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1 Australian Young Rider Dressage Championships Proudly sponsored by Incorporating Equestrian Victoria Young Rider State Championships CDI Y Tour sponsored by CDI U25 Tour sponsored by Mary Hanna 9 th -12 th April 2015 Entries Close: 13th March 2015 No late entries will be accepted Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre 170 K Road, Werribee 3030 Victoria Dressage Schedule Contents Provisional Timetable pg. 2 Entry fees, Prize money pg. 2 Special awards, Competitions pg. 3 CDI Y & CDI U25 Tour details pg. 4 Conditions of Entry pg.5 General Information pg.9 Entry forms pgs Stable and Camping form pg. 13 Summary of Payment pg. 14 Commentary form pg.15 Member Release and Waver pg.16 Jackpot Team Entry Nomination form pg.17 State Teams Entry form pg. 18 Enquiries Equestrian Victoria Dressage Coordinator Iole Brzozek Ph: Event Director Marion Barnes Ph: Event Technical Delegate - Jan Smith [Type text] Page 1

2 PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE Thursday 9 th April 2015 * Veterinary Arrival Examination CDI-Y and CDI U25 Tour * Arena Familiarisation * Fitness Inspection (Trot-Up) CDI-Y and CDI U25 Tour 2015 Australian Young Rider Dressage Championships Friday 10 th April 2015 Saturday 11 th April 2015 Sunday 12 th April 2015 Novice 2.2 PONY Elementary 3.2 PONY Preliminary 1.2 PONY Novice 2.2 HORSE Elementary 3.2 HORSE Preliminary 1.2 HORSE Novice 2.3 PONY Elementary 3.3 PONY Preliminary 1.3 PONY Novice 2.3 HORSE Elementary 3.3 HORSE Preliminary 1.3 HORSE Advanced 5.2 Horse & Pony FEI PSG Horse & Pony Medium 4.2 Horse & Pony Advanced 5.3 Horse & Pony Freestyle Novice Medium 4.3 Horse & Pony FEI Inter 1 Horse & Pony Freestyle Advanced Freestyle Elementary FEI Pony Individual 12-16yrs Freestyle FEI Pony 12-16yrs Freestyle Medium FEI Junior Individual 12-18yrs Freestyle FEI Junior 12-18yrs Freestyle Inter 1 YR Team Test CDI-Y YR Individual Test CDI-Y YR Freestyle CDI Y CDI Inter 11 (16-25yrs) CDI U25 GP (16-25yrs) CDI Freestyle U25 GP (16-25yrs) Pas de Deux Thoroughbred Preliminary 1.2 Thoroughbred Novice 2.2 Jackpot Novice 2.1 Horse & Pony Thoroughbred Preliminary 1.3 Thoroughbred Novice 2.3 Jackpot Novice 2.2 Horse & Pony Jackpot Elementary 3.1 Horse & Pony Jackpot Preliminary 1.1 Horse & Pony Jackpot Elementary 3.2 Horse & Pony Jackpot Preliminary 1.2 Horse & Pony Entry Fees $60 per EA National Championship test $70 per FEI test $240 CDI Y (inclusive of all tests) $80 CDI U25 Tour (per test) $60 Pas De Deux ($30 per rider) $30 per EA Jackpot and Thoroughbred test National Young Rider Champions Championship rugs will be awarded for the following levels- Preliminary, Preliminary Pony, Novice, Novice Pony, Elementary, Elementary Pony, Medium, Medium Pony, Advanced, Advanced Pony, FEI Small Tour (Prix St Georges/Intermediate I), FEI Small Tour Pony (Prix St Georges/Intermediate I), CDI-Y, FEI U25 Big Tour Equestrian Victoria Young Rider State Awards A sash will be presented to the highest placed EV rider for the following National levels: Preliminary, Preliminary Pony, Novice, Novice Pony, Elementary, Elementary Pony, Medium, Medium Pony, Advanced, Advanced Pony, FEI Small Tour (Prix St Georges/Intermediate I), FEI Small Tour Pony (Prix St Georges/Intermediate I), FEI Junior, FEI Pony, CDI Y and CDI U25 Tour Prizes Prize money or goods in kind will be awarded to the third place. 1st: $100; 2nd: $80; 3rd: $60 (EA) 1st: $120; 2nd: $95; 3rd: $70 (FEI) 1st: $200; 2nd: $150; 3rd: $100 (CDI Y & CDI U25 classes) Ribbons will be awarded to 8 th place Jackpot Teams Competitors in Jackpot classes can nominate a team or nominate to be placed in a team by the OC (free entry), further details within this schedule on page 19. State Teams State Branches are invited to enter the Teams competition (as per Rule 8.6.1), further details within this schedule on page 20. [Type text] Page 2

