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Just trying to settle a discussion...are there any geriatric showjump people out there (like me) who can recall what the maximum heights were for FEI jumping back in the early 1980s when we still had Nov, C B & A grade ponies? I thought that the heights were 10cm below the hack heights, so 1.05 Nov pony, 1.15 C Grade, 1.25 B Grade and 1.35 A Grade. My friend thinks smaller, as she's sure she would never have been that brave as a teen jumping a B Grader (mainly because watching her own daughter jump 95cm makes her nervous now!)Anyone recall what the official heights were?
What kind of over trousers does everyone use for riding in the rain? I am generally a fair-weather rider but have come in with wet joddies the last couple days, yuck! Ones that I have had in past used to ride up my leg
bummer ... was talking to a fencer in Ashley Gorge who has great grass all year around but terrible clay. six of one half dozen of another isn't it? Grass and bog, or less grass and free draining. Gotta love Canterbury!!!