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Val
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Posted: Wed Aug 17th, 2011 02:23 pm
Hi Dave, are all three parts in one webinar, or do we need to sign up for three different sessions?  They are listed as part 1, part 2, and part 3 in the description, but the schedule doesn't have part numbers.

I am definitely interested, I missed a big hunk of the content because I waited til too late to download the file.  It's so worth seeing, thanks for presenting it again.

Val

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Posted: Wed Aug 17th, 2011 02:37 pm
Val,
I do it all in one. I had debated to do it in three sections but in the end decided that the real value is in presenting an overall perspective. So we explore the three main questions of saddle fit. Where to sit , How saddles work and how to sit. I of coarse go in to some detail to defend my positions. The viewer should just try to walk away with an understanding of the different positions that are taken on those three questions and then decide what is right for them.
I of course come at it from the perspective of what is right for the horse but I also try to show the influence of other perspectives on the paradigms that are out there. Although we cover some pretty heady stuff the presentation does have some fun visuals.
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Posted: Wed Aug 17th, 2011 03:07 pm
Awesome, thanks, Dave, and thanks for all this hard work.  It will be a very interesting and illuminating discussion, I am certain.

Val

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Posted: Wed Aug 17th, 2011 07:33 pm
I have changed the name to About Saddle Fit An interactive Class because webinar really doesn't explain what this is.
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Posted: Thu Aug 18th, 2011 12:05 am
You're right, it's web based, but it goes far beyond any webinar I've ever participated in. Far beyond. It much more resembles a classroom/lab scenario.
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Posted: Thu Aug 25th, 2011 08:46 pm
I will be doing the online class tonight at 7pm central time and we still have some spots open. Just click the link above to register for the class.
Val
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Posted: Thu Aug 25th, 2011 08:56 pm
Can't do it tonight, my friend, but am planning on this Sunday's offering.  Unless Irene blows us into the middle of next week!

Take care, everybody.  And thanks again, Dave.

Val

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Posted: Fri Aug 26th, 2011 04:25 pm
Dave -

Thank you so much for webseminar class - I really enjoyed it and very informative.

The analogies were great for giving me many "ah  ha" moments (desk lamps + others) along with just enough history of saddles so I could better connect the dots.

Off to experiment  with my very crooked horse - he will appreciate my new attempts at deciphering his body language. I knew he was  trying to tell me something but I had run out of guesses!  I was placing saddle too far back for sure.  Now I know if I reposition the saddle it probably will not fit but I will be able to find a closer match. I am blessed with 2 very spectacular horses and I appreciate all your dedication, along with Dr. D's, in helping us do the best for our special friends. 

 

   


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Posted: Fri Aug 26th, 2011 08:35 pm
You are very welcome glad you could make it. That desk lamp came from Deb's Anatomy class. I of course took it one more bizarre step further. I will tell you that many of paradigms presented came directly from the dissection class so if they gave you an ah ha moment you should consider the class as the dissection class takes it way beyond what we just barely touched on.
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Posted: Sun Aug 28th, 2011 04:53 pm
OK, one more question: I tried to download your content, but got a message that About The Horse content was already downloaded on my computer. I assume this must be the content I downloaded for one of your "trial" webinars that I participated in a couple months back.

Is the current content the same, or updated? Should I continue to try to download the new content?

Hope all the East Coast forum members came through Irene ok. We lost power, that's all, but the floodwaters are going to be the worst of it for those in low places, I am afraid.
Regards,
Val
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Posted: Sun Aug 28th, 2011 05:11 pm
Val,
Yes it is the same content if it was not the program would have updated it so you should be good to go.
Val
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Posted: Sun Sep 4th, 2011 05:02 pm
I am trying to log in and getting invalid registration messages.
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Posted: Sun Sep 4th, 2011 05:19 pm
Give me a call a and we will figure out what is going on
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Posted: Tue Sep 6th, 2011 02:44 am
Mr. Genadek,

Sorry to report, Fatty Patty's in Battle Ground WA has closed, so we'll not be able to take Dr. Deb there next year when she's in Yacolt WA.  

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Posted: Tue Sep 6th, 2011 02:12 pm
Another landmark bites the dust.



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