Type: Posts; User: yaya
If you don't ever need to remove the wooden bar (I'm assuming you mean the kind that hooks onto a screw eye in the wall), you could just toenail it to the wall to keep it stable. I've actually never...
Was he trying to do the weave poles?
The rider test that was attached to the last performance standards proposal only gives scores for:
Position design (x3)
Correctness & effect of the aids (x3)
The movements (x2)
At the meeting, it seemed that many people (meaning those in the audience) were in favor of the Rider Test, and that maybe the Rider Test was needed at more than just Third Level (ie starting at...
35 cents of every ride down centerline (Training through Fourth level only) goes to USEF. USDF does not charge a per-ride fee.
Any USEF non-member fees go straight to USEF.
Any USDF non-member...
Per-class fees are set by the individual competitions, NOT by USEF or USDF.
Keeping the class fees low is about the only thing show management has control of to keep expenses down for...
The biggest difference I see in the piaffes of the past and those now is that the horse did a lot more movement back then. Meaning it looked a lot more like a true trot in place, with the entire...
That's easy. With the way people are abandoning horses left and right due to the economy and the lack of slaughter facilities, someone is just doing the Nigerian scam thing and sending a bunch of...
Shows do pay the judges' fees.
I think what was meant was that if we are trying so hard to be like Holland and Germany with the Performance Standards program, why can't we pay what shows pay...
Yes, they are.
Life registration goes from $85 to $100
HID goes from $20 to $35
HID transfers and name changes go from $10 to $25
Hey Kahjul, what are you doing riding my mare? ;)
Seriously, I am interested in the answers as well. My mare does the same "shutting down" thing. I once had a trainer try to get her forward with...
If that was a direct cut and paste of your answer to her and not a re-typing, then I think you and she need to attend the same English class.
How did that work?
You are supposed to be eliminated on the third error. How did someone get an error on 6 movements?
1st error -2
2nd error -4 (for -6 total)
3rd error - elimination
Do you think the FEI would look at the USEF DC and remind them of that duty?
I guess if it's a girl, the "anna" part is appropriate.
Love the name! (but the spelling threw me, too)
That makes a whole lot of sense, star!
(Which means it's doomed to failure, right?)
I'm an AA rider who is also a show manager - a twofer!
Think the USEF will follow suit on this one? (They do tend to do everything the FEI does)
(And no, I'm not serious. Wishful thinking, but not serious.)
I should have said it is a good thing.
It just is so out of character for a federation to want stronger punishment. Usually they try to get out of it.
Actually, I do have a PSG horse with one hip lower than the other. I can't really see it, but the vet mentioned it on the pre-purchase.
I'm not at PSG level, but he was actively competing at that...
Very strange that the FN wants harsher punishment.
Thank you Eliza.
I would love to know the results of the I-1 Open Championships and the Second Level YR Championships if possible.
I have friends there - anyone have any scores?
The new book:
The previous book:
For the judges, you have to go to the Licensed Officials search. (You have to have an Authorised User Account for this)
Then just choose Dressage, All states.