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Perth Dressage Club Dressage Competition May 2019

State Equestrian Centre WA

04/05/2019
04/05/2019
23/03/2019
Closed
08:00

 

 

Perth Dressage Club Inc.

Dressage Competition

MAJOR SPONSOR ALAN MATTHEWS RACING

HERMITAGE DRESSAGE – HIGH SCORE PARTICIPANT, COMPETITOR, FEI

Date: Saturday, 4th May 2019

Where: State Equestrian Centre, Cathedral Ave, Brigadoon

Entries Close midnight Friday 26th April 2019

NO LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED

Enquiries: alex.brownpdc@gmail.com, 0439 883 717

Draw : Wednesday 1st May 2019 at

www.perthdressageclub.com   PDC Facebook page and emailed via nominate

Scratchings : Alex Brown – 0439 883 717

Classes:

Competitor Pony Prelim 1.B

Competitor PSG

Participant Pony Prep B*

Competitor Pony Novice 2.B

Competitor Inter I

Participant Pony Prelim 1.B*

Competitor Pony Elementary 3.B

Competitor Inter A

Participant Pony Novice 2.B*

Competitor Pony Medium 4.B

Competitor Inter B

Participant Prep B*

Competitor Pony Advanced 5.B

Competitor Inter II

Participant Prelim 1.B*

Competitor Prelim 1.B

Grand Prix

Participant Novice 2.B*

Competitor Novice 2.B

 

 

Competitor Elementary 3.B

 

 

Competitor Medium 4.B

 

 

Competitor Advanced 5.B

 

 

Cost:

 

FEI

Competitor

Participant

Levy

Helper Fee

All Riders

$45 per test

+ levy and ground fee

$35 per test

+ levy and ground fee

$35 per test

+ levy and ground fee

$8 x 1 test

$14  for 2 or more tests

$15 Helper Bond. See below for options

A maximum of 3 tests can be ridden over all, per horse and only at 2 levels.

HELPER DUTIES

  • PDC Members will not be charged the $15 helper bond however will be allocated mandatory helper duty of either running or providing food for Judges Lunch or Morning tea.
  • Non PDC Members there is limited availability for helper duties of either gear checking or pencilling (penciler must be not riding) for minimum 1-2 hours or the option of not helping and the $15 bond being non-refundable.  

 

* Participant Classes - To be eligible to enter a participant competition the rider must be a financial member of the EWA. No age restrictions apply.

Horses & Ponies: Horses and Ponies do not need to be EWA registered to be eligible to compete in participant competitions. Participant classes are only open to horses without a current official grading card.

** Helper duties PDC members will not be charged a helper fee, but will be allocated a compulsory duty.

***All competitive horses as per the EA dressage rules must have their bridle numbers displayed at all times outside of a stable (inhand & ridden)

 

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

a) A completed entry on Nominate entries online acknowledges understanding and acceptance of all Conditions of Entry to this event.

b) This event will be conducted in accordance with the current EA Dressage Rules and FEI Dressage rules where the former do not apply.

c) Official Classes - to be eligible to enter an official competition the rider must be a financial member of the EWA. A rider may ride a pony in official competition from start of the year they turn 10 years of age. A rider may ride a horse in official competition from the start of the year they turn 12 years of age. There is no maximum age for riding horses or ponies in official competition.

 

Horses & Ponies: Horses and Ponies must be EWA registered and have a Dressage Performance Card or Pony Dressage Performance Card. Ponies must hold a current, valid EWA height certificate showing they do not exceed 149cm with shoes or 148cm without shoes.

A bridle number must be displayed on both sides of the horse/pony at all times whilst being ridden or lunged.

A maximum of 3 tests at 2 consecutive levels may be ridden per horse/pony per day.

All Membership & registration documents must be available on request.

 

d) Participant - To be eligible to enter a Participant competition the rider must be a financial member of the EWA. No age restrictions apply.

 

Horses & Ponies: Horses and Ponies do not need to be EWA registered to be eligible to compete in participant competitions. A maximum of 3 tests at 2 consecutive levels may be ridden per horse/pony per day. Participant classes are only open to horses without a current official grading card.

 

e) Amendments to the draw may be made no later than 48 hours before the start of the event.

PDC will attempt to contact competitors if a change affects them but final responsibility is on the competitor to check the draw on the day of competition. Whilst every attempt will be made to adhere to the start times in the draw, it is the rider’s responsibility to be aware via the Marshall/ Gear Checker if an arena is running ahead of schedule. If this does occur you may be asked to ride earlier than the draw time.

 

f) It is recommended that competitors report to the Marshall/Gear Checker for inspection 20 minutes prior to competing. Riders who do not complete a gear check will incur elimination.

 

g) Refunds and Scratchings - Entry fees will not be refunded after the closing date of entries unless a medical or veterinary certificate is produced within 5 days of the completion of the event. In such cases 50% of the entry fees will be retained by the PDC Committee. Entry fees will be refunded in full for withdrawals before the closing date, and, for riders on the reserve list who are not offered a start in the competition.

 

h) Warm up etiquette - Riding rules for warm up areas as documented in the EWA Handbook.

Correct protocol in the warm up arena is expected. There is no lunging in the warm up areas.

