Type: Posts; User: alicen
If I were a brilliant rider, I wouldn't give a fig about a 1/60 of a second photo or the impression it made on 100% perfect position obsessed riders, most of whom don't ride at an FEI level.
Apparently, Cotton is unaware that Tehran is the capital of Iran.
He also probably thinks that they speak Latin there.
He wasn't being ridden in a competition.
So sad to have the greats taken out of the public domain - like ferreting away great works of art from museums into private collections.
The bad thing is getting used to dismounting from a height and then dismounting from a considerably lesser height and you feel like your knees are going to go through your chin.
That's not herding cats. This is herding cats: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_MaJDK3VNE
You'll have to wait another 35 years or so to answer that question.
If I were the Iranians, I'd sign an agreement just to spite him.
Because there is a history of the U.S. trying to broker peace in the Middle East, excepting the shocking and aweing of Iraq . It's a tough job but somebody has to try and do it, considering the...
Executive agreements - agreements between heads of state: http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2015/03/10/treaties-vs-executive-agreements-when-does-congress-get-a-vote/
Bingo! I'm amused to no end that even though I linked an article to the (conservative) National Review that readers missed the point, albeit "unbecoming."
Pauses like a dressage horse?
Well done, SheckyG. That about wraps it up.
Hmm! I've never before contemplated dogs' religious choices.
This is helpful in clarifying the process of a Presidential Agreement: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/415104/gop-senators-open-letter-iran-first-step-andrew-c-mccarthy
Do they test for alcohol in horses?
Of course, one might like to lounge a really tense horse.
Is that secured with baling twine? http://www.katu.com/news/local/Clackamas-County-family-says-sheriffs-deputy-shot-and-killed-beloved-pony-for-no-good-reason-294958641.html?tab=gallery&c=y&img=3
Thank you. I always wondered why I got confused when writing those words - clearly the fault of Dickens, Thackery, and Austen.
The less wide the horse, the easier it is for the leg to hang straight down. This is more noticeable depending on the height of the rider. Sigh
Critisizing the critic is a standard ploy for defending one's self against criticism.
CH's GP ride: http://topdressage.tv/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=190&t=9076
At 00:29, hence the name Nip Tuck?
Are there no Middle Eastern dressage riders?
Up can also be an adverb. Therefore, it would modify the verb "put".