VIEWS: 14 PAGES: 12 POSTED ON: 10/21/2011
A0002999N FOR PCAV & NON PCAV MEMBERS – NON PCAV MEMBERS MUST PAY $5 PER DAY ATTENDANCE FEE Saturday April 26th & Sunday April 27th 2008 At the Prince of Wales Show Grounds Holmes Rd Bendigo DRESSAGE OPEN TO PCAV & HRCAV MEMBERS ONLY –please see Entry form for details SHOW JUMPING GAMES – consisting of 4 events=1 class Keyhole, bend, flag, stepping stones HANDYMOUNT SMARTEST ON PARADE HANDLER CLASSES RIDER CLASSES BEST EDUCATED MOUNT ENQUIRIES - SUE FOLEY KERRIE LONG Ph 03-54 478285 Ph 03-54 391388 Mb 0407 843 749 Mb 0447 384 588 EMAIL- email@example.com For an entry form and program go to www.bendigoponyclub.com.au ENTRIES CLOSE WEDNESDAY APRIL 9TH 2008 1 TEAMS Teams will consist of a maximum of 4 riders. Team members must represent the school they are currently enrolled at and attending. Schools unable to field a team may enter individual riders who may nominate to join a composite team assembled by B.P.C. organizing committee. Each team must have an Adult Team Manager. The Team Manager is responsible for their team during the competition. Team members may enter up to 6 classes. Cost is $8 per class. All competition disciplines/events must be covered by the team members. COMPETITION NUMBERS & ARMBANDS All competitors must provide their own numbers- bridle numbers, saddle cloth numbers or number holders. All competitors must wear medical armbands. GEAR CHECK Gear check prior to competing. All riders must wear complying helmets. Spot checks to ensure compliance may occur. Elimination will apply for incorrect helmet standard number. SHOW JUMPING AND DRESSAGE Open to P.C.A.V and H.R.C.A.V members only. H.R.C.A.V. members please include a photocopy of current card and grading with entry form. GAMES 1. This is a timed event 2. Knocking of a bending pole will incur a 5 second penalty. Missing a pole without rectifying course will incur elimination- taking the wrong track elimination 3. Stepping on the line or outside the circle of the keyhole incurs elimination- including entrance chute 4. If a flag is knocked over it must be stood up before continuing the course. If a flag falls out of the drum it must be picked up and put in from the horse (not from the ground) before continuing the course. 5. Course to be ridden in the following order - rider to commence at the bending race - On completion go straight to the keyhole, then onto modified flag (3 flags). - After putting the last flag into the drum the rider dismounts and runs, leading the horse, over the stepping stones to the finish. 2 PRIZES Shield, sashes and $200 cheque to the school for the Highest Point Scoring Team Sashes for 1st and 2nd runner up teams Trophy and Sash for High Point Individual Trophy and Sash for Best Performed Primary Individual Trophy and Sash for Best Performed Secondary Individual CHAMPION and RESERVE SASHES for each discipline Ribbons 1st to 4th in all events SCORING 1ST 9 POINTS 2ND 7 POINTS 3RD 5 POINTS 4TH 3 POINTS 3 points for Champion 1 point for Reserve Champion CONDITIONS OF ENTRY Entering this competition constitutes acknowledgement that PCAV rules apply and acceptance of these rules –PCAV rules found at www.ponyclubvic.org.au The competition will be conducted in accordance with PCAV Dressage rules ( Nov 2006) PCAV Dressage test ( July 2006) PCAV Show jumping Rules published in PCAV Horse Trials Rules Dec 2004 PCAV Gear Rules (Nov 2006) PCAV Handbook of By Laws including Queries and Protest FEI Show jumping articles as defined in the program PCAV Sunsmart, Smoke Free and Alcohol policies No refunds after closing date except with vet or medical certificate The organizing committee reserves the right to cancel any class or competition; divide any class; alter times; refuse any entry with or without stating the reason. One horse one rider No Dogs- not in cars, not on leads, not at all. DISCLAIMER Neither the organizing committee of this competition nor the PCAV accepts any responsibility whatsoever for any accident, damage, injury or illness to horses, riders, grounds spectators or any other person or property. ELIGIBILITY Open to PCAV and Non-PCAV members who are currently enrolled at and attending a Primary or Secondary school. Non PCAV members must pay $5 per day attendance fee. Please complete day attendance form and send payment with entry. PCAV membership cards must be presented at the office prior to competing. 