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DRESSAGE FANATICS!!!

This is a group for all dressage people who have questions, advice, news, accomplishiments, pics, anything you want to share. Dressage rocks!!!

Location: International
Members: 276
Latest Activity: Mar 21

Dressage Fanatics

Hey Dressage Fanatics! Here you are free to share everything dressage. If you have a problem with your horse, start a discussion and see if you get any advice. If you just went to a big CDI and have some great pics, post them for all to see. You don't have to worry about being critizied for being a dressage freak. I hope everyone enjoys this group!!!
~Catherine~

Discussion Forum

Raising the bar of Dressage Culture - In Praise of a "Schoolmaster"! 1 Reply

Hello All! My name is Muriel Chestnut and I have been involved in the Equestrian - specifically Dressage - community for a very long time it seems now! - over 25 years! However, I am new to this site…Continue

Tags: Natural Horsemanship, Iberian., Schoolmaster, Dressage

Started by Muriel Chestnut. Last reply by SUSIE-SOLOMON-MABE Dec 1, 2011.

Perfect the Basics Clinic & Symposium #3 with Belinda Trussell

Perfect the Basics Clinic & Symposium #3Learn how to properly ride lateral work from Olympic and 2-time World Equestrian Games competitor Belinda Trussell!Saturday, February 19, 2011! All rider…Continue

Started by Justin Ridgewell Feb 1, 2011.

Clinic with Canadian Belinda Trussell 1 Reply

  Perfect the Basics Clinic & Symposium Serieswith Canadian Olympian / 2x WEG Team member Belinda TrussellreturnsSaturday January 22nd, 2011 !!at Oakcrest Farms Follow the link for more…Continue

Started by Justin Ridgewell. Last reply by Justin Ridgewell Jan 19, 2011.

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Comment by vickie lawson on December 15, 2013 at 12:11am

Charlotte Dejardin is coming to NZ and I have been lucky enough to be selected for 2 lessons with her!

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Comment by vickie lawson on November 3, 2012 at 5:02pm

So Catherine--- what's been happening in your shows?  All good? Not many postings lately.

Comment by vickie lawson on February 17, 2012 at 3:09am

Well Im taking a wee break from dressage showing. Training, taking lessons- Im pretty sure she is understanding the aids for flying changes! And we did some lovely 1/4 pirouette's last week too.  I have her entered in an A&P next Sat. Hope she behaves herself!!

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Comment by Mary McGuire Smith on February 7, 2012 at 7:14pm

I would be very pleased if the members here would read my blog, and comment there if you would like. The current post is titled "Are You Serious?" There are older posts about buying horses, clinic etiquette, and other dressage topics. I post to it rather often, so if you would like to be informed about new posts, click on the "join this site" button on the right. I would be honored to have you join--it is free. :-)  http://iridedressage.blogspot.com/ 

Comment by Mary McGuire Smith on February 7, 2012 at 6:58pm

That's great, Vickie!  Just so you know, everyone else hits big and small roadblocks with themselves and their horses too....even though it may not seem so. They may not be the same roadblocks, or at the same timing or pace as you, but trust me--everyone finds it difficult at some point(s)!  Dressage is simple, but it is NOT easy.  It is a long journey, so try to enjoy the successes and push through the setbacks.  

Comment by vickie lawson on February 7, 2012 at 3:46am

Thanks Ellin and Mary! I do take lessons regularly with a top coach here in NZ who is also a List 2 judge. The trouble is getting the movement in the tests. But I am happy many times with my training and progress. I just get so discouraged when I see what Im up against. Others seem to find it so easy and their horses must be doing a far better job!! But thanks for the support!!

 

Comment by Susana Rodriguez on February 7, 2012 at 3:04am

Andalusians for dressage located in Spain

From trainig level to Grand Prix; stars and prospects. We offer assesment in the purchase of your andalusian, taylor made searches and export.
www.andalusian-horse-export.com
There is an Andalusian within your budget !
Offering a son of Fuego XII (not in the webpage, private treaty) 6 years old, 4th level,getting  ready for PSG

 

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