Type: Posts; User: Janet
"Duct tape" is METALIZED cloth adhesive tape.
The tap in the article does not seem to be metalized. So it may be an "ancestor" of duct tape, but it is not duct tape.
My understanding is that...
Just note that, except for post 35, this thread is quite old.
If I were going to Connemara, I would go in mid August, to coincide with the big Connemara Pony Show in Clifden.
You are right.
Connemara shows are pretty much owner/handler (if that is what you mean by DIY) and very relaxed and friendly.
But there are not very many of them.
Three that I know of in Virginia - one...
If the owner is charging a "lease fee" above and beyond the regularly monthly costs, the it would be reasonable to expect the profit from the lease fee to cover the "unexpected" expenses.
Had a long reply written out and the cat stepped on the keyboard and deleted it.
You could also say that the person leasing wants to have her cake and eat it to, by...
I see my confusion- all due to upper v lower case.
When you said
I thought "Areas" and thought you meant there had been discussion about Areas 7-9 and 3-5, but not about 2-8 (in the "open...
I am curious which meeting you are talking about (where there was discussion).
I attended both open BoG meetings and did not hear any discussion of Area boundaries. At the lunchtime meeting,...
It seems to me we are missing a step.
What was voted on and approved, was a change to the PROCESS for adjusting the Area boundaries.
Unless I am badly misreading it, that new process requires...
It is item v in the proxy
However, Appendix A on the reverse only has the first 4 proposals. There are no details on item v.
it was vote on by the membership at the Annual Meeting.
Is there something wrong with your current bridle? Or do you not have a bridle at all for him?
I guess I don't really understand the point of a part lease.
Are you taking over half of the benefits, costs and responsibilities of owning a horse?
Or are you just getting a "volume discount"...
This makes sense me
Who may be a pasture ornament.
Besides, you can end the lease, so you would not be responsible for ongoing rehab.
I first heard about this (Areas along state lines) at the USEA meeting (before the official vote) from people in eastern Idaho, who were thrilled to be moving from Area IX to Area VII.
But I do...
My experience is with full leases, not half leases.
Every full lease I have been involved (and I have played both roles), the person leasing has been responsible for the all vet bills, except for...
I agree with most of what others have said, and have a couple more thoughts.
I also find that the trail is often ridable when the ring is not.
To make progress at the walk, I focus on...
First, there is no such thing as a "USEA rulebook".
The rules for Eventing are USEF rules and do not, in ANY sense, "fall under" the Dressage rules.
There are quite a few pieces of equipment...
I see the confusion!
Yes, the rule book used to include MORE DETAIL than it does now. THAT is what I interpreted Malcolm's "these things" comment to refer to. But nothing like the level...
My 32yo gets (Triple Crown) rice bran oil to maintain his weight in the winter (that is the oil my vet suggested).
At the moment he gets about 2 oz on top of his Triple Crown Senior, twice a day. ...
Nope. The cross country guidelines were never part of the rules. IIRC the guidelines first appeared about the same time as frangible pins, some time between 2000 and 2005.
Just want to provide a bit of context/history.
The RULE BOOK is "owned" by the USEF. Any rules changes must be approved by the USEF Board of Directors. Yes, the USEA BOG nd the USEF Eventing...