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4487) Therese Kline # 2049 
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Also from MHC:

Movie Casting Call
Who: Steven Spielberg 's upcoming movie filming in the Detroit area "Real Steel" starring Hugh Jackman .

They are currently casting for Extras and are in need of individuals with Horses and Trailers

The Horse and trailer need to be available in the Production on June 14,15,16,17, and 18

Michigan , the specifics as to where and compensation are to be announced.

Please send three pictures:
1. your horse 2. your trailer 3. yourself

Please include a brief description of your riding level and skill i.e. western or english. The number of horses you will have available and their breeds.

Send to:
Nicholas Ritz
(248) 821-3701
Eagle Eye Scouting Productions

Carrie Tuesday, June 1, 2010 07:52 PM
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Don't bother:

"Thanks for responding to the Casting Call. At this time the Production has the necessary submissions."
4486) Therese Kline 2049 
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From the State Vet via MHC:

Attention Show Committees, Everyone Bringing Horses in from Other States:
Michigan Import Regulations, including Equine Piroplasmosis and Vesicular Stomatitis:
Equine (Horses) Import Requirements - Revised May 18, 2010

1 All equidae (horses, donkeys, ponies, zebras) must test negative to an official test for equine infectious anemia (EIA) within the current calendar year, except equidae that are both nursing and are six months of age or younger. A "Calendar Year" means the current 13-month period commencing with December 1 and ending December 31 of the following year (Public Act 466 of 1988, as amended, the Animal Industry Act).
2 Test results, date, name of laboratory, and accession number of the test must be onthe health certificate.
3 All equidae must have a current official interstate health certificate or official certificate of veterinary inspection. Health certificate is valid for 30 days.
4 Equidae coming from any state in which there has been a diagnosed case of vesicular stomatitis in the past 12 months - the interstate health certificate or certificate of veterinary inspection must include the following statement: "I have examined the animal(s) listed on this certificate and have found no clinical signs of vesicular stomatitis. To the best of my knowledge, these animals have not been exposed to vesicular stomatitis within the previous 30 days, nor have they been vaccinated with a vesicular stomatitis vaccine."
5 Equidae coming from, or originating from, any state in which there has been a diagnosed case of piroplasmosis in the past 12 months shall meet the following:
a. Have tested negative by c-ELISA or IFA to piroplasmosis within the past twelve months prior to importation. Horses that tested negative for equine piroplasmosis via CF are allowed entry provided the test was done within the past twelve months prior to importation and the test was performed on or before May 18, 2010.
b. Be accompanied by an interstate health certificate or certificate of veterinary inspection that includes the following statement: "I have examined the animal(s) listed on this certificate. At the time of the examination, the animal(s) listed on this certificate is/are not under quarantine for piroplasmosis, not displaying signs of piroplasmosis, and either did not have evidence of live ticks or was/were successfully treated for ticks if ticks were present."
c. Equine with ticks or evidence of tick infestation shall be treated with a topical pyrethroid or pesticide product registered with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the treatment of ticks in equine.
d. Horses from premises currently under quarantine for piroplasmosis shall not be imported into Michigan.
4485) T. Bolman 5823 
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Looking for an opinion on automatic waterers. We are going to invest in some and would like to know what everyone likes the best and holds up to the elements.


TK 2049 Tuesday, June 1, 2010 01:49 PM
I used to board at a place that had Richies automatic waterers and they never froze, were a breeze to take care of and just made sense in the sturdiness and hardware.

I swore if I ever got to that point in $$ and barns I'd get a Richie.

Kim #4306 Tuesday, June 1, 2010 05:16 PM
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Don't buy the Auto waters that TSC sells (I think Bowman or Boulder???), we have some and have a lot of trouble with them. Friends of mine have Ritchie waters and say they are good too.

Barb Orefice #4708 Tuesday, June 1, 2010 07:41 PM
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I have a Bar-Bar-A waterer and love it! [www.horsedrinker.com]

Marydale Casey # 5576 Wednesday, June 2, 2010 03:57 AM
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When we set up shop here I went to a large farm down the road and asked them which they like the best- as they had a few different models. The Nelson won- so we put that one in - seems to hold up and not get messy, crack, and parts are available if needed -although that has not been necessary. I love having automatic water -- I feel like a 'big girl' now.

