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    Philosophy...

    I believe in classic Training. The results speak for the effectiveness of the training: successful, happy, sound horses that keep improving and progressing up the levels. The goal is great scores in the big competition rings, or for clients that don\'t care to show, the satisfaction of riding a happy well-trained horse. -Shannon Dueck

  • The best theme ever

    Philosophy...

    I believe in classic Training. The results speak for the effectiveness of the training: successful, happy, sound horses that keep improving and progressing up the levels. The goal is great scores in the big competition rings, or for clients that don\'t care to show, the satisfaction of riding a happy well-trained horse. -Shannon Dueck

  • The best theme ever

    Philosophy...

    I believe in classic Training. The results speak for the effectiveness of the training: successful, happy, sound horses that keep improving and progressing up the levels. The goal is great scores in the big competition rings, or for clients that don\'t care to show, the satisfaction of riding a happy well-trained horse. -Shannon Dueck

  • The best theme ever

    Philosophy...

    I believe in classic Training. The results speak for the effectiveness of the training: successful, happy, sound horses that keep improving and progressing up the levels. The goal is great scores in the big competition rings, or for clients that don\'t care to show, the satisfaction of riding a happy well-trained horse. -Shannon Dueck

  • The best theme ever

    Philosophy

    I believe in classic Training. The results speak for the effectiveness of the training: successful, happy, sound horses that keep improving and progressing up the levels. The goal is great scores in the big competition rings, or for clients that don\'t care to show, the satisfaction of riding a happy well-trained horse. -Shannon Dueck

 

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SDWDNewsAnn-Louise Cook Presents Shannon Dueck with People’s Choice Award at the 2015 Adequan Global Dressage Festival

Wellington, FL (January 30, 2015)— The third week of the 2015 Adequan Global Dressage Festival, which ran January 22-25 in Wellington, Florida, was the largest competition that the show series has ever hosted. With a sixty-one percent increase in international rider combinations and a twelve percent increase in national competition entries from week one, week three of the competition was a truly spectacular week — and one that holds special significance for international dressage rider Shannon Dueck. Dueck became the most recent winner of Ann-Louise Cook’s People’s Choice Award.

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Recent Show Results

ESP Summer Dressage - July 26/27
Allegro II debuts at PSG - He was stellar with a 68.816 and a 70.658 for his first try at the level.

HITS in Saugerties - August 14-17
Allegro II won both his PSG classes with a 69.671 and a 71.382.
Cantaris returned to the show ring to win all three of his classes:
• PSG - 68.947
• Intermediate 1 - 68.864
• Intermediate 1 FS - 72.875

Serpico (a young horse with a huge future) went down centerline for the first time - receiving a super score of 74.6 at Third Level and garnering two 9's.

Steeped in Luck (Eamon) a fabulous Irish Sport Horse Stallion received a great score of 66.643 at Intermediate B.

Shannon's Students' Highlights
At the HITS CDI***

Susanne Hamilton and Lord Locksley were stunning in the GP and the GPFS with almost 69%.

Shannon and Cantaris Intermediate 1 at Global Dressage Festival CDI 7:

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