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  1. Barn, Stable, Shelter & Equipment
    I am looking to build an arena around 80'-90' x 100'. Wish it could be larger but can't due to property restrictions... I've read that most people who jump like minimum of 80' x 120'. If anyone has any insight on this size or similar sizes in terms of how suitable it would be for flat work and...
  2. Show Jumping and using jumping in training
    OK, my new loan horse is an ex-showjumper, he's and he can jump over one metre twenty. I'm loaning him at the same yard hes been at for the last ten years so he hasn't had the disruption of moving or anything, and he doesn't have any injuries and he's about fifteen so he's not young...
  3. Show Jumping and using jumping in training
    Hello, everybody. I live in West Ham, East London and I'd like to find an equestrian club where I could continue my riding because I lived in Bulgaria nad I am in England 1 week. So my question is "Can you tell my a place in East London where I can ride and jump; And can I work (groom horses...
  4. Show Jumping and using jumping in training
    My trainer has suggested that I use a slow twist Dee ring or full cheek snaffle on my strong gelding. My gelding tends to get strong while jumping or venturing sometimes. He puts his head down and takes off. He gets really fast and charges fences at times. He runs right through it. Right now I...
  5. Tack, Equipment, Riding Wear Classifieds
    Brand New 10' Unfinished Northern White Cedar Jump Rails for Sale I had to buy a quantity and have about 100 leftover for whoever is interested. Located in Hauppauge, LI, NY. $40 each or best offer Please email [email protected] if interested
  6. Training, Performance, behavioral concerns/queries
    Okay, so I am training my project horse out of just doing trails, into being pretty much an eventing horse, but I have 2 questions/problems. Since he was a trail horse, he was never told what was wrong and what was right with his gaits, neck, etc., so he ALWAYS takes his right lead, but it is...
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