|1322271927queen ||11-02-2013 12:56 PM |
Does this green horse have what it take to go to first level?
|greentree ||11-02-2013 06:43 PM |
Why couldn't she go higher than first?
|Weezilla ||11-03-2013 05:18 PM |
Ah, but dressage scores are taken very seriously these days in eventing, considering that its 1/3 of the total score and if you go double-clear in XC and Stadium, your dressage score decides your placing.
Every sound horse can do 1st level, and 2L with a reasonably competent rider. 1L is nothing more than working W-T-C with some leg yielding and lengthenings.
She is the nicest horse you've posted so far.
|Ninamebo ||11-03-2013 09:07 PM |
Totally. Or higher than 1L if you wanted.
|Skyseternalangel ||11-03-2013 09:52 PM |
I really like her build for your goals.
|DuffyDuck ||11-04-2013 10:12 AM |
Pretty much anything can do basic level.
I would be interested in seeing a video. Confo isn't everything. Sure, it darn well helps, but Hickstead had horrific confo.. but he had the heart ;)
|~*~anebel~*~ ||11-04-2013 01:02 PM |
Hickstead had great confo!! His breeding however did not scream world beater. He is just a freak of nature.
Nothing that's built poorly could withstand the schedule that Eric kept Hickstead on. Or survive a GP course and stay sound.
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|DuffyDuck ||11-05-2013 02:40 AM |
I was always lead to believe he had darn awful confo. I am no expert, but it was one of those random anomalies that just worked.
He was also refused as a stud by KWPN, and only accepted by the Holstein.. which is known for accepting pretty much anything.
|Chiquita ||11-09-2013 10:08 AM |
if you ride him right he can go as high as you train him to
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