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Fairness and Sportsmanship

The welfare of the horse must prevail above all.
Everyone who takes part agrees to act in fairness.
We therefore appeal to the honesty and sportsmanship of all participants.

Categories

1.- AEMA tests ≈ WALK ≈ · 4 tests ·
2.- AEMA tests ≈ WALK – TROT ≈ · 5 tests ·
3.- AEMA tests ≈ WALK – TROT – CANTER ≈ · 6 tests ·
4.- AEMA tests ≈ WALK – CANTER ≈ · 6 tests ·
8.- AEMA tests ≈ DEXTERITY ≈ · in process · 3 groups according to gaits, walk, trot and / or canter
9.- AEMA tests ≈ PRIX MUSY ≈ · 15 tests · 3 groups according to 1, 2 or 3 jumps in the arena

Entries can choose a single test from each group, applying the following combinations to ride tests in other groups.
Any entry that rides a test in groups 3, 4, 8 or 9, cannot enter groups 1 or 2. Likewise, any entry that rides a test in group 2 may not ride in group 1 tests.

Categorycompatible with 1 test from each of the groups
Group 1 ≈ WALK ≈Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-
Group 2 ≈ WALK – TROT ≈Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Trot-
Group 3 ≈ WALK – TROT – CANTER ≈Group 4 ≈ WALK – CANTER ≈
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Trot-Canter-
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Canter-
Group 9 ≈ PRIX MUSY ≈
Group 4 ≈ WALK – CANTER ≈Group 3 ≈ WALK – TROT – CANTER ≈
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Trot-Canter-
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Canter-
Group 9 ≈ PRIX MUSY ≈
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Group 1 ≈ WALK ≈
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Trot-Group 2 ≈ WALK – TROT ≈
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Trot-Canter-
and/or
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY ≈-Walk-Canter-
Group 3 ≈ WALK – TROT – CANTER ≈
Group 4 ≈ WALK – CANTER ≈
Group 9 ≈ PRIX MUSY ≈
Group 9 ≈ PRIX MUSY ≈Group 3 ≈ WALK – TROT – CANTER ≈
Group 4 ≈ WALK – CANTER ≈
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Trot-Canter-
Group 8 ≈ DEXTERITY -Walk-Canter-

Each rider may take part with more than one horse, applying the previous table to each entry.
A rider can enter a maximum of 2 horses in the same test, being able to enter other tests with different horses.
A horse may be entered with up to 3 different riders, applying the previous table to each entry. Remember that in order to meet with other people, you must follow the Covid social distancing guidelines of your local public health.
Any entry that rides a test in groups 3, 4, 8 or 9, cannot enter groups 1 or 2. Likewise, any entry that rides a test in group 2 may not ride in group 1 tests.

Group 4 tests are suitable for entries in «vaquera» turnout, which are ridden, as tradition dictates, holding the reins only in the left hand.
However, riders in English or Spanish turnout, holding the reins in both hands, may also enter.

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8 can be ridden indistinctly with the reins handled with one or two hands.
Those who choose to ride one handed, must hold the reins in the left hand and the cane in the right hand with the right arm vertically down. In this case, when the length of the reins needs to be adjusted, it must be done with the right hand on the remainder section of the reins that falls from the left hand. Touching or using the right hand on the section of the reins between the left hand and the bit will be scored as an error, deducting 1st time, 2 points, 2nd time, 4 points and 3rd time, elimination.
Rider’s on horses with a «vaquera» saddle must ride the test with the reins in one hand, except if the test authorizes otherwise.

All Group 9 ≈ Prix Musy ≈ tests must be ridden in an English sidesaddle holding the reins with both hands.

Attire and Tack

All tests to be ridden sidesaddle.
Any type of bridle, English, Spanish, «Goyesca» or «vaquera» with a «reasonable»bit, snaffle, pelham, double bridle or sole curb, may be used.
However, avoid mixing different styles of tack, such as an English bridle with «vaquera» saddle.
Please avoid tightening the noseband to the maximum.
All kinds of draw reins, running, elastic or fixed reins, standing or running martingales, boots, bell boots or bandages are strictly forbidden.
Solo se permite el uso de tijerillas, protectores, campanas o vendas en las pruebas de categoría 9 ≈ Premio Musy ≈
It is not essential to plait the horse.

The rider must carry a cane or whip, that does not exceed 100cm when riding holding the reins with both hands and 70cm when riding with the reins only in the left hand.

It is not compulsory to wear a formal or showing habit, but since AEMA encourages the appropriate sidesaddle riding attire, turnout will be judged in order to promote the appropriate dress code among Spanish sidesaddle riders.
We do recommend the correct dress for sidesaddle riding, although nobody will be left out for not wearing the perfect sidesaddle attire. Please wear riding clothes of restrained colours, avoiding unnecessary accessories and have your hair neatly tied back, preferably in a bun so that the hair does not touch the collar of the shirt.
Es obligatorio calzado de equitación, pantalones de montar, sombrero o casco y guantes; las menores deben llevar un casco homologado.
Riders from other countries who have their own traditional tack and attire may use them according to their custom, preferably adapting the style of the full skirt to an apron.

Salute

The salute at the beginning and end of the tests must be done with the horse standing immobile. The rider must take the reins and cane all in her left hand, lower her right hand to the side, so that the arm falls vertically, bow her head, and then take up the reins and cane back into her right hand before the horse moves forward.
If the rider omits the salute it will be scored as an error.

Errors

Mistakes in the order of the exercises will incur in an error, deducting 1st time, 2 points; 2nd time, 4 points and 3rd time, elimination.
Exercises not carried out do not receive points.

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