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PURPOSE: Tests confirm that the horse is supple and moves freely forward in a clear steady rhythm, accepting light contact with the bit. The horse demonstrates greater understanding of the aids and calm acceptance of the bridle; greater emphasis is placed on relaxation, harmony, rideability and pure gaits. The horse is beginning to develop more impulsion and balance.RIDER #7330
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NAME:Charleigh Dueck
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JUDGE:Joann Williams
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Max Pts:240
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Final Score: 60.625%
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WDAA BASIC LEVEL TEST 1
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TESTDIRECTIVESPOINTS*TOTALREMARKS
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1A

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Enter working jog

Halt through the walk, salute Proceed working jog
Straightness; regularity and quality of the jog; willing, smooth transitions in and out of square, straight halt; immobility; willingness.77show clearer walk steps, lost focus in halt
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2CTrack right, working jogBalance and bend in the turn and corner; regularity and quality of the jog.77close your fingers and relax elbows
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Turn right, working jog

Turn left, working jog
Balance and bend in the turns; straightness; regularity and quality of the jog.6.56.5prepare bend sooner
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4A

Before A
Circle left 20m, working jog

Develop working lope, left lead
Balance and bend on circle; regularity and quality of the jog; willing, smooth transition; regularity and quality of the lope.66losing bend and activity, above bit in lope depart
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5ACircle left 20m, working lopeBalance and bend on the circle; regularity and quality of the lope.5.5211tight topline, falling on inside shoulder
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6Between A & FDevelop working jogWilling, smooth transition; balance and bend in the corner; regularity and quality of the jog.5.55.5fell into jog, lost energy in corner
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7Before BWorking walkWilling, smooth transition; regularity and quality of the walk.66tight neck
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8B - H

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Change rein, free walk

Working walk
Horse willing to freely stretch the neck forward and down; relaxation; swing through the back; ground cover; willing, smooth transition; balance and bend in the corner; regularity and quality of the walks.6212relaxed, needs downward stretch
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9Before CDevelop working jogWilling, smooth transition; regularity and quality of the jog.66show more working walk steps
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10C

Before C
Circle right 20m, working jog Develop working lope, right leadBalance and bend on circle; regularity and quality of the jog; willing, smooth transition; regularity and quality of the lope.6.56.5losing energy and getting tight in topline
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11CCircle right 20m, working lopeBalance and bend on the circle; regularity and quality of the lope.6212tense in topline, keep steady contact on both reins
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12Between C & MDevelop working jogWilling, smooth transition; balance and bend in the corner; regularity and quality of the jog.66fell into jog, lost energy in corner
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Before B
Circle right 20m, free jog

Gather the reins, working jog
Stretch forward and downward over topline with relaxation maintaining balance, tempo and regularity of jog; bend on the circle; smooth, willing retake of the reins and transition to working jog.4.529no stretch, losing impulsion
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14A

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Down centerline

Halt through the walk, salute
Balance and bend in the turn; straightness; regularity and quality of the jog; willing, smooth transition; regularity and quality of the walk; balance in downward transition to square, straight halt; immobility.6.56.5some drifting, shifting balance in halt, maintain contact until after salute
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Leave arena at A in a walk with looped or long reins.
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COLLECTIVE MARKSPOINTSTOTALREMARKS
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1GaitsFreedom and regularity77
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2ImpulsionDesire to move forward with suppleness of the back and steady tempo.66loses energy
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3Rider’s Position, Seat, and HandsWell-balanced elastic seat demonstrating vertical, centered alignment, with light independent contact from hand(s)6.56.5keep hands together
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4Rider’s Correct and Effective Use of the AidsEvidenced by the horse's responsiveness; steady elastic connection cultivating athletic expression. Accuracy - precise placement of the figures and transitions, the effectiveness of the rider's aids determines the accurate fulfillment of the required movements of the tests66with hands more together, maintain steady soft contact. prepare bend before turns and execute turns with legs and weight.
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5HarmonyThe horse accepts the aids and influence of the rider with attention, relaxation and confidence; and demonstrates a willing partnership between horse and rider resulting in a free flowing performance6.5213willing horse and mostly accurate rider
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capable attractive pair with a great start. continue to work on impulsion which will improve bending and response to rider aids.
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POINTS:145.5
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ERRORS:0
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SUBTOTAL:145.5
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SCORE:60.625%
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