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post #11 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 03:08 PM
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So when will we be seeing you working those colts? I have a tenancy to sell my youngsters before I have a need to start them. I find it works well for me.

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post #12 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 03:44 PM
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Where would we get the colts?

I'm more of a traditional type person with NH mixed in so I believe that nixes me from any competetions.... but it would be neat to watch.

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Where would we get the colts?

I'm more of a traditional type person with NH mixed in so I believe that nixes me from any competetions.... but it would be neat to watch.
any style, open!
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So when will we be seeing you working those colts? I have a tenancy to sell my youngsters before I have a need to start them. I find it works well for me.
yes, I would enter.
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post #15 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 03:58 PM
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So what is your background? Do you show, train? Are you an "amatuer" or a "professional" type horse person? My curiosity is peeked.

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So what is your background? Do you show, train? Are you an "amatuer" or a "professional" type horse person? My curiosity is peeked.
a some of all, just been very fortunate to ride with the some of the best of there(not just in clinics).
I love to see what I can get done and finding out how great some are and how much knowldge some trainers have
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I am really hoping some of the comments directed are not trying to be antagonistic towards me.
Happy trails
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post #18 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 04:25 PM
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I would absolutely love to join, but I don't believe I'd have the time to do such a thing, a cool idea to raise money for it would be to host the competition on a website and have people pay let's say $10 to view it. You could get a lot more viewers that way to make the pot of money bigger. My recommendation would be to do this on a more local level rather than the horseforum...the horseforum has members worldwide. Also, what exactly does this competition consist of? Are they 2yo colts? Completely un-handled until now? What are the rules?
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post #19 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 04:32 PM
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Well we could use more than 3, maybe a process of use some video tape to entire.
It would be great to see everyone working with their colts, using the style that I have been reading.
It could be really fun
Nope, doesn't work for me! I only work with fillies!
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post #20 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 04:35 PM
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If you want to judge how well a horse you are training is coming along the IPHDA is a great way to do that and win money at the same time. Never even need to leave home. You compete against people from all over the world and the judges are some of the best there is. Can win saddles buckles and such also. It has grown quite a bit over the past few years.

International Performance Horse Development Association

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