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Old 2nd Apr 2009, 12:46 PM
sarahc216 sarahc216 is offline
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Local show- ridden class - what to do

Hi I have done a lot of in hand showing and I done a few ridden classes a long time ago,

Can anyone give me a good little routine that I can use for my Welsh Sect D - 27 years old,

I will be doing veterans and M & M

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