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on September 20, 2012 at 11:02 AM
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11:13 AM on September 20, 2012
ADVANCED DRESSAGE TEST 14
NAME AND AGE OF RIDER
(IF 16 OR UNDER) Lara Foster
NAME AND AGE OF HORSE Horace
JUDGED BY: THE INTERDRESSAGE TEAM
TIPS AND ADVICE BY:
Score; 169.5 percentage; 65.19%
MOVEMENTS MAX. MARK JUDGE?S MARK COMMENTS
1 A Enter at collected canter right. At X halt and salute
(transition should be direct) 10 7 Very active entry from Horace but obedient to halt!
2 Proceed at collected trot. At C track left. HXF change the rein
in medium trot, just
before F working trot. 10 6 A little keen in the collected trot and drifting right on move off from halt. Losing some rhythm in medium steps but very keen!
3 A Proceed down the centre line D collected trot D to X shoulder
in right. 10 5 Losing the trot rhythm on the centre line
4 X Circle right 10m in collected trot 10 6 Some lovely energy but try not to let him trot too fast
5 On returning to X circle left 10m in collected trot 10 5.5 Oh I think he was a little keen then and almost left the arena. Well done for keeping him in control!
6 X to G shoulder in left 10 5.5 Try not to let him canter in the shoulder in but he is very clever to be able to do that
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 6 Lovely active walk steps try to keep him marching through the demi-pirouette
8 Between X and E demi - pirouette to the right proceed in collected walk to X 10 6 Very precise through the demi-pirouette but always encourage him to march time so he doesn?t jump
9 X collected canter right and at B turn right. A turn down the
centre line. D to M half pass
right. 10 6.5 Very obedient in the canter transition, lost the activity a little in the half pass and almost lost direction but well corrected!
10 At M a simple change of leg (transition to walk should be
direct) 10 7 A little late in the change but technically very good!
11 HEK medium canter. At K collected canter 10 6 Try to keep him active in the longer medium steps
12 A turn down the centre line D to H half pass left 10 6 Remember to keep squeezing him forward in the half pass.
13 H Transition to working trot. C transition to medium
walk. 10 7 Always encourage him to remain forward in the transitions
14 M E Change the rein in extended walk at E collected walk
20 14 Very good ground coverage in the extended walk, make sure he does a transition back to collected walk
15 Before K collected canter left. A turn down the centre
line 10 5.5 A think he may be being a little cheeky here and being on the wrong leg but he is very active
16 X Halt. Rein back three steps. Proceed in collected
trot 10 7 Very obedient a straight in the rein back, some loss of rhythm as he trotted forward
17 Before G Halt. Salute. Leave the arena free walk on a long rein 10 7.5 A beautiful salute!
18 Regularity rhythm and freedom of paces 20 14 I think Horace has very promising paces, sometimes he just gets a little excited and he then loses the rhythm
19 Impulsion (desire to move forwards, elasticity of steps and suppleness of back) 20 14 He has so much energy ! Try to always encourage him to relax
20 Submission (acceptance of aids, confidence, balance, lightness and ease of movements) 20 14 He is a very good boy and remains obedient even when he is bursting with energy.
21 Application of aids and position of rider. 20 14 You rode him very well, keep training him and you will be superstars!
Tips and advice.
A very hard test for such a young rider...Horace looked after you and did all that was asked of him- keep up the good work- your knowledge of these advanced movements and execution of them is impressive. Well done
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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