Apr 02, 2018

Approximate Time Correction for 2018 USEF Dressage Tests for Eventing

By USEA

In November 2017 United States Equestrian (USEF) released the new 2018 dressage tests for eventing. Since the beginning of the competition year on December 1, 2017 those tests have been in use. In the early months of the competition season it was noted by organizers utilizing the Preliminary Test B, Intermediate Test B, and Advanced Test B that the approximate times on those tests were listed incorrectly. The USEF has since confirmed that point and has provided the United States Eventing Association with corrected times.

The new approximate times are as follows: for the 2018 USEF Preliminary Test B the approximate time is 4:45, for the 2018 USEF Intermediate Test B the approximate time is 6:00, and for the 2018 USEF Advanced Test B the approximate time is 6:00.

All tests have been updated and can be viewed by clicking here

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