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    Re: [RC] [RC] B.C.A.A. Complex - FASTGraphic

    In a message dated 6/30/2002 7:25:16 AM Pacific Daylight Time, 
    bobmorris@xxxxxxxx writes:
    << The best you can do in this case is to not ride the
     horse. This will reduce the stress emensely and much easier
     than dosing with substances. >>
    So let me get this straight....you do or don't e-lyte your horse????  Us 
    newbies are trying to understand a vague and easily misinterpreted rule - and 
    you are making it seem that we are abusive or stupid.  I can assure you that 
    neither is the case.  Rational discussion of Rule 13 should be welcomed 
    rather than denigrated, don't you think?  While I agree with much of what you 
    have said, there IS conflicting application of this rule if it is as 
    black-and-white as you make it sound.  :o)  And yes, Rob has ridden a horse.  
    Many horses.  In many different disciplines.  And he is a superb farrier.  
    Have you ever shod a horse?
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