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The USEA Omnibus Summer edition contains the prize lists for United States Eventing Association registered

competitions taking place June 1, 2010 - August 31, 2011, as well as some of the general rules and regulations

by which these competitions are run. You will find a chronological (by weekend) listing of the competitions in the

Table of Contents beginning on page 4, and an Alphabetical Listing on page 56. The competition listings are

grouped by USEA Area so that you can identify which competitions will qualify you for Area awards and then find

them quickly after you decide which you wish to attend.

Also included in the Omnibus are:

◆ 2010 United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. Eventing Dressage Tests

◆ Area Championships Policy/Area Charts

◆ Three-Day Event/National Championship Entry Forms

2011 Horse Trials and Classic Three-Day Event Entry Forms, and 2011 CCI/CIC Entry Forms

◆ USEA Membership Application

◆ USEF Membership Application

You may make as many copies of these forms as you need.

For copies of the FEI Dressage Tests, Application for USEA Sponsored Educational Activity, Medical Release

Form, Rider Awards Application, USEA Membership Form, and Horse Life Registration Form, please go to

www.useventing.com.

The print version of the Omnibus is published three times per year (Winter/Spring, Summer, and Fall) by the United

States Eventing Association, Inc. To order a copy please go to www.useventing.com and click on the Web Store

link under the Market Place tab, or go directly to ShopUSEA.com to place your order. Issues may be pre-ordered

with your USEA Membership renewal. You may also call the Director of Member Services, Jennifer Hardwick at

(703) 779-0440 x 3004.

Address: USEA, 525 Old Waterford Rd, NW, Leesburg, VA, 20176 • Telephone: (703) 779-0440

Fax: (703) 779-0550 • E-mail: info@useventing.com • Web: www.useventing.com

No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission of the USEA ©2011.

USEA STAFF

Chief Executive Officer

Jo Whitehouse • jo@useventing.com • Ext 3006

Senior Director of Administration

Judy Ottoviani • judy@useventing.com • Ext 3004

Executive Assistant

Wendy Weinstein • wendy@useventing.com • Ext 3006

Senior Director of Competitions

Sharon Gallagher • sharon@useventing.com • Ext 3005

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COntentS

2011 Summer Omnibus

June 1 - August 31 • Volume 24 • Number Two

Director of Information Systems Management

Robert Winter • robert@useventing.com • Ext 3001

Manager of Information Systems

Jason Caldwell • jason@useventing.com • Ext 3002

Director of Education/Advertising

Nancy Knight • nancy@useventing.com • Ext 3007

Director of Member Services and Meetings Planner

Jennifer Hardwick • jennifer@useventing.com • Ext 3003

On the Front Cover: USEA members Lynn Symansky and Rave Review. Photo by Mike McNally.

On the Back Cover: USEA members Jennifer Czubak and King's Ransom. Photo by Katherine Erickson.

Communications Manager/Editor

Emily Daily • emily@useventing.com • Ext 3015

Art Director

Dara Bailey • dara@useventing.com • Ext 3012

Multimedia Editor and Marketing

Josh Walker • josh@useventing.com • Ext 3008

Communications Specialist

Leslie Mintz • leslie@useventing.com • Ext 3017

Administrative Assistant

Lisa Rowe • lisa@useventing.com • Ext 3010


LeVeLS:

A: Advanced

AI: Advanced Intermediate

BN: Beginner Novice

CCN: Concourse Complet Nationale

(national three-day event – USEF Rules)

CCI: Concours Complet International

(international three-day event – FEI Rules)

CIC: International Horse Trials (FEI Rules)

CNC: National Horse Trials (USEF Rules)

C.T.: Combined Test

FEH: Future Event Horse

I: Intermediate

N: Novice

NBN: Novice Beginner Novice

IP: Intermediate Preliminary

P: Preliminary

PT: Preliminary Training

T: Training

TN: Training Novice

YEH: Young Event Horse

T3D: Training Level Three-Day Event (USEF Rules)

P3D: Preliminary Three-Day Event (USEF Rules)

SeCtIOnS:

A: Amateur

CH: Championship

H: Horse

J: Junior

O: Open

R: Rider

SR: Senior

YH: Young Horse

YR: Young Rider

Index

Key tO ABBreVIAtIOnS

MISCeLLAneOUS:

ATC: Adult Team Challenge

CD: Closing Date

CD:X-C: Cross-Country Course Designer

FEI: Federation Equestre Internationale

HT: Horse Trials

m: Meters

mpm: Meters per minute

Org: Organizer

Sec’y: Secretary

SJ: Show Jumping Course Designer

Sm: 40m x 20m arena

Std: 60m x 20m arena

TD: Technical Delegate

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Competitor’s resource Guide

• General Rules and Regulations

• General Requirements

• FEI Regulations CIC/CCI Competitions

• Adult Team Challenge

• Area Chairmen and Area Map

• Area Championships

• Classic Series Three-Day Info

• Educational Activities

• ICP Certified Instructors

• Dressage Tests for Horse Trials

• Dressage Tests for Classic Series

• Alphabetical List of Events

• Event Listings

2011 Provisional Calendar

• Young Event Horse Series

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WEEKEND OF JUNE 4-5

Genesee Valley Riding & Driving Club Spring H.T. (NY, Area I) TN,N,BN Tests: Intro

GMHA H.T. (VT, Area I) P,T,N,BN

Waredaca H.T. (MD, Area II) I,P,PT,T,TN,N,BN Test: YEH,FEH

Poplar Place H.T. (GA, Area III) P,PT,T,N,BN

Carriage House Combined Test (MN) I,P,T,N,BN

Indiana Eventing Assoc. Classic 3-Day & H.T. (IN, Area VIII) T3D, IP,P,T,N,BN Test: N3D,FEH

The Colorado Horse Park CCI2*/1* & H.T. (CO, Area IX) CCI2*,CCI1*,I,PT,N,BN

Coconino Spring H.T. (AZ, Area X) P,T,N,BN Test: Pre-Competition (Teams)

WEEKEND OF JUNE 11-12

Larkin Hill H.T. (NY, Area I) N,BN Tests: Intro CT-P,T

Valinor Farm H.T. (MA, Area I) PT,T,N,BN

Plantation Field H.T. (PA, Area II) P,T,N,BN

Rubicon Farm H.T. (VA, Area II) P,T,N,BN

Queeny Park H.T. (MO, Area IV) P,T,N,BN, Test: Starter

Texas Rose Horse Park H.T. (TX, Area V) P,T,N,BN

Copper Meadows H.T. (CA, Area VI) I,P,T,N,BN (Application pending)

Aspen Farms H.T. (WA, Area VII) I,P,T,N,BN

Derbyshire H.T. (MI, Area VIII) PT,T,N,BN

Spring Run H.T. (KY, Area VIII) IP,P,T,N,BN

8

10

11

20

22

24

28

30

31

39

54

56

57

288

292

62

60

114

150

166

226

260

278

66

64

118

114

168

194

198

208

232

230


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WEEKEND OF JUNE 18-19

Great Vista H.T. (NY, Area I) T,N,BN, Test: Intro

Bucks County Horse Park H.T. (PA, Area II) PT,T,N,BN

Seneca Valley Pony Club H.T. (MD, Area II) I,P,T,N,BN Test: Starter

Silverwood H.T. (WI, Area IV) T,N,BN Test: Starter

Texas Rose Horse Park H.T. (TX, Area V) P,T,N,BN

Lost Hounds H.T. (PA, Area VIII) I,P,T,N,BN

Golden Spike H.T. (UT, Area IX) P,T,N,BN (Teams)

Round Top H.T. (CO, Area IX) T,N,BN

WEEKEND OF JUNE 25-26

Groton House Farm H.T. (MA, Area I) IP,P,PT,T,TN,N

Surefire Farm H.T. (VA, Area II) I,P,T,N,BN

Fox River Valley H.T. (IL, Area IV) CIC1*,P,T,N,BN

Shepherd Ranch SYVPC H.T. (CA, Area VI) P,T,N,BN Test: Intro (Teams)

Inavale Classic 3-Day Event & H.T. (OR, Area VII) T3D, I,P,T,N,BN (Teams)

Encore Farms H.T. (MI, Area VIII) P,T,N,BN CT: P,T,N,BN

Midsouth Pony Club H.T. (KY, Area VIII) P,T,N,BN

Abbe Ranch H.T. (CO, Area IX) IP,P,T,N,BN Test: Intro

WEEKEND OF JULY 2-3

Horse Park of New Jersey H.T. (NJ, Area II) P,T,N,BN

South Farm July H.T. (OH, Area VIII) P,T,N,BN Tests: Starter

WEEKEND OF JULY 9-10

ENYDCTA/Old Chatham H.T. (NY, Area I) PT,T,N,BN

Genesee Valley Hunt H.T. (NY, Area I) P,T,N,BN

University of New Hampshire H.T. (NH, Area I) T,N,BN

Maryland H.T. at Loch Moy Farm I (MD, Area II) P,T,N,BN

Chattahoochee Hills Summer Series I H.T. (GA, Area III) P,T,N,BN

Wayne DuPage H.T. (IL, Area IV) P,T,N,BN Test: Starter

Whidbey Island Pony Club H.T. (WA, Area VII) AI,I,P,T,N,BN CT: A,I,P (Teams)

Cobblestone Farms H.T. (MI, Area VIII) P,PT,T,N,BN

Powder Basin H.T. (WY, Area IX) P,T,N,BN

Coconino Summer I H.T. (Sat-Mon) (AZ, Area X) I,P,T,N,BN Test: CT-I,P Pre-Comp (Teams)

WEEKEND OF JULY 16-17

Cosequin Stuart CIC2*/1* & H.T. (NY, Area I) CIC2*,CIC1*,I,P,T,N

Huntington Farm July H.T. (VT, Area I) P,T,N,BN

Riga Meadow H.T. (Area I, CT) T,N,BN

Maryland H.T. at Loch Moy Farm II (MD, Area II) I,P,T,N, BN

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124

120

172

194

234

262

264

70

126

174

200

210

236

238

266

128

240

76

74

80

130

152

178

210

242

268

280

82

86

88

132


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Chattahoochee Hills Summer Series II H.T. (GA, Area III) P,T,N,BN

Roebke’s Run H.T. (MN, Area IV) P,T,N,BN

Champagne Run at the Park H.T. (KY, Area VIII) P,T,N,BN

Coconino Summer II Classic 3-Day & H.T. (AZ, Area X) T3D, I,P,T,N,BN ATC (P,T,N,BN); Test: YEH;

CT-A,I,P,T,N,BN) (Teams)

WEEKEND OF JULY 23-24

Fitch’s Corner H.T. (NY, Area I) P,T,N,BN; Area Chsps (P,T,N,BN)

Olney H.T. (MD, Area II) T,TN,N,BN

Briar Fox Farm H.T. (KS, Area IV) P,T,N,BN Test: Starter

Corona del Sol H.T. (TX, Area V) T,N,BN (Application pending)

Hunter Oaks H.T. (Il, Area IV) IP,P,T,N,BN Test: Starter

Event at Rebecca Farm (MT, Area VII) CCI2*,CCI1*, P3D, CIC3*-W,CIC1*,A,I,P,T,N Test: USEA FEH,YEH (Teams)

Gemwood H.T. (OH, Area VIII) P,T,N,BN

Aspen Ridge H.T. (CO, Area IX) T,N,BN

WEEKEND OF JULY 30-31

Stoneleigh-Burnham School Summer H.T. (MA, Area I) P,T,N,BN Test: Intro

Horse Park of New Jersey H.T. (NJ, Area II) I,P,T,N,BN

WEEKEND OF AUGUST 6-7

Millbrook H.T. (NY, Area I) A,I,P,T,N,BN

Snowfields H.T. (ME, Area I) T,TN,N,NBN,BN

Fair Hill International H.T. (MD, Area II) I,P,T,N

River Glen H.T. (TN, Area III) I,P,T,N,BN

Silverwood Farm H.T. (WI, Area IV) T,N,BN Test: Starter

Area VII Young Riders Benefit H.T. (WA, Area VII) P,T,N,BN CT: I (Teams)

Penny Oaks H.T. (IN, Area VIII) P,T,N,BN

Rocky Mountain H.T. (CO, Area IX) P,T,N,BN

WEEK OF AUGUST 8

GMHA Classic T3D & N3D Eventing Test (VT, Area I) T3D; Test: N3D

WEEKEND OF AUGUST 13-14

GMHA August H.T. (VT, Area I) P,T,N,BN

Waredaca Farm H.T. (MD, Area II) I,IP,P,PT,T,N,BN Tests: FEH, YEH

Otter Creek Summer H.T. (WI, Area IV) I,P,T,N,BN ATC (P,T,N,BN) Test: Starter

The Summer Event at Woodside (CA, Area VI) A,I,P,T,N,BN, ATC (P,T,N,BN) Test: FEH (Teams)

Hunters Run H.T. (MI, Area VIII) I,P,T,N,BN

The Colorado Horse Park One Day H.T. (CO, Area IX) N,BN

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180

244

283

90

134

184

196

182

214

246

270

94

136

96

98

138

156

186

218

248

272

100

102

140

188

202

250

274


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WEEKEND OF AUGUST 20-21

Great Vista H.T. (CT, Area I) T,N,BN Test Intro

Huntington Farm H.T. (VT, Area I) PT,T,TN,N,BN

Difficult Run Fall H.T. (VA, Area II) P,T,N,BN Tests: Test of Choice

Caber Farm H.T. (WA, Area VII) I,P,T,N,BN (Teams)

Erie Hunt & Saddle Club H.T. (PA, Area VIII) ,P,T,N,BN Test: Starter

The Event at Goose Downs (NM, Area X) I,P,T,N,BN Test: Pre-Comp; YEH (Teams)

WEEKEND OF AUGUST 27-28

Genesee Valley Riding & Driving Club H.T. (NY, Area I) P,T,N,BN Test: Intro

Valinor Farm H.T. (MA, Area I) PT,T,N,BN

Loudoun Hunt Pony Club Fall H.T. (VA, Area II) I,P,T,N

Full Gallop Farm H.T. (TN, Area III) AI,I,IP,P,PT,T,N,BN, Test: Starter

Heritage Park H.T. & Training and Novice 3 Day (KS, Area IV) T3D;IP,P,PT,T,N,BN Test: N3D

Shepherd Ranch Pony Club H.T. (CA, Area VI) P,T,N,BN Test: Intro (Teams)

Stanton Farms H.T. (ID, Area VII) P,T,N, BN Test: Starter, YEH

Richland Park H.T. (MI, Area VIII) CIC3*; CIC2*;A,I,P,T,N, Test: YEH

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104

142

220

252

286

110

108

146

160

190

204

222

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GenerAL rULeS and reGULAtIOnS

All competitions are conducted in accordance with the U.S. equestrian Federation rules for eventing and

regulations and directives of the United States Eventing Association, Inc.

• MeMbership requireMents

A) USEA MEMBERSHIP: To participate in any of the competitions listed in this book (Novice through

Advanced); competitors must be current members of the USEA, CEF/HTC, or the Mexican Equestrian Federation.

This requirement may be waived at the Beginner Novice level only at the discretion of the organizer of any registered

USEA event. In such cases, Beginner Novice competitors who are not members of the USEA will be required

to pay a non-member fee of $25 at each event. U.S. Pony Club members are exempt from the membership

requirement at the Novice level, and Beginner Novice non-member fee when competing in team competitions or

Pony Club rallies held in conjunction with USEA recognized horse trials. Horse registration is also exempt at the

Novice level.

COMBINED TESTS/EVENTING TESTS: The USEA Combined Tests Policy and Guidelines appear as an appendix

to the abridgement of the USEF rules published as a courtesy to our members by the USEA. If a Combined Test

offers the cross-country phase, qualifications to compete are the same as for Horse Trials. USEA membership is

not required for any level of a Combined Test, but a $25 non-member fee must be collected. USEA Membership/

non-membership fees are not applied to any other type of Eventing Tests. Eventing Tests - Sub-Chapter EV-2-

Rules for Tests.

HORSE REGISTRATION: All horses competing at USEA recognized events must be registered with the USEA.

The only exception to this requirement is horses competing at the Beginner Novice level, and Novice and Beginner

Novice horses competing in USPC Rally or Team Competitions.

• All horses must have LIMITED STATUS registration with the USEA in order to participate in USEA recognized

competitions at the YEH Test and Novice through Training levels.

• Yearlings, two-and three-year olds must have FEH STATUS registration with the USEA in order to participate

in USEA recognized competitions at the Future Event Horse Test.

• All horses must have a FULL STATUS registration with the USEA in order to participate in USEA recognized

competition at the Preliminary level and above.

• All horses with a LIMITED STATUS registration must be upgraded to FULL STATUS registration prior to

competing at the Preliminary level.

• The USEA will attempt to notify owners/riders of registration requirements prior to competition and will allow

fourteen days from the date of notification for the horse to be brought into compliance. After fourteen days, any

high score points and/or AEC qualification earned at that specific competition will be removed. Should the horse

continue to be competed without proper registration, at the fourth occurrence all points and ALL qualifications will

be removed. When the horse is properly registered qualifications ONLY will be re-instated.

• BEGINNER NOVICE HORSES AND RIDERS: Registration of horses and membership of riders competing at

the Beginner Novice level are not required EXCEPT where the owner/rider wishes the horse and rider to be considered

for USEA high score leader boards, year-end awards and/or qualifications for USEA Championships. Award

points and qualifications are not retroactive.


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• For year-end awards, the USEA is establishing a cut-off date of November 15th for inquiries about horses’ competitive

records. While we make every attempt to ensure the accuracy of our members’ competitive records we realize

that errors do occur. It is the responsibility of every owner/rider to verify their horses’ records.

B) INDIVIDUAL GROUP MEMBERS: Individual Group Members are members of a Recognized Affiliate

Association Member or Council or Council Board of Governors of the USEF that has applied for and been approved

to offer a USEF Group Program to its membership. Individual Group Members are eligible to compete in USEF

endorsed competitions and will receive a discount on the purchase of the USEF Rule Book.

C) USEF MEMBERSHIP: Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all

classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level or above and Combined Driving

Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and Vaulting Competitions and Endurance Rides. A nonmember

may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions,

Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon

payment of a $30 non-member registration fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the

Requirements of this rule; 1) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk trot

and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program; 6) USDF

introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions; 8) Opportunity

classes 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their

own National Federation, 10) USEA Beginner Novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse

Breeding classes.

MEMBERSHIP AFFIDAVIT FEE: All participants (rider, driver, handler, owner, trainer, agent or lessee) as provided

in Article GR901.9 must present to the competition secretary a current USEF membership card or copy thereof.

In accordance with Article GR1309.2.b, "If an exhibitor does not submit the proper membership documentation

to the competition and the competition cannot verify such information, the exhibitor will be responsible to pay a

$30.00 non-member fee which is non-refundable. This is payable to the competition and the competition will submit

these payments to the Federation via the post-competition report."

GR1301.7 REqUIREMENTS: Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a

motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind

including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of

recognized competitions. Minor who have a valid temporary license may operate the above-described motorized

vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. Violations of this rule will be cause

for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the

offense. Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition

grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance

with Rule 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from

this rule.

LIABILITY: Neither the Organizing Committee, the Landowners, nor the United States Eventing Association, Inc.,

accept any liability for any accident, injury or illness to horses, riders, owners, attendants, spectators, or any person or

property whatsoever.

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General requireMents

OMNIBUS LISTINGS: Each event is provided with a listing in the USEA Omnibus, published in three editions:

Winter/Spring (December 1 - May 31); Summer (June 1 - August 31); Fall (September 1 - November 30).

ENTRY FEES: All registered USEA events (*except eventing tests) are required to send a starters levy of $13 for

each horse at the Beginner Novice through Advanced level, T3D, P3D, CIC and CCI levels to the USEA

office. A portion of this levy is made available to Area chairmen for Area funds and the remainder is retained by the

USEA office. *Future Event Horse and Young Event Horse Eventing Tests are required to send a starter levy of $10

for each horse entered in these Classes.

All registered USEA events (except eventing tests) are required to send a drug testing fee of $7 for each starter to the

USEA office. Where a division is also USEF recognized (Preliminary and above horse trials) a USEF fee of $8 for each

starter, as required by USEF, is to be sent to the USEF office.

REFUNDS: Refer to each Event Listing for specific refund policies.

WITHDRAWALS AND SUBSTITUTIONS: Must be made with the secretary of the competition no later than 9:00

p.m. of the closing date. Refer to each Event Listing for instruction and procedure.

AGE DETERMINATION: The age of a rider is determined by the year of birth and not by one specific date. For

example, riders may compete at the Preliminary level from the beginning of the calendar year of their 14th birthday;

thus, all riders born in 1997 are eligible this year, even though they may not actually have their 14th birthday until

the end of 2011.

JUNIOR AND SENIOR DIVISIONS: Where competitions are designated Junior and Senior, the age divisions are

always as follows:

a) Junior - Through the year of their 18th birthday (born in or after 1993).

b) Senior - From the beginning of the year of their 19th birthday (born in or before 1992).

DRESSAGE: Organizers may select which test they will offer from the list of tests approved by the USEF Eventing

Technical Committee. The size of the arena is determined by the test offered. The arena size will be specified in the

Omnibus listing.

NO COMMANDED TESTS: ALL dressage tests in Eventing, even in Beginner Novice and Novice

divisions, must be ridden from memory.

CLOSING DATE: For horse trials and three-day events, all entries must be RECEIVED BY THE CLOSING DATE

(not postmarked), and any received after that time will not be accepted—that means they must be in the hands of

the secretary on that date. An event may accept post entries and charge an additional post entry fee. The closing

date has not been extended, an event's refund policy remains under the original close date.


ENTRY FORMS

COMPetItOr’S reSOUrCe GUIde

Use the 2011 entry forms included with this Omnibus and on the website at www.useventing.com. Failure

to use these new entry forms could result in the entry not being accepted. Please complete the form carefully,

especially the Fees Enclosed section, double check your addition, and consult the event’s Omnibus listing for any

instructions specific to that event. Fill out the forms completely, including your qualifications at the time of submitting

the entry. Incomplete entry forms can be returned and you will lose your place in the competition. You must

sign your entry. You may copy entry and stabling forms. Be sure to copy both sides of the entry forms and include

all correct signatures so that your entry will be valid. A current negative Coggins test must be included with

entry—check the Omnibus event listing. Please state if the horse has two names.

FEI INFORMATION:

FeI reGULAtIOnS FOr CCI and CIC COMPetItIOnS

This event is organized in accordance with:

FEI Statutes, 22nd edition, 15 April 2007 (updated 1 January, 2011)

FEI General Regulations, 23rd edition, 1 January 2009 (updated 1 January 2011)

FEI Veterinary Regulations, 12th edition, 2010 (updated 1 January 2011)

FEI Rules for Eventing, 23rd edition, effective 1 January 2011

All subsequent corrections and modifications as published by the FEI with its provisions taking precedence.

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

settled exclusively by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The FEI Code of Conduct for the Welfare of the Horse can be obtained from the Fédération Equestre

Internationale, Avenue Mon-Repos 24, CH-1000, Lausanne 5, Switzerland. Telephone: +41 21 310 47 47.

The Code is also available on the FEI’s website: www.fei.org.

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VETERINARY EXAMINATIONS, HORSE INSPECTIONS, AND PASSPORT CONTROLS:

These will be carried out in accordance with the Veterinary Regulations, Art. 1011 and “Rules for Eventing” and Art. 518.1

for CCIs and 518.2 for CICs.

All horses participating in any level of International Eventing competition must be registered with the FEI.

Article. 511.2.2 Every horse entered for any competition at CCNs, CIC 2/1* or CCIs 2/1* in a foreign country (GRs Art.

141.2), and all horses entered for CICs 3*, CCIs 4/3*, CCIOs, 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 and

accompanied by an FEI Recognition Card and, when applicable, an FEI registration number, as a means of identification

and to establish ownership.

Article. 511.2.3 Horses taking part in CCN, CICs 2/1* or CCIs 2/1* in the country in which they are resident are not

required to have such a passport as is mentioned in Paragraph 2.2. All such horses must be properly registered and

identifiable and unless there is not national requirement for equine influenza vaccination in the host country and in the

country of origin, all horses must have a valid vaccination certificate.

NOTE: Effective December 1, 2007: USEF has mandated that all U.S. horses must have a national passport for these

levels, see Article GR 1309.4.

EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATION, VET REGS. ANNEX VII

(except events taking place in NZL and AUS)

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 between one and three months apart. In

addition, a booster injection must be recorded as having been given within each succeeding six months,

subsequent to the second injection of the primary vaccination. None of these injections must have been

given within the preceding seven 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.

InSUrAnCeS “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.

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The United States Eventing Association would like to express appreciation to

its corporate sponsors:

Official Joint Therapy

of the USEA.

Official Equine Insurance

Provider of the USEA.

Official Glove of

the USEA.

Official Feed of the USEA.

Official Supplement Feeding

System of the USEA.

®

Official Riding Helmet

of the USEA.

Official Internet Catalog

Retailer of the USEA.

Official Digestive Conditioning

Product of the USEA.

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The Race for the Cup is On!

®

thank you to our Gold Cup Series sponsors:

Legacy Sponsor

Title Sponsor

Patron Sponsor Patron Sponsor

Legacy Sponsor

2010 Adequan/USEA

Gold Cup Champions,

Jennifer Wooten-Dafoe

and The Good Witch

Leslie Mintz Photo.

2011

SCHEDULE

OF EVENTS

red hills horse trials

www.rhht.org

March 10-13 • CIC3*

Tallahassee, Florida

Galway Downs horse trials

www.galwaydowns.com

March 31 - April 3 • CIC3*

Temecula, California

the Fork stables horse trials

www.forkstables.com

April 6-10 • Advanced

Norwood, North Carolina

the event at rebecca Farm

www.eventatrfarm.com

July 20-24 • CIC3*

Kalispell, Montana

richland park horse trials

www.RichlandPark.com

August 24-28 • CIC3*

Richland, Michigan

USeA American eventing

Championships

www.chatthillseventing.com

or, www.useventing.com

September 8-11 • Advanced

Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia

twin rivers horse trials

www.TwinRiversRanch.us

September 23-26 • Advanced

Paso Robles, California

For more info about the Series go to www.useventing.com and click on the Cup!


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Mark Your Calendar for the

2011 USEA Annual Meeting and Convention!

December 7- 11

Sheraton Music City Hotel • Nashville, Tennessee

An Educational Experience

You Don’t Want to Miss!

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for details, rates, directions,

seminars, parties, and more!

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competitor’s resource guide

the chronicle of the horse

2011 Adult teAm ChAlleNGe

the chronicle of the horse is generously sponsoring these challenges for adult riders not competing at

the highest levels of eventing. the chronicle of the horse will present each winning team member with

a commemorative prize and provide team ribbons to eighth place at each level.

Central Region eastern Region Western Region

Otter Creek Horse Trials

Wheeler, WI

August 12-14

Qualifying conditions:

1. Adult team Beginner Novice Challenge:

Riders: Open to current members of the USEA, who are at least 22 years old (born in or

before 1989). The following are not eligible: Any rider who has completed an intermediate or

Advanced level, or FEI recognized competition at the two-star level or above - including

the North American Junior Young Riders’ Championships - within the current and previous two

years.

horses: Open to horses four years of age or older, of any grade.

2. Adult team Novice Challenge:

Riders: Open to current members of the USEA, who are at least 22 years old (born in or

before 1989). The following are not eligible: Any rider who has completed an intermediate or

Advanced level, or FEI recognized competition at the two-star level or above - including

the North American Junior Young Riders’ Championships - within the current and previous two

years.

horses: Open to horses four years of age or older, of any grade.

3. Adult team training Challenge:

Tryon Riding and Hunt Horse Trials

Landrum, SC

October 1-2

Riders and horses: Same qualifying conditions as for the Novice level (see above).

Coconino Horse Trials

Flagstaff, AZ

July 14-17

4. Adult team Preliminary Challenge:

Riders: Open to current members of the USEA, who are at least 22 years old (born in or

before 1989). The following are not eligible: Any rider who has completed an Advanced level,

or FEI recognized competition at the two-star level or above - including the North American

Junior Young Riders’ Championships - within the current and previous two years.

horses: Open to horses five years of age or older, of any grade, who have not been competing

at the Advanced level within the current calendar year.


epresentation:

competitor’s resource guide

All riders must be members of the USEA or CEF/HTC. Teams may be formed by local eventing

associations or by any three or four USEA members. Teams must advise their Area Chairman or Area

Adult Team Coordinator of their plan to compete. The total number of teams allowed to compete

will be limited only by the number of competitors a host event can handle. An effort will be made

to encourage equitable representation of all Areas entering. There are no restrictions concerning

which regional challenge a team may enter, and a team may participate in more than one challenge

if desired.

team composition:

A team will consist of three or four riders, all entered at the same level, with the best three total

scores to count. A rider may not ride more than one horse on each team, but a rider with more

than one horse may be on more than one team.

how to enter:

1. Find two or three other riders at your level and form a team!

2. Advise your Adult Team Coordinator of your plans to enter.

3. Complete the 2011 USEA Horse Trials Entry Form in the usual way, But FIll IN the

SPACe ON the eNtRY FORm mARKed “teAm NAme ANd dIVISION” and send

it, along with the necessary entry and stabling fees, to the event secretary on or after the

opening date. It is the competitor’s responsibility to send in their entry correctly and in good

time. Failure to do so could lose your place on the team.

trophies:

• The Eastern Adult Team Challenge:

The USEA Regional Novice, Training and Preliminary Team Challenge: Preliminary teams will compete

for the Ayer Cup, training teams will compete for the Popiel Trophy and Novice teams will compete

for the Captain De Szinay Trophy.

• The Western Adult Team Challenge:

The USEA Regional Novice, Training and Preliminary Team Challenge: Preliminary teams will compete

for the Le Goff Cup, training teams will compete for the Collins Cup and Novice teams will compete

for the Thomas Trophy.

• The Central Adult Team Challenge:

The USEA Regional Novice, Training and Preliminary Team Challenge: Preliminary teams will compete

for the Burton Cup, training teams will compete for the Stonefield Farm Trophy and Novice teams

will compete for the Haller Trophy. BN teams will compete for the Greenwood Farms BN Perpetual

Trophy.

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AReA I:

Katherine Cooper

72 Plumer Rd.

Epping, NH 03042

(603) 734-2186

chairman@area1usea.org

AReA II:

Steven Symansky

22156 Sam Fred Rd.

Middleburg, VA 20117

(540) 687-6333

ssymansky@gmail.com

AReA III:

Juli Hearn

73 Creek View Ct.

Aiken, SC 29803

(803) 642-1276

J_hearn@bellsouth.net

AReA IV:

John Clarke

222 Hilldale Dr.

Wichita, KS 67230

(316) 218-0761

Areaivchair2010@yahoo.com

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competitor’s resource guide

2011 usea area chairmen and map

AReA V:

Mike Huber

1051 Porter Rd

Bartonville, TX 76226

(817) 368-7178

mike@goldchipstables.com

AReA VI:

Randy Nunnink

10543 Streeter Rd.

Auburn, CA 95602

(530) 268-0708

rnunnink@caiso.com

AReA VII:

Luigi Meneghelli

31786 Horse Farm Ln.

Philomath, OR 97370

(541) 929-6860

luigi@areavii.org

AReA VIII:

Christine Brown

2520 Pinckard Pike

Versailes, KY 40383

(606) 873-7740

areachair@usea8.org

AReA IX:

Martha McDowell

640 Poly Dr.

Billings, MT 59102

(406) 698-0983

Sixnmt@mac.ocm

AReA X:

Lisa Brunner

PMB 257

9121 E. Tangue Verde #105

Tucson, AZ 85749

(520) 298-5774

Onawhime@dakotacom.net

Assistant Area-Chair

Shari Humble-Lamb

sharihumble@aol.com


competitor’s resource guide

2011 area championships policy

reQuirements for all

1. All Area Championship competitors MUST be current USEA Members.

2. All qualifying competitions must be USEA registered horse trials, two-day

or three-day events.

3. Divisions must have five or more starters to count as qualifying competitions.

4. No horse may compete in more than one championship in a calendar year. This

restriction does not include the AEC or any national championship.

5. Beginner Novice divisions will not count as qualifiers for the Novice division.

6. List all qualifying competitions on your entry form.

championship diVisions

It is at the discretion of each Area to determine eligibility requirements for their Area Championships.

Please refer to the Area website for eligibility requirements and specifications before you enter the

championship. The area website addresses are located on the next few pages, and on the Area pages

published in each issue of the Omnibus.

determined By area

Whether or not competitors must reside in the Area in which they compete for a championship is

determined by that Area. Residence is determined by USEA membership. It is the responsibility of the

competitor to know the qualifications and terms of these championships and enter in accordance with

those specifications. In addition to what is printed on these pages, the competitor must refer to the

applicable area website for further details before entering a championship division. Competitors who

have improperly entered a championship division may forfeit their placing and awards (if applicable).

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competitor’s resource guide

2011 area championship charts

The following charts indicate the location of and qualifications for the Area Championships.

All of your qualifying competitions must occur between the dates indicated in the “Qualify From/

To” box. “Placing to Qualify” indicates what placings and the number of events at which you need

to place. “1st or 2nd; two events” would mean that you had to place either first or second at two

different competitions within the qualifying dates. The bottom row indicates whether your qualifying

competitions must be from within the Area or from any Area.

NOTE: Carrying a whip is NOT permitted in Championship classes.

area

area i

level Bn n t p

event

date

Fitch's Corner

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

8/5/10-

10/10/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

In Area

In Area In Area Any Area

Open to members of other Areas, but must qualify within Area I.

For a detailed account of Area I Championship policies and specifications go to www.area1usea.org.

area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

8/22/10-

7/5/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

area ii

Bn n t p i a

1st thru 3rd

One Event

1st thru 3rd

One Event

Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia

10/13/10-

10/10/11

Fitch's Corner Fitch's Corner Fitch's Corner

July 23-24 July 23-24 July 23-24 July 23-24

8/28/10-

7/5/11

Oct. 28-30 Oct. 28-30 Oct. 28-30

10/13/10-

10/10/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

8/18/10-

10/10/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

7/10/10-

7/5/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

Plantation

Field

8/18/10-

10/10/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

9/11/10-

7/5/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

Plantation

Field

Oct. 28-30 Sept. 16-18 Sept. 16-18

8/18/10-

10/10/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

In Area In Area In Area In Area Any Area Any Area

Open to members of other Areas, but must qualify within Area II for BN/N/T/P. For a detailed account of Area II

Championship policies and specifications go to www.usea2.net.


area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

competitor’s resource guide

area iii

BN/Novice training Preliminary

Poplar Place

May 6-8

4/27/10-

4/19/11

1st thru 5th

One Event

Any Area

Note: 1. No cross-country jump penalties. 2. It is the rider’s obligation to keep up with placings out of the Area and

include in qualifications section of entry form. 3. Open to members of other Areas, but non-residents must qualify

within Area III. For a detailed account of Area III Championship policies and specifications go to www.usea3.org.

area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

1st thru 4th

One Event

area iV

Only open to residents of Area IV. For a detailed account of Area IV Championship policies and specifications go to

www.usea4.org.

area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

area V

Bn/n t p

i

Any Area

4/27/10-

4/19/11

1st thru 5th

One Event

4/27/10-

4/19/11

1st thru 5th

One Event

Any Area Any Area

Bn/novice training preliminary

Otter Creek

Sept. 23-25

9/10/10-

9/5/11

1st thru 4th

One Event

9/10/10-

9/5/11

1st thru 4th

One Event

Any Area Any Area Any Area

Greenwood

Sept. 30 - Oct. 2

10/27/10-

9/13/11

1st thru 4th

One Event

Greenwood

9/22/10-

9/13/11

1st thru 4th

One Event

Poplar Place Poplar Place

May 6-8 May 6-8

Otter Creek Otter Creek

Sept. 23-25 Sept. 23-25

9/10/10-

9/5/11

Greenwood Greenwood

Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 Sept. 30 - Oct. 2

9/22/10-

9/13/11

1st thru 5th

One Event

9/22/10-

9/13/11

1st thru 5th

One Event

Any Area Any Area Any Area

Open to members of other Areas, but must qualify in Area V. For a detailed account of Area V Championship

policies and specifications, go to www.area5eventing.com.

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area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

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competitor’s resource guide

Copper

Meadows

1st thru 3rd

One Event

In Area

NWEC

Sept. 30-Oct.2

1st thru 4th

One Event

area Vi

Bn n t p/i

Open to members of other Areas, but must qualify within Area VI. For a detailed account of Area VI Championship

policies and specifications go to www.areavi.org.

area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

area Vii

For a detailed account of Area VII Championship policies and specifications, including residency requirements go to

www.areavii.org.

area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

10/1/10-

8/23/11

area Viii

Bn n t

p

Stone Gate

Sept.24-25

1st thru 4th

One Event

10/1/10-

8/23/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

10/1/10-

8/23/11

1st thru 3rd

One Event

10/1/10-

8/23/11

1st thru 5th

One Event

In Area In Area In Area

Bn/n t p

i

9/1/10-

9/13/11

Copper

Meadows

9/1/10-

9/13/11

1st thru 4th

One Event

1st thru 4th

One Event

9/1/10-

9/13/11

1st thru 4th

One Event

In Area In Area In Area In Area

9/1/10-

9/6/11

1st thru 4th

One Event

Copper

Meadows

1st thru 4th

One Event

Copper

Meadows

Sept. 9-11 Sept. 9-11 Sept. 9-11 Sept. 9-11

9/1/10-

9/6/11

NWEC NWEC NWEC

Sept. 30-Oct.2 Sept. 30-Oct.2 Sept. 30-Oct.2

9/1/10-

9/13/11

Stone Gate Penny Oaks Penny Oaks

Sept.24-25

Aug. 6-7 Aug. 6-7

9/1/10-

9/6/11

9/1/10-

9/6/11

1st thru 4th

One Event

In Area In Area In Area In Area

Non Area VIII residents must place 1-4 at a USEA sanctioned event in Area VIII. For a detailed account of Area VIII

Championship policies and specifications go to www.usea8.org.


area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

competitor’s resource guide

1st thru 6th

One Event

area iX

Bn n t p

1st thru 6th

One Event

Open to members of other Areas. For a detailed account of Area IX Championship policies and specifications,

especially for BNR and BNH go to www.areaixeventing.com.

area

level

event

date

Qualify from/to

placing to qualify

Qualify

Northern

Colorado

9/21/10-

8/16/11

area X

9/21/10-

8/16/11

1st thru 6th

One Event

1st thru 6th

One Event

Any Area Any Area Any Area Any Area

Bn n

Grass Ridge

9/28/10-

9/27/11

1st thru 5th

One Event

Any Area

Northern

Colorado

9/21/10-

8/16/11

Grass Ridge

1st thru 5th

One Event

Any Area

1st thru 5th

One Event

t p i

Grass Ridge

Any Area

Northern

Colorado

Grass Ridge

1st thru 5th

One Event

Any Area

Northern

Colorado

Sept. 3-4 Sept. 3-4 Sept. 3-4 Sept. 3-4

9/21/10-

8/16/11

Goose Downs

Oct. 15-16 Oct. 15-16 Oct. 15-16 Oct. 15-16 Aug. 20-21

9/28/10-

9/27/11

9/28/10-

9/27/11

9/28/10-

9/27/11

8/18/10-

8/3/11

1st thru 5th

One Event

Any Area

For a detailed account of Area X Championship policies and specifications, including residency requirements go to

www.usea.area-x.org.

BN-t open to members of other Areas, but must qualify within Area X.

P-I open to members of other Areas and can qualify in any Area.

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classic three-day information

SmARtPAK eQuINe/uSeA ClASSIC thRee-dAY SeRIeS

training level three-day event and Preliminary level three-day event Info

The thrill of the “chase” lives on for those who still want to experience the unforgettable rush of the classic format

three-day event!

As the membership continues to assert their passion for the Classic format at the Training Level, so has support

sparked for the Preliminary Level Classic Three-Day Event, as an ultimate goal of their equestrian careers. Effective

April 1, 2010, the Federation approved national rules specifically for the Training and Preliminary Three-Day Classic

format, for inclusion in the USEF Rules for Eventing.

As a USEF Endorsed Competition, the T3D is a qualifier to move up to the Preliminary horse trials level and the

P3D, as a USEF Recognized Division, a qualifier for the Intermediate horse trials level and CCI1*.

The Classic Series is made possible through the support of its sponsors: Title Sponsor: SmartPak equine;

Presenting Sponsor: dG Stackhouse Saddles; Legacy Sponsor: Five Star tack; Elite Sponsors: FItS and

Nunn Finer; Silver Level Sponsor: Fleeceworks; Additional Sponsor: hoof wraps.

Year-end Award Points: The point values for both levels are the same as those awarded in the CCI1* point

structure. The chart is located at www.useventing.com/leaderboard under Resources, and in the uSeA Policies

and Guidelines.

mINImum QuAlIFICAtIONS:

• Training Three-Day Event (T3D): Open to competitors of any age, on horses four years of age or older. Both

the competitor and the horse must have obtained NQR’s at four horse trials at the Training level or higher, one

of which must be attained as a combination. A competitor established at the Preliminary level may compete on a

horse which has obtained two NQR’s at the Training level or higher.

• Preliminary Three-Day Event (P3D): Open to competitors beginning the calendar year of their 14th birthday,

on horses five years of age or older. Both the competitor and the horse, though not necessarily as a combination,

must have obtained an NQR at four horse trials at the Preliminary level or higher.

• DRESSAGE TESTS: 2010 Classic Series Training and Preliminary Dressage Tests are located on pages 54 and 55.


classic three-day information

2011

training and preliminary three-day calendar of events

®

2011 training three-day calendar

April 27 - May 1 • Heart of the Carolinas (SC) • Area III

May 27 - 29 • Meadowcreek Park (TX) • Area V

June 2 - 5 • Indiana Eventing Assoc. (IN) • Area VIII

June 24 - 26 • Inavale Farms (OR) • Area VII

July 14 - 17 • Coconino Summer II (AZ) • Area X

August 8 - 11 • GMHA (VT) • Area I

August 26 - 28 • Heritage Park (KS) Area IV

October 19 - 23 • Hagyard Midsouth (KY) • Area VIII

October 20 - 23 • Waredaca (MD) • Area II

November 3 - 6 • Galway Downs (CA) • Area VI

November 4 - 6 • Rocking Horse (FL) • Area III

2011 preliminary three-day calendar

May 20 - 22 • Virginia Horse Center (VA) • Area II

July 20 - 24 • Event at Rebecca Farm (MT) • Area IX

October 19 - 23 • Hagyard Midsouth (KY) • Area VIII

November 3 - 6 • Galway Downs (CA) • Area VI

thank you to our additional smartpak equine/usea classic three-day event sponsors:

title sponsor: SmartPak Equine; presenting sponsor: DG Stackhouse Saddles; legacy sponsor: Five-Star Tack;

elite sponsors: FITS and Nunn Finer; silver level sponsor: Fleeceworks; additional sponsor: Hoof Wraps

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2011 schedule for usea instructors' certification program

Presented in part by:

Note - Before applying to attend an Assessment for ICP Certification, a candidate instructor must have

attended the requisite ICP Teaching Workshop(s) and must be registered as an ICP Candidate instructor.

In order to become ICP registered, or host an ICP Workshop, please contact Nancy Knight, USEA Director of

Education, at 703-779-0440, Ext. 3007 or via e-mail at nancy@useventing.com for more information.

2011 WoRkShoPS •

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usea education information

May 10-12 (Area 3)

levels III/IV Workshop

Meadow Run Farm, Florence, AL

Jim Graham

Phone: (256) 436-1747

E-mail: jimrider7@live.com

Physical address of farm: 7901 County Road 61

Florence, AL 35634 Auditors are welcome on all

days of the Workshop. Should you be interested in

auditing or being a demo rider for this Workshop,

please contact Jim Graham.

May 23-25 (Area 9)

levels I/II teaching of dressage Workshop

The Colorado Horse Park, Parker, CO

Vivien Van Buren

Phone: (303) 883-6560

E-mail: vniviv@cs.com

Physical Address: 7522 South Pinery Drive,

Parker, CO 80134 Auditors are welcome on all

days of the Workshop. Should you be interested in

auditing or being a demo rider for this Workshop,

please contact Vivien Van Buren.

July 01-03 (Area 9)

levels I/II teaching of Jumping Workshop

The Colorado Horse Park, Parker, CO

Vivien Van Buren

Phone: (303) 833-6560

E-mail: vniviv@cs.com

Physical Address: 7522 South Pinery Drive,

Parker, CO 80134 Auditors are welcome on all

days of the Workshop. Should you be interested in

auditing or being a demo rider for this Workshop,

please contact Vivien Van Buren.

Contributing Sponsor:

2011 ASSESSMENTS •

No Assessments scheduled at press time.

Please check the USEA website for 2011 Assessments.

PleASe NOte:

An ICP Assessment takes one full day. Please call or

e-mail Nancy Knight well in advance of an Assessment

in order to schedule yourself. An Assessment

at every ICP Level includes the instructor teaching

one lesson of Dressage, one lesson of Show

Jumping, and one lesson of Cross-Country Riding/

Jumping. The instructor also takes a written Teaching

Theory and Practice test, a written Horse and Stable

Management test, a written Safety/Medical test, and a

hands-on Horse and Stable Management test.

Assessment candidates must contact Nancy Knight to

sign up to be assessed no later than 60 days prior to

the Assessment date.


leVel IV

Stephen Bradley – Area II

Leesburg, Virginia

703-431-3422 (cell)

riderthreeday@aol.com

Jan Byyny – Area II

Purcellville, Virginia

540-338-2845 (eve)

jan@surefireeventing.com

John Camlin – Area VII

Onalaska, Washington

360-978-5100

john@caberfarm.com

Kyle Carter – Area III

Sparr, Florida

352-595-1735

fivering@hotmail.com

Darren Chiacchia–Area III

ICP FACULTY

East Aurora, New York

716-888-0504

352-895-3694 (cell)

dmc2004@gmail.com

lisamarong@aol.com

Robert Costello – Area II

Southern Pines, North Carolina

910-695-3004

rocostello@gmail.com

Dorothy Crowell – Area VIII

Frankfort, Kentucky

502-223-0258

teammolokai@bellsouth.net

Buck Davidson – Area III

Ocala, Florida

352-427-6820 (cell)

buckdavidson@hotmail.com

Phyllis Dawson – Area II

ICP FACULTY

Purcellville, Virginia

540-668-6024 (day)

pwindchase@aol.com

Bea di Grazia – Area VI

Carmel Valley, California

831-659-4886

beadigrazia@gmail.com

usea education information

usea icp certified instructors By leVel of certification

Instructors certified as of March 2011.

