Well I don't know how you'd verify from that far back but my old coach scored a 22 in advanced a long time ago w her first adv. horse. A couple years ago one of my friends got a 19 at a training level. Anythings possible I guess!
That would have been quite difficult in 1995 as that was with the old scoring system. Basically she would have had to have essentially all 10's with a couple 9's thrown in. Possible but probably not likely.
Are you telling me I shouldn't belive that her horse was 18.2 hands, she rode at badmiton (sp?) in 1995, the 1996 olympics (she took Bruce Davidson's spot you know- wait he was there!), and one time she jumped a jump xc and got knocked out but stayed on and the horse jumped the next fence (with her still unconsious) and placed!? Damn it I was trying to get signed up for a lesson!
by the way- thanks for the usea tip- I looked all through '93 and '94 and couldn't find her- probably had to change her name though- I'm sure she's also in the witness protection program for some reason
Wait, wait, I know her, I had lunch with her a couple of years ago. She also coached the British Olympic team and is good friends with William
Fox-Pitt and a cast of thousands. Unfortunately I was taking lessons with one of her really really big name trainer friends and they had never heard of her. How can that be? She said she knew them????
A total wack job and she's teaching, no one checks on her
RIP Kelly 1977-2007 "Wither thou goest, so shall I"
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