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post #11 of 27 Old 10-27-2010, 08:10 AM
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I can't see pics on my phone, but good job!!!!! A 34 is a great score!!!!

And I'm with Allison! You're SUPPOSED toget eliminated!!!!!! I did.... My friend who's going intermediate now did, and every person who I know that events got E'd alot in the first couple years :) it'll come. Don't worry. I've ridden in the wrong dressage ring, gotten too many refusals in stadium, and fell xc :) lol eventing!!! Welcome to the bestest sport EVER.
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post #12 of 27 Old 10-27-2010, 08:13 AM
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Just got the pics to work, your horse looks like she loves it!!!!!! The only thing I'd say is to work in two point alot!!!! You'll be thankful on xc when you're leg is strong and you can get out of the tack to gallop!!!! Again, welcome to the dark side
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I can't see pics on my phone, but good job!!!!! A 34 is a great score!!!!

And I'm with Allison! You're SUPPOSED toget eliminated!!!!!! I did.... My friend who's going intermediate now did, and every person who I know that events got E'd alot in the first couple years :) it'll come. Don't worry. I've ridden in the wrong dressage ring, gotten too many refusals in stadium, and fell xc :) lol eventing!!! Welcome to the bestest sport EVER.
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Hahaha thanks. Everyone told me that too about the elmination thing. I'm the kinda person who takes things too seriously though and probably would have been 100 times as nervous fo my next event if I got eliminated lol. Oh well....just waiting for that day to come! And I totally agree, Eventing is the the best sport ever! One of my binders clearly states that.

I Ride. I Win. I kick butt, like a girl! So get over it!
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post #14 of 27 Old 10-27-2010, 06:17 PM
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I can't see pics on my phone, but good job!!!!! A 34 is a great score!!!!

And I'm with Allison! You're SUPPOSED toget eliminated!!!!!! I did.... My friend who's going intermediate now did, and every person who I know that events got E'd alot in the first couple years :) it'll come. Don't worry. I've ridden in the wrong dressage ring, gotten too many refusals in stadium, and fell xc :) lol eventing!!! Welcome to the bestest sport EVER.
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:( I've yet to be eliminated and I've been eventing for like 6-7 years.
I have had to withdraw though, but I told you that story already.

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post #15 of 27 Old 10-27-2010, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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Wow, that's pretty amazing!

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post #16 of 27 Old 10-27-2010, 06:25 PM
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I've not been eliminated yet either. Eventing for 10 years :)

Look like a SUPERSTAR, Ride like a FOUR STAR, Win like a ROCKSTAR
Eventers: Making BAD Dressage look GOOD!
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Wow again!

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post #18 of 27 Old 10-27-2010, 08:01 PM
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I was eliminated as a kid. Later, I ALMOST was eliminated as a professional rider. I was in the XC warmup and followed a horse over the warm-up jump...not really paying attention. Well, the rider I followed jumped the jump backwards!! OOOPS!

There was a lot of discussion about whether to eliminate both of us. Luckily, the person I followed was a person who had put in hours and hours of labor for this event and they didn't want to eliminate her (I'm sure they would have made an example of me, being a careless pro). As it turned out, they waited until after the stadium to declare me the winner of my division. They did exact a lot of sweat from me, since I was showing a clients horse.

I never made that mistake again!!
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Yeah, I've never been Eliminated either, and I've been Eventing for....eons.....ah, let me count...14 years. God....you'd think I'd be at Rolex by now....ok.....that's depressing.

I think I need to go and console myself with a bag of Chocolate Chip Cookies....Keelber.....*sniffles*

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post #20 of 27 Old 10-28-2010, 08:24 AM
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Well then, your time will come.
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