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Forum: Advertising - Horses
 Topic: Bushview So Divine
Re: Bushview So Divine [message #3252169 is a reply to message #3152550 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 00:45
  bushview  is currently offline bushview  
Messages: 351
Registered: July 2010
Location: N.A!! ATM
Level 1
Sold


My horses Complete me

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 Topic: 2 yo Part Welsh/Arabian Pony Gelding-$500
Re: 2 yo Part Welsh/Arabian Pony Gelding-$500 [message #3252185 is a reply to message #3250844 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:52
  hollyford  is currently offline hollyford  
Messages: 221
Registered: January 2009
Level 2
Still available
 Topic: 2yo Chestnut Roan Welsh A Filly-$800
Re: 2yo Chestnut Roan Welsh A Filly-$800 [message #3252187 is a reply to message #3250845 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:53
  hollyford  is currently offline hollyford  
Messages: 221
Registered: January 2009
Level 2
This gorgeous super friendly filly is still available
 Topic: Miniature Stallion
Re: Miniature Stallion [message #3252194 is a reply to message #3160503 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 09:44
  KOOKA HEIGHTS  is currently offline KOOKA HEIGHTS  
Messages: 314
Registered: May 2008
Level 1
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 Topic: ULTIMATE CHILDS SHOW PONY
Re: ULTIMATE CHILDS SHOW PONY [message #3252199 is a reply to message #3107025 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 10:26
  fletcher is currently online fletcher  
Messages: 339
Registered: April 2009
Location: Kyneton
Level 1
Hi. Hoping you can help me out? In regards to the pony fairy wings, just wanting to know when you sold her to the current owners. I am looking at her for my daughter and want to make sure she is going to be suited. Just checking because your add is dated feb 2014 , but current owner says she has had her 18 months?
Would she be suited to a capable but not overly confident 9 yr old ? Thanks
 Topic: 5YO Zabeel Gelding
5YO Zabeel Gelding [message #3252208] Mon, 02 February 2015 11:07
  Rapscallian  
Messages: 3140
Registered: January 2011
Location: Wang
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
FOR SALE: "Rusty Springs"

Approx 16.1h 5yo thoroughbred bay gelding by Zabeel. Last raced 18/1/15.

Billy is a lovely, athletic type who will excel at any chosen discipline, and was retired due to being too slow. Billy has never sustained any injuries and is 100% sound.

Billy has a very laid back attitude even on race day. He always stood quietly and never got hot or fizzy and is a gentleman to handle in every way. He is a friendly horse who loves people and attention.

Billy is a good eater and will hold weight easily once he has let down.

Billy has the potential to make a lovely eventer or dressage mount. He also has no blemishes or scars. He has no bite, kick, rear or buck. He is perfect for the farrier, floats with no problems, ties well and comes to you in the paddock. He has a gentle nature and learns quickly. Forward moving horse who isn't a spooky type.

With education Billy will make a super HRCAV/PCAV/EA allrounder.

Located in Wangaratta, vic. $800.

Photos taken 2/2/15

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[Updated on: Mon, 02 February 2015 11:07]


*leg yields away from your elitist equestrian mentality*
Forum: Advertising - Noncommercial
 Topic: WTB weatherbeeta Cotton Combo
Re: WTB weatherbeeta Cotton Combo [message #3252168 is a reply to message #3251620 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 00:11
  cailin_storm  
Messages: 1603
Registered: September 2009
Completely Insane
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 Topic: ***BATES ISABELL FOR SALE***
Re: ***BATES ISABELL FOR SALE*** [message #3252171 is a reply to message #3247115 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 03:29
  Jeffy  
Messages: 294
Registered: December 2009
Level 2
Price reduced!!!!
 Topic: WANTED: 17" Black Dressage Saddle
Re: WANTED: 17" Black Dressage Saddle [message #3252184 is a reply to message #3251982 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:52
  Elmo123  is currently offline Elmo123  
Messages: 42
Registered: March 2014
Level 4
BUMP


