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        04-02-2013, 09:31 PM
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    Everything you're doing sounds right to me! Sounds like it'll just take time. Maybe someone else will have more guidance than me, but sounds like you're doing everything I would!
    I haven't heard of your feed, but I looked it up and can't find much wrong with it - but I'll leave that to the nutrition experts.

    I think you have all the right ideas and just need to implement them and keep up the work. It just takes work and maintenance. :)
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        04-02-2013, 09:39 PM
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    Thanks Punk, it is a lot of work, but I'll keep plugging away and asking for help and advice and learning every day, I think all horse owners work very hard but it is rewarding.

    By the way, the horse in your picture is fantastic!
         

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