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horserule1
Oct. 6, 2007, 11:46 AM
i plan to do a schooling show with my jumper end of month (she showed dressage when she was an eventer)--have not shown any dressage since then and am wondering where i can find the tests for Training and Level 1???i did buy a few years ago the tests online but they are dated 2003 tests--have Training and Level 1 changed any at all in the new tests??? Need to get these in a hurry --i cant seem to find the online site i got the ones from before--they were great--they wer on a CD and had printouts that showed your track around the arena..Sure would like to find that site again.
thanks for any help

hoopoe
Oct. 6, 2007, 03:27 PM
http://www.usef.org/Contentpage2.aspx?id=dressage


here are the current tests. They change every 4 years

It is easy enough to draw the movements yourself on paper. It might help your memmorise them. You can look for winnie widgets at the tack store, they are printout with diagram.

goeslikestink
Oct. 6, 2007, 03:35 PM
i use coloured pens and then dots and dashes to help remember each test
so canter green and running line blue is trot with broken long e line - - - --
red is walk -------- dashed line changes are x astrias same coloured pen as the pace

so if you had to walk at h say red askria or x then red ---- to say trot at b blue x then broken line- - - - then say canter at A green x contious line and free walk is black pen
halt and starts are donated by a large dot
hahaha if you write down in diferent cloured pens is easier to remeber i think

Elegante E
Oct. 6, 2007, 03:50 PM
How come the tests are so hard to find on the USDF website?????? Seriously, if I hadn't been lead to them by Cothers in the past, I'd never have known the site had them. What is up with that? Not like they don't charge us enough money as members!

OK, B-fest over. LOL.

Dune
Oct. 6, 2007, 03:57 PM
How come the tests are so hard to find on the USDF website?????? Seriously, if I hadn't been lead to them by Cothers in the past, I'd never have known the site had them. What is up with that? Not like they don't charge us enough money as members!

OK, B-fest over. LOL.

I thought the same exact thing!!!! Also, where are the INTRO (walk/trot) tests???? I was looking for that for a kid/pony rider of mine. :confused:

dressagedirectory
Oct. 6, 2007, 06:30 PM
I posted these a while ago. (hopefully still all working!).


Dressage Tests and Diagrams can be obtained as follows :

Full Test Sheets :

a) USDF Intro tests etc

http://www.usdf.org/downloads/forms/index.asp?TypePass=Tests

order the CD

https://www.usdf.org/cgi-bin/commerce.exe?search=action&category=TEST&keyw

b) USEF Training thru 4th Level :

http://www.usef.org/_iframes/breedsdisciplines/discipline/alldressage/dressagetestmov.aspx

or

'Sign in' to your AUA page on the USEF site :

http://www.usef.org/

If you do not have an Authorized User Account (AUA ) then you must create one using your USEF ID.
(Go to the FAQS page www.usef.org/_IFrames/Faqs/auaFAQ.aspx to create a AUA -
if you dont have an ID then follow the instructions to create an ID first)

or

order a booklet from :

http://www.usef.org/documents/disciplines/dressage/DressageBookletOrderForm.pdf

or

go to Dressage Canada which uses the same tests as USEF :

http://www.equinecanada.ca/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=368&Itemid=365&lang=en-GB

(no messing about with any AUA,ID,Password etc,etc needed)


3) Diagrams & Panels online and/or print :

http://www.dressage.net.au/natestdia.html#usefdiagrams ( free to download )
http://www.thedigitalhorse.com/
http://www.dressageillustrated.com/
http://www.whinnywidgets.com/
http://www.equiapps.com/ ( apple products )



4 ) Movement & Arena Diagrams :

http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks3.html
http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks36.html

hoopoe
Oct. 8, 2007, 09:34 AM
since this seems to be one of the most frequently repeated questions on this forum perhaps we can get a sticky!!!

Moderators???

kthxbuy

AllWeatherGal
Oct. 8, 2007, 09:46 AM
;) ... it *is* a sticky as of yesterday!

Thank you SoEasy!

