Type: Posts; User: lisa
Agree with "When you Say Nothing at All", but I like Alison Krauss' version better:
And you can't go wrong with Etta James' "At Last":...
The Inverness Problem
Blues roots. :) With a little mixture of everything else.
This. I have known Juan for a very long time (not that that proves/disproves anything), so I will wait until the Facts are known until passing judgement.
I used to live in east Cobb, closer to Roswell, and kept my horses at Three Bears for years.
It took about the same time -- sometimes less -- to drive there during rush hour than to drive to...
Many BNTs are happy to have you meet them at shows and do your own care if you can get your horse to the ring properly prepared.
We used to do self-care, but stable next to our coach at the...
While I highly recommend Daniel, neither KY nor WEF are usual destinations for DFG.
Some of the people mentioned might take offense at being labeled "old". :D
I am shocked -- shocked I tell you -- that I feel the need for more over fences practice before I go to a show. I used to...
Heather Steinman started my young horse and did a superb job.
These divisions were specifically created so that pros could have more rides with points -- like them or not. The good thing about them is you don't have to do the whole division.
Swedish oxers are allowed in the hunter schooling ring.
Equus Events also has a show at the GIHP (Conyers, GA) May 23-27.
I'm in. :yes:
Three Bears Farm is 5 minutes off of I75 at exit 283. It is much more accessible than people think. :)
I would much rather drive up I75 than 400 in rush hour traffic.
Sunni Dils is the trainer...
Scenes from "Something to Talk About" were filmed in that tack store.
I have a B.S. in Math and Computer Science, and my BFF from college and her hubby both have PhDs in math and teach at universities.
Unless she wants to go to grad school, I would recommend...
Agree with this.
However, sometimes just mentioning "hostile work environment" is enough to get HR's attention.
But remember: HR is *not* on your "side". They represent the employer. Period....
Two words: Investment Banking. :)
DownYonder, I think I know you... if not, there is a situation going on at my barn EXACTLY like the one you describe. :)
Not sure what your financial situation is, nor what the financing options are today, but when we bought land 10 years ago, we had to have 25% down, and we had a 10 year loan. We got totally screwed...
Aren't DVMs a part of the inspection process at the shows?
Again, where are the vets in all this?!? :confused:
Do they just turn a blind eye?
Aren't there DVMs at the Celebration (in particular) horse show? What service and/or oversight do they provide for the inspection process?
I seriously doubt there will be any tents, so no worries there. They built additional permanent barns, and stalls have not sold out in the past several years.
Lots of info in the Aiken Horse: http://www.theaikenhorse.com/