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The Conestoga CADORA 2009 Dressage Shows me sanctioned as Silver competition member of Equine
Canada, 2685 QueensviewDrive, suite 100, ottatva, oN K2B 8K2 and are governed by the rules ofEC.
Equine Canada Statementof Principles
EquineCanada(EC), the national equestrian to
humanetreatmentofhorses in all activities under its jurisdiction.
EC is committedto:
o Upholding the welfare ofthe horses,regardless ofvalue, as a primary considerationin all
. Requiring that horsesbe treatedwith kindness,respectand the compassionthat they
deserve, and that they never be subjected mistreatment;
o Ensuringthat owners,trainers and exhibitors or their agentsuse responsiblecare in the
handling,treatmentand transpofiationoftheir horsesplaced in their care for any purpose;
o Providing for the continuouswell-being of horsesby encouragingroutine inspectionand
consultationwith health careprofessionals and competition officials to achievethe
highestpossiblestandards nutrition, health,comforl and safety as a matter of standard
r Continuing to suppoft scientific studieson equinehealth and welfare;
o Requiring owners,trainers and exhibitorsto know and follow their sanctioning
organization'srules, and to work within industry regulationsin all equestrian
o Reviewing, revising and developingcompetitionrules and regulationsthat protect the
welfare ofthe horses.
The standard which conduct or treatmentwill be measuredis that which a person,informed
and experienced generally acceptedequinetraining and exhibition procedures,
determineto be neither cruel, abusivenor inhumane.
Rider Owner Horse
License 2009EC SilverSpoftLicense
2009EC SilverSport EC passportwith a current
2009OEFMembership 2009 OEF Membership
l. Every classoffered herein is coveredby the rules and specificationsofthe current rules ofEC
and will be held andjudged in accordance with the EC Rule Book. Equine Canada'swebsite
is: www.equinecanada.ca. Pleaseconsultwebsitefor changesto the rules for 2009
2. Judge's and Steward's decisionsare final.
3. ConestogaCADORA, host farms and all their volunteers and employees will not be held
responsiblefor any loss, damageor injury incurred to person or animal while on the show
4, ConestogaCADORA reservesthe right to refuseentry to any person or horse and to govern
all conditions the show grounds.
5. All protestsmust be submitted in writing to the show secretaryon the day of the show. A
$100.00 cash deposit must accompanythe protest and will be forfeited if the protest is not
6. Passports with a valid 2009 EC horse licensesticker must be handed in to the show secretary
beforecompetition numberwill be issued andthe horseis allowedto compete.
7. Both owner and rider must be membersin good standingwith EC (Silver or Higher) and the
OEF. Copies of EC and OEF cards for rider and owner must be submitted with the show
8. All riders must be wearing ASTI\4/SEI or BSI approved headgearwhile mounted. Seniors
can wear Top Hats or Bowlers in the competitionring only.
9. Competition numbers must be wom at all times by the horse or handler, for identification by
the steward,while on the show groundsor risk elimination from the show.
10. Any horse on the show grounds and not being ridden in the show must pay the entry fee of
one class in order to receivea competition numberto be wom at all times for identification by
the steward. All the same requirementsapply as to regular entrants (i.e. photocopiesof
owner and rider EC and OEF cards).
11. Any horse enteredin any class at the competition may, while on the cornpetition grounds be
selectedfor equinemedicationcontrol testing.
12. Riders must report, still mounted, to the steward or his/her appointee for a tack check
immediately upon leaving the competition ring. The rider may not remove any equipmentor
clothing before the stewardhas conductedtheir inspection. Failure to report for tack check
will result in elimination from that class.
13. All tests available are from the CADORA Omnibus/DC Test Booklet or
14. Hors Concours entries will be acceptedifthere is spacein the class. Oncea horsehasshown
Hors Concours is not eligibleto enterclasses
15, There will be no warm-up in or around the competition ring(s) or parking area at any time.
Pleaseuse warm-up areasonly.
16. A horse/ponymay compete in any two consecutivelevels and a maximum of four tests per
day including the appropriatefreestyle.
17. Dogs are not allowed on show grounds.
18, Food selices are availableat all shows. Pleasedo not litter!
19, An Emergency Plan, including relevant phone numbers will be posted at the show office.
Pleasecontact the show office in case of an emergencyduring the show Veterinary and
Farrierservices will be on call.
20, Entries must be signed by the PERSON RESPONSIBLE (A801.6) who must be an EC Sport
License holder. Parentsand guardianscan sign their child's entry form without holding an
EC Sport License provided they agree to abide by the rules and penalties contained in the
Rulebook (A214.2) however the horseowner must hold a valid EC Spoft License
l . Are acceptedon a first come first servedbasisuntil all riding times are filled or up to
the closing date, whichever comesfirst.
) Complete entries include fully completedentry form, cheque (payable to Conestoga
CADORA, signed liability waiver form, photocopies of the following: 1" page of
Passport with Horse License sticker visible, rider and owner 2009 EC (Silver or
higher) and OEF.
Incomplete entries (missing documentation, photocopies etc.) will be charged a
$15.00 fee and will only be acceptedif the missing documentationis provided prior
to the closing date. Pleasenote that an incomplete entry will not hold a spot in the
Late entries (entries received after the closing date) will be chargeda $20.00 lee and
will only be acceptedifthere is room and the entry is complete.
Chequesshould be made payable to ConestogaCADORA and be dated for no later
than the show closing date. Post-dated chequesare not acceptable. There will be a
$30.00NSF fee for returnedcheques any reason.
6. Entries will only be acceptedby the competition secretary by mail or in person.
Electronic or faxed entrieswill not be accepted.
