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TTC Since July 2011 34 years old Unexplained IF3 failed IUI's, 6/2013 - IUI #4 150mg clomid, BFP, 7 weeks heartbeat, M/C at 9 weeks
IUI#5 (Oct) & 6 (Nov) 150mg clomid -BFN
Last IUI on 12/7 and that's the end of the road...onto adoption if that is what is meant to be for us.
mamathefox:My DH really wants to make an investment in race horses... We know nothing about horses other then how to bet on them LOL I'm thinking he will have to do some research first (and this project might be all talk).
So i know a fair bit about racehorses because i was in that business for years and, if you want to make money or even keep your money, i would NOT invest in a racehorse. That is an absolutely losing proposition. Most people who invest in horses have either a) the capital to waste/lose or b) so in love with the industry that they're willing to make educated gambles. But horses are always, always, ALWAYS a gamble - even if you have the next derby winner, you are one colic, one soft tissue injury or one shipping pneumonia away from a disaster.
Absolutely your money to do what you want with but i have yet to see a person grow rich from investing in horses.
JayNina- I noticed you pic a while ago and meant to say something to you!
I'm a dressage/eventer. Doing the same as I did last pregnancy and riding through the first tri. I'm not jumping anymore, avoid unfamiliar horses and don't push my horses as hard (so they can't reach their frustration point.) But, I'm actually doing a show in a week.
After first tri. I stop riding, but still work my horses from the ground. I think it's interesting though- last pregnancy my none horse friends judged me for still riding and my horse friend judged me for stopping. (I know a few who rode into their third tri.) You've got to do what you're comfortable with.