Each Working Equitation competition comprises four trials whose senior trials had the compulsory feature of the horse being led with one hand:
The horses enter a 40*20 metre rectangle, to the sound of music and perform obligatory movements for around 7 minutes, to be assessed by a jury of between three to five judges.
VERSION APPLICABLE UNTIL 09/02/2013
Ease of Handling Trial
Is a gymkhana type event in which horses must counter obstacles similar to those likely to appear in the field (e.g. crossing bridges, passing through doorways, etc) in which the manner in which the obstacle is transposed – depending on agility, submission, working attitude, ease of movement and of handling – is scored by the jury.
This involves obstacles from the preceding trial but with the objective of transposing the obstacles as quickly as possible without picking up penalty faults.
The cow trial is performed by four elements and consists of separating a herd of cows which has been defined in advance.
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