Living Legend Dressage Calendars for 2012 available for Christmas gifts

  • Feature key dressage highlights of 2011
  • Major contenders for Olympics 2012 

Caroline Finch has just issued three stunning new calendars for 2012 that make ideal Christmas or New Year gifts for dressage lovers. Each month captures one of this year's most striking images of this beautiful and talented equestrian art form to provide a perfect record of the dressage highlights of 2011.

Dressage Legends features Utopia, Parzival, Valegro, Fuego, Wie Atlantico and Lancet at his last competition before retirement, Dressage Inspirations features dressage press images which have become renowned in the dressage world; Lusitano Quest at Hickstead, front cover of British Dressage and includes images of other inspirational riders and horses. Olympic Contenders features horses we all hope to see in the Olympic arena in 2012.

And for those of us who simply can't get enough of the legend Totilas, Totilas calendars for both 2010 and 2011 are available as reprints with 2012 dates.

Customers come back year after year for these beautiful and practical calendars; from dressage amateurs to international judges. French International Dressage Judge Marietta Almasy commented: "I enjoyed the 2010 Totilas calendar with the superb photos of Totilas. I gave calendars as presents to my best friends who were delighted."

All calendars at 2011 prices include postage to go to anywhere in the world (UK & Europe £18, all other countries £21). Visit the website to view all at

Caroline Finch
Living Legend Calendars

Mob: 07818 531500

Capturing iconic press images of the Dressage horse which are published around the globe; international press coverage for dressage publications world wide, Living Legend Calendars, corporate and brand building imagery for leading equestrian brands Martin Collins, Dengie and NECD, rider sponsorship portfolio images and design, commercial photography services, press and sports photography lectures.

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