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        06-16-2007, 02:28 PM
      #11
    Yearling
    Just a question...

    Someone has coached me about 2' jumps and such and the release needs to be really big (such as said above..) but after watching show jumping I have noticed that if anything at the bottom of the jump there is no release, in fact it looks as if there holding there heads up.

    The reason for me asking here is that there have been a lot of things mentioned above about the release.

    She said that this jump was 6'7 so I imagine that your release needs to be " holding the horse up " ?

    I asked one of my trainers a long time ago and they said that you need to hold the horse up with the bit otherwise there going to tumble into the ground...I don't know about any of this.

    It just looked like there was quite a bit of debate on releasing above...
         
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        06-17-2007, 01:58 AM
      #12
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by barnrat
    just a question...

    Someone has coached me about 2' jumps and such and the release needs to be really big (such as said above..) but after watching show jumping I have noticed that if anything at the bottom of the jump there is no release, in fact it looks as if there holding there heads up.
    The reason for me asking here is that there have been a lot of things mentioned above about the release.

    She said that this jump was 6'7 so I imagine that your release needs to be " holding the horse up " ?

    I asked one of my trainers a long time ago and they said that you need to hold the horse up with the bit otherwise there going to tumble into the ground...I don't know about any of this.

    It just looked like there was quite a bit of debate on releasing above...

    Its true.. I watched the olypmic riding and bigger jumps people jump haha made no sence anyways and what they do is hold their head up to get there frount end over the jump then give them there heads to go over..

    I have proof..
    But its the wrong video I was looking for.. oh well this will do.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2jTtLWLoAU
         
        06-17-2007, 07:22 PM
      #13
    Yearling
    Oh, so what they do is release in the jump to get over, then pick the slack back up?
         
        06-17-2007, 07:28 PM
      #14
    Yearling
    Cant you get just about any horses pedigree and papers off the internet? That doesn't always prove that you own the horse.
         
        06-17-2007, 10:57 PM
      #15
    Foal
    Thanks guys for the loverly response. I am not a real mean bloke and I won't go and bit your heads off if ya tell me I am a **** rider. And yes I am a male-whoever asked that lol!! Well I think-------
    Anyway I am selling him cause well I am jumping heigher now and Jaybee Shultz is well- only 15.2hh. He is only a little boy!! I have got him on trial now to this young girl who is doing quite well with him. I do so bloodly own the horse- for gods sake does everyone on this website doubt everyone who sez boo? Its a great auwsum site but geez lighten up- its people like you who stuff the website up!!

    Cheers mate- I will have more pictures on the way!!
         
        06-18-2007, 12:17 AM
      #16
    Weanling
    So umm..~AUSSIE SHOWJUMPER~


    Whats your real name?


    And how old is JayBee Shultz??
         
        06-18-2007, 02:55 AM
      #17
    Yearling
    Yes, you can get SEVERAL horse's pedigree. I could get this horse's pedigree, doesn't mean I own it.

    What breed is this horse?
    What's your first name?
    Or full name?
    =)
         
        06-18-2007, 04:01 AM
      #18
    Green Broke
    Hi,

    Aussie Showjumper - Your horse is beautiful. Sorry but I'm not going to critique, as not very good at it anyway. But you look very good.

    :( Everyone else - I've stood back from this topic and another one to do with Aussie Showjumper, but I can't do it any longer. WHY, do you all think he is not the owner of this horse?
    If you are wrong and he does own this horse and its him in the pictures, I think you will all owe him one BIG apology. In my opinion, and it is my opinion, this is a form of bullying.

    Aussie - You don't have to do this, but maybe it would be worthwhile to show everyone some more pics of you and your horse? This way everyone will apologise and hopefully eat humble pie.
         
        06-18-2007, 04:24 AM
      #19
    Yearling
    What makes me suspect is that all of it sounds way to suspicious (from this thread and others) and not only this but WHERE the heck is Aussie Showjumper during all of this to defend him or her self?! GONE! If aussie came the minute things started getting weird then this may have turned for the better.
         
        06-18-2007, 04:29 AM
      #20
    Weanling
    There is one thing I can proove.

    The horses name..

    As you call it " Jaybee Shultz "

    Its spelt

    Jay Bee Schultz

    How do I know this? Because I Researched it and went onto the pedigree sites and googled yahooed atlavstaed ect ect.

    Why did you spell it incorrectly? So we couldnt find him.. ??

    Quote:
    he is 9yr Gelding
    " Kenneth’s award-winning horse Jay Bee Schultz is a 12-year- old throughbred warmblood cross showjumper imported from Australia "

    Hrmm maybe you should research him before you lie.
         

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