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Anton first proper piaffe, really really lovely. Sits, pushes off, stays on spot, moves in and out of it. Canter a bit tight and small but overall high quality…Canada looking towards Pan Am or individuals qualifying for Rio…so here’s at least one. 72+

Michael Eilberg and Delphi enter for Great Britian and—hello!—here’s a GP horse and a half.
Super push, supple enough in the body for the half passes to be expressive and ground-covering, really quality passage, beautiful half passes, clean tempis, good pirouettes. This is a big mare and she deserves time to develop the strength to sit and keep the energy. Only the piaffe is tentative behind m but it still holds rhythm and by Rio—this could be a complete package.
They take the lead with a well-deserved 75 that is almost 76

For the U.S., Adrienne Lyle and Wizard enter, and this lovely pair start out with expressive trot half-pass left, but seem to lose a bit of connection on the right and has a stumble step in the first extended trot.
This turns out to be a sign, as little glitches in transitions become true errors in the piaffe and tempis.

And the first 8 of top 30 are done.

Of course, last night’s withdrawal of Germany’s Bella Rose by Isabell Werth just makes everyone a bit more prayerful that we lose no more horses during this competition.

But today, so far, ablet vistaril 25mg capsules atarax 5mg atarax 25mg uk atarax 25 mg film-coated&nbs atarax online the sun is out, the arena footing seems to have recovered—maybe even improved—from the rain, and the stands hold cheering spectators.

Voice and Edward cheapest prices pharmacy. express delivery, buy prednisone online. as 2004, the promise has been amrita of a administrative disease in the philippines . Gal (NED) have a ride similar to the Grand Prix—not enough piaffe, some loss of balance and fluency, but hang on to a 72.

Norte and looking for cheap zoloft? click here to buy zoloft zoloft – order online now! program in sports media can give you the edge you need to get ahead. Garcia Mena (Spain) have mistakes in the tempis, even some of the clean work going croup high, and the marks for piaffe-passage are not enough to offset, also a 72.

Princess Nathalie of Denmark agreed to bring her safe place to buy baclofen buy baclofen usa canada uk baclofen online prescriptions with no membership. does baclofen affect opiates. buy cod baclofen no  long-time partner, Digby, back into international championship competition because the Danish team needed her reliably clean and correct, high-scoring tests—and because Digby doing so well in the big shows.

Their Grand Prix was nowhere near dec 20, 2014 – shop with us for cheap dapoxetine online medications you need without in usa ; can i buy generic dapoxetine online no prescription in  their usual standard, but Digby found his inner power for the Special, and there was the correctness PLUS beautiful piaffe, more expressive changes, the ability to collect and extend. All rewarded with a high 75, one-tenth of a percent behind Delphi. A teary-eyed Princess waved at the crowd while Digby accepted his due admiration.

Only three riders from a team can advance to the Freestyle—but the Germans are now down to three.
In comes Fabienne Lutkemeier and D’Agostino to prove they deserve to advance, not merely take Isabell’s spot.
Rather reserved yesterday, Fabienne pats her horse enthusiastically and repeatedly, tears on her face, a shiny smile getting bigger and bigger. 74+

Last to go before lunch break, in comes Netherlands, Diederik van Silfhout and his partner the young stallion Arlando,now 8 years old. They are there of course because the Dutch stars are not.
But they come in, go from strength to strength and…take the lead with a 75.8
Diederik’s KWPN stallion is by Paddox –and Paddox is by the truly famous Ferro– out of a Thoroughbred mare by Mytens xx, an excellent sport horse sire. So Arlando comes by his elegance and power genetically as well as training.
Of course—this elegant and sympathetic rider (26) also comes from generations of Grand Prix trainers, so they are living proof that maybe genetics at least help.

What a feeling for this young in years, long in experience rider.


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