At the Earl Warren Showgrounds May 16-17, 2015
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Rating: * USEF * USDF * CDS * DASC AQHA Approved for Points at the Earl Warren Showgrounds May 16-17, 2015 USEF/USDF #316832 • level 2 Judge: JAN CURTIS ‘S’ Entries close and must be POSTMARKED by May 2, 2015 Entry form at sb-cds.org www.equestrianentries.com
Santa Barbara County CDS Presents Spring Dressage in Santa Barbara at the Earl Warren Showgrounds 3400 Calle Real, Santa Barbara, California May 16-17, 2015 Level 2 Show Judge: .......................................Janet Curtis (S) TD: ...........................................Melinda Hallmark Show Manager/Secretary: ........Nancy Sheld email@example.com 805 698-1092 Show Office: .............................805 687-8711 Veterinarian:...............................Mission Equine 805 696-6784 EMT:..........................................John McNamara Farrier:.......................................Bobby Missildine 805 448-1679 Video:.........................................Kingdom Video Photography:..............................TBA Food (on grounds........................Freeman’s Flying Chicken Emergency Care Equine Facility:.Alamo Pintado Equine Medical Center, 805 688-6510 Santa Barbara Avenue, Los Olivos, CA 93441 A FOUR STA R SHOW Approved by USEF * USDF * CDS * DASC AQHA Approved for Points Entries Close & must be postmarked by May 2, 2015. Entries postmarked after this date are subject to a late fee.
DRESSAGE SHOW CLASS LIST AND TENTATIVE SCHEDULE INTRODUCTORY AND OPPORTUNITY CLASSES No USEF, USDF, CDS or DASC member- SAT. SUN. CLASS ships are required for the Introductory and A AA USDF Introductory Level Test A Opportunity Classes listed. Non-member B BB USDF Introductory Level Test B fees and USEF drug fees will not be charged. C CC USDF Introductory Level Test C However horses entered in these classes 101OP 201OP Training Level Test 1 Opportunity Class must comply with USEF and CDFA Drugs 102OP 202OP Training Level Test 2 Opportunity Class & Medications rules and are subject to drug 111OP 211OP First Level Test 1 Opportunity Class testing. CDFA and grounds/stabling fees do 112OP 212OP First Level Test 2 Opportunity Class apply. SAT. SUN. CLASS SECTION 101. 201. Training Level Test 1 O-A-J/YR 102. 202. Training Level Test 2 O-A-J/YR 103. 203. Training Level Test 3 O-A-J/YR, Q 104 204 Training Level Rider Test. O-A-J/YR 105 205 USDF Training Level Freestyle O-A-J/YR 111. 211. First Level Test 1 O-A-J/YR 112. 212. First Level Test 2 O-A-J/YR 113. 213. First Level Test 3 O-A-J/YR, Q 114 214 First Level Rider Test O-A-J/YR 115 215 USDF First Level Freestyle O-A-J/YR, Q 121. 221. Second Level Test 1 O-A-J/YR 122. 222. Second Level Test 2. O-A-J/YR 123. 223. Second Level Test 3 SAT DOVER O-A-J/YR, Q 124 224 Second Level Rider Test O-A-J/YR 125 225 USDF Second Level Freestyle O-A-J/YR, Q 131. 231. Third Level Test 1 O-A-J/YR 132. 232. Third Level Test 2 O-A-J/YR 133. 233. Third Level Test 3 O-A-J/YR, Q 134. 234 USDF Third Level Freestyle O-A-J/YR, Q 141. 241. Fourth Level Test 1 O-A-J/YR 142. 242. Fourth Level Test 2 O-A-J/YR 143. 243. Fourth Level Test 3 O-A-J/YR, Q 144. 244 USDF Fourth Level Freestyle O-A-J/YR, Q 148 248 USEF Test of Choice 149 249 Dressage Seat Equitation O-A-J/YR 150 250 Material - Three, Four and Five-Year Old Fillies/Mare 151 251 Material - Three, Four, Five-Year Old Colts/Stallions/Geldings 152 252 Prix St. Georges O-A-J/YR, Q 161. 261. Intermediare I O-A-J/YR, Q 162. 262. Intermediare II O, Q 163. 263 Intermedaire A __________________________________________O 164. 264 Intermedaire B___________________________________________O, 172 272. Grand Prix O, Q 175. 275. FEI Freesyle Test of Choice O, Q 182. 282. FEI Test of Choice O “Q*= Great American Insurance Group/USDF Qualifying.” PLEASE PUT “Q” ON THE ENTRY FORM FOR GAIG/USDF QUALIFYING CLASSES AND ADD $10.00, SCORES COUNT TOWARD 2015 CHAMPIONSHIPS SHOW CLASS FEES USDF Intro/OPPORTUNITY CLASSES/Material $35.00 Training - Fourth Level $50.00 Freestyles....1st-4th $50.00 FEI Classes and FEI Freestyles $65.00