3 SPECIAL AWARDS AND TROPHIES Deb Hamid & Kevin J Hitchins Award: Awarded to the National FEI YR (16-25years) who has achieved the highest combined percentage results across the Small Tour competition (PSG, Inter I and Inter. Freestyle) or CDI Y competition (Team Test, Individual Test and Freestyle) or CDI U25 Tour Competition (Inter 11, GP and GP Freestyle). In the case of a tie, the rider with the highest percentage in the relevant Freestyle will be the winner. A competitor may only receive this award once. The recipient of the award will receive a magnificent piece of jewellery, hand crafted for this event by Deb Hamid and Kevin Hitchins. This award is valued in excess of $1500 and is so generously donated to recognise Australia s talented young riders who are the future of Australia s Dressage. Briana Judge Memorial Trophy: Awarded to Highest placed EA & PCAV member at the Championships. Open to Victorian riders only with current memberships with Equestrian Victoria and PCAV. Donated by Mr & Mrs Judge, in loving memory of their daughter Briana Judge. Taylor Farley Memorial: Awarded to the highest placed Victorian Junior (under 18 years) in the Novice Championship. Presented by the Farley family in memory of their daughter Taylor, who was an active and highly successful member of the EV YR Dressage Squad. Highborn Baden Trophy: Awarded to the Victorian Rider who attains the highest overall percentage of the competition. Presented by the Barnes family, in memory of Marion s beautiful horse Highborn Baden ridden by Bianca. Rolando Trophy: A perpetual award to the FEI Small Tour Champion. Presented by the Crocker family in memory of Emma s treasured young FEI horse Rolando. Zarina Perpetual Trophy: Awarded to Advanced Champion. Donated by: Mrs Wanda Nelson, in memory of her wonderful horse Zarina. Macedon Ranges Dressage Club Encouragement Award: Awarded to the competitor with the highest percentage who did not receive a ribbon. COMPETITIONS THOROUGHBRED CLASSES sponsored by Racing Victoria Aim: -To promote the qualities of the thoroughbred dressage horse. -To highlight the suitability of thoroughbreds for young riders. -To give recognition to trends in thoroughbred breeding. -To prove that there is life after racing for many eminently suitable thoroughbreds to make the change from racehorse to performance horse. JACKPOT CLASSES will be scheduled at Preliminary, Novice and Elementary levels to cater for Young Riders who do not have the required qualification for National championship classes and where entry numbers exceed maximum class numbers (35 horses). Riders are asked to indicate their wish to be included in Jackpot classes. Upon notification from the OC, ranked reserve list riders will be moved from Jackpot classes to National Championship classes as scratching and withdrawal places become available. FEI TESTS can be downloaded from The FEI tests don t always align directly with EA levels, however riders should be aware that they can only ride over 2 consecutive FEI test levels (Prix St Georges: Rule ) at any competition. For the purpose of competing at the Young Rider Nationals the FEI tests are to be considered as below: Performance at the respective EA is required (including Freestyles) FEI Pony Elementary / Medium Level (without flying changes) FEI Junior Medium Level FREESTYLES All horses must achieve a minimum score of 58% in the qualifying test to be eligible to start in the freestyle. With the exception of the CDI-Y and CDI U25 GP where a score of 60% must be achieved. More details are in the Conditions of Entry section on page 7 FEI Pony Entry age from the beginning of the year the rider turns 12 until the end of the year the rider turns 16 years old. Scheduled classes- Individual Competition (Edition 2012) update 2015& Freestyle Pony Riders (Edition 2007, revision 2009) FEI Junior Entry age from the beginning of the year the rider turns 12 until the end of the year the rider turns 18 years old. Scheduled classes- Individual Competition (Edition 2009) update 2015& Freestyle Junior (Edition 2006, revision 2009) CDI Y Entry age from the beginning of the year the rider turns 16 until the end of the year the rider turns 21 years old. Scheduled classes- FEI YR Team Competition (Prix St Georges) (Edition 2009) update 2015, FEI YR Individual Competition (Edition 2009) update 2015& FEI Young Rider Freestyle (Edition 2006, revision 2009) CDI U25 Tour Entry age from the beginning of the year the rider turns 16 until the end of the year the rider turns 25 years old. Scheduled classes- FEI Intermediate 11 (Edition 2014) update 2015, FEI U-25 Grand Prix (Edition 2009) update 2015& FEI Grand Prix Freestyle (Edition1999, revision 2009) PAS DE DEUX Costume dress is optional. However boots and approved safety helmet must be worn. Time limit 4 1/2 mins- halt to halt. Equal of scores: If two entries receive the same final score, the one with the highest marks for artistic presentation is the leader. Competitors must ride at the level of the most inexperienced rider i.e. if one rider is competing in Medium and the other in Novice, then the combination would compete at Novice level. [Type text] Page 3

