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  1. Thread: Stirrups?

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    Stirrups?

    Never mind
  2. Thread: Rider position

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    I second BeaSting's post!!

    I second BeaSting's post!!
  3. Thread: Rider position

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    As a former Western rider who showed horses in...

    As a former Western rider who showed horses in Stock Seat competition and also reiners, proper position is very similar to the correct dressage seat - which has been my discipline for the last dozen...
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    I sent you a PM. The zipper stops halfway up the...

    I sent you a PM. The zipper stops halfway up the shaft and won't go further. I cannot force it past the spot and must re-zip over and over until it goes up. I know this isn't going to have a good...
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    Dover customer "service"??? UPDATE

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    This must be the fastest satisfaction turnaround I've experienced through social media! A Dover employee saw my post and reached out to go above and beyond to help me. They are sending me a...
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    I have a 15.3 Iberian with a flat/straight/short...

    I have a 15.3 Iberian with a flat/straight/short back and moderate wither. He takes a 72/75 blanket. He goes well in the Bates Innova. My last Iberian who was much wider shouldered, almost no wither...
  7. Gelding's owner was too close. And if the mare's...

    Gelding's owner was too close. And if the mare's owner was there grooming/tacking up her mare and the other rider led a horse near, what difference would that have made. A horse can kick in an...
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    I've always been taught heat is good for muscles....

    I've always been taught heat is good for muscles. BOT products for large muscle groups in humans, animals, etc. makes sense. Ceramic fabrics hold in heat to help speed warming. Would NOT want that in...
  9. If he falls onto the outside rein/shoulder, that...

    If he falls onto the outside rein/shoulder, that means you don't have enough outside rein OR you have too much inside (which forces him heavily onto the outside) which then overwhelms the outside...
  10. Thanks! Yes, some of our spring events are quite...

    Thanks! Yes, some of our spring events are quite chilly. I do have a dark Kerrits form fitting jacket that zips and almost looks like a show coat, but with a stand-up collar vs. a lapel collar and...
  11. Schooling show attire on a budget: Essentials list

    Hi all, after not showing for over a decade, some pals have convinced me to try a 3-4 schooling shows this year. I may do 1 rated show in the fall, but that is a looongshot!

    I have a dressage...
  12. There are horses poorly conformed with a low-set...

    There are horses poorly conformed with a low-set neck, but there isn't the horse born with a ewe-neck, those are created by bad riders who "rein-ride". When you know how to school the horse to lift...
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    My horse is schooling PSG and what I've learned...

    My horse is schooling PSG and what I've learned the last few years is that the quality/how he does his work is the more important than what or how long we work. I ride at a mainly jumping barn, so I...
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    I have 2 students with the Aachen Dressage with...

    I have 2 students with the Aachen Dressage with Genesis adjustable tree. I've ridden their horses in them as well. Very nice saddle for the money. Good fit and balance overall. This model is not...
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    My friend and I have dropped noseband bridles...

    My friend and I have dropped noseband bridles with no throatlatch. She showed last year without incident. I plan to show next season with mine.
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    Based on all the feedback here, and a brief ride...

    Based on all the feedback here, and a brief ride in the T8 in October, I recently orderd the newest T8 with the R bar and round cantle. The S bar fit my horse pretty well and I was still trying other...
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    Tons of great advice and tips in these posts. Use...

    Tons of great advice and tips in these posts. Use whichever one helps you connect with your horse the best. But as a trainer once said, "Ride the stride, not the fence". We get so focused on the...
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    I am one of those riders with significant hearing...

    I am one of those riders with significant hearing loss since childhood. I LOVE the wooden circle or square that is red on one side and green on the other. Yes approaching the judges box and telling...
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    My take: how thorough your PPE is should NOT be...

    My take: how thorough your PPE is should NOT be based on the price of the horse, after all, sale price has nothing to do with the horse's health!! I know people who skimp (or skip) the PPE on a...
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    I have the Innova and love it...after owning many...

    I have the Innova and love it...after owning many other more $$ saddles. I didn't know it had CAIR until I started hearing about it. Me and my horse have no problems with it at all and we are working...
  21. I think she looks terrific! I didn't think she...

    I think she looks terrific! I didn't think she looked hot. Bombproof and a packer...maybe not. But I'd be coming over to try her if I needed my next eventer! I love 15.3 sized horses. Big enough to...
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    What about this one:...

    What about this one: http://www.dressageextensions.com/ProductDetail.asp?KEY=16281
  24. I've introduced small jumps to my middle aged...

    I've introduced small jumps to my middle aged horse recently. I like to trot to small Xs so I don't get nervous, ahead, etc. Without a trot rail in front, my boy was jumping way too high vs. across...
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    Well, here's one for about $33.00 with $7.00...

    Well, here's one for about $33.00 with $7.00 shipping:

    http://www.amazon.com/Fulmer-Cheek-French-Link-Snaffle/dp/B00GJUB3L0
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