Type: Posts; User: SillyHorse
The trot is the least important of the gaits. What's her walk like? The walk is hard to improve and very easy to ruin.
What about her canter? If her canter doesn't have jump, if she doesn't...
OK, that's one, and there's no question it's very nice. But I think it's a rare exception.
I'd love to see pictures
Complete bull. How can a horse jump better with additional weight lying draped on its front end?
If an auto release were as easy to do as lying on your horse's neck, you'd see more people doing it. But... you don't. That's the long and short of it.
I disagree. A square pad of any color is inappropriate in the show ring with hunter tack and attire.
Let me guess: in the basement for your son to use. Don't forget to ask them to call and wake him up tomorrow, ok?
I think we may have outed ourselves as former (at least I am former) postal workers. :lol:
Oooh, touchy, aren't we! J-Lu's point is that the OP willy-nilly posted an article without bothering to determine whether it was true, or even timely, and then commented that you or anyone else can...
NO, NO, NO, and NO!
Registered mail is for items of value and moves under lock and key. You would have to pay $11.95 to send a registered letter with $0 declared value. I doubt that's what you...
Why do you think we don't know this, or at least have free access to this information, already?
Oh, I see. Once the prisoner is dead, s/he doesn't cost anything. Never mind that it cost millions more to get him or her dead than it would have to just keep him/her in prison. Alrighty, then.
I would use a brown or black pad on both of them.
Not so. This is from the second article. It's very clear.
There are dozens and dozens of sources that cite studies showing the same thing. But the thirst for blood is a powerful thing
I don't know what "source" told you that, but there is tons of evidence to the contrary.
This one speaks to the greater cost of trying a death penalty case:...
Losing a horse in this manner is shocking, difficult, and heartbreaking. You did everything you could for this lovely boy.
New keyboard, please.
Exactly. That's what I was trying to say. As usual, you did it way much more betterer.
I read it literally, and see it differently. She rode a different horse in the jumping phase than she did in the flat phase. Not allowed.
I'm sorry about your friend. If you google "what not to say to a person with cancer" you'll get lots good information. You're a good friend to want to know.
Yes! My trainer, with my blessing, used my old (now retired) gelding for beginner jumping lessons because if you kept your leg on and looked where you were going, he was a jumping machine. I...
Have you looked in the rule book?
Don't be obtuse, and don't be ridiculous. The OP started this thread off like this:
The pot was stirred quite well enough already, don't you think?
The CoTH version of "Look! A squirrel!" :lol: