#EventerProblems Vol. 192, Presented by Haygain: All Kinds of Kinds

You guys have all kinds of problems… thrown shoes, suspect distances and camels in your yard? We really don’t have an explanation for that last one, you’ll have to take it up with eventer Jules Bramucci.

The list of problems goes on and on, as you can see in this latest batch of #EventerProblems:

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Looking the part but that’s all! 💙🙈 Marley was fabulous in the dressage to achieve yet another pb and take the lead with 26.3! Followed by his first BE show jumping round of the season with no stops, unfortunately I cost us two poles by getting too deep but was so happy to have him confident and keen. We left the xc box with the same intent and flew over fence 1-3. Turned the corner to 4a, which I knew he wouldn’t love but Marley decided with the fence judge standing too close for his liking, to slam the breaks on and change down into reverse, I tried a 2nd time for the same result. On the 3rd attempt he climbed a and then b, but then would canter no more. Another awkward jump from trot over 5, then changed down to walk for 6a, knowing he would never make b I pulled up and decided to retire. Knowing when he’s had a meltdown he often will not go back to canter and it’s not rewarding for him to climb everything from nothing I thought it was the best thing to do. However since seeing the scores I’ve seen that 25% of starters on the xc has a stop at 4a so maybe I should have carried on and he would have picked up again over some more confidence giving fences. We live to fight another day and I think he thinks it was the shortest course he’s ever done and is very pleased with himself. 🙈 . . . #setfiretotherein #thehorseyadele #eventerproblems #hewantstobeadressagehorse #equestrianvlogger #maybenexttime #notourday #liveandletlive #eventer #irishsportshorse

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Tony’s ultrasound today looked great! Vet says he won’t need another unless I feel him off and is sending me a schedule to bring him back into full work under saddle!! So thankful for everyone who helped me stay sane and helped take care of him during this injury, especially @5wranch who were amazing and I know were instrumental in his recovering so nicely and quickly! #roadtorecovery #timetomakeacomeback #equestrian #eventer #eventing #eventhorse #eventers #horse #horses #horsesofinstagram #showjumping #dressage #crosscounty #eventersofinstagram #ridearacehorse #eventerproblems #equestrians #chestnut #ottb #thoroughbred #exracehorse #lifepulse #getthepulse #pulsecenters #pulsetherapy #pemftreatment #embtherapies

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So we're finally home from a rather wet West Wilts. On paper not the greatest day….however I am over the moon to have my boy back 😀 Really disappointed with his dressage score of 36 which felt like an amazing test. I'd then put him back in a snaffle for jumping as I wanted to see if he'd take me to a fence 🙈 well take he did!! We had 4 down, but at least he was keen!! He then stormed round a soggy xc course inside the time. I am so happy it's unreal. To have my boy back is the best feeling in the world. I can forgive him the 4 fences as he actually wanted to jump, just didn't give himself the bloody time to. We can now 're work the idea of brakes, but they are over rated anyway aren't they…..

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