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9 Very Good
7 Fairly Good
3 Fairly Bad
1 Very Bad
0 Not executed
All half marks from 0.5-9.5 may also be used both for movements and collective marks, at the discretion of the judge, and scores given must be recorded with a decimal (i.e., as 6.0 instead of 6). “Not executed” means that practically nothing of the required movement has been performed. In FEI Level Freestyle tests, half marks may be used for all marks. In tests for Young Horses, decimals to .1 may be used.
d. The rider’s position and seat; correctness and effect of the aids.
The collective marks as well as certain difficult and/or infrequently repeated movements can be given a co-efficient which is fixed by the USDF, the Federation (USEF) Dressage Committee or the Bureau of the FEI for their respective tests.
a. Riders position
b. Riders correct and effective use of aids
c. Horse’s response and performance
d. Accuracy of the exercises
e. Harmony between Rider and Horse