Use an Android smartphone or tablet, iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch to help you learn, reference and practice USEF dressage tests. Each test allows you to:

  • Read the test instructions along with the marking criteria
  • Review dressage arena diagrams that animate through the movements within a test
  • Play and record your own readings of the test that are perfectly timed for the individual horses and the arena in which you are practicing
  • Reference the official USEF dressage test score sheet to see how judges will mark a riders performance
  • On the larger iPad screen, practice your dressage test by sketching out the movements 
  • Understand the rules for dressage events as PDFs of related rule books are provided for reference on topics such as movement definitions, competition rules, dress attire, judging and veterinary inspection
  • Keep up-to-date on the latest in dressage or eventing competition through the USEF news feeds

 


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USEF EquiTests 4
New 2014 Eventing Dressage Tests

  • Beginner Novice A
  • Beginner Novice B
  • Novice Test A
  • Novice Test B
  • Training Test A
  • Training Test B
  • Training 3 Day Test
  • Preliminary Test A
  • Preliminary Test B
  • Preliminary Test C
  • Preliminary 3 Day Test
  • Intermediate Test A
  • Intermediate Test B
  • Advanced Test A
  • Advanced Test B

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USEF EquiTests 3
Dressage Tests

  • Training Level Test 1
  • Training Level Test 2
  • Training Level Test 3
  • Training Level Rider Test
  • First Level Test 1
  • First Level Test 2
  • First Level Test 3
  • First Level Rider Test
  • Second Level Test 1
  • Second Level Test 2
  • Second Level Test 3
  • Second Level Rider Test
  • Third Level Test 1
  • Third Level Test 2
  • Third Level Test 3
  • Fourth Level Test 1
  • Fourth Level Test 2
  • Fourth Level Test 3

 


Note: Diagrams are an indication only and should always be used in conjunction with the Official USEF Test Sheets which take precedence.