Type: Posts; User: Highflyer
Everyone did for many years- I did hunters and pony club in the eighties and that was the thing pre- monogram.
It's not actually at all easy to find a **** horse, much less produce it and pay all the bills yourself. If it were, a lot more of us would be doing it! The owner is the client here, and the first...
It works. But I have no idea.
Instead of the separate choker the shirt collar just fastens to itself in such a way that it appears you're wearing a choker. It's one of those stupid easy things that somehow no one thought of...
I think a lot of people wear ratcatchers and chokers or the new wrap collar shirts, yes. It's easier and more comfortable than a stock tie.
Honestly under the circumstances I would send the horse back. This isn't likely to be resolved easily and quickly and it isn't really your responsibility. Find something you can ride and let the...
I've never had ace last more than a couple of hours, even giving 3-4 cc with dormosedan or torbugesic iv. I haven't really seen noticeably slow breathing either.
Neither of mine have enough hair to clip yet.
Could you do it in a horseshoe shape or something similar?
This would be my guess as well. It happens quite a bit (things blowing over). Generally if there is a last minute change to the showjumping course they will remove the extra fence altogether or put...
Am I the only one who can't watch them without getting motion sick?
any Wes Anderson movie
and tv series --
But the op hasn't caught it despite being in close proximity for a month.
If it's been going on for a month it can't be that contagious.
I bought a bottle of shampoo once that had "For external use only." as instructions. I'd already poured in the glass though, so I went ahead and drank it and my hair has never been shinier!
$500- $150,000. Depends on the horse and the market. If you're selling it as a sporthorse I would guess under $5k unless it is truly outstanding (good enough to win on the line at Devon etc.)
This is hardly a new phenomenon in eventing. Originally the horses belonged to the cavalry and later many were donated to USET. Many of them competed with multiple riders and the riders had very...
I would not consider that a problem except possibly for saddle fitting. In my experience horses with that conformation are often great jumpers. If you look at jog photos from any three day most of...
I have a lip flapper. He is also a bucket splasher and teeth scraper and general goof.
Me too! But otherwise it doesn't really bother me. If people believe I want them to have a nice day, great. If they don't believe I want to have a nice day it doesn't really matter what I say.
Do you mean what would *I* do? Absolutely not point out that there is no more evidence for God than Santa. Or do you mean what should the parents do? I think 10 is a little old to actually believe...
What levels do you ride/have you ridden at? 18"- Prelim
Years at this level? 25
"Weenie" eventer or someone with plans in play to move up the levels? Moving up
What Area are you in? II
Who told you figure eights with rings are illegal? I don't have my laptop to access the rulebook but I don't think that is true. Any caves on has metal on it.
Keep in mind that you aren't just risking pregnancy/ infection-- you're also risking someone getting kicked or injured.
I think the difference is that currently they must be numbered rather than a/b. Which if they are only two strides apart shouldn't be a huge difference. Isn't there a 2 stride in BN show jumping...