Eventing consists of three parts: a dressage test, a round of show-jumping and a cross-country course which take place on the same day. The Eventing Championships is the only competition that takes place over two days and is usually a two-day-event..
The scores from all three phases are added together.  The winner is the one with the lowest penalty score.  The lowest score is best,  faults in cross country and show jumping are added to your dressage score.  If you have 0 faults in these sections, you finish on your dressage score. For additional information and 2017 Tests please see IPC Eventing 2017

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