Dressage rider Alexandra Duncan of West Vancouver, B.C. embarks on the trip of a lifetime. Her first stop was in Sweden to train with Jan Brink. She has since moved on to Holland where she hopes to learn the secret to the Dutch success.
Duncan was a member of the 2006 gold medal winning Young Riders dressage team. She also earned an individual silver medal in 2007 along with gold in freestyle. Duncan is one of Canada's up and coming talents. Follow her three-year adventure as she moves her life, horse and dogs around the world to follow a dream.
Just had the horses’ feet done – great farrier, I’m really happy with his work. First class!! I now know the lay of the land. I have found a good hairdresser, a supermarket called Fresh that has all organic veggies
Just want to start this blog by apologizing the delay in between blogs. I got so busy preparing for my trip I felt like a chicken with my head cut off, with packing and cramming in as much training as
A few weeks ago, I was coaching in Arezo, Italy. What a beautiful show grounds. The place had about seven arenas. We had lovely weather and the food was to die for. It was food heaven. I’m looking forward to
This is the second video put out by Land Rover UK. They’re doing videos on each equestrian discipline, and this one gave me goose bumps .I love the analogies they use to describe what we do. “To have the mentality
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It’s been a little while since I have updated everyone. Unfortunately Vitall bumped himself getting off the truck a week before Aachen I was so disappointed!!! He had been going fantastic and I was even more excited to debut my
Vitall and I are busy putting our freestyle together for Aachen I am really excited about it. I chose music from a kids’ video game called Skylanders. My little nephew is thrilled as it’s one of his favourite games. I
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