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In competition, riders perform a series of choreographed movements known as a ‘dressage test’. Horse and rider are given a mark out of ten for each movement they perform, plus additional marks for the horse’s paces (the way it moves), impulsion (its desire to work actively), submission (evidence of willingness), and the rider’s position.
Tetrathlon is a very demanding competition with four parts: swimming, running, riding, and shooting.
The scores of a competitor in each of the four phases are added together to give his overall score for the Tetrathlon. To earn an overall score a competitor must start each phase and must continue until eliminated or compelled to retire
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