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    11-18-2011, 04:30 AM
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Aff. Showing help

I'm going to sound like a complete idiot but;
I have a 7 yo, 17.1 hanovarian x irish sports horse, who jumps 1.20 +, she been doing really well at unaff. Working and ridden hunter, I'm just wondering if anyone can help me get into aff. Showing? I litteraly have no idea of what to do! Or what I have to wear!
I'm male and 18 and at the minute I wear, a dark green, no velvet collar tweed jacket with a cream shirt, beige jods and a brown tie, with tan top riding boots and a brown CO Ascot hunt cap (ordered it from america, its a beagler with a removable flesh leather harness)
My horse is steel grey and she wears a brown bespoke working hunter saddle, with a brown rolled edge sheepskin half pad and a plain noseband brown bridle with a happy mouth pelham (she hates 2 bits) on 2 reins (one plaited and one plain)
I'm based in the midlands and would espically like to go to Oswestry and the West Midlands show!
Any help is greatly appreciated as I just have no clue as to how to get into any of these shows! :/
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