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Forum: Jumping
 Topic: Pony club tooradin horse trials photography???
Pony club tooradin horse trials photography??? [message #3229697] Sat, 01 November 2014 13:34
  eventinghorsegal  is currently offline eventinghorsegal  
Messages: 373
Registered: December 2009
Location: Dalmore Pony Club
Level 1
I know its a long shot but does anyone know of any of the photographers at the pony club tooradin horse trials earlier this year??? Rolls Eyes
Forum: Junior Member's Corner
 Topic: Good luck
Re: Good luck [message #3229673 is a reply to message #3228609 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 10:47
  albykins  is currently offline albykins  
Messages: 424
Registered: November 2010
Level 1
lol English, "Wake Up Yvette!" Laughing

I had bio yesterday, that was interesting Rolls Eyes

Good luck to further girls on Monday!
 Topic: What comps is everyone doing?
Re: What comps is everyone doing? [message #3229688 is a reply to message #3228734 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 12:20
  Teaghen  is currently offline Teaghen  
Messages: 1915
Registered: February 2012
Stark, Raving Bonkers
Colac EA/PC 2day
Barwon Zone State Quals (C grade SJ)
Geelong SJ

Maybe something else in there, haven't really looked.


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Pentland Tess 2nd "Tess"
Wyann Texas Hold'em "Texas"
 Topic: Pony club tooradin horse trials 2014 photographers
Pony club tooradin horse trials 2014 photographers [message #3229700] Sat, 01 November 2014 13:36
  eventinghorsegal  is currently offline eventinghorsegal  
Messages: 373
Registered: December 2009
Location: Dalmore Pony Club
Level 1
I know its a long shot but does anyone know of any of the photographers at the pony club tooradin horse trials earlier this year??? Rolls Eyes
Forum: Dressage
 Topic: Whats the worst dressage test you've done?
Re: Whats the worst dressage test you've done? [message #3229708 is a reply to message #3220077 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 13:49
  trackview  is currently offline trackview  
Messages: 836
Registered: April 2006
Location: MARC
Level 1 - Advanced
My two only tests so far. She was nice a calm in the warmup and while waiting for our turn, walked onto the arena and she saw the rails and cones and grew five inches. My mostly lazy girl suddenly had a lot of forward. There was a poo on the track right in front of the judges car, so sideways past that, 20 mtr circles were awful as she was so tense, didn't canter, wasn't sure where we would end up, she did a half arsed attempt to duck out a A. Second test on the day was bit better although I did mishear my caller, judge asked me to repeat the movement. Learnt quite a few things that day, hope to do it again when I can pluck up the courage.
Forum: Events for the Calendar
 Topic: melton pony club show
melton pony club show [message #3229690] Sat, 01 November 2014 12:44
  mlpc2  
Messages: 7034
Registered: January 2011
Location: the club of me :)
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
Is Melton show on this year?
 Topic: DRYSDALE LEOPOLD PONY CLUB SHOW 14TH DECEMBER
DRYSDALE LEOPOLD PONY CLUB SHOW 14TH DECEMBER [message #3229712] Sat, 01 November 2014 14:08
whatdoesthefoxsay  is currently offline whatdoesthefoxsay  
Messages: 10
Registered: October 2013
Level 5
Drysdale Leopold Pony Club is holding their 2nd annual horse show on Sunday 14th December 2014. **Programs out very soon**

9:00am start Junior and senior pony club rings, followed by open rings in the afternoon.
AM7 show jumping (money prizes, ribbons to 6th), and freshmans show jumping.
Topsy ring and fancy dress.

Cotton rug prizes for junior and senior pony club high point winners. Garlands and lots of prizes on offer!

Great show for the kids as they can do pony club in the morning, then open in the afternoon. Will have a bargain pre entry of just $25.00 which gets you in the gate and in as many classes as you want (not SJ that is a separate entity!).

