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Sorry, been out of town. I meant the original Pariani.
No idea to tell without statistical tests, and those are not presented.
Sure looks like the old Pariani Monoflap.
I also have two older Ainsleys, a Chester and a XC. Great English saddles that last. My daughter is trying to steal my Chester, and the XC is too narrow for both our horses, but I am having trouble...
No advice, but YES I remember Reason! So glad to hear you are both back in the game.
So glad you like it!
Mill creek is in Topanga Canyon. I worked off lessons there eons ago when I was a grad student at UCLA.
Happy to help. They are a bit more comfortable in the foot bed than the Blunnies as well. I wear the Mucks in winter, but they are too hot in summer.
Since Blunnies were sourced to China, I have moved onto the Red Back boots. I got them at Equine Affaire, but you can get them on line:
My horse is 22. He still gets vaccines because I haul him into a barn to get shod, and that barn's horses go out to competitions.
Great info. Thanks so much everyone.
I am with FrugalAnnie. If you are a hapless primate, I don't even know how to characterize myself LOL!
Thanks guys. We used to have fox in our area, then the coyotes took over. Now the fox are making a comeback. I am fine with it, so long as the sunbathing is not an abnormal behavior. My daughter...
Glad to help. You can get the NoxtoNoz cheaply off dog.com if you find a 20% off on line coupon.
We have a family of young foxes in the woods behind our paddock. One of the foxes decided to sunbathe in the paddock today. We put the horses in and called animal control who said this is normal. ...
I was the OP, and I love the Noztonoz. I use a size smaller for my dogs when they travel, and they do just fine. I bet that you could go smaller than you think. I have two other types, and neither...
Ainsley Chester. Love it. You can find them quite reasonably as well.
I use a ported Myler on my guy. First bit he has ever loved. I tried a bunch through the Myler bit rental until I found the right one.
Squash is a great sport.
2) long distance cycling
One of three is on target. I used to do long-distance bike touring, and I still bike to stay fit.
You did a really nice job with him. Soft and steady.
The older I get, the more I understand how a horse (or me) can be absolutely crippled for the first few steps, and then be absolutely fine after that. Some of the older horses (and folk) need a...
For anyone who does need info on Addison's, there is a new low-dose protocol for percorten. I am one of a number of moderators on a Yahoo and FB group. Links below. Just as an example, my 65 lb...
Why not contact the last rider listed as competing him at Novice in 2014?
I have the Thinline Trifecta and LOVE it. You can add inserts to lift the front and/or the back.
See this old thread: http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-415339.html