BRC Area 11 Arena Eventing Qualifier at Coombelands (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sun, Apr 11, 2021
Starting Times:

If you'd like to represent WVRC in this teams competition, contact Jacui Peterson ASAP (jacquipeterson@aol.com, 07538 476896) 


Schedule in Progress by the Secretary

Show Secretary: Wey Valley Riding Club
Hampshire,


Location
Coombelands Equestrian, Stane Street (A29) , Pulborough , W Sussex RH211BQ
Map Link: RH211BQ

Show Information

Organising Club:  West Surrey Rding Club

Location: Coombelands Equestrian, Stane Street (A29), Pulborough, West Sussex RH20 1BQ

This event will be run in accordance the BRC RULES 2020 and BRC COVID 19 current guidelines:

 

CLASS 1: 70 cms

Section A: Mixed Junior and/or Senior Team

Section B: Individuals

CLASS 2: 80 cms

Section A: Junior Individual & Team Qualifier

Section B: Senior Individual & Team Qualifier

CLASS 3: 90 cms

Section A: Junior Individual & Team Qualifier

Section B: Senior Individual & Team Qualifier

CLASS 4: 100cm

Section A: Mixed Junior and/or Senior Team

 

Section B: Individuals

Terms & Conditions

Team Managers please send copies of influenza vaccination records for both team and individual competitors by Thursday 1st April 2021 (ideally with entry forms) to westsurreyrc@gmail.com as well as producing the originals on the day with declaration forms (see separate communication). Please ensure that the name of the entered horse matches with the name on the Flu Vac Certificate and that you allow sufficient time for the certificate to be checked. No changes will be allowed on the day in the event of Flu Vac failures.

The horse must have been vaccinated within six months and 21 days of the date of the official BRC competition (qualifier or championship) but must not have been vaccinated in the 6 days before the competition. For full vaccination rules please refer to your BRC handbook or visit http://www.brcarea11.org.uk/Area11/flu-vacs-info/.

 

RIDERS: If riding two horses/ponies please highlight on entry form.

Competitors must supply their own number bibs.

The organisers reserve the right to refuse any entry.

 

PARAMEDICS & VET WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE

 

HATS & BODY PROTECTORS

Everyone mounted, whether competing or not, must wear an appropriate hard hat (to comply with current BRC Rules). The hat must have a BRC/BE/PC hat tag (available from Secretary at the event). Dress as for FOTH Challenge (XC dress) Back protectors to a min of 2009

ENTRY FEES, WITHDRAWALS AND CANCELLATION DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL

In the event of abandonment entry fees will be returned less an administration fee of £10 per entry. Clubs are liable to pay the entry fee for all entries as per their prelim entry to BRC, except in the case of abandonment

DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY

Neither the organizers, Area 11 Riding Club Officials, nor Coombelands EC accept any liability for any accidents, injury, illness or damage to horses, owners, riders, spectators, ground or any persons or property whatsoever.

COVID-19 RULES

Government guidelines must be maintained at all time at any RC activity or event, especially in respect to maintaining a 2-metre distance from others and regularly hand washing. Most importantly, anyone displaying COVID-19 symptoms, however mild, should stay at home. Anyone who has been in contact with someone that is showing symptoms should stay at home. Anyone considered vulnerable should stay at home. Please only attend with one groom/helper to limit the amount of people on the showground – park vehicles at a 5m distance or more and always maintain and observe social distancing measures at all time and respect the stewards who may enforce measures on the day.

HEALTH AND 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 Organiser and all the Officials and stewards. You are politely requested to comply with the requests of any Riding Club Official or other Official, in order to ensure the safety of yourself and others, while attending the event.

 

Horses can easily be frightened and can be dangerous. Members of the public are requested to keep clear from horse areas/lanes and to avoid behaviour that might alarm horses. Dogs must be kept on a short lead at all times. Emergency Services must have access to all parts of the event site at all times and members of the public must not park vehicles so as to obstruct access. It is a condition of acceptance of your entry that you have read, and agree to abide by the above rules and requests.

 

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