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    Default grand prix order of go




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    That's been updated to results, with the highest score at the top. Does anyone have a list of the original order of go so I can fast forward to the rides I was interested in?



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    ^^^^^ would like this too (and still would like it for eventing dressage)



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    I'm looking too, so hope if anyone finds it, they'll post back. Wish I'd saved a copy as I'm just sitting down to watch a bit and want to skip some.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SerenaGinger View Post
    That's been updated to results, with the highest score at the top. Does anyone have a list of the original order of go so I can fast forward to the rides I was interested in?
    Can you extrapolate from the rider numbers, which ARE still listed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet View Post
    Can you extrapolate from the rider numbers, which ARE still listed?
    Do you mean that the numbers indicate the order of the rides?



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    number and ride time/order of go are not correlated.

    someone must have the original times? i saved tomorrows times but it sure would be nice to know where the few rides i want to watch are in the hours of video.....



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    Well, at least I got tomorrow's order and saved a copy so I'll have that when I watch. Today, I'll just muddle through. Amazing quality of video on the NBC site and glad they don't have anyone "commentating."



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    okay, where can I find the full video? Thanks!



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    The London site has order of go for tomorrow after the results:

    http://www.london2012.com/equestrian...ual/index.html



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    Here are the original times and order of go for both days.

    http://www.horsejunkiesunited.com/20...y-order-of-go/



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    thank you so much! you earn a gold star



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    Quote Originally Posted by RainyDayRide View Post
    Here are the original times and order of go for both days.

    http://www.horsejunkiesunited.com/20...y-order-of-go/
    Thanks!



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    Quote Originally Posted by horsepoor View Post
    Do you mean that the numbers indicate the order of the rides?
    I thought they did, with team rotation, but now I am not so sure.
    Janet

    chief feeder and mucker for Music, Spy, Belle and Tiara. Someone else is now feeding and mucking for Chief and Brain (both foxhunting now).



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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet View Post
    Can you extrapolate from the rider numbers, which ARE still listed?
    Unfortunately, no. I remember the first rider was Van Olst, then Rahmouni, then Jacqui Brooks, then Dablino...then I forget. But numbers are all mixed up.
    When someone shows you who they are, BELIEVE THEM.



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    Rules question- sort of. Seeing lots of ear bonnets- obviously they're permitted but why use them - is it that buggy in London? I'm presuming that they are NOT allowed to have ear stuffers under those bonnets...........
    We don't get less brave; we get a bigger sense of self-preservation........



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    Edit: RainyDay's post was far more informative!



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    Quote Originally Posted by 2tempe View Post
    Rules question- sort of. Seeing lots of ear bonnets- obviously they're permitted but why use them - is it that buggy in London? I'm presuming that they are NOT allowed to have ear stuffers under those bonnets...........
    I saw that they were removing the bonnets and checking them (or so it appeared) at the bit check, etc. after the rides. Coming from the hunter world, ear stuffies are no big deal to me, but OMG if you suggest that to the dressage folks! (no, earplugs are not allowed in dressage -- although I think there is a special provision that does allow them during award presentations, but not sure if that is just a US rule or more expansive).



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    Just a guess, but, even if ear bunnies are not allowed, who is to say that you cannot have the ear part of the hat made or lined with sound absorbing material?

    Where there is a will, there is a way....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Helpus View Post
    Just a guess, but, even if ear bunnies are not allowed, who is to say that you cannot have the ear part of the hat made or lined with sound absorbing material?

    Where there is a will, there is a way....
    I wondered if that was why they were removing and checking the bonnets at the end. Heck, maybe they check to make sure they aren't weighted, I don't know. Or spiked. Or ...???



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