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Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > teaching a horse to spin (12 replies - 11939 views)

So, is it correct to say then that both hind legs stay in the walk, trot or canter time signature while the inside hind steps ...   Thu Aug 5th, 2021 03:10 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Helping a Horse To Carry Itself Straight (4 replies - 2131 views)

Dr. Deb> You should see if Equus will allow you to compile your articles in a book form.. I presume there might be copyright formalities ...   Tue Jul 6th, 2021 02:37 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Helping a Horse To Carry Itself Straight (4 replies - 2131 views)

Just returned from auditing a Buck colt starting clinic. I'm not sure where this post should be put, but watching Buck and his helpers ride ...   Sun Jul 4th, 2021 02:17 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > scientific studies on inbreeding (8 replies - 2663 views)

Isabel: The other interesting thing about the 378 study was that it was surmised that the reason why so many genetic illnesses are showing up ...   Thu Apr 29th, 2021 10:28 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > scientific studies on inbreeding (8 replies - 2663 views)

ok, Is it really true that there is only one Y chromosome? And or, has enough genomic decoding been done so that scientists can really ...   Mon Feb 22nd, 2021 03:10 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > scientific studies on inbreeding (8 replies - 2663 views)

Yes Dr. Deb I have your Equus quarter horse series as it is a handy reference guide. Also I ran across a couple of PBS ...   Sun Feb 21st, 2021 04:07 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > scientific studies on inbreeding (8 replies - 2663 views)

Dear Dr. Deb.. I ran across a study of inbreeding in Germany of a closed herd of arabs. The study showed a ,' mean herd ...   Fri Feb 19th, 2021 03:35 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Horse Stumbling in Front (19 replies - 4582 views)

Dr. Deb: The line drawing of Lendon Gray looks like one of my old instructors who rode Lippizans.. So the dead giveaways are flicking and ...   Thu Jan 28th, 2021 03:10 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Horse Stumbling in Front (19 replies - 4582 views)

Deb: How does incorrect form in the extended trot cause the front end reciprocating system to break down? best Bruce Peek ...   Wed Jan 27th, 2021 03:28 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Mustang/Barb Questions (9 replies - 4802 views)

Deb: Your line drawings are clear enough and useful enough that imo you should market them as reference tools for people to use to evaluate ...   Mon Aug 17th, 2020 03:57 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Mustang/Barb Questions (9 replies - 4802 views)

I wasn't quoting you Deb. I was generally characterizing what you told us during discussions in your anatomy class when talk turned to Thoroughbreds and ...   Sat Aug 8th, 2020 12:58 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Mustang/Barb Questions (9 replies - 4802 views)

Dr. Deb Is it ok put in another post? I ran across a report called the Paulick report which followed up on your mentor ...   Thu Aug 6th, 2020 07:31 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Mustang/Barb Questions (9 replies - 4802 views)

Mustang Lover You mentioned you worked at an arab farm that had Crabbet horses that were stockier than some of the lines of arabs ...   Thu Aug 6th, 2020 06:59 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Mustang/Barb Questions (9 replies - 4802 views)

mustanglover: Turkoman Capsian and akhel tekes genetic markers showed up because they all descend from the anscestral hotblood. You are correct about arabs being ...   Tue Aug 4th, 2020 06:59 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > The History of Horsemanship in America (4 replies - 4228 views)

Mtn Hrs: Horsemanship in early colonial times varied a great deal indeed depending upon whom you were talking about. If your subject is the frontier ...   Fri May 22nd, 2020 02:47 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Stayer lines of Thoroughbreds (28 replies - 13770 views)

Dear Dr. Deb. Yeah I know about the knock wood business..- was just angling for some comic relief.. We've been wearing masks for a couple ...   Fri Apr 10th, 2020 03:09 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Stayer lines of Thoroughbreds (28 replies - 13770 views)

Dear Dr. Deb Just got the quarterly Equus.. Fine article on the King Ranch horses. Was especially impressed by the Thoroughbred out-cross stallion ...   Fri Apr 10th, 2020 05:48 am

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Lessons from Woody (8 replies - 3832 views)

The reason I ask Deb is that I've gotten so tired of always reading in fairly reputable magazines- Dressage today- Practical Horseman etc. that the ...   Wed Nov 20th, 2019 04:17 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Lessons from Woody (8 replies - 3832 views)

Dear Deb: Straight meaning ,'dressed"? Reading the Duke of Newcastle book from Eclectic horseman he's always talking about dressing horses. Since a lot of the ...   Sat Nov 16th, 2019 03:03 pm

Questions and discussions for the ESI Q and A Forum > Draping Reins? (63 replies - 53911 views)

Dear Dr. Deb: many thanks for the clarity.. I'll give it a whirl this morning. best Bruce Peek ...   Mon Oct 21st, 2019 02:53 pm


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