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Note 1: Only snaffle bridle is allowed for CCI 2* level (no double bridle).
Note 2: All trot work must be executed “sitting” unless the term “rising” is used in the test.
RIDER #6942
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NAME:Josey Thompson
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Max Pts:220
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Final Score:0.60
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JUDGE:Ida Norris
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FEI 2* Test Ajudged 4/9/21
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TESTDIRECTIVESPOINTS*TOTALREMARKS
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1A

C
Enter working trot

Track left
Regularity, rhythm and
straightness.
Bend and balance in the
turn.
7.57.5Horses shoulders slightly rotaled right throughout centerline/ ( ie needs linear straightness through neck shoulders until G ) rider to be more upright through core
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2S
R
P
V
Turn left towards R
Turn right
Turn right towards V
Turn left
Regularity and rhythm.
Bend and balance in the
turns.
6.56.5needs energy/impulsion- bend farily steady- unsure about geometry from lack of markers
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3P-I
I-C
C
Leg yield to the left
Working Trot
Track right
Regularity and clarity of
trot, alignment, balance
and flow.
6.56.5needs to be on left seatbone( rider collapse over rt side and weight on the right), horse needs more crosssing and balance
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4R-L
L-A
A
Leg yield to the right
Working trot
Track left
Regularity and clarity of
trot, alignment, balance
and flow.
6.56.5lacks weight on right seatbone and lacks right leg/ horwse needs balance and improved crossing
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5F-X-H

H
Medium trot (sitting or rising)

Working trot
The regularity and rhythm; the
development of the
lengthened strides; the
transitions.
44this is a very very conservastive lenghtehening but not a medium, additionally poll low and neck short
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6CMedium walkTransition to walk;
regularity of the steps.
6.56.5active but only tracks up
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7M-VFree walk on a long rein Regularity, activity,
suppleness over the back,
over-track, allowing
complete freedom to
stretch the neck forward
and downward.
6.56.5appreciated the stretch but appears to have no overtrack
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8V-K-DMedium walkTransition to medium
walk; regularity of the
steps, rhythm, outline,
acceptance of the
contact.
66some tension in rhythm while picking up the reins / neck slightly short and poll appears at times braced
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9DHaltThe transition to halt,
immobility, the balance
and engagement of the
hind leg.
5.55.5poll low and unbalanced halt.. horse lowering neck constantly i.e. poll low ( no immobi9lity)
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10D


F
Rein-back 3-4 steps and proceed working trot

Turn left
The balance and regularity of the steps; the acceptance of the contact.
Transition to trot, quality
of the trot, balance in
the turn.
44poll and shoulders low and dragging feet in the rein back, 3-4 stesp of walk prior to trot.. should move in a diagonal backwards and forwqard immediately to trot
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11P-V



V-K-A-F
20-meter half circle, with a transition to working canter left lead over center line.

Working canter
Balance and acceptance
of the aids in the
transition; accuracy of
transition; quality of
canter.
6.56.5needs baLANCE AND CONNECTION THROUGH DEPART , needs jump" impulsion"
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12F-R


Between R-M
Show some Medium canter strides

Develop working canter
The balance and lengthening of the strides and the transitions.5.55.5extrem ely small/ conservative / you did show an energy change.. this uphill at the shoulders balanced and increased engagment is the blance for a very good working canter for you..
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13H-B

Over I
Change rein

Give and retake the reins for 3-4 strides
Clear release of reins;
maintaining balance and
engagement.
55poll verry low... unable to see any significant rtelease ??? reins were near soft or slack that I can see and shoulder sand poll llow
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14B-FCounter canter Balance and quality of
canter.
6.56.5needs impulsion
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15F-A-K-VWorking trotTransition to trot;
regularity and rhythm and
balance in corners.
6.56.5p[oll and shoulders dropping / rider soft and curving tghrough core
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16V-P



P-F-A-K
20-meter half circle, with a transition to working canter right lead over center line.

Working canter
Balance and acceptance of
the aids in the transition;
accuracy of transition;
quality of canter.
Balance and bend in
corners.
6.56.5Needs more impulsion and engament
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17K-S


Between S-H
Show some Medium canter strides

Develop working canter
The balance and
lengthening of the strides
and the transitions.
55marginal.. truly a very small energy change / this really is just the imnpulsion for a good working canter
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18M-E

Over I
Change rein

Give and retake the reins for 3-4 strides
Clear release of reins,
maintaining balance and
engagement.
55horse shows a clear disturbance in connection so that may be the "retaking" of the reins.. but the camera does not show a CLEAR RELEASE
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19E-K

K
Counter canter

Working trot
Balance and quality of
canter; transition to trot;
regularity, rhythm and
balance in corner.
77could be more uphill
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20A

L
Down center line

Halt, salute
Straightness on center
line; transition to halt;
immobility.
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Leave arena in free walk.
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COLLECTIVE MARKSPOINTSTOTALREMARKS
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1Harmony of Athlete and HorseA confident partnership
created by adhering to the
scale of training.
6212rider needs core stretghth and correct blanced aaids for impulsion to produce changes for medium gaits and understaing of clear realse with up0hill blance fore the horse
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Th is is an attractive horse and rider with lots of potential. rider to focus on correct core alignment and clear centered weight ( in the fdirection horse is moveing). work to establish clear uphioll balance as horse was often poll low and marginally short in the neck. medium gaits require alot of imupsion and uphill balance through the shoulders.
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PLEASE : WE NEED A CLEAR LETTER MARKER FOR EACH LETTER.. SMALL ORANGE CONES FROM THE DOLLAR STORE WILL DO. BUT IT NEEDS TO BE UNIFORM AND MORE RECOGNIZABLE. WITHOUT CLEAR UNIFORM LETTER MARKERS IT IS DIFFICULT TO ASSESS YOUR GEOMETRY/ACCURACY WHICH IS APPROX %33 PERCENT OF THE SCORE.
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POINTS:133
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ERRORS:0
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SUBTOTAL:133
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SCORE:60.45%
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