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Envying Generational Equestrian Wisdom

Is there something you are able to do that your mother or father or grandmother or grandfather taught you that is easy for you but hard for other people?  The first thing that comes to mind for me is pie … Continue reading

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Horsemanship with Breeding Stock 2

Being a breeder, I have many opportunities each day to put my horsemanship skills to use with breeding stock.  While I take my skills for granted, one of the horsemanship programs I study explicitly requires a higher level of skill … Continue reading

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Collecting Apollo

It occurs to me that there are three possible meanings for ‘collecting Apollo:’  1) fetching him home from somewhere, 2) harvesting his semen for breeding, and 3) asking him to assume a particular bodily frame while moving as in dressage.  … Continue reading

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