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        02-22-2010, 01:51 AM
      #1
    Trained
    State Dressage Squad

    Well, I'm a little in shock, thrilled and also pretty bloody upset!!

    I got a letter in the post today from the equestrian federation of australia.

    For years I have been working so hard to get into the state squad. Years and years of working so incredibly hard, riding everything I can, intense lunge lessons etc, absorbing information from every port of call possible.

    And finally, after so much hard work, I have been given a place on the YR state dressage squad for 2010!!!!!!!!!! Even my coach didn't get on the squad this year!

    I am absolutely stoked, thrilled, ecstatic!!!!

    Being on the squad gives me access to international squad coaches, judging clinics etc. it is a huge honour to be selected and we have some very talented and very wealthy young riders in the state that I have been chosen ahead of. Me, short stumpy little kayty who has worked her butt off, never had a pricey, well bred and stunning moving her, never had mummy and daddy hold my hand through everything.. got placed on the state dressage squad!!!!

    We have a problem though. I currently do not have a horse, and anything that has been offered to me is no where near up to the ability to being competing elementary/medium at state level this year. SHOOT!!!!! I can't believe it, after so long and so much work I finally get in, and now I may have to reject my position. I feel like crawling under a rock and crying right about now.
         
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        02-22-2010, 02:17 AM
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    Yearling
    Thats great. My friend is aiming for that :) Contact the studs, and ask if you they have any suitable horses and in return you'll promote them or work for them. Or you may be lucky enough to find a nice owner.
         
        02-22-2010, 02:53 AM
      #3
    Trained
    Good luck to your friend It's a hard road that's for sure, I still can't believe I'm in. I've never considered myself as a rider up to the standard of competition that some of the others are at, I look at other YR's and think I'll never be that good, and then I get chosen ahead of them for the squad, I'm so stoked!!!

    Will certainly be doing a ring around to a few studs and trainers around the place to find something. It's hard though I can't work for anyone much as I'm at uni full time and have another job, as well as my art business. It would give them credibility though having a horse on the state squad and access to international trainers.
         
        02-22-2010, 07:24 AM
      #4
    Yearling
    I can think of a few warmblood studs who may be willing to help you out. I'll PM you their numbers when I get a chance.
         
        02-22-2010, 05:50 PM
      #5
    Trained
    Thanks Gidji that'd be great, I'm in SA though so they'd need to be willing to send a horse over here!
         
        02-22-2010, 05:57 PM
      #6
    Green Broke
    If you ask around, there may be a nice owner who wants their talented horse to get more experience and something like that would certianly look good on a horse's resume!
         

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