Thames Valley Riding Club Indoor Show Jumping Competition Sunday 5th April 2009. At Berkshire College of Agriculture Burchetts Green. SL6 6QR Open to all – classes from 2’6 to 3’0 With allocated Times Including ROUND 1 QUALIFICATION FOR RWHS Jumping CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES CLOSE : 30th March 2009 Entries will be limited Times will be on website www.tvrc.co.uk on Thursday 2nd. THAMES VALLEY RIDING CLUB Indoor Show Jumping Sunday 5th April 2009 BCA, Burchetts Green, SL6 6QR Entries Close – 30th March 2009 : Entries may be limited! Rosettes to 6th place. Class 1 Novice Rider not to be registered with BSJA. Fences approx. 2’6”. Section A – Ponies 14.2 hh and under Section B – Horses over 14.2hh Class 2 Intermediate Open to any horse / rider Fences approx 2’9” Class 3 CLUB LEVEL QUALIFIER FOR THE AMTRUST EQUINE – RWHS UNAFFILIATED CHAMPIONSHIPS www.rwhs.co.uk and www.britishridingclubs.org.uk Novice Jumping Top Score – 2’0” to 3’0” joker fence Riders in the Novice classes may not have won any money in BSJA competitions. SECTION A - Juniors SECTION B - Seniors The course will consist of up to 12 obstacles (which should be varied and of BSJAstandard) each of which must be capable of being jumped in both directions. Fences will be built to differing heights and each will carry a points value, increasing with the height for the fence, ranging from 12 to 120. There will be a joker fence worth 200 points. Time allowed is 60 seconds. Full details on www.rwhs.co.uk Entry forms for class 3 are on the website www.rhws.co.uk Class 4 Small Open Open to any horse / rider Fences approx. 3’. Class 5 CLUB LEVEL QUALIFIER FOR THE AMTRUST EQUINE – RWHS UNAFFILIATED CHAMPIONSHIPS www.rwhs.co.uk and www.britishridingclubs.org.uk Intermediate Jumping Top Score - 2’6” to 3’9 joker fence Riders may not have had more than £175 total SECTION A - Juniors SECTION B – Seniors The course will consist of up to 12 obstacles (which should be varied and of BSJAstandard) each of which must be capable of being jumped in both directions. Fences will be built to differing heights and each will carry a points value, increasing with the height for the fence, ranging from 12 to 120. There will be a joker fence worth 200 points. Time allowed is 60 seconds. Full details on www.rwhs.co.uk Entry forms for class 5 are on the website www.rhws.co.uk Classes 1,2, and 4 to be judged two phase, ie, all clear rounds will jump off against the clock immediately. Entry Fees: Classes 1,2,4,TVRC Members - £8 per entry per class, Day Members 1,2,4 - £11 per entry per class Classes 3 and 5 TVRC Members £10, Day Members £13 Late entries or entries on the day £2 per class extra if space permits. £3 TO BE ADDED FOR EACH RIDER FOR PARAMEDIC COVER Run under British Riding Club Rules except where a specific situation is not covered, then BSJA applies. All classes will be a drawn order and all riders will be allocated with times for all classes. Check the website (www.tvrc.co.uk) for running order and times or call 07985 419556 between 6.30pm and 9.30pm on Thurs 2nd April. ENTRIES TO: Clare Blakey 136 Chilcombe Way, Lower Earley, Reading, RG6 3DD Tel. 07590064603 (Enquiries strictly before 9pm) Tel no on the day 07751 533 004 Indoor Showjumping 5th April 2009 Entries Close 30th March NB. Entry forms for classes 3 and 5 are on the website www.rhws.co.uk Please send entry form to:- Clare Blakey : 136 Chilcombe Way, Lower Earley, Reading, RG6 3DD Cheques made payable to TVRC. Where did you hear about this event? ……………………………………………………… NAME: ______________ _____ ADDRESS: ______________ _____ ______________ __________ TEL NO: _____email _______________ Vehicle registration number ; _____________________________________________ Emergency contact number : ______________________________________________ I agree to abide by the rules and conditions as set out in the schedule. Signature Class Horse/Pony Rider Fee Add £3.00 per rider for paramedic cover. TOTAL THAMES VALLEY RIDING CLUB WWW.TVRC.CO.UK THAMES VALLEY RIDING CLUB We are an affiliated Riding Club and all competitions are run under British Riding Club Rules. These rules may differ from British Dressage, BSJA or British Eventing Rules in some instances. Where a specific situation is not covered by Riding Club rules, the official rules for British Dressage, BSJA or British Eventing shall apply. Back protectors must be worn by all competitors under 16 years old in competitions which involve jumping. GENERAL CONDITIONS OF ENTRY TO TVRC EVENTS 1. The judge’s decision is final. 2. All ridden horses / ponies must be 4 years of age or over. 3. Correct riding attire for each discipline must be worn. Hats must be worn, correctly fastened when mounted and be to a basic standard of PAS015, BSEN1384 or ASTMF1163; riders are responsible for their own safety. 4. We strongly recommend body protectors are worn by competitors for show jumping. The wearing of body protectors is compulsory for all cross country events. 5. Entries may be refused. All rights of entry are reserved. 6. All dogs must be kept on leads at all times. Those with dogs not on leads will be asked to leave the venue immediately. 7. It is the responsibility of competitors to know the rules - our stewards and officials are there to help and advise, please remember all our stewards are volunteers. 8. Save for death or personal injury caused by negligence of the organisers or anyone for whom in law they are responsible, neither the organisers of these events nor venue, any agent, employee or representative to these bodies accepts any liability for any accident, loss, damage, injury or illness to horses, owners, riders, spectators, land, cars, their contents and accessories or any other person or property whatsoever, whether caused by their negligence, breach of contract or any other way whatsoever. 9. Every effort will be made to run classes to schedule, however, the organisers reserve the right to cancel or amend classes. 10. Any change of horse or rider must be notified to the Secretary at least 15 minutes before the start of the class. 11. There must be no mucking out of trailers or lorries onto the ground. All muck and loose hay / straw must be gathered up and taken home. If parking on grass, do not allow your animals to graze as it is usually our hosts grazing. 12.Entry to events at any venue, does not entitle riders to use other equestrian facilities. Anyone found on other parts of the venue / estate will be banned from ALL future equestrian events at this venue. 13.In the event of the cancellation of an event, an administration fee will be withheld from the entry fee. 14.The order of starting for class 3 and 5 must be drawn. HEALTH AND SAFETY The Organisers of TVRC events have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of all officials, stewards and organisers. Any accident, however small must be reported and recorded at the Secretary’s office.