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Haras Cup 2015

Wow!! The Haras folks know how to put on a show!

And I thought Vagas was a hoot. Many of you have been asking to see some new videos of Lisa riding Carbon and me riding Solferino. I finally have some new videos of the speed phases thanks to Kevin Kidder of Andalusianworld.com. This was the second annal WE championships in Magnolia Texas. Its nice that we only live about 10 minutes from there. With 88 riders battling over $100,000 worth of prizes, this was the biggest WE event to date in the USA. This sport is growing by leaps and bounds. I have two things that I am thankful for: I have a special person to share it with and being at the dawn of a new sport here in the USA. I think it is safe to say that most of the competitors were in shock about how much this venue as changed in the last year. I can’t name all the additions and changes that were made; new huge covered arena, with state of the art underground watering system to name just a couple of the huge improvements. The weather was great up until the left over of hurricane Patricia a Cat 5 storm out of Mexico came through Texas during the show. What a mess.. Even with bad weather, new construction, the biggest attendance in WE, I am extremely happy with all the hospitality and organization. Big Kudos to all the Haras folks that made this come to life. I could not be happier!!

We arrived Tuesday to acclimate the boys. It was a great decision because there was still a lot of last minute construction going on. What better way to have a training opportunity, right? You got to hand it to this sport, we make really broke horses. At Vegas Tiago (Head Haras trainer) pulled Lisa aside and invited her and Carbon to ride at the international/master level. If you know anything about Working Equitation, Masters or International level is the highest level you can achieve; its equivalent to Gand Pix of Dressage. The big difference at this level from the other levels is the expectations and a freestyle in the dressage phase. Up to this point in USA, only Iberian horses and non US citizens have competed at this level. For the last few weeks before this show, Lisa was debating whether she was ready to compete at that level. "At the last minute" a few days before the Haras Cup she finally gave in to peer presure to go for it. She would be the first female, she would have the first non Iberian horse, and she would be the first American to compete at the highest level of working equitation in the US. To say the least, it was quite the honor.. The pressure was on. She was competing against not only the best in the USA but Miguel Fonseca (the world champion from Porugal). I was so happy to see all the folks that cheered and rooted for the under dog, not that Lisa is a dog. Haha When you watch the video below, you will see the crowed egg her on. Over all I am very proud of Lisa and Carbon. She left no doubt in the minds of the audience and spectators that this is where both Carbon and she belongs. She gained the respect from the international judges and her peers. What better person could have this honor. Lisa has worked hard, it was not given to her without hard work. I knew they could do it from the first day I saw Lisa ride Carbon. 

What about Solferino? Have you ever had someone come up to you and say something nice about your childern? It makes your heart rejoice when other people acknowlaedge your hard work and take the time and show an interest in what you do. You know when you are doing something right when folks come up to you and say how nice he looks and is turned out to be a nice horse. Remember this was his first full consistent year under saddle as a 4 and 5yr old. I took him on as a project with the intent to aid in his confidence and maturity, and find him a new home. My goal with him this year was to give him a job and get him off the couch. I am really glad that we succeeded in this endeavor. We gave him time that he needed time to grow, build a work ethic, muscle, balance, and bravery. He had a lot to learn and I had a lot to learn about training Spanish horses too. This was Frat boy’s second go in the bridle one handed. We are still working through the bugs of one handed riding. I am hoping to find him a good home soon. I do not plan on riding him next year, but if I do, watch out because I will be ready to win some ribbons. He will make someone a great partner. After a year of training he has really come into his own, and we couldn't be more proud, just watch the video below and you form your own opinion. 

All-in-all it has been a big and busy year for both Lisa and I. We made lots of new friends, made lots of new memories, and ended this show season on a good note. I hope that Lisa and I have inspired you to reach higher levels in your horsemanship.. Its all in vain if we can't help others.. 
Thank you for the photos 
Kellee Campbell and Carmen Elisa Franco

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Andalusian World Cup 2015

"Wow what a show!!" In my book, up to this point this is the best horse show I have ever been to.

