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I started a thread on this mare in the Hunter/Jumper forum, if anyone wants to see more: ...
Yes, that's what I was wondering. But sometimes they do slip through the cracks. Maybe someone can buy her and turn her out for a year or her breeder will find her or something.
Wow, she looks like a nice mare. Hope she finds a nice place to land.
This just showed up in my FB feed:
She's up for auction on Thursday
I just read this thread and looked at FB - first new post was this one! My dear but gullible friend...
These rides are awesome!
Interesting thread - I'm going to watch the Grand Slam of showjumping in an hour and now I have lot more to think about!
more on Jay and his work
Well geez, when you put it like that...
I love his dubious expression but I agree that ain't no halter horse!
Jay Kirkpatrick died this week. He will be missed by so many:
Wonderful! Can we see some pics of your son and these "ginormous" horses?
Thanks all, this is interesting information. I figured hunts have to be subsidized by someone somehow or they wouldn't be sustainable.
And I promise I will never call them dogs! Ooops.
So I was reading another thread and it got me thinking about budgets. I have never hunted though I have been saying that I want to for the past five years. So I've read up on hunting but...
If the BO does let you stay for free, make sure you have a contract!!!!!!
Thanks for your thoughts, all. I'm going to pay more attention to European vs. North American jumper riders' styles now :)
I'll tell you what he doesn't want is the Friskies cat toy that's on the tv right now. I bought it and he turned up his nose at the string things and can't figure out how to get the treats out of...
That makes sense - maybe she just stands out to me because her form is different. Plus she has a long upper body so I imagine she has strong abs :)
This video was posted on another thread and while the horse is awesome http://psi-auktion.de/eng/p.s.i.-auction/p.s.i.-auktion-2015/show-jumping/39.-stalognia.html I am more impressed by the rider....
It looks to me like he is being diplomatic and hedging his bets. But it's great he's acknowledging the long format and the importance of a strong foundation of lower level riders.
and he's an Otterbein alum!