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Date Posted: 11:36:46 09/23/10 Thu
Author: Ileana
Subject: Yes another BOP Question

I plan to take my Stallion to the Keur when he is 4 years old (2011) & do the ridden IBOP test. He is in training and coming along nicely. Today he’s nicely conditioned and looking more and more like an athlete. He collects himself at all gates and getting more consistent each day. Do I need to do something special in preparing him for the ridden IBOP test? Should the test pattern be practiced at home? Are the Judges forgiving on human IBOP errors versus horse’s ability if demonstrated? For example if the rider miscues or if the rider forgets a portion of the pattern? What is your take on a 4 year old Stallion doing IBOP.

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