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  1. #1
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    Default Rated Show Rule - Consecutive Levels

    Is it still the rule that horses can only show at consecutive levels, even with different riders (an Open rider and AA for example)?



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    Yes. Regardless of rider, horse can only enter two consecutive levels at the same show.



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    The only way a horse could compete at non-consecutive levels is if each day is considered a separate show (ie Dressage Show I & II for the weekend) and one level was done one day, and the non-consecutive level the next day.

    There must be multiple USEF license numbers listed if each day is a different show.



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