4 FEI APPROVAL The FEI Schedule is available upon request. Currently Pending FEI Approval Competitions CDI Y FEI YR Team Competition (Prix St Georges) (Edition 2009) update 2015 FEI YR Individual Competition (Edition 2009) update 2015 FEI Young Rider Freestyle (Edition 2006) revision a maximum of 12 horses will be accepted. CDI U25 FEI Intermediate 11 (Edition 2009) update 2015 FEI Grand Prix (Edition 2009) update 2015 FEI Grand Prix Freestyle (Edition 1999, revision 2009) - a maximum of 12 horses will be accepted. Copies of the tests can be down loaded from the FEI website Qualifications CDI Y Individual and Team Tests Combinations are required to produce proof of gaining 60% at level within the 12 months prior to close of entries. Competitors must start in the Team test to qualify for the Individual test which is the qualifier for the Freestyle. CDIY competitors cannot take part in any other competitions. Freestyle a minimum of 60% must be gained in the CDIY Individual Competition (Edition 2009) update 2015 test in order to be eligible to start in the CDIY Freestyle CDI U25 TOUR Combinations are required to produce proof of recently gaining 60% in two Intermediate A or Intermediate B or Intermediate II tests in National Official Competitive competitions within the 12 months prior to the closing date of entries. Competitors may ride the U25 Inter II and U25 GP. U25 GP Freestyle- a minimum of 60% must be gained in the U25 GP test in order to be eligible to start in the CDI U25 GP Freestyle. Rules The CDI Y and CDI U25 Tour will be conducted in strict accordance with the current edition (including amendments) of the following: FEI General Regulations; FEI Veterinary Regulations; FEI Dressage Rules. Horses Horses must be at least 7 years of age for Prix St Georges level (CDI Y) and at least 8 years of age for Grand Prix level (CDI U25 and Intermediate 11) and have a height at the withers exceeding 149cms including shoes. The age is counted from 1 August prior to month of birth for horses born in the Southern Hemisphere and 1 January for horses born in the Northern Hemisphere Riders Open to riders from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 16 until the end of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 21 (CDI Y) and the age of 25 (CDI U25 Tour). General Rules Riders may participate under the jurisdiction of the country of which the rider holds their passport. Riders should be aware that the FEI considers any withdrawals without a valid excuse after the definite entry date as serious. Fitness Inspection All horses entered in the CDI Y and CDI U25 Tour are subject to a Fitness Inspection. This will take place at 4:00pm on Thursday 9 th April 2015 Passport/ID All riders participating in the CDI Y must be registered on the FEI database. Registrations must be renewed each calendar year. The EA collects the charges on behalf of the FEI. Registration forms are available on the EFA web site. or contact the National Office. Horses must have a current FEI Passport or EA National Identification Document. (EA registration) Advertising on Athletes and Horses and Promotion Refer to General Regulations 2014 Article 135. Whips It is, under penalty of elimination, forbidden to carry a whip of any kind while competing in the arena. However, the use of one whip, with a total maximum length of 120 cm, in the practice area is allowed. The whip must be dropped before entering the space around the competition arena or the rider will entail a penalty of 2 points per judge. Upon arrival on the showground, only the rider when riding, walking, leading or lunging a horse (lunge whip allowed) is allowed to carry a whip (maximum 120 cm) anywhere on the showgrounds. The groom may also walk, lead and lunge the horse as above. Other parties are allowed to carry a whip, provided it is not in connection with the training of the horse. Draw The draws for the CDI-Y Team test and CDI U25 Grand Prix will take place immediately after the Horse Inspection (Trot-Up). For these competitions there will be an ordinary draw. For the Freestyle competition the draw will be in reverse order of the Individual results in groups of 5. Objections/Appeals Refer to General Regulations Article 163 (Protests) & 168 (Deposits). They must be in writing and accompanied by a deposit of 150 SFR (approx. $150 AUD). Ground Jury & Officials Monique Peutz (HOLLAND) Jane Ventura (AUSTRALIA). Joanne Fowler (AUSTRALIA) FEI Chief Steward: Deb MacNicol FEI Veterinary Delegate: Dr Simon Bray FEI Treating Vet: Dr Emma Nicol Closing Date Competitors please note the following closing dates: Definite entries: 13th March Unless we receive written notification from competitors beforehand, we will assume entries are confirmed as definite by 13th March [Type text] Page 4

5 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY The 2015 EA National Young Rider Dressage Championships will be conducted in accordance with the current edition of EA Dressage Competition Rules effective 1/2/2015 including amendments. Competitors are to be aware of the Rules. The onus is on riders to know the rules under which they compete. 1. Membership and Horse Registration: Riders and Horses/Ponies must be current Competitive members of EA 2. Australian National Young Rider Championships - Age: This event is open to riders 10 years and up to the end of the year they turn 21 on ponies or riders 12 years and up to the end of the year they turn 21 on horses, or 16 years until the end of the year they turn 25 for competitors in the CDI U25 GP Tour. Competitors must be aware of Rule 1.12 a Junior of the appropriate age may enter and compete in Junior and Young Rider competitions providing they ride a different horse in each competition. 3. Height: Horses exceeding 149cm with shoes, 148cm without shoes, Ponies not exceeding 149cm with shoes. Ponies will be required to have a current EA measuring certificate 4. Stallions: Stallions are welcome to compete at this event however they must be kept under control by a competent person at all times when either ridden or led. Stallions must be led with a bit or chain in addition to their head collar. Stallions may not be tied to the outside of a truck or trailer but must be stabled or housed in a truck/trailer. Any stallion not considered to be in control by the Organising Committee (OC) will be withdrawn from the event. It is strongly recommended that all stallions have green discs displayed at all times. 5. All riders and handlers are reminded that any horse can be dangerous so please give all horses and ponies enough room to pass safely whether you are leading or riding. Please be considerate of all riders and handlers and follow the rules of the arena whilst working horses; that is if you are walking stay towards the middle track in the arena, if you need to stop or check your gear move to the middle of the arena or leave the arena; pass riders coming in the opposite direction left shoulder to left shoulder. If you pass a rider in the same direction allow at least 5 m width. Please look around you at all times and try to be aware of others riding or walking past. Many people unintentionally frighten or distract horses by going too close or by moving too quickly; it is everyone's role to ensure the safety of others. 6. Eligibility: The qualifying period is the 12 months preceding the closing date of entries. i.e to Please note performance must have been gained in Competitive and Participant competitions. Interschool performances will be accepted as qualifying scores, as long as they follow the requirements of the Competitive Judge Table (Rule 3.21) and the rider was a Competitive member. (Rule 8.2) All entries for each competition must have qualified by each horse and rider as a combination by having gained at least the following: Preliminary: one performance of at least 60% Novice: one performance of at least 60% Elementary: one performance of at least 58% Medium: one performance of at least 58% Advanced: one performance of at least 58% FEI Pony/Junior: one performance of at least 58% or higher is compulsory at the level they are entering during the 12 months preceding the closing (see table below for comparative EA/FEI level) CDI U25 Tour (horses) must have two performances of 60% or more in either FEI Intermediate A, FEI Intermediate B or FEI Intermediate 11 CDI-Y (horses) must have one performance of 60% or above at level during the 12 months preceding the closing EA Jackpot Preliminary/Novice/Elementary: No minimum performance requirement. However horses/ponies must be EA registered and cannot be competed below their official grading. 7. All riders must submit their horse s best three performances in Official Competitive or Official Participant competitions at the appropriate level, between to See above regarding the minimum performance requirement. 8. At least one qualifying score MUST have been obtained by the nominated horse/rider combination (refer rule 8.2) 9. Horses or ponies may compete in two (2) consecutive levels. For example: preliminary/novice; medium/advanced. They may compete in three (3) tests only per day, which may include a freestyle test. 10. Horse and ponies that enter the FEI level tests can only compete in two levels per day which may include a freestyle. Horses and ponies from Prix St Georges and up can only compete in 2 tests per day. [Type text] Page 5

