Type: Posts; User: S A McKee
Is your trainer also acting as the agent for the buyer?
Oh My. Something seriously wrong with that.
If I want to nominate a stallion for this year and his fee is $1500 I'd have to pay $3000 because I'm a few months late.
And you're getting away with...
The IHF stallion fee equals one stud fee.
If you were nominating for the 2012 year you'd be too late by several months and in the position of paying double for a stallion nomination.
If you intend...
It's nice that you spend $ on Lifetime recording but you do understand if I buy a horse from you and don't care for it's name I do a simple re-record with USEF.
Or better still I use a HID and no...
Yes and that [pst was followed by several others saying either she or her trailer were at shows.
Is there documentation to prove she can't be at shows?
Why the heck eould you think they are a registry?
They are points based on ly.
PHR IS a registry and does require more extensive info.
Way too much confusion aout the role of USEF from so called ...
USEF does not maintain an ownership database.
As a courtesy, they provide awards for breeders and stallions.
They have to set a policy that covers all breeds.That means that if the majority of...
The type of the horse is what wins, not the sire. Some sires will produce a more Hunter type.
No need to prove the horse is a WB. And you do know that the handler is sometimes a political...
Not for hunters and jumpers, at least not at the 3'6" and above hunter divisions.
In hunters you do find domestic bred horses at the 3' zone level but they are apt to be OTTB's.
If you are speaking of Adult Ammies who show on a more local level there may be some distance problems but even in Hunters the distance is what makes or breaks the rounds.
At the UL you'd expect...
[QUOTE=NaniLio;6287225]In my opinion, yes. In a foal targeted for sale one that hasn't been inspected could be a turn off or deal breaker for a potential buyer. QUOTE]
NOT a deal breaker for a...
Many if not most UL riders ( be it dressage, eventing or show jumping ) are not in the position of buying their own horses.
Their owners do that.
Perhaps few eventers overall can do that but it's...
I believe the stallion must have been approved in the year the foal was conceived.
But your best bet is to contact Young Jumpers directly.
Umm I don't think so.
Bernie rode as a Junior with Capt Litauer on Long Island. His specialty was Equitation and he did win the finals on a lovely horse that went on to wins in Eq with other riders....
USEF offers classes for 5,6 and 7/8 year old jumpers. No Young Jumper recording is needed for these classes although documentation of the horse age may be required.
If you want to compete in Young...
You're nitpicking and using rare situations. Your premise was 'wind' blowing jumps down.
But you declined to answer the question.
What's cheaper, 21 penalties or a bad accident?
Poor anology. The judge will signal the rider to stop if jumps blow down.
Show jumpers use pins/cups to hang rails. Nobody is complaining that the device be replaced every time a rail is hit. It...
Giving a horse paprika doesn't seem to cause any sores on it's ankles. Apples and oranges.
I guess you think USEF is ignorant too. Really poor rebuttal.
And yes, many do think that eventing is...
You'd be wrong. WAY wrong. Read the rule book LMAO.
illegal in several divisions
I just love it whwn something that is clearly abusive gets defended.
And it's just not my opinion, it's the...
Illegal at a USEF show. At best you are kicked out of the show and lose your entry fee. At worst, a steward decides it's abuse and you get reported to the local authorities.
Nothing to do with...
Also the USEF proceures only mention a 'team' of 5 combinations, the fith combo being the alternate.
Those 5 would be the short list that would be published around June 7th.
Close relative of Sea Accounts another eventing TB on the sire side.
Actually it's 'breaks intermittant' not 'coverage'.
If your premise was correct there would be no USEF coverage from 10AM to Noon and no coverage from 1-3PM.
Leaves about an hour in the morning. I...
This is what YOU said:
"and the horse you look at/buy matches its passport as far as marking, colors, brand #s, etc., you can be reasonably assured the horse is who the passport says it is"
Given the threads on this BB about sires not being who the beeder reports them to be it would be foolish to rely on photos to determine parentage.
And Not Again:
"It isn't very hard to contact...