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ARC: Stressless Dressage
Classes
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Intro A
Intro A is a 2008 test involving walk and trot only. It's a lovely beginners test.
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Intro A is a 2008 test involving walk and trot only. It's a lovely beginners test.
Novice 24
Novice 24 is a 2010 test which begins to use shallow loops and some medium canter strides. It's still within a 20x40 arena and is ideal for someone wanting to give a Novice test a go. 
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Novice 24 is a 2010 test which begins to use shallow loops and some medium canter strides. It's still within a 20x40 arena and is ideal for someone wanting to give a Novice test a go. 
Prelim 1
Prelim 1 is a 2006 test which begins to incorporate canter. There are lovely big 20m circles and half-circles and the test really flows.
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Prelim 1 is a 2006 test which begins to incorporate canter. There are lovely big 20m circles and half-circles and the test really flows.
Details
ARC: Stressless Dressage
Dressage, Other
Unaffiliated
Wed 17 Jun 2020
Wed 17 Jun 2020
07719146671
Online Entry
Wed 11 Mar 2020
Sat 09 May 2020
Welcome to Stressless Dressage 2020!

This year we have three evenings for you to come and enjoy some flatwork in the form of an Intro, Prelim, Novice, and, who knows, even an Elementary or Medium, if there's interest. Just contact me at the telephone number above if you want to try something more ambitious.

The dates are 17th June, 15th July, and the 12 August, and they all run from 6.30pm - 8.30pm to make the most of our longer summer days.

There is a cup for the most improved rider across the four dates, and this is awarded annually at the Club's AGM in November. 

You do not need to wear a jacket or plait your horse, but you must wear:
• a helmet to current BHS/BRC & international standards (see attached file for more information), and 
• suitable boots and breeches/jodhpurs.

Organiser: Susan Stuart (Ayr Riding Club)