Monday, November 28, 2022

Tag: Breed

The Non-Traditional Dressage Horse

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August is Youth Month on YourDressage! From stories about remarkable young dressage enthusiasts across the country, to articles about some of the opportunities USDF...

Spotted: A Great Horse Story

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In The Knabstrupper Horse: Hunting for the Old Genes, Danish indie filmmaker Irene Scholten spotlights her country’s rare breed By L.A. Sokolowski Images courtesy of Irene...

50 Years of Intention

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The mighty Friesian! We are celebrating this fairytale-looking breed as our May Breed of the Month on YourDressage!  Join us all month long as...

A Sensible Horse, Indeed

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It’s easy to pick a Knabstrupper out of the crowd.  The Danish breed is an instant head-turner, featuring beautiful and unique coloring from solid...

Isn’t It Time You Rode a Trakehner?

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The President of the American Trakehner Association shares about the fascinating history of this breed, and why you should consider one for your next competition mount. By Matthew Boyd

A Tale of Three Trakehners

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This is a tale of three Trakehners. All mine, all related, and all fabulous!

Trakehner History

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By Amber Wiseman Renowned for its floating trot, the Trakehner is one of the lightest & most refined warmbloods. We are celebrating this breed as...

It’s Not Always “Easy”

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By Jennifer Hemphill Where shall my story begin with our journey together? Let’s start from the moment this beautiful mare, Easy Spirit of Garr Dell,...

Chosen By a Saddlebred

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I bought an American Saddlebred for dressage. More specifically, I bought a newly started, roughly 16 hand, 3-year-old palomino colt to gently get back into dressage… as an adult amatuer rider, who never really had much experience working with “baby” horses. However, before I get into how that’s going, I need to back up a bit and ex

Life Lessons From Patrick

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It was Sept 30, 2018. “YEEEEEOW!” The crowd screams, we’re under the bright lights, and all 22 of us are going a seeming hundred miles per hour, vying for the judges attention, nostrils flared, and feet pounding the earth. After 10 years and countless shows, this is the culmination of our career as a saddleseat team, my last saddleseat view between the ears, and boy is it bittersweet.
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