He’s coming along nicely for a halter horse, shown hunt seat with a novice am. up. We’re still working on realy getting him big and slow at the canter.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRgphNsu_8E&feature=share&list=ULbRgphNsu_8E Here is Cowboy schooling at home in a snaffle no spurs. (For Sale)
Cowboy has about 45 days training (Including starting him under saddle) Feel free to crit. him, he’s still very green & it was his first time wearing a tail. (He is for sale!)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions asking $5,500
This is my half arab Legacy & I in our first Dressage test. Neither of us had really done a full dressage test and it was taken at his first horse trials, his first time seeing a dressage arena. He was super and besides his head being low (He’s been trained as a hunter) most of the comments were on me which was great!
This is my mare & I at the AjPHA World Show, we placed 5th in our nov. hunter class (2’6″) made finals in our youth working hunter class (3′) had a nasty fall in equitation but came back to go around some more 3′- 3’6″ fences and had two wonderful hacks! This was only her third time showing over fences and she was wonderful.
I decided after a wonderful cross country schooling two weeks ago to enter our green horse into my Pony Club’s horse trials. He had never schooled/seen a Dressage test/ring, had only seen cross country fences once before, and had never shown above cross rails! Our goal was just to try our best & have fun, both of which were achieved!
All our dressage mistakes were rider error (excluding our free walk) we had three baby refusal moments cross-country but came in well below the time going at an easy canter, we pulled one rail in show jumping but that too was rider error. He was amazing!