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Date Posted: 10:45:23 05/25/10 Tue
Author: Kelsey
Subject: Training Devices
In reply to: Missy 's message, "Natural lift??" on 09:47:14 05/24/10 Mon

I think your skepticism is warranted. Obviously as you say it depends on the horse, some do have very nice natural lift that only takes a little energy to turn into very exaggerated movement. But from the sounds of it plenty of these horses have had training devices of some sort used.

The Friesian is branded as a very 'natural' horse due to the strictness of the registry rules (everything left natural-uncut feathers, mane, unweighted shoes, etc.). So I think it is true that owners or trainers who may be using these methods don't want it to be known, since that may spoil the wholesome image of the Friesian to the public.

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  • Natural Lift -- Ileana, 19:12:20 06/07/10 Mon
  • Natural Lift -- Missy, 06:15:35 06/11/10 Fri

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