Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Tag: Region-2

Dressage Horse of a Different Color

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At the end of 2020, I did something I only dreamed of. I donned my first ever shadbelly and rode down centerline for my first ever FEI test. *Cue more happy tears.*

Eric’s Training Corner

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This article won the 2021 GMO Newsletter Award for a general interest article for GMOs with 175-499 members. It originally appeared in the Illinois...

On the “Virg” of Greatness

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To everyone interested in dressage with a Morgan or Morgan cross, I say go for it. They are lovely partners, often with such willingness and easy to ride gaits. A previous career doesn’t impede them from being able to succeed in their new career.

Born on the Fourth of July: A Real Americana Horse

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Indy’s value isn’t just in his performance, but in his personality. He’s gentle, level-headed, and an absolute goober.

Buy the Horse!

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Life is short. Find joy. Buy the horse. Ride the horse! By Julie Williams

From Pony Party to Wellington – My Para Equestrian Journey

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For the first time in my life, aboard Star, I could run and walk and not fear that I was going to trip and fall. At the barn, I had a place where I could be normal- a place where I belonged. By Skyler Wroblewski

Being in the “Spot”light

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Stryker is a great ambassador of the breed – full of heart and ever-changing color. With his color, we garnish a lot of attention at shows so he has to be on his best behavior. He can be quirky and spooky at home but at a show he really shines – he loves being in the “spot” light.

Leap of Faith

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By Heather Benedict This story is part of the series “Clear Eyes, Sound Mind, Halt, Salute.” Focusing on equestrian mental health, these articles come from...

Ostentatious

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: If there is one thing that Austin has taught me in the last two years, it is stay grounded. We all have that one horse that keeps us on our toes - super talented, but has a quirk or two that maybe we can’t break through to.

The Regional Championships Committee is Listening!

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By Janine Malone The USEF/USDF Regional Championship program, currently titled “Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Dressage Championships” started in 1994 and has steadily grown since...
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