Bob Diroff #0082 Wednesday, June 2, 2010 04:36 AM
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We have used Nelson horse water for many years. Very litle trouble.

barbie 3841 Wednesday, June 2, 2010 07:01 AM
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Worked for many years at Starwin Farms. Nelson wateres were the best. Ran approx.100 horses outside with them. Have floating covers for winter if not in use. Repaired one after 22 years.

Rhonda #4463 Thursday, June 3, 2010 08:50 AM
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I have four Drinking Posts from DPwaterer.com. I love them...very low maintenance!
4484) T. Bolman 5823 
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(4484) 14.3 hand registered TWH mare. Absolutely stunning to look at and gaits like a dream. This mare can cover ground and has an awesome pedigree if you have an interest in breeding. Forward moving mare that you can just get on and go. Loads, clips, bathes and camps. Good for trails or show; not a beginners horse because she likes to move out on the trail. Must see to truly appreciate. 1800.00 OBO
email (smittyd@wmol.com) 616-836-0880
4483) Chuck Fanslow #5404 
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Did your horse use to Gait and now it dont? We have a clinic to help.
Tweak That Gait!!!
Coming July 10th 2010 at Levi Beechy's in West Branch. Sponsored by the MFTA Michigan Fox Trotter Association
Only 8 spots so reserve ASAP. Information on website upcoming events.[www.michfoxtrotters.com] Levi trains many gaited horses and can help the rider and horse get back to gaiting how they should.
4482) Rachelle Keller #3168 
Plainwell, MI
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(4482) 12 yr old rocky gelding.15.1 h UTD on everything. No vices. Excellent ground manners. Excellent trail horse almost bombproof. Not for beginners because he likes to move out fast. Healthy and sound Must sell asap reduced price for quick sale make me an offer!!! asking $1500.00 call 269 998-2129 for more info
4481) Sue #4446 
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Has anyone ridden at Silver Creek in Hamilton and the new camps, Ely Lake and Pine Point in Allegan?
Would appreciate any information you can give me. Thank you!

Bleve Monday, May 31, 2010 04:45 PM
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That's a link to a short trip report I did on some of the trails out of Silver Creek. Didn't get down to the two new camps so I can't help if you were specifically looking for info on those two camps and trails.

Gretchen 4911 Tuesday, June 1, 2010 05:58 AM
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We made reservations at Pine Point for Memorial weekend. We stayed one night and broke camp and went to Hungerford and had a great time. They have opened up additional trails. The lots at Pine Point are tight. There were a lot of non horse people there including their kids bike racing up and down the trails and in camp eek! . We chose to not ride.....We won't be going back.

Sue Tuesday, June 1, 2010 07:37 AM
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Thank you, Bleve and Grethchen for your help with info. It is good to know about Pine Point. We had planned on going there. How many trails are at Hungerford, what is the terrain and how is the campground?
Thank you!

T. Bolman 5823 Tuesday, June 1, 2010 09:54 AM
big grin Silver Creek has miles of trails and nice big sites. Many to chose from and it is also all horse campers. The trails are marked and there are maps. It is a beautiful camp! We love it. If you need any more information regarding Silver Creek; let me know. We are 15 minutes from it.

Sue Tuesday, June 1, 2010 10:52 AM
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Hi T,

Thank you for responding to my question.
How are the trails at Silver Creek. We love challenging trails, are they two track or single. I was told there are 30 miles of trails. Is this true??
Thank you again.

Sue~ smile

TK 2049 Tuesday, June 1, 2010 01:51 PM
We were at Silver Creek 2008 Memorial Day and had a great time! Tracy showed us around, gave us a GREAT tip on the perfect camp site, and was a huge help.

We enjoyed Silver Creek - and that was before the new trails went in!! Now there are more to explore!

sherry clark 507 Tuesday, June 1, 2010 10:51 PM
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<strong> big grin </strong>would like to know if they have 2 tracks as we have a small cart and like to camp and trail ride--thank you!!!!!

