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Katie Price/Jordan -- that's quite the dressage coat...

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  • #41
    I think you are confused as to the definition of "prostitute".

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    • #42
      Nope.
      Against My Better Judgement: A blog about my new FLF OTTB
      Do not buy a Volkswagen. I did and I regret it.
      VW sucks.

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      • #43
        I like her jacket! If my coach wouldn't scrape my butt off my horse and beat me senseless (might not require alot of effort ), I would totally wear it at 3-Days .

        If you look past the fact that she has no shirt/stocktie (haven't we all ridden in bibs with a tank top?), and her hair isn't up in a hairnet she looks ok. We do need to remember this is an exposition not a show. My parents were in the entertainment industry in LA for 20 years and that much makeup is needed to be seen at all by the crowd. Look at the little Olympic gymnasts for a good example.

        I know some jumper riders and event riders that wear AS MUCH makeup if not MORE than Katie Price. It is what it is! She is having fun and drawing positive attention to a not-so-televised sport.

        I wonder if her adorable horse jumps?!?!
        RIP Kid Gloves (Holly) 1992 TBxHanv CCI*** mare.
        http://photobucket.com/tx3dayeventer/holly
        New mare: Miss Bunny Express (Missy) 1995 AQHA Jumper mare.
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        • #44
          http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/spo...cle4926474.ece

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          • #45
            This is her usual gig;

            http://www.allposters.com/gallery.as...n%29&SearchID=
            Western pleasure !!
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            • #46
              Originally posted by JER View Post
              When you take away the bling and implants, this is working-class girl who loves horses
              I think you mean "working girls".

              And the ones who love horses do donkey shows.

              Uh - no thanks. No matter how much she "loves horses", this person is not someone I'd want my horse crazy niece to consider a role model.
              Brothers and sisters, I bid you beware
              Of giving your heart to a dog to tear.
              -Rudyard Kipling

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              • #47
                I don't like her face or the outfit, but the polo's have just a little sparkle which I really like. Too bad I don't do polo's or I would want them.

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by Mendin Fences View Post
                  I don't like her face or the outfit, but the polo's have just a little sparkle which I really like. Too bad I don't do polo's or I would want them.
                  Apparently you don't do correct spelling, either. No apostrophe in "polos". Duh...
                  Against My Better Judgement: A blog about my new FLF OTTB
                  Do not buy a Volkswagen. I did and I regret it.
                  VW sucks.

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                  • #49
                    For those who have never had to perform in stage make-up, here is the line my pal gives me every time we start slathering on the stuff to get ready:

                    "If you were 10 feet away from me, galloping on a horse, could you see it?"

                    If not, there's not enough on. Especially if it is dark...your features fade.

                    Risk-Averse Rider saw a picture of me in mild make-up from a restaurant gig & said I looked like the mom witch on the tv "Bewitched." Agnes Moorehead?

                    So give this poor thing a break on the make-up at least.
                    ~ Horse Box Lovers Clique ~

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                    • #50
                      yes... Princess (queen?) of stage makeup here!!

                      Fact is, this was an exhibition ride, not a competition ride.

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                      • #51
                        Originally posted by anabug View Post
                        A lot more pictures here:

                        http://community.livejournal.com/ohn...84.html#cutid1

                        I think she looks great! I'm a huge Katie Price fan. Lovely horse. She's doing great.
                        Cripes! If I leaned like that my trainer would rip me a new one.

                        Eileen
                        Mad Mare™ Studio
                        Custom Swarovski®, Czech glass and gemstone browbands in Circlet, Diadem and Tiara styles. Matching stock pins, bracelets and belts.
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                        • #52
                          How can you be a fan of somebody who takes their clothes off and plays with themselves for money, unless you're an overstimulated pubescent boy with too much time on his hands?
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                          • #53
                            I never heard of her. I goggled her photos: http://images.google.com/images?q=Jo...=1&sa=N&tab=wi

                            I'm glad to see that she took it DOWN several notches for dressage exhibition. She shows nothing vulgar or inappropriate during her show performance. She could off cut away the jacket to show her belly button and deep cut of her D cups and wear stokings for breeches as well

                            Can we really expect a sex model to change completely in the name of dressage?

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                            • #54
                              Well, it is apparently for publicity as much as anything - and lets face it, at least here in the US, we can use as much positive dressage publicity as we can get - even when we have to buy it!

                              I think its fun and a great promo - for her, the sport and her sponsors.

                              Perhaps for some, we should just set out a saucer (or gallon) of cream????
                              Originally posted by SmartAlex

                              Give it up. Many of us CoTHers are trapped at a computer all day with no way out, and we hunt in packs. So far it as all been in good fun. You should be thankful for that.

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                              • #55
                                Man I wish I had the money to get to that level of riding and horse in less than a year. Oh well, I'll do it the old fashion way with lots of hard work and time

                                Stop leaning!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                                Horses aren't our whole life, but makes our life whole

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                                • #56
                                  Originally posted by rabicon View Post
                                  Man I wish I had the money to get to that level of riding and horse in less than a year.

                                  What level would that be?
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                                  • #57
                                    Originally posted by Equibrit View Post
                                    What level would that be?
                                    Un-level, apparently

                                    Eileen
                                    Mad Mare™ Studio
                                    Custom Swarovski®, Czech glass and gemstone browbands in Circlet, Diadem and Tiara styles. Matching stock pins, bracelets and belts.
                                    http://MadMare.com

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                                    • #58
                                      It appears to be the level where one can afford to buy a horse whose talents/capabilities far outstrip one's own, and then not put the work into learning how to ride it correctly.

                                      IMNSHO, she's the British equestrian version of Pamela Anderson,....................only with a little less class.
                                      In loving memory of Laura Jahnke.
                                      A life lived by example, done too soon.
                                      www.caringbridge.org/page/laurajahnke/

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                                      • #59
                                        Originally posted by ESG View Post
                                        It appears to be the level where one can afford to buy a horse whose talents/capabilities far outstrip one's own, and then not put the work into learning how to ride it correctly.

                                        IMNSHO, she's the British equestrian version of Pamela Anderson,....................only with a little less class.
                                        Sounds like a LOT of people, frankly.

                                        A few hunter and eq riders come to mind.

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                                        • #60
                                          It doesn't take much to have more class than Pam Anderson, unless you think home porno on the net is classy.

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