"Fabby" and Jaclyn were chosen as a Demo pair in January 2012 for the Jessica Ranshousen Clinic at the MD Horse World Expo. See below for updated photos and video of the event. Fabby did very well in the electric environment further solidifying his future in the competitive dressage world. Fabby's abilities and temperament make him suitable for FEI development under an amatuer rider. In 2012 Fabby started his show career scoring 73% and 75% with a professional at Training Level. Under a junior rider Fabby won both of his classes at his only USEF Recognized competition, earning regional and pony club awards. Fabby descends from dressage competitive IALHA bloodlines and demonstrates extraordinary freedom and ability to collect. Currently schooling Second Level Dressage. He is both responsive and focused, allowing his rider to relax, and accepting contact and corrections with the maturity of a much older horse. On a daily basis Fabby provides a rare combination of talent and ride-ability. Fabby trailers well, is a gentemen on the ground, and has no vices. Fabby is barefoot and up-to-date on dentist, coggins, and vaccines.