Type: Posts; User: Natalie A
Hoping we'll be able to watch on demand after the events as well - have it on my phone and plan to watch a little on breaks at work but would like to watch more of it if I can!
I fell off the other side getting a leg up once...
As a camper it at least used to have a nice Pony Club-ish series of levels campers could work through and pass. Loved having that goal during my camp summers!
I love dressage, but I'm priced out of para dressage (and high-level regular dressage, for that matter)! Love the horses I ride, but they aren't the amazing Warmbloods that everyone's riding.
Probably just not enough interest/US is too spread out to sustain a program. Too bad, as it looks like fun!
Link to these? Did a search and nothing turned up!
I need a version of the Soless visor that doesn't cost as much as my helmet! Need the clear instead of black or fabric. http://www.soless.net
If not that an under $150 wider-brimmed helmet!...
So I've been riding again for longer than my break from riding, so I'm not sure whether or not that "counts" as a re-rider in the grand scheme of things... but this spring has been great riding-wise...
I like the TaTa Tamer III from lululemon - it works for my narrow ribs with boobage. A lot of the other ones don't work for my combination of needs - and my size. It's pretty thin too under things...
I saw that and was really hoping it would be something like goop-remover instead of mascara...that's just crazy! Does it really even change anything they're being judged on in the model?!
This popped up in Facebook today. I do not need any more breeches... repeat, I do not need any more breeches... and my old Ariat half chaps and boots are still going strong... but so tempting!...
Thanks! (but alas, I can't justify a visor that nearly costs as much as my helmet did! Gotta wait for the knock-off, I guess!)
So in her latest adorable horse video, she has an awesome sun visor - anyone know who makes it? I'm super-sensitive to the sun because of eye issues and would I've a visor that gives a bit of...
That mare is just perfection (even with that rail)
Ugh. But yay for the USA women!
Love Veronica! Such a smooth beautiful round.
Try a different browser - that worked well when I was having issues on Friday.
Rain is really coming down now, if the audio is any indication!
My feed on Safari has been awesome today (and even yesterday on my phone at work).
How loud are those jumps mic'ed? Every rub or fall is such an overdramatic thump!
That has to hurt (emotionally more than physically).
I fly fairly often with my (legit, highly-trained) service dog (flew cross country last month and he was so well behaved that a flight attendant didn't notice him until 4 hours into the flight...)...
...hmm, wonder if dog supplements would count towards this :lol:
Bay Area Equestrian Network has a list of barns by area, although not all barns are on it: http://www.bayequest.info
I loved that Leonberger's antics, but even more the handler's good humor about it all. Perhaps the treats in the opposite pocket next time!
I'm a retriever person but grew up around a GSP every...
I've been laughing about that for the last few days after BAEN posted it... must send to my chicken-owning trainer!
Who designed the traditional Kerrits breeches and decided that women need brightly colored patches on each hip? (I know they look ok when you're on the horse, but they just look odd...)