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  1. I'm with Bluey

    Every gate is 16 foot. If one gets busted we know exactly what to do .......... go to the fence parts area and get another. They are all exactly alike.

    sixteen foot is also big enough to tie...
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    LF hits the nail on the head again

    LF rarely misses as far as I can see.

    Maybe you should ride with the cowboy more. Since we started team sorting back in Sept. we have definately become better horse people. We ride once or...
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    If memory serves

    I belive the landscape timber is a by-product of plywood manufacture. It is the core of the log from which the plywood veneer has been cut. There are two inherent problems. First this is the...
  4. Thread: Pony Size

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    disagree

    Well Thomas I agree with well over 90% of what you post but I am not on board with your suggestion that horses under 13 hands should not be allowed in CDE with somebody on the back step.

    It's no...
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    out of lurkdom

    Just had to put in my 2 cents worth here. And my own peril disagree with Thomas.

    First Sammi Orem made her mark in the world of CDE with her hackney pony, Pita. That under 13 hand single horse...
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    Post pounder

    Just my 2 cents. Forget digging. Find a driver. Posts may not be quite so perfectly straight but they are tight and fast.

    I bought my pounder back in the late 70's after it was used to...
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    Not pavers but still

    I recently visited a very nice barn that had a rubber floor. It appeared too be a sheet of material maybe 3/8 inch thick.
    It seemed to be layed like carpet in that there were joints but they cut...
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    hmm

    Gls said it pretty well. My friend, Ken McNabb, has nice video called "round pen basics." One of the first videos he ever made and it is very clear and simple IMO. Just google Ken McNabb to find...
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    central florida

    I'm not technically in Ocala. I'm about an hour north of there so it's a tiny bit colder. Florida is hot in summer but I've lived in central Miss. and it felt hotter to me. florida seems to pretty...
  10. Sorry

    Just my opinion but................ In my experience EVERYTHING changes with multiples. You just cannot tell until you hitch it up. The dynamics of the two or more animals are pretty...
  11. ho hum

    Hate to say it but after dd'ing the whole herd and doing some of the real bad ones 3 times instead of just twice I still have the bad ones tearing out their manes and tails.

    Not near as bad as...
  12. Thread: Unique Barns

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    Link not working

    Just go to www.DimarCaspians.com and navigate to photos>people and places.


    Dick
  13. Thread: Unique Barns

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    I'm proud

    I'm pretty proud of my barn now very near completion.

    Photos here: javascript:freshPane www.robrick.com/files/dimar/image_100.jpg','DiMar Caspians',800,600,0,0
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    Yes and no

    Dale LF's chore wagon makes perfect sense to me but the mini cart makes no sense at all.

    Looks to me like that caster wheel would flip from side to side at every rock and stump.

    LF's wheel...
  15. 10 year old

    You may see a photo of Sophie here. http://www.robrick.com/dimar_caspians/horses/horse_information.asp?ref=26

    Nice soft eye I'd say.

    Dick
  16. no problem

    Mrs Kearleydk announced yesterday that I should teaching her Hanoverian dressage horse to drive. Thanks. I needed another job.

    I like this mare and expect her to be a beautiful driving horse...
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    wow

    I'm amazed at how much discussion, heat, and maybe even rancor this simple search for some info has stirred up.

    I asked a pretty straight forward question because: A, I have ponies. B, I am...
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    We did it

    We ran the scurry course. It was a blast!!!! My experienced competitor was saying "move the cones tighter together" and I was saying "no just go faster."

    Didn't mean to imply the singles...
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    thanks Thomas

    The more you know the more you know you don't know. One question leads to another.

    I get the impression that scurry has a major "demonstration" aspect to it. Teams are known well in advance and...
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    AND ??????????????????

    Thomas while you are jousting back and forth with those that immediately want to change the rules to suit their individual situation I still don't know how big a scurry field usually is. Big as a...
  21. Thread: Picnic Drive

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    Ha Ha

    I got to see Sammi's new carriage first. She stopped by on the way home to run a few cows at Cowboy Eddie's. We were all pretty tired so it was a slow night for the cows. we worked on the angles...
  22. Thread: Picnic Drive

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    still working

    Bess and Lenice spent the afternoon again marking trail. should be no excuse for getting lost.

    At the end of the day I set a cones course based on the British scurry driving layout. should be...
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    Other folks working

    Bess and Lenice spent all afternoon putting signs on the long trail. Mary and Sami did the same on the short ttrail which is now routed and measures 2.24 miles.
  24. yip

    Time does fly doesn't it? Congratulations and keep up the good work.

    You'll like this. We won at team sorting again last night. Team Dick, Annie, and Sammi rocks. Will soon lose Sammi,...
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    Trails

    Now I've got the difficult route planned. Came out at 3.85 miles. Today I map out the easy route.

    Scrambling to make the Church/Barn presentable. Much cleaning and painting there. However...
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