Type: Posts; User: MHM
If you find such a rule, I'd be interested to see it.
Very cute! If he jumps eight jumps like that and does everything else right in the show ring, he should do just fine. :)
What size is he?
Wow, really? I've never seen that done.
I would almost think there might have been an initial mix-up with the numbers or something along those lines.
Cute. Let's see a jumping picture! :)
Regardless, how would anyone come up with a rule that would only apply to imported horses with passports? How would that be worded and enforced?
What about horses who don't cross the pond?
Does every horse born in this country have to get a passport before it can be recorded with the USEF?
I'm afraid to even go back and glance at it, since I don't want to slog through the whole thing again. I wasted enough hours on it in real time when it happened! :lol:
Those two statements are not quite the same, are they?
People can post whatever they like, as long as they follow the BB rules. Nobody is forced to read or reply to anything.
Really? That's news to me.
Lots of people don't read every forum.
I want to say there are more wild card slots this year than in the past, though I don't know that for a fact.
I think "repeatable" is the key.
I know a few years back the USEF sent out letters trying to drum up more people to become stewards, and maybe a better measurement system would help with that. I...
I don't know if that's the case, but I've always thought kids should be limited to doing this particular clinic once, or twice at the most.
It's such a unique learning opportunity that it would...
So will the new stick look similar to the old one, but with lasers going down on both sides of the pony? Is there a link to information on it?
Too true! :lol:
Plus people might be spending more time online to get away from the relatives. And "houseguests."
I think the leeway idea has merit on a remeasure.
If a pony was originally measured on the hottest day in July, barefoot the day after the farrier trimmed the feet, and the remeasure happens in...
The term "limited finances" can mean very different things to different people.
I'll stick with addressing the OP's main question, which is whether a pony with a blemish can do well at WEF. It...
Just as a footnote in BB history, I believe that Arab jumper thread is the origin of the term "houseguest" as it's used around here. Or at least that's the first time I remember seeing it.
That has to be the dictionary definition of "funny in a bad way."
I wonder how old Heather is? The picture of Leslie not only shows a rider with a hard hat and no harness, but also has a weight...
Plenty of A/AA pony divisions do not include a model class. Often there is just one conformation class in the division where a blemish could be a factor. The overall look of the pony still counts as...
Huh. That's a surprise. Everyone has always raved about those shows.
I still think the houseguest defense is one of the best ever. That certainly comes under the heading of "the good old days" on the BB for me.
Not one of. He was the youngest ever, I believe. Medal and Maclay finals. In the same year.
Still, to quote Taylor Swift (never thought I'd say that!): Haters gonna hate. :lol:
Who was NP? There have been a lot of trolls over the years.
Bear in mind that there will probably be some pretty nice horses to see at the show in Wellington. Even at a relatively light, pre-circuit show there, the quality level should be fairly high. Many...