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    Not just Full Gallop

    Also rode and so glad I didn't move my youngster up to Prelim this time out. I've ridden that Intermediate course a handful of times on my UL horse and the prelim course had 4 or 5 of the "normal"...
  2. Ride needed for 1 from Aiken to VA Horse Park for CCI this weekend

    Posting this for a friend: Needing a ride from Aiken, SC to Lexington, VA for the CCI this weekend. VERY well behaved horse (and rider). Please PM if you know anyone heading up to compete or will be...
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    If your horse can handle a sweet feed, I love it....

    If your horse can handle a sweet feed, I love it. My Dressage coach moved all his International horses over to OM500 from Ultium after seeing how well mine went and the quality of their coats. The...
  4. Thanks for the input! I was looking at Rubicon...

    Thanks for the input! I was looking at Rubicon because of it being run as a one day. Seneca sounds a lot like some of the events I had to decide whether to move him up at and was glad not to. Being...
  5. Good Move up to Prelim in Area 2 in June?

    Looking for a good move up to Prelim for my youngster in June... the further South, the better, since I'm in SC. Most events state "Average for horses with some experience at this level", but some...
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    I have fed Purina products for years and my...

    I have fed Purina products for years and my horses have done amazing on them. If prices are "alright", my first choice is Ultium. My hotter horses do well on it and hold weight well. Unfortunately,...
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    There are some amazing people out there selling...

    There are some amazing people out there selling horses and plenty of sketchy folks. Word of mouth seems to be the best way to go in terms of legitimacy. I just assisted in the sale of a phenomenal...
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    As someone who has ridden in the larger jumpers...

    As someone who has ridden in the larger jumpers (through level 7 in Canada) and Intermediate/2* level, I'd have to say the jumpers are FAR more scary than running round even the most technical...
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    There are quite a few phenomenal trainers in the...

    There are quite a few phenomenal trainers in the Aiken area. Many of us are willing to travel to surrounding areas, as well on occassion. Laura Wagner is a dressage coach that teaches in Grovetown (I...
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    I'm glad to see there are others out there who...

    I'm glad to see there are others out there who notice that fewer horsemen are being made. I went through Pony Club, never taking a single rating on my own horse and always rode what was available. By...
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    I never knew you had them! I just thought you had...

    I never knew you had them! I just thought you had absolutely perfect breasts! ;) And now... you're preggers.:) Missing you in Area 3!
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    Downtime... From all those at the gym I work out...

    Downtime... From all those at the gym I work out at [and worked at] I was told about 4-6 weeks before they were back running... Walking was painful for the first week-2 weeks, and as for having them...
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    I know a couple eventers who have implants. One...

    I know a couple eventers who have implants. One rider got them when we were in college and she hasn't appeared to have issues with them, although I haven't been in contact with her for quite some...
  14. If you haven't found a horse yet, please pm me......

    If you haven't found a horse yet, please pm me... I have a gelding who is a world class packer available.
  15. Where are you located? I've got connections...

    Where are you located? I've got connections pretty much throughout the country (thanks to living everywhere) and I'd be happy to give you some names to contact. I have a gelding that fits your bill...
  16. I somehow managed to be drug into being an agent...

    I somehow managed to be drug into being an agent via helping an ailing friend sell their mare. I've had a lot of people contacting me looking for horses and as one person mentioned, the expectations...
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    So long as the lessor understands that the horse...

    So long as the lessor understands that the horse is still for sale and it is written into the agreement that he/she has first right of refusal to buy the horse at an agreed upon price. Also, if they...
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    As an UL rider who doesn't jump a lot, I think...

    As an UL rider who doesn't jump a lot, I think there are two sides to this discussion. I say I don't jump a lot, but we do have a good school o/f once a week or every other week. My main UL gelding...
  19. Thread: summer camp

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    A great camp on the FL panhandle... week long and...

    A great camp on the FL panhandle... week long and with some phenomenal trainers!
    http://web.me.com/dreamacres/Dream_Acres_Equestrian/Camp.html
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    I was living and competing in Southern CA when...

    I was living and competing in Southern CA when diesel was $5.25-$5.50/gallon a few years back. My husband commuted an hour to work and our other vehicle was the Diesel truck, so we wound up...
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    [QUOTE=whicker;5560089]I'm going to muddle the...

    [QUOTE=whicker;5560089]I'm going to muddle the water. It depends on what the packer was doing and how calm he was when he did it.

    My first event horse was an incredible packer who had never...
  22. I agree... If you had just had your saddle...

    I agree... If you had just had your saddle reflocked and they were going to ride in it for weeks, that may be a different story, but a few short rides doesn't do that much damage. I have an Amerigo...
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    From past experience, the May event is designed...

    From past experience, the May event is designed more towards the Ami's looking for good goes, while the Feb and March shows tend to cater more towards the crowd down for the winter wanting to prep...
  24. My saddle is a +1.5, so considered a Medium-Wide....

    My saddle is a +1.5, so considered a Medium-Wide. I rode in it all last summer on a 17h Hannoverian who was built more like a draft cross than a WB.
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    I second what a wonderfully run event it was! My...

    I second what a wonderfully run event it was! My first time there in 3 years living in Area 3 and it was reminissent of my first recognized horse trial in Area VII a million years ago. Beautiful...
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