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  1. Thread: Breeching

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    A shaft stop aka tug stop. Scroll down, they're...

    A shaft stop aka tug stop. Scroll down, they're at the bottom of this page http://www.bennettstack.com/jeraldwheels&tires.htm

    If your cart does not have shaft stops it was probably made back in...
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    As far as your harness if you were ever going to...

    As far as your harness if you were ever going to show in Classic Pleasure Driving at a Morgan show you would need to add a running martingale.

    Here are some examples of Morgan Classic Pleasure...
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    The short answer is you don't use breeching on...

    The short answer is you don't use breeching on this type of cart. You use shaft stops, and really these are show carts only ever intended to be driven on level surfaces, such as in arenas. This type...
  4. For Jerald basket carts and jog carts (and...

    For Jerald basket carts and jog carts (and Houghton, Serafin or other similiar carts) 96" is horse size and 88" is cob size.
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    There are three ways to run your lines to the...

    There are three ways to run your lines to the back pad, with some variables.

    The simplest would be a straight rein. For a straight rein you run your line from the bit, through the back pad, to...
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    The pulleys are for long lining in draw reins.

    The pulleys are for long lining in draw reins.
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    No problem, just clueing you in on the lingo, if...

    No problem, just clueing you in on the lingo, if you use that term when contacting a Saddlebred breeder or trainer you will probably get the whatever lady eye roll response :o

    But yeah, here are a...
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    FYI "big lick" is a Walking Horse term, not a...

    FYI "big lick" is a Walking Horse term, not a term we use in the Saddlebred world.

    The American Saddlebred Horse Association has a program called Mare Harmony that helps people who have mares they...
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    At one farm I managed I had to deal with the...

    At one farm I managed I had to deal with the neighbor's horses who would break the fence and come over to our property because they weren't being fed. I mentioned this to my Purina rep and feed store...
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    Good old polyester Kentucky jods are my favorite...

    Good old polyester Kentucky jods are my favorite thing to ride in. The high waist is more flattering on most women than all this low rise crap made for teenagers. You can wash them in the wash...
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    Nope, no magic formula of lines and angles. Just...

    Nope, no magic formula of lines and angles. Just takes training your eye!
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    You also learn to judge the horse's topline and...

    You also learn to judge the horse's topline and hind leg while the horse is walking and after it stops but before it parks out. From the Morgan section of the rulebook:
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    As a judge when you are judging Saddlebreds shown...

    As a judge when you are judging Saddlebreds shown in-hand you are allowed to ask the handler to stand the horse up square if you feel you are unable to judge the horse parked out. From the USEF...
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    There are lots of Saddlebreds available out there...

    There are lots of Saddlebreds available out there from individual owners and breeders who are marketing them as sport horses, rescues definitely aren't the only option. On Facebook look for the group...
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    Also Jonker just recently passed away. Fabulous...

    Also Jonker just recently passed away. Fabulous stallion.
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    Clout stood at Rooker Training Stables...

    Clout stood at Rooker Training Stables http://www.rookertraining.com/stallions/clout.html, and I believe he was either bred in Holland or that Vesty's bred him.

    To research KWPN bloodlines use...
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    Horsemen's Outlet in NJ- the consignment section!...

    Horsemen's Outlet in NJ- the consignment section!

    Fennell's in Lexington, KY- Saddle seat and harness racing tack and equipment and the BEST leather halters.
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    The blades that come with the Andis Progress cut...

    The blades that come with the Andis Progress cut about the same length as a #10 blade on an A5 clipper. It's a fine length for body clipping. Have no idea what that is in mm!
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    I think the "girl" riding him is his...

    I think the "girl" riding him is his breeder/owner. And riding an active breeding stallion in that setting is not the easiest thing in the world! For 2014 that stallion stands at 3-T Farm in...
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    If you dress like you are going to be in a Ralph...

    If you dress like you are going to be in a Ralph Lauren ad you'll fit in!
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    http://www.freedmanharness.com/freedmanharness/sta...

    http://www.freedmanharness.com/freedmanharness/stakenightdoublebridlexlblack.htm

    The nicest bridle you can get, really, and Freedman should be able to customize the size for you if you send...
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    The All American Cup? Very Big Deal! It's...

    The All American Cup? Very Big Deal! It's currently our largest prize money program. More info here http://www.allamericancup.org/pages/2013AACStallionTourVideos.html
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    Looking good! I'm sure you were told to skooch...

    Looking good! I'm sure you were told to skooch back in that saddle and also that we use the whip on the horse's shoulder, so carry your thumb on top of your hand, not pointing down with your whip...
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    This is a popular area for Saddlebreds. You can...

    This is a popular area for Saddlebreds. You can find stables here http://www.saddlebred.com/breed/stables.php and two barns I would recommend are ...
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    Oh and depending on what sort of dressage rider...

    Oh and depending on what sort of dressage rider you are you may hear the saddle seat trainer tell you to stop humping the saddle and sit still, just fair warning :P
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