Rising or lowering to the rider

Some competitors buy very advanced horses, then drop them down into Training Level, which is obvious to any experienced observer.  I consider this practice to be unfair to the other competitors, and one that should not rate very high with judges . . . but after a while, even these horses regress to the level of their riders.  No horse stays better than the rider on his back for very long.

Max Gabwayler

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