RULES AND GENERAL INFORMATION 1. RULES: EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULEBOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH. 2. SHOW MANAGEMENT: The Horse Show Management reserves the right to interpret all ques- tions and conditions in regard to or arising out of any incident in the show without claims for damages or recourse of any kind. All questions not covered in these rules and regulations shall be decided by the Horse Show Management and their decision will be final. The Horse Show Management reserves itself the right to refuse, accept conditionally, or to cancel any entries, disqualify riders or exhibitors, prohibit entries and to cancel award prizes without claim to damage, to change, cancel or combine any classes to reschedule classes after due notice to exhibitors, or to change rings or substitute officials. The judges decisions are strictly their own and the Management accepts absolutely no responsibility for those deci- sions.. 3. ENTRY PROCEDURES ENTRIES CLOSE ON SATURDAY MAY 2nd. Entries postmarked later may be assessed a $25.00 late fee. Correct fees and association numbers MUST ACCOMPANY EACH EN- TRY FORM. Entries will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. No numbers will be issued without completed entries, full payment, signatures, fees and association numbers. OFFICE FEE: $30.00 ONE HORSE ONLY per entry form. MAIL ENTRIES TO: c/o SBC-CDS, PO BOX 13060, SLO, CA 93406 NO PHONE ENTRIES REFUNDS with Veterinarian/Doctors Certificate only. A $30.00 Office Fee will be retained. RETURNED CHECKS: A fee of $25.00 will be charged for all returned checks. Accounts will be given 10 days to be paid in full with cash or equivalent or they will be turned over to USEF for further disciplinary action SCRATCHES: Scratches made prior to the closing date will receive a complete refund. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to inform the management, (805) 698-1092, of their intention to scratch. No-shows will be billed for all unpaid entry fees. POST ENTRIES: Post entries will be accepted to fill scratches if the schedule permits. Horses already entered in the show will receive priority. 4. 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, Rein- ing Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon payment of a $30 nonmember regis- tration 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 acad- emy 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 nov- ice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes. 5. NON-MEMBER FEES: USEF non-member fee is $30.00. USDF non-member fee is $25.00. These fees apply per show. HID FEES: USDF HID fee is $25.00. You MUST upgrade this to Annual or Lifetime numbers to participate in USDF/Great American Insurance Group Qualifying Classes.
RULES AND GENERAL INFORMATION CONTINUED 6. CONDITION OF ENTRY: Every horse entered for competition will be under the control of the Horse Show Management, but the Horse Show Management and property owners will, in no case, be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur, and it shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Horse Show, its Directors and Employees, and High Star Farm, Property Owners, and Employees harmless for any loss or accident to himself, his horse, horses or equipment which may occur from sickness, fire, accident or otherwise. 7. MINOR EXHIBITORS: Parents or guardians of minor exhibitors shall hold SYV-CDS and the property owners harmless for injury to such minor. No child’s entry will be accepted unless a parent or guardian signs it. The signature of instructors, agents or other unrelated persons will not be ac- ceptable. 8. RIDING TIMES: Riding times will be e-mailed to all exhibitors on the Wednesday before the show and will be posted at www.sb-cds.org. Call 805 698-1092 for ride times. It is the rider’s responsi- bility to inform the management of any time conflicts at least 72 hours prior to the scheduled rides. RIDERS MUST CHECK THE SCOREBOARD THE PRIOR AFTERNOON FOR THEIR RIDE TIMES. Exceeding 45 seconds before entering the arena after the bell has sounded will entail elimination. 9. COMPETITION ARENA: 20 X 60-meter outdoor sand. WARM-UP ARENAS: Outdoor sand. 10. CLOSED ARENAS: Horses are not permitted in competition arenas on a show day at any time other than scheduled riding times. Violation will be cause for elimination. 11. LUNGEING: In designated areas only.. 12. TESTS: Current USEF and FEI tests will be used. Current FEI and USDF Musical Freestyles are offered. 13. SCORED TESTS: Tests will be given ONLY TO RIDERS or their agents and only after the class is placed. Check all scores upon receipt of test. 14. 2015 GAIG/USDF QUALIFYING REQUIREMENTS: In order to qualify for a Regional Champi- onship, horse/rider combinations may qualify by earning a minimum of 2 qualifying scores at two official GAIG/USDF recognized competitions from two different judges in any region. Riders may now ride in qualifying classes both days. 15. AWARDS: Ribbons through 5th place. First place prizes to classes with 3 or more entries. Hi- point awards to junior and open and adult amateur riders both days. USDF/DOVER ADULT AMA- TEUR MEDAL CLASS winner receives a pewter medal and neck ribbon along with Dover Sad- dlery gift certificate. 