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post #1 of 184 Old 03-21-2011, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Amazing Video

Someone posted this on FB, I can't find it on youtube to share it.
Does anyone know who this horse is, or what he is?

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post #2 of 184 Old 03-21-2011, 08:38 PM
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Someone posted this on FB, I can't find it on youtube to share it.
Does anyone know who this horse is, or what he is?

Gorgeous!

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Nice tricks but not dressage.
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post #3 of 184 Old 03-21-2011, 09:00 PM
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Nice tricks but not dressage.
I'm confused by this. I understand what you're saying technically, but not literally. What is the definition of Dressage then? Is an Intro Level Walk Trot horse/rider performing Dressage but this horse isn't because he's not in a Dressage ring and performing maneuvers you wouldn't see in a Dressage ring? I know it's not technically Dressage, but it's still higher school training and Dressage is obviously the main component.

To the OP, I would bet money on this being an Andalusian/Lusitano. The very nature of his training is very Spanish, something you would see on an Andalusian/Lusitano trained to bull fight.

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post #4 of 184 Old 03-22-2011, 10:56 PM
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Great video!! I agree that it is probably an Andi, and or Lustiano, breeds that I have only dreamt of owning...gorgeous horse!! and IMO very well trained!
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I would definatly say Lusitano or an Andalusian, But im going more towards Lusitano, it seams to be some sort of Demo, not considered dressage, the girl is performing the spanish walk its a trait those horses are known for performing.
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Most of the things the horse and rider did was tricks BUT she was doing some dressage movements
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Most of the things the horse and rider did was tricks BUT she was doing some dressage movements

Just because they are dressage-like movements does not mean they ARE dressage.
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Just because they are dressage-like movements does not mean they ARE dressage.
Can you elaborate?
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i would say this is more natural horsemanship, yes there are a few dressage movements and it was incorporated with training-as with all disciplines but many of the movements, you would not see in the dressage ring. She took some dressage movements and turned them to look more like a trick.

to an extent, dressage is with in every discipline whether its western riding or hunters, its just altered to fit the needs of the discipline-obviously dressage riders do much more advanced movements then hunter riders though.

this simply is just not the pure dressage discipiline

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Ok, so im just going to explain that dressage was started years ago when the soldiers at war in there spare time taught the horses to do different movements.

The definition of dressage is the art or method of training a horse in obedience and in precision of movement.

...so really there is no specific movements for it. unless your talking about dressage shows..ect
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