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    Default COTH Story on FEI eventing discipline

    One of our "favorite" riders just got one for Rolex.
    http://www.chronofhorse.com/article/...s-two-eventers
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    Does this mean she left the xc course without being checked, or is there a more formal process for FEI? When I've fallen on xc at a HT or been a jump judge and there's been a fall, the EMTs have always gotten there by the time I/ the rider was up and had checked the horse over and was ready to walk back-- I wouldn't think you could miss them under normal circumstances at least.



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    Remember when ML started this venture? How polite and gracious she was? She came close to getting another YC at Jersey. She now seems to spread sweetness and light wherever she goes - not.



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    What happened yesterday, Flutie?

    On another note, Kalinich's response was very mature.
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