Type: Posts; User: Tha Ridge
Only TWO non-US riders in the top 10! How great for US eventing.
At least 2nd and 3rd for Lauren and Maya... Way to go, ladies!
Great job, Maya! I've always had a soft spot for little feisty horses. I'd take that one!
Yay for Lauren! The show jumping this year has been way, way better than I remember watching in years past.
I asked the same question. Gina also mentioned earlier that a lot of riders aren't lining it up properly—they're beginning their turn in the air, rather than riding a straight line to the base.
Lillian Heard is one of my favorite 3DE riders to watch show jump... Lovely riding.
I think she even apologized to him for something first, LOL.
H/J rider here, so perhaps I'm missing something: what's up with that first fence? Looks like most riders are turning a stride before...
Urgh, I love, love, love him, but he really doesn't want to help her out sometimes. :no:
Bunnie's reaction was very sweet. :)
I quoted you because I was agreeing with you. You had quoted JP's above comment, but this forum doesn't do nested quotes.
Yep. We'll have to agree to disagree, JP.
"That woman" is Karen O'Connor... Arthur has a long, long history.
I love Arthur, but it just breaks my heart that, like Karen just said, for every great moment he has, there's been a moment where he's let Allison down too. Sigh.
Hmm, I think I'd ride it conservatively and focus on avoiding jumping penalties.
My heart is in my throat for Allison and Arthur right now... I can't imagine how nervous she must be having to wait all day to go.
I think so.
:confused: Really? Is that necessary?
She just fell. :(
I know Way Cool sometimes doesn't like to play indoors. I think that's why they skipped Washington with him and probably Harrisburg too.
I'm so glad that I'm not crazy! I was so confused.
Will you get off me already? You have a problem with me, I get it. You need to get over it.
I've said—multiple times—that I don't know the Lohmans and have no bone to pick with them personally....
Well, I think what findeight was getting at is that what you describe is legal and within the realm of the rules, the current way they're written—I'm referring to "owning" an A/O horse for a year or...
Sigh. Did you even read past the first page? This was never, ever the problem, as Janet points out. (As a competitor in A/As myself, I'm well aware that you can show a horse you don't own.)
If he's not getting paid, he could still be a working student.