T2 – Tölt
T2 – Tölt
This test is performed on the oval track.
Combinations participating in this test are excluded from other tölt tests at the same event.
Riders compete individually. The rider has three rounds at his disposal to show the following gaits in the following order:
- any speed tölt.
- slow, steady and calm speed tölt.
Return to walk and change rein.
- slow to medium speed tölt, holding both reins in one hand clearly showing no rein contact with the horse’s mouth.
Each section may be shown only once, for one round. The marks for section 3 will be doubled.
The finalists show the required sections including rein changes as instructed by the speaker as described in S2.3.2.
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Preliminary rounds with one rider on the track
- The horse must enter the oval track and proceed directly to either one of the short sides. However, the horse must not pass beyond the end of the short side without beginning the test. Possibilities of entering and beginning the test with the entrance on the long or on the short side are shown on the drawing in S2.4.
- The rider must salute the judges visibly by nodding his head, thus indicating the beginning of the test.
- The change between the sections should be at the middle of the short side. An exception is in pace, which is shown only on the long sides.
- To have marks for any gait, the gait should be shown for the equivalent of the length of a long side. Walk must be shown for the equivalent of half of a long side.
- Having finished the last section of the test, the rider must have brought his horse back to walk by the middle of the long side at the latest.
- Exit via the oval track. The rider may circle the horse at the gate after the test is completed
- The best five horses from the preliminary round qualify for the final round called the A-final. If two or more horses share the fifth position, all horses involved qualify for the final round.
- If there are sufficient participants, the organiser can arrange a final round (6th – 10th place) called B-final. The winner of the B-final can take part in the A-final. If the winner decides not to take part in the A-final, no other can take his place.
- The organiser can also arrange a further final round (11th – 15th place) called C-final. The winner of the C-final can take part in the B-final. If the winner decides not to take part in the B-final, no other can take his place.
References in the text refer to the current version of the FEIF Rules and Regulations
Check the complete document also for further details.