Halesworth & District Riding Club Unaffiliated Dressage (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sun, Sep 18, 2022
Enter Online
Website:
Starting Times:
Times – Dressage times will be sent via email and published on our Website and Facebook Page on the Thursday Evening prior to Saturday shows; Friday evening prior to Sunday shows from 7pm onwards. Those without email will be contacted by phone/text with their times.

Class 1Jnr
Introductory - Test A ( 2008) - Short    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Info:
Junior Riders Only
Class 2
Introductory - Test A ( 2008) - Short    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Info:
Senior Riders Only
Horse/rider combination not to have been placed 1st – 3rd twice or more at this level at any dressage show in the last two years. Ineligible combinations may enter restricted classes as H/C if space allows, but no points or prizes will be awarded.
Class 3Jnr
Introductory - Test C ( 2016) - Short    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Info:
Junior Riders Only
Class 4
Introductory - Test C ( 2016) - Short    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Info:
Senior Riders Only
Horse/rider combination not to have been placed 1st – 3rd twice or more at this level at any dressage show in the last two years. Ineligible combinations may enter restricted classes as H/C if space allows, but no points or prizes will be awarded.
Class 5Jnr
Preliminary - Test 13 ( 2006) - Short    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Info:
Junior Riders Only
Class 6
Preliminary - Test 13 ( 2006) - Short    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Info:
Senior Riders Only
Class 7
Preliminary - Test 18 (Rev 2016) ( 2016) - Short    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Class 8
Novice - Test 34 ( 2009) - Short    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Class 9
Pick A Test - PYO    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Info:
Nov 39 (2010) or Elem 40 (2010)
Please state your level on your entry, thank you.
Class 10
Pick A Test - PYO    
Entry Fee:
£11.00
Info:
Nov 39 (2010) or Elem 40 (2010)
Please state your level on your entry, thank you.

Show Secretary: Halesworth & District Riding Club
Suffolk,


Location
Grove House Farm Equestrian, Hall Road , Spexhall , Suffolk IP190RR

Show Information
Entries close at 2pm on the Thursday prior to Show weekend or sooner if classes meet full capacity.
No phone/text/email entries. In the event of needing to prioritise entries these will be allocated strictly by date receipt order.

RESTRICTED CLASSES: Classes 2 and 4, as denoted with an*, are restricted as follows: Horse/rider combination not to have been placed 1st – 3rd twice or more at this level at any dressage show in the last two years. Ineligible combinations may enter restricted classes as H/C if space allows, but no points or prizes will be awarded.

Dressage – Lead rein competitors are permitted to enter intro classes only. Classes 9 and 10 are run on % basis.
Surface – Dressage: warm up & tests are ridden outdoors on surfaced arenas.

Payment Details & Event Fees
Entries accepted in advance using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Halesworth & District Riding Club.
You will receive an email confirmation of your class entry and payment.

Entry Fees Members: £11.00 per class; Non-members are welcome but will be required to pay £8.00 day membership
First Aid/PPE cover £1 per day

Prize Information
Rosettes to 6th place and will be split between Seniors and Juniors in classes 7 -10.
Completed score sheets and rosettes will not be presented on the day but shall be posted to competitors within 48 hours. Results will published on our Website and Facebook Page with 24 hours.

Special Classes
Withdrawing: Please contact the Entries Secretary asap on 07968 236678 or nicky.virgo@btinternet.com There will be no refund or entry carry forward for withdrawals received after the close of entries unless a replacement competitor can be allocated or withdrawal is accompanied by vet or doctors note which would allow a full refund (less administration fees).

Withdrawals/Refunds
Withdrawing: Please contact the Entries Secretary asap on 07968 236678 or nicky.virgo@btinternet.com There will be no refund or entry carry forward for withdrawals received after the close of entries unless a replacement competitor can be allocated or withdrawal is accompanied by vet or doctors note which would allow a full refund (less administration fees).

Terms & Conditions
ELIGIBILITY RULES:
Riders are asked to enter classes appropriate to the horse/rider combination ability & experience. Riders underestimating the combinations ability may be asked to consider the class as H/C & enter the next appropriate class.

EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATIONS:
It is a venue requirement that all horses or ponies attending must hold up to date vaccination records (horses new to the club must provide vaccination records via email at time of booking) with concurrent annual boosters

RULES: Competitions will be run under BRITISH RIDING CLUBS rules.
Where a specific situation is not covered within these rules, the official rules for BRITISH DRESSAGE shall apply. In all cases, the judge’s decision is final. Where possible, we will use British Dressage Listed Judges. Where this is not possible, our Judges will be experienced competitors BHS Instructors and/or unaffiliated Judges. All tests will be current British Dressage Tests. Riders Clothing Gaiters are permitted, but no chaps or half-chaps. In regular competitions, competitors may choose to ride without jackets.
Members can wear a fitted waistcoat in any conservative colour in a muted tone and should not be brightly coloured or have bold patterns. A suitable long or short sleeved shirt of a solid light colour is to be worn. A shirt that fastens at the neck with a tie, white round collar or correctly fastened stock must be worn. This should not be brightly coloured or have bold patterns.
Hats must be worn & comply with current minimum safety standards – PAS 015: 1998 or 2011 provided they are BSI Kitemarked or Inspec IC Marked VG1 01.040: 2014-12 provided they are BSI Kitemarked or Inspec IC Marked ASTM F1163 (2004a or 04a onwards) AND MUST HAVE SEI mark SNELL E2001 or E2016 AND MUST HAVE Official SNELL label and number AS/NZS 3838 (2006 onwards) AND MUST HAVE SAI Global
Whips must not exceed 110cms in length. Gloves must be worn Jewellery must not be worn.
Soft Face Masks that cover the mouth and nose are permitted, but no face shields are allowed.
Nothing is to be attached to the riding hat.

GENERAL:
LUNGEING: is not permitted. DOGS: Dogs on a Lead at ALL times at Grove House Farm
CHILDREN: under the age of 14yrs MUST be supervised by a responsible adult at all times.
Photography of Juniors: Professional and Amateur photographers may attend our competitions, upon entering classes you are deemed to have accepted that photographs may be taken of Juniors and possibly used for publicity purposes.
• Horses/Ponies under 4 years may enter classes as H/C only.
• The organisers reserve the right to refuse entry.
• Anyone displaying symptoms of illness will be asked to leave the venue. Please ensure temperatures of all attending are checked before leaving home
• Distances between horseboxes and trailers minimum of 3m
• The organisers ask that horses/ponies are not left tied to their trailers/lorries whilst unattended.
• Please observe and respect any signs displayed by Grove House Farm or HDRC.
• Please clear away and take home any litter or droppings.
• The organisers accept no responsibility for any accident, loss, damage, injury, illness to horse, rider, owner or spectator or to any property whatsoever.
• Riding in collecting ring or practice areas/arenas will comply with current British Dressage Rules
• Once tests are completed Riders are to leave the venue or return to their box or trailer until the next scheduled test is due
• If the construction of the arena makes it impossible for the competitor to ride outside the entire circumference of the arena before the judge’s signal to enter is sounded, they may ride inside the arena. Riders are to behave with consideration to their fellow competitors whilst working in and follow the below guidelines:
a) Pass left hand to left hand when meeting another rider coming in the opposite direction unless they are in counter canter, when you should give way by circling.
b) Make tack adjustments outside the arena if possible, or near the middle of the arena, but without obstructing the diagonal or centre lines.
c) To avoid accidents, announce that you intend to enter an indoor practice area.
d) Ensure your whip is not so long or used so that it could upset a passing horse.
e) Do not halt or walk on the outside track and always leave room for other riders to pass.
f) Do not lunge without the permission of the organiser and only if there is sufficient room so as not to cause inconvenience to other riders.
g) Trainers or other pedestrians are not to stand in the collecting rings or practice areas/ arenas and must minimise disruption to other riders when helping their client. Only one trainer or groom max per horse/rider combination. Junior riders may have up to 2 household members.
h) Riders with impaired vision should wear a white armband whilst warming up as an indication to other riders.
i) If a warm-up arena is becoming overcrowded, the organiser/steward may impose a limit on the number of horses allowed in the warm-up arena, giving priority to those closest to performing their test.

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HALESWORTH & DISTRICT RIDING CLUB WOULD LIKE TO THANK GROVE HOUSE FARM FOR THE USE OF THEIR VENUE & FACILITIES.
TO BECOME A MEMBER OF HALESWORTH & DISTRICT RC, PLEASE EMAIL: sue_batchelor11@btinternet.com

 

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