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Movement in the lower trunk and legs affected to a high degree.

Movement and coordination moderately affected down one side.

Movement and coordination affected in all four limbs; to a moderate degree in the arms and a low degree in the legs.

Absence of legs from mid-thigh.

Green LEXI icon indicating movement and coordination areas of the body that are not affected and that also illustrate a missing limb.

The absence of one arm and one leg on the same side.

 


Grade 3 riders have highly affected movement in the lower trunk and legs, moderately affected coordination down one side or in each limb, or the absence of limbs.

These riders can walk, trot and do a short canter. There is also some leg yielding, which is the start of lateral movement.


 Equestrian Grade 3 is a competition class at the Tokyo Paralympics