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  1. Poll: It has been fun to watch--challenging and varied....

    It has been fun to watch--challenging and varied. The oxer-to-oxer combination, in particular, but the liverpool, too. I guess I didn't take into account enough how small the arena is. Again,...
  2. Poll: Well that sure does explain a lot. I'm glad I...

    Well that sure does explain a lot. I'm glad I posted this. The thread has really answered a lot of the things I was wondering about.
  3. Poll: I really appreciate that kind of analysis, showy....

    I really appreciate that kind of analysis, showy. And your observation about "the big German man"--I see a lot of "him" when I watch the Longines and World Cup classes, for sure.
  4. Poll: Ah! Thanks. That was really helpful information!

    Ah! Thanks. That was really helpful information!
  5. Poll: OK, 2015 Garden State TB Jumper Classic (3'3")...

    OK, 2015 Garden State TB Jumper Classic (3'3"): a mix of the upright and the half seat, outdoors and 2015 Garden State $1000 AO/Jr Jumper High only slightly (but still some, it seems) less...
  6. Poll: I really was leaning toward the same conclusion....

    I really was leaning toward the same conclusion. I mean, really, if I were riding that division, I bet I would be more comfortable approach those jumps from that position, especially on horses...
  7. Poll: Jr./AO Jumpers - Rider Positions. Is this the thing now?

    I have never watched this division on video and haven't watched live in ages either, but because I downloaded the WCHR and other championship classes from the 2013 Capital Challenge, I downloaded...
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    But I wonder, Goodmorning, if maybe eventing IS...

    But I wonder, Goodmorning, if maybe eventing IS the exception. Not even in the horse world is there a competition like eventing--and all those technological advances you mentioned still don't do much...
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    The potential of loss scares me, too, but I have...

    The potential of loss scares me, too, but I have to admit that the first impression I got of this issue today was when I read the list of deaths in the initial post. I didn't do a statistical...
  10. Impressions of trainer Jessica Behrens?

    I have been unable to find any information about her online (maybe I am misspelling something?), which is why I would appreciate whatever impressions people may have.
  11. Oh! I had the impression that she is an h/j...

    Oh! I had the impression that she is an h/j person. OK, thanks! I'll check over there.
  12. I am thinking that Oklahoma is the cheapest producer of quality hay. Am I right?

    Watching my hay bill each month, sometimes I get to wondering about where one could live where hay wasn't so expensive. I grew up on $1.25/bale timothy (I know, hard to believe, but true--in upstate...
  13. Maybe. I adore him (Ted half bro, sired by sire...

    Maybe. I adore him (Ted half bro, sired by sire of Miner's Frolic), but at age 7 and still no regular rider, it's a bit depressing. Someone interested in developing him has identified Behrens as...
  14. I fell in love with my Cash when he passed this...

    I fell in love with my Cash when he passed this test--and he has hyperacusis (sensitivity to sounds) and is also hypersensitive to touch. As he has aged, he has learned to hold back on what his...
  15. Impressions of trainer Jessica Behrens?

    I have been unable to find any information about her online (maybe I am misspelling something?), which is why I would appreciate whatever impressions people may have. I am not even sure what...
  16. BTW, I don't have a rider to try him off the lead...

    BTW, I don't have a rider to try him off the lead line, but have one coming next weekend. Also, I did a quick check and see that most people associate cushings with a long, wavy coat. His is not at...
  17. Hello, everyone. Sorry to take so long to reply....

    Hello, everyone. Sorry to take so long to reply. He is thought to be in his early twenties--and is very spry. Shows no sign of his age. Yesterday, he was led around with scared beginners on his back....
  18. Aged POA gelding in SC: loan or freebie. Sound, sane, sensible, safe.

    Posting for a friend. "Patches" is in my barn right now. He's a leopard POA in his twenties. Just an all-round good guy who could babysit humans or horses.
  19. I had one and now, in his half brother, have...

    I had one and now, in his half brother, have exactly the opposite. Teddy liked "his" people, but was indifferent about others. Cash loves ALL people--in his quiet way--but gets either mean (toward...
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    Fascinating discussion. I would only add that...

    Fascinating discussion. I would only add that carriage horses, the fancy ones back in the day, had decidedly uphill conformation and movement (think Hackneys).
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    Those were all peer-reviewed, btw. Well, I am...

    Those were all peer-reviewed, btw.

    Well, I am quite, quite struck by how, after all these years, there IS still no definitive conclusion! I don't get it. It's just not like this is a complicated...
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    Comparison of the effects of enteral psyllium,...

    Comparison of the effects of enteral psyllium, magnesium sulphate and their combination for removal of sand from the large colon of horses

    Kati Niinistöa, , ,
    Michael Hewetsona,
    Ritva...
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    Fecal Sand Clearance Is Enhanced with a Product...

    Fecal Sand Clearance Is Enhanced with a Product Combining Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Psyllium in Clinically Normal Horses


    Allen D. Landes, DVMa, ,
    Diana M. Hassel, DVM, PhDb,
    Janel D....
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    Evacuation of sand from the equine intestine with...

    Evacuation of sand from the equine intestine with mineral oil, with and without psyllium.

    Hotwagner, K; Iben, C; National Library of Medicine.Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition
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    You are so right! A lot of my guys got overweight...

    You are so right! A lot of my guys got overweight on the 400, so most are now on hay and a maintenance feed. I still have two weanlings on it (half n half with their baby food) and one is STILL too...
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