AnotherRound
Oct. 11, 2007, 11:27 AM
So super. Thank you.

Hazelnut
Oct. 22, 2007, 07:57 AM
Compliments of Janet...from the rulebook

The scale of marks is as follows:
10 Excellent
9 Very Good
8 Good
7 Fairly Good
6 Satisfactory
5 Sufficient
4 Insufficient
3 Fairly Bad
2 Bad
1 Very Bad
0 Not executed

Fairview Horse Center
Nov. 11, 2007, 09:23 AM
I have to laugh at this sticky, because if I didn't laugh, I would cry. The USDF website is so hard to find even the most basic information, like TESTS. We need instructions on a different site at how to find these things.

Look at X, stomp your foot 3 times, turn to the left, click on Y 4 times, hold your left hand up, and pray like he*l that the test will appear. <shesh> As if dressage is not enough of a challenge...

carovet
Nov. 18, 2007, 09:48 PM
anyone have a link to the actual test forms for USDF freestyles??

jenm
Nov. 26, 2007, 05:50 PM
-i cant seem to find the online site i got the ones from before--they were great--they wer on a CD and had printouts that showed your track around the arena..Sure would like to find that site again.
thanks for any help

I found this site to be extremely helpful: www.thedigitalhorse.com

It has FEI and USDF tests, diagrams and even drawings of the arena so you even draw your own test to help memorize it. You have to subscribe, but it was well worth it to me! :)

Oldenburg Mom
Dec. 13, 2007, 07:37 AM
Does anyone know where the compulsory movements for freestyle are? Lord, you'd think it was classified, CIA eyes-only, restricted, read-then-die, information!!!

dressagediosa
Dec. 13, 2007, 08:20 AM
http://dressagecanada.org/dcp.asp?pageid=68 has the freestyles as well as the regular tests. I'm 99% sure the Canadians use the same tests as we do.

Oldenburg Mom
Dec. 13, 2007, 08:47 AM
THank you, dd!!! One difference I did notice, however, is it cannot be any *shorter* than 4 minutes 30 seconds. In the USDF, it can be as short as you want, but cannot go OVER 5 minutes. Rule 8-A:
The time limit for all USDF freestyles is five minutes. There is no minimum time requirement.

ec412
Feb. 6, 2008, 10:01 AM
if you are planning on showing at recognized shows and composing a freestyle...it would really make sense to become a member of usdf. You will then be able to receive the directory which has all the tests, freestyle requirements..rules, judging terms..award rules etc. It is a handy little book and I love the new square format!

Trakehnerlover
Mar. 4, 2008, 03:51 PM
http://dressagecanada.org/dcp.asp?pageid=68 has the freestyles as well as the regular tests. I'm 99% sure the Canadians use the same tests as we do.

yes canada does use the same tests as the US except for their intro tests are different

criss
Mar. 10, 2008, 12:48 AM
Okay, soooo, why are the intro tests the hardest to find? It's almost like dressage is an exclusive sport with intentionally high barriers to entry or something... :lol:

My fiance is planning to go to his first schooling show in May, and he thinks now is the appropriate time to start memorizing the tests (which, you know, probably not a terrible idea...and so cute!). Trouble is, the Canadian site is the only one that has the intro tests, and you say they're the only ones that are not the same? Kinda figures, I guess...

Anyone want to just post the intro tests? I can interpret/draw/coach as needed, I just need to know how they go!

Thanks!

flshgordon
Mar. 10, 2008, 12:50 PM
Okay, soooo, why are the intro tests the hardest to find? It's almost like dressage is an exclusive sport with intentionally high barriers to entry or something... :lol:

My fiance is planning to go to his first schooling show in May, and he thinks now is the appropriate time to start memorizing the tests (which, you know, probably not a terrible idea...and so cute!). Trouble is, the Canadian site is the only one that has the intro tests, and you say they're the only ones that are not the same? Kinda figures, I guess...

Anyone want to just post the intro tests? I can interpret/draw/coach as needed, I just need to know how they go!

Thanks!

