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Kyla Devi Sanesa Q3 2014 2

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Spectaboolous SANESA Qualifier 1

The 22nd of February Spectaboolous competed in his first ever 1m class, in his first class he had an

24th December 2016

Kyla Devi Sanesa Q3 2014 1

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Michelle Du Plessis working hunter GOPRO SANESA WP Q1 2014

Michelle Du Plessis from Somerstrand College riding working hunter competition SANESA WP Q1 2014 at

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SANESA WP at Hunters Valley

SANESA WP Working Hunter team 2014 enjoying a hunt at Hunters Valley

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Nia Engelbrecht – SANESA

Dressage test 1 Q2 2015

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SANESA Qualifier 2 2015

My boy in the 1.20m. Jumping us into a second place. Absolutely adore this horse!!!

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SANESA Regionals- speed and precision

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SANESA Q2 Level 4 Equitation 2016

SANESA qualifier 2 Level 4 equitation 2016

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SANESA Equitation Q3

Cumbia No Frills Faster by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license

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GoPro | Horse Riding competition

That was a SANESA competition❤️ South African National Equestrian Associations I jumped 70cm

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South Africa SANESA Regionals

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Razdi Lollypop and Alexa Anniciello

Sanesa Qualifier 1 Equitation 1M Instagram: @aanniciello Twitter: @aanniciello

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Sasha & Cameo Sanesa 2 2016 Feb

Sasha & Cameo Sanesa 2016 2nd video

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SANESA Q2 2016

SANESA Q2 90cm Competition on Jackabee

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My first SANESA on my new pony

My first SANESA and friends on my new pony, Fabergé.

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Sasha Sanesa Gauteng Finals 4th

Sasha in dressage 4th place Gauteng Finals

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SANESA Prix Caprilli Test 2

SANESA

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SANESA Schools, Day 2

Showjumping Phase, i knocked 2 and had 1 time fault. I was so proud of Moon as she has never jumped

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SANESA Schools with Misty Skies

Qualifier 2, Shongweni Club Durban. This video is of the first day – 14 March 2015, at SANESA with

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