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Lakes & Craters International Horse Trials 2019

Camperdown

Camperdown Horse Trials Inc.
06/04/2019
08/04/2019
16/02/2019
16/03/2019
As Per Draw

 


 LAKES & CRATERS 

INTERNATIONAL HORSE TRIALS 2019

CCI4*L, CCI4*S,

CCI3*S, 

CCI2*L, CCI2*S , CCIJ2*L,

CCN2*(Formally 1* Interschools Only)

CCNEvA105, CCNEvAJ105, 

CNCEvA105 (Interschools Only)  

&

EvA95 and Interschools

 EvA80 and Interschools

 


 

 

BBQ Tea at the Green Shed on ?night,

$25 per adult, $15 per child

 

Event Information contact Teresa Matthews at camperdownhorsetrials@hotmail.com

Teresa - 0409952081 (email contact preferred)

 

Scratchings via the email address (attended during the event), scratchings prior to the closing date will receive a refund less $20 admin fee. Scratchings after closing date will receive a refund of sundry items only.

 Due to environmental concerns regarding our venue, all straw and manure MUST be removed from both fixed and portable yards and placed in the designated areas. All rubbish is to be placed in the skip provided.

Important information* - upon penalty of elimination. At no time is any horse permitted onto Oval No1. Please refer to site maps available at the venue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#
Class
Status
Notes
Test
Fee
01
CCI4*L
Open
$0.00
02
CCI4*S
Open
$0.00
03
CCI3*S
Open
$0.00
04
CCI2*L
Open
$0.00
05
CCIJ2*L
Open
$0.00
06
CCI2*S
Open
$0.00
07
CCN2*S (Interschools Only previously CNC1*)
Open
This is a One Day Event for Interschools Only
$0.00
08
CCNEvAJ105
Open
$0.00
09
CNCEvA105 Interschools Only
Open
This is a One Day Event
$0.00
10
CCNEvA105
Open
$0.00
11A
EvA95 and Interschools
Open
$0.00
11B
EvA95 and Interschools
Open
$0.00
12A
EvA80 and Interschools
Open
$0.00
12B
EvA80 and Interschools
Open
$0.00

Event Notes

$ Yards per yard for the duration of the event
N/A

Contact Details

Teresa Matthews
Teresa 0409952081
by Email
camperdownhorsetrials@hotmail.com
Camperdown Horse Trials Inc.
camperdownhorsetrials@hotmail.com
As per FEI Schedule

  

RULES:
The Event will be run in accordance with:
 F.E.I Statutes, 23nd Edition,  29th Apr 2014
 F.E.I General Regulations, 23rd Edition, (updated 16th Jan 2014)
 F.E.I Veterinary Regulations, 13th Edition, 1st Jan 2014
 F.E.I Rules for Eventing, 24rd Edition,  1st January 2014

Memorandum - 7th Edition 2004
2013 Eventing Ranking Rules (updated 20th Feb 2014)
This event is run under current national rules and FEI rules and all
subsequent corrections and modifications as published by the FEI and the EA with their provisions taking precedence. 

An arbitration procedure is provided for in the FEI “Statutes” and “General Regulations” referred to above. In accordance with this procedure, any appeal against a decision rendered by the FEI or its official bodies is to be settled exclusively by the court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

DRUGS AND SWABBING:
Random swabbing will take place at this event. The Ground Jury may at any time order the testing of any horse in accordance with the articles of the FEI Veterinary Regulations

CONDITIONS WHICH APPLY TO ALL CLASSES

1. LIABILITY
Equestrian Australia, Vic Branch Incorporated or the Camperdown Horse Trials Inc. committee does not accept liability for any accidents, damage, injury or illness to horses, grooms, riders, spectators or any other persons or property whatsoever.

2. INSURANCES
All owners and competitors are personally responsible for damages to third parties caused by themselves, their employees, their agents or their horses. They are strongly advised to take out third party insurance providing full coverage for participation in equestrian events at home and abroad, and to keep the policy up to date.

3. SPONSOR ADVERTISING
Competitors are authorised to carry the logo of their personal sponsor on the saddle cloth in accordance with Art. 135.

4. QUALIFICATIONS
As per current FEI and National Rules. Refer www.fei.org and www.equestrianaustralia.com.au

5. FEI REGISTRATION
All Riders and Horses participating in any International Eventing competition must be registered with the FEI(Art 511.1 and 511.2). Registration has an annual renewal requirement. For more information, refer www.fei.org

HORSE PASSPORTS
FEI PASSSPORTS/EA ID DOCUMENTS & EA REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES relevant to the classes must be presented at the arrival and ID examination which immediately precedes the first Horse Inspection.

