Outback Trading, located in Oxford, Pa. is a new and exciting partner with Ryan. Since 1983, we have been building exceptional outdoor adventure apparel. Our time-tested, weather proven, Austrailian oil-skin and high-tech waterproof, breathable fabrics are perfect for Work, Recreation, Travel and Sports.
They will be providing Ryan with their newest and hottest apparel for him to wear, as well as a banner to hang on his horse trailer. Ryan will also be working with OTC on some video footage about Outback Trading and it’s apparel. Outback would like to wish Ryan and his horses and healthy, happy, wonderful year!
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Watermark Farm's rich history of breeding began in 1965, when Bill Rawle helped Al Steiert import the Hanoverian weanling colt Abundance from Germany. In the mid 1970’s Abundance moved to Watermark Farm to stand at stud for several seasons. Anne and Bill selected the finest available Thoroughbred mares and the first generation of offspring was produced. Read more on Watermark Farm's history.
According to Anne Rawle, "The American Warmblood Registry operates slightly differently from the European registries. It does not ask owners to surrender care, custody and control during any stage of the licensing process. My stallion Avebury WF just completed his lifetime licensing requirements for this registry, which took several years."
"We first presented him in hand, at liberty and free jumping. He then was granted a provisional license to breed, and was required to produce first premium (7.0 or higher) foals. He then fulfilled his final licensing requirement with my rider on the flat, over fences and cross country for the team of examiners. In this case my rider is Ryan Wood, a four star event rider based at Philip Dutton's True Prospect Farm."
Ellie and Anne Rawle also have captured some great footage of Ryan and Avebury working together:
Pictures of Ryan & Avebury WF schooling.
YouTube Footage of Ryan and Avebury enjoying their day!
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