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  • Hagyard MidSouth Team Challenge Times are up!

    Hope to see lots of people there supporting one of the few traditional 3-day events! It kind of reminds me when they came out with "New Coke". When the novelty wore of, Coke Classic came out and "New Coke" slowly disappeared! OK, I know, I am dreaming, but what harm?

    http://kyevents.net/shows/info/tchallenge
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  • #2
    come say "hello"!

    I'll be announcing SJ on Saturday and XC on Sunday

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    • #3
      Proud long-format supporter here!

      Good luck to everyone, see y'all out there.
      “A clever person solves a problem. A wise person avoids it.”
      ? Albert Einstein

      ~AJ~

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      • #4
        I am going Novice on the team WBF Paint It Gray because we have two of each color! Our team was originally Sonny and Three Gray Chers (my horse's name is Sonny FYI) which I thought was hilarious, but then that team fell apart. I love Paint It Gray too though .

        I hope we have some better brakes than Middle TN, and the awesome quality of our jumping at home WILL show up this time! We have been schooling Training really, really nicely and his dressage has been very steady and nice! I am excited.
        T3DE Pact

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        • #5
          I was there spectating with a friend from work and am in the process of uploading some pictures that I took of Stadium and some from the Novice XC.

          It was awesome just to watch, I wish I would have been able to stay and watch the rest of SJ!
          Worry, doubt, fear and despair are the enemies which slowly bring us down to the ground and turn us to dust before we die.

          ~ Douglas MacArthur

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          • #6
            so how did the CCI* go??
            Cindy

            Make any mistakes going forward!

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            • #7
              OK tommygirl and KGB-- how did things go?
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              Taco Blog
              *T3DE 2010 Pact*

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              • #8
                Glad to see the CCI* without division was completely unpopular.
                Click here before you buy.

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                • #9
                  anyone know where the results are posted and who was taking pics?

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                  • #10
                    How did the CCI* end up?? Why no results?

                    Me too DW! I was happy that there seemed to be quite a lot of people entered in the long format. It's too good to be missed.

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                    • #11
                      You must be having fond memories tonight, Jazzy.
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                        #12
                        not too bad

                        Max was not himself for the dressage, very reactive and tight. we only got a 37.5. He jumped double clear in show jumping and xc. He kept switching leads behind so I had him checked out. Turns out he has a kidney infection! Poor guy. So, he did very well considering. We finished in 8th out of a large class. The show was awesome. Very well run and challenging. The weather could not have been better. From what I saw, the cci classes were very tough. I did see a lot of scary show jumping in the prelim divisions too - riders racing around and pushing their horses way too fast, crashing thru poles...

                        I am giving my guy a some well deserved time off.
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                        • #13
                          I know that Dorothy Crowell came in 2nd on one of her one star rides. I believe it was Hondo.

                          Dorothy was on my BN Team, along with two nice girls, Hannah and Amy. At the awards presentation, our team was awarded 7th place. Apparently, something got mixed up, so every BN team had to take their ribbons back to the office. Team "Eagle Eyes" actually ended up in 4th place.

                          Our team was the first to go cross country at 8am on Sunday morning. It was 38 degrees. The jumps and the ground had frost on them! Can you say, "Slippery"? Since over two thirds of the jumps on course were jumping down hill, I rode conservatively and got 3.6 time penalties, with no jump faults. The water complex looked very spooky, because of the fog condensing out of the warmer water. Tess was a good girl and cantered right through it.

                          Tess had a double clear show jumping round. For the HT placing we were 5th with 39.1 penalty points. Congrats to Jyl La Vera and her team for winning the BN Team Challenge. I believe that all of them finished on their dressage scores. Great job!
                          When in Doubt, let your horse do the Thinking!

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                          • #14
                            I was!!! lol. Wishing that perhaps maybe someone will do a long format ** next year... I know... keep dreaming!

                            Results are up!!!

                            The Canadians who went down did very well!!!

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                            • #15
                              Auburn, you looked like you were having fun!


                              And it was amusing to watch Paleface go around Novice - "why are we jumping these little things? Didn't I jump the BIG THINGS here 6 months ago? "

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                              • #16
                                Flight Check,

                                Thanks, I was! How cold was it up in that tower?
                                When in Doubt, let your horse do the Thinking!

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by FlightCheck View Post
                                  And it was amusing to watch Paleface go around Novice - "why are we jumping these little things? Didn't I jump the BIG THINGS here 6 months ago? "

                                  So I take it they sold Paleface? To someone who is going around Novice? That is so adorable, they must make quite a pair! Anyone have an update on this horse?

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                                  • #18
                                    The girl was riding with Ian Roberts' team, so I'm not sure who owns the horse. But it was just great to watch him go around SJ and XC, and then walking on the buckle/trotting on the buckle afterwards.

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                                    • #19
                                      Does anyone know what "RF" means in the placings? My friend had a decent dressage score and then RF for xc.
                                      "Crazy is just another point of view" Sonia Dada

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                                      • #20
                                        "rider fall"

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