Type: Posts; User: Equibrit
I was blaming the Windows update that I just got!
These are ecellent; http://www.tractorsupply.com/en/store/allied-precision-2002dp-universal-drain-plug-de-icer
These are excellent; http://www.flexiworksequine.co.uk/
The problem with these folks is that they buy from Ireland and by the time it gets over to the USA the price has doubled, at least.
They have the horses and, most importantly, the young horse producers.
Factory outlet; http://www.barboursales.co.uk/barbour-interactive-waxed-jackets-c-2_15/
Belstaff, (I have had both) use a loser woven cotton than the Barbour Egyptian stuff. The water tends to...
You need the weight ahead of the axles. Rule of thumb if you are using all the space is 60% ahead of the axles and 40% behind.
U haul video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ek4Nb_CVI8
Pics of Norma and her toothless grin ?
You do not want that much weight traveling behind the axles. If the trailer gets to swaying, you won't be able to stop it, and could have a big mess on your hands. He needs to travel forward of the...
USA; New Hampshire.
Depends on the pants ! Mountain horse have a full seat version; http://www.mountainhorseusa.com/outerwear/pants/mountain-horse-polar-breeches-305011
There is now a huge range of bike gear, made of...
Bedales were always the standard for riding. However - things aren't what they used to be. Barbour is no longer the old traditional clothing company it was back in the day. Old used stiff Barbours...
I get that "run away" feeling.
It looks to be this;
Oh crap !
Just ask them how much the little darling is insured for.
"Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain - and most fools do."
I think you will find that most British Hunts are not nearly as formal as folks here think they are.
Why would you do that when this is just down the road ? http://dogwoodsporthorses.com/freedomhall.htm
Unles you needed to do some ploughing, of course ?
Somebody else's very well loved dog does not rely on you to speak for her. You should be ashamed of your cavalier attitude to the OP's feelings.
Here's to Norma and her owner.