Type: Posts; User: altjaeger
There is "death wobble" which many trucks with oversize tires can experience and then "THE death wobble" which applies to F250s and F350s made from 2005-2009, with stock tires and suspension. Which...
The death wobble is pretty well documented:
She said the photo on her Iphone was tiny.
So, just to be clear, are you saying a foal from an approved Hanoverian dam and sire can be rejected for registration?
I know some will be offended by that, but for those of us with a dark sense of humor, that is SO funny! :lol:
I PMed you some information.
Oh, speaking of John Deleyer:
John Deleyer at Brandywine Valley Horse Show
NHHP is north of The Woodlands! I just google-mapped that and it is 42 miles one-way.
John Deleyer *is* a great guy and a personal friend, but that drive -- just too far IMO. There must be some good trainers down where you are.
I found this:
I WILL take a look at the Alexander method but before I do that let me further explain what I was saying.
My point is that some people's shoulders naturally reside in front of their body (and...
I'm skeptical of the whole idea, although I don't doubt that it forces your shoulders back. BUT, after looking at lots of shoulders in my life, I've noticed some peoples collar bones are...
OP, why not also consider trail riding and endurance riding?
That IS cool. And all I need to do that is a 201 Forerunner?
Exactly what kind of neat stuff? I want to be able to interface with google earth, somehow, and place my route on top of it.
I agree with OverandOnward. Not to knock your riding, but it sounds as if his previous owner was a better rider than you are and your horse has gradually lost his confidence in you to get him over...
OP, what do you mean when you say they don't have hunter/jumpers across the pond? Do you mean they don't have separate hunters and jumpers? Just what DO they have?
I just read that in 1984 the number of entries was limited to 40 and that resulted in a record number of finishers that year: 23.
I wish we had the full list from 1839. I am just learning about British steeplechase racing; apparently, not finishing was sort of expected in earlier times. In 1928, only 2 horses finished and...
The article has been updated to note that the horse is owned by a gypsy. Apparently they are notorious, since they don't own any land, for allowing their horses to graze on public rights-of-way.
People keep saying this, but a lot of the bad stallions are race horses. It doesn't make sense that race horse owners don't know what they are doing.
I am going to hijack my own thread now.
Have there ever been any attempts to neuter fillies or mares to make them calmer? I realize surgery would be required, but with modern surgical...
Um, no, it doesn't. In fact it is the mostly wide read online newspaper in the world. They DO have lousy reporting, and rely on the commenters to be their proofreaders, but it is a step up from the...
5, I am not a psychologist, but I read somewhere that humans have "baby memories" just like they have baby teeth. This baby memory is replaced by the adult memory at about age 4. I actually have a...
In the U.K., they have public pathways that go thru pastures. The article doesn't say whether this is the case here or not, but it COULD be.