16. GROUNDS: Exhibitors may park cars, trucks, and trailers in designated areas only. 26. DOGS: Dogs must leashed at all times. Persons on foot are not allowed in the warm-up areas. 17. OVERNIGHT PARKING: All RV’s are subject to overnight fees, contact Earl Warren Office at 805.687.0766 for details. 18. CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL: Horse Show Management (HSM) has been notified by Earl Warr en Showgrounds that the Alcohol Beverage Control Board has set the areas where alcohol may be consumed. The barns, aisle ways, arenas, and horse show office are not included in the permitted areas. The penalty to HSM for alcohol consumed outside the permitted areas is $500 per offense. Any horse show attendee who violates this rules will be held responsible for all fines uncured. 17. DAY USE FEE of $35.00 per horse per day for parking/tying is to be added to entry fee for non- stabled horses. 18. STABLING: Wood permanent stalls with Dutch doors 10x10 will be available at a cost of: Day stalls $50; weekend stalls $125, no bedding is provided, tack stalls $100 . Please provide your own feed and cleaning. NO STRAW-ONLY SHAVINGS FOR BEDDING. No shavings provided but will be available for purchase: call LA CUMBRE FEED for shavings// hay delivery before Wed. @ 4pm, 805-687-1880. 19. STALL CLEANING: Please deposit all manure to the end of each barn toward the golf course. 20. HOSE/WASHING: Do not wash horses in the barn area. Please use the wash racks. We rec om mend that you have a garden hose available. 21. FOOD: Available on grounds. 22. EMT ON SITE. Veterinarian and farrier on call.
RULES AND GENERAL INFORMATION CONTINUED 23. PROTESTS: Any exhibitor lodging a protest must first deposit $100.00 with the secretary of the show, which sum will be forfeited to the Horse Show if not sustained. All protests must be filed in writ- ing, signed by the protester, and filed with the Show secretary within 48 hours of the occurrence of the alleged violation. 24. CANCELLATION: In the event of rain prior to the show, it is the responsibility of the rider to call the Management to determine whether the show is canceled. Shows are NOT canceled unless the footing is deemed unsafe. If the show is canceled for any rea son, a $30.00 office fee will be re- tained from each entry and the balance refunded. ** OPPORTUNITY CLASSES - $35 per test. Horse, rider, owner, trainer do not have to be USEF, USDF, CDS members and do not have to pay non-member fees or USEF Drug fees, or CDS Travel Grant Fee. Office fee, CDFA Drug fee and Grounds/Stabling fees do apply. Horses may not be entered in the same test on the same day! I.E. Class 101OP and class 101. You may enter an Opportunity Class and ANOTHER class on the same day! I.E. Class 101OP and class 102. Oppor- tunity Classes are not eligible for USEF/USDF End of Year Awards Programs. Opportunity Classes DO COUNT toward CDS Qualifying, CDS End of Year Awards, CDS RAAC Qualifying, and JR Championships, as long as CDS membership is current when scores are earned. Classes may not necessarily run in this order. You must be ready to ride any class entered at any time. ATTENTION COMPETITORS: EACH COMPETITOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPLYING MANAGEMENT WITH CORRECT ASSOCIATION NUMBERS AND COPIES OF CUR- RENT CARDS (USDF, USEF, CDS) FOR HORSE, OWNER, RIDER AND TRAINER BE- FORE THE DAY(S) OF COMPETITION. THE SCORES OF COMPETITORS WHO FAIL TO SUPPLY CORRECT NUMBERS MAY NOT BE COUNTED TOWARD NATIONAL AWARDS. NO COMPETITION NUMBERS WILL BE ISSUED WITHOUT COPIES OF THE CURRENT ASSOCIATION NUMBERS & CARDS. Note: CDS members who participate in a CDS recognized show may not be required to pay non- member fees to any other organization (National Federation - USEF or National Breed Organiza- tions exempted) in order to participate in the show. CDS nonmember rule: For CDS recognized shows in California, Nevada, Arizona and Oregon, CDS agrees to a reciprocal non-member sys- tem where CDS will waive the nonmember fee IF the competitor an/or owner is a member of an- other USDF GMO; and in return the show management will not charge CDS members a non- member fee for any other GMO. If the competitor and/or owner is not a member of CDS or any other GMO, then the show management will charge and collect non-member fees for CDS.
