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Forum: Dressage
 Topic: Jackets
Re: Jackets [message #3227205 is a reply to message #3224943 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 10:57
  Chaseeau  is currently offline Chaseeau  
Messages: 4637
Registered: January 2009
Step away from the computer,
I had never heard of Spooks jackets (I am old and out of touch).

Just visited their website and... yuk.

Whatever happened to simple and classy? I struggle enough with the rise of the "bling" browbands, but those clingy jackets with all that white piping are just ugly, ugly, ugly.

Good on you, Kel, for wanting to keep things elegant and understated.


Horses are brave and loyal and more,
but none so much as the horses of war.
www.internationalcavalry.org
 Topic: HRCAV Test Training at Boneo Park - just in time for the TTT
HRCAV Test Training at Boneo Park - just in time for the TTT [message #3227266] Fri, 24 October 2014 14:28
Boneoparkequestriancentre  is currently offline Boneoparkequestriancentre  
Messages: 15
Registered: July 2013
Level 5
Boneo Park is running a test training day just for HRCAV riders. This will be the perfect warm up for the TTT Dressage.

Tuesday November 11th 2014
Boneo Park Equestrian Centre
All .3 and .6 tests
15 min time slots
Enter online here: http://www.globalentriesonline.com.au/event_details/details. php?eventId=867&eventDetailId=3118

For more information visit www.boneopark.com.au
Enquiries: (03) 5986 3006 or events@boneopark.com.au
Forum: Events for the Calendar
 Topic: Gillian Rolton Clinic @ Donvale ARC
Gillian Rolton Clinic @ Donvale ARC [message #3227203] Fri, 24 October 2014 10:47
karen  is currently offline karen  
Messages: 19
Registered: October 2005
Location: Donvale ARC
Level 5
Book your Xmas present! Clinic with Eventing Olympian Gillian Rolton at Donvale ARC on the weekend of December 20/21. Please see attached for more information. Flat and jumping classes are 1 hour, XC classes 1.5hrs.

Prices are for group lessons however it may be possible to arrange private or semi private lessons as well. Please make all enquiries to Sophie Olsson 0488 709 339, sophieolsson@bigpond.com, and bookings to donvalearc@hotmail.com

 Topic: TTT warmup Test Training Day at Boneo Park
TTT warmup Test Training Day at Boneo Park [message #3227268] Fri, 24 October 2014 14:30
Boneoparkequestriancentre  is currently offline Boneoparkequestriancentre  
Messages: 15
Registered: July 2013
Level 5
Boneo Park is running a test training day just for HRCAV riders. This will be the perfect warm up for the TTT Dressage.

Tuesday November 11th 2014
Boneo Park Equestrian Centre
All .3 and .6 tests
15 min time slots
Enter online here: http://boneopark.com.au/cms-upcoming-events/hrcav-test-train ing-day-.phps

For more information visit www.boneopark.com.au
Enquiries: (03) 5986 3006 or events@boneopark.com.au

[Updated on: Fri, 24 October 2014 14:32]

Forum: Showing
 Topic: Coat Shine
Re: Coat Shine [message #3227170 is a reply to message #3225528 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 07:10
  Eventing123  is currently offline Eventing123  
Messages: 53
Registered: July 2014
Level 4
Ok thanks I've got it now
 Topic: whittlesea show hrcav ring
Re: whittlesea show hrcav ring [message #3227218 is a reply to message #3227100 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 11:59
  tessak  is currently offline tessak  
Messages: 1016
Registered: September 2010
Level 1 - Advanced
Prince Ali wrote on Thu, 23 October 2014 19:40

What level?

Honestly, if you're mainly looking to have a fun day out I wouldn't stress too much. I think a woollen vest with a white shirt/stock would look great Smile It's really only SOP that it would make a difference!

