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Cowboys girl 03-26-2009 12:32 PM

Queens contest...?
 
I was asked to enter the Queens contes in a state show, but i dont no if my horse can do it... She can do anything i ask her like stop, turn, back, and she is neck rained... but dosnt a horse that you ride in a queens contest like have to keep her head level, do cirtain gaits, and crap like that? I really want to, but i dont know if i can! i need some tips on how to and what i would have to do to use my horse.

Cowboys girl 03-26-2009 12:48 PM

anyone? plz? help!

i also have 4 other horses but they arnt trained as well as this one, and they might act up in front of crowds, so i dont no... would u try them too?

WesternPleasure27 04-01-2009 09:28 PM

Find out what kind of a pattern is required and if you can borrow a horse or not.
Fact of the matter is, if your horse can't do it, you won't win.

Spastic_Dove 04-02-2009 02:50 PM

Youre going to want a horse than can deal with crowds, move nicely, (He doesnt have a headset but he should look calm and collected), be well put together and look good. Usually queen horses are apt at something (Barrels, etc). Rodeo Queens compete in events, horsemanship, pagent questions...etc.

Cowboys girl 04-02-2009 04:47 PM

This is for like shows... (and WestrenPleasure27, the reason im asking is because theres no where that i can borrow a horse, and i never said my horse couldnt do it.)

At this point, shes doing gr8 n barrels, so i guess that helps... she LOVES crowds, like she likes to show off... and from what ive read and seen, i think she can do it. how should i start? thankx Spastic Dove.

Spastic_Dove 04-02-2009 05:08 PM

So I'm confused...are they just shows where there's a highpoint "queen" or are you doing a rodeo queen pagent?

WesternPleasure27 04-02-2009 09:00 PM

I'm confused as well.
Is it a Rodeo Queen or Saddle Club Queen? And what does the "contest" involve?
From what you said in the OP, you made it sound like you didn't have a horse who could do it.


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