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  1. Wiggly legs and leaning back is the "in" modern...

    Wiggly legs and leaning back is the "in" modern dressage look...

    Legs are not supposed to be wiggly, unless rider knows exactly what he/she is doing with those legs.

    Leaning back 45 degrees -...
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    I show in dressage, jumpers and eventing and I...

    I show in dressage, jumpers and eventing and I never clip my horses unless it benefits them. Meaning I body clip those who get uncomfortably hot here in Fl.
    Never clip any facial or ear hair....
  3. Reminds me of Big Lick... I hope dressage still...

    Reminds me of Big Lick...
    I hope dressage still means training. Circus is something else. Y
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    Why is the woman talking head wearing a jockey...

    Why is the woman talking head wearing a jockey vest, helmet and whip while the actual horse handler is half asleep hanging on the side of the pool?
    Other than that the pool therapy seems nice but...
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    Athletic look finally!

    There is so much fresh air in this new fall/winter season rider wear catalogs!!!
    Thank you (I am probably not allowed to name) and finally we horse riders can start presenting ourselves as athletes....
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    Wheat straw is a great bedding, keeps horses...

    Wheat straw is a great bedding, keeps horses occupied and I have never seen feed related colic at the track where horses were bedded in straw. Only the ones overindulging and getting straw bellies...
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    Poll: So what do you do with a dead horse or other...

    So what do you do with a dead horse or other livestock?
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    Poll: Dispose off - burry dead horse?

    Dispose off - burry a dead boarder horse on your property? - what would you do?
  9. Sure, have you ever been to a clinic or a show...

    Sure, have you ever been to a clinic or a show recently - in US?
    So yes, horses have their mouths tied shut, riders are asked to bend their young horse in half, I have seen self proclaimed trainers...
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    Poll: Contracting out training but wanting to show?

    Who trains and shows on their own?
    Who pays for training and shows?
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    ??? just move it from one side to the other... I...

    ??? just move it from one side to the other...
    I am sure u know but just in case:
    u move it over hand or under hand...
    or toss it...
  12. Have you guys commenting and negating the use of...

    Have you guys commenting and negating the use of the neck strap; heard of this mystery amazing tool that European riders use to be so successful?
    It is commonly used among Eastern European and south...
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    I'll try to explain: Whip held upright and as...

    I'll try to explain:
    Whip held upright and as somebody already mentioned rightly called "Sword held" means nothing more than a lazy horse being coerced to move on.
    Jockeys show their whips over...
  14. How do u push horse neck down? Question coming...

    How do u push horse neck down?
    Question coming to public forum after the famous and costly clinic attendance?
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    Peace!!! Can we? I am not trying to be rude. More...

    Peace!!! Can we? I am not trying to be rude. More power to good horses and good riders!!!
    I am old and using the online quick language like "u" speeds things up.
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    Quote: Um, do you always write like a demented...

    Quote: Um, do you always write like a demented teenager or is today just special?

    Yes I am sorry for my writing. I still do make mistakes.
    But I certainly write and read better than 80% of this...
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    Not angry. Just so disappointed. Why people do...

    Not angry. Just so disappointed.
    Why people do not ask how a particular training task was accomplished?

    It is impossible in my eyes of a long term green horse trainer to get major actually any...
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    this thread is really something. I have been...

    this thread is really something. I have been riding znd training young horses forever.
    Your object of adoration ChD probably doesnt have time to read your crap.
    She is busy riding horses.
    U...
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    Wow this thread is something. I always thought...

    Wow this thread is something. I always thought that good riding takes a good rider and good horse.
    Well I will just Go riding my OTTB doing flying changes and pirouettes and eating caviar on the...
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    Great article! The photos in this article speak...

    Great article! The photos in this article speak better than words!
    There are only 2 photos. But in 2 out of 2 the Thorougbred horses are beautifully ridden unlike what we see in majority of...
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    [QUOTE=mvp;8341773]Well, yeah. But rarely do you...

    [QUOTE=mvp;8341773]Well, yeah. But rarely do you see a horse cruise along at the trot with his nose low to the ground. And you really don't see 'em choose to canter that way.

    It is not rare. Yes...
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    Absolutely! Long and lower as offered by the...

    Absolutely! Long and lower as offered by the horse. So long and open is perfect and valuable!!!! That is my point.

    PS:
    Of course horses on pasture go long and low and getting them balanced under...
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    Good his teeth r taken care of. He should not be...

    Good his teeth r taken care of. He should not be in pain anymore but horses have a great memory and it is understood that he might anticipate the old pain and act up on the bit. Letting go of reins...
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    7 year old should not look like Ravel or Valegro....

    7 year old should not look like Ravel or Valegro. If he does but he star gazes in transitions, it means that the horse is falsely pulled in in the front and cannot balance. Is not using his hind end...
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    This is wrong. Any horse can go long and low...

    This is wrong. Any horse can go long and low naturally just grazing. No contact there obviously.
    Rider needs tu utilize this natural state to engage hind end, get the horse balance its heavy head...
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