Type: Posts; User: FlightCheck
Totally different persepective - I am happy to support "need some help" up and coming RIDERS who are horsemen first, and riders second.
So, if I were to participate in a syndicate, the horse...
Trying to save a trip to Ocala - is anyone passing by EMCO who could pick up some (already paid for) medications?
You already know the answer to that question.
pretty normal, except the $50 per ride - that seems a bit steep to me.
And if you are paying 875 for full training and that includes board, that is INEXPENSIVE in most areas.
I have often wondered about this, when seeing someone who has won/competed at X level totally leaving the horses behind.
For me, it starts with the horse. When I can no longer ride or own my own...
Just wanted to give a shout out to Robin Bass, our area adult rider coordinator, and to Leslie Law for a wonderful clinic at Rocking Horse this past weekend!
Great clinic, wonderful facility...
I asked this question this weekend at the Leslie Law clinic - I always have to pick places to trot on the BN courses, or have to circle after the second-to-last fence (yes, I know my rulebook :)
the only reason I watched was to see him skewer people.
I hate it when 2 good activities are on the same weekend!
No, because I am finally getting to do the Adult Area III Clinic!!
Very reasonable - especially the turnout!
Our (rescue) hound puppy came to us with a broken leg, and had to have a rod on the inside of her right hind leg for several weeks.
One of the things we did was to put our Dalmatian...
EVO (droid) owner here.
User friendly - check
GPS friendly - check - whether it is "find Chinese" or turn by turn - great!
weather - love it - especially since at Rolex last year, the...
Putting flame suit on
For God's sake, woman, PRESS CHARGES! You are afraid of him, in fear for your life and the lives of those you love - grow up and stand up for yourself.
These types do...
Although even I cannot figure out for the life of me how we made the playoffs this year.
But I'm enjoying the ride while it lasts.
only good thoughts and prayers for you and yours. This could be any one of us - either now, or in the future.
Lori T, you abandoned me!!
Won't be there for the first derby (at Poplar), but will be at the second
Up (the/your) Alley for more formal food...mmm
what's the name of the bakery/sandwich shop in downtown Aiken run by the group of ladies....on the opposite side of the road from the Alley, about 1...
welcome...how long will you be down here?
And yes - bring warm clothing - and rain gear, because our cold fronts are lead by cold, driving rain instead of snow.
You are coming at a great time...
many trainers in the area have permission to school Longwood, but it is "closed to the public"
Also, several in the area have some xc fences on their properties if you are actually taking a lesson
could someone explain to me the stirrup leather thing? I'm interested in trying that myself, but can't quite visualize how the stirrups stay on, since I keep visualizing them sliding off the end...
Huh. My damn Super Bowl party will be where it was last year - in some airport bar :(
Unless the Bears manage to get in. Then I'll stay an extra night at Poplar and yell at the hotel tv all night...
well done - and thank you for the update.
My 2 polypads have lasted over 5 years with a LOT of use on multiple horses.
As someone else said, depends on the horse and the saddle as to whether I use them.
They soak up a LOT of...
or purchase a saddle BLANKET (aka western) pad bag.
For shows, I have a rubbermaid plastic "thingie" which is just big enough for 3 pads - hard to describe, but it is a clear plastic container...
I am absolutely delighted that Winston is home with you, Sue. Thank you for rewarding him with a wonderful "retirement".