6 11. Horses or Ponies that have won Champion at Preliminary or Novice Level at a previous National Young Rider or Pony Dressage Championships are strongly encouraged to compete at the next level. 12. Ranking (balloting) will be based on the average of the highest percentage of three tests at the particular level, in the 12 months preceding the close of entries. Riders who submit 3 performances (only one of which may be HC) will be considered ahead of those who submit one or two performances. If Balloting occurs, preference will be given to Competitive scores. 13. Draw: Competitions are limited to 35 competitors. The draw will be posted on the competition website. The OC reserves the right to rank horses if necessary. A revised draw may be necessary the day before the competition to allow for withdrawals. The onus is on the competitor to confirm/check their start times the day before the competition. In the event that National level competitions are oversubscribed all reserve riders entered into Preliminary, Novice and Elementary classes will be placed into the corresponding Jackpot level class. Ranked reserve riders will be notified if a place in the National class becomes available. 14. Performance: A print out from the EA web site of the horses results or a copy of the results sheet from the event showing your performance must be attached to your entries. All riders must submit their best three performances in an Official Test at the appropriate level during the qualifying period to See above for minimum performance requirement. If the result for a performance has not been entered on the horse s Dressage Competition Licence, then evidence (i.e. a copy of the official results sheet or copy of the test) must accompany the entry to substantiate the performance. Interschool performances will need to adhere to this. 15. Competitors cannot ride HC at this event 16. No Callers: as this is a championship event NO callers are allowed. 17. Bridle numbers (Identification number) must be worn at all times when the horse is outside its stable. Please ensure you have two sets of numbers, one on the horse s bridle or saddlecloth for competition and one on the halter when taking horse out of the stable for walking/hosing down etc. Please include your allocated bridle number on the entry form. In the case of duplication of numbers, the OC will allocate a temporary # for this event only. 18. Entry Forms must be correctly and fully completed. Any mistakes or incomplete information will result in the entry form not being accepted and returned for correction. Be sure to enter on your entry form your three best performances at each level entered. Late entries, faxed entries and phone entries will not be accepted. 19. Scratching s, Withdrawals and Refunds: Withdrawals. These must be notified to the OC at least 24 hours before the actual day of competition to or txt to Entry fees will not be refunded after the closing date of entries unless the rider has notified the OC as above and a medical or veterinary certificate is produced within 24 hours of the completion of the event, submitted to Young Rider Event Director, PO Box 616, Werribee, VIC In such cases, 50% of the entry fees will be retained by the O.C. Entry fees will be refunded in full for scratching s before the closing date and for riders on the reserve list who are not offered a start in a competition or who indicate that they do not wish to compete in the jackpot classes. If riders enter for National classes and compete in Jackpot classes the discrepancy in entry fee will be refunded. The administration fee will not be refunded. Stable & camping fees will be refunded in full upon presentation of medical or veterinary certificate within 24 hours of the completion of the event. 20. Medication Control: This event will be run under current Equine Anti Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (2010 and amendments) If you have any queries about these rules please the EV Branch Medication Control Officer at 21. Liability: Riders and/or owners whose entries have been accepted will undertake to indemnify the Organising Body against all claims, losses, suits, and damages made against or suffered by the Organising Body by reason of any negligent act or omission on the part of any rider, trainer or attendant whilst he is attending, riding or otherwise handling a horse and agrees that act or omission on the part of such rider or attendant found in any action against the Organising Body to be negligent, shall be deemed to have been negligent for the purpose of any claim under this indemnity 22. Warming-up/ exercising: All riders must wear an approved safety helmet while mounted. You are reminded that only the rider entered in the championships is allowed to ride the horse. A groom may ride the horse at a walk on a long rein only. All horses must be saddled and be ridden in a bridle during any mounted exercise or competition warm-up. Please do not ride in the camping area. Note all horses must wear their bridle number when out of the stable (ridden or led). Outdoor arenas will be available for use prior to the competition. More information will be contained in the entry information which will be sent to riders. Competitors will have access to competition arenas for familiarisation at set times. [Type text] Page 6