I'll be there on my bubsy Warmblood, level 3. Looking to make it a fun day out too, I imagine when they turn the old tractor display on again, (like the did last year when we had just started SOP) my day will quickly turn to 'just have fun' Laughing


Or perhaps "just cling on" Razz
Re: whittlesea show hrcav ring [message #3227283 is a reply to message #3226940 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 15:38
  curst  is currently offline curst  
Messages: 1144
Registered: May 2008
Location: Sporting Horse Aus
Level 1 - Advanced
Im only doing level 5 as my girl is ott an we still need to learn a little. We thought we would give it ago as ive mainly trained her in eventing so a nice change for her lol
Hopfully I dont have to just hang on either but in saying that she is pretty well behaved lol


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Re: whittlesea show hrcav ring [message #3227299 is a reply to message #3226940 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 16:52
  chopin  is currently offline chopin  
Messages: 6706
Registered: March 2011
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are you doing the agi one or the show in dec?

the december one is quieter if that is what you are after

I hope to do that one if we don't have xmas parties on

good luck, smile and go with the flow

a well behaved horse is what you want in the end, anything else is a bonus

ask if you aren't sure, plenty will help/guide you

did I say good luck Very Happy
Forum: Advertising - Commercial
 Topic: ~ Browbands ~
Re: ~ Browbands ~ [message #3227164 is a reply to message #3222844 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 06:24
  BirhillieBrowbands  is currently offline BirhillieBrowbands  
Messages: 707
Registered: April 2012
Level 1 - Advanced
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 Topic: Robyn Todd-Equine.
Re: Robyn Todd-Equine. [message #3227188 is a reply to message #3226651 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 09:34
  obsessed  
Messages: 7206
Registered: October 2005
Location: SEDC
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
I have been asked to find homes for
2 TB Geldings.

Have raced. 8 and 9YO.

But have been lawn mowers for the last 4 years or so.

Both good ground manners and quiet to ride.


17.1 H and 16.2 H.


Will only be offered to good knowledgable homes only.

Please PM.

Thanks


Ratbag.
 Topic: Charlie London Saddle Parties with Casey
Re: Charlie London Saddle Parties with Casey [message #3227193 is a reply to message #3224047 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 10:18
  kcmason  is currently offline kcmason  
Messages: 863
Registered: May 2008
Location: seymour
Level 1 - Advanced

alot more items and specials have been uploaded on to FB page

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 Topic: ~Show*Style~ Equestrian "Mega Bling Mega Sale"
Re: ~Show*Style~ Equestrian "Mega Bling Mega Sale" [message #3227199 is a reply to message #3226209 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 10:39
  ceejo  is currently offline ceejo  
Messages: 1727
Registered: January 2008
Location: WA
Completely Insane
"Xena" another bold red and gold browband, this time featuring mirrors

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http://www.showstylebrowbands.com
"Life's not a rehearsal...make every minute count"

 Topic: Don't Send Your Horse Away to the "Breakers"!!!
icon12.gif  Re: Don't Send Your Horse Away to the "Breakers"!!! [message #3227209 is a reply to message #3226695 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 11:03
  sa157  
Messages: 148
Registered: April 2008
Level 3
Interested?
P.M me for a special offer...
Ends 31st of October (or prior if course fills by then)


Horsemanship Essentials with Steve Brinkworth
www.stevebrinkworth.com

 Topic: Kaijay Park Services
Re: Kaijay Park Services - sales preparation [message #3227260 is a reply to message #3226898 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 14:17
Chevester101  is currently offline Chevester101  
Messages: 3
Registered: September 2014
Location: Montrose
Level 5
bump
 Topic: MASTER FARRIER. Fully qualified..
Re: MASTER FARRIER. Fully qualified.. [message #3227274 is a reply to message #941772 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 15:04
  Mylo_Mouse  is currently offline Mylo_Mouse  
Messages: 296
Registered: September 2012
Level 2
Back in the office Monday 27th!

Very Happy
 Topic: Ultimate Equine Mineral Mix
Ultimate Equine Mineral Mix [message #3227284] Fri, 24 October 2014 15:52
  AllThingsEquus  is currently offline AllThingsEquus  
Messages: 43
Registered: April 2013
Location: Tyabb- Mornington Peninsu...
Level 4
*We have designed a highly fortified organic blend Mineral Supplement.

*Minerals and Vitamins include:
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*Improves digestion, protein utilization, hoof growth, skin health, immunity, fertility, and exercise recovery.

*Economical, and long lasting; will feed the average 500kg horse 100 days, and an average 250kg pony 200 days!
Contents list available as image below

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Email: allthingsequus@Outlook.com
www.horsesupplement.org


Please note- not designed to be fed with similar products due to potency, please seek advice prior to feeding with other supplements or premix feeds.

