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2019 Valley Ex light horse show results from Lawrencetown – Nova News Now
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Legacy Equestrian Aug 20
Did you know this? Available in many colours too 🌈
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Dave Jenkins Aug 19
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How To Dressage Aug 17
To gauge the amount of ‘grip’ you should have, imagine you are holding a bird in your hand – strong enough that you are not going to let it escape, but not so strongly that you will crush it. 
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Robson and Cowan Aug 19
Product of the Month from and this month we’re showcasing Fibre Fusion,a low starch,high oil blend of super fibres,available from our Store Check out for more information
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Dave Jenkins Aug 18
Comstock saddles up for Virginia City Rodeo and Fiesta del Charro – Carson Now
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How To Dressage Aug 15
Before you ask for a flying change, the canter must be collected and horse must be able to “sit” with lowered quarters, and you must be able to sit deep and still in the saddle.   
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How To Dressage Aug 19
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How To Dressage Aug 19
Tom Dvorak has developed a number of horses through to the Grand Prix level and represented Canada at Pan American Games, World Cups and World Championships. 
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How To Dressage Aug 18
How you get and keep your horse’s attention largely depends on the character of your horse and the cause of his lack of focus. 
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How To Dressage Aug 17
The aim of the haunches-in is to collect the pace, whether trot or canter, and to improve the balance as a progressive exercise for the advanced movements. 
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Genius Equestrian Aug 19
introduces us to his new friend Starburst and starts to see the benefits of his new found fame... click to read more..
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Dare Communications Aug 17
Dare to be BRAVE... We will be joining forces with our client to launch an exciting new initiative. Watch this space...
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How To Dressage Aug 19
Here are some top tips to help you cope with the less than perfect warm-up arena.
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How To Dressage Aug 12
If you hold your hands too high, you’ll become tense in your upper body and you may also be inclined to lean backwards. 
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