INTERNATIONAL WORKING EQUITATION RULES
The Working Equitation discipline was created with the objective of enhancing the equestrian techniques developed in countries whose riders use horses in different aspects of fieldwork. The event therefore provides an occasion for the simultaneous comparison of sporting and cultural considerations.
These regulations have been prepared on the basis of work which has already been carried out by the countries in charge of organising this championship. They have been subject to major revision, with a view to ensuring a fairer system through the introduction of minor alterations to those items open to improvement.
As specified in previous releases of the regulations, one of the most important points consists of the fact that all trials should be performed with the reins being held by a single hand. Competitors are therefore free to use either hand to hold the reins but may not, under penalty of disqualification, use their other hand during the trial.
Competitors will be disqualified if their free hand brushes the rein in front of the other or if providing any form of assistance. Any adjustment to the reins using the free hand must be a momentary action.
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WORKING EQUITATION IN ENGLAND
The WAWE Chairman was in England to discuss the future of the Working Equitation in this country.
International Juniors/ Young Riders Competition
From 28th to 30th of July 2017, in France, nations interested in enrolling a team or single rider are very welcomed!
Working Equitation at the Longines Global Champions Tour 2016
During the Longines Global Champions Tour 2016 will be held an International Working Equitation Competition, from September 15th to 18th.