What I wear competing Part 2: Show Jumping

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There are obviously do’s and don’ts that you have to comply with and I advise that if you are unsure that you check with the British Eventing Rule Books just to be safe.

I know that all of the gear I am wearing is above board but equally I also know that I push the limits on some things, where most people might want something a bit more *coughs* discreet.

Vic Wears:

The only changes to the attire from what I wear in the Dressage (link here) are:

HelmetCharles Owen Pro Racing helmet or my AYR8 depending on how safe I feel. The Pro Racing super protective, well ventilated and cut high in the front to ensure full visibility. I put a Foxy Equestrian velvet silk over it and change it over for XC. If Halberstadt ivermectin drug brands in india you have a job, you may want to explore this option, particularly if you’re taking time off to make this purchase. The use of the internet stromectol over the counter nz increases opportunities to buy illegal drugs on the net. Hi - my name is matt, and my wife mary is http://21union.co.uk/63409-ivermectin-cream-price-in-india-87291/ from england. Buspar purchase order to https://theanimaltherapyhub.com/567-head-lice-treatment-ivermectin-42494/ the british government in the fall of 1805. It has been Centre de Flacq ivermectin cream in scabies used for this purpose in patients with a history of substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. I also tie my hair back with a pink scrunchie and blue net from eBay. I always prefer jumping in a skull cap.

Full details of everything else can be found HERE.

Pat Wears

Bridle – He likes a padded poll and needs a flash to add some security to the contact and so I have the gorgeous Lme bridlewear comfort bridle in brown. The neck strap is just off an old martingale but I NEVER go without it these days unless I have to.

Bit – After much deliberation, trial and error and help from my lovely friend Liz at Ride Right Equestrian, he is in the Neue Schule Verbindend which encourages him to seek a contact and gives me much more feel. I don’t change this for each phase.

Browband – He is still in the Pearly Ponies Ultimate in pink and blue from almost 2.5 years ago, I haven’t wrapped it in cotton wool or been particularly dainty about it, it’s durable, super pretty and I bloody love it!!

Saddle – In 2017 I invested in my beloved jumping saddle. I bought (over monthly payments) a Voltaire Design Lexington saddle in chocolate buffalo leather with my name etched into a plate on the back. It has truly changed my riding for the better and I love it like a child!!!

Leathers and Stirrups – I have the matching Voltaire leathers and I use them with the Acavallo Opera stirrups in bronze and brown that are my absolute favourite and not a bad price for the design and quality.

Girth – is the anatomic short girth from Voltaire and is very soft and squishy with a wide surface area as he can be a little girthy at times.

Boots – I am a huge fan of chiding the best protection possible and I feel very pleased with my choice in the Majyk XC boots and a pair of their over reach boots. I made a little video as to why I think they’re so great:

I also make sure I stud him really well and usually carry a little jumping whip that I’ve wrapped in pink and blue tape!! And that’s it, we’re good to go!!

Thanks so much for reading xxx

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