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 Topic: Hover horse
Re: Hover horse [message #3226359 is a reply to message #3226341 ] Tue, 21 October 2014 00:12
  Sway  is currently offline Sway  
Messages: 1382
Registered: March 2006
Location: Hidden Valley
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Cameo wrote on Mon, 20 October 2014 21:55

Sway wrote on Mon, 20 October 2014 21:38

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(I am referring to the darker one..)
Far out!!! Surprised Hahaha I hope he is a good boy when under saddle! Shocked
He is absolutely beautiful but, I love pallys!
Do you have 3 Sway? I am remembering some lovely/funny shots of 3 pally heads and thinking they were yours.


LOL!!! He is just about to come back under saddle so I hope he is good again too!

Yes I have 3 pallys and yes you are correct remembering the photos we took of all three of my boys. All the above photos with the exception of the very last one with the roller on, are all Nova. The last one is Nemo. My oldie Nav is far to old, wise and sensible for that crap!
 Topic: Uphill Canter
Re: Uphill Canter [message #3226360 is a reply to message #1714461 ] Tue, 21 October 2014 00:20
  sonovagun  is currently offline sonovagun  
Messages: 3201
Registered: September 2007
Location: SEDC
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Interesting old topic I never saw this one! Am interested to know people opinions on my little pony, his canter feels quite uphill to ride.

http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/s63/simbagunshade/a93e2d83f1e2e2f7aea8464b4df0384a.jpg


Jayay Sonovagun
Sherwood Quest Top Class
Horse and Pony clipping
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Horse-and-Pony-Clipping/12738 1520682607
 Topic: When does a bolting / bucking horse win a champion??
Re: When does a bolting / bucking horse win a champion?? [message #3226361 is a reply to message #3226204 ] Tue, 21 October 2014 01:47
  pamela  is currently offline pamela  
Messages: 10053
Registered: February 2006
Location: gidgigannupWA try to say...
Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue

When ED made the transition from breed shows as a stallion to official hacking as a gelding. Interstate judge said to my daughter he was too well educated to be a novice hack. Laughing one of the very well known hacking mums put in a protest about him that he shouldn't be in the novice ring lol Cool

At one of the recent hacking days l helped my friend at, in the large hack ring one horse backed out of the ring almost ran a judge over in the adjoining ring and backed into the tent and yes the horse still placed. Its judge must have had a giant blindfold on. Shocked


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 Topic: Oops.... things horse people say...
Re: Oops.... things horse people say... [message #3226362 is a reply to message #3226303 ] Tue, 21 October 2014 02:21
  Ponyface  is currently offline Ponyface  
Messages: 476
Registered: October 2012
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What a fantastic thread! I've been laughing out loud. Very loud.
Thank you!
 Topic: Float colour scheme
Re: Float colour scheme [message #3226363 is a reply to message #3226122 ] Tue, 21 October 2014 02:30
  Ponyface  is currently offline Ponyface  
Messages: 476
Registered: October 2012
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Don't paint outside! Don't paint outside! Don't paint outside!
Did I say don't paint outside?!

It is a classic! And you will retain resale value if you just treat the timber rather than painting.


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