Type: Posts; User: Bastile
sent you a message on AOL.
and the $$$$
thanks Blugal - that description sounds like a really severe bit.
if you have looked thru some of the pictures on EN of XC riders - the article is called Games Faces of 2014- what kind of bit is on the horse - Denis Mesples and Oregon de la Vigne.
another thread similar to this said the FEI tv coverage of the 2010 games was not that great . so is FEI the only way to watch it live?
sounds like heaven!
where do winery rides take place?
I mean do something like this - without the celebrities and the drama: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filthy_Rich:_Cattle_Drive
without my own drama - i've had bad accidents, i dont trust any horse,...
I need a big break from what i am calling the East Coast/english riding rat race. without going into detail, i need a break from ring work, thoroughbreds, "the Hamptons" type horse shows, barn...
yes i called them....they kinda gave me the run around but i will call again. i thought maybe there was a link somewhere. if by chance you find your copy can you let me know? thanks!
can anyone provide a link to the budget for the USEA? i looked thru their site and did a google search but didnt come up with much. i found info on the USET budget, but i specifcially wanted USEA...
have you had his back checked? when you got him did you do any pre purchase exam? sounds like back problems to me - saddle fit or something physiological.
looks like you and i are the only ones who recognize the brilliance of this work!!!
East of Eden by Steinbeck. Humanity at it's best and worst. But then anything by Steinbeck is just wonderful.
thanks you two last posters - great advice and very concise - which is what i need! yes - i have gone to book stores and have done searches and i get info overload! your advice is just what i need -...
i was wondering - what is the first step to getting a book published? besides writing it? where do authors start?
i know i am totally clueless - i dont even know what to ask!
i heard the Giver had poor reviews - any thoughts?
so when the horse is landing, and its fetlocks are flexing almost all the way to the ground - is that a sign of loose tendons, really good tendons that stretch?? is that the way it is supposed to...
not live but here are scores if that helps. we have been spoiled by some other great coverages!
darn - wish i had seen this sooner!
his owner has a farm in PA to which he could retire. she has owned other horses for KOC and they have eventually retired to her farm.
ah sorry - i've been looking for the same thing but i will be coming from the total opposite direction.
can anyone recommend somewhere to take western riding lessons close to Grove City PA - which is north of Pgh.
did you try this link: