INTERMEDIATE LEVEL DRESSAGE TESTS

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL DRESSAGE TESTS USEF EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION 2014 INTERMEDIATE EVENTING TEST A Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made en...
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INTERMEDIATE LEVEL DRESSAGE TESTS USEF EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION 2014 INTERMEDIATE EVENTING TEST A Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson, a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. A double bridle with cavesson noseband, i.e. bit and bridoon with curb chain (made of metal or leather) is also permitted. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 60m (standard) 3) Time: Approximately 4:30 TEST 1.

2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

18. 19. 20.

DIRECTIVES

POINTS

A Enter collected trot. X Halt, salute, proceed collected trot. C Track left. H - E Shoulder-in left.

Straightness on center line and in halt, quality of trot, prompt, balanced transitions. Bend and balance in turn. Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance in shoulder-in. E Circle left 10 meters. Balance, shape, bend and size of circle. Quality of trot. E - K Travers left. Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance. FXH Medium trot. Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of frame with elasticity, suspension, straightness. H Collected trot. Clear balanced transition. M - B Shoulder-in right Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance in shoulder-in. B Circle right 10 meters. Balance, shape, bend and size of circle. Quality of trot; B - F Travers right. Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance. A Halt. Quality and immobility of halt. A Rein back 4-5 steps, proceed medium walk. Willingness of rein back, transitions, quality of medium walk. K - B Extended walk. Lengthening of frame and stride, the extension. B - R Medium walk. Quality of medium walk, transitions. Before R Shorten stride in walk. The regularity of walk in shortening of stride R Collected canter left lead. The calmness and straightness of depart M Half circle left 10 m, returning to the track at B Balance and size of half circle, quality of canter P - V Half circle right 20 m in counter canter Quality and balance in counter canter; size of half circle; bend V - E Collected canter The transitions, the regularity of the walk E (Simple change) (3-5 steps). The straightness of the canter. M - P Medium canter. Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of frame with elasticity, engagement, straightness P Collected canter. Clear, well defined transitions F Half circle right 10 m, returning to the track at B. Balance and size of half circle. Quality of canter. R- S Half circle left 20 m in counter canter Quality and balance in counter canter, size of half circle, bend. S - E Collected canter The transitions, the regularity of the walk (3-5 steps). E (Simple change) The straightness of the canter.

21. F - R Medium canter

Consistent tempo, moderate lengthening of frame with elasticity, engagement, straightness. Clear, well defined transitions. Quality of turn and straightness on center line Prompt, balanced transition; immobile, attentive halt.

RMCHS Collected canter 22. S Half circle left 10 m. G Halt, salute.

10

10 10 10 10

10 10 10 10 10 10 x 2 10 10 10 10 10 10

10 10 10

10

10

Leave arena free walk on a long rein at a. all trot work performed sitting unless stated otherwise.

CoLLECtivE marKS: gaits

Freedom and regularity.

impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness 10 of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

Submission

Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence. Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

rider

Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids.

10

10

total possible points: 270

Effective date: December 1, 2013. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation. ©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

Color of Horse: ______________________ Distinguishing Marks: _________________

Competitor No.

UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION, INC. 2014 INTERMEDIATE EVENTING TEST A (For Intermediate Level Horse Trials and Combined Tests) Conditions: Arena: 20m x 60 m (standard)

Coefficient

Ride Time: Approximately 4:30

1. A X C

TEST

DIRECTIVES

Enter collected trot.

Straightness on centerline and in halt

Halt, salute, proceed

Quality of trot,

collected trot.

prompt, balanced transitions.

Track Left.

2. H - E

Shoulder-in left.

3. E

Circle left 10 meters.

4. E - K

Travers left.

Bend and balance in turn Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance in shoulder-in Balance, shape, bend and size of circle. Quality of trot; Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance

5. FXH

Medium trot.

Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of

REMARKS

POINTS



TOTAL

frame with elasticity, suspension, straightness H 6. M - B

Shoulder-in right

7. B

Circle right 10 meters.

8. B - F

Travers right

Clear balanced transition Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance in shoulder-in Balance, shape, bend and size of circle. Quality of trot; Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance

9.A

Halt.

Quality and immobility of halt

10. A

Rein back 4-5 steps,

Willingness of reinback,

proceed medium walk.

transitions, quality of medium walk

Extended walk.

