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 Topic: Horse Agistment avaliable
Re: Horse Agistment avaliable [message #3262641 is a reply to message #1783276 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 09:06
  liz97  
Messages: 721
Registered: March 2009
Location: Dandenong ranges
Level 1 - Advanced
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 Topic: Win a neon set
Re: Win a neon set [message #3262661 is a reply to message #3259303 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 11:43
Ange80  is currently offline Ange80  
Messages: 18
Registered: March 2010
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 Topic: Dressage Mastery Academy
Re: Dressage Mastery Academy [message #3262733 is a reply to message #3257172 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 15:16
  Ebony Park  is currently offline Ebony Park  
Messages: 1511
Registered: October 2008
Location: Garfield Victoria
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Forum: Breeds
 Topic: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262639 is a reply to message #3262436 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 08:48
  sophb  
Messages: 3615
Registered: May 2010
Location: AHSA / WC ARC
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
Don't know if it's just my area, but GRP are the 'in thing' at the moment. Everyone is deserate to have a x. My group of friends all drool over them and (I've never said out loud) I just don't see it!

Seems they're bred with the intent of PD.
I think there are some much wiser choices, even locally. I don't get the fascination! Confused
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262649 is a reply to message #3262639 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 09:40
  jazir1787  
Messages: 11070
Registered: December 2009
Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
AC and I were talking the other night about some ARPs, and one of the ones she mentioned was absolutely divine! But then I watched some video and all of the front end movement came from the elbow, there didn't seem to be any contribution from the shoulder at all.

I don't know if that's common in them or not, given it's not something I have an interest in or watched many videos of, but it certainly isn't what I'd be looking for in a dressage pony


~ My treasures do not clink together and glitter...
...they gleam in the sun and neigh in the night ~
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262667 is a reply to message #3262649 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 11:55
  cheveauxpark  
Messages: 13368
Registered: April 2008
Location: kooweerup
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
jazir1787 wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 09:40

AC and I were talking the other night about some ARPs, and one of the ones she mentioned was absolutely divine! But then I watched some video and all of the front end movement came from the elbow, there didn't seem to be any contribution from the shoulder at all.

I don't know if that's common in them or not, given it's not something I have an interest in or watched many videos of, but it certainly isn't what I'd be looking for in a dressage pony


nothing unusual Jaz...
I'm always with a knowledgable dressage lady when I see one (GRP and she has used one and looking at another to use) and she's always happy to educate me on dressage and the movements (especially on these ponies since they create so much hype in the dressage pony world)..knowing how little I know in that department I can only make my own judgement on them TBH.
I simply cannot see it..never have seen it.
Tho a lovely lil home bred pony won DWTS I noticed on FB...not that I specifically follow dressage...but lovely pony..well ridden.
I think to appricate the look and type..you have to like the LOOK and the movement...I certainly like a lighter/softer/elegant movement in dressage.


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Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262685 is a reply to message #3262649 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 12:59
  alchemist  
Messages: 2428
Registered: January 2009
Location: N/A
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
jazir1787 wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 09:40

AC and I were talking the other night about some ARPs, and one of the ones she mentioned was absolutely divine! But then I watched some video and all of the front end movement came from the elbow, there didn't seem to be any contribution from the shoulder at all.

I don't know if that's common in them or not, given it's not something I have an interest in or watched many videos of, but it certainly isn't what I'd be looking for in a dressage pony

Not uncommon at all, I'll pm you another horse to have a look at the movement on....same thing.
I've got to admit, when it comes to anything that's been bred for the show ring, the first think I'm going to look at is the hind legs in walk. Then in trot. Then I may remember to look at what the hell the front end is doing, so many very very poor hind end movers around.


All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost
J.R.R.Tolkein
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262690 is a reply to message #3262685 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:18
  carluke  
Messages: 3481
Registered: December 2007
Location: ruby
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
I don't mind a couple of Dynamiks GRP's Very Happy
Trussadi and Golden Rock I don't mind either or there young stallion Quincy.