3 Program Saturday April 26th 2008 DRESSAGE Gear check at least 15 minutes prior to riding All tests taken from PCAV Dressage Test July 2006 OPEN TO PCAV & HRCAV MEMBERS ONLY 8:00 A.M START Class 1 Test *5A Class 6 Test *5C *for grade 5 riders Class 2 Test *4D Class 7 Test *4E *for grade 4 riders Class 3 Test *3D Class8 Test *3E *for grade 3 riders Class 4 Test *2D Class 9 Test *2E *for grade 2 riders Class 5 Test *1D Class 10 Test *1E *for grade 1 riders Ribbons to 4th place Champions and Reserve Champion Sash awarded to highest combined score at each dressage level i.e. riders must ride both tests in their grade to be eligible If any equal place exists, then equal place must be split in preference of 1. The higher collective marks over both tests. 2. The higher collective mark using the most difficult test. 3. If there is still a tie, competitors are placed equal. SHOWJUMPING Gear check 15 minutes prior to riding OPEN TO PCAV & HRCAV MEMBERS ONLY RING 1 10:00 AM START COMPETITION OVER TWO ROUNDS Class 11 45cm- for grade 5 riders Class 12 60cm- for grade 4 riders Class 13 75cm- for grade 3 riders Class 14 90cm- for grade 2 riders Class 15 105cm- for grade 1 riders COMPETITION OVER TWO ROUNDS RULES: This competition comprises two courses of the same speed. The first round is not against the clock. The second round is against the clock. Second round course is identical or different in track or in number of obstacles or in the dimensions of the obstacles. Each competitor must participate in both rounds with the same horse. Competitors who have been eliminated or who have retired during the first round may not take part in the second round and will not be placed. All competitors must take part in the first round to proceed to the second round. All competitors go forward to the second round in reverse order of penalties. Competitors will be placed according to aggregate penalties over both rounds and the time incurred in the second round. RING 2 11:00AM START COMPETITION IN TWO PHASE ARTICLE 274 Class 16 45cm- for grade 5 riders Class 17 60cm- for grade 4 riders Class 18 75cm- for grade 3 riders Class 19 90cm- for grade 2 riders Class 20 105cm- for grade 1 riders See over for rules 4 TWO PHASE RULES: This competition comprises two phases run without interruption, each at an identical or different speed, the finishing line for the first phase being identical with starting line for the second phase. The first phase is a course of 8 to 9 obstacles with or without combinations. The second phase takes place over 4 to 6 obstacles, which may include one combination. Competitors penalized in the first phase are halted by ringing the bell after they have jumped the last obstacle or when the time allowed of the first phase has been exceeded, after crossing the finishing line of the first phase. They must stop after crossing the first finishing line. Competitors who are not penalized in the first phase continue the course, which finishes, after crossing the second finishing line. The first phase is not against the clock; the second phase is against the clock. Placings are according to the penalties and time in the second phase and if necessary, to the penalties in the first phase. Competitors stopped after the first phase may only be placed after competitors who have taken part in both phases. In the event of equality for first place, the tied competitors will be place equal first. Sunday 25th March 2007 RING 1 9:00AM START SMARTEST ON PARADE- judged on presentation snaffle bit no martingales Class 21 Year 11 & 12 Class 22 Year 10 Class 23 Year 9 Class 24 Year 8 Class 25 Year 7 Champion Secondary Smartest on Parade Class 26 Year 6 Class 27 Year 5 Class 28 Year 4 Class 29 Year 3 Class 30 Year P-2 may be led Champion Primary Smartest on Parade HANDLER CLASSES – judged on students ability to show pony/ horse in hand Class 31 Year P-2 Class 32 Year 3 Class 33 Year 4 Class 34 Year 5 Class 35 Year 6 Champion Primary Handler Class 36 Year 7 Class 37 Year 8 Class 38 Year 9 Class 39 Year 10 Class 40 Year 11&12 Champion Secondary Handler 5 RING 2 9:00AM START RIDING