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Thread: Had a good but eventfull time out hunting on wednesday..

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    Default Had a good but eventfull time out hunting on wednesday..

    With the kimblewick which was hosting the Vine & Craven..
    Had so much fun in errr places but my horse in unbeleivably strong and abit rude!! Was fun tho but not alot went right!! My bit snapped!! Thought would try a running/english gag but was an old 1 I had got out of our bit box and yer it snapped and I had to be resued by Sarah and some nice guy I think he was from the Vine & craven So you would haver thought nothing else can go wrong after my bridle falling apart and having to be tyed together by string but errr yer managed to fall off got pinged off over a ditch the lovely Sarah again came to my rescue!! So now snow on the ground no chance of riding on the plus side Clover must of done enough work on wednesday for a whole week.. Ok and piccies


    yes my **** after I got pinged off!!


    Can see my bridle after it was repaired it fell apart an hour in it lasted another 2 hours hunting and an hours hack home!! Hats off to guy that helped fix it!!

    Clover looking at the hounds


    Thanks for looking can't wait to go out again would just like more control horse loves it a little too much!!
    Took a lovely piccie of Clover must buy it think she looks lovely
    http://www.evespics.co.uk/2010%20eve...L/img_7954.htm

    If it looks and moves like a cob.. It's a warmblood!!

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    Looks like a fab day out there Steff - broken bridle and muddy bum are good indications that Clovie was enjoying herself anyway!

    How many flasks of port & brandy did you get through?

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    lol errr mum said to me afterwards are you drunk? can smell booze on you!! shared my hip flask with some other people who said was well strong and was like petrol!!

    If it looks and moves like a cob.. It's a warmblood!!

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    can see the pro link steffy, page cannot be found

    purple Clovie looks fab

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    not sure why it's doing that but here it is

    If it looks and moves like a cob.. It's a warmblood!!

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    very nice

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    she looks lovely Steff Shame about the a*se Next time keep it in the saddle, just cause your bridle snapped and was held together by string was no excuse

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    After all that and you still didnt give in, you deserve a medal!

    I would have got off

    And cried!!!!

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    lovely and admit it, you would be bored if clover behaved all the time;0)
    no-one died of a fast trot
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    well done!!
    i've done a days hunting with a bridle tied up with string
    luckily i'd been so knocked out when i fell (it was my BIG fall that squashed my jumping confidence ) that i dont remember any of it although apparently after 2 more hours hunting i did ask why we were going home early just becuase i'd fallen off - when my sister kindly told me i'd been out for another 2hrs i have no recollection of any of it
    ETA - funny how a fall i dont remember is the one that haunts me but it hink it was more the black and blue body and broken ribs afterwards that did it

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