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  • #41
    Can you enter pony equitation, as well as junior eq.? if one pic is on a pony (from 3 years ago) and one is from a horse (recently7)?

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    • #42
      Can I get DMK to draw laser beams on my entry for the model class? I hope everyone notices how low his hocks are!

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        #43
        lol..

        Cashew> got em
        Popsicle> sure

        Lord Helpus> Nope, it wasn't intentional..I actually added Baby Greens to the last class list (because this class list is from the last horse show)...but since we still have a while for entriesand I agree a green 3' would be good, I'll add one.

        Amanda
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        • #44
          Hi, can you put the date on the entry list showing when it was last updated so we have an idea if you got our pictures? Or maybe something showing that the list is updated with all pictures sent up through a certain date?

          Thanks for all your hard work.

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            #45
            The entries have been updated through Saturday the 14th. I have about 6 or 7 emails sitting in my bin right now, but they're all from the 15th...so if you've sent your entries in Saturday or before and your name's not up there I haven't received them yet.

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

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            • #46
              Ok, Im a lil' confused about the whole:

              "6. You may only enter one picture of one horse in the Hunter classes. That does not mean you can't enter two horses in the class, it just means you can't enter two pictures of ONE horse.
              7. Only one entry PER RIDER in the equitation. (meaning, you cannot enter the same rider on two horses"

              Does that mean I can enter, say, Childrens hunter and no more hunter classes? Or, is that per class?

              Sorry, Im having one of those crappy dumb blond days.

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              • #47
                Question! Do you have to put your full name under Rider Name if you're not comfortable putting that on?

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                • #48
                  Just wanted to say thank you for putting on the show.

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                    #49
                    Impromptu, you can enter a horse in as many hunter classes as it's qualified for, you just can't enter two pictures of the same horse in one class. (So yes, you can enter as many DIFFERENT horses in a class as you want)

                    You can enter as many equitation classes as you are qualified for, however you can't enter the same rider in the same class twice.

                    Just like in real life- hunter riders can show as many as they want in the hunters, but only one in the eq.

                    custom> no problem, just use your BB name!

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

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                    • #50
                      K have chosen my pics I am sending I think lol. HAVE to debut my pony here for a giggle! Will send them in the morning!

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                      • #51
                        yay its done! I am so not going to get anywhere, but who cares?! Its all for fun! lol

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                        • #52
                          PonyJumperGRL: Check your PT's

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                          • #53
                            I am 16 years old. Can I enter:

                            Childrens Flat (was is it? eq?)
                            Junior Equitation on the flat
                            Special Hunters (thats on the horse right? The jump can be 2ft?)
                            Long Stirrup Equitation (it has to be an x that is 2 foot?)

                            Thanks!

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                              #54
                              The Children's Flat is actually an Under Saddle class. The consensus seems to be that you can enter whatever you were qualified for when the picture was taken (for instance, if you have a picture from 6 years ago in the Short Stirrup you can enter that in the Short Stirrup, but you ARE also allowed to enter a more recent picture in say the Junior Hunters...)

                              Long Stirrup is anything from a X to jumps up to 2'. Special Hunters is the horse and the heights are anywhere from 2'-2'6.

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

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                              • #55
                                So when do we get to judge?? That's my favorite part!!

                                -Anne, formerly Pretty Filly, now Four Socks. The proud new owner of Greg!-
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                                • #56
                                  Question on Baby Green Hunters!

                                  Whats the height range for the jumps? Can a 2ft one be okay?

                                  Im not sure if my horse would be eligable for this or not. Weve gone over some little cross rails for about 2 years, but just recently (past 6 months) we have done some higher ones (2`3) with interesting stuff under them. Can she go in the Baby Green Hunters?

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                                  • #57
                                    One more question! What does scopiest mean?

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                                    • #58
                                      What if one of the classes you enter only has 1 or 2 people? Will it still go? (Im thinking about the Long Stirrup Equitation)

                                      But I guess that more people will enter it though!

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                                        #59
                                        Yup, all the classes will be judged regardless of how many entries. Your Desire> your horse can go in Baby Greens, that's fine.

                                        FourSocks> as soon as the entries close, we'll need lots of people to judge!

                                        Amanda
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                                        • #60
                                          bumping it for amanda

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