Type: Posts; User: alicen
I suspect the mis-spelling of fowl doesn't help.
But there's nothing the matter with the way purée is spelled. Even the accent is correct.
At least the error was in French, and not the no-no some commit with "prix".
My computer has capricious tendencies. Is this thread really about a 23 second video of a horse's ears and mane shot while cantering on a beach?
It's an advertisement.
I've known a horse to go through a complete personality change when turned out with an evil mare and it wasn't a change for the better. Happily, when removed from that boarding situation and handled...
I dropped a leaner once. It took me months to oil the scrape out of the nose band.
I went in today, knowing I wouldn't get everything I wanted, but I did get squash ravioli and frozen mussels and the atmosphere was jovial with a feeling of camaraderie amongst the shoppers. Last...
I just realized that for Fox-Pitt to stay off his horse while galoping that he only has his leg on from the knee down which is less support for all his great height above.
Actually, after watching Laura Graves ride I thought about nothing except Laura Grave's riding.
I confess: I'm an American who never much bothers to watch or keep up with American dressage riders. I'll be watching Laura Graves.
À votre santé!
Ah, yes, the difference a comma can make. I, too, read it as a fall of 400 meters.
So exactly what is it that you mean by "transparency" ?
But what would one have the selectors do? Post their deliberations on this forum?
Meh...I'd trade it in for a horse anyday.
That's the way to side track a thread.
If he managed to hit his femure, I'm surprised he's still a stallion.
I thumbs upped you.
Oh come on people! As some else has pointed out, obviously Parra has some satisfied clients other wise he'd have no clients at all.
Please note piaffe work at 4:36 and 7:36. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOtOkL6FFAc
yoo whoo, OP, are you listening?