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Alison at walk.
Alison at walk, with her Anglo-Arab mare, She is my blind people, at World Championship came third, 1992.
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    My blind pupil Alison riding Tara, Anglo-Arab mare, I remember when i came to her home for the first time and wanted to lunge her, her Mom told me that she is not able to go on the lunge, she just gallops, i told her it can't be, and when i put her on the lunge i found out that it is true, and latter i maneged to resolve the problem. At World Championship at Stockholm she came third at dressage.
     
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Classical Trainer and "Healing Horses The Classical Way"
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