Brookleigh Dressage Club Perth Equine Hospital ‘’Spring into 2021’ Competition

Brookleigh Equestrian Estate

Brookleigh Dressage Club
24/10/2020
25/10/2020
24/08/2020
03/10/2020
8:00 am

Perth Equine Hospital

 ‘Spring into 2020’

featuring

2019 DWA Young Dressage Horse & Pony

State Championships

 

Hosted by Brookleigh Estate

 

Date: Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th November 2019.

 

Brookleigh Estate, 1235 Great Northern Hwy, Upper Swan.

Entries Close midnight WST 31st October, 2019

            Enquiries:  Alinta Veenvliet - brookleighdressage@gmail.com                                  

Draw: by Monday, 5th November, 2019.

Scratchings:  Alinta Veenvliet -                                brookleighdressage@gmail.com                                                                       

On line entries only accepted - www.nominate.com.au

 

Schedule of Competition

*This list does not reflect the order tests will run on the day

Saturday 9th

Participant

Prep A & B

Preliminary A & B

Novice A & B

Competitive

Preliminary A & B

Preliminary Pony A & B

Elementary A & B

Elementary Pony A & B

Advanced A & B

Advanced Pony A & B

Para

FEI

PSG

Inter A

Inter ll

 

Sunday 10th

Competitive

Novice A & B

Novice Pony A & B

Medium A & B

Medium Pony A & B

Inter I

Inter B

Grand Prix

YOUNG HORSE & PONY CLASSES

 

 

Entry Fee:

Participant & EA Competitor

FEI

&

YH

            GSF

DDF Levies

Helper Fee

$35 per test

+ levy

$45 per test

(FEI)

$40 per test

+ levy

(YH)

$15 Ground Fee per horse

$8 per test, max of $14 per day

$30

 non-refundable per day

 

 

DETAILS OF COMPETITIONS

Entries and the competition programme may be revised at the discretion of the Organising Committee.

Classes Prep to Grand Prix.

Helper duties - are available and paid. If you would like to complete a paid helper duty, please email Paula at timberlane26@bigpond.com

 

WELFARE OF THE HORSE – FEI CODE OF CONDUCT & WELFARE FOR THE HORSE

https://inside.fei.org/fei/about-fei/values

 

EA General Codes of Conduct

EA Members should be aware of the EA Codes of Conduct for competitors, officials and EA Members. Refer the EA web site for more information www.equestrian.org.au

General Information & Awards

Rosettes and prizes will be awarded 1st to 3rd place of each class

Ribbons will be awarded 4th to 6th place of each class with 6 or more riders.

Ribbons will be awarded 1st to 3rd place for Young Riders within classes

 

  • A minimum of three riders per class must be entered to allocate 2nd and 3rd prizes.

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

  1.       A completed entry on Nominate entries online acknowledges understanding and acceptance of all Conditions of Entry to this event.
  2.      All Brookleigh competitions  will be conducted in strict accordance with the current edition (including amendments) of: EA Dressage Rules & Official Procedures for Dressage Competition as at 1/1/18 (and subsequent amendments), EA General Regulations.
  3.       Competitors are advised to be aware of the Rules and the onus is on riders to know the rules under which they compete.
  4.      Horses must have a current performance card; horses, owners and riders must be registered and financial with EA.
  5.      Horses must compete under their full registered name. The Organising Committee has the right to abbreviate a horse’s names for printing purposes.
  6.        All tests are for horses exceeding 149 cm with shoes or 148cms without shoes, Ponies: must not exceed 149cm with shoes or 148cm without shoes.
  7.       EA level Competitions are open to horses/ponies that, at close of entries, have gained less than the following grading points: Preliminary/Novice: less than 30 upgrading points gained at Elem level or above; Elementary: less than 30 upgrading at Medium level or above; Medium: less than 30 upgrading at Advanced level or above; Advanced: less than 30 upgrading in FEI competitions. Horses/ponies entered in all FEI competitions must have performance at the level entered (refer performance). Refer rule 1.15.1.
  8.      Riders must be 10 years of age and over on the day of competition when riding horses, 8 years for Ponies (refer rule 1.15.4).
  9.        Non Competitive ( HC - Hors Concours): Competitors may not ride HC at this event.
  10.        Withdrawals (Scratching’s) and Refunds:

§  No competitor shall withdraw from a competition within 8 hours of its commencement without the permission of the OC. A written statement must be provided to the Secretary (Refer rule 1.10). Entry fees will not be refunded after the closing date of entries unless a medical or veterinary certificate is produced within 24 hours. In such cases, 50% of the entry fees will be retained by the O.C.

