Dressage Radio Episode 221 – Charlotte Jorst at the FEI World Breeding Championships and USDF Fall Update

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Charlotte Jorst reports on her representation of the USA in Verden, Germany, at the FEI World Breeding Championships for Dressage Young Horses.  Plus, a USDF Fall update. Listen in…

Dressage Radio Episode 221 – Show Notes and Links:

  • Co-Hosts:  Reese Koffler-Stanfield, visit her website at Maplecrest Farm or on Facebook and Phillip Parkes of Phillip Parkes Equestrian
  • Photo Credit:  Charlotte Jorst and her 6-year-old Dutch Warmblood stallion Vitalis 
  • Guest: Charlotte Jorst and her 6-year-old Dutch Warmblood stallion Vitalis represented USA in Verden, Germany, at the FEI World Breeding Championships for Dressage Young Horses.  Visit her Facebook page.
  • Guest: Kathy Robertson and Cindy Vimont of the USDF
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Comments

  • Sara Geier said:

    Hi Reece,
    I am enjoying listening to episodes of the Dressage Radio network. I am interested in hearing about the upcoming Young Horse Symposium to be held this September in Massachusetts. I want to know more about the correct fundamental system for starting young horses. I would like to hear specifics about how often to work a three year old under saddle and how long sessions should be. My three year old is going well under saddle, but I need to know where to go from here. Would it be a good idea to let her have time off this winter? I would like to start showing her next year. I have many questions and probably your listeners will also.

    Best regards,

    Sara

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