 What made this show special? Before I share with y'all, I would like to give thanks to the folks that made it happen. The producers Amber Lentz, and Kevin Kidder.
Family, and special friends
Jody CampbellGuy Boccia, mom John BoucherBarbara Miller PriceRebecca L Algar
A person really does not need an excuse to go to Las Vegas, but how nice it would be to use your horse as an excuse to spend a week under the lights of Vegas. This year I had the opportunity to bring two horses (Carbon and Solferino). For a young horse Solferino did a great job hauling and seeing the lights of Vegas. As far as Carbon goes, this is just another walk in the park for him (been there done it.) This year I had two other guests join me for the journey, Rebecca Algar, and my new wife Lisa Harding. I have to say that my appreciation and respect for Rebecca has grown immensely. We learn a lot about a person when you in the car with them for 2,000 miles..12027112 10203487037335980 6678536406802912607 o

This has been a transitional year for me. My focus has been on Solferino and Lisa. This last spring, I decided to let Lisa take Carbon's reins to see what would happen. Anyone can succeed if they have heart, try and given the right opportunity. As many of you know, Lisa is the official photograph for this show. Why is this important to know? Just like earlier in the year at Pin Oak, Lisa rode Carbon in the advanced class as well as took pictures, so it takes a little extra  effort to make it all work out.  Like all other shows, Carbon is pretty much a reflection of the rider, "he is what he is". If the rider rides him steady and conservatively, he will do his job just so. Many folks do not know that Lisa has had decades of riding lessons with dressage instructors. Now it was time to put her knowledge to the test.

LUCK “opportunity meets preparation” It is better to be prepared and not have an opportunity than have an opportunity and not be prepared. At this point Lisa has been riding Carbon and competing him a little less than a year with improving success. Every ride she learns more about Carbon and her strengths and weaknesses. This show was her biggest challenge because she was up against the top rider in the world (Miguel Fonseca) Mi da Fonseca of Portugal. and other top national riders. I am proud to say she held her ground and rode well and conservatively. When the dust settled, she was reserve champion.

What about me and Solferino? The pictures say a thousand words. Did you see I am riding him one handed in the romel reins?  He held his ground and did a great job. Every time I ride him he improves by leaps and bounds. He has came a long ways in 12 months. I really did not go there to win. Hopfully, in time, Frat boy will be riddin one handed in the advance levels of WE. This was his first time in the bridle. All in all he did well one handed, but like building any bridle horse correctly, it takes time and experience.  I just wanted him to have a good experience and show him off a little. 

Finally what made this show a lot of fun was seeing all my friends and family. Its not all about winning a ribbon, its the journey.. 
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WE in Giddings TX

"The Keys to Success" "Luck?"

You gotta love it here in the Northwestern Houston area, another beautiful day here in Texas. Just think 12 hours ago a strong frontal band of showers came through causing flash floods, lighting, thunder, and the threat of tornados. Texas is defiantly the place to be to watch this new sport of Working Equitation grow in the USA.  Another great opportunity for Lisa and Carbon to improve their communication, but first I would like to give a big thanks to the folks at Sandhaven Performance HorsesKellee CampbellBruce W. Menke, and Rebecca L Algar for working so hard to make this schooling event happen.

So what are the keys to success?
"Good Luck Lisa, Have a Good Ride"
 This is what Lisa heard while going into the arena to rider her tests. You got to love the spirt of encouragement at this show. All the competitors are really great. I am not a believer of fate or luck, but I believe circumstance has a lot to do with how opportunities present themselves. "Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity”. Luck isn't just about being at the right place at the right time, but also about being open to and ready for new opportunities. Lucky people generate their own good fortune via four basic principles. They are skilled at creating and noticing chance opportunities, make lucky decisions by listening to their intuition, create self-fulfilling prophesies via positive expectations, and adopt a resilient attitude that transforms bad luck into good.

So is Lisa lucky in regards to her recent success with Carbon and Working Equitation? Only by the pervious definition of lucky, let me explain: It all starts with preparation, Lisa has spent 23 dedicated years working hard with horses. She has spent countless hours on a lunge line working on balance and her seat. She has learned how a horse thinks. She has learned the importance of her aids and how to teach cues. She understands the definition of discipling and how to create opportunities to reward for good behavior. Now that the preparation was complete, what next?