Cancellations & Refunds
1. Cancellations be made,
can with no penalty, to the showclosingdate.
2. After the closingdatea vet/doctorcerlificate, offrcialletterhead,
the showsecretary obtaina credit. The vet/doctor
to certificate within
must be received
10daysof the showdateor all entryfeeswill be forfeited.
3. Cancellations madetheday of the showwill forfeit the entireentry.
4. Conestoga CADORA regretsthat refundscannotbe issuedfor classes cancelledor
oersonal scratches to inclement
due weather conditions.
Show Secretary: Show Coordinator:
StephanieSutton Karen Carter
RR #22,4466 SideRoad10North Phone: (519)570-2375
Cambridge, N2C 2V4 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Junior categoryis open to riders until the end ofthe calendaryear in which they tum 18.
ofage or status.
The Open categoryis open to all riders regardless
The Adult Amateur category is designedfor those riders who are no longer juniors and who are
not eaming remuneration from teaching or training in the horse industry. Pleaserefer to EC
RulesArticle E 3.4.2 Amateur for further details.
All Silver technicaltestsand freestylesare ridden in a 20 x 60m ring.
1. All Freestylesare Open classes.
2. In order to ride a Silver Freestyle the horse/rider must have obtained a minimum
technicaltest scoreof 550% that level, at the sameor a prior competition.
3. Competitors must provide 2 clean tapes or CDs (not used lor practice) to the show
office2 hours prior to the start of the class.
4. Freestylemusic must be labeled with the name of the rider and horse. Tapes must be
rewoundto the beginning.
Ribbonswill be awardedto 6thplace in all classes.
If there is only one competitor in the class, the following percentagesapply to determine the
1" 60% or higher
2'd 57%to 59.9Yo
4th 5f/o to 53.9Yo
No ribbonsor prizes will be awardedfor scoreslessthan 5i%.
There will be a Champion and ReserweChampion awardedper level on the completion of that
level. To be awardedChampion, the combined scoresof the 2 tests must be ovet 60%o,
Silver Dressage Championships
For information the please
Championships the at
ShowDate: July 25, 2009
ClosingDate: July 17,2009 8:00pm
RidingTimes: July 23'd6-1Opm Stephanie Sutton(519)65S-9982 www.conestogacadora.ca
Location: Brookside EquestrianCentre(no stalls availableat this location)
Judge: Marilyn Dietrich
Steward: Pat Davis
Junior Open Adult Amateur
Training Level Test 1 & 3 TrainingLevel Test I & 3 Trainins Level Test 1 & 3
FirstLevelTest 1 & 3 First Level Test I & 3, First LevelTest 1 & 3
SecondLevel Test 1 & 3 Second Level Test 1 & 3 Second Level Test 1 & 3
Third Level Test 1 & 2
Fourlh Level Test 1 & 2
Directions:Brookside Centre Trussler
Equestrian 493 RoadKitchener5I9-742-3107
o FromHwy 401 takeHwy 8 Kitchener/Waterloo
o TakeHwv 7/8 Westexit towardsStratford
a Take TrusslerRoad exit (approx.6km) and go South (left) onto TrusslerRoad
a Brookside is the 2noand 3'o drivewav on the risht hand side
ShowDate: August29, 2009
RidingTimes:August27'" 6-1Opm StephanieSutton(519)6 or
Location:TravisHall Equestrian (no at
Centre stallsavailable this location)
Junior Open Adult Amateur
Trainins LevelTest2 & 4 TrainingLevelTest2 & 4 Training Level Test 2 & 4
FirstLevelTest2 & 4 First Level Test 2 & 4 First Level]'est 2 & 4
Level Test2 & 4
Second Second Level Test 2 & 4 SecondLevel Test 2 & 4
Third Level Test 2 & 3
Fourth Level Test 2 & 3
Centre #3 Rockwood
o TakeHwy 124Norlh from Guelph WellingtonRd 29
o Turn left on WellingXon 29
o TakeWellingtonRd 29 to Eramosa 30
o Turn right ontoEramosa 30 first farm on right handside
SILVER ENTRY FORM
N JR ! OPEN tJ AA lJR I OPEN tr AA Passporl#
Name: Name: Name:
Phone: Phone: Phone:
JR Dateof Birth:
PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 6 OF PRIZE LIST FOR LEVELS AND CLASSES
OFFEREDAT EACH SHOW
'SEN'T:I ' l Admin Fee: $ 10.00
OEF ! n DrugFee: $5.00
EC n n DC Levy: $7.00
1" Page Passport tl ! LateEntry(S20):
LiabilityWaiver tl n lncompleteFee ($15):
Cheque n n TOTAL:
I herebycertify that every horse,rider andior driver is eligible as enteredand agreefor myself
and my representative be bound by the Constitutionand Rules of Equine Canadaat this
competition. It is hereby recognizedthat all equestrian spofts involve inherentrisk and that no
helmetor protectiveequipmentcan protect againstall foreseeable injury. I herebyacceptthis
risk and hold harmlessEC, the competition,their officials, organizers,agents,employeesand
their representatives. hereby declarethat I have read,understandand agreeto adhereto the
rules and resulationsincluded in the Prize List.
of Signatureof PersonResponsible
(parentor guardianifrider is ajunior)
In the eventthat (entername ofjunior rider) participatesin an
Equine Canada sanctioned whereapproved
headgear required forjunior, he/she
helmet. It is understood juniorsnot
will weara properlyfitted,ASTM, SEI or BSI approved that
meeting requirement not be allowedto compete these at competitions.
SendEntriesto: Stephanie RR
Sutton #22,4466Side ON
N3C 2V4 Questions? email@example.com