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Alexandra Havranekova

Alexandra Havranekova is a showjumping rider from Slovakia, help us expand our rider profile, please email us at info@stableexpress.com if you have pictures and videos of Alexandra Havranekova.

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Alexandra Havranekova



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Alexandra Spetschinsky


Alexandra Spetschinsky is an international eventer from Belgium, horses competed by Alexandra Spetschinsky includes Figaro De Feu, Lady Royale and Sheytans Padrons M. Below you can watch Alexandra Spetschinsky in action with Figaro

Alexandra Spetschinsky



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Alexandra Spetschinsky



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Alexandra Flejou


Alexandra Flejou - France Alexandra Flejou

Alexandra Toft


Alexandra Toft - Australia

Q: Can I get Major Medical/Surgical, Surgical Only, or Loss of Use coverages by themselves?
A: No. These coverages are only available as endorsements added on to a Full Mortality policy.

Alexandra Vogel


Alexandra Vogel - Switzerland

Q: Do I need to have my veterinarian examine my horse before I can start a policy?

A: To insure for Full Mortality, a veterinary exam is not required as long as your horse is sound and healthy, and you are insuring him for $25,000 or less. If you are insuring for more than $25,000, a basic exam is required.

If you are interested in certain types of Loss of Use coverage, regardless of the horse`s value, you will be required to submit a much more detailed veterinary exam (similar to a pre-purchase exam).

Alexandra Blauschek


Alexandra Blauschek - Germany

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Alexandra Frey


Alexandra Frey - Switzerland

Independent Horse Shows and Events
If you organize horse shows, equestrian events, or clinics, you should consider a commercial liability policy to protect yourself. Coverage is provided for the days the activity takes place, and can also include coverage for a certain number of days for set-up and take-down.

Alexandra Appel Rodenhausen


Alexandra Appel Rodenhausen - Germany

Protect Your Business

A liability policy is one of those things you hope you`ll never need, but if you do, could help save your business and even your reputation. It will help protect you if you are sued by a third party (such as a client, spectator, or passer-by) who is injured or whose property is damaged due to your commercial equestrian activities.

Liability policies provide for defence costs as well as pay claims for which you are legally liable up to the policy limits. Annual policy limits ranging from $300,000 to $1 million or higher are available.

Following are explanations of two types of liability policies that are available for professional equestrians:

Alexandra Roman


Alexandra Roman - France

Q: What if Im buying a horse thats in another country, or I`m traveling with him out of the U.S. for a competition? Will he have coverage while we are abroad and in transit?

A: Full Mortality and Major Medical/Surgical or Surgical Only coverage can be extended while the horse is located in most other countries. Usually all that is required is prior notice as well as an additional premium. Quarantine expenditures are not covered. Ask the agent for more details.

Alexandra North


Alexandra North - USA

Q: Are there any uses/disciplines which do not qualify for coverage?
B A: Race horses, horses in race training, or horses intended to race do not qualify for Major Medical/Surgical or Surgical Only coverage. Your horses use and/or intended uses must be stated on the mortality application.

Alexandra Luck


Alexandra Luck - USA

Q: At what ages can I insure my horses?
A: Full Mortality Coverage: Horses over 24 hours old through 18 years Major Medical / Surgical: Horses over 6 months through 14 years old Surgical Only: Horses over 24 hours old through 14 years Extended Named Perils: Horses over 24 hours old

Alexandra Cronqvist


Alexandra Cronqvist - Sweden

Commercial Equine Liability
If you accept a fee or barter for your services, such as teaching lessons, boarding, training, buying/selling, breeding, putting on competitions, etc., you should definitely consider purchasing a Commercial Equine Liability (CEL) policy. If you perform these activities at one location, or many, coverage can follow you.

