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        10-04-2007, 07:51 PM
    That's fabulous news!! I'm glad that I could help and you'll find that the traditionalist will bite their tongues pretty quickly when they see the results of the honey. I absolutley swear by it!

    If you ever feel like having a look at a fabulous website on natural remedies try the Victoria Ferguson website, she is fantastic and has helped me heaps with all of my horses.

    The Yellow Lotion is the actual name of the proud flesh remover, it's a very common remedy in Oz with loads of people useing it.

    Hope all continues to go well.
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        10-05-2007, 07:25 AM
    Is there any up date on your horse's injury?
        10-10-2007, 02:41 PM
    Hey everyone...sorry I haven’t been on. The internet has been down & for the past week, I’ve been living between 2 houses trying to get moved. Got a place that has more room for the horses. Pebbles is doing great. Her injury isn’t healed 100% but its enough that I can do light riding with her. She’s real happy to be out of her stall. I love that honey lol.

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