7 23. Saddlery and Equipment As per current EA Dressage Rules 2014 including amendments. Note: EA levels up to and including advanced whips must not exceed 1.2m in its entirety. Pony riders may only use a whip not exceeding 1.0 m in length. Approved hard hats must be worn at all times when training, warming up or competing at this event. Current safety approved headgear, AS/NZS 3838, EN 1384 (European) ASTN F1163 (US). PSG/FEI Competitions top hats can be worn by riders 18 years and over. Whips are permitted in all test up to and including Advanced but not FEI level at National Young Rider Championships. Gloves must be worn, otherwise will be penalised as per 2015 Rules. (See Rule 2.6 ) 24. Gear check: All riders must check the EA rules for saddlery and equipment. A gear check is required before every test (in some cases this will be done at the completion of the test at ringside. Please arrive at the final warm up arena at least 10 minutes before you are due to ride. 25. Lunging: Lunging is only permitted in the designated lunge ring or on the area known as the all purpose grass area. Under no circumstances are horses to be lunged in any other area. 26. Presentations: will take place at the end of the day or at the completion of each competition (depending on the daily schedule). A presentation schedule will be posted on the notice board at the Event Office area; the scoring area at the start of the championships. It is compulsory for all placegetters to be present in competition dress at prize giving. 27. Champion/Reserve: Champion and Reserve for each level will be determined by using EA Dressage rule The Champion and Reserve Champion horse/pony will be required (bridled but not mounted) for presentation 28. Volunteers: Please note all riders will be given jobs to do during the event, which will include, pencilling, gear checking, marshalling and test collecting. There will be a job list on the web before the event. You will need to make sure that you are aware of your jobs before the event; jobs will be allocated around rider s times in the draw. Conditions particular to entries in Freestyle competitions 30. All horses must achieve a minimum score of 58% in the qualifying test to be eligible to start in the freestyle. With the exception of the CDI-Y where a score of 60% must be achieved in the Individual test and in the CDI U25 where a score of 60% must be achieved in the FEI U25 Grand Prix. 31. Only the movements up to and included in the current tests at the level being ridden may be shown. There are certain movements that are compulsory for each level of Freestyle. Please check the EA rule book for these movements. Time Allowed please refer to specific freestyle test sheets 32. Music must be supplied on CD with any relevant instructions attached in writing. Please clearly mark Class level, horse and rider name on the CD along with any special instructions. It is highly recommended that two (2) discs/usb are supplied in case of failure of the medium. 33. Equality of scores: If two competitors receive the same final score, the one with the highest marks for artistic presentation is the leader. 34. Pas de Deux -Costume dress is optional. However boots and approved safety helmet must be worn. 35. Freestyle music check times will be allocated after the finalisation of the freestyle draw. Competitor times will be allocated by the OC and posted at event office. Onus is on the rider to check their times. HENDRA VACCINATION The proposed implementation date of the EA Hendra Vaccination By Law has been postponed as per the EA statement 2 September EA is still committed to implementing a vaccination policy that protects and safeguards EA members and event organisers. The organising committee of the Equestrian Victoria NCIS Australian Young Rider Dressage Championships encourage vaccination of all horses from the specific designated EA Known Hendra Virus Endemic Regions of QLD and NSW. Horses from outside these zones are not required to vaccinate for this event. [Type text] Page 7

8 FEI CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE WELFARE OF THE HORSE The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) requires all those involved in international equestrian sport to adhere to the FEI s Code of Conduct and to acknowledge and accept that at all times the welfare of the horse must be paramount and must never be subordinated to competitive or commercial influences. 1. At all stages during the preparation and training of competition horses, welfare must take precedence over all other demands. This includes good horse management, training methods, farriery and tack, and transportation. 2. Horses and competitors must be fit, competent and in good health before they are allowed to compete. This encompasses medication use, surgical procedures that threaten welfare or safety, pregnancy in mares and the misuse of aids. 3. Events must not prejudice horse welfare. This involves paying careful attention to the competition areas, ground surfaces, weather conditions, stabling, site safety and fitness of the horse for onward travel after the event. 4. Every effort must be made to ensure that horses receive proper attention after they have competed and that they are treated humanely when their competition careers are over. This covers proper veterinary care, competition injuries, euthanasia and retirement. 5. The FEI urges all those involved in equestrian sport to attain the highest possible levels of education in their areas of expertise relevant to the care and management of the competition horse. Risk Management Conditions 1.Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre Committee of Management considers it a privilege that you are allowed to bring your dog to this venue. We insist you keep your dog under effective control at all times. 2. Approved Safety Helmets must be worn at all times when riding 3. Cross Country obstacles must not be jumped/used unless a non-riding level one coach is present. 4. Riding of horses bareback is prohibited 5. Riding of rugged and/or unbridled horses is prohibited 6. Any person may lead a maximum of two horses while mounted 7. Stallions must have an adult handler in the vicinity at all times 8. Horses are not permitted within/upon the quadrangle (between the barn & Indoor 1) 9. Horses are not permitted near pedestrian door ways 10. Bicycles are not permitted in the Indoor Arenas or any stable block. Approved helmets must be worn at all times 11. Bicycles are not permitted near doors designated as public entrances or exits 12. Motor Cyclist riders must wear approved safety helmets and hold the appropriate licence 13. Speed limits must be adhered to at all times, the speed limit at WPNEC is 10km p/h 14. Power leads must not be on the ground or over roadways 15. Construction of portable/tape yards is prohibited 16. Alcohol must not be consumed in the Indoor Arenas, unless purchased from the licensed bar located in Indoor Arena No Please observe all signs at the venue 18. Horses must be tied in a safe manner. Horses must not be tied to unattached floats, wheelie bins etc 19. No infrastructure to be erected on WPNEC Grounds without written approval by management prior to event 20. Entry and Exit doors to Indoors Arenas are not be obstructed at any time 21. Every event to book at WPNEC must provide their own first aid officials These conditions apply unless the Manager or the Committee of Management has given the discipline/event/activity concerned an exemption.*exemptions must be applied for in writing and will be only valid for the dates granted.* [Type text] Page 8

