Sunday, May 28, 2023

Tag: Pinto

Hope Floats

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 I had never really started a horse before, not to mention I only really started riding in my forties.  We struggled along together for a couple of years..she was always so tolerant and allowed me to learn, but I made many mistakes.  In true Gladys fashion, she did a lot of eye-rolling at my incompetence, but she always forgave me and did her best to learn what I was trying to teach both of us.

He Feels Like Home

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I want to let his incredible talent and beauty be expressed in the show ring for years to come. I hope he thrives, not only in the show ring, but in life itself.

To Fall in Love with a Giant

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I still remember walking into the barn and seeing a newly arrived American Shire named Echo Valley Nash in the stall across the aisle from my horse.  I had never seen one in person and at two years old, he was at least 16.2h and 1,500lbs.  He was black as night with a wide blaze that swept over his left eye like a dodo bird.  He had silky white feathers covering all four legs, an undocked tail as thick as the jungle, and feet the size of 7-inch dinner plates. He was absolutely majestic, and I was enamored by him.

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...
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USDF’s Original Membership Cards

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Anne Zahradnik recently shared this photo of her original USDF Membership Card - for the 1977-1978 membership year!

USEF Licensed Dressage Judge Licenses Explained

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The United States Equestrian Federation licenses dressage judges at three levels. Here we give a brief explanation of licenses, as well as requirements for judging specific classes.