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  1. Another vote for Diane

    Another vote for Diane
  2. Depends on what level you compete and now much...

    Depends on what level you compete and now much your horse needs...but if they don't tolerate wraps and they jump pretty big I usually go with a good 30 minute long rein walk after riding, hose off,...
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    I really really want a pair of the Majyk Equipe...

    I really really want a pair of the Majyk Equipe Boyd Martin Stadium boots...currently I am pretty happy with my Thinline boots though. They are easy to clean, no slippage, and legs stay cool.
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    I don't have my card but have also pondered. But...

    I don't have my card but have also pondered. But I will say that 'r' judges are probably most frequently hired by IHSA teams that can't afford to bring in an 'R' judge. So if you have a decent amount...
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    My (very rough) break down: -Where I am located,...

    My (very rough) break down:
    -Where I am located, most A/AA shows are 3-5 hours away...~$500 trailer
    - I don't own a trailer so I drive separate and have to fill up the Honda 2-3 times...round up to...
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    You guys are making me want to try eventing! ...

    You guys are making me want to try eventing!

    I went to an A show by myself without a trainer (OMG THE HORROR! :lol:) to do the 1.10m jumpers and it's the exact opposite in HJ land. I would ask a...
  7. Anything good for the horse is good for the sport...

    Anything good for the horse is good for the sport IMO.
  8. Not an eventer but I really enjoy spectating so...

    Not an eventer but I really enjoy spectating so excuse my ignorance...but what is the argument from the FEI for adding any penalties for breaking the pin?
  9. I read an article that talked about taking away...

    I read an article that talked about taking away one aid before adding another that made me have a light bulb moment. I realized I held my horse in the corners when turning to a jump (Because that's...
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    I use mine to provide padding at the wither and...

    I use mine to provide padding at the wither and lift the pommel ever so slightly without adding bulk under the shoulder. My old saddle tilted down slightly in front and the pommel pad helped. I know...
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    I thought the Bit of Britain one was too narrow....

    I thought the Bit of Britain one was too narrow. But I do have one in Navy/tan that I would sell you for $10 shipped if interested. I only used it for about a week before I found someone on eBay that...
  12. I too hope they don't change his name! Although...

    I too hope they don't change his name! Although his cute face is pretty hard to forget :). Lucky kid for sure and I hope the horse enjoys this new career.
  13. I will be there as well if anyone is interested...

    I will be there as well if anyone is interested in a COTH meet up!

    I also braid professionally if anyone needs a braider :)
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    YES! Preferably under $300 though :)

    YES! Preferably under $300 though :)
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    PNW, do you happen to have any good landing...

    PNW, do you happen to have any good landing photos of your guy? His style is similar to a horse I know and I was curious whether your horse has more of a "lift" of his hind end on the follow through...
  16. I am also one he conservative side for the first...

    I am also one he conservative side for the first jump school back. I don't do anything to technical and obviously keep the jumps low relative to skill level. I usually just add a single low wide oxer...
  17. I like either the classic hunting 3 point or the...

    I like either the classic hunting 3 point or the bridge style. The 5 point just seems to bulky to me. When I choose between the two styles it depends on how the saddle fits the horse, how my horse...
  18. The mushers secret linked early does work. At...

    The mushers secret linked early does work. At least for me. My guy is shod all around with leather pads in front. I glob the stuff on around the ring of his shoes (like under the shoe along shoe and...
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    Ditto the poster that will only use a chiro that...

    Ditto the poster that will only use a chiro that is also a DVM. I also agree that I prefer chiropractors that can also do accupuncture. My reasoning for wanting my chiro to have a DVM is that IMO...
  20. I have two wool jackets (navy with pin stripes...

    I have two wool jackets (navy with pin stripes and dark brown) that I wear in the jumpers. I am super not trendy!
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    Voltaire (Palm Beach) and Devoucoux (Oldara and...

    Voltaire (Palm Beach) and Devoucoux (Oldara and Socoa) are similar to a Butet. You might try those to see if they are enough of a difference for you to help with your position. I have only ridden in...
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    Ah, but you pay that lovely "drug fee" every show...

    Ah, but you pay that lovely "drug fee" every show for part of that! :lol:....but I guess really my emotion should be :no::confused::mad:
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    I like Thinline or Majyk Equipe ...

    I like Thinline or Majyk Equipe

    http://www.majykequipe.com
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    One word of advice would be to not push yourself...

    One word of advice would be to not push yourself too much. Two-point the entire time might do more harm then good. If you get fatigued then you will inadvertently start to compensate by pinching with...
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    A career in riding is not all about talent. First...

    A career in riding is not all about talent. First and foremost you need a hard work ethic. If you are serious about making horses a career start looking for working student positions....
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