9 GENERAL INFORMATION Stabling: 1. All stabling requirements must be booked on the entry form 2. Stables will be available for occupancy from 2pm on Monday 6 th April and must be vacated by 11am Monday 13 th April. Any interstate horses aiming to arrive earlier or departing later than this must book for any hours/days outside of the above allocated times with Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre (WPNEC) directly (ph: ) 3. Stables will be allocated in the following order of preference: 1. CDI-Y horses, 2. Stallions, 3. Interstate horses, 4.Horses competing in multiple classes 4. If bookings exceed stable availability, there will be a waiting list and competitors will be advised by when a stable becomes available 5. Temporary yards of any kind are NOT allowed 6. All horses entered in the CDI-Y and CDI U25 Tour events must remain on the grounds from Thursday 9 th April until after the completion of the Young Rider Freestyle on Sunday 12 th April Competitors must use the stable allocated by the Organising Committee for their horse/s 8. Horses with behavioural problems in the stables these MUST be outlined on the Stable Booking Form so that we can allocate stabling accordingly. This is a risk management and safety matter 9. Any obvious empty stables are NOT TO BE USED as feed/tack rooms or for any horse for which stabling has not been booked 10. No one is to enter the stable of another horse without the owners permission and no one is to feed/water a horse that isn't theirs. If a person has concerns about another competitor s horse or pony, they should go directly to the events office or Stable Manager to report their concerns 11. When cleaning stables out waste must be placed in the bins and not in the centre aisles. 12. A compulsory stable cleaning fee of $30 per stable is applicable and must be paid with entry. CDI-Y Stable Security: 13. All horses entered in the CDI-Y will be stabled together in the barn and subject to routine security checks 14. *Note Due to limited stables in the barn, riders in the CDI-Y with multiple horses may NOT necessarily have their additional horses stabled in the barn with them however every effort will be made to accommodate all requests 15. Stable security will be in accordance with FEI Dressage Rules; Annex 10 Stable Security. 16. There will be one pass each provided to the rider, groom and owner to access the barn 17. There will only be one entrance in and out of the barn in use over the course of the event Horse Feed and Bedding 18. Horse feed is the responsibility of the competitor. 19. Horse feed can be ordered and delivered through Country Link Rural Supplies - contact phone number Stable fees include bedding. The only bedding allowed at WPNEC is Horsemate. WPNEC can provide extra bedding if required and a bedding form can be found on the event website. This can be faxed, posted or ed to the WPNEC office. Bedding should be ordered at least a day prior to arrival at WPNEC. Competitors can order through the office on arrival, but all orders will need to be made before 4pm for same day delivery. Office is open 8am 4pm Monday to Friday Camping Facilities 21. Powered sites must be booked and paid with entry and will be allocated by site number 22. You must only occupy your own site Powered sites are $65. Non powered sites are $ Day Visitors will be parking in K road parking area and are NOT to access to the camping area Dogs 24. Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre Committee of Management considers it a privilege that you are allowed to bring your dog to this venue. Dogs must be kept under effective control at all times and are not permitted in the indoor arena at any time Catering Facilities 25. There will be a variety of food vans. 26. There will be a dinner scheduled for Saturday Evening. The ticket booking form is included with the entry forms. Accommodation 27. Accommodation cannot be arranged, but the following are suggested: The Mansion Hotel Werribee Park Phone Quest Werribee 69 Synnot St Werribee Phone Quest Sanctuary Lakes 9 Greg Norman Drive point Cook Phone Werribee Park Motor Inn 112 Duncan s Road Werribee Phone Comfort Inn and Suites 6 Tower Road Werribee Phone Quality Suites D'Olive 454 Point Cook Road Point Cook Phone Veterinary & Farrier 28. Details will be provided with competitor information. 29. Any expenses incurred for Veterinary and Farrier assistance must be paid by the competitor. [Type text] Page 9

10 ENTRY FORM ONE FORM PER HORSE OR PONY ENTERED Entries Close: Friday 13 th March 2015 Entries will not be accepted unless the section below is completed in full. This form becomes a Tax Invoice upon payment please keep a copy for your records Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss First Name: RIDER DETAILS (Or place sticker here) Surname: EA Number: FEI Number: Date of Birth: Address: Property ID Code (PIC): Town State: Postcode: Tel: Home Mobile: Tel: Work Fax: I would like to nominate for the Briana Judge Award: YES / NO (Circle) Pony Club Number: (Number MUST be included with entry) HORSE/PONY DETAILS (Or place sticker here) Horse s Name: Grading: Upgrading Points: Bridle No: EA Number: FEI Number: Sire: Dam: Breed: HORSE IS VACCINATED FOR HENDRA Microchip Number: Sex G M S (Please tick) YES NO Colour: Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss First Name: Height: (cm) OWNER DETAILS Surname: EA Number: Address: Town State: Postcode: Tel: Home Mobile: Tel: Work Fax: Volunteers: Please note all riders will be given jobs to do during the event, which will include, pencilling, gear checking, marshalling and test collecting. There will be a job list on the web before the event. You will need to make sure that you are aware of your jobs before the event; jobs will be allocated around rider s times in the draw. If you have a preference for job or day/time please indicate below: Volunteer Name: Mobile Phone Number: Preferred task: Preferred day/days: Friday 10 th April Saturday 11 th April Sunday 12 th April [Type text] Page 10

