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  1. Chokolate
    12-30-2012 09:17 PM - permalink
    No, breeches are jodhpurs :) I have Dublin half chaps too! What are paddock boots? Gumboots? I love my chaps too!

    Happy New Year!
  2. Chokolate
    12-30-2012 04:36 AM - permalink
    Suede is useful learning position and things like that because they help you stick and not slide around so mucb. Full seat helps you stick better in the saddle and knee patches and chaps help your legs (to an extent) so when I was learning jumping I used them to help my position while I got the hang of it and I find them really useful riding on the flat too. I'm not sure what elite dressage riders use, it might just be a matter of personal preference, but probably they are useful for dressage. I'm not sure if they're made specifially for dressage, though. Some probably are.

    Jodhs are so useful for English, you'll love them! Riding gloves are great too (especially on Pita Mr I-don't-care-what-you-think-we're-going-that-way haha) they help with your grip and stop the reins sliding.
  3. Chokolate
    12-26-2012 01:45 AM - permalink
    Nope, not this year I have everything horsey that I need for now. Maybe for my birthday next year I could ask for a pretty crop to use on Pita - they have some very inventive ones at Horseland!

    Breeches are really useful! Are they 'stickybum' (suede) to help you stick? They're my favourite.
  4. Chokolate
    12-24-2012 05:08 PM - permalink
    Merry Christmas! Have a wonderful day!

    What did you give your family? I gave my dad a book on Formula One (he loves racing cars) my mum a book of Thai recipes because she loves Thai food, and my sister hi-bounce balls and a packet of water toys for the holidays.
  5. HorseCrazyTeen
    12-23-2012 05:50 PM - permalink
    Merry Christmas!
  6. HorseCrazyTeen
    12-09-2012 08:34 PM - permalink
    Thanks for sending me a friend request!
  7. Chokolate
    12-07-2012 02:28 AM - permalink
    Boxing Day is the day after Christmas Day, it's on the 26th December.
  8. Chokolate
    12-05-2012 11:21 PM - permalink
    That sounds like fun! Usually we have a quiet Christmas Day and meet up with our relatives on Boxing Day. We do a little Christmas dinner on 25th and do the big a
    Christmas lunch the next day. On 23rd we have our street party with all the neighbours, everyone brings food and drinks and we blockade off the street and have a big party. The kids play games and the adults sit and talk. When it gets dark, we play spotlight through everyone's yards and all around the street.
  9. Chokolate
    12-05-2012 09:36 PM - permalink
    Hi LTR! Are you just as excited for Christmas as I am?

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