Baroque Fundamental Ridden walk and trot 5
Name of rider/handler:
Name and age of horse:
Judged by:
Tips and advice by:
Score:
Percentage:
This test is designed to demonstrate the balance and posture required during the training of the ridden horse. Movements such as shoulder-in may be substituted by shoulder-fore or some inside bend to make it achievable for younger and/or less established horses/riders.
Marks will not be awarded for the individual movements of the test but will be awarded for the general impression of the test, the skill and tact of the rider and way of going of the horse. Particular importance will be attached to the flow of the test rather than the accuracy. The willingness and responsiveness of the horse will be duly rewarded.

The first impression mark will be awarded in the first 30 seconds and the final impression at the end.
Comments and constructive feedback will be given along with suggestions for future work to help improve marks.

For ANY breed of horse 4 years old and over .
To be performed in a bridle (bitted or bitless) or cavesson and saddle or bareback/pad if it is safe to do so. A whip may be carried as an extension to help refine the aids.

All transitions maybe progressive.
MOVEMENTS Max
Mark
JUDGES SCORE COMMENTS
1Enter in trot on the right rein on half 10m circle B to X-
X half 10m circle left to E
N/A
2A take centre line. G circle right to M N/A
3M-F shoulder-in right N/A
4A take centre line, G half circle left to H N/A
5H-K shoulder-in left N/A
6At F leg yield towards line and then from midpoint (level with X) leg yield back to track by M N/A
7M medium walk, HXF change rein and extend the posture forwards down and out. N/A
8Between F and A transition to trot within extended posture. K bring posture up. N/A
9E medium walk, H TOTH N/A
10G TOTH towards A N/A
11X TOTF (moving/giravolta) N/A
12G halt, reinback 3-5 steps, walk on N/A
13G halt, salute and leave arena on long rein N/A
14GENERAL MARKS;
15Ease of movements, harmony between horse and rider, flow of test and

artistic impression

First Impression
16Final Impression 10
17RIDER MARKS

Application of aids, tact
20
18Position 20
19HORSE MARKS

Purity of paces
10
20Lightness of forehand (is the horse 'self supporting' ) 10
21Connection from back to front (collection later) 10
22Energy, desire to move forwards 10
23Total score 10
Tips and advice:
SCORING EXPLAINED; 0=Not performed. 1=Very bad. 2=Fairly bad. 3=bad. 4=Insufficient. 5=Sufficient 6=Satisfactory. 7= Fairly good. 8= Good. 9=Very good. 10= Excellent.
Half marks may be used.