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        11-09-2008, 07:05 PM
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    MAQ - Most asked questions - please read before posting

    Here is a little something I put together for the questions that get asked a lot with helpful links to them. Hope this helps!

    Please feel free to add suggestions to this list!

    MAQ – a little summary of most asked questions

    Bits
    Conformation
    Health

    Instructional videos and directions
    Note: these sites are given to show different training styles. This list is by no means complete, but a starting point for the curious. If you wish to see someone added onto the list, please contact the moderator or administrator.

    Prices
    Note: Those sites are listed to give a rough idea about prices so you can establish a price range for the things you want to buy. It does NOT mean you have to buy there. You can look into various other sources, as local tack stores, etc. Those sites can give you an idea of the pricing though. Special note on boarding prices: Those are prices given by members. This is not comprehensive and can vary greatly by your area and expectations. Again, this is to give you a rough idea about pricing, maybe even in your area.
    Saddles

    And of course there is always the search option on the top of the site! You can use it to look for posts that match your question and maybe it is already there. Good luck to all of you with your learning process on horses!
         
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        11-10-2008, 08:06 PM
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    Weanling
    Also, if you see need for improvement, please just let me know what you would like to see. That way this thread can be improved and hopefully help others even better.

    Thank you!
         

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