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					1 INFORMATIONS GENERALES
      1.1    Type of the event
CEI** - 160 kms
Location : Compiègne (60, Oise)
Country : France
Date : 29 August 2004

      1.2       Organising Committee
Name : AIRMES
Adress : 6, rue de Nervaise – 60170 Tracy le Mont – France
N° d’affiliation : 6020005
Phone number : +33 (0)6 09 47 02 37
Telefax : +33 (0)3 44 91 06 87
Email : open-60@wanadoo.fr
Website : www.jump60.com

President :                       Antoine THIRY
Secretary :                       Nicolas WAHLEN


2 OFFICIALS
      2.1     Jury de terrain
President :                       Jean-Marie LAUDAT (France)
Member :                          Carole BUNTING (Great-Britain)

     2.2   Technical delegate
Ken LOW (France)

      2.3    Appeal committee
Christian DEPUILLE
Jean-Yves MATHUREL
Renaud LALOU

     2.4    Chief steward
Mathieu REITH (France)

      2.5    FEI Veterinary committee
President :                     Dr. Antoine SEGUIN (France)
Foreign veterinary delegate :   Dr.Yassine MOTEMRI (Tunisia)
Members :                       Dr. ROBERT
                                Dr. BALMER


3 GENERAL CONDITIONS

The event is organised in accordance with :
   - FEI statutes (20th edition, effective 1999, revision 2001)
   - FEI General Regulation, (20th edition, 2001)
   - FEI Veterinary Regulation (9th edition effective 1st January 2002)
   -    FEI Rules for Endurance Events (5th edition, 2000)
   -    New stars classification for the Endurance events (effective 1st January
        2003)
   -    and all subsequent corrections and modifications to the above Rules and
        Regulations as published by the F.E.I.
   -    An arbitration procedure is provided for under the FEI Statutes and General
        Regulations as referred to above. In accordance with this procedure, any appeal
        against a decision rendered by the FEI or its official bodies must be sttled
        exclusively by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland.



4 SPECIFIC TECHNICAL CONDITIONS
       4.1      Competition
   -     Classification : Individual
   -     Against the clock
   -     Start system : in group
   -     Ground : Forest path, less than 10% of roads
   -     Altitude variation : less than 100 metres

    4.2    Distance
   - The total distance is : 160 km
   - The number of phases is : 6
   - The following veterinary examinations will take place at :
         λ 35 km, with holding time of 40 minutes
         λ 55,4 km, with holding time of 40 minutes
         λ 93,1 km, with holding time of 40 minutes
         λ 120 km, with holding time of 40 minutes
         λ 138,3 km, with holding time of 40 minutes
         λ 158,7 km, within 30 minutes after the arrival maximum.

     4.3   Heart rates
At each Vet Check the pulse rate must not exceed 64 beats/min. after 30 minutes
recovery.

       4.4    Minimum weight required
The minimum weight is 75 Kg.
Weighing system : rider equiped (except the bridle) with an official scale, before and
after the course.
     4.5     Place and time of start
Time : 6.00 am
Place : Racecourse of Compiègne

    4.6      Logos
Competitors are authorized to carry the logo of their sponsors.


5 INVITATIONS
      5.1    Invited Nations
Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Portugal, Germany, Spain, Great-Britain, Malaysia,
Mongolia, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Poland, United States,
Argentina, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Qatar, Australia, New Zealand, Finland, France,
Turkey, Bahrain.

      5.2     CEI
Number of competitors for the host nation : 100
Invited Nations : 24
Number of competitors per country : no limit
Number of horses per competitor : 1


6 ENTRIES
      6.1     Note
Competitors who want to compet in an international event need to have a confirmation
signed by their national federation. The competitors must be entered in international
event by their national federation.
The Organising Committee can not accept any other entries.

      6.2      Delay
Closing dates :
Entries in principle               Monday 19 July
Nominated entries                  Monday 2 August
Definite entries                   Monday 16 August

Entries for foreign riders must to be send to :
FFE – 81/83 Avenue Edouard Vaillant – Bat. E – Le Quintet – 92517 Boulogne
Billancourt Cedex – France
Fax : +33 (0)1 58 17 58 60
With a copy to the Organising Committee :
Fax : +33 (0)3 44 91 06 87

For French riders :
French riders must to be send their demand of participation at the last, before the 10th
August, to the « Direction Technique Nationale de la FFE », bureau de l’Endurance –
81/83 Avenue Edouard Vaillant – Bat. E – Le Quintet – 92517 Boulogne Billancourt
Cedex – France, and check the evolution of their demand by phone : +33 (0)1 58 17 58
65.
As early as they have their confirmation of authorization to participate, they must be
enter by the GICE system : 3615 FFECOMPET, before midday, August 17th, 2004.


7 FACILITIES OFFERED
      7.1      Horses
Boxes included in the entry fee, from Wednesday 25 August (at night) to Monday 30
August (Midday).
Extra night : 25 euros.

