Questions and Answers:
In reading these questions and answers, please bear in mind that no two horses, riders, trainers, etc. are the same. The application of these tips and suggestions is a highly individual matter, and you are ultimately responsible for your own actions with your horse!
A note about the Questions and Answers section: I love getting all the interesting questions that folks send me -- unfortunately, however, there's only one of me, and my time is very limited these days -- especially since a mini-stroke left me limited to only typing with my left hand. (I'm right handed!)
As a result, I have to be a bit picky about which e-mails I answer. Some of the questions I get are similar to ones already in the Q&A section, so I often have to let those slide. Others are out of my range of expertise, and sit on a back burner until that hoped-for future day when I have a chance to look deeper into the subject. When I actually have the time to reply to a question, I'll respond directly to the individual by e-mail -- it may be months before I have the time to build a Q&A web page for it. Even then, my reply sometimes doesn't get through if the person sending the question hasn't told their spam filter to accept messages from my address or if my reply (which often will include some photo attachments) is too large for their in-box.
I feel really bad about the Q&A situation, but there's just not a lot I can do about it single-handed. I say this by way of apology to the dear folks who have waited in vain for a reply, and also as a way to say "Thanks!" to those same folks for going to the effort to make contact with me. I really do appreciate all of your notes -- even the ones I can't get to!
The good news is that I do get an occasional chance to add to the Q&A section, and it now contains 321 items on a wide range of topics! I hope that, somewhere in there, all of you patient friends will find an answer to your most crucial questions! God bless!
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