Schedule CSI Ascona TI (SUI) 2013
Schedule CSI Ascona TI (SUI) 2013
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 1 I. DENOMINATION OF THE EVENT Event: CSI Ascona Place: Ascona | Canton Ticino Date: 25 – 28 July 2013 Outdoor: √ Cat: CSI 3* | CSI-YH 1* | CSI-Am cat A+B NF: SVPS | Switzerland II. GENERAL CONDITIONS This event is organised in accordance with: - FEI Statutes, 23rd edition, effective 8th November 2012 - FEI General Regulations, 23rd edition, effective 1st January 2009, updates effective 1st January 2013 - FEI Veterinary Regulations, 13th edition, effective 1st January 2013 - The Jumping Rules and its Annexes, 24th edition, effective 1st January 2013 - CSI/CSIO requirements (For all CSI events in Europe and Worldwide – except for CSIO and Amateur events) http://www.fei.org/sites/default/files/CSI-O_Req_Europe_2013.pdf - CSI requirements for North America (Canada, Mexico and USA) http://www.fei.org/sites/default/files/CSI-O_Req_N%20Am_2013.pdf - CSI 3*, 4* invitation system (Europe) and 5* invitation system (Worldwide) - Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMR), 1st Edition, effective 5th April 2010, updates effective 1st January 2013 - FEI Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA), based on the 2009 revised Code, effective 1st January 2012, updates effective 1st January 2013 - All subsequent published revisions, the provisions of which will take precedence.
An arbitration procedure is provided for in the FEI Statutes and General Regulations referred to above. In accordance with this procedure, any appeal against a decision rendered by the FEI or its official bodies is to be settled exclusively by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland. - It is the responsibility of NFs to ensure their participants are of the correct age. The appendix (8 pages) is part of this approved and signed schedule and must be distributed to all officials and NFs and is available to others upon request Approved by the FEI Lausanne, (SUI), on June 2013 Signature: John P.
Roche FEI Director Jumping
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 2 THE FEI CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE WELFARE OF THE HORSE The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) expects all those involved in international equestrian sport to adhere to the FEI’s Code of Conduct and to acknowledge and accept that at all times the welfare of the horse must be paramount and must never be subordinated to competitive or commercial influences.
1. At all stages during the preparation and training of competition horses, welfare must take precedence over all other demands.
This includes good horse management, training methods, farriery and tack, and transportation. 2. Horses and competitors must be fit, competent and in good health before they are allowed to compete. This encompasses medication use, surgical procedures that threaten welfare or safety, pregnancy in mares and the misuse of aids. 3. Events must not prejudice horse welfare. This involves paying careful attention to the competition areas, ground surfaces, weather conditions, stabling, site safety and fitness of the horse for onward travel after the event.
4. Every effort must be made to ensure that horses receive proper attention after they have competed and that they are treated humanely when their competition careers are over. This covers proper veterinary care, competition injuries, euthanasia and retirement. 5. The FEI urges all involved with the sport to attain the highest levels of education in their areas of expertise. A full copy of this Code can be obtained from the Fédération Equestre Internationale, HM King Hussein I Building, Chemin de la Joliette 8, 1006 Lausanne, Switzerland, Telephone: +41 21 310 4747. The Code is available in English & French.
The Code is also available on the FEI’s website: www.fei.org.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 3 III. GENERAL INFORMATION 1. ORGANISER Name CSI Ascona Address PO Box 632, CH – 6612 Ascona | SUI Telephone +41 (0)91 791 0480 E-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com Website www.csi-ascona.ch Organizer The organizer referred to in this schedule shall hereinafter mean « CSI Ascona » and will hereinafter be referred to as the Organising Committee.
Contact Details Show Ground Address «Aerodromo Ascona» Via Aerodromo, Ascona | TI - SUI Telephone +41 (0)91 791 0480 Nearest airport Agno | Lugano | SUI or Malpensa | Milan | ITA 2.
ORGANISING COMMITTEE President Mr. Peter Bacchi, SUI Vice President Mrs. Manuela Bacchi, SUI Secretary Mrs. Patrizia Marazza, SUI Treasurer Mrs. Paola Imhof, SUI Press officer Mr. Georges Zehnder, SUI 3. EVENT DIRECTOR Information regarding invitations Name Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Rogier van Iersel Address Ds. Van Rhijnstraat 79, NL - 8166 AL Emst Telephone +31(0) 578 661959 Cell phone +31(0) 653 227792 Fax +31(0) 578 661104 Email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 4 IV. OFFICIALS 1. GROUND JURY FEI ID # President Mr. Alfred K. Boll, SUI 10051573 Member Mrs. Monika Elmer, SUI 10081676 Member Mrs. Brigitta Gass, SUI 10048836 Name Mrs. Francesca Giovannini, SUI National judge Member Mr. Claudio Gianelli, SUI 10048855 2. FOREIGN JUDGE FEI ID # Name Mr. Stephan Ellenbruch, GER 10049364 Email address stephan.ellenbruch@t-online .de 3. COURSE DESIGNER FEI ID # Name Mr. Christian Wiegand, GER 10052089 Email address email@example.com 4.
