Type: Posts; User: Long Spot
I wish I could comment on this.:sadsmile:
Crock, I've got a 4 year old OTTB who occasionally does what you describe with the dropping shoulder/spook etc. Imagine my face when I realize, just as you mentioned it's only in one direction, and...
Yes. And the second. And the third.
Honey, your 300k word missive kind of shows how invested you are in this "nonsense".
Holy cow. TWO people making things way more complicated than they need to be, or actually are.
I guess I'm confused. I know I'm in my 40's, but those are traditional old school terms for a color, and conformation and conformation faults? The words may not feel fuzzy and cute, but...
Damn, your commitment is admirable!
This is absolutely, positively something I'd not touch with a ten foot pole. Been screwed a few times on both sides of the situation.
Cannot warn you against it enough.
At the end of the day, your trainer sounds like a good one.
Tell her/him you are having some unapproved input from your brain over height stuff and would like to nip that in the bud. Bet you'll...
First obstacle cleared.
He's not one to not finish the course. ;)
I'm one of them. LOVE it for crispy tails.
You have cockles? You should have said something! I've been standing downhill from you!
No, you are not alone TB or not TB.
For all of the same reasons, I agree wholeheartedly.
I once had a boarder who was concerned her horse was stalled next to a horse with navicular. She didn't want her horse to catch it. ;) Think about why that's applicable here.
All I'm going...
That being said, excellent post, Lady E.
Apparently, right here.
Popped up on mine too, with two gal's kissing his muzzle...
Class, boys and girls. Mel0309 has it.
And average the two scores? Interesting idea. I like it.
Renting a public place on his own (like the fairgrounds etc) might be an option, and would allow him to make his own rules, requirements, and stipulations for his clinic, and ensure that it wouldn't...
More like a sebaceous cyst. They keep coming back for another popping.
Unfortunately I think he wants to talk Nick with someone. Not horses.
Oh honey. I am so very sorry. No words, just many internet hugs for you and yours.
Mine was for 4-H horse judging.
Wait a minute, that must mean I'm a judge.
Judge for hire, people! I'm an eggspurt.
Seems some of the people giving testimonials have the same little quirk. Odd, that.