All dressagers should read and understand the rule change proposals for 2012. they impact all competitors. Comments and feedback are invited by EC. Click on the above link to access the proposed rule changes.
Click Here I especially like Lendon Gray’s comments on the NJYR Championships….
Also… Crysrtal Kroetch and Lymrix are in 5th place for the Pan-Am Games team. We’re proud of you. Good luck in the final selection process.
Suggestion: Before considering making an accusation regarding a rule breach involving a fellow dressager, take note of the rules of our sport. Ignorance may be the reason for a false accusation, but it is not an excuse for making it.
Check your rule book page 34…article E 4.9 #5.
Double bridles may be used to warm up any horse regardless of the level at which it will compete.
Would you like to have input to Equine Canada’s rules?
Equine Canada would like to remind all members that the deadline for contributing suggested rule changes for the 2012 editions of the Equine Canada Rule Books is fast approaching.
If there is an amendment or new rule you feel should beconsidered for inclusion in 2012, please fill in the rule change suggestion form and submit it before May 31st.
You can find the annual rules amendments process here.
You can find the rule change suggestion form here.
Equine Canada would like to thank all those who take the time to help improve the sport every year.
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The basic helmet cost is comparable to any of the top of the line equestrian helment. The Samshield company takes the head gear options leaps ahead by offering custom add-ons for a price. You can even design your own helmet by going to the Samshield website.
FITS (click) The American company that manufactures technical clothing for riders sells directly from this website.
Take a look at he new Wunderbreech….great for those who want a smoother look in their whites.
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“On the bit , All the time”
Tri-Flex Side Reins are made in the Calgary, Alberta area by Kim Cox. Tri-Flex Side Reins offer the horse and rider 100% stretch and ajustability. They keep the horse in the frame and allow the rider excellent feel while training. They are available at Heartland Saddlery in Okotoks.