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  1. #61
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    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.
    Last edited by WeDoItAll; Nov. 5, 2010 at 03:48 PM. Reason: clarification



  2. #62
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    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/2010/1...yle-tests.html
    EquiChord
    Charlie
    "Riding to the Rhythm of Life"



  3. #63
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    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.)



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    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!



  5. #65
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    Default dressage tests

    nydressageltd.com has them up on the site
    " An open hand can only take a closed hand can give and take"



  6. #66
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    USDF now appears to have links to the pages to get USDF, USEF, and FEI tests.
    http://www.usdf.org/faqs/DressageTest.asp
    The Evil Chem Prof



  7. #67
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    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.
    Quote Originally Posted by alicen View Post
    We have no intentions of tarring and feathering anyone: this is now a thread about dipping Ryan Reynolds in chocolate.



  8. #68
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    Training, 1st, etc. are USEF tests, not USDF. But you may have to be a member. Try dressage Canada--they use the same tests.
    The Evil Chem Prof



  9. #69
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    all the test intro -4th level are up on www.Nydressageltd.com website
    in pdf .

    just click and print
    " An open hand can only take a closed hand can give and take"



  10. #70
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    Default new Dressage test Inro a & b thru 4th level

    all tests are on www.Nydressageltd.com in pdf format
    " An open hand can only take a closed hand can give and take"



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    Great! Thank you DressageBrat.
    Ottbs - The finish line is only the beginning!



  12. #72
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    Default Dressage tests!

    your welcome, hope everyone is busy practicing!
    " An open hand can only take a closed hand can give and take"



  13. #73
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    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!)
    You have to have experiences to gain experience.

    Proudly owned by Mythic Feronia, 1998 Morgan mare; G-dspeed Trump & Minnie; welcome 2014 Morgan filly MtnTop FlyWithMeJosephine



  14. #74
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    Default you dont have to log into usef

    Just go to www.nydressageltd.com and upload for free pdf format
    " An open hand can only take a closed hand can give and take"



  15. #75
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    Default Intro tests

    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
    " An open hand can only take a closed hand can give and take"



  16. #76
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    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?



  17. #77

    Default dsgrey

    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.)



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    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
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  19. #79
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    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



  20. #80
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    Default free dressage tests

    are up on www.nydressageltd.com

    nice not to have to pay!!!!
    " An open hand can only take a closed hand can give and take"



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