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P is for Predictable Perturbing Percussions.



P is for Predictable Perturbing Percussions.


Pocketed phones automatically go off while owners practice advanced exercises under saddle.

Here are a few pluses. 

You can be sure the on-site horse show organizer will test the megaphone or sound system for static at full blast while you are riding solo in the indoor arena or stretching out for an in-the-saddle snooze in the sun, just outside the barn.

And the unscheduled freight train is sure to roll by and blow its whistle in the middle of a reining pattern or dressage test.

Bet your bottom dollar on it.

We’re positive.


The Mane Point is participating again in the April A to Z blogging challenge, posting daily with alphabetical entries.

For this year's A-Z event, a month of posts will offer Turfy’s A-Z Rules of Horsemanship, with all due apologies to the original Murphy of Murphy’s Law,  which basically said, "If anything can go wrong, it probably will."

Horse lovers may have heard some of these uncannily true, yet often ironic, statements in various forms in the past. Or not.

Image/s:
Reclining on horseback 
public domain photo
Turfy’s A-Z Rules of Horsemanship
Adapted from public domain clipart

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