Nov 28, - Explore Alison Foster's board "Equitation Patterns", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Equitation, Hunt seat equitation, Hunt seat pins. 1. Begin at A. Walk to B and stop. 2. Back until even with judge. 3. Perform a 90 degree turn. Trot to judge. 4. Stop, set up, inspection. 5. When dismissed, perform a 90 degree turn.
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Jun 01, · For those who've come to riding as adults, or lifetime riders who haven't worked horsemanship patterns in decades, it's possible to forget the importance of equitation and basic body alignment in everyday riding. PATTERNS Maneuvers in a pattern for western horsemanship can be diverse. Often, rather easy patterns are chosen, which may include simply walk, trot, .
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DRESSAGE SEAT EQUITATION CLASSES USEF DR Dressage Seat Equitation classes may be offered for Juniors, Young Riders, Adult Amateurs and/or Open riders according to the following specifications: Medium walk, working trot and canter both ways of the ring must be performed. The rider’s position, seat and specifically the correct use.