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 Topic: Help Please How Do I update my profile
Help Please How Do I update my profile [message #3242941] Sun, 21 December 2014 10:58
  Kenly57  is currently offline Kenly57  
Messages: 97
Registered: January 2010
Location: Maroondah Adult Riders
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Can someone please help me I have searched everywhere
how do I update my profile..
I have mastered resizing pictures and uploading them
but this has got me stumped......

Thanks in advance
Re: Help Please How Do I update my profile [message #3242960 is a reply to message #3242941 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 13:31
  Finn  
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The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Up the top click on control panel then there will be further options.
Re: Help Please How Do I update my profile [message #3242977 is a reply to message #3242960 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 15:50
  Kenly57  is currently offline Kenly57  
Messages: 97
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Thank you Razz
Forum: Advertising - Horses
 Topic: 2.5 year old Paint Bred Gelding ready to go.
Re: 2.5 year old Paint Bred Gelding ready to go. [message #3242907 is a reply to message #3242801 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 07:04
  Vicey  is currently offline Vicey  
Messages: 1181
Registered: October 2008
Location: Geelong
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Thanks Moo Mare! Unfortunately lits of just broken 2yos around on the western sale pages. He has really lovely breeding too. I have some really large health bills coming up so hoping to sell him before then. If not will pop him in horse deals. He is a really great little horse with a big personality too!!
 Topic: Project Horse
Re: Project Horse [message #3242908 is a reply to message #3242530 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 07:24
  Centurian  is currently offline Centurian  
Messages: 100
Registered: July 2010
Level 3
Make an offer must go
 Topic: companion mare for lease
Re: companion mare for lease [message #3242921 is a reply to message #3219999 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 08:48
  curst  is currently offline curst  
Messages: 1165
Registered: May 2008
Location: Sporting Horse Aus
Level 1 - Advanced
Ruby is now back home an looking for a new friend due to current home unable to keep her.


index.php?t=getfile&id=360534&private=0

RAPID V & Ambashir dubai
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N8r4kyfPLc
 Topic: I am looking for a companion.
Re: I am looking for a companion. [message #3242980 is a reply to message #3236226 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 15:59
  curst  is currently offline curst  
Messages: 1165
Registered: May 2008
Location: Sporting Horse Aus
Level 1 - Advanced
Hi I have a tb mare who is looking for a Lease home
She is sound in every way but due to a nad riding experiance from a leasee she can be verg very nervous an freeze under saddle. She would make a nice companion


index.php?t=getfile&id=360534&private=0

RAPID V & Ambashir dubai
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4N8r4kyfPLc
 Topic: Registered QH 2yo Brown Black Mare
Registered QH 2yo Brown Black Mare [message #3242988] Sun, 21 December 2014 16:58
  Kenly57  is currently offline Kenly57  
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index.php?t=getfile&id=609182&private=0index.php?t=getfile&id=609181&private=0
Unbroken unspoilt young mare.
Lexie has just turned 2 suit English or Western.
Beautifully put together very leggy, great disposition and stunning movement.
She is respectful of people, fences, other horses, dogs,
cars, tractors. Great to lead, tie, feet, wash,rug, stable.
Has floated with ease, very trainable has done ground poles, blue plastic tarps.
Currently in paddock condition as I have 4 other horses and sadly I don't have the time for another young one.
Genuine sale to knowlegable home.

Please text or PM for more information. Cheers

 Topic: Warmblood Mare for Sale
Re: Warmblood Mare for Sale [message #3242936 is a reply to message #3230275 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 10:43
  bangholme_girl  is currently offline bangholme_girl  
Messages: 249
Registered: January 2010
Location: Mentone
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pmed you
Re: Warmblood Mare for Sale [message #3242994 is a reply to message #3242936 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:19
  Black_Destrier  is currently offline Black_Destrier  
Messages: 250
Registered: May 2008
Level 2
Can you pls advise price.
 Topic: Miniature Horse Geldings/Colts
Re: Miniature Horse Geldings/Colts [message #3242998 is a reply to message #3242515 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:27
  KOOKA HEIGHTS  is currently offline KOOKA HEIGHTS  
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 Topic: 11yo TB mare $800neg
Re: 11yo TB mare $800neg [message #3243039 is a reply to message #3209588 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 19:21
  yindypink  
Messages: 155
Registered: April 2010
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I've sent you a PM
 Topic: SHOW HUNTER/EVENTER/PC/ARC/PLEASURE/TRAIL RIDING HACK
Re: SHOW HUNTER/EVENTER/PC/ARC/PLEASURE/TRAIL RIDING HACK [message #3243052 is a reply to message #3242830 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 20:48
  Ponyface  is currently offline Ponyface  
Messages: 539
Registered: October 2012
Level 1
Carrie, she is gorgeous!! Good luck with the sale. She will make someone very happy.
 Topic: SP Mystery Blitz - 16.2hh, 6yo OTT TB Gelding
Re: SP Mystery Blitz - 16.2hh, 6yo OTT TB Gelding [message #3243053 is a reply to message #3242357 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 20:53
  fat_little_pony  is currently offline fat_little_pony  
Messages: 1139
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Forum: Dressage
 Topic: EA Novice Freestyle Test
Re: EA Novice Freestyle Test [message #3242916 is a reply to message #3242855 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 08:19
  Lulu  
Messages: 7754
Registered: January 2008
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Make up a test involving all required movements. Have someone video whilst you ride it. Put it to music. Voila! Instant freestyle Smile
 Topic: Novice Freestyle
icon2.gif  Novice Freestyle [message #3242939] Sun, 21 December 2014 10:49
  Eventing123  is currently offline Eventing123  
Messages: 67
Registered: July 2014
Level 4
Does anyone know what songs I could use for walk, trot and canter from the movie Frozen? (4 beat, 2 beat, 3 beat)

