Rena watched in trepidation as the pair entered the ring. Messi was just as keyed up as usual, he was one of those horses who did not take well at being told what to do. He must be asked, in a very polite way at that, or you may find yourself on the ground. Time seemed to slow down as she watched the pair, Messi was going along well, proudly. He was a smart horse who did not take any less than all eyes on him, it's like he can sense when the crowd turn their attention to another horse, and when they do, the stallion usually decides to do something, usually incredibly embarrassing, to bask in their attention once more. Her heart nearly skipped a beat when the judge called for the canter over the loudspeaker, letting out a breath she had not know she had been holding when he picked it up seamlessly. No fireworks, no trying to dramatically flip over, this was going much better than anticipated.
Introducing some of our new horses, and appreciating some older ones!
WD High Voltage (from @Isabel-Shipper, sired by HRST Rassparo) & Rebecca Blackstone
PCRA Mockingbird (RDEC Lavatin x HRSA Mystique) & Victoria Chase
Dastan & Kia Williams, PCRA I Walk Alone & Anastasiya Rosovska
PSS Lower Than Ground (bought recently from @Katherine-Star-Ackles, PSS Alfie x PSS Latifa) & Kia Williams
PCRA Geisha (RDEC Vinterburg (RDEC Trinidad x RDEC Voccardieu) x MHS Grace (MHS Hellibrawn x RDEC Gardemarin)).
I remeber the exact moment, when Sommerregen decided not jump the wate jump.
It was one of the first bigger competions for the young & pretty green mare.
Everything was new & exiting, so it was hard for to keep controll over her.
I think, it was just to much for her, when we reach the water jump, the rain, the noises & the dangers looking water.
I tried to take her panic away but nothing worked. I feldt how her heart beated so fast & she probably thought: "Mumy please don't let me jump this dangerous thing"
After she didn't jump the obstacle I decided to end our round & give up
Born 4/16 (10 years old) | 100 points in dressage | Third Level |
KPE Animagus x Duval's Zendaya | 16.3 hh (170 cm) <-
-> Kirrawae Park proudly offers for sale our beautiful stallion KPE Armenio. This wonderfully bred boy recently returned to us from @Ellory-Clarke and has really blossomed into a well rounded dressage mount. KPE Armenio is currently competing at third level and has 100 points. He receives +12 bonus points in this discipline. He is a pleasure to have around and is a real dude. Really just a giant pony in body and in mind, you can do literally anything with this boy and all he cares about is food. He will easily make his way up the grades now and will make competitive Grand Prix mount in the future. Auction Thread
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