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  • Mountain View Sport Horses
    Mountain View Sport Horses is located in San Luis Obispo and is owned by Jackie Ahl-Eckhaus. The farm is dedicated to breeding and training quality dressage prospects for the professional and amateur rider. Over the course of 20 years the breeding program, which began as a dream has blossomed into a reality with success in the breeding ranks of the KWPN-NA, open Sport Horse breed shows and open dressage competitions through the FEI levels. The goal is simple, find the best bred and talented stallions to pair with the farms well bred and talented mares. As a breeder, it gives Jackie great pleasure to compete and win with the horses she has bred, raised and trained. The primary focus of MVSH is breeding Dutch Warmbloods. Selecting the best dressage bloodlines through the use of frozen semen, Jackie is able to continually improve the quality. Movement, conformation and disposition are bred...
  • Katrina Sanders Classical Equitation
    Do you desire to work towards seamless transitions, perfect rhythm and precise control over your horses tempo? The process of developing advanced levels of communication is highlighted in the new disciplines of Cowboy Dressage® and Western Dressage. Designed with the western horse in mind, both organizations honor the time tested philosophies of classical dressage, keeping the physical, mental and emotional balance of the horse in the forefront of training and competition. While partnership with the horse is the desire of all riding disciplines, for Cowboy Dressage® and Western Dressage this is the central idea behind training, coaching, showing and judging. Both organizations emphasize the utilization of classical dressage principles to enhance the western horse, regardless of breed or background. Many horses who compete are also active competitors in other western disciplines and riders find that using dressage training principles improves the overall balance and quality of all work. Here are...