Lengthening of frame and stride, the

11. K-B

collected trot.

2

extension 12. B-R

Medium walk.

Quality of medium walk, transitions

13. Before R

Shorten stride in walk.

The regularity of walk in shortening of stride

Collected canter left lead.

The calmness and straightness of depart

Half circle left 10 m

Balance and size of half circle

returning to the track at B

Quality of canter

Half circle right 20 in counter

Quality and balance in counter canter;

canter

size of half circle; bend

16. V-E

Collected canter

The transitions, the regularity of the walk

E

(Simple change)

(3-5 steps). The straightness of the canter.

Medium canter.

Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of

R 14. M 15. P-V

17. M-P

frame with elasticity, engagement, straightness P

Collected canter.

Clear, well defined transitions

Half circle right10 m

Balance and size of half circle

returning to the track at B

Quality of canter

Half circle left 20 in counter

Quality and balance in counter canter;

canter

size of half circle; bend

20. S-E

Collected canter

The transitions, the regularity of the walk

E

(Simple change)

(3-5 steps). The straightness of the canter.

Medium canter

Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of

18. F 19. R-S

21. F-R

frame with elasticity, engagement, straightness RMCHS 22. S G

Collected canter

Clear, well defined transitions

Half circle left 10m

Quality of turn and straightness on centerline Prompt, balanced transition; immobile, attentive halt

Halt, salute.

Leave arena free walk on a long rein at A. All trot work performed sitting, unless otherwise stated. COLLECTIVE MARKS: Gaits

Freedom and regularity.

Impulsion

Desire to move forward.

Elasticity of the steps.

Suppleness of the back and engagement of the hind quarters. Submission

Acceptance of the bridle.

Attention and confidence

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of Movement Rider

Position and seat. Correctness and effect of aids.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS:

270

Scoring Procedures for Eventing:

Errors:

A) Divide the good marks (minus any error of course of test) by the maximum good marks obtainable.

1st _____ -2

B) Multiply by 100 and round the result to one decimal digit. This value is shown as the individual mark for the judge

2nd _____ -4

C) Subtract the value form 100. The result is the score in penalty points.

3rd _____ -6 Total Penalties:

Judge's Signature

FINAL PENALTY SCORE:

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL DRESSAGE TESTS U.S. EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION 2014 INTERMEDIATE TEST B Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson, a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. A double bridle with cavesson noseband, i.e. bit and bridoon with curb chain (made of metal or leather) is also permitted. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 60m (standard) 3) Time: Approximately 5:15 TEST 1.

2.

A Enter collected trot. I Halt, salute, proceed collected trot. C Track right M - B Shoulder-in right.

3.

B - F Travers right.

4.

KXM Medium Trot (rising or sitting).

5.

M Collected trot. H - E Shoulder-in left.

6.

E - K Travers left.

7.

FXH Medium trot.

DIRECTIVES

H Collected trot. C Halt. C Rein back 4-5 steps, proceed medium walk. M - V Extended walk. V - A Medium walk. Before A Shorten the stride in walk. A Collected canter left lead. 13. F to R Medium canter. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

R Collected canter. 14. C - A Serpentine 3 loops quarter line to quarter line. 15. PXS Change rein. Between S & H Simple change of lead. 16. M - P Medium canter. P Collected canter. 17. A - C Serpentine 3 loops quarter line to quarter line. 18. RXV Change rein. Between V & K Simple change of lead. 19. A Down center line. L Halt, salute.

POINTS

Straightness on center line; immobile, attentive halt. Prompt balanced transitions. Bend and balance in turn. Consistent tempo, quality of trot, angle, bend and balance in shoulder-in. Consistent tempo, quality of trot, change of positioning at B, angle, bend and balance. Consistent tempo, moderate lengthening of frame with uphill balance. Well defined, straight, balanced transition. Consistent tempo, quality of trot, angle, bend and balance in shoulder-in. Consistent tempo, quality of trot, change of positioning at E. Angle, bend and balance. Consistent tempo, moderate lengthening of frame with uphill balance. Well defined, straight, balanced transition. Quality and immobility of halt. Willingness of rein back transitions. Lengthening of frame and stride extension. Quality and regularity of medium walk. Regularity in shortening walk, calmness. Smoothness straightness of depart. Consistent tempo, moderate lengthening of frame with uphill balance. Well defined, straight, balanced transition. Quality of canter, balance, bend and geometry of serpentine.

