Type: Posts; User: xeroxchick
Ha! I cannot believe that someone thinks the same thing I do! But I won't come out and say it ; -)
I jump judge a couple of times a year as a favor to a friend, and those eventers seem to obsess...
Lexol leather cleaner and plain ol Lexol. Platinum Performance suppliment. That's all.
I hunt and have hunted many QHs.
I want to also say that yes, most first timers don't realize everything going on with the hounds, so often start chatting when we are listening carefully. I also...
I love contemporary architecture, especially concrete with wood or stone, but for this complex to have ready-made stall fronts just doesn't go well.
I bet Donald Judd could have designed a killer...
My friend feeds hers saltines, wonder bread and marshmallows. They got so fat that the "pregnant" one with twins was actually obese. They run to you when you call them, though.
Oh, brilliant. I love it when people make a deal out of unfamiliar things and have to "show" it to their horse.
Go to this site:
You can place a bid for your job and read feedback/see pictures of the shippers. I have used this site and it was recommended by a friend and I was...
Love it! I have several pieces of vintage riding attire, some from my parents.
Waists! What is it with the waists back then? I have found that even when I get vintage dresses (great for cocktail...
My husband is a western rider (who fox hunted with me six times this year!) and subscribes to it, and I have to say, it is head and shoulders above these English riding magazines.
I don't know what they do now, but I remember a few years ago the huntsman was telling me about switching to raw and how much more energy the hounds had. He also told me something I found...
About sixteen years.
Don't staff have vertical stock pins?
Very cute! I do agree with Whiskey that rounding up cattle and hearding them to pens or sorting them is a heck of a lot like trying to get and move hounds.
Delta, in my opinion, to make that sort of comment on a public board about a horse observed participating in a very casual, fun-day was snotty when paired with the "Gods of Midland" comment. Midland...
Geez - it's a kid's pony for Chrissake. They've done that lightning bolt for years. Evidently it's the "eventers" who are snotty, not the "foxhunters."
btw, don't like any quarter marks or bling...
Have you tried a damp chamoix under the saddle pad? Fake fleece slips the very worst - never use that. I use a Fritz Theideman (Sp?) non slip contour pad and love it, but my saddles fit rather well...
The more somebody talks the less they know.
Only two people dressed for the Field Masters Chase and the Field Hunter class.
Sorry, but it's sort of like babies at Movies - if you can't afford a sitter you can't afford to go. Hire a babysitter to watch your baby. Just to dangerous for your child.
They all say something different and if they sell saddles watch out and run.
They usually are also expert massage therapists (how many hundreds of equine massage therapists are...
Anyone try a Duett? I think the breastplate with the elastic to the girth and pommel would be the ticket.
Boy, thank you for al the advice!! I am purchasing this horse and have not ridden him extensively, so thanks!!!!!!
It depends on how far you want to drive. There are some in AL/MS that are fast and friendly.
Anyone have one or do it?
Galloping around tight trails and tight turns might be a challenge if I don't find just the right fitting saddle, is what I'm thinking.
There have to be some...
How many miles are you talking about? How much of Foxhall is actually left? I was hoping the economy slowed down the development over there. Who is running it now?