2018 AGDF Program - 22
GUIDE TO SHOW
FAULTS & PENALTIES
Penalties in show jumping competitions are referred to
as "faults ." Knocking down a rail or a pole on a jump is 4
faults, as is putting a foot in the water jump or the first
refusal . In all jumper classes, falls and going off-course
result in elimination, as does a second refusal .
Knocking over a jump: 4 faults
Refusing a jump: 4 faults
Two refusals: Eliminated
Rider falls off: Eliminated
Over the time allowed: faults for every second over
2018 ADEQUAN® GLOBAL DRESSAGE FESTIVAL
Hunt seat competitions are based upon elegant
traditions arising from the foxhunt . Hunters differ
from jumpers because they are judged on the style,
movement, and technical proficiency of the horse and
rider within the constraints of the set course design .
Hunters should display jumping ability, manners, style,
an even pace, and quality .
An acronym for Concours Dressage International, a
dressage competition recognized by the FEI . As CDI-W,
there are World Cup qualifying or World Cup classes
at the show, as CDIO there are Olympic qualifying or
Olympic classes at the show .