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Annie & Duncan in a show in
New York on October 11th 2008

 

Where Are They Now:

Annie, one of Sarah's first students here on Whidbey Island has moved to Chestnut Ridge which is a village in the town of Ramapo in Rockland County, NY. Annie's new barn is Ramapo Equestrian Center where she is training with Denielle Gallagher and Bertrand LeGriffon. In addition, she has now become the proud owner of Duncan van de Dwerse Hagen from Belgium. Duncan is a Hanoverian - Holsteiner cross registered as a Belgian Warmblood.

Annie wrote to us recently and told us that she'll be driving to Florida on January 2nd with her trainer. She'll be down there for 3 months while her trainer is trying to qualify for the Olympic games in 2010! Annie will be working as her groom. She will muck their horses stalls, feed them, water them, turn them out and tack up for her trainer and one of her trainers clients. Annie will have five horses to care for including her own.. She will also be showing with Duncan as much as she can. Annie says "I can't believe this is happening! It's like a dream come true!!"

Annie was in a show in New York on October 11th. Here's what Annie had to say about it... "The show on saturday went very well! He (Duncan) was such a good boy. We placed 2nd in all 3 of our classes and were reserve champion. We can do the courses really fast right now cause Duncan has the power. but when it comes to the technical aspect such as the turns we don't quite have it yet.... but they will come. the person that won the class was on this super nice stud who could turn on a dime. He looked like he'd been doing it for a looong time too."

We are all very happy and excited for Annie and how far she has come on her journey!

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