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Grace Lutheran College IQ Dressage

Queensland State Equestrian Centre (QSEC)

Grace Lutheran College
28/04/2019
28/04/2019
25/03/2019
19/04/2019 8 PM
8.00am

 

 

DRESSAGE DAY 2019 

 

Date: 28 April, 2019

 

Venue: QSEC Queensland State Equestrian Centre (Outdoor Sand Arenas), Caboolture

 

Entries Close: 19 April, 2019

 

 

Entries are only to be made through www.nominate.com.au

 

Enquiries: Alex Murray 0450 091 992 or Mel Randall 0407 759 795

IT IS THE COMPETITOR’S RESPONSIBILITY TO KNOW THE RULES

This competition is run in accordance with the current Interschool handbook and therefore EA rules apply. This handbook is available at: www.qld.equestrian.org.au

Go to Sports, Interschool, IQ Information

http://www.qld.equestrian.org.au/interschool/member-resources/handbook-rules 

 

Please familiarize yourself with this

Numbers will be capped for all classes

 

 

 

$15 non – refundable administration levy per rider for the weekend

 

Camping and Stabling: Camping and Stables must be booked through QSEC on nominate in Stabling.

 

Bookings will close on the 22nd of April at 8am with no late bookings allowed.

 

 

 

 

Conditions of Entry

Before nominating please read Conditions of Entry

1. Numbers for all classes will be capped

4. Prizes: Rosettes for Champion and Reserve overall, Ribbons to 6th place in classes.

5. Unmounted presentations will be held at the conclusion of each day’s event. It is compulsory for all riders to attend presentations on the days they compete. Failure to comply with this rule will result in elimination from the entire competition and scores will not be eligible as qualifiers for the State Championships.

6. Draw & Helper’s roster: No Helper, No Ride Policy. Roster will be available on the IQ website and on Nominate, One week prior to event. Every rider must have a nominated helper per discipline and all jobs must be done or a substitute person nominated. If it is found that there has been no helper after the rider has competed, the rider will not be eligible for placings and scores will not be eligible as qualifiers for the State Championships. Each helper is required to report to the office at least 10 minutes prior to their allotted starting time to sign in. School co-ordinators are not the preferred option to do a parent’s job.

7. Marshalling/Gear Check. A designated Marshalling / gear check point will be made available and is compulsory for all competitors prior to their entry in each and every class. Competitors are to gear check at least 15 min prior to ride time. All equipment should comply with EA regulations for that particular discipline. This is the responsibility of the competitor and/or parents and not the volunteers at Marshalling/Gear Check Stations.

8. Membership. All schools represented must be current financial members of EQ. Riders must be financial members at close of entries.

9. Dogs not permitted on the grounds.

10. Scratchings- Before the event, please e-mail all scratchings immediately to relevant discipline convenors as soon as possible to facilitate the smooth running of this event. During the event, please text 0450 091 992. There will be no refund for scratching after close of entries unless accompanied by a veterinary/medical certificate. A 30% admin fee will apply on the total entry including Camp/Stable fees. Certificates are to be received by the OC within 7 days of commencement of competition.

11. Riders may substitute an alternative horse up until the start of competition for the day providing proof of IQ registration is presented to the organizing committee and the request is accompanied by a veterinary certificate.

12. No rider may be substituted for another.

13. In the event of cancellation of the competition or part thereof, due to any circumstances beyond the control of the relevant organizing committee, entry fees will be refunded less 30% to help defray administration costs.

14. Stabling and camping. Are booked through QSEC on the nominate.com.au site under STABLING, therefore you choose your own stable and camping spot. Bonds are payable and it is your responsibility in making sure your stables are left clean to get Bond refunded. There will be a Stable Manager on site. Riders must check in at the stabling office to obtain directions and to complete required paperwork. All horses that enter the ground MUST fill out the Horse Health Declaration & hand it to stabling manager. Horses are not permitted in stables before this process has been completed – please allow sufficient time before competing for this process. Horses not nominated for the competition will not be allowed entry to the grounds. There is to be no stabling or lodging of horses in areas outside the designated stabling complex i.e. no electric tape or portable yards

15. Competition schedule. The competition times in the published schedule are correct at the time of publication, and should be taken as a guide for competitors only. Rings may run early due to scratchings - please be attentive to announcements to this effect on the day. Riders may need to ride earlier. Be at gear check at least 15 mins prior to your estimated start time. Riders who do not ride at their designated time without prior approval from the OC (e.g. let the office or gear check know if held up in another ring), may face elimination.

16. Disputes – as per the current IQ Handbook. No competitors or parents or coaches are to directly approach any judges, stewards, course builders or any other officials or volunteers with disputes or complaints. Queries may be directed to the Technical Delegate or organizing committee through the team captain or school co-ordinator.

17. Soundness and safety. The judges are required to satisfy themselves regarding soundness of all horses and therefore have authority to stop an unsound horse from competing at any time during the competition. The technical delegate in consultation with the judges may at any time stop and eliminate from the competition any rider that they deem to be unsafe or to have the potential to cause harm to themselves and others.

18. Behaviour. The EA Codes of Conduct must be observed by all competitors and their parents/guardians during this event. They can be found in the current IQ Handbook. Those who fail to do so risk elimination from the competition. Being a school based event, all competitors must obey school rules and competition etiquette when representing their school and whilst on competition grounds. Damage to any third party by anyone at the competition will be the responsibility of the adult involved or the parents or guardians of those who cause any damage.