Criss--this site posted earlier http://www.dressage.net.au/natestdia.html has the intro tests as well.

criss
Apr. 9, 2008, 10:10 PM
Oh my gosh, how rude, i just realized I never posted to thank you for this link! I think when I saw it earlier I thought, well, it's an Australian site...but it does in fact have the correct Intro tests for the US.

So, thanks, Flshgordon, if only a month or so late!

WeDoItAll
Apr. 24, 2008, 11:53 PM
and I need the Intro A/B and the Freestyle thru 2nd level right away for a show I'm putting the paperwork together for this weekend. ANYONE help? criker99@aol.com

Dale Area 1
May. 24, 2008, 10:24 PM
A BIG THANKS! Was looking for the tests and you all helped tremendously !!!

preferred
Aug. 3, 2008, 02:28 PM
Anyone have links for good leadline and beyond but not ready for intro tests that the young kids can use?

Heit
Dec. 1, 2008, 07:26 AM
Dont forget everyone, there will be new FEI tests coming up for 2009...

the link for the FEI tests is
http://www.fei.org/Disciplines/Dressage/Organisers/Pages/Dressage_Tests.aspx

myhorsecouldeatyours
Jan. 1, 2009, 08:30 PM
does anyone have the links to the eventing tests i search on google like '2007 beginner novice dressage test' but nothing really comes up.

links anyone??

myhorsecouldeatyours
Jan. 1, 2009, 10:22 PM
i am so thankful this is here!!

Janet
Jan. 3, 2009, 01:19 PM
does anyone have the links to the eventing tests i search on google like '2007 beginner novice dressage test' but nothing really comes up.

links anyone??
All the Eventing Dressage tests are here
http://www.useventing.com/competitions.php?section=docs
(or just go to www.useventing.com (http://www.useventing.com), click on "competitions" then "documents")

(but I don't think they have updated the new FEI tests).

I think your problem is that they are 2006, not 2007.

RacetrackReject
Jan. 13, 2009, 11:17 AM
Someone on COTH has a video of thier horse falling flat on it's face at X. He did halt though, so I guess that's good news. I think it was someone on the eventing forum, but can't remember. anyway, it's hilarious.

goeslikestink
Mar. 24, 2009, 04:05 PM
I posted these a while ago. (hopefully still all working!).


Dressage Tests and Diagrams can be obtained as follows :


1) Movements

a) USDF Intro Tests :

From the USDF site
( You must be a current member and logged in )

http://www.usdf.org/downloads/forms/index.asp?TypePass=Tests


b) USEF training thru 4th level :

go to the website :

http://www.usef.org/

Click on the following in sequence :

Breeds & Disciplines,
Disciplines,
Dressage,
National Dressage,
2007 USEF DRESSAGE TESTS!

then just
Scroll down and

'Click here for Test Movements'

or go to

http://www.usef.org/_IFrames/breedsDisciplines/discipline/allDressage/dressageTestMov.aspx



2) Full Test Sheets :

a) USDF Intro tests etc
( You must be a current member and logged in )

http://www.usdf.org/downloads/forms/index.asp?TypePass=Tests

order the CD

https://www.usdf.org/cgi-bin/commerce.exe?search=action&category=TEST&keyw

b) USEF Training thru 4th Level :

'Sign in' to your AUA page on the USEF site :

http://www.usef.org/

After signing in, at the bottom of your account page click
Other Options
'2007 Dressage Test Score Sheets'

If you do not have an Authorized User Account (AUA ) then you must create one using your USEF ID.
(Go to the FAQS page www.usef.org/_IFrames/Faqs/auaFAQ.aspx to create a AUA -
if you dont have an ID then follow the instructions to create an ID first)

or

order a booklet from :

http://www.usef.org/documents/disciplines/dressage/DressageBookletOrderForm.pdf

or

go to Dressage Canada which uses the same tests as USEF :

http://www.dressagecanada.org/dcp.asp?pageid=68

(no messing about with any AUA,ID,Password etc,etc needed)


