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Mizzbecx

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Mizzbecx says:

Cob/Cob Type Class Rules

Hi Guys I was wondering if anyone knows whether a Section D gelding can enter a Cob/Cob Type class SWPA qualifier?

I am also entering the Welsh Section D class and the Large M&M class

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*chip*

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*chip* says:

Re: Cob/Cob Type Class Rules

it could do, as its cob type, but i know when i stewarded the judge wasnt impressed when the only 2 horses in the cob class (was a local show) where welsh cobs, i think theyre mostly for traditional or hogged animals

ride a gypsy vanner... it'll make your butt look smaller

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DianneElizabeth

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Re: Cob/Cob Type Class Rules

Big difference between traditionals and show cobs though. Should be two different classes.Love the quote - hilarious!

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*chip*

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*chip* says:

Re: Cob/Cob Type Class Rules

tell me about it...but sayin that Spangle does quite well in the cob classes in hand even though he's a hairy beast, always beat at least one show cob XD

ride a gypsy vanner... it'll make your butt look smaller

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DianneElizabeth

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Re: Cob/Cob Type Class Rules

Yea traditionals can be lovely when done properly for a show but some can have a stubborn streak. Generally though they are very reliable.

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