“Making your disposable income my disposable income.”
WHO IS BILL WOODS?
Judging and teaching both at home in Central Florida and all around the country, Bill Woods acknowledges more than forty-five years of experience that can help you better understand and train your horse. He has been active on the national dressage scene since 1980, his dressage specialty arising from a broad background in balance-seat work, both on the flat and over fences. Known for his ability to outline sound, classical goals and to . . .
The tabs at left (or below on your phone) will help you find your way around this site. Take particular note of Bill’s blog: BLAGGO, including the link at the bottom of the Blaggo page which will take you to over 350 archived posts. The QOTM tab connects to more than one hundred questions sent in by readers seeking advice on all orders of dressage topics. VENI VIDI VIDEO is your gateway to a whole page of dressage videos, both educational and informative. And STORECRAZY is the link to Bill’s on line store.
As many of you know, Bill’s wife of 35 years, Susan Hayes Woods, died in April from complications induced by Early Onset Alzheimer’s.
And here, a recounting of her astonishing David versus Goliath courtroom victory back in 2009. “And as for Woods, our thanks for reminding us that one person still can make a difference in making sure government serves the people justly, even against tall odds.” THE POWER OF ONE
AND BE SURE TO
Most recent post: January 5, 2019
AND OLD BLOGS NEVER DIE
AND THEN THERE’S THE BOOK
Click below to be overwhelmed, yea inundated, with a dozen reasons to either read Bill’s DRESSAGE Unscrambled or consign yourself to cups of tepid lemoned water as you listen to Yanni CDs.
THIS IS ALAN PAGE:
Alan Page is a retired jurist and former professional football player. He first gained fame as a defensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings in the 1970s.He served as an associate justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court from 1993 until 2015. Page was the first defensive player to win the MVP Award. He is a member of both the College Football Hall of Fame (1993) and the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1988), and is considered one of the greatest defensive linemen ever to play the game.
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Bill’s reaction: “Uh oh!”
THE QUESTION OF THE MONTH IS BACK !
WE INTERRUPT FOR A FORMAL GREETING!
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Think of it as PAGE 1A where more of Bill’s “The Man Who Mistook His Life for Dressage” will be revealed. HIT IT