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jaxon
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 Posted: Mon Dec 14th, 2009 04:16 am
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I have recently joined the forum and am working my way through threads of interest to me. In particular, the 'Kissing Spine' thread. I now want to read 'Whip-Like Hoof Movement' and am unable to find it. Am I missing it, or has it been removed?

Can anyone help me locate it please.

Many thanks

cj

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 Posted: Mon Dec 14th, 2009 05:59 am
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Dear CJ: Thanks for your interest in the content here, and also thanks very much for reading old threads before posting a question!

As to old threads being removed: we don't. They're all still there. But....we have exceeded the capacity of our inboard search engine. So....what you do is go over to google, click on 'advanced search', fill in the keywords you want, and also be sure to fill in the lowermost box with http://esiforum.mywowbb.com.

That ought to bring up what you want. Cheers -- Dr. Deb

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 Posted: Mon Dec 14th, 2009 10:24 pm
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Ah ha ! Found it - and many more !

Dr Deb, I can't possibly pose a question when I seem to be years behind everyone else in this forum. All my questions, to date, have been raised and addressed, some time ago.

My horse has performed this flicking movement, once or twice, and I am sad to say it was greeted with clapping from the side of the arena. I confess, I did enjoy the applause, but I also had a pebble of doubt in my gut that something didn't feel right, which is why the thread drew my attention. That pebble has grown to a rock.

Many thanks from my horse and I.

cj

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 Posted: Sat Dec 19th, 2009 06:28 pm
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Hi,
I hope it is the right place to ask about the other missing thread.
In 'What's my gait' discussion you mentioned that canter is not a 'three-beat gait' and that there was a thread about it - but I can't find it, even by google. Could someone help me?

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 Posted: Sat Dec 19th, 2009 11:08 pm
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Hi Ola,
I think this is what you're after:
http://esiforum.mywowbb.com/forum1/409-4.html

I found it by searching for 'what's my gait' in a google advanced search of the forum.

Emma.

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 Posted: Sun Dec 20th, 2009 07:57 pm
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I'm not looking for 'what's my gait' discussion, but for a thread that was mentioned there

here's some news for you that I didn't mention when you or someone else said this above. The trot is NOT a 'two-beat' gait, and the canter is NOT a 'three-beat gait.' This one you can look up, because we have already had that discussion in a previous thread. Use the search function with keywords 'three beat canter'.

I can't find it anywhere.
Anyway, thanks for reply :)

Last edited on Sun Dec 20th, 2009 08:14 pm by Ola

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 Posted: Sun Dec 20th, 2009 09:44 pm
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Oops, sorry Ola.
I can't find the thread either.
Emma.

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 Posted: Mon Dec 21st, 2009 01:38 am
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Think this one through. Beats don't only have to be when hooves hit the ground. If you are a singer, think about the beats in a measure. What happens if a note is NOT sung.


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