3) Diagrams online and/or print :

http://www.dressage.net.au/natestdia.html ( free to download )
http://www.dressagediagrams.com
http://www.dressageillustrated.com/
http://www.thedigitalhorse.com/
http://www.whinnywidgets.com/

4 ) Blank Test Sheets & Arena Diagrams :

http://www.dressage.net.au/dnlinks3.html

add it to here -- http://www.chronicleforums.com/Forum/showthread.php?t=178116

shakey
Mar. 27, 2009, 08:37 AM
i plan to do a schooling show with my jumper end of month (she showed dressage when she was an eventer)--have not shown any dressage since then and am wondering where i can find the tests for Training and Level 1???i did buy a few years ago the tests online but they are dated 2003 tests--have Training and Level 1 changed any at all in the new tests??? Need to get these in a hurry --i cant seem to find the online site i got the ones from before--they were great--they wer on a CD and had printouts that showed your track around the arena..Sure would like to find that site again.
thanks for any help

Go to USEA website they have tests online

White Pearl
May. 15, 2009, 08:19 AM
Best link I know to the tests, great diagrams and calling texts as well. http://www.dressage.net.au/natestdia.html#usefdiagrams

I print them out and laminate them to create my own test book.

hhfarm
May. 18, 2009, 04:50 PM
I agree--the USDF website is confusing!!! So we're holding a little schooling show at our farm, and I need to order USDF Intro Test A.... Now that I've spent a few quality HOURS on the USDF website... Still can't find it!! Can anyone point me in the right direction of where to buy the USDF Intro Tests blanks for a show? (The blanks for the judge to fill in.)

Thank so much!!! I'm so lost otherwise!!!

monkey9c13
May. 27, 2009, 08:11 AM
Hi, I really need the Junior test but I can't find it anywhere!!!!! usually the list of tests just go up to fourth level so i'm stuck! thanks.

hoopoe
May. 28, 2009, 11:14 PM
Do you mean the Junior/YR tests

those are FEI tests and you can find the link in Heits post above

Oakstable
Jun. 4, 2009, 04:35 PM
When does walk to canter transition appear in a test?

TIA

titansrunfarm
Jun. 5, 2009, 02:09 AM
Best link I know to the tests, great diagrams and calling texts as well. http://www.dressage.net.au/natestdia.html#usefdiagrams

I print them out and laminate them to create my own test book.

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!!
I am such a visual learner and this is an awesome site for me, so much easier then reading the written test whilst finger-following on a 'blank' arena sheet.

hoopoe
Jun. 19, 2009, 08:05 PM
oakstable canter walk is in 2nd level

Janet
Jul. 9, 2009, 05:18 PM
Does anyone know where to find the SCORE SHEETS for Muiscal Freestyle and Pas de Deux?

Peggy
Jul. 9, 2009, 11:38 PM
Here (https://www.usdf.org/cgi-bin/commerce.exe?preadd=action&key=CDRIDE&reference=/cgi-bin/commerce.exe%3Fsearch%3Daction%26keywords%3Dall%26 searchstart%3D0%26template%3DPDGCommTemplates\Full Nav\SearchResult.html%26category%3DTEST) is a page where you can order a CD for $10, but the page also indicates that USDF members can download them for free after logging in (which I was too lazy to try). I found it by Googling within the USDF site.

Janet
Jul. 10, 2009, 12:13 AM
Here (https://www.usdf.org/cgi-bin/commerce.exe?preadd=action&key=CDRIDE&reference=/cgi-bin/commerce.exe%3Fsearch%3Daction%26keywords%3Dall%26 searchstart%3D0%26template%3DPDGCommTemplates\Full Nav\SearchResult.html%26category%3DTEST) is a page where you can order a CD for $10, but the page also indicates that USDF members can download them for free after logging in (which I was too lazy to try). I found it by Googling within the USDF site.
Thanks. I logged on and downloaded them

Sudi's Girl
Jul. 28, 2009, 09:56 PM
I'm putting on a fix-a-test clinic in September, and I simply can't find score sheets for the USEA tests. Anyone know where I can get them?? (I've got the USEF ones covered).