  1.       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.
  1.        Championships for EA levels are to be decided on points with all horses ranked in each of the two tests (as per EA Annex I).
  1.     Prize money: In the case of a tie for any of the first three places, the higher total of the 4 collective marks will decide the highest placing. If these marks are tied, the placings remain tied. When there is equality of places from 4th place and below, the competitors are joint equal placegetters. - The Organising Committee reserves the right to review the prize money allocation for competitions with fewer than 6 entries, specifically:

a. Where a competition has fewer than 3 entries, prize money will be paid to first place only b. Where a competition has fewer than 4 entries, prize money will be paid to first and second places only.

  1.      Bridle numbers must be worn at all times during warm up and competition, and whenever horse is out of its stable or tied to horse float/ truck (refer to rule 1.15.5)
  2.      Riders and/or owners whose entries have been accepted, will undertake to indemnify the Committee against all claims, losses, suits, and other damages made against or suffered by the Committee by reason of any negligent act or omission on the part of any rider trainer, or attendant whilst he/she is attending, riding or otherwise handling a horse, and agree that act or omission on the part of such rider or attendant found in any action against the Committee to be negligent, shall be deemed to have been negligent for the purpose of any claim under this indemnity.
  3.      Entries and competition program may be limited and revised at the discretion of the Committee.
  4.      There is no lunging in the warm up areas. A round yard is provided for lunging behind the warm up. Helmets must be worn when lunging.
  5.       Arena familiarisation may be available the morning of the event and riders will be notified of times with the final draw.
  6.       Postponement or cancellation of events – although unlikely for reasons such as extreme weather or a bio security issue, it is at Brookleigh Dressage Club’s discretion should entries fees be refunded.
  7.       No dogs allowed on the grounds.
  8.      EA Stallion Code of Conduct is to be adhered to.
  1.       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. 

 

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.

Photo Release - By participating in equestrian activities you are consenting for you or your child/children being photographed or filmed. Brookleigh Riding Club and related bodies may use these images for promotional use, this includes but is not limited to, use on the Brookleigh Riding Club websites, marketing material and in all forms of media. I understand photos in which I or my child/children appear may be submitted to Brookleigh Riding Club and the various branches and stakeholders who may also use these images for the purpose of promoting any branch of Brookleigh Riding Club.  

SECTION 9 - YOUNG HORSE and YOUNG PONY National Young Horse (YH) competitions are a series conducted throughout Australia composed of qualifying competitions and an Australian final. Applications from the SDA to conduct the annual Australian Young Dressage Horse Championships must be submitted to the EADC the year prior to the final and before the mid- year EADC meeting. These rules also apply to Young Pony competitions.

9.1 General conditions In relation to Young Horse and Young Pony competitions the following rules apply:

a) Para-Equestrian riders are welcome to ride young horses/ponies in Young Horse competitions but the use of compensating aids is not permitted. Test calling will be permitted for riders with the appropriate exemption card

b) birth dates for all horses and ponies will be as at 1 August (see rule 4.8.4 for calculation of age)

c) in principle, the YH competitions will consist of one mandatory round at qualifiers and two mandatory rounds at the State Championships and Australian Young Horse Championships

d) in all YH FEI tests the trot is to be executed sitting unless specified rising

e) a third round where a guest rider rides the horses is optional

f) judging score sheets to be used for 4, 5, 6 and 7 year old YH competitions are available on the EA website

g) at all 4,5, and 6 year old competitions, the judges must sit together, in 7 year old competition the technical judge/s sits at C and the judges assessing the quality sit together at E or B

h) horses will be judged on walk, trot, canter, submission and perspective as a future dressage horse, including standard of training on the basis of the Training Scale

i) competitions will be Official but will not attract grading points

j) horses must be registered with EA and hold a current Dressage Performance Card/Competition Licence

k) horses must exceed 149cm with shoes

l) ponies must not exceed 149cm with shoes or 148cm without shoes

m) horses may qualify for the Australian Young Horse Championships from 1 August of the year they turn 4, 5, 6 or 7 until the closing date of entries to the Australian Young Horse Championships

n) riders must be current Competitive members of the EA, horse owners must be at least supporter members of EA

o) riders must turn 10 years of age or over in the calendar year of competition

p) all Young Horse results must be forwarded to EA for recording on the EA data base

q) the competitor’s state of origin must appear in the results

r) results for all competitions and rounds showing the mark for trot, walk, canter, submission and perspective for each horse and the technical mark for 7 year old’s must be available online and in hard copy

s) if a horse leaves the arena with all four feet during a 4-year-old state qualifying competition this will not entail elimination but will incur a 2 point penalty to be deducted before the score is divided by 5. This rule does not apply to the Australian YH Championships

t) Errors of Course to be subtracted once score has been converted to a percentage score: • 1st error – 0.5 percentage point • 2nd error – 1.0 percentage point • 3rd error – Elimination • 0.5% to be deducted per other error u) where two rounds are held the mark from the first round will not carry forward to the second round