2015-05-02 20.58.08Next is noticing opportunities. About a year ago Lisa noticed a well trained QH named Carbon.. She liked the way he was trained and the way he moved. By listening to her intuition she started down a road. She could tell by her powers of observations that the truth was in the behavior of the horse. Also she could tell that the horse was prepared for luck. Only one thing stood in her way for success. 

Positive expectations and adopting a resilient attitude. As soon as Lisa started down this road of self-fulling prophesy, she met up with huge amount of resistance from some of her unlucky associates. Some people did not want her to succeed. The more she probed and investigated the background and the integrity of this trainer and his horse, the more resistance and lies she encountered.  Lisa is a truth seeker and was looking for the truth, the lies just did not make sense to what she was observing. Things just did not add up in her mind. This guy and his horse were extremely different from the rest of the crowed. What made this guy different? There came a time when it was time to stop listening to all the unlucky folks and do what her heart felt was right. What are the results? Well the results are not all in yet, but the future looks bright enough to get darker sunglasses. 

What about you? Are you lucky or unlucky? Do you like where you are in your horsemanship skills. Do you peck the ground like a chicken, or walk with the turkeys, or do you want to soar with the eagles? All I can say is learn from Lisa’s example, she is truly an inspiration.

Oh did I say Lisa won another blue ribbon at the advancel level.. You go girl.. 
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"Solferino" Feudal VIII, Dam is Coqueta AK.

If you have been searching for a well-trained, kind, talented PRE gelding ... you just found him. Solferino came to me about 12 months ago because he needed some on-the-job training. Many of you know that I am a big supporter of Classical dressage as it applies to Western Dressage and Working Equitation. My belief is that working equitation is the practical application of western dressage and western dressage is the basis of working equitation. With that said, Solferino is now pretty broke and ready to go in any direction.   

Solferino TOR is a one-of-kind 5-year-old PRE gelding. Classically trained, this gelding is extremely responsive & light on the aids, with a very kind, eager disposition. He recently competed at the 2015 Andalusian World Cup in the competitive Working Equitation Intermediate Level (dressage movements comparable to 2nd level +) and placed favorably among very experienced horses. Solferino has talent to spare for professional riders and the temperament for serious amateurs. He has all the fundamentals, including outstanding walk and lateral movements, and willingly schools flying changes. Very versatile with a great mind, he is ready to excel at WE, Dressage or other disciplines. Goes Western or English. One or two hands. Pure pleasure to ride! IALHA registered. Excellent pedigree on both sides. Sire is Spanish champion import Feudal VIII, Dam is Coqueta AK. Serious inquiries only, please. Professional shipping included anywhere in lower 48 states.

Bolero Pin Oak 2015

Who is this stunning appaloosa?

Off and on for the last year I have been helping Karen Brewer with her pride and joy Balero. Balero is a half appaloosa and half Andalusian making him an Appalusian gelding. As you can imagine, he gets a lot of comments and looks. This time last year Karen watch Carbon and I ride this new sport called Working Equitation  in Katy TX at Pin Oak Charity show. She knew with a little hard work she and Balero could have a lot of fun.

A few months ago Karen asked me if I would ride Balero at the novice level at the 2015 Pin Oak Show. Well you do not have to ask me twice. The problem with the novice level is it is a huge class. I was grateful to have the opportunity to ride such a promising horse. I think this little guy has some potential. Balero showed me some brilliant moments. He showed lots of talent and courage. Keep an eye on this guy next year, he is a real looker. I look forward to riding him again in the near future.

I can't take all of the credit. Karen has done a great job schooling him through all of the obstacles. I was really pleased with his willingness to negotiate the obstacles. She truly has done her homework. 