[Updated on: Sun, 21 December 2014 10:49]

Re: Novice Freestyle [message #3242965 is a reply to message #3242939 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 13:49
  Beck Star  is currently offline Beck Star  
Messages: 635
Registered: January 2007
Location: Echuca
Level 1 - Advanced
It highly depends on your horses tempo, like strides per minute for eg. I think it would be easiest if you video yourself doing your test, then it's a lot easier to work out music to suit around that - which songs would suit which gait as ideally you're looking for footfall with each count and even slowing the tracks down or speeding up to suit can work also if it's not quite the right speed - if done slightly it can make a huge difference over all and no one would notice.

I've done lots of track editing for dances and dance performances over the past 8 years. If you know your test already you can video it and send it to me and I can have a play around with Frozen tracks if you would like.
 Topic: Synthetic dressage saddles competing
Re: Synthetic dressage saddles competing [message #3242967 is a reply to message #3242760 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 14:35
  Beck Star  is currently offline Beck Star  
Messages: 635
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They're not exactly uncommon these days. I've known a rider to win her rider class at Barastoc HOTY in a Wintec Isabel and there are lots of people out there competing dressage in Wintecs also. I personally have a Wintec Pro Contourbloc and love it, when my WB begins competing that's what I would be riding him in.
 Topic: Another World Record for Charlotte Dujardin
Re: Another World Record for Charlotte Dujardin [message #3242910 is a reply to message #3242696 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 07:41
  Prince Ali  
Messages: 2813
Registered: March 2008
Location: EA/Surf Coast
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
They are just spine tingling to watch. The ease at which he does the movements is beautiful, Valegro looks so comfortable with the work Smile I would love to see this pair live one day!
Re: Another World Record for Charlotte Dujardin [message #3242934 is a reply to message #3242893 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 10:38
  WBS  
Messages: 4583
Registered: November 2005
Step away from the computer,
Bats79 wrote on Sat, 20 December 2014 23:04



But you just said 10 was for "excellent" not that it was for "better than Valegro".

I'm talking about other horses deserving 10s for some movements that don't seem to get them.

Wondering if anyone can close the gap to Valegro and Charlotte.



Do you have any examples? Maybe they did actually get a ten.



Fear is temporary, regret is forever
Re: Another World Record for Charlotte Dujardin [message #3243059 is a reply to message #3242696 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 21:10
  MNOliver  is currently offline MNOliver  
Messages: 760
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What's the point in having a 10 if it's impossible to achieve..... I thought it was wonderfull. I loved her masterclass. I'm not experienced in dressage but I would think that's exactly how a combination should be.
Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Going to the movies
Re: Going to the movies [message #3242917 is a reply to message #3240343 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 08:21
  madsyoudork  
Messages: 2326
Registered: February 2009
Location: LEG
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So lucyandtobias did you end up going? And did you have a nice time? Smile
 Topic: whats the best product to use to clean walls
Re: whats the best product to use to clean walls [message #3242918 is a reply to message #3242668 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 08:25
  Lulu  
Messages: 7754
Registered: January 2008
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STzar wrote on Fri, 19 December 2014 19:56

Magic eraser!


Just in case you missed it. No chemicals. Instant clean. I use them on everything. Awesome shower screen cleaners
Re: whats the best product to use to clean walls [message #3242920 is a reply to message #3242631 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 08:48
  cheveauxpark  
Messages: 12960
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Location: kooweerup
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Hot Soapy water... Smile


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 Topic: Do you have a 'signature scent'?
Re: Do you have a 'signature scent'? [message #3242945 is a reply to message #3241764 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 11:30
  ponymad is currently online ponymad  
Messages: 3128
Registered: August 2007
Location: Bulla & Broadford
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
The scent I have like most on me is Gwen Stefani's Lamb.

