Type: Posts; User: PINE TREE FARM SC
Sea Accounts has similar pedigree as Sea Lion including the line to Graustark. In Sea Accounts case the line is one generation closer.
Also, Sea Accounts is ATA approved as well.
If I am away at a show there is no discount in the board while I'm away BUT
The farm provides Hay and grain at the show at no charge. After all, I've already paid for that as part of the board bill....
You said I guess in show jumping, the "fixed object" would be a rail.
I guess that's not what you meant to say?
Rails in show jumpng are not 'fixed objects'. In Eventing the jumps are solid and the horse rotates or flips over the fence because the jump does not give way.The difference is show jumping rails...
When I lived in NY my homeowners ins company 'suggested' I obtain a separate equine liability policy. Got the policy from Markel. It was inexpensive especially considering how much homeowners...
I've had adriamycin. One more time, the Oncologist stongly suggested not to get a port. Normally you can have only 8 sessions with that drug lifetime and 4 the first go round so it's not like that...
Most of the shows or show facilities that are requiring bio security are A or AA multi day shows.
In many cases there will be multiple horses showing so the farm call will be shared.
If you are the...
I'm sending a horse to 4 Seasons Show.
I applaud them for taking an active stance after some of the Florida shows treated this as a joke.
And if you're paying $100 for a health cert you need to...
Sorry about your mare.
However I disagree about no equine interaction being the worst.
I have a horse that was raised as an orphan. He had to be separated from other foals because he was...
You miss the point.
The idea is to win, not ride well. And the 'speed freaks' do not do well in optimum time classes.
Yes, there is a USEF rule that allows you to bring in bedding, feed, use your own vet or farrier. GR 1216.7
But read the rule carefully. It mentions local law and contract requirements.
I'm involved with a show assoc in NY that is made up of 75 USEF rated shows.
We have been asked to include a new 2'6" jumper division.
Our response was only if all the classes are optimum time.
You can go back a LOT further than 7 years on USEF.
If the horse showed in a rated division you can look up those pages back to 1999 by manipulating the URL.
Once you find the horse on the division...
Right and add Tatra, Newsprint and the Chapot's to that list.
Sea Accounts has won his last two starts which were at Preliminary. I believe he will be moving up to Intermediate in the near future.
He has several offspring competing in Eventing, one at the...
It is fashion.
In the 60's and early 70's brown boots were in.
And in the 60's some women showed in jods and jod boots.
Trends run in cycles.
And if you come to visit in Aiken I'll be glad to introduce you to one of the 'Cybabies' who has done well as a Hunter. In 2012 we went three for three in the JC. T.I.P competition. Winning high...
USEF has had a rule for some time that allows an exhibitor to bring in their own feed and bedding.
"7. Subject to local law and contract requirements, any owner or trainer stabled on the grounds...
Yes and there are eventers showing at both the rated AA and the unrated shows.
Three day events in Aiken and nearby.
And lots of other fun equine stuff. This Saturday is the spring jump race meet (...
Sea Accounts won again today. Preliminary in Norman OK. 2nd win in a row.
On Long Island, NY within 50 miles of NYC you can find barns for $500. No indoor but good outdoor, usually with resident trainer who does USEF rated shows.
Similar arrangements are available in the...
Looks like the OP is in Zone 3.
Here are those specs.
2013 Zone 3 Specifications (DE, Washington DC, MD, NC, VA, WV)
In accordance with GR 1111.4: Contiguous states are: GA, KY, NJ, OH, PA, SC,...
If it's a yearling showing then FEI regulations are not relevant.
More likely to be Hunter Breeding or DHSB breeding which operate under USEF rules.
The withdrawal time is:
I think you missed the point ( again).
Why would I pay for bedding when my trainer supplies it for free?
If you want to pay that much for trainer fees go for it but understand that many trainers...
On the east coast the prices you quote are seriously overstated.
I usually have three young horses showing at a time.
No way I'd be doing that if I paid what it seems to be costing you.