Type: Posts; User: alicen
Every time I try to open the site I get this: " Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
Oooooh. Eat your heart out western pleasure classes.
OK, we've got the blingey ear bonnet, crystal browband, rhinestone encrusted bit rings, colored bit, diamante reins, matching (or contrasting) saddle pad, stirrups, and polos, colored whip with...
I'm envisioning matching ear bonnets, bits, pads, and polos.
Goodness, it's wet - extended trot, sliding stop, halt, salute.
You want to be careful about the tape. It too can give a nasty rub. So STOP, if once you feel it's rubbing otherwise you'll just compund the ouches.
I know I'm dating myself, but that tail coat is too reminiscent of Liberace.
Whoa up there and apologies for the diversion, but is Velvet's horse seriously named Kennel Ration?
Doesn't Theo wish. No, Gal's music was arranged by Joost Peeters.
Oh, oh, there's a line. Where? And whose "we"?
I preferred watching with the music off.
http://www.indoorbrabant.com/en/gallery Go to menu, left. Choose 27-03-Ricoh Prijs. Cornelissen has new music and an ambitious move starting at 8:07.
his fox was obviously driven more supinely today[/QUOTE]
Sticky note to self, write on barn whiteboard, " Drive your fox in supine position today."
" In the supine position, they drove their fox by the task."[/QUOTE]
I suppose, egon, I should claim it as my signature......as a reminder of how ultimately silly it all is.
Got a live stream! 10:51 But, oops, this doesn't look like the WC Kur.
I found this to be an utterly charming and totally baffling Google translation from the St. Georg article: About Parzival and Cornelissen, " In the supine position, they drove their fox by the...
Interesting, Gal lets out a "phew" at his final halt and salute rather than his usual happy smile.
Errr (raises hand timidly), can any one provide the context of Brink's statement?
So who says he has to last for 8 years? The next Olympics are in 2 years. Maybe he'll be retired to stud after the games.
Thanks, really looking forward to trying this.
Why do I flinch and shudder every time I hear the cliche' "dressage means training"? Jumpers are trained. Do we say they are doing dressage? Cutting horses are trained. Are they doing dressage? ...
Oh, just the slightly longer stirrup, the higher, lighter hand, the longer rein. There's something so individual and alive about her style, something that suggests integrity and courage.