What is a Combined Test? A Combined Test consists of any two of the three "tests" (dressage, cross country jumping, and show or stadium jumping) that make up a horse trials. Usually, the two events are dressage and stadium because the most costly part of a horse trials is the cross country course. Hence, your Combined Test score is the sum of the penalties from your dressage test and your stadium jumping round.
Dressage Tests: The dressage tests can be downloaded from the USEA website.
Intro& BN – BN Test A
Novice Test A
Training Test A
Dressage will be ridden in the indoor arena and the stadium jumping will be across the road and up the hill to the outdoor ring.
Date: Sunday, May 9, 2021 Entries close after receipt of first 60 entries
Divisions: Intro, Beginner Novice, Novice, and Training Note: GVRDC members have priority for entries.
Order of Go Starting with Intro, Beginner Novice, Novice, then Training (subject to change at discretion of organizer, please check times) This order gives competitors the opportunity to jump schooling rounds at the end of each division for an additional $15. So if you had a sticky go at your level, you may want to go again at that level. If you want to school at a higher level than you competed, have at it. The only thing you can't do is school a round before your competition round.
Volunteers are always needed! Please help out. NOTE: There will not be a food concession at this event but there will be soda/water and chips to purchase.