Alexandra Ahlvin


Alexandra Ahlvin - Sweden

Alexandra Alexopoulou


Alexandra Alexopoulou - Greece

Alexandra Baiz


Alexandra Baiz - Venezuela

Alexandra Barbet


Alexandra Barbet - France

Alexandra Bates


Alexandra Bates -

Alexandra Bignasca


Alexandra Bignasca - Australia

Alexandra Bjã„Rne


Alexandra Bjã„Rne - Sweden

Alexandra Bjã–Rklund


Alexandra Bjã–Rklund - Sweden

Alexandra Bonnet


Alexandra Bonnet - France

Alexandra Agnew


Alexandra Agnew - UK

Alexandra Angelova


Alexandra Angelova - Kazakhstan

Alexandra Barbanã‡On Mestre


Alexandra Barbanã‡On Mestre - Spain

Alexandra Beck


Alexandra Beck - USA

Alexandra Bimschas


Alexandra Bimschas -

Alexandra Bourreau


Alexandra Bourreau - France

Alexandra Brewer


Alexandra Brewer - UK

Alexandra Budai


Alexandra Budai - Hungary

Alexandra Caspary


Alexandra Caspary - USA

Alexandra Churlaud


Alexandra Churlaud - France

Alexandra Clarke


Alexandra Clarke - Australia

Alexandra Croguennec


Alexandra Croguennec - France

Alexandra Currier


Alexandra Currier - USA

Alexandra Curtiss


Alexandra Curtiss - USA

Alexandra Debec


Alexandra Debec - France

Alexandra Dixon


Alexandra Dixon - France

Alexandra Breitmaier


Alexandra Breitmaier - Germany

Alexandra Buller


Alexandra Buller - Ireland

Alexandra Christie


Alexandra Christie -

Alexandra Clement


Alexandra Clement - France

Alexandra Daly


Alexandra Daly - Ireland

Alexandra Dietrich


Alexandra Dietrich - Germany

Alexandra Dopple


Alexandra Dopple - Switzerland

Alexandra Dvorak


Alexandra Dvorak - Canada
Alexandra Dvorak

Alexandra Felsenstein


Alexandra Felsenstein - USA

Alexandra Garr - Schultz


Alexandra Garr - Schultz - USA

Alexandra Godard


Alexandra Godard - France

Alexandra Guinot


Alexandra Guinot - France

Alexandra Guy


Alexandra Guy - France

Alexandra Harting


Alexandra Harting - Germany

Alexandra Hatfield


Alexandra Hatfield - Panama

Alexandra Heinzmann


Alexandra Heinzmann - Germany

Alexandra Hierzberger


Alexandra Hierzberger - Austria

Alexandra Hoglund


Alexandra Hoglund - Sweden

Alexandra Holmes


Alexandra Holmes - USA

Alexandra Hosein


Alexandra Hosein -

Alexandra Huguet


Alexandra Huguet - France

Alexandra Kã–Rner


Alexandra Kã–Rner - Germany

Alexandra Kelly


Alexandra Kelly -

Alexandra King


Alexandra King - USA

Alexandra Kiskova


Alexandra Kiskova - Slovakia

Alexandra Kitchen


Alexandra Kitchen - USA

Alexandra Klouytten


Alexandra Klouytten - France

Alexandra Knauf


Alexandra Knauf - Germany

Alexandra Knowles


Alexandra Knowles - USA

Alexandra Koch


Alexandra Koch - Germany

Alexandra Kofler


Alexandra Kofler - Germany

Alexandra Krã–Ll


Alexandra Krã–Ll - Germany

Alexandra Kraushaar


Alexandra Kraushaar - Canada

Alexandra Dominguez Thomas


Alexandra Dominguez Thomas - Guam

Alexandra Duncan


Alexandra Duncan - Canada

Alexandra Ebertfrãœnd


Alexandra Ebertfrãœnd - Germany

Alexandra Lange


Alexandra Lange - Germany

Farm Coverage
Insuring your farm can be quite an undertaking, especially if you have multiple structures, riding arenas, and equipment, as well as business exposures such as boarding, instructing, training, hosting horse shows, etc.

Our program can provide coverage for residential dwellings, farm structures, personal property, farm property, tack, commercial equine liability and care, custody and control.

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Alexandra Kroh


Alexandra Kroh - USA

Once upon a time..... there was a little girl that loved ponies.

As a child while living in Beecroft, Lynette Mitchell was lucky enough to live four doors down from where the coloured Australian Pony stallion Cooee lived. All the local girls used to congregate to ride this great natured stallion, this is where Lynette`s love affair with the Australian Pony began.

After improving her riding skills, Lynette`s family purchased for her Beecroft Cooee Lady, also known as Philly. Philly was a difficult pony to ride and taught Lynette a great deal. She feels that her biggest achievement with Philly was teaching her to walk, which took over a year. This was where Lynette`s patience with ponies developed.

At their first show Lynette and Philly won three firsts and one Champion. This was the start of a very long and successful show career.
B After getting married, having a family and moving to acreage at Kellyville, Lynette`s own children became involved with pony club. In 1970 she met Tony Gavan through her husband`s occupation as a farrier. Lynette was invited by Tony to ride the ponies that he had at the time. This followed through to a very successful partnership as Koorana Pony Stud, ending 10 December 1980, when the partnership was dissolved and the ponies were divided. It was after this Koora-Lyn was born.

A member of the APSB Society since 1972, Lynette has been part of the NSW APSB Committee for about 25 years and on NSW ASP Committee since 2000. Lynette is on both NSW and Federal Judges panels and on several occasions been invited to judge in ACT, Vic, Qld & WA. Locally she has judged a variety of different breeds and saddle classes, even Donkeys at Sydney Royal.

Barolin Angwyn is one of the best performed and most consistent ponies in the last thirty years, his awards are too numerous to mention. In addition to many local show successes, Angwyn`s most notable achievements include Supreme Australian Pony at Sydney Royal in 1981, 1984, 1985, 1986 and for nine consecutive years (1979-1987) Champion Australian Pony Stallion at Castle Hill Show. Angwyn was awarded Supreme Australian Pony at 1980 National Stud Show, Champion Stallion 12.2-14h and Champion Ridden Stallion on numerous occasions.

Due to the urban sprawl that has occurred in recent times, in 1999 the Koora-Lyn Ponies relocated to the picturesque hills of North Richmond. They are now enjoying the fresh air, varied bird life and swimming in the dam. The new property is also the final resting place for Angwyn who died in 2000, aged 26.

Lynette has always maintained a well-planned breeding programme taking into consideration future generations, even if the progeny is sold or gelded. The stud now consists of 3 stallions, 19 breeding mares and 8 youngsters plus foals. Koora-Lyn Ponies have consistently been shown with great success in Led and under saddle, not only in Australian Pony classes but also in other breeds and open company. Many Koora-Lyn Ponies have been competing in Pony Dressage for several years with geldings Koora-Lyn Moonfire and Koora-Lyn Sunrise leading the way. Sunrise has been competing against the bigger dressage horses and beating them. Many children ride Koora-Lyn ponies when competing in school competitions for dressage, eventing and jumping. Koora-Lyn Storytale is only 12.3h and has competed successfully in eventing, often showing the bigger ponies and horses what he is made of.

