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  1. Thank you to NCH for putting on such a wonderful...

    Thank you to NCH for putting on such a wonderful hunter pace. I went with my instructor and some friends and we had a fabulous time. The trail was absolutely beautiful, great footing, and lots of...
  2. Well, I as am currently recovering from having a...

    Well, I as am currently recovering from having a plate and screws put in my wrist after a horse I was riding spooked, HARD, I guess I have contributed to these statistics. However, my husband, who...
  3. Awesome, thank you for posting these! What a...

    Awesome, thank you for posting these! What a lovely ride, and what impulsion he has. Does anyone else see the little hitch in his hocks in the piaffe/passage work. if you ignore the fetlocks, which I...
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    Also not a trainer, and not an advanced rider, so...

    Also not a trainer, and not an advanced rider, so take what I say with a grain of salt, but I see you doing a what I often do which is emphasizing the turn by collapsing my waist and dropping my...
  5. Any videos of Tina Konyot's ride from Friday?

    I can watch almost all the rides on USEF Network but one that is missing is Tina's awesome ride from Friday, it's not available under the clips on the network website. I really want to see that ride,...
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    Thanks, I appreciate the kind words! It doesn't...

    Thanks, I appreciate the kind words! It doesn't help that I am in grad school online too and having to type everything one-handed now...
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    Just want to whine

    i only started riding again last September after 9 years out of the saddle. Rode as a kid but just w/t/c trail ride kind of stuff. Met my instructor last fall when we got our puppies together to play...
  8. Ok CAVEAT: I really don't know anything about...

    Ok CAVEAT: I really don't know anything about critiquing riding or helping other riders, I am a relatively new re-rider who had little formal training when I was young. So please take anything I say...
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    Boot question- rider

    I want to get the Ariat Crowne Pro field boots that are now on closeout, I can get an absolutely fantastic deal on the non-zip ones, or I can get a pretty-darn-awesome deal on the zip ariat Challenge...
  10. [QUOTE=Beam Me Up;6246330] This was my point...

    This was my point about the education aspect, only said far more eloquently and with less personal fire. Then I think the situation is compounded by having young children.

    And I agree, overhauling...
  11. Not the kid of two anthro profs. Different...

    Not the kid of two anthro profs. Different poster. And not presuming some kind of virgin birth for intellectuals. Dad certainly could and should step up too, but here's the rub being a woman,...
  12. I guess, as a young mother going back to school...

    I guess, as a young mother going back to school to pursue an advanced degree because I can't get a decent paying job with my current B.A. in anthropology, which, thankfully, I took on absolutely no...
  13. Ok, but what I said was unless she desperately...

    Ok, but what I said was unless she desperately wants to go on to get her PhD then she shouldn't pursue the B.A. If she has some passionate desire to go to the highest levels and be one of those...
  14. Ok, I agree with you, some people should...

    Ok, I agree with you, some people should definitely be encouraged to pursue advanced degrees in whatever, but the majority of people should not, and currently it is the trend for adults to go back...
  15. The rest of the details notwithstanding, I have a...

    The rest of the details notwithstanding, I have a degree in Anthro, with a minor in Sociology. I loved my Anthro classes and really appreciate my degree, however, there is NOTHING I can do with it...
  16. I have limited experience but my trainer has a...

    I have limited experience but my trainer has a few dressage saddles, an older Bates Isabell that I LOVE so much I am going to buy it. I sit nicely in it, it is comfortable, I can ride (relatively)...
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    I was a 36/38 FF

    I was a 36/38 FF
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    It was 9 years ago that I last shopped for larger...

    It was 9 years ago that I last shopped for larger bras. If they have drastically changed their manufacturing since then I am so SO glad. It was mortifying to be a teenager and unable to find...
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    Good luck OP! I totally understand the desire to...

    Good luck OP! I totally understand the desire to deceive yourself on size. My mom used to take me to really nice bra fitting shops every year for new bras and I would sob in the dressing room as I...
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    :yes::lol:

    :yes::lol:
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    Oh yeah, my insurance covered everything because...

    Oh yeah, my insurance covered everything because my doctor said it was necessary due to marks in my shoulders/back pain/inability to do activities and I had a great surgeon, at one of the foremost...
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    I am going to give you my total honest feelings...

    I am going to give you my total honest feelings about my breast reduction.

    I had it done when I was 18 and it was the best decision ever, with a few caveats. I was a 36/38 FF and was reduced down...
  23. The other day my instructor told me that since we...

    The other day my instructor told me that since we had just done some great trot work figuring out some issues we should reward the boy I ride with a C.A.N.T.E.R. She spelled it because he knows it...
  24. X Post- What is the difference between the AYR8 and the ProII?

    I want to buy a Charles Owen helmet, and Bit of Britain has the AYR8 on sale for $242 (in purple!!!) down from $323. Or they have the ProII for $194. What is the difference between these two helmets...
  25. What is the difference between the AYR8 and the ProII

    I want to buy a Charles Owen helmet, and Bit of Britain has the AYR8 on sale for $242 (in purple!!!) down from $323. Or they have the ProII for $194. What is the difference between these two helmets...
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