Type: Posts; User: SlamDunk
Europe is generally very pro preloading the ring haha...even indoors
They have very WC qualifier as well as every Nations Cup. I think some of the 4 star events, WC dressage and the championships like Europeans, WEG, WC finals and Nation's Cup Finals. I enjoy it,...
I was surprised my Madison too. Lucy at least had an obvious bobble, but I didn't see anything on Madison's round and definitely thought she'd move up
I agree and I would also test
Her horse was my favourite from the WIHS medal too. Such a beautiful, classy, bay
They did use it a lot for Royal West but the FEI has the rights to some of the classes when you're running a WC qualifier so some of it was on their youtube
I think I remember seeing he won best horse at USET West coast finals?
I directed them to this thread as well
I think they must have bred him because his sire is Cyklon. A lovely horse...really wish I watching him stupid FEItv
I think he's just a very talented, attractive and adjustable horse. If you're great he could be the difference between Top 10 and winning. But as the commentator said he does need a little hand...
No ideas...I did shoot off a quick (polite)complaint about their North American streaming. Maybe if we all do it they'll improve?
Here's the live scoring
How did you get it to work? I've still got nothing :(
I know...like I said it's always the North American broadcasts and you can never rewind the stream like you can with the European ones. Maybe if we all complain? I really enjoy the service but the...
Ya nothing for me either! FEItv's North American broadcasts are always terrible, but I've never had a problem with a European one...maybe there's a bit of a learning curve but it sure is annoying.
It's a world cup qualifier so only on FEItv I think
I think Madison was my favourite trip but it's unlikely she'll move up with Lucy and Hunter's great rounds
Usually they just think it's high enough for their horses. Also Ward and Vale are no longer spring chickens (i.e. crazy enough to go higher) and maybe would have continued if they were 20 years old...
I checked out the startlist, lots of pure jumper bloodlines like Contendro, Diarado, Diamont De Semilly etc
Of course Rodrigo has! Thanks! Come Shine, Ian has won it three times (87, 91, and 2014) but not twice in a row.
Wait I was wrong...it was 2 million and then I guess CP Rail decided to up the prize money today and it was actually 3 million.
I'm not 100% sure but I'm guessing Scott Brash might be the first rider to win back to back titles in the CP International? It's rare enough to win twice, let alone back to back!
I agree they need difficult courses for this kind of class but when you have more then 10 people eliminated at the same obstacle I think that shows a flaw in course design.
Yes two rounds plus jump-off, although there is rarely a jump-off.
I agree Michel is an amazing course designer. I feel like there could be a double vertical after the water say (which would definitely cause rails) without this extreme carnage of a triple...