What makes a curb a curb?

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  1. Arem

    Arem Senior Member

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    Never post anything on the internet that you don't want the world to see.

    She kept saying we had no way to know how her horse went in the bit because all we had was a snapshot. Well, I happened to know that we had more than snapshot available.

    Again, never post anything that you don't want the world to see.
     
  2. walktrot

    walktrot Full Member

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    Now I remember why I rarely post on this board. What a bunch of mean girls, and some of you are men I believe.
    Arem- After I looked through your gallery, I realized you live a glass house and shouldn't throw stones.

    Your horse is unbalanced and has a wide open gaping mouth as you rudely pull the poor thing around a barrel. This is not a happy horse. This is not what I expected from someone that seems to be such an expert on riding.

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  3. BluemoonOKy

    BluemoonOKy Senior Member

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    Here is another pic from same ride IMG_4517
    Difference is its as she's snapping the barrel in a race and not from an entire dressage test where ther is hardly rhythm nor relaxation present ridibg with a wedge technique in a curb with no chain, where she's claiming to be light as a feather. Nor is she riding in a curb. Look at the plenty of other pics on that same day. And, from 2 years ago
     
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