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post #31 of 42 Old 06-20-2012, 09:34 PM
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Thank you! She is a 9 yr old Oldenburg mare. She is out of Sandro Hit and quite the diva horse. I love her though and she is a beautiful mover.
What's her temperament like, Jadedmare?
All of the Sandro Hits I've met, both directly by him and with him in their sire lines, have been very hot and extremely sensitive, but with outstanding paces. I've looked at a few, but just didn't want to deal with that level of sensitivity as I feel that I wouldn't be able to do the talent of the horse justice yet with my education level.
I've now got a Riverdance (Rubenstein) and a Fisherman's Friend (Fabriano) and they've both got fabulous temperaments and flamboyant paces. I am very happy with the both of them :)


This is my Rubenstein gelding, 10 years old out of a Graf Landau mare (x Gold Song)




The Fabriano is not under saddle yet (only rising 20 months) but here's a shot of him at 3 months at his Hanoverian licensing


And previous horses - the grey is Hugo, an ottb who only ended up having a few months work into him before he went unsound due to an old racing injury. And the bay is Bob, a warmblood gelding with Falkland Victory lines.



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post #32 of 42 Old 06-21-2012, 04:17 PM
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What's her temperament like, Jadedmare?
All of the Sandro Hits I've met, both directly by him and with him in their sire lines, have been very hot and extremely sensitive, but with outstanding paces. I've looked at a few, but just didn't want to deal with that level of sensitivity as I feel that I wouldn't be able to do the talent of the horse justice yet with my education level.
I've now got a Riverdance (Rubenstein) and a Fisherman's Friend (Fabriano) and they've both got fabulous temperaments and flamboyant paces. I am very happy with the both of them :)


This is my Rubenstein gelding, 10 years old out of a Graf Landau mare (x Gold Song)




The Fabriano is not under saddle yet (only rising 20 months) but here's a shot of him at 3 months at his Hanoverian licensing


And previous horses - the grey is Hugo, an ottb who only ended up having a few months work into him before he went unsound due to an old racing injury. And the bay is Bob, a warmblood gelding with Falkland Victory lines.


Your horses are beautiful! Yes many of the Sandro Hit horses are hot and super sensitive. My mare is as well and if she had not fallen into my lap due to her owner's divorce I never would have pursued buying her. It has taken me two years to really learn to ride her since I had not been riding dressage that long at the time. Dealing with her emotions away from home is a challenge but worth the effort.
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post #33 of 42 Old 06-24-2012, 01:11 PM
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post #34 of 42 Old 07-05-2012, 04:24 PM
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Me and my EMM mustang Bucephalus schooling at a show this Spring.


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post #35 of 42 Old 07-05-2012, 07:40 PM
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Do failed attempts at dressage count? Haha, I'm yet to have a single dressage lesson so we're very much a work in progress.

These are from today, sorry about the bad quality and the fact that the camera was on a slanted post.






And a trot picture:


So many talented riders on this thread! Really wishing I could ride as well as you guys
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post #36 of 42 Old 07-15-2012, 09:03 AM
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A few pictures from our recent event, we're still not there yet in terms of our dressage.
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post #37 of 42 Old 07-15-2012, 09:56 AM
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My Shire-TBX. Sorry about the poor lighting. My mother could not quite get the hang of my phone's camera.
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post #38 of 42 Old 07-15-2012, 09:56 AM
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I've not got many photos of Reeco doing dressage as we only managed to get out to 2 competitions before he ended up on box rest
Reeco is a warmblood x welsh, his warmblood lines go back to Samber, his welsh lines predominantly Llanarth and Parc lines
Here is a link to his breeding Chevet Painted Warrior. He moves like a dream but pushing him to show that movement is like cutting the wire on a bomb, it could very easily blow up in your face.

His first ever pony party, we came away with a 58.9% in an intro test which is not bad for a pony who is as sensative as he is and who had never seen whiteboards before. He was somewhat explosive so I didnt push him forwards and our marks reflected this (and the fact he felt the need to gawp at the whiteboards during the test)


This is his second every competition, where he settled beautifuly (mainly because I hacked him there and warmed him up on the way rather than subject him to a crowded warm up arena). He went forwards far better, scored 69.1% to win the class


Unfortunatly half way through the test my saddle slipped forwards so I couldnt get my leg on as effectivly as I needed to and the marks of the second half reflect that, had the 2nd half gone as well as the 1st I recon we would have been on for 80% ish
(this photo from the 2nd half)


This is Stan, he was working at medium level dressage
(warfming up for a test)


(him at a showing show as I don't have many of him doing dressage)

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So many talented riders on this thread! Really wishing I could ride as well as you guys
You'll get there eventually I'm still learning myself haha

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post #40 of 42 Old 07-15-2012, 03:33 PM
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