Combination at the warming arena:

Categories: PGJ, FJ

You are President of a competition

The warm-up ring is sufficiently large (70 x 30 m) and there are two oxers and one upright fence available for the riders. At times there are between 15 – 18 riders warming up their horses, so it is crowded but not too crowded. When there are only 6 riders left in the class one of the grooms in the warm-up starts to build a combination.

You as President of the class are informed by the CS, what is your decision?

In what kind of classes is a good idea to build a combination at the warming up arena?

1 reply
  1. Sharon Stewart Wells
    Sharon Stewart Wells says:

    To keep a level playing field, I would not allow a rider going at the end of the class set a combination when riders earlier in the class could not build one.

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