9.1.1 Judge requirements In general:

a) 4, 5 and 6 year old Young Horse competitions must only be judged by at least 2 EA or FEIaccredited Young Horse judges

b) 7 year old Young Horse competitions require one technical judge of at least B level at C to judge the technical execution of the test. Plus, two other judges who must be at least EA YH qualified sitting together at E or B to judge the quality and standard of training as per the usual Young Horse assessment

c) in commanded tests, the judges will sit together at E or B. However, where the arena layout does not provide room for this positioning the judges may sit at C

d) in all FEI Young Horse tests (including qualifying events) the judges will sit together at C

e) judges and YH specialists must adhere to the requirement of Rule

 

1.7 Conflict of interest and declare any conflict of interest

9.1.1.2 State Championships For State Championships, all competitive rounds must be judged by either FEI Young Horse judges or EA accredited Young Horse judges. There may be a third judge who is a recognised foreign Young Horse specialist. In the 7 year old competition there must be a third judge to assess the technical components who must be at least EA B level.

9.1.1.3 Australian Championships The appointment of all judges for the Australian Championships must be approved by the EADC. In relation to judging at these events:

a) for 4,5 and 6 year old competitions and rounds (excluding Consolation rounds) the Ground Jury must consist of 3 judges with 2 being accredited FEI Young Horse judges (for 5 and 6 year old’s one must be a foreign judge). The third judge can either be an FEI Young Horse judge, an EA Young Horse judge or a foreign Young Horse specialist

b) for 7 year old Young Horse competitions, the Ground Jury must consist of three judges, two must be FEI Young Horse judges plus one other technical judge who must be at least EA A level

c) Consolation rounds for horses are to be judged by 2 EA or FEI Young Horse judges, or a combination of both

9.1.1.4 Ponies In regards to Pony competitions:

a) in all 4,5 and 6 year old competitions and all rounds excluding Consolation rounds, the Ground Jury must consist of 3 judges, including a minimum of 1 FEI-accredited Young Horse judge (Australian or foreign) and 2 EA Young Horse judges

b) Consolation rounds for ponies are to be judged by 2 EA or FEI Young Horse judges, or a combination of both 9.1.2 Dress and saddlery Approved safety helmets are to be worn in all 4, 5, 6 and 7 year old competitions.

This includes qualifying events and State/Australian National Championships.

The following conditions apply:

a) a whip is permitted to be carried in all age groups at qualifying events

b) for Young Horses a total maximum length of 120 cm is permitted

c) for Ponies, a maximum length of 100 cm is permitted

d) in the practice area, the use of one whip is permitted for all age groups

e) a whip is permitted to be carried in the 4 year old age group (only) at the State and Australian Championships 

f) a whip is not permitted to be carried in the 5, 6, 7 year old competition arena at the State and Australian Championships. The whip must be dropped before entering the space around the competition arena or the rider will entail a penalty of 2 points from the total score out of 100 prior to conversion to a percentage

g) 4,5 and 6 year old horses are to be ridden in a snaffle bridle as defined in Section 5

h) 7 year old horses may be ridden in a snaffle or double bridle as defined in Section 5

i) the minimum diameter of the mouthpiece of the snaffle bit must be at least:

j) 14mm for horses – refer to rule 5.11.1.3 k) 10mm for ponies – refer to rule 5.11.1 l) the Mexican/Crossed noseband is not permitted m) all other dress and recognised requirements are as stated in Section 5 See also ANNEX E

9.1.3 Non-State Championship events In regards to holding non-State Championship events:

a) organisers are permitted to utilise the format of the State Championships

b) such events can consist of just one or two rounds

c) where the State Championship formula is used both rounds may be used as qualifiers providing completely different judges are used for each round

d) events can be held over more than one day

9.2 Conduct of qualifying events In the case of holding qualifying events:

a) callers are permitted for 4,5 and 6 year old competitions

b) the age of horses is taken from the 1st August (see rule 4.8.4)

c) the y are to be ridden one horse at a time in the arena

d) decimal points may be used

e) for 4,5 and 6 year old FEI Young Horse tests (including at qualifying events) the judges will sit together at C. For 7 year old FEI Young Horse the technical judge will sit at C and the two judges assessing the quality will sit together at B or E

f) qualifying events must consist of one round and use the tests outlined in the table below: Age Mandatory round 4YO FEI Young Horse test for 4-year-olds 4YO Pony FEI Young Horse test for 4-year-olds 5YO FEI Young Horse Preliminary test for 5-year-olds 5YO Pony FEI Young Horse Preliminary test for 5-year-olds 6YO FEI Young Horse Preliminary test for 6-year-olds 6YO Pony EA test for 6-year-old Ponies 7YO EA Young horse tests for 7-year-olds

9.3 State Young Horse Championships For 4, 5, 6 and 7 year old horses and 4,5 and 6 year old ponies:

a) the age of horses/ponies is taken from the 1st August

b) Ponies must not exceed 149cms with shoes or 148cm without shoes. A current EA approved height certificate must be supplied upon request

c) only first round test as outlined in rule 9.3.1 below may be commanded

d) states may conduct their own championships each year; however, horses may qualify for the Australian Championships without attending a State Championship

e) competitions will be offered for 4, 5 and 6 year old horses/ponies and 7 year old horses

f) the competitors’ state of origin must be included in the start list, draw, program and results g) both rounds may be used as qualifying scores to compete at the Australian Young Horse Championships providing completely different judges are used for each round h) for judges please refer to rule 9.1.1

#
Class
Status
Notes
Test
Fee
01
Participant EA Preliminary 1A -Saturday
20 left
$35.00
02
Participant EA Preliminary 1B - Saturday
20 left
$35.00
03
Participant EA Novice 2A - Saturday
Open
$35.00
04
Participant EA Novice 2B - Saturday
Open
$35.00
05
Competitive EA Preliminary 1A - Saturday
20 left
$35.00
06
Competitive EA Preliminary 1B - Saturday
20 left
$35.00
07
Competitive EA Novice 2A -Sunday
20 left
$35.00
08
Competitive EA Novice 2B -Sunday
14 left
$35.00
09
Competitive EA Elementary 3A - Saturday
20 left
$35.00
10
Competitive EA Elementary 3B -Saturday
20 left
$35.00
11
Competitive EA Medium 4A - Sunday
9 left
$35.00
12
Competitive EA Medium 4B - Sunday
9 left
$35.00
13
Competitive EA Advanced 5A - Saturday
9 left
$35.00
14
Competitive EA Advanced 5B -Saturday
9 left
$35.00
15
PSG - Saturday
5 left
$45.00
16
Inter 1 - Sunday
3 left
$45.00
17
Inter A - Saturday
Open
$45.00
18
Inter B - Sunday
Open
$45.00
19
Inter II - Saturday
Open
$45.00
20
Grand Prix - Sunday
Open
$45.00
21
Participant Prep A - Saturday
Open
$35.00
22
Participant Prep E - Saturday
Open
$35.00
23
Pony Competitive EA Preliminary 1A - Saturday
Open
$35.00
24
Pony Competitive EA Preliminary 1B - Saturday
Open
$35.00
25
Pony Competitive EA Novice 2A - Sunday
1 left
$35.00
26
Pony Competitive EA Novice 2B - Sunday
2 left
$35.00
27
Pony Competitive EA Elementary 3A - Saturday
Open
$35.00
28
Pony Competitive EA Elementary 3B - Saturday
Open
$35.00
29
Pony Competitive EA Medium 4A - Sunday
6 left
$35.00
29
Pony Competitive EA Medium 4 B - Sunday
6 left
$35.00
30
Pony Competitive EA Advanced 5A - Saturday
Open
$35.00
31
Pony Competitive EA Advanced 5B - Saturday
Open
$35.00
32
Para Tests by request - Saturday
1 left
$35.00
33
FEI YH Dressage Test 4 YO Horse - Sunday
Open
$40.00
34
FEI YH Preliminary Test 5 YO Horse - Sunday
Open
$40.00
35
FEI YH Preliminary Test 6 YO Horse - Sunday
Open
$40.00
36
YH Technical Test 7 YO Horse- Sunday
Open
$40.00
37
FEI YH Dressage Test 4 YO Pony - Sunday
Open
$40.00
38
FEI YH Preliminary Test 5 YO - Pony - Sunday
Open
$40.00
39
YH EA Test 6 YO - Pony - Sunday
Open
$40.00

Event Notes

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Contact Details

Alinta Veenvliet
Brookleighdressage@gmail.com
Alinta Veenvliet
0419832372
Alinta Veenvliet
Brookleighdressage@gmail.com
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