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Date Posted: 08:05:47 09/23/10 Thu
Author: Amerins
Subject: Missy
In reply to: Missy 's message, "Natural lift/Tweespan" on 08:09:05 09/21/10 Tue


Yes, I am sad for all those horse that are trained like that. Whatever happened to plain old dressage, to teach them collection?? That way they will move more pronounced, but it will be because they are stronger behind, not because someone thought them to fling their legs around...

Sorry, not trying to be all negative. There are some very good trainers over here too. I just didn't "grow up" with saddleseat, so I guess it is hard to understand for me why people put their horses through that sort of "stuff"...

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