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    12-20-2009, 06:04 PM
Thanks guys :) I don't planing on doing anything above 2nd level with her, we're actually going to be doing our first test in the spring doing training level :)
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    12-20-2009, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by BurningAmber520    
Thanks guys :) I don't planing on doing anything above 2nd level with her, we're actually going to be doing our first test in the spring doing training level :)
good luck and have fun!!! (heres a little inside tip: to get a good score on your centerline, look about a meter above the judges head when your going down the centerline) it usually works
    12-20-2009, 06:20 PM
Thanks! Now I just need to find a nice (but not ridiculously expensive) used dressage saddle
    12-26-2009, 05:15 PM
I finally rememberd the name of that other dressgae barn.. Its called Glenmere Dressage. Its in chester. Maybe there lessons are cheaper then outfoxxed? Or about the same.. they are a fancy barn. So who knows.

Let me know how you make out on your search.
    12-26-2009, 06:39 PM
Originally Posted by BurningAmber520    
Thanks! Now I just need to find a nice (but not ridiculously expensive) used dressage saddle
Your mare is lovely, she'd do great for lower levels.
Just wanted to point out, unless you plan to show you don't exactly need a dressage saddle. I do dressage in my jump saddle just fine. ;] However, I am hoping to get one for my graduation present... ha ha. Good luck!
    12-26-2009, 07:49 PM
Dressage saddles will make your life so much easier in terms of finding yourself in a correct/balanced position. Jump and GP saddles force you into almost a chair seat and you need to work so much harder to get into a reasonable dressage position. You will notice a massive difference in your positions and ability to give clear aids when you get a dressage saddle- as long as it is the 'right' saddle!
    12-27-2009, 10:19 AM
^ Oh yes, well of course! Ha ha. Just saying that technically you should be able to do dressage in any saddle. :] And if you can ride well and correctly in another saddle, it'll be so nice, and easier once you do switch to a dressage saddle. (I get to ride in one occasionally, and that's what I've experienced at least.)

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