First Level & Above Written Quiz

Complete the quiz below for Class #906. Only your first submission will count for extra credit toward high point calculations. Results will display when you submit your quiz. Correct answers and references will be posted after the completion of DressageFest.

Select all of the correct answers for each question.

Welcome to your First and Above Written Quiz

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1) Fundamental to dressage is the regularity of the following:
2) Cadence is shown in what gaits?
3) When a horse is "on the bit," his head should remain in a steady position
4) A correct halt involves:
5) Stretching on a long rein in the walk is used in a test to evaluate the horse's:
6) The following gait has no period of suspension:
7) Self-carriage involves:
8) The purpose of the counter canter is for the following:
9) The rein-back has the same rhythm and foot placement pattern as what gait?
10) Which qualities of a rein-back would be considered serious faults?
11) A simple change of lead at the canter must be done with:
12) A change of lead through the trot involves:
13) A serpentine consists of:
14) A volte may be the following dimensions:
15) The "stretchy circle" at the trot should show:
16) The purpose of a two-track movement is to:
17) A turn on the forehand involves:
18) Lateral movements:
19) Approved ASTM headgear must be worn by riders at Glass-Ed shows:
20) When the coat rule is waived due to heat and high humidity, competitors may wear:
21) No rider may compete for a judge with whom he/she has had instruction from (paid or unpaid):
22) The size of a standard arena is:
23) The letters K, H, M and F are how many meters from the end of the arena:
24) The shoulder-in is a movement done on:
25) Identify the correct components of a well-executed travers:
26) Identify the correct components of a well-executed leg yield:
27) This definition best fits which of the following gaits: a two-beat gait of alternate diagonal legs separated by a moment of suspension:
28) In a first level test, trot work should be done:
29) Identify the correct components of a transition:
30) A correct half-halt involves:
31) A turn on the haunches is performed:
32) Except in USDF/USEF championship classes or FEI Pony tests, whips of the following length may be carried:
33) If coats are waived due to high heat and humidity, the following may be worn:
34) The following bits are legal for second level and below:
35) When a competitor makes an "error of course" he/she should:
36) A competitor may be eliminated from competition due to the following:
37) Which of the following can increase or decrease:
38) As stated in the "Purpose Statement" of a First Level test, the horse should:
39) Impulsion is a collective mark in first level that involves:
40) Submission is a collective mark that involves:
41) As stated in the "Purpose Statement" of Second Level, the horse should:
42) The training pyramid consists of the following:
43) In the free walk, the horse should:
44) You will find the following elements in second level tests:
45) As stated in the Riders Tests for first level, the purpose includes:
46) At the peak of the training pyramid we find the word:
47) Getting a score of 8, means that the judge thought that movement was:
48) Identify which of the following are illegal during competition:
49) A score of 3 indicates that the judge felt the movement was:
50) In a first level canter lengthening, the judge will be looking for:

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