Derek di Grazia – Area VI

Carmel Valley, California

831-659-4886

digrazia1007@gmail.com

Phillip Dutton – Area II

West Grove, Pennsylvania

610-869-7705 (eve)

trueprospectfarm@aol.com

Gina Economou – Area VI

Sun Valley, California

818-768-4218 (barn)

818-203-0878 (cell)

snaffles10@aol.com

Will Faudree – Area II

Hoffman, North Carolina

910-603-8298

910-281-3056 (cell)

faudeew@gmail.com

Jim Graham – Area III

ICP FACULTY

Florence, Alabama

256-767-6077 (eve)

jimrider7@live.com

Peter Gray – Area III

Reddick, Florida

352-591-0256

psgray007@hotmail.com

Jonathan Holling – Area III

Ocala, Florida

352-873-4808

willowrunfarm@hotmail.com

Julie Hook – Area VII

Aurora, Oregon

503-678-1016

juleschook@aol.com

Bill Hoos – Area III

Franklin, Tennessee

615-790-9358

whoos@bellsouth.net

Eric Horgan – Ireland

ICP FACULTY

203-263-0167 (day/eve)

erichorg@gmail.com

Mike Huber – Area V

Bartonville, Texas

817-430-3811 (day)

mikehuberusa@hotmail.com

Holly Hudspeth – Area II

Raleigh, North Carolina

703-727-2753

holly@hollyheppeventing.com

Dayna Lynd-Pugh – Area VI

Tres Pinos, California

831-628-3622 (day)

dlp@garlic.com

David O’Brien – Area II

Vass, North Carolina

910-245-2388

kincora@pinehurst.net

David O’Connor – Areas II & III

ICP FACULTY

The Plains, Virginia (May-Oct)

Ocala, Florida (Nov-Apr)

540-253-5726 (day)

oconnorequestrian@gmail.com

Karen O’Connor – Areas II & III

ICP FACULTY

The Plains, Virginia (May-Oct)

Ocala, Florida (Nov-Apr)

540-253-5726 (day)

oconnorequestrian@gmail.com

Mark Phillips – Great Britain

ICP FACULTY

128-584-1377

mark@equiland.co.uk

Julie Richards – Area III

Atlanta, Georgia

404-401-5600

jlbrichards@hotmail.com

Brian Sabo – Area VI

ICP FACULTY

Newport Beach, California

949-610-0035 (day)

brian@sabogroup.com

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Don Sachey – Area VI

ICP FACULTY

Santa Barbara, California

805-895-8531 (day/eve)

donsachey@hughes.net

Kimberly Severson – Area II

Keene, Virginia

434-825-3154

kvinoski@aol.com

Tamra Smith – Area VI

Hemet, California

951-767-0436

951-514-1320 (cell)

tsmitheventing@aol.com

Allison Springer – Area II

Marshall, Virginia

847-612-1108

a_springer@earthlink.net

Amy Tryon – Area VII

Duvall, Washington

425-867-9553

furrypony@aol.com

Robin Walker – Area VIII

ICP FACULTY

Grass Lake, Michigan

517-206-3084 (cell)

mautehousefarm@mailstation.com

Cathy Wieschhoff – Area VIII

Lexington, Kentucky

859-396-4470

cathy@cwevent.com

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David Adamo – Area III

Florence, Alabama

707-321-0648

dvadamo@aol.com

Mogie Bearden-Muller – Area II

Centreville, Maryland

510-928-1050

Foxhill10@gmail.com

Emily Beshear – Area II

Somerset, Virginia

434-960-2370

emilybeshear@earthlink.net

Jennifer Bodtmann – Area V

Montgomery, Texas

281-541-5818 (cell)

eventingdoublej@aol.com

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Frederic Bouland – Area X

Phoenix, Arizona

602-758-3809 (day)

fbets@cox.net

Gretchen Butts – Area II

Laytonsville, Maryland

301-774-7123

waredaca@aol.com

Nick Cwick – Area III

Newnan, Georgia

770-304-0117 (day/barn)

602-615-1670 (cell)

nick@capstoneeventing.com

Eric Dierks – Areas II & III

Berryville, Virginia (May-Oct)

Reddick, Florida (Nov-Apr)

703-297-2329 (cell)

eric@ofet.net

Paul Ebersole – Area II

Bluemont, Virginia

703-431-4580

champagnewishesfarm@yahoo.com

Jonathan Elliott – Area VII

Yelm, Washington

360-485-2043 (cell)

jonathan_elliott@hotmail.com

Stephanie Goodman – Area IX

McCall, Idaho

208-315-2086

stephanieg@frontiernet.net

Nancy Guyotte – Area I

Hill, New Hampshire

603-848-6566 (cell)

nguyotte@comcast.net

Susan L. Harris – Area VIII

Prospect, Kentucky

502-228-3456

susanharris54@me.com

Sue Hines – Area VIII

Kensington, Ohio

330-223-2272

teak@voyager.net

Alyce Hinkle – Area V

Conroe, Texas

281-772-9350

jvfarms@peoplepc.com

Fran Summerlin Histed – Area III

Steele, Alabama

850-485-1546

summerworthdown@att.net

Natalie Hollis – Area II

Frederick, Maryland

301-972-8943 (day)

410-615-3673 (cell)

natalieghollis@gmail.com

Melissa Hunsberger – Area II

Purcellville, Virginia

540-668-6024 (day)

msnowyriver@aol.com

Cathy Jones-Forsberg – Area IV

Hampshire, Illinois

847-464-4095 (day)

847-464-5974 (eve)

ducksflyforcathy@yahoo.com

Jennifer Taxay Kelly – Area VI

Agua Dulce, California

305-608-3506

jtaxay@msn.com

Judy Klus – Area VII

Gold Beach, Oregon

541-247-0877 (day)

541-425-0855 (cell)

kluseventing@hughes.net

Sara Kozumplik – Areas II & III

Berryville, Virginia (May-Oct)

Reddick, Florida (Nov-Apr)

703-930-2409 (cell)

sara@ofet.net

Mikki Kuchta – Area I

Patterson, New York

845-878-0063 (eve)

abfteam@comcast.net

Richard Lamb – Area III

Aiken, South Carolina

828-817-1163 (day)

irlamb9@aol.com

Susannah Lansdale – Area VIII

Evansville, Indiana

812-867-0933

susannah@signalknob.com

Ashley Leith – Area III

Ocala, Florida

610-260-0119 (cell)

scorpion13@earthlink.net

Shannon Lilley – Area VI

Gilroy, California

408-309-2791

splilley@earthlink.net

Nanci Lindroth- Area II

Jackson Springs, North Carolina

910-652-2086 (eve)

910-690-6600 (cell)

sealin@mindspring.net


Ashley MacVaugh – Area I

South Hamilton, Massachusetts

978-468-2424 (day)

978-807-1038 (cell)

ashley@ashleymacvaugh.com

Carol Mayo – Area I

Sherborn, Massachusetts

508-655-5151 (day)

jpcamayo@comcast.net

Gina Miles – Area VI

Atascadero, California

805-227-4288 (day)

ginamiles@msn.com

Gary Mittleider – Area IX

Kuna, Idaho

208-871-3522 (cell)

mitt520@aol.com

Sara Mittleider – Area IX

Kuna, Idaho

208-870-1857 (cell)

mitt520@aol.com

James Moore – Area II

Bealeton, Virginia

303-917-1488 (cell)

prestigetraining@mac.com

Nadeem Noon – Area VIII

Bloomington, Indiana

812-876-4801

nad@upnoverstables.com

Lauren O’Brien – Area II

Vass, North Carolina

910-245-2388

kincora@pinehurst.net

Karen O’Neal – Area VII

Sisters, Oregon

541-549-1104 (cell)

kareno@bendbroadband.com

Doug Payne – Area II

Pottersville, New Jersey

908-399-9112 (day)

doug@dpequestrian.com

Holly Payne – Area II

Gladstone, New Jersey

908-334-3126

h.payne@comcast.net

Brooke Phillips – Area VII

Corvallis, Oregon

541-908-3887

360-269-6542 (cell)

willamettesporthorses@msn.com

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Diana Rich – Area VIII

Cincinnati, Ohio

513-831-7411

d.rich@fuse.net

Natalie Rooney Pitts – Area VI

Bodega, California

707-312-1119 (cell)

natalie@fourstarfarm.com

Jennifer Rousseau – Area IV

Barrington Hills, Illinois

847-382-9832

847-501-0190 (cell)

rousseaj@dls.net

Jeffray Ryding – Area X

Galisteo, New Mexico

505-466-8771 (day)

mjratgdf@aol.com

Alice Sarno – Area X

Phoenix, Arizona

602-501-4697 (day)

desertsporthorse@gmail.com

Christine Scarlett – Area VI

Davis, California

530-753-5972

cscarlettyr@hotmail.com

Jerry Schurink – Area I

ICP FACULTY

Amherst, Massachusetts

413-549-3252 (day)

hgs@vasci.umass.edu

Bunnie Sexton – Area VI

Santa Ynez, California

805-688-1784

runnjmpd@aol.com

Jane Sleeper – Area II

East Fallowfield, Pennsylvania

610-857-2514 (eve)

sleepyjane@juno.com

John Staples – Area IV

Wichita, Kansas

316-733-8186 (eve)

day3goober@aol.com

Sarah VandenBerg – Area VI

San Diego, California

619-685-7531 (day)

sarah@briarwoodridingschool.com

Lellie Ward – Area III

Aiken, South Carolina

803-640-4918 (cell)

lellie@paradisefarmaiken.com

Wendy Wergeles – Area VI

Los Alamos, California

877-625-0209

wergeles@earthlink.net

Pam Wiedemann – Area II

Christiana, Pennsylvania

717-529-1063

pamwiedemann@hotmail.com

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David Acord – Area VI

Dublin, California

541-840-9492

lifeline37@yahoo.com

Tom Angle – Area X

Galisteo, New Mexico

505-466-8771 (day)

xcountry@goosedowns.com

Connie Arthur – Area VI

Waterford, California

209-985-3354

lonetree@inreach.com

Sarah Berkowitz-Keppner – Area IX

Provisional

Hailey, Idaho

208-316-1212

threewaysinthreedays@yahoo.com

Becky Brown – Area V

Dallas, Texas

214-718-0562

rebeccab53@sbcglobal.net

Ryan Brown – Area VI

Gilroy, California

408-842-3398 (eve)

outfoxedrider@yahoo.com

Sally Phillips Buffington – Area III

Madison, Georgia

210-421-1534 (day)

sallypbuffington@gmail.com

Molly Bull – Area II

Scottsville, Virginia

434-286-4562 (day)

434-825-6073 (cell)

mollyhooper@hotmail.com

Stephanie Butts – Area II

Laytonsville, Maryland

301-774-7123

steph@waredaca.com

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Kimberley Payne Castro – Area IX

Provisional

Park City, Utah

435-659-1140

kimberley@3peasinapony.com

Jeanie Clarke – Area I

Sherborn, Massachusetts

508-314-5161

jeanieclarke2141@gmail.com

Rochelle Costanza – Area IX

Franktown, Colorado

303-229-1081 (cell)

platinumfarm@msn.com

Barbara Crabo – Area X

Scottsdale, Arizona

602-677-0583

fourpeaksfarm@gmail.com

Thomas Davis – Area I

Rehoboth, Massachusetts

508-222-5856 (day/eve)

flatlands3@aol.com

Shelley Drake-Kincaid – Area VI

Poway, California

858-679-0690

sd-kincaid@sbcglobal.net

Bevin O’Reilly Dugan – Area I

Brattleboro, Vermont

413-478-1661 (cell)

borei333@hotmail.com

John Michael Durr – Area VI

Santa Rosa, California

707-541-6160

707-529-8397 (cell)

resporthorses@yahoo.com

Mia Edsall – Area IX

Bellevue, Idaho

208-720-4414

mia@syskylan.net

Dana Estes – Area VI

Livermore, California

925-998-1882

danaestes@comcast.net

Marla Foreman – Area VII

Pasco, Washington

509-546-0445

equiart2@aol.com

Peggy Friauf – Area V

Fort Worth, Texas

817-926-0842

runjumpxc@aol.com

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Trudy Guarente – Area IX

Sandy, Utah

801-673-2713

trudyallan@juno.com

Brad Hall – Area IV

Galena, Illinois

815-777-2034 (day)

3dayeventer@dishmail.com

Ann Haller – Area III

Oxford, Georgia

770-385-3399

678-787-4168

ann.haller@yahoo.com

Sinead Halpin – Area II

Middleburg, Virginia

540-878-1122 (cell)

shkillian@aol.com

Chris Hiller – Area VI

Clayton, California

925-672-1964

cah7236@gmail.com

Chris Hitchcock – Area II

Midlothian, Virginia

919-697-5536 (day)

doublediamondtraining@yahoo.com

Janice Holmes – Area VIII

Milford, Ohio

513-575-0536

jaholmstead@aol.com

Philippa Humphreys – Area VIII

Grand Rapids, Michigan

616-304-2076 (cell)

philippa@pheventing.com

Margaret Hutchison – Area I

North Chatham, New York

518-441-2176 (cell)

mhutch5100@aol.com

Anne Jennings – Area IV

Mequon, Wisconsin

262-375-2964 (day)

equinepcf@aol.com

Eileen Kenney – Area II

Provisional

Afton, Virginia

434-284-1957 (cell)

eileen@wavertreehall.com

Lora Kutteroff – Area II

Mt. Airy, Maryland

301-829-0008

lkutteroff@earthlink.net

Michael Larsen – Area III

Morriston, Florida

608-332-7336

mlarsen1982@gmail.com

Susan Friend LeTourneur – Area VI

Lake View Terrace, California

818-834-1272 (day)

suefriend@yahoo.com

Alexis Lind – Area VII

Redmond, Washington

425-444-9539

lexilind@hotmail.com

Nancy Lindsey – Area V

Richmond, Texas

281-342-7221 (eve)

valhallaoutpost@gmail.com

Sarah Lorenz – Area VII

Issaquah, Washington

206-595-5150 (eve)

sarah_lorenz@hotmail.com

K. Melisa Martell – Area II

Darnestown, Maryland

240-683-5487

310-509-0400 (cell)

kmmartell@verizon.net

Jackie McRae – Area VI

Grass Valley, California

530-274-7108 (day)

roadynme@hotmail.com

Sabrina Miller – Area VI

Salinas, California

831-484-1027 (day)

tra3day@aol.com

Megan Moore – Area VIII

Georgetown, Kentucky

859-327-2161 (day)

megan@teamceoeventing.com

Cynthia Moore-West – Area IX

Sedalia, Colorado

303-663-8418

720-219-9494 (cell)

westsfarm@msn.com

Bernard Morauw – Area IV

Virgil, Illinois

630-802-5518 (day)

bernard@versaillesequestrian.com

Jennifer Ohmes – Area III

Leighton, Alabama

816-810-0828

jenohmes@hotmail.com


Val Owen – Area VI

Paradise, California

520-321-3973 (eve)

vrowen@pacbell.net

Stephanie Parker – Area VII

Redmond, Oregon

514-548-5135

parkeranm@aol.com

Michele Pestl – Area VII

Renton, Washington

206-459-0601 (cell)

napoleontoo@hotmail.com

Steuart Pittman – Area II

Davidsonville, Maryland

410-798-8462 (day)

dodonfarm@verizon.net

Deborah Ravinsky – Area VI

Danville, California

925-216-1042 (day)

dravinsky@gmail.com

Jenna Reveal – Area VI

San Juan Capistrano, California

203-906-3479 (cell)

jennar@mail.com

Katie Rocco – Area I

Sandisfield, Massachusetts

413-258-4459 (eve)

srds@bcn.net

Becky Roper – Area V

Plano, Texas

972-965-5791 (day)

beckyroper@verizon.net

Molly Rosin – Area II

Baltimore, Maryland

559-287-7285 (cell)

molly@mollyrosin.com

Lei Ruckle – Area IV

Fenton, Missouri

636-349-6611 (day)

leimail@sbcglobal.net

Kathleen Russell – Area X

Moriarty, New Mexico

505-670-6064 (day)

krystalridges@netzero.com

Anne Ryan – Area VII

Kent, Washington

253-630-5610 (day/eve)

kerryanne9@comcast.net

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Ruth Sawin – Area V

Bellville, Texas

979-865-5591 (eve)

pinehilltexas@sbcglobal.net

Kathryn Schiess – Area III

Provisional

Aiken, South Carolina

815-979-6291

klschiess@usca.edu

Mary Schwentker – Area II

Middletown, Virginia

540-533-1927 (cell)

dryrunfarm@gmail.com

Gretchen Scott – Area I

Saugerties, New York

845-246-0726 (eve)

gscott1@hvc.rr.com

Joan Simmons – Area VIII

Mars, Pennsylvania

412-860-9287 (eve)

jlsshf@consolidated.net

Jackie Smith – Area VIII

Hanoverton, Ohio

330-222-2089

jackie@stonegatefarm.org

Lynn Symansky – Area II

Middleburg, Virginia

540-687-6333

540-460-1351 (cell)

lynn.symansky@gmail.com

Kelly Joesten Theisen, M Ed – Area IV

Kirtland Hills, Ohio

815-765-1951

ktheisen51@yahoo.com

Teri Thompson – Area IX

Provisional

Ft. Collins, Colorado

970-988-2047

tthomp1230@aol.com

Allison Thurston – Area I

South Dartmouth, Massachusetts

203-331-5230

duchollow@aol.com

Elizabeth Tukey – Area IX

Colorado Springs, Colorado

719-227-9160

liztukey@gmail.com

Clare VanderWoude – Area IV

Provisional

Middleton, Wisconsin

608-848-9559

608-220-9451 (cell)

crvanderwoude@hotmail.com

Frantz Verhelst – Area VII

Maple Valley, Washington

803-646-9933

Evntr3d@aol.com

Sarah Vernlund – Area VI

Pleasanton, California

925-437-1051 (cell)

highlandtraining@msn.com

Richard Wood – Area I

Richmond, Massachusetts

978-502-7664 (day)

richpwood@netscape.com

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Erika Adams – Area III

Knoxville, Tennessee

865-966-3600

865-384-5680 (cell)

adams.erika@gmail.com

Kara Erdos Andrew – Area VIII

Creston, Ohio

330-329-5949

kjandrew@bright.net

Sharon Anthony – Area III

Primm Springs, Tennessee

931-670-0794

sharonanthony@earthlink.net

Taurie Banks – Area VI

Fillmore, California

805-524-4350

805-551-9244 (cell)

tribalking@hotmail.com

Tauni Beckmann– Area VI

San Diego/Riverside County, California

760-505-2468 (cell)

info@socaleventing.com

socaleventing@hotmail.com

Jane Braddock – Area IV

Hager City, Wisconsin

507-398-8494 (cell)

jeb@focusedriding.com

Jim Briggs – Area VII

Cle Elum, Washington

509-674-2812 (day/eve)

peohpoint@hotmail.com

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Suzanne Brock – Area VI

Santa Rosa, California

707-579-0505

707-569-4497 (cell)

triplehriding@gmail.com

Jennifer Burk – Area V

Burleson, Texas

817-568-0174

Jburk5513@sbcglobal.net

Elise Ann Daniel – Area IX

Kuna, Idaho

208-590-2606 (cell)

poppydaniel@gmail.com

Patricia Deasy – Area III

Alachua, Florida

352-284-8656

pcdsilveroak@msn.com

Alison Eastman-Lawler – Area I

Hollis, New Hampshire

603-465-9592 (day)

603-345-0382 (cell)

apltrefarm@aol.com

Madison Foote – Area VIII

Haslett, Michigan

517-655-6804

theresa@horselessons.com

Ashley Giles – Area III

Newnan, Georgia

770-251-4211 (day)

678-416-6598 (cell)

ashley1069@juno.com

Denise Goyea – Area I

Groton, Massachusetts

617-224-6325 (day)

denisescarlethill@yahoo.com

Claire Harmon – Area V

Missouri City, Texas

281-437-3484

claireharmon@aol.com

Elizabeth Harris – Area III

Monroe, Georgia

770-267-8126 (day/eve)

elizabethharris@email.com

Carol Herron – Area III

Naples, Florida

301-928-5518 (cell)

c.j.herron@comcast.net

Ellen Hill – Area VI

Redwood city, California

952-492-3463

hilldepotfarm@msn.com

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Taren Hoffos – Area VI

Ramona, California

858-610-1693

thoffos@hotmail.com

Susanna Holder – Area VI

Alameda, California

510-519-1871 (eve)

susanna.holder@gmail.com

Janet Horton – Area X

Santa Fe, New Mexico

505-466-8250 (eve)

jahorton@cybermesa.com

Michele Kalsem – Area IV

Huxley, Iowa

515-450-0764 (day)

4kalsemtraining@huxcomm.net

Ali Kermeen – Area VI

Sunnyvale, California

925-548-3171

alikermeen@gmail.com

Marie Kerola – Area VII

Portland, Oregon

503-544-4275

marikerola@gmail.com

Brigitte Kettell – Area IV

Wheaton, Illinois

630-732-3525

mistralBK@gmail.com

Kevin Kress – Area VI

Sonoma, California

707-494-2679 (cell)

goatesq@aol.com

Yvonne Kropf – Area X

Las Cruces, New Mexico

575-639-0359

Amigos_equestrian@yahoo.com

Jaimi Martin-Peterson – Area VI

Vallejo, California

510-502-2399 (cell)

jaimimartin@mac.com

Marisa Melby – Area I

Guilford, Connecticutl

518-821-4482

marisa_melby@yahoo.com

Suzanne Mente – Area I

Sunderland, Massachusetts

413-549-3250 (eve)

mente.dressage@gmail.com

Cheryl Christopher Meola – Area I

East Freetown, Massachusetts

508-971-2668 (cell)

rohan1722@aol.com

Amanda Miller – Area II

Clayton, North Carolina

252-671-2175

millereventing@hotmail.com

Deb Moynihan – Area I

Bolton, Connecticut

860-646-8841

djmoynihan@snet.net

Janet Murfey – Area I

Brookfield, New Hampshire

603-941-0194 (cell)

janet.murfey@murfey.com

Amy Nichols – Area III

Anderson, South Carolina

864-287-7844 (day)

864-933-3529 (cell)

amyn@clemson.edu

Darla Opava – Area VI

Provisional

Los Angeles, California

310-645-6987

818-515-3210 (cell)

darop@sbcglobal.net

Liz Patrick – Area II

Sykesville, Maryland

410-552-5022 (day)

410-549-4273 (eve)

watersedge6150@aol.com

Ginger Trandum Reitz – Area VII

Maple Valley, Washington

425-413-1796 (eve)

bgreitz@mindspring.com

Katherine O. Rizzo – Area II

Gaithersburg, Maryland

301-904-4048

korizzo@smcm.edu

Terri Rocovich – Area VI

Ramona, California

760-788-2825

858-335-3274 (cell)

rocovich@sbcglobal.net

Rachel Rosenthal – Area II

Bedminster, New Jersey

908-963-0281 (eve)

rjrosey66@yahoo.com


Meredith Scarlet – Area I

Groton, Massachusetts

978-448-3421 (day)

mbeeuwkes@aol.com

Marie Schofield – Area VII and VI

Lyle, Washington (April-November)

Borrego Springs, California

(November-April)

541-980-5003 (cell)

maries@gorge.net

Liz Schroeder – Area II

Washington, District of Columbia

202-543-2336

310-775-1862 (cell)

lizskips@msn.com

Jennifer Schuck – Area IV

Delano, Minnesota

763-972-9116 (day)

612-290-8842 (cell)

pnemeadow@frontiernet.net

Adrianna Silvestri – Area IX

Denver, Colorado

303-601-6291

aslice@silvestriphoto.com

Kyle Smith – Area VIII

Hanoverton, Ohio

330-222-2089

Smith.5654@osu.edu

Beth Spencer – Area II

Reidsville, North Carolina

336-263-9060 (cell)

stoneycreekstables@yahoo.com

Camie Stockhausen – Area IV

Cambridge, Iowa

515-597-2297 (day)

camstock@huxcomm.net

Lisa Swan – Area II

Upper Marlboro, Maryland

410-798-1361 (cell)

ponypro@netzero.net

Paulina Taylor – Area III

Birmingham, Alabama

205-937-9738 (cell)

paulina_ek@hotmail.com

Joy Von Handorf – Area VIII

Waynesville, Ohio

937-885-6328

937-623-8337 (cell)

joy@wetherbrookefarm.com

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Andrea Waldo – Area I

Hinesburg, Vermont

802-453-7865 (day)

aewaldo@gmavt.net

Jenny Warner – Area IV

Minneapolis, Minnesota

651-470-3646 (day)

amalia_00@yahoo.com

Anna Welch – Area I

Pownal, Maine

207-688-4835 (day/eve)

asouthkai@aol.com

Debbie Wilson – Area II

Forest Hill, Maryland

410-808-2936 (cell)

jdwilson1017@aol.com

leVel I - NOVICe

Kathryn Cecere – Area I

Littleton, Massachusetts

978-264-9857

kathryn@harmonyhorsestables.com

Jennifer Fair – Area IX

Park City, Utah

435-659-6510

jensing70@hotmail.com

Kimberly Gardner-Taylor – Area V

Aledo, Texas

817-637-4585

kjumpergirl@yahoo.com

Carolyn Haddad – Area VII

Anchorage, Alaska

907-770-1179 (day)

907-250-8744 (cell)

chaddad@gci.net

Jasmine Hobart – Area II

Hoffman, North Carolina

319-360-0426 (cell)

jazzboomer_13@hotmail.com

Diann Landau – Area II

Lovettsville, Virginia

540-822-9052 (day/eve)

cilldara@megapipe.net

Lesley A. Long – Area II

Woodbine, Maryland

410-795-7674

aframe5@comcast.net

Amanda Miller – Area II

Clayton, North Carolina

252-671-2175 (day/eve)

millereventing@hotmail.com

Christina Stamos – Area I

Provisional

Carmel, New York

440-864-6253

christinastamos@yahoo.com

Sarah Stanton – Area VII

Provisional

Deary, Idaho

208-301-0579 (cell)

stantonfarm@cpcinternet.com

Toni Stevens – Area V

Brenham, Texas

979-277-9248

saddle1up@sbcglobal.net

Candace Wheeler – Area III

Florence Alabama

256-436-4032

wheelercrec@gmail.com

Christina Windsor – Area V

Dripping Springs, Texas

512-917-1658

christina@greenleafstables.com

Cynthia Wiseman – Area IV

Provisional

Miller, Missouri

417-452-2343 (day)

cynthia@stoneridgeeventing.com

Should you have any trouble reaching

any of the instructors, please

contact Nancy Knight at 703-779-0440,

Ext 3007 or by e-mail at

nancy@useventing.com.

Visit www.useventing.com for updates as

Certified Instructors are added.

2011 | SUMMER OMNIBUS • 37


INteRNAtIONAl

ICP CeRtIFIed INStRuCtORS:

meXICO

leVel II

Escipion Anibal Mendivil Minjares

Zuazua 13, Huizachal, Naucalpan

Estado de Mexico

CP53840

011 (52) 55 52953200 (home)

011 (52) 55 55 39417005 (cell)

Work Information:

Rancho Hipico La Joya

Agua Caliente, Lomas Hipodromo

CP53900

Naucalpan Estado de Mexico

011 (52) 55 55898632

011 (52) 55 898801 (fax)

escipion64@yahoo.com.mx

Sandra del Castillo

Gral Garcia Conde Area 12 bis Edif H-8

Unidad Habitacional Militar 1-L

Delgacion Miguel Hidalgo

Mexico D.F.

ZC 11200

011 (52) 555 2022659

011 (52) 515 521 363601 (cell)

sandradelc@gmail.com

american horse trials foundation, inc.

38 • 2011 | SUMMER OMNIBUS

leVel I - training

Luis Loustalot

Ahuatenco 145, casa 7-2,

fraccionamiento Las Vistas

Colonia Cabecera Cuajimalpa

Delgacion Cuajimalpa

Mexico City

ZC 05260

011 (52) 555 8124941

Work Information:

Club Hipico La Barranca and Pony

Club La Barranca

Ahuehuetes Norte 317

Colonia Bosques de las Lomas

Delgacion Miguel Hidalgo

Mexico D.F.

ZC 11700

011 (52) 555 5201727

011 (52) 555 2518016

011 (52) 515 513678171 (cell)

011 (52) 555 2411932 (fax)

lloustalot@gmail.com

llousalot@alumni.ipade.mx

• the American horse trials Foundation is a non-profit corporation

established to assist Three-Day Event riders and Organizers in raising

tax deductible financial support for national and international competition.

Ricardo Perez Conde

Calzada la Loma 1331 casa 14

Santa Cruz Buena Vista Puebla

Puebla Mexico CP 72170

011 (52) 222 4031591

011 (52) 222 4630383

Work Information:

Club 15 poniente 1532

San Pedro Cholula

Puebla Mexico

rperezconde1@yahoo.com.mx

leVel I - Novice

Wilver Armando Mendez Vargas

A. Taracena #105 - 8 Fracc.

Oropeza

Villahermosa, Tabasco.

Mexico. CP 86030

011 9933 051069

011 9933 159053

wilvermendez@hotmail.com

• Eligibility Requirements: Adult Riders – completion of a CCI1* or, alternatively a CIC1*;

Young Riders – completion of one or more horse trials at the preliminary level;

Organizers - must host one or more horse trials at the preliminary or higher level.

• The American horse Trials Foundation has been granted tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of

the Internal Revenue Code. All contributions are deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law. do

nations should be directed to the American horse trials Foundation, Inc., 221 Grove Cove Rd,

Centerville, maryland 21617-2686

for more information: Phone: (443) 262-9555 • Fax: (443) 262-9666

Email: ahtf@att.net • Website: www.ahtf3day.org


2010 usef eVenting dressage tests for horse trials

CONVERSION TABLE

(Meters to Feet)

1 meter = 3’ 3”

6 meters = 19’ 8”

10 meters = 32’ 10”

12 meters = 39’ 4”

14 meters = 45’ 11”

20 meters = 65’ 7”

40 meters = 131’ 3”

60 meters =196’ 10”

STANDARD ARENA

(20m x 60m)

DIAGONAL LENGTH

63.25m = 207’ 6”

DRESSAGE ARENAS

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER THE RING WITHIN

45 SECONDS OF THE JUDGE’S SIGNAL.

SCORING

10 Excellent

9 Very Good

8 Good

7 Fairly Good

6 Satisfactory

5 Sufficient

4 Insufficient

3 Fairly Bad

2 Bad

1 Very Bad

0 Not Performed

SMALL ARENA

(20m x 40m)

DIAGONAL LENGTH

44.72m = 146’ 9”

ERRORS

First Error: 2 points

Second Error: 4 points

Third Error: Elimination

Leaving Arena: Elimination

2011 | SUMMER OMNIBUS • 39


Beginner noVice leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 BeGINNeR NOVICe eVeNtING teSt A

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 40m (small) 3) time: Approximately 3:00

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. AXMC Enter working trot. Straightness on center and diagonal lines.

2. HEKA Working trot. Quality of trot.

3. A Circle left 20 meters working trot. Quality of trot, roundness of circle.

4. Between K and A Working canter Calmness and smoothness of depart .

left lead.

5. A Circle left 20 meters working canter. Quality of canter, roundness of circle.

6. Between F and B Working trot Balance and smoothness of transition.

7. Between M and C Medium walk. Balance and smoothness of transition.

Quality of medium walk.

8. HXF Free walk. Quality of free walk and stretch.

Between F and A Medium walk. Quality of transition and medium walk.

9. AKEH Working Trot. Balance and smoothness of transition.

10. C Circle right 20 meters

working trot.

Quality of trot, roundness of circle.

11. Between H and C Working canter Calmness and smoothness of depart.

right lead.

12. C Circle right 20 meters. Working canter. Quality of canter, roundness of circle.

13. Between M and B Working trot Balance and smoothness of transition.

14. A Down center line. Quality of turn at A, straightness on center line.

15. X Halt, Salute Quality of transition and halt. Immobility.

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work may be performed rising or sitting unless stated otherwise.

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10

10

10

10

10 x 2

10

10

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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10

10

10

10

Total possible points: 200


Beginner noVice leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 BeGINNeR NOVICe eVeNtING teSt B

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 40m (small) 3) time: Approximately 3:20

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter working trot Straightness on center line.

C Track right. Quality of turn and trot.

2. MXK Change rein working trot. Quality of trot.

3. A Circle left 20 meters working trot. Quality of trot, roundness and size of circle.

4. FXH Change rein working trot. Quality of trot.

5. C Circle right 20 meters working trot. Quality of trot roundness, and size of circle.

6. Between C and M Medium walk. Quality of transition and medium walk.

7. MXK Change rein free walk. Quality of free walk, straightness and transitions.

K Medium walk.

8. A Working trot and half circle

left 20 meters.

Quality of transition and trot.

9. Approaching X Working canter left lead. Calmness and smoothness of depart .

X to A Half circle left 20 meters Quality of canter.

working canter.

AFB Straight ahead. Straightness.

10. Between B and M Working trot. Quality of transition and trot.

11. HXF Change rein working trot. Quality of trot.

12. A Half circle right 20 meters.

working trot.

Quality of trot, quality and bend on half circle.

13. Approaching X Working canter right lead. Calmness and smoothness of depart .

X to A Half circle right 20 meters. Quality of canter.

working canter.

AKE Straight ahead. Straightness.

14. Between E and H Working trot Quality of transition and trot.

15. B to X Half circle right 10 meters Quality of trot, quality and bend on half circle.

working trot.

16. G Halt, Salute. Quality of transition and halt.

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work may be performed rising or sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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10

10

10

10

10

10 x 2

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

Total possible points: 210


noVice leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 NOVICe eVeNtING teSt A

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 40m (small) 3) time: Approximately 4:00

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter working trot.

C Track left working trot

Straightness, balance in turn, rhythm

2. E Circle left 20m diameter

working trot.

Rhythm, bend and balance, shape of circle

3. A Turn down center line. Balance and rhythm in turns,

C Track right working trot. straightness.

4. B Circle right 20 meters diameter. Rhythm, bend and balance, shape of circle.

5. A Medium walk. Ease of transition, quality of walk

6. KXM Free walk. Stretch and relaxation quality of walk

7. M Medium walk. Quality of transition and walk

8. C Working trot. Quality of transition and trot rhythm

E - B Half circle left working trot. Rhythm and shape of half circle

9. Approaching B Working canter left lead. Ease and balance of transition

10. B Circle left 20 meters. Rhythm and balance shape of circle

11. Between B and M Working trot. Ease and balance in transition

12. HXF Change rein working trot. Straightness and quality of trot

13. AKE Working trot. Rhythm balance

E - B Half circle right working trot. Rhythm and shape of half circle

14. Approaching B Working canter right lead. Ease and balance of transition

15. B Circle right 20 meters. Rhythm and balance shape of circle

16. Between B & F Working trot. Ease and balance of transition

17. A Turn down center line Balance in turn, straightness

18. G Halt, Salute Ease of transition, immobility

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work may be performed rising or sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

10

10

10

10

10

10 x 2

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

Total possible points: 230


noVice leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 NOVICe eVeNtING teSt B

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 40m (small) 3) time: Approximately 3:15

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter working trot. Straightness on center line.

10

C Track right working trot Quality of trot and turn.

2. B Turn right working trot. Quality of turns and trot.

E Turn left working trot.

3. A Circle left 20 meters working trot. Quality of trot, roundness of circle.

4. Between A and F Calmness and smoothness of depart .

Working canter left lead.

5. B Circle left 20 meters working canter. Quality of canter, roundness of circle.

6. Between B and M Working trot. Balance and smoothness of transition.

7. E Turn left working trot.

B Turn right working trot.

Quality of turns and trot.

8. A Circle right 20 meters in working trot. Quality of trot, roundness of circle.

9. Between A and K

Working canter right lead.

Calmness and smoothness of depart.

10. E Circle right 20 meters working canter. Quality of canter, roundness of circle.

11. Between E and H Working trot. Balance and smoothness of transition.

12. C Medium walk. Quality of transition and medium walk.

13. MXK Free walk. Quality of free walk straightness.

14. K Medium walk. Transitions.

A Turn down center line. Quality of turn, smoothness of transition.

D Working trot. Straightness on center line.

15. G Halt, Salute. Quality of transition and halt.

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work may be performed rising or sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Total possible points: 200

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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10

10

10

10

10

10 x 2

10

10


training leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 tRAINING eVeNtING teSt A

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 40m (small) 3) time: Approximately 4:00

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter working trot. Straightness on center line quality of trot. 10

C Track left Quality of turn at C.

2. E Circle left 15 meters Quality of trot, roundness and size of circle. 10

3. FXH Lengthen stride

H Working trot.

Lengthening of frame and stride.

10

4. B Circle right 15 meters Quality of trot, roundness and size of circle.

working trot.

5. KXM Lengthen strides in trot. Lengthening of frame and stride.

M Working trot.

6. C Circle left 20 meters letting Quality of stretch over back, forward

the horse stretch forward and down. and downward into a light contact

while maintaining balance and quality of trot.

C Working trot Transition to working trot.

7. H-E Medium walk. Balance and smoothness of transition.

8. E-F Free walk. Quality of free walk and straightness.

F-A Medium walk. Quality of medium walk and transition.

9. A Working trot. Balance and quality of transition.

K Working canter right lead. Quality of trot and canter.

10. E Circle right 15 meters Quality of canter, roundness and size of circle.

working canter.

11. M to F Lengthen stride in the canter. The lengthening of frame and stride

F Working canter.

regularity, uphill balance transition.

12. KXM Change rein. Straightness quality of canter and trot,

X Working trot. balance and smoothness of transition.

13. M Working canter left lead. Calmness and smoothness of depart .

14. E Circle left 15 meters Quality of canter, roundness and size

working canter. of circle.

15. K Working trot. Smoothness of transition.

16. A Down center line Quality of turn at A, straightness.

17. X Halt, salute. Quality of halt and immobility.

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work may be performed rising or sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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10

10

10

10 x 2

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

Total possible points: 220


training leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 tRAINING eVeNtING teSt B

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 40m (small) 3) time: Approximately 3:30

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter working trot. Straightness on center line,

C Track right. quality of turn and trot.

2. B Turn right. Quality of turn.

X Circle right 15 meters working trot. Roundness of circle, quality of trot.

3. X Circle left 15 meters working trot. Roundness of circle, quality of trot.

E Turn left. Quality of turn.

4 F Working canter left lead. Calmness and smoothness of depart .

5. B Circle left 15 meters Quality of canter, roundness and size of circle.

working canter

6. B Circle left 20 meters progressively Lengthening of frame and stride,

lengthen stride in canter regularity of canter.

B Working canter Balance and definition of transition.

7. M Working trot. Straightness, balance and smoothness.

8. C Medium walk. Balance and smoothness of transition.

9. H - B Free walk. Quality of free walk and straightness.

B - F Medium walk. Quality of medium walk, straightness.

10. F Working trot. Calmness and smoothness of transition.

11. K Working canter right lead. Calmness and smoothness of depart .

12. E Circle right 15 meters Quality of canter, roundness and size of circle.

working canter.

13. E Circle right 20 meters progressively Lengthening of frame and stride,

lengthen stride in canter regularity of canter

E Working canter Balance and definition of transition.

14. H Working trot Straightness, balance and smoothness.

15. C Circle right 20 meters letting Quality of stretch over back, forward and

the horse stretch forward downward into a light contact while

and down. maintaining balance and quality of trot.

C Working trot Quality of trot.

16. MXK Change rein progressively The lengthening of frame and stride,

lengthen the stride in trot. regularity of trot straightness,

K Working trot transitions.

17. A Down center line Quality of turn straightness on center line,

X Halt, salute. Immobility, quality of halt.

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work may be performed rising or sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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10 x 2

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10

10

10

10

10

Total possible points: 220


preliminary leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 PRelImINARY eVeNtING teSt A

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 40m (small) 3) time: Approximately 4:15

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter working trot. Straightness on center line.

C Track left. Quality of turn at C.

2. E Turn left. Quality of turn, quality of trot,

X Circle left 10 meters size and roundness of circle.

3. X Circle right 10 meters Size and roundness of circle.

B Track right Quality of turn.

4. K - G Leg yield right. Straightness, balance, position and flow.

C Track left Quality of turn.

5. H - D Leg yield left. Straightness, balance, position and flow.

A Track right Quality of turn.

6. KXM Change rein, giving and Straightness on diagonal, the reach

taking the reins forward forward of the neck while maintaining

over X for 5 meters. the balance, smoothness of the giving and retaking.

7. C Medium walk Quality of transition and walk.

8. HXF Free walk. Quality of free walk and straightness.

F Medium walk Quality of transition and medium walk.

9. A Working trot. Balance and smoothness of transition.

K Working canter right lead. Calmness and smoothness of depart.

10. E Circle right 20 meters The lengthening of frame and stride,

medium canter. regularity of canter, uphill balance.

EHCM Working canter. Balance and definition of transition.

11. M - F One loop to the quarter line Quality of canter, balance,

between X and B execution of figure.

12. KXM Change rein, change of Quality of canter and trot, smoothness

lead through the trot at X. of transitions, straightness.

13. H - K One loop to the quarter line Quality of canter, balance

between X and E. execution of figure.

14. FXH Change rein. Quality of canter and trot, smoothness

X Working trot. of transition, straightness.

15. MXK Lengthen stride in trot the lengthening of frame and stride,

rising or sitting. regularity of trot, balance, straightness

K Working trot sitting. transitions.

16. A Down center line. Quality of trot and turn at A, straightness.

17. X Halt, Salute. Quality of transition and halt, immobility.

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work performed sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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10

10

10

10

10

10

10 x 2

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

Total possible points: 220


preliminary leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 PRelImINARY eVeNtING teSt B

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 40m (small) 3) time: Approximately 3:45

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter working trot. Straightness on center line, quality of

X Halt, salute, proceed working trot. halt, trot and transitions.

C Track right. Quality of turn.

2. MXK Lengthen stride in trot The lengthening of frame and stride,

rising or sitting. regularity of trot, straightness,

K Working trot. transitions.

3. A Turn left on center line. Straightness, balance, position and

D - M Leg yield right. flow.

4. M Working canter left lead. Balance and definition of transition.

5. E - B Half circle left medium canter. The lengthening of frame and stride

quality of medium canter.

Between B and M Working canter. Balance and definition of transition.

6. M Half circle left 10 meters Balance and size of half circle.

returning to the track at B. Quality of canter.

7. BAE Counter canter. Quality of counter canter.

8. E Working trot. Balance and definition of transition.

9. C Turn right on center line.

G - F Leg yield left.

Straightness, balance, position and flow.

10. F Working canter right lead. Balance and definition of transition.

11. E - B Half circle right 20 meters The lengthening of frame and stride,

in medium canter. quality of medium canter.

Between B and F Working canter. Balance and definition of transition.

12. F Half circle right 10 meters Balance and size of half circle,

returning to the track at B. quality of canter.

13. BCE Counter canter. Quality of counter canter.

14. E Working trot. Balance and definition of transition.

15. A Medium walk. Quality of transition and medium walk.

16. FXH Free walk. Quality of free walk and medium walk,

H Medium walk. straightness and transitions.

17. C Working trot. Quality of trot and transition.

B Turn right. Quality of trot and turns.

X Turn right. Straightness on center line.

18. G Halt, salute. Quality of halt and immobility.

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work performed sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

Impulsion

Submission

Rider

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids.

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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preliminary leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 PRelImINARY eVeNtING teSt C

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please

see Appendix 4. 2) Arena: 20m x 60m (standard) 3) time: Approximately 4:00

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter working trot. Straightness on center line,

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X Halt, salute, proceed working trot. quality of trot, halt and transitions.

C Track right. Quality of turn at C.

2. M - V Lengthen stride in trot rising. The lengthening of frame and stride,

V Working trot sitting. regularity of trot, transitions.

3. A Left on center line. Straightness on center line.

L - M Leg yield right. Straightness, balance position and flow.

4. M Working canter left lead. Calmness and smoothness of depart.

5. C Circle left 20 meters in Quality of medium canter, uphill balance.

medium canter. Roundness of circle.

6. C Working canter. Smoothness of transition.

7. HXF Change rein, change of Quality of canter and trot, balance and

lead through the trot at X. smoothness of transitions.

8. A Circle right 20 meters Quality of medium canter uphill balance

in medium canter. Roundness of circle.

9. A Working canter. Smoothness of transition.

10. KXM Change rein, change of Quality of canter and trot balance and

lead through the trot at X. smoothness of transitions.

11. C Working trot. Balance and smoothness of transition.

12. H Medium walk. Balance and smoothness of transition.

S - P Free walk. Quality of free walk straightness.

13. P - F Medium walk. Smoothness and quality of transition.

14. F Working trot. Smoothness of transition.

A Down center line. Quality of turn at A straightness.

L - H Leg yield left. Straightness balance position and flow.

15. C Halt. Transition, quality and immobility of halt.

16. C Rein back 3-5 steps, Willingness and straightness of reinback,

proceed in working trot. smoothness of transition.

17. R Half circle right 10 meters. Quality of trot and roundness of half

I Straight ahead. circle ,straightness on center line.

18. G Halt, salute. Quality of transition and halt.

Leave arena at walk at A. All trot work performed sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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Total possible points: 230


intermediate leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 INteRmedIAte eVeNtING teSt A

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. A double bridle with cavesson noseband, i.e. bit and bridoon with curb

chain (made of metal or leather) is also permitted. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please see Appendix 4.

2) Arena: 20m x 60m (standard) 3) time: Approximately 4:30

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter collected trot. Straightness on center line.

X Halt, salute, proceed collected trot.

C Track left.

Quality of trot halt and transitions.

2. HXF Medium trot (sitting or rising). The lengthening of frame and stride,

F Collected trot. balance and straightness, transitions.

3. K - E Shoulder-in right. Quality of trot, the angle, bend and balance.

4. E Circle right 10 meters. Roundness of circle, the collection.

5. E - H Haunches-in right. Quality of trot, angle and bend collection.

6. MXK Medium trot. The lengthening of frame and stride,

K Collected trot. balance and straightness, transitions.

7. F - B Shoulder-in left. Quality of trot, the angle, bend and balance.

8. B Circle left 10 meters. Roundness of circle, the collection.

9. B - M Haunches-in left. Quality of trot, angle. Bend and collection.

10. C Halt. Quality and immobility of halt.

11. C Rein back 4-5 steps, Willingness of reinback,

proceed medium walk. transitions, quality of medium walk.

12. H - P Extended walk. Lengthening of frame and stride, the

extension.

13. P - F Medium walk. Quality of medium walk, transitions.

14. Before F Shorten stride in walk. The regularity of walk in shortening of stride.

F Collected canter right lead. The calmness and straightness of depart.

15. K to R Change rein medium canter. Lengthening of frame and stride, the

R Collected canter. the transitions and collection.

16. C Circle 20 meters with simple Quality of canter and walk. Calmness,

change over the center line. balance and straightness of transitions.

17. H - P Change rein medium canter. Lengthening of frame and stride,

P Collected canter. the transitions and collection.

18. A Circle 20 meters with simple Quality of canter and walk. Calmness,

change over the center line. balance and straightness of transitions.

19. A Down center line Quality of turn and straightness of transition

X Collected trot. on center line.

20. G Halt, salute. Quality of transition and halt.

Leave arena free walk on a long rein at A. All trot work performed sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

Impulsion

Submission

Rider

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids.

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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Total possible points: 250


intermediate leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 INteRmedIAte eVeNtING teSt B

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. A double bridle with cavesson noseband, i.e. bit and bridoon with curb

chain (made of metal or leather) is also permitted. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please see Appendix 4.

2) Arena: 20m x 60m (standard) 3) time: Approximately 5:00

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter collected trot. Straightness on cente rline, quality of trot.

I Halt, salute, proceed collected trot. Halt and transitions.

C Track right Quality of turn at C.

2. M - B Shoulder-in right. Quality of trot, the angle, bend and balance.

3. B - F Haunches-in right. Quality of trot, the angle, bend and balance.

4. KVXRM Medium trot (rising or sitting). Lengthening of frame and stride, regularity,

M Collected trot. the transitions.

5. H - E Shoulder-in left. Quality of trot, the angle, bend and balance.

6. E - K Haunches-in left. Quality of trot, the angle, bend and balance.

7. FXH Medium trot. Lengthening of frame and stride, regularity,

H Collected trot. the transitions.

8. C Halt. Quality and immobility of halt.

9. C Rein back 4-5 steps, Willingness of reinback transitions.

proceed medium walk.

10. M - V Extended walk. Lengthening of frame and stride extension.

11. V - A Medium walk. Quality and regularity of medium walk.

12. Before A Shorten the stride in walk. Regularity in shortening walk, calmness

A Collected canter left lead. Smoothness straightness of depart.

13. F to M Medium canter. Lengthening of frame and stride,

M Collected canter. straightness, transitions.

14. C - A Serpentine 3 loops quarter line Quality of canter, balance, bend and

to quarter line. geometry of serpentine.

15. PXS Change rein. Simple change Straightness, quality of canter and walk.

of lead between S and H Calmness of transitions.

16. M - F Medium canter. Lengthening of frame and stride,

F Collected canter. straightness, transitions.

17. A - C Serpentine 3 loops quarter Quality of canter, balance, bend and

line to quarter line. geometry of serpentine.

18. M - S Change rein. Simple change Straightness, quality of canter and walk,

of lead between center line and S. calmness of transitions.

19. E Half circle left 10 meters. Quality of canter, bend and balance in turns.

20. G Halt, salute. Quality of transition and halt.

Leave arena free walk on a long rein at A. All trot work performed sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

10

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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Total possible points: 250


intermediate leVel dressage tests


adVanced leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 AdVANCed eVeNtING teSt A

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. A double bridle with cavesson noseband, i.e. bit and bridoon with curb

chain (made of metal or leather) is also permitted. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please see Appendix 4.

2) Arena: 20m x 60m (standard) 3) time: Approximately 5:45

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter collected canter. Straightness on center line, quality of

X Halt, salute. Proceed collected trot.

C Track left.

canter halt and transitions.

2. H - B Medium trot. Lengthening of frame and stride, transitions.

3. B Collected trot and circle right 10 meters. Quality of trot roundness and size of circle

bend balance and collection.

4. B - F Shoulder-in right. Quality of trot correctness, angle and bend.

5. K - B Medium trot. Lengthening of frame and stride transitions.

6. B Collected trot and circle left 10 meters. Quality of trot roundness and size of circle

bend, balance and collection.

7. B - M Shoulder-in left. Quality of trot correctness, angle and bend.

8. HXF Extended trot. The lengthening of frame and stride the extension.

F Collected trot. the definition of transitions.

9. A Halt. Quality of halt, immobility.

10. A Rein back 4 steps, proceed collected trot. Willingness of rein back transitions.

11. K - X Half pass right. Quality of trot correctness, regularity,

X - G Straight ahead

C Track left.

balance and bend collection.

12. H-X Half pass left. Quality of trot correctness, regularity,

X-D Straight ahead. balance and bend collection.

13. Before A Medium walk.

A Track right.

Quality of transition, medium walk.

14. V Half turn on the haunches right. Regularity of walk during half turn,

Proceed medium walk. activity of hind legs, bend and fluidity of turn.

15. A Half turn on the haunches left. Regularity of walk during half turn,

Proceed medium walk. activity of hind legs, bend and fluidity of turn.

16. V - P 20 meter half circle in extended walk.

P - F Extended walk.

The lengthening of frame and stride, the

extension - regularity of walk.

17. F - A Medium walk. The transition regularity of medium walk.

18. A Collected canter right lead. Calmness and straightness of depart.

19. K - X Half pass right. Quality of canter correctness and regularity

X - G Straight ahead.

C Track right.

balance and bend collection.

20. M - V Change rein. Flying change Quality of canter straightness, balance

between center line and V. and fluency of flying change.

21. F - X Half pass left. Quality of canter correctness and regularity

X - C Straight ahead.

C Track left.

balance and bend collection.

22. H - P Change rein. Flying change Quality of canter straightness, balance

between center line and P. and fluency of flying change.

23. K - H Extended canter. The lengthening of frame and stride, the extension

H Collected canter. extension and transitions.

24. R Half circle right 10 meters. Quality of half circle.

25. G Halt, salute. Straightness quality of transition and halt.

Leave arena free walk on a long rein at A. All trot work performed sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

Impulsion

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

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10

Submission Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

10

Rider Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids. 10

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

Total possible points: 320

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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adVanced leVel dressage tests

u.S. eQueStRIAN FedeRAtION 2010 AdVANCed eVeNtING teSt B

Conditions: 1) Bridle: A plain snaffle bridle, made entirely of leather or leather like material, with either a regular cavesson,

a dropped noseband, a flash noseband or crossed noseband. A double bridle with cavesson noseband, i.e. bit and bridoon with curb

chain (made of metal or leather) is also permitted. For drawings of permitted bits and nosebands please see Appendix 4.

2) Arena: 20m x 60m (standard) 3) time: Approximately 5:00

TEST DIRECTIVES POINTS

1. A Enter collected canter. Straightness on center line. Quality of canter

I Halt, salute. Proceed collected trot. Halt trot and transitions.

C Track right. Quality of turn at C.

2. MRXVK Medium trot. Lengthening of frame and stride

K Collected trot. regularity, straightness, transitions.

3. A Down center line. Quality of turn at A.

D - X Shoulder-in left. Correctness and regularity bend balance.

4. X - H Half pass left. Correctness and regularity bend balance.

5. M-F Extended trot. Lengthening of frame and stride,

F Collected trot. extension and regularity, transitions.

6. A Down center line. Quality of turn at A.

D - X Shoulder-in right. Correctness and regularity bend balance.

7. X - M Half pass right. Correctness and regularity bend balance.

8. C Medium walk. Transition and quality of medium walk.

9. H - B Extended walk. Lengthening of frame and stride.

10. B - P Medium walk. Transition, quality of medium walk.

11. Before P Shorten the stride in walk. Quality of walk in shortening

P Collected canter right lead. Straightness calmness and smoothness.

12. P - V Half circle right 20 meters Quality of canter collection,

collected canter. roundness of half circle.

13. V - I Half pass right. Correctness and regularity, bend, balance.

I - G Straight ahead. Straightness on center line. Quality of canter.

C Track right. Quality of turn.

14. C - X Serpentine of two loops Regularity of canter and counter canter,

width of the arena. geometry of loops.

15. X Flying change. Correctness straightness and fluency

B Turn left. of change, quality of turn.

16. R - S Half circle left 20 meters. Quality of canter collection.

17. S - L Half pass left. Correctness and regularity, bend, balance.

L - D Straight ahead. Straightness on center line. Quality of canter.

A Track left. Quality of turn.

18. A - X Serpentine of two loops Regularity of canter and counter canter,

width of the arena. geometry of loops.

19. X Flying change. Correctness, straightness and fluency

B Track right. of change, quality of turn.

20. K - B Collected canter with flying Correctness, straightness and fluency

change at L. of change at L.

21. B - H Collected canter with flying Correctness, straightness and fluency

change at I. of change at I .

22. M - F Extended canter. Lengthening of frame and stride,

F Collected canter. the extension and transitions.

