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Dressage scoring explained by Cesar Torrente No. 19. How do judges mark a good and a bad contact?

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November 19, 2017

Dressage scoring explained by Cesar Torrente No. 19.

How do judges mark a good and a bad contact?

US famous dressage trainer and judge Lillo Fore…

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Dressage scoring  No. 18. What happens if I rider tries a movement twice?

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November 18, 2017

Dressage scoring  No. 18.

If a rider starts a movement and finds problems, and therefore circles and tries the movement again: (i) Would he get…

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Dressage scoring  No. 17. How do scores on the technical side on the freestyle score sheet relate to scores on the artistic side?”

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November 17, 2017

Dressage scoring  No. 17.

Question from a follower of my Webpage: “How do scores on the technical side on the freestyle score sheet relate to…

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Dressage scoring No. 16. What principles judges will be following? Are there any Guidelines?

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November 16, 2017

What are the principles that judges will be follow when judging Young Horses Classes?

Besides the FEI Guidelines, the USEF and 5* Dressage Judge…

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Dressage scoring No. 15. Fundamental and minor problems for FEI 6 years olds.

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November 16, 2017

For FEI 6 years old Young Horses classes what are fundamental training problems and what are minor training problems?

Fundamental training problems that will lead…

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Dressage scoring explained by Cesar Torrente No. 14. Young Horses fundamental and minor training problems. What are the judges looking for?

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November 15, 2017

In young horses’ classes what are, in general, fundamental training problems and what are minor training problems. What are the judges looking for?

Fundamental training…

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Dressage scoring explained by Cesar Torrente No. 13. How much inaccurate riding in Half Passes can affect my score?

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November 12, 2017

How much inaccurate riding in Half Passes can affect my score?

In this weekend IDOC seminar with Gary Rockwell he pointed out that half passes…

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Dressage scoring explained by Cesar Torrente No. 12. After an extended canter on the diagonal, where do I have to do the flying change? How this may impact my mark?

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November 12, 2017

After an extended canter on the diagonal, where do I have to do the flying change? In the diagonal or in the corner?

Could this…

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Dressage scoring explained by Cesar Torrente No. 11. The scoring of Piaffe in Int. A and B:

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November 11, 2017

Question: May I be penalized if my piaffe is in place instead of advancing, as allowed in these tests?

 As a reminder, the Piaffe is…

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Dressage scoring explained by Cesar Torrente No. 10. Irregularities in Piaffe.

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November 9, 2017

QUESTIONS:

How serious are rhythm faults in piaffe? If my horse does not show clear diagonals, or goes long short or shows double beat…

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CESAR TORRENTE
COLOMBIA

International dressage judge and an FEI level dressage competitor. He is the first judge to be promoted through the new FEI 3 * program.

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