The Spanish horse in dressage can hold his own, as it has been shown in the Olympics and in a number of high level competitions all over the world. The P.R.E. Andalusians competing in dressage, present with elegance and ability in the areas of collection, piaffe and passage – areas which comprise a significant portion of the higher level dressage tests (FEI levels).
Especially in the favor of the Andalusians in dressage is the inherent temperament which permits them to handle both learning and the stresses of competition well.
The equilibrium and compression required for changes, pirouettes and the collected exercises of dressage are complementary with the spanish horse morphology, while their capacity for extensions becomes truly visible in the 6th year as the horse develops with correct training. The Spanish and Lusitano horses compete in the open horse world, against all other breeds, at all levels. There is a steadily growing number of PREs and Lusitanos presenting well in high level dressage where they are judged by International Rules, and at FEI levels.
Here in the US, a P.R.E. is a good example of FEI level presence. Under the direction of Marta Renilla, Presumido, from the training & sales facility Woodlands Equestrian Club in Houston, TX, has been ranked by the USDF (United Stated Dressage Federation) 3rd nationally for his Grand Prix Freestyle results, showing the talent and sport abilities of the breed. At only 9 years old, this stallion has also shown internationally in CDI 3*, competing against outstanding European masters. Despite their natural ability, good training makes it key to produce competitive prospects and enjoyable schoolmasters, forward going andalusians, with soundly established basics. More and more often, Dressage riders are realizing the ability of our breed and choose them to become their companion in the arena and as well as on the ground.
For more information on how to find Dressage Andalusians (from novice to FEI levels, visit Marta Renilla’s training & sales facility in Houston: www.WoodlandsEquestrianClub.com
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Marta Renilla & P.R.E. Presumido competing Grand Prix at the CDI 3* in Lexington. Summer 2012
The Woodlands, TX – Woodlands Equestrian Club will be performing a horse exhibition based on the internationally acclaimed show “Cómo Bailan los Caballos Andaluces¨ by The Royal School of Equestrian Arts of Jerez, Spain (www.realescuela.org). The event will take place on December 10th 2:30-4:30 p.m., at Woodlands Equestrian Club located at 10422 Hufsmith Road, equidistant between The Woodlands and Tomball.
This special presentation will also include the Welcome of recognized Grand Prix Jumper Daniel Bedoya who will awe us with a Grand Prix performance and will answer questions regarding the sport and his training.
International Grand Prix Dressage Marta Renilla, ranked 3rd in the nation for her Grand Prix results will perform for The Woodlands public some outstanding maneuvers.
Look out for the Q&A, complementary pony rides and the Flamenco performance that will take place at The Club, the newest tennis club in the area, who will generously provide a glass of wine to all the exhibition guests, at 5 p.m.
For more information about the exhibition, sponsorship, collaboration, and volunteer opportunities, please call 713-373-7543, or email firstname.lastname@example.org Please also visit http://www.woodlandsequestrianclub.com for more info.
Event’s flyer: http://www.woodlandsequestrianclub.com/docs/WECFlyer10Dic.pdf
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Excellent news for The Pure Spanish Breed (P.R.E.) in USA! During the weekend
Marta Renilla before entering the competition arena this past weekend
of September 17-18, the Dressage Director and General Manager of Woodlands Equestrian Club, Marta Renilla, competed 2 P.R.E. stallions. The outstanding Viviano III in Intermediate I, obtaining the score 69,75%. And the talented 8 year-old Presumido, with a score of 74,75% in the Grand Prix Freestyle! See video here. Once again, our breed shows an enormous sport talent besides its versatility. Marta Renilla will compete in the Region 9 Final Championships on the first weekend of November. We will be on the outlook for their success! We would like to remind you that Ms. Renilla will give The Foundation Clinic: “Do Better Dressage with Marta Renilla” on October 22nd and 23rd in Northern Houston. More info here.
¡Excelentes noticias para el Pura Raza Español en EE.UU.! Durante el fin de semana del 17 y 18 de septiembre, la directora de doma clásica y directora ejecutiva de Woodlands Equestrian Club
, Marta Renilla, compitió dos garañones españoles: El impresionante Viviano III en Intermediate I, consiguiendo medias del 69,75 %; Y el talentoso ejemplar de 8 años, Presumido, en la prueba de Gran Premio Freestyle con medias del 74,75%!! Vea el video aquí.
Una vez más, nuestra raza da muestras de su enorme talento deportivo, además de su belleza y versatilidad. Marta Renilla competirá a ambos caballos en Gran Premio e Intermediate I en la final de la región 9 el primer fin de semana de noviembre. ¡Estaremos pendientes de su exitoso resultado! Les recordamos que el 22 y 23 de octubre la Sta. Renilla dará el clinic de La Fundación¨Do Better Dressage with Marta. Renilla¨ en el norte de Houston. Más información aquí.
For questions/comments please contact Ana Renilla: firstname.lastname@example.org / 713 373 7543