Program will posted on here and will be at local Geelong saddleries and feed stores very soon.
Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Doona Fill for Summer
Re: Doona Fill for Summer [message #3229642 is a reply to message #3229293 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 00:14
  Cosmic89  
Messages: 1042
Registered: March 2010
Level 1 - Advanced
I've got a summer weight cotton and wool blend quilt by Minijumbuk. It's awesome Very Happy
 Topic: Stawell/ Halls Gap locals
Re: Stawell/ Halls Gap locals [message #3229656 is a reply to message #3229590 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 09:09
  bingochick2011  is currently offline bingochick2011  
Messages: 757
Registered: March 2012
Location: EA, AQHA
Level 1 - Advanced
My Sister and kids went to the HG zoo and they had a ball. They did animal encounters with Dingoes and something else -cant remember sorry. I just remembered it was the Meerkats. Kids have to be over 8 years old I think. Really worth while to go there she said.
Re: Stawell/ Halls Gap locals [message #3229658 is a reply to message #3229656 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 09:22
  Goode  is currently offline Goode  
Messages: 816
Registered: July 2012
Level 1 - Advanced
Thanks so much. Yep, normally hubby and I are 4- 7 day hikers with our packs.... But since I'm pregnant, we will probably keep them short and easy Smile
Re: Stawell/ Halls Gap locals [message #3229661 is a reply to message #3229590 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 09:58
  appy_luver123  
Messages: 686
Registered: December 2010
Location: SPC
Level 1 - Advanced
Halls Gap is great! We are only a 20min drive away and I love going out there.

The Zoo is so much fun- you can feed the deer as you wonder around but be careful they will try to take the whole bag of food off you Shocked Laughing

There are lots of great hikes, try going to the information centre when you get there and they will be able to point you in the right direction for what your wanting.

Have fun Smile
 Topic: Cushing's Disease in Dogs
Cushing's Disease in Dogs [message #3229669] Sat, 01 November 2014 10:21
  susieq  
Messages: 3209
Registered: October 2010
Location: HRTAV
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
I was wondering if anyone has had a dog with Cushing's disease? After copious amounts of tests being carried out it was recommended to go for surgery to remove the adrenal tumor. She's booked in next week and hoping we're doing the right thing. She's an 11yo pommy X


I can pick em but I can't ride em
 Topic: Snake proofing for dogs
Re: Snake proofing for dogs [message #3229664 is a reply to message #3229484 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 10:02
  honeyjoy  
Messages: 12333
Registered: July 2007
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Nothing on how to keep them out, if I knew, I'd be a millionaire.

The one thing to remember is, if you suspect one of your dogs has been bitten, please take all of your dogs to the vet. Quite often, we would see multiple dog owners rushing their one suspect dog in, while the other/s was/were at home, which sadly by the time they get home, are sometimes dead. This is extremely common! So please, all dogs, not just the one that looks sick!

Also, if a dog looks wobbly, ( ataxic) and suddenly vomits or hyper salivates, then looks okay, please take your dog to the vet immediately. Quite often they gave been bitten, feel better but relapse.

If you find your dogs with a snake, it's best to just pile them all in the car & get them to vet. Don't wait.

Have Pet insurance, makes that decision easy too. Smile
Re: Snake proofing for dogs [message #3229675 is a reply to message #3229664 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 11:05
  Glenda  
Messages: 27394
Registered: October 2005
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
honeyjoy wrote on Sat, 01 November 2014 10:02

Nothing on how to keep them out, if I knew, I'd be a millionaire.

The one thing to remember is, if you suspect one of your dogs has been bitten, please take all of your dogs to the vet. Quite often, we would see multiple dog owners rushing their one suspect dog in, while the other/s was/were at home, which sadly by the time they get home, are sometimes dead. This is extremely common! So please, all dogs, not just the one that looks sick!

Also, if a dog looks wobbly, ( ataxic) and suddenly vomits or hyper salivates, then looks okay, please take your dog to the vet immediately. Quite often they gave been bitten, feel better but relapse.

If you find your dogs with a snake, it's best to just pile them all in the car & get them to vet. Don't wait.