Thanks!!

kostiakot
Aug. 3, 2009, 04:03 AM
Hi hoopoe
thanks for the valuable information

Suganoog
Aug. 5, 2009, 08:29 PM
If you can't find the tests on the USDF site, on the US Pony Clubs site, they have all the lower level tests, intro tests, and some upper level tests as well, it's http://uspcbooks.stores.yahoo.net/dressagetests.html

Janet
Aug. 5, 2009, 11:04 PM
I'm putting on a fix-a-test clinic in September, and I simply can't find score sheets for the USEA tests. Anyone know where I can get them?? (I've got the USEF ones covered).

Thanks!!
While the MOVEMENTS are available on line, the actual test sheets for the eventing dressage tests are NOT available on line. You have to buy the hard copy from USEA.

ETA or from an HT organizer who has extra copies.

Sudi's Girl
Aug. 10, 2009, 07:27 AM
That's what I was afraid of! Thanks Janet :-)

gotorightway123
Sep. 13, 2009, 03:50 PM
How come the tests are so hard to find on the USDF website?????? Seriously, if I hadn't been lead to them by Cothers in the past, I'd never have known the site had them. What is up with that? Not like they don't charge us enough money as members!

goeslikestink
Dec. 8, 2009, 10:58 PM
have you looked on the sticky above as there links in there to dressage tests

Dressageforjuniors
Dec. 16, 2009, 04:22 PM
Hi there!

You can go to USDF.org or USEF.org to find your tests. I have a website that lists both organizations and all you have to do is click where it tells you to and you will be directed to where you need to go. Good luck!

Mtn trails
Dec. 19, 2009, 10:48 PM
I went to the USDF site to try and find the current 2010 Training level tests 3 & 4 the ones that are online are from 2007. Does the USDF have new tests for 2010 like the USEA does? I have a show coming up next month and don't want to memorize the wrong test! Thanks.

jmpnovr
Jan. 2, 2010, 07:58 AM
try pvda.org they are dressage org that has given its memebers the needed service of posting test. took me two months to find the intro tests

Janet
Jan. 10, 2010, 10:53 PM
I went to the USDF site to try and find the current 2010 Training level tests 3 & 4 the ones that are online are from 2007. Does the USDF have new tests for 2010 like the USEA does? I have a show coming up next month and don't want to memorize the wrong test! Thanks.
No, the straight dressage tests don't change until 2011.

Janet
Jan. 10, 2010, 10:55 PM
While the MOVEMENTS are available on line, the actual test sheets for the eventing dressage tests are NOT available on line. You have to buy the hard copy from USEA.

ETA or from an HT organizer who has extra copies.
May change soon.

homerefinance
Feb. 1, 2010, 02:23 AM
Its true you can not find the tests with out paying some thing. Pay for it and you will have the right thing in your hand.
I have read some where in this post that tests are changed after every four years. What is the reason for that?

AnotherRound
May. 21, 2010, 09:00 AM
So that you must pay for it. Again.:lol:

doublesstable
Aug. 12, 2010, 10:40 PM
No, the straight dressage tests don't change until 2011.


I just heard today that the dressage tests will be available this September 2010 and the new tests will be ridden starting in October 2010.........

Is this wrong information??

Thanks

Peggy
Aug. 12, 2010, 11:20 PM
I just heard today that the dressage tests will be available this September 2010 and the new tests will be ridden starting in October 2010.........

Is this wrong information??

ThanksIIRC, in the past they start using them at the beginning of the USEF competition year, or Dec 1. Not sure what happens if there is a show that starts before Dec 1 and ends Dec 1 or later:lol:

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Sep. 13, 2010, 10:25 PM
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daviddwilson
Oct. 2, 2010, 04:39 AM
How come the tests are so hard to find on the USDF website?????? Seriously, if I hadn't been lead to them by Cothers in the past, I'd never have known the site had them. What is up with that? Not like they don't charge us enough money as members!

OK, B-fest over. LOL.

