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    Quote Originally Posted by Rips View Post
    I have a strange ability to remember almost everything I've ever read on a forum, was about 2 years ago I'd say. I guess it is like reading a never-ending picture book.

    Its a very bad habit, its pushes out all the useful information.
    I sympathise. I have a phenomenal memory for plots of Casualty episodes from the late 90s, and basically every star trek episode ever shown. This means I have no spare space for useful things like why I entered this room, where I left my keys or what I had for breakfast. What am I doing here again?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Minstrel View Post
    Hello and welcome!! I have a native type dressage horse... My clydesdale
    Ooooh! I love a Clydesdale - handsome chap! (Well they all are in your sig, but the dressaging chap particularly!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JFTD View Post
    Ooooh! I love a Clydesdale - handsome chap! (Well they all are in your sig, but the dressaging chap particularly!)
    Thank you!!! That was him at prelim level. He works at elemntary/medium level now. Better get back out and about
    I have a friend who has a lovely talented highland cross who is incredible gets high 60% at medium!!!

    Their beauty captures every eye, a gift from God for all mankind, they lend us wings so we may fly, to ride a horse is to ride the sky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minstrel View Post
    Thank you!!! That was him at prelim level. He works at elemntary/medium level now. Better get back out and about
    I have a friend who has a lovely talented highland cross who is incredible gets high 60% at medium!!!
    Fabulous! My lad is schooling medium and I'm hoping to have his medium debut (unaff) at the end of the year. He's had high 60s at elementary but only unaff, and I think the judge must've been smoking something to be honest Would definitely like to see pics of your chap out and about now though - bet he looks super

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    Welcome along!!

    Lovely Highlands! I'm a native fan, have a NF and Sec D and a part bred Sec D
    Native pony addict!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red View Post
    Welcome along!!

    Lovely Highlands! I'm a native fan, have a NF and Sec D and a part bred Sec D
    Thanks - can't beat a native can you

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    Well you can, but people complain

    Hiya, I recognise you from nag and dog as well, nice to see you over here.

    I have Irish Draughts/IDSH, and fecking lemmings.
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    Loving the mane on your cob!
    I'm not a native owner, well I own a Welsh D x (does that count?!) but I mainly own Spanish ponies. (Andalusians and Andalusian crosses)
    I'm a graded Para Rider was competing Novice/Elem (BD Able bodied) but am currently horseless. Well, not fully horseless but thats a long story

    Welcome to the forum

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    Recognise you from the dark side. Lovely to see some photos of your lovely horses!

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    Beautiful ponies! I have a highland however we just potter about the farm , she did do a little dressage with her last owner though.


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    Hiya and welcome.... I recognise you from nag & dog too..... well, the initials

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