Reining - Reining The fundamentals of judging What it's...

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What it’s about Reining is all about…STRAIGHT LINES & Circles!!! 11 Patterns all with at least 4 spins right 4 spins left 2 sets of circles 2 roll backs There can also be figure eights…
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Types of Patterns “Run in” patterns The horse comes into the arena at a lope, and does his run downs and roll backs first Typically your “faster” patterns, they take less time “Walk in” patterns Rider starts from a walk or stop in the center of the arena facing the judge(s)
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Scoring 7 or 8 maneuvers Scored individually 2 boxes, top for penalties, bottom for maneuver score Scores are totaled at the end, avg. score is a 70
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0 Scores Fall by horse or rider Failure to complete pattern as written Over spins by more then ¼ Jogging more then ½ the arena Changing hands or “2 handing”
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Penalties 5 pts Kicking, rearing, bucking 2 pts Break of gait
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