Type: Posts; User: chunky munky
As far as Coventry is concerned, don't expect a commercial horse facility to sell overly quickly. It rarely happens. I would still look into it as they have a nice indoor and host plenty of shows....
Coventry may be a good fit.
Juniors have been able to ride stallions in jumper classes for quite some time. no class where they work as a group, so I guess nobody has much concern.
Not live scoring the gymnastics. The scores I posted earlier from the flat are being texted to me by friends that are there.
Not riding Clearway. Riding Andre's gray horse
Instruction for long side is a demonstration of your riding skills. ( like test 19, demonstrate ride) where you can show off a bit.
That was not Tori. She is riding a gray horse and will go last.
Yes I have the course chart that they gave out but there are no instructions on the copy that I was messaged. May be on the posted chart.
Ashton scored 75, 30 out of 57, Bundy taking SAT, didn't go yet. Strauss 79 about 18th place,
Top 10: Colvin, Farish, Parker, Sellman, Langmeier, O'Mara, Apostol, Porter, P. Wright, Darst. I have the rest if you have anyone in particular you are curious about
Four fillies just gave you some good advice. Be patient. Once you make yourself the Walmart of trainers it will be difficult to overcome that brand.
People are enjoying their horses in a show environment. Do we really care about their style that much? I am sure none of them care about yours.
Eleanore Robinson, Chrissy Covorrubios not too far.
Guessing that it is Andrew Lustig.
Horse show management does not have the authority to take action against an exhibitor if they are considered a member in good standing with the USEF. They would most likely lose their date license.
Equiery. You need to get your ad in now for it to be in the October issue.
I don't believe that numbers at Maclay regionals has anything to do with M&S. Mostly not the same barns and rarely the same riders. Most barns big enough to be doing both have multiple trainers....
Both good choices.
Good riding ;-)
Splitting a class is at the order of management, not the judges. In all my years of showing and judging and for that matter, managing, have I never seen it any other way.
Watched this morning's hunter class and didn't buffer at all.
I think you missed that Ms. Colvin got a stay. She is able to be on the horse show grounds.
Then that is not treating every individual fairly. I understand that many find the situation distasteful. But it is important in the interest of the sport that officials treat each eligible exhibitor...
I think most people know that scrbear, if they have been on this board very long.
Glad you are not judging today ;-) An impartial judge would have no reason to believe that it had been drugged, other than if it gave a poor performance in the ring today. And yes I am new to this...