Elstead Riding Club Show Jumping inc Sunshine Tour Qualifiers (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sun, Mar 20, 2022
Closing Date
Thu, Mar 17, 2022
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Starting Times:
Times will be issued: 18th March 2022

Class 1
Cross Pole Jumping (0.40m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00
Class 2
Show Jumping (0.50m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00
Info:
(no fillers)
Class 3
Show Jumping (0.60m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00
Class 4
Show Jumping (0.65m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00
Class 5
Show Jumping (0.70m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00
Class 6
Show Jumping (0.80m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00
Class 7
Show Jumping (0.85m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00
Class 8
Show Jumping (0.90m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00
Class 9
Show Jumping (1.00m)    
Entry Fee:
£12.00
Member Fee:
£9.00

Show Secretary: Elstead Riding Club
Surrey,


Location
Elstead Riding Club Field, The Club Field , Seale Road , Elstead , Surrey

Show Information
By entering this event you agree to abide by the event rules in relation to this event, this includes any measures that are in place to make the activity Covid-secure.

Show Jumping Classes will be judged as a single phase competition. Competitors jump the whole course with the time taken in the second half of the course determining order of places if there is equality of faults (fastest time wins).

PLEASE NOTE:
THE CLUB FIELD WILL BE OPENED ONE HOUR BEFORE THE START TIME OF THE FIRST CLASS ON SHOW DAYS AND MAY BE LOCKED AS SOON AS ½ HOUR AFTER THE LAST CLASS FINISHES HATS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHEN MOUNTED AND SHOULD BE TO THE MINIMUM STANDARD WITH HARNESS PROPERLY ADJUSTED AND FASTENED.
Liphook Equine Hospital are on call – please see the secretary if you require veterinary assistance
THERE IS NO WATER SUPPLY AT THE FIELD
Horses who are not competing are not allowed on the showground without prior permission from the show secretary
Juniors are those aged under 18 on 1 January 2022.

Payment Details & Event Fees

Entries Secretary – Emma Kampa. Entries in advance only due to Covid restrictions.
You can book using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Elstead Riding Club.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.

Entry Fee: £12.00 (ERC members £9.00) per class + £3 per competitor towards first aid

Prize Information
Rosettes to 8th place in each class

Special Classes
All the classes at this event are Sunshine Tour qualifiers. 1st – 4th in each class will qualify (subject to eligibility) for the Sunshine Tour Championship at Hickstead from 15 -18 September 2022. For more information go to https://www.sunshinetour.co.uk/championships/show-jumping/

Refreshments:
Skip's Caterin

Terms & Conditions
1) All events will be run in accordance with the current British Riding Clubs Rule Book. It is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure that they comply with all BRC rules which can be found on the BRC website: http://www.bhs.org.uk/enjoy-riding/british-riding-clubs/brc-handbook 2) A ‘Riding Hat’, designed to provide protection and with a three point harness properly adjusted and fitted, must be worn at all times when mounted by anyone, whether or not a competitor, at all Elstead Riding Club events/competitions, including exercising, warming up and competing. Failure to do so may incur elimination. The British Riding Clubs standard for protective headgear can be found at: http://www.bhs.org.uk/enjoy-riding/british-riding-clubs/brc-handbook competitors are responsible for ensuring their hat meets the required standard. 3) The decision of the Judge is final. 4) Any objection must be made in writing within 30 minutes of the incident, accompanied by a deposit of £20 which will be refunded if the objection is sustained. 5) Neither the organisers nor the Hampton Estate accept liability for any claims in respect of injury or damage to any person, animal or property, however caused. 6) The organisers reserve the right to amend the schedule as necessary. 7) The organisers reserve the right to reject or cancel any entry made by any person or cancel any class (refunding any fees paid less £4 per competitor to cover administrative expenses). 8) No entries will be refunded except in the case of injury/illness of horse/rider where evidence of this is supplied e.g. letter/invoice from vet, medical certificate, etc. 10) Dogs must be kept on leads at all times whilst in the Club Field. 11) All competitors must wear the correct riding clothes whilst competing and exercising at competitions. 12) Stewards instructions must be followed. 13) Misuse of whips or spurs will incur elimination. Blatant use of bad language may result in the competitor being eliminated and/or barred from further competitions. 14) Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. 15) Horses must be kept to a walk unless in the warm-up or competition arenas. 16) The organisers reserve the right to eliminate any competitor who, in their opinion, places him/herself or others in any danger or who fails to observe the rules in this schedule. 17) Horses who are not competing are not allowed on the show ground without prior permission from the show secretary. 18) All competitors and/or owners, must have their own insurance which includes suitable public liability cover.

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
This Health and Safety Policy applies to all events run by the Elstead Riding Club. 1. The organiser of each event has the overall responsibility for health and safety. 2. All events are organised in accordance with health and safety legislation as applicable. All who have, to any extent, control of premises or site at the event are responsible for ensuring that: • everything reasonably practicable is done to ensure the health, safety and welfare of those attending the event; • they conduct themselves so that they do not put themselves or anyone else at risk; • the access to and egress from the site is safe and unobstructed. 3. Those referred to in paragraph 2 above include all officials of the event and members of the Committee. 4. All individuals attending an event have a responsibility for their own safety and must act in such a way that others are not put at risk by their actions. 5. Emergencies • First aid cover is provided on site at all open events. Anyone requiring medical attention should report, or be reported, to the Secretary's office; • 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; • In the case of an emergency, members of the public should contact the nearest official. • If emergency services are required, members of the public should report immediately to the Secretary's office; • Vet on call for all open events. Anyone requiring veterinary assistance should report to the Secretary’s office. 6. Horses can easily be frightened and can be dangerous. Members of the public are requested to keep clear from horse areas and to avoid behaviour which might alarm horses. 7. Emergency contact details and vehicle information MUST be lodged with the Secretary if you are competing on your own. 8. Dogs should be kept under close control and on a short lead. The Dangerous Dogs Act now covers private land.

 

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