3 4 6a 5a 5b 6b 6c 7a 1. 2. 3. 4. 5a,b 6a,b,c 7a,b Curbs 7b Loose ring bridoon bit Egg-butt bridoon bit Bridoon bit with hanging cheeks Bridoon bit with rotating mouthpiece Bridoon rotary bit with rotating mouthpiece Bridoon bit with jointed mouthpiece where the middle piece should be rounded (side, front & rear view shown) Bridoon rotary bit with rotating mouthpiece 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 — Permitted Nosebands 1 2 3 1. 2. 3. 4. 4 Dropped noseband Cavesson noseband Flash noseband Double bridle with cavesson noseband, bridoon bit and curb chain N.B. 1 and 3 are not permitted when a double bridle is used Section 3 -4- Section 4 – Arenas 36.
A) b) c) d) 37.
A) Arena Layout The arena should be set out to the dimensions illustrated on page 2 of this section.
The arena should be level and separated from the public.
There should be at least 10m between each arena.
If possible canter tests should be ridden on a surface.
The arena should be marked by an appropriate white surround.
If the arena is on grass the centre line A-C may be marked by a mown or rolled strip with a short strip mown across it to mark the position of D, X and G.
Arena Markers The markers around the arena must be clearly visible with the letters displayed in black on white, large letters being preferable.
They may be placed about ½ – 1 metre outside the arena.
The colours as shown in the diagram may also be incorporated at the National Championships if requested before the close of entries.
A gap of about one metre each side of the centre line must be left at A to form an entrance and the A marker placed far enough back, 10 metres if possible, to allow the horses to enter the arena on a straight track.
The Dressage Judge is placed at C.
Extra judges if required are placed at M and H in from and on the inside of the elongation of the longside.
Decorative flowers or trees, if used, must be placed with discretion.
It is ultimately the responsibility of the judges to check that the arena is satisfactory and to have it modified, if necessary, at their discretion. b) c) d) e) Section 4 -1- Section 4 -2-
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