The more I watch the hocks left out behind bodies, no over track, no freedom in shoulder or back but look we can get our knees up ... sigh ... and that's without watching them from the front ... I know we can't chuck the baby out with the bath water, but watching one horse I had loved until I saw him trot towards me ... he has other awesome attributes ... but that was a very depressing moment ... double sigh ...


www.carlukecollies.com.au
www.carlukearabians.com

Yes, i know that i can't spell ....
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262698 is a reply to message #3262690 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:38
  alchemist  
Messages: 2428
Registered: January 2009
Location: N/A
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
carluke wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:18

I don't mind a couple of Dynamiks GRP's Very Happy
Trussadi and Golden Rock I don't mind either or there young stallion Quincy.

The more I watch the hocks left out behind bodies, no over track, no freedom in shoulder or back but look we can get our knees up ... sigh ... and that's without watching them from the front ... I know we can't chuck the baby out with the bath water, but watching one horse I had loved until I saw him trot towards me ... he has other awesome attributes ... but that was a very depressing moment ... double sigh ...

Looked at Dynamiks.
Don't mind Golden Rock, just not really it for me.
Did like the yearling (lol, he's the one I worked out would be eligble partbred), but I'd like to see him as a mature stallion before making any decision there.


All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost
J.R.R.Tolkein
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262701 is a reply to message #3262698 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:41
  carluke  
Messages: 3481
Registered: December 2007
Location: ruby
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
alchemist wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:38

carluke wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:18

I don't mind a couple of Dynamiks GRP's Very Happy
Trussadi and Golden Rock I don't mind either or there young stallion Quincy.

The more I watch the hocks left out behind bodies, no over track, no freedom in shoulder or back but look we can get our knees up ... sigh ... and that's without watching them from the front ... I know we can't chuck the baby out with the bath water, but watching one horse I had loved until I saw him trot towards me ... he has other awesome attributes ... but that was a very depressing moment ... double sigh ...

Looked at Dynamiks.
Don't mind Golden Rock, just not really it for me.
Did like the yearling (lol, he's the one I worked out would be eligble partbred), but I'd like to see him as a mature stallion before making any decision there.



Yeah god no not for your grey filly ... You could always put her to Fire Alert Very Happy


www.carlukecollies.com.au
www.carlukearabians.com

Yes, i know that i can't spell ....
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262705 is a reply to message #3262701 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:54
  sophb  
Messages: 3615
Registered: May 2010
Location: AHSA / WC ARC
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
carluke wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:41

alchemist wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:38

carluke wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:18

I don't mind a couple of Dynamiks GRP's Very Happy
Trussadi and Golden Rock I don't mind either or there young stallion Quincy.

The more I watch the hocks left out behind bodies, no over track, no freedom in shoulder or back but look we can get our knees up ... sigh ... and that's without watching them from the front ... I know we can't chuck the baby out with the bath water, but watching one horse I had loved until I saw him trot towards me ... he has other awesome attributes ... but that was a very depressing moment ... double sigh ...

Looked at Dynamiks.
Don't mind Golden Rock, just not really it for me.
Did like the yearling (lol, he's the one I worked out would be eligble partbred), but I'd like to see him as a mature stallion before making any decision there.



Yeah god no not for your grey filly ... You could always put her to Fire Alert Very Happy


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Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262709 is a reply to message #3262705 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 14:05
  jazir1787  
Messages: 11070
Registered: December 2009
Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
I inquired after Fire Alert for this season for Fleur Embarassed I didn't put her in foal last season and she's 18yo this year. I change my mind about stallions about every 6 months, but I've had my eye on him for years and finally got to see him in person at werribee


As for hind end movement, it's funny because it's something I've commented on before about the currently fashionable dressage horses (i.e. their lack of hind end movement). They get bigger and bigger in front and the butt kinda trails along behind. Not that I've watched much lately either.

The lady who bought Sunny said she used to breed warmbloods but wasn't very happy with the direction the breed was heading. She commented on the exact same thing we're all talking about now!


~ My treasures do not clink together and glitter...
...they gleam in the sun and neigh in the night ~
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262711 is a reply to message #3262701 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 14:06
  alchemist  
Messages: 2428
Registered: January 2009
Location: N/A
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
carluke wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:41

alchemist wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:38

carluke wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:18

I don't mind a couple of Dynamiks GRP's Very Happy
Trussadi and Golden Rock I don't mind either or there young stallion Quincy.

