Scribe Clinic

When:   November 9
Where:  Frogcatcher Farm
               810 Kimamy Ct
               Johns Creek, GA 30022


Caren Caverly



Participant – $10.00

SCRIBE - Attributes and Functions

  • A scribe writes the judges comments onto the test sheets.

  • Must have a clear, legible handwriting, even at top-speed.

  • The scribe must be able to sit quietly and concentrate for hours upon end listening and recording the judge's comments accurately and consistently.

  • Limit conversation with the judge. Speak only when spoken to!

  • Make NO remarks about any horse or rider in the competition, including but not limited to any background information about the horse or rider, their trainer/coach, breeding, etc.

  • Maintain confidentiality. Never repeat the judge's remark.

  • Time Commitment Required: Minimum of 4 hours; judges prefer to have the same scribe all day or for the whole show.

Q: What are the hours? What exactly do they do? Show you how to follow along on the test? Approved abbreviations? I am familiar with all of the terminology and movements. Have seen a million tests, but just not sure how to interact with a judge for scribing.

A: It is November 9th from 12 to 4.

We have Leslie O’Neal-Olsen a "R" judge teaching the clinic. It is everything you need to know about being a scribe. It will start off with lecture and then move to actually scribing tests (Intro through 2nd and even a freestyle) with Leslie and the demo riders.

Please PRE-REGISTER by sending Caren Caverly a message so she can make enough test copies. Pay when you get there! 

Frogcatcher Farm

810 Kimamy Ct

Johns Creek, GA 30022


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