In December 2010, Koora-Lyn celebrated 30 years since being established in 1980. In that time 178 stallions and mares have been registered in APSB studbooks Vol 13 to 24.

Lynette Hohlweck
1001 Kurmond Road, North Richmond NSW 2754
Phone: 02 4571 4793
Email: info@kooralyn.com or kooralyn@yahoo.com.au

Alexandra Lãœth


Alexandra Lãœth - Germany

Alexandra Larimore


Alexandra Larimore - USA

Alexandra Liddle


Alexandra Liddle - UK

Alexandra Mairi Carter


Alexandra Mairi Carter - South Africa

Alexandra Martin


Alexandra Martin - France

Alexandra Matzke


Alexandra Matzke - Austria

Alexandra Morelli


Alexandra Morelli - France

3rd Generation Australian Pony
Also registered Australian Saddle Pony
Reg no: 8643 DOB: 19/12/1995
24.6 Arabian Pony %
Sire: Koora-Lyn Blues Union
Dam: Koorana Natasha
Progeny include:
Cheval Park Conquest - partbred APSB, owned by Melissa Southern
Koora-Lyn Ayem - full sister to Gai Dawn. Dam of Nathaniel
Koora-Lyn Calypso - owned by Alex Cross, Albion Park NSW. Competing with success in pony club events.
Koora-Lyn Daytime - quiet children`s pony, competes in everything. Owned by the Troy Family.
Koora-Lyn Desert Star - Stallion owned by Emont Park Australian Ponies, Victoria.
Supreme Third Generation Exhibit 2012 Victorian Stud Show

Koora-Lyn Epiphany - Champion Australian Pony Filly 2007 Sydney Regional APSB Show
1st Three yo Filly 2010 Sydney Royal Easter Show
Champion Australian Pony Mare ne 12.2h 2010 National Stud Pony Show
Koora-Lyn Evening Star - Full brother to Desert Star. Chad is Rebecca`s pony.
Supreme Led Gelding of Show 2010 National Stud Pony Show
Koora-Lyn Gai Dawn (dec) - Best Junior Exhibit 2002 Australian Saddle Pony Show.
Koora-Lyn Harvest Moon - Reserve Champion Junior 2008 Royal Easter Show.
Koora-Lyn Impression - Champion Australian Pony Foal 2002 Foal Show
Koora-Lyn Pageant - Supreme Australian Pony 2011 National Stud Pony Show
1st Mare 12-12.2h 2010 Sydney Royal Easter Show
Best Junior Exhibit 2008 & 2009 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Supreme Australian Pony Exhibit 2008 National Stud Show.
Supreme Third Generation Exhibit 2006 National Stud Show
Koora-Lyn Prophecy - 1st Filly 2yrs & under 2007 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Champion Australian Pony Mare 2009 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
Reserve Champion Australian Pony Mare 2010 Sydney Royal Easter Show
Koora-Lyn Rhythm - owned by Melynda Tollman.
Supreme Australian Pony Gelding 2010 Sydney Regional APSB Show
Supreme Arabian Pony Exhibit 2010 Moss Vale Show
Junior Champion Australian Pony Gelding 2010 National Stud Pony Show
Champion 3rd Generation Gelding 2010 National Stud Pony Show
Koora-Lyn Smith - owned by the Goodchild Family. Supreme Australian Pony Exhibit 2009 & 2010 Toowoomba Royal
Benita Silver Magic - Winner Australian Pony Yearling Colt class at 2013 Victorian Stud Show
Reserve Champion Australian Pony Colt
Benita Allsweet`n`sassy - Supreme Australian Pony Foal 2012 Victorian APSB Foal Show
Benita Bellbird - Supreme Australian Pony Foal 2012 APSB Western Promotion Group Foal Show

Alexandra Millot


Alexandra Millot - France

Alexandra Niot


Alexandra Niot - France

Alexandra Oedl


Alexandra Oedl - Austria

Alexandra Orr


Alexandra Orr - USA

Alexandra Owens


Alexandra Owens - Australia

Alexandra Paillot


Alexandra Paillot - France

Alexandra Paternotte


Alexandra Paternotte - France

Alexandra Pejosova


Alexandra Pejosova - Czech

Alexandra Rantet


Alexandra Rantet - France

Alexandra Simonova


Alexandra Simonova - Russia

Alexandra Sixt


Alexandra Sixt - Austria

Alexandra Smallpage


Alexandra Smallpage - USA

Alexandra Spallek


Alexandra Spallek - Germany

Alexandra Suro


Alexandra Suro - Puerto Rico

Alexandra Thrasher


Alexandra Thrasher - USA

Alexandra Townsend


Alexandra Townsend - Australia

Alexandra Vanderrest


Alexandra Vanderrest - USA

Alexandra Wã„Rnelius


Alexandra Wã„Rnelius - Sweden

Alexandra Werner


Alexandra Werner - Germany

Alexandra Woivre Gomez


Alexandra Woivre Gomez - Spain

Alexandra Zavoyna


Alexandra Zavoyna - USA

Alexandra Ducher


Alexandra Ducher - France

Alexandra Fedorova


Alexandra Fedorova - Slovakia

Alexandra Givry


Alexandra Givry - France

Alexandra Green


Alexandra Green - USA

Alexandra Habel


Alexandra Habel - Austria

Alexandra Hardwick


Alexandra Hardwick - uk

Alexandra Holden


Alexandra Holden - USA

Alexandra Huber


Alexandra Huber - Switzerland

Alexandra Jones


Alexandra Jones - New Zealand

Alexandra Knyazeva


Alexandra Knyazeva - Russia

Alexandra Leyret


Alexandra Leyret - France

Alexandra Livengood


Alexandra Livengood - USA

Alexandra Macleod


Alexandra Macleod - USA

Alexandra Marowsky


Alexandra Marowsky - Germany

Alexandra Matera


Alexandra Matera - Italy

Alexandra Mellhage


Alexandra Mellhage - Sweden

Alexandra Morel


Alexandra Morel - France

Alexandra Nagurskaja


Alexandra Nagurskaja - Russia

Alexandra O`Connell


Alexandra O`Connell - Australia

Alexandra Parragh


Alexandra Parragh - Hungary

Alexandra Patfoort


Alexandra Patfoort - France

Alexandra Pontonnier


Alexandra Pontonnier - France

Alexandra Scanlan


Alexandra Scanlan - El Salvador

Alexandra Serkova


Alexandra Serkova - Russia

Alexandra Simburger


Alexandra Simburger - Austria

Alexandra Sisseck


Alexandra Sisseck - Denmark

Alexandra Small


Alexandra Small - USA

Alexandra Steiner


Alexandra Steiner - Austria

Alexandra Szabo


Alexandra Szabo - USA

Alexandra Thornham


Alexandra Thornham - UK

Alexandra Tirlea


Alexandra Tirlea -

Alexandra Turrettini


Alexandra Turrettini - France

Alexandra Vikhareva


Alexandra Vikhareva - Russia

Alexandra Voigt


Alexandra Voigt - Germany

Alexandra Wassmer


Alexandra Wassmer -

Alexandra York Wright


Alexandra York Wright - UK

Alexandra Lindell


Alexandra Lindell - Sweden

Alexandra Malmstrom


Alexandra Malmstrom - Finland

Alexandra Martone


Alexandra Martone - USA

Alexandra Mcalpine


Alexandra Mcalpine - UK

Alexandra Ovchinnikova


Alexandra Ovchinnikova - Russia

Alexandra Paul


Alexandra Paul - Germany

Alexandra Perey


Alexandra Perey - France

Alexandra Roch


Alexandra Roch - France

Alexandra Savarina


Alexandra Savarina - Russia

Alexandra Schwerdt


Alexandra Schwerdt - Germany

Alexandra Shaner


Alexandra Shaner - USA

Alexandra Slanec


Alexandra Slanec - Austria

Alexandra Sorigue


Alexandra Sorigue - France

Alexandra Tatham


Alexandra Tatham - USA

Alexandra Vandergeeten


Alexandra Vandergeeten - Belgium

Alexandra Weatherby


Alexandra Weatherby - Australia

Alexandra Whitaker


Alexandra Whitaker - Holland

Alexandra Wikstrom


Alexandra Wikstrom - USA

Alexandra Zurbrugg


Alexandra Zurbrugg -

Alexandra Sessler


Alexandra Sessler - Germany

Today there are both Arabian fullblood and Swedish warmbloods in the Lnhult studfarm. Ann Nordn is one of the worlds most influential Arabian horse judges and works internationally.

Alexandra Francart


Alexandra Francart - France
Alexandra Francart

Alexandra Schwegmann


Alexandra Schwegmann - Germany - Eventing

Rose De Setif`s clear yesterday in the 1.55m GP of Zug



Warmblood Foals
Alexandra Schwegmann


Ard Patrick is a Dutch Warmblood. He has been inspected by the Irish Horse Board and given S1 status.

Ard Patrick (named Patrick on his KWPN papers) has beautiful paces and very good jumping ability. As Heather rides him, his time spent under saddle has been very periodic, if at all!. This year (2003) is the first time he has been in work properly with the intention to compete so he is a very green 6 year old.

A young STER graded mare, a recognition given to high quality mares in Holland. (more information to come later)

Just like his Dad Mirah Mania has the most wonderful temperament you could ever wish for.

Alexandra Bratt


Alexandra Bratt - Showjumping
Alexandra Bratt

Alexandra Bratt



Alexandra Bratt Horses

Fantasie

Alexandra Bratt Competition Results

25 - Scope, Pairs - 26/08/2003 - Fantasie

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Alexandra Gordon


Alexandra Gordon - Ireland

Alexandra E K Wichstroem


Alexandra E K Wichstroem - Norway - Horse Vaulting

Several Ways To Introduce Social Media To Your Marketing Team

Yesterday I read a great blog post. Mike VanDervorts Confronting Social Media at Work. It warns HR professionals about the need to get ready for the social media invasion. Those who left comments about the post asked how do you communicate the importance of social media to a leadership group that has no concept of its relevance in their personal or professional lives? This is a question I see more and more as businesses start to use these tools. So how do you get leadership, co-workers, or employees to buy into this social media thing. I just so happen to come up with an answer.

