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    I dont have any at the moment because my mom isnt the best at taking pictures while I'm actually moving LOL.. so.. Let's see everyone elses. Open fronts, bell boots and all! Oh, and dont think I'm discriminating against Hunters please.

    Eventing makes you buff.
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    **Proud owner of a spunky Alydar grandson**




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    I dont have any at the moment because my mom isnt the best at taking pictures while I'm actually moving LOL.. so.. Let's see everyone elses. Open fronts, bell boots and all! Oh, and dont think I'm discriminating against Hunters please.

    Eventing makes you buff.
    *Britney*
    ~Rush Hour~

    **Proud owner of a spunky Alydar grandson**




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    bad position but we can all deal with it.... [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

    Due to budget cuts, the light at the end of the tunnel has been cut off, sorry folks!!
    ~*Proud co-owner of CorLin Productions*~
    Not all men are annoying... some are dead



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    ..really. I guess your release kinda makes it look like you got a little left behind, but at least your not hauling on his face! BTW, he is gorgeous. I love your other guy Roo too! Matt kind of looks like my baby Aly. Later.

    Eventing makes you buff.
    *Britney*
    ~Rush Hour~

    **Proud owner of a spunky Alydar grandson**




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    Do you have draw reins on him there?
    or is it something I'm not familar with?
    Andrea

    our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising everytime we fall



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    Here we are in the AA Jumpers...last show of the season for us!



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    are you talking about the thing attatched to the bottom of the noseband? If you are its just a running martingale attatchment.. and the double reins are just for more control..

    Eventing makes you buff.
    *Britney*
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    **Proud owner of a spunky Alydar grandson**




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    now that i look at it.. its not a running martingale. what exactly is it oblivious?

    Eventing makes you buff.
    *Britney*
    ~Rush Hour~

    **Proud owner of a spunky Alydar grandson**




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    Ahhhh I see

    I didn't think she would be wearing draw reins over fences, but couldn't figure out the two reins on a d-ring [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

    haha,ok, maybe its not!
    Andrea

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    they really look like draw reins to me...come on, what are they?
    Andrea

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    My Zena again, slipping leg and all. Though she did over jump this one a tad lol!
    BTW those are draw rains
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    Sally.. I dont care about your leg, your mare looks awesome! what a form! and uh.. Draw reins over a fence?

    Eventing makes you buff.
    *Britney*
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    **Proud owner of a spunky Alydar grandson**




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    She lives like a Queen, but all worth it in my mind. She was a dressage horse before we got her 2 years ago, I she'd rather have her feet off the ground
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    those are draw reins. he went in a plain snaffle with draw reins that connected to the yoke. thanks, i really wish i still had matt to tho lol he was great. draw reins have really helped alot of my horses understand the concept of keeping the head down.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> posted Dec. 04, 2001 05:18 PM
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    yes

    those are draw reins. he went in a plain snaffle with draw reins that connected to the yoke. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    He WENT in a snaffle and draw reins? As in, all the time??



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    Here is my pig, carting me around the low Prelims in WPB.

    A lot of h/j people use draw reins over low fences, especially when they are connected to a breastplate like that, they are very safe.
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    Here is the same piggie, with his aunt(my best friend and his best friend's mommy) wizzing around the adult jumpers.
    I got a webshots album! Yay! Go see : http://community.webshots.com/user/piggiejump



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    This was her first year of showing. She's such a good puppy.....I gotta love her she's got a huge heart. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]
    This was at the Hamptons and my brother took the pic.

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    not me but it is my cute little horse George! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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    and another! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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