23. A Down center line. Quality of turn, straightness,

X Halt, salute. transition, and quality of halt.

Leave arena free walk on a long rein at A. All trot work performed sitting unless stated otherwise.

COLLECTIVE MARKS:

Gaits Freedom and regularity.

Impulsion

Submission

Rider

Desire to move forward. Elasticity of the steps. Suppleness

of the back and engagement of the hind quarters

Acceptance of the bridle. Attention and confidence.

Harmony. Lightness of the forehand. Ease of movements.

Position and seat. Correctness and effect of the aids.

Effective Date: December 1, 2009. Reprinted with permission of the U.S. Equestrian Federation.

©2009 United States Equestrian Federation®. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without permission prohibited by law.

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ClassiC series dressage tests

U.S. EqUEStrian FEdEration 2010 traininG tHrEE-daY tESt


ClassiC series dressage tests

U.S. EqUEStrian FEdEration 2010 PrELiMinarY tHrEE-daY tESt

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alphabetiC al listiNg of eveNts

Abbe Ranch H.T.

Aspen Ridge H.T.

Briar Fox Farm Summer H.T.

Bucks County Horse Park H.T.

Caber Farm H.T.

Carriage House Combined Test

Champagne Run at the Park H.T.

Chattahoochee Hills Summer Series I H.T.

Chattahoochee Hills Summer Series II H.T.

Cobblestone Farms H.T.

Coconino Spring H.T.

Coconino County Summer H.T.

Coconino County Summer Classic 3-Day Event & H.T.

The Colorado Horse Park CCI2*/1* & H.T.

The Colorado Horse Park One-day H.T.

Copper Meadows H.T.

Corona Del Sol H.T.

Derbyshire H.T.

Difficult Run H.T.

ENYDCTA/Old Chatham H.T.

Encore Farms H.T.

Erie Hunt & Saddle Club H.T.

The Event at Goose Downs

The Event at Rebecca Farm

Fair Hill International H.T.

Fitch’s Corner H.T.

Fox River Valley H.T.

Full Gallop Farm H.T.

GMHA August H.T.

GMHA June H.T.

GMHA Classic T3D & N3D Eventing Test

Gemwood H.T.

Genesee Valley Hunt H.T.

Genesee Valley Riding & Driving Club August H.T.

Genesee Valley Riding & Driving Club June H.T.

Golden Spike H.T.

Great Vista August H.T.

Great Vista June H.T.

Groton House Farm H.T.

Heritage Park Classic 3-Day Event & H.T.

Horse Park of New Jersey H.T.

Horse Park of New Jersey H.T.

Hunter Oaks H.T.

Hunters Run H. T

Huntington Farm July H.T.

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270

184

124

220

166

244

152

154

242

278

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283

260

274

198

196

232

142

76

236

252

286

214

138

90

174

166

102

60

100

246

74

110

62

262

106

68

70

190

136

128

182

250

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Huntington Farm August H.T.

Inavale Classic 3-Day Event & H.T.

Indiana Eventing Assoc. Classic 3-Day Event & H.T.

Larkin Hill H.T.

Lost Hounds H.T.

Loudoun Hunt Pony Club H.T.

Maryland H.T. at Loch Moy Farm I

Maryland H.T. at Loch Moy Farm II

Midsouth Pony Club H.T.

Millbrook H.T.

Olney H.T.

Otter Creek H.T.

Penny Oaks H.T.

Plantation Field H.T.

Poplar Place H.T.

Powder Basin H.T.

Queeny Park H.T.

Richland Park H.T.

Riga Meadow H.T.

River Glen H.T.

Rocky Mountain H.T.

Roebke’s Run H.T.

Round Top H.T.

Rubicon Farm H.T.

Seneca Valley Pony Club H.T.

Shepherd Ranch Pony Club I H.T.

Shepherd Ranch Pony Club II H.T.

Silverwood Farm Spring H.T.

Silverwood Farm Summer H.T.

Snowfields H.T.

South Farms H.T.

Spring Run H.T.

Stoneleigh-Burnham School Summer H.T.

Stuart CIC2* & H.T.

Stanton Farms H.T.

The Summer Event at Woodside

Surefire Farm H.T.

Texas Rose Horse Park H.T.

University of New Hampshire H.T.

Valinor Farm August H.T.

Valinor Farm June H.T.

Waredaca Farm June H.T.

Waredaca Farm August H.T.

Wayne DuPage H.T.

Whidbey Island Pony Club H.T.

Young Riders Benefit H.T.

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210

226

66

234

146

130

132

238

96

134

188

248

118

150

268

168

254

88

156

272

180

264

114

120

200

204

172

186

98

240

230

94

82

222

202

126

194

80

64

108

114

140

178

210

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Notes


area Chairman

Katherine Cooper

72 Plumer Rd.

Epping, NH 03042

(603) 734-2186

chairman@area1usea.org

adult rider Coordinator

Mary Ann Fernandez

P.O. Box 243

Granville, MA 01034

(413) 576-6403

maryannfernan@comcast.net

Adult-riders@area1usea.org

Board of Governors

area representatives

Tremaine Cooper

19839 Ridgeside Rd.

Bluemont, VA 20135

(540) 554-2303

ccdcooper@aol.com

Carol Kozlowski

PO Box 302

Geneseo, NY 14454

(585) 226-6287

Mothersfield@aol.com

area treasurer

Michelle Brochu

36 Birchdale Rd.

Bow, NH 03304

(603) 224-9393

michf24@aol.com

Young rider Coordinators

Marion Quigley

marjon36@aol.com

Melanie Loschiavo

191 Chase Hollow Rd.

Bradford, VT 05033

(802) 439-5120

loschiav@tops-tele.com

area organizer representative

Mary Hutchins

Pony Brook Farm

P.O. Box 127

Norwich, VT 05055

(802) 649-1748

ponybrook732@aol.com

area i

area i Website

www.area1usea.org

aFFiLiatE EvEntinG aSSoCiationS:

Central new York dressage and Ct

Nancy Novak

3590 Pompey Hollow Rd.

Gazenovia, NY 13035

atorelli@bsk.com

cazenovak@windstream.net

www.cnydcta.com

Eastern new York dressage Cta

PO Box 300

c/o Margie Hutchison

North Chatham, NY 12132

(518) 441-2176

Mhutch5100@aol.com

www.enydcta.org

Connecticut dCta

61 Jolin Lane

c/o Mickey Lorenzen

Colchester, CT 06415

(413) 219-7252

lorenzenmjlrbt@comcast.net

Cdcta@comcast.net

www.cdctaonline.com

Maine CTA

Peggy Paine

19 Woods Rd.

Falmouth, ME 04105

(207) 415-6562

cdona59557@aol.com

www.maine-eventing.org

Mid-Hudson dressage and CTA

Rebecca Coffin-Vickery

40 Mulberry St.

Rhinebeck, NY 12572

(845) 373-9223

smf.spothorse@msn.com

www.mhdcta.com

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JUnE 4-5

GMHa JUnE HorSEtriaLS

South Woodstock, vermont (area 1)

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area i eveNts

EntrY PEriod open date: 4/19/2011 Close date: 5/17/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF/USEa recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: N,T,BN

SEnd EntriES to: GMHA June Horse Trials Secretary PO Box 8 South Woodstock, VT 05071 (802)

457-1509, Fax (802) 457-4471 molly@gmhainc.org http://www.gmhainc.org

orGaniZEr: Green Mountain Horse Association, Molly Hutchins, address same as secretary.

oFFiCiaLS: td: Helmut Boehme, VA Judges: Pres: Robert Stevenson, NC; Nancy Guyotte, NH; Rick

Pearson, MA; Mary Savidge, VT; SJ Judge: Mary Hutchins, VT Cd: X-C/SJ: Janine Preece-McClain, VT

EvEnt FEES: Event Fees Directory: Make check payable to GMHA. Entry: all levels:

$190.00 Stabling: $95.00 Friday noon - Sunday SEPARATE check/payment per horse/rider combination

1) EntriES: Mail paper entry postmarked on opening date, use USEA 2011 Entry and stabling form,

draw checks to GMHA, one check per horse/rider combination, only 3 horses may be competed per

rider, negative coggins dated after 6/8/2010. • Entries without payment will not be accepted. • Entries

may not be postmarked prior to the opening date.• Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant

and based on the discretion of show management; state preferences under the Eligible Section. • Entry

confirmation status will be posted on www.gmhainc.org and www.area1usea.org • Double entries: Not

accepted. • Membership: Beginner Novice entries must be a USEA member, or pay the USEA nonmember

fee. USEA membership required at Novice Level and above. Preliminary Competitors (rider,

owner, trainer, coach) must submit copies of USEF membership card OR pay USEF non-member fees.

Fees: • You will be billed $30 for a missing pinny. • All changes must be made in writing, – prefer email,

but mail or fax acceptable • There will be a $30 change fee for ANY change to an entry after the closing

date; ex. change of horse, rider or division (if space allows). • There is a $30 fee for any bounced

checks. • refunds: Scratches received in writing on or before the closing date will be refunded minus

a $30 office fee. No refunds of entry fees after the closing date. In the event the competition has to

cancel, there will be no refunds.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Fri: Noon barns open for arrival. 3pm Cross-country course open. Sat:

P,T,N,BN: Dressage 7:30am, Show Jumping 10:00am. Sun: P,T,N,BN : Cross-country 7:30am. Check

Program for Show Jumping Course Walk times.

3) aWardS: Trophy & 6 ribbons per division. Special Award presented to the GMHA Member with the

best overall score at any level. Become a GMHA member today!


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4) StartinG tiMES: Tentative times will be posted on www.gmhainc.org and www.area1usea.org.

Official times will be posted in the event office.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: 155 permanent box stalls and 42 portable stalls, all with solid doors.

• $95 block stabling (Fri noon-Sun PM). • No bedding or hay provided. Hay and bagged shavings

available for purchase, $10 per bale/bag. • No tack stalls available. • No refunds on stabling after

the closing date, unless show management is able to fill your stall. • Stalls are to be stripped upon

departure. No stall cleaning deposit is required; however, the competitor will be billed $50 for a stall

left dirty. • No non-competing horses on grounds. vEtErinarian/FarriEr: Veterinarian: TBA; will

be on call Friday; on grounds Sat. & Sun. Farrier: TBA; will be on-call Friday, on-grounds Sat. & Sun.

Phone numbers will be posted in the office and the event program.

6) aCCoMModationS: Visit www.gmhainc.org/links for accommodations list. Town of

Woodstock Zoning Prohibits Camping of Any Kind (tents, trailer, camper, etc) on GMHA grounds. Book

lodging early: Covered Bridges Half Marathon (2000 runners) in town too!

7) dirECtionS: GMHA is on Rte 106 - 6 miles south of Woodstock. From West nY thruway: To

I-87 Northway to exit 20. Take Rte 149 to Fort Ann, then Rt. 4 East to Rutland then Woodstock. Take right

on Rt. 106 (before Woodstock Inn) south 6 miles to GMHA. From South: I-91 to Ascutney, exit 8 Rt.

131 west 7 miles to Rte 106 north, 12 miles to GMHA. From East: I-89 North to exit 1 in Vt. Take Rt. 4

West into Woodstock, go around the green, then right Rt.106 south to GMHA. SPEEd limit 25 mph

strictly enforced in town!

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. t-2010 USEF Training Test

B-Sm. n-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. Bn-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Grass

and sand.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: P-2200 m @ 520 mpm. t-2000 m @ 420 mpm. n-1600 m @ 350 mpm.

Bn-1400 m @ 350 mpm. Terrain: Very hilly; much water, 3/4 in fields, remainder in woods. P/T/N/BN

good early season courses.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country course closed May 20. No wheeled or motorized vehicles

on Cross-Country Course• Concession on-grounds during show hours. • Strict Dog Policy – Pet must

be leashed at all times. $50.00 fee for each off-leash occurrence. no dogs allowed on cross-country

course on cross-country day. • Horses must wear bridle number when out of stall. • Cell Phone

coverage is unreliable in Vermont (and non-existent at GMHA) We recommend bringing a calling card

with you.

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JUnE 5

GEnESEE vaLLEY ridinG & drivinG CLUB SPrinG HorSE triaLS

Geneseo, new York (area 1)

EntrY PEriod open date: 4/19/2011 Close date: 5/17/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: TN,N,BN USEa recognized tests: Intro

SEnd EntriES to: Tina Russell, Secretary 37 Westview Crescent Geneseo, NY 14454 Phone (585)

243-3739 (no calls after 9 PM) Email: tinarusl@gmail.com; Web: www.gvrdc.org

orGaniZEr: Wezo Pierson, 1661 Murray Road, Victor, NY, 14564, phone: (585) 509-5691, email:

piersonlouisa@yahoo.com

oFFiCiaLS: td: Margie Hutchison, NY Judges: Pres: Doug Payne, NJ; Valerie Knight, NY; Cynthia

Mancini, NY; SJ Judge: Annabella Francia-Kiss Cd:X-C/SJ: Jeff Kibbie, PA

EvEnt FEES: Event Fees directory: Draw checks to GVRDC. Entry: tn/n/Bn/intro:

$110.00 Stabling: $50.00 Clean Stall deposit: $40.00 (separate check)

1) EntriES: Entries will be limited to first 125 competitors. All entries include a $25 nonrefundable

office fee. Entry confirmation will be posted on www.gvrdc.org. Double entries: not

accepted. Intro competitors use entry form on gvrdc.org; all others use USEA entry form found at

useventing.com. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. refunds:

Before CD: less $25 non-refundable office fee; After CD: no refund unless entry can be filled from

waitlist; Stabling Refund: only if stall can be filled from wait list. Competition cancellation-No refund.

Neg. Coggins required for all horses within 12 months; must accompany entry.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Sat: Stabling open at Noon; Cross-country course open at 3 pm. Sun:

Dressage begins at 8 am. Show Jumping at 11 am. X-C 11:30 AM. All divisions will complete Show

Jumping prior to cross-country. Please ride in X-C gear for Show Jumping.

3) aWardS: Prizes & 8 ribbons per division.

4) StartinG tiMES: Available June 1st on www.gvrdc.org or www.areaiUSEa.org.


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5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited. $50/stall/night. Enclose separate $40 refundable check

payable to GVRDC for clean stall deposit (check will be destroyed when stall is stripped). 48 permanent

stalls with stall doors on grounds. Shavings only. Bedding available for purchase. Further info from

secretary. veterinarian: Genesee Valley Equine Clinic (585-889-1170). Number posted on event

scoreboard & stabling.

6) aCCoMModationS: Quality Inn-5 mi., (585-243-0500); Oak Valley Inn-5 mi., (585-243-5570).

Camping: Parking for RVs, but no hook-ups.

7) dirECtionS: address: Roots Tavern Road, Geneseo, NY 14454. From East & West: Thruway

Exit 46 to 390 South to Exit 9.-Lakeville. Left off exit (Rt.15 S) for 9/10 mi. to first right on Triphammer

Rd. to end. Left on Rt. 39 to second right on Roots Tavern Rd. Show grounds on immediate

left. Stabling 1/2 mile on left. From South: Rt. 390 to Exit 7.-Geneseo. Right off Exit. Follow signs to

Geneseo. Left on Main St. (Rt. 39). Second left after High School to Roots Tavern Rd. Grounds 1/2 mile

on left. Roots Tavern Rd. is approx. 4 miles from Geneseo.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: t-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. n-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm.

Bn-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. intro-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A. Arenas: Grass.

Warm-up: Grass.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: tn-2000 m @ 420 mpm. n-2000 m @ 350 mpm. Bn-1800 m @ 325 mpm.

intro-1200 m @ 300 mpm. Terrain: Water, ditches & banks. All courses: inviting and appropriate for

first time out. Intro will include logs and miniature versions of traditional cross-country fences not to

exceed 2'2", with no water or ditches. Intro divison will not be timed.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country course closed until after event. Levels may be divided/

combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and list birth date on

entry. Food on grounds. Dogs leashed. Owners of loose dogs will be fined $25.

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Plymouth, Massachusetts (area 1)

EntrY PEriod open date: 4/26/2011 Close date: 5/24/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: PT,N,T,BN

SEnd EntriES to: Robyn Risso, Event Secretary Valinor Farm 1067 Old Sandwich Rd. Plymouth,

MA 02360 phone (508) 224-3332, fax (508) 224-5683 email: robyn@valinorfarm.com http://www.

valinorfarm.com/

orGaniZEr: Robyn Risso (same as above) Comp Management: Valinor Farm LLC.

oFFiCiaLS: td: Muffin Pantaze, VA Judges: Pres: Jack Leary, NY; dressage Judges: Keith Angst,

MA Cd: X-C: Erin Risso SJ: Erin Risso / Valinor Farm

EvEnt FEES: Event Fees directory: Draw checks to Valinor Farm. Entry: all Levels: $ 165.00 if

postmarked on opening date or $175 if postmarked AFTER opening date. USEA/USEF fees are not

included as part of the entry fee. Stabling: $ 80.00 per night on grounds. Beginner Novice divisions

offered on Saturday and Sunday. Riders PLEASE state day of choice on entry.

1) EntriES: Entry fees include $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. BN

competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. $25 charge for lost pinny,

no deposit required. Negative Coggins required within 12 months for all horses. refunds: Before

C.D -Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.Entry-Less $25 office fee ONLY if place can be

filled from a wait list. $25 fee for all changes after closing date or non-negotiable check: Withdrawls

and changes must be in writing, fax or email. No refunds on stabling after closing date. Competition

cancellation-No refund.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Fri: Cross-country course open.-3 pm. Sat: (PT, T and BN)

Dressage-7:30 am; Show Jumping-11 am; Cross-Country immediately following. Wear XC attire to

SJ. Sun: (N and BN) Dressage- 7:30 am; Show Jumping-11 am; Cross-Country immediately following.

Wear XC attire to SJ.

3) aWardS: Prizes & 8 ribbons per division. Special award sponsored by USPC Southeastern New

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4) StartinG tiMES: Available at www.area1usea.org and www.valinorfarm.com

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited. $80/stall/night on grounds. Possibly more available off-

grounds. Stabling form must accompany entry, please specify Friday or Saturday night. Competitors

stabling Friday night may arrive between 3 and 9pm on Friday; stalls must be cleaned and vacated by

5pm Saturday. Sunday competitors with stabling may arrive between 5 and 9pm on Saturday. Stalls will

not be available before 5pm on Saturday. Stall doors provided, bedding available for purchase, please

order with entry. veterinarian: Halifax Veterinary Services, (781) 294-8155. # will be posted on board

inside barn.

6) aCCoMModationS: Hilton Garden Inn-8 mi., (508) 830-0200 The Blue Spruce 5 miles (508)

224-3990 Comfort Inn-10 mi., (508) 746-2800. John Carver Inn-10 mi., (508) 746-7100. Many others.

Camping: Not available on grounds. Several campgrounds nearby. IndianHead Resort- 2 miles 508 888-

3688, Myles Standish State Forest 5 miles.

7) dirECtionS: address: 1067 Old Sandwich Rd., Plymouth, MA 02360 From the north: Take

Mass Route 3 south to exit 3. Turn left off the exit. Take second right onto Old Sandwich Rd. Farm is

2 miles down on the right. From the South: Take Mass Route 3 north to exit 2. At end of ramp turn

left. Then turn left onto route 3A north. Follow Route 3A north for approx. 2 miles. Turn left onto Old

Sandwich Rd. Farm is approx 2 miles down on your left.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: Pt-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. t-2010 USEF Training Test

A-Sm. n-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. Bn-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: grass or

sand.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: t- 2200 m @ 420 mpm. n- 2000 m @ 350 mpm. Bn- 1500 m @ 300 mpm/

max fence height 2' 7". All courses: Hilly, moderate for horses with some experience at these levels.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country course closed by June 1. Water and food available on

grounds. Entry limit 100 per day. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences

under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Dogs must be leashed. No motorized vehicles

allowed on X-Cty. No non-competing horses on grounds. Please contact organizer if you need to

arrive for stabling after 9pm. Parking is limited, please write the size of your trailer on your entry form.

Volunteers greatly appreciated! Official Photographer: Flatlands Foto www.flatlandsfoto.com

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north Chatham, new York (area 1)

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EntrY PEriod open date: 4/26/2011 Close date: 5/24/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: N,NH,NR,BN,BNH,BNR

USEa recognized tests: CT-T,CT-P,Intro

SEnd EntriES to: Send Entries to: Margaret Hutchison PO Box 300 North Chatham, NY

12132 Event Info at: www.larkinhill.com

Enter On-line at www.evententries.com CC accepted for on-line entries only

orGaniZEr: Margie Hutchison (518) 441-2176 mhutch5100@aol.com PO Box 300, North Chatham

NY 12132

oFFiCiaLS: td: Fran Cross, MA Judges: Pres: Doug Payne, NJ dressage Judges: Rick Pearson,

MA SJ Judge: Sharyn Cataldo, MA Cd:XC: Tremaine Cooper, VA; XC Builder: Chris Milanesi

SJ: Margie Hutchison

EvEnt FEES: Draw checks to Larkin Hill. Bn & n Ht: $150.00; intro Eventing test:

$125.00; Combined tests: $50.00

1) EntriES: Intro Test is full HT w/XC, max. ht. 2'. Entry includes $25 non-refundable Office Fee.

Divisions may be divided; state age and experience on Entry Form. refunds: Before CD: Entry

and Stabling In Full less $25 Office Fee; After CD: Less $25 Office Fee only if place/stall can be

filled. Compettion cancellation: No refund unless circumstances allow partial refund at discretion of

Organizer. BN HT, Intro and Combined Test entries do not need to be USEA members: BN HT and

CT will need to pay $25 non-member fee. Intro entrants are exempt from USEA Membership/nonmembership

fees. CT and Intro entrants are exempt from USEA Starter and Drug Fees. Neg. Coggins

within 12 months required for all entries. Any non-competeing horses must get permission from

Organizer, pay $20 fee and get a number from the Sec. No pinney deposit required.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Sat: Cross Country Course Opens 3:00 pm Sun: Dressage-8:00 am; Show

Jumping-9:30 am; Cross-country-10:00 am

3) aWardS: Prizes and ribbons to 6th place in all divisions. Special award for Low Score in HT

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4) StartinG tiMES: Times available at: www.larkinhill.com and www.area1usea.org no later than

Wed. June 8.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: If demand is sufficient,(12 min. req.) portable stbling on grounds:

$125. If not, stabling will be at various local barns, $50 per night; Please state preference on Entry Form.

Sec. will be in touch with those requiring Stabling. $25 Clean Stall deposit required - Separate

Check veterinarian: Equine Clinic at Oakencroft (518) 767-2906.

6) aCCoMModationS: Comfort Inn: 10 mi. Schodack (518) 479-3217; Chatham Travel Lodge - 10 mi

(518) 392-4066; Knights Inn: 8 mi. Schodack (518). No Camping available on grounds.

7) dirECtionS: NOTE: Competition Entrance address is different than Farm entrance address.

Competition Entrance address: 114 Woodward rd. nassau. nY 12123 From South: Either: I-87

N to Exit 21A (Mass. Pike) Get off Exit B-1/ take first Exit after Toll Booth = Exit 12, Rt. 9. Turn left onto Rt.

9 south. Go approx. 1 mile to left onto County Rt. 32. Approx 2 mi. to left onto Woodward Rd. Comp.

Entrance on right. or: Rt. 22 N to Austerlitz; Turn left onto St. Rt. 203. Follow 8 mi to Chatham. At light,

turn right onto Rt. 66 N. follow to Chatham Center, across red metal bridge. In approx 1/2 mi. Rt. 66

goes right, stay straight onto Rt. 17. Follow to Stop. Turn right onto Rt. 203. go thru hamlet of N. Chatham

approx. 1 mi to left turn onto Rt. 32 W. Approx 1/2 mi to right onto Woodward Rd. Comp. entrance on

right. From north: Either: I-87S to I-90 E. Take Exit 12. Turn right onto Rt. 9 south. Approx. 1 mi to

left onto Rt. 32E. Approx 2 mi to Woodward Rd. on left. Comp. Entrance on right. or: Rt. 22 south to Rt.

20 West to Nassau. At light turn left onto Rt. 203. Follow 4 mi to right onto Rt. 32 W. Approx. 1/2 mi to

Woodward Rd. on right. Comp. entrance on right. From East: Mass Pike West to Exit B-1. Take Exit 12

after toll booth. turn left onto Rt. 9 so. Approx. 1 mi. to left onto Rt. 32 E. Appox. 2 mi to Woodward Rd.

on left. Comp. entrance on right.

8) drESSaGE: test and arena sizes: n-2010 USEF Dressage Test B-Sm. Bn: USEA BN Test

B-Sm. intro Eventing test: 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Ct: t-2010 USEF Training Test

A-Sm. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. Dressage arenas and warm-up on sand.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: n: 1600m @ 375. Bn: 1400m @ 350. intro Eventing test: 1300m @ 325.

All courses open and inviting on mostly flat terrain; Meant to be a good "season opener" for all levels.

Water at all levels (optional for Intro). Intro and BN virtual course walk from 2010 Schooling HT at www.

larkinhill.com

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross Country course Closed. Parking will be tight. cars and trailers

cannot be parked together. Please follow Parking Attendants directions. Dogs must be kept on leash and

under control. Food Concession on grounds. Schooling/clinic info at www.larkinhill.com

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JUnE 19

GrEat viSta HorSE triaLS

Fort Plain, new York (area 1)

please be aware of important rule changes for eventing: ev114.1 dress -protective

headgear; ev114.5 dress--dressage test; and, ev113.2 (NeW)

EntrY PEriod open date: 5/3/2011 Close date: 5/31/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: N,T,BN USEa recognized tests: Intro

SEnd EntriES to: Erin Keehan PO Box 374 Guilderland, NY 12084-0374 (518) 428-4386

E-mail: irishelk@yahoo.com Web: http://www.greatvistafarm.com/schedule.htm

EventEntries.com - check, MC/Visa accepted at Event Entries. By mail, check only.

orGaniZEr: Sarah Dalton-Morris, 556 Paris Rd, Fort Plain, NY 13339.

oFFiCiaLS: td: Jim Gornall (R, MA) Judges: Pres: Cynthia Mancini (r, NY); Mark Weissbecker (R,

MA); SJ Judge: Ann Jamieson (r, CT) Cd: X-C: Ronan Moloney & Sarah Dalton-Morris SJ: Sarah

Dalton-Morris Please note on entry if you are a current student of any of the officials.

EvEnt FEES: Event Fees Directory. Draw checks to Great Vista Farm. Entry: $125 Per Division (BN

riders not USEA members please additional $25 non-member fee - Not applicable to for Intro Eventing

Test entires) USEA starter and drug fee to be added to entry fee, see entry form for amounts (not

applicable for Intro Eventing Test entries) Pinney Deposit, $10.00; separate check with entry. Deposit

check returned when pinney is returned. Double Entries: $10.00. Stabling: Limited on-site - $75.00 for

the duration (3 nights maximum), initial bedding included; Off-site - 0-3 miles, $30/night, no bedding

Stall Cleaning Deposit: $25.00 (separate check). Competitors Party: $10.00 (additional tickets;

competitors free) Returned check fee $30.

1) EntriES: Now offering Intro Eventing Test for riders and horses new to eventing

Refunds: Before C.D..-Entry and Stabling fee refunded in full; After C.D. Less $25 only if place can be

filled from a wait list. Competition cancellation-No refund. Any changes made to entry after C.D. will be

assessed a $25 processing fee per change. Cancellations by phone not accepted - please send email

to ensure withdraw date confirmation. Neg. Coggins within 12 months required for all horses; must

accompany entry (dated no later than 6/21/10).

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Sat: Cross-country course opens-3 pm. Sun: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-10 am; Cross-country-Noon.

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4) StartinG tiMES: Available from sec´y as of Thursday, June 16 on the Area 1 website, www.

area1usea.org or by phone after 6pm. Postcards will not be sent. However emails are sent - Please

make sure your email address is legible on your entry.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited on site stabling: $75 for the duration (3 night

maximum), 32 permanent/temporary stalls (first come, first served), intial bedding provided.

off-site: 0-3 miles from event, $30/night, no bedding. $25 stall cleaning deposit required for all

stabling - separate check made payable to Great Vista. Check destroyed if stall cleaned/cashed if not.

Feed/Bedding/Hay available for purchase; further info from sec´y or organizer.

Veterinarian: # will be posted at sec´y´s stand & stabling.

6) aCCoMModationS: Heritage Meadows Farm B&B in Ephratah, NY, (518) 568-2997, www.

heritagemeadowsfarm.com. Hazelnut Inn B&B, (518) 993-3346; Inn at Palatine Bridge-8 mi., (518)

673-2845; A White Rose-5 mi., (518) 993-3339; Gansevoors House B&B-12 mi., (315) 823-3969;

Sweets B&B, (518) 568-7721; Rodeway Inn at Palatine Bridge.-8 mi., (518) 673-3233; Best Western at

Little Falls.-12 mi., (315) 823-4954. Camping: Crystal Grove Campsite, (518) 568-2914-8 mi.

For other local B&Bs, please visit: cnybb.com

7) dirECtionS: address: 556 Paris Rd, Fort Plain, NY 13339. Route 90 (NY Thruway) to Exit 29

Canajoharie; at end of exit turn right on 5S. Stay on 5S in Fort Plain, follow truck route (take right

at light, straight thru second light, at end turn right). Go up Sand Hill, near top of hill, turn left on

Paris Rd. 1 mile to Farm on left. Look for large brown barn for secretary and information. Watch for

signage from thruway.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: t-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. n-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm.

Bn-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. intro Eventing test - 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test

A-Sm. arenas: All weather surface.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: t-2000 m @ 450 mpm. n.-1900 m @ 400 mpm. Bn.-1800 m @ 350

mpm. intro Eventing test - 300 mpm and 2'3". Terrain: Open field, rolling hills. All courses:

Average, for horses with some experience at these levels.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country course closed May 16.

Riders limited to 2 horses/level, or 4 horses/entire event.

Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and

birth date on entry.

Food available on grounds.

Dogs must be leashed: loose dogs will be impounded; $50 loose dog fine.

Competitors Party: Great food, Saturday, beginning around 6pm at Brown Barn. Competitors free, all

others $10/person; please include with entry.

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Groton HoUSE FarM HorSE triaLS

Hamilton, Massachusetts (area 1)

HorSE triaL LEvELS: IP*, OP, JYOP, PT*, SOT, JOT, TN*, SON, JON

Dressage Schooling Tests

EntrY PEriod open date: 5/10/2011 Close date: 6/7/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF/USEa recognized: IP,P USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: PT,TN,N,T

SEnd EntriES to: Liz Wheaton, Secretary 180 Bridge Street, PO Box 1 Hamilton, MA 01936 Contact

secretary by phone; do not e-mail Groton House about any entry issues: (978) 468-1232;

fax (978) 468-1588 During event: (508) 801-3944 Please complete 2010 entry form on LinE

at www.evententries.com. Credit cards are accepted. You may also submit digital signatures and

digital Coggins (within 12 months) through Event Entries. Otherwise, enter electronically and, within 5

days, mail legible Coggins, original signature page (not photocopied), and required checks (if not

paying by credit card). If any materials which may be needed to complete electronic entries are not

postmarked within 5 days, entry "postmark date" will be changed to reflect date they were postmarked,

not the date of the electronic entry. Support materials mailed for opening day entries must be

postmarked on or before May 17. LatE/inCoMPLEtE EntriES WiLL not BE inCLUdEd in

tHE oPEninG daY EntriES draW.

orGaniZEr: New England Foundation for Equine Sports & Education

oFFiCiaLS: td: Sue Smithson, NC Judges: Pres: Janet Briggs, NH; Jane Ashley, VT; Helen Brettell, VA;

Rick Pearson, MA; Eric Smiley, IRE X-C: Ann Getchell, MA/Janine Preece McClain, VT SJ: Susie Banta, MA

EvEnt FEES: Entry: all divisions: $250.00 Pinny deposit: $ 25.00 Stabling: $200.00 for the

duration Clean stall deposit: $50.00 CrEdit Card: If entry or entry/stabling paid by credit card

through Event Entries, missing pinney ($25) and "muck/ clean stall" fees will be deducted after the

event only if necessary. CHECK: If not paying by credit card through Event Entries, draw checks to

NEFESE/GHF. Send two or three separate checks for each horse: Check #1-Total of entry, USEA/USEF

fees and stabling fee if appropriate. (PT entries pay USEA fees, no USEF fees) Check #2: pinny deposit.

Check #3: clean stall deposit if stabling. Canadian entries by check payable in U.S. dollars through an

affiliated U.s. bank.


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1) EntriES: *If sufficient demand. Otherwise, only OP, OT or ON will be offered. Final decision on

divisions will be posted at grotonhousefarm.com on Friday, June 3; withdrawals must be made

before closing date. Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. Incomplete entries: $25 fee;

will be placed at the bottom of the list of entries. Double entries: not accepted. Entries limited. Special

scheduling requests must be submitted with entry. IP/P/JYOP entries must include USEF membership

numbers for rider and trainer and owner. refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee;

After C.D.-No refund. Competition cancellation-No refund. Changes/scratches: Timely phone calls

encouraged but must be followed by fax or mail. Changes after CD incur $25 fee-either check or if you

paid by credit card, we will apply the $25 fee to your card. Changes of level received after Monday, 6/13,

not accepted. Substitution of horse or rider only as per USEF Eventing Rule EV106.9. Accepted entries

posted at grotonhousefarm.com after CD. No wait list maintained thereafter. Entries of those owing

NEFESE/GHF for unreturned pinny or other outstanding charges will be drawn last.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: thurs: Cross.-country course open-3 pm. Fri: Dressage-8 am.

Sat: Cross.-country-7:30 am. Sun: Show Jumping-9 am.

3) aWardS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division.

4) StartinG tiMES: Postings for entry status and start times at www.grotonhousefarm.com and

www.area1usea.org.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited. Overflow stabling off-grounds, $200 for duration. If paying by

check, add $200 to entry check (for each horse separately), with clean stall deposit ($50) as separate

check/s. USEA stabling form must accompany entry. Temp. stalls on grounds. Feed, hay, bedding

available for purchase. Stall doors provided. NO ELECTRICAL HOOKUPS for vehicles or appliances. No

extension cords or cables permitted in stabling tents. veterinarian: SRH Veterinary Services, (978) 356.-

1119. # will be posted in stabling area.

6) aCCoMModationS: Country Garden .-7 mi., (978) 948.-7773. Lakeview Motor Lodge.-5 mi., (978)

922.-7535. Kaede B&B-3 mi. (978) 356-8000. Arbor Inn Motel- 4 mi., (978)356-0220. Essex River House

Motel, -8 mi., (978)768-6800. Village Green.-12 mi., (978) 774.-6500. Motel 6-14 mi., (978) 774-8045.

Comfort Inn-13 mi., (978) 777-1700. Ferncroft-12 mi., (978) 777-2500.

7) dirECtionS: address: 746 Highland St., Hamilton, MA 01982 northbound from Mass Pike:

128/I-95 North. 24 miles from Pike, I-95 separates from 128. Stay on 128 North to Exit 20-A/North Rt.

1-A in Beverly. Go 2.3 miles to Wenham Center. Left on Arbor Street (becomes Highland Street). GHF

3.5 miles on left. Southbound: Rt. 95 to Exit 54. Left on Rt. 133 East for 3.2 miles to Rt. 1. Right on Rt. 1

South for 4 miles to traffic light. Left on Ipswich Road for 2.5 miles. Right on Willowdale Road (becomes

Winthrop Street) to end. Left on Highland Street for 1/2 mile to GHF, 746 Highland. Driveway on left.

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8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: iP-2010 USEF Intermediate Test A-Std. oP-2010 USEF Preliminary

Test B-Sm. Pt-2010 Preliminary Test A-Sm. ot-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. tn-2010 Training Test

A-Sm. on-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. Grass. If IP, PT, and/or TN divisions are cancelled due to lack

of subscription, entries will revert to OP, OT, and/or ON respectively and their attendant dressage tests.

See web site June 3. dressage schooling tests: Horse trial competitors may ride a dressage schooling

test. Dressage schooling tests are also open to competitors not participating in the horse trials. Go to

grotonhousefarm.com for entry form & info. If mailing your horse trial entry, include your separate

dressage schooling test entry and check. For electronic horse trial entrants, simply mail your separate

schooling entry, with Coggins and check. Every effort will be made to schedule schooling rides before

horse trial dressage tests. Schooling results will be available only after the horse trial dressage phase is

completed.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: iP/P: +/- 3000 m @ 520 mpm. Pt/t: +/- 2300 m @ 450 mpm. tn/ on: +/-

2000m @ 360 mpm. Terrain: Good galloping. Open fields; excellent footing with turf management. All

courses: Moderately challenging. Groton House dangerous riding Policy: Competitors will be

rEd FLaGGEd for excess speed or for otherwise endangering themselves or their horses.

riders MUSt StoP when flagged and leave the course. See also Eventing rule 112.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country Course closed: Sorry, no cross-country schooling

available at Groton House. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant. Food on grounds. Dogs

must be leashed. $60 loose dog fine. NO MOTORCYCLES or ATVs ALLOWED ON GROUNDS. NO

ELECTRIC HOOKUPS. Go to grotonhousefarm.com for information regarding other 2011 competitons

at Groton House, including the May 28th Dressage and Two Phase Schooling Show and the June

19th Dressage Schooling Show and Three Phase GHF Summer Classic offering Elementary and

Beginner Novice. See also the Fall Classic info posted on our website.


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JULY 9-10

GEnESEE vaLLEY HUnt HorSE triaLS

Geneseo, new York (area 1)

accepting post entries up to July 1st.

EntrY PEriod open date: 5/24/2011 Close date: 6/21/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF/USEa recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: N,T,BN

SEnd EntriES to: Kathleen Kirkwood 18 Elm Street, Apt 1 Geneseo, NY 14454 585-739-

7324 kkirkwood44@gmail.com website:http://www.geneseevalleyhunt.org/

orGaniZEr: Genesee Valley Hunt Committee, Billie Hill 4144 South Avon Road, Avon, NY 14414 Cell:

585-350-8029 email: billie.hill309@gmail.com Web: www.geneseevalleyhunt.org

oFFiCiaLS: td: Jackie Smith, OH Judges: Pres: Doug Payne, NJ dressage Judge: Jannet Briggs,

NH Cd:XC: John Williams, NC SJ: Leigh Fischer

EvEnt FEES: Event Fees directory: Draw checks to Genesee Valley Hunt Entry. Per division: P/t:

$150.00; n/Bn: $125.00 Stabling: $100.00; $50.00 Muck Fee: $40.00 (separate check)

1) EntriES: Please check website (www.geneseevalleyhunt.org) for updates and additional

information. Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Additional information can be found

at www.useventing.com and in the Omnibus. Entry form can be found on Area1 web site. Double

entries: Not accepted. Multiple entries may be limited Preliminary competitors must include copy of

USEF membership for rider; owner and trainer with entry. Divisions may be further divided/combined

or cancelled as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section, birth date and if amateur

rider on entry form. Copy of current negative Coggins (dated 1/1/10 or later) must accompany entry,

or entry considered incomplete. Incomplete entries will be placed on bottom of draw pile. Entry

confirmation status will be posted on www.geneseevalleyhunt.org CHANGES: Each rider/horse/division

change after July 7, 2011 is $50. Each rider/horse/division change after C.D. but before July 4, 2011 is

$25. All changes must be in writing by fax or email (ABSOLUTELY NO PHONE CALLS). Please advise us

of withdrawals ASAP. rEFUndS: Before C.D. – less $25 office fee. After C.D. – no refund. Competition

Cancellation – No refund.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 PM. Sat: Dressage-7:30 AM. Check

posting on Area1 web site. Sun: Show Jumping-7:30 AM; Cross-country-8:00 AM; Competitors be

prepared - All divisions will do show jumping before cross-country.


3) aWardS: Prizes & 8 ribbons per division.

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4) StartinG tiMES: Times posted on Area I web site at www.area1USEA.org July 8, 2011

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited on site Friday to Sunday only. $100 Friday noon to Sunday

night. $50 Saturday night only (if available). 50 perm stalls on grounds – cross-country course approx.

1/2 mile from stabling. Mandatory muck deposit $40, separate check to GVH to accompany entry. Stall

doors & initial bedding only provided. Feed/hay/bedding available for purchase, further info from sec´y.

Alternate stabling or for early arrivals prior to Friday, late departures after Sunday - Off-grounds only,

contact Ashley Milhollen at (585) 993-1853. veterinarian: Genesee Valley Equine Clinic (585) 889-

1170. Stabling form must accompany entry.

6) aCCoMModationS: Web: www.geneseony.com – Out-of-town competitor liaison – Linda Gibbs,

genspix@gmail.com, (585) 737-1976.

7) dirECtionS: address: Roots Tavern Rd and Nations Rd, Geneseo, NY 14454 From nY State

thruway: Exit 46 Rochester to I-390 south to Exit 8 to right (west) on 20A. Turn right at Main Street

Rte. 39 at light. Go thru town, then about 3-4 miles Roots Tavern Rd. is second left (after leaving town)

turn left to stabling & dressage. Cross-country is 1 mile west of Roots Tavern location; turn left on

Nations Rd.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. t-2010 USEF Training Test

A-Sm. n-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. Bn-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: 2 sand & 1

grass. Warm up grass.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. t-2370 m @ 420 mpm. n-1950 m @ 350 mpm.

Bn-1600 m @ 350 mpm/max. height 2´7’. Terrain: Open, rolling, banks, water (all levels). Improved

footing & jumps. All courses: Average for horses experienced at these levels. Course revised in 2006

with water complex.

10) otHEr inForMation: Elimination Policy – absolutely no ride upon elimination. Crosscountry

course closed June 2, 2011. Great spectator opportunities. Be a patron, sponsor a division or

fence; enjoy the patron tent. Please contact Billie Hill by email billie.hill309@gmail.com. For course

information contact Marion Thorne (585) 451-8143 Prize list from secretary Food on grounds Dogs

must be leashed. Volunteers welcome, please contact Debbie Davis 585-360-9491. Competitors´ Party:

Complimentary come as you are Party-Saturday, 5:00 pm at cross-country course. Good Fun. Come

down and have a wonderful time in our beautiful Genesee Valley!

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JULY 9-10

EnYdCta/oLd CHatHaM HorSE triaLS

old Chatham, new York (area 1)

please specify day on entry form (U=sat & Z=sun)

please be aware of important rule changes for eventing: ev114.1 dress -protective

headgear; ev114.5 dress--dressage test; and, ev113.2 (NeW)

EntrY PEriod open date: 5/24/2011 Close date: 6/21/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: PT,N,T,BN

SEnd EntriES to: Erin Keehan PO Box 374 Guilderland, NY 12084-0374 (518) 428-4386 irishelk@

yahoo.com http://www.enydcta.org ENTER ON-LINE AT: www.EventEntries.com. Visa/MC & checks

accepted.

orGaniZEr: Co-Org: Erin L. Keehan, PO Box 374, Guilderland, New York 12084, (518) 428-4386,

e-mail: irishelk@yahoo.com; Co-Org: Regina Cristo, PO Box 243, Sand Lake, New York 12153, (518)

674-8040, rcristo@nycap.rr.com

oFFiCiaLS: td: Cynthia Mancini (r, NY) Judges: Pres: Jack Leary, (R, CT); Judges: Lisa Cox (r,

PA); Sara Smallwood (Assoc. Jg, VA); Raymond Denis (TD-r, MA) Cd-XC: Tremaine Cooper, (R-MA)

SJ: Margie Hutchison

EvEnt FEES: P/t, t and n=$135; restBn and Bn=$125 EntEr on-LinE at: www.EventEntries.

com. Visa/MC & checks accepted. draw checks to EnYdCta, Ltd. Entries may be paid by credit card.

Please specify on a separate sheet of paper – Master Card or Visa, card number, expiration date, rider´s

name & card holder´s name and signature. Don't forget to include the USEA fees with your entry.

Double entries: Accepted, $10 fee. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25

with entry. on SitE StaBLinG, $65/day or $125 for the weekend; please include separate $25 stall

deposit check.

1) EntriES: This is considered one [1] event. You, or another rider, may not run the same horse both

days. BNH: for horses who have not competed above Beginner Novice.

RestBN = Restricted BN. RestBN is for riders who are just starting their eventing careers and can not

have competed at more than 2 recognized competitions at BN or lower.

ridErS MUSt SPECiFY daY on tHEir EntrY. If entries do not warrant, division(s) will run on

the fuller day. refunds: Before C.D.-In full. After C.D.- Less $10 fee ONLY if place can be filled from

wait list. Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for all horses

(dated 7/9/10 or later).


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2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat & Sun: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-10 am; Cross-Country-Noon.

3) aWardS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division.

4) StartinG tiMES: Available from sec´y as of Wed. July 6 from Sec´y by phone only between hours

of 6-9pm, or on ENYDCTA website at www.ENYDCTA.org, or on Area I website at www.area1usea.org.

Postcards will not be sent. However, emails are sent…please make sure your email address is legible on

your entry.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: LiMitEd on SitE StaBLinG/temporary stalls - $65/day or $125

for the weekend. Please include separate $25 stall cleaning deposit made out to ENYDCTA. Available

noon Friday, must be vacated Sunday pm. Stalls must be stripped upon departure or stall deposit will be

cashed (stripped stalls will have checks destroyed). Stall doors & initial bedding only provided. Feed/Hay/

Bedding available for purchase. For stabling questions contact Ellenor Cox at 518.281.9969. Veterinarian:

# will be posted with sec´y & stabling.

6) aCCoMModationS: *Please make reservations early! Comfort Inn & Suites-Schodack, 16 mi.,

(518) 479-3217; Blue Spruce Inn & Suites-Valatie, 5.5 mi., (518) 758-9711 - (2-night minimum); Chatham

Travel Lodge-Chatham, 7 mi., (518) 392-4066; Fairfield Inn-East Greenbush, 18 mi., (518) 477-7984;

Holiday Inn Express-East Greenbush, 18 mi., (518) 286-1011; Berkshire Spur motel-Canaan, 20 mi., (518)

781-4432. Camping: Not available.

7) dirECtionS: Address: 236 Shaker Museum Rd., Old Chatham, NY 12136. From South: Rt. 22 N

to Rt 203 in Austerlitz. Left on 203. 8 mi. to light in Chatham. Right onto Rt 66 N 4.5 mi. to right onto

Lovers Ln. Right at stop onto Rt 13. 2.3 mi., to left onto Shaker Museum Rd. 1 mi to event. OR Rt. 9 N

to Rt 9H N. Right onto Rt 66 N to Chatham. Follow above directions from light in Chatham. OR: NY

Thruway to exit 19. Follow signs to cross Rhinecliff Bridge. At second light after crossing bridge, turn

left left onto 9G, follow to light at Rt. 199. Turn right. Follow into Red Hook. At light turn left onto Rt 9

N, same as above. From north: Rt 22 S to Rt 20 W to left onto Rt 66 S. 3 mi., to stop, left across into

Shaker Museum Rd, 1.5 mi., to event. From East: Mass Pike to NY Thruway Exit B3, right off exit onto

Rt 22 N. Follow 3.1 mi., to light, left onto Rt 295, then 6.6 mi., to E. Chatham. Turn right onto Albany Tpk.

Follow 3 mi., to Old Chatham, Bear hard left thru square in Old Chatham onto Cty Rt 13. 1 mi to right

onto Shaker Museum Rd., 1 mi to event. From West: I-90 E to exit 12. Right off exit to Rt 9 S., 1 mi., to

left onto Cty Rt 32. Follow approx. 3 mi. to stop. Continue straight onto 203/32, then right continuing on

32. Follow to stop. Left onto Rt 66 N .7 mi. then bear right onto Shaker Museum Rd 1.5 mi to event.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: restBn : 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A - Sm. Bn : 2010 USEF

Beginner Novice Test B - Sm. n : 2010 USEF Novice Test A - Sm. t : 2010 USEF Training Test A - Sm.

P/t : 2010 USEF Preliminary Test A - Sm. Arenas: Grass.

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9) CroSS-CoUntrY: all t-2300 m @ 450 mpm. all n-1900 m @ 375 mpm. Bn-1800 m @ 350

mpm. all courses: Average for horses with some experience at the levels. Water jump at all levels.

Championships will have its own unique course.

10) otHEr inForMation: Please be aware of important rule changes for eventing:

Ev114.1 dress -Protective Headgear; Ev114.5 dress--dressage test; and,

Ev113.2 (nEW) Cross-country course never open. Riders limited 2 horse/level or 4

horses total per day. Divisions further divided if entries warrant; state birth date on entry.

Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed at all times.

Starter BN division (SBN): For first-time recognized competition riders. Any age. Prep clinic Fri 5PM and

Sat evening, after the day´s competition (both days, un-mounted).

BNH: for horses who have not competed above beginner novice.

BBQ on grounds Sat. night. $15/person. Pay at the door. RSVP on entry.

Wait List Policy: Before CD – filled by cancelled postmark, regardless of division. After CD – filled

as openings become available within scheduled divisions. Changes: After CD – subject to $25 fee

per change.

Non-negotiable checks - $30 charge.

Email notices are sent periodically from the secretary. Please make sure your email address is legible on

your entry.


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JULY 10

UnivErSitY oF nEW HaMPSHirE HorSE triaLS

durham, new Hampshire (area 1)

hosting the area i Young rider/Junior team Challenge

EntrY PEriod open date: 5/24/2011 Close date: 6/21/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: N,T,BN

SEnd EntriES to: Elizabeth Oertel, Secretary UNH Equine Center 278 Mast Road Durham, NH

03824 (603) 862-0027 (phone) (603) 862-3704 (Fax) liz.oertel@unh.edu http://www.equine.unh.edu/

horse-trials

orGaniZEr: Christina Keim, Chair of Organizing Committee, UNH Equine Center, 278 Mast Road,

Durham, NH 03824, 603-862-1174 (Ph), 603-862-1600 (Fx), ckeim@unh.edu EMAIL PREFERRED

oFFiCiaLS: td: Gail Majauckas (MA) Judges: Pres: Ann Forer (NJ); Janet Briggs (NH) SJ Judge:

Rick Pearson (MA) Cd:X-C: Dr. Jim Gornall, MA SJ: Christina Keim

EvEnt FEES: Draw checks to “UNH’. Please write separate check for each horse. Entry: t/n/Bn:

$155.00 Stabling: $95.00 (separate check)

1) EntriES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. negative Coggins WitHin 12

MontHS oF CoMPEtition datE is required for all horses. Coggins MUST be received

BEFORE competition - May be faxed. Entries with invalid coggins upon closing date will be assessed

an incomplete fee. Coggins bled prior to July 10, 2010 are invalid. Priority will be given to entries

postmarked on opening date, even if incomplete for any reason other than failure to include funds.

