Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Tag: Region 1

See Spot Run

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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...

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...

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!

Pursuit of Perfection

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By Tai Parrish I began riding at the age of 10 when my grandparents surprised me with a week of horse camp, and I was...

My Safe Horse

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Silinde is a loudly colored horse, ridden by her plus-sized adult amateur rider – the judges remember us. Most of the time, fortunately, it is for accurately executed tests, solid training, harmony, obedience/submission, and the wonderful teamwork that we enjoy as a well matched pair.

My Blind Knabstrupper

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While Frej’s story may be considered sad, I don’t like to think of it that way. I like to think of it as a story of perseverance, determination, and love. I now hope that Frej can be an advocate for not only the Knabstrupper breed, but also for blind horses. Being blind is not the end of the road and Frej feels like he is anything but limited!

The MonarcH

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Unbeknownst to me when we arrived, I was met with our new “broodmare” who turned out instead to be a one-and-a-half-year-old stud colt, who would one day be lovingly known to me as MonarcH.

Billy Taught Me How

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But Billy’s greatest gift to me wasn’t our competition successes. Billy’s greatest gift to me was the lessons, both in horse training and in life at large.

“Pfreefall”ing in Love with Trakehners

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All those years ago, I never imagined that I’d have two wonderful Trakehners that have introduced me to some wonderful people. Both the people and the horses have made me a Trakehner fan for life.

The Right Horse Finds Us

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Coming back from a serious injury is not easy. I truly believe that horses find us, we don’t find them. He is my prince.
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What to Know About Consecutive Levels and How They Relate to...

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When it comes to preparing for dressage competition and vying for standing in award and championship programs, competitors and owners have more than their fair share of rules and regulations to be aware of and remember. One area that seems to cause some continued confusion is the definition of ‘consecutive levels’ and how that applies to both competition and Adequan®/USDF Year-End Award standings.