Type: Posts; User: alicen
Ah ha! I would have bet that he was related to Totilas.
So I'm thinking vendors selling foam fingers may someday become a reality?
Well, this is the second time that Peters has had to shush American spectators. Has anyone seen a competitor have to do that in any other competiton?
Congratulations. Enjoy your ring -a caution note about putting in too much sand.
Actually, you can use any Pythagorean triplet - multiples of the 3, 4, 5 right triangle : multiplying each side by 2 you get 6, 8, 10, etc. , depending on how much measuring you want to do.
The length of one diagonal is going to be 63.25 meters or 207.5 feet . That's a lot of string to mess with for just one person.
That's it! Thanks so much, Ton Farm. And Theo, too.
I am kicking myself for not bookmarking the Carl Hester clinic in which he says that most people use long and low briefly at the end of a ride or for a break, but they should be using it to work the...
Judith Sloan's barn. Sigh. http://roseviewdressage.com/
If I were a brilliant rider, I wouldn't give a fig about a 1/60 of a second photo or the impression it made on 100% perfect position obsessed riders, most of whom don't ride at an FEI level.
Apparently, Cotton is unaware that Tehran is the capital of Iran.
He also probably thinks that they speak Latin there.
He wasn't being ridden in a competition.
So sad to have the greats taken out of the public domain - like ferreting away great works of art from museums into private collections.
The bad thing is getting used to dismounting from a height and then dismounting from a considerably lesser height and you feel like your knees are going to go through your chin.
That's not herding cats. This is herding cats: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_MaJDK3VNE
You'll have to wait another 35 years or so to answer that question.
If I were the Iranians, I'd sign an agreement just to spite him.
Because there is a history of the U.S. trying to broker peace in the Middle East, excepting the shocking and aweing of Iraq . It's a tough job but somebody has to try and do it, considering the...
Executive agreements - agreements between heads of state: http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2015/03/10/treaties-vs-executive-agreements-when-does-congress-get-a-vote/
Bingo! I'm amused to no end that even though I linked an article to the (conservative) National Review that readers missed the point, albeit "unbecoming."
Pauses like a dressage horse?