Entries without payment will be held until payment is received. At closing date, incomplete etnries

may be replaced with complete entries that are on wait list. there will be a $20 fee assessed to

all incomplete entries. Please be sure your entry contains all required signatures, numbers,

fees, Coggins, and other relevant information (including emergency contact and horse/rider

experience.) double entries: Not accepted. Jr/Yr team Challenge: The team challenge is open to

riders at all levels who are members of the Area I Young Rider's Program. If you are interested in being

on a team, you should submit your horse trials entry as per usual, then contact Area I YR coordinator

Melanie Loschiavo at (802)439-5120 or loschiav@tops-tele.com for a team assignment. There is no

extra fee for riding on a team. Additional details will be posted at http://area1usea.org/RidersTeams/

YoungRiders/youngriders.htm. Changes: $20 fee for all changes to entry. refunds: Before C.D.Less

$25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D. No refunds unless accompanied by a vet or medical note

AND spot can be filled off of wait list. all withdrawals must be in writing. Withdrawals or changes

will not be accepted by phone; must mail, fax, or email. Competition cancellation-50% of entry. No

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2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Sat: Packets available/Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sun:

Dressage.-7:30 am; Show Jumping.-10 am; Cross-country 1:00 pm. Please note: Due to one day

format, riders will have a break between their show jumping and cross country rounds. Cross country

will not begin until after the conclusion of all dressage.

3) aWardS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Special Awards: Lowest and Second Lowest Scoring

Pony Clubber; Lowest Scoring UNH Student/Alumni, Best Scoring Connemara (sponsored by the

ACPS). Please indicate which award you are eligible for (and the name of your Pony Club/

year of graduation, whichever is relevant) on your entry. Connemaras must include a copy of

their ACPS membership and registration papers. Details about special awards can be found at www.

equine.unh.edu/pdf/horse_trials/ht_awards.pdf

4) StartinG tiMES: Available approximately July 5 at www.area1usea.org and www.equine.unh.edu

or send self-addressed, stamped postcard or envelope.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: $95 stall from 3 pm Saturday to 6 pm Sunday; stalls do not need

to be cleaned/stripped. 60 temporary stalls on grounds, under tent: Solid vinyl partitions. Stall doors

and initial bedding provided (competitor must bed own stall). veterinarian: Wadleigh Falls Veterinary

Clinic. (603) 659-3755.

6) aCCoMModationS: Holiday Inn Express (downtown Durham): 603-868-1234; Homewood

Suites: 21 Members Way, Dover NH 03820 (603)516-0929. Hampton Inn: 9 Hotel Drive, Dover, NH

03820 (603)516-5601 Comfort Inn & Suites: 10 Hotel Drive, Dover NH 03820 (603)750-7507. Others

available. Contact organizer if more needed. Camping not available.

7) dirECtionS: address: 288 Mast Road, Durham, NH 03824 to UnH from Portsmouth (route

95): Route 4 west follow signs towards Concord & Durham, go approx. 10 miles on Rt. 4 to UNH exit

(Rt. 155-A); left off ramp. First left onto “Mast Road Extension.’ Follow signs to stabling & parking. From

West: Take Rt. 4 east from Concord NH. & take UNH exit (Rt. 155-A); right off ramp. Same as above.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: Small arena for all divisions. ot: 2010 USEF Training Test B; on:

2010 USEF Novice Test B; oBn: 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B. Arenas: 2 sand. Warm-up: Sand.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: ot-2000 m @ 420 mpm. on-1800 m @ 350 mpm. oBn- 1800m @ 325

mpm. All courses: Average to challeging for horses with some experience at these levels. Not suggested

as a move up course.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country course will close just before event and is open for

schooling by appointment only. Please contact organizer for schooling information. Levels may

be divided/combined if entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date

on entry. Food available on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. MANY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

AVAILABLE!!! Earn "UNH Bucks" towards other events at our facility by contributing volunteer hours on

the day of or in the weeks leading up to this event. Please contact organizer for more information.

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JULY 14-17

CoSEqUin StUart HorSE triaLS CiC1* and CiC2*

victor, new York (area 1)

sponsored by Cosequin of Nutramax and presented by smartpak.

pro/aM team Competition. prize money in all divisions.

awards for highest placed ottB per division sponsored by Finger Lakes thoroughbred

adoption Program

EntrY PEriod open date: 5/31/2011 Close date: 6/28/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF/USEa recognized: CIC1*,CIC2*,I,P USEF Endorsed/USEa

recognized: N,T

SEnd EntriES to: TWO WAYS TO ENTER: 1. Send entry with check to: Christina Gray/Katie

Trafton P.O. Box 971 Mira Loma, CA 91752 info@grayareaevents.com or (805)-239-3930

Or, enter online: www.EquestrianEntries.com and pay with credit card.

orGaniZEr: Heidi Stuart Vahue 3546 Flatiron Rd.Bloomfield NY14469 (585)-657-4523 Cell 585-734-

4523 hsvmev@frontiernet.net.

oFFiCiaLS: CiC2*/CiC1* td: Trish Gilbert USA CiC2*/CiC1* Judges: Pres: Jo Young, CAN; Mark

Weissbecker, MA. Ht td: Gretchen Butts, MD Ht Judges: Robert Stevenson NC, Nancy Lowey VA SJ

Judge: Richard Jeffery, GBR Cd:X-C: Derek di Grazia, USA SJ: Richard Jeffery, GBR

EvEnt FEES: Event Fees directory: Draw checks to Stuart Horse Trials Inc. (one check per horse)

and send to secretary; or, enter online at www.EquestrianEntries.com and pay with credit card. CiC2*/

CiC1*: $300.00; i/P: $225.00; t/n/: $175.00 Stabling: $160.00; tack Stall: $120.00; Stall Stripping

deposit: $50.00 (separate check, destroyed when stall is stripped).

1) EntriES: *all complete entries postmarked on opening date will have office fee for

changes or scratches waived. CIC entries must use 2011 USEA CCI/CIC Entry Form. All other

entries must use 2011 USEA Horse Trials Entry Form. INCOMPLETE/INCORRECT ENTRIES WILL BE

PLACED AT BOTTOM OF DRAW PILE. Entries may not be postmarked prior to the opening date. Checks

will be deposited upon entry acceptance. Checks not deposited will be voided by the event secretary.

Entry confirmation status will be posted on www.stuarthorsetrials.org. Double entries: Not accepted.

Entry Limit (if event is oversubscribed with waitlist): 4 horses per rider, except CIC2*/CIC1*. Entry limit

300. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant, state preferences under the Eligible Section

and birthdate on entry. Changes: Any change to entry subject to must be in writing by email to info@

grayareaevents.org and may be subject to $25 office fee* (see opening date information on first line).


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ABSOLUTELY NO telephone withdrawals, changes, or stabling requests will be accepted. No changes

after 9 am on July 12; waitlist expires at that time. refunds: Before C.D: less $25 non-refundable office

fee*. After C.D: no refund for entry or stabling unless entry and/or stall can be filled from wait list, less

$25 non-refundable office fee*. Competition cancellation: No refund. Copy of negative Coggins within

12 months required for all horses and must accompany entry. U.S. CIC horses must be registered

with USEF and FEI (see forms on Stuart website: www.stuarthorsetrials.org) and be in possession of a

USEF National Passport obtained through the USEF office in Kentucky. Foreign CIC Horses must be in

possession of an FEI Passport. Riders and horses must be annually registered with the FEI. Please refer

to www.horsesport.org(FEI) & USEF Rules for Eventing for FEI CIC2* qualifications and requirements/

USEF Rules for Eventing for CIC1*. Masters Divisions: 40 yrs. & over (determined by calendar year),

MUST state birth date on entry. Junior Divisions: 18 yrs. & under (determined by calendar year), MUST

state birth date on entry.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Wed: Horses may arrive at noon. Earlier arrivals must be cleared with

show secretary. Cross-country courses open-3 PM. thurs: Dressage-8 AM (all novice and some other

divisions); Novice Cross-country-1-4 PM Fri: Dressage-8 AM; Novice Show Jumping-9 AM Sat: Crosscountry-8

AM. Sun: Show Jumping-8 AM.

3) aWardS: CIC2*:$5000 purse from Stuart Horse Trials, Inc. with prize money for one out of 4

starters paid to owner of horse per FEI regulations. CIC1*: $2500 purse divided as per above. All

other divisions: 8 ribbons and prize money for 1st-4th. 1st place winners receive an exclusive Stuart

Horse Trials tartan cooler and Maui Jim Sunglasses. Masters (40 and over) and Juniors (18 and under)

divisions pinned within overall levels. Age determined by calendar year. State birthdate on entry. Awards

for highest placing OTTB horse per division kindness of Finger Lakes Thoroughbred Adoption Program.

Register eligible horses with secretary.

4) StartinG tiMES: Available July 11: www.stuarthorsetrials.org or www.area1usea.org.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited. $160/stall from NOON Wed. thru 5 PM Sun. 220 temp stalls

on grounds, some additional off grounds.Tack stalls may be available if space allows. Noncompetition

horses must pay $50 grounds fee in addition to stabling fee. Bedding: shavings only! One bale of

shavings provided. Additional shavings for sale on grounds. Stabling Chairman: Ruth Coney (585-313-

8274). MANDATORY $50 stall cleaning deposit is required. Include separate check, made payable to

Stuart Horse Trials, Inc., with entry. Check destroyed if stall left stripped. MUST check in with secretary to

have stall checked before deposit is returned. Any damage to the temporary stables will be charged to

competitor. Veterinarians: Dr. Peter Blauner, FEI Vet; Genesee Valley Equine Clinic (585-889-1170). # on

bulletin boards, with secretary, and stabling chairman.

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6) aCCoMModationS: BOOK EARLY! Ask for Stuart Horse Trials block: The LODGE AT

WOODCLIFF-9 mi. (585-248-4810) or (800-365-3065) until June 20th or Brookwood Inn-10 mi. (585-

248-9000) until June 20th. Other accommodations: Hampton Inn-6 mi., (585-924-4400). Sunrise Hill

Inn-8 mi., (585-924-2131). Microtel Victor-6 mi., (585-924-9240). Holiday Inn Express-6 mi. (585-672-

2100).

7) dirECtionS: address: Townline and Murray Rds., Victor, NY, 14564. From West: Exit 45/NYS

Thruway to Rte 96 south to Victor. Right at 4th traffic light on School Rd. Right at end on County Rd 41

(Boughton Hill Rd). First left on Murray Rd. Left at 1 mile to stabling and left at end of Murray to show

grounds. From East: Exit 44/NYS Thruway to Rte 332 south. Right at 3rd traffic light on County Rd 41

(Boughton Hill Rd). Thru next light (4-way stop) to next left (Murray Rd). As above.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: CiC2*-2009 FEI Two-Star Test B-Std. CiC1*-2009 FEI One-Star

Test B-Std. i-2010 Intermediate Eventing Test A-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm t-2010 USEF

Training Test B-Sm. n-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Grass. (Used only once per year for this

competition.)

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: CiC2* & i-3000 m @ 550 mpm. CiC* & P-2675 m @ 520 mpm. t-2320 m

@ 420 mpm. n-approx. 1800 m @ 350 mpm. Terrain: Rolling to hilly. All courses: Above Average, for

fit horses with some experience at these levels. Not move up courses.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country course never open except for Stuart Horse Trials clinics

or schooling days. See website for more information. Only official motorized vehicles allowed on

course at any time. Unregistered vehicles illegal on NY roads. Food on grounds. Dogs are welcome in

boutique area and stabling only and they must be leashed. Doggie High Tea Friday afternoon followed

by a costume/trick contest. ABSOLUTELY NO dogs on cross country course at request of landowners.

The competitors party is back! We are "Mad about PLAID!" Wear your plaid and dance to Blue Jimmy.

Each rider receives one dinner ticket additional tickets available from the secretary upon arrival for

$15.00. $100 fine if any dog found on x-c at any time. Kids Day is on Sunday. Enjoy Pony Rides, Face

Painting and Kid's Obstacle course. This competition is made possible by the generosity of many

individuals and corporations including the naming sponsor Cosequin® of Nutramax Laboratories, Inc.

and the presenting sponsor SmartPak.


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JULY 16-17

HUntinGton FarM HorSE triaLS

South Strafford, vermont (area 1)

EntrY PEriod open date: 5/31/2011 Close date: 6/28/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF/USEa recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: N,T,BN

SEnd EntriES to: Secretary & Organizer Huntington Farm 130 Justin Morrill Hwy South Strafford, VT

05070 (802) 765-4511 Phone/Fax

orGaniZEr: Secretary & organizer: Ann Kitchel, e-mail: ponybrook732@aol.com Huntington

Farm 130 Justin Morrill Hwy South Strafford, VT 05070, (802) 765-4511 Phone/Fax

oFFiCiaLS: td: James Gornall, MA Judges: Pres: Margaret Hutchison, NY, Mary Savidge, VT

Cd:XC/SJ: Mary Hutchins, VT.

EvEnt FEES: Event Fees directory: Draw checks to Huntington Farm. Electronic entriies not

accepted. Entry: Per division: P: $180.00; t/n/Bn: $175.00 Stabling: $40.00

1) EntriES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. BN competitors must be USEA

members. Preliminary-please enclose copy of USEF membership card. Double entries: Not accepted.

refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-Entry/Stabling No refund. $20

charge for division changes after C.D. All withdrawals must be in writing. Faxes and emails accepted.

Closing day withdrawals must be phoned in to sec´y before 9 pm & followed up in writing to receive

refund. No refunds will be made without written notification as specified above. Competition

cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins required for all horses within 12 months.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: Dressage (OP/JYOP/OT)-7:30

am; Cross-country (OP/JYOP/OT)-10:30 am. Show Jumping-1 pm. Sun: Dressage (ON/BN) 7:30 am;

Cross-country (ON/BN)-10:30 am; Show Jumping-1 pm.

3) aWardS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Awards sponsored by Bit of Britain. Essie Perkins

Memorial Trophy: Low Score OT Lady Rider. Read Perkins Memorial Trophy: Low Score Preliminary

Rider. Jean Hamlin Memorial Trophy: Low Score JYOP Rider.


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4) StartinG tiMES: Available on www.area1usea.org. Stabling locations will be mailed.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited. $40/stall/night. Stabling will be assigned based on date

of entry. Perm. stalls 0-20 miles of event. Bring your own bedding. Stall doors provided. All stabling

requests must be made before C.D. Veterinarian: Dr. Kirsten Glass, (603) 795-2747. # will be posted at

sec´y´s stand.

6) aCCoMModationS: Robin Jaccaci B&B next door (802) 765-4822. Cindy White 1.25

mi. (802) 765-4566. Hampton Inn-20 miles White River Junction (802)296-2800. SUPER 8-20

miles-(802)295-7577.Holiday Inn-20 mi. (802) 295-3000. Comfort Inn-20 mi. (802) 295-3051. Idlewood

Inn-6 mi. (802) 763-5326. Roz Finn B&B-2 mi., (802) 765-4500. Housing available in private homes.

Contact Charlotte Faccio (802) 765-4134. Camping: Rest & Nest -10 mi. (802) 785-2997.

7) dirECtionS: address: Huntington Farm, 130 Justin Morrill Hwy, South Strafford, VT

05070. From South: I-91 north to I-89 North at White River Junction. Exit 2/Sharon VT. Right 7 miles

to South Strafford. Left at “T’ intersection. Farm 1.5 miles on right. From north: I-89 south to Exit 2/

Sharon VT. Left to South Strafford. As above.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: oP/JYoP-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A -Sm. ot-2010 USEF

Training Test A-Sm. on-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. Bn-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm.

Arena: Sand & Perma Flex rubber.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: JYoP/oP-2400 m @ 520 mpm. ot-2200 m @ 450 mpm. on-2000 m

@ 350 mpm. Bn-2000 m @ 350 mpm. Terrain: Varied: rolling, some hills, good galloping area. All

courses: Moderately difficult.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country course closed May 31. Levels may be divided/combined

as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date. Food on grounds. No

dogs, please - any dog brought to competition must be secured in parking field at all times.

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Salisbury, Connecticut (area 1)

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EntrY PEriod open date: 5/31/2011 Close date: 6/28/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: N,T,BN

SEnd EntriES to: Carolyn Maftieu, Secretary 6910 Cascade Ave. Gig Harbor, WA 98335 (417) 234-

1488 (cell). Home and fax: (253) 514-8898. (Please note 3 hr West Coast time difference when calling

secretary) http://www.rigameadow.com/ Enter on line: www.evententries.com (checks payable to Riga

Meadow Horse Trials, to Carolyn Maftieu, Secretary, 6910 Cascade Avenue, Gig Harbor, WA 98335.

orGaniZEr: Linda Bushnell and Jackie Merwin, Co-Organizer, Riga Meadow Equestrian Center, LLC,

339 Undermountain Rd., Salisbury, CT 06068 (860) 435-9991.

oFFiCiaLS: td: Ray Denis, MA Judges: Pres: Ann-Marie Gregoire, MA; Dressage: Judy Travers-

Lawless, MA; Rick Pearson, NY. Cd X-C: Janine McClain, VT Cd SJ: Chris Barnard, NY.

nEW! training division with no WatEr for 2011. new Scorers: Erin Keehan, Chief Scorer;

Peggy Jenks, Associate.

EvEnt FEES: Draw checks to Riga Meadow Horse Trials. BN Competitors who are not USEA members

must pay extra $25 with entry. all divisions: $130 (includes $25 non-refundable office fee). Note:

USEA and USEF fees are not included as part of the entry fee. These association fees should be added

to your entry fee, per the itemized Fees Enclosed section of the Entry Form, totaled with the other

applicable fees, and sent to the event with your entry. Stabling: $50.00.

1) EntriES: refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.- no refund.

Competition cancellation- refund less committed competition expenses or a day of cross country

schooling or clinic in future. Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for all horses. Copy must

accompany entry. Connecticut requires proof of rabies.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Sat: Cross country open for inspection-3:00 p.m. Sun: Dressage-7:30

am; Show Jumping-9 am; Cross country 10:30 am. Check RIGA website, www.rigameadow.com for

updates. Training Division: No Water element.

3) aWardS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. new this year! Erin Keehan, Chief Scorer. Peggy

Jenks, Associate. training division (no water element) new this year!


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4) StartinG tiMES: July 13, 6 pm @ www.area1usea.org and posted on RIGA web site, www.

rigameadow.com.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited extra permanent stalls available (10). $50 overnight. Initial

bedding provided. Enclose separate $25 check for stall cleaning deposit, payable to Riga Meadow.

Stall stripped or stall deposit forfeited. Once inspected, check destroyed. Additional bedding/ hay

available for purchase, further info from sec´y. veterinarian: Millbrook Equine Veterinary Clinic,

(845) 677 5500, no. will be posted at sec´y´s booth. Farrier: Keith Warner, (413) 429-1757, no. will be

posted at sec´y´s booth.

6) aCCoMModationS: Reserve early. White Hart Inn 860-435-0030; Interlaken Inn

860-435-9878; Iron Masters Inn 860 435 9844; Wake Robin Inn 860 435 2000; Sharon Motor Lodge

860-364-0036.

7) dirECtionS: address: 339 Undermountain Rd., Salisbury, CT 06068. From north: Take

US Route 41 South from Route 23 in South Egremont, MA towards CT. At MASS/CT border see sign

saying Entering Salisbury, barn is 2.1 miles south from that sign on left. From South: Take CT Route

41 North from Sharon, CT to the four corners at the Hotchkiss School. Continue straight on Route 41

through Lakeville and Salisbury. At the White Hart Inn in Salisbury, bear left on Route 41 and the barn

is approximately 2.8 miles from the Inn on the right. From West: At traffic light in Millerton, NY on

NY Route 22 turn east on US Route 44 heading towards Lakeville, CT and Salisbury CT. In Salisbury

at the White Hart Inn bear left on Route 41 towards MA and the barn is approximately 2.8 miles from

the Inn on the right. From East: Take US Route 44 West from Canaan, CT to Salisbury, CT. At the

White Hart Inn in Salisbury take sharp right turn on to Route 41 and the barn is approximately 2.8

miles from the Inn on the right.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: t - 2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. n-2010 USEF Novice Test

A-Sm. Bn-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Two Dressage Arenas-Sand; SJ-Grass.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: t- 2400 m @ 420 mpm; - n- 1900 m @ 375 mpm; Bn- 1800 m @ 325

mpm. Terrain: Open fields and excellent footing. No water on either course. N: Average, for horses

with some experience at these levels. BN: good introduction to basic cross country questions.

Course closed July 1st.

10) otHEr inForMation: Divisions further divided if entries warrant; state preferences under

Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Before CD, filled by cancelled post mark, regardless of

division; After CD, filled as openings become available within scheduled divisions. Food available on

grounds. Dogs must be leashed: $35 loose dog fee.

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FitCH'S CornEr HorSE triaLS

Millbrook, new York (area 1)

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EntrY PEriod open date: 6/7/2011 Close date: 7/5/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF/USEa recognized: P,P-Ch USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized: N,N-

Ch,T,T-Ch,BN,BN-Ch

SEnd EntriES to: Sunny Cross, Secretary Fitch´s Corner 632 N. Mabbettsville Rd. Millbrook, NY

12545 (845) 677-5479 phone; 800-663-2162 fax. Email: secretary@fitchscorner.com Website: www.

fitchscorner.com Electronic entries accepted – Payments may be made by credit card. If not sent

electronically, payment, signature page, and/or coggins must be postmarked within 5 days or entry will

be placed on a waitlist.

orGaniZErS: Fernanda Kellogg and Eric Hill.

oFFiCiaLS: td: Sally Ike, NJ; Judges: Pres: Joan Fleser, NY; dressage Judges: Margie Hutchison,

NY; Cynthia Mancini, NY; Gale D'Amanda-Fox, N;Y SJ Judge: Patricia Towle Cd: X-C: Derek di Grazia,

CA SJ: Chris Barnard, NY.

EvEnt FEES: Event Fees directory: Draw checks to Fitch´s Corner H.T. Entry: P: $210.00; t/n/Bn:

$195.00; Championships - all Levels: $200.00 Stabling: $175.00 weekend non-Compete Horses:

$ 50.00 plus stabling Camping: $50.00.

1) EntriES: Electronic entries accepted –Payments may be made by credit card. If not sent

electronically, payment, signature page, and/or coggins must be postmarked within 5 days or entry

will be placed on a waitlist. Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Note: USEA/USEF fees

are not included as part of the entry fee. Add these association fees to your entry fee. Double entries:

Not Accepted. Entries limited to 4 horses per rider per level. If overbooked, management reserves right

to limit a rider to 2 horses in competition. USEA membership required above BN. BN entries who are

not USEA members must pay the non-member fee. Priority given to USEA members. Pinney must be

returned or you will be billed $30. refunds: Before C.D.-Entry & Stabling Less $25 non-refundable

office fee; after C.D.-Entry – no refund; stabling – refund only if filled from wait list. All changes must be

in writing (fax/email OK) and will be subject to a $30 fee. No stabling refunds after times are posted.

Competition cancellation-25% of entry fee refunded. No stabling fees refunded. A $10 charge will

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Copy of current Neg. Coggins (within 12 months) must accompany entry or entry will be considered

incomplete. Emergency information box on entry must be filled out or entry is incomplete. $30 charge

for bounced check and entry will be wait listed. P - Please include a copy of current rider/owner USEF

cards. It is the competitor´s responsibility to be familiar with qualification requirements & to enter the

proper division.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: thurs: Grounds open at 12 pm unless previously arranged. Cross-country

course open-3 pm. Fri: Dressage Sat: BN/N/T/P - Show Jumping; Championship BN/N/T/P - Crosscountry;

Competitor Party-6 pm. Sun: BN/N/T/P - Cross-country; Championship BN/NT/P - Show

Jumping.

Due to Championships, the schedule may be adjusted so it is highly recommended that competitors

check the website after closing date or when ride times are posted. Final schedule will be posted on

the website, www.fitchscorner.com.

3) aWardS: Tiffany & Co trophy & 6 ribbons per division. Prizes. Ribbons will also be given for Low

Score in Dressage and Closest to Optimum time in XC.

4) StartinG tiMES: Available no later than July 19 from secretary. Times will be posted at: www.

fitchscorner.com or Area I www.area1usea.org. Times will not be mailed. Cross-country and Stadium

schedules may be adjusted as entries warrant.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Temporary stabling available on grounds. $175/weekend (Thursday

noon-Sunday 7pm). NO BEDDING PROVIDED. STABLING OFFICE CLOSES AT 7 PM. Please use

only one person's/farm's name for all "stable with" requests. Hay/shavings available for purchase on

grounds. Email stabling@fitchscorner.com to reserve shavings. No straw please! Stalls to be stripped

prior to leaving. Veterinarian: Millbrook Equine Veterinary Clinic, 845-677-5500; will be posted at

stabling and secretary's stand.

6) aCCoMModationS: Make reservations early! See our website under local information for a

complete list. Millbrook Country House – 5 mi, (845) 677—9570. Cottonwood Motel-10 mi., (845) 677-

3283. Days Inn - 18 mi., (845) 454-1010. Holiday Inn - 22 mi., (845) 473-1151. Camping: $50 for the

weekend to be paid in advance. No services provided and no open fires. Campers must sign liability

release.

7) dirECtionS: address: 632 N. Mabbettsville, Rd., Millbrook, NY 12545. From north/South:

Route 22 to Amenia, NY. Left (west) on Rt. 44 to Rt. 57 (Shunpike). 3 mi. to competition grounds at

corner of Rt. 98 & Rt. 57. 6 miles from the village of Millbrook.

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8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. P(CH) - 2010 USEF Preliminary

Test B-Sm. t-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. t (CH) - 2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. n-2010 USEF

Novice Test A -Sm. n(CH) - 2010 USEF Novice Test B -Sm. Bn-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm.

Bn(CH) - 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Sand & grass rings.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: Length of course and optimum times will be posted on the start box and at

the sec´y stand, Thursday, 3 pm. P-3300 m @ 520 mpm. t-2600 m @ 470 mpm. n-2200 m @ 400

mpm. Bn-2000m @ 350 mpm. All courses: Above average, for horses with experience at this level, not

move-up courses. Course design by Derek di Grazia.

10) otHEr inForMation: 2011 USEa area 1 regional Championships - the Area 1 Council

has decided to have the four championships - Beginner Novice, Novice, Training and Preliminary - at

one facility, bringing additional excitement and visibility to this prestigious competiton. Fitch's Corner

is planning many enhancements to give the championship competitors a mini-Rolex experience.

Winners will receive prizes in addition to the Tiffany & Co. silver trophies. Friday night - To

celebrate the qualified riders there will be a "Meet the Champions" reception, open to all competitors.

Qualifications - see www.fitchscorner.com for qualifications and qualifying dates.

Cross-country course not open for schooling. Entry limit 300. If schedule permits, additional

entries will be accepted. Divisions may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under

the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Management reserves the right to cancel or combine any

divisions, and accept or refuse any entry in accordance with Article EV119. Excellent food on grounds.

Dogs must be leashed. $30 fine enforced. NO unlicensed driver allowed to drive any motorized vehicle

on the property at anytime. Penalty of $100 fine: Strictly enforced by Security. Non-competing horses:

fee $50 plus stabling. Must register with sec´y in advance. Current negative Coggins required. Must

sign waiver in office and be issued a non competing horse number. Official event photographer - Brian

Wilcox, www.connecticutphoto.com. Volunteers are always welcome - full day volunteers receive a free

ticket to the Blue Jean Ball. Email volunteer@fitchscorner.com

FitCH'S MarKEt: Biggest and Best in Area 1!! Open Saturday and Sunday, CoMPEtitorS' PartY:

Competitors and friends invited to join us at the Blue Jean Ball- dinner, dancing, live music, and DJ all

on Saturday July 23rd. SPECtatorS´ BEnEFit LUnCHEon to benefit the Millbrook Rescue Squad

on Sunday, July 24th. Enjoy the luncheon and view show jumping, collector car parade, Fitch's Corner

Award ceremony. Reservations will be available online, check website, www.fitchscorner.com, or call

(845) 677-5479.


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JULY 30-31

StonELEiGH-BUrnHaM SUMMEr HorSE triaLS

Greenfield, Massachusetts (area 1)

* New intro. starter trial test offered!

EntrY PEriod open date: 6/14/2011 Close date: 7/12/2011

LEvELS/diviSionS USEF/USEa recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEa recognized:

N,T,BN USEa recognized tests: Intro

SEnd EntriES to: Entries by mail or EventEntries.com (Credit cards accepted through

EventEntries.) Erin L. Keehan, Secretary PO Box 374 Guilderland, NY 12084 (518) 428-4386 No phone

calls after 9 pm, please. E-mail: irishelk@yahoo.com Web: http://www.sbschool.org/riding.

Enter online at www.evententries.com. Payment, signature page and coggins must be received in our

office within 7 days or entry will be placed on a waitlist. Please mail to address above.

orGaniZEr: Mina Payne Williams Stoneleigh-Burnham School 574 Bernardston Road Greenfield, MA

01301 (413) 773-8333, Fax (413) 775-0113.

oFFiCiaLS: td: Ms. Frances Cross, MA Judges: Pres: TBD dressage/SJ: TBD Cd:X-C: Dr. James

Gornall, MA SJ: Mina Payne Williams, MA.

EvEnt FEES: Draw checks to Stoneleigh-Burnham School. Entry: all USEa divisions P,t,n,Bn:

$180.00; intro Starter test: $165.00 Stabling: $130.00 per stall Grounds Fee: $25.00 per entry for

non-stabled horses.

1) EntriES: Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. USEA

Membership required of all riders. Preliminary riders must send copies of USEF membership cards.

Intro entrants refunds: Before C.D.-Entry less $25 non-refundable office fee/Stabling-In full; After C.D.-

Entry- No refund, stabling-refund until July 20. Stabling cancellations must be in writing. All changes

to entries and/or late post entries made after C.D. will be assessed a $25 processing fee. Scratches

accepted by fax, email, or snail mail; NOT by phone or answering machine. Competition cancellation-

Entry/stabling-No refund. Lost pinny=$25. Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for all horses.

2) tEntativE SCHEdULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: Dressage (BN/T)-7 am;

Show Jumping (BN/T)-10 am; Cross-country (BN/T)-12 noon. Sun: Dressage (N/P/Intro)-7 am; Show

Jumping (N/P/Intro)-10 am. Cross-country (N/P/Intro)-12 noon.


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3) aWardS: Special awards & 8 ribbons per division. Prizes available at Secretary´s table after

scores are officially posted.

4) StartinG tiMES: Available July 27 at www.area1usea.org., or www.sbschool.org/riding.

5) StaBLinG/vEtErinarian: Limited. $130 stall from Friday 7/29 2:00PM -Sunday 8/5:00PM

All stalls must be cleaned before vacating. 200 stalls on grounds. Some temp. some permenent. All

have stall doors. 1 bag bedding provided. Extra shavings available for purchase. veterinarian: VT-

NH Veterinary Clinic, (802) 254-5422. # will be posted at sec´y´s office.

6) aCCoMModationS: Red Roof Inn-15 mi. Indoor pool, (413) 665-7161. Hampton Inn - .5 mi

(413) 773-0057, Brandt House B & B-.5 mi, (413) 774-3329. Fox Inn-5 mi, (413) 648-9131, Deerfield

Inn- 10 mi. (413) 774-5587 Quality Inn - .5 mi (413) 774-2213, Super 8-.5 mi (413) 774-5578

Camping: Limited hookups on grounds, $65 for duration. Pay with entry.

7) dirECtionS: address: 574 Bernardston Rd., Greenfield, MA 01301 From i-91: Exit 27 to Rte 2

east. First exit to Rtes 5 & 10. North for 1/8 mile. School on left. From rte 2: Greenfield exit to Rtes

5 & 10. North. As above.

8) drESSaGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B -Sm. t-2010 USEF Training Test

B-Sm. n-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. Bn & intro -2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas:

Grass or sand.

9) CroSS-CoUntrY: P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. t-2400 m @ 420mpm. n-2000 m @ 350 mpm.

Bn 2000m @ 320 mpm. intro. 1500m @ 300 mpm USEA courses: Average, for horses with some

experience at these levels. All courses have ditches, banks, & water appropriate for level. Terrain:

Open fields, woods, some hills. Intro. Starter course will be simple 2'0" jumps in front field only.

10) otHEr inForMation: Cross-country course closed July 28. Levels may be divided/

combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry.

Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. If found unleashed--$25 Fine! Schooling trials offered

May 14 Contact Stoneleigh-Burnham Equestrian Center for details.

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MILLBROOK HORSE TRIALS

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Millbrook, New York (Area 1)

To benefit Dutchess Land Conservancy PRO Event Series - Advanced Division

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/21/2011 Close Date: 7/19/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: A,I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Millbrook Horse Trials, Inc. Sharyn Cataldo 363 North Loomis St. Southwick

MA 01077 (413) 569-3806 Ph/Fax After August 2 (413) 454-4158 slcataldo@aol.com http://www.

millbrookhorsetrials.com/ Enter On-Line: www.evententries.com with credit cards (CC fee's will apply):

Immediately mail signature page and coggins. OR send entry with check to above address. Entries not

accepted until all paperwork and payment are received in full.

ORGANIZER: Olivia van Melle Kamp, c/o Millbrook Horse Trials, P.O. Box 893, Millbrook NY 12545.

OFFICIALS: TD: Jack Leary, CT (R) Judges: Pres: Karen Winn, KY (R); Dressage Judges: Louise Cox,

PA (R); Frances Cross, MA (r); Gale Fox, NY (R) SJ Judge: Ray Denis, MA CD:X-C: Tremaine Cooper,

MA SJ: Chris Barnard.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Millbrook Horse Trials, Inc. Entry: A: $215.00

I/P: $200.00; T/N/BN: $175.00 Stabling: $175.00; Extra nights: $50.00 Muck Fee: $60.00

(separate check).

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. BN

competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. All changes must be in writing.

Changes or late entries after C.D., are subject to $30 fee. Non-negotiable checks will incur a $30 fee.

Checks drawn on foreign banks, whether or not in U.S. funds, please include $15 processing fee. No

deposit required for pinnies. Pinnies not returned will be charged $25/pinny. Refunds: Before C.D.-

Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-Entry – no refund; Stabling refund only if stall filled. All

withdrawals before C.D. must be in writing (fax or email). Competition cancellation-No Refund. Neg.

Coggins required within 12 months & must accompany entry. Include copies of USEF membership

cards for rider, trainer & owner (preliminary & above) Please include email address on your entry.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Wed: Cross-country course open – 3 pm. Thurs: Dressage (All)- 11:00

am Note: Number of entrants will dictate which day you will ride Dressage. Fri: Dressage (All)– 7:30

am Cross-country (BN, N, T) 8:00 am. Sat: Cross-country (OT,P, I, A) 7:30 am. Show Jumping (BN, N,

T) 8:00 am Sun: Show Jumping (OT,P, I, A) 8 am. This schedule is tentative. Please check website for

possible day/time changes. (www.millbrookhorsetrials.com) Every effort will be made to accommodate

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3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Perpetual Trophies: 1) Mashantum Perpetual Trophy

-A; 2) James Stamets Memorial Perpetual Trophy -A Mare; 3) Michael O. Page Perpetual Trophy -OI; 4)

Dutchess County PHA Perpetual Trophy -YROI; 5) Millbrook Equine Veterinary Clinic Perpetual Trophy

- OP; 6) Barbara Meyer Perpetual Trophy -YROP. PRIZE MONEY - Advanced Division presented by

PRO; Intermediate Division presented by Millbrook Horse Trials.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available after Aug. 1 from secretary. Check web site at www.millbrookhorsetrials.

com and Area I website www.area1usea.org.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited. $175/stall 10 am Wed. to 6 pm Sunday. No horses accepted

before Wed. without prior permission. Please notify management for arrivals after 8:00 pm. Extra

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perm/balance temp. stalls on grounds. $60 clean stall deposit required – write separate check. Stalls must

be inspected before leaving. Bring stall guards. Bedding available for purchase, hay must be ordered ahead

of time -provided by Hunt Country Farm Supply (845) 868-1760. Stable Mng. on grounds 24 hrs/day as

of 8/5. Veterinarian: Millbrook Equine Veterinary Clinic, (845) 677-5500. Farriers: Dwayne Place & Richard

Thomas. Phone #´s at secretary´s stand.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Inverness B&B-5 mi. (845) 373-9521. Hamilton Inn (518) 789-9399. Millbrook

Country Inn B&B (845) 677-9570. Simmon´s Way Village Inn-10 mi. (518) 789-6235. Interlaken Inn (860)

435 9878. Troutbeck (845) 373 9681. Beekman Arms, Rhinebeck (845)876-7077. Or contact Dutchess

County Tourism Agency: (845) 463-4000, or www.dutchesstourism. com.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 1031 Bangall-Amenia Rd, Millbrook, NY 12545 From South: Route 22 to

Amenia. Left (west) on Rte 44 to Dutchess Rte 86 (Bangall-Amenia Road). Right onto Rt. 86 - go approx. 1.5

miles. From Millbrook: Rte 44 east to Dutchess Rte 86. Left onto Rt. 86 – go approx. 1.5 miles. Please

note: if traveling North/South in NY the Taconic Parkway does NOT allow trailers; seek alternate route.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: A-2010 USEF Advanced Test A. OI/YOI-2010 USEF Intermediate Test

B-Std. OP/JYOP-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice

Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Sand & Airfoot mixed.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: A-3800 m @ 570 mpm. All I-3200 m @ 550 mpm. All P-2800 m @ 520 mpm.

All T-2400 m @470 mpm. All N-2000 m @400 mpm. All BN-1600 m @ 350, max. fence ht. 2´6’. All

courses: Moderate to difficult for horses with some experience at this level.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed. Levels may be divided/combined as entries

warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section. Food on grounds. Competitor's Party Sat. Night –

Details to be announced. Camper's OK, hook-ups not available. Some trailers may be parked off grounds

within ½ mile. Follow parking signs carefully! For insurance reasons please respect the following rules: Dogs

MUST be leashed. Loose dogs WILL BE IMPOUNDED, $50 loose dog fine. Motorbikes and ATV´s on car

lanes only. No motorized vehicles in stabling area. USEF Rule GR 301.5 states that no one without a valid

driver´s license may operate any motorized vehicle at any time on competition grounds. Small children

should be closely supervised. Horses must pass on designated routes ONLY.

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SNOWFIELDS HORSE TRIALS

Pownal, Maine (Area 1)

Join us as we celebrate our 20th year!

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ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/21/2011 Close Date: 7/19/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: NBN,PT,TN,N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Sheila Haggan, Secretary 517 George Road Hermon, ME 04401 badpony@

roadrunner.com (207) 944-1948. During event: (207) 944-1948 Web: http://www.maine-eventing.org/

ORGANIZER: Peggy Paine, 19 Woods Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105 (207-781-4189 or 207-415-6562).

Weekend of event, 207-415-6562; E-mail: cdona59557@aol.com.

OFFICIALS: TD: Tom Ordway, ID Judges: Pres: Judy Travers-Lawless, MA Dressage Judge: Willette

Brown, ME CD:X-C: Alan Bellows; Wendy Bellows SJ: MeCTA

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to MECTA. Entry: All Division: $125.00 plus USEA

fees listed on event entry. ($10.00 discount for MeCTA members). Stabling: $35.00. Must be separate

check. Muck Fee: $25.00-MUST be separate check. Post-entries accepted at discretion of event

management.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee includes a $10 non-refundable office fee. Keep the Event Secretary, Sheila,

happy and smiling by including all necessary checks, signatures, forms along with entry. Incomplete

entries will be assessed a $10 fee. Change of horse +/or rider assessed a $10 fee; must complete new

entry form. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $10 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-Entry-Less $10 only

with med/vet. note AND your slot can be filled through consultation with Event Secretary. Stabling-No

refund after CD without vet/med note. Competition cancellation-No refund. Lost pinny fee=$25. Neg.

Coggins required within 12 months for in-state horses/6 months for out-of-state. Copy must accompany

entry. Lost pinny fee $25.00. Do not submit with entry. Note: Hybrid divisions of PT, TN, NBN

- Ride higher level dressage and show jumping tests and lower level cross-country. Year

end points counted towards lower division. NBN division does not need to be member of

USEA, but must pay USEA non-member fee.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country open-3 pm. Sat/Sun: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-10:30 am; Cross-country-2 pm. Sat: Prelim/Training, Training,Training/Novice, and Junior and

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3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Daily Pony Club Award sponsored by Clay Brook Farm.

Danny Trophy & Figure Trophy. See MeCTA Omnibus for details. Additional awards in development to

celebrate the 20 year anniversary.

4) STARTING TIMES: Check MeCTA website www.maine-eventing.org, or check the USEA Area I site,

www.area1usea.org. Send SASE with entry if no web access.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $35/stall/night. $25 stall deposit, separate check - will be destroyed

if stall is left clean. Permanent stabling available off grounds at varying locations. Stall doors/initial

bedding only provided. For stabling location send SASE with entry or check web site: www.maineeventing.org.

Veterinarian: On grounds.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Harraseeket Inn-9 mi. (207) 865-9377 EconoLodge-10 mi. (207) 865-3777.

Super 8 Motel-10 mi. (207) 865-1408. Freeport Inn-12 mi. (207) 865-3106. Hampton Inn - 10 mi.

(207) 865-1400. Comfort Suites- 10 mi. (207)865-9300. Camping: All within 8 miles. Desert of Maine-7

mi (207)-865-6962. Big Sky Acres-6 mi. (207)-688-4288. Blueberry Pond Campground-5 mi., (207)

688-4421.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 450 Lawrence Rd., Pownal, ME 04069. From I-295: Exit 22/

Freeport. From North turn left at end of exit and immediately prepare for sharp left turn.

From the South turn right at end of ramp. As you pass the south bound exit ramp on your left,

prepare to make sharp left turn. Go 4.5 miles to blinker; go straight for 1.2 miles to the first cross-road.

Turn Right (Lawrence Rd.) Snowfields is 1/2 mile on the left.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: All Dressage Tests in small, sand arenas. PT-2010 USEF Prelim A.

T-2010 USEF Training Test B. TN-2010 USEF Training Test A. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B. NBN- USEF

Novice Test A. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: T-2200 m @ 450 mpm. N-2000 m @ 350 mpm. BN-1600 m @ 325mpm,.

Terrain: Hilly fields. All courses: Average difficulty. Show Jumping: In new location on the

grounds. Mostly flat grass area.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed July 17 at 8 pm. Entry limit 60/day. Levels

may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state date preferences on entry. Please make sure entry

is completely filled out with all information and signatures. Water and food on grounds. Dogs must

be leashed at all times! For permission to school XC, must call Patsy O´Brien, (207) 688-4748 or e-mail

dobrien@maine.rr.com.

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AUGUST 8-11

GMHA T3D EVENT AND N3D EVENTING TEST

South Woodstock, Vermont (Area 1)

ENTRY PERIOD: T3D Open Date: 6/7/2011 Close Date: 7/5/2011

N3D Open Date: 6/28/2011 Close Date: 7/26/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS: USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: T3D USEA Recognized Eventing

Test: N3D

SEND ENTRIES TO: GMHA Secretary PO Box 8 South Woodstock, VT 05071 (802) 457-1509,

Fax (802) 457-4471 Web: www.gmhainc.org E-mail: molly@gmhainc.org

ORGANIZER: Green Mountain Horse Association, Molly Hutchins. Address same as secretary.

OFFICIALS: T3D TD: Jim Gornall, MA Judges: Pres: Francis O'Reilly, WA; Eileen Pritchard Bryan, MD,

N3D: Marcia Kulak, NY; John Williams, NC CD:X-CSJ: Janine Preece-McClain, VT

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Mail USEA Entry form 2011 and checks payable to

GMHA. Event Fee: T3D/N3D: $450.00 includes stabling, 8/8/11- 8/11/11 Entries without payment will

not be accepted.

1) ENTRIES: 3 Day Event Qualification Requirements: T3D: Horse and Rider must be registered

members of USEA. Horses and riders must have competed in four sanctioned Training Level Horse

Trials, one as a combination meeting the NQR's. For established preliminary riders, the horse must

have completed 2 Training Level Horse Trials meeting the NQR's. N3D: Horses and Riders must have

comleted in four sanctioned Novice level Horse Trials; two events must have been as a combination

for Novice. NQR's: At each event the rider, or horse, or combination must have completed the entire

trails with not more than 50 penalty points in dressage, no cross-country jump penalties and not more

than 36 points time penalties on cross country, and not more than 16 penalties at obstacles in show

jumping. Please fill out experience section. Junior division competitors will be placed on teams. Levels

may be divided/combined as entries warrant and based on the discretion of show management; state

preferences under Eligible Section and birth date on entry. NOTE: USEA and USEF fees are not included

as part of the entry fee. These association fees must be added to your entry fee, per the itemized Fees

Enclosed section of the Entry Form, totaled with the other applicable fees, and sent to the event with

your entry. Only 2011 USEA Entry Forms will be accepted. All entries must include a copy of a negative

coggins test dated after 8/1/10, only 3 horses may be competed per rider. Entries without payment

will not be accepted. Entries may not be postmarked prior to the opening date. Entry Confirmation

status will be posted on www.gmhainc.org and www.area1usea.org. Double entries: Not accepted.

Membership: USEA membership required at all levels. N#D entrants are exempt from USEA Starter and

Drug Fees. You will be billed $30 for a non-returned pinny All changes must be made in writing, mail,

fax or email acceptable. There will be a $30 change fee for ANY change to an entry after the closing

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bounced checks. Refunds: Scratches received in writing on or before the closing date will be refunded

minus a $30 office fee. No refunds of entry fees after the closing date. In the event the competition has

to cancel, there will be no refunds.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Mon 8/8/11: Must be on grounds by 1 pm for in-barn vet check.

Cross-country course open-3 pm. Tues: 7:30 First Jog up; 8:30 Dressage. Wed: 7:30 Endurance Day.

Thurs: 7:30 Final Jog-up; 8:30 Show Jumping Briefings every evening

3) AWARDS: 3 Day Event : Many awards sponsored by Area 1 Adult Rider Program and others TBD.

4) STARTING TIMES: Tentative times will be posted on www.gmhainc.org and www.area1usea.

org. Official times will be posted in the show office.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: 155 permanent box stalls and 42 portable stalls, all with solid doors.

No bedding or hay provided. Hay and bagged shavings available for purchase, $10 per bale/bag. No

tack stalls available. No refunds on stabling after the closing date, unless show management is able to fill

your stall. Stalls are to be stripped upon departure. The competitor will be billed $50 for a dirty stall. No

non competing horses on grounds.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Woodstock Inn and Resort: 800-448-7900 or visit www.gmhainc.org for full

accommodations list. Town of Woodstock Zoning Prohibits Camping of Any Kind (tents, trailer, camper,

etc) on GMHA grounds.

7) DIRECTIONS: GMHA is on Rte 106 - 6 miles south of Woodstock. From West NY Thruway: To

I-87 Northway to exit 20. Take Rte 149 to Fort Ann, then Rt. 4 east to Rutland then Woodstock. Take

right on Rt. 106 before Woodstock Inn south 6 miles to GMHA. From South: I-91 to Ascutney, exit 8 Rt.

131 west 7 miles to Rte 106 north, 12 miles to GMHA. From East: I-89 north to exit 1 in Vt. Take Rt. 4

west into Woodstock. Then right on Rt.106 south to GMHA. SPEED limit 25 mph strictly enforced

in town!

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes. T3D-2010 USEF Training 3-Day Event Test-Std; Arena two judges.

N3D-2010 USEF Training Test B-Std; arena two judges.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: 3 Day Event Endurance: Training and Novice Levels TBD: Phase A- Roads and

Tracks, Phase B-Steeplechase, Phase C-Roads and Tracks, Phase D- Cross Country

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed July 1. No wheeled or motorized vehicles

on Cross-Country course. Concession on grounds during show hours. Strict Dog Policy - Pets must be

leashed at all times. $50.00 fee for each off-leash occurrence. No dogs allowed on cross-country

course on cross-country day. Horses must wear bridle number when out of stall. Cell phone

coverage is unreliable in Vermont (and non-existent at GMHA). We recommend bringing a calling card

with you.

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GMHA AUGUST HORSE TRIALS

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South Woodstock, Vermont (Area 1)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/28/2011 Close Date: 7/26/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: GMHA August Horse Trials Secretary PO Box 8 South Woodstock, VT 05071

802-457-1509 Web: www.gmhainc.org E-mail: molly@gmhainc.org

ORGANIZER: Green Mountain Horse Assoc, Molly Hutchins. Same as secretary.

OFFICIALS: TD: Jim Gornall, MA Judges: Pres: Francis Cross, MA; Judges: Keith Angstadt, MA;

Francis O'Reilly, WA; Eileen Prithard Bryan, MD SJ Judge: Mary Hutchins, VT CD: X-C/SJ: Janine

Preece-McClain, VT.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Make checks payable to GMHA. Entry fee all levels:

$190.00 Stabling fee: $95.00 for Friday and Saturday night.

1) ENTRIES: Mail USEA 2011 Entry and Stabling forms with check to GMHA postmarked on opening

date, one check per horse and rider combination with negative coggins dated after 8/1/10. Only 3

horses may be competed per rider. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant, based on

discretion of management; state preferences under the eligible section. Confirmation status will be

posted on www.gmhainc.org and www.area1usea.org. USEA membership required at Novice level and

above. Beginner Novice competitors must be USEA members or pay the non-member fee. Preliminary

competitors (rider, owner, trainer, coach) must submit copies of USEF membership card or pay USEF

non member fee. You will be billed $30 for a lost pinny. All changes must be made in writing, mail, fax

or email. There will be a $30 change fee for ANY change to an entry after the closing date; ex. change

of horse or rider or division. There is a $30 fee for any bounced checks. Refunds: scratches received in

writing on or before closing date will be refunded minus a $30 office fee. No refunds of any fees after

closing date. In the event the competition has to cancel, there will be no refunds.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Barns open for arrivals at 10am. Cross country course opens 3pm.

Check program for show jumpin course walk times. Sat: Dressage-7:30am; Show Jumping-10 am.

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3) AWARDS: Trophy and 6 ribbons for each division. GMHA Member special award for best overall

score at any level. Eileen Wilmot Scholarship awarded in the JYOP division sponsored by Birch Hill Farm.

Rozo McLaughlin award tgoes to lowest scoring adult amateur sponsored by Area 1 Adult Riders.

4) STARTING TIMES: Times will be posted on www.gmhainc.org and www.area1usea.org Check

program for official times.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: 155 permanent box stall and 42 portable stalls, all with solid doors.

No bedding or hay provided, available for sale $10 per bale/bag. No tack stalls available. Stalls are to be

stripped upon departure. You will be billed $50 for dirty stall. No non competing horses on grounds. Vet/

Farrier on call Friday, on grounds Saturday and Sunday.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Woodstock Inn 800-448-7900 or visit ww.gmhainc.org for accommodations

list. Town of Woodstock Zoning prohibits camping of any kind on GMHA grounds.

