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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by Frizzledhen, May 22, 2007.

  1. Frizzledhen

    Frizzledhen Spear Gunnin' Coons

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    That was unbelievable. I didn't realize that horses are so versatile. I had one growing up but we just road with the wind. Absolutely amazing performance. Thanks for sharing with us.
     
  3. Chelly

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    May 11, 2007
    Amazing - what a beauty too!
     
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    That was an amazing performance. practically flawless! [​IMG]
     
  5. jessupfamily

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    We don't own horses yet, but we were absolutely amazed!! [​IMG]
    My daughter was so thrilled, she wouldn't stop jumping up
    and down! [​IMG] Thank you for the link!!
    Amy J.
     
  6. That was quite nice. I've seen the lipizzaner stallions perform several times. Every time I am amazed. I'm assuming she is a Lipizzana? Thanks for posting that! Once I started watching I couldn't stop. Merry
     
  7. Frizzledhen

    Frizzledhen Spear Gunnin' Coons

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    Merry,
    I think they said she was a Dutch Warmblood.
    Gayle
     
  8. Thanks. I didn't hear that. Isn't she beautiful? I have a neighbor who has a Dutch Warmblood, a chestnut. He's gorgeous! Merry
     
  9. Frozen Feathers

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    That's Blue Hors Matine. I *think* she's a Danish Warmblood. What's even more amazing about her is that she is only 9, and dressage training doesn't even begin until a horse is 5 or 6 because it such a demanding sport. She makes it look soooo easy. But in reality she had to learn every step, and every bend of the leg one by one, all that while listening to her rider and keeping collected. She is at a skill level that most horses don't reach until they are in their teens or never. Such a great mare.
     
  10. Frizzledhen

    Frizzledhen Spear Gunnin' Coons

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    you are correct Angie. She is a Danish Warmblood. You are also right about the degree of training at such a young age. Magnificent!
    Gayle
     

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