11 Rider Name: Horse/Pony Name: Please Tick Comp No 2015 Australian Young Rider Dressage Championships COMPETITION ENTRIES Details Entry Fee Payment 1 CDI Y FEI YR Team Competition (Edition 2009) update CDI Y FEI YR Individual Competition (Edition 2009) update 2015 $240 3 CDI Y- FEI YR Freestyle (Edition 2006, revision 2009) 8 CDI Intermediate 11 (16-25yrs) (Edition 2009) update 2015 $ CDI U25 Grand Prix (16-25yrs) (Edition 2009) update 2015 $ CDI U25 Grand Prix Freestyle (16-25yrs) (Edition 1999, revision 2009) $ FEI Pony Individual (12-16yrs) (Edition 2012) update 2015 $ FEI Pony Freestyle (12-16yrs) (Edition 2007 revision 2009) $ FEI Junior Individual (12-18yrs) (Edition 2009) update 2015 $ FEI Junior Freestyle (12-18yrs) (Edition 2006, revision 2009) $ FEI Prix St Georges (Horse & Pony) (Edition 2009) update 2015 $ FEI Intermediate 1 (Horse & Pony) (Edition 2009) update 2015 $ FEI Intermediate 1 Freestyle (Horse & Pony) (Edition 1998, revision 2009) $ Preliminary 1.2 PONY $ Preliminary 1.2 HORSE $ Preliminary 1.3 PONY $ Preliminary 1.3 HORSE $ Jackpot Preliminary 1.2 (Horse & Pony) $ Jackpot Preliminary 1.3 (Horse & Pony) $ Novice 2.2 PONY $ Novice 2.2 HORSE $ Novice 2.3 PONY $ Novice 2.3 HORSE $ Jackpot Novice 2.2 (Horse & Pony) $ Jackpot Novice 2.3 (Horse & Pony) $ Freestyle Novice (Horse & Pony) $ Elementary 3.2 PONY $ Elementary 3.2 HORSE $ Elementary 3.3 PONY $ Elementary 3.3 HORSE $ Jackpot Elementary 3.2 (Horse & Pony) $ Jackpot Elementary 3.3 (Horse & Pony) $ Freestyle Elementary (Horse & Pony) $ Medium 4.2 (Horse & Pony) $ Medium 4.3 (Horse & Pony) $ Freestyle Medium (Horse & Pony) $ Advanced 5.2 (Horse & Pony) $ Advanced 5.3(Horse & Pony) $ Freestyle Advanced (Horse & Pony) $ Thoroughbred Preliminary 1.2 $ Thoroughbred Preliminary 1.3 $ Thoroughbred Novice 2.2 $ Thoroughbred Novice 2.3 $ Pas de Deux Can be in costume Partner name: Partner Horse: $30.00 (per rider) PLEASE INDICATE: If on the reserve list for National Championship classes (Preliminary, Novice, Elementary) and do not gain a start, I wish to be included in the corresponding Jackpot classes. TOTAL Yes No [Type text] Page 11

12 PERFORMANCE QUALIFICATION DETAILS Note: Entries will not be accepted and will be returned to you if this section is not completed. Refer conditions of entry. Please list your best 3 scores (% not placing) achieved during the qualifying period ( to ) at each level entered. If the result for a performance has not been entered on the horse s Dressage Competition Licence, then evidence (i.e. a copy of the official results sheet or copy of the test) must accompany the entry to substantiate the performance. Interschool performances will need to adhere to this. Name of Horse: Rider s Name: Best Three performances at Level: (Must be the same level e.g. Novice or Elementary) Date 1 Event & Venue (e.g. VDC WPNEC) Competition (e.g. 2.2) % (e.g %) Judge Name/s (e.g. J Smith & D MacNicol) 2 3 Best Three performances at Level: (Must be the same level e.g. Novice or Elementary) Date 1 Event & Venue (e.g. Westernport DC Treehaven) Competition (e.g. 3.2) % (e.g %) Judge Name/s (e.g. C Simpson & J Smith) 2 3 [Type text] Page 12

13 STABLE AND CAMPING FORM One form per horse Personal Details Horse s Name: Sex: S M G - please circle Rider s Name: Class/es Entered: Home Ph No: Mobile No: Emergency Contact Name: Emergency Contact Mobile Phone # Postal Address: Post Code: Make of Vehicle: Colour: Registration #: Make of Float/Truck: Colour: Registration #: Accommodation details: Horse Name Class Entered Gender (please tick for each horse) (please list each additional horse that you are riding at the event) (i.e. Prelim Pony or Adv Horse) Mare Gelding Stallion STABLING AND CAMPING REQUIREMENTS Please note that it is not always possible to meet everyone s stable and camping request Stables: $50 per night for the first 2 nights (i.e $100 for 2 nights), includes bedding, then $36 per night for additional nights Please indicate your stable requirements by ticking arrival and departure dates on table below Note: Stables must be booked for CDI-Y & CDI U25 horses for the full competition period and these horses must remain on the grounds from Thursday 9 th April to the end of competition on Sunday 12 th April. All horses entered for the CDI Y and CDI U 25 will be stabled together and subject to routine security checks All stables will be available for occupancy from Monday 6 th April 2015 If staying on site you must book a camping site which will be allocated by number- This includes if you hire a caravan or stay in a truck/float. You may only occupy your own allocated site One off Fee: Powered site $65 Non Powered $40 Day visitors will be parking in K Road parking area and will have no access to the camping area **Stabling Request: (i.e. please stable me near.or I would prefer to be in Stable Block B etc) **Camping Request: (i.e. camp site to be near.or I would prefer to camped near etc) ** Camping/Vehicle Type- Caravan, Float, Small Truck, Gooseneck. Please supply length of truck/gooseneck. If not supplied camping/parking may not be suitable. $50 per night first two nights Then $36 per night Arrival Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun Mon 6 th 7 th 8 th 9 th 10 th 11 th 12 th 13 th 1 night $50 2 nights $100 3 nights $136 4 nights $172 5 nights $208 6 nights $244 7 nights $280 TOTAL= $ Depart STABLE CLEANING is compulsory $30 $ 30 CAMPING $ Powered Site $65 Non Powered $40 Total Stable and Camping Fees $ [Type text] Page 13

