Just wanted to let you know that here at www.TheHorseStudio.com we market your DVD series and it's very popular. Truly jampacked with all your sage advice. When are you going to produce some more titles? We invite everyone to come visit the store and check out our showjumping section. Gotta say tho think your DVD series 'has it.'
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why 13.5 meters (approx.44 ft) ? 3 level strides would be 36 ft allowing only 8 ft for the pole and take-off distance f rom the jump
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Hope this finds you and yours well, and THANKS for All Your Barnmice contributions ... They're well written and Make Sense!!
I run Liscombe Park EC in Soulbury, Bedfordshire, & im really interested to know whether you would do some kind of lecture demo/training session? We have recently completed our New Indoor and Outdoor arenas and have great facilities.
Please email us if you would like to see our facilities and if you are interested if you could me an idea of possible dates/prices that would be great.
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Welcome aboard, Tim. I'm sure we will all benefit by your expertise. We breed extremely high quality horses in Nova Scotia, Canada. Our exceptional mares are bred to stallions such as Quidam de Revel, Chin Chin, Lupicor, Consul & Landfriese II. We also have two very special 2 year olds for sale & will also be selling 2 of our top mares to show homes only after they foal. If & when you have time, please see our website at www.euroequestriansales.com
Hi Tim. probably a very basic question for someone like you, but I find when jumping, I am gripping with my knees way too much (probably jumping bareback too much as a kid) I concentrate and count my strides going in, but if the jump does not go smoothly, I find old habits returning. I would really appreciate your input as I am now jumping about 1.10 and I came off mid jump recently. Thank you Rebecca
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