7) DIRECTIONS: From West: NY Thruway to 1-87 northway to exit 20. Take Rte 149 to Fort Ann,

then Rte 4 east to Rutland then Woodstock. Take right on Rte 106 before Woodstock Inn south 6 miles

to GMHA. From South: I-91 to Ascutney exit 8, Rte 131 west 7 miles to Rte 106 north, 12 miles to

GMHA. From East: I-89 north to exit 1 in VT. Take Rte 4 west to Woodstock, Then right on Rte 106 south

to GMHA. SPEED limit 25 mph strictly enforced in Woodstock.

8) DRESSAGE: P- 2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T- 2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N 2010 Novice

Test B-Sm. BN 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Sand and grass arenas.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P -2800m at 520 mpm, T -2400m at 450 mpm, N -2000m at 350 mpm,

BN 1600m at 350 mpm Terrain: hilly, much water, fields and woods.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country is closed July 1. No wheeled or motorized vehicles on

cross-country course. Concession on grounds during show hours. Strict Dog Policy: Pets must be leashed

at all times, $50 fee for each off leash occurence. No dogs allowed on cross-country course on

cross-country day. Horses must wear bridle number when out of stall. Cell phone dover is unreliable in

Vermont and non existent at GMHA. Bring a calling card.

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AUGUST 20-21

HUNTINGTON FARM HORSE TRIALS

South Strafford, Vermont (Area 1)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 7/5/2011 Close Date: 8/2/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: PT,TN,N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Secretary & Organizer Huntington Farm 130 Justin Morrill Hwy South Strafford, VT

05070 (802) 765-4511 Phone/Fax Web: http://www.huntingtonfarm.com/

ORGANIZER: Ann Kitchel Huntington Farm 130 Justin Morrill Hwy South Strafford, VT 05070 (802)

765-4511 Phone/Fax; E-mail: ponybrook732@aol.com

OFFICIALS: TD: Fran Cross, MA. Judges: Pres: Fran O'Reilly, Wa Dressage Judge: Jerilyn Nieder,

NH; CD:XC/SJ: Mary Hutchins, VT

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Huntington Farm. Electronic entries not

accepted. Entry: Per division: PT/OT/TN/ON/BN: $175.00 Stabling: $40.00

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. BN competitors must be USEA

members. Double entries: Not accepted. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee;

After C.D.-Entry/Stabling No refund. $20 charge for division changes after C.D. All withdrawals must

be in writing. Faxes and e-mails accepted. Closing day withdrawals must be phoned in to sec´y before

9 pm & followed up in writing to receive refund. No refunds will be made without written notification

as specified above. Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins required for all horses within

12 months.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: Dressage -( PT,T)-7:30

am. Cross-country (PT ,T)-10:30am. ShowJjumping-1pm. Sun: Dressage-( N,BN,TN)-7:30am.; Crosscountry-(N,BN,TN)-10:30

am. Show Jumping-1 pm. PT: Dressage & Show jumping, preliminary

specifications, Cross-country, training specifications. NT: Dressage & Show jumping training

specifications, Cross-country novice specifications.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Awards sponsored by Bit of Britain. Flashdance

Memorial: Low Score Adult (over 40) Amateur Novice Rider. (Sign up with the secretary)


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4) STARTING TIMES: Available on, www.area1usea.org. Stabling locations will be mailed.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited. $40/stall/night. Stabling will be assigned based on date of

entry. Perm. stalls 0-20 miles of event. Bring your own bedding. Stall doors provided. Further info from

sec´y. All stabling requests must be made before C.D. Veterinarian: Dr. Kirsten Glass (603)795-2747#

will be posted at sec´y´s stand.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Robin Jaccaci B&B-next door. (802) 765-4822. . Cindy White 1.25 mi.

(802) 765-4566. Hampton Inn-20 mi. White River Junction. (802) 296-2800. Super 8-20 mi. (802)

295-7577. Holiday Inn-20 mi. (802) 295-3000. Comfort Inn-20 mi. (802) 295-3051. Idlewood Inn-6 mi.

(802) 763-5326. Roz Finn B&B-2 mi., (802) 765-4500. Housing available in private homes. Contact

Charlotte Faccio (802) 765-4134. Camping: Rest & Nest -10 mi. (802) 785-2997.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: Huntington Farm 130 Justin Morrill Hwy, South Strafford, VT 05070.

From South: I-91 north to I-89 North at White River Junction. Exit 2/Sharon VT. Right 7 miles to South

Strafford. Left at “T’ intersection. Farm 1.5 miles on right. From North: I-89 south to Exit 2/ Sharon VT.

Left to South Strafford. As above.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: PT-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. OT/TN-2010 USEF Training

Test A-Sm. ON-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arena: Sand &

Grass, Perma Flex rubber.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: PT-2400 @ 470 mpm. OT-2200 m @ 450 mpm. TN-2200 m @400.

ON-2000 m @ 350 mpm. BN-2000 m @ 350 mpm. Terrain: Varied: rolling, some hills, good galloping

area. All courses: Moderately difficult.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed July 31. Levels may be divided/combined as

entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date. Food on grounds. No dogs,

please - any dog brought to competition must be secured in parking field at all times.

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AUGUST 21

GREAT VISTA HORSE TRIALS

Fort Plain, New York (Area 1)

Please be aware of important rule changes for eventing: EV114.1 Dress -Protective

Headgear; EV114.5 Dress--Dressage Test; and, EV113.2 (NEW)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 7/5/2011 Close Date: 8/2/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Intro

SEND ENTRIES TO: Erin Keehan PO Box 374 Guilderland, NY 12084-0374 (518) 428-4386 irishelk@

yahoo.com http://www.greatvistafarm.com/schedule.htm EventEntries.com - check, MC/Visa accepted

at Event Entries. By mail, check only.

ORGANIZER: Sarah Dalton-Morris, 556 Paris Rd, Fort Plain, NY 13339.

OFFICIALS: TD: Eileen Pritchard-Bryan, MD Judges: Pres Jack Leary, CT; Dressage Judges: Leonie

Fernandes, NY CD: X-C: Ronan Moloney & Sarah Dalton-Morris SJ: Sarah Dalton-Morris.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Great Vista Farm. Entry: $125 Per Division (BN

riders not USEA members please add $25 non-member fee). USEA starter and drug fee to be added

to entry fee, see entry form for amounts (not applicable for Intro Eventing Test. Pinney Deposit, $10.00;

separate check with entry. Deposit check returned when pinney is returned. Double Entries: $10.00

Stabling: Limited Onsite - $75.00 for the duration (3 nights maximum) with initial bedding. Offsite -

within 0-3 miles from site, $30/night, no bedding provided. Stall Cleaning Deposit: $25.00 (separate

check). Competitors Party: $10.00/additional tickets; competitors free. Returned check fee $30.

1) ENTRIES: Intro EventingTest for riders and horses new to eventing. Refunds: Before C.D.-Entry and

Stabling fee refunded in full; After C.D. Less $25 only if place can be filled from a wait list. Competition

cancellation-No refund. Any changes made to entry after C.D. will be assessed a $25 processing fee per

change. Cancellations by phone not accepted - please send email to ensure withdraw date confirmation.

Neg. Coggins within 12 months required for all horses; must accompany entry (dated no later than

8/21/10).

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Sat: Cross-country course opens-3 pm. Sun: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-10 am; Cross-country-Noon.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division.


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4) STARTING TIMES: Available from sec´y as of Thursday, August 18 on the Area 1 website at www.

area1usea.org or by phone after 6pm. Postcards will not be sent. However emails are sent - Please make

sure your email address is legible on your entry.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited on site stabling: $75 for the duration (3 night maximum),

32 stalls on grounds (first come, first reserved) initial bedding provided. Off-site: 0-10 miles from event,

$30/night, no bedding. $25 stall cleaning deposit required for all stabling - separate check made payable

to Great Vista. Check destroyed if stall cleaned/cashed if not. Feed/Bedding/Hay available for purchase;

further info from sec´y or organizer. Veterinarian: # will be posted at sec´y´s stand, in program & at

stabling.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Heritage Meadows Farm B&B in Ephratah, NY, (518) 568-2997, www.

heritagemeadowsfarm.com. Hazelnut Inn B&B, (518) 993-3346; Inn at Palatine Bridge-8 mi., (518) 673-

2845; A White Rose-5 mi., (518) 993-3339; Gansevoors House B&B-12 mi., (315) 823-3969; Sweets B&B,

(518) 568-7721; Rodeway Inn at Palatine Bridge.-8 mi., (518) 673.-3233; Best Western at Little Falls.-12

mi., (315) 823.-4954; Camping: Crystal Grove Campsite, (518) 568-2914-8 mi. For other local B&Bs,

please visit: cnybb.com.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 556 Paris Rd, Fort Plain, NY 13339. Route 90 (NY Thruway) to Exit 29

Canajoharie; at end of exit turn right on 5S. Stay on 5S in Fort Plain, follow truck route (take right at

light, straight thru second light, at end turn right). Go up Sand Hill, near top of hill, turn left on Paris Rd.

1 mile to Farm on left. Look for large brown barn for secretary and information. Watch for signage from

thruway.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: Arenas: All weather surface. T -2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm.

N -2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN -2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Intro Eventing Test -2010

USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: T-2000 m @ 450 mpm. N.-1900 m @ 400 mpm. BN.-1800 m @ 350

mpm. Intro Eventing Test -300 mpm, 2'3". Terrain: Open field, rolling hills. All courses: Average, for

horses with some experience at these levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed July 18.Riders limited to 2 horses/level, or 4

horses/entire event.

Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and

birth date on entry.

Food available on grounds.

Dogs must be leashed: loose dogs will be impounded; $50 loose dog fine.

Competitors Party: Great food, Saturday, beginning around 6pm at Brown Barn. Competitors free, all

others $10/person; please include with entry.

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AUGUST 27-28

VALINOR FARM HORSE TRIALS

Plymouth, Massachusetts (Area 1)

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AREA I EVENTS

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 7/12/2011 Close Date: 8/9/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: PT,N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Robyn Risso, Secretary Valinor Farm 1067 Old Sandwich Rd. Plymouth,

MA 02360; Phone (508) 224-3332, Fax (508) 224-5683; Email: robyn@valinorfarm.com

Web: http://www.valinorfarm.com/

ORGANIZER: Robyn Risso (same as above) Comp Management: Valinor Farm LLC.

OFFICIALS: TD: TBD Judges: Pres: TBD Dressage Judges: CD: X-C Erin Risso SJ: Erin Risso /

Valinor Farm.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Valinor Farm. Entry: All Levels: $165.00 if

postmarked on opening date or $175.00 if postmarked AFTER opening date. USEA/USEF fees are not

included as part of the entry fee. Stabling: $80.00 per night on grounds. Beginner Novice divisions

offered on Saturday and Sunday. Riders PLEASE state day of choice on entry.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. BN

competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. $25 charge for lost pinny, no

deposit required. Negative Coggins required within 12 months for all horses. Refunds: Before C.D

-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.Entry-Less $25 office fee ONLY if place can be filled

from a wait list. Withdrawals must be in writing or email. $25 fee for all changes after closing date or

non-negotiable check: Changes must be in writing or email. No refunds on stabling after closing date.

Competition cancellation-No refund.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: (PT, T and BN)

Dressage-7:30 am; Show Jumping-11 am; Cross-Country immediately following. Wear XC attire

to SJ. Sun: (N and BN) Dressage- 7:30 am; Show Jumping-11 am; Cross-Country immediately

following. Wear XC attire to SJ. *BN Competitors can choose to ride Saturday OR Sunday. Riders

please state day of choice on entry.


3) AWARDS: Prizes & 8 ribbons per division.

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4) STARTING TIMES: Available at www.area1usea.org and www.valinorfarm.com.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited. $80/stall/night on grounds. Possibly more available offgrounds.

Stabling form must accompany entry, please specify Friday or Saturday night. Competitors

stabling Friday night may arrive between 3 and 9pm on Friday; stalls must be cleaned and vacated by

5pm Saturday. Sunday competitors with stabling may arrive between 5 and 9pm on Saturday, stalls will

not be available before 5pm on Saturday. Stall doors provided, bedding available for purchase, please

order with entry. Veterinarian: Halifax Veterinary Services, (781) 294-8155. # will be posted on board

inside barn.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Hilton Garden Inn-8 mi., (508) 830-0200 The Blue Spruce 5 miles (508)

224-3990 Comfort Inn-10 mi., (508) 746-2800. John Carver Inn-10 mi., (508) 746-7100. Many others.

Camping: Not available on grounds. Several campgrounds nearby. IndianHead Resort- 2 miles 508 888-

3688, Myles Standish State Forest 5 miles.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 1067 Old Sandwich Rd., Plymouth, MA 02360 From the North: Take

Mass Route 3 south to exit 3. Turn left off the exit. Take second right onto Old Sandwich Rd. Farm is 2

miles on right. From the South: Take Mass Route 3 north to exit 2. At end of ramp turn left. Then turn

left onto route 3A north. Follow Route 3A north for approx. 3 miles. Turn left onto onto Old Sandwich

Rd. Farm is approx 2 miles down on left.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: PT-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training

Test A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm.

Arenas: grass or sand.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: T- 2200 m @ 420 mpm. N.-2000 m @ 350 mpm. BN.-1500 m @ 300 mpm/

max fence height 2' 7". All courses: Hilly, moderate for horses with some experience at these levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed by August 1. Water and food available on

grounds. Entry limit 100 per day. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences

under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Dogs must be leashed. No motorized vehicles

allowed on X-Cty. No non-competing horses on grounds. Please contact organizer if you need to

arrive for stabling after 9pm. Parking is limited, please write the size of your trailer on your entry form.

Volunteers greatly appreciated! Official Photographer: Flatlands Foto www.flatlandsfoto.com.

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AREA I EVENTS

AUGUST 27-28

GENESEE VALLEY RIDING AND DRIVING CLUB HORSE TRIALS

Geneseo, New York (Area 1)

US Pony Club Championship Qualifying Rally.

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 7/12/2011 Close Date: 8/9/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,NH,NR,T,BN,BNH,BNR USEA Recognized Tests: Intro

SEND ENTRIES TO: Tina Russell, Secretary 37 Westview Crescent Geneseo, NY 14454 (585) 243-

3739 not after 9 PM; Email: tinarusl@gmail.com; Web: www.gvrdc.org

ORGANIZER: Wezo Pierson, 1661 Murray Road, Victor, NY, 14564, (585) 509-5691; E-mail:

piersonlouisa@yahoo.com

OFFICIALS: TD: Diane McBroom, VA Judges: Pres: Jackie Fischer Smith, OH; Dressage Judge: Janet

Briggs, NH CD: X-C: Jeff Kibbie, PA SJ: Carol Kozlowski

EVENT FEES: Draw checks to GVRDC. All P, T, N, BN competitors should use 2011 USEA entry form;

Intro competitors use entry form on gvrdc.org. Entry: P/T: $165.00; N/BN: $150.00; Intro: $110.00

(please note there are no fees for Intro). Stabling: $100.00; Clean Stall Deposit: $40.00 (separate

check).

1) ENTRIES: All entries include a $25 non-refundable office fee. If event is undersubscribed by CD,

post entries will be accepted - post entry fees after the published close date are P/T=$190, N/BN=$175/

division. Incomplete entries: $10 fee. Entry confirmation will be posted on www.gvrdc.org. Double

entries: Not accepted. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. Intro

competitors are exempt from USEA starter and D&M fees and USEA membership/non-membership

fees. Refunds: Before C.D..-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D. only if entry can be filled

from wait list; Stabling only if stall can be filled from wait list. Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg.

Coggins (within 12 months) required for all horses and must accompany entry.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Stabling opens at Noon; Cross-country course opens at 3 pm.

Sat: Dressage begins 8 am. Sun: Show Jumping begins at 8:00 am; Cross-country begins at 8:30 am.

Beginner Novice and Novice will complete Show Jumping 15 minutes prior to cross-country so riders

should show jump in x-c gear.


3) AWARDS: Prizes & 8 ribbons per division.

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4) STARTING TIMES: Available August 24 on www.gvrdc.org or www.AreaIUSEA.org.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited. $100/stall from Friday Noon to Noon Monday. Enclose

separate $40 refundable check payable to GVRDC clean stall deposit (check will be destroyed when stall

is stripped). 48 permanent stalls on grounds. Shavings only. Bedding available for purchase. Further

info from secretary. Veterinarian: Genesee Valley Equine Clinic (585-889-1170). # posted at event

scoreboard and at stabling.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Quality Inn-5 mi., (585-243-0500); Oak Valley Inn-5 mi., (585-243-5570).

Camping: Parking for RVs, but no hook-ups.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: Roots Tavern Road, Geneseo, NY 14454. From East & West: Thruway Exit

46 to 390 South to Exit 9.-Lakeville. Left off exit (Rt.15 S) for 9/10 mi. to first right on Triphammer Rd. to

end. Left on Rt. 39 to second right on Roots Tavern Rd. Grounds 1/2 mile on left. From South: Rt. 390 to

Exit 7.-Geneseo. Right off Exit. Follow signs to Geneseo. Left on Main St. (Rt. 39). Second left after High

School to Roots Tavern Rd. Grounds 1/2 mile on left. Roots Tavern Rd. is approx. 4 miles from Geneseo.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Intro-2010 USEF

Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: Sand & grass. Warm.-up: Grass.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P.-3000m @ 520 mpm. T -2400m @ 450 mpm,. All N.-2000m @ 375 mpm.

BN-1800 m @ 325 mpm. Intro: Will include logs and miniature versions of traditional cross-country

fences not to exceed 2'2", with no water or ditches. Intro divison will not be timed. Terrain: Water,

ditches & banks. All courses: Inviting but challenging.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed until after event. Show jumping course for

Preliminary may include a natural Liverpool. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state

preferences under the Eligible Section and list birth date on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs leashed.

Owners of loose dogs will be fined $25. Competitors' Party with music by Bob's Brother's Band

on Saturday evening: competitors $10, others $15.

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NOTES


Area Chairman

Steve Symansky

22156 Sam Fred Rd.

Middleburg, VA 20117

(540) 687-6333

ssymansky@gmail.com

USEA National Adult Rider

Coordinator

Cindy DePorter

3759 U.S. Hwy 15

Oxford, NC 27565

(919) 693-9143

areaiiadultrider@aol.com

Area II Adult Rider Coordinator

Ann Baumgardner

15 Bellevue Lune

Washington, VA 22747

(540) 671-0980

ahbaumgardner@yahoo.com

Board of Governors

Area Representatives

Phyllis Dawson

36502 Kidwell Rd.

Windchase Farm

Purcelville, VA 20132

(540) 668-6548

Pwindchase@aol.com

Kaiti Saunders

1320 N. Courthouse Rd.

Arlington, VA 22201

(312) 969-6979

kaiti@umich.edu

Mary Schwentker

223 Buckhorn Rd.

Dry Run Farm

Middletown, VA 22645

(540) 869-7155

Dryrunfarm@gmail.com

Allison Springer

PO Box 193

Marshall, VA 20116

(847) 612-1108

info@allisonspringer.com

Area Treasurer

D.C. McBroom

ponygirl@swva.net

Young Rider Advancement

Coordinators

Chris Donovan

cdonovan03@google.com

AREA II

Young Rider Coordinators

Gwen Dean

917 Old River Rd.

Carthage, NC 28327

(910) 947-5780

gchildean@yahoo.com

Audrey Wiggins

217 Retriever Ln

Carthage, NC 28327

(910) 315-3032

audrey@haganandhagan.com

Area Organizer Representative

Penny Ross

1350 Decator Rd.

Fairfield, VA 24435

(540) 348-1152

vht@cfw.com

Area Website:

www.usea2.net

Affiliate Eventing Association’s

Area Representative

Janet Gunn

11966 Bluegrass Ct.

Nokesville, VA 20181

(703) 594-3139

jgunn@ix.netcom.com

AFFILIATE EVENTING

ASSOCIATIONS:

Blue Ridge Eventing Assn.

Jen Wolz

3600 Ferncliff Rd

Pulaski, VA 24301

540-605-0677

Email: treywolz@yahoo.com

www.breventing.org

Commonwealth DCTA

Janet Gunn

11965 Bluegrass Court

Nokesville, VA 20181

(703) 594-3139

Jgunn@ix.netcom.com

www.cdcta.com

Delaware Valley CTA

Pam Wiedemann

579 Creek Rd

Christina, PA 17509

(717) 529 1063

pamwiedemann@hotmail.com

www.Dvcta.org

Eastern States DCTA

Carey Williams

7-J Dennison Dr.

East Windsor, NJ 08520

(908) 692-1962

cwilliams@aesop.rutgers.edu

www.esdcta.org

French Creek Dressage Assn.

Cherie Gaebel

271 Creamery Rd

Elverson, PA 19520

(610) 761-0918

Email: sedgemere@enter.net

www.frenchcreekdressage.org

Maryland DCTA

Nancy Morris

16219 Dark Hollow Rd.

Upperco, MD 21155

(410) 374-2955

Meurig@qis.net

www.mdcta.org

NCDCTA

Amanda Atkins

2012 Chase St.

Clayton, NC 27520

(252) 671-2175

millereventing@hotmail.com

www.ncdcta.org

Oley Valley CTA

Jane Beck

855 Kurtz Mill Rd.

Mohnton, PA 19540

(610) 856-1242

janewbeck@yahoo.com

www.ovcta.org

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JUNE 4-5

WAREDACA HORSE TRIALS

Unity, Maryland (Area 2)

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ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 4/19/2011 Close Date: 5/17/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

PT,TN,N,T,BN; USEA Recognized Eventing Test: YEH,FEH

SEND ENTRIES TO: Janey Staehle, Secretary 4015 Damascus Rd. Laytonsville, MD 20882 (301) 570-

4191 day, (301) 570-2150 (during competition), (301) 570-0287 (fax)

ORGANIZER: Robert & Gretchen Butts, (same as above) (301) 570-4191 (D), (301) 774-7123 (E)

OFFICIALS: TD: Trish Gilbert, MD Judges: Pres: Jack Leary, CT; Peggy Pariso, MD; Betty Thorpe, MD;

Helen Brettel, VA; SJ Judge: Kathy White, MD C.D:X-C: Robert Butts, MD; OI-David O'Connor, VA

SJ: Kathy White

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Waredaca, Inc. Entry: Per Entry: I: $190.00

P: $185.00; PT: $180.00; T: $175.00; TN: $170.00; N: $165.00; BN: $150.00; YEH: 95.00, plus USEA

$10.00 starter fee; FEH: $55 plus USEA fees Stabling: $50.00 per night per horse Muck Fee: $50.00

(separate check)

1) ENTRIES: All entries include a non refundable $25 fee. Riders are responsible for including a

printed, legible and current email address on entry-all correspondence from secretary will be via email .

Refunds: Before CD, less $25 non refundable fee; After CD..no refund entry or stabling. Competition

cancellation…no refund. Scratches/changes: Must be in writing either Email (events@waredaca.

com) or fax (301 570 0287). Changes to entry between Closing date and the Sunday before the

event: $25. Changes to entry between the Monday before the competition and the event conclusion:

$50. Post Entries: if space allows and post entries accepted, they will be charged an additional $50;

all other refund/scratch/change fees still apply. YEH: YEH Entry Form and additional information can

be found on www.useventing. com and in the Omnibus: Will be scheduled Friday morning/early

afternoon. Horse Trials: Area II Adult Riders, please indicate on the entry form. Separate ribbons will be

awarded. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm Sat: Dressage (I/T/BN)-7:30 am

Show Jumping (I/T/BN)-8:30 am; Cross-country (I/T/BN)-9:00am. YEH/FEH Saturday afternoon Sun:

Dressage (P/N)-7:30 am; Show Jumping (P/N)-8:30 am; Cross-country (P/N)-9:00 am. ***Note: all

riders will have published X-C times being APPROX.30 minutes after your published S-J ride; further

details on website when times are posted; Hybrid divisions (P/T, T/N, I/P) only if entries warrant.


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3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Cash Certificate for 1-3rd place. ADDITIONAL

SPONSORED PRIZES.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available WEDNESDAY, June 1, on WAREDACA.COM; posted by 2:00 PM.; do

not call sec'y for times, please!

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: APPROX 25 STALLS AVAILABLE on grounds AND 40 within ten miles

of event; No initial bedding provided. $50 muck fee required for all stabled, send separate check

with entry. Solid DOORS ON ALL STALLS; Specific ASSIGNMENTS AND directions will be POSTED on

website on June 1. Veterinarian: Dr. Julie Augustine. # posted at secy's stand.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Ask for special horse trial rates for Waredaca available for advanced

reservations by May 15! Holiday Inn-15 mi., (301) 948-8900. GOOGLE GAITHERSBURG OR

GERMANTOWN MARYLAND FOR ADDITIONAL OPTIONS.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 4015 Damascus Rd., Laytonsville, MD 20882 From PA-North: I-70 west

to Rt. 97 south, 9 miles to right onto Rt. 650 Damascus Rd., Farm 1 mile on right. Washington, DC

Beltway (495) to I-270 N. Exit Shady Grove Rd., east. Continue east on Shady Grove to right on Rt.

124. At 4th light, turn right on Brink Rd. Go 5 miles to left on Howard Chapel Rd. At stop sign, turn left

on Damascus Rd. Entrance immediately on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test A-Std. P/PT-2010 USEF Preliminary

Test A-Sm. T/TN-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test-A Sm. BN-2010 USEF

Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: Grass.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I: 3200 m@ 550 mpm. P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. PT/T-2400 m @ 475mpm.

N-2200 m @ 375 mpm. BN-1600 m @ 350 mpm/12-14 jumps. All courses: Average, horses with

some experience at this level. Water at all levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: ALL WEATHER ARENA FOR DRESSAGE AND SHOW JUMPING. Levels

may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date

on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. PLEASE BRING WATER. NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES

ALLOWED ON CROSS-COUNTRY COURSE. TUESDAY JUNE 7, cross-country schooling day, 10 am - 6

pm, weather permitting. Sunday-Unrecognized Starter Event JUNE 26. WEDNESDAY JACKPOT DERBY

JULY 6.

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JUNE 11-12

RUBICON FARM HORSE TRIALS

Leesburg, Virginia (Area 2)

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AREA II EVENTS

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 4/26/2011 Close Date: 5/24/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Sheryl Williams 14060 Rubicon Farm Lane Leesburg, VA 20176 (703) 777-6799

(703) 777-4366 (fax); E-mail: rubiconfarm@lucketts.net Web: http://www.rubiconfarm.com/

ENTER ON-LINE: www.evententries.com Take advantage of Event Entries digital signature, coggins, and

membership card features and save yourself some postage! Otherwise, mail original signature page

(complete with owner, rider, and trainer signatures), copy of current coggins, and checks to Secretary to

complete entry.

ORGANIZERS: Eric & Sheryl Williams, 14060 Rubicon Farm Lane, Leesburg, VA 20176, (703) 777 6799,

rubiconfarm@ lucketts.net.

OFFICIALS: TD: TBD Judges: Pres: Debbie Rodriguez, VA; Susan Carr, MD; TBD SJ Judge: Helmut

Boehme, VA CD: XC/SJ: David O´Connor, VA.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Electronic entries will be accepted at www.evententries.com

Draw checks to Rubicon Farm. Entry: All divisions: $175.00.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. All entry fees must be in US funds

drawn from US banks. ENTER ON-LINE VIA WWW.EVENTENTRIES.COM. For electronic entries, take

advantage of Event Entries digital signature, coggins, and membership card features fax or mail

legible coggins, signature page (complete with Owner, Rider, and Trainer sigs) and checks to secretary

within 5 days of electronic entry (prior to closing). If you wish to pay via credit card, you must do so

via electronic entry at www.evententries.com at time of entry. Double entries: Not accepted. All BN

competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. If oversubscribed, priority

given to USEA members. $25 fee for bounced checks. Refunds: Before C.D.- Less $25 non-refundable

fee; After C.D.-Entry less $25 ONLY if place can be filled from wait list. No refunds or changes after

9 pm, June 6. All scratches/changes must be submitted directly to Sheryl Williams via e-mail to

rubiconfarm@lucketts.net. We are not responsible for messages left on answering machines. $30 fee

for each change after CD. Competition cancellation-No refund. Pinnies not returned=$50, no deposit

required. Current Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for all horses, must accompany entry. All

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2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open 3 pm. Sat: All P/N-Dressage-8 am;

Show Jumping-9 am; Cross-country-10 am. Sun: All T/BN-Dressage 8 am; Show Jumping 9 am;

Cross-country 10 am.

3) AWARDS: Prizes & 8 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available June 8 at www.rubiconfarm.com Emergencies only, call (703) 777-

6799 between 6:30 pm and 9 pm, June 8. Start times will be e-mailed. Please include legible e-mail

address with entry.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Very limited, none on grounds. See www.rubiconfarm. com for

listing of stabling options to arrange for your own stabling. Veterinarian: Total Equine 703 505 2320.

# will be posted at sec´y´s stand.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Idyll Time Bed & Barn (2mi) (703) 443-2992 (www.bbonline.com/va/

idylltime/); (all others 7 miles away in Leesburg) Hampton Inn, (800) HAMPTON; Best Western (703)

777-9400; Holiday Inn (703) 771-9200; Homewood Suites (866) 539-8135. Camping: No camping;

No RV hookups on grounds.

7) DIRECTIONS: (North of Leesburg, in Lucketts, VA). From North: Route 15 S. Left just past

Getty Station onto Rte. 658/St. Clair Road, right at stop sign onto 662/Lucketts Road, 1 mi. on right.

From South: Rt. 15 N into Lucketts. Right onto Rt. 662/Lucketts Road. 1 mi. on left.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: All P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. All T-2010 USEF Training

Test A-Sm. All N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. All BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm.

Arenas: Grass and Sand & Permaflex. Warm-up: Grass.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-3000 m @ 520 mpm. T-2600 m @ 470 mpm. N-2200 m @ 400 mpm.

BN-2000 m @ 350 mpm, Terrain: gently rolling. All courses: Average for horses with experience at

level of entry.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course always closed. Levels may be divided/combined

as entries warrant; state Preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry; if no birth

date listed, senior assumed, if no preferences specified under the Eligible Section, Open is assumed.

Organizer reserves right to cancel divisions. Food available on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. $50

fine for dogs not leashed to a human or otherwise restrained. No camping; No RV hookups on

grounds. OPEN SCHOOLING DAY – TUESDAY, JUNE 14 – SEE FLYER IN COMP PACKET, PROGRAM,

OR WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

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JUNE 11

PLANTATION FIELD HORSE TRIALS

Unionville, Pennsylvania (Area 2)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 4/26/2011 Close Date: 5/24/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Bambi Glaccum, Secretary PO Box 82 1420 Doe Run Rd. Unionville, PA

19375; (610) 347-2024 Tel; (610) 347-1001 /fax (610) 316-0450 (During Event) E-mail:Bambiglaccum@

prodigy.net; Web: www.Plantationfieldhorsetrials.com Enter on-line at www.evententries.com.

ORGANIZER: Plantation FieldEquestrian Events, Inc., c/o Denis Glaccum (address same as above).

OFFICIALS: TD: Mary Coldren, MD Judges: Pres: TBA CD:XC/SJ: Denis Glaccum, PA;

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to PFE Inc. Foreign/Canada add $5 to each entry

fee-US dollars only. Entry: P: $190.00; T/N/BN: $190.00

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Fee waived and change fee waived

on all entries with postmark of April 20-23rd. Double entries: Not accepted. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less

$25 non-refundable office fee, except as noted above, notify sec´y. All entries must have a valid email

address. All changes, refunds, etc. must be written either by email or faxed; After C.D.-Entry-No refund.

$25 changes fee. No changes to entry after June 1st. Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins

required for all horses within 12 months. Not notifying sec´y of intent not to compete will incur $25 fee.

This applies also to no shows.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-9 am; Cross Country – 9:30 am.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 10 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available June 2rd from www.Plantationfieldhorsetrials.com or sec´y,


(610) 347-2024, between 5 pm - 9 pm.

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5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: No stabling. Further info from Denis Glaccum. Veterinarian:

Unionville Equine Center, (610) 932-6800; # will be posted at sec´y.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: The Hilton Garden Inn (official hotel for the horse trials-discount room

rate if booked by April 23) (610) 444-9100 or on line at www.gardeninn.com. Best Western, Rts. 1 &

322, Chadds Ford, (610) 358-9400. Mendenhall Inn Inn Hotel & Conference Center, Rt. 52, Kennett

Pike, Mendenhall, PA-(610) 388-1181. For B&B´s, ; Kennett Steak and Mushroom Restaurant & Motel,

610.444.6531; www.chestercountlinks.com/chester/topic/lodging.

7) DIRECTIONS: GPS Directions: 450 Apple Grove Rd. Coatesville, PA 19320 From South: 95N

to exit 100, N to Rte 1, N to Rte 82 exit. Left at ramp approx. 6 miles through Unionville. From North

95: South to 322 west to Rte 1 south to Rte 82 exit.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-2200-3000 m @ 520 mpm. T-2000-2600 m @450 mpm. N-1600-2200 m

@ 400 mpm. BN-1400-2000 m @ 350 mpm. P moderate for horses moving up. T/N/BN moderate.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed March 1. Riders may be limited on total

rides. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section

and birth date on entry. Food available on grounds. LEASH DOGS! All dogs $2 fee; loose dogs $5

FINE ! NO dogs on course! All LOOSE dogs on course $10 FINE! All fees & fines payable to Fair Hill

Course Building Fund. Trade Fair; wine & cheese party each event day.

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JUNE 18-19

SENECA VALLEY PONY CLUB SPRING HORSE TRIALS

Poolesville, Maryland (Area 2)

Celebrating Seneca Valley's 50th birthday with new obstacles and upgraded prizes!

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/3/2011 Close Date: 5/31/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Kathleen Flynn, Secretary 10740 River Rd. Potomac, MD 20854 (301) 299-

3668; Before 9 pm. Email: svpcht@aol.com Web: http://www.senecavalleyponyclub.org/

ORGANIZER: SVPC Organizing Committee: Pam Blumberg, (301) 717-6121; Nancy Jones (240) 601-

7127.

OFFICIALS: TD: Helmut Boehme (VA) Judges: Pres: Cindy DePorter (NC); Cathy Tucker-Slaterbeck

(MD); Ginna LaCroix, (MD); Sara Smallwood (VA) SJ Judge: Kathy White (VA) CD: XC: Tremaine

Cooper (I); Morgan Rowsell (BN-P). SJ: Morgan Rowsell

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to SVPC Horse Trials. Entry: I: $175.00;

P: $165.00; T: $155.00; N: $145.00; BN: $135.00; Starter Test: $75.00 Stabling: $35.00 per night

(separate check) Muck Deposit: $40.00 (separate check, check destroyed if stall left stripped).

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include $25 non-refundable office fee. Incomplete Entries - will be put on the

wait list until complete. Double entries: Not accepted. Please include current e-mail address

on entry. Copy of current negative Coggins must accompany entry: Neg. Coggins required within

12 months for all horses. Returned check charge $30. $30 charge will be made for lost pinny. Starter

competitors: Membership in USEA or USEF not required for horse or rider. No USEA or USEF drug

or starter fees required. Changes: Any changes after closing date -$25 charge per change. After June

13, 2010, any changes - $50. Refunds: Before C.D.-Full refund minus $25 office fee; After C.D.-Less

$25 ONLY if place can be filled from wait list. Wait list expires 6/15/2010 at 9 p.m. Stabling-Full refund

if sec´y notified by June 9. No refund after that date. Competition cancellation-refunds/rebates will be

provided - amount will be determined after payment of expenses. All withdrawals must be emailed

(svpcht@aol.com) or faxed (301-299-0461 before 9 pm) - NO FAXES ACCEPTED AFTER 6/11/09. No

phone or answering machine scratches accepted. Check weekly status of entries updates online at

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2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm Sat: All I/P/T Sun: All N/BN/Starter

Test Schedule may be adjusted based on entries - check website regularly.

3) AWARDS: Award & 8 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available on or before June 15 at www.senecavalleyponyclub.org. Do not

call for routine times.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited stabling available off grounds. No initial bedding

provided. Shavings only. Stall doors provided. $35/night, separate check with entry made payable

to SVPC and separate check for muck deposit ($40). For further info call Nellie Hanagan at (301)

407-1005. Veterinarian: Haley Kostinas, DVM. (301) 473-4114. # will be posted at sec´y´s office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Courtyard by Marriott-10 mi., (301) 670-0008. Comfort Inn-10 mi., (301)

330-0023. Hilton, 10 mi., (301) 977-8900. Holiday Inn-10 mi., (301) 948-8900. Camping: Hook ups not

available.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 14401B Partnership Rd, Poolesville, MD 20837. From 270 North or

South: Exit 15, Rt. 118 South, to Germantown. Go 6 mi. to Rt. 28. Turn left. Go 0.7 mi to Rt. 112, Seneca

Road (gas station on corner). Turn right. Go 4.2 mi. Turn right onto Partnership Rd. (SVPC Horse Trials

sign on corner) Go 0.7 mi. to Bittersweet Field on right. From Beltway 495: Take River Rd exit #39,

toward Potomac. Go 11.3 mi to stop sign. Turn left at stop sign (still River Rd) & continue 1.4 mi. Turn

right onto Partnership Rd (SVPC H.T. sign on corner). Go 0.7 mi. to Bittersweet Field on right. Alternate

VA Route: From US Rt. 15 outside Leesburg, VA, take White´s Ferry to MD side. Go through Poolesville.

Take right fork outside Poolesville onto Partnership Rd. Bittersweet Field on left. No large rigs allowed

on Ferry.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: All I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test A-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary

Test A-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner

Novice Test A-Sm. Starter Test: USDF Intro Test B. Arenas: Grass.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: All I-3200 m @ 550mpm. P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. T-2400 m @ 470 mpm.

N-2000 m @ 400 mpm. BN-2000 @ 350 mpm. Starter Test: 1200 m @ 275 mpm. Note: All

distances and speeds are approximate. Water at all levels, except Starter. All courses: I-moderately

difficult for horses with some experience at this level. P/T-Moderately difficult with options at many

fences. N/BN-Average, for horses with some experience at these levels. Starter Test - Easy to average,

fun starter test.

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10) OTHER INFORMATION: Starter Test - will be run the same as a USEA/USEF horse trial and,

unless otherwise stated, will follow USEF rules. Maximum height in SJ and XC will be 2'3" -- most

obstacles will NOT be at max height. Membership in USEA or USEF not required for horse or rider.

No USEA or USEF drug or starter fees required. Capital Region Pony Clubs Eventing Rally is run

in conjunction with the Horse Trials and participants will have a dedicated parking area and HM area.

U.S. Pony Club members are exempt from the USEA Membership requirement at the Novice level and

from paying the Beginner Novice non-member fee when competing in team competitions or Pony

Club rallies held in conjunction with USEA recognized horse trials. Horse registration is also exempt at

the Novice level. Cross-country competition course closed after May 15. Competition course open for

public schooling only on scheduled schooling days. Riders may be limited on number of horses for

entire event. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible

Section and birth date on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. No non-competing

horses on grounds; no hacking out on grounds prior to competition date. Practice/hacking

space available at stabling. No motorbikes on x-c while horses are on course. Please follow

instructions from parking attendants for trailer parking. Official schooling days June 22 and

25, from 10 am to 5 pm =$50. No advance registration necessary. Ground person and copy of current

negative coggins required. Minors must have parent/guardian signatures. For further information,

call Donna Willems (301) 580-6764. Horse Trials volunteers receive a free schooling pass; contact HT

Volunteer Coordinator Debbi Ascher at (301) 580-2406.


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JUNE 19

BUCKS COUNTY HORSE PARK HORSE TRIALS

Revere, Pennsylvania (Area 2)

Accepting Post Entries up to June 8th.

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/3/2011 Close Date: 5/31/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: PT,N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Melanie O´Neill 6251 Stump Road Pipersville, PA 18947 (215) 766-7107

E-mail: melanie.oneill@comcast.net Web: http://www.buckscountyhorsepark.org/

ORGANIZER: Bucks County Horse Park Organizing Committee.

OFFICIALS: TD: DC McBroom, VA Judges: Pres: Pam Weidemann,PA Dressage: SJ Judge: Alex

Orr CD: XC/SJ: Susan & Duncan MacRae.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to BCHP. Entry: P/T: $160.00; T: $145.00;

N: $145.00; BN: $110.00 Stabling: $35.00 Muck Fee: $25.00

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee includes a $20 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Accepted. BN

competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. Fee of $25 charged for

changes/additions after closing date. Prelim fees do not apply to P/T Refunds: Before C.D-Entry/

Stabling less $20; After C.D-No refund. Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins required

within 12 months for all horses.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Sat: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sun: Dressage-8 am, Crosscountry-10

am; Show Jumping-Noon.

3) AWARDS: 8 ribbons/division. Dressage: 6 ribbons per division. Special awards: closest to crosscountry

time, horse park member awards-include member number.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available 6/216, by email, send request to melanie.oneill@comcast.net, or on

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5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Off-site. $35/night. $25 cleaning deposit. Stall doors (may be half

doors) & 1 bale shavings provided. Hay/feed/bedding available for purchase.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Plumsteadville Inn-8.8 mi. (215) 766-7500. Hampton Inn-17.8 mi. (215) 536-

7779. Best Western-17.8 mi. (215) 536-2500. Court House Motel Inn 14.6 mi.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 8934 Easton Rd., Revere, PA 18953 From North/West (also NY,

NJ): I-78 to Easton; Follow Rt. 611 South thru Raubsville, Riegelsville, Kintnersville, to traffic signal in

Ferndale. BCHP is exactly 1 mi. south of traffic signal, on right. From Philadelphia/South: Rt. 611

North thru Doylestown, Plumsteadville, Ottsville. Traffic signal at junction of Rt. 412, stay Rt. 611 North.

Horse Park is 2.3 mi. on left. From Central NJ: US Rt. 202 South to Rt. 413 North, to Rt. 611 North,

continue as above.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: PT - 2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A -Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Screenings

and sand.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: PT- 2400 m @ 470 mpm T-2400 m @ 450 mpm. N-2000 m @ 375 mpm.

BN-2000 m @ 350 mpm, max. height 2´7". All courses- Solid courses at each level. Varied terrain,

wood & fields, hills & flat. Check website for status of water. . P/T uses T xc course, will have several

Preliminary questions at Training height. P/T show jumping full Preliminary level.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country open for schooling, until June 11 - $35. Levels may be

divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on

entry. Food on grounds. No mechanized vehicles on cross-country Dogs must be leashed. Check entry

status at www.buckscountyhorsepark.org; Correct mistakes by closing date or be charged the change

fee. Day of show phone - 267-337-4159.

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SUREFIRE HORSE TRIALS

Purcellville, Virginia (Area 2)

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ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/10/2011 Close Date: 6/7/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Mary Coldren, Secretary Surefire Farm HT P.O. Box 196 Cochranville, PA

19330 (717) 529-3254 (717) 529-1908 (fax); E-mail: mcoldren@epix.net NO MAIL OR FAXES AFTER

6/20, USE EMAIL ONLY; Web: http://www.surefireeventing.com/

If doing an electronic entry through EventEntries.com you must submit your payment, signature page

and copy of coggins within 5 days of entering (if not received within 5 days, postmark will be applied to

date on which entry is complete). WHEN MAILING PAYMENT, INCLUDE A COPY OF ENTRY FORM OR

EVENT ENTRIES RECEIPT.

ORGANIZER: Jan Byyny, 20490 St. Louis Road, Purcellville, VA 20132.

OFFICIALS: TD: TBD Judges: Pres: TBD SJ Judge: TBD CD:X-C: Tremaine Cooper, MA

SJ: Jan Byyny, VA;

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Surefire Horse Trials. Entry: I: $200.00;

P: $200.00; T: $170.00; N/BN: $160.00 Double Entries: $25.00 Post Entry Late Fee: $50

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. $25=Lost pinny, no deposit required.

$25 change fee for each change made to entry. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office

fee; After C.D–no refund Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins required within 12 months.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Thurs: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Fri: (all I divisions): Dressage-8

am; Show Jumping-10 am; Cross-country-10:30 am. Sat: (P/T): Dressage-8 am; Show Jumping-10 am;

Cross-country-10:30 am. Sun: (N/BN): Dressage 8 am; Show Jumping-10 am; Cross-country-10:30

am. SCHEDULE IS TENTATIVE. Depending on number of entries, schedule is subject to change. CHeck

website at Closing Date for updates.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 6 ribbons per division. PRIZE MONEY ADDED THIS YEAR. See Website for

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4) STARTING TIMES: Available June 22 on website www.surefireeventing.com

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: All stabling will be off-site in local barns – listing of local barns will

be on the website www.surefireeventing.com Stalls limited, book early. Veterinarian: # will be posted at

sec´y´s office. Vet on grounds for competition.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Approx. 20 miles: Holiday Inn, (703) 771-9200. Comfort Suites, (703) 669-

1650. Best Western, Leesburg, (703) 777-9400. Days Inn Leesburg, (703) 777-6622. Hampton Inn,

(800) HAMPTON. Camping: Not available, no RV hook-ups on grounds.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: Jeb Stuart Rd., Purcellville, VA 20132 From Winchester, VA: Rt. 7 East

to 1st Purcellville exit. At bottom of ramp, turn right. At 7-11 Store, turn right on Rt. 690 South. Travel

6.8 mi. to left turn on Jeb Stuart Rd. Parking at 1st drive on right. DO NOT FOLLOW MAPQUEST

directions turning you onto Snickersville Turnpike to access Jeb Stuart Rd.

• From Leesburg, VA: Rt. 7 West to exit for Rt. 287. At bottom of ramp, turn left. At T-intersection, turn

right. Travel through Purcellville to 2nd 7-11 store. Turn left on Rt. 690 South. Travel 6.8 miles to left turn

on Jeb Stuart Road. Parking at 1st drive on right. DO NOT FOLLOW MAPQUEST directions turning

you onto Snickersville Turnpike to access Jeb Stuart Rd.

• From Middleburg, VA: Rt. 50 West to right turn onto Rt. 611. Travel 6.1 mi. to right turn on Jeb

Stuart Rd. Parking at 1st drive on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test

B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice

Test B-Sm. Arenas: Grass. NOTE TO INTERMEDIATE RIDERS: We are using the 2010 test this

year in a Standard Arena, which is why we will run Intermediate on Friday.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I-2600m @ 550 mpm. P-2400m @ 520 mpm. T-2200m @ 420 mpm.

N-2000 m 350 mpm. BN-1800m @ 300 mpm. Open rolling pastureland, moderate difficulty. Tracks

will be aerated.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course open for schooling after June 27 by appointment.

Call Surefire Farm (540) 338-0797. Concessions available on grounds. Dogs are welcome, but must be

leashed. Water for horses will be provided, but it is recommended that you travel with some if you can.

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HORSE PARK OF NEW JERSEY HORSE TRIALS

Stone Tavern, New Jersey (Area 2)

Run to benefit Jersey Fresh CCI2*/3*

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/17/2011 Close Date: 6/14/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,NR,T,TR,BN,BNR.

SEND ENTRIES TO: Diane Engler, Secretary Horse Park of New Jersey PO Box 419 Cream Ridge ,NJ

08514 (610) 847-9095 (7:00-9:00 pm please and during show).

ORGANIZER: Horse Park of New Jersey/ Jane Cory jane@pleasanthollow.com 215-262-2870.

OFFICIALS: TD: Gale d'Amanda Fox, NY Judges: Pres: Susan Graham-White, MD Dressage: Lisa Cox,

PA; and TBA CD:X-C: Morgan Rowsell,NJ SJ: Morgan Rowsell, NJ.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Horse Park of New Jersey Entry: Per division:

P: $185.00; T: $165.00; N: $ 160.00; BN: $160.00 Stabling: $55.00 Camping: $45.00; $65.00 for 50

amp hook-ups. Must check out with secretary before leaving grounds.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. Use

2011 USEA Entry Form. Electronic entries accepted thru www.EquestrianEntries.com and Xentry. BN

competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. If oversubscribed priority

to USEA members. $35=Lost pinny: Do not send with entry Refunds: Before C.D.-less $25 nonrefundable

office fee; After C.D.-Less $25 ONLY if place can be filled from wait list. Stabling-In full. No

refunds after June 25. Only fax, mail or email withdrawals will be accepted (no phone withdrawals).

Competition cancellation-Stabling only. Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for all horses. Changes

after C.D.-$25/change. USEF membership cards required for P (owner, trainer & rider).

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country courses open - 3:00 pm. Sat: P/TR Dressage Sun: OT,

All N, All BN. Dressage 8:00, Show Jumping: 9:30, Cross Country 10:30 CHECK WEBSITE FOR UPDATES

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3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Other awards TBA during the competition. Award to

competitor closest to optimum time at each level on cross-country.

4) STARTING TIMES: Posted on www.horseparkofnewjersey.com

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $55/stall/night. 275 perm. stalls on grounds. Stall doors only

provided. Bedding available for purchase; further info from secy. No straw allowed. Veterinarian:

Dr. Stephen Dey . will be on grounds during competition, emergency # will be posted at secy's office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Freehold Gardens, (732) 780-3870. Days Inn , (609) 478-3200. Hampton

Inn, (609) 426-1600. Holiday Inn-15 mi., (609) 448-7000. B&B Peacefield Farm, (609) 259-3774.

Camping: Hook-ups. 70 available; $45 per day.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 626 Rte 524, Allentown, NJ 08501 From North & South: New Jersey

Turnpike to Exit 7A (I-195 east) to Exit 11 north to right on Route 524. Horse park on left 1.5 miles. Look

for brown direction signs. From East: Garden State Parkway to Exit 98 (I-195 west) to Exit 11. As above.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice

Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test C-Std. Arenas: All weather

stonedust.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-2700 m @ 520 mpm. All T-2400 m @ 420 mpm. All N-2000 m @ 350

mpm. BN-1900 m @ 350 mpm. Terrain: Rolling, great footing. All courses: P-Moderate course with

options. T/N/BN For horses with some experience at these levels. *Water jump at all levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Open Training, Training Rider, Open Novice, Novice Rider,

Beginner Novice, Beginner Novice Rider. If you do not indicate othereise, will be placed in open

division. Fill out entry completely! Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed - preferably left at home!

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JULY 9-10

THE MARYLAND HORSE TRIALS AT LOCH MOY FARM I

Adamstown, Maryland (Area 2)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/24/2011 Close Date: 6/21/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Mary Coldren Secretary Maryland HT I 1235 Park Mills Rd Adamstown, MD

21710 (717)529-3254; (301)874-0968 fax mdhorsetrials@aol.com www.themarylandhorsetrials.

com http://www.themarylandhorsetrials.com/ Enter online at www.evententries.com (credit cards

accepted) or send the check to the address listed above. All checks must be received before June 30th.

If doing an electronic entry through www.EventEntries.com, you must submit your payment, signature

page, and copy of coggins within 5 days of entering (if not postmarked within 5 days, entry will

be assigned a postmark on the date it is complete).