I am available to analyse your current feeding regime, and provide a diet analysis and/or suggestions to order to achieve optimum health and appropriate mineral ratios.
We are located on the Mornington Peninsula, but can service other areas.

Payment can be made Bank Transfer, Paypal, or even EFTPOS.

[Updated on: Fri, 24 October 2014 16:03]


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 Topic: Float Resprays & Repairs
Float Resprays & Repairs [message #3227289] Fri, 24 October 2014 16:11
  charliescowgirl  is currently offline charliescowgirl  
Messages: 121
Registered: July 2010
Level 3
Does your float need a revamp of its previous lustre? Give HIZnHERZ Custom Panels a Call on 9560 8413 resprays starting from $1000.00


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Here's one we did for Glenn Browitt Riding Tuition & Horsemanship http://glennbrowitt.com.au/

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 Topic: Services available
Services available [message #3227294] Fri, 24 October 2014 16:32
  AllThingsEquus  is currently offline AllThingsEquus  
Messages: 43
Registered: April 2013
Location: Tyabb- Mornington Peninsu...
Level 4
ALL THINGS EQUUS

Qualified Diesel Mechanic- Brian Campbell Ph: 0488 338 514

Equine Needs- Chloe Baker Ph: 0401 792 712
(Dip. Equine Aromatherapy, currently studying Bachelor of Equine Science and previous nutrition studies)

*Equine Diet Balancing/Advice
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*4x4 Maintenance
*Tractor Servicing
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Please see www.horsesupplement.org or our Facebook Page for more information

[Updated on: Fri, 24 October 2014 16:34]


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 Topic: Agistment Moorooduc - Fabulous, fencing, pasture and drainage POSITIONS AVAIL
Re: Agistment Moorooduc - Fabulous, fencing, pasture and drainage POSITIONS AVAIL [message #3227320 is a reply to message #2252664 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 18:45
  horseclipping  
Messages: 572
Registered: February 2010
Level 1
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Forum: Jumping
 Topic: Biggest jumping clearance photos - show us your shots
Re: Biggest jumping clearance photos - show us your shots [message #3227249 is a reply to message #1798766 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 13:49
  Teaghen  is currently offline Teaghen  
Messages: 1909
Registered: February 2012
Stark, Raving Bonkers
Always takes things to the next level.
I have a whole sequence of this but this is his idea of clearing a water jump.
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Barrington Park Saintly "Spirit"
Pentland Tess 2nd "Tess"
Wyann Texas Hold'em "Texas"
 Topic: Height
Re: Height [message #3227252 is a reply to message #3219376 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 13:52
  Teaghen  is currently offline Teaghen  
Messages: 1909
Registered: February 2012
Stark, Raving Bonkers
I compete my 14.2hh grade 3/level 3 currently. He is capable of going much much higher. I school him at grade 1/2 level now and he still clears the jumps by miles.

As warrell said, if they're struggling and can not cope then that is your responsibility to pull the pin.


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Barrington Park Saintly "Spirit"
Pentland Tess 2nd "Tess"
Wyann Texas Hold'em "Texas"
 Topic: Tekna Jump Saddle
Re: Tekna Jump Saddle [message #3227306 is a reply to message #3195952 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 17:58
  pyxantis  
Messages: 228
Registered: April 2013
Level 2
I have a tekna jump. Bought it as it was the only saddle I could afford that actually fit my weird shaped horse. I find it very comfy for a synthetic (waaaayyyy more comfy than the wintecs!) and the channel doesn't seem that narrow. It's not as narrow as the early model wintecs. I'd buy a Tekna over a Wintec any day now
Re: Tekna Jump Saddle [message #3227319 is a reply to message #3195952 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 18:40
  Kelmel  
Messages: 14847
Registered: April 2007
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
The tekna jump I've ridden in is the most awful saddle I've ever sat in (you sit on it, not in it, and quite gingerly at that). It feels like they've moulded the plastic they use in ice cream tubs over a wooden jump pole (which may be the narrow channel OR the fact that it doesn't at all fit the horse I rode in it on!)

I have an older wintec CC fitted to my horse which is not "soft" like a leather saddle is - and ideally I'd have a leather saddle but I go for function and the saddle fits and is ok to ride in, but provides infinitely less discomfort than the tekna in my experience!!


