Type: Posts; User: Janet
There are LOTS of trains to Peterborough.
Only a few trains to Stamford.
I took a train to Peterborough, where I rented a car, and stayed in an (Asian run) B&B. Lots of accomodation at all...
I stopped by about noon on Saturday, but there was no sign of any inspection- just a couple of people in tank tops riding in the ring.
Yep, The rules eliminates a lot of perfectly rational situations.
But the rule is there because there ARE nefarious people who WOULD take advantage of a loophole if it existed.
That whole part...
Yes, that describes my halfbred daughter of Fiddler's Glory Boy to a T. At age 19 we are finally coming to some sort of "accomodation" in the sandbox (broke 40 penalty points at our last event), but...
I will reiterate
Water, ditches, banks
Are what make a prospect an EVENTING prospect.
I absolutely would not worry about breastplates (I do not use one on most of my horses through Training level).
If you have neoprene closed boots, they will be fine. But I just competed at Novice...
Because that would create a loophole that could be used by the nefarious.
Rider Rosie get paid $500 a week to be a groom.
Rider Rosie pays $10 for a "lesson" on the barn owner's green horse...
Found the bulb
Large Dual Flood with Yoke, 160W/140W, 120V-277V 4000K Color Temp
We have 4 posts, each with two lights, aimed slightly different directions.
Just out of curiosity, what year were you at the 200?
I was in the pits at the Daytona 200 every year from 1980 to 1985 and 1989 to 2000. and I have raced on the track myself.
I am planning to enter Surefire.
Because the FEI calendar takes precedence over the USEA calendar.
We have a similar situation. My sister and I put in LED lights in her ring (approx 40 m x 60 m = 120' x 180').
It was NOT cheap, but the bulbs should last 30 years, and she can't even see a...
Motorcycle armour, while very good for motorcycle racing, is not designed to protect you, and will not protect you, from a 1000+ Lb object landing right on top of your chest.
None of the options really fit my reply.
First of all, money should be spent on course design and solid, safe constructin before you worry about anything else.
Second, when competing a greenish...
The CURRENT rule says
In 2016 it expands that to lower level HT, even if over multiple days. But for 2015 it is still only for one-day events, or when excused due to heat.
Except that the HORSE is limited in how many tests they can do in a day. Every test that is ridden by the amateur reduces the number of tests that can be ridden by the pro, THAT day.
You are allowed to accept reimbursement for farrier/ vet bills or entry fees (accept entry fees for hunter/jumper classes restricted to amamteurs)
You are NOT allowed to accept reimbursement for...
My point is that VHSA SAYS it runs according to USEF rules.
Also the relevant VHSA sentence is IDENTICAL to the USEF rule.
If USEF says
Then it should mean the same thing in VHSA
Just a heads up in case you are not aware.
Saturday May 16 is Nokesville Day (3rd Saturday in May) which means that Fitzwater through Nokesville will be CLOSED most of the day.
Yes, I was only talking about USEF rules.
Eventing has no restrictions on logos on saddle pads.
What was inappropriate was that judge A (NOT judging the in-hand class) was telling judge B (who WAS judging the in hand class) about the performance in an earlier test.
It would have been JUST AS...
Usually we ride a horse once in a day, and then we are done.
You could try, on weekends, breaking up your ride into 3 separate sessions, so he doesn't think he is "done" after one...
Your best bet is to call or email the USEF, and then present the USEF reply to VHSA.
If you read it literally, once she enters the ring on horse A, she is not allowed to appear in the ring for that class on ANY OTHER HORSE unless the judge asks her to change horses.
The moment she...