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Discussion in 'Where am I? Where are you!' started by LeBlackbird, Sep 24, 2009.
Does your daughter show in the Chester County events?
Last year, no. This year maybe? We are still figuring it out for the year. If she is enjoying it, we will probably do a few rates shows, at least. Other wise, we will be sticking closer to home to get her used to it.
There are some really fun Chester County shows (assuming you are Chester County). Radnor Hunt, London Grove (i.e. Vince Dugan's), the big one at Ludwig's Corner. Just get out and meet the other riders and parents. Really fun group of folks. Some are a tad too caught up in the whole winning aspect. The key is to have fun - and keep telling yourself that when it costs a bloody fortune, it's hot as hades, and horses are being well horses!
My niece used to show at the rated shows locally at "Our Farm" and in NY and FL. Just a little too competitive for my daughter. The more people spend, the more they "want" to win.
There its no way to describe it out there today but MUDHOLE!
back to your regular discussion.
Oops, didn't know the blue orps were spoken for (some of these posts slip right by me). Just trying to help wing out.
Blarney, can I impose my 4 welsummer cameos on you and get your opinion on gender? I can PM them to spare others from the picture post.
I am only take 2! LOL so as long as I get my 2, we are cool! Sounds like she has a lot of birdies though! Excited to see what else she has on Saturday!
Note to self, when making a pot of coffee, it is a good idea to put coffee in the filter.
Oh, that's terrible. So Sorry for your little girl. You did the right thing though. Can they even live without their feet?
I'd react the same exact way if it were you too Blarney. I still remember a message from a certain friend coming looking for me. One doesn't forget the important things..
MUDHOLE doesn't even begin to describe my yard! I thought I might get swept away by the current of rainwater running through the middle of the yard. Thank God the coops are uphill!
Well, they say you learn something new everyday!