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 Topic: Colac horse trials
Re: Colac horse trials [message #3227333 is a reply to message #3227132 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 19:43
  Lyric  is currently offline Lyric  
Messages: 411
Registered: September 2009
Location: Colac ARC
Level 1
Same course for pre nov and grade 1 Smile


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Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Does anyone know about Hecs debts and the ATO??
Re: Does anyone know about Hecs debts and the ATO?? [message #3227185 is a reply to message #3227142 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 08:53
  Oakwood  is currently offline Oakwood  
Messages: 267
Registered: April 2008
Location: Clyde
Level 2
sorry wrong post

[Updated on: Fri, 24 October 2014 08:54]


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Re: Does anyone know about Hecs debts and the ATO?? [message #3227187 is a reply to message #3227142 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 09:21
  country.cowgirl  is currently offline country.cowgirl  
Messages: 4243
Registered: March 2008
Location: Australia
Step away from the computer,

- So you deferred your compulsory HECs debt, which I thought was a process in itself - were you not sent an information pack and stuff? who did you do the deferring through - they are probably a good starting point
- Your employer has been withholding your HECS - as appropriate and amount as per indicated on your payslips..(which you should be checking and ensuring correct for a number of reasons!)
- I am guessing you failed to inform your employer you no longer wanted them to withhold your HECS for you?
- The amount of HECS withheld by your employer should be on your pay-slips and from the ATO website based on your income it will tell you what you should be repaying (as a % of your income) so that should tell you if there will be excess to pay at the EOFY
- Dare say it's time to get an accountant to help you - it's not that expensive and they can advise you on areas you can claim etc. you may not be, so may be beneficial in more than one way, plus you really need the correct information based on your senario etc.
- In the meantime contact the ATO, doubt they'll give you back the money withheld, but they can advise you re; the gap and if it will be payable, but you should also advise your employer correctly of any changes - and ensure these are corrected on your next payslip Smile


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Re: Does anyone know about Hecs debts and the ATO?? [message #3227190 is a reply to message #3227142 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 09:53
  Glenda  
Messages: 27384
Registered: October 2005
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Your employer would be deducting your tax each week or fortnight and paying it monthly to the ATO....so its out of your employers hands and bank...you would need to ring the ATO and ask...but my guess....is no....they wont refund the amount that has already been paid....what you should do is ask your employer to check how much tax per week you would have paid if you hadnt been paying hecs as opposed to how much you are paying now....I think you will find that it probably isnt that much if you are just starting out in your employment life.
 Topic: R.i.p Gough Whitlam
Re: R.i.p Gough Whitlam [message #3227191 is a reply to message #3226643 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 10:15
  patsy  is currently offline patsy  
Messages: 3317
Registered: April 2006
Location: Gembrook
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
He was a man before his time.

An intellectual genious.

A gentleman. A statesman.

A man with an incredible social conscience/awareness.

R.I.P. Goth & God bless

You are & will remain the "yardstick" for contempary politics/polititions


Sometimes I get my ambitions & my abilities confused
 Topic: India
India [message #3227208] Fri, 24 October 2014 11:02
  Rapscallian  
Messages: 3124
Registered: January 2011
Location: Wang
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Hi guys, I've just decided that India will be my next holiday destination in Feb. I'm looking at going for around 10 days (not including flights). Has anyone been? what are some good places to visit? and things to do? any other advice?

On my list atm:

* Taj Mahal
* Buddhist Caves of Ajanta

Thanks Very Happy

[Updated on: Fri, 24 October 2014 11:03]


*leg yields away from your elitist equestrian mentality*
Re: India [message #3227233 is a reply to message #3227208 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 12:46
VLSCSH  is currently offline VLSCSH  
Messages: 4
Registered: August 2014
Location: Longford
Level 5
I went in May-July, my husband is Indian, so we went over for our second wedding Smile

We went to Lucknow (my hubands home city) which had some amazing old buildings, main one we visited was the Bara Imambara, went through a tour of the secret tunnels and hall ways which was fun.
Lucknow doesn't get many tourists though.

