A. I had to ask myself, What on earth is ' E q u e s t r i a n V a u l t i n g ' ?
LUCKILY, the owners of the vehicle foresaw the confusion that would ensue the reading of said title/club and provided us with a decal to explain...
Oh yeah, you're right; now it makes perfect sense.
B. What I've gathered from context clues and available imagery is that this is a renegade group (cult) that may or may not kidnap you in the night, pull you up on a Clydesdale, and when you've reached galloping speeds on the horse they will lift you up and throw you off of the horse... into the air. Mercilessly.
I'm not going to lie, my palms are sweating just thinking about it.
As you know, I'm not one to jump to conclusions... but lets just say I'm not too surprised that the owner of such a sticker on their rear windshield would also have a handicap sticker nearby.
I am surprised however that the driver is even in any condition to drive and does not have a full on body cast lying on a gurney somewhere - handicap parking seems pretty optimistic to me.
Moral of the Post:
- WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD EVER COMBINE TWO "MOST LIKELY TO DISABLE AND/OR PARALYZE" SPORTS INTO ONE?
GYMNASTICS + EQUESTRIANISM + AT THE SAME TIME = SURE WAY TO DIE!
This could quite possible be the worst application of synergy known to man.
Update: This post was off the market for a while due to the amount of hate mail that I received from a certain "dance-on-top-of-horses" community. I actually even heard from one of the instructors and/or founder who was really nice - so I would definitely recommend taking classes from whoever it was if ya'll are interested.
It was just the rest of the tight knit (and google savvy) members that let me have it! But I have waited a sufficient amount of time to repost this and I believe that it has been enough time that all those involved have surely had an equestrian mishap and have most likely moved on to meet their maker. So... we're baaacckkk.