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    08-03-2009, 11:51 PM
  #11
Green Broke
ROFL!!!

I glanced at the picture, and I thought you meant it was because you had really bad equitation over a jump! Then I read some of the responses and realized she wasn't jumping anything! *giggles* Very nicely ridden! I swear horses stand around and plot on ways to embarrass us in public
     
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    08-04-2009, 07:56 AM
  #12
Started
Thanks everyone...lol

I had pulled that back up because Grace (who is leasing my other mare) had a decent hunt seat ride (only her second time showing English) at a open show last week but didnt place well. She was bummed so I sent this to her saying that it was better to have a good ride and not place then to have your horse jump an invisible fence and not place...lol she said she is just going to work harder at riding.
     

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