Type: Posts; User: SillyHorse
Who is? :lol: This is probably the major factor contributing to your problem. As you ride more you will get stronger and be able to control your body. You can also work on strengthening your core...
Once you begin a program to teach her to stand still, you must be very firm with the former owner that she must also follow the program. Otherwise, you are wasting your time.
White House war on women? Hyperbole is not attractive.
You really don't need a "boot specialist" for this. I have always used my local shoe repair guy, who does a good job. Is there anyone local to you who does shoe repair?
You are citing dressage rules, lorilu. Other divisions have different rules regarding amateur status vis a vis age. For example, there is no Young Rider designation in the H/J division. You age...
The rules defining amateur status are found in the general USEF rules and apply to all divisions. There are some exceptions, such as the YR designation in dressage, but unless there is that kind of...
Lifelong easterner here: Chaps. And AHvuhCAHdoe.
I'm so sorry. Take care of yourself.
Once in a while, my neck gets like that as a precursor to migraine. I treat with heat, rest, and migraine meds.
This is not a question of "acceptable practices," it's a question of whether you are riding your horse while causing her pain from the saddle. That is never acceptable.
If you are or have been...
:lol: In all the years I've been riding, I have never heard of this happening. I've been riding dressage for the past 15 years, I've seen plenty of people fall off at shows, and not once has anyone...
I don't have experience with coffin joint injections, but I have experience with that great feeling of seeing my horse trot sound after a long struggle to get him there. I'm really happy for you....
Have fun, and good luck. :)
Then the owner should have made arrangements for someone to make a decision in her absence. She was neglegent in that regard, and as far as I'm concerned the BO did the best she could in a terrible...
Alibi, I guess you neither read the rule book nor saw my post above, directly from the rule book.
In order to compete in any under saddle or materiale class, a horse must be at least 36 months of...
USEF makes the rules, and the answer is >= 36 months
There are quite a few people from that area on the board. If I were you I'd add "near Marshall VA" to the title of the post.
I would want to know his breeding before I decided whether to even go see him..
I'm very sorry. She was really beautiful.
Holy guacamole, that was some big hole. It's hard to believe he came throught it at all, much less back to riding.
You need to see him canter before you make a decision. My opinion is that his trot, and his "way of going" at the trot are nothing to write home about.
What a shame. I'm really sorry.
The most sensible way to notate it would be 16+2 or 15+3. At least for us LAY horsepeople. :rolleyes:
Check to be sure that the bit is not hanging too low in your horse's mouth.