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[RC] ginger for horses? - Rusty - Kitley, Carrie E Civ USAF AFSPC 30 MDSS/SGSLF

Geez, that falls right in line with the weighted shoes on the Park
Horses.  Phoney baloney and just plain cruel in my opinion.  

OK, so I went to the opening day of the Scottsdale Arabian show today.
It was late in the day and most of the activity was over but the
shopping, I proceeded to the Schinders tent to do some exploring.
Standing in the row of rub, lotions and lineament I saw a small jar and
the cover said "Ginger rub". Knowing ginger is an amazing natural
product I was curious to the use for it on horses, I picked it up and
read - Use for tail carriage - apply to rectum ten minutes before show
time! OMG! 

I will never understand this world of horse showing and the poor
unsuspecting horse with ginger on his a*^! I can't even get a crupper
under my guys tail, lol!

Carrie Kitley
30th Medical Group, Vandenberg AFB
DMLSS Database Sustainment Specialist (DSS)
CACI International Inc, www.caci.com
DSN:  276-1077
Fax: 805-606-1179

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