Monday, August 15, 2022

Tag: Thoroughbred

Persevering to Pursue Paralympic Dreams

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I discovered the sport of para dressage at age 11, when I searched the internet to see if there were riders with a disability out there, and to my pleasant surprise, there were. I watched riders like Rebecca Hart and Roxanne Trunnell give their all in the ring with their horses. I had waited 17 years for a chance to chase my dream after persistently asking my parents for lessons, and I was so excited.

Meet the Certified Instructor – Lisa Wagner

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Lisa Wagner is a USDF Certified Instructor through Second Level and has earned her USDF Bronze Medal. She has competed through Prix St Georges...

Meet the Certified Instructor – Mary Mahler

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Mary Mahler has been actively teaching, training, and competing in the dressage industry for over 30 years.  She is based in Haslet, Texas.  In...

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.

The Best Stories You May Have Missed in 2021

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By Chelsey Burris 2021 was a busy year, and in all the craziness, you may have missed some great content on YourDressage!  Here are a few...

Top 21 of ’21 – Recapping the Best Stories of the...

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By Chelsey Burris 2021 was a year unlike any other!  The COVID-19 pandemic continued to impact our lives, but many dressage shows were back and...

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...

No Limits for Shrimp

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“I love to tell people, ‘THIS is what a rescue looks like’” says Courtney, “He is the best partner I’ve ever had...I could not be luckier that fate sent him my way.”

Just Chance

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“Chance was twenty-one and, not wanting anything bad to happen to him, I bought him for the bargain price of $50.”

Versatility and Heart. My Thoroughbred Partner.

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A lifelong equestrian in Region 7 shares about how she had never had a Thoroughbred partner before, but discovered their heart and versatility was the perfect match for her.
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