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PURPOSE: Level 2 tests confirm that the horse, having achieved the impulsion required in Level 1, now accepts more weight on the hindquarters (collection); moves with an uphill tendency especially in the lengthened paces; and is reliably and lightly on the bit. A greater degree of straightness, bending, suppleness, balance and self-carriage is required than at Level 1.

The collected jog must be ridden sitting.
RIDER #6770
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NAME:Chelsea Hackbarth
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JUDGE:Robyn Nunnally
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Max Pts:280
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Final Score: 66.964%
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WDAA LEVEL 2 TEST 2
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TESTDIRECTIVESPOINTS*TOTALREMARKS
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1A

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Enter collected jog
Halt, salute,
Proceed collected jog
Straightness; regularity and quality of the jog; willing, smooth transitions in and out of square, straight halt; immobility; willingness.77fairly straight
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2I -S

S - V
Half circle left 10m
Haunches-in left
Balance and bend on the half circle; angle, bend and balance maintaining tempo in haunches-in; regularity and quality of jog.6212more bend through body
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3KCollected lope, left leadWilling, smooth transition; balance and bend in corner; regularity and quality of the lope.6.56.5maintain supple jaw
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4ACircle left 20m, lengthened lopeModerate lengthening of stride and frame with consistent tempo; balance and bend on circle; regularity and quality of the lope66could show more power and length of stride
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5ACircle left 10m collected lopeBalance and bend on the circle; regularity and quality of the lope.6.56.5slight loss of suppleness
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6F - X - H

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Change rein, collected lope
Simple change of lead
Balance and bend in corners; straightness on diagonal; regularity and quality of the lope and walk; clear, balanced, smooth transition.8216good transitions
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7CCircle right 20m, lengthened lope Moderate lengthening of stride and frame with consistent tempo; balance and bend on circle; regularity and quality of the lope.5.55.5falling in; steps could be longer
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8CCircle right 10m, collected lopeBalance and bend on the circle and in the corner; regularity and quality of the lope66shoulders fall in/down
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Change rein, collected lope
Simple change of lead
Balance and bend in corners; straightness on diagonal; regularity and quality of the lope and walk; clear, balanced, smooth transition.8216
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10FWorking walkWilling, smooth transition; regularity and quality of the walk.77
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11P - S

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Free walk
Working walk
Horse willing to freely stretch the neck forward and down; relaxation; swing through the back; ground cover; willing, smooth transitions, regularity and quality of the walks7214active in stretch and steps
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12HHalt 3 seconds, rein back 6 steps,
proceed collected jog
Willing, smooth transition to square, straight halt and back; immobility; willingness.66halt not square; RB could be more willing and straight
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13CTurn right down centerline, collected jog BBalance and bend in the turn; straightness; regularity and quality of the jog.77
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14L - V

V - S
Half circle right 10m, collected jog
Haunches-in right
Balance and bend on the half circle; angle, bend and balance maintaining tempo in haunches-in; regularity and quality of jog5.5211minimal bend/angle
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15S - M

M - V

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Continue on the rail, collected jog
Lengthen the stride in jog
Collected jog
Balance and bend in the corners; moderate lengthening of frame and stride with consistent tempo and balanced transitions; regularity and quality of jog6.56.5could be better balanced
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Down centerline
Halt, salute
Balance and bend in the turn; straightness; regularity and quality of the jog; balance in transition to square, straight halt; immobility77
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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.6.5213improve power and balance from HQ; angle/bend through the body for lateral work
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3Rider’s Position, Seat, and HandsWell-balanced elastic seat demonstrating vertical, centered alignment, with light independent contact from hand(s)77
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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 tests6.56.5add greater response to leg aids
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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 performance7214
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some nice moments - very obedient and willing horse!
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POINTS:187.5
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ERRORS:0
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SUBTOTAL:187.5
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SCORE:66.964%
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