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All of my dressage prints are together in a printable pdf right here: http://bit.ly/dressageprints  You can order any of them on a stall sign right here:
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Side Saddle T-shirt

Side Saddle T-shirt

I have always loved watching the side saddle classes at Fall Classic (one of our big Arabian horse shows in Michigan)!    This design is based on the beautiful clothing I see at the show.  The English habits are so classy, but I think I would stick to the western classes if I had to show side saddle.  If you ride aside and have tips on how to get started or where to buy those gorgeous outfits, please leave a post on my site.  Would love to hear what you have to say.  And, considering some of the crazy things my sister and I tried with our horses, have you ever tried to ride saddle on a horse that was just not ready?  Or when you weren’t ready?  

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Dana's Doodles
Dana’s Doodles

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www.danasdoodles.com
http://www.danasdoodles.com

What is your favorite horse?  Take a moment to participate in today’s poll:

 

 

 

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Dana's Doodles Horse Art
Dana’s Doodles Horse Art

When I was in 4-H, one of my favorite classes was trail.   To practice for this competition, my sister and I made up all kinds of  crazy homemade obstacles in our backyard.   By then end of his 4-H career, my Morgan had pretty much seen it all!    My only advice for excelling at trail is to make your practice a lot harder than anything you will ever see in competition.    Of course, I never went beyond 4-H when it comes to trail, so that doesn’t make me an expert.  If you are pretty successful at trail, what are your tips?    Do you have any funny trail class mishaps?   I would love to post them on my blog!

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Dana's Doodles

Dana's Doodles

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Dana's Doodles

Dana's Doodles

 My sister and I were lucky enough to have a great horse show mom.  A city girl, she learned how to back the horse trailer, clip horse whiskers, lead nervous horses, and make the perfect horse show bun, among many other things.  In fact, by the end she was a pretty good coach, an expert used tack purchaser,  and horse show photographer!   Now that I am older, I realize just how much work and sacrifice it is for the horse show moms.  If you are or were a HSM, please participate in my poll to let me know what the hardest part was.  And, please feel to send your comments, too!  bauer.dana@gmail.com

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