ORGANIZER: Carolyn Mackintosh, mdhorsetrials@aol.com; (301)514-0111

OFFICIALS: TD: Muffin Pantaze, VA Judges: Pres: Pam Wiedemann, VA, Karen Adams, MD; Peggy

Pariso, MD; Betty Thorpe, MD; SJ Judge: Kathy White, MD CD: X-C: Mogie Bearden-Muller, MD

SJ: Kathy White, MD.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory:: Draw checks to Maryland Horse Trials. Separate check for each

entry. Entry: P: $200.00; T: $195.00; N: $185.00; BN: $175.00 Stabling: $75.00 per night Muck Fee:

$50.00 (separate check) Double Entries: Not Accepted. Post Entry/Late Fee: $50.00

1) ENTRIES: All entry fees must be in US funds; checks must be US checks or money orders from US

banks; no foreign checks. All monies received between June 30th and July 9th must be paid in form of

money order/cash/cashiers check (no exceptions) “Signature Required’ not accepted. Entry fees include

a $25 non-refundable office fee. BN competitors who are not USEA members must include a $25 N/M

fee with entry. $50.00 will be charged for any returned checks. Any change to entry subject to $25 fee

and must be in writing (fax, email or mail). Before C.D. - change of horse and/or rider and/or division

allowed. After C.D. - change of horse or rider (not both) and/or division, space permitting. Absolutely

no telephone withdrawals, changes or stabling requests will be accepted ALL ENTRIES MUST INCLUDE

PRINTED VALID EMAIL ADDRESS: ALL COMMUNICATIONS AFTER CLOSING DATE VIA EMAIL UNLESS

OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ON ENTRY. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After

C.D.- No refunds. Competition cancellation - No refund. $50.00 lost/not returned pinney fee. Neg. 12

month Coggins must be current through last day of competition and must accompany entry. ANY

paperwork received after July 3, add $20 late fee. If space allows and post entries are accepted they will

be charged an additional $50

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm Sat: (P/N): Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-10 am; Cross-country-10:15 am. Sun: (T/BN): Dressage 8 am; Show Jumping-10 am; Crosscountry-10:15

am. Schedule is Tentative. Check website for possible changes to schedule.


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3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Special prizes - high point series cash award, awarded

for points accumulated by competitors entered in all 3 MDHT 2011 Recognized USEA Events. For series

details and entry information, see web site.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available Thursday before on website www.themarylandhorsetrials.com.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: 54 permanent stalls on site with stall doors in addition there will be 50

temporary stalls in the adjoining indoor enclosure. $75.00 per night includes one bale of straw. STRAW

BEDDING ONLY! Include SEPARATE $50 check muck deposit. If Stabling and Muck fees are combined

into one check, the Muck fee will not be refunded. Competitors wishing to stay for the week must make

arrangements through secretary. Bedding/Hay available for purchase ONLY if preordered on stabling

form. Veterinarian: # will be posted at sec´y´s office. Vet on grounds for duration. Farrier - Josh Eggink

(301-418-1237) will be on the grounds.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Comfort Inn, 7300 Executive Way, Frederick, MD 301-668-7272 (7.42 miles)

pet friendly; Main Stay Suites, 7310 Executive Way, Frederick, MD 21704 301-668-4600 (7.42 miles

away) pet friendly; Sleep Inn, 5361 Spectrum Dr, Frederick, MD 21703 301-668-2003 (8.27 miles away);

Residence Inn by Marriot, 5230 West View Drive, Frederick MD 301-660-0010 (8.42 miles); Holiday Inn

Express, 5579 Spectrum Dr, Frederick, MD 21703 301-695-2881 (8.60 miles away); pet friendly Camping:

Not available, no RV hook-ups on grounds.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 1235 Park Mills Road, Adamstown, MD 21710. From Route 15 in

Maryland or Virginia: At Pt of Rocks, turn South onto MD-28 / CLAY ST. At stop sign turn right to

continue on MD-28. Turn LEFT onto PARK MILLS RD. Event is 1.1 miles on left. From I-70 in MD: Exit #

54 onto MD-355 South/ URBANA PIKE. Turn right onto Park Mills Road. Event is 6.4 miles on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: All-weather

footing.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-2600 m @ 520 mpm. T- 2400m @ 420 mpm. N-2000 m 350 mpm.

BN-1600 m @ 325 mpm. Footing is old established turf, good footing; will be aggravated and watered.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: New addition, tracks and features to the xctry course. Competition

Cross-country course open for schooling for the week of July 18. 10a – 6 p. weather permitting. Crosscountry

schooling course open daily by appointment (301)514-0111. See website for details www.

themarylandhorsetrials.com Wine & cheese party each event day for competitors and volunteers. All

dogs must be leashed per USEF rule GR 301.6. Failure to comply may result in elimination and fine. No

dogs on course. Concessions available on grounds. No motorized vehicles on course. Water on grounds

but it is advised to bring your own. Non-competing horses require Neg. 12 month Coggins through last

day of event. To stay up to date on the new course additions, clinics, schooling and entry information,

become a fan of the Maryland Horse Trials on Facebook.

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JULY 16-17

THE MARYLAND HORSE TRIALS AT LOCH MOY FARM II

Adamstown, Maryland (Area 2)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/31/2011 Close Date: 6/28/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Mary Coldren, Secretary Maryland HT II 1235 Park Mills Road Adamstown, MD

21710 (717) 529-3254, (301)874-0968 fax, MDhorsetrials@aol.com www.themarylandhorsetrials.

com http://www.themarylandhorsetrials.com/ Enter online at www.evententries.com (credit cards

accepted) or send the check to the address listed above. All checks must be received prior to July 3rd.

(Section 1).

If doing an electronic entry through www.EventEntries.com, you must submit your payment, signature

page, and copy of coggins within 5 days of entering (if not postmarked within 5 days, entry will

be assigned a postmark on the date it is complete).

ORGANIZER: Carolyn Mackintosh, mdhorsetrials@aol.com (301)514-0111

OFFICIALS: TD: Brian Ross, VA Judges: Pres: Susan Graham White, MD; Karen Adams, MD; Peggy

Pariso, MD; Betty Thorpe, MD; Sara Smallwood, VA SJ Judge: Kathy White, VA CD: X-C: Mogie

Bearden-Muller, MD, I: Tremaine Cooper, VA SJ: Kathy White, VA.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Maryland Horse Trials. Separate check for

each entry. Entry: I: $205.00; P: $200.00; T: $195.00; N: $185.00 BN: $175.00; Stabling: $75.00 per

night. Muck Fee: $50.00 (separate check) Double Entries: Not accepted. Post Entry/Late fee:

$50.00.

1) ENTRIES: All entry fees must be in US funds; checks must be US checks or money orders from US

banks; no foreign checks. All monies paid between July 4th and July 18th must be in form of money

order/cash/cashiers check (no exceptions) Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. All BN

competitors who are not USEA members must pay a $25 non-member fee. $50.00 will be charged

for any returned checks. Any change to entry subject to $25 fee and must be in writing (fax, email or

mail). Before C.D. - change of horse and/or rider and/or division allowed. After C.D. - change of horse

or rider (not both) and/or division, space permitting. Absolutely no telephone withdrawals, changes or

stabling requests will be accepted. ALL ENTRIES MUST INCLUDE PRINTED VALID EMAIL ADDRESS;

ALL COMMUNICATIONS AFTER CLOSING DATE VIA EMAIL UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ON

ENTRY. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.- No refunds. Competition

cancellation-No refund. Neg. 12 month Coggins must be current through last day of competition and

must accompany entry. ANY paperwork received after July 10, add $20 late fee. If space allows and post

entries are accepted they will be charged an additional $50.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: (I/T/BN): Dressage-8 am;

Show Jumping-10 am; Cross-country-10:15 am. Sun: (P/N): Dressage 8 am; Show Jumping-10 am;

Cross-country-10:15 am. Schedule is Tentative. Check website for possible changes to schedule.


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3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Other awards TBA during the competition.

Special prizes - High point series cash award, awarded for points accumulated by competitors entered

in all 3 MDHT 2011 Recognized USEA Events. For series details and entry information, see web site.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available Thursday before on website www.themarylandhorsetrials.com

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: 54 permanent stalls in addition there will be 50 temporary stalls

in the adjoining indoor enclosure. $75 per night includes one bale of straw. STRAW BEDDING ONLY!

Include a SEPARATE $50 check muck deposit. Competitors wishing to stay for the week must make

arrangements through secretary. Bedding/Hay available for purchase ONLY if preordered on stabling

form. Veterinarian: # at Secretary's stand, Vet on grounds for duration. Farrier - Josh Eggink (301-418-

1237) will be on the grounds.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Comfort Inn, 7300 Executive Way, Frederick, MD 301-668-7272 (7.42 miles)

pet friendly; Main Stay Suites, 7310 Executive Way, Frederick, MD 21704 301-668-4600 (7.42 miles

away) pet friendly; Sleep Inn, 5361 Spectrum Dr, Frederick, MD 21703 301-668-2003 (8.27 miles away);

Residence Inn by Marriot, 5230 West View Drive, Frederick, MD 301-660-0010 (8.42 miles);Holiday

Inn Express, 5579 Spectrum Dr, Frederick, MD 21703 301-695-2881 (8.60 miles away) pet friendly.

Camping: Not available, no RV hook-ups on grounds.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 1235 Park Mills Road, Adamstown, MD 21710 From Route 15 in

Maryland or Virginia: At Pt of Rocks, turn South onto MD-28 / CLAY ST. At stop sign turn right to

continue on MD-28. Turn LEFT onto PARK MILLS RD. Event is 1.1 miles on left. From I-70 in MD: exit

# 54 onto MD-355 South/ URBANA PIKE. Turn right onto Park Mills Road. Event is 6.4 miles on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: All I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test A-Std. All P-2010 USEF

Preliminary Test A-Sm. All T-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. All N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm.

BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Dressage Arenas: all-weather footing.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: ALL I- 3200 m @ 550 mpm. All P-2600 m @ 520 mpm. All T-2400 m @ 420

mpm. All N-2000 m 350 mpm. All BN-1600 m @ 325. mpm. Footing is old established turf, good

footing, will be aggravated and watered. BN/N good confidence building courses no change from week

1. T/P less difficult than week 1, with the idea of being good move up courses for confident qualified

horse/rider combinations. OI moderate. SJ and Dressage. Arenas: all-weather footing.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: New additions, tracks and features to the xctry course for 2011.

Competition Cross-country course open for schooling for the week of July 18. 10a – 6 p. weather

permitting. Cross-country schooling course open daily by appointment (301)514-0111. See website

for details www.themarylandhorsetrials.com Wine & cheese party each event day for competitors

and volunteers. All dogs must be leashed per USEF rule GR 301.6. Failure to comply may result in

elimination and fine. No dogs on course. Concessions available on grounds. No motorized vehicles

on course. Water on grounds but it is advised to bring your own. Non-competing horses require Neg.

12 month Coggins through last day of event. To stay up to date on the new course additions, clinics,

schooling and entry information, become a fan of the Maryland Horse Trials on Facebook.

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JULY 24

OLNEY FARM HORSE TRIALS

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Joppa, Maryland (Area 2)

Accepting Post Entries up to July 20th - Full refund if entry made by closing date.

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/7/2011 Close Date: 7/5/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: TN,N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Olney Farm HT PO Box 18 Benson, MD. 21018 olneyfarm@gmail.com

ORGANIZERS: Org: Ami Howard, 1001 Old Joppa Rd., Joppa, MD, 21085 (410) 877-7690;

ahoward152@msn.com Co-org: Donna Cox, DEMC6@comcast.net.

OFFICIALS: TD: Seema Sonnad, PA; Judges: Pres GJ: Earlen Haven, DE; Dressage:

Celia Vornholt, MD SJ Judge: Cathy Tucker-Slaterbeck, MD CD: XJ: Ami Howard SJ: Ami Howard

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Olney Farm. Entry: Per division: T,T/N,N:

$150.00 BN: $140.00 Post entries accepted after closing date: add $15.00 Stabling: $ 40.00 Stall

Deposit: $25.00 (separate check; muck fee).

1) ENTRIES: All entries include a $25 non-refundable office fee. No grounds fee. Double entries:

Accepted, $25. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. No deposit

required for pinny. Lost pinney $25. Refunds: Before C.D.- In full less office fee; After C.D.-Entry/

Stabling- Less $25 non-refundable office fee ONLY if place can be filled from waiting list. USEA fees

returned if no wait list. Accept phone cancellation to sec´y or email with reply from sec stating that it has

been received. Entries made the first week of opening may be changed or cancelled without penalty up

until 1 week before competition. $25 fee for change of division after C.D. Competition cancellation-Full

refund. Add $10 to entry for competition cancellation insurance (full refund). Neg. Coggins within 1 year

required for all horses. www.olneyfarm.com for info.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Sat: Cross-country course open -3 pm. Sun: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-10 am; Cross-country-10:20 am.

3) AWARDS: Trophyand 8 ribbons per division.


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4) STARTING TIMES: Email to secretary or will be posted on website: www.olneyfarm.com. Posted

at barn (410) 877-1887, July 27.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited. $40/stall/night. Some perm. stalls on grounds. Perm. stalls

approx. 5 mile from event. Stall doors & 1 bag shavings provided. $25 muck fee in separate check: Will

be torn up if stall is stripped/cleaned. Veterinarian: Manor Equine, (410) 472-3545. # will be posted at

sec´y.´s stand & on scoreboard.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Hampton Inn 410-670-6000; Holiday Express Inn 410-676-6069; La Quinta

Inn 410-676-6969.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 1001 Old Joppa Rd., Joppa, MD 21085 From North: I.95 to Exit 74: Turn

right end of exit ramp, 3 miles to light, right on Old Joppa Rd., 1/2 mile on right. From South: Turn

left (towards Fallston) at light at end of exit ramp (MD 152), 3 miles to light, right on Old Joppa Rd. 1/2

mile on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: T/TN-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test

B-Sm. BN-2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: New footing Sand & Rubber indoor, Sand &

rubber outdoor, grass warm-up.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: T-2400 m @ 420 mpm; TN/N-2000 m @ 375 mpm; BN-1600 m @ 325

mpm/max height 2'7" h. Terrain: Rolling hills. Courses: BN . good for first time at this recognized level.

N/T -Average, for horses with some experience at these levels. Water, banks & ditches. All courses

updated.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: TN division will show jump w/T. Cross country may include opt T

fences. Cross-country course closed June 21. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant;

state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Prize list available from sec fy or

website: www.olneyfarm.com. Dogs must be leashed. Food available; Free drinks and snacks for course

walk. Bring water. Water provided for bathing horses; ice, if weather/humidity index high. New parking

area; new show jumping area. Cross country clinic May 28th. See Olney Farm website for more

information. A beginner- firendly event!

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JULY 30-31

HORSE PARK OF NEW JERSEY HORSE TRIALS

Stone Tavern, New Jersey (Area 2)

Run to benefit Jersey Fresh CCI2*/3*

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/14/2011 Close Date: 7/12/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,NR,T,TR,BN,BNR

SEND ENTRIES TO: Mail entries to: Horse Park of NJ PO Box 419 Cream Ridge, NJ 08514 Diane Engler,

Secretary (610) 847-9095 (7 pm - 9 pm )(609) 259-1881 (10/16 Noon to end of competition).

ORGANIZER: Horse Park of New Jersey/ Jane Cory jane@pleasanthollow.com 215-262-2870.

OFFICIALS: TD:Roger Haller ,GA Pres of Ground Jury: Gretchen Butts, MD Other judges: Lisa Cox

PA, Eileen Pritchard-Bryan MD; SJ Jumping Judge: June Marsh, NJ CD:X-C: I: John Williams, NC;

P/T/N/BN: Morgan Rowsell,NJ SJ: Morgan Rowsell, NJ.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Horse Park of New Jersey Entry: Per division:

I/P: $185.00; T: $165.00; N: $ 160.00; BN: $160.00 Stabling: $55.00 Camping: $45.00; $65.00 for 50

amp hook-ups. Must check out with secretary before leaving grounds.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. Use

2011 USEA Entry Form. Electronic entries accepted thru www.EquestrianEntries.com and Xentry. BN

competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. If oversubscribed priority

to USEA members. $35=Lost pinny: Do not send with entry Refunds: Before C.D.-less $25 nonrefundable

office fee; After C.D.-Less $25 ONLY if place can be filled from wait list. Stabling-In full. No

refunds after July 16. Only fax, mail or email withdrawals will be accepted (no phone withdrawals).

Competition cancellation-Stabling only. Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for all horses. Changes

after C.D.-$25/change. USEF membership cards required for P/I (owner, trainer & rider).

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country courses open-3 pm. Sat: I/P/TR Dressage Sun: OT, All

N, All BN: Dressage 8:00; Show Jumping 9:30, Cross Country- 10:30 Check website for updates/

changes to schedule.


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3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Other awards TBA during the competition. Award to

competitor closest to optimum time at each level on cross-country.

4) STARTING TIMES: Posted on internet at www.horseparkofnewjersey.com

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $55/stall/night. 275 perm. stalls on grounds. Stall doors only

provided. Bedding available for purchase; further info from secy. No straw allowed. Veterinarian:

Dr. Stephen Dey . will be on grounds during competition, emergency # will be posted at secy's office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Freehold Gardens, (732) 780-3870. Days Inn , (609) 478-3200. Hampton

Inn, (609) 426-1600. Holiday Inn-15 mi., (609) 448-7000. B&B Peacefield Farm, (609) 259-3774.

Camping: Hook-ups. 70 available; $45 per day.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 626 Rte 524, Allentown, NJ 08501 From North & South: New Jersey

Turnpike to Exit 7A (I-195 east) to Exit 11 north to right on Route 524. Horse park on left 1.5 miles. Look

for brown direction signs. From East: Garden State Parkway to Exit 98 (I-195 west) to Exit 11. As above.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice

Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test C-Std. I-2010 USEF

Intermediate B-Std. Arenas: All weather stonedust.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I- 3200 m @ 550 mpm; P-2700 m @ 520 mpm. All T-2400 m @ 420 mpm.

All N-2000 m @ 350 mpm. BN-1900 m @ 350 mpm. Terrain: Rolling, great footing. All courses:I/

P-Moderate course with options. T/N/BN For horses with some experience at these levels. *Water jump

at all levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed July 1. Divisions: Intermediate,

Preliminary, Open Training, Training Rider, Open Novice, Novice Rider, Beginner Novice,

Beginner Novice Rider. If you do not indicate othereise, will be placed in open division. Fill out entry

completely! Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed - preferably left at home!

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AUGUST 6

FAIR HILL INTERNATIONAL HORSE TRIALS

Elkton, Maryland (Area 2)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/21/2011 Close Date: 7/19/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T

SEND ENTRIES TO: Enter online at www.evententries.com or Mail to: Mary Coldren, Secretary Fair Hill

International 378 Fair Hill Drive Elkton, MD 21921 (410) 398-6911; (410) 398-5020 (fax) (302) 547-0695

during event email: horsetrials@fairhillinternational.com http://www.fairhillinternational.com/. If doing

an electronic entry through EventEntries.com you must submit your payment, signature page and copy

of coggins within 5 days of entering (if not received within 5 days, postmark will be applied to date on

which entry is complete). WHEN MAILING PAYMENT, INCLUDE A COPY OF ENTRY FORM OR EVENT

ENTRIES RECEIPT.

ORGANIZER: Fair Hill International Horse Trials Committee (address same as above). Comp

Management: Fair Hill International, Inc.

OFFICIALS: TD: Sally Ike, NJ Judges: Pres: Jan Conlon, MD; Phoebe deVoe Moore; KC Van Dyck,

DE CD:X-C/SJ: Trish Gilbert, MD.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Fair Hill International, Inc. No foreign

checks(U.S. dollars only) Entry: Per division: I: $225.00; P: $225.00; T: $185.00; N:

$185.00 Stabling: $45.00/night Muck fee: $35.00 (separate check) Double entries: $25.00

Camping: $45.00/night. Post Entry/Late fee: $50.00.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. $30 fee for bounced checks. $50

charge for lost pinney. Include printed, legible and current email address on entry. All correspondence

from secretary will be via email. Refunds: Before C.D.- Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-

Entry/Stabling-No refund. Competition cancellation-No refund. Scratches/Changes must be in writing

via mail, fax, email only. A fee will be charged for any changes made to entry: $30/change fee, $50

changes after August 1. ANY paperwork received after August 1, add $50 fee. Neg. Coggins required

within 12 months for all horses. If space allows and post entries are accepted they will be charged an

additional $50.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-10 am; Cross-country-10:15 am. NOTE: This is a Tentative Schedule! If entries

warrant, some divisions may be run on Sunday. Check website for updates at closing date.


3) AWARDS: 8 ribbons per division.

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4) STARTING TIMES: Available Wednesday, August 3 after 6 pm on the web:

www.fairhillinternational.com.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $45/stall/night. $35 separate check for clean stall deposit required.

120 perm. stalls on grounds. Bring stall guards. Some stalls DO NOT HAVE DOORS. Straw bedding

ONLY. 1 bale of straw/stall provided. PRE-ORDER any additional straw or any hay needed from

sec'y by July 27. If additional bedding/hay is not pre-ordered, it will NOT be available for purchase.

Veterinarian: # posted at sec'y office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Visit our website for a complete listing. La Quinta Inn and Suites-7 mi,

(410) 620-9494 - Mention Fair Hill Int for a DISCOUNTED RATE. Comfort Inn, Northeast, MD-12 mi.,

(410) 287-7100. Holiday Inn Express, Northeast, MD (410)287-0008. Best Western, Northeast, MD

(410)287-5450. Hampton Inn (410-398-7777. Motel 6-7 mi., (410) 392-5022. Econo Lodge-7 mi,(410)

392-5010. Knight's Inn-7 mi., (410) 392-6680. Camping: On grounds limited, $45/night for hook-up;

$25/night primitive.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 4600 Telegraph Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 From North: I-95 or NJ Turnpike

south over Delaware Memorial Bridge, take exit 109A (Rt. 279 Elkton) to Rt. 213, right on 213 North

to right on Rt. 273 East. Show grounds immediately on right. From South: I-95 to Exit 100. Left off

ramp on Rt. 272 North, 5 mi. to Rt. 273 East 6 mi., go through intersection of Rt. 213. Show grounds

immediately on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena size: I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test

B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Sand & stonedust/

rubber.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I-3300 m @ 550 mpm. P-3000 m @ 520 mpm. T-2600 m @ 470 mpm.

N-2200 m @ 400 mpm. All courses: Average, for horses with some experience at this level.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: IMPORTANT: IMPORTANT: NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES allowed on

park land by MD state law - leave the mini-bikes at home. Cross-country not open for schooling,

except during scheduled times as listed on website. Levels may be divided/combined if entries

warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs

must be leashed or owners will be fined $40 per violation by MD DNR, and riders may be eliminated

as per USEF rule GR 301.6 Contact sec'y or see website for information on starter horse trials & crosscountry

schooling at Fair Hill.

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AUGUST 13-14

WAREDACA FARM HORSE TRIALS

Unity, Maryland (Area 2)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/28/2011 Close Date: 7/26/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: IP,I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

PT,TN,N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: YEH-5,YEH-4,FEH

SEND ENTRIES TO: Janey Staehle, Secretary 4015 Damascus Rd. Laytonsville, MD 20882 (301) 570-

4191 day (301) 570-2150 (during competition) (301) 570-0287 (fax); Web: http://www.waredaca.com/

ORGANIZERS: Robert & Gretchen Butts, (same as above) (301) 570.-4191 (D), (301) 774.-7123 (E).

OFFICIALS: TD: Cindy DePorter, NC Judges: Pres GJ: Brian Ross, VA Dressage Judges: Peggy

Pariso, MD; Pam Wiedemann, PA; Betty Thorpe, MD SJ Judge: Kathy White, VA C.D:X-C: Robert

Butts, MD BN -P; David O'Connor, I C.D. SJ: Kathy White all levels FEH and YEH: Brian Ross, Pam

Wiedemann, Cathy Tucker-Slaterbeck.

EVENT FEES: Draw checks to Waredaca, Inc. Entry: Per Entry: I: $195.00; P: $190.00; PT: $180.00;

T: $180.00; TN: $170.00; N: $170.00; BN: $165.00; YEH: $95.00, plus a $10 USEA Starter Fee; FEH:

$70.00, plus a $10 USEA Starter Fee. Stabling: $50.00 limited number; Muck Fee: $50.00 (separate

check). No initial bedding supplied; shavings can be pre ordered; check website for details. All stabling

assignments and updates POSTED ON WEBSITE AUGUST 10.

1) ENTRIES: All entries include a non refundable $25 fee. Riders are responsible for including a

printed, legible and current email address on entry-all correspondence from secretary will be via email.

Refunds: Before CD, less $25 non refundable fee. After CD..no refund entry or stabling. Competition

cancellation…no refund. Scratches/changes: Must be in writing either Email (events@waredaca.

com) or fax (301 570 0287). Changes to entry between Closing date and the Sunday before the event:

$25. Changes to entry between the Monday before the competition and the event conclusion: $50.

Post Entries: if space allows and post entries accepted, they will be charged an additional $50; all

other refund/scratch/change fees still apply. YEH: YEH Entry Form and additional information can

be found on www.useventing. com and in the Omnibus: Will be scheduled Friday morning/early

afternoon. Horse Trials: Area II Adult Riders, please indicate on the entry form. Separate ribbons will be

awarded. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: XC courses for all levels open 3 PM Sat: Dressage (I/T/BN)-

7:30 am Show Jumping (I/T/BN)-8:30 am; Cross-country (I/T/BN)-9:00am. YEH/FEH SATURDAY

AFTERNOON Sun: Dressage (P/N)-7:30 am; Show Jumping (P/N)-8:30 am; Cross-country (P/N)-9:00

am. ***Note: compressed schedule will be in effect: all riders will have published show jumping times

and published X-C times being APPROX.30 minutes after your S-J ride; further details on website when

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3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Cash Certificate for 1-3rd place. MANY ADDITIONAL

SPONSORED PRIZES.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10 on WAREDACA.COM; posted by 2:00 PM.

Do not call sec´y for times, please!

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Stabling: $50 on grounds; limited number. Muck fee: $50.00

(separate check). No initial bedding supplied; shavings can be pre ordered; check website for

details. All stabling assignments and updates POSTED ON WEBSITE. COMPETITION

Veterinarian: Dr. Julie Augustine. # posted at secy´ s stand. ON CALL. Veterinarian: Damascus Equine

Associates 301 253 3992.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: OFFICIAL HOTEL: HOLIDAY INN OF GAITHERSBURG MD - Ask for special

horse trial rates for Waredaca available for advanced reservations by August 1! 15 mi. Gaithersburg MD,

(301) 948.-8900.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 4015 Damascus Rd., Laytonsville, MD 20882 From PA-North: I-70 west

to Rt. 97 south, 9 miles to right onto Rt. 650 Damascus Rd., Farm 1 mile on right. Washington, DC

Beltway (495) to I.-270 N. Exit Shady Grove Rd., east. Continue east on Shady Grove to right on Rt.

124. At 4th light, turn right on Brink Rd. Go 5 miles to left on Howard Chapel Rd. At stop sign, turn left

on Damascus Rd. Entrance immediately on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: I/IP-2010 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std. P/PT-2010 USEF

Preliminary Test B-Sm. T/TN-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test-B Sm. BN-2010

USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Performance Arenas: ALL WEATHER FOOTING; grass warm up.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I-3200 m@ 550 mpm. IP/P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. PT/T-2400 m @

450mpm. TN/N-2000 m @ 400 mpm. BN-1600 m @ 350 mpm/12-14 jumps.-max. fence height 2'f

6". All courses: Average, horses with some experience at this level. Water at all levels. Gently rolling

terrain.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: ALL WEATHER ARENA FOR DRESSAGE AND SHOW JUMPING.

Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and

birth date on entry.

Food on grounds.

Dogs must be leashed.

PLEASE BRING WATER.

NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES ALLOWED ON CROSS-COUNTRY COURSE AT ANY TIME

CROSS COUNTRY SCHOOLING DAY TUESDAY AUGUST 16, 10 am - 6 pm, weather permitting.

SHAVINGS CAN BE ORDERED IN ADVANCE.

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AUGUST 20-21

DIFFICULT RUN FALL HORSE TRIALS

Herndon, Virginia (Area 2)

Individual Tests of Choice offered at BN, N,T, and P in all phases.

Youth Team Challenge - 21 and under, teams may ride at mixed levels Adult Rider

Divisions including Team Competition.

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 7/5/2011 Close Date: 8/2/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: JoAnn Nelson Difficult Run H.T. Secretary 13716 Rosetree Court Chantilly, VA

20151 Phone number during event only: 703-598-2828 Email: nelsonjoann@aol.com. Website: http://

drpc.ponyclub.org/

ORGANIZER: Difficult Run P.C. Organizing Committee, Chairman, Myra McKitrick, 703.771.0955

OFFICIALS: TD: Helmut Boehme, VA Judges: Pres: Debbie Rodriquez, VA; Dressage: Gina LaCroix,

MD; SJ Judge: Georgine Winslett, CD:X-C: Morgan Rowsell, NJ, SJ: Georgine Winslett

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to DRPC. Entry: BN: $135.00; N/T: $140.00;

P: $145.00 Stabling: $75.00 per weekend or $45.00 per night. Muck Fee Deposit: $ 40.00, separate

check for deposit preferred.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. Note: Association and drug fees

payable to USEA and USEF are no longer included in the entry fee – refer to the fee section of the

entry form for payment amounts. These fees shall be sent to the competition with your entry form for

each horse (i.e. total with all fees are P=$173; T/N =$160; BN=$155.) A single check for the full amount

is preferred. Each rider/horse change after C.D. but on or before August 16 is $25. Each rider/horse/

division change after August 16 is $40. If there are insufficient entries on the closing date, entries will be

accepted until there are no longer any open slots. Entries accepted after CD must pay an additional $25

office fee before August 16 and $40 after August 16. Bounced check fee: $25. Double entries: accepted

with $25 extra fee. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. If

oversubscribed, priority given to USEA members. $25=Lost pinny (deposit not required). Refunds:

Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D. Entry less Stabling-Less $25 only if place

can be filled from wait list. All scratches must be given to the sec´y directly, preferably by email. Not

responsible for scratches or changes left on answering machine. Competition cancellation-Minimum

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must accompany entry (or be received by secretary at least one week before competition and entry

should indicate date it will be sent). Please include email address. If AREA II Adult Rider, please

indicate on entry as we will have special divisions and Team competition if entries warrant. Youth

Team Challenge (21 and under): please indicate on entry whether you are part of a pre-arranged

team of wish to be assigned to a team. See website for details.

Tests of Choice: Each rider/horse combination may enter any combination of up to three tests, but

any horse may only enter 2 XC tests including the Horse Trials phase. Horses may be ridden by up to

two different riders. Riders entering a Training XC test must have successfully completed at least one

schooling or USEA Horse Trials at Novice. Riders and horses entering a Preliminary XC test must meet

the USEF requirements for competing at that level. A complete Prize List and entry form for individual

Tests of Choice are available on the website.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Please see Other Information below. Fri: Stables open-2 pm; Cross.country

course open.-3 pm. Sat: Dressage (P/BN)-8 am; Show Jumping: P-11 am; BN 1 pm. Cross.country

(P/BN) 20 minutes after Show Jumping. Sun: Dressage (T/N) 8 am; Show Jumping: T -11 am;

N - pm; Cross.-country (T/N) 20 minutes after Show Jumping. Schedules may be switched if entries

warrant. Updates to schedule will be posted on DRPC website. It is also possible that P and/or T may

take place over two days.

3) AWARDS: Trophy and 8 ribbons per division. Adult Rider divisions and separate Adult Rider Ribbons

and team ribbons if entries warrant. Youth Team Challenge prizes and ribbons. Ribbons will be mailed

on receipt of stamped, self-addressed envelope if not picked up at event.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available on or before August 19 at http://drpc.ponyclub.org/ or from sec´y

email. Competitors are urged to use website for starting times & email to get information. Please

include email address on entry form so that the secretary can contact you regarding changes & posting

times. Postcards will not be sent.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Stabling in spacious permanent new barns. Rubber-matted stalls 10 x

12, doors provided. Sawdust or one bag of shavings will be provided; additional bags can be purchased

for $7 with entry or $10 at the horse trials. Competitors using stabling are required to pay $40 muck

fee; refundable if stall is stripped clean. Separate check for muck fee is preferred. Veterinarian: TBD

on grounds for duration of competition. Number will be posted at secretary stand.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Staybridge Suites, located 1.3 miles from the park (pet and equestrian

friendly) with complimentary early breakfast (703)713-6800, Microtel-(703) 471-5005. Days Inn.-2

mi., (703) 471.-6700. Comfort Inn.-3 mi., (703) 437.-7555. Marriott Courtyard.-3 mi., (703) 478.-9400.

Marriott Suite-2 mi., (703) 709-0400.

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7) DIRECTIONS: Address: Frying Pan is located at: 2709 West Ox Rd Herndon, VA 20171 From I.495

(Washington Beltway): Exit for Dulles Airport/ Toll Road West (Rte 267) to Exit 10 .- Herndon/Chantilly

to left on Rte 657 for 1.6 miles to a left on West Ox Road. Left to Frying Pan Park - one block on left.

From West: Dulles Greenway to Dulles Toll Rd. (Rt. 267) to Exit 10-Herndon/Chantilly to Rt. 657, turn

right 1.5 miles to West Ox Rd. As before. From Rte 50 East to Rte 28 North. Take Route 28 to McLearen

Road, Route 668, make a right on McLearen to Centreville Road. Take a left on Centreville Rd. to a right

on West Ox Road to park on left. From I-66. Take VA Route 28 North (Sully Road) via exit 53 towards

Dulles Airport. Go 6.6 miles to a right on McLearen Road. As above.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: Sand mix;

grass. All Tests of Choice: 2010 USEF Test A for level selected.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P.-2800 m @ 520 mpm. T.-2400 m @ 420 mpm. N.-1800 m @ 375 mpm.

BN.-1600 m @ 350 mpm. All courses-Average for horses with some experience at this level. Cross

Country tests of choice will be conducted in the same manner as the XC phase of the Horse Trials.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed August 2nd at sundown. For schooling

prior to 8/2, check with Frying Pan Park to see if course is open (703) 437-9101. Levels may be divided/

combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. If

an Area II Adult Rider, please indicate on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. Pictures of

most of the jumps on course can be seen at: http://drpc.ponyclub.org/ Frying Pan Park has been newly

renovated, including two new barns with large stalls and wash areas, and expanded parking. Dressage

will be in the indoor arena, and possibly also on grass. Show Jumping will be outdoors. We will try to

schedule all levels to complete in one day, but that may not be possible. The Website will be updated

with scheduling information. All competitors are reminded that Competition Management may fine any

individual up to $100 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments. Sharps

containers will be available in the barns.


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AUGUST 27-28

LOUDOUN HUNT PONY CLUB FALL HORSE TRIALS

Oatlands, Virginia (Area 2)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 7/12/2011 Close Date: 8/9/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T

SEND ENTRIES TO: Victoria Fox 14140 Griffin Farm Lane Leesburg, VA 20176 (703) 999-6810 (703)

999-6810 during event; E-mail: lhpcht@aol.com Web: http://www.loudounhunt.ponyclub.org/

ORGANIZER: Loudoun Hunt Pony Club Organizing Committee, Margaret Good, Chm, 18683 Canby

Rd., Leesburg, VA 20175, (703) 777-8776, Fax (703) 777-8455; westerlyva@aol.com.

OFFICIALS: TD: Helmut Boehme VA Judges: Pres: Brian Ross, VA; Dressage: Heidi Berry,VA; Davida

Bierbrauer, MD Judge: Kathy White, VA. CD:X-C/SJ: (I/P) Tremaine Cooper, VA; (T-N) Jeff Kibbie, MI

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to LHPC Horse Trials. Separate check for

each horse. Checks must be drawn on a US Bank or be a US money order. No foreign checks or

international money orders. $50.00 returned check fee. Entry: I=$185.00; P=$185.00; T=$175.00

N=$175.00 Stabling: $55.00 per day or $95.00 per weekend $50.00 pinney deposit (Check destroyed if

pinney returned at the event).

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. I/P competitors must include copy

of USEF card. Double entries: Not accepted. Copy of current negative Coggins required for all horses

within 12 months must accompany entry. Include current printed legible e-mail address on the entry.

All correspondence from the secretary will be via e-mail. REFUNDS: Before C.D.- Entry less $25

non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-Entry less $25 ONLY if place can be filled from waiting list. NO

REFUNDS AFTER 9 pm, Aug. 24. ALL SCRATCHES M U S T BE GIVEN DIRECTLY TO VICTORIA FOX

(703) 999-6810 OR E-MAILED TO LHPCHT@AOL.COM. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SCRATCHES

LEFT ON ANSWERING MACHINES. E-MAIL PREFERRED. $30 charge for any change of entry after C.D.

$50.00 charge for any change of entry after August 25. Competition cancellation-No refund.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: Dressage (I/P/T)-8 am; Show

Jumping (I/P/T)-9 am. Some Training divisons may have all three phases on Sunday. Sun: Dressage

(N); Show Jumping (N); Cross-country (I/P/T/N)-8:00 am. Novice will be run entirely on Sunday. Any

changes will be posted to USEA and Loudoun Hunt Pony Club website.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available Aug. 23 on the internet: www.loudounhunt.ponyclub.org.

Postcards will not be sent. Emergencies only, Aug. 24 - 25 between 6 pm & 9 pm Call (703) 999-6810.

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5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Mail stabling forms and checks made out to LHPC Horse Trials to

the secretary. $55.00 per day or $95.00 per weekend (2pm Friday – 6pm Sunday). Stabling only. For

schooling at Morven call (703) 777-2890. No foreign checks. Two bags initial bedding included. 150

perm. stalls at Morven Park. Stall doors provided. Additional shavings available for purchase from

Morven Park. No straw please. Stabling refunds: Full refund before C.D. No refunds after C.D. unless

place can be filled from wait list. No refunds after 5 p.m. Aug. 24. Stabling scratches must be directly

to Victoria Fox (703) 999-6810 or e-mail lhpcht@aol.com . No voice mail. Do not call organizer.

Bedding/Feed/Hay available for purchase from Southern States, Purcellville, Va (540) 338-7136.

VETERINARIAN: Hoof and Paw Veterinary Service, Inc., (540) 338-5888. Number will be posted at

secretary´s stand & in barns.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Hampton Inn-2 mi., (703) 669-8640. Best Western-2 mi., (800) 528-1234.

Comfort Suites-2 mi., (800) 228-5100. Days Inn-2 mi., (703) 777-6622. Holiday Inn, 3 mi., (703) 771-

9200 (Ask for Morven Park discount). No electric or water hook-ups. No tent sites. No sleeping in barns

at stabling site. Self contained RV/Trailers only at stabling site.

7) DIRECTIONS: To Event Site: Oatlands is 6 mi. south of Leesburg off Rte 15. From North: Rte 15

south from Leesburg approx. 6 mi. Left on Rte 651 – Gap Road for .3 mi. to parking on left. From

South: North on Rte 15 from Rte 50 & Rte 15 intersection approx. 5 mi. Right on Rte 651 – Gap Road

for .3 mi. to parking on left. TO STABLING at Morven Park (North of Leesburg off Rte 15): From

North: Right on Rte 740 - Tutt Lane (1 mi. north of town) 8/10 mi. to drive on left. From South: left

on Rte 740 - Tutt Lane (200 yds. after end of Leesburg Bypass) 8/10 mile to drive on left. DO NOT

follow small historic signs in town of Leesburg for “Morven Park.’

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test

B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas and warm-.up: Grass

footing.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I-3025 m @ 550 mpm. P-2800 m@ 520 mpm. T-2400 m @ 420 mpm.

N-2000 m at 400 mpm. All courses: Average, for horses with some experience at this level.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course never open for schooling except for scheduled

schooling days: Schooling day to be determined. Watch www.loudounhunt.ponyclub.org for

information and/or will be announced at the event. Levels may be further divided if entries warrant;

state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs

must be leashed. USEF Rule GR 301.6 $50 fee for lost pinney. Reception at close of cross-country.

COMPETITORS PLEASE NOTE: The Fall Horse Trials are being held at OATLANDS . . . N O T MORVEN

PARK! Stabling only is at Morven Park. For permission to school on grounds at Morven Park, call 703-

777-2890 before arriving.

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AREA III COUNCIL

Area Chair

Juli Hearn

73 Creek View Ct.

Aiken, SC 29803

803.642.1276

J_hearn@bellsouth.net

At-Large Area Council Members

Alice Andrews

(352) 669-9982

rockinghorseht@aol.com

Jane Barron

(850) 997-8484

jbarron07@aol.com

Diana Lewis

(770) 252-2857

areaiii@hotmail.com

Glenn Wilson

(770) 787-15810

wilson6268@bellsouth.net

Area Treasurer

Pam Dichting

pdicting@bellsouth.net

Adult Riders Coordinator

Robin Bass

(770) 775-1444

robinb@us.ibm.com

Young Riders Coordinator

Judy Lewis

(251) 634-9553

judylewis@aol.com

YR Assistant Coordinator

Jacque Carter

jacque.carter@earthlink.net

(678) 423-8774

Organizers Representative

Jane Barron

(850) 997-8484

jbarron07@aol.com

Area III Website

www.usea3.org

AREA III

BOARD OF GOVERNORS

AREA REPRESENTATIVES

Peter Gray

(352) 591-0256

psgray007@hotmail.com

Jonathan Holling

(352) 873-4808

willowrunfarm@hotmail.com

AREA III OFFICERS

Adult Rider Representative

Debi Crowley

(256) 679-3348

dcrowley@hiwaay.net

Nominating Comm/Annual Mtg.

Pat Burns

(770) 253-1756

patticake@numail.org

Young Rider Representative

Danielle Dichting

Dani_dichting@yahoo.com

(770) 324-4099

Area Newsletter Editor

Barb Miller

kb3amf@comcast.net

Affiliate Representative

Susan Hughes

(770) 683-6686

hughes235@bellsouth.net

Point Tabulation

Nancy Russell

A3dayevntr@aol.com

AFFILIATE EVENTING

ASSOCIATIONS

Birmingham Dressage and CTA

Peggy Franklin

77 Rolling Hills Rd.

Sterrett, AL 35147

(205) 365-6961

peggybfranklin@gmail.com

www.bdcta.org

Georgia Dressage and CTA

Peri Lambros

1830 Mount Zion Rd.

Oxford, GA 30054

(678) 382-4105

Plambros@bellsouth.net

www.gdcta.org

Mississippi Eventing and

Dressage Association

Sharon Mulder-Lampley

534 Kavanaugh Dr.

Vicksburg, MS 39180

(602) 631-4492

River Region Dressage and CTA

Christine Prescott

3366 Cloverdale Rd.

Montgomery, AL 36106

(334) 328-4553

c.prescott@svcaroridge.com

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JUNE 4-5

POPLAR PLACE FARM JUNE HORSE TRIALS

Hamilton, Georgia (Area 3)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 4/19/2011 Close Date: 5/17/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: PT,N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Enter On-Line: www.evententries.com (credit cards accepted). Mail original

signatures, copy of coggins, copies of USEF memberships (if applicable) & check(s) to Secretary.

OR Mail Entries To: Donna Stegman, Secretary Poplar Place Farm, LLC PO Box 219, Cataula, GA 31804-

0219, Phone: (706) 582-3742 ext. 209; Fax: (888) 731-9492-- use during competition also Email:

donna@poplarplacefarm.com Website: www.poplarplacefarm.com

ORGANIZERS: Donna & Gary Stegman, (same as above) Competition Management: Poplar Place

Farm, LLC.

OFFICIALS: TD: Pat Maykuth, GA Judges: Pres: Brian Ross, VA; Amy McElroy, SC CD: X-C: Tremaine

Cooper, MA SJ: Jan Brodkin

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Poplar Place Farm, LLC. One check per horse.

Foreign/Canada checks add $5 to each entry (US funds only). We now accept most major credit

cards. Entry: P: $190.00; PT/T/N/BN: $175.00 Stabling: $150.00 Addit´l nights: $25.00 Stall

deposit: $25.00 (separate check) Grounds fee: $50.00 (non-stabled horses) Camping: $30.00.

1) ENTRIES: Please check Website (www.poplarplacefarm.com) for updates & additional

information. Entries are accepted when received. Priority is based on “postmark date" – date on

envelope or online submission date. Payment is due when entry submitted. If payment is not

submitted with entry, payment must be received within 7 days or the “postmark date" will be

changed to reflect the date the payment is postmarked. Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office

fee. Double entries: Not accepted. $25 stall stripping deposit drawn on separate check is required with

entry. Stall deposits cannot be paid online. Check or cash only. Returned checks - $30 fee. Changes:

Any change to an entry subject to $25 fee. All change requests must be in writing (email, fax or

mail). Before C.D.-change of horse and/or rider and/or division allowed. After C.D.-change of horse or

rider (not both) and/or division allowed, space permitting. Refunds: Before one week after C.D. (May

24)-Less $25 non-refundable office fee. Withdrawals MUST be emailed, faxed or mailed & postmarked

on or before May 24. After May 24-No refunds, unless entry and/or stall can be filled from wait list, less

$25 non-refundable office fee. Competition cancellation-No refund. Lost or damaged pinny = $50 (no

deposit required). Include copies of USEF membership cards for rider, trainer & owner (Preliminary

and above). Copy of negative Coggins within 12 months required for all horses & must accompany

entry. After May 3, check www.poplarplacefarm.com for entry status & other information.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-10 am. Competitors´ party-6 pm (tickets required – section 10). Sun: Cross-country-8 am.

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4) STARTING TIMES: Available May 31 at www.poplarplacefarm.com; Stabling info. also available.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $150/stall Thurs. through Sun. Additional nights-$25/stall. 224

permanent stalls & temporary stalls available if entries warrant. If temporary stabling is utilized, barn

assignments will be made based on postmark date of entry (not “stable with" requests). Stall doors/

initial bedding (shavings) provided. Tack stalls $150 - available only after all horses have been assigned

a stall. No stabling changes without permission of secretary or $50 fine. Grounds fee for non-stabled

horses $50 for entire event. Hay/Shavings available for purchase on grounds. Email prior to May 31 to

order shavings & have them waiting at your stall when you arrive. $25 stall cleaning deposit required

& must be included with entry ON A SEPARATE CHECK. Stalls to be stripped prior to leaving (check

will be destroyed if stall is stripped). Veterinarian: Dr. Rachel Burlton, DVM (706) 663-2128. # will be

posted on bulletin board at restroom building.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Columbus: Hampton Inn North – 13.3 mi, (706) 256-2222. DoubleTree

Hotel – 14.5 mi, (706) 327-6868. Hyatt Place – 13.3 mi, (706) 507-5000. Wyndham Gardens – 13.2

mi, (706) 507-1111. Country Inn & Suites – 14.5 mi, (706) 660-1780. Holiday Inn Express – 13.3 mi,

(706) 507-7200. Marriott Courtyard – 18.3 mi, (706) 323-2323. Residence Inn - 13.6 mi, (706) 494-

0050. SpringHill Suites by Marriott – 13.6 mi, (706) 576-3773. Homewood Suites - 13.4 mi, (706)

568-3545. Pine Mountain: Callaway Gardens - 9.3 mi, (800) 225-5292. Valley Inn - 5.9 mi, (706)

628-4454. Pine Mountain Chalets - 18.7 mi, (800) 535-7622. Mountain Top Inn Resort & Lodge – 15.5

mi, (706) 663-4719. Camping: Limited camper hook-ups (water & electric) - $30/night, reserve early.

NO electric or water hookups permitted from barns.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 8191 US Highway 27 E, Hamilton, GA 31811. Traveling Tips: Do not

take “Alt. US Hwy. 27’ (you may never get here). Some Internet mapping sites may route you to Lynn

Dr. – do not turn here (dead end road with limited turnaround). If approaching from the south, do not

take US Hwy 27 through Columbus (too many traffic lights). From North: I-85 south to exit #21, I-185

south. Exit #42, US 27 south (left). 21.7 miles to right at Kingsboro Rd. (just past Mulberry Creek). Look

for Poplar Place Farm Show Entrance sign. Follow Kingsboro Rd. to end. Farm entrance ahead. From

South: I-185 north, Exit #12, Williams Rd., east (right). Straight thru stop sign, cross RR to traffic light,

then north (left) on Veterans Pkwy. 12.0 mi. to left at Kingsboro Rd. (pass farm main entrance), then as

above. From East & West: US 80 to Veterans Pkwy./US 27 (exit 4) north, then as above.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P/PT: 2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. T: 2010 USEF Training Test

A-Sm. N: 2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN: 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: Cushion

Track Premier waxed sand, with ample warm-up.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P: 2730m @ 520mpm. PT/T: 2100m @ 450mpm. N: 1850m @ 375mpm.

BN: 1780m @ 325mpm. All courses: Average, for horses with some experience at these levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed May 21. Levels may be divided/combined

as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Food concession

on grounds – open early for breakfast. Dogs are welcome, but MUST be leashed during competition.

If caught loose, $25 fine. No cars or trucks on course. No motorized vehicles allowed on course

Sunday. Party: Saturday evening: Food, beverages and entertainment. For food, everyone (including

competitors) must purchase a meal ticket. All meal tickets purchased with entry & through Friday 6:00

= $5. Meal tickets purchased after Friday 6:00 = $10, subject to availability. Complimentary beverages &

entertainment.

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JULY 9-10

CHATTAHOOCHEE HILLS HORSE TRIALS

Fairburn, Georgia (Area 3)

AEC Qualifier Summer Series 1

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/24/2011 Close Date: 6/21/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Mail entries to: Rick Dunkerton, Secretary c/o AMS P.O. Box 1647 Laurel, MS

39441-1647 Phone - (601) 498-3330 Fax - (601) 426-9984 Email: rdunkerton@evententries.com.

Register Online at www.EventEntries.com. Visa/MC, Discover, AmEx & checks accepted.

ORGANIZER: Chattahoochee Hills Organizing Committee, 9445 Browns Lake Rd, Fairburn, GA

30213, Phone: (770)892-2540, Fax: (770)969-6457, email: chatthills@aol.com Comp Mngmnt:

Chattahoochee Hills Eventing

OFFICIALS: TD: Minday Friesen Judges: Pres: Mary Lewis CD:X-C: Ritchard Temple, VA

SJ: Marc Donovan, NC.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Chattahoochee Hills Eventing. Entry: Per

Division: P/T/N/BN: $200.00 Stabling: $200.00 (if entering both summer series 1 and 2 same horse

rider combination stabling for both including the week in between Events $300) Grounds Fee: $50.00

horses not stabled on grounds/day haulers.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. XC

Pinny/Holder/Insert required---for sale on site for $10 each. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 nonrefundable

office fee. After C.D.-Entry less $50 ONLY if place can be filled from wait list. Competition

cancellation-Partial Credit. Neg. Coggins within 12 months required for all horses.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross Country Open for Inspection 3:00 pm Sat: Dressage-8:00 am;

Jumping -10:00 am. Sun: Cross-country-7:30 am.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 6 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available July 1, at www.chatthillseventing.com.


