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									              Open Winter Dressage
            Saturday 23rd February 2013
     Leyland Court Farm, Trench Lane, Bristol BS36 1RY
                by courtesy of Martin and Mandy Irish
Ring One
Class 1    Prelim 4 (2002) (Open)
Class 2    Novice 24 (2010) (Open)
Class 3    Percentage Class, PYO (Open)
           Choose from: Novice 34 (2009), Elementary 42,
           Medium 63(2002) (you may ride more than 1 test)
Ring Two
Class 4    BD Intro B (2009)Walk and Trot Test (restricted)
                                                                  st   rd
           Horse/pony/rider combination never to have been placed 1 -3 at prelim
           or above.
Class 5    Prelim 12 (2005) British Riding Clubs Area 9 Qualifier
                           (Royal Windsor Horse Show)
           Section A Junior Qualifier
           Section B Senior Qualifier
           Section C Open (non qualifier)
           (Horse must have no BD points, Rider may not be BHSII or
           above,or BD group 1-6)
           Riders in Section A or B of this class must be members of an Area
           9 Riding Club, and have a Blue BRC hat tag.
           Passports/vaccination records will be checked.
Rosettes 1st-6th
Entry Fees: £10 per class (SVRC Members £9)
Closing date for Entries:Thursday 14th February
Times on Website (www.severnvalerc.org.uk) from 21st Feb
Phone: Friday 22nd Feb, 7-9pm 0795 1234618
                         Standard Rules and Regulations                                       S V R C Open Winter Dressage, 23rd February 2013
Save for the death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the organisers or                              Entry Form
anyone for whom they are in law responsible, the organisers accept no liability for
any loss or damage, accident, injury or illness to horses, owners, riders,
                                                                                                Entry Fees: £10 per class (SVRC Members £9)
spectators, vehicles or any property or persons howsoever arising.                             Horse                    Rider          Class Fee
                                                                                                                                             (inc test
                                                                                                                                             for Cl 3)
Only horses of four years and over may be ridden at the event.

The judge’s decision is final in all cases.

The committee reserves the right to refuse entry without reason, disqualify
competitors for unreasonable conduct, alter or vary the programme in any way, as
deemed necessary, without prior notification.

All complaints must be lodged with the secretary, in writing, within 10 minutes of
                                                                                                       TOTAL ENCLOSED
the incident, accompanied by a deposit of £5, returnable if the complaint is upheld.

Correct dress and tack must be worn. The competition will be judged under current
                                                                                       Name:………………………………………………..
Affiliated Riding Club Rules (available on request). Riders must wear a BSI
approved hat with 3 point harness while mounted, and should not wear any               Address:………………………………………………………
jewellery. Long hair should be in a hair net or tied back above the collar. Horses
may only be ridden in a permitted snaffle bridle. No boots, bandages or                …………………………………………………………………
martingales to be worn. (breastplates or neck strap for prelim or Walk/Trot may be
worn)                                                                                  Tel:…………………………e-mail:…………………………
                                                                                       Club and membership No (Class5A/B)……………………………
Entries must be received by the closing date. In the event of high entries being
received, classes may be filled prior to the closing date.                             I/we agree to abide by SVRC rules
The organiser has overall responsibility for Health and Safety. The event is
organised in accordance with Health and safety legislation and all who have (to        Signed:………………………………………..
any extent) control of premises or site at the event are responsible for ensuring      (parent/guardian if under 17)
that: everything reasonably practical is done to ensure the Health and safety and
welfare of those attending the event; they conduct themselves so that they do not      Cheques payable to SVRC.
put themselves or anyone else at risk; access to and egress from the site is safe.
                                                                                       Entries to Kathryn Hannam, 2 Gifford Crescent, Little Stoke, Bristol
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      BS34 6JJ (enquiries: 07951234618/ 07966774186)
case of emergency, members of the public should contact the nearest official or        Closing Date for entries: Thursday 14th February.
dial 999 from the nearest phone.                                                       For further information on RWHS qualifiers, email
                                                                                       shelaghfishlock@blueyonder.co.uk
Horses are easily frightened and can be dangerous. Please keep clear of horse
areas/lanes and avoid behaviour which might alarm horses. Dogs must be kept on
leads and under close control. Children must be supervised.

								
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