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        07-25-2008, 10:31 PM
    I have my cell in my pocket all the time.

    I've actually lost 2 cell phones out on the trail, while leading trail rides. I've gone back to look for them and have never found them. Bummer. I hate that!

    But I always have it on me. Mainly for safety reasons.
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        07-26-2008, 12:31 AM
    I keep mine in my pocket also. But I have considered getting one of the ankle carriers. But my weight often changes a lot. So I feel I will be to big for it at times. Same problem with the arm band. I don't need to wear a bra but that is a good idea. So my pocket has to do for know.

    I have been temped several time to put it I'm a pouch on my horn but I'm afraid that the day I do it I will fall off and my horse will run away.

    I always keep it on loud. It have never bothered any of my horses.
        07-26-2008, 09:52 AM
    I always have mine with me, but I've learned to put it in my front pocket of my jeans when I ride, not the back one. It fell out several times when I had it in the back pocket. I keep mine on loud and Jack doesn't mind at all. He's used to my ringtone lol.
        07-26-2008, 01:30 PM
    I īve got my cell phone in my pocket of my jeans the whole time
    I īve already a case for my digi cam and I think two cases wounld be very distracting ... ^^
        07-27-2008, 01:49 AM
    Lol I don't get much of a signal at my house, but I always keep it with me. Though I don't normally go riding by myself, so if I don't get service I know that someone else will... lol I have a dodgy phone!!
        07-27-2008, 01:29 PM
    I have a RAZR currently (will be getting the new iPhone when my contract is up) and it stays pretty easily in my jeans because it's so thin.

    If I'm riding in breeches, 99% of the time they have pockets, and I just zip them up in there.
        07-27-2008, 01:41 PM
    Side question - lots of you seem to ride in jeans! Don't the inside seams rub a lot? I've always been told that riding in jeans is one of the most uncomfortable things you can do; beginners are advised to wear something like jogging bottoms until they buy a pair of jodhpurs.
        07-27-2008, 01:55 PM
    Originally Posted by claireauriga
    Side question - lots of you seem to ride in jeans! Don't the inside seams rub a lot? I've always been told that riding in jeans is one of the most uncomfortable things you can do; beginners are advised to wear something like jogging bottoms until they buy a pair of jodhpurs.
    You know, I hadn't started wearing jeans until a while ago. I figure I look really fat in breeches and try to stay away from them unless I am showing/in a lesson.

    I had ridden in jeans because I had an unexpected riding lesson on Monday, and after I was changing into pajamas and noticed my inner thighs had bled. I didn't feel anything, but I think riding in jeans is catching up to me.

    Beginners should ride in breeches, yes. It's good to get used to the feeling of them.
        07-27-2008, 02:25 PM
    Bleeding?! Woah ...

    I ride in jods, mucker boots and half chaps - an outfit chosen entirely for comfort, lol. I have seen one rider with a pair of jods made to look like jeans, but that's it ...
        07-27-2008, 02:31 PM
    Yeah, I was not too happy. When I go ride tonight, I'm wearing breeches. :P

    If I'm having a lesson, I wear this minus the white show shirt:

    Usually I ride in a Polo Shirt, but that was at a 4-H show.

    I would suggest wearing breeches. :P

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