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  1. #1
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    Jul. 2, 2009

    Default New Para FEI Tests Movement Question

    I downloaded the new para fei grade III tests and I was reading over them tonight and there is a movement in the individual and team tests I can't visualize. It goes:
    (20 x 40 ring)
    KA Collected Canter
    A Down Center Line
    DE Collected Canter
    EH Counter Canter
    H Transition to Working Trot

    If someone can shed some light as to how this is supposed to ridden that would be most helpful.

  2. #2
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    Feb. 3, 2000
    Nokesville, VA


    At K you are cantering on the left lead.

    At A you turn (left) down the center line.

    At D (which is on the center line, even with K and F) you turn slightly left so you are headed towards E on a diagonal line.

    When you get to E, you keep cantering on the left lead, but you are now going "track right", so it is a counter canter.

    You keep (counter) cantering to H, where you transition to trot

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    Jul. 2, 2009

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