Emily
 Topic: Black tail for pony
Black tail for pony [message #3252189] Mon, 02 February 2015 09:11
  ezekiel  is currently offline ezekiel  
Messages: 127
Registered: October 2006
Level 3
I have for sale a black tail for a pony for showing. Just want $30 for it. It's in great condition. Pm if interested
 Topic: Black 16" Ammo half breed swinging fender saddle, mounted
Re: Black 16" Ammo half breed swinging fender saddle, mounted [message #3252190 is a reply to message #3204930 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 09:27
  Mylo_Mouse is currently online Mylo_Mouse  
Messages: 374
Registered: September 2012
Level 1
Very Happy
 Topic: Trainers Jessica - Black 17"
Re: Trainers Jessica - Black 17" [message #3252193 is a reply to message #3251665 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 09:34
  Mylo_Mouse is currently online Mylo_Mouse  
Messages: 374
Registered: September 2012
Level 1
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 Topic: DRESS CIRCLE Sherpa & Lycra rugs/hood bib - New, Samples & Used
Re: DRESS CIRCLE Sherpa & Lycra rugs/hood bib - New, Samples & Used EOI [message #3252200 is a reply to message #3251400 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 10:32
  panoramic  is currently offline panoramic  
Messages: 800
Registered: May 2008
Level 1 - Advanced
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 Topic: 17" brown Andrew Hoy (Ambassador) jump saddle for sale
Re: 17" brown Andrew Hoy (Ambassador) jump saddle for sale [message #3252201 is a reply to message #3239365 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 10:35
  Llama  
Messages: 3735
Registered: April 2007
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
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A setback is a setup for a comeback
 Topic: Brown AVG Barnsby 17.5 Dressage Saddle
Re: Brown AVG Barnsby 17.5 Dressage Saddle [message #3252188 is a reply to message #3226749 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:55
  Llama  
Messages: 3735
Registered: April 2007
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
Smile


A setback is a setup for a comeback
Re: Brown AVG Barnsby 17.5 Dressage Saddle [message #3252209 is a reply to message #3226749 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 11:15
  Kelmel  
Messages: 14995
Registered: April 2007
The forum drove me to drink. Remind me to thank it.
Don't understand how you haven't sold this one yet!! I wish it was black as I LOVE the anky saddles Sad Absolute bargain.


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 Topic: Crime Books
Crime Books [message #3252215] Mon, 02 February 2015 11:43
  sophia23  is currently offline sophia23  
Messages: 1526
Registered: August 2011
Completely Insane
All books are in great or near new condition. All books are $5 plus postage at buyers expense

Cold Hearted by Beverly Barton
The Murder Game by Beverly Barton
Evil Serial killers- in the minds of monsters by Charlotte Greig
Evil Wives- deadly women whose crimes knew no limits by John Marlowe
Cold kill by Neil White
Bones are forever by Kathy Reichs
Murder Mile by Tony Black
In good faith by Scott Pratt
Obsession by Jonathan Kellerman
I kill by Giorgio Faletti
The guilty plea by Robert Rotenberg
Blink and caution by Tim Wynne-Jones

[Updated on: Mon, 02 February 2015 11:43]

 Topic: Wintec Close Contact Show Jump 16.5"
Wintec Close Contact Show Jump 16.5" [message #3252216] Mon, 02 February 2015 11:46
  ponymad  is currently offline ponymad  
Messages: 3139
Registered: August 2007
Location: Bulla & Broadford
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.
Wintec Close Contact, black flock.
Easy change gullet, currently wide. 16.5". Movable velcro flexiblocks under flap.

I bought this saddle new, used it for a couple of years, but it has been in storage (in my house) for a few years now as the horse it belonged to is retired. I was hoping it would fit another horse down the track but none of my current ones and my circumstances have changed and I can no longer hoard all my gear "just in case"!

Great saddle, really comfortable and balanced. Has some wear on equisuede, but does not interfere with saddle at all, still many more years left!

Unmounted but comes with cotton cover and wintec saddle blanket.

$600neg.

PM here or email duranihart @ hotmail.com (remove spaces)

I have more pictures but VH is freezing on me whenever I try to add additional!

index.php?t=getfile&id=610944&private=0

Forum: Dressage
 Topic: Pony Dressage
Re: Pony Dressage [message #3252173 is a reply to message #3252119 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 07:33
  Pony Power  is currently offline Pony Power  
Messages: 423
Registered: February 2006
Location: Rich River Equestrian Clu...
Level 1
Ponies may enter any of your weekend EA dressage competitions at any level. At the end of the day, the ponies are separated from the horses and awarded separately.

For a list of answers to FAQ's check out this page - http://www.aspr.com.au/#!rules-for-pony-events/c21nx

The ASPR has a brand new web site with lots of information about our Australian Sports Pony. Check out the information and if you have any queries on our Registry or Pony Dressage in general, please don't hesitate to give me a call.

Regards,

Margie Kuiper
Federal Secretary
Australian Sports Pony Registry Inc.
Re: Pony Dressage [message #3252214 is a reply to message #3252119 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 11:33
  Flash Dancer  is currently offline Flash Dancer  
Messages: 6539
Registered: February 2010
This computer will self destruct in 10 posts
Thanks Margie, I've been reading up on the website!

Do the competitions go across the whole of Victoria because i'm in Central vic, so Horsham, Bendigo, Ballarat are the closest 'bigger places'. A weekend in Werribee is alright once in a while but not consistently, it's just too far away.

When you say the ponies are awarded separately, do you state on your entry you are riding a pony? How does it all work?


