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  • Salamandar Farm Ad

    Hey Guys what a GREAT ad that is for Salamandar Farm in this weeks Chronicle. That Paige is a very lucky girl to have had those wonderful horses. And a Great rider as well. Can not wait to see her in the Adults.. Hopefully. best of luck indoors....
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    Hey Guys what a GREAT ad that is for Salamandar Farm in this weeks Chronicle. That Paige is a very lucky girl to have had those wonderful horses. And a Great rider as well. Can not wait to see her in the Adults.. Hopefully. best of luck indoors....

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    • #3
      Just a random question.

      Why did they not mention the breed of the two horses??

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      • #4
        May be it's just me, but remeber what happened last time this subject came up... Anyway, she is a great rider and has great horses.

        good booie~ I've noticed that on a lot of ads that the breed isn't listed.

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        • #5
          customfine -- I remember as well, but all the same beautiful horses, great rider....

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          • #6
            I WANT SKYY!!!!

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            • #7
              I saw the ad -- VERY well done, IMO.

              Is Paige getting out of horses? Or just moving on to different mounts? I'm not in that loop, but I do admire both the horses and rider so I was wondering.....

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              • #8
                My guess is that Page is aging out of the juniors; therefore she doesn't need an equitation horse or small junior. she still has several hunters and several jumpers.

                As for the ad being "well done" -- its a ad. Its intended to sell two very expensive horses. What makes it more well done than any other?

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                • #9
                  any chance someone could scan and post it here???

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                  • #10
                    Hi I didn't see the ad, but there's a great article on Paige's mom in Ebony this month......... place is gorgeous!!!! Very impressive family!!! Stunning horses!!

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                    • #11
                      Why is the ad well done? Welll.....

                      It's eye catching. The horses are presented well, the pages are laid out nicely. There is an impression of clean, uncluttered elegance -- very appropriate imo to selling a hunter. It does what an ad -- for ANY product -- should do. It makes you look at it.

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                      • #12
                        I agree and I did more than looked, I drooled. Very classy.

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                        • #13
                          How old is she? I didn't know she was going to age out already.

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                          • #14
                            Paige is aging out?! -- I'm feeling OLD again -- Seems like it wasn't long ago that I began noticing her as one of the top juniors and realized she was still in the younger group -- Does Charlie Jayne age out this winter or next? --
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                            • #15
                              I believe she is 17, or at least she was when she rode in the GP of Lake Placid.

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                              • #16
                                I believe Charlie Jayne has one more year. Ohh, where is the COTH?? What's wrong with the mail man???
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                                • #17
                                  I am pretty sure she has one more year. Her mom is always saying how they are working towards the olympics one day so she is probably just selling to concentrate more on the jumpers.

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                                  • #18
                                    I WANT SKYY SO BADLY!!!

                                    I showed the add to my mom and dad and even them(non-horsey, mind you) were staring a little googley eyed at it....and my mom said, "well, you don't think he's that much do you? b/c if he isn't we can go look at him b/c he's in Va."(we're looking...my pony's too small, or I'm too big, I don't know...)

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                                    • #19
                                      "not that much"????

                                      Skyy- priced close to a million probably- since he was bought for over half that. NICE HORSE btw.

                                      Whatever happened to Dialog?

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                                      • #20
                                        i think shes saying that it is obviouse that her parents dont know anything if they thought skyy wouldnt be expensive

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