RKC Dressage horses

SS Babylon

Grand Marquis

SS Babylon

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AKA "BABY" is a 8 yr old TB/Paint mare that was actually a oopsie daisy. A TB stallion jumped the fence and bred Ralea's paint mare. Ralea didn't even know her mare Cotton was Pregnant until she was looking rather big then fat. Behold a cute little leggy filly popped out, who was very babyish. Baby has turned into an incredible and talented mare that has impressed many and gone beyond all expectation. She not only scored 70% in her FEI 5 yr old Young horse test, the American Warmblood Society was so impressed with her they gave her AWS papers and mare approval. She is currently training most the Grand Prix Movements and has turned into a powerhouse, fun and incredibly talented partner. Ralea is hoping to achieve her Gold medal on her and Plans to show her PSG and I1 this year

She is currently for sale so click the link to find out more

Gatienne T

Grand Marquis

SS Babylon

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Gatienne is a 6 yr old 17.3 h Holstiener mare. Ralea states "It took me my whole life to get a horse this nice, she has been a challenge but she will be brilliant". Ralea hopes this is her future Grand Prix mount and she will be quality enough to hopefullly qualify for the US Team one day. Ralea and a friend partnered together and bought Gatienne as a two year old after her stallion passed away. She was waiting for her last foal to be born out of a beautiful black Oldenburg mare, to find out she had a false pregnancy. Ralea was devastated and lost not Only her Stallion, but now any chances of his legacy were gone. Gatienne became her saving grace and she looks forward to the day she goes down centerline in a CDI with her!

Grand Marquis

Grand Marquis

Grand Marquis

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Marquies is 17 h hand Holstiener Warmblood Gelding. Ralea actually trained this horse over a year ago at another barn for the owner.  No one could get on him and stay on him while mounting. So she was asked to take on the challenge. She had to get creative but managed to show him that mounting was a wonderful thing and not scary at all. This year She came across a lady this  that wanted her to train a horse that couldn't be mounted. Behold is was the same horse formerly known as Holcomb . Ralea ended up buying from current owner.  All this "bad " behavior  stemmed from bad fitting saddles, bad horsemanship and his poor back was out. Now he couldn't be better. He is currently training all the I-1 and deveoping Piaffe and Passage. Look out for this boy, talk about a diamond in the rough. He will be for sale in the future.