Type: Posts; User: beesknees
*waaaaahhh sob* I want celebrity parents!
10, 15 at the most.
Oh man, the photo where he's umm, making a "look what I can do" jump is hilarious! Great job with everything, looks like you both had a lot of fun!
Sue Me love, want, wish..sigh!
Oh and Power of Surprise, pretty!!
Telfa Pads (non-stick gauze pads)
Wonder Dust (or similar product that is good for slow healing cuts to avoid proud flesh)
good bandage scissors
M-T-G (little bottle is fine)
If you can imagine, the land of beaches and warm weather, Australia is on its way to taking that title! :lol:
OMG your leg is amazing! :eek:
You're my "no-stirrup" hero ahha!
Just wanted to bump up...I wanna hear some more updates! :)
Holy detective work--high five!
I wouldn't recommend lemon juice or peroxide as it will most likely cause an uneven fade or just bleach it way to much ahha! Also, as others have mentioned, the sun does some major destruction to...
Sorry this is a bit long, but you can skip the background and just get down to the general question below which I've underlined for convenience and readability. :D
Please continue to do these live webcasts for us! I really enjoyed watching! Thank you!!
Peridot had a refusal where Ebony did at the hedge
Sam Adams knocked a log down on the last jump, otherwise pretty good round...this is a nice tricky course...I want to ride it!
poor Peter tonight!
I did like the horse pooping comment haha!
that's fine, but she doesnt need to count each horse's strides for me and I'm also watching it from a monitor, but after the first ride *I* knew that the squirrel tales weren't until later
okayyyyy I'm so glad the commentator is counting strides for us AND doesn't remember the course at all lol! uggg, *muted*
they are having live feed tomorrow as well starting at 6:00 pm ET
The announcer just said that TB's are much more antsy and that's why they're race horses and not hunter derby horses...common haha!
i was wondering about the oil--thanks Bandit!
yes I also think 6' is correct. which is why a one stride is 24 feet normally--12 for the stride and 12 for the landing and take off
I leased my horse for a year before buying him and it worked out very well for everyone. Just get death/injury insurance and have a good contract that protects everyone and the horsey :)