KZN EVENTING CLASS 1 THE KZN PONY RIDER NOVICE CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIPS 2009 Dressage : 2009 Pony Rider Novice Test 3 Affiliated to KZNHS & run under FEI & SANEF Rules X-Country : Max height 95cm, approx. 1800/3200m Speed: 500mpm Date: 29th & 30th August 2009 Showjumping : Max height 1m, Speed 325mpm Venue: Durban Shongweni Club Entries Payable To: Durban Shongweni Club Bank Details: Standard Bank, Hillcrest, Branch code 045726, Cheque CLASS 2 JUNIOR NOVICE A/c No: 052007154 Dressage : 2009 Novice Test 2 Fax entries & deposit slip to: 031- X-Country : Max height 95cm, approx.1800/3200m 7681267/0865467788 Speed: 500mpm Enquiries: Shana 031-7681251 (9am to 4pm only) Showjumping : Max height 1m, Speed 325mpm Chris Hawley 031-7655871 (6pm to 8pm only) Karen Levey 031-7681241 (Entries 6pm to 8pm only) Entries Close: 4th August 2009 CLASS 3 ADULT NOVICE Entry Fees: Welcome – R 210 Dressage : 2009 Novice Test 2 Pre-Novice – R 230 X-Country : Max height 95cm, approx. 1800/3200m (Incl. of R4 KZNHS, R5 Eventing & R14 Discipline) Speed: 500mpm Novice – R 250 Showjumping : Max height 1m, Speed 325mpm Intermediate - R 260 FEI CIC* - R500 FEI CIC** - R550 CLASS 4 THE KZN JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP (Incl. of R4 KZNHS, R5 Eventing, R14 SANEF) Dressage : 2009 Intermediate Test 3 Cross Entry declarations must be in by 5pm on X-Country : Max height 1.05m, approx. 2000/3500m Friday 28 August 09 Speed: 520mpm X/C-Course Designer: Peter Kay Showjumping : Max height 1.10m, Speed 350mpm Vest: See Rule No. 16 Temp. Membership: R60 per non member of DSC Stabling: R200 per horse for the duration of the show CLASS 5 ADULT INTERMEDIATE Prizes: Rosettes & 40% of entry fees (after levies) Dressage : 2009 Intermediate Test 3 Catering: Will be available X-Country : Max height 1.05m, approx. 2000/3500m Saturday 29/8/09 Music, Braai & Salad Evening Speed: 520mpm Grooms Soccer Match Showjumping : Max height 1.10m, Speed 350mpm CLASS 10 ADULT PRE-NOVICE Dressage : 2009 Pre-Novice Test 1 CLASS 6 FEI CIC* ADULT KZN MINI CHAMPIONSHIP X-Country Max height 85cm, approx. 1500/2500m Speed: 470mpm NB: Competitors in this class need to complete both the standard and Showjumping : Max height 90cm, Speed 300mpm FEI Entry forms. CLASS 11 PONY RIDER WELCOME Dressage : FEI CIC* B TEST (2009) Dressage : 2009 Pony Rider Welcome Test 1 X-Country : Max height 1.10, approx. 2400/3200m X-Country : Height: 75cm; Dist: 1200/2000m; Speed: 520mpm Speed: 440mpm Showjumping : Max height 1.15m, Speed 350mpm Showjumping : Max height 80cm, Speed 300mpm CLASS 12 JUNIOR WELCOME CLASS 7 FEI CIC** KZN ADULT CHAMPIONSHIP Dressage : 2009 Welcome Test 1 X-Country : Height: 75cm; Dist: 1200/2000m; Dressage : FEI CIC** B TEST (2009) Speed: 440mpm X-Country : Max height 1.15m, approx. 2800/3600m Showjumping : Max height 80cm, Speed 300mpm Speed: 550mpm Showjumping : Max height 1.20m, Speed 350mpm CLASS 13 ADULT WELCOME Dressage : 2009 Welcome Test 1 For Specifications. See Special FEI Schedule enclosed. X-Country : Height: 75cm; Dist: 1200/2000m; Dressage Tests can be accessed from the FEI web site Speed: 440mpm www.horsesport.org. Showjumping : Max height 80cm, Speed 300mpm CLASS 8 PONY RIDER PRE-NOVICE Dressage : 2009 Pony Rider Pre-Novice Test 1 X-Country Max height 85cm, approx. 1500/2500m Speed: 470mpm Showjumping : Max height 90cm, Speed 300mpm CLASS 9 JUNIOR PRE-NOVICE Dressage : 2009 Pre-Novice Test 1 X-Country : Max height 85cm, approx.1500/2500m Speed: 470mpm Showjumping : Max height 90cm, 300mpm PROPOSED TIMETABLE (Subject to number of entries) Friday 28 August 14h00 X-Country courses open for inspection RULES AND REGULATIONS on foot ALL 2009/2010 Subs and Registrations must be in order as at 1 August 2009. Saturday 29 August 08h00 Dressage for all classes 1. All classes will be run under KZNHS and SANEF 1st May 2008 (Amended) Eventing 10h00 Showjumping for classes: 11,12 & 13; Rules except Class 6 & 7 to be run under FEI rules. 