Type: Posts; User: snoopy
To borrow CarrieK's remark:
:: runs into thread :: Yes? I'm here!
That may be the case for some riders but I know two who would give the left tit for a red coat and ride in the Olympics.:winkgrin:
Trashy and Common.
I think it is prudent to know that the Bernhards are also Australian! Perhaps they are going down that route with their support with regards to supplying horses to riders.
It was reported that...
You poor thing. It appears this coefficient consumes your life.
That is a bit of a stretch but honestly, with the elimination of phases A-C, the CCI is already a CIC. Really, it is.
:lol: That made me laugh. It is through TV that most sponsors get their products seen by the masses and athletes paid to wear them. You bet most athletes like the TV exposure. Your comment about...
TV rights make money. There is also a very big world outside of North America that watches horse sport on television. North America is really quite incidental.
Yet someone posted that this is NOT likely to happen at the lower levels. A fall is a fall, regardless of level. Greener horses/riders are more likely to make those mistakes that result in falls. ...
What an utterly ridiculous comment.
If they can't at the two star level then something is seriously wrong.
BBC IPlayer may be.
You should put this on the cover letter with your CV and apply to Thomas Cook.
Late to the party but the weather is great, Ian on point commentating. I am sure Equibrit would have posted this but the picture on BBC sport is fantastic.
That's where I was going.
Unless your horse is borderline for a pass.
This is important to note because many believe that a so so dressage score and a machine in the jumping phases is a better option when naming members to a team. Once upon a time that was, indeed,...
I debated on saying that exact thing. I would hasten to say that you may very well be on borrowed time as this injury is notoriously difficult if not impossible to come right.
There is a comment asking if it always the best thing to do by patching up your horse.
REALLY??!!! That is not exactly how it played out.....though it plays "better" the way you have described the situation.