Willow, AQHA ‘I Can Can I’ won an award!

Although this buckle is dated 2019 it just arrived!

Willow aka ‘I Can Can I’ is a registered American Quarter Horse and in 2019 we competed in both traditional and western dressage. You can watch that journey on YouTube under my playlist ‘The Trail to the World Show.’

That year we not only learn about western dressage and what it took to go to the world show but Willow and I also earn all the scores I needed to for my rider award a ‘Silver Medal’ in traditional dressage. This belt buckle is an award for 3rd level in Traditional/Classical dressage that we also earned during that journey.


  1. Jolie Holland on January 3, 2021 at 1:11 am

    You are such an inspiration and, of course, your equine partners who share the path with you. You’re truly an amazing woman, Stacy, and I’m thankful for your messages. I use them every day with my beloved Isabelle Norsk, the great joy of my life. It makes me feel I’m being good to her. So thank you and may you receive as many blessings as you give to all of us!! CONGRATULATIONS to both you and Willow!!

  2. Colleen Spada on January 2, 2021 at 9:17 pm

    Awesome news! Congrats!!

  3. Linda Coyle on January 2, 2021 at 2:34 pm

    Wow, that is beyond awesome! Earning your bronze and now silver in traditional dressage is a HUGE accomplishment!! It’s an amazing testament to your riding, training and to Willow–
    You must be over the moon excited! Pause for a moment to reflect that you not only conquered the reining world, but have now crossed over into major success in the dressage world. What other rider, trainer, clinician can say this? Stacy, you are in a league of your own!!! Congratulations!!

  4. Brigitte on January 2, 2021 at 1:35 pm

    That’s awesome!
    I enjoyed following your journey with Willow.

  5. Alean Williams on January 2, 2021 at 10:38 am

    Awesomeness Rewarded! Thanks for sharing Willows journey! It has educated us all to be better horseman

  6. Joanna M Summerlin on January 2, 2021 at 10:09 am


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