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Georgie and Cracker have entered their first dressage comp. Can you help them impress the judge?
Georgie’s decided to enter a Prelim test. What will this include?
To help her prepare for her test, Georgie’s been brushing up on the rules of dressage. Which of these isn’t allowed?
Georgie’s learned her test, but she’s worried she won’t remember it on the day. What can she do?
Georgie and Cracker have warmed up and are ready to go. What should she remember to do before she goes in to ride her test?
Georgie rides into the competition arena for her turn, but when can she start her test?
Half-way through the test the judge rings the bell again. What does this mean?
Georgie’s worked out she went right instead of left, so she corrects herself. Her next movement is free walk. What does this mean?
Georgie has to ride a transition to trot at C. When should she make the change of pace?
After halting at the end of her test Georgie needs to remember to salute the judge. How should she do this?
Yay, Georgie scored 62%, which is amazing for a first attempt. She’s noticed that as well as being given a score for each movement, there’s an extra box of marks for her riding and Cracker’s paces. What are these called?
Enter at A
You’ve got a bit of brushing up to do before you’re a dressage diva, but don’t worry. Why don’t you go along to a few shows and watch some friends perform their tests – you’ll learn loads!
You know a few things about this discipline, and you’re very nearly a dressage ace! Keep reading PONY mag, and you’ll pick up lots of awesome tips that’ll give you all the extra knowledge you need.
Wow, when it comes to dressage you really know your stuff! You should be out there competing with Georgie and Cracker – you’re sure to get an awesome score.
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