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Appaloosas Are Stubborn

She’s pretty, that’s for sure. She’s also often a huge pain in the backside.

She does not load or tie, she often dislikes grooming, knows her name, but does not come to see you at the gate. 484 more words

Vintage Lace - Classical Dressage With a Blind Appaloosa

This blog will be about my appaloosa mare, Vintage Lace (aka Lacey), and our forays into classical dressage methods.

Lacey is a 2005 Appaloosa/Thoroughbred cross mare. 81 more words

Working Student for Bent Branderup... Part 2

From 8-24th of August I helped out as a working student at Bent Branderup’s place in Denmark. And I fell in love with a pony. 1,954 more words

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A moment in time

Today’s post is by a guest author – Rhonda Scott, my mother.  Enjoy.

There has been a lot of chatter recently, throughout social media, regarding what is or isn’t Classical Dressage.  804 more words

Coffee

Bridge Builders

Author’s note: I’ve been publishing my new book, JOYFull Horses in this blog.  This post is different.  July was packed with great training adventures.  I wanted to share, so this is a slight divergence from the JOYFull Horses posts.  2,790 more words

Clicker Training

Heidi's Strengths: She's pretty.

Heidi was advertised as 15.3. She’s maybe 14.3 on a good day. She may actually be a pony. But she’s still beautiful! She is a gray and white paint but her gray parts don’t show up unless she’s wet. 56 more words

Classical Dressage

Heidi's Strengths: She's mellow.

Heidi is super chill. When I picked her up, she got right into the trailer despite not seeing one for about 6 months. When she had a pissy attitude about being handled, she never kicked or bit or tried to push me around on the ground. 373 more words

Classical Dressage