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  • River Glen

    Who's going? It will be our first show this year, time to dust off the cobwebs!

  • #2
    I'm going. First for the year for me too. Also never ridden there before, so that should be fun!


    • #3
      Rhona's first "alone" show (except for PC Rallies)!


      • Original Poster

        Originally posted by CallMeGrace View Post
        Rhona's first "alone" show (except for PC Rallies)!
        She'll be great, she's a tough competitor. Prelim right? As long as she's not kicking my butt in Training I'll cheer her on!


        • #5
          Training, but Jr, so you're safe!


          • #6
            I'll be there!

            It's my first show of the season and my new ride's first show ever. We'll be in the open BN (since I sadly can't ride in the rider division with the new rules...). Hopefully we'll get around without too many green moments! Looking forward to having a fun weekend! My trainer will be there too with her loooovely Windfall 5 yo doing his first Training.

            Should be fun!


            • #7
              2 of my friends will be there. One is riding in Prelim-a big grey named Quid Pro Quo. My friend Caroline is riding 2-one in BN a pony named Hot Stuff and in Training-Anything but Ordinary

              Go Team Red Fox Hill!


              • #8
                Looks like we're gonna get wet

                I've never shown there before - what (if anything) leaks or floods?


                • #9
                  Originally posted by piaffequeen View Post
                  2 of my friends will be there. One is riding in Prelim-a big grey named Quid Pro Quo. My friend Caroline is riding 2-one in BN a pony named Hot Stuff and in Training-Anything but Ordinary

                  Go Team Red Fox Hill!
                  Hey! I'll bet we've met. I know "Charlie's" mom! PM me if u want. I'll be cheering her on from here .
                  Always be yourself. Unless you can be Batman. Then always be Batman.

                  The Grove at Five Points


                  • #10
                    God bless River Glen's showers...a good place to warm up if you're wet and chilled. Bundle up and trundle back over to the barns or your camp site in a MUCH better mood than before. Yep...have done that exact thing.


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by saje View Post
                      Looks like we're gonna get wet

                      I've never shown there before - what (if anything) leaks or floods?
                      Sadly, everything. It's right on the river so it will all get soggy. The stalls stay dry and under the overhang but the aisleways can be a real mess.

                      It would be much better if people didn't insist on driving basically to their stall though


                      • #12
                        River Glen

                        Looks like they're going to have a good crowd. We'll be there with a couple of trailers set up next to Margaret, the tack lady. Everyone drive safely. If you're coming south from KY on I-75 you may run into a long delay for construction about an hour north of Knoxville.


                        • #13
                          I'll be there with two at Novice - Po obviously, and also my Big Horse the Awesome Mr Z. Expect to see small english lady flying around very very fast and shouting Wheeeeeeee ! over most everything.

                          Let me know if anyone needs saddles to play with this weekend - I can bring a few. Have a bunch of Custom dressage, new and used, Custom jumping including the monoflap, the Phillip Dutton RTF wise-air, bunches of used Albions etc. Just let me know.


                          • #14
                            Everyone should try the Wise-Air saddle (jumping). I am a total convert and now proselytize about it constantly.

                            Also, keep an eye out for Hevonen and my new guy, since I think he is adorable and am interested to hear multiple reports (Hevonen is the best of the many young riders I have had horses with about keeping me updated on how he is doing, but still more news is more fun)
                            OTTBs rule, but spots are good too!


                            • #15
                              I'll be there in the NR division, first show since Poplar in November.
                              Things happen for a reason...so when I reach over and smack you upside the head, just remember...you gave me a reason!


                              • #16
                                Originally posted by KateWooten View Post
                                IExpect to see small english lady flying around very very fast and shouting Wheeeeeeee ! over most everything.
                                Hmmm...What does "Wheeeeeee!" sound like with an British accent anyway?


                                • #17
                                  I'll be there too on my big grey, Doctor B, in the BNH division (his first outing since October). See y'all there!


                                  • #18
                                    Heads up heading South on I-75 Through KY

                                    As of 6:35 am, I-75 Southbound, milemarker 63 near Rockcastle County, Mt Vernon, Ky is closed through NOON to Semi accident. Hope everyone travels safe!
                                    Things happen for a reason...so when I reach over and smack you upside the head, just remember...you gave me a reason!