        7.2   Riders and grooms
Lodging facilities with the « Maison de l’Europe de Compiègne » – 300 meters of the
stables. Only for foreigners.
Camping for everyone at the stabling area with water, electricity, showers and sanitary
facilities.
8 ENTRIES FEES

250 euros per horse competing


9 GENERAL CLASSIFICATION
       9.1   Prizes money : 7 623 euros
1st place                        1 905 euros
2nd place                        1 448 euros
3rd place                        1 143 euros
4th place                        915 euros
5th place                        763 euros
6th place                        610 euros
7th place                        458 euros
8th place                        381 euros

     9.2     Prize
Trophy, plates and rosettes will be given to each rider who finish the race.


10 VETERINARY CONDITIONS
      10.1 Vet examination
Friday 27 August at the arrival of the horses or from 10.00 am, at the stabling area.

      10.2 First vet inspection
Friday 27 August, between 2.00 and 5.00 pm

     10.3 Final inspection
Sunday 29 August, within 40 minutes after the arrival

      10.4   Veterinary matters

                               VETERINARY ASPECTS “A”

                 Veterinary Regulations, 9th edition, 1st January 2002

VETERINARY EXAMINATIONS, HORSE INSPECTIONS AND PASSEPORT
CONTROLS.
They will be carried out in accordance with the Veterinary Regulations, Art 1011, the
Regulations of each discipline.

Art. 139.1
Every horse entered for any competition at CN or CIM (see appendix D) in a foreign
country, and all horses entered for other CI, CIO, Championships, Regional and Olympic
Games, whether at home or in foreign countries, must have an official, valid FEI
Passport, or a National Passport approved by the FEI accompanied by an FEI
Recognition Card, as a means of identification and to establish ownership.

Art. 139.2
Horses taking part in CN and CIM (see appendix D) in their own country are not required
to have such a passport as mentioned in paragraph 1. All such horses must be properly
registered and identifiable by diagram. Unless there is no national requirement for
equine influenza vaccination in the host country and in the country of origin ail horses
must have a valid vaccination certificate.

EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATION, VET. REGS. APPENDIX VI

All horses and ponies for which an FEI Passport, or a National Passport approved by the
FEI has been issued, must have the vaccination section endorsed by a veterinarian,
stating that it has received two injections for primary vaccination against equine influenza,
given no less than 21 days and no more than 92 days apart.
In addition, a booster injection must be recorded as having been given within each
succeeding 12 months, subsequent to the second injection of the primary vaccination.
None of these injections must have been given within the preceding 7 days including the
day of the competition or of entry into the competition stables.

The above are the minimum requirements for influenza vaccination. Both primary and first
and subsequent booster injections should be given according to the manufacturer's
instructions, which will fall within the stipulation of the FEI ruling. In many cases booster
injections are recommended by the manufacturers and by National Veterinary
Authorities/Regulatory Authorities at intervals more frequent than 12 months.

SAMPLING FOR PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES (Vet. Regs. Chapter V & Vl and Annex
111)
Regular sampling is carried out in CCI***/****, CSI***/****/*****, CIOs, World Cup Qualifiers
and Finals, Championships and Games, whereas at other Cls sampling is recommended.
In CICs***/****, the number of horses tested is at the discretion of the Testing
Veterinarian/Veterinary Delegate; however, a minimum of three is recommended (Art. VR
1017.4)

Special guidelines are applicable for events covered by the FEI Medication Control
Programme (Groups I & Il only).
Medication Control Program (Groups I & II only)
The OC of FEI events within Groups I & II are advised to charge competitors the
equivalent of 12,50 CHF (8 euros) per horse per event as a contribution towards the
costs of MCP programme.


                               VETERINARY ASPECTS “B”

1. Customs’ formalities
Any horse entering on the French Territory, whatever its country of origin outside EEC,
must have a temporary Import Authorisation granted by : U.N.I.C., 104 rue Réaumur,
75002 PARIS, Tel : + 33 (0)145 08 88 03.
On entering the French territory, horses will be covered by a temporary admission
permit, on production of the above mentioned permit and of the requested temporary
import documents, they shall be exempted from having to pay a deposit. Horses
coming from countries out of EEC. will be travelling under ATA.
Horse Custom Fees will have to be settled at frontier at the expense of the organising
committee.


3. Approved laboratory - (Art. 1022 and Annex X)
Approved laboratory only for Groups I & II.

According to the medication control program (MCP) in force in Groups I and II, all
samples taken according to Art 1017.1 of the Veterinary Regulations will be analyzed by
LABORATOIRE DES COURSES HIPPIQUES (LCH) – 15 rue de Paradis, 91370
Verrière Le Buisson, France.



11 MISCELLANEOUS
      11.1 Objections & Complaints
All complaints and objections to be valid must be made with a written notice and
accompanied by a deposit of 150 CHF, or equivalent.

