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  • Is 33% good in dressage

 
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    07-18-2010, 06:11 AM
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Green Broke
Dressage Results :)

I am so happy with him Compeletly stoked with how he worked. Chinga and I both rode our test liked we'd done it a million times when really I only glanced over it once. Cantered perfectly (unlike at our ODE where he DID NOT canter!). Picked up the correct leads and everything without me having too ask massively. Really nice gaits too, although he wasn't round but I wasn't focusing on this I was focusing on keeping him balanced, steady and relaxed. Overall on the first test we got 49.32% Was soo happy with this accuring too at our last dressage event (Dressage phase at ODE) we got 33% he was a complete feral..

Next test he gt massively spooked in the sand arena ( there were MILLIONS of lizards) which were like tiny and I discovered he was scared of them . This was when he took off cantering sideways and bucking.. then ran out the gate. Took him back him and got him to walk, was very nervy so I halted and left that there. I took him out into the grass warm up ring and he was excited but listened and didn't go stupid. Test was feral though, he kept trying to get out of the ring at C... naughty... Had the wrong canter lead but I managed to correct it. We managed to scrape together 44.40% - I am not sure how we managed such a good mark...

Then he would not get in the float.... not sure why, usually he loads like an angle :) Finally my coach managed to get him on.. after about 10 minutes..

Dad started the car and egh.. the float light has been on all day and the car battery is flat.. wait half an hour for people to come back to floats. Twenty minutes to find someone who has Jump Leads.. Ten minutes for this too work.. An hour later and Chinga is NOT happy (he hates the float when its not moving). Finally we get on our way and now Chinga is perfectly happy in his paddock and I am absolutly STUFFED! Great day!

Photos - Didn't get any from the first test but got some from our second test (that was feral)...


     
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    07-18-2010, 11:12 AM
  #2
Trained
Congrats on your dressage show! Great job at accomplishing your goals :)
     
    07-18-2010, 06:20 PM
  #3
Green Broke
Thankyou. I am super proud of him!
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