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    I also think the rule is made primarily to...

    I also think the rule is made primarily to prevent sandbagging. And I disagree with you that it is silly. It's a distinct advantage for a lower level rider to ride a lower level test on a confirmed...
  2. Deena's Mom specifically asked to see a horse 'at...

    Deena's Mom specifically asked to see a horse 'at liberty' showing the front hoof landing ahead of where the nose points. It has been shown. DM said it was physically impossible. Is she wrong or...
  3. I have several. 9010 Verbindend Loose Ring...

    I have several.

    9010 Verbindend Loose Ring Bradoon
    80155 Wide Low Gently Curved Ported Weymouth

    The reason I like these double bridle bits is not only because they are thin, but because they...
  4. Yes please. Deena's Mom said said it was...

    Yes please. Deena's Mom said said it was 'anatomically impossible'.
  5. For licensed shows, the Masters Awards include...

    For licensed shows, the Masters Awards include both AA and Pro. They are for age 60 and over. I haven't looked recently at who wins these awards, but the last time I did it was real 'masters' like...
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    What is shingle grit, and how much of that is...

    What is shingle grit, and how much of that is part of the 3-4" of footing?
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    Yes, one shot every 4 days for 28 days. That is...

    Yes, one shot every 4 days for 28 days. That is what is written on their site and with the packaging information. I am really curious about what is written on your label. If I were you, I would...
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    The horse is imo scared and nervous. It will...

    The horse is imo scared and nervous. It will take a long time under good riding/instruction to get this horse relaxed and performing good flat work. Does the owner have the skills, time, and desire...
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    I don't think burgundy looks good on a chestnut...

    I don't think burgundy looks good on a chestnut at all. Orange and purple? I don't think it looks good on a bay either. It looks good on black, grey, buckskin. Personally, I don't like to wear...
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    The buttons are black on the hunter coat. The...

    The buttons are black on the hunter coat. The hunter coat tails are not weighted. There may be other differences that I'm not aware of. Dummy me bought one off ebay w/o knowing there was a...
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    Could his back be some of the problem? Hock and...

    Could his back be some of the problem? Hock and stifle problems create back problems, rather than the other way around (usually). Your comment about the vet having trouble getting the needle in the...
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    I think stifle as well. She is hiking behind. ...

    I think stifle as well. She is hiking behind. She may also have front feet problems. Often, there are several things going on.

    I don't think this is something minor, sorry to say. I would put...
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    That's not manolo. It's Nuno Santos. Manolo...

    That's not manolo. It's Nuno Santos. Manolo doesn't look or ride nearly that good.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/rockandracehorses/14377188183/
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    You need to look at draft horse tack. Google it....

    You need to look at draft horse tack. Google it. I found several, but 19" is a strange size. They have 18, 20, 21. Here's a nice plain one. If you want bling, the draft horse tack site has some....
  15. I have read articles that claim that long...

    I have read articles that claim that long stirrups in a dressage saddle is a more secure seat, but I totally disagree. Once they buck you up out of the dressage saddle seat, you lose your irons and...
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  17. Thread: No-slip pads

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    I can see why one would think it would, but it...

    I can see why one would think it would, but it does not. I think the quality of pad you use makes a difference. I buy Seams-Right pads with the soft cotton-felt backing and they have a lot of...
  18. Thread: No-slip pads

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    Melanie, I have been using this pad for a few...

    Melanie, I have been using this pad for a few years. I'm on my 2-3 one. It really works and I've had zero problem with it. It goes on top of the saddle pad. It will mark the bottom of your...
  19. Thread: USDF bronze?

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    A long time ago, there was a rule that if you...

    A long time ago, there was a rule that if you entered a musical freestyle, you needed to have a qualifying score and you needed to send in a copy of your test with your entries. This was maybe 8+...
  20. Thread: USDF bronze?

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    I don't think that is true. What is your source?

    I don't think that is true. What is your source?
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    http://www.cahuilladressage.net/our-team/

    http://www.cahuilladressage.net/our-team/
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    Did Schleese not recommend their girth? They did...

    Did Schleese not recommend their girth? They did to me for my forward girth groove horse. I have the 8" one shown on this link.
    http://www.schleese.com/Girths

    With all these girths mentioned,...
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    At a time when we had to pay (I think $35) to...

    At a time when we had to pay (I think $35) to look at just the scores of one horse/rider, Centerline was a welcome thing. Now that USDF provides that information free for members, I now go there. ...
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    LOL, I have one like that, but he does it under...

    LOL, I have one like that, but he does it under saddle. I love the term 'fake poo'. I don't think it's a true pain problem at all. Once they start working and lift their belly muscle, they get the...
  25. For those getting board for ~$450 (or less), I...

    For those getting board for ~$450 (or less), I would like to see the breakdown of how much is spent on hay, bedding, and grain. Having my own farm, I know what it costs to buy good quality hay and...
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