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post #11 of 39 Old 09-30-2009, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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Well I had the massage therapist/chiropractor out yesterday, and she said that he is physically is in good condition---He had a spot on his shoulder (not related to saddle fit) of sore muscles, and a spot on his neck of something (it was not muscle, but it was a hard knot, and every time we pushed on it, he would yawn and relax and drop his head almost to the ground). So he is in perfect riding condition as far as his back is concerned.

No recent bad falls that I know of, the barn managers call when they find any kind of injury, and someone is always around to monitor the horses. As for when he was on the track....I have nothing in vet records or history of injury.
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post #12 of 39 Old 09-30-2009, 12:04 PM
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Aw right ok.

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oh right,so he,s not a ottt then, off-the track -thoroubred trotter, no
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No he was raced with a jockey
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oh right,so he,s not a ottt then, off-the track -thoroubred trotter, no
huh? what the heck is an off track TB trotter?
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its a sport

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its a sport
im asking what an off track TB trotter is. thats not a sport. TBs in racing do not trot
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but you do get thoruogh bred trotters
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there is a sport were the horses just trot. they're not allowed any faster

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there is a sport were the horses just trot. they're not allowed any faster
those are standardbreds
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