Dressage On A Dime

Meet the horses of Dressage On A Dime – On A Horse For Elinor

So many horses.  So little time.  The ones below have been on my blog the most.


My Andalusian Cross mare.

Purchased as a long-term project, I backed her the winter of 2015.  She’s fun to work with, although she’s not convinced at all yet that dressage is really worth all the work…

She’s a very friendly mare who really enjoys all attention and doting on her.

dressage on a dime 2018

Elinor Yee


grey dressage horse


8-year-old Blue Roan Appaloosa.

Owned by Blue Horse farm.

Cooper, Blue Horse Farm

Training Level 2


18-year-old  Grey Polish Arab.

Shown through 3rd level dressage, now retired to an easy recreational workload.  Big fan of kids, easy trail rides, and meeting new horse friends.

Jaworzno Canter

La Prima.

8-year-old Bay American Warmblood mare.




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Dressage On A Dime

38 thoughts on “Steeds

  1. Yes, that’s Dice. He comes with me to the farm each day and has made a few little side appearances on the website in the past. Altough I keep him in the tack room when riding 🙂
    He won’t stop following in the arena, it’s a velcro dog – never leaves haha.

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  2. I knew Jaworzno when he was with his former owner Jerilu and his name was K Passa. He’s always been a gentleman. So happy to see he’s living the semi-retired life.

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    1. Well thank you! What a nice message to wake up to.
      I’d say just write what you want to talk about with a friend far away, and keep posts on the shorter side. Not too much text.
      After a while your blog will take on its own life. Stick with it 🙂

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      1. Thats awesome! Such unique names. 😉 I ride a 26-year-old named Starr. Such a sweetie. She isn’t mine, but I’m working with her for a friend. So, are you a horse owner or more then that, like a trainer, breeder, etc. ?

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        1. I try my very hardest not to be a trainer 😉 Just of my own mare, of course. And breeder, I’ll pass 🙂 Mostly, I was just like you – riding and working with other friend’s horses. 3 years ago I finally chalked it up and got my own. It’s been really fun!

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