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    what a cute munchkin!
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    Boy and pony -- both dolls!



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    OMG he is adorable! And what a ridiculously cute pony too. Perhaps he'll be the next Carl Hester



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    MUST we teach the fist-pump beginning at 3yo? Sigh.


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    Omg what a cute pony!! The kid is cute too of course but that pony was definitely what I noticed first
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    How do you judge a "Lead-rein" class? Is it judged on the pony's way of going and manners or the kid's equitation or the combination?

    Also, the two-headed calf is pretty horrifying.



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    I missed the two-headed calf....dare I search?????



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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne FS View Post
    MUST we teach the fist-pump beginning at 3yo? Sigh.
    Why assume it must be taught ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highflyer View Post
    How do you judge a "Lead-rein" class? Is it judged on the pony's way of going and manners or the kid's equitation or the combination?

    Also, the two-headed calf is pretty horrifying.
    It's the pony - manners, suitability, way of going, conformation.



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    In this case I'd venture it might be the gender of the rider. At least on this side of the Atlantic it would be...
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    COLNE MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND LEAD REIN PONY OF THE YEAR
    7th Moortown Divine, Mr Harry Edwards-Brady
    Class of 9 (4 boys)

    "Carrying such young jockeys on the lead rein, these ponies have to be exceptionally well mannered and suitable for their rider, as well as true to their native breed type."
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