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Equestrian

Grade 5


Movement or coordination mildly affected throughout the whole body.

Moderately affected movement in both forearms and hands.

The absence of one forearm.

Absence of one lower leg from the knee.

Moderate visual impairment, able to see approximately one metre.

 


Grade 5 riders have coordination affected to a low degree, moderately affected movement in the forearms and hands, the absence of limbs, or a visual impairment.

These riders can perform complex movements and lateral work at all paces requiring accuracy and dexterity.