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  1. #1
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    Post Levels..

    What are the things that you are expected to do at each new level as far as jumps, combinations, etc.
    What are the things you should be able to do in:

    - Beginner Novice
    - Novice
    - Training
    - Prelim
    - Intermediate

    Etc..
    Just curious. TIA
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    Retread wrote something up like this I believe. She knows where everything is so she'll post after her day job, farm job, life ....

    This is a bit of a synopsis

    http://www.discovereventing.com/?q=node/77

    adding: A lot of the HTs have websites that offer up fence by fence photos of each (level) course. A good tool for seeing each venue and their layouts and style. an example here that I could come up with quick http://www.keenelandponyclub.org/jump-start-ht
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    It is spelled out in some detail in Appendix 1 and Appendix 2 of the Eventing Rules
    http://www.usef.org/documents/ruleBook/2013/13-EV.pdf

    For Cross Country in particular you should also look as the Cross Country Guidelines
    http://useventing.com/sites/default/...n_5_7_2012.pdf
    Janet

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    Oh yes the Beginner Novice and Novice drafts! Thanks Pony Grandma. I will look for whereever I put them. Not sure if they are online any more.
    Basically I took those details from the appendices, Janet, and fleshed them out in understandable instructor-speak.
    I can't find them - I think they are in the computer with the dead hard drive. Sorry, will have to rewrite them sometime. Denny contributed to them, too!
    We called them the Beginner Novice and the Novice Requisites.
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