19. Vehicles other than cars and trucks. IQ, EQ and Grace Lutheran College accept no responsibility in relation to the use of motorized vehicles on the grounds over the course of the competition. Motor bikes, four wheelers, trikes, scooters, bicycles or other such vehicles will not be permitted on the grounds where horses are being worked or competed and it is the responsibility of parents and guardians to enforce this ruling. Users of such vehicles risk having them banned or expelled from the grounds if they are being used in a manner which is deemed dangerous or irresponsible by the organizing committee

20. DPI/Biosecurity. Competitors are responsible for checking with the DPI regarding the requirement for spraying of horses. A Horse Health declaration MUST be filled out for every horse on the ground – please leave with stable manager. If not stabling with the Organising Committee Office, so an arm band can be provided.

21. Medication Control. Random swabbing of horses may occur to ensure that all horses are competing under the national EA and FEI competition rules without being influenced by prohibited substances. Please ensure that you have all horses’ registration papers available. More information can be found at: http://www.qld.equestrian.org.au/content/medication-controlswabbing

22. Saddlery and equipment – as per current IQ Handbook for each discipline

23. General Dress for riders – as per current IQ Handbook. Riders are expected to be present in their official school equestrian uniforms for the prize giving.

24. Horses. Stallions are not eligible to enter. Horse abuse in any form will not be tolerated. If horse abuse is determined the athlete will be disqualified from the competition. The sighting of blood on the horse during a competition phase can entail elimination and/or investigation by the Ground Jury/Technical Delegate based upon the Sport Rules of the discipline involved.

25. General disclaimer. Neither the organizing committee, IQ Equestrian Queensland ,nor the Moreton Bay Regional Council( QSEC Show Grounds) accepts any liability for any accident, injury, illness to riders, spectators, horses, grounds or any other persons or property whatsoever in consideration of entries being accepted. No entries will be accepted unless riders and parents have noted the Acknowledgment and Indemnity Waiver.

26. Photography consent.

By participating in this event you are consenting to your child/children being photographed or filmed. Equestrian Queensland may use these images for promotional use of the Interschool program, this includes but is not limited to, use on the Equestrian Queensland website, marketing material and in all forms of media. I understand photos in which my child/children appear may be submitted to Equestrian Queensland, partners and stakeholders who may also use these images for the purpose of promoting their association with Equestrian Queensland.

27. Champions & Tied Scores for all disciplines will be as per the current IQ Handbook 2019  

 

 

 

 

Sunday 28th April

Dressage Program

 

• A horse may not be competed below the horse’s EA dressage grading at time of close of entries

• Riders may enter two horses, ride times may be close depending on scheduling.

• Gloves are compulsory for all classes.

• Whips are to be no longer than 120cm for horses and 100cm for ponies

Rules & gear/dress as per current IQ Handbook and current EA Dressage rules

 

Class

Description

EA 2019 Test

D01

Primary Preliminary

1A

D02

Primary Preliminary

1B

D03

Primary Novice

2A

D04

Primary Novice

2B

D05

Secondary Preliminary – Intermediate

1A

D06

Secondary Preliminary – Intermediate

1B

D07

Secondary Preliminary – Senior

1A

D08

Secondary Preliminary – Senior

1B

D09

Secondary Novice – Intermediate

2A

D10

Secondary Novice – Intermediate

2B

D11

Secondary Novice – Senior

2A

D12

Secondary Novice – Senior

2B

D13

Secondary Elementary

3A

D14

Secondary Elementary

3B

D15

Preparatory (Any age)

Prep A

D16

Preparatory (Any age)

Prep B

D17

Third Test at Consecutive Level

At a Consecutive level

 

  • Primary competition is restricted to athletes enrolled up to and including year 6 in the year of competition
  • Secondary Intermediate is defined as those athletes enrolled in years 7, 8 and 9 in the year of competition
  • Senior divisions are for those athletes enrolled in year 10, 11 and 12 in the current year
  • The Dressage competition is run under EA and FEI Rules and the IQ Handbook 2019.
#
Class
Status
Notes
Test
Fee
D01
Primary Preliminary 1A
30 left
Primary Grades Prep to 6
$25.00
D02
Primary Preliminary 1B
30 left
Primary Grades Prep to 6
$25.00
D03
Primary Novice 2A
30 left
Primary Grades Prep to 6
$25.00
D04
Primary Novice 2B
30 left
Primary Grades Prep to 6
$25.00
D05
Secondary Preliminary - Intermediate 1A
30 left
Secondary Grades 7, 8, 9
$25.00
D06
Secondary Preliminary - Intermediate 1B
30 left
Secondary Grades 7, 8, 9
$25.00
D07
Secondary Preliminary - Senior 1A
30 left
Secondary Grades 10, 11, 12
$25.00
D08
Secondary Preliminary - Senior 1B
30 left
Secondary Grades 10, 11, 12
$25.00
D09
Secondary Novice - Intermediate 2A
29 left
Secondary Grades 7, 8, 9
$25.00
D10
Secondary Novice - Intermediate 2B
29 left
Secondary Grades 7, 8, 9
$25.00
D11
Secondary Novice - Senior 2A
30 left
Secondary Grades 10, 11, 12
$25.00
D12
Secondary Novice - Senior 2B
30 left
Secondary Grades 10, 11, 12
$25.00
D13
Secondary Elementary 3A
30 left
Secondary Grades 7 to 12
$25.00
D14
Secondary Elementary 3B
30 left
Secondary Grades 7 to 12
$25.00
D15
Preparatory - Prep A
30 left
Any age
$25.00
D16
Preparatory - Prep B
30 left
Any Age
$25.00
D17
Third Test at Consecutive Level
30 left
Please notify organisers of test choice
$25.00

Event Notes

N/A

Contact Details

Alex Murray
0450091992
0450091992
Mel Randall
0407759795
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