The more I watch the hocks left out behind bodies, no over track, no freedom in shoulder or back but look we can get our knees up ... sigh ... and that's without watching them from the front ... I know we can't chuck the baby out with the bath water, but watching one horse I had loved until I saw him trot towards me ... he has other awesome attributes ... but that was a very depressing moment ... double sigh ...

Looked at Dynamiks.
Don't mind Golden Rock, just not really it for me.
Did like the yearling (lol, he's the one I worked out would be eligble partbred), but I'd like to see him as a mature stallion before making any decision there.



Yeah god no not for your grey filly ... You could always put her to Fire Alert Very Happy


I don't really want to go pure with her. She's already 60 odd percent. And tbh, I didn't have a good enough look at him, so no idea if he'd be strong enough in the rear end for her. It was needing the strong rear end that made me look grp.....just turns out I don't like the fronts on them lol.


All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost
J.R.R.Tolkein
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262712 is a reply to message #3262711 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 14:09
  jazir1787  
Messages: 11070
Registered: December 2009
Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
Have you considered one of Debbie's boys?

http://doublettstud.homestead.com/Stallions.html


~ My treasures do not clink together and glitter...
...they gleam in the sun and neigh in the night ~
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262713 is a reply to message #3262709 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 14:10
  alchemist  
Messages: 2428
Registered: January 2009
Location: N/A
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
jazir1787 wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 14:05

I inquired after Fire Alert for this season for Fleur Embarassed I didn't put her in foal last season and she's 18yo this year. I change my mind about stallions about every 6 months, but I've had my eye on him for years and finally got to see him in person at werribee


As for hind end movement, it's funny because it's something I've commented on before about the currently fashionable dressage horses (i.e. their lack of hind end movement). They get bigger and bigger in front and the butt kinda trails along behind. Not that I've watched much lately either.

The lady who bought Sunny said she used to breed warmbloods but wasn't very happy with the direction the breed was heading. She commented on the exact same thing we're all talking about now!



It's happening across the board Jaz, seeing it in the welshes too.
I once saw an imported stallion, free exercising, while the manager and the owner were calling out to the horse 'oh good boy, fabulous trot'. It was covering no ground. Walk wise, free in the paddock, it couldn't track up, let alone overtrack. All I could think was if that was what bigger breeders thought good movement was, there was no hope for the breed (er, this was an arab, not welsh, since I was talking about them a second ago!)


All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost
J.R.R.Tolkein
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262714 is a reply to message #3262712 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 14:12
  alchemist  
Messages: 2428
Registered: January 2009
Location: N/A
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
jazir1787 wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 14:09

Have you considered one of Debbie's boys?

http://doublettstud.homestead.com/Stallions.html

To much front/not enough back for this mare.


All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost
J.R.R.Tolkein
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262715 is a reply to message #3262714 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 14:13
  jazir1787  
Messages: 11070
Registered: December 2009
Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
Fair enough Smile Hmmm, I don't know many pony stallions...


~ My treasures do not clink together and glitter...
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Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262716 is a reply to message #3262715 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 14:16
  jazir1787  
Messages: 11070
Registered: December 2009
Out of my way, I am in the midst of a hoo haa monologue
My sister has used Koonama The Don over her welshies.

Trying to find a picture of him...this is all i got. But his owner is friends with my sister

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=517235484993201& set=t.100003371995307&type=3&src=https%3A%2F%2Fscont ent-nrt.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-xfa1%2Fv%2Ft1.0-9%2F485304_51 7235484993201_1396730456_n.jpg%3Foh%3Dab71e2482f5c847324196b b0992d4060%26oe%3D55A7E35C&size=720%2C960

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=501018449948238& set=t.100003371995307&type=3&src=https%3A%2F%2Fscont ent-nrt.xx.fbcdn.net%2Fhphotos-xaf1%2Fv%2Ft1.0-9%2F150659_50 1018449948238_2093698473_n.jpg%3Foh%3Daf9fcba42138cf32050f0f de8fd18aa4%26oe%3D55B4AD23&size=720%2C960

