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  • Hi,

    I don't know if I'm crazy or not but the results from the Regular Hunters O/F do not correspond. The scores do not match up with the listed order.

    The order according to scores is: #4,3,2,1,5,6 and according to the order it is just 1 through 6. Looks like it maybe got missed, according to the scores on the score sheet anyway

    Anyone one else notice this?




    http://community.webshots.com/user/bailster102

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    • Thanks for all your hard work. It was lots of fun.

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      • Who's the Adult Eq O/F winner, haha ....That picture works every time.

        Thanks guys, brilliant job!

        ~Lindsey
        *Napoleon*

        "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"
        (Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, US Navy)
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        • I won the adult eq on the flat on Mr Cheeky appaloosa! He gets a big snuggle today for being so gorgeous and easy to ride!
          Thanks again! was fun

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          Aim 2003/2004: National High points for appaloosa show jumping!
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          • Okay I finally figured out how to send the file to Microsoft Spreadsheet.

            ×Val×
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            \"Luck is when preparation meets oportunity.\"

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            • can someone post the scores please?

              *Tipperary*
              *Tipperary*
              anyone who says they made a small fortune in the horse business probably started with a large fortune.

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              • They are on page one of this thread!


                Gotta love mares!

                http://home.cogeco.ca/~patm/NOVA2.htm
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                http://www.picturetrail.com/cordovanova

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                • I would like to thank the person who gave Midge a 100. I am sure the person who gave her a 67 was influenced by politics!

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                  • Original Poster

                    lol Midge...

                    if you look some of the scores had a HUGE range...very impressive.

                    Amanda
                    "Freedom is nothing but a chance to be better." - Albert Camus

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                    • This looks really fun! I thought this was an actual horse show, and not just pictures.

                      Someone put together a lot of hard work on this project!

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                      • <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Celebrity:
                        They are on page one of this thread!


                        Gotta love mares!

                        http://home.cogeco.ca/~patm/NOVA2.htm<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
                        i know but i cant get them to load!!!

                        *Tipperary*
                        *Tipperary*
                        anyone who says they made a small fortune in the horse business probably started with a large fortune.

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                        • Yeah, for my one class I had a score of a 64 and a 94. haha

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                          • Yeah me too! My girl had between 84-96 and one 70. hehehehe... I found as well at first that I asn't sure if I should do it as a 1-10 (so a 4 would be 40, etc..) But either way thats cool!
                            That was a lot of fun and I can't wait until the next one when I can enter some under saddle classes! Thanks to everyone who did all the hard work!


                            Gotta love mares!

                            http://home.cogeco.ca/~patm/NOVA2.htm
                            Holsteiner Clique!!
                            http://www.picturetrail.com/cordovanova

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                            • thank you ponyjumper! It was a really nicely organized show! well done! And aww!!! I'm so happy my little project pony won the short stirrup!!!! lol! I wish I still had her so I could give her a hug!

                              "It takes one to ride, but two to win."

                              "There is fate, but it only takes you so far. Because once you're there it's up to you to make it happen"
                              \"It takes one to ride, but two to win.\"
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                              • Great job on the show, thanks a lot to everyone who worked hard. I have one suggestion though for next time, if we just gave scores for each placing like if you thought someone gets first the first is worth 100 pts, then second could be 95, and so on, and then whoever gets the highest score in the end wins or they could have an average out of all the scores they got. Just a suggestion :-)

                                ~BenRidin
                                ~BenRidin

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                                • Hey guys!

                                  Thanks very much for your tremendous work! Your efforts are greatly appreciated! I am very proud of my little Morgan hunter winning both his classes, my little kiddo is growing up!

                                  If anyone wouldn't mind putting the scores into a word document I would love you forever! Thanks so much!

                                  Aimee

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                                  • <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by BenRidin:
                                    Great job on the show, thanks a lot to everyone who worked hard. I have one suggestion though for next time, if we just gave scores for each placing like if you thought someone gets first the first is worth 100 pts, then second could be 95, and so on, and then whoever gets the highest score in the end wins or they could have an average out of all the scores they got. Just a suggestion :-)

                                    ~BenRidin<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

                                    I like that idea. One thing that I noticed on some of the scores is that they varied. Like some got a (just making these numbers up as I don't know the exact ones) 95 and a 70. Since we're all not 'R' judges I think it would be *more* accurate if we just placed them in the order that we thought they should come in. Other than that I think that the show was a great hit and so much fun.

                                    ×Val×
                                    http://community.webshots.com/user/falcon3888
                                    \"Luck is when preparation meets oportunity.\"

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                                    • I can't view the scores Is there someway you can put them on a Word document or something like that?

                                      Dana
                                      Sox Appeal
                                      Dulcinae

                                      Fox Ridge Farm
                                      Dana
                                      Dulcinae
                                      You can tell a gelding, ask a stallion, but you must discuss it with a mare.

                                      Fox Ridge Farm

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                                      • Yahoo, go me! *lol*

                                        My first and most likely last US show!

                                        Kiwi and I placed:
                                        1st - Childrens Flat
                                        1st - Junior Flat
                                        4th - Open Hunter Flat
                                        4th - short/long stirrup eq. o/f haha that picture was horrible!

                                        Great show guys!

                                        *Gotta Love Those Chestnut Mares With Lots Of Chrome*
                                        *Gotta Love Those Chestnut Mares With Lots Of Chrome*

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                                        • <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by BenRidin:
                                          Great job on the show, thanks a lot to everyone who worked hard. I have one suggestion though for next time, if we just gave scores for each placing like if you thought someone gets first the first is worth 100 pts, then second could be 95, and so on, and then whoever gets the highest score in the end wins or they could have an average out of all the scores they got. Just a suggestion :-)

                                          ~BenRidin<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

                                          That is a good idea! I had no clue how to judge... so say my 1st place person got a 90, every place after that went down by 5 each time! Sort of what you suggested!

                                          *Gotta Love Those Chestnut Mares With Lots Of Chrome*
                                          *Gotta Love Those Chestnut Mares With Lots Of Chrome*

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