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    Been there, done that. I went through the same...

    Been there, done that. I went through the same thing. Couldn't figure out why either.

    Anti-chafe powders didn't help. What really worked for me was "Body Glide Anti-Chafe." This is the stuff that...
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    Thank you! This has been most helpful. I'll look...

    Thank you! This has been most helpful. I'll look for a skirt that is a bit longer then. I have a pair of the SmartPak SmartSlims so that should work great underneath. Thanks again.
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    Oh, no, I don't have any trouble finding a split...

    Oh, no, I don't have any trouble finding a split riding skirt on the web, I just want to know if they are comfortable/practical to ride in. I am primarily wondering if they "ride up."

    Here's an...
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    Split Riding Skirts Anyone?

    I did a search for this and didn't find anything so I apologize if this has been posted before.

    So I am wondering, has anyone out there ever ridden in a split riding skirt? I am referring to the...
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    Ah-ha! After several hours of searching over a...

    Ah-ha! After several hours of searching over a few days, I found what I was looking for. If anyone is interested, here is the website: http://www.cumbrianheavyhorses.com/

    If you have experience...
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    Riding Vacation with Draft Horses

    I hope someone can help me out. I remember seeing a website about a stable that offered riding vacations and all they had was gorgeous draft horses. I cannot remember if it was Ireland or England,...
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    Why do I participate in Western dressage? To be...

    Why do I participate in Western dressage? To be honest, I am a fat, middle-aged scaredy-cat, and I just feel more confident and secure in my western saddle.

    I have ridden dressage for over twenty...
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    That's what I did. My mini came with a leather...

    That's what I did. My mini came with a leather harness and I've been replacing pieces as I can afford them. I love my Comfy Fit Deluxe collar. It's soft and supple and unless you really look, you...
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    Another great resource is the Lil' Beginnings...

    Another great resource is the Lil' Beginnings Miniature Horse driving forum: http://www.miniaturehorsetalk.com/

    As for the "stuff", I would first just purchase a mini bridle/bit (or caveson),...
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    Plainandtall - That is a great photo too!...

    Plainandtall -

    That is a great photo too! You're right, the angle of the photo is wonderful. I counted 33 horses/mules(?) in this one. It must have been spectacular event to see.
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    Now that's horsepower!

    I saw this photo when watching a documentary about wheat. I had to stop and rewind and count the horses. When I saved the photo to my desktop, it was labeled as a 26 horse wheat reaper. Now that's...
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    Newbie Question - Dressage Tests

    I have been cruising the ADS website and was looking at the dressage tests. What does Presentation on the Move (POM) mean? Or in other words, why are there two dressage tests for each? What's the...
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    Ugg! Why do I always have such great (expensive)...

    Ugg! Why do I always have such great (expensive) taste? :lol:
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    What kind of cart is this?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFIqOzdex3w&feature=related

    Hi all,

    First time posting to the driving forum! Everyone on this board seems so helpful. I am just getting into driving and looking...
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    Hi Daisey, I think you might still be a little...

    Hi Daisey,

    I think you might still be a little confused: 80 bpm is the same as 160 bpm. For the lower bpm (80) you are just counting one hind hoof (or diagonal pair) on the ground, or the beat...
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    No, no, your question is valid. Sitting here...

    No, no, your question is valid. Sitting here thinking about it, it is confusing. At 150 beats per minute (BPM), you are rising every other beat. Think of the song "Hey, Mickey" by Toni Basil. Your...
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    Per biomechanics rider, Colleen Kelley, walk...

    Per biomechanics rider, Colleen Kelley, walk should be about 95, trot at about 150, and canter at about 98. Link to article: ...
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    My oh-so-wise husband once said to me that even...

    My oh-so-wise husband once said to me that even pro-baseball players still work everyday on catching, hitting, running... "the basics!" That really hit home for me.
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    Lots of great suggestions here and please know...

    Lots of great suggestions here and please know you are not alone! I too have fear issues after a bad accident and have struggled with my canter and depart for years. I have tried all of the above...
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    Can anyone tell me why in most of the photos he...

    Can anyone tell me why in most of the photos he is holding his right rein upside-down? Is there any reasoning for it?
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    I have to agree with Horsepower and flyracing....

    I have to agree with Horsepower and flyracing. Writing from experience after a horrible accident, 15 years later, these videos freak me out!

    I will agree that different things work with different...
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