Consists of an exact sequence of movements ridden in an enclosed arena. The test is judged by one or more judges who are looking for balance, rhythm, suppleness, and most importantly, obedience of the horse and its harmony with the rider.
This phase consists of approximately 30–40 obsticles placed on a long outdoor circuit. Speed is also a factor, with the rider required to cross the finish line within a certain time frame (optimum time). Crossing the finish line after the optimum time results in penalties for each second over.
After a week of being ridden in his new bridle, Studly is going to the fences like this, rideable, steady, and relaxed. If you saw him go last season, you know that this horse would jump absolutely anything, but it was aggressive and tense, and sometimes slightly terrifying. I feel like this bridle has opened up a line of communication that I didn't have beforeVISIT WEBSITE
As I find myself more and more drawn towards finding ways to compete safely at the highest levels of eventing, working with Uvex was an immediate no brainer! This is a safety company focused on protecting people. It's lovely that their helmets are also stylish, modern, and beautiful! Further, there is a price point for everyone, and it feels incredible representing a safe helmet that everyone can have access to in one way or another!VISIT WEBSITE
AP uses them for every gallop and cross country run, and it’s just one more thing that gives me piece of mind. His respiratory system is as critical as his legs, and knowing that I’m doing the absolute best by him in that regard really helps me sleep better at night!VISIT WEBSITE
Leah Lang-Gluscic is an Advanced level three day eventing rider and trainer based in Ocala, FL, and Freeport, IL. LLG Eventing is Leah's business endeavor focused on achieving her goals of competing at the four-star level.