Type: Posts; User: SillyHorse
It means JoZ's friends obviously have information that the courts don't, and should step forward immediately to convey that damning information.:rolleyes:
He's quite the athlete, isn't he? :)
Mine, as well. OP said that new person came to barn recently, and almost immediately began to attempt to poach clients. If it's not unethical, it comes very close to the line.
Well, it sounds like those really were offensive, in or out of the dressage ring. :lol:
Everything's offensive! :lol:
I agree. I have often wondered what point there is in a reporter standing, in the dark, at 5 am, in front of the courthouse to talk about a story. It's a dumb waste of resources. I don't know,...
Oh, I'm sure someone somewhere made a video of a black man throwing a tantrum complete with fist clenching and head banging, said it was Obama, and wouldn't you know, it's a FACT!
See? Here's someone who came right out and admitted s/he would believe it. That's awesome!
A simple Google search will probably turn up some results. ;)
I've scribed a lot, and I have never experienced a judge who seemed to be "out to ding a rider." Even one man from California, a real piece of work and imperious in his attitude toward me, the lowly...
You can get heel lifts (and I recommend that you do) at Target, Walmart, Kmart, etc., for a lot less than from Mountain Horse.
This may not win the entire internet for the day, but it surely wins the dressage internet today. :lol:
No, just sad and speshul.
Very few people, even those who have been riding and jumping for years, have a beautiful, secure leg position. From what I've witnessed, not a whole lot even have a good, stable leg. It takes a lot...
Since, oh, NEVER. This one is not your friend.
I've read similarly-titled posts here where the "offender" was a bit odd, maybe a bit friendly, but had done nothing wrong, and people were grabbing pitchforks and lighting torches. I would think,...
Might be a good idea to do some research before referencing the law.
A mouth that tells a lot of lies.
I would have no qualms about riding in good-looking half chaps at the levels they are permitted at a recognized show. No one is judging your boots as long as they're legal.
I know! My god, the economy is healthy, unemployment is way down, the stock market is at an all-time high, millions of people have access to health insurance who didn't have access to it before --...
I don't hunt, but I know quite a few people who hunt with Chagrin Valley, and they're all great. The Grand River people I know are lovely, too.
I don't have an answer for you, but I'm sorry you've suffered this loss.
Then tell her how much you enjoyed going to the barn with her and that you'd like to go again sometime soon. Her response will likely tell you what you want to know.
My guess is that FindersKeepers hit the nail on the head. Give your cousin some barn time to herself, so she can establish herself there as an individual. Stay in touch, and maybe in a month or two...