Emma worked Lascivio in the working area at FAS the day before the olympics and this was the stallions first workout at the grounds. After 45 minutes he had finally settled down and started to focus on his rider and not on the riders and horses around him also working. Lascivio had once kicked after a horse who accidently got too close.
"Arrrrgghhh!" growled Emma as she steared away the stallions bum from the other horse.
He reared up several times when Emma tried to make piruettes and she exclaimed angerly yet firm "NO'es!"
Lascivio had even started to buck at one time. Emma was close to giving up.
"Keep it up," said William who had walked into the arena to help Emma in her desperate intention to make the stallion focus. After loads of work and advices, Lascivio was rather tired due to his bad behaviour and now finally he was working nicely, though a bit tired, trotting in a circle around William who had the black stallion in a longe line to keep him intact.
A group of people had gathered around the arena to see the stallion at his worst and see Emma's struggle and hanged over the fence to get a closer view. William pulled Lascivio into the center of the circle and turned him and Emma loose and Lascivio cantered along passing by other equestrians allong the fence and the only thing he now did was to stretch his ears back and flicker his tail sharply. But he didn't do much more else now.
"It's a progress!" shouted William as he collected the longe line, looking after the team and returning to the fence.
Emma collected him into a piaffe and he walked collected and centered with his neck high and his head pressed tight to his throat as he chewed his bit. He snorted loudly every 5th second and shock his head slightly while his lips smacked together with each step he made. Emma pushed him forward and he left his piaffe and went into a collected trot.
"Good." Emma patted Lascivio after the now one and a half hour long workout and Lascivio was breathing exhausted. She let go of the reins as Lascivio walked and he gladly stretched out his neck and walked with his head close to the ground as he stopped to scratch away to foam from his mouth against his left foreleg. Emma held the reins loose in one hand as she waited. He started to walk again and though he was loose to do what he pleased he didn't bother about the other horses. He was toooooo tired to care about them.
Starting number: 024
Horse: RD's Lascivio
Rider/ Handler: Emma Green
Breed: Dutch Warmblood
Age: 8 years old
Stable: Rosendal Stables
Show: HARPG Olympics
Inspection pic: [link]
Bonus Pics: [link]
Show Pic: [link]
And here we have it. Lascivio and Emma's training pic for the Olympics ^^
It has been so delayed, but now it's finally here. I am glad I sat down and drew it, because I love it. Lascivio is such a beauty though, he is kind of a monster xD
I would most likely run if I was to ride such a horse LOL
I am highly impressed by Emma's patient with this boy... and the fact that she is riding without a helmet XD such a daredevil she is... just like Lassie XD
Hope you enjoy it.
Tools & Info
Refference: Google (lost link)
Estimated time: About 3 hours,
Tools: Wacom Intuos4 tablet, Sai Paint Tool & Photoshop CS5
Layers: About 30 layers
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Дорогая моя, я попрошу тебя быть повежливей со мной.
То, что ты насмотрелась всяких фильмов не значит, что железо причиняет боль лошади. Да, бывает. Но только в руках неумелого всадника. Для таких людей есть особый мягкий трензель. Он не порвёт лошади рот, не защемит щёку и т.д. Был даже эксперимент: мой друг засунул себе в рот лошадиное железо, чтобы понять, что чувствует лошадь. Тянул из-за всех сил, но ничего не чувствовал. Может был момент, когда он ударил зуб, но у лошади-то челюсть другая. Трензель до премоляров не достанет, а это значит, что животному достаточно комфортно.
А для приверед есть резиновые трензеля. С двойным сочленением даже есть, чтобы форму языка повторял.
Так что, дорогой собеседник, если тебе что-то не нравится - "катайся" с кордой, но других людей не трогай.
So pipe down!
1. I do not abuse these horses.
2. This is how the equestrian worlds looks like sometimes. Things dosen't always go as planned
3. THEY ARE NOT REAL!!!
Now, stop bugging me.
And seriously, any horse can make it look like a rollkur if the horse is acting up. So it's not big deal. Either way it's a gorgeous picture and I think it's so retarded to start a fight about rollkurr or not over a drawing in a GAME. I care about my pixel horses just as much as anyone else, but I'm not going to act like HARPG needs a PETA group to run around and complain about every little fricken issue that there is with a picture. Seriously, grow up.
Jullelin, I love this and can't wait to see more of Lascivio. He is an incredible stallion and this really shows the feistyness he has. I love how you can almost picture him standing straight up into a rear after this picture. Gorgeous.
I like this pic. Lol, I wish my coloring and lines came together this well, and such a gorgeous horse too! Just ignore the rollkur comment. She’s a repeat offender anyhow.
LOL Repeat offender, I love it! And now I'm on the 'defend Jullelin' bsndwagon too! XD
One of the horses in the olympics looked like las does here in the piaffe as well. Im pretty sure it was Chevri's Capital and the Canadian guy that got eliminated, if you want to look it up. Just ignore all these people though because this is not rollkur, nor does Emma ever put las in rollkur.
But nicely drawed
Yeah. Only one segment from a entire workout ;D
just saying my opinion just like you did... kinda..?
it's just a drawing
Why did you ask?
Rollkur first of all means that the horses head is behind the vertical, usually very tighly forced to their chest or close. You create alot of pressure to the horse, holding them on the bit and lot's of leg pressure.
All I can see here is a horse that could be more loose at the neck and ganache, but!
The neck is the highest point, so this is absolutely no rollkur.
But please I'd like to hear why it makes you think this is rollkur.
It's just sometimes hard to describe things, but yeah you're right the horse is flexed past the ideal(which I tried to describe), but it's no rollkur.
Have you ever tried to ride a horse in high lectures like a piaffe? If you did (high collection what ever, you might have realized how hard it is to ride a horse in the perfect ideal. So many good (and soft) riders can't always manage the perfect angle (even if they try to make it correct) horses get excited and tense (like the pictured situation) or some horses tend to hide behind the vertical.
Aber trotzdem was hat das mit der Rollkur zu tun, es ist nicht korrekt klar und nicht über den Rücken und nicht entspannt, aber in der Situation gings ja da rum.
But I shall post a poll and see if others share your opinion.
I'm not even going to argue any further. Go observe horses, then you'll see what I'm talking about. -_-
Look here at the images of the horses head in piaffe:
And for the record, the copied definition of rollkur:
Rollkur or hyperflexion of the horse's neck is a practice in equestrianism defined as "flexion of the horse's neck achieved through aggressive force" and is banned by the world governing body, the International Federation for Equestrian Sports
Far from what this image looks like
Not that I know MUCH about rollkur or anything, but you can tell by comparison that this isn't it. Yes Ok, maybe Lassie is tense & overflexing a little, & Jullelin has given a good, genuine reason for this, which can be backed up by reading about Lassie & his temperament! Not all horses are perfect; some need stronger bits, some need riding crops when ridden, some are just buggers! Lassie is his own character, & in this pic, he is just having a little bit of a moment! Nothing more, nothing less!
I admit I only learned what rollkur was a month ago but even I can tell the difference. Yes exactly on that and the fact about that if it were real and the horse was moving and taken a photo it would be one millisecond of the move, a frame of it. Even if it wouldn't have been a good thing, the horse could have been tossing it's head or something, ya know. It wouldn't have to resort to the worst case scenario.