Nov 13, 2020

Watch a Live Stream Interview with Marilyn Payne Presented by IDCTA

Marilyn Payne was one of the youngest judges ever to earn a license and has gone on to hold the highest rankings for both the FEI and USEF. Payne has judged the Olympics twice — as a member of the ground jury in 2008 and the president of the ground jury in 2016. Payne led the process for writing the current USEF and FEI dressage tests, judges at events all around the world, and is an active competitor and coach, giving her a unique insight to share her tips for getting the most out of every move in your test.

On December 9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. CST, come join a live stream interview to uncover new insights and perspectives from the judge’s box:

  • Hear tips on making the most of every movement and which movements to focus on for better scores.
  • Discover what makes the best possible impression. A better impression will enhance your score.
  • Uncover common myths that you may have while performing in front of a judge.
  • Hear how and why certain movements that can take your dressage test to a different level.

From perfecting test movements to corrections that can save a movement score, to the dos and don’ts and ins and outs of showing, come join us for a live stream interview with Marilyn Payne. She and IDCTA Eventing VP Eric Dierks have some entertaining stories to illustrate their points. Whether you are an eventer or a dressage enthusiast, this event should be quite entertaining and educational. Click here to request directions for joining the session.

If you have a question you’d like asked, please submit them to [email protected].

    This live stream is provided by the Illinois Dressage and Combined Training Association.

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