Regional CDS Chapter Adult Amateur Competition MISSION: The mission of these competitions is to provide an opportunity for all CDS Adult Amateur riders to qualify and compete against others of similar skills and experience. The regional nature of these shows will help to provide our membership with a developmental path for gaining competitive experience, promote excellence and increase awareness of and support for the Chapters. Goals: #1 – For the Chapters: These regional or “mid” level adult amateur competitions are designed to promote and enhance awareness and participation by the CDS Chapters, provide State level support in funding and adver- tisement, and a chance to generate funds at the chapter level. #2 – For the Riders: These competitions will provide a positive “introductory” show experience for some, which will hopefully be a stepping stone to bigger things, while offering the other more experienced amateur riders a warm-up for the Championship Show. #3 – For the Whole Organization: These competitions are designed to bridge the gap between the local chapter shows with individual year end awards programs and the tremendously difficult, top caliber competition at the Annual CDS Championship Show. LOCATIONS: Three Regional CDS Chapter Adult Amateur Competitions will be held each year, one in each of the regions as defined in the CDS bylaws; north, central and south. ELIGIBILITY: Participants at the RAAC shows must be current members of CDS, must have a USEF Amateur Card under Dressage Rules, and must be 22 year of age or older. The horse owner must be a current member of CDS. Qualification is for an amateur rider/horse team. To be eligible to compete, the $25 registration fee for each horse and rider team per level MUST BE PAID to the CDS Central Office by close of business no later than 12 days prior to the first day of competition at the regional show entered. Scores earned before paying the fee will count provided the payment is received at the Central Office prior to close of business as specified above. 2015 Qualifying Opens: SEP 1, 2014 at any show with CDS recognition. 2015 Qualifying Closes: 12 days prior to the first competition day of the regional show entered. Scores earned at the CDS Championship Show will NOT count towards qualification. Horse/rider teams who qualify MAY compete in ONLY ONE regional competition. Qualification scores must be earned at CDS recognized shows and are as follows, scores can be earned at any test of the level: 3 scores from 2 judges at Introductory C of 65% or higher, USDF Intro C only, Novice only 3 scores from 2 judges at Training Level of 60% or higher, any test 3 scores from 2 judges at 1st level of 60% or higher, any test 3 scores from 2 judges at 2nd level of 60% or higher, any test 3 scores from 2 judges at 3rd level of 60% or higher, any test 3 scores from 2 judges at 4th level of 60% or higher, any test 3 scores from 2 judges at PSG of 60% or higher 3 scores from 2 judges at Intermediare 1 of 60% or higher Elite horse and rider teams that have won either Champion or Reserve Champion at the CDS Annual Cham- pionship Show at Training, and 1st Levels are not eligible to compete in the RAAC shows at that level. ROSES Award neck ribbons will be awarded in three divisions for the High Percentage Elite and Novice Rider 50 years of age and older who officially sign-up for the division prior to their RAAC ride. Divisions: Basic through JUL 3-5 *** DRESSAGE AT THE GAITS AND GAVILAN CHAPTER - CENTRAL RAAC (HOLLISTER) JUDGE RAAC CENTRAL D BABCOCK, F DEARING – LAURIE DANIEL-SMITH 510-672-3260,ttp:// harlequinshowexperience.com AUG 20-23 *** COOL AUGUST NIGHTS / LA-SJC S RAAC (BURBANK) - GLENDA MCELROY 818-841- RAAC SOUTH 3554 www.cornerstonedressage.com
2015 USDF/Dover Saddlery Adult Amateur Medal Program The USDF/Dover Saddlery Adult Amateur Medal Program is designed to specifically recognize and encourage adult amateurs riding at Second Level. Awards 1. USDF/Dover Saddlery Medal Recipient The eligible rider with the highest score of 60 percent or better in the designated Second Level Test Three class or applicable test of choice USDF/Dover Saddlery Adult Amateur Medal class at a participating competition will receive a handcrafted USDF/Dover Saddlery pew- ter medal and neck ribbon. Winners will receive a $20 Dover Saddlery gift certifi- cate for the first three USDF/Dover Saddlery Medals they win during the compe- tition season. 2. USDF/Dover Saddlery National Merit Award A USDF/Dover Saddlery Na- tional Merit Award will be awarded to riders winning three USDF/Dover Saddlery Medals in the same competition year. 3. Year-End Awards The USDF/Dover Saddlery Medal National Champion and Reserve Champion are determined from the average of the top three winning ride scores during the competition year. The champion receives a $1000 Dover Sad- dlery gift certificate and the reserve champion receives a $500 Dover Saddlery gift certificate. Rider Eligibility 1. Rider must have a current USDF Participating or Group Membership and be a member in good standing of USDF when the scores are earned. 2. Rider must be an adult amateur in accordance with Article GR1306 of the USEF rules and be designated with USEF as an adult amateur at the time the scores are earned. Owner & Horse Eligibility 1. Horse and owner must meet minimum competition eligibility requirements at the time scores are earned. Additional Information For additional information and an updated list of competitions offering the USDF/ Dover Saddlery Adult Amateur Medal Program, please visit http://www.usdf.org/ awards/performance/adultmedalprogram.asp.
