Saturday, August 13, 2022

Tag: Appaloosa

From the YourDressage Archives – An Alaskan Milestone

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It’s Throwback Thursday!  Enjoy this article from the YourDressage Archives, which was originally published in the August 2018 issue of the flipbook version of...

Persevering to Pursue Paralympic Dreams

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By Bryanna Tanase They say to never give up on the thing you can’t live without; for me, that thing is horses. Horses have always...

Where Are They Now – Goosebumps

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After a very successful dressage career, Goosebumps is now happily retired from showing. Here’s what he has been up to since his last feature!

Being in the “Spot”light

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Stryker is a great ambassador of the breed – full of heart and ever-changing color. With his color, we garnish a lot of attention at shows so he has to be on his best behavior. He can be quirky and spooky at home but at a show he really shines – he loves being in the “spot” light.

Meet the Certified Instructor – Mary Mahler

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Mary Mahler has been actively teaching, training, and competing in the dressage industry for over 30 years.  She is based in Haslet, Texas.  In...

There’s Something About Bymbeaux

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At almost 58, it has been a long, windy road, and I don't think I'd have it any other way. With Quilla and Quinn, I should be able to compete until 70, and then we'll see. I will just keep on keeping on, doing the best I can with what I have.

An “App”-solute Pleasure – Part Four

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It is an “app”-solute pleasure to feature Appaloosas as February’s Breed of the Month!  Known for both their versatility and their color, Appaloosas were first...

From Colic Survivors to the National Stage

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Someone once told me that riding “is all about the journey” and, from my experience, I can tell you that it’s the truth. The journey with my mare, Bright Design aka Piper, has had its ups and downs. To this day, I still have moments of wonder each time I get on her. How did we come this far? By Alicia Stock

X ‘Marks’ the Spot

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It has been a long journey since his injury, and yes, on occasion I wish I could retire him to pasture and get a new horse, but given the circumstances, I am content with my situation and love him dearly.

My Little Appy That Could

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Jetta means so much to me - she’s my partner, my friend, my teacher, and literally everything I never knew I needed. She expects the best of me and holds me accountable, yet she literally wraps her neck around me and uses her chin to pull me in for hugs. I don’t know what I would do without her.
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