1. Educate.

Supply information. There are many sources of information available that explain what social media tools are in quick and entertaining ways. Articles from trade publications are incredibly helpful since they are coming from a source that you may already know and respect. When you find these articles flip the publication open to that page, attach a sticky note saying thought you would find this interesting, and leave it for them on their desk. Remember to follow up personally to see if they liked the article or had any questions. It is important to give the article that personal touch. It shows that you think the content is important enough to go out of your way to highlight it. For this to be effective you cant just send them a link to an article online.

However if you want to leverage your online resources (and as some one interested in social media, I would assume you would) you can also direct your teams attention to some online videos. Video hits a much different cord with people than an article. Done correctly a video can provide a great deal of useful information much quicker than in an article.

2. Find other businesses using it

Find others like yourself that are interested in the opportunities that social media provides and engage in some thoughtful conversations about how utilizing these tools could impact your organization. Once you have a chance to vocalize your thoughts with people that are supportive of the technology, it will be easier to have similar conversations with those that still havent seen the light.

3. Use social media solutions

When you are discussion solutions to meet your training needs look for opportunities to add a social media component. Here are a few examples:

Instead of learners taking a test or writing papers to show their competence ask them to make a five minute video on the topic. Create a forum so new employees can post questions and get feedback from their coworkers as they learn the ropes in their new company. When starting a new product or service, create a blog to make sure each employee is kept up to date on any developments. This kind of constant communication will reduce the amount of information they will need to learn through formal training sessions when the product or service is ready to launch.

The next time a group of people attend a conference ask that they post any insights they gather on their Twitter accounts and assign them a hashtag for your company. Youll be able to get three main things out of this. First, this will allow the attendees one more way to network with people at the conference, give them the ability to share their knowledge with the colleagues back at the office in real time, and in the end you will be able to get a sense for the ROI on the conference. 4. Reduce the marketing budget by using a free option!

Most of the social media tools out there are free. Alright, so not all social media solutions are free, but in these hard economic times spending a few hundred dollars is better than spending hundreds of thousands of dollars.

5. Check out the competition.

In your searches through those articles from the first bullet point did you find one highlighting your competition? This is a great opportunity to spotlight both the reach of social media and how it can be used in your industry. For example an article was just published by ASTD entitled Twitter: Inside the Enterprise, Up the Next Hill by Marcia Conner. It talks about how employees at Humana are using Twitter to enhance social learning.

6. Invite coworkers to connect with you on social networks.

So they dont know what Linked In is? Then introduce them personally! Send an invitation to you colleagues and ask them to join your online network. The key to making this work is to follow up with them in person. Make sure they got your invitation and take a minute to share some of your experiences with them. If you want them to take advantage of social media remember that it is just like any social gathering, it is easier to walk into the room when you already know somebody there.

7. Give the gift of social media.

With the holidays at hand this is a perfect time to get in the giving mood (even if it does have a bit of a hidden agenda). As I mentioned before there are many resources available on the evolution of social media. Present your boss, co-workers, or employees with a copy of the latest book to get their wheels turning. A few books come to mind as perfect introductions to the topic. I have placed some of these books on my virtual bookshelf located on the right hand sidebar. Grown Up Digital: How the Net Generation is Changing Your World HC by Don Tapscott is a research based book looking at the effect of technology on Millennials (those born between 1977 1997). The book discusses how their brains process information differently than previous generations, as well as ways to attract and educate this audience. I also recommend Bernie Borges book Marketing 2.0: Bridging the Gap between Seller and Buyer through Social Media Marketing as it is a great social media resource even if you arent involved in marketing.

These tips should provide your team with a pretty good introduction to social media. Hopefully they start to understand that social media isnt so crazy after all. Then again, when the Internet first hit the mainstream people considered that crazy (and we all know how that one worked out).

P.S. Have you already had the social media conversation with your team. If so leave a comment and let me know how it went!

Jennifer Alexandra Horr


Jennifer Alexandra Horr - Canada

Alexandra De Balkany Strom


Alexandra De Balkany Strom is a rider from France, we have limited information on Alexandra De Balkany Strom and his horses, please help us make Stableexpress better by helping us expand our profile of Alexandra De Balkany Strom :- HorseRiderDatabase@stableexpress.com.

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Kathleen Alexandra Wemh銝Ner - Germany

Alexandra Burghart


Alexandra Burghart - Germany - Dressage Rider

Alexandra Sourlas


Alexandra Sourlas -
Alexandra Sourlas

Alexandra Sourlas

Horse Rider

Alexandra Sourlas Horses

FEIGE 3
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GREGORY 75
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Alexandra Sourlas Competition Results