      11.2 Doctor, veterinarian and farrier
Treating veterinarian           Dr. Alexandro HERRERA
Doctor                          Dr. Patricia WAHLEN
Farrier                         Mr. Eric SELTZER

      11.3 Insurance
All owners and competitors are personally responsible for damages to third persons
caused by themselves, their employees, their agents or their horses. They are therefore
strongly advised to take out third-party insurance providing full coverage for participation
in equestrian events at home and abroad, and to keep the policy up to date.

The OC renounces all responsibilities for any damage done to property, persons or
fortune, caused by accident and/or by illness of riders, horses and stable staff. Damages
on vehicules, saddlery, ustensils other objects (including damage or theft/loss/fire) are
no under the responsabililty of the OC.

      11.4 Event’s organisation
In exceptional circumstances, together with the approval of the Ground Jury, the
Organizing Committee reserves the right to modify the schedule in order to clarify any
matter or matters arising from an omission or due to unforeseen circumstances. Any
such changes must be notified to all competitors and officials as soon as possible and
they must be reported to the Secretary General by the Foreign Judge.

      11.5 Results
The results, including the prize money and presents given, must to be send to the FEI,
immediatly after the event with the corresponding form. The passport number, name and
nationality of horse and owner’s name, must be mentionned.
      STABLE SECURITY / STEWARDING AT INTERNATIONAL EVENTS


          MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO ENSURE IMPLEMENTATION OF RV
                              ART. 1005.2.5


1.       ACCESS TO STABLE AREA
For an optimal stable security, the stables must be completely enclosed within a suitably restrictive
perimeter (stable area) which will act both as a deterrent to the admission of unauthorised persons
and to the exit of horses. The areas must be sufficiently large to allow horses to be evacuated from
the stables in an emergency, but still remain within the confines of the perimeter. However, several
disciplines allow in specific situations a lower level of stable security (see discipline rules).
Whenever possible the stable area must include only stables - lorries, caravans, etc., should not be
permitted within the areas unless specifically needed as accommodation for horses and/or grooms.
Access to stables must be limited to those persons indicated in Art. 1005.2.5.2. it is essential that
the official issuing authorised access be a responsible person of seniority within the Organising
Committee.

2.        CONTROL OF ACCESS
A control system must operate at all entrance gates so that there is an efficient and reliable method
of identifying those who enter and leave the stable area at any time.

Extra vigilance must be used in establishing the identity of persons and reasons for entering the
stables during the night time hours.

3        STEWARDING OF STABLE AREA
At least one stable steward directly responsible to the Chief Steward must be present or readily
available in the vicinity of the stable area 24 hours a day during the entire duration of the event.
Deputies as required may assist him. The steward/deputies must regularly patrol the stable area,
without establishing any predetermined pattern, to discourage any form of illegal practices or
abuses to horses. Any misdemeanours must immediately be reported to the stable steward who
must, in turn, report to the Chief Steward.

The duty of the stewards is therefore to safeguard the welfare of the horses and to prevent any
form of illegal practices.

4.       GROOMS
It is appreciated that grooms wish to remain with their horses during the night. Only grooms duly
registered with the OC are permitted to do so.

The Person Responsible must ensure that his/her grooms, or any other authorised persons with
access to his/her horses, are familiar with the security and stewarding procedures operating at the
event attended.

5.        MOVEMENT THROUGHOUT EVENT GROUNDS
Movement of horses between the stables, practice, grazing and main arena must be strictly
controlled. The optimum layout for Jumping and Dressage disciplines is attached. It is appreciated
that flexibility will be required depending on the requirements of other disciplines.

6.        STEWARDING OF PRACTICE ARENA
The Chief Steward must ensure that each practice arena is adequately stewarded at all times that
it/they are officially open. He must also ensure that all practice arenas are subject to random control
when they are officially closed.
7.        GRAZING AREA
It is recommended that a grazing area be provided at all outdoor events and that this be subject to
random control. If available, it must be used exclusively for grazing horses or walking them in hand.

The Foreign Judge/TD at events will be specifically asked to check that the relevant requirements
are met, as reasonably as can be expected depending on the discipline, and to clearly indicate any
shortcomings, following which consideration may be given to altering the category of the event in
future.
                             WELFARE OF THE HORSE


                                CODE OF CONDUCT




1. At all stages during the preparation and training of competition horses, welfare must
   take precedence over all other demands. This includes good horse management,
   training methods, farriery and tack, and transportation.


2. Horses and competitors must be fit, competent and in good health before they are
   allowed to compete. This encompasses medication use, surgical procedures that
   threaten welfare or safety, pregnancy in mares and the misuse of aids.


3. Events must not prejudice horse welfare. This involves paying careful attention to
   the competition areas, ground surfaces, weather conditions, stabling, site safety and
   fitness of the horse for onward travel after the event.


4. Every effort must be made to ensure that horses receive proper attention after they
   have competed and that they are treated humanely when their competition careers
   are over. This covers proper veterinary care, competition injuries, euthanasia and
   retirement.


5. The FEI urges all involved with the sport to attain the highest levels of education in
   their areas of expertise.

				
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