10

Straightness, quality of canter and walk. Calmness of transitions. Lengthening of frame and stride, straightness, transitions.

10

Consistent tempo, moderate lengthening of frame with uphill balance. Well defined, straight, balanced transition. Straightness, quality of canter and walk, calmness of transitions.

10

Quality of canter, bend and balance in turns. Straightness, prompt, balanced transition. Immobile, attentive halt.

10

10 10 10

10 10 10

10 10 10 x 2 10 10 10

10

10

10

Leave arena free walk on a long rein at A. All trot work performed sitting unless otherwise stated.

COLLECTIVE MARKS: Gaits

Freedom and regularity.

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness 10 of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

Submission

Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence. Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider

Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids.

10

10

Total possible points: 240 Effective date: December 1, 2013. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation. ©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

Competitor No.

Color of Horse: ______________________ Distinguishing Marks: _________________

UNITED STATE EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION, INC. 2014 INTERMEDIATE EVENTING TEST B (For Intermediate Level Horse Trials and Combined Tests)

Coefficient 1. A I C

TEST

DIRECTIVES

Enter collected trot.

Straightness on centerline; immobile,

Halt, salute, proceed

attentive halt

collected trot.

Prompt balanced transitions

Track right

Bend and balance in turn Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance in shoulder-in Consistent tempo; quality of trot; change of positioning at B; angle, bend and balance Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of frame with uphill balance

2. M - B

Shoulder-in right.

3. B - F

Travers right.

4. KXM

Medium trot (rising or sitting).

M

Collected trot.

5. H - E

Shoulder-in left.

6. E - K

Travers left.

7. FXH

Medium trot.

Points

TOTAL



Well defined, straight, balanced transition Consistent tempo; quality of trot; angle, bend and balance in shoulder-in Consistent tempo; quality of trot; change of positioning at E; angle, bend and balance Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of frame with uphill balance

Collected trot.

Well defined, straight, balanced transition

8. C

Halt.

Quality and immobility of halt

9. C

Rein back 4-5 steps,

Willingness of reinback transitions

H

REMARKS

proceed medium walk. 10. M - V

Extended walk.

Lengthening of frame and stride extension

11. V - A

Medium walk.

Quality and regularity of medium walk

12. Before A A 13. F to R

Shorten the stride in walk.

Regularity in shortening walk, calmness

Collected canter left lead.

Smoothness straightness of depart Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of frame with uphill balance.

Medium canter. Collected canter.

Well defined, straight, balanced transition

14. C - A

Serpentine 3 loops quarter

Quality of canter, balance, bend and

line to quarter line.

geometry of serpentine

15. PXS

Change rein.

Straightness, quality of canter and walk

R

between S & H

Simple Change of lead

Calmness of transitions

16. M - P

Medium canter.

Lengthening of frame and stride,

collected canter.

straightness, transitions Consistent tempo; moderate lengthening of frame with uphill balance.

P 17. A - C

Serpentine 3 loops quarter line to quarter line.

Well defined, straight, balanced transition

18. RXV

Change rein.

Straightness, quality of canter and walk,

between V & K

Simple change of lead

calmness of transitions

19. A

Down Centerline

Quality of canter, bend and balance in turns Straightness, prompt, balanced transition; immobile, attentive halt

L

Halt, salute.

2

Leave arena free walk on long rein at A. All trot work performed sitting, unless otherwise stated. COLLECTIVE MARKS: Gaits

Freedom and regularity.

Impulsion

Desire to move forward.

Elasticity of the steps

Suppleness of the back and engagement of the hind quarters. Submission

Acceptance of the bridle.

Attention and confidence

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of Movement Rider

Position and seat. Correctness and effect of aids.

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS:

240

Scoring Procedures for Eventing:

Errors:

A) Divide the good marks (minus any error of course of test) by the maximum good marks obtainable.

1st ___

-2

B) Multiply by 100 and round the result to one decimal digit. This value is shown as the individual mark for the judge

2nd __

-4

C) Subtract the value form 100. The result is the score in penalty points.

3rd ___

E

Total Penalties:

Judge's Signature

FINAL PENALTY SCORE: