Get ready for Elementary 59 at the regional championships
MARK RUDDOCK, the Surrey-based List 1 judge and trainer, started his analysis of elementary 59 by saying, “I am not a lover of this test. It’s not easy to judge because I think the movements could be broken down better. From the rider’s point of view it’s not very flowing and not easy to remember. The movements are like a row of dominoes, so it all can quickly quickly go pear shaped. In this test, if one of your dominoes topples, I would sacrifice a movement, or part of a collection of movements, to re-group . . .
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