Round yards are provided for lunging by the SEC at the back of the polo field. Helmets must be worn when lunging.

 

i) Officials, Ground Staff and Volunteers: These people are essential in the running of our competitions and events. Please treat them with respect. Poor sportsmanship will not be tolerated. Verbal or physical bullying behavior will be reported to the CEO of EWA and disciplinary action will be taken where appropriate.

 

j) Duty of care: It is your responsibility to promptly report unsafe and or hazardous situations to the Event Organiser.

 

k) Stallion Code of Conduct: If this Code is adhered to, the likelihood of an accident involving a loose stallion will be minimized. It is understood that "accidents" can happen but taking all possible precautions and making all riders aware of the presence of a stallion minimizes the possibility of accidents.

 

1.      Stallions must wear official green ‘discs’ at all times whilst at the venue. These discs are to be worn on both sides of head collars and bridles or on some part of the horse on both sides to identify to others that the horse is a stallion.

2.      No stallion is to be moved around a venue without displaying the stallion discs and a suitable restraint. The restraint can be a bridle, a rearing bit or a chain lead rein over the nose or under the jaw.

3.     Where possible all stallions are to be stabled. If suitable stabling is not available stallions need to wear a collar, which is securely tied to the outside of a truck or trailer. Stallions tied to the outside of a truck or trailer MUST be supervised at all times.

4.      Stallions may be substituted in prize-giving ceremonies with another horse should the rider deem it to be safer.

5.      It is recommended that riders and handlers of stallions at shows be over the age of 17 years; however, it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to understand the full code of conduct for stallions at events. With the exception of rule 1.1.8 in the Show Horse Rules and Guidelines, stallions are not permitted in Show Horse classes at EA State or Championship events. All riders/handlers under the age of 17 years must be supervised by an adult/parent/guardian whilst at the event.

6.     It is the stallion owner’s/rider’s responsibility to ensure that all possible safety precautions are taken.

7.      Floats/Trucks that transport stallions should display the official magnet giving notice that there is a stallion on board.

 

These guidelines are consistent with Equestrian Australia's focus on improving safety by identifying risks and putting in place measures to mitigate those risks.

 

l) Disclaimer of Liability: Neither the Organising Committee, nor Perth Dressage Club Inc, accepts any liability for any accident, loss, damage, injury or illness to horses, owners, grooms, spectators or any other person or property whatsoever.

DANGEROUS ACTIVITY ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

In consideration for being permitted to participate in any way in horse sport activities, I, the undersigned, understand, acknowledge and accept that:

Horse sports are a dangerous activity and horses can act in a sudden and unpredictable (changeable) way, especially if frightened or hurt.

There is a significant risk that serious INJURY or DEATH may result from horse sport activities.

I understand and acknowledge the dangers associated with the consumption o alcohol or any mind altering drugs and agree not to drink alcohol or take drugs prohibited by law before or during any horse sport activities.

I agree to follow the directions of any event organiser or official and that any misconduct or refusal by me to follow any direction of any organiser or official can result in the CANCELLATION of my participation in the activities and my immediate removal from my horse NO MATTER where that may occur.

I agree to wear an approved helmet at all times whilst participating in the sport where this is required under the relevant EA and FEI rules and regulations.

I have had sufficient opportunity to read this Dangerous Activity Acknowledgement and fully understand its terms and sign it freely and voluntarily.

 

For Participants of Minority Age (Under Age 18)

This is to certify that I, as a parent/guardian with legal responsibility for this participant, acknowledge, understand and accept ALL OF THE ABOVE and consent and agree to my minor child’s involvement or participation in horse sport activities.

 

On payment of the entry fee competitors are deemed to have accepted and agreed to the conditions of the Disclaimer of Liability.

#
Class
Status
Notes
Test
Fee
01
Competitor Pony Prelim 1.B
Closed
$35.00
02
Competitor Pony Novice 2.B
Closed
$35.00
03
Competitor Pony Elementary 3.B
Closed
$35.00
04
Competitor Pony Medium 4.B
Closed
$35.00
05
Competitor Pony Advanced 5.B
Closed
$35.00
06
Competitor Prelim 1.B
Closed
$35.00
07
Competitor Novice 2.B
Closed
$35.00
08
Competitor Elementary 3.B
Closed
$35.00
09
Competitor Medium 4.B
Closed
$35.00
10
Competitor Advanced 5.B
Closed
$35.00
11
Competitor Prix St Georges
Closed
$45.00
12
Competitor Intermediate 1
Closed
$45.00
13
Competitor Intermediate A
Closed
$45.00
14
Competitor Intermediate B
Closed
$45.00
15
Competitor Intermediate 11
Closed
$45.00
16
Competitor Grand Prix
Closed
$45.00
17
Participant Pony Prep E
Closed
$35.00
18
Participant Pony Prelim 1.B
Closed
$35.00
19
Participant Pony Novice 2.B
Closed
$35.00
20
Participant Prep E
Closed
$35.00
21
Participant Prelim 1.B
Closed
$35.00
22
Participant Novice 2.B
Closed
$35.00
23
FEI Para Grade V Team Test
Closed
$35.00

Event Notes

N/A

Contact Details

alex.brownPDC@gmail.com
alex.brownPDC@gmail.com
0439883717
Perth Dressage Club
0439883717
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