The purpose of the USEF and FEI Dressage Tests are for qualifying and competing in the National Championships or the FEI World Breeding Championships. Horses must be between the ages of 4 and 7. The horse’s age is counted from January 1 of the year of birth to January 1 of the current competition year. 

Forms and Publications

FEI Dressage Test for 5-Year Old Horses - Final

The FEI Five-Year-Old Tests are equivalent to Second Level.

FEI Dressage Test for 6-Year Old Horses - Final

The FEI Six-Year-Old Tests are equivalent to Third Level.

FEI Dressage Test for 7-Year Old Horses - Final

The FEI Seven-Year-Old Tests are equivalent to Fourth Level.

FEI Preliminary Dressage Test for 5-Year Old Horses

The FEI Five-Year-Old Tests are equivalent to Second Level.

FEI Preliminary Dressage Test for 6-Year Old Horses

The FEI Six-Year-Old Tests are equivalent to Third Level.

FEI Preliminary Dressage Test for 7-Year Old Horses

The FEI Seven-Year-Old Tests are equivalent to Fourth Level.

USEF Four-Year-Old Dressage Test (Effective December 1, 2014)

The USEF Four-Year-Old Test is equivalent to First Level.