47 - Athens, GP1 - 20/08/2004 - GREGORY 75
47 - Athens, GP1 - 20/08/2004 - GREGORY 75
47 - Athens, GP1 - 20/08/2004 - GREGORY 75
6 - Brno (CZE), GP6 - 25/06/2004 - GREGORY 75
6 - Brno (CZE), GP6 - 25/06/2004 - GREGORY 75
6 - Brno (CZE), GP6 - 25/06/2004 - GREGORY 75
3 - Brno (CZE), GPSpecial9 - 25/06/2004 - GREGORY 75
3 - Brno (CZE), GPSpecial9 - 25/06/2004 - GREGORY 75
3 - Brno (CZE), GPSpecial9 - 25/06/2004 - GREGORY 75
21 - Lipica (SLO), GP1 - 20/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
27 - Lipica (SLO), GP1 - 20/05/2004 - FEIGE 3
21 - Lipica (SLO), GP1 - 20/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
27 - Lipica (SLO), GP1 - 20/05/2004 - FEIGE 3
21 - Lipica (SLO), GP1 - 20/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
27 - Lipica (SLO), GP1 - 20/05/2004 - FEIGE 3
7 - Lipica (SLO), GPSpecial2 - 20/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
7 - Lipica (SLO), GPSpecial2 - 20/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
7 - Lipica (SLO), GPSpecial2 - 20/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
24 - Norten-Hardenberg, GP4 - 13/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
24 - Norten-Hardenberg, GP4 - 13/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
24 - Norten-Hardenberg, GP4 - 13/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
20 - Barzago (ITA), GP2 - 07/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
20 - Barzago (ITA), GP2 - 07/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
20 - Barzago (ITA), GP2 - 07/05/2004 - GREGORY 75
30 - CDI3* Olfen (GER), GP4 - 16/04/2004 - GREGORY 75
30 - CDI3* Olfen (GER), GP4 - 16/04/2004 - GREGORY 75
30 - CDI3* Olfen (GER), GP4 - 16/04/2004 - GREGORY 75
19 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP205 - 18/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
19 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP205 - 18/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
19 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP205 - 18/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
29 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP115 - 11/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
29 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP115 - 11/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
29 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP115 - 11/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
14 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial25 - 04/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
14 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial25 - 04/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
14 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP15 - 04/03/2004 - GREGORY 75
14 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP15 - 04/03/2004 - GREGORY 75

Alexandra Tennant


Alexandra Tennant - UK

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Alexandra Eiband


Alexandra Eiband is a dressage rider from Germany, below you can watch Alexandra Eiband in action riding Coco Chanel H.S at Ranshofen International Dressage Show, other horses competed by Alexandra Eiband includes City Man H.S, Nofretete H.S, Basic Future H.S and Basic Empire H.S among others.

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Alexandra Eiband and Coco Chanel H.S

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Alexandra Eiband
Draft Horses For Sale

Alexandra Colonna


Alexandra Colonna is a French event rider 29th December 1980, as an Event rider Alexandra has competed all over the world. Below you see information and breeding data on her many different horses on which she has competed under FEI international rules.



Alexandra Colonna

Alexandra Lobert-Gluzek


Alexandra Lobert-Gluzek is a German showjumping rider who has competed a number of different horses, below you can watch Alexandra in action riding Kapt`n Konstanin (sired by Memphis) at Reitturnier Nettetai Lobberich Springprufung regional tour. If you can help us expand our rider database with more information on Alexandra Lobert-Gluzek and her horses please email us at riders@stableexpress.com

Alexandra Lobert-Gluzek - Showjumper



Alexandra Lobert-Gluzek


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Alexandra Miletic


Alexandra Miletic - Canada

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Alexandra Thornton


Born in London, England, she moved to the United States of America at age 11. She began representing Great Britain in 2011. "It made sense to swap nationalities. Competing in Florida, I was in my comfort zone, but the courses in Europe are more intimidating. I have to stand on my tiptoes to see over the fences." Below you can watch Alexandra in action competing at Spruce Meadows with Blue Curacao. Horses competed by Alexandra Thornton includes Caballero 84, Charielle and Cornetto K.



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Alexandra Thornton

Alexandra Muhr


Alexandra Muhr - Sweden

Koora-Lyn Nova
Sire: Koora-Lyn Blues Union
Dam: Koorana Gipsy
Champion Brood Mare 2001
National Stud Show aged 14 yrs
Dam of Novinia, Statesman, Acclaim, Apollo, Caprice, Viva, Gemini & Lumina
In foal to Cossack for 2011 foal

Koora-Lyn Samantha
Sire: Samson Silver Shadow
Dam: Koorana Samantha
Dam of Sam, Majestic, Serena & Clara
In foal to Nathaniel for 2011 foal.

Alexandra Berns


Alexandra Berns - Australia

Alexandra Von Beverfoerde


Alexandra Von Beverfoerde - Germany

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Alexandra Engleder


Alexandra Engleder - Austria

Care, Custody and Control
If you are responsible for the care of horses you do not own, such as boarding, training, or breeding, you should consider Care, Custody and Control (CCC) coverage. If one of those horses is injured or dies while in your care and the owner believes you were negligent and sues you, this policy will provide for the medical care or replacement cost of the horse up to the policy limits. It also will pay your defence fees. You can purchase this coverage alone, or add it to your CEL policy.