Riding: The art of keeping a horse between you and the ground.
Re: Pony Dressage [message #3252217 is a reply to message #3252214 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 11:48
  Holliee.  is currently offline Holliee.  
Messages: 3065
Registered: November 2007
Location: EV & KEC
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.

If it is EA your pony will be registered with a number succeeded by a ‘P’.

Most horses only have a number (for example, my boy is #2002), whereas your pony will be entered as ‘P1234’. This distinguishes horses & ponies.

I don’t know about central VIC, but I presume that whenever an EA dressage day is run they will also cater for ponies. Have a look on the EA website for comps near you Very Happy


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Forum: General - Off Topic
 Topic: Anyone watch Pretty Little Liars
Re: Anyone watch Pretty Little Liars [message #3252170 is a reply to message #3022513 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 02:01
  Peepaboo  is currently offline Peepaboo  
Messages: 861
Registered: April 2011
Level 1 - Advanced
Maybe its Emily, as she is the least suspecting.
Re: Anyone watch Pretty Little Liars [message #3252178 is a reply to message #3022513 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:02
  Hartz  is currently offline Hartz  
Messages: 712
Registered: April 2007
Level 1 - Advanced
It's been so long since I saw the first ep I can't even remember it. I might watch it again.
 Topic: Giving away undesexed cats/dogs - what are the laws?
Re: Giving away undesexed cats/dogs - what are the laws? [message #3252182 is a reply to message #3252138 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:16
  rosie2011  
Messages: 3294
Registered: February 2011
Unstoppable, ungaggable, unzippable
Probably a facebook myth but I have read that from this month, crossbred and purebreds with no breed papers will have a maximum sale price of $600 on them.
 Topic: Urgent Advice needed :)
Re: Urgent Advice needed :) [message #3252183 is a reply to message #3251973 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:19
  rosie2011  
Messages: 3294
Registered: February 2011
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How is your dog?
 Topic: Free online courses for anyone interested
Re: Free online courses for anyone interested [message #3252197 is a reply to message #3246012 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 10:23
  Chaseeau  is currently offline Chaseeau  
Messages: 4840
Registered: January 2009
Step away from the computer,
Who else is doing the Nutrition Course?

Week One is all done and dusted and was fascinating!!! Very Happy


Horses are brave and loyal and more,
but none so much as the horses of war.
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 Topic: 2015 wedding thread xx
Re: 2015 wedding thread xx [message #3252198 is a reply to message #3251682 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 10:25
  ASES  is currently offline ASES  
Messages: 49
Registered: September 2013
Level 4
That's exciting Billy! You seem to be on top of things too, very organised!

My wonderful partner proposed on 21/12/14, we have set our date for 13th of September this year Very Happy


Amy E Smith Equestrian services
Certificate IV Sports Coaching Equestrian
NCAS EA Level One General Coach
NCAS RDAA Level Two General Coach
info@amysmithequestrian.com
amysmithequestrian.com
0407 851 853
Re: 2015 wedding thread xx [message #3252202 is a reply to message #3252198 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 10:39
  Holliee.  is currently offline Holliee.  
Messages: 3065
Registered: November 2007
Location: EV & KEC
Troppo. Loco. Round the twist.

Congratulations to both of you Smile


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 Topic: Please Vote for Jack!
Please Vote for Jack! [message #3252213] Mon, 02 February 2015 11:29
  maddy.  is currently offline maddy.  
Messages: 559
Registered: July 2009
Level 1
While I personally do not know this dog or the owner, I'd love to see Jack win this PetVote competition.
I think the prize draw is up around $1,000 and if they win, the money will be donated to Staffords in Need Very Happy

Please click on the link below and vote!

http://www.petvote.com/jan15/finalists/jack-webster-brttzhc

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jack/766451816781904
 Topic: Barn kittens
Re: Barn kittens [message #3252219 is a reply to message #3251426 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 12:03
  Kilanya  
Messages: 2244
Registered: August 2012
Location: Crazy Cat Ladysville
Stark, Raving Bonkers
Aww, ladies! <3 You're all too kind.

