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Etiquette for Warm-Up Arena

Reminder to riders re the protocol for riding in the warm-up arena:
11.10.2 Etiquette for Warm-Up Arena (extract from EA Dressage rules)
As there are many horses warming up in a restricted area it is important that all riders have knowledge of the etiquette required in group riding. This ensures safe riding and achieves harmony in busy areas
• safety is paramount and a collision should be avoided at all times
• before entering the warm-up area make sure the gateway and immediate track are clear
• riders should pass left shoulder to left shoulder when on the track
• when not on the outside track, eg on a diagonal line, riders should give way to horses on their left
• the more progressive gait has priority on the track
• halt should not be on the track
• walk should not be on the track and does not have right of way
• trot has priority over walk
• canter has priority over trot
• lateral work has priority over all paces
• when circling, anticipate your return to the track so as to not stop the flow of other riders
• mounting, dismounting and gear adjustment should be done off the track
• consideration should be given to behaviour of other horses in the arena that may upset your horse
• it may be necessary if your horse is upsetting others to leave the area
• if a horse is upsetting the majority, an Official should be sought with a view to requesting that horse's removal for safety's sake

Stallions:  Stallions should be clearly identified with a green disc on the saddlecloth.  Some owners/riders have started using green bridle numbers which are not as visable as the green discs and owners should consider using both for safety reasons.  Think about your fellow competitors and their horses.  Looks are one thing but safety for all is more important.