15
Feb

0

Confederation for Working Equitation LICENSED OFFICIALS PROGRAM

The Licensed Officials Program is designed to educate and provide recognition for Judges and Technical Delegates who wish to further their career in Working Equitation. This program is the responsibility of the Licensed Officials Committee. Please direct all questions to the chair, Dr. Rebecca Yount, dryount@yahoo.com.

12
Feb

0

“S” Card Videos

This lesson has Two exams that has approximately 9 videos split up among the Dressage Phase and EOH phase of Advanced These videos have been taken from various A and B rated shows to help aid you in advancing your judging card. You will have a chance to watch the videos, score the videos and give comments regarding why you gave your scores. Once finished, your scores will be electronically transmitted to the LOC for review.

12
Feb

0

“R” Card Videos

This lesson has six exams that has approximately 33 videos split up among the Intermediate A/B, Advanced, Dressage Phases and EOH phases. These videos have been taken from various A and B rated shows to help aid you in advancing your judging card. You will have a chance to watch the videos, score the videos, and give comments regarding why you gave your scores. Once finished, your scores will be electronically transmitted to the LOC for review.

11
Feb

0

“r” Card Videos

This lesson has Eight exams that has approximately 58 videos split up among Novice A/B, Intermediate A/B, Dressage Phases and EOH phases. These videos have been taken from various A and B rated shows to help aid you in advancing your judging card. You will have a chance to watch the videos, score the videos and give comments regarding why you gave your scores. Once finished, your scores will be electronically transmitted to the LOC for review.

11
Feb

0

L Card Videos

This lesson has six exams with approximately 52 videos split up among the Intro, Novice A/B, Dressage Phase and EOH phases. These videos have been taken from various A and B rated shows to help aid you in advancing your judging card. You will have a chance to watch the videos, score the videos and give comments regarding why you gave your score. Your scores will be electronically transmitted to the LOC for review.

23
Aug

0
#2 Figure 8 Between Drums

#2 Figure 8 Between Drums

This obstacle was added to WE competitions to test the horse’s agility, training and obedience. Historically speaking, we can surmise that this obstacle could represent horseman maneuvering around different types of obstacles in the courtyard, such as barrels, rocks, stumps and other farm machinery in order to move farm animals from one place to the other.

23
Aug

0
#14 Gate

#14 Gate

Historically speaking there are no surprises where or why this obstacle is included with Working Equitation. Most if not all cultures had horseman that needed to pass through different fields and work areas to tend to their responsibilities and duties. Opening gates a must for daily activities.

23
Aug

0
#13 Slalom Between Parallel Posts

#13 Slalom Between Parallel Posts

Generally speaking this obstacle is very similar to the single-pole slalom except that we add a second row for added complexity. This obstacle consists of a minimum of six 2 meters (6.5 ft) high poles, each fixed to an outside base that is not secured to the ground. For lower levels the poles are laid out in two staggered parallel lines, with a distance of 7.5 meters (~25 ft) between the rows. The poles on each parallel line are 7.5 meters (25 ft) apart. For upper levels, the poles are 6 meters apart.