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Discussion in 'Competing' started by Mary Poppins, May 13, 2017.

  1. Jane&Ziggy

    Jane&Ziggy Learning together!

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    You were placed! You got your wish! Well done!
     
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  2. Kite_Rider

    Kite_Rider Cantering cabbage!

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    Yay, well done! Third is excellent, you're perseverance is paying off. :)
     
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  3. domane

    domane Chatterbox

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    Very well done! Bet you are chuffed to bits.
     
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  5. squidsin

    squidsin Well-Known Member

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    Well done MP! Dressage depends so much on the judge - there's a dressage judge at my yard who is notorious for comments and marks that don't match, like 'smooth canter transition, well done, 4.5.' It's very discouraging for anyone unlucky enough to get her as a judge!
     
  6. Hailz22

    Hailz22 Active Member

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    Well done!! You must be so pleased!
    I agree some judges are weird, I once got "perfect!!" for my centreline, then the score was 8. If it was perfect shouldnt it be a 10??
     
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  7. KP nut

    KP nut I'd rather be riding.

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    Haha! I once had a judge write 'wrong canter lead, then broke to trot'. Well aren't you supposed to bring them back to trot to pick up the correct lead? Just left me thinking huh?
     
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