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Re: [RC] 2006 WEG Coverage - steelsidedown

I did notice that ... but wasn't sure if he wasn't appy/knab cross .....
That grey stallion was simply to drool over, such a nice proud neck, and so athletic -- made 5'6" hurdles look easy!
BUT I really would have loved to see some cute Arab ponies (tee hee, after seeing those jumpers anything under 17hh is a pony!!)  zooming  through the trails.  I must say our very own ridecamp journalists did a zillion times better with Tevis!!!!
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Sent: Monday, September 25, 2006 11:57 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] 2006 WEG Coverage

Did anyone notice the birdcatcher spots on the chestnut in the corss country phase, I believe it was from England.

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From: JANUSTUDIO@xxxxxx
Sent: Sep 25, 2006 11:29 AM
To: oknoll1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, Steelsidedown@xxxxxxx, ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [RC] 2006 WEG Coverage

In a message dated 9/25/2006 10:44:01 AM Eastern Daylight Time, oknoll1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Very disappointing...anyone out there have a contact with NBC, to voice this?

I was disappointed too...  But, looked like a Lexington, KY company put it together, and the eventing scene is a big thing here.  The Rolex is held here and I'm sure that had a lot to do with it, as they were the major advertisers.  Trying to put some Horse Park interest out there for 2010.

BTW ~ holding a 100 mile ride at the KY Horse Park is just too weird.  Riding around the pastures is really fun ~ NOT...      What a disappointment it will be for those foreign riders coming here expecting to see some 'real' American trails.

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Re: [RC] 2006 WEG Coverage, Roxanne Ciccone