Prelim 12.

spike123

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Prelim 12 has the half circles across the diagonal in trot.Other than that its relatively straight forward with quite a bit of canter work.
 

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Prelim 12 (2005)
1.
A Enter in working trot & proceed down centre line.
B Track Right
2
MXK Change rein in working trot.
3
A Circle left 20m.
4
FXH Change rein in working trot.
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Circle right 20m
6
M Medium walk
B Half 10m circle right to X & half 10m circle left to E
7.
E Half 20m circle left in free walk on a liong rein.
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B Transition (progressive) to medium walk.
Before M Working trot.
9.
Between M & C Working canter left.
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E Circle left 20m
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FXH Change the rein, just after X Working trot
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Between H & C Working canter right
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B Circle right 20m.
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KXM Change rein, just after X working trot.
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MCE Working trot, at E half circle left 10m to X
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G Halt, immobility, Salute.
Leave arena at walk on a long rein at A

Good Luck
 

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[ QUOTE ]
quick tip:
on this test you can win it on the quality of your walk!!! as its alot of marks
i like this test

[/ QUOTE ]

So true LOL.. my daughter got two 8's for the walk and she was over the moon as she's never had an 8 before LOL
 

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Ah. I was wondering why they are using this test for a Highland Pony Show.

Rosie has a great forward going marching walk. The canter parts will be pretty non existant as we have no balance going round corners and circles.
 

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Progressive transition in this case (free walk to medium walk) means gradual (probably over 2-3 strides) rather than sudden! i.e. slowly gather up the reins and ask him to come back into a contact whilst still keeping the same walk rhythm.
HTH.
 
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