Because you need 3 tests in a CDI.
For small tour it's PSG, I1 and the I1 FS
For large tour it's GP, GPS and the GP Freestyle.
Young Riders ride a "PSG" freestyle because the three tests are as follows
YR Team, YR Ind (one of which is the PSG) and the YR Freestyle
Young Rider Grand Prix similarly ride an "I2" freestyle and their tests are:
YRGP Team, YRGP Ind (one of which is the I2) and the YRGP FS
Last year when I was not yet confirmed at the I1, I simple did 4th level and PSG, and a 4th level freestyle which has similar requirements to the PSG.
ETA it has always been this way. The FEI can't have FS classes coming out their arseholes so there is only one allowed per "tour". Having a PSG freestyle would be like offering a separate freestyle class for fourth level test one, and fourth level test two and fourth level test three, and third level test 1,2 and 3 would each have their own freestyle, etc...
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Last edited by ~*~anebel~*~; 08-02-2012 at 09:56 PM.