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    Default You Can Do Cavaletti In a Strapless Dress and Heels

    1:05 into the video. So give it a try.

    http://youtu.be/Fp-N6LjS8AA
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    Very fancy and prancy! The mini at the end was seriously cute!!!



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    but only in a strapless like that
    (that would be the only kind of strapless I could do, for sure....)
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    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.



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    I don't think any strapless dress could contain me over cavaletti. It would turn into a Vegas Peep Show Act very quickly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by circus peanuts View Post
    I don't think any strapless dress could contain me over cavaletti. It would turn into a Vegas Peep Show Act very quickly.
    I think you'd be safe with that....it's the equivalent to plate armor!
    Quote Originally Posted by Mozart View Post
    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.



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    Steel reinforced bustier...Linda Carter had one as Wonder Woman.

    I went to Cheval Theater & I recall the main woman rider in a corset. I saw her in the stable and I commented on her pretty clothes and pretty horses, something like the best of all worlds. Her reply that the clothes were HOT & that her makeup was pretty much shellacked on to keep it from running.



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    Yup MEtal Bustier, only thing that would hold anyone with anything up and no bounce. Loved the mini!
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    Can we see you doing cavaletti in a strapless dress and heels, Mike?

    StG


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    No. It's not approved U.S. Navy riding attire. Hah!
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    No thank you... I guess I am grumpy today, but I wanted to strangle her with one of the scarves. Or at least wrap her up and hide her in the broom closet.
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    I think we're dealing with a bareback there also!



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJenners View Post
    No thank you... I guess I am grumpy today, but I wanted to strangle her with one of the scarves. Or at least wrap her up and hide her in the broom closet.

    LMAOOO same here! I think the broom closet would be the best place. For some odd reason I found her smile annoying. I swear I am not in a bad mood though
    Last edited by Nootka; Mar. 16, 2013 at 12:47 PM. Reason: I'm not very bright today
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJenners View Post
    No thank you... I guess I am grumpy today, but I wanted to strangle her with one of the scarves. Or at least wrap her up and hide her in the broom closet.
    Eh. I saw her a couple of years ago at WIHS as their cheesy ass entertainment (much preferred it when Chester Webber drove his four in hand around the ring with the Grand Prix course set. Now THAT'S skill). The non-horse people or very uneducated ones sitting near me were oooing and ahhing at how well the horse went with "only scarves!" and what a great rider she was. Well, yeah, scarf draw reins cranking its head down. Blah. I found her extremely annoying, and still do apparently, and I know I'm NOT cranky today!


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