Have Pet insurance, makes that decision easy too. Smile


I wish I had have had it.....it cost me on average $3000 for each of mine, 2 survived
 Topic: VicHorse Secret Santa 2014
Re: VicHorse Secret Santa 2014 [message #3229678 is a reply to message #3211023 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 11:11
  martina  is currently offline martina  
Messages: 19385
Registered: April 2007
Location: Surf Coast RC
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Rolls Eyes Hope you still got my email ?!


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 Topic: Duck lovers/owners
Re: Duck lovers/owners [message #3229679 is a reply to message #3229561 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 11:16
  djrayment  
Messages: 3937
Registered: May 2009
Step away from the computer,
TeganxxGracexx wrote on Fri, 31 October 2014 19:36

She is going well with her medication! Her eating is still quite slow but she's slowly eating more and more. She's now outside during the day in her old pen (made when she was younger before we could trust our dogs with her) she loves getting outside in the sun but were still not comfortable enough to let her free range and run too much. She's definitely getting her strength back!

Very Happy Excellent news Very Happy
 Topic: We have goslings
Re: We have goslings [message #3229691 is a reply to message #3229619 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 12:44
  rosie2011  
Messages: 3114
Registered: February 2011
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
So cute
 Topic: Results from wolfy shoot!
Re: Results from wolfy shoot! [message #3229701 is a reply to message #3228877 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 13:37
  tara45  is currently offline tara45  
Messages: 3857
Registered: July 2009
Location: Kinglake PC
Step away from the computer,

Beautiful photos!
 Topic: Hourse/Land insurance who with?
Re: Hourse/Land insurance who with? [message #3229652 is a reply to message #3229343 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 08:19
  Nique  is currently offline Nique  
Messages: 62
Registered: April 2013
Location: Gippsland
Level 4
Allianz do a hobby farm type insurance.
Re: Hourse/Land insurance who with? [message #3229711 is a reply to message #3229652 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 14:06
  Dixie  is currently offline Dixie  
Messages: 745
Registered: October 2005
Location: VRHA, GVRHA, Lysterfield ...
Level 1 - Advanced
Aami will cover your home and contents still, but won't cover farm buildings eg barn, stables or any legal liability on farm activities
Re: Hourse/Land insurance who with? [message #3229715 is a reply to message #3229380 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 14:41
  Nikki_172  is currently offline Nikki_172  
Messages: 1097
Registered: June 2006
Location: VASHC
Level 1 - Advanced

cheveauxpark wrote on Fri, 31 October 2014 12:18

Elders do small/large farm insurance.
Was speaking to Phill today 0359410265 just tell himDeb from Kooweerup mentioned his name...they can give you quotes and THEN ask for a better one Smile


There is likely to be an Elders branch local to you Lexus who will have insurance agents, the Elders Pakenham branch is probably a bit far from you if you are still in the Ballarat area.
Re: Hourse/Land insurance who with? [message #3229725 is a reply to message #3229343 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 15:06
  Slurker  
Messages: 384
Registered: April 2013
Level 1
Don't waste your time with Allianz. They'll priomise you the earth and then renege on everything.
We had tenants take a hack saw to our black wood timber kitchen as they wanted some more space and the insurance company assessed it as 'fair wear and tear'.

I can go on but I get so cross about all the different ways they've let us down. Grr


Ignorance never settles a question - Benjamin Disraeli
 Topic: Budget spreadsheets
Re: Budget spreadsheets [message #3229745 is a reply to message #3224283 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 16:59
  sandiw  
Messages: 1081
Registered: November 2007
Location: Near Ballarat
Level 1 - Advanced
I've made my own up that you can enter your committments weather they are weekly, fortnightly, monthy, quarterly or annually.

It will then work out how much needs to be put into a seperate account each week so when the bigger bills come in the money is there ready for them.

It also works out if you are overspending then you can have a look to see where you can cut back.

The figures in here are from a few years ago and are not all true.

