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  1. Thanks for all of the suggestions so far! Are...

    Thanks for all of the suggestions so far! Are there any shows in California that have a large number of entries on the HB division?
  2. Which shows have the most hunter breeding entries?

    I'm finishing up my judge's card and need to find a show that has a strong hunter breeding division (in order to be licensed for the hunter breeding division you have to judge at least 10 horses)....
  3. The reason I ask is that I have a 17 year old...

    The reason I ask is that I have a 17 year old broodmare that has been open for 7-8 years. She had a uterine culture and biopsy last summer when we got her. The culture was clean and biopsy was scored...
  4. Question about breeding older, open mares

    Is it more common for an older mare who has been left open for a few years to have trouble getting pregnant OR staying pregnant (losing foal anytime during pregnancy)?
  5. Poll: I've done USEF hunter judges clinic as well as...

    I've done USEF hunter judges clinic as well as non-USEF sport horse breeding judges clinics (emphasis on both jumpers and dressage potential in young horses). They have all been great but the best...
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    That sounds pretty normal to me. If I had to...

    That sounds pretty normal to me. If I had to guess, Anne's horse went close to the top of the order and had a so-so round. Then the 1st place horse who scored the 85 likely went shortly after. At...
  7. My biggest rule is that kids can not be left...

    My biggest rule is that kids can not be left unattended. We have had some parents who want to drop their kid off for 4-6hours (free babysitting!). Otherwise, I don't mind boarders hanging around all...
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    I have to say, I am pretty surprised at how many...

    I have to say, I am pretty surprised at how many people think GM has a big ego. I have been to 3 or 4 of his clinics and am always surprised at his lack of ego. When reminiscing about the past, he...
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    In my opinion, they soften or even deaden the...

    In my opinion, they soften or even deaden the feeling from the reins. The bit feels just doesn't has the same "response"- its less articulate or even blunted. On a sensitive mouth with an insensitive...
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    As someone who was there and voted on this, yes,...

    As someone who was there and voted on this, yes, this was a very one sided article that did not really reflect the tone of the discussion.
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    Okay, I'll chime in... I don't think anyone was...

    Okay, I'll chime in... I don't think anyone was opposed to having a bill of sale, but many people were opposed to having our governing body regulate that. There were also a lot of concerns raised...
  12. For hunters in zone 2? Probably not. For jumpers?...

    For hunters in zone 2? Probably not. For jumpers? Yes! Although, I wouldn't necessarily see that video and think GP prospect. More likely I would think that she would make a nice high ch/AA or low...
  13. I only have one to breed next year (a holsteiner...

    I only have one to breed next year (a holsteiner mare by Columbus who was last bred to Lordship) and have it narrowed down to either Lamarque or Casciendo. Maybe in a month or two I will have made my...
  14. I'm guessing since being poor and spending every...

    I'm guessing since being poor and spending every waking hour at the barn or show does not get boring, then being rich and doing the same would also not be boring!
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    I'm in Tulsa (we are a primarily hunter/jumper...

    I'm in Tulsa (we are a primarily hunter/jumper barn with some adult dressage riders), but may be able to suggest trainers to you in the OKC area. Feel free to PM me.

    It's true that dressage here...
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    I'm preggo right now so I bought a couple pairs...

    I'm preggo right now so I bought a couple pairs to ride in post-baby. I'm hoping if they are on the large side in the waist they should fit me!
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    Will the group be at the USHJA meeting? I would...

    Will the group be at the USHJA meeting? I would love to hear more (in person) about the group and their mission statement.
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    Just wondering, with 2 refusals, wouldn't the...

    Just wondering, with 2 refusals, wouldn't the time faults knock the rider down below the person with 2 rails anyways? I'm not sure I have seen anyone pull 2 refusals and not end up with some serious...
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    They did run the low jr class the day before the...

    They did run the low jr class the day before the children's class. So, she won the low jr then competed and won the children's. But yes, the definitely need to revise their cross entry rules.
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    I've shown horses in hand both here in the US and...

    I've shown horses in hand both here in the US and over in Europe- everywhere is a little different. But generally when talking about USEF hunter breeding classes...

    Attire- you can wear khakis or...
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    Agreed. At age 14 (actually by age 10 or 11), I...

    Agreed. At age 14 (actually by age 10 or 11), I was quite used to reading class specs and checking cross entry information. And definitely agreed that competing in children's after doing GP is pretty...
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    When used properly (key word here, properly),...

    When used properly (key word here, properly), there will be no delay in release with a chain. The chain only adds rigidity to the halter, it should not "bind" or tighten up when pulled on. Another...
  23. A couple things... I completely agree- chains...

    A couple things...
    I completely agree- chains over the nose, when used properly, are effective, safe and one of the best tools when working with green/young/high energy horses.

    I would have to...
  24. I don't think anyone could have stated it better...

    I don't think anyone could have stated it better than this.
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    http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/3...

    http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/342/296/b34.jpg

    This is a good summary of where this topic has gone...
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