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Dressage Trial

The dressage trial is performed in a conventional dressage arena, meeting the FEI dimensions of 20X40 meters, and is conducted quite similarly to dressage competitions. In proportion to the level, different exercises are performed and judged on a scale from 1 to 10. As the purpose of the WE dressage trial is to judge movements relating to fieldwork, emphasis lies on the working gaits, walk and canter, although trot is now seen at most levels worldwide. Judges particularly look for the presentation of a calm and relaxed horse that keeps impulsion and is obedient to the rider.

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