Type: Posts; User: LetsRide
Can you point me in the direction of rated USEF H/J shows that I can show at for four to five days for $150 (including stall, bedding, feed, daycare, braiding, trainer fees, show...
The sleeves should end between your wrist bone and the top joint of your thumb. The coat should cover between 2/3-3/4 of your bottom. ;)
If you 'help' your friend's daughter with her pony at shows it may appear that you are 'coaching' her. ;)
The harness is just plain nylon on the less expensive junior version. ;)
Since the saddle sounds like it fits otherwise I suggest having the knee and thigh blocks removed from beneath the saddle flaps. This will allow a much closer contact feel for her. The HDR blocks...
You are welcome. You might have to try a few different foot bed inserts until you find just the right one. (I have had this problem with regular shoes too). :)
I love, love, love Arc De Triomphe bridles, martingales and their reins. I do have a Vespucci halter that is very classy looking. :)
I would not consider a horse in pasture shape with bad feet (such as a 1/4 crack) as any sort of jumper prospect. No way will the horse hold up to jump.
I suggest buying a new foot bed insert which will take up the little bit of extra room. Plus they help make the boots super comfortable to walk in. Inserts like these Ariats or Dr. Sholls.
Oh for peat's sake! Did you NOT just have a recent thread here where you were ranting about horrible bad unfair judging at a tiny little horse show in your barn you rode in? The thread turned into...
I saved the 'evidence' just in case you try to remove it.
Are you asking for advice about the cost of vetting a $2,500 horse that you are buying as a Big Eq prospect? :confused:
I have one. I 'think' I ordered it from Canada a couple of years ago. I found it via google. :)
Try Solarcaine Aloe gel with lidocaine. Cheap and it works. Use on and around the base of the tail. :)
IF your Ariats have the stretch one piece boot laces try switching those out for tradition field boot laces. That way you can open up the area over your instep a bit. ;)
Try to find a used HDR or Dover Circuit in a wide tree. They are decent saddles. They are also going to be a lot kinder on your horse's back than an ancient rock hard narrow gulleted saddle.
Well; a bigger horse does make those jumps appear much smaller in comparison! Does it not? :lol:
Adults can and do show ponies. Schooling shows up to AA rated (USEF/USHJA) shows. ANY unrated division, where the rules do not prohibit it, adults can and do show ponies including jumpers. ...
Get your hands on some Antares Glycerin saddle soap the kind that comes in the white tub with the blue label (NOT the liquid spray). Apply it to your bridle generously using a barely damp sponge. ...
Has anyone ever tried NU-STOCK http://www.nustock.com/? Worth a try? :confused:
Thank you for the clarification. I hope the Pelham bit continues to fix your five year old daughter's balance/falling off issues and keep her safe. CUTE pony BTW. :)