An ex bought me a bottle of Elizabeth Arden Provocative Woman and I got lots of compliments wearing that one.

I don't wear perfume much these days, it kind of slipped off the must have list when money was tight. Though I think my mum has found out and I'll be back smelling nice again very soon.
 Topic: Martin place killer
Re: Martin place killer [message #3242923 is a reply to message #3242610 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 08:55
  Private Eye  
Messages: 6193
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Location: GVEC
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IM going with the dumped at the tip idea..........left to rot and eaten by the scavagengers of the world.....
Re: Martin place killer [message #3242940 is a reply to message #3242923 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 10:52
  Rayhay  
Messages: 2597
Registered: May 2008
Location: Emerald
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Woodchipper???


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Re: Martin place killer [message #3242958 is a reply to message #3242610 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 13:30
  Shiralee  
Messages: 1295
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Location: Cockatoo
Completely Insane
Whatever they do, I hope they wrap him in bacon first. No place in paradise if he is smothered in unclean pork!
Re: Martin place killer [message #3242962 is a reply to message #3242610 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 13:36
  Isaboe  
Messages: 8120
Registered: January 2009
Its my party and I'll hoo haa if I want to
I'm a tad confused Confused Most people in this thread are hoping like his hell is soul is tortured for all eternity (and rightly so as he murdered two people), but whip over to the other thread to where a woman murdered eight children and nobody is screaming for her to be strung up. Seems to be a bit of double standards happening or am I missing something ?
Re: Martin place killer [message #3242983 is a reply to message #3242962 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 16:07
  Kilanya  
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Isaboe wrote on Sun, 21 December 2014 13:36

I'm a tad confused Confused Most people in this thread are hoping like his hell is soul is tortured for all eternity (and rightly so as he murdered two people), but whip over to the other thread to where a woman murdered eight children and nobody is screaming for her to be strung up. Seems to be a bit of double standards happening or am I missing something ?

Completely agree, Issy... Rolls Eyes
Re: Martin place killer [message #3242991 is a reply to message #3242983 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:13
  Rayhay  
Messages: 2597
Registered: May 2008
Location: Emerald
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Not missing anything Isaboe, I just have not gone into that thread yet! However, the same may just apply, but I have not read the entire details yet! Crying or Very Sad


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Re: Martin place killer [message #3242993 is a reply to message #3242962 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:17
  djrayment  
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Registered: May 2009
Step away from the computer,
Isaboe wrote on Sun, 21 December 2014 13:36

I'm a tad confused Confused Most people in this thread are hoping like his hell is soul is tortured for all eternity (and rightly so as he murdered two people), but whip over to the other thread to where a woman murdered eight children and nobody is screaming for her to be strung up. Seems to be a bit of double standards happening or am I missing something ?

I've not contributed to the other thread bc I've got nothing to add to it - I don't know the situation beyond what it appears to be... a woman who gave birth at 14yo to her first child, followed by seven more, who after 20 years of being a mother killed 7 of her children and her niece and tried to kill herself. She's going to jail for a very long time (as she should) and she'll probably have suceeded in killing herself by this time next year. I just feel deeply for her remaining son - he can't possibly come through finding all of his siblings murdered by his mother without some serious issues (which will probably add to the ones he no doubt has already given his family situation prior Sad )

[Updated on: Sun, 21 December 2014 17:18]

Re: Martin place killer [message #3242995 is a reply to message #3242962 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:20
  Last half  is currently offline Last half  
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Isaboe wrote on Sun, 21 December 2014 13:36

I'm a tad confused Confused Most people in this thread are hoping like his hell is soul is tortured for all eternity (and rightly so as he murdered two people), but whip over to the other thread to where a woman murdered eight children and nobody is screaming for her to be strung up. Seems to be a bit of double standards happening or am I missing something ?


Yes you are missing something. It has to do with the history and intent of the individuals, not the number of kills. Put simply we know far more about him then we do yet about her.

And I'm not calling for anyone's "soul" to be tortured, just that their actions and what we do subsequently are not a catalyst for someone else to duplicate what they have done in the future.
Re: Martin place killer [message #3243002 is a reply to message #3242983 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:33
  Goode  is currently offline Goode  
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Kilanya wrote on Sun, 21 December 2014 16:07

Isaboe wrote on Sun, 21 December 2014 13:36

I'm a tad confused Confused Most people in this thread are hoping like his hell is soul is tortured for all eternity (and rightly so as he murdered two people), but whip over to the other thread to where a woman murdered eight children and nobody is screaming for her to be strung up. Seems to be a bit of double standards happening or am I missing something ?