I would like to give a special thanks to all the folks that worked so hard to make this show a success. 
Carmina Zamorano
Rafael Chavez Monzon of Haras dos Cavaleiros.
Bruce W. Menke
Linda Graham

Beth Snider
Patty Carlson
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haras-cup-2015Wow!! The Haras folks know how to put on a show! And I thought Vagas was a hoot. Many of you have been asking to see some new videos of Lisa riding Carbon and me riding Solferino. I finally have some new videos of the speed phases thanks to Kevin Kidder...
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andalusian-world-cup-2015"Wow what a show!!" In my book, up to this point this is the best horse show I have ever been to.  What made this show special? Before I share with y'all, I would like to give thanks to the folks that made it happen. The producers Amber Lentz,...
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solferino-feudal-viii-dam-is-coqueta-akIf you have been searching for a well-trained, kind, talented PRE gelding ... you just found him. Solferino came to me about 12 months ago because he needed some on-the-job training. Many of you know that I am a big supporter of Classical dressage as it...
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we-in-giddings-tx"The Keys to Success" "Luck?" You gotta love it here in the Northwestern Houston area, another beautiful day here in Texas. Just think 12 hours ago a strong frontal band of showers came through causing flash floods, lighting, thunder, and...
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boleroWho is this stunning appaloosa? Off and on for the last year I have been helping Karen Brewer with her pride and joy Balero. Balero is a half appaloosa and half Andalusian making him an Appalusian gelding. As you can imagine, he gets a lot of...
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3-4-2011 Western Dressage / Northwest Horse Expo / iPhone Apps Why have we not been more active with our NEWS section of this website?The truth is that we are focusing our attention on social media like facebook. Facebook has been a great resource in equine...
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08-13-2008A little fun showing Western Pleasure Arabs.  As you can see by the picture below, I have been spending a lot of time this year with Arabian horses. Although I have been working mainly with Arabs, I still work with other breeds. The summer is...
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6-9-2008Showmanship vs Horsemanship It is all about getting the most out of us and our horse. Wow! Show season is in full swing for many competitors that like to show off their training and their horse's abilities. There are many roads that lead to.....your...
Written on 10/03/2008, 14:50 by admin
march-10th-2008New Site on the Way!Be sure to check out my new site!
Written on 29/01/2008, 13:20 by admin
january-29th-2008Happy new year! Believe it or not, the days are getting longer and spring is around the corner.Our stallions are waiting for their new girlfriends to show up. I would like to say thank you to JMJ Stables for letting me show their Stallion Hollywood at...
Written on 14/01/2008, 12:00 by admin
11-14-2008The long awaited 13:00 minute promotional video is now complete. Until it is up-loaded to this web site you may view a shorten cut of the full video http://www.lwproductionsllc.com/randybyerdemo.htmThis is not a full version, you may email us for your...
Written on 30/11/2007, 13:25 by admin
november-30th-2007We have made an account with PayPal so you can buy our products online.You can now buy bridles and other training tools as well as pay for a clinic or put a deposit down on a clinic online. We have our own line of products and we are trying to keep the...
Written on 23/10/2007, 13:28 by admin
october-23rd-2007A couple of new things to talk about, we have added a new product line of training aids.You will find that the prices are very reasonable with quality in mind. As time goes by, we will be adding more and more items for sale. Also, we are in the process...
Written on 10/10/2007, 13:31 by admin
october-10-2007What a great Clinic Randy & Josh put on! all the riders took home dream horses. The #1 comment was "I took home a different horse than what I brought". We look forward in bringing Josh back next year. We want to give a special thanks to Mary for...
Written on 17/07/2007, 14:40 by admin
july-17th-2007Randy is now on a 5 week break and returned to Washington by request. The 4-H clinic in Spray Oregon went so well that Randy decided to donate one weekend a month to 4-H starting with July 28th 2007. This clinic will be held at his new facility in Graham...
Written on 06/06/2007, 14:42 by admin
june-06-2007Randy has signed on to do a clinic for a 4-H group in Spray Oregon on June 15th-17th. He has also signed on for private lessons with the 4-H group.
Written on 02/05/2007, 14:47 by admin
may-02-2007We are happy to announce a new partnership with Margaret Robey and Sharon Booth of Goldenrod Performances Horses in Redmond Washington.What makes this partnership so special is that they have entrusted their two horse, U.S. Freedom & U.S. Debutant,...
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