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Having the best of both disciplines

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        06-29-2010, 06:12 PM
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    Green Broke
    My horse doesd both, she neck reins and (im slowly teaching her spins) and we are doing second level dressage this year (and doing well!) and she also jumps and is pretty good at going along with polocrosse. She probably wont be a very good reiner (heck, im never going to teach her sliding stops, that's so harsh on her hind legs without sliders and a proper trainer) but she is excelling in dressage really nicely. I love doing both!
         
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