East Devon Hunt Pony Club Hunter Trials

East Devon Hunt Pony Club Hunter Trials (Cancelled)


Show Date
Sun, May 12, 2019
Closing Date
Fri, May 10, 2019
Starting Times:

9am Start. THE COURSE MAY BE WALKED AFTER 2PM ON SATURDAY
SENIOR COURSE - Classes 1-5
MINI COURSE - Classes 6-9. CLEAR ROUND OVER 16’s 9.30am-10.30am UNDER 16's 10.30am- 1pm Pay at the course. Must finish on time 40 - 60cm approx. Rosette to each clear round. Mini course classes start at 1.15pm


Class 1
Novice Restricted (0.70m - 0.75m)    
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Member Fee:
£22.00
Info:
Combination not to have won first place in any Hunter Trial or ODE at this height or over
Class 2
Open Pairs (0.70m - 0.75m)    
Entry Fee:
£33.00
Member Fee:
£30.00
Class 3
Junior (0.80m - 0.85m)    
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Member Fee:
£22.00
Info:
Riders 16 years and under
Class 4
Senior (0.80m - 0.85m)    
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Member Fee:
£22.00
Info:
Riders over 16 years
Class 5
Open (0.90m - 0.95m)    
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Member Fee:
£22.00
Info:

No Timed Section - will be judged on optimum time.
Class 6
Lead Rein Only (0.40m - 0.45m)    
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Member Fee:
£8.00
Info:
Over a shortened course
Class 7
Assisted (0.40m - 0.45m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Member Fee:
£12.00
Info:
Assisted means the rider may have external help or encouragement but no contact
Class 8
Junior (0.60m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Member Fee:
£12.00
Info:
Riders 12 years and under. Horse or Pony not to have been placed 1st in any Hunter Trial
Class 9
Open (0.60m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Member Fee:
£12.00
Info:

Timed Section for each class on Mini Course. Any Horse/Pony Rider combination competing on the Senior Course may NOT compete on the Mini Course.

Show Secretary: Bicton Arena
East Budleigh, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9 7BL
Tel: 01395 441162, Mobile: 07827290471, Website: www.bicton-arena.co.uk


Location
Bicton Arena, East Budleigh , Budleigh Salterton , Devon EX97BL
Map Link: EX97BL

Show Information

* AMBULANCE IN ATTENDANCE.
* VET ON CALL BUT NOT IN ATTENDANCE.
* REFRESHMENTS * PHOTOGRAPHER

Payment Details & Event Fees

ENTRY FEES IN ADVANCE - Please note this includes the First Aid Fee
CLASSES 1,3,4,5,6 EDHPC Members £22.00
All other competitors £25.00
CLASS 2 EDHPC members £30.00 per pair
All other competitors £33.00 per pair
LATE ENTRIES ON THE DAY £5.00 EXTRA PER CLASS
CLEAR ROUND EDHPC members £6.00 (pay on the day)
All other competitors £8.00 (Pay on the day)
CLASS 6 EDHPC Members £8.00
All other competitors. £10.00
CLASSES 7,8,9 EDHPC Members £12.00
All other competitors £15.00
There is no late entry fee for the mini course

Prize Information

Rosettes to 10th place on senior course and 6th place on mini course.
Prizes available for class winners
Trophies & rosettes to highest placed EDHPC member in each class

