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  1. SJ before XC de-emphasizes SJ, it's importance,...

    SJ before XC de-emphasizes SJ, it's importance, and theres a cumulative detrimental impact to all jumping phases. In training hours this often translates to more time spent on the Dressage phase,...
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    Great to see 250 entries & this event doesn't...

    Great to see 250 entries & this event doesn't host a BN level, so, that seems like a fantastic number :yes:
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    Maybe the Germans are testing their idea on...

    Maybe the Germans are testing their idea on riding in the Olympics over two XC courses 2 weeks apart ON THE SAME HORSES :( Always thinking ahead they are, so maybe they are in the testing phase...I...
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    This is so silly. I would not want to subject my...

    This is so silly. I would not want to subject my horse to this type of thing. Its like a relay-race gone haywire.

    SJ on the final day is what encourages people to watch the final phase. XC...
  5. Yes, sadly those platelets...buggers! Swellings...

    Yes, sadly those platelets...buggers! Swellings look funny when they have blood 'problems'. Yours have petechia?

    Azathioprine is a chemo tx. It's really what helped us get back on track.
  6. Area 1 had a very long winter. I vote for rust. ...

    Area 1 had a very long winter. I vote for rust. Postponed a lot of potential XC schooling opportunities & subsequently early HT outings that may have been unrated. I personally feel I'm not ready...
  7. So, yes, I had a horse go through this. A month...

    So, yes, I had a horse go through this. A month in the hospital. Then at least 6months of subsequent blood testing & rehab. Dex, azathioprine, doxy/tetracycle, banamine...for months...
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    If it was an Area 1 event, I will say yes it's...

    If it was an Area 1 event, I will say yes it's been a long winter. The horses spent a lot of time indoors & I've noticed some horses a little spookier than normal hacking & leaving their friends. I...
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    Well, that's also true: "Boots—black, brown,...

    Well, that's also true:

    "Boots—black, brown,
    field, jodhpur or a black or brown full grain smooth leather leg piece and matching leather
    boots. Chaps and/or half-chaps are not allowed."
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    I was disappointed in the article because its...

    I was disappointed in the article because its just - not how I want my leaders representing. Stuck in the past. The mentality of simply 'fixing' vs. innovating is not what I expect leadership to...
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    Thank you for the input. Are they really...

    Thank you for the input. Are they really flexibile? Is the neoprene like a typical Woof boot or similiar to the Premieres? That material is great for my thin skinned types, while the Woof &...
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    Veredus E-VENTO Event Boots -

    Anyone care to share their review? How is the neoprene for sensitive skinned horses? How are they holding up? Sizing - how big are the Larges? Looks like BOB has them, seem like an intersitng...
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    Those are very different stallions. Dakota true...

    Those are very different stallions. Dakota true to that line has a shorter leg, neck, and back, while Limoncello is longer-lined & leggier. So, I guess you get to choose which way you'd like to go...
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    And the entire point of this thread - and many...

    And the entire point of this thread - and many others - but let's not think anything will come of it. Experience tells us this is likely a vain attempt to save face.
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    Another horse dead this weekend. One more is...

    Another horse dead this weekend.

    One more is too many. People ought to get their heads out of the clouds. Disturbing.
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    Complacency much? And are those 'facts' the only...

    Complacency much? And are those 'facts' the only problem with the sport? You can spin numbers a million ways; maybe many FEI riders are not familiar with that. Completely possible. But you are...
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    I did a google search & of course it directed be...

    I did a google search & of course it directed be back to some interesting discussion on thiis position, as well as great stuff from the auhorities on XC & galloping...I would say that yes, Jung's...
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    While Pilot does have his place - oy - he's not...

    While Pilot does have his place - oy - he's not one I would double-up on:

    http://www.horsemagazine.com/thm/2010/08/pilot/
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    What a wonderful spirit & a lovely soul. May her...

    What a wonderful spirit & a lovely soul. May her generousity continue to inspire others.

    RIP dear 'scubed' aka Seema.
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    Baroque - do you know the reasoning behind this?

    Baroque - do you know the reasoning behind this?
  21. I ride 1 2-3x a week right now...& I sent 'my'...

    I ride 1 2-3x a week right now...& I sent 'my' horse off to training to allow me to focus on my career & new family a bit more. I wasn't too happy that I had to make that decision, but, there's only...
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    Has anyone else noticed some US riders galloping...

    Has anyone else noticed some US riders galloping around in a different position than Jung or other classical stylists? A straighter knee & leaning on the horses front end almost?
  23. People chatted in the bleachers during a GM...

    People chatted in the bleachers during a GM clinic :eek: I am embarrassed for the folks at Windurra for that, though I'm sure GM knows it was out of their hands. Still, as a host I'd be furious,...
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    I agree; and think that it played a factor in...

    I agree; and think that it played a factor in weeding out the horses that just weren't meant to event at the ULs. Would the horses that are breaking down so easily, having cardiac problems, and...
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    But, a Storm Cat grandson has other blood in his...

    But, a Storm Cat grandson has other blood in his viens. It is entirely possible Pure Prize throws difficult children, and it is not Storm Cats fault. There are sires that throw difficult.

    And of...
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