Thursday, January 10, 2013

Classical Friesian BLUP by Xellossnut

Once foal games are done at 1.6 years of age I then do short trot rides at age
1.8 and 1.10



The way I do them is 



1 hour trot short ride.

6 hours box time

feed 15 hay 7 pounds grain

groom.



then 

1 hour short trot rides

1 hour short trot rides

1 hour short trot rides



various treats if needed to get energy up to 20% again.



at 2 years of age I start dressage comp training which consists of



1 hour trot training

2.5 hours box time.

15 lbs hay 7 lbs grain

6 hours trot

carrot, stroke,drink/water, turnip

2 hours trot



I repeat that till trot training is done



Gallop is the exact same way as trot.



Some times the trot training does not need all the hours at the end to finish
so say you only needed 4 hours of trot total the remaining hours can then be
carried over to gallop.



At that point you follow the same schedule as trot training to do gallop.



Once you have all your trot and gallop training bars filled its normally time
to enter dressage comps.



For this you are going to need a filler with lower dressage then the horse you
are trying to blup.



Use the filler horse to bring up dressage comps so your blupper can fill them.



So if your blup horse has a dressage level of 80 skills use a filler with
dressage skills around 40-50 to get started.



Make sure you name your horse blupping as well. It helps drive some of the comp
monster/stompers away. Or makes you a target either way works. 



Okay once you get your 20 wins in then the easy part comes along.



You find out your top 3 skills and bold those out.



Say speed dressage and jump are your three top skills.



For that I would actually train in dressage and speed training but leave jump
training alone for a moment.



Get your Speed bar and dressage bar done then enter speed comps. That way you
will be in the lower jump comp brackets and have a better chance at winning. At
this point you don't need to worry about blup wins cause you have them already
but by getting the jump wins it won't lower your moral like losing does. If you
do lose moral who cares anyways you have your blup wins so your still good to
go.



But once you have maxed out all the comp skill gains you can do show jumping
finish off your jump training if you like.



Now for the various RIDES that you can do.



This is how I do mine no matter the horse cause I despise rides and just want to
get them over with.



Jump



1 hour of whatever training bar you have still left to do.

6 hours box time.

feed 15 hay 7 grain

3.5 hours long jump rides.

carrot, stroke, drink/water, turnip

2 hours long jump rides.



Gallop.



1 hour of whatever training bar you still have left to do.

5 hours box time.

feed 15 hay 7 grain

4 hours long gallop.

carrot, stroke, drink/water, turnip

1.5 hours long gallop rides

then if any time left after that training in whatever bar you still have left
to do if it won't drop you below 20% range



Trot



1 hour trot short ride.

6 hours box time

feed 15 hay 7 pounds grain

groom.



then 

1 hour short trot rides

1 hour short trot rides

1 hour short trot rides



treats as needed to bring energy up and maybe get another hour in.

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