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    WEF and VT - I thought they were as faux...

    WEF and VT - I thought they were as faux liverpools for schooling but I always see them going with horses done up as hunters with their tails done. Or are they still schooling decoration and my...
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    Unless you yourself are a professional braider,...

    Unless you yourself are a professional braider, if you are showing in the hunters/eq, hire a professional braider. Nothing gives you away as "an outsider" like an amateur braiding job. Other than...
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    Although it may seem easiest to pay for horses by...

    Although it may seem easiest to pay for horses by working at the barn, many many many other part time jobs pay much better for easier work. Sure, you won't be around horses, but "being around...
  4. Thanks!!! I am overdue for another post - horse...

    Thanks!!! I am overdue for another post - horse showing this week, so there will be some form of stories to be told!
  5. Talent Yarn on TOTD Too in White for $39.95

    Get them while they still have a decent selection of sizes left! They have blue and lavender on the main page but white on 'Too.
  6. I was saving up to buy a Patey when approved...

    I was saving up to buy a Patey when approved helmets became required... dodged that bullet!

    Colors. My favorite colors for horse-related items are black and white, or navy trim at home when I'm...
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    I've been told by several fitters than most...

    I've been told by several fitters than most French brands, including Butets, have long tree points that are not good for large shoulders. My County has done well with big shoulders and Stubbens are...
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    They are beautiful and suitable for jumpers, but...

    They are beautiful and suitable for jumpers, but should never be in the hunter ring. Ever. Also, the flashier the boot, the better you need to ride!
  9. Try the RWR no knot hairnet. It worked in making...

    Try the RWR no knot hairnet. It worked in making "fake" hunter hair for me when my hair was too short for a ponytail. Much easier and more comfortable than bobby pins under your helmet!
  10. I own that horse in TB form (6 years old and...

    I own that horse in TB form (6 years old and showing successfully in the 1m-1.05m with plenty of extra scope - knock on wood, will be a 1.2m+ horse) and his price would absolutely be more than that. ...
  11. Paige Cade in Purcellville. PM me for contact...

    Paige Cade in Purcellville. PM me for contact info. Just did a great job selling one for a friend in all of two weeks!
  12. It exists, but you need a good eye and the...

    It exists, but you need a good eye and the ability to travel or buy off video. It is definitely doable for a 1.2m horse; it is a lot harder to say that any horse not yet jumping courses at height...
  13. It unfortunately has sheepskin, but the Nunn...

    It unfortunately has sheepskin, but the Nunn Finer is quite nice for the money and their rubber reins are to do for. The Beval Conquer is very nice too.
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    Paste electrolytes and if it helps your horse...

    Paste electrolytes and if it helps your horse drink, hydration hay or a horse quencher type product.

    For you, coconut water and keep face wipes/sunscreen in your cooler. Feels soooo good to wipe...
  15. Also worth a call to Horseman's Exchange in...

    Also worth a call to Horseman's Exchange in Littleton, MA. It is a local business so I would imagine they would ship to you, and they have a good selection of mid-price point used saddles (and used...
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    Different barns. The one with $1900/ month full...

    Different barns. The one with $1900/ month full care does not offer self care or training board. It is hands down the closest to downtown Boston, hence the cost. The full training prices are at...
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    Boston area, barns with indoors and some with...

    Boston area, barns with indoors and some with traditional h/j programs:

    Full board including hay, grain, stall cleaning, shavings, turnout, blanketing, etc: $1100-$1300/month
    Full board...
  18. Pelham Saddlery has a good selection of used...

    Pelham Saddlery has a good selection of used saddles across the lower price points as well. Call if you don't see what you want on their website as it is not completely up to date. Where are you...
  19. Yes, I am definitely inspired to have wealthy...

    Yes, I am definitely inspired to have wealthy horse-loving parents now :lol:
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    Stick to the short/long stirrup division. The...

    Stick to the short/long stirrup division. The green horse division will have a lot of green horses that are ridden by professional riders. You will be better off competing against people who don't...
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    Agree, it was starting to be a "thing" in my late...

    Agree, it was starting to be a "thing" in my late junior years in the 90s and is now mandatory at many shows up and down the east coast. They post a chart on each horses stall and come by X amount...
  22. Your trainer is your best bet. Be prepared that...

    Your trainer is your best bet. Be prepared that even an annual lease for such an animal can easily be in the 6 figures, and jumpers of this level are rarely leased.
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    There are some people who will rig up a strand of...

    There are some people who will rig up a strand of hot wire around the top perimeter of the stalls of stallions. Perhaps this is the security system that failed.
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    How old is your mare? If she's 4 or younger, I...

    How old is your mare? If she's 4 or younger, I would really keep the jumping to a minimum both in terms of height and frequency.
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    No- the child was HOLDING THE REINS. ALONE.

    No- the child was HOLDING THE REINS. ALONE.
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