Gretchen 4911 Wednesday, June 2, 2010 04:51 AM
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Why are non horse people allowed to camp in designated horse areas when they have their own non horse designated areas? confused I truely do not believe they mean any harm but a lot of them do not understand......

T. Bolman 5823 Wednesday, June 2, 2010 10:07 AM
There are plenty of 2 tracks and single wide trails. You can access them both. Although some of the two tracks are sometimes used by mud runners and can be wet. But you can also take the dirt roads surrounding the park. Not all of the 2 tracks are used by mud runners but I want you to be aware as it can be wet. Ofcourse there are miles of single foot trails through the woods.
4480) gwen 3521 
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I have two pairs of trail stirrups: 1 pair of aussie canted aluminum western/or english topbar, padded footbed, brand new. I got them at the expo at the ASSC. booth, 45.00., the other is a custom made pair from CIW stablegear, also canted with a 3" topbar and a very thick padded footbed. really nice pair of stirrups, org. 85.00 will let them go for 65.00. Also have a saddle pad with the shims made by either ortho-flex or timberline. 80.00, made for a round skirt saddle. can email for pics etc.

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oops, 2nd pair of stirrups is OFFSET not canted. sorry for that!
4479) Joni Campbell 
Interlochen, Michigan
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I would love to get my hands on another Eli Miller saddle 16 inch, if anyone is aware of one for sale out there.

I also want opinions on the Best endurance type saddle pad to buy for these Shore to Shore rides. I am afraid to spend a lot and find out I am Not Happy with the results. Is the memory foam pads any good?

Therese Kline 2049 Monday, May 31, 2010 02:38 PM
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Everyone had different pads.

Some swear by the Dixie Midnight liner + a pad. This works well on my hubby's TWH.

Mine does best with wool 5 Star pads - a DRY one for each days ride.

If what you are using is working for your 20 - 30 mile rides don't change it - just bring a few of those so you have dry ones each day (in case of rain you want spares!)

Good luck!

SAK Tuesday, June 1, 2010 05:23 AM
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you don't need an "endurance pad" to ride and complete the Ride. What ever your horse is use to using on a long ride without becoming sore or rubbed will be adequate. Getting his back and your "butt" use to the long trail hours are actually more important than a fancy pad. Each horse and rider will have different combinations that work for them. We have 3 different animals and they all use a different pad--from an English quilted pad, to a cheapo New Breed waffle pad, to an expensive expensive SMx air pad.
As to an opinion about pads, I personally don't like wool pad as they do hold moisture and are slow to dry, thus you need to have several of them. I have read reports that the memory foam pads DO conform to the shape of the saddle and therefore DO NOT relieve pressure as it compresses down against the hores' back at the pressue points. I prefer something that allows the sweat and moisture to escape, but it still comes down to affordability, practicality and what works for you and your mount. Nothing replaces riding miles and saddle hours before the trip to try and eliminate as many potential saddle or pad fit issues before you start. Good luck and hope to see you on the trail!

Joni Campbell 5771 Friday, June 4, 2010 01:05 PM
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Thanks you guys. I am putting the miles on but I do have one horse that is definitely hard to fit. I have done tricks to make it thru the ride if a hot spot appears. I was just wanting to pick some experienced brains. This will be my fourth trip. I am going on the 2nd June ride. See ya there.

TK 2049 Saturday, June 5, 2010 01:12 PM
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An old timer used to bring material that looked like egg cartons - the egg holding side - and would cut it up when needed. You may want to bring that - I think it's something that medical types use for human bedsores.

Also, old timers bring a pad they can cut up with them.

I know one of those got used for a horse that had a hornet/wasp sting near it's withers one year. They cut out the pad where the sting was and used boric acid to draw out the swelling (IIRC).

Of course, the best decision is to do what is best for the horse. wink

SAK Sunday, June 6, 2010 04:40 PM
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4th trip, eh? Congrats! You already sound experienced! Did you get all the trophies? Perhaps it's not a pad problem, rather a saddle fitting problem. Take it easy on the trails, it's not a race to the finish, but to finish that is the accomplishment.
4478) Debbie 
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How to load pictures? When I try it says that picture is too large and I am not sure how to fix this problem..