Terms & Conditions

Vaccination Rule 2019
Vaccinations (for all sports except Pony Racing – see PR Rulebook)
This rule applies to all competitions at Area Level and above:
N.B. Events that are held at other venues may be subject to additional specific rules. e.g. Any horse/pony entering a Licensed Racecourse Property MUST comply with the Vaccination requirements as set by the British Horseracing Authority. Similar restrictions apply in the cases of certain polo venues. In addition, if you are intending to compete under FEI Rules you will need to ensure you are compliant with those Rules.
1. Passports
A valid passport and vaccination record: • must accompany the horse/pony to all events • must be available for inspection by the event officials • must be produced on request at any other time during the event
2. Subject to paragraph 6 below, no horse/pony may take part in an event (which includes entering competition stables) unless it has a Record of Vaccination against equine influenza which complies with the Minimum Vaccination Requirements.
3. The Minimum Vaccination Requirements for a horse/pony are: (a) if the current vaccination programme started BEFORE 1 January 2014 that it has received: • a Primary Vaccination followed by a Secondary Vaccination given not less than 21 days and not more than 92 days after the Primary Vaccination; and • if sufficient time has elapsed, a booster vaccination given not less than 150 days and not more than 215 days after the Secondary Vaccination and further booster vaccinations at intervals of not more than a year apart PROVIDED THAT if all annual boosters given AFTER 31 December 2013 have been given correctly, any error with the first booster vaccination or an annual booster given BEFORE 1 January 2014 may be ignored (b) if the current vaccination programme started AFTER 31 December 2013 that it has received: • a Primary Vaccination followed by a Secondary Vaccination given not less than 21 days and not more than 92 days after the Primary Injection; and • if sufficient time has elapsed, a booster vaccination given not less than 150 days and not more than 215 days after the Secondary Vaccination and further booster vaccinations at intervals of not more than a year apart.
4. The Record of Vaccination in the pony’s passport must be completed by a veterinary surgeon, signed and stamped line by line
5. No horse/pony whose latest booster vaccination is more than 14 days overdue may take part in a competition under any circumstances.
6. Notwithstanding the above in cases where the Event Veterinary Officer, following consultation with the Pony Club Steward, is satisfied that the presence of the horse/pony at the event does not pose a threat to bio- security at the event, that horse/pony may nonetheless take part in the event on such conditions as the Event Veterinary Officer considers appropriate, but the circumstances must be noted on the certificate. Any horse/pony allowed to compete under this discretion must be re-vaccinated tocomply with the Minimum Vaccination Requirements and the certificate duly completed before it is eligible to compete again.
7. No pony may compete on the same day as any relevant vaccination is given or on any of the 6 days following such a vaccination.

1. The decision of the Judges and Organiser is final. 2. NO OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE WILL BE ALLOWED WHILST ON THE COURSE. 3. No fences in the park may be used for practicing other than those officially flagged. 4. All competitors MUST wear a body protector which must meet BETA 2009 Level 3 standard (purple label). 5. All pony club competitors MUST wear medical armbands. All other competitors are advised to wear them. A Limited Number will be available to purchase on the day. 6. All competitors’ hats MUST comply with the current pony club safety standards. ALL HATS MUST BE OFFICIALLY TAGGED AND TAG CHECKED BY THE SECRETARY 7. Long hair must be tied up so that fence judges can clearly see numbers on bibs. 8. Age on day of competition. 9. Dogs on leads at all times please including course walk and please clear up after your pet. 10. No refund after closing date except in the event of cancellation by organisers, when any refund will be at the discretion of the organisers. 11. COMPETITORS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PRESENTING THEMSELVES TO STARTER BEFORE CLASS CLOSES. 12.LEGAL LIABILITY. Save for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the organisers, or anyone for whom they are in law responsible, neither the organisers of this event nor the Pony Club, nor any agent, employee or representative of these bodies, accepts any liability for any accident, loss, injury or negligence, breach of contract or in any other way whatsoever. 13. HEALTH & SAFETY. The organisers of this event have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the organisers and all the officials and stewards. The Committee and Organisers do not hold themselves responsible for any loss, injury or illness to any horse, rider, spectator or any other person or property. 14. Any rider competing and travelling on their own must make the secretary aware 15. Any rider wearing a body cage back protector must leave the alan key with the secretary 16. Any person wishing to lodge an objection should do so in writing at the Secretary’s tent, together with a deposit of £20.00 within 15 minutes of the results being announced 17. For cross-country riding over fences 80cm high and above; a jockey skull cap with NO fixed peak must be worn. It is also strongly recommended that a jockey skull cap is worn for cross country riding over lower fences. 18. No horse/pony to complete any course more than twice on the day

 

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