Type: Posts; User: Janet
I suggest you contact the USEA office and ask them.
It is presented every year at the annual meeting. I may still have my copy somewhere.
But the easiest thing is just to contact someone at the USEA office.
But you will still be ON the horse, which is likley to be a higher score than you would get if you end up on the ground.
My understanding is that the "B-ring" bit is NOT legal for USEF Eventing Dressage, even though it IS legal for straight Dressage.
I do not know about FEI.
But you should check with USEF to be...
You are certainly entitled to our opinion.
But the question was not "SHOULD neck straps be allowed?"
The question was "ARE neck straps allowed?"
And the answer is clearly YES.
It is not possible to replicate "show nerves (either the rider's or the horse's ) at home. I know, I have tried.
Have you actually READ the rules?
The restrictions on bits, martingales and boots are quite independent of the definition of "gadgets" ("bearing, side, running or balancing reins, etc.")
A I agree with Malcolm
B Under the USEF Eventing rules, "Gadgets" are forbidden for ALL phases, not just dressage.
So, logically, if neck straps are "gadgets", they are forbiddne for all...
The rules do not say anything about how you WEAR the spurs (pointing up, pointing down). Just about the SHAPE of the spur.
If she put on a pair of Prince of Wales spurs "upside down", they would...
The plural of "crisis" is "crises"
"Stewart" is the name of a Scottish clan. The clan originally got its name because they were stewards to the Scottish kings. But they later became kings themselves, sometimes spelling their name...
Well, I am 60, and I CLEARLY remember when the Coggins test first came out. I lived in an area (southern NY) where EIA was not common. I remember MANY highly reputable horseman who adamantly...
A If they did not find the weeds appealing when they were growing, it is unlikely they will find them appealing when they are cut.
B As long as they have enough growing grass or hay that they are...
ALL shows (all disciplines) are REQUIRED to have sharps containers. I do not know about the Stewards reports, but on the TD's reports there is a specific line item for sharps containers.
My understanding is that, if she is curling, you do NOT want anything wih curb chain.
Other than that, you can experiment
What does your coach suggest?
Debbie is who came to mind when I saw your subject.
My personal experience with her is as an official, I have not seen her teach. But I have heard only good things.
A horse I sold ended up with...
We each have our weaknesses!
Windsucking CAN be a serious problem for high performance mares, but the usual solutioon is a Casllicks.
When a horse gallops, the whole set of "guts" is loose inside the torso, and slide forward...
All entries that are timestamped or postmarked on the opening day are treated the same. There is no advantage to having an earlier time stamp as long as it is on opening day.
If I wereyou I would email firstname.lastname@example.org.
She is in charge of Membership, among other things.
They had someone well known (I a drawing a blank on the name) design the course.
I was there when the course was half built, and everything looked well built safe, and inviting.
That is where the discretion of te Ground Jury comes in. I would hope that the Ground Jury would be able to tell the difference between a conmpetitor volunteering as jump crew, and a competitor ...
The GJ has the dicretion to chose whether to DQ or not.
In some cases they may have the discretion to chose between E (just that horse) and DQ (all horses).
But if they decide to DQ, it...
Here are the USEF rules on spurs in Eventing
The rulebook is your friend.