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decoding the results sheet

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  • What does FHND mean in dressage

 
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    03-18-2010, 07:39 PM
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Weanling
Talking decoding the results sheet

I went to my first show a few days ago, and it took me awhile to fully read the comments that I got on my points sheet. The reasons for this is (1) bad hand writings and (2) they use alot of abbreviations, which took me a bit to figure out.
So, I thought it would be useful if there was a list of abbreviations dressage judges might use. This is my list:

- CL = centerline
- STR = straight or stretch
- GD = Good
- " " = same comment as above
- MR = more
- GR = ground
- FWD = forwards
- O = circle
-FHND = forehand
- HLT = hault
-C-line = Center line
- > = more
- < = less
- ^ = up
- v = down ( arrow down)

Anybody have anymore?

These are the ones that I couldn't figure out ...

Some RES tight
Did not ST e F
     
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    03-19-2010, 11:36 AM
  #2
Trained
RES is resistance.
Did not ST e F might be did not stay forward??

When I scribe I try to write out all my comments lol. The sheets end up really hard to read if you're always using abbreviations.

One I do use is I draw a little box and it means "square" (in reference to a halt).
     

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