Type: Posts; User: ACMEeventing
I say take the pressure off. I mean, all the way off.
Jump what you want, when you want. The thing about lost confidence is: NO ONE knows when it will come back. It just does.
You could drive...
And the fact that if you poll this forum a good many of us have first hand accounts of a tether not disengaging and the rider being attached to a horse after being unseated. Very scary.
Clearly not a spur mark. How sad that she has to have that DQ stand.
Sorry, I don't think you are helping your arguement with those videos.
But I digress.
OP, good training and good riding really do pay off. It might not be a ribbon or a check, but the personal...
Seriously, though, I wear mine tipped up just a bit. If you click my blog link (below), the picture at the top shows a pretty good side shot of it. And, I maintain, if the brim was down it would...
I'm reporting Trakehner for saying "eff".
It brought back a painful memory from the womb which has yet to be discovered through therapy. But my therapist is sure it's there, just a few more...
Jingles for Caroline. Even when they've lived to a ripe old age it still hurts.
Super cool horse.
Do I have to explain everything??
When the brim is down it impedes the proper tilting of a beer bottle.
Geez louise. Amateurs. . . .:rolleyes:
I officially just became the most lame "tack parent" ever.
I never should have read the responses ...
I have the Contour Roam 2. It's super simple, single slider bar on-off (easily managed with a gloved hand, no buttons to find), and has good image stabilization. Mounts with the sticky tape and is...
I *think* she was saying that the rider was nervous XC, not the horse. But 1* to 3* in 3 months does seem over zealous to say the least.
Maybe she tested positive for a performance enhancing mini :D
Sounds like a fun season for you! Good luck and keep the updates coming. And by "updates" I mean video with your hilarious friendly commentary in the background :)
Here's her statement:
I wonder how much of the Sheik's hot water encouraged her change of heart?
If we're still discussing your move-up at the show . . . You looked great!
What's next? A few more outings to gain confidence at that height and then start schooling the next? Your guy certainly...
I think this is what got her:
Not to say that it is yellow card worthy, but any horse (regardless of size) needs to be registered as a guest horse.
He gave life to characters that, portrayed by lesser actors, would have come off as lame.
I never knew if I was going to laugh or cry when watching him, it's such a fine line...
Congrats!! Your blog entry is great and the photos are fantastic. You two look amazing (and your body position is very enviable!) :)
I know you must be crazy stoked!
That's actually pretty clever. My horses would be all "yeah, I ride a school bus. But I sit in the back, you know, with the cool kids"
Alters (and houseguests) are the best. Hey, maybe we need an "All alter, all the time" forum . . .