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        04-28-2011, 08:38 AM
      #91
    Trained
    *pulls out kids horse magazine with pretty pictures* don't interrupt me, I'm studying up. This dressage thing looks kind of cool, might try my hand at that :)
         
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        04-28-2011, 08:44 AM
      #92
    Trained
    Why not? They look oh so pwetty and with white leg bandages and a pwetty coat who can resist ;) Ill shutup now, can't interrupt Kayty while she is studying.....
         
        04-28-2011, 08:47 AM
      #93
    Trained
    Looks pretty easy too hey! The riders look like they're just sitting there doing nothing. Can't be hard at all!! I think I'm going to do some of that stuff with my horsey tomorrow... that trotting on the spot thingy looks pretty fancy, I might start with that. I'm guessing you just pull back on the reins and kick at the same time??
         
        04-28-2011, 10:03 AM
      #94
    Teen Forum Moderator
    Is it even worth me pointing out that I've already agreed that the stallion is NOT the right choice, that she's NOT my mare, that the stud is handled poorly? X]

    Goodness, guys.

    And Kayty, just as a note, Dressage is one of the most complicated training procedures that there are. It requires a good seat, clear signals, a sensative horse, and a LOT of practice. I agree, it looks as if the rider is just sitting onthe horse letting him do the work, but really it's no easy feat to sit a trot like that, or to direct a 20m circle without the slightest movement to the observer! =]
         
        04-28-2011, 04:13 PM
      #95
    Yearling
    I have to say the two separate breeds are beautiful in themselves, but mixed he does look like a giraffe or chicken. His small arabian head does not fit the Andalusian body. Again, it could be the mix or conformation, among many other problems. The choice is yours...
         
        04-28-2011, 04:32 PM
      #96
    Started
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    Originally Posted by Endiku    

    Goodness, guys.

    And Kayty, just as a note, Dressage is one of the most complicated training procedures that there are. It requires a good seat, clear signals, a sensative horse, and a LOT of practice. I agree, it looks as if the rider is just sitting onthe horse letting him do the work, but really it's no easy feat to sit a trot like that, or to direct a 20m circle without the slightest movement to the observer! =]

    I think Kayty was being silly and smart like a child that has no clue. Her post I think is supposed to be read with a sarcastic tone. Haha
         
        04-28-2011, 04:36 PM
      #97
    Teen Forum Moderator
    O.o totally knew that
         
        04-28-2011, 04:37 PM
      #98
    Showing
    We are going in a circle and all things necessary have been said in 10 pages! ... so I'm closing the thread.
         

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