6. ENTRIES
(a) Competitors riding more than one horse, shall have the starting order of their two horses determined by the draw. They will always be placed at the beginning and end of the time schedule.
(b) A substitute horse or horses may be nominated at the time of entry, which will only be allowed to compete in the case of veterinary certified injury or illness to the original nominated horse/horses.
(c) All entries must be online via WWW.NOMINATE.COM.AU ,with all details completed including Commentator Details. Dressage times for CCI4*S CIC3*S,CCI2*S and CCN2* Interschools (formally 1*)  CNCEvA105 Interschools Only EvA95 and Interschools & EvA80 and Interschools will be available at www.nominate.com.au when the draw has been completed.
(d) Closing Date of Entries:  16th March 2019.
(e) NO ENTRY will be accepted without the correct fees. 

A compulsory $25.00 Eventing Levy per entry (with no maximum per rider) is payable on entry to assist with providing adequate Medical Coverage for this event and ongoing improvements to our sport.

7. DECLARATIONS AND WITHDRAWALS
Presentation of a horse and subsequently passed fit, at the First Horse Inspection, will be taken as their declaration to compete. Any horse not submitted at the proper time may not be allowed to start. Please refer to  (http://www.equestrian.org.au/sites/default/files/Eventing_Australia_Refund_Policy_2018_0.pdf)All competitors must notify the Entry Secretary, Teresa Matthews - camperdownhorsetrials@hotamail.com NO REFUNDS AFTER CLOSING DATE.
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8. RIDING HELMETS
Riders must wear approved riding helmets on venue at all times, including Dressage phase of competition. Helmets according to Rules at the date of the competition.

9. GENERAL CONDITIONS
(a) The Organising Committee reserves the right to restrict the total number of entries in each class.

(b) FEI Passports will be collected at ID & Arrival
(c) An identification number will be issued with the Draw, and must be worn at ALL times when the horse/horses leave stables/yards.
(d) Any rider wishing to compete is advised to obtain the applicable FEI and EA Rule Books.
(e) The Committee Reserves the right to conduct a ballot at its discretion.
(f) Dogs to be kept on leads at all times.
(g) ABSOLUTELY NO competitor vehicles , bikes OR HORSES allowed on the Camperdown Golf Course, Bowling Greens, Tennis Courts and Private Property.
(h) Please respect this very beautiful Sporting Complex and surrounding land and property at all times.
(i) Non competitive horse are not permitted on the venue.

10. ORDER OF STARTING
The order of starting for the Dressage will be posted after the completion of the First Horse Inspection. Starting times for the Cross Country Phase will be available after the completion of the Dressage. Order of show jumping will be posted as soon as possible after the Third Horse Inspection. Horses will jump in reverse order of position.

11. OBJECTIONS
Objections must be made in writing, signed by the authorised person making the objection, and presented personally to the President of the Ground Jury, together with any supporting evidence and witnesses and a cash deposit of Aust $150.00 . General Regulations. 

12. EXERCISING OF HORSES
Competitors may exercise in the areas designated. Competitors may not ride on, over or near any part of the course, nor enter the dressage arena, under penalty of elimination. From the time of issue, competition numbers must be worn at all times while horses are being exercised, whether ridden or led. Horses are not permitted on the Number 1 cricket oval under any circumstances.  No horses to be ridden or lead beyond the main venue entrance. Absolutely NO horses on the Golf Course. 

13. STABLING/YARDS
* Due to environmental concerns regarding our venue,  all straw and manure MUST be removed and disposed in the skip/areas provided.  This is a condition of entry.
* All FEI horses are not permitted to leave the venue after the first horse inspection until after the completion of the event
* Yards are available at the venue at a cost of $? per yard for the duration of the event
* Portable STEEL yards are permitted and will be in an allocated area. ie left of  the venue main entrance and be away from the boundary permanent fence by one metre.
* STRICTLY NO ELECTRIC TAPE yards.
*
Non FEI competitors who have not been allocated yards please ring Ian Morton at South West Equestrian Centre 0413713202 to make own arrangements.


