Has anyone else noticed how warmbloods have become such a trend in the show ring that the other breeds competing aren't placed as fairly? I have no problem with warmbloods, I think they are absolutely wonderful horses, but this is definitely something that I have noticed. And it may be that this is just at local shows, where they aren't as professional, but it's quite irritating! It's a little discouraging when you go into a hunter class and already expect to place lower than the rest just because you're on a less expensive horse. Yes, it's reality, but none the less frustrating!
What do ya'll think?