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on September 20, 2012 at 11:02 AM
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11:14 AM on September 20, 2012
ADVANCED DRESSAGE TEST 14
NAME AND AGE OF RIDER
(IF 16 OR UNDER) Roisin Hughes
NAME AND AGE OF HORSE Horace
JUDGED BY: THE INTERDRESSAGE TEAM
TIPS AND ADVICE BY:
Score; 172.5 percentage; 66.35%
MOVEMENTS MAX. MARK JUDGE?S MARK COMMENTS
1 A Enter at collected canter right. At X halt and salute
(transition should be direct) 10 8 Very straight and elegant entry with flamboyant salute!
2 Proceed at collected trot. At C track left. HXF change the rein
in medium trot, just
before F working trot. 10 6.5 Drifting a little right on move off. Try and encourage Horace to cover more ground in the medium steps and his head is becoming a little unsteady
3 A Proceed down the centre line D collected trot D to X shoulder
in right. 10 5 I think he is doing travers there!
4 X Circle right 10m in collected trot 10 7 Nice balance in the steps
5 On returning to X circle left 10m in collected trot 10 7 Losing a little activity (is he getting tired????)
6 X to G shoulder in left 10 5 Now he is doing shoulder in to the right!
7 C Track left at H transition to medium walk. E collected walk
and turn left. Between X
and B a demi - pirouette to the left proceed to X 10 5.5 Some loss of rhythm and turn a little abrupt at E. Lost forwardness into the demi-pirouette, try to keep him marching time as he walks through it
8 Between X and E demi - pirouette to the right proceed in collected walk to X 10 5.5 He seems to be swinging his quarters about abit ? try to keep him thinking and marching time
9 X collected canter right and at B turn right. A turn down the
centre line. D to M half pass
right. 10 7 Try to keep the energy through the half pass and I think he is stiffening through his back
10 At M a simple change of leg (transition to walk should be
direct) 10 6 Simple change could be more defined
11 HEK medium canter. At K collected canter 10 6 Needs more energy in the medium steps
12 A turn down the centre line D to H half pass left 10 5 Lost the canter rhythm onto the centre line and quarters leading in the half pass
13 H Transition to working trot. C transition to medium
walk. 10 6 Losing activity through the transitions
14 M E Change the rein in extended walk at E collected walk
20 15 Wow across the arena in 4 extended steps ? that has to be a world record!
15 Before K collected canter left. A turn down the centre
line 10 6 A little late and abrupt in the turn onto centre line
16 X Halt. Rein back three steps. Proceed in collected
trot 10 7 Could be braver in the rein back steps but obedient
17 Before G Halt. Salute. Leave the arena free walk on a long rein 10 8 Very obedient and square to halt
18 Regularity rhythm and freedom of paces 20 15 Horace has huge scope in his paces ? he just needs to keep active and forward to show them off!
19 Impulsion (desire to move forwards, elasticity of steps and suppleness of back) 20 14 Try to keep him energetic ? maybe he finds it a little difficult to carry you as you are so tall and he is just a little chap!
20 Submission (acceptance of aids, confidence, balance, lightness and ease of movements) 20 14 What a trier he is and very obedient!
21 Application of aids and position of rider. 20 14 Very elegantly ridden!
Tips and advice.
A hard test for such a young horse. Keep up the hard work and the 2016 Olympics may be a possibility for this combination!!!
SCORING EXPLAINED:0= not performed. 1= very bad.2=fairly bad. 3= bad. 4=insufficient. 5=sufficient. 6=satisfactory. 7= fairly good. 8=good. 9= very good. 10=excellent. Half marks will be used.
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