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Msg 62 of 79 to GuestGuest 
In reply toRe: msg 61
marygran

From: marygran

5/7/08

Can you please just stop perpetuating this nonsense?

Mary in MD

Guest

From: Guest

5/7/08

That person joined today and has made a total of one (1) post...not to mention the screen name.

Can anyone say "troll"?

Jackie

Msg 64 of 79 to GuestGuest 
In reply toRe: msg 63
marygran

From: marygran

5/7/08

You're right and I'm really surprised he/she had the nerve to use that screen name.  Awful.

Mary in MD

 

Guest

From: Guest

5/7/08

bute bute bute is the answer, checkout may3 2008 drf race 10 horse #5

eight belles L    B

WHAT DO YOU THINK THAT B'S FOR?

Msg 66 of 79 to GuestGuest 
In reply toRe: msg 65
Guest

From: Guest

5/7/08

And yet another one...

 

Msg 67 of 79 to GuestGuest 
In reply toRe: msg 66
marygran

From: marygran

5/7/08

I wish they would just go away....back under their rock.

Mary in MD

In reply toRe: msg 64
tstockam

From: tstockam

5/7/08

I just learned that my "ignore" button can come in handy with these " post from under the bridge" ...kinda like my "mute" button on my remote...lol.

 

Msg 69 of 79 to GuestGuest 
In reply toRe: msg 65
prudery

From: prudery

5/7/08

Hey, troll---it is a small b---which means bandages ... She wore them on the back ...
Guest

From: Guest

5/7/08

please, I'm a animal lover that loves horse racing I came across this site

the L is for lasix & the B is for bute in the daily racing form

Msg 71 of 79 to GuestGuest 
In reply toRe: msg 70
prudery

From: prudery

5/7/08

A capital B is used to indicate butazolidin ... The L is certainly for Lasix, but the b I saw in the chart was a small b under equipment worn ...

You are correct---if both Lasix and Bute were used it woud read LB ... What I saw was Lb----Lasix and BANDAGES ...

If you post the chart, and I am wrong I stand corrected, but I believe the small b was used, which does mean bandages ...

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