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5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $200.00 from Friday 12 Noon to Sunday. permanent stalls on

grounds. Stall doors provided; initial bedding provided,$25 stall stripping deposit (collected upon

arrival, check or cash). (if entering both summer series 1 and 2 same horse rider combination stabling

for both including the week in between Events $300) Non-compete horses=$50 grounds fee. Pre Order

bedding and golf cart reservations at www. ChattHillsEventing.com Feed/Bedding/Hay available for

purchase-further info from the secretary. Veterinarian: Southern Cresent Equine Services, (770) 252-

6860, # available at show office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Special Rate from both hotels please tell them you are with Chatt Hills

Eventing : Sleep Inn, 10 mi., (678) 782-4700. Country Inns & Suites 678-782-4900 Full RV service on

grounds (limited must make reservations by thru Chatt Hills Web site only; not Event Entries $250 per

site or $75 per night which ever is more) Both summer series 1 and 2 including the week inbetween

$400. reservations www.chatthillseventing.com.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: Cedar Grove Rd. Fairburn, GA 30213 From I-75 North & South of

Atlanta: Take I-285 West to Exit 62 Spur 14 S. Fulton Pkwy, then below. From I-20 heading West:

Take I-285 heading south to Exit 62 Spur 14 S. Fulton Pkwy, then below. From I-85 heading South:

Take Exit 69 Spur 14 S. Fulton Pkwy From South Fulton Prkwy, then below. Below for all directions

above: Stay on S. Fulton Pkwy for 7.5 miles then Right on "Hwy 92 Campbellton Fairburn Rd". Go 4.5

miles then Left on "Hwy 70 Cascade Palmetto Rd". Go 0.3 miles then Right on "Cochran Mill Rd". Go

1.7 miles then Right at 4-way stop on "Cedar Grove Rd. " Stabling entrance 1.5 miles on right. From

I-20 heading East: Take Exit 37 Hwy 92 Fairburn/Douglasville; end of ramp go Right on 92 South/

Fairburn Rd. Go 5.2 miles then go Right at light staying on 92 South Fairburn Rd. Go for 4.2 miles then

at light go Right on Cascade Palmetto Rd. Go 0.3 miles then Right on Cochran Mill Rd. Go 1.7 miles

then Right at 4-way stop on Cedar Grove Rd. Stabling entrance 1.5 miles on right. From I-85 heading

North: Take Exit 61 Hwy 74, Fairburn; end of ramp go left heading North on 74. When the 4-lane lane

turns into a 2-lane, stay straight (do not continue on 74; go straight for 2.3 miles until the road dead

ends into Rivertown. Go left on Rivertown for 3.5 miles to S. Fulton Pkwy. Cross over S. Fulton Pkwy

staying on Rivertown for 2 miles then right at 4-way stop on Cochran Mill Rd. Go for 3 miles, then left at

4-way stop on Cedar Grove Rd. Competition entrance will be 1.5 miles on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. All weather surfaces.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. T-2200 m @ 450 mpm. N-2000 m @ 350 mpm,

BN- 1600 @ 325 mpm. All courses: Average, for horses with some experience at this level. Terrain: Well

established turf on rolling sandy loam soils, "Fantastic Going"!

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course is closed 6 weeks out. Entry limit: 240. Riders

limited 3 horses/level or 5 horses/entire event. Levels may be divided/combined if entries warrant;

state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs must be

leashed. Saturday. Golf cart rental reservations available, check website for details.

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JULY 16-17

CHATTAHOOCHEE HILLS HORSE TRIALS

Fairburn, Georgia (Area 3)

AEC Qualifier Summer Series 2

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/31/2011 Close Date: 6/28/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Mail entries to: Rick Dunkerton, Secretary c/o AMS P.O. Box 1647 Laurel, MS

39441-1647 Phone - (601) 498-3330 Fax - (601) 426-9984 Email: rdunkerton@evententries.com.

Register Online at www.EventEntries.com. Visa/MC, Discover, AmEx & checks accepted.

ORGANIZER: Chattahoochee Hills Organizing Committee, 9445 Browns Lake Rd, Fairburn, GA

30213, Phone: (770)892-2540, Fax: (770)969-6457, email: chatthills@aol.com Comp Mngmnt:

Chattahoochee Hills Eventing.

OFFICIALS: TD: Mindy Friesen, GA Judges: Pres: Nanci Lindroth, NC CD:X-C: Ritchard Temple, VA

SJ: Marc Donovan, NC.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Chattahoochee Hills Eventing. Entry: Per

Division: P/T/N/BN: $200.00 Stabling: $200.00 (if entering both summer series 1 and 2 same horse

rider combination stabling for both including the week in between Events $300)Grounds Fee: $50.00

horses not stabled on grounds/day haulers.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee: a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. XC Pinny/

Holder/Insert required---for sale on site for $10 each. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable

office fee. After C.D.-Entry less $50 ONLY if place can be filled from wait list. Competition cancellation-

Partial Credit. Neg. Coggins within 12 months required for all horses.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross Country Open for Inspection 3:00 pm Sat: Dressage-8:00 am;

Jumping 10:00 am Sun: Cross Country 7:30 AM.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 6 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available July 10, at www.chatthillseventing.com.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $200.00 from Friday 12 Noon to Sunday. Permanent stalls on

grounds. Stall doors provided; initial bedding provided,$25 stall stripping deposit (collected upon

arrival, check or cash).(if entering both summer series 1 and 2 same horse rider combination stabling


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for both including the week in between Events $300) Non-compete horses=$50 grounds fee. Pre Order

bedding and golf cart reservations at www. ChattHillsEventing.com Feed/Bedding/Hay available for

purchase-further info from the secretary. Veterinarian: Southern Cresent Equine Services, (770) 252-

6860, # available at show office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Special Rate from both hotels please tell them you are with Chatt Hills

Eventing : Sleep Inn, 10 mi., (678) 782-4700. Country Inns & Suites 678-782-4900 Full RV service on

grounds (limited must make reservations thru www.Chatthillseventing.com not event entries $250 per

site or $75 per night which ever is more) Special rate of $400 for both summer series 1 and 2 including

the week in between.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: Cedar Grove Rd. Fairburn, GA 30213 From I-75 North & South of

Atlanta: Take I-285 West to Exit 62 Spur 14 S. Fulton Pkwy, then below. From I-20 heading West:

Take I-285 heading south to Exit 62 Spur 14 S. Fulton Pkwy, then below. From I-85 heading South:

Take Exit 69 Spur 14 S. Fulton Pkwy From South Fulton Prkwy, then below. Below for all directions

above: Stay on S. Fulton Pkwy for 7.5 miles then Right on "Hwy 92 Campbellton Fairburn Rd". Go 4.5

miles then Left on "Hwy 70 Cascade Palmetto Rd". Go 0.3 miles then Right on "Cochran Mill Rd". Go

1.7 miles then Right at 4-way stop on "Cedar Grove Rd. " Stabling entrance 1.5 miles on right. From

I-20 heading East: Take Exit 37 Hwy 92 Fairburn/Douglasville; end of ramp go Right on 92 South/

Fairburn Rd. Go 5.2 miles then go Right at light staying on 92 South Fairburn Rd. Go for 4.2 miles then

at light go Right on Cascade Palmetto Rd. Go 0.3 miles then Right on Cochran Mill Rd. Go 1.7 miles

then Right at 4-way stop on Cedar Grove Rd. Stabling entrance 1.5 miles on right. From I-85 heading

North: Take Exit 61 Hwy 74, Fairburn; end of ramp go left heading North on 74. When the 4-lane lane

turns into a 2-lane, stay straight (do not continue on 74; go straight for 2.3 miles until the road dead

ends into Rivertown. Go left on Rivertown for 3.5 miles to S. Fulton Pkwy. Cross over S. Fulton Pkwy

staying on Rivertown for 2 miles then right at 4-way stop on Cochran Mill Rd. Go for 3 miles, then left at

4-way stop on Cedar Grove Rd. Competition entrance will be 1.5 miles on right.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. All weather surfaces.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. T-2200 m @ 450 mpm. N-2000 m @ 350 mpm,

BN- 1600 @ 325 mpm. All courses: Average, for horses with some experience at this level. Terrain: Well

established turf on rolling sandy loam soils, "Fantastic Going"!

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course is closed 6 weeks out. Entry limit: 240. Riders

limited 3 horses/level or 5 horses/entire event. Levels may be divided/combined if entries warrant;

state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs must be

leashed. Golf cart rental reservations available, check website for details.

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AUGUST 6-7

RIVER GLEN SUMMER HORSE TRIALS

New Market, Tennessee (Area 3)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/21/2011 Close Date: 7/19/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Mail original signature, copy of coggins, copies of USEF memberships and

checks to Secretary: Julie Burns, Secretary 4442 Long Lane Franklin, TN 37064 Home (615) 595-

5750; Fax (775)521-1961 (865)465-1005 during competition; Web: http//www.river-glen.com

Call ONLY between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. (NO CELL) E-mail: jburns4242@gmail.com

ORGANIZER: River Glen Organizing Committee, Bill Graves, Chairman, 1839 London Rd., New

Market, TN 37820, 865/475-1005, email: rglen2000@aol.com; www.river-glen.com

OFFICIALS: TD: Karin Bishop, WA Judges: Pres: Mary Lewis, GA; Ana Schravesande, TX

CD:X-C: Roger Haller, GA SJ: Tracy Bise

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: USEA MEMBERS enter through USEA's Xentry system online

at www.useventing.com, where you can pay with credit card online or mail check to secretary.

Entry is NOT electronic, only credit card is. Entry must be printed and mailed to secretary if paying

online with credit card as well as if paying by check. USEA Non-members may access interactive

entry ands stabling forms at www.river-glen.com. All entries need to be printed and mailed. Please

follow directions: Draw checks to RGHT. Write ONE entry check and ONE stall deposit check

per entry. Do NOT send ONE check per MULTIPLE entries. Do NOT send COURIERED MAIL OR

US MAIL REQUIRING SIGNATURE UPON DELIVERY. All communication FROM secretary will be

via E-MAIL. Please include LEGIBLE e-mail address on entry form. Pinnies: Cloth pinnies provided.

River Glen WILL provide paper inserts for competitors that have plastic pinny holders purchased

from Bit of Britain and encourage riders to use these. Entry: I/P: $185.00 + copy(ies) of Rider/

Owner/Trainer USEF card(s); T/N/BN: $170.00 Stabling: $140.00 (includes 2 bags of shavings),

add'l bags available for $7 ea. Add'l nights: $25/stall. Change Fee: $40.00 for changes made after

closing date. Bounced check fee: $50.00. Post Entry Fee: $20.00 for entry fee RECEIVED after

closing date. Trailer-in Fee: $ 40.00 (unstabled horses). Grounds Fee: $40.00 (Non-competing

horses; completed entry form & current Coggins required). RV Hook-up: $60.00 Friday-Sunday;

$30.00 extra night. Primitive Camping: $30.00 Friday-Sunday; $15.00 extra night. Stall Deposit:

$ 25.00. Extra Party Tickets: $ 10.00; child $5.00.


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1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee and competitors´ dinner. BN competitors

who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. If oversubscribed, priority to USEA

members. State email address and date of birth on entry. Please send one check for EACH entry, stabling

and fees; and one separate stall deposit check (if any) PER HORSE. THERE WILL BE A $20 LATE FEE

FOR ENTRIES RECEIVED AND PAID FOR (NOT ONLY POSTMARKED) AFTER CLOSING DATE! There is

a $50 bounced check fee. Divisions may be further divided or combined if entries warrant. Preliminary

and above MUST send copy of Rider, Owner and Trainer USEF Membership cards. Please send all entries

together of those wanting to stable together, or specify same Trainer or Barn on entry. Entries limited to

stall capacity. USEA MEMBERS PLEASE FILL OUT YOUR ENTRY FORM AT USING THE XENTRY SYSTEM

AT WWW.USEVENTING.COM SO THAT IT IS LEGIBLE AND COMPLETE. May pay with credit card online

or by check to secretary. Entry is not electronic, only credit card is. Must print and mail entry to secretary

if paying by credit card as well as if paying by check. USEA Non-members may use the interactive entry/

stable form at www.river-glen.com. ENTRY MUST BE MAILED TO SECRETARY AFTER IT´S PRINTED. Rider

Divisions open only to riders who have not FINISHED more than two horse trials at the next division

higher than the one they are entering more than two times within the past 24 months. Horse Divisions

open only to horses who have never completed a competition at a higher level. Double entries: Accepted,

no fee. No more than 4 horses per rider at competition. No deposit required for pinny. Stall deposit $25,

send separate check…one check per horse. STALL MUST BE STRIPPED. Any entry changes after closing

date = $40. No changes allowed in office on the Friday of event unless allowed for in USEF rules. Any

owed monies at check-in CASH ONLY!!!!! Negative Coggins within 12 months required for all horses: Must

accompany entry. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee. WITHDRAWALS ACCEPTED

IN WRITING OR ACKNOWLEDGED EMAIL TO SEC´Y BEFORE C.D.; After C.D.-No entry refund; stabling

refund given if stall filled from waiting list. Competition cancellation-No refund.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm; Competitors Wine & Cheese

Welcome-6 pm. Sat: Dressage-8 am; Show Jumping-10:30 am; Competitors´ Dinner following.

Sun: Cross-country-8 am PLEASE NOTE: If number of hroses warrant, changes to the schedule may

necessitate the addition of Friday Dressage or Sat x/country. Emails will communicate any such changes

as soon as possible to competitors.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Will be posted on web at www.river-glen.com or call 865/475-1005 no sooner

than Wednesday prior to event. Results will be posted on same site within 2 days of event: May call (865)

475-1005 for immediate results.

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5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited to stall capacity. $140 for Friday through Sunday nights,

addt'l nights $25 per stall. 210 stalls on grounds, permanent iron half/gates on stalls. Stall deposit

$25, send separate check. 2 bags shavings provided free with Stabling cost. Add'l bags available

for $7 ea. Stalls must be STRIPPED (not picked) or stall deposit check will be cashed. $50 fine for

switching assigned stalls without permission from secretary. DO NOT TIE HORSES TO WASH

RACKS!! $40 trailer-in fee; $40 grounds fee non-competing horses. No schooling permitted for

non-competing horses until cross-country is finished on Sunday. Schooling only permitted with

signed waiver in office and trainer present. Veterinarian: Dr. Lisa Garren on grounds through

event. Emergency # will be posted at show office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: HOST HOTEL-Special rates! Comfort Suites 865/246-2426 (exit 398). All

other local hotels listed at www.river-glen.com. All hotels are approx. 15 miles. RV Hook Up=$30 per

night; tent camping=$15 per night. Please specify early arrival or late departure.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 1839 London Rd., New Market, TN 37820 PLEASE BE WARY OF

FOLLOWING MAPQUEST OR GPS DIRECTIONS!!! (Overpass on their route is too low for

trailers.) From Knoxville and West (I-40 OR I-640 bypass): Exit 394: Turn LEFT at light at exit

onto 11E. Travel east approx. 17 miles to RG sign on left of hwy (Lowery Loop Rd). On right is New

Market Church. Turn left and go straight at stop sign. At Baker Rd. turn left (signs will direct you

from there). Approx. 5 miles. (NOTE: Once you are on 11E, Do NOT take fork to the right that says

11W/25W). From Dandridge and East (I-.40): Exit 417: Turn RIGHT at light at exit, onto Hwy 92.

Travel North approx 10 mi. to 11E. Turn left (West) approx 6 mi. to RG sign on right at Lowery Loop

Rd. Follow directions as above. Directions to RG from area hotels on website: river-glen.com.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary

Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF

Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Crushed limestone & sand. Large warm-up arena.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I-approx. 2800 m @ 550 mpm. P-approx. 2300 m @ 520 mpm.

T-approx. 2100 m @ 420 mpm. N-approx. 1900 m @ 350 mpm/max. height 2´11’, BNapprox.1800m@350mpm/max.

height 2´7’. All courses: Average.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed July 23rd. Levels may be divided/

combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry.

Competitor packets from secretary on Friday from noon 'til 5 p.m. Concessions on grounds. Dogs

must be leashed. Competitor Dinner tickets are 1 per entry… add´l tickets from office for $10, $5

for child.


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AUGUST 27-28

FULL GALLOP FARM AUGUST HORSE TRIALS

Aiken, South Carolina (Area 3)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 7/12/2011 Close Date: 8/9/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: IP,I,P,PH,PR,AI USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

PT,N,NH,NR,T,TH,TR,BN,BNH,BNR USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Lara Anderson Secretary Full Gallop Farm H.T. 3828 Wagener Rd Aiken,

SC 29805 (803)644-6789, Fax (803)644-7955, Email: fullgallopfarmhorsetrials@yahoo.com

Web: www.fullgallopfarm.com

Enter on-Line: www.EventEntries.com (credit cards accepted). Mail original signatures, copy of

coggins, copies of USEF memberships (if applicable) & checks (if necessary) to Secretary.

ORGANIZER: Full Gallop Farm Enterprises, Inc, Full Gallop Farm, 3828 Wagener Rd., Aiken, SC 29805,

Phone (803) 644-6789.

OFFICIALS: TD: TBA Judges: Pres: Cindy Deporter, NC; Dressage Judges: Amy McElroy, SC; Kate

Hutchings, SC; CD:X-C: Hugh Lochure, GBR ( I- P); Todd Richardson( BN-T) SJ: Mark Donovan

EVENT FEES: Draw checks to Full Gallop Farm. Entry: Tadpole (Starter), BN,N,T:

$175.00; P,IP,I,AI: $190.00 All divisions Stabling: $150.00 Grounds Fee: $25.00 (non-stabled

horses) Camping: $30.00 per night (separate check).

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Preliminary & Intermediate level

entries; please include a copy of USEF membership card. Priority will be given to Intermediate and

Preliminary entries. Double entries: Not accepted. All changes incur a $25 fee. All changes and

scratches must be made in writing, fax, or email to secretary. Check www.fullgallopfarm.com

for entry status. $20 charge for lost pinny, no deposit required. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 nonrefundable

office fee; After C.D.- Entry-Less $25 ONLY if place can be filled from wait list. Withdrawals

must be in writing, fax, or email to secretary. Competition cancellation - No refund: Free crosscountry

school in future. Neg. Coggins required for all horses within 12 months-send with entry. A

copy of all horses Coggins with a legible "date drawn" and "accession number" must be provided with

entry. If you must turn the Coggins in, when you check in at the event please bring a copy to give to the

event to keep, we will not make copies of your Coggins at the event. To avoid long check-in lines

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accepted if space available must pay $25 late fee. (all checks/funds postmarked after close date

will be charged this $25 Post entry fee) You must call and talk with someone first to confirm fax is on, if

you wish to fax something. E-mail is preferred methos of communication.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country & Show Jumping course open-3 pm.

Sat: Dressage-7:30 am; Show Jumping-10 am Sun: Cross-country- 9 am.

3) AWARDS: Prize & 6 ribbons per division. Award for the top placing off-the-track Thoroughbred of

the event.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available by Wednesday August 24th, at www.fullgallopfarm.com or from

the secretary.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $150/stall-8 am Friday to Sunday, $50 stall deposit, returned or

ripped up if stall is well cleaned, Check with office to have stall approved before leaving. 125 perm.

stalls on grounds. Off-site stabling if needed will be -Several perm stalls 1-5 miles from event. Several

paddocks are also available for the same stall fee, first come first serve by postmark. Please write on

top of stabling form if requesting a paddock in addition to a stall or in place of a stall. Please check

website for stabling assignments and groupings it will be posted and continually updated on the

website, Stall doors only provided. Feed/Bedding/Hay available for purchase, further info from sec'y.

Veterinarian: Southern Equine, (803) 644-1544 (803) 645-7558. # posted at office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Ask for FGF Horse Trials rates! Hampton Inn-10mi. (803) 648-2525. Sleep

Inn (Whiskey Rd.), (803) 644-9900, (800) 62-sleep. Annies Inn B&B-3mi. (803) 649-6836. Holiday Inn

Express-10 mi., (803) 648-0999. Motel 8 (803) 641-8800. Comfort Suites-(803) 641-1100, The Guest

House at Houndslake - 10 mi (803) 648-9535. Camping: Allowed - limited hook-ups available - $30

per night, separate check. Send in with entry to reserve a space. Generators not allowed unless

previously cleared with organizer.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 3828 Wagener Rd., Aiken, SC 29805. From West (through Augusta,

GA): I-20 to SC exit 18, end of the ramp turn right on Hwy 19. At the second light turn left on Hwy 118

(Rutland Dr.). Follow to Hwy 302 (Wagener Rd.) turn left. Full Gallop Farm is approx. 6 miles on the

right. From East or North (through Columbia, SC): I-20 to SC exit 22. At the end of the ramp turn left

on Hwy 1 (York St.). Follow Hwy 1 (York St.) to Hwy 118 (Rutland Dr.) and turn left. Follow to Hwy 302

(Wagener Rd.,) and turn left. Full Gallop Farm is approx. 6 mi. on the right. From South: I-95 to US-78

W via EXIT 77 toward BRANCHVILLE/BAMBERT. Go 13.1 miles. Turn LEFT onto US-21/FREEDOM RD.

Go 0.2 miles. Turn RIGHT onto US-78/W EDWARDS ST. Continue to follow US-78. Go 51.8 miles. Turn

RIGHT onto HATCHAWAY BRIDGE RD. Go 4.2 miles. Turn LEFT onto SC-302/SC-4. Go 0.8 miles, farm

on the left.

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8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: AI-2010 USEF Advanced Test B-Std. I-2010 USEF Intermediate level

Test B-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Level Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Level Test B-Sm. N-2010

USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Tadpole (Starter) Test-2010 USEF

Beginner Novice Test A-Sm; Arenas: Sand based turf.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I-3000 @ 550 mpm. P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. T-2400 m @ 420 mpm.

N-2000m @ 375 mpm. BN-1800 m @350 mpm. All courses: Average, for horses with some

experience at this level: Jumps are substantial, not a move-up course. Terrain: Excellent footing of

sand based turf, rolling pastures, hills, some woods.Terrain: Excellent footing of sand based turf, rolling

pastures, hills, some woods.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed August 21st, 2011.Levels may be divided/

combined if entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Priority

will be given to Intermediate and Preliminary entries. Dogs must be leashed (and/or) $50 fine to

Full Gallop Farm Jump Fund. No motorized vehicles allowed on Cross Country Course Food on the

grounds. Layovers welcome - call FGF for details 803-644-6789 NO SMOKING ON GROUNDS.

Please pay attention to directions on Website and road signs at the event-parking is

very tight.

Bounced Checks will be accessed a $50 fee plus bank charges.


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Area Chairman

John Clarke

222 Hilldale Dr.

Wichita, KS 67230

(316) 218-0761

Areaivchair2010@yahoo.com

Treasurer

Sue Settler

4060 Lindenwood Lane

Northbrook, IL 60062

(847) 498-0459

treasurer@usea4.org

Area Council

areacouncil@usea4.org

Board of Governors Area Representative

Cathy Jones-Forsberg

PO Box 65

Hampshire, IL 60140

(847) 464-4095

Ducksflyforcathy@yahoo.com

Adult Rider Coordinator

Kathy Kearns

20865 Maries Rd. 315

Belle, MO 65013

(573) 859-6551

adultriders@usea4.org

Young Rider Coordinator

Bernard Morauw

371 Bronstone Dr.

St. Charles, IL 60174

(630) 802-5518

youngriders@usea4.org

Area Organizer Representatives

Lena Warner

E 847 1170th Ave

Wheeler, WI 54772

(715) 658-1105

org@ottercreekfarm.com

Area Website:

www.usea4.org

AREA IV

AFFILIATE EVENTING ASSOCIATIONS

Central States Dressage and EA

Jill Kirk

415 9th Ave SW

Lonsdale, MN 55046

(651) 343-9835

jillkirk4@gmail.com

www.csdea.com

Columbia DEA

Dr. Janet Rettenmaier

1601 East Nancy Court

Columbia, MO 65202

573-289-6739; 573-443-2906

janetlrehenmaier@centurytel.net

www.CDCTA.org

Eastern Iowa Dressage and EA

Barbara Hall

10611 Hawks Haven Rd NE

Cedar Rapids, MO 52411

319 378 1161

vlasaj@mchsi.com

www.Mwnet.com/eidea

Greater Houston CTA

Kelly Stanka

PO Box 479

Fulshear, TX 77441

281 202 8809, 281 346 0639 (e)

kellys3moneys@gmail.com

www.Ghcta.org

Illinois DCTA

Cynthia Zitko

4422 Edinburg Lane

Hanover Park, IL 60133

Cynthiazitko@sbcglobal.net

www.idcta.org

Kansas Dressage and Eventing Assn.

Susan Clarke

222 Hillsdale Drive

Wichita, KS 67230

316 218 0761

Ksbadger2001@sbsglobal.net

www.KDEA.org

Mid America CTA

Beth Stoker

2401 W 25th Apt 2B3

Lawrence, KS 66047

785-291-3287

Stokerbeth@hotmail.com

www.macta.info

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JUNE 5

CARRIAGE HOUSE FARM COMBINED TEST

Hugo, Minnesota (Area 4)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 4/19/2011 Close Date: 5/17/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEA Recognized Tests: CT-N,CT-I,CT-T,CT-BN,CT-P

SEND ENTRIES TO: Sherri Westphal, Secretary 3768 Turtle Road Minnetrista, MN 55375

(952) 240-5603 Email: slwestphal36115@yahoo.com

ORGANIZER: Ann Bower, 17727 Henna Ave. N., Hugo, MN 55038, (651) 429-9007

Comp Mngmnt: Carriage House Farm.

OFFICIALS: TD/Judges: Pres: TBD; Marlene Schneider (MN).

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Carriage House Farm.

Entry: All divisions: $80.00 Stabling: $35.00.

1) ENTRIES: Please note; starter fees and drugs/meds fees line items on the entry form do NOT apply.

Entries must use the USEA 2011 Horse Trials Entry Form or enter on-line at www. Evententries.com

and mail the original with signatures and 2011 Coggins to secretary. Competitors who are not USEA

members must pay additional $25 with entry. Pinny=no deposit required. Refunds: Before C.D.-Entry/

Stabling-Full refund less $20 office fee; After C.D.-Full refund less $20 ONLY if place can be filled from

waiting list. Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins required for all horses within 12 months,

must accompany entry. $10 refund for complete entry with no changes (entry form, signatures, coggins,

correct $, stabling form if applies).

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Sun: Dressage-8 am-1:30 pm; Show Jumping-12:30-5 pm.

3) AWARDS: Prizes & 6 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Will be posted on Carriage House website: www.carriagehousefarm.net.

If you prefer, email the sec'y for your times after May 26.


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5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $35/stall for Sat. 3pm thru Sun. 5 pm. Initial bedding only provided.

Include USEA stabling form with entry. Veterinarian: Stillwater Vet Clinic, (651) 770-6167. # will be

posted at sec'y's tent.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Best Western White Bear Country Inn-7 mi., (651) 429-5393. AmericInn

(Forest Lake)-7 mi., (651) 464-1930. Camping: Not available.

7) DIRECTIONS: From I-35E: North from St. Paul to Co Rd. 14 (Hugo/Centerville Exit). Turn right

(East) on Co. Rd. 14 to Hwy 61 (stop light). Turn left (north) on Hwy 61 to 170th St. Turn right (east) on

170th St. to Henna Ave., Turn left onto Henna & go past Carriage House Driveway to 180th Street. Turn

right & you will see Trailer parking on the right side.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test A-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary

Test A-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner

Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: Grass and sand.

9) OTHER INFORMATION: Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences

under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Food available on grounds. You may enter the

same horse at 2 consecutive levels. Show Jumping will be in a grass ring. Horses need not be USEA

registered. USEF fees do not apply (i.e. don't include starter fees or drug fees line items). Entries

without a current negative Coggins will not be accepted. "Complete" entry refund of $10 given for

correctly completed entry forms with all signatures, coggins and correct fees. If stabling requested,

include USEA stabling form too. If you have any questions, contact sec'y before opening date.

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QUEENY PARK HORSE TRIALS

Ballwin, Missouri (Area 4)

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ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 4/26/2011 Close Date: 5/24/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Ann Begemann, Secretary 760 Glenvista Pl Glendale, MO 63122 (314) 614-

0686 begemann_ann@sbcglobal.net Please contact the secretary with any entry or stable-related

questions. You may use www.equestrianentries.com or the USEA online express entry system,

Xentry, to enter the competition. An entry will not be considered complete unless all money,

signatures, emergency contact phone # and a copy of a current Negative Coggins are

received by the secretary. If entries are not completed by the closing date, there will be a

$15 fee collected from competitor when picking up packet at event.

Entries must be postmarked by 5/24/11 or be subject to a post entry fee of $50. Entry status

can be checked on www.startboxscoring.com

ORGANIZER: Christina DeMauro, Queeny Park Equestrian Events,2077 Waters Edge Court, Lake

Saint Louis, MO 63367, (314) 614-2132 Cell Phone (and phone during competition) (636) 561-1457

Home christy@powersourcemidwest.com or info@qpee.org

OFFICIALS: TD: Sue Smithson, NC Judges: Pres: Terri Kemp, AZ Dressage: Nena Denman, IA

CD: X-C: Julie Zapapas, SC; SJ: Brody Robertson, MO

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to QPEE. Entry: P: $175.00; T, N, BN: $170.00;

Starter: $165.00 Stabling: $150.00 Jump Out Fee: $40.00 (for those not stabling) Extra Shavings:

$8.00/3.0 cu.ft. bag if pre ordered, $10.00 on show grounds Tack Stall: $115.00

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Any entries accepted after posted

closing date of 5/24/11 may be made at the discretion of the secretary and with an additional $50 late

fee. Double entries: Not accepted. All competitors must be USEA members except BN and Starter. BN

riders that are not USEA member must pay a $25 non-member fee. Starter riders are exempt from

all USEA fees (starter/drugs/membership/non-membership fees). Riders will be limited to two horses

per division. $15 charge for lost pinny. $25 charge for bounced check. Refunds: Before 9:00 p.m. cst

on 5/24/11 Closing Date, please notify the secretary (by email, no voicemail will be accepted) for a

refund, less the $25 non-refundable office fee. After 9:00 p.m. on 5/24/11 Closing Date: No refund!

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5/24/11 Closing Date. Competition cancellation = No refund. ANY CHANGES will be charged $25/

each, and NO CHANGES, ONLY SUBSTITUTIONS within same division 7 days prior to the event. Neg.

Coggins within 12 months required for all horses. Original Coggins paper is required at event. State of

MO requires out-of-state horses to have a current health certificate.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Stables open-1:00 p.m. Cross-country course opens-3:00 p.m.

Sat: Dressage-7:30 am; Cross-country-10:00 am; Competitor / Volunteer party 5:30p.m - Free for

competitors and volunteers, $10 for extra tickets which can be purchased Saturday morning at Sec'y

tent. Sun: Show Jumping and Awards Ceremony: 8:30 a.m.

3) AWARDS: 8 ribbons per division, Awards 1st -3rd place! Pony Club Low Score Award (Active and

Graduate) donated by the Harwood Family. Harwood Perpetual Trophy to the BN Junior Rider winner.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available June 7 on our website, www.qpee.org and www.startboxscoring.

com. No cards will be sent.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $150/Stall from 1 p.m. Friday 6/10/11 to Monday 6/13/11 morning.

$115/Tack Stall (No shavings), 125 temporary stalls on grounds. Stall doors/one bag of initial bedding

(shavings) only provided. Preorder additional shavings with your entry for $8 a bag - A

limited supply of shavings will be available for purchase at the event for $10 a bag. A

$40 jump out fee is required for those not stabling. Veterinarian: Mid-Rivers Equine Centre, 1-800-

828-4517 and (636) 332-5373, number will be posted at secretary tent. Farrier: on site Saturday and

Sunday, Donnie Perkinson, (314) 288-9168, will be posted at secretary tent.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Official Show Hotel: Hampton Inn St. Louis/Chesterfield 16201 Swingley

Ridge Rd., Chesterfield, MO 63017, (636) 537-2500; 6 miles from Queeny Park- mention QPEE to

get horse show rate . Other accomodations: Drury Inn Southwest, 6 mi (636) 861-8300. Spring Hill

Suites, 6 mi, (636) 519-7500. Marriott West, 4 mi, (314) 878-2747. Camping: Not permitted.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: St. Louis County Park, 555 Weidman Rd., Ballwin, MO 63011. Be careful

with Map Quest if using this address, it will take you through neighborhoods. From I-64E/US-40E:

To the Weidman Road Entrance: Take exit 22 for MO-141; Keep right at the fork, follow signs for MO-

141S/Woods Mill Rd; Exit onto Clayton Rd; Turn left at the light onto Clayton Rd; Turn right at Weidman

Rd. Park will be on your left at the light about 1.7 miles. Follow signes to trailer parking. From I-70:

To the Weidman Road Entrance: I-270 South to Manchester Road; west on Manchester Road for 2.5

miles; make a right turn at light onto Weidman Road for 0.5 mile; Queeny Park entrance is on the right

- follow signs to trailer parking. From I-44: To the Weidman Road Entrance: I-270 North to Manchester

Road; west on Manchester Road for 2.5 miles; make a right turn at light onto Weidman Road for 0.5

mile; Queeny Park entrance is on the right - follow signs to trailer parking. Complete directions are also

available on our site at qpee.org.

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8) DRESSAGE: All tests will be ridden in a small arena on grass. Tests: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test

A. T-2010 USEF Training Test A. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B.

Starter-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-2800 m @ 520 mpm. T-2400 m @ 450 mpm. N-2000 m @ 375 mpm.

BN-1700 m @ 350 mpm/max fence height 2'7". Starter-1383 m @ 275 mpm/max fence height

2'. All courses have rolling terrain with distinct tracks for each level. New jumps at all levels this year!

P-BN will include a water element.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed May 9th.

Entry limit 150. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the

Eligible Section and include birth date on entry.

Questions about the event? Please contact organizer, Christina DeMauro, at christy@

powersourcemidwest.com or at (636) 561-1457. Questions about your entry, withdrawals, or

changes? Please contact the sec'y, Ann Begemann, at begemann_ann@sbcglobal.net or at (314)

614-0686.

Food concession on grounds Saturday and Sunday. The Eventing Shop will be back for supplies and

tack repair.

Dogs must be leashed under St. Louis County Park Ordinances. Park Rangers will be there to

enforce rule.

The dressage and stadium venues are approximately a half-mile hike, or 15 minute walk on foot from

the sec'y tent. The Cross Country Course is approximately one mile hack or 25 minute walk on foot

from the sec'y tent.

St. Louis County Parks prohibits personally owned motorized or battery-powered vehicles within

Queeny Park (trails and cross-country course).

QPEE will provide shuttles Friday, Saturday and Sunday from the secratary tent to the dressage, crosscountry

and stadium jumping venues.

Medical card/armband, ASTM/SEI helmets, and safety vests for cross-country, required at all levels.

ASTM/SEI helmets will be required at all times when mounted.


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JUNE 18-19

SILVERWOOD FARM SPRING HORSE TRIALS

Camp Lake, Wisconsin (Area 4)

June 17th Friday CT Schooling Show P,T, N, BN, SN USEA Recognized Division T, N, BN,

Starter Test.

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/3/2011 Close Date: 5/31/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Lisa Cannata P.O. Box 171 Camp Lake, WI 53109 (847) 235-6410 (847) 589-8574

(fax) eventing@silverwoodfarm.net http://www.silverwoodfarm.net/

ORGANIZER: Lisa Froehlig, PO Box 192, Camp Lake, WI 53109, (262) 889-4700.

OFFICIALS: TD: Vicki Rauwolf , IL Judges: Pres: Marie Johnson, WI; Curtis Sage,

Others TBA C.D:X-C: Klaus Dierks SJ: Lisa Froehlig.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: PLEASE use www.EventEntries.com to enter. Draw checks to

Silverwood Farm or credit card (MC, Visa or Discover)-$5.00 (mailed/faxed entries only) processing

fee applied. Late entries accepted if scheduling allows with $20 post entry fee. Entry: All divisions:

$280.00 includes stabling Tack stall: $85.00.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee includes stabling & a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries not

accepted. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. If oversubscribed,

priority given to USEA members. Starter competitors are exempt from USEA Starter, Drug Fees and

USEA membership/non-membership fees. $30 fee for any changes of horse/rider or level on entry

when such requests can be accommodated. $30-Lost pinny. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 nonrefundable

office fee. Written/email cancellation must be received by 7 pm on C.D. After C.D.-Entry/

Stabling-No refund or substitutions for other shows. Competition cancellation- No refund. Neg. Coggins

required for all horses dated 2011 with entry. $50 returned check fee. Schooling Show CT: see www.

silverwoodfarm.net for fees and entry form. Recieve $25 discount on stabling if you enter both shows!

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Thurs: Stabling open for CT schooling show entries after 1 pm and

event entries that have paid $30 for extra night. Fri: CT Schooling Show; Stabling open at 1 PM for

event entries. Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: Dressage-7:30 am; Cross-country-11:30 am;

Competitors and Volunteers´ party-4:30 pm. Sun: Show Jumping-8 am. *Depending on the number of

entries, Show Jumping could be held on Saturday.


3) AWARDS: Trophy and 6 ribbons per division.

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4) STARTING TIMES: Available approx. June 13 posted on www.silverwoodfarm.net.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Available 1 pm Thursday for CT schooling show entries and event

entries that pay $30 extra night fee. For Event entries only: 1 PM Friday to 9 pm Sunday. Perm 10x10

stalls in stabling complex. Tack stalls=$85. Temp stalls will be used ONLY if necessary. Stall doors

provided. Stalls must be left in clean condition. One bag shavings provided. Shavings available @

$7/bag on entry or $8 after CD--order must be in by 2 pm each day. For Groups: use ONE name for

everyone in group. No guarantee of matches with multiple names! Competitors are responsible for stall

damage. Veterinarian: Bristol Vet Service, (262) 859-2560. # will be posted at sec´y´s office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Comfort Inn, Antioch (847) 395-3606.Ask for Silverwood Farm

Discount! La Quinta, Bristol (262) 857-7911. Country Inn & Suites, Bristol (262) 857-3680. Value Inn,

Bristol (262) 857-2622. Super 8, Bristol (262) 857-7963. Book Rooms Early!! Camping: No camper

hook-ups on grounds. Local camp grounds: Chain O´ Lakes State Park (847) 587-5512. Happy Acres,

Bristol (262) 857-7373.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: (for internet only . NOT mailing) 28426 98th Street, Trevor, WI

53179 From I-.94 (WI): Exit Hwy C west to Route 83, north for 1/3 mile to SA west for 2.5 miles to T

intersection. Left on AH for 0.5 miles to farm. From Richmond, IL: Rt. 173 east to Wilmot Rd north to

town of Wilmot. At second stop sign (County Rd C) turn right (east) to County Rd B LEFT (north) 2 mi.

to AH right, 0.5 mile to farm.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: T-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm.

BN/Starter-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: Sand.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: T-2400 m @ 420 mpm. N-2000 m @ 350 mpm. BN-1700 m @ 325 mpm/

max. fence 2´7’. Starter-970 m @300 mpm /max fence 2´3’. T/N/BN: Average, for horses with some

experience at this level. SN- easy course that can be trotted.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed June 6th, no schooling after June 5th!

Be sure to call ahead to check on availability and conditions. By appointment ONLY, call organizer to

arrange schooling (262) 889-4700. Entry limit 150. Rider limit 2 horses/level; 3 horses/entire event.

Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and

birth date on entry. Food available on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. Party: Saturday 4:30 pm! All

parking must be in parking field. Failure to comply will result in fines!

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JUNE 24-26

FOX RIVER VALLEY PONY CLUB HORSE TRIALS

Barrington Hills, Illinois (Area 4)

North Central Prairie Region Eventing Rally

Barrington Saddlery CIC1*

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/10/2011 Close Date: 6/7/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: CIC1*,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Rick Dunkerton, Secretary c/o AMS PO Box 1647 Laurel, MS 39441-

1647 Phone (601) 498-3330 Fax (601) 426-9984 E-mail: rdunkerton@evententries.com

Enter On-Line: www.EventEntries.com Credit cards accepted. Mail original signatures, copy of neg.

coggins within 12 months of show, FRVPC Release, BC-PD Release & checks (if necessary) to Secretary.

Releases available at www.FRVPCHorsetrials.org.

ORGANIZER: FRVPC Horse Trial Advisory Board c/o Fred and Barb McMorris 76 Meadow Hill Road,

Barrington Hills, IL 60010 (847) 382-8358 Email: organizer@frvpchorsetials.org Fax: 847-528-2424

Web:www.frvpchorsetrials.org Competition Management: Fox River Valley Pony Club.

OFFICIALS: FEI TD: Paticia Gilbert, USA Judges: Pres: Robert Stevenson, MD; Terri Kemp,

AZ; Dressage Judge: Adrienne Pot, IL FEI Steward: Katherine Lindsay, USA C.D. XC/SJ: Ana

Schravesande, TX.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Fox River Valley Pony Club HT; separate check

for each entry. Entry: CIC One Star: $300.00; P,T,N: $200.00; BN: $185.00 Late Entry Fee: $25.00

Changes after closing date $25.00 fee. Stabling: $165.00 Tack Stall $125.00 Grounds Fee: $80.00

(non-stabled horses). Preferred parking: See website for details

1) ENTRIES: ENTRIES WILL BE LIMITED TO 250 TOTAL HORSES. All CIC1* entries submitted

by closing date will be accepted. Entry fees include $25 non-refundable office fee. $25.00 NSF fee. BN

Level competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. This fee is waived for

Pony Club members competing in the North Central Prairie Region Eventing Rally. USPC members may

compete in the rally at the BN and N levels without paying USEA member fees or BN nonmember fees.

(HOWEVER Member fees and horse registration are required to be eligible for USEA awards). Double

entries: Not accepted. CIC entries must use 2011 USEA Three Day CCI/CIC Entry Form. All US Horses

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or National passport indicating required influenza primary series and boosters. Refunds: Before C.D.-

Less $25 non-refundable office fee. Withdrawals must be received in writing by mail, email or fax by

9:00 PM CST Closing Date. After C.D.-No refund. Competition cancellation-No refund. Copy of neg.

Coggins dated within 12 months of competition, must be mailed to the secretary. All horses competing

N & above must be registered with the USEA, with the exception of BN and N horses competing in

the NCPR PC Eventing Rally. Entry status will be posted to the website www.FRVPCHorsetrials.org and

emailed. Scratches & changes must be emailed or faxed with complete info, including rider, horse &

division.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Thurs: Check in for stabling-12:00 PM; Cross-country open-3 PM. CIC1*

Informal Veterinary Examination: 3:00-5:00 PM Must have passports with vaccination records. Fri:

Dressage-8:00 AM Sat: Cross-country-8:00 AM N, T, P, CIC1*; Show Jumping: BN Time: TBA Sun: CIC

Horse Inspection-8:00 AM; Show Jumping-8:30 AM N, T, P, CIC1*; Cross Country-9:00 AM BN.

3) AWARDS: Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. Special prizes offered by Barrington Saddlery.

4) STARTING TIMES: Check the FRVPC Horse Trial website: www.FRVPCHorsetrials.org. Start times

will be emailed.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Stabling on site, temp & perm. stalls with doors-$165 Thurs-Sun.

Request for group stabling use one name i.e: barn or trainer. North Central Prairie Pony Club Rally

participants should indicate NCPR RALLY on stabling form. Initial bedding provided. Additional

bedding for sale onsite. Event Veterinarian: Rachel Kane, DVM 708-988-5263. FEI Veterinarian:

Lisa Borzynski, DVM 763-370-2445.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Days Inn-Barrington.-6.5 mi., (847) 381-2640. Hilton Garden Inn-Hoffman

Estates, (847) 277-7889. Hampton Inn, Elgin-9 mi., (847) 931-1940. Hampton Inn, Hoffman Estates

. (847) 882-4301. LaQuinta Inn, (847) 882-3312. Marriott Chicago Northwest . (847) 645-9500

Camping: Not available. No tents or campers allowed.

7) DIRECTIONS: Barrington Countryside Park District 254 Bateman Road, Barrington Hills, IL. From

East & South: I-90 to Hwy #59. North to Rte. 62. West to Bateman Rd. North to Riding Center

on right. From West: I-90 to Hwy #25. North to Hwy 68. East to Bateman Rd. North to Riding

Center. From North: Rte. 59 South to County Line Rd. (Main Street). West to Bateman Rd. South to

Riding Center.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: CIC1*-2009 FEI One Star Test A-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test

C-Std. T-2010 USEF Training Test A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice

Test A-Sm. Arenas and Warm-up: Sand & grass. Note CIC1* and Prelim tests will be in standard arena.

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9) CROSS-COUNTRY: CIC1*/P-2900 m @ 520 mpm T-2400 m @ 450 mpm N-2000 m @ 350

mpm BN-2000 m @ 300 mpm Terrain: Wooded trails, prairie, gently rolling country. All courses:

Average, for horses with some experience at these levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross Country course closed sunset, Tuesday, May 24. Our cross

country maintenance program is ongoing. We are continually developing new tracks, aerovating and

seeding, and adding new jumps at each level. Please refrain from schooling when the ground is soft

and wet! Entry limit 250 horses. Levels offered depending on entries: Open, Junior/YR, Rider,

Horse. Pony Club Rally participants should indicate division and level as well as Pony Club Rally. Levels

may be eliminated/divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section

and include birth date on entry. Prize list available from secretary. Food on grounds.. Competitors

Dinner: On grounds, Saturday evening approx. 6 p.m. after cross-country. Competitors = free! Others

= $12. Dogs must be leashed. We are priveleged to be able to use the Spring Creek Forest

Preserve of Cook County. Please respect their regulations. NO UNAUTHORIZED VEHICLES

ON CROSS COUNTRY COURSE. NO BIKES ON COURSE. NO CAMPING. We will be providing

spectator and trainer transportation to cross country. No matter what level you ride, you must submit

the 2011 Entry form signature page signed by rider, owner/agent and trainer. All riders must sign

BOTH the FRVPC Release and the Barrington-Countryside Park District Release. If you are under

18 years old, these release forms must be signed by your Parent/Guardian. Both releases posted at

www.FRVPCHorsetrials.org . Mail to secretary with rider information clearly listed or bring to Checkin.

VOLUNTEER CONTACT: Volunteers needed! Contact volunteer coordinator at volunteer@

FRVPCHorsetrials.org.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE. See website for details. Jump sponsorship to

benefit Fox Rver Valley Pony Club education and conservation program and Walk On Therapeutic

Riding Program.


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JULY 10

WAYNE DUPAGE HORSE TRIALS

Wayne, Illinois (Area 4)

ON SITE STABLING! NO GROUNDS FEE!

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ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/24/2011 Close Date: 6/21/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Erin Kowalewski, P. O. Box 123, Wayne, IL 60184. Communicate via e-mail:

waynedupageht@sbcglobal.net. Phone during show: 630-709-7156

ORGANIZER: Org./Secretary: Dan Kowalewski/Erin Kowalewski Comp Mngmnt: Wayne DuPage

Horse Trials, Inc.

OFFICIALS: TD: Wendy Wergeles, CA Judges: Pres: Janis Linnan, ID CD:X-C/SJ: John Williams, NC

EVENT FEES: Draw checks to Wayne DuPage Horse Trials, Inc. Entry: P/T/N/BN: $180.00;

Starter: $125.00 Stabling: ON SITE $100 if entry postmarked on or prior to June 21,

2011 $125 if entry postmarked after June 21, 2011 (if space is still available) NO GROUNDS

FEE!

1) ENTRIES: PLEASE READ! No matter whether you choose to send a check or pay with a credit card,

PLEASE USE EQUESTRIAN ENTRIES.COM to log on all your info. It is free to register on the site.

You can type in ALL entry info and then a) PRINT your entry form and MAIL with CHECK/Coggins/

Signature page OR b) use a credit card to enter. Please contact Georges at EquestrianEntries.com for

further directions to enter/pay electronically. If you just print an entry form you are NOT entered, your

information is in the system, but you are NOT officially entered. You will only be officially entered when

your check reaches the secretary. If after typing in all your information you use a credit card to pay for

your entry, you are officially entered. All entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Preliminary

Riders/Owners/Agents must include copy of current USEF Membership card or pay the USEF nonmember

fee. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay additional $25 non-member

fee with entry. USEA FEES, starter and drugs/med fees DO NOT apply to the Starter Level. Starter

competitors are also exempt from USEA membership/non-membership fees. Please include a legible

email address on entry, all communications will be electronic. All monies paid between July 2-10 must

be paid in cash/money order/cashier's check. All changes must be in writing (e-mail) $75 returned

check fee. $50 charge for missing pinny. Refunds: Before C.D.- Entry less $25 non-refundable office

fee; After C.D.- NO REFUND. Competition cancellation No Refund. Neg. Coggins within 12 months

required for all horses; include with entry.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Sat: Stabling opens at 10:00 AM; Cross-country course opens at 3

pm. Sun: P,T, N, BN, Starter- Dressage-8 am; Show Jumping; Cross-country.


3) AWARDS: Prizes. 8 ribbons per division.

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4) STARTING TIMES: Check horse trials website www.waynedupageht.com and/or USEA website,

Upcoming Live Scoring Events for entry acceptance acknowledgement. Ride Times: After July 4 www.

waynedupageht.com and/or USEA website, Upcoming Live Scoring Events.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: ON SITE STABLING. Temporary stall w/doors: Available Sat. July 9 at

10:00 AM. NOTE: "STABLE WITH REQUESTS"- PLEASE USE ONE PERSON'S NAME TO IDENTIFY STALLS

TOGETHER. Veterinarian: Fox Valley Equine 630-365-5600 # posted at stabling and show office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: All within 5 miles. All in St. Charles. Holiday Inn 630-584-5300, Best Western

630-584-4550, Super 8 630-377-8388, Hilton Inn 630-584-0700 OVERNIGHT CAMPING IS NOT

ALLOWED IN FOREST PRESERVE!

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: Pratt´s Wayne Woods Forest Preserve, 6N941 Dunham Rd Wayne, IL

60184 is located 35 miles due west of Chicago. From South: I-88 (Tollway) to Farnsworth North, travel

12 miles. Farnsworth becomes Kirk Rd then becomes Dunham Rd. From North: I-90 to Rte 59. Proceed

south on Rt. 59 for 7 miles. to Stearns Rd. West to Dunham Rd. Turn left. Pratt’s Wayne Woods Forest

Preserve is on east side of Dunham Rd (south of Stearns Rd).

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm.

