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    Default Mixed level eventing

    Dial-up is a PITA. Without downloading the entire rule book, can anyone tell me what these mixed levels are like? I am considering doing a TN. Is that just a training level dressage test with novice level XC and SJ?

    Will download on next trip to library.



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    The Mixed levels are Dressage and SJ of the higher level and xc of the lower. I recommend it, makes the transition between levels easier, and a chance to get ribbons.



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    Quote Originally Posted by LookmaNohands View Post
    Dial-up is a PITA. Without downloading the entire rule book, can anyone tell me what these mixed levels are like? I am considering doing a TN. Is that just a training level dressage test with novice level XC and SJ?
    Training level Dressage and Show Jumping.
    Novice level cross country.

    You get Novice points.
    Janet

    chief feeder and mucker for Music, Spy, Belle and Tiara. Someone else is now feeding and mucking for Chief and Brain (both foxhunting now).



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    Depending on the event, they may have a few additional/ options that are N sized but T level-- I did a P/T last year and it was at 470 (regular T was at 450, IIRC) and had a fence in the water and one or two additional fences that were optional for the regular T-- more like a half star or championship level T course. I agree, it was a nice step up.



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