Completely agree, Issy... Rolls Eyes


Sounds like the woman was already in hell .... Both situations are failures by our government systems though in one way or another.
 Topic: When people go missing..
Re: When people go missing.. [message #3242946 is a reply to message #3241513 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 11:36
  mingary  
Messages: 3110
Registered: December 2009
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
GottaLoveHorses wrote on Mon, 15 December 2014 14:04

Isaboe wrote on Mon, 15 December 2014 12:22

GottaLoveHorses wrote on Mon, 15 December 2014 13:13

Understand exactly where you're coming from - I think sometimes people overreact, espeically in situations like you said, if they're grown adults who can look after themselves.

However (different situation), I'm reading a book at the moment called "A Stolen Life".

It's about a girl (true story) who was abducted at the age of 11... 18 years later she is finally freed.

She was actually walking around and seen many times before she was almost forced to explain what had happened.. She'd been manipulated so much by the offender that she begun to just belive that that was her life (has an actual term, mental blank and cannot remeber it!).

If social media had have been around at the time of her disappearance, I think someone would have reconisned her a lot earlier, and she wouldn't have had to live such an awful life for so long..

For anyone curious:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kidnapping_of_Jaycee_Lee_Dugard


Confused What rock do you live under...do you not watch the news or take any notice of the world around you. Exactly what is a "grown adult that can look after themselves". Jill Meagher was an adult but she couldn't take care of herself when she found herself in a situation out of her control as not many could when they are up against someone intent on doing harm.



Settle down.
Obviously if there any suspicion into the disappearance of the person then by all means post it all over the net. It's pretty obvious when someone has disappeared because they don't want to be found, to when a third party has caused harm to them and caused them to go off the grid.
People run away deliberately all the time. No biggie really.
If they're gone for more than a day, then yes, raise alarms.



How do you even know the difference?? Because someone who doesn't want to be found can just as easily become a victim to murder / rape / suicide than someone who wants to make it home.
Re: When people go missing.. [message #3243003 is a reply to message #3240976 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:33
  Last half  is currently offline Last half  
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catch88 wrote on Sat, 13 December 2014 06:02

Something has been ticking me off for a while and I know it's selfish and petty, but on Facebook I swear everyday someone is sharing that such And such has gone missing, so I read more information and it's like "she is 26" or "he is 47". Fair enough when it's teenagers, but a large majority of these people are located the next day etc.

Maybe they want space or don't want to be found? They're older? I know it's pathetic of me because it would be stressful to not know where someone you love is but if they're old enough to make their own decisions surely we don't need missing person pages for each individual person :/


Doesn't Facebook have "ignore" or "delete"? Seriously? I don't do facebook.
If it bothers you so much why not just choose not to read "missing persons" posts Oh wait you might miss out on something if you did that........

Like someone else said better something like a missing persons post in your inbox then a picture of someone's lunch.....
 Topic: Snakes - how many in a hatchling?
Snakes - how many in a hatchling? [message #3243004] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:33
  kez155  
Messages: 5696
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Location: GRAF
Step away from the computer,
I googled but can't find it (also bloody terrified of snakes so don't want to spend that long reading about them :/ ).

Does anyone know how many babies in a hatchling? Specifically, copperheads?

Thanks Smile

[Updated on: Sun, 21 December 2014 17:34]

Re: Snakes - how many in a hatchling? [message #3243005 is a reply to message #3243004 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:36
  Last half  is currently offline Last half  
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Too many!!!! I don't like snakes either!
Re: Snakes - how many in a hatchling? [message #3243008 is a reply to message #3243004 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:42
  danim  is currently offline danim  
Messages: 197
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Probably not what you want to hear but google says lowland copperhead, (a. superbus) live birth 9-45 young average 15 with litters generally increasing with maternal size....
I don't fear snakes as such, but have a strong fear of my children getting bitten by a snake. 2 snakes in our backyard already this season suggests my fear has merit.
Re: Snakes - how many in a hatchling? [message #3243010 is a reply to message #3243008 ] Sun, 21 December 2014 17:50
  kez155  
Messages: 5696
Registered: June 2009
Location: GRAF
Step away from the computer,
9-45?! Holy F.ck Surprised

We're at 4, 3 CH & 1 Tiger. Tiger was (is) monstrous - he's out the back close to the boundary fence so that's ''ok'' (its so not ok but short of going hunting - not gonna happen!!! there is not much I can do about that)
The CH have all been about 2'6.
They've all just been doing snake things - dad (mechanic) went to crawl under one of the trucks the other day though and found he had company. That wasnt so good. Don't think he'd be quite so relaxed about it, if it had have been the tiger.

Thankyou for googling for me - I appreciate it!!

Now if you'll excuse me I just have to write up a property for sale add...

[Updated on: Sun, 21 December 2014 18:01]

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