Feel free to have a play - any further questions feel free to message me

Re: Budget spreadsheets [message #3229751 is a reply to message #3224422 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 17:33
  Grove_burger  is currently offline Grove_burger  
Messages: 2440
Registered: October 2008
Location: Reining Australia & S...
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
chookie wrote on Mon, 13 October 2014 21:22

good old excel spreadsheet made up by someone who new what they were doing, now long gone...


I created my own in excel. I simply created a calendar one and keep a running list of our account and which days bills are due. Simple but very effective.
 Topic: What is with the latest trend of boycotting Halal meat?
Re: What is with the latest trend of boycotting Halal meat? [message #3229757 is a reply to message #3228244 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 18:05
  ransom  is currently offline ransom  
Messages: 6232
Registered: October 2005
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
I'm probably going to start a riot here, and I have not read the three pages of comments but I will say this about my own experiences watching pigs being slaughtered.

The first time I saw a pig being slaughtered by a mobile butcher the method was like this.

First the pig was stunned with a blow to the forehead with a hammer, then his throat was cut. I watched him bleed out quietly, and the whole process seemed peaceful somehow like the life force of the pig was slowly slipping away. I forced myself to come to terms with how we slaughter animals for human consumption as I felt it was hypocritical for me to be a consumer of all types of meats without confronting the actual slaugher process. While it was hard to watch and definately unpleasant I found I was able to cope with that method of slaughter.

The second pig I watched being slaughtered by a mobile butcher used a gun.
He slaughtered the pig by one quick shot to the head, then slit it's throat quickly to bleed it out. The gun method is arguably the quicker and most instant way of slaughtering a beat but it is in no way the least confronting to witness. A pig who has been shot twitches and spasms on the ground and the whole thing seems more violent and confronting to me. I made my peace with this method also.

Not that this is Halal related, but I forced this apon myself as I felt I needed to be able to address the standard issues that a lot of my vegetarian friends present when they argue that others need to convert to vegetarianism.

I think we all need to become familiar with the way animals are slaughtered and then decide whether we are still comfortable eating meat. I now make every attempt to only purchase free range meats that have been home killed (I am lucky I know free range pig farmers, beef farmers and sheep farmers) I feel that when I buy the majority of my meats this way, the types of farming practices I am supporting are those that I am comfortable with.

As to the whole issue of Halal v's standard slaughter, provided an animal is not suffering for an extended period of time (like was saw in some of those indonesian slaughter houses) then I am okay with that. You can not take the life of a beast without some discomfort to the animal. I can assure you that any sheep, cow or pig that walks into a commercial slaughter house knows what's coming. Home killed Sheep, Cows, Chickens, Pigs... Well, I honestly believe after what I've seen, they have no idea.


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Forum: Advertising - Noncommercial
 Topic: WAGNER'S short stud guard
Re: wagners stud girth [message #3229644 is a reply to message #3136863 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 00:28
  elliemay  
Messages: 667
Registered: September 2008
Level 1 - Advanced
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 Topic: 2 horse straight load float. Geelong
Re: 2 horse straight load float. Geelong [message #3229651 is a reply to message #3228800 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 08:17
  Vicey  is currently offline Vicey  
Messages: 1158
Registered: October 2008
Location: Geelong
Level 1 - Advanced
Bumping for the weekend.
 Topic: Awesome condition Rowville Wide Bay Float- built Dec 2010
Re: Awesome condition Rowville Wide Bay Float- built Dec 2010 [message #3229654 is a reply to message #3227536 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 08:34
SLWR  
Messages: 5
Registered: November 2010
Level 5
Pm'd
 Topic: Pessoa breatplate for sale.
Re: Pessoa breatplate for sale. [message #3229663 is a reply to message #3101418 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 10:01
  southern comfort  is currently offline southern comfort  
Messages: 1176
Registered: August 2008
Location: Ballarat
Level 1 - Advanced
Breastplate for sale still.
 Topic: 17.5in brown Bruce Smith flat seat jumping saddle with long points
Re: 17.5in brown Bruce Smith flat seat jumping saddle with long points [message #3229681 is a reply to message #3227285 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 11:26
  djrayment  
Messages: 3937
Registered: May 2009
Step away from the computer,
Bump Smile
 Topic: Wanted - Anky bridle or Hubertus bridle full or xl
Wanted - Anky bridle or Hubertus bridle full or xl [message #3229710] Sat, 01 November 2014 14:01
Toucan  is currently offline Toucan  
Messages: 20
Registered: November 2013
Level 5
If anyone has one for sale, please comment or pm. Thanks
 Topic: Brand New Mark Todd Leather Competition Field Boots
Re: Brand New Mark Todd Leather Competition Field Boots [message #3229717 is a reply to message #3223906 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 14:46
  Kelliem  is currently offline Kelliem  
Messages: 206
Registered: June 2008
Level 2
Bump
 Topic: Lovely Rug Set -Brand New -
Lovely Rug Set -Brand New - [message #3229702] Sat, 01 November 2014 13:38
  lyn rj  is currently offline lyn rj  
Messages: 682
Registered: May 2007
Location: Yackandandhah
Level 1 - Advanced
Lovely Brand New - Winter Rug Set 7'
42" drop, Navy Blue and some lighter blue on bottom of rug.
Waterproof outer shell, plus removeral Doona rug, plus neck rug...
Make: Just Rugs

