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Glencart Equestrian Centre - OFFICIAL

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Home of the Scottish Showjumping Derby
Me, Myself, and I
Glencart Equestrian Centre group has been established to connect all Glencart customers, competitors and friends in one place.
Here we will notify everyone of events, changes, news and any fun stuff that comes up - which it does, frequently.
The group is run by Hazel Moore, Glencart web developer and photographer - so there are likely to be lots of photos posted.

The group is open to anyone to join, although all comments are moderated to prevent spamming and inappropriate content as we are a family friendly group.

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  • Glencart Summer Series 2009

    Daes and schedule for this years Summer Series are now confirmed. All dates are in the events calendar at www.glencart.com and schedules can be downloaded from today.

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  • New Photo Site for Glencart Pics

    I have today launched a new website for people to buy and download pictures taken at Glencart events. The purpose of this is:
    1. People can now download the image directly and have prints made either at home or at any outlet they choose. The image is yours to use as you see fit and copy as often as you wish.
    2. There are a number of image sizes available to download starting from small files suitable for use on websites and even Bebo or emailing, to the original file size which is very large and suitable for just about anything, including very large prints or screensavers.
    3. Downloads will be available as soon as the order is paid for, so no waiting for prints to arive.

    This site is still a work in progress, but some photos are online now. Uploading is going to take some time due to the quantity and the file sizes - which are HUGE.

    Payment scan be made via Paypal. I recommend if you are placing an order that you register your details on the site as this makes notification of downloads and keeping track of your orders much more straight forward - although registration is not necessary.


    Visit www.image-ready.com , cick on the album you wish to view (there may be other albums within this). You will then be shown pages of thumbnail images. Either click on the Add to Cart link at the bottom of he image or click the image itself if you would like a larger view, then click add to cart.
    When you have chosen your image(s), click on View Cart at the top of the page. You ca now edit the image size(s) you would like to download. Sizes and prices are shown from a dropdown list.
    When you are happy with your choices, click on Proceed to Checkout. From there you will find a paypal icon on the bottom right of the page, clicking this will take you to Paypal who will process your transaction.
    Your download link is emailed and enabled as soon as we have confirmation of a successfull transaction.
    There is no need to have registered with paypal to use this method, you just need a valid credit/debit card.

    Please Note:: Dowloaded images do not have any watermarks or text.

    If anyone has any problems, just let me know. Work on this is still ongoing, so if you find a fault I'll fix it asap.

    Hope you all find this usefull.

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  • O.C.E.A.N.S - an Uncurable affliction.

    Very little is known about O.C.E.A.N Syndrome, but it is hoped that further interest can be generated from researchers involved in the equine and psychological sciences and that this outline will enable readers to begin to identify similar symptoms in their own families. As is the case of similar conditions, knowledge is power and with increased knowledge comes the ability to cope.

    Obsessive Compulsive Equine Attachment Neurosis Syndrome (O.C.E.A.N.S) is most frequently – although not exclusively – diagnosed in the female, and can manifest itself anytime from birth to extreme old age. Symptoms may appear any time and may even go dormant in the late teens, only to re-emerge in later years. A fairly typical case would initially show the syndrome in its active form for about ten years, beginning some time in mid to late childhood. Dormancy often then occurs for a varying length of time, with the syndrome reoccurring at a later date, at which time it generally become a chronic, life-long condition.

    Symptoms vary widely in both type and degree of severity. However, certain key points may be used to enable family members to make an accurate diagnosis.

    The afflicted individual:

    Can smell mouldy hay at ten paces, but can't tell whether bread has gone stale until it turns bright green

    Finds the occasional "Buck and Fart" session hugely entertaining when performed by a horse, but severely chastises her husband for similar antics

    Will spend hours cleaning and conditioning her tack, but wants to eat on paper plates so there is no washing-up

    Considers equine gaseous exhaust to be a fragrance

    Enjoys mucking out four stables twice a day, but denies that the kitchen floor needs cleaning more frequently than once a month

    Will spend an hour combing and trimming an equine mane, but wears a hat so she doesn't waste time brushing her own hair

    Will dig through manure piles daily looking for worms, but has no intention of going fishing.

    Twice a week will spend an hour scrubbing buckets and troughs, but has a problem cleaning the bath and the toilet bowl

    Will pick a horse's nose, and call it cleaning, but becomes verbally and/or physically violent when her husband picks his.

    Can sit through a four-hour session of a ground work clinic, but is unable to make it through a half-hour replay of highlights of the World Cup.

    The spouse of an afflicted individual:

    Must come to terms with the fact there is no cure. The syndrome may be genetic or caused by the inhaling of manure particles which, it has been proposed, have an adverse effect on female hormones

    Must adjust the family budget to include equine items - hay, livery, farrier services, riding boots and clothes, supplements, tack, equine masseuse and acupuncturist - as well as veterinary expenses and insurance. Once you have identified a monthly figure, never look at it again. Doing so will cause tightness in your chest, nausea and pain

    Must realize that your spouse has no control over this affliction. More often than not, she will deny a problem even exists

    Must realise that there are strong indications of a genetic component of this syndrome, especially along the female line. In other words, your children are highly likely to become victim to this syndrome.