Nancy 2083 Sunday, May 30, 2010 08:34 AM
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I have a dial-up ISP and need to use small pictures. I also have a MAC computer. I use the installed I-photo program when I load my pictures to the desktop. I-photo lets you change the size and quality of your pictures to a smaller version. I do it so that it doesn't take an hour to load it to the MTRA website. Here are the steps I use, but what ever photo program you use will have something similar to this.
1. hi-lite the picture I want to use.
2. Go to File, then under file, Export, click on that and you will be asked what kind, pick JPEG.
3. JPEG Quality goes from low to maximum, I pick medium
4. Size, this is the important one. I pick medium. This goes pretty fast on my slow dial-up ISP.
5. Click on export and it will ask you where you want it to go. I pick the Desktop. I then have the picture on my desktop and when I want to put it on this site I just hit browse and pick this picture. Hit enter while placing your ad and it loads to the MTRA site.
I hope this makes sense. If you have a PC then I'm sure the steps are similar. Maybe someone who uses a PC can also answer this.
I must say that when others post pictures to this site I really appreciated it when they use a smaller quality and size so that I can download them faster on my slow dial-up computer.
Hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday weekend. I sure am. Happy Trails

SAK Thursday, June 3, 2010 04:58 AM
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What you'll need to remember is to reduce the pixel size of your photo. A full sized digital pic can be 5MB in size--a good half hour download on a dial-up ISP. A large photo is about 1,280 x960 pixels--still about 1MB in size (pixel is a light-dot on your TV or monitor screen) A med. sized photo (as Nancy mentions) is 640x80 pixels (about the size of most monitor screens). Still a little large for our purposes here, but WAY better than several MB's!

PS--Nancy--Love my MAC!!
4477) KellyB 
Leslie, MI
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(4477) My friend referred me to this site - I have a great trail or endurance horse for sale!

JJ is a Ghalii descendant - these horses are known for their athleticism! He has primarily been trail ridden. He began endurance conditioning a couple summers ago, but his rider did not end up competing. He also just recently had 30 days training at Massman Stables. This gelding would be PERFECT for a serious trail or endurance rider. He has energy to spare, & he has personality plus. I would recommend a confident intermediate to advanced rider for him. He has a long trot to die for, and power walks on the trails. JJ is good in the arena, but really enjoys the trails more. We took him to Pinckney & Lakelands Trail several times a couple years back. He was trail ridden a good portion of last summer. He has been ridden on the road, and he did fine. He has great ground manners, ties well, and trailers like a dream. He's an extremely easy keeper, but doesn't get super fat on pasture. He does not require grain in the winter. He does fine in a stall, but is happiest with 24/7 turnout. Has had coggins pulled for 2010, is utd on feet, worming, and teeth were just done by Dr. Lisa Carter in April 2010. He has no bad habits. He's pastured with mares, and has never acted "studdy" with them. Just tries to get them to play! (Just a footnote - this horse has AWESOME feet!) GOOD HOME ONLY! I will check vet/farrier references. Price is somewhat negotiable. Thanks for looking!

KellyB Saturday, May 29, 2010 09:33 AM
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Forgot to mention - he\'s a an arabian & is registered w/the AHA.

KellyB Saturday, May 29, 2010 11:49 AM
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Oops - he's a gelding. Please contact me via email. Thanks!

KellyB Saturday, May 29, 2010 10:19 PM
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Oh my goodness! I left too many details off my original post! He is priced at $1200.

Colleen (2308) Monday, May 31, 2010 08:19 AM
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How old?

KellyB Monday, May 31, 2010 08:40 PM
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10 years. 14.2 hh.
4476) Cindi 
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Saddles for sale:

16" Big Horn saddle..$250.00 obo It features a soft suede-covered front, seat, and jockeys. Its built on a Ralide 13 barrel-front tree with Quarter horse bars and contains 7/8 position stainless steel rigging.
Includes Tuffy Girth- Sheepskin cover- Endurance stirrups
More info here:

This is an awesome saddle..$500.oo
Very Balanced Ride...Lite weight
Includes Saddle (15) although it is comfortable for 16
Marciante saddle pad.....
matching breast
and possibly sheepskin pad!

