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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 12:06 pm 
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ha ha ! she is on:
http://klassieke-dressuur.start.be

You're 'looking at' Heathers Distributor for Belgium ;)

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 12:23 pm 
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Cleaning out my favorites:
For people who are bored ;)

http://www.crucesmorillo.com/c/index.php?pageid=132
http://www.classicaldressage.co.uk/
http://nicholnl.wcp.muohio.edu/DingosBr ... oltes.html
http://www.taoofequus.com/
http://www.pferde-gestuet.de/news/Equim ... e-110.html
http://www.equinestudies.org/knowledge_base/ranger.html
http://www.letraleuven.be/arthronlgm.html
http://www.caninecaregroup.net/hclassical.htm
http://www.homeovet.nl/verzorgingsprodu ... problemen/
http://www.icreo.com/Nederl/organisatie.htm
http://www.sicab.org/
http://www.sincerita.nl/index.htm

If these people would loose their bits... this would be great...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICbUDJJtjV4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J75hWF4MiI


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 12:24 pm 
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Josepha wrote:
ha ha ! she is on:
http://klassieke-dressuur.start.be

You're 'looking at' Heathers Distributor for Belgium ;)


That is wonderful to hear :D


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it's a small world :)

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Marjorie Smith, People for peace: http://www.people-for-peace.com

At a first glance, nothing to do with horses.. really, something to consider both when communicating with horses... and with humans.
Strictly "horsemanship related" one of its pages titled "Horse sense for peacemakers".

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Anyone have any good articles, etc, on lead changes? Some horses are so easy, but two of them I am playing with are more than ready but simply don't get it. I want a softer way of intorducing it than what I typically see out there!!!

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Very cool article:
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/60739.php

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Maybe not useful, but pretty ;)
http://www.theatreducentaure.com/

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Very useful. :wink: I have never seen the movement of the legs when a horse is swimming. When I am swimming with Summy I can´t see much when I keep my eyes open under the water, because the pond is not so clean.


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www.bitloos.be

A website of my own creation about the bit or better yet...lack of a bit :)

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2007 7:33 pm 
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Wow Josepha, great website!

I'm gonna mail it to some people I know who may find it interesting. Very well explained and good to read :D


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Thank you :)

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I found a nice website:
http://www.lescuderia.com/
But I don't understand anything :lol:

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Ania: I thought it was Italian... it isn't, it's French. I read a little French and I took a look... beginning from the links, the "identity document" of any website.

Beautiful but commercial/promotional, in my opinion...

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Nothing really special, but I like the design and the title, "Kiss Dressage" :D ;)

http://www.kissdressage.com/index.html

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