- - Dressage Sheet
|ChingazMyBoy ||05-27-2009 06:30 AM |
My friends and I next year are going to make up a mini dressage compition between us, I was wondering what you think the course should be. It will be very low leveled. Replys now would be great so we can start working with our horses:)
Not that I'm planning to attempt anything major with Chinga at the moment.
|eventerdrew ||05-27-2009 03:20 PM |
if you are looking for something other than the AUS dressage tests, the US ones are good :)
|StormyBlues ||05-27-2009 04:23 PM |
useventing.com, there is all the USEA dressage tests.
|ChingazMyBoy ||05-27-2009 09:58 PM |
Thanks, I'll have a look at them when I get home, I made one up that is very simple but I don't think it is long enough. I will post it when I get home.
|StormyBlues ||05-27-2009 10:05 PM |
Most low level tests are only 2-3 minutes
|ChingazMyBoy ||05-27-2009 10:15 PM |
Thanks this one would most likely be less then a minute lol. I haven't tested it yet.
|StormyBlues ||05-27-2009 10:19 PM |
Haha! Try including serpentines, extended gaits, collected gaits, diferent sized circles, leg yeilds, etc. to spice it up a little?
|ChingazMyBoy ||05-29-2009 05:08 AM |
.........I'm glad I've got a year to prepare, with the sound of that StormyBlues.
|eventerdrew ||05-29-2009 10:17 AM |
if you are doing a low level test i wouldnt include leg yields or collected/extended gates. That might be bit out of reach for most lower level horses. Serpentines and circles and changes of diagonals are always good though.
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