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Dressage results: Pachesham, Surrey, 13 June 2021

Image: Sally-Anne Gladysz and Orion SK produce their best to date advanced medium score of 65.29The post Dressage results: Pachesham, Surrey, 13 June 2021 appeared first on Out and About Dressage...

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Dressage results: Saddlesdane, Kent, 13 June 2021

Image: Sian Larken and Bon Bravour eight-year-old Braveheart VII score 74.12% to win the Medium 73 Qualifier Prelim 15Q Silver 1, Casado C Gillanders 71 2, Hammerwood Ritz A Brown 68 Bronze 1, Mic..

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Definitely the hottest Merrist winter dressage championships ever! Part 2

The Medium 75 gold class served up a mouth-watering array of well-ridden equine talent. It was a 'national' quality class. The high quality was maintained in the lower level gold classes, but ..

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Possibly the hottest Merrist winter dressage championships ever! Part 1

Merrist Wood, Surrey, Winter Regionals 31 May-3 June 2021This show report comes in two parts to enable as many of the exciting winners and high achievers to be included. The few spectators permitted a..

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therubbercurrycomb, The Rubber Curry Comb

Jumping Circles

I’ve recently used quite a simple layout of jumps which has been quite enlightening for those riders who have problems landing on one canter lead, or riding tight turns to a fence, akin to a jum..

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Emma Miller, PS Dressage

Lyle, Peters and Schut-Kery Earn Top Three Finishes in Final Phase of U.S. Dressage Olympic Observation Event

Wellington, Fla. – June 11, 2021 – Horse-and-rider pairs returned to the International Ring at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center on Friday evening for the second phase of observation ahea..

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Diane Followell

Why Use a Bit?

Why do you use a bit in dressage training? Some horses are ridden in bitless bridles; some are ridden with just a piece of string around their neck or nothing at all. So, what does a bit bring to your..

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