Type: Posts; User: snoopy
If they can't at the two star level then something is seriously wrong.
BBC IPlayer may be.
You should put this on the cover letter with your CV and apply to Thomas Cook.
Late to the party but the weather is great, Ian on point commentating. I am sure Equibrit would have posted this but the picture on BBC sport is fantastic.
That's where I was going.
Unless your horse is borderline for a pass.
This is important to note because many believe that a so so dressage score and a machine in the jumping phases is a better option when naming members to a team. Once upon a time that was, indeed,...
I debated on saying that exact thing. I would hasten to say that you may very well be on borrowed time as this injury is notoriously difficult if not impossible to come right.
There is a comment asking if it always the best thing to do by patching up your horse.
REALLY??!!! That is not exactly how it played out.....though it plays "better" the way you have described the situation.
You may all be very surprised that a world famous rider that many of you gush over has been known to euthanise when a horse is no longer useful as a competition horse through career ending but not...
America still has to "qualify" via the Pan Ams or through a composite team.
I am quite sure that CF has to continue to fulfil the requirements to maintain his US visa. I am quite sure that EC knows this and has made allowances for this is his contract with him as coach. ...
Perhaps not. She may, however, take offence that you have referred to her as Serena three times when her name is Selena. She has ridden in the 2008 Olympics, won a team silver at WEG in 2010 and...
...and very disrespectful to Selena and Morag thank you very much.
You do realise that your attitude is exactly why we are having the issues we are having and what is being discussed here.
Once upon a time we 'graded' horses 3 (prelim) thru 1 (adv) and you had to have enough points to move up and indeed it did take much longer than it does today. I can see both sides regarding the old...
One of the details I'd like to know and I think should be discussed is: "Whose trust and whose accuracy?" Was this one of those "blind" questions that we expect a horse to navigate, but that...