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  1. i think... ...your horse is B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L.! I am in love with the second picture, his face looks so sweet...and I haveta agree, the 3rd picture is amazing too: look at that stride! wowzers!! Alicia
  2. i think... ...your horse is B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L.! I am in love with the second picture, his face looks so sweet...and I haveta agree, the 3rd picture is amazing too: look at that stride! wowzers!! Alicia
  3. New pics of Ocean from today in a lesson!

    Ocean is gorgeous! She's stunning, to put it simply! You can really tell that as she begins to warm up, she's using all of her body nicely and her hindquarters are engaging nicely as well! What a beauty! She seems like she will be/is a very nice Dressage horse!
  4. Bandit Pictures, come Look!

    lol! what a cutie pie! His eyes are absolutely stunning and gorgeous! He's got personality AND he's quite the looker
  5. Bandit Pictures, come Look!

    lol! what a cutie pie! His eyes are absolutely stunning and gorgeous! He's got personality AND he's quite the looker
  6. who here does..... ??

    Does anyone here do Endurance riding, competively/competitive trail riding? Can you guys tell me some about this sport, what kind of equipment is required, what exactly you do, why you like it (personal opinions too lol). I'm completely new at the whole looking-into-competitive trail riding prospect-- you could say I'm a "show-ring" girl, lol. Thanks in advance!
  7. Critique for dressage potential

    quote: Originally posted by FionaJ: He looks nice from the pictures you have up and a 73 is a good score. The pictures are difficult angles though. With the breeding he should be a very impressive horse. Agreed. It's kind of hard to tell from that trotting picture, but with what you tell us about him and his past score and his bloodlines/ breeding I think he should do quite well in dressage but it's hard to determine from the pictures...and don't worry, as said before any horse can do dressage
  8. Pony PIctures.

    oh my goodness these ponies are all so adorable!! I <3 all of them!
  9. Dressage in other disciplines

    dressage for show jumping: leg-yield, moving over to fences, etc...
  10. Lets see those Dressage horses! :-)

    Autunmsky: That indoor arena sure looks nice and roomy! ^^ I love all your guys horses. Any more pictures of them out there?
  11. One-eyed Dressage horse?

    I'm not sure how far a one-eyed dressage horse can go: I think it depends on your bond together and his/her capability. But I think they could do fine in dressage. In fact, I knew one girl who had a blind horse (completely blind) and she did a few level 1, level 2 tests with her. They couldn't get very far in the competeive dressage world, but it was always so amazing seeing a blind horse trust her rider so much. Good luck!
  12. Haunches in, Shoulders in, Leg yields, Half Passes, Side Passes

    quote: Originally posted by smithereens_86: Turn on the forehand and haunches first, then leg yield, shoulder in, haunches in, and finally half pass was last. ~Shelly~ ditto. lol. saved me some writing
  13. Lets see those Dressage horses! :-)

    and now...for more adorable dressage horses.... Tucks!
  14. Can a Paint become a good Dressage horse?

    At lower level dressage, and even some at higher levels, paints can do dressage, and do it well. Same with just about every breed (with a few exceptions, lol). Personally, I'm not a big paint fan myself...i dont know why but for some reason I find the color distracting. This is my opinion! Please don't rat down on me lol. But by no means can a paint not do dressage. A lot are very good at it. here's an example:
  15. Critique please

    Your horse is gorgeous. I don't have time to critique right now, but I love him! Just try not to look down so much. And remember to keep your hands up like said before. But good job. **It IS amazing how he adjusted to that bit!!**