$100 plus postage.
Location Beechworth
Genuine sale

Will try to add photos ,camera playing up at the moment

[Updated on: Sat, 01 November 2014 15:03]

Re: Lovely Rug Set -Brand New - [message #3229723 is a reply to message #3229702 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 15:03
  lyn rj  is currently offline lyn rj  
Messages: 682
Registered: May 2007
Location: Yackandandhah
Level 1 - Advanced
Bump
 Topic: Black Sheepskin Numnuh - Rams
Black Sheepskin Numnuh - Rams [message #3229728] Sat, 01 November 2014 15:21
  lyn rj  is currently offline lyn rj  
Messages: 682
Registered: May 2007
Location: Yackandandhah
Level 1 - Advanced
Never used - 16 -16 1/2"
Black Sheepskin Numnuh
Make :Rams
$80 plus postage
Location Beechworth
 Topic: wintec wide dressage saddle
Re: wintec wide dressage saddle [message #3229735 is a reply to message #3228611 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 15:37
  shahow  is currently offline shahow  
Messages: 295
Registered: July 2009
Location: None at the moment
Level 2
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 Topic: Rugs for sale - all excellent condition
Re: Rugs for sale - all excellent condition [message #3229736 is a reply to message #3229533 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 15:50
  ymuir  is currently offline ymuir  
Messages: 92
Registered: March 2008
Level 3
Sent pm
 Topic: Horse gear
Re: Horse gear [message #3229738 is a reply to message #3210207 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 16:09
  bekk.kassa  is currently offline bekk.kassa  
Messages: 126
Registered: August 2013
Location: belgrave
Level 3
Saddle blanket def sold?
 Topic: 15L BUCKETS WITH LIDS
15L BUCKETS WITH LIDS [message #3229758] Sat, 01 November 2014 18:10
DanielGrisold  is currently offline DanielGrisold  
Messages: 5
Registered: August 2014
Level 5
Plastic food grade Buckets/Pails with lids!! 15L

All buckets are washed through a commercial dishwasher and will be clean upon pickup.
Bucket handles are exremely durable and are very capable of holding upto 25kg with no problems.
They stack inside of eachother and also on top of eachother for ease of storage! (See attached pics)


Price list is as follows;
$5 per bucket OR
$4.50 per bucket for 10 buckets +
$4 per bucket for 20 buckets +
$3.50 per bucket for 30 buckets+

Available for pickup in Knox area (wantirna south)
** free delivery available within 5km of the knox area for orders over 20 buckets

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 Topic: FOR SALE: Wintec 2000 All Purpose Saddle
Re: FOR SALE: Wintec 2000 All Purpose Saddle [message #3229762 is a reply to message #3223946 ] Sat, 01 November 2014 18:34
BreaPaige  is currently offline BreaPaige  
Messages: 10
Registered: February 2012
Level 5
Bump
Great condition
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