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mellsmom
Jan. 11, 2011, 12:00 PM
I have been all over the USDF website. IT took me two days to find a link that worked so I could order the CD of the score sheets, but now i just want to see the darn movements. I have people who need them for a clinic on the 22nd and it would be nice to be able to find the darn things. I don't have an iphone so I can't use that.

SonnysMom
Jan. 11, 2011, 12:04 PM
From another post:
http://www.woodsdressage.com/uploads/introa.pdf
http://www.woodsdressage.com/uploads/introb.pdf
http://www.woodsdressage.com/uploads/introc.pdf

Velvet
Jan. 11, 2011, 12:11 PM
I have been all over the USDF website. IT took me two days to find a link that worked so I could order the CD of the score sheets, but now i just want to see the darn movements. I have people who need them for a clinic on the 22nd and it would be nice to be able to find the darn things. I don't have an iphone so I can't use that.

Ah, yes, the he** of the USDF website. A poorly indexed site at best, and not managed--as per what appears to be the norm for USDF's information. You can hunt for days on the site and will end up down blind alleys and learn to love 404 messages. ;)

http://www.usdf.org/docs/tests/dressage/introa.pdf
http://www.usdf.org/docs/tests/dressage/introb.pdf

That's all I can find for you! Not sure why you can't just draw out the movements for yourself...

Equi88
Jan. 11, 2011, 01:34 PM
When they firat came out, I googled them and they came right up.
Have the whole test book now, and if anybody os looking to buy them, www.dcequestrianimports.com has them for less $$ then Whinny Widgets!

AnotherRound
Jan. 11, 2011, 01:40 PM
Would I be inappropriate to offer to make a copy of the test bookelt in PDF? If that is some kind of copyright violation, I won't, but if it helps to make them available for free, having paid for the booklet myself, I can do that work and make it available.

piaffequeen
Jan. 11, 2011, 01:41 PM
I found them on this website.

http://www.dressagestar.com/2011-dressage-tests.html

leilatigress
Jan. 11, 2011, 02:20 PM
Pony Club is also selling them.

oldernewbie
Jan. 11, 2011, 04:00 PM
For $5 each you can go to www.thedigitalhorse.com and get the score sheets plus a dandy graphic that shows every single movement in an easy to understand style. No sense in drawing it again yourself when someone else has already done it. Come in a pdf file.

Full disclosure: I have no relationship with that site, just happen to like their products.