Type: Posts; User: *JumpIt*
Yes, laurel park, long day. I'll try them, thank you!
I have one I've been looking for, raced at Laurel Springs in 2004 with no luck finding her (only) win pic from race 2 on 3/26/2004. I would pay a decent amount of $$ to get a hold of that picture.
Looking to get some opinions on my mare for breeding, she is no longer riding sound due to pasture accident (never had any other soundness issues). She has a lovely personality, nice...
May not be it but my mare broke her splint had a swollen hind leg from hock to fetlock and never was lame. Ended up being a broken splint. We let it heal on it's own and it has been fine ever since.
It depends really on the individual situation.
Just being nosey but what is her breeding? She is very cute reminds me a lot of my petite TB mare.
It's funny you say that, when I show I put my collar on extra tight so that if I lean my head forward it is very uncomfortable and helps me keep my head back.
Hmm, I really don't think it is as...
I am having problems with head, it creeps out in front of my body, I'm a little hunchy but mostly it's just my head. I've been told I ride like a "male hunter trainer" if that gives you...
Another suggestion is to ride w/ a slightly longer stirrup than you use normally, as long as it isn't dressage length and you can still have an effective leg it helps make you look taller. I am 5'1...
Any way to make it not "shaky"? :)
This is really not a good way to think about IHSA, I find these comments to be very offensive. It is both a riding and social commitment. Our team spends a lot of time with tryouts and picking new...
Ha I didn't even notice that. :P
While ya'll are spell checking and all, can "equitate" be used as a verb?
Good idea but I'm using the T in breath for another part of the shirt. ;)
Ok Coth, I need your help.
I need a horsey saying or word that is less than 14 letters and one of the last two letters must be an "e". It's for a t-shirt design and other sayings that will be on...
Wouldn't touh it with a 10 foot pole, cringed everytime I looked at the title.
This is an isolated incident and probably more common with youth of ALL disciplines, it is inappropriate to stereotype.
That is really helpful horse poor and thank you to the other comments. Looking at those pictures I will definitely be going the nathe route, as far as the D ring thing mare shows in a happy mouth...
So I want get one of these but I don't know whicht to get. I don't know anyone who has one I could try. Has any one tried both? Is one Thinner? How about squishier or more flexible?
Funny this thread popped up again I just ordered the Tredsteps yesterday. I saw that the review claim that they are on the short side but that work ok for me since I am a petite rider anyways, I am...
haha I would smack this kid.
I saw this and it made me think of this thread. ^.^