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    Honey08 replied to the thread Injured rider.
    I’m sorry. That must sting. A lot of people are a disappointment when the crap hits the fan, I find. As you said, you’ve got to focus...
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    Honey08 replied to the thread Injured rider.
    I’m sorry you’re having such a rough time. Yes I think they ought to have visited at least once. Perhaps they feel too guilty because...
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    Good progress even after three weeks! Totally agree with MiJodhs comments regarding barefoot trimmers. Farriers are brilliant at putting...
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    Honey08 replied to the thread Lab dogs, and Beagles.
    I think someone told me they have a high tolerance for pain too. ☹️
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    Poor pony.
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    Honey08 replied to the thread Nicola Wilson Update.
    I know, I just saw that about Mary.☹️ Nicola’s progress looks good. You could see in her video of her holding her drink that she’s...
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    Honey08 replied to the thread Pictures The palomino posse.
    Gorgeous! My first pony was a palomino and I’ve always had a soft spot for them.
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    Honey08 replied to the thread Nicola Wilson Update.
    She’s quite amazing, isn’t she. Never stops smiling, I bet the nurses and doctors love her. One thing about Nicola is that she always...
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    Honey08 replied to the thread Bramham horse trials accident.
    I remember that surface- they had a BE event there one year and you had to ride down the race track to get from the lorry park to the...
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    Well no, but even if it could easily snap, you would think the momentum of the horse would push the pole away from the horse. The...
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    Honey08 replied to the thread Bramham horse trials accident.
    When I evented in Italy in the 1990s you had to do a test before you could compete. We were allowed to compete at intermediate (which...
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    Honey08 replied to the thread Bramham horse trials accident.
    It’s not that much of a freak accident if you think they used a thin piece of wood that could easily snap.. Back in the day they used...
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