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post #21 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 04:38 PM
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Doesn't the BLM put something like this on?
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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?
each rider picks a Colt or Filly, you are judged on how you start them and then you are asked to show what you can do on them, all in 3 days.
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Doesn't the BLM put something like this on?

Does seem like they do. Not sure it is only 3 days I think it is over a few months but still something like this.

If a person has an inclination there is a place to show or participate at any level for any reason.

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That IPHDA is very cool!!
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post #25 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 04:48 PM
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Here it is....looks very cool! I wish I had time! I always have loved Mustangs!

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post #26 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 04:49 PM
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That IPHDA is very cool!!
It really is. Nice thing is that it gives you an idea of where you are in your horses training. It also gives you something to work towards and a reward when you get there. There are also other things like on line clinics and such that can really help also.

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the Mustangs they do in a month, the "Road to the Horse" is done in 3 days.
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Meh...not trying to start an argument but as the saying goes...Rome wasn't built in a day...and rushing horses is a bad idea.
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Meh...not trying to start an argument but as the saying goes...Rome wasn't built in a day...and rushing horses is a bad idea.
understand what you saying, most horses love a job presented well, most ranches have their young horses working in 2-3 days, with reason.
It is all under control.
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post #30 of 419 Old 09-08-2010, 05:07 PM
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Here it is....looks very cool! I wish I had time! I always have loved Mustangs!

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Wonder how any trainers make any money doing that. $700 for 3 months worth of work is not that good. Especially when you factor in feed and such. It is a good thing to get these horses adoptable but still.

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