Type: Posts; User: riverpup
Bump- any recent experiences? Thank you !!
Ahh - what height is ideal? I have TB horses of the 16.2 variety. Thanks!
I have read everyone's post with great appreciation for the decisions that went into the choices.
Right now the easiest (fastest, cheapest) thing for me to got seem to be the oak-framed, pine...
Bumping this so I can find it again... I am in the same spot as the OP. Thanks!!
CONGRATULATIONS on going to your first HT and there is nothing measley about going BN. It is a fabulous thing to ride XC.
I second the advice to go watch all three phases of HT and volunteer for...
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Great company and you can register multiple items against your profile, your bracelet , saddle tag, phone label....
No internet connectivity needed. If...
I hope you can find some enjoyment in your horse. I think most of us ride because we love horses, not because we love awards.
Getting wrapped up in competing, comparing yourself to...
Here is another resource:
I bought his CD, iti has some great ideas for dealing with this issue
Great thread and very motivational! I work an office job and feel so mushy. There really are no excuses not to stay fit and ride.
it sounds corny, but give yourself time. And have a good time too !
Here is another question: what temp do most people keep the thermostat setting? In the winter (we live in VA) we are at 66-68 degrees and we spend a lot of time in the room with the woodstove which...
I searched for a thread like this because I just bought a bag of the Dumor chopped hay and it is so dusty that it looks like it is smoky when I handle it. I will be dumping it out.
This is an international sport! It is here in the States, check out
No, I was thinking of something I saw down the road. I am sure you were doing what seemed best at the time!
Sorry I have no arena advice, as I ride on grass. I set up a dressage arena using white 5 gallon buckets as markers. I bought them from U-Line and weighted them with rocks. If you dont care about...
Thank you for letting us know. RIP Lucy.
Thank you all for the bump of this thead! Access is a concern of mine as I wonder what future generations of riders will be able to do.
Can Lucy go home today?
I am so very sorry, what a sweet little angel he is.
Absolute tie between Menfelt and Rubicon.:sadsmile:
I have a Jiffy Jack -- similar to a Trailer Aid. Very handy!
My idea is a small can of www.royalsaddlesoap.com with a tack sponge and a hand towel (from Target) in the person's favorite or barn color. If they are special, present this in a small bucket.
That is so sweet:sadsmile:
This is not one that I got on a test but one that I wrote on a few tests. It was my first time volunteering to scribe, I had never ridden a dressage test and decided to get the view...
Went by there the other day to grab something, they are closed. No sign or note or anything. The windows are papered over.
They are really nice folks, and I hope everything is OK and they are off...