[Updated on: Tue, 31 March 2015 14:23]


~ My treasures do not clink together and glitter...
...they gleam in the sun and neigh in the night ~
Re: Arabians - Crabbet and otherwise [message #3262735 is a reply to message #350 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 15:25
  cheveauxpark  
Messages: 13368
Registered: April 2008
Location: kooweerup
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
After watching my bay ARP filly growing up...
NOW I wished I had of let Nova sire a few more...just a few. Sad Sad Sad

Wonder what Bugger would do over a couple riding pony mares...now theres a thought?

[Updated on: Tue, 31 March 2015 15:26]


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Forum: Advertising - Noncommercial
 Topic: Treadmill for Sale - Macedon Ranges
Treadmill for Sale - Macedon Ranges [message #3262638] Tue, 31 March 2015 08:31
  Shorty08  is currently offline Shorty08  
Messages: 1826
Registered: August 2008
Stark, Raving Bonkers
Healthrider H145T Treadmill - $1,000.00 Neg. Retails for $2,499.00. Has only been used a hanful of times and basically brand new.

Quiet 2.75CHP motor
Running tread speed 0-20kmh
28 Pre-set Workout Programs - 7 high intensity workouts, 7 speed workouts, 7 incline workouts and 7 calorie based workouts provide plenty of variety for your workouts
Incline 0 - 15% capability

iFit WiFi compatible with Google maps, set out a local run or one from the other side of the world, through the use of iFit and Google maps you can trace a route on the map and the system will control the rise and fall of the area to mirror the real world

Flexstride adjustable cushioning helps protect your joints with a soft landing or if you prefer a firmer response from the deck you can stiffen it up, just adjust the deck firmness to your liking
iPod compatibility combined with the huge dual 3" speakers provide you with entertainment while you workout
Running deck size: 140cm x 51cm
Maximum User Weight: 150kg

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[Updated on: Tue, 31 March 2015 08:32]

 Topic: Position Available
Position Available [message #3262644] Tue, 31 March 2015 09:11
kalloolahlodge  is currently offline kalloolahlodge  
Messages: 12
Registered: May 2014
Location: Ballarat VICTORIA
Level 5
Position available.
Works similar to a working student basis but better benefits.
Successful applicant will need to have the following;
- initiative
- positive attitude
- be friendly & polite
- eager to learn
- adaptability
- well-presented
- confidence working with horses
- confidence when riding
- basic knowledge of horse handling
- basic understanding of safety procedures & PPE preferred (not a must as will be covered upon induction)
- and most importantly COMMON SENSE
What you will be doing;
- feed outs
- grooming/washing
- lead pony-ing
- lunging
- prepping
Applicants 16 years of age and older will be considered. You must have your own form of transport (if this is an issue please make a note in your application). A certain level of maturity is expected, if you cannot act like a mature young adult/adult do NOT apply. You need to be reliable, you also need to be flexible in your availability. You will need to have pride in your appearance and are expected to be clean and neat, majority of the time - this is a dirty job you will get covered in dust/dirt/mud on occasion (no you don't need to dress in top boots,stocks and hat, neat casual is fine). Fair weather personalities will not suit this position, if you can't handle rain, hail or shine don't bother. Your riding skills do not need to be top level nor are we expecting them to be. If you can ride and know the basic ins-&-outs the rest can be worked on.
Now what everyone wants to know, what YOU get in return is as follows;
- conditional lease horse (your own can be negotiated)
- conditional use of paddock
- feed (conditions apply)
- bi-weekly lessons
- membership at JC (conditional)
- transport to and from training days/events
Any questions can be emailed through along with applications in the form of a cover letter and/or simple riding resume can be sent to: kalloolahlodgetraining@hotmail.com
 Topic: stunning havana brown collegiate show saddle
Re: stunning havana brown collegiate show saddle [message #3262650 is a reply to message #3262260 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 09:46
  kylie_knight  is currently offline kylie_knight  
Messages: 329
Registered: December 2010
Level 1
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 Topic: Horse Gear for sale
Horse Gear for sale [message #3262664] Tue, 31 March 2015 11:53
  Horsey_Hilary  
Messages: 5063
Registered: January 2009
Step away from the computer,

