|Mike_Admin ||03-14-2008 09:50 AM |
Please start new riding topics in the new riding forums!
Members suggested that we add forums for specific disciplines of riding and we've done so. We are going to move the topics in this riding forum to the proper forum in the new Riding category. While you are of course welcome to continue reply to topics in this forum, please start any new topics that pertain to riding in the proper forum in the Riding category.
|Vidaloco ||03-14-2008 09:58 AM |
Thanks Mike :D
|Mike_Admin ||03-14-2008 10:06 AM |
My pleasure. 8)
I hate to be picky as I love the new forums... but what about people who ride different from English / Western? (Australian, plain Bareback, Trooper or military saddles)
Maybe an "Other" section?
|nenagh88 ||01-14-2009 07:40 AM |
i completely agree!
|moomoo ||01-14-2009 08:20 AM |
I hate to rain on the parade :oops: but I think there are too many sub forums
|BuddyMyBoy ||03-29-2011 09:16 PM |
I think its a great idea mike! but what about the people who do multiple disciplins? Would that go under other?
|kitten_Val ||03-30-2011 04:08 PM |
Buddy, many times questions are discipline-specific. I mean I post in "English riding" when I have "general English riding" question, "Dressage" or "Jumping" if I have something specific to just dressage or just jumping. If you have a general question not really related to the type of riding just post it in "Riding". :-)
|kategreece ||04-02-2011 12:55 AM |
Agree. For other type of riding, may consider equestrianlover community. May find the special horse lovers
|BuddyMyBoy ||04-06-2011 10:40 PM |
Ok thanks! oh and what does it mean by a poll when you go to post a thread? Like the maximum is 10 or something. I don't get what a poll is. Sorry!
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