    Must form a support group. You need to know you're not alone - and there's no shame in admitting your wife has a problem. A typical support group, for instance, involves men who truly enjoy Harley Davidsons, four-day weekends and lots of beer.

    Now you can better see how O.C.E.A.N.S. affects countless households in this country and abroad. It knows no racial, ethnic or religious boundaries. It is a syndrome that will be always be difficult to treat because those most affected are in denial and therefore, not interested in a cure.

    Diligence in research is essential in order to find information that will make it easier for the families and caretakers of the afflicted to

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  • Introductions

    Hazel by Hazel
    Glencart Equestrian Centre has been established for a number of years and in that time, many people have come and gone.
    Please introduce yourself here to allow us all to get to know one another better.
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  • luv Xnikkii

    heyy xx yuu wnt know me but i went to 1 ov thee wee shows and had a fab time and ma wee pony did so well aswell xx wil defo go to the next one xxand swiggys cafe is well tastey xx:) :)

  • luv Xnikkii

    heyy yus wnt knw mw bt i went to the wee shows and it was gr8 fun ma wee pony did well to just thought i would come and join cause i had such a gr8 time and will defo be goint o the next wee show xx liked ridin in the white sand school aswell neva done tht before xx:)

  • 'ChloeXx
    luv 'ChloeXx

    I was at the Glencart show on the 5th of July, it was GREAT fun :D

  • Craig Helm
    Craig Helm

    hey there , ive got my youngster up for sale,hes a 2 year old tb bay gelding, hes bloodtested,microchipped and reg with weatherbys hes great to work with but im not spending enough time with him, hes sound and safe great to do in all ways £800 for quick sale bebo me bk if interested thanks craig

  • Amy Hood
    luv Amy Hood

    Roly and Amy at corsliehill xc! http:/ /www.peak-photo.co.uk/index.php?light... here we are, look at this pic and the next few!

  • Kirsty-Jane Fitzsimmons
    Kirsty-Jane Fitzsimmons

    Hi there, does anyone know if Heather D has a bebo?? wb soon Kirsty xxx

  • Xshannan
    luv Xshannan

    Hii :D Last nitee was really good :) , are the pictures going on 8-) ? W'b Lovee shannan x x x

  • luv Kirsplat.

    i defo wanna come & do some show classes in the summer ;D cant atm cos my pony is lame ! come to think of it my ponies mum was a glencart for a while (: xxx

  • Nej.

    Woop :] Show On Sunday :D

  • - Becca X
    - Becca X

    can't wait til thu shows start :D x

  • Amy Hood
    luv Amy Hood

    Bathing/grooming a horse= transfering any dirt from your horse on to yourself!

  • The Incredible Mr B
    The Incredible Mr B

    Very Sorry to hear of Dino's passing. My thoughts are with Matthew and the rest of the team at this time. He'll always be in my heart and never forgotten. A joy to ride and one of the kindest and most genuine horses anyone could know. x

  • Steff Harte

    aw yeah ace i will do :) ill need to come up soon, almost 3 years since i was last up! jeeze xxx

  • luv Steff Harte

    heya steff here with crazy annabell :) still having an amazing time with her, and we seem to get closer and better everyday! sittin my trailor test in june so if i pass ill be at the summer points, woul be nice for you guys to see her again :) shes looking very swish :D got the Ingliston grand slam on sunday jumping the 90cm and 1m and if im feeling brave the puissance! coz shes been jumping like a star latley :) actually.. when do summer points start? and what else is on this year? love steff and annabell :) x

  • Xx Alannah Xx
    luv Xx Alannah Xx

    Hi its Alannah with Crystal. just wondering if any1 would be interested in buying her as i am struggling to spend time with her as i am studying to be a nurse and also have a part time job so im busy busy. you guys know whats she's capable of, with some work ov course. if u could get back to me asap, thanks x

  • Amy Hood
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  • Xx Alannah Xx
    Xx Alannah Xx

    yeah ive still got her, thats been 8 years now. shes a big sook :P havent been able to get 2 many shows tho bcoz ov the lack of transport, can you send me details of shows coming up at glencart please? i would love to bring her back and visit :d x

  • Xx Alannah Xx
    Xx Alannah Xx

    Hi, i used to have my horse up @ Glencart many years ago lol. dont know if any1 will remember me, Alannah with Crystal? its changed so much over the years lol. would come back in a minute but 2 much petrol, might come n visit @ the next show, can you send me details of shows & stuff plz? x

  • Glencart Equestrian Centre - OFFICIAL
    Glencart Equestrian Centre - OFFICIAL

    Photos of the Halloween Costume Parade are here: http://www.photoboxgallery.com/moore...

  • Kayleighblue.

    hiaa :) x aree theree any picss fromm lastt weekk ?x [i) rbk's x3