HORSE GEAR FOR SALE

MPC Maroon with green binding saddle blanket. Cob all purpose size. Great condition, has MPC on one side as pictured. $15.00
http://s8.postimg.org/5ql3nbqht/Saddle_Blanket.jpg

75cm Eurohunter dressage girth, black, used 3 times! elastic at both ends. $20.00
http://s9.postimg.org/tctfzm117/75cm_Girth.jpg

140cm Shaped wintect all purpose girth, black, used about 10 times. $20.00
http://s24.postimg.org/9ibrh5fld/140cm_Girth.jpg

Cob sized "Brumby" open front jumping boots, well used but still in working order. $10.00
http://s16.postimg.org/4epop04lt/Brumby_Boots.jpg

*prices do not include postage, pick up is available from Bangholme or Cheltenham VIC*

will add more items tonight Smile


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 Topic: Mitsubishi 3 horse truck with living
Re: Mitsubishi 3 horse truck with living [message #3262672 is a reply to message #3259523 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 12:10
  CaselaPark  
Messages: 570
Registered: December 2009
Location: BEC
Level 1
Bump!
 Topic: Specialized TW Wade Saddle from U.S. 16" seat lightweight near new $3,500
Re: Specialized TW Wade Saddle from U.S. 16" seat lightweight near new $3,500 [message #3262681 is a reply to message #3261431 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 12:49
  pjayok  is currently offline pjayok  
Messages: 429
Registered: March 2012
Location: Geelong & Bellarine R...
Level 1
Bumping still available. Cost $4,800 new including shipping & customs/import.

[Updated on: Tue, 31 March 2015 12:50]

 Topic: N/H 2.5 Seater sofa for sale - used PRICE REDUCED
Re: N/H 2.5 Seater sofa for sale - used PRICE REDUCED [message #3262699 is a reply to message #3261092 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:40
  horsiefun  
Messages: 183
Registered: May 2014
Level 2
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 Topic: 17.5" Kent & Masters High Wither dressage saddle for sale
Re: 17.5" Kent & Masters High Wither dressage saddle for sale [message #3262700 is a reply to message #3253284 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:40
  cass777  
Messages: 450
Registered: October 2008
Location: Warragul (west gippsland)
Level 1
Pmed you

[Updated on: Tue, 31 March 2015 13:41]

 Topic: SOLD - Trainer's Jessica Dressage Saddle - Black, 17.5", suit new buyer.
Re: SOLD - Trainer's Jessica Dressage Saddle - Black, 17.5", suit new buyer. [message #3262706 is a reply to message #3261212 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:58
  kokobene  is currently offline kokobene  
Messages: 991
Registered: August 2010
Location: Northern SRG / Echuca ARC
Level 1 - Advanced
Sold 😄
 Topic: Wanted - 13" or 14" child's show saddle, suitable for PC & small Ag shows.
Re: Wanted - 13" or 14" child's show saddle, suitable for PC & small Ag shows. [message #3262707 is a reply to message #3259628 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:59
  kokobene  is currently offline kokobene  
Messages: 991
Registered: August 2010
Location: Northern SRG / Echuca ARC
Level 1 - Advanced
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 Topic: German Shepherd Puppies
Re: German Shepherd Puppies [message #3262689 is a reply to message #3262255 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:13
  56acca56  is currently offline 56acca56  
Messages: 148
Registered: April 2009
Level 3
I'd be interested in knowing the answer to your question as well.

The last 3 Shepherds we have owned all had bad hips.

Also looking to purchase again but too risky and heartbreaking.
Re: German Shepherd Puppies [message #3262702 is a reply to message #3262255 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 13:41
  tarrleah  is currently offline tarrleah  
Messages: 113
Registered: December 2011
Location: Australia
Level 3
If you're going to buy a puppy please buy of a registered breeder or a rescue. Being a German Shepherd breeder myself hips, eblows, temperment are so important and for a dog that is going to live with you for the next 12-15 years its worth the extra money or saving a life.