CLASSESS- to be ridden in a snaffle bit no martingales Class 41 Year P-2 may be led Class 42 Year 3 Class 43 Year 4 Class 44 Year 5 Class 45 Year 6 Champion Primary Rider Class 46 Year 7 Class 47 Year 8 Class 48 Year 9 Class 49 Year 10 Class 50 Year 11&12 Champion Secondary Rider RING 3 9:30AM START BEST EDUCATED MOUNT- to be ridden in a snaffle bit no martingales Class 51 Year 7 Class 52 Year 8 Class 53 Year 9 Class 54 Year 10 Class 55 Year 11&12 Champion Secondary Best Educated Mount Class 56 Year P-2 may be led Class 57 Year 3 Class 58 Year 4 Class 59 Year 5 Class 60 Year 6 Champion Primary Best Educated Mount RING 4 9:30AM START HANDY MOUNT - activity trail course. A timed event judged on the rider’s ability to display their mounts versatility and manners. You will be required to carry an article, dismount and mount, open and close a gate, jump a small jump etc Class 61 Year P-2 may be led Class 62 Year 3 Class 63 Year 4 Class 64 Year 5 Class 65 Year 6 Champion Primary Handy Mount Class 66 Year 11-12 Class 67 Year10 Class 68 Year 9 Class 69 Year 8 Class 70 Year 7 Champion Secondary Handy Mount 6 RING 5 10:00AM START GAMES- CONSIST OF 4 EVENTS= 1 CLASS SEE ENTRY FORM FOR RULES Class 71 Year P-2 may be led Class 72 Year 3 Class 73 Year 4 Class 74 Year 5 Class 75 Year 6 Champion Primary Games Rider Class 76 Year 7 Class 77 Year 8 Class 78 Year 9 Class 79 Year 10 Class 80 Year 11&12 Champion Secondary Games Rider ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED ENTRY FORM PLEASE REFER TO: CHECKLIST 1. Each team has covered all competition disciplines 2. HRCAV have provided a photocopy of current card and grading. PCAV members present cards on competition day at office 3. non PCAV members have completed and included day attendance form available at: www.bendigoponyclub.com.au and included $5 per day with entry fee 4. A4 envelope addressed to Team Manager or email address supplied for posting of catalogue and dressage times 5. Stabling ($12 per stable per night) and straw ($8 per bale) required- have you filled out form and included payment with entry? 6. Team manager details filled in with entry and declaration signed by team manager and school principal 7. Participant Declaration completed for each rider 7 BENDIGO PONY CLUB INTER SCHOOL TEAM CHALLENGE 2008 ENTRIES CLOSE WEDNESDAY APRIL 9TH 2008 Rider 1 Name of School: Team name: Name of rider: School Grade/ Year: PCAV member Open rider $5 per day att. Name of Horse: CLASSES TOTAL COST at $8 per class Stable Payment: $ Straw payment: $ $ Rider 2 Name of School: Team name: Name of rider: School Grade/ Year: : PCAV member Open rider $5 per day att. Name of Horse: CLASSES Stable Payment: $ Straw payment: $ TOTAL COST at $8 per class $ Rider 3 Name of School: Team name: Name of rider: School Grade/ Year: PCAV member Open rider $5 per day att. Name of Horse: CLASSES TOTAL COST at $8 per class Stable Payment: $ Straw payment: $ $ 8 Rider 4 Name of School: Team name: Name of rider: School Grade/ Year: PCAV member Open rider $5 per day att. Name of Horse: CLASSES Stable Payment: $ Straw payment: $ TOTAL COST at $8 per class $ Individual Entry Name of School: Team name: Name of rider: School Grade/ Year: PCAV member Open rider $5 per day att. Name of Horse: CLASSES TOTAL COST at $8 per class Stable Payment: $ Straw payment: $ $ COMPOSITE TEAM YES/NO Will be advised of team members prior to competition Please elect Team manager with entry TEAM MANAGER must be over 18 years NAME: ADDRESS: PHONE : Mb: email: 9 I have read and understand the Eligibility and Conditions of Entry and Team Members agree to abide by them Signed Team manager Signed School Principal Please enclose cheque for full payment for all riders on the entry form. Cheques payable to Bendigo Pony Club Inc. Post to: Bendigo Pony Club C/- Kerrie Long 105 Sheridans lane Knowsley 3523 Please enclose an A4 envelope addressed to the Team Manager for posting of Catalogue and Dressage times or supply an email address. Camping available at Show grounds Stables available - $12 per night per stable Straw $8 per bale Number of stables required No. of bales of straw Number of nights required Total cost Please include stable and straw payment with entry payment and attach this form to the entry 