hautedeath:

ALEXANDER McQUEEN FW 11.

Hey neat.

hautedeath:

ALEXANDER McQUEEN FW 11.

Hey neat.

fastestfourfaulter:

Wow.

Wonderfully unnecessary. Yes.

fastestfourfaulter:

Wow.

Wonderfully unnecessary. Yes.

diaryofaworkingstudent:

collected-canter:

classisyours:

transperceneige:

Katrin Eckermann & FIRTH OF LORNE had two falls this week in Aachen, each time on the river jump.

The first one was during the Nations Cup, the second during the Grand Prix. Firth of Lorne sustained a sprain after his second fall, and Katrin broke her collarbone.

TWICE?! holy fuck….

In that second GIF set, I can totally see where she would have broken her left collarbone based on how she fell! That looks mighty painful…

Thanks Erin for showing me the GP tumble. Christ its so similar….wtf

You can see why I thought it was the water jump in the Nations Cup, because he put a foot the whole way in and it slipped back underneath of him. 

TERRIFIED HYPERVENTILATING.

This is what heaven looks like

This is what heaven looks like

In Ireland to ride some animals and see some shows and stuff.

A) I haven’t ridden in over 6 months?

B) living in Germany made me fat? I don’t fit in my breeches?

C) if you’re Irish, can we be friends?

Hello! I'm starting to look around at brands for a pair of custom tall boots. Just wondering what your experience is with the durability of la mundials and what materials are best since they would need to withstand riding everyday. Thanks!
Hey so La Mundials are durable as any other high end boot on the market, we also install extra inside patches to prevent wear.
Also Italian leather is standard for show jumping boots. But if you’re really worried about leather durability then we have Ecuadorian leathers that are much thicker but harder to break-in/ fit really tight/ etc.

Also we have model 98( on our website under English boots) that has no laces or seams of any sort which means that there is nothing to fray/snap etc. This is the model that I personally choose for all my boots.

The boots are also under a 1 year warrantee, which is for everything except from daily wear and tear. So zippers, sole stitching, fit, leather defects. Anything that could be the fault of the factory. If you get your foot stepped on by a studded horse shoe though, sadly that damage wouldn’t be covered under the warrantee. Same with holes from stirrup wear ( but again, we recommend having the extra inside patch installed)

I hope this is a good start of information. If you have any other questions feel free to ask me. :)

i ride in a slow twist d ring or full cheek snaffle. i have read that they are harsh bad bits. my horse is fine with it and i ride with a soft hand when i can, but sometimes he does not like to stop or bend how he needs to. what would you reccomend changing to?

Both of those bits, in my personal opinion are not harsh at all. The slow twist maybe a liiitle bit.
A full cheek is designed simply to help with steering as it puts more pressure on the outsides of the mouth. But as a whole it is not harsh.

Any bit put in to cruel hands, becomes a harsh bit. That’s my personal, general rule.

Those bits in my opinion are very acceptable.

misskatiegrace:

Hi guys,

So as a follow up to my post last night about those saddles being stolen, I have a complete list of them now. I am in the process of emailing it around to used tack stores, in case any of them end up there. If you guys could possibly take just 2 minutes and email it to any local…

Please guys, this is my barn family. It only takes a few minutes.

Looking for used Ogilvy or Shedrow half pad!

misskatiegrace:

Hey everyone. I know this is a bit of a long shot, but I am in the market for a memory foam half pad. Only problem is, after having to get my car fixed, I’m a little bit short on funds :(

If anyone is selling an Ogilvy half pad, or one of the shedrow ones, please let me know! Or if you know anyone who is looking to unload theirs. 

Thanks you guys!!!

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