It is a 6-9 hour drive from Agra (Taj Mahal)
We did attempt to see the Taj Mahal, however went on a Monday.. the only day it is closed Embarassed Laughing

Unfortunately we went at the hottest time of the year, so nearly died when we actually went places.
Re: India [message #3227237 is a reply to message #3227233 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 12:56
  sophb  is currently offline sophb  
Messages: 3143
Registered: May 2010
Location: Westcoast ARC
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Haven't been, YET, but I would love to do the Pindari Glacier Trek in Kumaon Very Happy
icon13.gif  Re: India [message #3227239 is a reply to message #3227208 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 13:01
  sprintman  is currently offline sprintman  
Messages: 1275
Registered: December 2010
Location: ACT
Completely Insane
Went in Mar 2006 Golden Triangle. Best place I've been to yet and only scratched the surface. Fatehpur Sikri, Red Fort, far too much to cover really. Don't drink the water of course


UNDERSTEER is when you hit the wall with the front of the car. OVERSTEER is when you hit the wall with the rear. HORSEPOWER is how fast you hit the wall. TORQUE is how far you take the wall with you.
 Topic: VicHorse Secret Santa 2014
Re: VicHorse Secret Santa 2014 [message #3227241 is a reply to message #3211023 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 13:11
  djrayment  
Messages: 3915
Registered: May 2009
Step away from the computer,
I'll relent (given that it is almost curtin close) and add my name to the list...

PA, you are WAY too excited about Christmas! LOL
 Topic: Horsey things to do in the UK & US (California)
Re: Horsey things to do in the UK & US (California) [message #3227259 is a reply to message #3227139 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 14:13
  Lulu  
Messages: 7728
Registered: January 2008
Location: Still Looking For One Tha...
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
When in Los Angeles, call a farrier and ask how much for a set of shoes to be put on. Laughing
 Topic: Best place to get a spray tan
Best place to get a spray tan [message #3227210] Fri, 24 October 2014 11:09
  rehyer  is currently offline rehyer  
Messages: 290
Registered: May 2010
Level 2
Hi everyone, just wondering if those who get spray tans could please recommend somewhere to go in the eastern suburbs/yarra valley. I know people say spray tans never look natural, but ideally I'd like as natural looking as possible! My old spray tanner moved interstate so now not sure who to use.

Cheers Smile
Re: Best place to get a spray tan [message #3227227 is a reply to message #3227210 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 12:26
  Glenda  
Messages: 27384
Registered: October 2005
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Is Montmorency too far....best ever tanner is Carly at Allawah
http://allawah.net/
Re: Best place to get a spray tan [message #3227247 is a reply to message #3227227 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 13:43
  Holliee.  is currently offline Holliee.  
Messages: 2848
Registered: November 2007
Location: EA Victoria
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
I get my tan done (weekly – because I’m paranoid about being pale) by Raychel at Raychel’s Beauty Room in Cranbourne. It might be too far, but she does an insanely good job. I always get compliments on how natural it looks. She’s thorough, meticulous and just all round awesome Very Happy I work in East Kew in still travel there every Wednesday night. Well worth the drive and only $25 a tan.


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Re: Best place to get a spray tan [message #3227277 is a reply to message #3227247 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 15:09
  haygirl  
Messages: 2968
Registered: October 2007
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Havent used this lady for spray tan but she is great for what I have had done with her!

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 Topic: Overseas Weekend Getaway Destinations?
Re: Overseas Weekend Getaway Destinations? [message #3227172 is a reply to message #3227107 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 07:15
  English Rose  is currently offline English Rose  
Messages: 8275
Registered: January 2009
Its my party and I'll hoo haa if I want to
rissa_rida wrote on Thu, 23 October 2014 20:04

I went to Hawaii for 10 days last year, I really wish we got to stay for longer! There's definitely lots to do, not sure that you could comfortably do all of it in 6 days, and you have to factor in the 10-11 hours of flight time plus the jetlag on either end!


Yes I would definitely only go somewhere a maximum of 4 hours or so away.

My OH once went to South Africa for the weekend (business trip). He spent longer flying than the time he was actually there!!!
Re: Overseas Weekend Getaway Destinations? [message #3227202 is a reply to message #3227092 ] Fri, 24 October 2014 10:41
  Chaseeau  is currently offline Chaseeau  
Messages: 4637
Registered: January 2009
Step away from the computer,
I spent a lovely 5 days in Vanuatu on honeymoon. LOVED it.


Horses are brave and loyal and more,
but none so much as the horses of war.
www.internationalcavalry.org
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