Type: Posts; User: Fred
I think we should see a picture of the horse in question, just to make sure.
So happy to see him back and looking so terrific.
Barbara Livingstone posted some wonderful photos of him on FB. He looks fabulous.
I have a friend who is an UL event rider in the UK, who was working here in Canada for a while. Before I bred to VDL Windsor she went to see him and rode him too. She absolutely loved him.
I have a few 'Mastas' and they seem to be very generous on the drop as well, and the tail flap is nice and big too.
I forgot to mention that VDL Windsor is a half-brother to a GP jumper and an upperlevel jumper - VDL Ulando -who went on to be an Advanced event horse before his sad and...
I bred my exceptional full TB A Fine Romance daughter, who was a full sister to a winning Grand Prix jumper and an Advanced event horse to VDL Windsor.
The resulting foal (now 3) was/is everything...
I am sorry for your loss, and like many others here, I do understand, all too well.
You did the right thing.
It is always the right thing when you act in the best interest of the horse, and to...
I just saw this, Dr D. So sorry for all you have been going through!
I hope you and your filly are feeling better soon.
I have a number of horses, different ages, almost all TBs (and almost all TB!).
While YMMV, I find the unlined turnout sheets to be extremely versatile and useful.
Right now all my horses are...
That's what I am getting too, Laurie. Big red page.
I believe eahay also has good media contacts.
I will probably be going in one day this week, and I hope to get down to watch the Cup and line classes.
I also want to see the TB classes.
That's the question, but I don't know, proud sponsor.
I've thought about it, ever since it started. I just don't think there is an appropriate way to do it, at least not as part of a competition.
I think a part of it is the prize money. Few of our riders are wealthy.
The RAWF certainly is prestigious, and it reflects all of the other disciplines and horse activities, roadsters, heavy...
Me too. I still hate it.