N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN & Starter-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Grass arenas.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: (approx distances) P-TBD. T-2300 m @ 420 mpm. N-2000 m @ 350 mpm. BN-

2000 m @ 350 mpm, 14-16 fences, max. ht. 2´7. Starter: Max height 2'3"; XC will include option at water

jump; XC NOT TIMED. Courses: HT average difficulty. Starter inviting, straight forward, great opportunity

to introduce green horses to a real cross-country course at introductory height jumps. Galloping lanes

Aeravated. No motorized vehicles on xc without permission of day sec´y. Those with permission will be

given special ID.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed June 19 sundown. Divisions may be

cancelled/combined if entries insufficient. Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. In order for entries

to be considered complete, MUST have at least: complete date of birth, 3 mandatory signatures,

current Coggins, USEA number BN-P (or $25 non-member fee at BN). For P USEF# & copy of USEF

card for rider/owner/agent, if the same, MUST indicate (or $30 non-member fee, rider/owner/agent).

One check or credit card payment to cover all fees. Entries completed/corrected too late to process/

schedule will be put on wait list. If unclear about ANY direction for entry form, please contact ERIN, show

secretary, through e-mail, waynedupageht@sbcglobal.net for assistance. Riders under 18 years old

must have parent´s ORIGINAL signature on Forest Preserve waiver in order to pick up packet. If parent

will not be on show grounds when Jr. is picking up packet, print waiver from WDHT website. Show

management reserves the right to make additions/ corrections/deletions to this Omnibus listing. Check

website for additions/corrections/deletions. Show management reserves the right to make changes. Entry

limited. COMPLIMENTARY Horse Trials' buffet Saturday 4:00 PM Sponsored by FEATHER CREEK

EQUESTRIAN, Elgin, IL. Everyone welcome, no tickets needed! Volunteers are always welcome. Visit

website, www.waynedupageht.com or E-mail: waynedupageht@sbcglobal.net

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JULY 16-17

ROEBKE'S RUN HORSE TRIALS

Fairfax, Minnesota (Area 4)

New Event!

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ENTRY PERIOD: Open Date: 5/31/2011 Close Date: 6/28/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P,PH,PR USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,NH,NR,T,TH,TR,BN,BNH,BNR

SEND ENTRIES TO: Enter on line go to: www.evententries.com Mail original signatures page a copy

of 2011 coggins and checks (if necessary) to sec'y. Checks must be received within 4 days of electronic

entry to guarantee entry in event.

OR Send Entries to: Brook Schweiss, Secretary 72121 470th Street Hector, MN 55342 PH: 320-894-

8831 brook@bifold.com Show office number: www..schweissstables.com

ORGANIZER: Org/ Manager: Julie & Brook Schweiss, 72121 470th Street, Hector, MN 55342, Brook

Cell 320-894-8831 Office 507-426-8273 Fax 507-426-7408, email: brook@bifold.com

OFFICIALS: TD: David Emmons, MI Judges: Pres: Marie Johnson, WI CD: XC/SJ: John Williams, NC

EVENT FEES: Draw checks to Roebke’s Run H.T. Entries: P/T/N/BN: $325.00 (All entry fees

includes stabling!) Tack Stall: (if available): $100.00 Clean Stall Deposit: $ 25.00 (separate check)

1) ENTRIES: Entries limited to 150. Entries will be accepted according to postmark date. Entry fees

include a $25 non-refundable office fee and stabling fee. $25 stall cleaning deposit, please include a

separate check, check will be destroyed if stall is stripped. $25 fee for changing horse/rider/level after

CD. $40 charge for changes post schedule make up. Double entries: Not accepted. BN riders who are

not USEA members must pay an additional $25 with entry. Refunds: Before C.D.-Entry/Stabling-Less

$25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-Entry-no refund; Stabling-less $25 full refund if stall can be

filled. Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins must be dated 2011 for all horses, include a

copy with entry.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri.: Barns open 1pm. Cross-country courses open-3:00 pm.

Sat: Dressage; Cross-country. Sun: Show Jumping.

3) AWARDS: Prizes & 8 ribbons per division. New this year: North Country Eventing Challenge.

Compete at Otter Creek HT and Roenle's Run HT at any level with the same horse/rider. Your total score

will be combined to see who will take home the cash prize. Find out more on our web site.


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4) STARTING TIMES: Posted to www.schweissstables.com & sent by email.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN:

150 10x10 permanent and temp stalls with doors. Stabling opens Thursday 1pm-Sunday 6pm,

mandatory stabling included in entry fee, initial shavings included. Extra stabling $20 per night. Hay

$7 & shavings $8 available for purchase, email brook@bifold.com prior to July 11 to have your order

delivered to your stall. Shavings only allowed! Stall cleaning deposit=$25 included on separate check.

Indicate a stabling group name if you want to stable with others. Veterinarian: # will be at show office

and stall door.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Located in Olivia, MN - Sheep Shedde Inn-Olivia 22Mi - 320-523-

5000. Located in Redwood Falls, MN: Redwood Valley Lodge 27 MI, 507-644-5700, Select Inn- 27 Mi

-800-287-5443, Smart Choice, 27 MI, -507-637-3456, Motel 71, 27 MI-507-637-2981, Located in Morton,

MN: Morton Inn, 2 1Mi -507-697-6205 Lower Sioux Lodge. 25 MI - 800-946-2274

7) DIRECTIONS: From Hector, MN: Take Hwy 4 south 8 miles.Turn right on to 720th Ave and go 1

mile west Watch for These: #1... South out of town go through the big"S" curves, first right after mile

marker #86 #2....Blue/Yellow Sign saying "SCHWEISS BI-FOLD DOORS" (1 Mile to the west) #3....

Yellow Mailbox saying "Schweiss" From Fairfax, MN: Take Hwy 4 north 7 miles Turn Left on to

720th Ave and go 1 mile west Watch for These: #1....First left after mile marker #85 #2....Blue/Yellow

Sign saying "SCHWEISS BI-FOLD DOORS" (1 Mile to the west) #3....Yellow Mailbox saying "Schweiss"

8) DRESSAGE: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test C-Std. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF

Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-3200 m @ 520 mpm. T-2500 m @ 450 mpm. N-2200 m @ 450 mpm.

BN-2000 m @ 350 mpm/max. All courses: Average, for horses with some experience at these levels.

Terrain: Rolling terrain with very good sand footing. All courses spectator friendly.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course open only by appointment. Courses closed June

1st. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section

and birth date on entry. Food provided by The Other Place Bar & Grill. Watch schweissstables.com for

information Dogs are welcome but must be leashed. Competitors Party: Saturday evening. Food,

beverages, games and entertainment. One ticket included per entry. Please pre-purchase your extra

meal tickets with your entry cost: $15.00 (with entry) or at the show office by 6pm Friday for $20. No

vehicles on course without permission.

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HUNTER OAKS HORSE TRIALS

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Bloomington, Illinois (Area 4)

ALL PHASES OF 2011 COMPETITION HELD AT HUNTER OAKS FARM

24 hour security on grounds.

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/7/2011 Close Date: 7/5/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: IP,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Hunter Oaks Horse Trials c/o Nancy Russell P.O. Box 1131 DeLeon Springs, FL

32130 Secretary phone: 386-679-0792 Fax: 386-985-2129 email: a3dayevntr@aol.com

Email - HunterOaksHorseTrials@bopi.com Web: http://www.hunteroaksfarm.com/ Enter on-line at

www.EventEntries.com and mail copy and payment to the secretary.

ORGANIZER: Hunter Oaks Equestrian Center, LLC / Tom & Sandy Mercier, 314 MacAllen Lake Road,

Carlock, IL 61725, (309) 530-9353. 309)826-7433. Fax (309) 663-0581

Ride time notification Monday prior to competition via email and posted at www.HunterOaksFarm.com

OFFICIALS: TD: Cleon Wingard, OH Judges: Pres: Sue Hughes, MI CD:X-C/SJ: John Williams, NC

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Hunter Oaks Equestrian Center, LLC. Entry:

IP, P, T, N, BN divisions: $200.00; Starter Test: $150.00 Stabling: $200.00 Grounds Fee: $75.00

(non-stabled horses) Saturday nite party: FREE to competitors/officials/volunteers - guest tix $15.00

1) ENTRIES: USEA and USEF fees are not included as part of the entry fee. These association fees

should be added to your entry fee, per the itemized Fees Enclosed section of the Entry Form, totaled

with the other applicable fees, and sent to the event with your entry. Please use the 2011 entry form.

Failure to do so could result in the entry not being accepted. Double entries: Not accepted. I/P, P

entries must include USEF member # (owner, rider, agent) and copy member card OR include $30

non-member fee. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. Lost

pinny=$10. Returned Check - $50 fee Refunds: Before C.D.- In writing - refund less $25 office fee; After

C.D.- no refund. Competition cancellation-No Refund. Neg. Coggins required for all horses within 12

months - must accompany entry.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Thurs: Cross-country course open-3 pm Fri: Dressage-8:30 am; Official

cross-country course walk-5 pm Sat: Cross-country-9 am Sun: Show Jumping-8 am


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3) AWARDS: All Divisions (Starter-IP): Prizes 1st - 3rd and 8 ribbons per division. 1st place dressage

ribbons each division. Hunter Oaks sponsors overall lowpoint awards: $100 cash Area IV Adult

Rider , $100 cash Area IV YR, $100 cash IDCTA, $100 cash USPC Duchess Trophy (donated by Kim

Connelly) to oldest horse to complete event.

4) STARTING TIMES: Starting times available at www.HunterOaksFarm.com and will be sent by

evententries.com

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $195/stall available noon Thursday to Sun. 8pm. Some tack stalls

available @ $150/tack stall. Request for GROUP stabling, please use ONE name (i.e. barn OR trainer)

Please do NOT switch stalls upon arrival without secretary approval!!!! 175 temporary COVERED

stalls on grounds. Stall doors provided. $75 grounds fee if not stabled on grounds. Veterinarian: Dr.

Monfort 309-928-2127 / 309-826-2127 cell

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Hotels: Comfort Suites 309-834-4700, Holiday Inn Express (309) 820-

9990, Country Inns & Suites (309) 828-7177. Ramada Ltd (309) 828-0900. Hawthorne (309) 829-8111.

Hampton Inn (309) 829-3700. All hotels are on west side of Bloomington near Interstate Center approx.

10 miles from farm. Rates vary. On-site primitive camping permitted @ no charge in designated areas,

but NO amenities or electrical hook-up. Must have own generator. Kamp Komfort RV campground w/

hook-ups, bath house, etc approx. five miles from farm 309-376-4411 and one mile off Carlock/I-74 exit.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: Hunter Oaks Equestrian Center is located just 14 miles west of

Bloomington-Normal where I-55, I-74, and I-39 intersect. From I-39, take Hudson exit and travel East

to T-stop. Right, then immediate left to end of road. Right on SR 150west approx. one mile and right

on MacAllen Lake Rd. From Bloomington-Normal or Peoria, take I-74 to Carlock exit. Exit and

pass bp gas station, school, over RR tracks to stop sign. Turn left (west) on SR150 and go 3.6 miles to

MacAllen Lake Road. Turn right and you will see stabling. GOOGLE Hunter Oaks Equestrian Center

"show map"

(DO NOT MAPQUEST ONLY!!! mapquest directions are incorrect for our location)

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: IP-2010 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary

Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN/Starter Test-2010

USEF Beginning Novice Test B-Sm.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: IP/P - 2800 m @ 500mpm. T-2200 m @ 420 mpm. N-2000 m @ 350 mpm.

BN-1600 m @ 325 mpm/max. Average, for horses with some experience at these levels. Starter

course-most fences 2'0" and max height 2'3" Starter xc includes some replicas of our larger fences.

Inviting for first event and the real deal! Starter course does NOT track thru timber or larger hills.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closes end of day Monday, June 27. Entry

limit-200. Riders limited to 2 horses/level, or 4 horses/entire event. Levels may be divided/ combined

as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Concessions

& Vendor Fair on grounds. Dogs must be leashed! Saturday night Barn Party at the Farm 5:30-8pm.

Free to competitors, volunteers & officials. Guest tickets available @ $15.00 - BUFFET w/table seating.

Complimentary beverages. Door Prizes!

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JULY 23-24

BRIAR FOX FARM SUMMER HORSE TRIALS

Augusta, Kansas (Area 4)

Central States Event Team Challenge

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/7/2011 Close Date: 7/5/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Bonnie Griest, Secretary 9718 SW Hwy. 54 Augusta, KS 67010 (316) 775-5512

(316) 648-4705 or (316) 640-7047 (Friday noon thru competition) http://www.thehorsefarm.com/

ORGANIZER: Tim Griest, (same as above)

OFFICIALS: TD: Pam Wiedemann, PA Judges: Pres: Debbie Rodriguez, VA CD:X-C/SJ: Ana

Schravesande, TX.

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Briar Fox Farm, Inc. Entry: Per Division: OP:

$185.00; T/N/BN: $170.00; Starter Event Rider: $160.00; Event Team Challenge Divisions:

$195.00 Stabling: $140.00 Grounds Fee: $35.00 (non-stabled horses) Camping: $30.00 weekend;

RV Hookup; $50.00 weekend

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Note: USEA and USEF fees are not

included as part of the entry fee. These association fees should be added to your entry fee, per the

itemized Fees Enclosed section of the Entry Form, totaled with the other applicable fees, and sent to

the event with your entry. Please use the 2011 entry form. Failure to do so could result in the entry

not being accepted. CHALLENGE DIVISIONS QUALIFYING CRITERIA: In order to compete in the Team

Challenge, a team member must have previously ridden and successfully completed at least one horse

trials at the challenge level he or she is entering. Indicate as such on the entry form. Furthermore, the

team member may never have competed above the next higher level within the past 2 years (including

the year of the Challenge), i.e., a Novice Challenge team member may not have competed higher than

Training level in the last 2 years. Teams may consist of 3-4 team members all of the same level. Double

entries: Not accepted. Starter Event Rider entrants: drug/admin fees do not apply. BN competitors who

are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. Starter competitors are exempt from USEA

Starter and Drug Fees and USEA membership and non-membership fees. If competition not full,

post entries accepted after C.D. thru 7/15 - add $25.00. Withdrawals must be in writing. Changes to

rider/horse/division after C.D., additional $25. Bounced check charge=$50. Refunds: Before C.D. with

vet. certificate-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-Entry/ Stabling-No refund. Competition

cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins within 12 months required for all horses, must accompany entry.


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2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm Sat: Dressage-8 am; Show

Jumping-approx 1 pm. Sun: Cross-country-9 am.

3) AWARDS: 8 ribbons per division. Team Challenge Divisions: Prize money and 6 Ribbons. All prize

money paid to owners as listed on entry form. Prize money paid through 3rd as follows: 1st=50%,

2nd=30%, 3rd=20%. Challenge divisions must have a minimum of 3 competitors.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available at www.thehorsefarm.com, Wednesday am week of event.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited. $140/Stall from noon Thursday to noon Monday. 20 stalls

in summer barn w/gates, all others temp. stalls w/doors under tent. Initial bedding only provided. Extra

bags of shavings=$8. All on grounds horses must be in furnished stalls. $35 grounds fee if not stabled

on grounds. Feed/hay/bedding available for purchase locally. Further info. from sec'y. Veterinarian: El

Dorado Animal Clinic, (316) 320-1050. # will be posted with sec'y.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Holiday Inn Express-6 mi.,(316) 733-8833. Augusta Inn-1 mi., (316) 775-

5979. Lehr's Motel-1 mi., (316) 775-6327. Club House Inn-12 mi., (316) 684-1111., Andover Express Inn-

6 mi.,(316)733-8881. Camping: Limited. $30.00 weekend. RV Hookup-$50.00--limited hookups.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 9718 SW Hwy 54. Augusta, KS 67010. From KS Turnpike (I-35) South: Exit

Wichita East (Kellogg). East on US 54 for 11.5 miles (mile marker 233). From KS Turnpike (I-35) North:

Andover exit, right (east) 4 miles to Santa Fe Lake Rd., right (south) 3 miles to US Hwy. 54, left (east) 1

mile. From I-135 North: Exit Northeast Expressway (Exit 10 K-96) approx. 9 miles to Hwy. 54 (Augusta).

East approx. 9 miles.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P- 2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Starter-2011 USDF

Intro C-small Arena: Sand arena.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-2700 m @ 520 mpm. T-2236 m @ 420 mpm. N-1790 m @ 350 mpm.

BN-1775 m @ 325 mpm/max. fence height 2'7" max. Terrain: Hills, water, trails, woods, ditches, stream

crossings. All courses: P/T/N Average, for horses with some experience at these levels. BN-Easy; good

for first time at this level. Starter-Easy; logs on ground. Brand new track! See www.thehorsefarm. com

for virtual course walk.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed Jul. 15. Levels may be divided/combined

as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date. Prize list on www.

thehorsefarm.com Concessions available on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. Entry forms can be

printed from our website-www.thehorsefarm.com...click "entry forms" to choose the event you wish

to enter and follow the print directions. Approved and completed medical card must be worn during

cross-country and jumping tests. Photography concession available for all 3 phases.

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AUGUST 6-7

SILVERWOOD FARM SUMMER HORSE TRIALS

Camp Lake, Wisconsin (Area 4)

August 5th CT Schooling Show; P, T, N, BN, SN USEA Recognized Levels - T,N,BN,

Eventing Test: Starter

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/21/2011 Close Date: 7/19/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Lisa Cannata P.O. Box 171 Camp Lake, WI 53109 (847) 235-6410 (phone)

(847) 589-8574 (fax) E-mail: Eventing@silverwoodfarm.net Web: http://www.silverwoodfarm.net/

ORGANIZER: Lisa Froehlig, PO Box 192, Camp Lake, WI 53109, (262) 889-4700.

OFFICIALS: TD: Cleon Wingard, OH Judges: Pres: Marie Johnson, WI; Curtis Sage, others

TBA CD:X-C: Klaus Dierks SJ: Lisa Froehlig

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: PLEASE use www.EventEntries.com to enter. Draw checks to

Silverwood Farm or credit card (MC, Visa or Discover)-$5.00 (mailed/faxed entries only) processing fee

applied. Entry: All divisions: $280.00 includes stabling Tack Stall: $85.00.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee includes stabling & a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries not

accepted. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. If oversubscribed,

priority given to USEA members. Starter Competitors are exempt from USEA Starter and Drug Fees

and USEA membership and non-membership fees. $30 fee for any changes of horse/rider or level on

entry when such requests can be accommodated. $30-Lost pinny. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 nonrefundable

office fee. Written/email cancellation must be received by 7 pm on C.D. After C.D.-Entry/

Stabling-No refund or substitutions for other shows. Competition cancellation- No refund. Neg. Coggins

required for all horses dated 2011 with entry. $50 returned check fee. Schooling Show CT: See www.

silverwoodfarm.net for entry form and details. $25 discount in stabling if entered in both shows.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Thurs: Stabling open for CT schooling show entries after 1 pm and

for event entries that pay $30 additional overnight. Fri: CT Schooling Show. Fri: Stabling open for

event entries at 1 pm; Cross-country open-3 pm Sat: Dressage-7:30 am; Cross-country-11:30 am;

Competitors/Volunteers party-4:30 pm. Sun: Show Jumping-8 am. *Stadium could be scheduled for

Saturday depending on # of entries.


3) AWARDS: Trophy & 6 ribbons per division.

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4) STARTING TIMES: Available Aug 1st at www.silverwoodfarm.net.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Available 1 pm Thursday for CT entries and Event entries that pay

$30 for extra overnight. 1 PM Friday to 9 PM Sunday for event entries. Perm 10x10 stalls in stabling

complex. Tack stalls=$85. Temp stalls will be used ONLY if necessary. Stall doors provided. Stalls must

be left in clean condition. One bag shavings provided. Shavings available @ $7/bag on entry or $8

after closing date. Order must be in by 2 pm each day. For Groups: use ONE name for everyone in

group. No guarantee of matches with multiple names! Competitors are responsible for stall damage.

Veterinarian: Bristol Vet Service, (262) 859-2560. # will be posted at sec´y´s office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Comfort Inn, Antioch (847) 395-3606. Ask for Silverwood Farm

Discount! La Quinta, Bristol (262) 857-7911. Country Inn & Suites, Bristol (262) 857-3680. Value Inn,

Bristol (262) 857-2622. Super 8, Bristol (262) 857-7963. Book Rooms Early!! Camping: No camper

hook-ups on grounds. Local camp grounds: Chain O´ Lakes State Park (847) 587-5512. Happy Acres,

Bristol (262) 857-7373.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address for internet - NOT mailing!: 28426 98th Street Trevor, WI 53179 From

I-94 (WI): Exit Hwy C west to Route 83, north for 1/3 mile to SA west for 2.5 miles to T intersection. Left

on AH for 0.5 miles to farm. From Richmond, IL: Rt. 173 east to Wilmot Rd north to town of Wilmot.

At second stop sign (County Rd C) turn right (east) to County Rd B LEFT (north) 2 mi. to AH right, 0.5

mile to farm.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm.

BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Starter- 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A. Arenas: Sand.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: T-2400 m @ 420 mpm. N-2000 m @ 350 mpm. BN-1700 m @ 350 mpm,

max. fence height 2´7’. Starter- 970 m @ 300 mpm. Max fence 2´3’. All T/N/BN: Average, for horses

with some experience at this level. SN-Easy, good for first time at this level. Can be trotted.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed July 25th, no schooling after July 24th!

Be sure to call ahead to check on availability and conditions. By appointment ONLY, call organizer to

arrange schooling (262) 889-4700. Entry limit 150. Rider limit 2 horses/level; 3 horses/entire event.

Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and

birth date on entry. Food available on grounds. Dogs must be leashed. Party: Saturday 4:30 pm! All

parking must be in parking field. Failure to comply will result in fines!

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AUGUST 12-14

OTTER CREEK SUMMER HORSE TRIALS

Wheeler, Wisconsin (Area 4)

USEA/The Chronicle of the Horse Central Adult Team Challenge

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/28/2011 Close Date: 7/26/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: I,P,P-ATC USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,N-ATC,T,T-ATC,BN,BN-ATC USEA Recognized Tests: Starter

SEND ENTRIES TO: Enter on Line: www.evententries.com (credit cards accepted). Mail original

signatures, copy of coggins, copies of USEF memberships (if applicable) & checks (if necessary to

Secretary.

OR Send Entries To: Betsy Jones, Secretary 1201 10 1/2 Ave. Barron, WI 54812 Home:

(715)537-5155 Cell: (715)296-6469 email: jonesbs@chibardun.net. Show office phone during

event: (715)658-1602

Check our web site: www.ottercreekfarm.com for Rider Status, Ride Times and Live Results.

ORGANIZER: Lena Warner, Otter Creek Farm E5847 1170th Ave. Wheeler, WI 54772. Email: org@

ottercreekfarm.com Fax: (715)658-1250 Phone:(715)-658-1105

OFFICIALS: TD: Tom Ordway, ID Judges: Pres: Janet Briggs, NH; Anne Cizadlo, IA CD:XC/SJ: John

Williams, NC

EVENT FEES: Entry Fees: I/P:$350, T/N/BN: $325, Starter: $275 (Enty Fess include Stabling from

Thursday -Sunday). Extra nights: $20 per night. Tack Stall: $100 (if available). Clean Stall Deposit: $25

(check will be destroyed if stall found stripped clean) no C.C. or cash accepted. $25 will be charged

to any changes made after C.D., $40 charge after schedule is done, notice will be sent out via email.

Double entries Not accepted. Refunds: Before C.D.-Full Refund -$25 office fee. Post C.D.-No refunds,

unless entry and or stall can be filled from waiting list less office fee. Competition cancellation no

refund. Neg. Coggins must be dated 2011 for all horses, include a copy with entry. Adult Team

competitors traveling long distance will receive one extra night free.

1) ENTRIES: Entries: Entry Limit 200. All entry fees include a $25 non refundable office fee and

stabling fee. Entries are accepted as received. Priority is given to Adult Team competitors and

postmark date (date mailed or submitted on line). Payment must be received within 7 days of

online registration. Postmark date will be adjusted to when payment is received. Entries must be

Postmarked by the closing date! Late Fee post closing date $25. Starter Competitors are exempt from

the USEA Starter/D&M Fee and membership/non-membership fees. HT BN Competitors who are

not USEA members must pay an additional $25.00 USEA BN Non-member fee. Pinny Holder/Insert

Required - for sale on site, $15 each.


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2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Thurs: Barns open 1:00 PM. Cross-country open-3:00 PM Fri:

Dressage-8:00 AM all divisions Sat: Cross-country-9:00 AM all divisions Sun: Show Jumping and

Awards Ceremonies

3) AWARDS: New! North Country Eventing Challenge (NCEC) compete at Otter Creek HT (3

shows) and Roebke's Run HT (2 shows) and have a chance to win over $2000 in cash and prizes! You

can show at any level with the same horse/rider combination. All divisions Ribbons to 8th place and

prizes from 1st - 4th place. ATC-Ribbons to 10th place in all divisions and Team ribbons first - eighth

place. ATC Team prizes sponsored by The Chronicle of the Horse. Special awards for best dressage

score, Best placing ATC team with the highest cumulative age and other fun awards will be presented

on Sunday.

4) STARTING TIMES: Posted on web site: www.ottercreekfarm.com & sent by email.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: 200 10'x10' a few 12'x12' permanent and temp stalls with doors. One

bag of bedding provided. Stabling open 1PM Thursday and close on Sunday 8PM Additional nights

$20. One free night proved for long distance ATC competitors. Clean stall deposit of $25 (checks only!)

will be destroyed if stall is found stripped (not picked) clean. Hay ($7) and bedding ($8) available for

purchase. Veterinarian and Farrier numbers will be posted on the score board and by barns.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Americinn Lodge and Suits-715-235-4800 (ask for OCF discounts), Comfort

Inn 715-233-1500, Econo Lodge- 715-235-9651, Super 8-715-235-8889, Motel 6-715-2356901, Country

Inn and Suites 715-235-5664, all located in Menomonie 17 miles from show grounds. Otter Creek Acres

(Cabin) 715-225-7182 3 miles. Limited camper hook-ups $30/night.

7) DIRECTIONS: I-94 to Menomonie,WI take Hwy 25 North for 15 miles to 1170th Ave., turn east

(right). Go straight east for 2 miles. See Otter Creek Farm sign on Hwy 25! Mapquest and GPS

Directions: Otter Creek Farm 1170th Ave, Wheeler, WI 54772 Dunn County, US.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary

Test C-Std. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner

Novice Test B-Sm. Starter-2011 USDF Test C.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: I-approx. 3400 m @ 550 mpm. P-approx. 3200 m @ 520 mpm. T-approx.

2200 m @ 450 mpm. N-approx. 2000 m @ 400 mpm. BN-approx. 1900 m @ 350 mpm/max. New

Starter Course! Easy beginner course hight not over 2'4". All courses: Average, for horses with some

experience at these levels. Terrain: Rolling to hilly terrain with very good sand footing. All courses

spectator friendly!

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course open only by appointment. Courses closed August

30th. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section

and birth date on entry. Food provided by Fosters Catering. Watch OCF web for information: www.

ottercreekfarm.com Dogs are welcome but must be leashed. Competitors Party: Saturday evening.

Food, beverages, games and entertainment. One ticket included per entry. Please pre-purchase your

extra meal tickets with your entry cost: $15.00 (with entry) or at the show office by 6pm Friday for $20.

Friday night tailgate get together snacks and beverages. No vehicles on course without permission.

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AUGUST 26-28

HERITAGE PARK HORSE TRIALS

AND NOVICE AND TRAINING 3-DAY EVENT

Olathe, Kansas (Area 4)

ENTRY PERIOD: HT & Tests: Open Date: 7/12/2011 Close Date: 8/9/2011

T3D: Open Date: 6/28/2011 Close Date: 7/26/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: IP,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

PT,N,T,BN,T3D USEA Recognized Tests: Starter, N3D, CT

SEND ENTRIES TO: Beth Stoker 2401 W 25th Street, Apt 2B3 Lawrence, KS 66047 stokerbeth@

hotmail.com Day (785) 291-3287, Eve (785) 766-4563 http://www.macta.info/

ORGANIZER: Beth Stoker, 2401 W. 25th, Apt. 2B3, Lawrence, KS 66047, (785) 291-3287 (between 8

am-4 pm), (785) 766-4563 (evenings after 9 pm & during competition). Email: stokerbeth@hotmail.

com

OFFICIALS: TD: Ana Schravasande, TX Judges: Pres: Mary Lewis, GA; Deeda Randle, WY

CD:X-C: Roger Haller, GA SJ: Beth Stoker

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw check to M.A.C.T.A. Entry: IP/P: $175.00; PT/T, N,

BN, Starter Novice (A & B): $160.00; CT Entry: $100.00; Novice & Training 3-Day: $400.00

(includes 1 stable fee) Fan Hookup: $15.00 Stabling: $145.00 Grounds Fee: $ 50.00 (non-stabled

horses) Payment may be made through paypal (no paypal account necessary). A 3%

convenience charge will be applied to payments made through paypal. If you'd like to pay

by credit card (via paypal), or through paypal, please note on your entry you'd like to

use the paypal option and management will email a bill to you through paypal. Division

charges through PayPal will include all fees (ie, starter, USEF, drug/med, etc.)

1) ENTRIES: CT/Starter/N3D entrants: Starter and D&M fees do not apply, but CT entrants who are

not USEA members must pay a $25 USEA Non-member. All entries must be postmarked, if sent

by FedEx or UPS, please check appropriate delivery method that allows them to leave at

door so it does not require a signature. No hand delivered entries will be accepted. Bounced

Check Surcharge: $35. Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted.

BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. $20=Lost pinny. Refunds:

Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-No refund of entry or stabling. Withdrawals

accepted by email only and must be sent to sec´y by 6 pm on C.D. Contact secretary through email

if possible. Competition cancellation-No refund. Any changes made after C.D.=$25 fee. Neg. Coggins

within 12 months required for all horses-must accompany entry.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Educational activities and dressage test for 3-day divisions; Crosscountry

course open-3 pm. Food & drinks served after course walk. Sat: Dressage-8 am; Endurance;

Cross-country-10 am. Combined Test entries will do dressage and stadium on Saturday. Sun: Show

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3) AWARDS: 8 ribbons per division and various trophies are awarded. Completion ribbons will also

be awarded.

4) STARTING TIMES: Ride times will be available on our website (www.macta.info) no later than

August 24,2011.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: Limited. $145/Stall from 12 pm Thursday to 12 pm Monday. Temp.

stalls on grounds. Stall doors/initial bedding only provided. On ground stabling will be determined

by the date entry is received. Entries received before closing date will have priority. All horses that are

kept on grounds overnight must have a stall that is provided by competition management. Horses

may not be stabled in horse trailers on grounds. $35 Grounds fee for non-stabled horses. Bedding

available for purchase, further info from sec´y. Veterinarian: # will be posted at sec´y´s tent.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Hotels approx. 8 miles from event. Holiday Inn (913) 829-4000. Super 8,

(913) 856-8887. Sleep Inn (913) 390-9500. Comfort Inn, Microtel, Best Western. (Hotels are by Great

Mall of the Great Plains or Olathe Medical Center).

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 14025 W. 159th St., Olathe, KS 66062 (do not use this address for

mapquest); We are directly across the street from 16801 Pflumm in Olathe, KS 66062(for

mapquest). Coming from the south: From I-35, get off at Exit 210, turn right and take 175th Street

east *Go slow at R/R tracks* after stop light, turn left (North) onto Pflumm Rd and go 0.8 miles to

Horse Park entrance on left Travelling from the north: exit 215 (169 South, 7 Hwy. Paola). Turn

onto 169 South and go to 175th Street. Turn left at 175th Street then follow above directions from go

slow at R/R tracks. If you are heading south on Pflumm from 159th & Pflumm, horse park entrance

is 1.2 miles south of the intersection. (Horse Park entrance is not a "marked" park entrance, look for

horse trial signs.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: T3D: 2010 USEF Training Three-day Test-Std. IP - 2010 USEF

Intermediate Test B-Std. P/PT – 2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm.

N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Starter Novice A - 2010

USEF Beginner Novice Test A - Sm. Starter Novice B - 2007 Intro Test B. Arenas: Grass.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: T3D specs TBA. P – 2800 m @ 520mpm. T-2400 m @ 450 mpm/20

obstacles. N-2000 m @ 375 mpm/18 obstacles. BN-1800 m @ 350 mpm/14 obstacles. Starter

Novice - 1500m @ 275mpm/10-14 obstacles and inviting (see "other information for distinction

between SN A & B). All courses: Average, for horses with some experience at these levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course closed July 25. Riders limited 2 horses/level, or

3 horses/entire event. Levels may be further divided if entries warrant; state preferences under the

Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Prize list from sec´y. Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed

and attached to a human. Loose dogs will be confiscated & owner fined $50.00. NO MOTORIZED

VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED ON THE XC COURSE. Starter Novice will be offered. Starter Novice

A will splash through water. Starter Novice B will not go through water splash. See

www.macta.info for dates of cross country schoolings, schooling events and clinics throughout the

year, or contact organizer.

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Area Chairman

Mike Huber

1051 Porter Rd.

Bartonville, TX 76226

(817) 368-7178

mike@goldchipstables.com

Adult Rider Coordinator

Catherine Texter Baker

P.O. Box 436

Atlanta, Texas, 75551

(903) 824-7905

Ctbatlanta@aol.com

Board of Governors Area Representatives

Kristy Limon

28635 Hidden Lake W.

Magnolia, TX 77354

(936) 443-5167

kristym76@hotmail.com

Diane Pitts

7209 Lakewood Blvd.

Dallas, TX 75214

(214) 324-9332

Dianepitts44@gmail.com

Area Treasurer

Karen LeKashman

Karen.LeKashman@bnsf.com

Young Rider Coordinator

Diane Pitts

Dianepitts44@gmail.com

Area Organizer Representative

Tracy Hewlett

1296 Old Plain Dealing Rd.

Benton, LA 71006

tracy@hollyhillfarm.net

Area Website: www.area5eventing.com

Young Event Horse Coordinator

Alyce Hinkle

jvfarms@ev1.net

Finance and Fundraising

Siobhan O’Brien

siobhano@comcast.net

AREA V

Policy and Procedures

Ronda Dillard

to_ronda@airmail.net

Affiliate Eventing Association’s

Area Representative

Debbie Poloson

2937 Indian Hollow

San Antonio, TX 78261

(210) 288-8789

Deborah_Poloson@Bausch.com

AFFILIATE EVENTING ASSOCIATIONS:

Central Texas Eventing Association

Sandra Slattery

3200 Golden Grove

San Antonio, TX 78247

(210) 213-6683

Slatterys@sbcglobal.net

www.cteventing.org

North Texas Eventing Association

Mica Pryor

2201 Long Prairie

Suite 107-714

Flower Mound, TX 75022

(972) 636-7061

Heavenlyoaksfarm@aol.com

www.nteventing.net

Oklahoma Eventers

Meghan Richey

8300 E. Country Rd. 74

Guthrie, OK 73044

(405) 880-3925

president@okeventers.us

www.okeventers.us

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JUNE 11-12

TEXAS ROSE HORSE PARK HORSE TRIALS

Tyler, Texas (Area 5)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 4/26/2011 Close Date: 5/24/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: N,T,BN

SEND ENTRIES TO: Register Online at www.EventEntries.com. Visa/MC, Discover, Amex &

Checks Accepted.

Rick Dunkerton, Secretary C/O AMS PO Box 1647 Laurel, MS 39441 Cell: 601-498-3330 Fax: 601-426-

9984 rdunkerton@EventEntries.com

ORGANIZER: Cathy Brunson, 14078 State Hwy 110N, Tyler, TX 75704 Comp Mngment: TRHP, LLC

OFFICIALS: TD: Patti Clement, AL Judges: Pres: Sheila Strickler, AZ CD:X-C/SJ: Carsten Meyer, LA

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to TRHP,LLC Entry: P: $225.00 T/N/BN:

$200.00 Stabling/Tack Stall: $135.00 with no shavings included. $10 for additional bags of shavings

(min 2 bags). Stall Deposit: $25.00. Grounds Fee: $25.00 Camping: $35/night.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fees per division and include a $25 non-refundable office fee. BN competitors who

are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. All Preliminary entries, owners and agents

must show proof of USEF membership, or pay $30 non-member. $30=Lost pinny. Refunds: Before

C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-Entry-Less $30 only if place can be filled from

wait list. Stable-No refund. No telephone withdrawals accepted, faxes or emails only. Competition

cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for all horses. All entries must have

three signatures.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm. Sat: All Dressage-8 AM; Show

Jumping-10am, Complementary competitor party after competition ends Saturday. Sun: Crosscountry-8

AM.

3) AWARDS: Prizes & 8 ribbons per division.

4) STARTING TIMES: Available June 7th on website: www.texasrosehorsepark.com. Times will not be

mailed. Times will be emailed to all competitors that submit a valid email address.


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5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $135 /stall from noon Friday thru Sunday eve. $35 per night for

extra nites. 337 perm. stalls on grounds. Stall doors & initial bedding only provided. Feed/Hay/Bedding

available for purchase, further info from sec'y. Veterinarian: # will be posted at scoreboard.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Local Hotel Information (Mention our name and get a Horse Show

Rate) La Quinta Inn & Suites – 204 Centennial Blvd, Lindale 903-882-1600, Holiday Inn Express –

3247 W. Gentry Pkwy Tyler 903-533-0214, Comfort Suites – 200 W Centennial Dr, Lindale 903-882-

8613, Sleep Inn & Suites – 5555 S Donnybrook Ave, Tyler 903-581-8646, Howard Johnson – 3300

Mineola Hwy Tyler, TX 903-597-6300, Cabin Creek – Efficiency Cabin 903-882-1890 (Less than 2

minutes from show ring), Camping (RV hookups): $35/night (water & electric). Camping on grounds

without hookup - no fee.

7) DIRECTIONS: Directions to the Texas Rose Horse Park Address: 14078 State Hwy 110 N

Tyler, TX 75704. From the East (Shreveport Area) – Take I-20 West to the Van/Tyler Highway 110

exit (#548), turn Left (South). Go approximately 1 mile – TRHP is on the Left. From the West (Dallas

Area) – Take I-20 East to the Van/Tyler Highway 110 exit (#548), turn Right (South). Go approximately

1 mile – TRHP is on the Left. From the South (Houston Area) – Take US 287 North to TX-155

towards Tyler. At FM-2661 turn Left. Left again at TX-64, Right on CR-413, then Left at FM -724. Follow

FM -724 to CR-42 and turn Right. At TX-110 turn Left – TRHP is on the Right. From the South (San

Antonio Area) – Take I-35 North to US-84 and turn Right. Follow US-84 to TX-31, turn Right. At FM-

314 turn Left, Right on to FM-279, Left on to FM -314 then Right on to CR-4906. At CR-4907 turn Left to

a Right turn at CR-4908 (this road turns into CR-426). At CR-422 turn Right, then Right on to FM-1995

and Right on to TX-110. TRHP is on the Right. From the North (Oklahoma City Area) – Take I-35

South towards Dallas to I-635 East to I-635 South to US-80 East to I-20 East towards Shreveport to the

Van/Tyler Highway 110 exit (#548), turn Right (South). Go approximately 1 mile – TRHP is on the Left.

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test

B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas:

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: P-2200 m @ 520 mpm. T-2200 m @ 450 mpm. N-2000 m @ 400 mpm.

BN-2000 m @ 350 mpm, 16 efforts, max height 2'6". All courses: Average, for horses with some

experience at these levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-country course will be closed May 28, 2011 Levels may be

divided/combined if entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on

entry. Prize list from sec'y. Food on grounds.

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CORONA DEL SOL HORSE TRIALS

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Listing information not received in time for the publication.

Please check the USEA website at www.useventing.com.


Area Chairman

Randy Nunnink

10543 Streeter Rd.

Auburn, CA 95602

(530) 268-0708

rnunnink@caiso.com

Adult Rider Coordinator

Dawn Robbins

2442 Valley Meadow Dr.

Oak View, CA 93022

(805) 415-6266

dawnrobbins@sbcglobal.net

Board of Governors

Area Representatives

Robert Kellerhouse

46210 Carpet Court

Temecula, CA 92592

(951) 587-6239

rkeller92592@verizon.net

Marjorie Molloy

27555 Ynez Rd., Ste 125

Temecula, CA 92591

(714) 342-0040

Mmolloy@hpapts.com

Brian Sabo

218 Via Lorca

Newport Beach, CA 92663

(949) 673-2518

brian@sabogroup.com

Area Treasurer

Candace Rice

candace724@aol.com

Young Rider Coordinator

Shannon Lilley

P.O. Box 2118

Cilron, CA 95021

(408) 304-2791

splilley@earthlink.net

Assistant Coordinator-

Membership Renewals

Ellen Coudray

1393 Foothill Rd.

Ojai, CA 93023

(805) 646-9994

(805) 689-3982 cell

AREA VI

Area Organizer Representative

Ken Sexton

sextoneng@shepherdranch.com

Organizers Committee Chair

Margie Molloy

Mmolloy@hpapts.com

Area Website: www.areavi.org

AFFILIATE EVENTING ASSOCIATIONS

Area Representative

Vicky Stashuk-Matisi

86 Mt. Madonna Rd.

Watsonville, CA 95076

(831) 722-8600

Email: vicky@casarch.com

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Listing information not received in time for the publication.

Please check the USEA website at www.useventing.com.


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JUNE 24-26

SHEPHERD RANCH SYVPC HORSE TRIALS I

Santa Ynez, California (Area 6)

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 5/10/2011 Close Date: 6/7/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: Intro

SEND ENTRIES TO: Ronnie Thielmann P.O. Box 14847 San Luis Obispo, CA 93406 (805) 895-9231

E-mail: ride3day@hotmail.com

ORGANIZER: Ken Sexton and Santa Ynez Valley Pony Club. Competition Management: Shepherd

Ranch SYVPC Management Committee. Please direct all questions through the secretary.

OFFICIALS: TD: Whitney Eggers, ID Judges: Pres: Frances O'Reilly, WA Dressage Judges: David

Schmutz, CA and CeeCee Moss-Giovanetti, CA Course Designer: X-C: James Atkinson, CA SJ:

Connie Arthur, CA

EVENT FEES: Draw checks to Shepherd Ranch SYVPC Horse Trials. Entry: Novice - Prelim:

$230.00 Intro: $220.00 (no USEA Fees or Membership necessary for intro only) Stabling: $115.00

Absolutely no haul-ins allowed. Grounds Fee: $100.00 (Non-competing horses only, in addition to

stabling fee) Teams: $5.00 per rider.

1) ENTRIES: Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. BN competitors who are not USEA

members must pay extra $25 non-membership with entry. Intro entrants are exempt from the USEA

starter/d&m fees and USEA membership/non-membership fees. If oversubscribed, priority to USEA

members. If undersubscribed, post entries will be accepted after the closing date, an additional $25

processing fee will be assessed. Incomplete entries: $10 fee for all incomplete entries. Entry

changes: $25 fee for all changes after closing date. Double entries: Not accepted. Lost pinny: $40

charge for each lost pinny. Refunds: Before closing date - entry/stabling less $25 non-refundable office

fee. After closing date - no refunds. Competition cancellation - no refund. Returned checks: $25 fee

on returned checks. Negative Coggins required within 6 months for out-of-state horses.

2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Management reserves the right to modify the schedule. Thurs:

Stables open at 9 am. Cross-country course opens at 3 pm. Pre-show dressage 1-5pm (see section

10). Fri: Dressage - 8 am. Sat: Cross-country - 7:30 am. Sun: Show jumping - 8 am.

3) AWARDS: Prize & 8 ribbons per division. High Point Pony Clubber for each competition

level (include rating and club on entry). High Point Amateur overall with perpetual trophy (must be

declared with USEF and present USEF card at competition, state on entry). 2011 Champion Junior

and Senior Horse/Rider combination combined for both 2011 competitions with $100 cash back

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4) STARTING TIMES: Available June 22nd at www.syvponyclub.com.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $115/stall from Thursday 9am to Sunday 6pm (early arrivals with

secretary approval). 160 temporary stalls on grounds. Stall doors & initial bag of shavings only provided.

Shavings ($10/bag), alfalfa ($15/bale), oat ($15/bale) available through secretary or by pre-order

if payment arrives before June 20th). Absolutely no haul-ins. Non-competing horses: $100

grounds fee (includes Sun XC school) and additional stall fee. Veteriarian: TBD. Farrier: TBD

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Best Western Pea Soup (805) 688-3216 Ask for Shepherd Ranch Horse

Trial Rate. Econolodge-12 mi., (805) 688-0022. Quality Inn-10 mi., (805) 688-3210. Motel 6-12 mi.,

(805) 688-7797. Danish Country Inn-8 mi., (805) 688-2018. Svengaard's Lodge-8 mi., (805) 688-3277.

Camping: No camping allowed. No cooking or fires allowed. NO SMOKING ON GROUNDS,

IN VEHICLES ONLY!!! EXTREME FIRE DANGER!!!

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 1399 W. Hwy 154, Santa Ynez, CA 93460. From North: Hwy 101 to 154

approx. 7 miles, left on Baseline at stop sign, an immediate right after church. Follow Baseline to sign

on right (approx. 1 mile). Dirt road will take you to stabling. From South: Hwy 101 to 154 west from

Santa Barbara across San Marcos Pass, approx. 25 miles after starting on 154. Turn right on Baseline at

stop sign before Shepherd of the Valley Church. Take immediate right to continue on Baseline & follow

approx. 1 mi. to sign on right. Dirt road will take you to stabling.

8) DRESSAGE: All tests in small arenas with sand footing. All Preliminary - 2010 USEF Preliminary

Test A. All Training - 2010 USEF Training Test A. All Novice - 2010 USEF Novice Test A. All Beginner

Novice - 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B. All Intro - 2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: Course closed after Sunday June 12th. All courses over tilled paths when

over pasture grass. Preliminary - 2600 m @ 520 mpm. Training - 2200 m @ 420 mpm. Novice

- 1800 m @ 350 mpm. Beginner Novice - 1600 m @ 350 mpm, max height 2'7", 14 efforts. Intro

- 1300 m @ 300 mpm, height 20-24", 12-14 jumping efforts, water optional. All courses: Average, for

horses with some experience at these levels. Studs recommended for all divisions.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Entries Limited to 160 temporary stalls onsite, priority given in order

of arrival of entries (complete entries only). Rider limited levels may be divided/combined as entries

warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Prize list available from

secretary. Food on grounds. Dogs allowed on leash only, strictly enforced!!! Owners of dogs

not on leash must donate $100 to SYVPC Horse Trials. Thursday Pre-Dressage: Ride your dressage

test in competition arena before "L" judge for ring exposure and last-minute tips. Times available from

1-5pm. $30 per ride. Pre-assigned times available via coordination with the secretary only if payment

is received by June 20th. All ride times assigned on "first come first served" basis. Time slots

limited. Sunday XC Schooling: Following completion of all divisions school the XC course. $50 per

horse. Arrange through secretary at event.

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AUGUST 12-14

THE SUMMER EVENT AT WOODSIDE

Woodside, California (Area 6)

Future Event Horse Class, Thursday, August 12

ENTRY PERIOD Open Date: 6/28/2011 Close Date: 7/26/2011

LEVELS/DIVISIONS USEF/USEA Recognized: A,I,P USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized:

N,T,BN USEA Recognized Tests: FEH

SEND ENTRIES TO: Woodside Secretary P.O. Box 971 Mira Loma, CA 91752 (805) 239-3930

E-mail: info@grayareaevents.com Web: http://www.horsepark.org/

ORGANIZER: Robert Kellerhouse, (951) 587-6239

OFFICIALS: TD: Andy Bowles, NZL Judges: Pres. Roger Haller, GA; Vicky Shashuk-Matisi, CA;

Ginny Bergman Wailes, CA; Renee Johnson, CA; Creeky Routson, CA CD: X-C: Derek di Grazia, CA

SJ: Jose Nava

EVENT FEES: Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Woodside Eventing. Entry: Per division: A:

$305.00; I: $275.00; P: $235.00; T/N/BN: $225.00; FEH: $85.00 (stabling as below, if not stabling,

grounds fee as below). Stabling: $120.00 Grounds Fee: $50.00 (non-stabled horses) RV Hookup:

$25.00/night water only Double Entries: $20.00 Teams: $5.00/member Party: $15.00 (extra tickets)

1) ENTRIES: ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY CLOSING DATE! Entries recieved after closing date

a post entry fee up to $50 will be charged. $20 change fee for any changes made after closing

date. $20 charge for lost pinny - no deposit required. Incomplete Entries - $15. Refunds: Before C.D. -

Full Refund; after C.D. to August 2-Less $25 office fee. Aug. 3-Aug. 5 - Entry credit only. After Aug. 5

no refund, unless entry or stabling can be filled from waitlist, if either are filled either will be refunded.

Competition cancellation-No refund. Neg. Coggins not required. BN competitors who are not USEA

members must pay an extra $25 non-member fee. PRELIMINARY and ABOVE must send copy of USEF

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2) TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Thurs: Cross-country course open-3 pm; FEI- 5pm (Bay Arena)

Fri: Dressage-8 am. Sat: A/I/P Cross-country-8 am. T/N/BN Show Jumping 9 am Sun: A/I/P Show

Jumping-8 am. T/N/BN Cross-country 8 am.

3) AWARDS: Trophy and 7 ribbons per division. Prize Money A-$1500; I-$900; P-$600;

4) STARTING TIMES: Available August 6 at www.horsepark.org.

5) STABLING/VETERINARIAN: $120/stall from 8 pm Wednesday to Noon on Monday. 360 temporary

stalls on grounds. stall doors & initial bedding only provided. $50 Haul-In fee for non-stabled horses.

Feed/bedding/hay available for purchase at local store, further info from the secretary. Veterinarian:

TBD. # will be posted at show office.

6) ACCOMMODATIONS: Creekside Inn, Palo Alto-5 mi., (650) 493-2411. Motel 6, Palo Alto-6mi.,

(650) 949-0833. Sheraton, Palo Alto-5 mi., (650) 328-2800 Camping: R.V. water only hook-ups

available-$25/day. No Tent Camping. No open fires on the property.

7) DIRECTIONS: Address: 3674 Sand Hill Rd., Woodside, CA 94062 From I-280: Exit Sand Hill Rd, go

west approx. 1 mile. Turn right into the Horse Park

8) DRESSAGE: Test & arena sizes: A-2010 Advanced Test B-Std. I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std.

P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B -Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B -Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B -Sm.

BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B -Sm. Arenas: Sand.

9) CROSS-COUNTRY: A-3600m @ 570 mpm. I-3100m @ 550 mpm. P-2700m @ 520 mpm.

T-2100m @ 470 mpm. N-1800m @ 400 mpm. BN-1600m @ 350mpm. All courses: Average, for

horses/riders with some experience at these levels.

10) OTHER INFORMATION: Cross-coun