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We have FEI schoolmasters if you are interested.
Such an accomplishment! Big congratulations!
We have one. https://www.facebook.com/jennifermacneillphotography/photos/a.281352982056044.1073741898.134757856715558/281353645389311/?type=1&theater
A bit emotional and complicated mentally,...
Don't breed average mares.
The Aramis looks fabulous! And for sure try the seat shown.
We've had great luck with the Easy Boot Gloves... just get the velcro snug!
I have gone back to Stubben after starting out with Passier, and having gone through other brands in between. They have a super balance point and have NT (narrow twist) models. And the Bio-mex seat...
Check for an abcess, or thrush
Kudos to Ellie Rawle and her home bred Wakanda WF for their successful debut at Prix St. George today, with a 68+% result.
This is a several generations story, starting with me competing...
Prunes work too.
Any foreign registry will take your money.
As someone who traveled to Bermuda many times to teach Eddo Hoestra, I can only say that he offers his students a unique and methodical approach to dressage. His skills as a teacher are...
We have several (6) offspring of Dressage Royal (Donnerhall- Rubinstein) and none of them are heavy, so I have to disagree about the Heavy factor.
A friend got pink piping on her black cross country saddle. It looks fabulous.
Love my string girth. It has the right amount of "give" and doesn't cause rubs.
Ask Stephanie Gernert at Cross Road Tack in Lebanon. She should know some good instructors and barns. www.crossroadtack.com
When and where is your inspection?
Rub with hot peppers
Thanks Serious Leigh. There are lots of top quality horses in our American studbooks. Wilona WF is just one.
I know that the AWR is one of the registries most of you love to hate, so this may stir up things, but as a proud breeder AND trainer of this horse I just have to share anyway:...
Your psoas muscles need developing.
Also, open the chain hook on the off side so you can center it. Investing in a lip strap or lip chain will keep the curb chain from getting lost.
Check to see if the bradoon is hitting the upper teeth. the curb has to clear the lower ones, and ideally the bits lie one above the other, not together.
At two a youngster may not have sprouted withers, so the back could look straight or roached. Maybe when the withers pop the back will look more normal.