8,9 & 10, followed by Class 2 & 3 2. Entries from outside Kwazulu-Natal must be countersigned by the Regional Body concerned, as being in order. 17h00 Competitors Briefing followed by a 3. All tack will be checked before the commencement of each test. Protective headgear per Music, Braai & Salad Evening. Eventing rule 45.4.2, medical cards and body-protectors are obligatory for the Cross- Country test. Surcingles are strongly recommended. 4. Competitors shall wear the correct dress at all times whilst warming up and in the arena and Sunday 30 August 08h30 X-Country in class order ALL riders shall wear SANEF approved Protective Head Gear at all times whilst mounted. 14h30 Showjumping for classes 1,4,5, 6 & 7 5. Objections as per SANEF General Regulations-Appendix GR/B and Eventing Rules Section followed by Prize Giving for all classes. 43. 6. Entries not in order at closing date will not be accepted and the entry fee will be forfeited. Entry forms not accompanied by entry fees will not be accepted. Regional, KZNHS & DSC membership must be up to date for all Classes. The organizing committee reserves the right PROPOSED TIMETABLE FOR CLASS 6 & 7 – ADULT FEI CIC* & to restrict class entries. No changes between classes after closing date of entries. 7. The Show Holding Body reserves the right to alter or vary the programme in light of CIC ** prevailing conditions at their discretion, with the approval of the Technical Delegate. 8. The Organising Committee, the Show Holding Body, KZNHS, SANEF and the Durban th Shongweni Club cannot be held liable for any loss, damage, death or injury to people, horse Friday 28 August 9h00 X-Country courses open for officials or property whatsoever. inspection 9. Dogs are to be on leads at all times. 14h00 riders briefing 10. Competitors are reminded that all horses/ponies must be 5 years of age or over for Novice and Higher standards and 4 years and older for standards below this. 11. As from 4th August 2009, no competitor/competing horse may ride in the vicinity of the Saturday 29th August 08h00 1st Horse Inspection cross country obstacles, until called upon to do so under penalty of elimination. 09h00 Declaration of Starters 12. Vest numbers are to be worn for all 3 tests. 10h00 Dressage 13. Printed numbers will be supplied. Those competitors who do not already have an eventing vest must please indicate on their entry form and pay an additional R75. 14. Competitors please note that medical cards are compulsory. If you do not have one, they may be purchased at R35 and collected when you get your numbers. Sunday 30th August 10h30 Cross Country 15. Owners, riders and horses must be registered with a regional body. Associate members may only compete in Pre-Novice & Welcome. 15h00 Show Jumping followed by Prize Giving 16. N.B, All dressage tests used are as at 2009 and can be found on the SANEF Web Site www.horsesport.org.za 17. Parking in designated areas only 18. A complete list of SANEF General Regulations, Veterinary Regulations, Eventing PLEASE NOTE: THIS TIMETABLE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE ON Rules can be found on the SANEF website www.horsesport.org.za RECEIPT OF ENTRIES. 19. Please note: Private stables, stable yards, paddocks & lunge rings are out of bounds. 20. All stallions must have a yellow disc on both sides of bridal or have a yellow ribbon in the tail. 22. Equine flu vaccinations must be administered within 6 (six) months of the date of the event. CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE WELFARE OF THE HORSE The Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI expects all those involved in international equestrian sport to adhere to the FEI’s Code of Conduct and to acknowledge and accept that at all times the welfare of the horse must be paramount and must never be subordinated to competitive or commercial influences. 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.