Type: Posts; User: vineyridge
It's not rumor if an FEI Steward said she was on a "watch list". It's also not rumor that a Feelgood vet, suspended for five years in Florida, bragged to the Florida authorities that he did vet work...
She's bred quite a few horses over the years to the most hyped eventing stallions (mostly eventing). She's had some horses that disappear after, say 2*. Harbour Pilot made it to 3*. The horses she...
Success! Thank God. It may be only temporary, but I replaced the circuit breaker (240 20 amp) and the pressure switch with one I had on hand. When I compared the old one and the one on hand, they...
A circle connector is a piece of metal in the shape of a circle that has a plastic cover and crimps onto the end of a wire. The official name is "ring terminal."
If it's not the breaker or the...
This circuit breaker box was put in in about 1987. I don't think any of the circuit breakers have ever needed replacement in that box. I did have to replace one in another box out there.
Well is supposed to be 1200 feet deep. It has a 3 horse power pump motor. We put in such a huge tank because I wanted to have extra water available in case of fire.
The well services four...
I don't remember. It's at least ten years old, though.
Yesterday, my well tripped the circuit breaker. I opened the pressure switch, cleaned it thoroughly, removed a resident wolf spider, used a nail file to clean the contacts, and reset the breaker. ...
H & H has a great article on this.
COTH should do something like this for North America.
Here's something that might help you in your searches. Modern Trakehners were designed from their beginnings in the 1700s as riding horses, and riding horses only. They were rarely if ever asked to...
Didn't Buck try to ride Rolex with a broken clavical and had to withdraw after dressage? Although IIRC, his break was much more recent than Boyd's would have been. The real question, though, is...
This was an invitation only event, and it would surprise me if anyone other than Marilyn Little actually wintered at WEF.
The course, except that it was outside a ring and the gallops were longer, reminded me a lot of show jumping derby courses. The water obstacle looked just like the one at Aachen in their derby.
Wellington put in a bid for the WEGs at one point. Where were they planning to put the XC course then? That's a 4* course that averages about 11 minutes.
It's really kind of odd. America doesn't lack land, especially land that is too hilly for agriculture. We all know that Gladstone worked, and worked well. Why is there not a push to create another...
I found him on Horse Telex. I was looking for Devil's Munchkin, not Devil Munchkin. He's registered in Canada, so that is why nothing showed up in the USEF database. He's not yet registered with...
It's only fair.
Pippa Cuckson's blog on Horse Canada here: http://www.horse-canada.com/cuckson-report/ has several posts on what's going on in endurance.
I had that. They had separate pages for each phase, so what worked for one wouldn't work for the others.
It's over now.
I wonder if the woman who took her and sent to slaughter is the same one who was caught in Pennsylvania a few years back.
One notices that the first and third horses are full TB; second is 7/8ths.
One also notices that if USEF scoring was used for dressage,the dressage scores were not internationally competitive.
I've lost the sound.
Just had to post to say that Arthur has a gorgeous gallop.
Dan Jocelyn seems to set his horse up so that everything is jumped out of stride. Just masterful.
Dehners. They last forever. They don't make a fashion statement, but they are so very utilitarian.
That's truly noble of you. Breeders need what you are doing to attract buyers.