Good luck selling your puppies, I hope in future you do the right thing and become an accredited breeder even for a 'one off litter'.


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Re: German Shepherd Puppies [message #3262723 is a reply to message #3262702 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 14:43
  Finn  
Messages: 17192
Registered: January 2007
Location: BDFEG
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
tarrleah wrote on Tue, 31 March 2015 13:41

If you're going to buy a puppy please buy of a registered breeder or a rescue. Being a German Shepherd breeder myself hips, eblows, temperment are so important and for a dog that is going to live with you for the next 12-15 years its worth the extra money or saving a life.

Good luck selling your puppies, I hope in future you do the right thing and become an accredited breeder even for a 'one off litter'.


If both parents are fully papered and have excellent breeding, what does being an 'accredited breeder' do to change things?
 Topic: Black Bates leather Isabel W dressage saddle 18"
Black Bates leather Isabel W dressage saddle 18" [message #3262741] Tue, 31 March 2015 16:15
cloverdale  
Messages: 20
Registered: July 2013
Level 5
As new double grain leather saddle. Black 18" with cair. This saddle has had minimal use. Suit new saddle buyer. $2,000 ono
If interested, please phone as text and PM will not be responded to. Photo's can be emailed. Available for viewing either in West Gippsland or Melbourne. Ph 0409338046

[Updated on: Tue, 31 March 2015 16:15]

 Topic: horsey books for sale.
Re: horsey books for sale. [message #3262743 is a reply to message #3258780 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 16:25
  Wild and free  is currently offline Wild and free  
Messages: 298
Registered: July 2009
Level 2
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 Topic: FOR SALE: Brand new Kentaur dressage saddle
Re: FOR SALE: Brand new Kentaur dressage saddle [message #3262754 is a reply to message #3250265 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 17:04
  Go-Pony-Go  
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Location: Yarra Valley
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Equestrian; the art of keeping a horse between you and the ground.
 Topic: Selling: Ariat gaiters + Leather SJ boots
Selling: Ariat gaiters + Leather SJ boots [message #3262755] Tue, 31 March 2015 17:10
  Go-Pony-Go  
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Registered: March 2007
Location: Yarra Valley
Stark, Raving Bonkers

Ariat close contact gaiters size M in black.
Used no more than 20 times at competition only.
RRP: $225
Asking $130

Leather show jumping boots in Cob/Medium size set of 4.
Black leather and brass buckles with removable wool and neoprene linings
Bought for $180
Asking $100


Equestrian; the art of keeping a horse between you and the ground.
 Topic: DRESS CIRCLE Sherpa & Lycra rugs/hood bib - New, Samples & Used
Re: DRESS CIRCLE Sherpa & Lycra rugs/hood bib - New, Samples & Used [message #3262768 is a reply to message #3260566 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 18:10
  panoramic  is currently offline panoramic  
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Forum: Dressage
 Topic: Mary Hanna as instructor
Re: Mary Hanna as instructor [message #3262752 is a reply to message #3257758 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 17:03
  dryden62  
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Chrisa wrote on Tue, 03 March 2015 08:43

Jan Smith is in Colac but travels PM for her number if you like.

fantastic supportive correct coach, is an A level judge, coach educator, FEI steward and much more,


We have Jan Smith regularly at our Rallies ... she is coming this Saturday actually so come along and join us!! Smile
 Topic: Wool Lined Dressage Girths
Re: Wool Lined Dressage Girths [message #3262628 is a reply to message #3262519 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 00:36
  English Rose  is currently offline English Rose  
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I was actually looking at the Le Mieux ones at DWTS, as I love Le Mieux products.

I currently have a HKM sheepskin girth and the sheepskin is removable for
Washing, but my favourite is a Christ Lammfelle girth. You just chuck the whole
thing in the washing machine. I bought it off ebay and wouldn't hesitate at getting another one.
Re: Wool Lined Dressage Girths [message #3262631 is a reply to message #3262628 ] Tue, 31 March 2015 07:50
  obsessed  
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