Alexandra Hubert


Alexandra Hubert - France

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Alexandra Rogers


Alexandra Rogers - New Zealand

Q: Is my horse insured when we drive to another state?
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Alexandra Korelova


Alexandra Korelova - Russia

Alexandra Kipping


Alexandra Kipping - UK

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Alexandra Fleuriel


Alexandra Fleuriel - France

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Alexandra Jurjewna Korelowa


Alexandra Jurjewna Korelowa - Russia - Dressage Rider
Alexandra Jurjewna Korelowa

Alexandra Freimuth


Alexandra Freimuth - Germany
Alexandra Freimuth

Alexandra Fainstein


Alexandra Fainstein - Moldova

Alexandra Simons De Ridder


Alexandra Simons de Ridder (born 29 October 1963) is a German equestrian and Olympic champion. She won a gold medal in team dressage at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney with the team from Germany
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Alexandra Simons-de Ridder & Chacomo,Aachen CDIO 2000

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Alexandra Simons De Ridder
Yearling Horses For Sale

Alexandra Simons De Ridder Horses

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Alexandra Simons De Ridder Competition Results

15 - Aachen, GP3 - 01/07/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
15 - Aachen, GP3 - 01/07/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
9 - Aachen, GPSpecial7 - 01/07/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
9 - Aachen, GPSpecial7 - 01/07/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
9 - Aachen, GPSpecial7 - 01/07/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
15 - Aachen, GP3 - 01/07/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
8 - CDI 5* Lingen (GER), GPSpecial2 - 30/05/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
8 - CDI 5* Lingen (GER), GPSpecial2 - 30/05/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
8 - CDI 5* Lingen (GER), GPSpecial2 - 30/05/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
7 - CDI 5* Lingen (GER), GP4 - 30/05/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
7 - CDI 5* Lingen (GER), GP4 - 30/05/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
7 - CDI 5* Lingen (GER), GP4 - 30/05/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPKür3 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPKür3 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPKür3 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial4 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial4 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial4 - 24/04/2008 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI-W Kaposvar (HUN), GP6 - 12/10/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI-W Kaposvar (HUN), GP6 - 12/10/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI-W Kaposvar (HUN), GP6 - 12/10/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI-W Kaposvar (HUN), GPSpecial9 - 12/10/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI-W Kaposvar (HUN), GPSpecial9 - 12/10/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI-W Kaposvar (HUN), GPSpecial9 - 12/10/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* La Mandria, Torino (ITA), GPSpecial3 - 17/05/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* La Mandria, Torino (ITA), GPSpecial3 - 17/05/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* La Mandria, Torino (ITA), GPSpecial3 - 17/05/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* La Mandria, Torino (ITA), GP1 - 17/05/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* La Mandria, Torino (ITA), GP1 - 17/05/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* La Mandria, Torino (ITA), GP1 - 17/05/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Hagen (GER), GPSpecial24 - 27/04/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Hagen (GER), GPSpecial24 - 27/04/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Hagen (GER), GPSpecial24 - 27/04/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - Hagen (GER), GP23 - 27/04/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - Hagen (GER), GP23 - 27/04/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - Hagen (GER), GP23 - 27/04/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
6 - `S-Hertogenbosch, GP2 - 22/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
6 - `S-Hertogenbosch, GP2 - 22/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
6 - `S-Hertogenbosch, GP2 - 22/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - `S-Hertogenbosch, GPSpecial4 - 22/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - `S-Hertogenbosch, GPSpecial4 - 22/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - `S-Hertogenbosch, GPSpecial4 - 22/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Braunschweig *** CSI, GP11 - 08/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Braunschweig *** CSI, GP11 - 08/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Braunschweig *** CSI, GP11 - 08/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Braunschweig *** CSI, GPSpecial12 - 08/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Braunschweig *** CSI, GPSpecial12 - 08/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Braunschweig *** CSI, GPSpecial12 - 08/03/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Gerdau Porto Alegre (BRA), GP34 - 22/02/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Gerdau Porto Alegre (BRA), GP34 - 22/02/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Gerdau Porto Alegre (BRA), GP34 - 22/02/2007 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Vierzon (ncl. Y. horses classes) (FRA), GPSpecial2 - 13/07/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Vierzon (ncl. Y. horses classes) (FRA), GPSpecial2 - 13/07/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Vierzon (ncl. Y. horses classes) (FRA), GPSpecial2 - 13/07/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Vierzon (ncl. Y. horses classes) (FRA), GP3 - 13/07/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Vierzon (ncl. Y. horses classes) (FRA), GP3 - 13/07/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Vierzon (ncl. Y. horses classes) (FRA), GP3 - 13/07/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
12 - Aachen, GP3 - 17/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
12 - Aachen, GP3 - 17/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Aachen, GpSpecial5 - 17/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Aachen, GpSpecial5 - 17/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Aachen, GpSpecial5 - 17/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
12 - Aachen, GP3 - 17/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Hansbeke (BEL), GPSpecial3 - 12/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Hansbeke (BEL), GPSpecial3 - 12/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Hansbeke (BEL), GPSpecial3 - 12/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Hansbeke (BEL), GP1 - 12/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Hansbeke (BEL), GP1 - 12/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Hansbeke (BEL), GP1 - 12/05/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 26/04/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 26/04/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial2 - 26/04/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial2 - 26/04/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial2 - 26/04/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 26/04/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial2 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial2 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial2 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP1 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPKür3 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPKür3 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPKür3 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP1 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP1 - 14/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP1 - 07/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP1 - 07/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP1 - 07/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial2 - 07/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial2 - 07/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial2 - 07/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP2 - 01/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP2 - 01/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP2 - 01/03/2006 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Oslo, GP2 - 14/10/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Oslo, GP2 - 14/10/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Oslo, GP2 - 14/10/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Oslo, GPKür3 - 14/10/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Oslo, GPKür3 - 14/10/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Oslo, GPKür3 - 14/10/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
14 - Aachen, GP2 - 23/08/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
14 - Aachen, GP2 - 23/08/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
14 - Aachen, GP2 - 23/08/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Hagen (GER), GP9 - 02/06/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Hagen (GER), GP9 - 02/06/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
5 - Hagen (GER), GP9 - 02/06/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
6 - Hagen (GER), GPSpecial10 - 02/06/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
6 - Hagen (GER), GPSpecial10 - 02/06/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
6 - Hagen (GER), GPSpecial10 - 02/06/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
7 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPKür7 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
7 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPKür7 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
7 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPKür7 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
9 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial5 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
9 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial5 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
9 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial5 - 27/04/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial125 - 08/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP115 - 08/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP115 - 08/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP115 - 08/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial125 - 08/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial125 - 08/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
2 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial125 - 08/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP15 - 01/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP15 - 01/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GP15 - 01/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial25 - 01/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial25 - 01/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
01 - Vejer de la Frontera (Spanish Sunshine Tour), GPSpecial25 - 01/03/2005 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial5 - 30/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 30/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 30/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial5 - 30/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209
3 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GPSpecial5 - 30/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209
4 - CDI 3* Saumur (FRA), GP1 - 30/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209
12 - CDI3* Olfen (GER), GP4 - 16/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209
12 - CDI3* Olfen (GER), GP4 - 16/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209
12 - CDI3* Olfen (GER), GP4 - 16/04/2004 - WELLINGTON 209

