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  • 101 arena groundwork cherry hill
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    06-19-2008, 09:00 PM
There is a really good book by Cherry Hill called "101 Arena Exercises".

Tho I have to admit I have never used it myself, I own it. Has some great ideas.
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    06-19-2008, 11:43 PM
Thanks everybody for the great ideas! Good news is that my due date was bumped up a little and I'm nearly "full term" so I won't be getting to do very much the next month or so, and besides that, it's been so soggy here. My poor boys are in a swamp, about the only place that doesn't have standing water is where the round bales used to go last winter. The pond is flooded, etc. About the only thing I can do right now is hand walk or line drive on the gravel road, which is washing out every 1/8th of a mile. At least I can still do that.
    03-07-2011, 01:37 PM
Just a note on the saying please... the carrot stretches I think are brill but maybe not the sayin please by holding up a leg, just if they start doing it of thier own accord and not when told and theres a little one on the way could get messy

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