I thought the same exact thing!!!! Also, where are the INTRO (walk/trot) tests???? I was looking for that for a kid/pony rider of mine

relocatedTXjumpr
Nov. 3, 2010, 11:47 AM
I am trying to find Intro Test B...all I have found is some youtube videos...thats it.

WeDoItAll
Nov. 5, 2010, 03:39 PM
Scroll almost all the way to the bottom and you will find the Intro tests (there are now 3 ... Intro C is walk/trot/canter) along with the freestyles, pas de deux, and quadrille.

http://www.usdf.org/downloads/forms/index.asp

Just remembered you have to be a member and log in to see them... if you aren't a member, pm me.

EquiChord
Nov. 8, 2010, 12:21 PM
For those who are planning to do freestyles after Dec. 2010, Here's an overview of how the tests changes will affect you.


http://equichord.blogspot.com/2010/11/2011-dressage-freestyle-tests.html

Riva
Dec. 28, 2010, 08:53 AM
I still can't find just the basic tests. The USDF site seems to just have the Intro tests, freestyle, quadrille and sport horses tests. Not what I need. Anyone know where I can find the others online? (if not, I guess I'll give in and order a booklet.)

belgianWBLuver
Jan. 17, 2011, 05:22 PM
THANK YOU - jmpnovr

[try pvda.org they are dressage org that has given its memebers the needed service of posting test. took me two months to find the intro tests]

EVERYTHING IN ONE PLACE - FABULOUS!:winkgrin:

dressagebrat
Jan. 29, 2011, 10:40 AM
nydressageltd.com has them up on the site

Peggy
Feb. 8, 2011, 09:05 PM
USDF now appears to have links to the pages to get USDF, USEF, and FEI tests.
http://www.usdf.org/faqs/DressageTest.asp

Carolinadreamin'
Feb. 15, 2011, 10:16 AM
So, after searching through this thread and again online, you have to be a member to get the new usdf tests (training, first, second, etc.)? I've got the ones for usea, but am in need of the new ones for training and first level.

Peggy
Feb. 15, 2011, 04:57 PM
Training, 1st, etc. are USEF tests, not USDF. But you may have to be a member. Try dressage Canada--they use the same tests.

dressagebrat
Feb. 26, 2011, 10:05 AM
all the test intro -4th level are up on www.Nydressageltd.com website
in pdf .

just click and print

dressagebrat
Mar. 11, 2011, 03:06 PM
all tests are on www.Nydressageltd.com in pdf format

sophie
Mar. 31, 2011, 08:14 AM
Great! Thank you DressageBrat.

dressagebrat
Apr. 5, 2011, 08:48 AM
your welcome, hope everyone is busy practicing!

quietann
Apr. 11, 2011, 09:48 AM
For USEF test score sheets -- you can get them without being a USEF member by signing up for a free "MyUSEF" account at https://www.usef.org/_AUAIFrames/login/signup.aspx ... BUT you will have the USEF trying to get you to buy a membership, throughout the sign-up process and forever after, which is VERY annoying. (I am already a USEF member but don't like the high-pressure marketing at all!)

dressagebrat
Apr. 15, 2011, 07:14 PM
Just go to www.nydressageltd.com and upload for free pdf format

dressagebrat
May. 3, 2011, 08:34 AM
They are posted on many website there is a company call whinny widgets and another company I am not sure of the name. that has diagrams of all the tests in books for each level they ar laminated so they last.


the tests are up to print on www.nydressageltd.com

kjaanbutt
Jun. 29, 2011, 04:10 AM
Is it possible to get old dressage tests free from somewhere. At the moment I don't want to enter any dressage competitions but I'd like to use some old tests to practice on and was hoping that as they're out of date I would be able to get them free/cheap. Does anyone know if there is a website or something I could get them from?

binhthuong
Sep. 12, 2011, 04:19 AM
The USDF site seems to just have the Intro tests, freestyle, quadrille and sport horses tests. Not what I need. Anyone know where I can find the others online? (if not, I guess I'll give in and order a booklet.)

paulaedwina
Sep. 12, 2011, 07:01 AM
I've subscribed to the digital horse http://www.thedigitalhorse.com/

I think the annual subscription is $35 and for that I have all the tests and a great bird's eye view of the test being ridden (computerized) with narration. That works really well for me.

