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  • Anky bucked off at clinic

    Saw on the other board. Hope she is ok. Not fun. There was a video on Youtube and it was removed. Sjef anyone??

  • #2
    It happens to the best. I really don't see the big deal. We fall ,we stand up
    Every time you ride, your are either teaching or un-teaching your horse.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Miss Dior View Post
      Saw on the other board. Hope she is ok. Not fun. There was a video on Youtube and it was removed. Sjef anyone??

      Man, I do hope she is okay also, it is never good to hear when someone gets the dirt in the face. I hate hitting the ground, and I had a fall a couple of months ago, and it was NOT fun. I went flying when my horse was trotting and my husband came around a corner without warning. I hit the ground like a bag of wet cement. I had a black and blue body, a swollen butt, it turned more shades of blue, purple, green, and yellow than I had ever seen. NOT fun. I wish her well.

      And no broken bones! Please! Remember always that horses are horses, and we do have to realize anyone can come in contact with the dirt on a bad day.
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      • #4
        As I tell people..... those who have not been bucked off just has not ridden enough horses!
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        • #5
          Is Anky now the Jennifer Anniston of the horse world?

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          • #6
            I expect her to be on Perez Hilton any day now.
            http://weanieeventer.blogspot.com/

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              #7
              Actually the video link is posted on TOB ... it made the Dutch news. Yikes!!!

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              • #8
                What is TOB?

                Sorry to ask, but what is TOB?

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                • #9
                  If you watch this link for a while...the video...

                  http://www.rtl.nl/(vm=/actueel/rtlbo....avi_plain.xml

                  you can see her get bucked off.

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                  • #10
                    So Sjef said her confidence is damaged because she also fell of in Oslo. IMO it happens and I don't understand how a pro rider can have her confidence shaken because of that.
                    Every time you ride, your are either teaching or un-teaching your horse.

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                    • #11
                      Actually, I don't understand what being a professional has to do with it. Anyone can have their confidence shaken, even in their "line of work". I have been kicked enough times in my job to now break out in a sweat in certain circumstances fearing another one coming. It hasn't stopped me from my job, but it can make you occasionally question.

                      Plus, having kids puts a whole new spin on falling off. I NEVER thought that would happen to me, but now my horses wear "neck straps" when I hack out--just in case. I can't do my child any good if I'm in a cast, or worse, dead.
                      From now on, ponyfixer, i'll include foot note references.

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                      • #12
                        If I have to think about the risks I take with accepting nut cases then it is time for me to stop. Falling off is part of our profession no more and no less. Do I like to hit the deck or do I bounce as easy as when I was 20?. Ofcourse not however I will not let a fall interfer with my work. If I would only ride well behaved horses I honestly think I would be bored in no time.
                        Every time you ride, your are either teaching or un-teaching your horse.

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                        • #13
                          Good thing she had a helmet on.
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                            TOB= the other bulletin board

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dutchmike View Post
                              If I have to think about the risks I take with accepting nut cases then it is time for me to stop. Falling off is part of our profession no more and no less.
                              Right, but no one ever knows when something is going to affect them or what is going to affect them.

                              Personally, I used to ride really difficult horses, had my share of wrecks and my confidence was never affected in the least bit. Then I had one utterly unremarkable, quickly stopped bolting incident that inexplicably rattled me quite a bit and set the stage for truly paralyzing fear to set in after a wreck due to ground bees that took a *lot* of work to overcome, and left me a very different rider. *shrugs* Human brains are weird.

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by 5chestnuts
                                Wow! Just watched the video. That was some bucking fit. Like a rodeo bronc! Completely across the whole width of the arena. I'm super impressed she stayed on as long as she did!

                                I'll bet most of the people on this board couldn't have stayed on that long through that type of equine tirade.

                                Yep some nice bucks, she was lost once she let herself get forewards in the saddle. She should be proud of herself , like you said alot of people would have hit the deck sooner
                                Every time you ride, your are either teaching or un-teaching your horse.

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                                • #17
                                  Very athletic horse. Like to see a bronc rider stay on that one

                                  One thing I can say: I wish riding was big enough over here that we heard about the BNRs getting bucked off.

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                                  • #18
                                    Anyone else thinking the news anchors are much better looking over there?

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                                    • #19
                                      Sorry... which one is that? I can't keep up with all of the other boards


                                      Originally posted by Miss Dior View Post
                                      TOB= the other bulletin board
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                                      • #20
                                        Wow, that was quite the bucking spree he had going on there. The majority of rider's out there wouldn't have been able to stick to those.

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