SPRING DRESSAGE IN SANTA BARBARA SATURDAY & SUNDAY, MAY16-17, 2015 ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED by CDS, USEF, USDF, DASC & AQHA RECOGNIZED MAY 2, 2015 RIDER/HANDLER INFORMATION MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: CLASSES ENTERED (SPECIFY O, AA, JR/YR) SBC-CDS FEES List ‘Q’ for USDF Qualifying NAME:_______________________________________________ ************************************* ADDRESS:____________________________________________ MAIL ENTRIES TO: SAT c/o SBC-CDS CITY:________________________________________________ SUN PHONE:______________________________________________ IMPORTANT: JR. BIRTHDATE:____________________ FAX:_________________________________________________ YOU MUST PROVIDE A TOTAL CLASS FEES E-MAIL:______________________________________________ PHOTOCOPY OF YOUR CDS#:____________________USDF#:_____________________ CURRENT USEF AND USDF OFFICE FEE $30.00 (MANDATORY) USEF#:___________________ DASC#_____________________ CARD FOR THE RIDER, HORSE, USEF Non-member fee-$30.00 OWNER INFORMATION TRAINER, AND OWNER WITH (due for each rider/owner/trainer) NAME:_______________________________________________ THIS ENTRY. ALSO CDS CARD USEF FEDERATION FEE ($8 Drug & $16.00 ADDRESS:____________________________________________ FOR RIDER AND OWNER., Medication, $8 USEF) (MANDATORY) CITY:________________________________________________ DASC CARD FOR RIDER USDF Non-Member fee - $25.00 PHONE:______________________________________________ (due for each rider/owner) FAX:_________________________________________________ HORSE INFORMATION CDS TRAVEL GRANT FEE $3.00 E-MAIL:______________________________________________ DASC FEE (BOTH MANDATORY) $3.00 CDS#:____________________USDF#:_____________________ NAME:_________________________________ USEF#:___________________ DASC#_____________________ BREED:_________________________________ CDFA DRUG FEE/HORSE $5.00 (MANDATORY) TRAINER INFORMATION YR BORN:____________SEX:______________ USDF Horse ID No. @ $25.00 COLOR:________________________________ Required of all horses that do not have USDF NAME:_______________________________________________ Lifetime Registration, Exempt if only competing HEIGHT:_____________HDS. in USDF Intro, Pas de Deux, Quadrille ADDRESS:____________________________________________ PHONE:______________________________________________ USEF #_________________________________ TOTAL STALL FEES E-MAIL:______________________________________________ USDF #________________________________ HAUL IN FEE DASC#________________________________ ($35.00/day if not stabling) USEF#:_______________________________________________ LATE FEE ($25.00) COACH INFORMATION (if applicable) STABLING INFORMATION STALLS FOR HORSE TOTAL FEES DUE & NAME:_________________________________________ ENCLOSED $125.00 for duration of show ADDRESS:______________________________________ STALLS TACK $100.00 for duration of show DAY STALLS Enter on-line at ONLY ONE HORSE $50.00/day(no overnight) www.equestrianentries.com - PER ENTRY FORM Number of HORSE stalls needed: ________ once registered, entry and all cards Number of TACK stalls needed: _________ can be printed out and mailed in or ENTRIES MUST BE COMPLETE Number of DAY stalls needed: __________ enter and pay on-line using a credit Arrival day:_____________________________ WITH SIGNATURES (see reverse card for a nominal fee. Quick, Stable with:_____________________________ painless and COMPLETE way to side), FEES, AND NUMBERS. Horses not stabled-$35.00/horse/day enter the show! HAUL-IN FEE
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