Paula

quynh12
Sep. 26, 2011, 02:55 AM
Not what I need. Anyone know where I can find the others online? (if not, I guess I'll give in and order a booklet
Wholesale UK (http://www.simplywholesale.co.uk)

dressagebrat
Oct. 1, 2011, 07:52 AM
are up on www.nydressageltd.com

nice not to have to pay!!!!

gemwriter
Nov. 13, 2011, 05:33 PM
When I click these links I get a blank page that says "stopped." What am I doing wrong?

dressagebrat
Nov. 23, 2011, 11:20 AM
nydressageltd.com

johndeep
Dec. 28, 2011, 03:01 AM
Hello friend very nice post

dressagebrat
Dec. 29, 2011, 09:13 AM
thank you.

Backustgyuaron
Jan. 13, 2012, 10:29 PM
I will take custody

ammiedq
Apr. 29, 2012, 01:09 PM
You can find the full length Intro through Fourth Level tests/score sheets at
www.perfectworlddressage.com/prices .

THE DGH WebMamma
Feb. 28, 2013, 04:41 PM
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Novice A and B
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Preliminary A,B,C and 3-Day
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Prix St. George
Intermediate I
Intermediate II

Young Horses

Four Year Old Horses Dressage Test
Five Year Old Horse Dressage Test
Five Year Old Preliminary Test

We are focused on worldwide distribution of these dressage tests for adult amateur riders everywhere.

Thanks for looking

Robin

DressageQueen777
Jun. 3, 2013, 12:34 AM
There is an iPhone app with them- it has a little animation of the test and place to record it. Kinda pricey but I use mine constantly! Its called the USEF something

Trickywoo
Oct. 17, 2013, 02:56 PM
I found all the dressage tests online at http://www.TheDigitalHorse.com they even worked on my Iphone at a show right before I went in to ride my test. The little horse moves around the arena and it was free. I am still using the site to learn the tests I need to know. Worked great and you can't beat free. :winkgrin:

Trickywoo

MidnightWriter
Jan. 14, 2014, 03:33 PM
My name is Robin Kelly I am the developer of http://www.TheDigitalHorse.com. The DigitalHorse.com is an online classroom that offers all of the USEF and FEI dressage tests in an animated, accessible format. We also offer diagrammed prints for hard copy and mobile apps.

Currently Available (USEF Membership)
Dressage Tests for Dressage:
Training Level 1-3
First Level 1-3
Second Level 1-3
Third Level 1-3
Fourth Level 1-3

USDF Dressage Tests:
Introduction to Dressage A, B & C

Eventing Tests for Eventing:
2010 USEF Dressage Tests for Eventing:
Beginner Novice A and B
Novice A and B
Training Level A, B and 3-Day
Preliminary A,B,C and 3-Day
Intermediate Level A, B and 2006 Test A in small arena
Advanced Level A and B

Currently I am building the FEI library and these classrooms are free for anyone to use. http://www.thedigitalhorse.com/Default.aspx?pageId=1500888#.US_MUhm-JFM

Currently Available FEI (FREE)

ADULTS

Grand Prix
Grand Prix Special
Prix St. George
Intermediate I
Intermediate II

Young Horses

Four Year Old Horses Dressage Test
Five Year Old Horse Dressage Test
Five Year Old Preliminary Test

We are focused on worldwide distribution of these dressage tests for adult amateur riders everywhere.

Thanks for looking

Robin

It doesn't work. You have to install or download some app, and then it still doesn't work. I tried for the free membership and could not figure out how to download whatever it is I would need to view the tests.

Can you explain how to do it? I can learn a test, but a computer is not a horse!

Trickywoo
Jan. 16, 2014, 08:50 AM
I have been using a website that has the dressage tests in classrooms where the test is diagramed and the horse moves through the test www.thedigitalhorse.com its free to watch.