Type: Posts; User: Janet
AND from your team members.
If you withdraw, you are hurting THEIR chances as well.
What do you mean by "on site"?
What kind of "confidence issues"?
When I lost (had to put down) a horse I loved, I wanted to ride again, but I was not ready to go horse-hunting.
So I leased a horse (a horse I would nevr have wanted to buy, but had a lo of fun...
I have no idea what horse or competition you are referring to, but I was at a competition where something similar happened.
The horse at my competition had an older cut on the back of the knee...
Hee is the chart of membership requirements
Scroll to the second page for Canadian horses...
I will explain why you are getting some skepticism.
H/J people often don't really understand the characteristics needed for an eventer- they just recognize what is missing as a hunter.
If you are going to market him as an eventer, you have to be prepared to trailer him to a cross country course for the prospective buyer to try him there (usually as the second ride).
I still suggest you check with USEF, to be sure.
A "Corinthian" was a "Sporting Gentleman" of the Regency period (though the term was also used by Shakespeare)
They were also usually very particular about their dress, wearing the latest...
check the calendar on the area II web site.
The citation does not say anything about an employee relationship.
That was pure conjecture.
The rule cited applies to anyone, not just an employee.
USEA Area II Web site has as ads.
Also put up posters at horse trials.
It might be worth your while to have someone compete him at least once in a schooling HT.
Suppose there was no second horse involved.
Are you suggesting that she is not an amateur because she is riding her OWN horse, that the BO in making money off (board)?
You can join USHJA, and pay the USEF non-member fee
Assuming you mean USEA, not USAE, you can compete at recognized Horse Trials through the Training level with just USEA membership. You do not...
In this case, it a USEF rule they are citing, not a USHJA rule.
Several affiliates (.g., USHJA,USDF) have agreements with USEF to handle their registrations. Others (e.g., USEA) are insistent...
I do not know about USHJA, but USEA has an agreement in which USEA PAYS USEF for rule enforcement.
The distinction between USEF and USHJA may not matter in this case, since the rule says
USHJA could come under "the sport".
They changed the wording of the rule, but the old rule said, and I think the intention still is, "except for horses owned by the person"
Ask the USEF for clarification.
There are LOTS of places in that area. Unfortunately I do not know enough about most of them to make a recommendation.
What discipline is she interested in?
For hunters, two that I have heard...
Even in the 50s and 60s, "show hunter" tack and attire was diverging from "field hunter" tack and attire.
The "Corinthian" classes were an attempt to have at least one class where traditional...
In the 1960s, we only wore saddlepads for schooling, to keep the saddle clean.
Saddlepads were not worn for hunting or competition: dressage, low level eventing, jumpers, hunters, etc. (upper...
If you look at the CURRENT rulebook, saddle pads are still forbidden for hunter sidesaddle classes.
It is GR702.1e that talks about "casting aspersions".
The hearing cites GR702.1d which says nothing about "casting aspersions"
I have24 x7 turnout WITH individual stalls.
They get fed in their own stalls. They sit in their own stalls for other things too, though usually not for long.
Young ones get extra...
It depends on the horse and the rider.
For a horse and rider that are confirmed at the current level probably once a week or less.
For a green horse or rider, still learning, or preparing to...