10 Participant Declaration Form Bendigo Pony Club Inc A0002999N Event Name: Bendigo Pony Club Interschool Equestrian Team Challenge April 26th & 27th 2008 Biosecurity is a condition of participation in our Clubs event. Please complete and sign this form and post with full team payment. In the event of an outbreak of disease, such as EI, it is crucial that we can track down every horse that has taken part in our event. To do that we need to record where they have come from and their destinations thereafter. Registered Name of Horse Address of property from Address of property to where and/or name as officially which the horse will be moved the horse will move after the entered to come to this event. event. (If different from origin.) Health of Horse (s) I declare that the horse named above will be in good health, eating normally and not showing signs of respiratory disease during the last 3 days leading up to this event. I give my authorisation for the Event Secretary to call for veterinary inspection of the horse/(s) named above and in my care should they be showing signs of respiratory illness at any time during the course of the event. I agree to pay any veterinary fees incurred as a result of this veterinary examination. Horse Event Declaration Waiver I understand that due to diseases such as equine influenza, the Victorian DPI, or other State or Commonwealth government body, may restrict or prevent the movement of horses, vehicles and personnel for a period of time (‘Standstill.’). I acknowledge and agree that a Standstill is a risk of competing at this event and I agree to pay all costs or expenses as a result of a Standstill. Biosecurity Guidelines I have read and understand the PCAV Biosecurity Guidelines on the website www.ponyclubvic.org.au and I will act in accordance with these guidelines. Refund Policy I understand that the Bendigo Pony Club will refund all entry fees if the event is cancelled prior to 48 hours before the event. If the event is cancelled within 48 hours or during the event, the organisers will refund less the cost of already incurred expenses. Signature of Person Responsible for Horse: __________________________________(Parent/Guardian to sign for riders under 18). Person who will transport the Horse (if different from above) __________________Phone/Mobile:_________________________ 11 Bendigo Pony Club Inc A0002999N Participants Duty of Care It is important that all horse owners remain vigilant while EI is still present in Australia. The risk of an outbreak in Victoria should not be underestimated. Individual competitors need to maintain the highest level of care when out and about competing. As an event organizer, we are writing to pre-warn you of your Duty of Care. Before our Event it is your responsibility to; - Monitor your horse(s) health in the days leading up to our event - Ensure that your horse(s) is healthy before deciding to attend - Ensure you have not been interstate and had contact with interstate horses or equipment 72 hours prior to our event. Should any of the following symptoms (however mild) be apparent, the horse should not be moved from the property and a vet must be called; - A fever (temp is over 39 degrees), - Nasal discharge - Persistent hacking cough - Depressed and off their feed. Heavy penalties could apply to owners and organizers that fail to report a horse showing the any of the above clinical signs, of up to $26,400 fine and/or 24 months imprisonment. When attending our Event it is your responsibility to take the following precautions; - Not share tack or equipment - Bring your own feed bins, water buckets and avoid the use of communal water troughs - Take home any feed that your horse(s) leave uneaten - Report any suspected illness to event officials - Minimize contact between horses (and people, if possible) - Seek veterinary assistance and isolate sick horse/s promptly - Not leave our event if horses are falling sick/or if instructed not to do so After our event is over and you return home, it is important to continue to regularly check your horse’s temperature. If any of the above symptoms occur, it is vital that you seek veterinary help without delay and inform the relevant authorities. 12
"complete Interschool Program 2008"