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Anyone see the "Jump D Fence" sign at the WC Showjumping Final?

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  • Anyone see the "Jump D Fence" sign at the WC Showjumping Final?

    If so then that was me . My boyfriend and I thought it would be a great way to support the riders and rev up the crowd (and he secretly hopes he makes it on ESPN2 as well ). I was wondering if anyone has a photo of us in the stands or knows of a video clip that we're in. I know we got on the jumbo tron a few times, so I figured it was worth a shot to ask . Thanks guys!
  • Original Poster

    Shameless bump , holding out hope!


    • #3
      Now I understand what you were showing!!! I saw the white signs! Sorry I didn't get it before, but I couldn't catch what the last thing was (a fence of course!)!
      You're on:
      Cute idea! They show you twice, I think, during Round one of the Finals.
      Over what hill? Where? When? I don\'t remember any hill....



      • #4
        I saw you here on Equidia (French TV horse channel). But I must admit I hadn't a clue what your sign meant!


        • #5
          Originally posted by 3eme View Post
          I saw you here on Equidia (French TV horse channel). But I must admit I hadn't a clue what your sign meant!
          That's because "D" "Fence" is an American Football rallying chant.


          • #6
            I saw you- very cute idea!!
            RIP Triple Take (aka Indiana )


            • Original Poster

              As silly as this is, I never even thought about the fact that as an INTERNATIONAL event, everyone might not understand my AMERICAN-oriented sign. DUH! We did get a few compliments on it, though, now that I think about it, I got some quizzical looks from the european gentleman sitting next to me . No wonder!


              • #8
                we saw it and loved it... Cute Idea!!!
                **RIP Kickstart aka Char 12/2/2009**


                • #9
                  I was on the same side of the arena so do not have a good picture



                  • #10
                    I saw you, that was cool!

                    Oh, and the crazy guy waving the danish flag everytime Thomas Velin entered the arena was our (obviously danish) sales rep Kenneth



                    • #11
                      I saw it too, and it took me a couple minutes to figure it out, but it was cute! Afraid I didn't get any pictures of it tho.
                      "If I am fool, it is, at least, a doubting one; and I envy no one the certainty of his self-approved wisdom."


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by tangledweb View Post
                        I was on the same side of the arena so do not have a good picture

                        Great pics and you sound like you'd be fun to sit in the stands with...


                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Dun Ciarain View Post
                          That's because "D" "Fence" is an American Football rallying chant.
                          Damn I've been out of the USA too long !

                          Well, whatever, even if I didn't get it at the time I DID notice you, OP !


                          • #14
                            We saw you there but I didn't get a photo. I did think it was cute though.


                            • Original Poster

                              tangledweb - Yay! You are so super, thank you so much for sharing that! I think its the only picture that you can see my face in because dear boyfriend always put the "D" right in front of my head !

                              Edited to add: I looked through the album and both my boyfriend and I were laughing out loud at your captions! Brilliant!

                              Do you mind if I upload it to my own facebook album to share with my friends and family? I will certainly credit you!

                              Thanks for all the compliments guys! We've planned on doing this for awhile, but the boyfriend can be very shy and wavered on if he would do it with me or not. Push came to shove and I won .
                              Last edited by SanDiegoMedalLover; Apr. 21, 2009, 02:42 AM. Reason: I had to compliment tangledweb!


                              • #16
                                Originally posted by tangledweb View Post
                                I was on the same side of the arena so do not have a good picture

                                Your captions are hilarious in that album!
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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by SanDiegoMedalLover View Post
                                  Do you mind if I upload it to my own facebook album to share with my friends and family? I will certainly credit you!
                                  Do what you like with it it, with or without credit. FB scales pics down very small, so if you want a bigger version, let me know.