We now have another cat living in our garage.. I suspect it is the babies other sibling who I saw with them when they were babies in the paddock, but thought he'd died.. I think someone has caught him, put a collar on him and he's escaped (my theory only), so he is getting fed (in secret) in the shed, he won't stay around when I open the shed door.
Forum: Advertising - Commercial
 Topic: agistment around Laverton/werribee
Re: agistment around Laverton/werribee [message #3252220 is a reply to message #3248442 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 12:09
merinda anyhow is currently online merinda anyhow  
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Level 5
Try Pertaringa Park at Toolern Vale

No is 0412 761 760
 Topic: Hay Delivered
Re: Hay Delivered [message #3252224 is a reply to message #3250873 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 12:40
  Delilah is currently online Delilah  
Messages: 512
Registered: March 2014
Level 1
What is your minimum amount for delivery of round pasture bales and would you deliver to Tooborac which is near Heathcote. PM me if you like with prices.
Forum: General - On Topic
 Topic: New pony, bubba - Share your bubs!
Re: New pony, bubba - Share your bubs! [message #3252172 is a reply to message #3251827 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 04:58
seedytoe  is currently offline seedytoe  
Messages: 4
Registered: December 2013
Level 5
He may be too small for yourself to ride but have you considered having hm broken to harness in the future?
 Topic: Recommendation on round bale slow feeders please
Re: Recommendation on round bale slow feeders please [message #3252176 is a reply to message #3251951 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 07:50
  bluerider777  is currently offline bluerider777  
Messages: 57
Registered: March 2007
Location: GDARC
Level 4
I recently bought some strong netting off ebay (sorry cant remember the seller) and wrapped my round bales with it. I now "sew" it up for a better fit with baling twine.
My ponies are all barefoot and gutses. This works for them!

I looked at the premade round bale covers for aprox $200 and thought $80 of netting made more sense. You could shape it permenently quite easily, but sewing it onto the bale works for me lol.

Blue
 Topic: Competing Alone
Re: Competing Alone [message #3252175 is a reply to message #3252095 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 07:50
  vickiq3112  
Messages: 127
Registered: July 2013
Location: Numurkah
Level 3
This isn't something I try to dwell on a great deal even though I head off by myself all the time.
As a precaution, similar to the details that go on your medical armband card, I have laminated an A4 page with all my emergency contact details and I leave this on the dash of my truck. That way, if I am carted off in an ambulance, the contact details remain with the truck and horse.
I'm not going to let travelling / competing alone stand in the way of doing what I love to do.
cheers
Vicki
Re: Competing Alone [message #3252177 is a reply to message #3252095 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 07:59
  Shades1  
Messages: 246
Registered: November 2013
Level 2
I wouldn't worry the horse community is awesome. There will always be someone that will either take your horse home for you or take it back to there place until you can get it. Even riding as a kid mum has taken me to the doctors and other people untacked my horse and called my non horsey dad and helped him get the horse home.
Re: Competing Alone [message #3252180 is a reply to message #3252155 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:06
  blackorlando  is currently offline blackorlando  
Messages: 3819
Registered: December 2005
Step away from the computer,
pgemma wrote on Sun, 01 February 2015 22:22

blackorlando wrote on Sun, 01 February 2015 22:02

I haven't found the arm bands helpful. They are on your arm while you are in the ambulance/hospital, but medical staff do not refer to them at all. Not in my experience(s) anyway. Maybe if you were completely karked it they might have a peek eventually?



I figure if you are alone at a comp and fell off they would be useful. Someone could call your emergency contact straight away, rather than waiting for someone to get the information off a form in the office. Not so much for ambulance staff, but for competition officials/first aiders.




That's what I mean - my emergency contact has never been contacted, even on 2 occasions I've been taken to hospital in an ambulance. And I always compete alone.
Re: Competing Alone [message #3252181 is a reply to message #3252177 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:10
  patsy  is currently offline patsy  
Messages: 3363
Registered: April 2006
Location: Gembrook
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Shades1 wrote on Mon, 02 February 2015 07:59

I wouldn't worry the horse community is awesome. There will always be someone that will either take your horse home for you or take it back to there place until you can get it. Even riding as a kid mum has taken me to the doctors and other people untacked my horse and called my non horsey dad and helped him get the horse home.


So true Shades1.

I have helped pack up someones truck/float/yards/gear/horses when they have been carted off to hospital on a couple of occasions.

Have had to go to hospital in ambulance with my daughter (from Pony Club Shocked ) many moons ago & my car/ float/ponies/gear all made it home safely (ponies still had their wooden rugs on, minor technicality Laughing )

From experience, something I don't worry about.






Sometimes I get my ambitions & my abilities confused
 Topic: Lancefield Equestrian Reserve
Lancefield Equestrian Reserve [message #3252186] Mon, 02 February 2015 08:52
  daffodil  
Messages: 146
Registered: June 2010
Level 3
Hi all,

I've never been there.
Are there yards , safe for overnight? Power/ Shade?

thanks in advance

[Updated on: Mon, 02 February 2015 08:52]

 Topic: Penicillin Question
Re: Penicillin Question [message #3252192 is a reply to message #3251410 ] Mon, 02 February 2015 09:32
  in.the.saddle  
Messages: 4635
Registered: September 2006
Step away from the computer,
Was talking with someone on the weekend that thought giving mouldy bread to animals was them ingesting natural penicillin and good for them
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