Dynamic Duo Does Digital, Show Photos, Dressage at Full Circle Horse Park, March 2019

Full Circle Horse Park
Pell City AL, USA
March 9, 2019
[Show Report]
Jeremy Villar Photography

Intro A: 1. A Enter Working Trot Rising
Photo by Jeremy Villar

We begin.

Intro A: 2. C Track Right
Photo by Jeremy Villar

Making his cute face. I didn’t realize Milton had a cute face. So cute that I bought the photo despite the wonky browband, which is making me nuts. I want to reach into the photo to straighten it.

Intro A: 3. A Circle right 20 meters, working trot rising
Photo by Jeremy Villar

Do I spot some outside rein being applied?

Intro A: 9. X Halt and salute
Photo by Jeremy Villar

This is the look on your face when you finish your test, pat your horse, look up, and see the judge watching you expectantly. Note to self, salute first, pat later.

Intro B: waiting for the bell
Photo by Jeremy Villar

Engage super-serious dressage mode.

Intro B: 3. E Circle left 20 meters, working trot rising I
Photo by Jeremy Villar

Milton doing nice work, despite having opinions.

Intro B: 3. E Circle left 20 meters, working trot rising II
Photo by Jeremy Villar

This is where he protested about how hard he was working.

Intro B: 6. E-H Medium Walk
Photo by Jeremy Villar

Trying to convince him that we have changed direction and will now be turning to the right. Judges comment “cld be strtr” (could be straighter). Yup.

Intro B: 9 X Halt and salute
Photo by Jeremy Villar

This time I remembered.

Intro B: Leave arena in free walk
Photo by Jeremy Villar

All done. Good boy.

Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

Categories: Dressage, Horse Shows, Horses

3 replies »

  1. Thank you so much for sharing these! Love Milton’s “cute face”.
    I have actually forgotten how to post – up with the outside leg? Not that it matters, it’s not impossible I’ll ever be on a horse again, but extremely improbable. Just hate how much I’m forgetting lately.

  2. Rise And Fall With The Leg On The Wall. I actually say this to myself during show classes.

    Photos make it more real to me as well. Which is kinda weird. Certainly helps my memory.

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