DI Northern Region Trainee and List 6 judge training.

In order to assist Trainee and List 6 Judges to progress Alison Mastin Moore (List 1 judge) has offered the following opportunities:
 

Banbridge Monday December 5th.

Trainee judges introductory evening. Information and DVD. This is an introduction to Dressage Judging for those thinking about becoming an official Dressage Ireland Judge. Participants should go onto the DI website and read all about becoming a judge. They should download forms A, A1 and B and start filling them in and sending them off. Pre book.

Sunday December 11th Laurel View Show

Practical session evaluating live tests. Trainees BD Preliminary 19. List 6 judges BD Novice 39. Start time – at start of each class. Bring warm clothes, rule book and note book. Pre book.

Banbridge Monday 19th December. 

List 6 and trainee judges’ theory and practice evening with DVD. This session will concentrate on rules and judges responsibilities and some dressage test assessments. Bring along an up to date print out of the rule book. Pre book.

Sunday January 22nd Laurel View Show. 

 Practical session evaluating and judging live tests. Trainees DI Preliminary 8. List 6 judges DI Novice 27. Start time – at start of each class. Bring downloaded test sheets with you for your judging. Warm clothes, rule book and note book. Pre book.

SATURDAY 4TH FEBRUARY DANESCROFT SHOW. 

OFFICIAL JUDGES TRAINING WITH MARK RUDDOCK. BD LIST 1 JUDGE. SEE WEB SITE FOR DETAILS OR CONTACT JOANNE JARDEN.

Saturday 4th March Portmore Show. 

 Practical judging for Trainees of either BD Preliminary 13 or DI Preliminary 18. Practical judging for List 6 judges of either BD 24 or 39. These sessions may depend on numbers and weather. Pre book.

Apart from February 4th, all sessions should be pre-booked by email with Alison on alisonmm66@gmail.com. Each of these sessions costs £10.00. Contact no. 07876624712

Banbridge sessions are at 60, Ballymoney Road, Banbridge, Co Down. BT324DX.

For details of training for higher lists please contact Joanne Jarden.