Saturday, September 24, 2022

Tag: Non-Traditional Dressage Mounts

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...

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.

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.

Apollo: God of the Dance

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By Annie Trice RCL Apollo Hancock and I started our journey in a national women's training competition in Oklahoma in 2014.  It was essentially a colt...

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,...

A Champion Over Fences and Down Centerline

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A friend had encouraged me to give eventing a try, and I knew in order to be competitive, one needed a strong dressage score. I had dabbled in hunter shows and am an avid foxhunter, so the jumping and cross country wasn't an issue—it was starting from scratch with dressage. 
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Trot Stretch Circles

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