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All trot work may be ridden sitting or rising, unless specified. Halts may be through the walk. To be ridden in an ordinary snaffle with the reins in both hands.RIDER #6862
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NAME:Jennylee Ravary
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JUDGE:Robyn Nunnally
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Max Pts:270
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Final Score: 65.741%
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CADORA TRAINING LEVEL TEST B
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TESTDIRECTIVESPOINTS*TOTALREMARKS
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1A

X
Enter working trot. Halt. Salute. Proceed
working trot.
Straightness on centre line. Quality of transitions,
& halt.
77straight entry
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2C

E
Track left. Circle left 20m.

Proceed to F.
Quality of turn & of trot. Roundness of circle.77steady
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3FXHChange rein, working
trot.
Straightness on diagonal.
Quality of trot.
6.56.5could be softer in jaw
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4Btw C&MWorking canter, right lead. Proceed to B.Quality of transition. Rhythm of canter.77prompt
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5BCircle right 20m.Roundness of circle.
Quality of canter.
6.5213could be more relaxed in connectionk
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6Btw B&FWorking trot.Smoothness of transition.
Quality of trot.
77
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7Btw F&AMedium walk to K.Quality of transition & trot.77
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8KXHLoop, free walk.Quality & rhythm of walk.6212inconsistent stretch
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9HCMedium walk.Quality of transition & of
walk.
77
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10CB

B
Working trot.

Circle right 20m allowing the horse to stretch forward & downward. Before B,
shorten the reins
Forward / downward stretch over the back into light contact maintaining balance & quality of trot. Shape / size of circle,
bend. Transitions
5.5211very little stretch shown, fussy with nose
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11BFAK

KXM
Working trot.

Change rein, working trot.
Quality of trot. Straightness on diagonal.77
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12Btw C&HWorking canter, left
lead. Proceed to E.
Quality of transition &
canter.
77
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13ECircle left 20m.Roundness of circle.
Quality of canter.
7214
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14Btw E&KWorking trot.Smoothness & balance of
transition. Quality of trot.
77
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15KA

A

X
Working trot.

Turn down centre line.

Halt. Salute.
Quality of trot & turn at A. Straightness on centre line. Quality of transition & halt.66inattentive at halt
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Leave arena in walk.
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COLLECTIVE MARKSPOINTSTOTALREMARKS
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1GaitsFreedom and regularity7214
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2ImpulsionDesire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness of the back and engagement of the hind quarters.6.5213nicely forward but some tension in poll and neck sometimes
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3SubmissionAttention, confidence, ease of the movements, acceptance of the bit, lightness of forehand6.5213could be steadier to bit
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4RiderPosition and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids.6212keep attention on you
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Further Remarks: lovely pair with bright future!
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POINTS:177.5
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ERRORS:0
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SUBTOTAL:177.5
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SCORE:65.741%
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EXTRA FEEDBACK:
I really enjoyed watching you and your wonderful horse! You two are a great team!
There is some tension in the canters. Work on maintaining the suppleness with circles of varying sizes and maybe some serpentines coming on and off the rail. When showing, you of course want to show inside bend, but at home practice some counter flexing (slight) too. Also work on some forward and back speed changes in the canter to help with responses to your aids. All of this is improve suppleness and bend.
In both the walk and trot stretches, I’d like to see the horse more actively stretching with the entire body and maintaining that stretch longer. Just a couple strides isn’t long enough. The stretch needs to begin as you cross the first letter and end at the 2nd letter. The poll should lower, ideally to the point that the muzzle is midway down the cannon bone or the poll is lower than the withers (either is fine), and the nose should stretch well out in front of vertical. Both elements must be present to meet the requirements of a successful stretching movement. Practice that you are asking for it, and also doing some subtle reminders to keep the horse there until you pick the reins back up for the working gait.
Likewise, keep the attention during the halts. The focus has to be on you and not what else is happening in the ring.
I appreciated your aligned and centered position. A very elegant pair!

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