Alexandra Fricker


Alexandra Fricker - Switzerland
Alexandra Fricker

Alexandra Hambsch


Alexandra Hambsch - Germany

Alexandra Hã–Ing


Alexandra Hã–Ing - Germany

Alexandra Eriksson


Alexandra Eriksson - Sweden
Alexandra Eriksson

Alexandra Hidien


Alexandra Hidien is a dressage rider who rides under the flag of Luxembourg, together with her string of quality dressage horses Alexandra Hidien has competed at a number of FEI shows, with a number of wins and placings to her name. Below you can watch Alexandra Hidien riding Sir Hawk at the Peterhof Dressage Gala

Alexandra Hidien - Sir Hawk

Dancing Dynamit D (Don Bedo x Rheingau 3, 2006, Westphalian Studbook)
Don William II (Don Frederico x Lauries Crusador Xx, 2002, Hanoverian Studbook)

We would like to expand our profile of Alexandra Hidien, if you can help please email us at info@stableexpress.com

Alexandra Levenne


Alexandra Levenne - France - Showjumping Rider

Guide To Retweeting On Twitter

Retweeting is described as copying a twitter message another person posted, and rebroadcasting it to your followers. When sending this message, you should always provide RT username to give credit to the person who posted the message first. While retweeting appears like a wonderful thing for the main tweeter (because their link is involved), retweeting will help you just as much if not more.

How You Should Retweet

Prior to getting into the usefulness of retweeting, it may be a good idea for you to know how to properly retweet. The common prefix for a retweet is RT: the label Retweeting: and Reading: work as well. Next comes the original posters name. Another option that is often used is when you credit the original poster by simply using the @reply, for example: @originalPoster. Furthermore, you should put the link along with a quick note about the link and why it is relevant. Here is an example of retweeting: RT: @originalPoster Ultimate Twitter Marketing Tool http://bit.ly/fxA2dI. Now you understand how to correctly retweet.

Retweet Interesting and Relevant Posts

The natural reaction many people have is that if you retweet another individuals posts, then there is a greater chance that the original poster will retweet your content in the future. This doesnt primairly hold true, you should not retweet everyones post for your own personal gain. You must pick and choose when you retweet since the reason why you are doing this is to benefit your followers.

Retweeting Helps Your Followers

There is a reason why people follow you, value. When you give something of value to your followers you will not only make them happy, but you will most likely attract more followers. Providing good quality content is certainly a great way to give your followers a reason to look forward to your tweets. I usually like to write up a great blog post, and link the post in a tweet. Even though this is one way to approach it, it is not the only way. Another way is to link to a great article or site you find online.

Retweeting Will Help You

Retweeting builds your business and personal brand as well as your followers loyalty. When you point a reader to information that is not your own that is truly relevant and beneficial to them, the amount of trust that individual has in you will increase. The next time you post a link, whether it be to yours or to another source, the chances of that individual clicking that link are higher than before.

Retweeting Build Relationships With Original Posters

The chance of being on the receieving end of a retweet increases as you retweet. Im not saying you should expect someone to retweet your content just because you retweet theirs. Again, retweeting is all about providing value to your followers, and an individual isnt going to retweet a post of yours if it is not top notch.

Does Retweeting Steer Your Followers Away From You?

No. Retweeting will never lose you followers or readers unless you send them to some sort of spam. Why would someone stop reading your tweets or following you on twitter because you posted someone else tweet via retweet? Keep an open mind when it comes to your readers, they are usually smart and good people.

Conclusion

Retweeting is a great way to add quality and value to your Twitter. If used incorrectly retweeting can actually hurt your business and personal brand and future traffic. If done right, retweeting can help you educate your followers, build your brand, increase future traffic, and connect you to others in your niche.

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Alexandra Vindeczker


Alexandra Vindeczker - Hungary - Showjumping
Alexandra Vindeczker