Class 7 – Team Dressage February 2018

£30.00£40.00

Team Dressage Event
Closing Date 28th February 2018
Please see below for more details
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Description

Rules

Teams of 3 or 4 riders

Intro B | Prelim 7 | Novice 34 | Elementary 50

One must ride Intro, one Prelim, one Novice and if you are entering as a team of 4, the other rider can choose either Intro, Prelim, Novice or Elementary to enter.

*Restrictions*

– Intro – any horse/rider combo not to have been placed 1st 3 times in any Prelim classes (or above)

– Prelim- any horse/rider combo not to have been placed 1st 3 times in any Novice classes (or above)

– Novice – Open

– Elementary – Open

The best 3 scores in your team will be added together to create your total team score.

Please note – you will receive each riders test sheet with score however the individual classes will not be placed or get rosettes. It is the overall Team Score that will count.

Rosettes from 1st – 10th place! One for every team member!

Prizes!!

Winning Team – E-Rider Fleece Rug EACH with your team name embroidered on PLUS 1 TEAM TROPHY TO KEEP AND A KEYRING EACH!

2nd Place Team – E-Rider Bobble Hat EACH

3rd Place Team – Selection of horse treats EACH

IF THERE ARE MORE THAN 25 TEAMS ENTERED…

Winning Team – E-Rider Fleece Rug with your team name embroidered on, 1 team trophy to keep and a keyring each PLUS E-Rider NUMNAH WITH TEAM NAME ON EACH

2nd Place Team – E-Rider Bobble Hat PLUS E-Rider NUMNAH WITH TEAM NAME ON EACH

3rd Place Team – Selection of horse treats PLUS E-RIDER BOBBLE HAT EACH

 

Rules

20×40 arena

Video from C landscape zooming in at A end of the arena in HD

White boots on horses preferred and show gear on although not necessary.

Smart turn out

Will be marked in accordance to British Dressage.

The horse’s way of going
Your horse should be relaxed, working actively forwards over a soft, supple back through to a steady, even contact.
Your horse should be straight, with the hind feet following in the line of the front feet.
He or she should work with an even bend on circles and turns.
The horse should react to the aids in a calm, responsive manner.
He should maintain the correct rhythm and a suitable tempo.
Your horse should be in balance.

See our E-Lessons for top tips.

Additional information

Team Members

Team of 3, Team of 4