14 Summary of payment Total entries fees carried forward from page 11 $ Entries Total Stable fees carried forward from page 13 $ Stabling Compulsory WPNEC Facility Fee: $16.00 per horse per day $ F/Fee Administration Fee per horse (Includes MCP levy) $ Compulsory and non refundable Admin Total enclosed $ Payments: You may pay your entries by credit card. Cheques payable to: Equestrian Victoria Name of Horse: Rider: Paying entries by: Cheque Money Order Credit Card (circle method) Credit Card details: Please debit my credit card: Visa Master Amount $... Card No: / / / Expiry Date: / Full Name on Card: Cardholders signature: If my entries are accepted, I agree to abide by the rules, regulations, and conditions of entry Signed: Date: / / 2015 Return completed entry form with all relevant documents to: Equestrian Victoria PO BOX 616 WERRIBEE VIC 3030 Enquiries Equestrian Victoria Dressage Coordinator Iole Brzozek Ph: Event Director Marion Barnes Ph: Entry Check List Please check the entry check list below before sending in your entry. Incomplete or incorrect entry forms will be returned and will hold up processing your entry. All requested information is provided on the entry form, full membership details and registration numbers of riders, owners and horses. Best three performances as requested in the performance detail section and are within the qualifying period. Please note entries with no performance will not be accepted into National Championship classes. Stable and booking include payment for days or part thereof as in conditions of entry. Current Height Certificate (pony only) Check additions (sums) for payments including stabling/camping Commentary form completed Disclaimer on page 18 signed and included with performance details form. Jackpot team nomination form completed (if applicable) page 19 Page 15 signed Payment section completed and legible [Type text] Page 14

15 COMMENTARY FORM These details MUST BE COMPLETED or entry will deemed not complete. Please remember that the more information you provide, the easier it will be for the commentators HORSE BRIDLE NO RIDER'S NAME FROM: (Where do you live) CLASSES ENTERED COLOUR AGE HEIGHT SEX BREED SIRE BREEDER DAM OWNER SCHOOLING/OCCUPATION & INTERESTING INFORMATION (length of time riding, history as a rider, coach etc) LENGTH OF TIME COMPETING AS A COMBINATION MEMBER OF ANY STATE/NATIONAL SQUADS SPONSORS ANY OTHER INFORMATION (e.g. funny experiences or entertaining information) [Type text] Page 15

16 MEMBER RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY Full Name of participant (and guardian if under 18 years)... Address... State.. Post Code:... Date of birth... Name of Club/Organisation: Dressage Victoria YR Sub Committee Address of Event / Activity: 2015 EA Australian Young Rider Dressage Championships WPNEC 170 K Road Werribee South 3030 Victoria 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 recreational 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 knowingly and freely assume all such risks, both known and unknown, and I voluntarily PARTICIPATE at my OWN RISK and assume sole responsibility for any injury, death or property damage I may suffer that arises from my participation in horse sport activities. I understand and acknowledge the dangers associated with the consumption of alcohol or any mind altering drugs before and during the activities and I take full responsibility for any injury, loss or damage associated with their consumption. I agree not to drink alcohol or take drugs prohibited by law before or during any horse sports 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 understand that any such non-compliance may result in injury, death and/or permanent disability as a result of my failure to comply. I agree to wear a helmet at all times whilst riding where this is required under the relevant EA and FEI rules and regulations and agree that I am solely responsible for ensuring that whilst riding I wear a suitable helmet at all times where required under the relevant EA and FEI rules and regulations and take sole responsibility for my actions. I have had sufficient opportunity to read this assumption of risk agreement, fully understand its terms and sign it freely and voluntarily. Signature of rider/guardian Dated: / /2015 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. Signature of rider/guardian Dated: / /2015 [Type text] Page 16

17 Young Rider Jackpot Teams Competition This competition is designed to promote and encourage Young Rider development and team spirit. It is open to horses and ponies entered in the Jackpot Preliminary 1.2, Novice 2.2 and Elementary 3.2 classes Teams to consist of 3 riders (i.e. a different rider at each EA Jackpot level) Riders competing multiple horses may nominate and be placed in different teams. Riders competing the same horse in consecutive levels may nominate and be placed in different teams. The winning team will be the team with the highest total score; the second is the one with the next highest score and so on. This means the percentages (scores) will be added together to determine the team scores. Team placings will go from 1 st to 6 th Competitors may form their own team and complete details of team members below. Alternatively Jackpot riders can nominate individually by indicating in the section below and the OC will place you into teams. Jackpot Team Entry Fee is free Jackpot Teams Nomination Form - Nominations close 5pm on the 9 th April 2015 Team Name : CLASS Bridle Number Horse Name Rider Name 18 Jackpot Preliminary Jackpot Novice Jackpot Elementary 3.2 OR if you would like to nominate as an individual and have the OC place you in a jackpot team, please complete below. Please add if you are have multiple Jackpot horses or are riding consecutive Jackpot levels CLASS Bridle Number Horse Name Rider Name Contact person: Mobile Tel: Signature: Date: All Jackpot teams or individual nominations must done by 5pm on Thursday 9 th April 2015 Post to 2015 Equestrian Australia National Young Rider Dressage Championships PO BOX 616 WERRIBEE VIC 3030 Or deliver directly to the Event office by 5pm Thursday 9 th April 2015 [Type text] Page 17

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