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  1. Thread: Poldark

    by Manahmanah
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    Not only delicious to look at, i've watch a bunch...

    Not only delicious to look at, i've watch a bunch of his interviews and he seems like a genuinely great guy.


    This is the first i've heard about Poldark but i'll have to watch!! I love COTH for...
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    Having ridden in both i would pick the Icon....

    Having ridden in both i would pick the Icon. Ultimately i found a trilogy for a great price and couldn't justify spending an extra $1,000 on the Icon, but i did like it much better.
  3. I wouldn't plan on doing anything with him...

    I wouldn't plan on doing anything with him besides grazing. You really need to have a number identifying you when you are mounted and borrowing someone else's is fairly shady. You can ask the...
  4. I have to do some thinking on this one. The...

    I have to do some thinking on this one.

    The septic straight up needs to be replaced per the realtor, a 35k job. The well pump is in the basement for some reason.. I saw uninsulated pipes going...
  5. This one is a vacation residence so I may not get...

    This one is a vacation residence so I may not get accurate energy bills. A an airflow audit is a fantastic idea.

    It's really strange, the house doesn't at all look like it was built in the 1880s....
  6. questions to ask seller/realtor of house built in 1880s

    We are going to look at a property that checks all my requirements boxes for our future farmette. A good amount of acreage already cleared and flat, price is right, house is a decent size and looks...
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    Yes the table breaking is annoying (and the link...

    Yes the table breaking is annoying (and the link didn't work for me anyway)
  8. I'm sorry OP but I also fail to see how she is...

    I'm sorry OP but I also fail to see how she is passive aggressive by what you posted. If you only deal with her on a small level why are you so annoyed with her?

    So she's a heavier girl who has a...
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    So happy for CR. It's almost obscene how much I...

    So happy for CR. It's almost obscene how much I love this covert rights horse. God it's a nice horse.
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    It was really fun. Not as good as the first but...

    It was really fun. Not as good as the first but I'm definitely glad I saw it in theaters, and we don't usually do that.
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    Sundress

    Sundress
  12. Without having access to the report I wonder if...

    Without having access to the report I wonder if they took into account the habits that put people at risk for GERD that would cause them to need a ppi... for example.. alcohol abuse, smoking,...
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    If your budget is limited you're going to have to...

    If your budget is limited you're going to have to kiss a lot of frogs. Sorry that's just how it is.
  14. +1 to this post add founder to the list. What...

    +1 to this post add founder to the list.

    What to expect - a really, really stinky horse. I can't stand the smell of DMSO.

    :(
  15. Very bizzare and bad.

    Very bizzare and bad.
  16. Won't it just wash away??

    Won't it just wash away??
  17. I am so very sorry

    I am so very sorry
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    I guess my point is - I would like more people to...

    I guess my point is - I would like more people to look at this problem analytically and not from an emotional place.

    Already an admission has been made in this thread that "I jumped on the slower...
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    This is important. These threads are rarely...

    This is important.

    These threads are rarely sparked by a novice level rider falling off dobbin, because lower level eventing is generally safe.

    The instance of rotational falls (the real danger...
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    :yes: I injured myself a few years ago lunging a...

    :yes: I injured myself a few years ago lunging a young horse. The last joint in my middle finger was horribly jammed and swollen and excruciating to try to move. I didn't get it treated and now I...
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    Horse falls are a really big deal, I agree. It...

    Horse falls are a really big deal, I agree. It seemed to me though that she was talking about rider falls.

    From what I have seen and this has been mentioned several times across the many threads...
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    Technically correct but I really don't see...

    Technically correct but I really don't see eventing at these levels drastically splitting off from what the FEI considers standard, do you?
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    Just to clear this up..... because it keeps being...

    Just to clear this up..... because it keeps being alluded to in this thread. The upper levels are not governed by the USEA.
  24. This is the same dbag who was defending Josh...

    This is the same dbag who was defending Josh Duggar last week. Amazing. So we defend someone who actually molest kids and in the next breath try to get everyone up in arms because they may or may...
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    And important to add: If you made the...

    And important to add: If you made the irresponsible choice and moved the horse up anyway it would not be the fault of the USEA, the FEI, the USEF, or the event venue if one of you were to be...
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