Monday, November 28, 2022

Can You Succeed in Dressage Without a Warmblood?

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Meet two “nontraditional breed” horses that have trotted off with many accolades By Patti Schofler Adiah HP and Byzy After Hours didn’t get...

Wrong!

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By Carly Wolf After finding him on Craigslist, I bought Remmbrandt – Remi – for $700 as an un-started almost five-year-old, four years ago. I first...

2019 US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®: Recap and Results

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Thank You to Our Sponsors Full Results by Class From HorseShowOffice.com Perpetual Trophies 2019 Regions Cup Champions The top three scoring riders of designated divisions competed on regional teams...

Valegro: the Making of a Champion

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Before he became the most famous horse in dressage history, “Blueberry” was a horse with too much “go” and his rider had trouble sitting...

My Clinic Experience

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By Carson Richards This article won the 2020 GMO Newsletter Award for first person experience for GMOs with 175-499 members. It first appeared in the...

Small But Mighty

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A fiery Morgan gelding named Avatar’s Jazzman shows what his breed is capable of at the US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan® By Jennifer M....

Dressage or Driving: Why Not Both?

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International-level rider and driver Sara Schmitt explains how the very different sports of dressage and driving have more in common than one might think By...

A Lesson in Courage

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Quarter Horses are our YourDressage Breed of the Month for April! This breed originated in America, and is known for its athleticism and its...

Why I Love the US Dressage Finals Ruth Shirkey & Wyleigh...

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By Jennifer M. Keeler In the spring of 2010, Ruth Shirkey of Livermore, Cal. couldn’t be more excited. The Hanoverian mare Heiress B was about to foal,...

The Adventures of Andie

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By Natasha Enegren It’s like clockwork; the last Wednesday of every month, animals all around Lewiston, Idaho, are trailered to the livestock auction. Scared horses...
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