Type: Posts; User: alibi_18
Baucher bits are good for low palate and short lips.
The fixed cheek add stability (like a full cheek would do.) but will lift in the mouth when you apply rein aids, it helps with horses that...
Find a baucher and be happy!
Neue Schule makes a few models.
Security camera might show you who the thief is but won't prevent the theft. :)
Always lock your trailer! I hope they will find the trailer but I doubt it. :(
@DownYounder : I was by no mean implying you used RB as a punishment. I was truly just agreeing with Merrygoround's post.
Sorry if it wasn't clear! :)
As for some exercices to work on :
Have you seen the test?
The movement includes : (be it at Training, 1rst or 2d level)
Change rein, free walk
You think the OP's horse just jigged a few steps and was otherwise...
For the BTV ride : I'm sure your friend made other mistakes and that's why she got such a low score at the end. Going BTV at times is one thing, going around the whole test like that will/should get...
This is the worst and more than often, people use RB as a forceful punishment, destroying their horse's mouth, without understanding the real purpose/action of the RB. The same will then complain...
Did you bothered reading the OP post where it says the age, breed, training level of both horse and rider and the horse's present physical condition? I guess not.
I'm not being Calvinist about...
Second level is an important one and despite what a lot of riders/trainers think, shouldn't be skipped/denigrated.
The OP is below 60% at Second so I fail to see how she could school 3rd...
And a cyber hug. :cry:
I'm in Québec so we have the same rules. Bronze shows are under EC rules.
You'll be fine. :) If the shirt has sleeves, it will be legal to keep if the jackets are waived.
Hunter style is...
Shave, shave and keep all affected region shaved!
No longer brush the dry mud. Hose it off, use your hand and a wet towel to gently remove any dirt/sand/mud and dry the legs prior to riding.
Ditto on the vet.
Doesn't sound good to me as all injuries involving no heat/lumps where soft tissu ones... :/ Have the vet out.
I feed Purina Fat n Fiber (big chunks) and Trimax (Ultium in the US) to my PSSM mare.
Ultium would be good for your mare actually.
PSSM horses need fat. A lot of fat.
And regular exercice.
What Betsyk and Zu Zu said.
You need to set things things straight. Maybe a little meeting with Mom, kid and Y in order to define what can and CAN'T be done with horse and tack in a written...
Maui Jim sunglasses for me. Can't ride without sunglasses.
Mine are the ones with really tiny rubber covered branches; so lightweight and inobstructive, I forgot I have them on! :)
I'm sorry for you! What a nightmare.
On the other hand, it might be for the better as a foal wasn't in your initial plan.
Jingles for your mare's quick recovery.
That's not really the lesson you should get from the situation you've created.
Good effort for trying but you created the drama.
Why the need for secrecy and confidentiality then?
It really depends.
Always ask before! ;)
Day care can go from mucking stalls/feeding/watering/night check to full care for both rider and horse by an assigned groom who gets everything done.
A confidentiality agreement to visit barns?
Maybe the BO wanted to know what the hell was going on with the OP and making sure not to get into some kind of drama.
OP, just be up front with...
Let it lie.
Next time, be aware that people do talk to each other. Horse world is small. Your current BO and this other BO are probably acquaintance/friends.
Generally speaking, it's not hard to...
I was just about to comment the same before I saw your comment! The end piaffe pirouettes are just exquisite! :)
And the music will suit Rio just perfectly!
My condolences to your family and his friends.
I agree with everything you wrote but "and steward" shouldn't be in brackets.
Both the judge at C and the steward didn't see the blood. AND the steward INSPECTED the horse CLOSELY right after the...
Since it's a regular customer, I would have a good discussion about the seriousness of your job/business because clearly, this client doesn't seem to understand that this is your job and...