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post #1 of 115 Old 02-18-2009, 06:57 AM Thread Starter
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The Eventing Thread

This thread is for all of your questions and comments on Eventing. From rules to tack, to learning the sport, I would love to answer your questions.

Just ask anything you want to learn about the sport of Eventing, I will answer it as soon as I can.

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post #2 of 115 Old 02-18-2009, 07:14 AM
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So cool! I was thinking about starting something like this! lol well two quesions I guess
1. What areas do you ride in? I ride in areas 5, 3, and 8
2. Happy mouth bits are alowed right?

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These threads crack me up.
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Why do they crack you up? I'm just trying to help answer a few questions since there isnt a forum only on Eventing.
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So cool! I was thinking about starting something like this! lol well two quesions I guess
1. What areas do you ride in? I ride in areas 5, 3, and 8
2. Happy mouth bits are alowed right?
What do you mean by areas? Like levels? Or...?
If you follow USEA rules, Happymouth snaffles are permitted for both jumping and dressage.
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post #6 of 115 Old 02-18-2009, 04:53 PM
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wait, if you event at all, you should know what an area is!

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I do event. I have been eventing for quite a long time, but I have never heard of an area. What is it?
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What level have you evented to?

If you were on approach to a Trekhanner, coming down off of a slight decline. What kind of canter would you approach the Trekhanner in?
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sorry, but I can't really belive that you event when you don't know what an area is. and area is the region in which you event. I live in Area V, LA, AR, and TX.

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I looked up the different areas in eventing. I do not go by areas, so I am still not sure the purpose of them. Wow. An eventing question I dont know. :P Any help? lol
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