Type: Posts; User: alicen
Possibly, her behavior certainly adds a new meaning to false connection.
I was wowed on the stretchy circle how she took the contact long and low ... and then she made a grab for the grass.
Right, I've always thought of hands as being very much alive.
It's probably not fair to compare Carneiros with an Olympic rider.
That's a classic. I can't believe it was 10 years ago. How to wrangle, huh?
She's the best!
I know, I know, I've posted this a gezillion times, but still: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OW_M9dQa_Zo
Thanks for the heads-up, Equibrit. Now, to re-plan my day...
Moving the leg back (unless consciously corrected) will automatically lighten the seat bones and tilt body slightly forward.
I got my passport application today!
Does anyone remember in which video Carl Hester was doing rein-back training with Charlotte Dujardin? Must have been a few years ago, at least.
Here's Werth at Aachen: ...
There's certainly something to be said for the rider relaxing, too.
Aachen schedule: http://resulting.chioaachen.de/
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OMG, that NP?
Stubben Rex 16", but I understand that they're not made anymore? I'd better condition mine right now.
You usually post videos of British riders way before the rest of us so I was worried about you.
Are you OK equibrit?
Ooh! I want to come ... although I don't suppose the 4 lbs. are worth the plane fare.
So how is what the horse can safely carry determined?
I have the opportunity to ride a super fun pony. The owner would like her to be ridden by someone weighing no more than 110 lbs.
I weigh 114 lbs, haven't eaten anything in 2 weeks and still weigh...
Cordon bleu or Julia Childs?
"Dressage is no recipe. It's an art and not science. "
"This is dressage. It IS technical. Very very technical."
Comment on a failed lengthening: "At least she thought about it."
He's put in a looong day.
Can anyone provide a link to the results?
An American Warmblood is not a breed, per se. A.S. was wondering specifically about the pony's breeding.