Q: I send the image of horseland polos to the memes group on Facebook... Probably should have put your cred on your post but I didn't even look to see how posted it and saved it to my phone... 😁sorrrryyyy

haha that’s fine!! made me laugh haha


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Q: what is this equestrian colours award thing? :)

Basically if you’re doing well in something (sport, subject, general academics and getting As or competing interstate you can recieve colours to stitch onto your blazer :)


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Q: since you cant upload super regularly, can you at least link us to some good youtubers we can watch aswell while waiting for your vids?

Emma uploads fairly regularly :) equine.emma1996

I’d be asking Em who to watch because I mostly watch unhorsey youtubers but heres a few:

MyEquineAddiction

CJriding

umumum I honestly have so many I know but it’s almost 1am and i’ve forgotten the names ugh 


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Q: What would u do to stop comparing yourself to other riders , and get stressed afffff:))))))

I think every rider tends to do that a bit! I would mainly just focus on what you’re doing and look at other successful riders as a ‘trainer’ (sort of), instead of competition :) Look at what they do as something you can work to achieve :)

But I have a serious problem with comparing myself too! :/


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Q: Hey, what brand is your show coat? It looks sooo comfortable!

Spooks :)


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Q: Hannah, i'm sorry but i disagree with something in your research project. after cross country, horses should not be able to drink as much as they want, it should be regulated until their heart rate and respiratory rate are back to normal.

That is fine if you disagree! I used my research for that from Phillip Dutton’s book, modern eventing :) Where he claimed that after XC, he allows the horse to drink as much as it wants, I used that information :)


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Q: I agree, like his form looks dangerously messy sometimes. His dangling messy legs could clip a jump and you both could be goners, its just worrying (this isn't hate ps)

He knows where his legs are and what he has to do to get over anything :)


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Q: god sometimes Jeri has very poor jump form

Meh he’s an eventer not a hunter and he’s one to be taught how to jump, it doesn’t come naturally to him, but his tuck has really improved like mad in the last few months


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Q: I think people should focus more on the way the horse carries the rider, instead of being all obsessed over "omg equitation" because a horse's spine is not built to carry that extra weight (since two thirds of a horse's body weight already rests on it's front legs), so riders have to engage the hind end so that the back and abs work together to lift the rider - not the other way around. But it's really annoying when people are nit-picky and expect everyone to look like in the textbooks.

Exactly! While training a horse to move correctly it’s pretty much impossible to keep perfect eq anyway…and certainly not on some horses! 


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Q: it is for real like these people do not have a grasp on what it costs to keep and train a horse from nothing. I bought a $500 arab, totally unhandled. after chiro/vets/dentists/farriers/gear/feed + the time it has taken me to get him going kindly under saddle, & the odd clinic/lesson, I have easily spent well over 10k on him. And It's not because I'm rich that I was able to do that. it all came out of weekly paychecks the same as anyone else's, & I have zero savings. horses = forever poor.

Literally yep, I don’t buy everything at once, like wow, “I like that thing, i’ll save up for it.” and then I get it, job done.


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