For more info on this saddle check out this link...
4475) Ginny #6376 
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06 F250 SD FX4 5.3 gas automatic, 3.73 long bed,rear slider, air, tilt,cruise, cd, bed liner,chrome wheels,step and grill,shift on the fly,B&W turnover ball gooseneck hitch, 48,000 miles, $17,500 obo. Moving up to a 1 ton. 517-262-4271

Gin 6376 Thursday, May 27, 2010 05:06 PM
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the pic didnt post, you can see it on Jackson Craigslist
4474) Lynn&Dave(chuck wagon)6399 
hope michigan
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Hello All
Just a note to say Dave and I loved cooking for everyone on the blossom ride, we can't wait for June. Just wanted to let everyone know we will be on the trail everyday for both june rides. We will make supper for everyone interested on the 4th, great way to meet and greet everyone. We park beside the trail boss, so it is convenient for everyone to come chow down, and step next door for meeting. Our menu for that night is Dave's soon to be famous BBQ chicken breast with his already famous baked beans,potato salad for anyone not wanting the after effects of the beans. embarrassment the price is $6.50 Supper will be served at 5:30-7:00. Maybe during the day of and before everyone can stop by and say hello, and give me a yes or no for supper so I can get a head count.
First day lunch on trail is a koegel dog, or sloppy jo, or a sloppy dog, for between 2.50 and 4.00. Pops and water or orange juice is a 1.00.
Again thanks to everyone for the support on the blossom ride we enjoyed ourselves and getting to know everyone.
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Big thanks to the superb farrier who came out to Luzerne camp for me on the Blossom Ride. Brent Wickham lives in the Fairview area and does excellent work at a reasonable price. Thanks, Brent!!!

Tracy #1674 Thursday, May 27, 2010 07:47 AM
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How was the mushroom picking on the the ride?

Wendy Kops #2630 Friday, May 28, 2010 09:22 AM
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A couple of years ago I was in a real bind on a ride b/c there was not a farrier on that particular ride. I was almost ready to give up and go home, but Brent came to my rescue! I still have his card in my trailer and will call him again if I need him. He was awesome. And he took time out of his evening to come rescue me!
4472) Chris #2252 
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Just a reminder that our fantastic cooks, Dave & Lynn, will be attending both June Rides. They have the best BBQ chicken and ribs ever!!!! Be sure to plan accordingly.
4471) Jane M #1824 
Centeral Michigan
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Looking for trust worthy Gaited trail horse
Will have a forever home to the right horse .
Just lost mine of 25 years . Can't pay much ,but will have the best of care . Must be least 15.2 +hands. And least 6 years old Thanks

Jane #1824 Wednesday, May 26, 2010 08:23 PM
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opps! e-mail address litacres@eztechinternet.com

Jane #1824 Tuesday, June 1, 2010 02:06 PM
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WE are still looking for a Gaited trail horse . I for got to mention it must be a Gelding

Bob Diroff #0082 Wednesday, June 2, 2010 04:56 AM
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Call Richard Flannery, home-231-331-4819, cell 231-564-2585
4470) Nancy 2083 
Holland, MI area
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(4470) Walk through door in third stall of previous Shadow Horse Trailer. Call phone # 269 751-8363 or cell # 616 890-0631 for more info or to ask for more pictures. We paid over $21,000 for this trailer. It is really well built and will last you for many years without rusting.
I hope everyone has a safe and happy Memorial Day Weekend of riding.
Happy Trails to all. Nancy.
4469) Nancy 2083 
Holland, MI area
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(4469) Back of Shadow trailer from previous posts
4468) Nancy 2083 
Holland, MI area
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(4468) Awning side of THE Shadow HORSE Trailer in the previous post. I'll try to also put a picture of the back of the trailer on here next.
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