Type: Posts; User: Janet
I have a family picture, taken just before we left England in 1956.
I still have the kilt I was wearing inthe picture, and the dress my mother was wearing in the picture.
I also have lots of...
Personally, as an eventer:
Now if you are riding a young or difficult horse.
Now if it makes YOU feel safer.
Otherwise, about a month before you ride in a situation that requires it (show,...
I am pretty sure that at one Olympic Games the ENTIRE US Jumping Team was LGBT.
That part is easy.
At the time they collected the sample at the second show, the results from the sample at the first show had not yet been released. Let alone been through a hearing.
I am not disagreeing with you, but can you point me to where the USEF rules say the rails "must be able to fall individually and freely"?
I found JP123.4 "They and/or their components...
Stewards don't get "salaries". They are paid by the day by show management, so I am not sure what you mean by "we all pay this person's salary". Also not sure what you mean by "a superior".
That is a fan.
The Eventing rules say that
I can strongly recommend Colin Fraser, just west of Warrenton.
I "started" Tiara myself (as a 3yo), but we ran into a roadblock getting past the "walking around with a rider on...
All that would happen is that the horses would "show under a different barn name", nominally owned by someone else.
IIRC, course designers are discouraged from using "options" at the lower levels on the basis that "If it needs an option, it is not appropriate-for-the-level in the first place".
Correct, you do NOT need a stock tie with PIN
No, it is NOT considerd a "Three Day Event". It is a Horse Trials, regardless of how many days it runs over. For US National competitions, it is...
When asked, one of the PTB, who is involved with the rule writing, said "you can not get much more conservative than black".
But that does not mean that every official shares that opinion.
Follow the link in post 17
Multi-Day, BN - Tr
One day, ANY level
For 2016 it has been extended to multi-day events at the lowe levels.
The definition _I_ know for "windsucking" only applies to MARES. And only when they are galloping.
Do you mean he is cribbing?
Unless it is an extraordinary rule change (and there is no justification for that unless FEI requires certified vests), the earliest it would go into effect would be Dec 1 2016, for the 2017 rule...
I understand that is still the case with some West Coast Events.
Not sure where you are quoting from, but the USEA article says
Pony is doing its first full HT next weekend. Did a Combined Test yesterday, IIRC.
For RULES, you need to go to the USEF web site.
The rule changes approved at the USEF annual meeting are listed here
Apparently what is common in California is NOT common in Virginia.
Two trains of thought.
First, my own experience, second , thoughts on what you have said.
I am over 60, and wear "XL" britches.
A couple of months ago I went to an "A" show (Warrenton Pony)...
Music (29) has a swayback, and has also lost a lot of flesh around the withers, while still having a wide back
I use a foam half-pad with an extra layer in the front. I forget who makes it. maybe...
My "easy keepers" all find it palatable.