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Snaffles in dressage

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        09-10-2008, 06:42 PM
    Well, you can compete in dressage without doing XC but you can't compete in XC without doing dressage. So if you liked dressage better I wouldn't see the point of eventing, but that's just me.
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        09-10-2008, 06:57 PM
    That doesnt mean that we mope around the dressage arena waiting to do cross country! The point of eventing is a test of skills, strength, determination, fitness and wits. It's to test the hose and rider of the 3 diciplines. The horse has to be good at everything to do well. If people were in it for just the cross country, by now they would've made up individual cross country events.

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