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    I think all of mine are a little nostalgic, but...

    I think all of mine are a little nostalgic, but here:
    Boyd and Crackerjack. I would really, really love to see this horse do well at Rolex in Colin Davidson's memory.
    Maddy Mazzola and Mojito....
  2. So... of all the things that apparently need to...

    So... of all the things that apparently need to be researched to make eventing safer, what would be the end result of researching this hypothesis? If it were to prove out that certain breeds, or less...
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    Camping in the trailer, working (braiding,...

    Camping in the trailer, working (braiding, grooming, cleaning tack) at the competition ... these are all great suggestions but won't likely work if you are planning to bring your two children along...
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    As a former Area IX rider, I want to say I'm...

    As a former Area IX rider, I want to say I'm thrilled to see more upper level events in the middle of America, and CCI opportunities that work with the natural, spring/summer event season in middle...
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    Speaking w/PD a few years ago, he said he (and I...

    Speaking w/PD a few years ago, he said he (and I imagine a lot of others) had modified his fitness work leading up to 3-days slightly so that, along with all the long, slow distance work, now...
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    Maybe he's broken or retired? Doesn't seem like...

    Maybe he's broken or retired? Doesn't seem like he's competed in at least a year. It happens, especially to horses competing at that level. Or maybe Peter's got something going on that's taking...
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    Horses and courses and riders have all evolved...

    Horses and courses and riders have all evolved over time, but I truly believe the fundamental change at the bottom of this whole discussion is that our risk tolerance has changed. Eventing always has...
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    I'm trying to figure out whether I'm too old or...

    I'm trying to figure out whether I'm too old or too grounded in reality, but I find things like #eventingjesus and Doug F'ing Payne marginally funny, but only once. And I think of myself as a person...
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    Plantation's beneficiaries...

    Plantation's beneficiaries last year.
  10. Was that a cool story or a press release for...

    Was that a cool story or a press release for County Saddles?! They must be thrilled; I can't help but wonder who edited it and let an interesting story turn into an advertisement.
  11. I help with an event that runs 7 events each...

    I help with an event that runs 7 events each year, from unrecognized 18" level to CIC***. For the big FEI event, I am THRILLED that we can go back to the D-XC-SJ format (though I'm not the organizer,...
  12. I was going to post the same link! I appreciate...

    I was going to post the same link! I appreciate this article -- especially coming from Denny, who is the king of "we did it better in the old days" -- because it emphasizes the point that horses DO...
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    This thread is 5 years old. Last I heard,...

    This thread is 5 years old. Last I heard, Aberjack was in California and not terribly fertile, to be polite. He's definitely not with Denny... is he even still alive?
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    You know, just the 2014 WEG champion...

    You know, just the 2014 WEG champion. No big. Charlotte Dujardin proves you can get world-beating scores in dressage while wearing a safety helmet; Sandra Auffarth proves you can be the world's best...
  15. Obviously getting as much info as possible is a...

    Obviously getting as much info as possible is a good thing in evaluating a horse. However, I remember speaking with a vet who was adamant that ultrasound was a poor prognosticator for future success...
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    These are the trainers my retired advanced horse...

    These are the trainers my retired advanced horse came from, though it was before they'd officially started the non-profit rescue. My horse has got a great head and clearly had good basic training...
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    New XC fall study

    A study presented last week at the International Study for Equitation Science (had no idea such a thing existed), from The Horse:
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    I still have some friends working at the main...

    I still have some friends working at the main Delaware paper, The News Journal, so I sent along the link to the EN story. Maybe the paper will do something as well for the weekend or in advance of...
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    And here I was, thinking we'd already answered...

    And here I was, thinking we'd already answered that question during the debate on top hats and hunt caps.
  20. Yay! You only get one first event; so glad it's...

    Yay! You only get one first event; so glad it's going to be Plantation!
    As for your own attire, this is a schooling trials and (unfortunately) the forecast is for rain and cold, so the most...
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    I think it's a fabulous idea, actually

    And I'm a bit surprised by the backlash.
    I completely understand that research needs to be done and the Schumacher thing seems to be speculation. However... can anyone seriously argue that the...
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    Should have said: Really thrilled for Erin...

    Should have said: Really thrilled for Erin Sylvester and Lauren Kieffer. Glad to see things coming back together in a big competition for Erin and her horse.
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    I'm sorry to hear that, but not particularly...

    I'm sorry to hear that, but not particularly surprised. Cause and effect? And the hard ground surely didn't help.
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    Was surprised/disappointed to read the guy...

    Was surprised/disappointed to read the guy sitting in second is on the same horse he completed WEG with less than two months ago. That seems ... aggressive.
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    WFP said he withdrew because he didn't want to...

    WFP said he withdrew because he didn't want to run on the hard footing. From Horse & Hound:

    William retired after fence four with his first ride, the 2013 winner Seacookie TSF, as he “wasn’t happy...
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