Dressage Team Harmony With Horse & Rider

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Demonstration by Iola Evans BHSII & staff of the Rheidol Riding Centre. Website *******www.rheidol-riding-c...
Demonstration by Iola Evans BHSII & staff of the Rheidol Riding Centre. Website *******www.rheidol-riding-centre****** A fun evening which may answer many of the questions asked and perhaps inspire you to compete yourselves. Tests ridden in shows are used as a measure of the correctness of the horse's (and rider's) schooling. The scoring scale is as follows: 10-Excellent, 9-Very good, 8-Good, 7-Fairly good, 6-Satisfactory, 5-Sufficient, 4-Insufficient, 3-Fairly bad, 2-Bad, 1-Very bad, 0-Not performed The collective marks are based on: Gaits - the freedom and regularity of the horse's movement. Impulsion - the horse's desire to move forward, elasticity of steps, roundness. Submission - the horse's attention and confidence, harmony with rider, lightness of movements, and acceptance of the bit. Rider's position and seat - correctness and effect of the aids.
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