14. FODDER AND BEDDING
Fodder shall be the responsibility of the competitor. The following company located in Camperdown has a range of fodder.
Country Road Farm Supplies
4 Bowen Street
Camperdown 3260
Ph: 55932908 Open for business Monday to Saturday midday.
(No Hay or straw is available through this business only hard feed.)

ICE
Ice will be available on Saturday @ $5.00 per bag. Please pre order your ice, only a small amount of ice will be available to those who do not order with their entrys, you may miss out if you do not pre order.


16. PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE  - this is a guide only, dependant on numbers this timetable will be altered accordingly 

EA80 and EA95 One Day Event and Interschool Riders  -  riders are only required for the following days - Saturday Dressage & Show Jumping, Sunday X/Country & Show Jumping. 

All other classes -
           - 8.30am - Id & Arrival  3DE Horses                                                                                 - 9.00 - First Horse Inspection

  - 10.30 - Id & Arrival 105 to 3* Horses                                                                                         - 11.00 - First Horse Inspection 105 to 3* Horses

Dressage Commences     - 10.00am for .                                                 Start times posted at the conclusion of each Horse                                                                   Inspection

 - 8.00am Dressage - all remaining classes, including 1DE                                                          classes
- Compulsory Riders meeting with Ground Juries, 6.30pm at the                                               Green Shed.
Sunday - 8.00am Cross Country                                                                                                              - 8.00am 1DE classes Show Jump                                         

Monday         - 8.00 - Final Horse Inspection
                       - 9.00am Showjumping 


18. COMMITTEE’S RIGHTS
The Organising Committee reserves the right to:-
(a) Accept any entry.
(b) Modify the conditions or to cancel the event
(c) Alter the advertised timetable
(d) Refuse entry with or without stating reasons in any case.
(e) Limit the number of entries in any class.
(f) Ballot any entry from the event.

19. CAMPING
Camping is permitted. No power is available but there are showers and toilets. Space will be limited so competitors must park as instructed. Additional showers can be found at the Caravan Park on top of the hill and can be used for a small fee. Fires are not to be lit in the open under any circumstances. This is CFA legal requirement.

20. FACILITY FEE
A  compulsory facility fee of $25.00 applies to each competitor.

21. ACCOMMODATION
* The Mill, 3-5 Curdie Street, Camperdown (luxury) 03 55931637
* Timboon House, (B & B) 320 Old Geelong Road, Camperdown 03 55931003
* Lake Purrumbete Cottages, Purrumbete Est Road, C’Down 0419591660
* Commercial Hotel, 115 Manifold Street, Camperdown 03 5593 1187
* Cascade Motel, 311 Manifold Street, Camperdown 03 55 931144
* Manifold Motor Inn, 295 Manifold Street Camperdown 03 55932666
* Amble Inn Motor Inn, 71 Manifold Street Camperdown 03 55931646
* Camperdown Caravan Park, Park Road, Camperdown 03 55931253
* Lake Purrumbete Caravan Park, Purrumbete Est Rd, C’Down 03 55945377

CODE OF CONDUCT
1. In all equestrian sports the horse must be considered paramount.
2. The well being of the horse shall be above the demands of breeders, trainers, riders, owners, dealers, organisers, sponsors or officials.
3. All handling and veterinary treatment must ensure the health and welfare of the horse.
4. The highest standards of nutrition, health, sanitation and safety shall be encouraged and maintained at all times.
5. Adequate provision must be made available for ventilation, feeding, watering and maintaining a healthy environment during transportation.
6. Emphasis should be placed in increasing education in training and equestrian practices and on promoting scientific studies in equine health.
7. In the interests of the horse, the fitness and competence of the rider shall be regarded as essential.
8. All riding and training methods must take account of the horse as a living entity and must not include any technique considered by the FEI to be abusive.
9. National Federations should establish adequate controls in order that all persons and bodies under their jurisdiction respect the welfare of the horse.
10. The National and International Rules and Regulations in equestrian sport regarding the health and welfare of the horse must be adhered to, not only during National and International events, but also in training. Competition Rules and Regulations shall be continually reviewed to ensure such welfare.
 

PRIZES - NOT CONFIRMED FOR 2019

  
Woolen Trophy Rug for 1st Place in each class
1st,2nd,3rd,4th,5th,6th - Prizesand/or Money dependant on sponsorship
Rosettes to 8th place

 Rug for 1st place, rosettes to 8th place (subject to entrys) 

COURSE SPECIFICATIONS
as per current  FEI Eventing and National Eventing Rules
 

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