Monday, November 29, 2021

Tag: Off Track Thoroughbred

Thriving Thoroughbreds – Part Four

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Salute to the Thoroughbred!  This month on YourDressage, we are saluting the versatile Thoroughbred and Thoroughbred crosses of all kinds. Dressage riders who choose Thoroughbreds as...

Thriving Thoroughbreds – Part Three

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Salute to the Thoroughbred!  This month on YourDressage, we are saluting the versatile Thoroughbred and Thoroughbred crosses of all kinds. Dressage riders who choose Thoroughbreds as...

Thriving Thoroughbreds – Part Two

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Salute to the Thoroughbred!  This month on YourDressage, we are saluting the versatile Thoroughbred and Thoroughbred crosses of all kinds. Dressage riders who choose Thoroughbreds as...

Life Lessons From My Heart Breed

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My life would not have been the same without my Thoroughbreds - my heart breed. At some point the edges have become blurred, and I cannot see where their spirits end and mine begins. We have become inextricably bound together.

Without Fear

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He is my last horse and I’m his last owner. We have a bond so tight that no one is going to break it.

Meet the L Graduate – Anne Zaharias

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Anne Zaharias has earned her USDF Bronze and Silver Medals, both earned on self-trained horses. She began her professional equine career in Michigan's Upper...

Top 20 From 2020 – Trending Articles and Videos from YourDressage

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From inspiring stories of underdog horse-and-rider duos finding success in the dressage arena, to informative horse health features, articles highlighting unique and interesting breeds,...

Consider a Thoroughbred as Your Next Dressage Horse

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By Sally O’Dwyer Who knew this horse would become a great love of mine? Small and copper, George doesn’t have much chrome, just a half...

Dressage Spectator Etiquette

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By Sally O’Dwyer My officemates decided to come and watch me ride in a dressage show. I was thrilled...at first. Then, I panicked because they...

“Tru” Dressage for the Off-Track Thoroughbred

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By Lynn Stevens Can an off-track Thoroughbred make it to the upper levels of dressage? Dressage trainer Emily O’Neill thinks so, and her off-track Thoroughbred (“OTTB”) Honestly Tru has...
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