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The twentieth-century transition from a mainly military or aristocratic activity to the present status of dressage vsd saddle for sale as an internationally recognized and almost totally civilian sport has in practice been remarkably smooth. Although, since the mid-sixties, the sight of a military uniform in the arena has been rare and the titles rarer still, this change has not affected the sport adversely. The military establishments were superseded by riders from private domestic stables, many of whom had only modest financial backing. One significant innovation was the emergence of women vsd saddle for sale riders at the highest levels.
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