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  1. Janet Andrews is fantastic and also a very nice...

    Janet Andrews is fantastic and also a very nice person.
  2. My student won the First Level AA Freestyle...

    My student won the First Level AA Freestyle Championship. I found the horse for her when it was a yearling. She couldn't afford a older horse with as good a pedigree. Heather is a music teacher...
  3. BelgianWBLover, you are thinking of the Orlov...

    BelgianWBLover, you are thinking of the Orlov Trotter. The Orlov Rostopchin is a lighter horse bred originally to be a Russian officer's horse in the mid 1800s and more recently specifically for...
  4. I qualified in the Open Intermediare 2 but am not...

    I qualified in the Open Intermediare 2 but am not taking my guy due to his age. I am going though with my student who is in the First Level AA and Freestyle. Hoping for good weather!
  5. Mine is a Orlov Rostopchin, bred in Moscow.

    Mine is a Orlov Rostopchin, bred in Moscow.
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    Markel Young Horse Championships

    Can anyone post a link to the Championships? I can't seem to access them on the USEF Network.
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    I wish he would come to North Central Florida. I...

    I wish he would come to North Central Florida. I would ride with him 'in a minute'!
  8. Snaffle rein under pinkie and over index finger. ...

    Snaffle rein under pinkie and over index finger. Curb under ring finger and over middle finger. With them this way I can loosen the curb easily without changing the snaffle just by relaxing my two...
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    I am the woman who competes the, actually, 25...

    I am the woman who competes the, actually, 25 year old horse at I2 and GP on Equithrive. In April this year he was number 2 in the Adequan Horse of the Year standings at I2. It is the only joint...
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    My sister and I were there and saw both of...

    My sister and I were there and saw both of Steffen's rides. No rider was more sympathetic and quiet in their aids than he. It could have happened when Legolas spooked. The crowd was really loud...
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    The piaffe, passage, and the transitions to and...

    The piaffe, passage, and the transitions to and from are the most heavily weighted movements. If you can do those well it will go along way towards a decent score. Watch YouTube videos of good...
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    Sandra Sysojeva

    Anyone know of or have purchased a horse from her? Could you please pm me.
  13. Have several, curbs and snaffles. Have had no...

    Have several, curbs and snaffles. Have had no issues and horses go well in them. I especially like the thinner mouth pieces. No problem with sores or breakage.
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    Is it just the national tests that are changing?

    Is it just the national tests that are changing?
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    I did contact them and was told that IB scores...

    I did contact them and was told that IB scores will not count. I am way ahead of myself. I'm not even an L yet but thought while I have this wonderful horse I might as well try to earn all the...
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    Intermediate B scores

    Does anyone know whether or not scores earned at Intermediate B will count toward the S level Judges Requirements? I have my 3 GP scores and enough at IB but have never ridden the I2.
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    I have watched a clinic he taught in Texas. I...

    I have watched a clinic he taught in Texas. I thought he was entertaining and effective, and that he improved each horse and rider. He was especially good at improving piaffe and passage.
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    I am a professional trainer and have been...

    I am a professional trainer and have been supporting myself riding,training, and showing horses for the last 26 years. I am an USEA ICP Certified Instructor and a former USEA Area 3 Leading Rider. ...
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    The amount of blood was very small. The judge...

    The amount of blood was very small. The judge might have missed seeing it. I would have missed it too at the out gate had my sister not pointed it out. I was concerned about how frequently and...
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    Thank you for returning this thread to my...

    Thank you for returning this thread to my origional subject. We did stand up for the horse, my sister and I went to the out gate to see if the horse was hurt and she did talk to the TD.
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    The TD said the blood was there before he went in...

    The TD said the blood was there before he went in the ring. She did not say if she knew this by her own observation. It was on his right side and the steward might have seen it as he entered. My...
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    Thanks Flight Check, I appreciate that. The...

    Thanks Flight Check, I appreciate that. The rider was not hitting her boot. I was sitting close to S and I could hear the whip repeatedly whoosh before striking his side. He appeared to be an...
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    Yes it was during the piaffe and she hit him hard...

    Yes it was during the piaffe and she hit him hard at least that many times, in rhythm with his steps. My sister and I went to the out gate and saw the blood on his right flank as he was leaving.
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    My sister did speak to the TD. What I'm asking...

    My sister did speak to the TD. What I'm asking is why can't we define excessive. In Eventing excessive is defined as 3 times per incident and limited to specific areas. This horse was whipped 12...
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    Abusive use of the whip

    I think we need a more specific rule in Dressage limiting the use of the whip. In Eventing it is strictly defined. Why is it not so in Dressage?' I watched a horse be whipped in competition this...
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