The Morgan as a
West Mt Casey at a Las Vegas Show
A Dressage horse should be calm, supple, and keen, and in a state of perfect understanding with its rider.
The horse must be kind, and generous in nature. He needs an eager attitude yet tractable disposition. He has to be intellegent and trusting.
His throat should be clean and his neck long and well arched. His shoulder needs to be long and sloping. His legs must be correct. His back strong and full. His tail should be high and free flowing. His gaits should be ground covering, balanced and elastic.
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