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Title: HORSE SCORE


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HORSE SCORE
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The Training Scale Stage of Engagement
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Rhythm
  • The Regularity and Tempo
  • Regularity Correct sequence of the footfall
  • Tempo speed of the rhythm
  • Strides should be of equal distance and of equal
    duration

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Suppelness
  • Elasticity and Freedom from anxiety
  • The horse is working through its back and the
    muscles are free from tension
  • Content happy expression
  • Elasticity of the steps
  • Quiet mouth chewing on the bit
  • Swinging tail with the tail carried
  • Soft and ryhthmical breathing

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Contact
  • Acceptance of the bit and aids
  • Contact of the longers hand and the horses
    mouth.
  • The horse seeks the contact
  • The longer provides the contact
  • The poll is the highest point, the nose is in
    front of the vertical

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Impulsion
  • Increase Energy from hindquarters
  • Athletic movement of the eager horse
  • The moment of suspension is pronounced (not
    exaggerated)
  • Time of the horse in the air rather than on the
    ground

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Straightness
  • Straightening the horse is a never-ending task,
    since every horse has some degreee of natural
    crookedness.
  • The horse is straight when its forehand is in
    line its hindquarters

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Collection - Gathering
  • Aim of the Collection
  • Devolep and improve the equilibrium of the horse,
    which is more or less displaced by the vaulter
  • To increase the horses ability to lower and
    engage its hind-quarters for the benifit of
    lightness
  • To add to the ease and carrige

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The Canter
  • The canter is a THREE-BEAT PACE, followed by a
    moment of suspension when all feet are in the air
    before the next stride begins.
  • In canter to the right, for example, the footfall
    is as follows
  • left hind,
  • left diagonal (simultaneously left fore and right
    hind),
  • right fore,
  • followed by a moment of suspension with all four
    feet in the air before the next stride begins

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The quality of the canter is judged
  • General impression
  • Regularity and lightness of the three-beat pace
  • Both originating from the acceptance of the
    bridle
  • With a supple poll
  • Engagement of the hindquarters with an active
    hock action
  • Ability to maintain the same rhythm
  • Natural balance
  • The uphill tendency
  • Always remaind straight
  • Slightly flexed at the poll to the inside

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Following canters are recognised
  • Working canter
  • Lengthening of strides
  • Collected canter
  • Medium canter
  • Extended canter

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Working Canter
  • a pace between the collected canter and a medium
    canter (is ready for collected movements)
  • showing natural balance while remaining on the
    bit
  • going forward with even, light and active strides
    and good hock action

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Aims and Essens
  • Aims of the working canter
  • To demonstrate the natural balance in the canter
    in all movements.
  • Essens of working canter
  • The regularity of the three beat rhythm with a
    clear moment of suspension
  • The light and steady contact with the line of the
    nose in front of the vertical and the poll as
    the highest point
  • The suppleness throughout the body and the
    elasticity
  • The energy ,activity,self- carriage, natural
    balance and uphill tendency

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Criteriay for Judging
  • Regularity
  • Suppleness, Looseness
  • Contact
  • Impulsion
  • Straightness
  • Gathering (Shorting the frame on the way to
    collection)
  • Submission

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Regularity
  • Score 10
  • Absolutely regular strides in clear three beats
    throughout the entire
  • performance with a clear moment of suspension
  • Score 3
  • Not in 3 beats throughout the intire
    performance.
  • Lateral strides

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Suppleness, Looseness
  • Score 10
  • Excellent elasticity throughout the body during
    entire performance
  • Score 3
  • No suppleness shown most of the time
  • with a high degree of tension and resistance

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Contact
  • Score 10
  • Light and steady, line of the nose in front of
    the vertical. Showing excellent
  • natural self carriage with the poll as the
    highest point.
  • Score 3
  • Not accepting the bit
  • Extremely heavy on the side reins and/or longe
    line

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Impulsion
  • Score 3
  • Without any energy and the desire to move forward
  • Score 10
  • Very energetic and active strides with well
    engaged hind legs.

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Straightness
  • Score 10
  • Completely straight
  • Score 3
  • Always very crooked.
  • Clear outside bend in the neck

22
Shortening the frame on Gathering the way
to collection.
  • Score 10
  • Active hind legs landing clearly in front of the
    prints of the front feet and carry weight.
  • Giving the impression of an excellent natural
    balance with freedom in the shoulders and
    lightness of the forehand and an uphill tendency
  • Score 3
  • Horse is very unbalanced
  • Extremely down hill

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Submission
  • Score 3
  • A lot of resistance and not enough under the
    longer's control
  • Score 10
  • Without resistance

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Deductions
  • Up to 1 point
  • Longeing on a circle less then 15 m diameter
  • Bad behaviour (buck - kicks)
  • Incorrect longeing (walking out of the centre of
    the circle, loose longe line, twisted longe line,
    inappropriate aids, etc.)
  • Inappropriate dress of the longeur
  • Inappropriate equipment of the horse

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Deductions
  • Up to 1 point
  • Taking time out in order to adjust the equipment
    (one vaulter has to inform the President of the
    Ground Jury in advance)
  • Inappropriate General Impression of the team.
  • Up to 0,5 points
  • Longe tension
  • Passiveness of the horse to longeur aids.

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Give the Scrore
  • Clear three beat canter, constantly behind the
    vertical, pole is not the highest point,
    straight, but the horse has a light outside bend
    in the neck, more engagement from behind, fairly
    good uphill tendancy, canter looks fairly flat,
    regular throuout the performance, light and
    steady contact

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  • Negative aspects
  • constantly behind the vertical, pole is not the
    highest point
  • the horse has a light outside bend in the neck
  • more engagement from behind
  • canter looks fairly flat
  • Positive aspects
  • Clear three beat canter
  • Straight
  • fairly good uphill tendancy
  • regular throuout the performance
  • light and steady contact

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Give the Scrore
  • Clear three beat canter, lacking engergy, nose
    often behind the vertical and pole is not the
    highest point, crooked to the outside throughout
    the performance

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  • Negative aspects
  • lacking engergy
  • nose often behind the vertical and pole is not
    the highest point
  • crooked to the outside throughout the performance
  • Positive aspects
  • Clear three beat canter

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