ASSISTANT COURSE DESIGNERS FEI ID # Name Mr. Gérard Lachat, SUI 10053146 Mr. Marco Cortinovis, ITA 10053569 5. APPEAL COMMITTEE No Appeal Committee will be appointed for this event. 6. CHIEF STEWARD FEI ID # Name Mr. Mathias Löchner, SUI 10051864 Email address firstname.lastname@example.org 7. ASSISTANT STEWARDS FEI ID # Name Mr. Christiano Cattaneo, SUI National judge Name Mrs. Marena Liuzzi, ITA National judge Name Mr. Amilcare Monteggia, SUI 10049764 Name Mr. Mario Pavoni, SUI National judge 8. FEI VETERINARY DELEGATE The FEI is implementing a compulsory FEI Veterinarian ID Card for FEI Events and a new approach to the Veterinary Education system.
Consequently, all Veterinarians requiring access to the stable or other restricted areas and/or carrying out supportive treatments at an FEI Event must be listed as an FEI Veterinarian and carry their FEI Veterinarian identification (ID) card from 1 June 2012. For details explaining which veterinarians will here forth be considered as FEI Official Veterinarians or Permitted Treating Veterinarians please refer to the FEI new veterinarian ID card webpage.
FEI ID # Name Dr. Med. Vet Markus Müller, SUI 10049780 Email address email@example.com 9. EVENT TREATING VETERINARIAN Name Dr. Med. Vet Mauro Cavalli, SUI Address Via Vallemaggia 4, CH – 6600 Locarno Service number: +41 (0)79 686 3700 24|24 hours available
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 5 10.MEDICAL DOCTOR | MEDICAL SERVICES Name Servizio Ambulanza Locarnese e Valli Address Via Alla Morettina 9A | PO Box 25 | CH – 6601 Locarno 1 | TI Telephone +41 (0)91 756 1919 or +41 (0)91 756 0907 (direct line) In addition permanent medical and first aid services will be arranged 11.FARRIER Name Mr.
Jona Vasali, SUI Cell phone +41 (0)79 620 5356 12.PRESS OFFICER Name Mr. Georges Zehnder, SUI Email address firstname.lastname@example.org V. SPECIFIC TECHNICAL CONDITIONS 1. Time table for CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013 Date Time Opening of stables No early arrivals of horses, please! Wednesday 24 July 2013 16hrs00 1st Horse Inspection All horses taking part at this event must be present during the first horse inspection, unless unable to do so due to ‘force majeure’. Each horse must carry its number and must be presented in a bridle. Thursday 25 July 2013 Warming up arena 13hrs30 – 15hrs00 CSI Am cat A+B horses 15hrs00 – 18hrs00 CSI 3* | CSI YH 1* horses 2nd Horse Re-Inspection Friday 26 July 2013 08hrs45 – 09hrs00 Declaration of starters for 1st day Thursday 25 July 2013 16hrs30 CSI Am cat A+B 20hrs00 CSI 3* | CSI YH 1* Competition no 01 CSI-Am Thursday 25 July 2013 20hrs00 Competition no 02 CSI-YH Friday 26 July 2013 08hrs30 Competition no 03 CSI-Am Friday 26 July 2013 10hrs15
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 6 Time table (continuation) Competition no 04 CSI 3* Friday 26 July 2013 13hrs30 Competition no 05 CSI 3* Friday 26 July 2013 16hrs15 Competition no 06 CSI 3* Friday 26 July 2013 20hrs00 Competition no 07 CSI-Am Saturday 27 July 2013 08hrs30 Competition no 08 CSI-YH Saturday 27 July 2013 12hrs15 Competition no 09 CSI 3* Saturday 27 July 2013 14hrs00 Competition no 10 CSI 3* Saturday 27 July 2013 16hrs30 Competition no 11 CSN Top 10 Final Saturday 27 July 2013 19hrs30 Competition no 12 CSI 3* Saturday 27 July 2013 21hrs30 Competition no 13 CSI-YH Sunday 28 July 2013 08hrs30 Competition no 14 CSI 3* Sunday 28 July 2013 10hrs30 Competition no 15 CSI 3* Sunday 28 July 2013 12hrs30 Competition no 16 CSI 3* Sunday 28 July 2013 15hrs00
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 7 2. VENUE The event will take place: Outdoors | « Aerodromo Ascona » Please be advised that competitions will partly take place during evening time, under floodlight. 3. COMPETITION ARENA Dimensions 80 x 50 m. Type of Footing Sand | All weather surface 4. PRACTICE ARENA Dimensions 65 x 30 m. partly covered Type of Footing Sand 5. STABLES Size of boxes 3 x 3 m. In temporary stabling tents 6. DRAW According to FEI art. 252, if not stated otherwise in this schedule VI.
INVITATIONS Invitation system, according to the FEI rules for CSI 3* 1. Invite athletes at top of the Rolex Rankings to No (max. 5 athletes per foreign NF) 15 2. Remaining athletes to be invited Open to ranked or unranked athletes 3. Remaining foreign athletes to be invited, after invitations under Section 1 50% within top 600; 50% open (ranked or unranked athletes) 4. OC wild cards maximum (within top 600) 15 5. FEI Invitations 02 For more details refer to appendix, page 5 Number of NFs invited circa 20, including the home NF NFs invited AUS, AUT, BEL, BRA, DEN, EGY, FIN, FRA, GBR, GER, IRL, ITA, JPN, KSA, NED, QAT, SUI, SWE, UKR & USA Reserve NFs ARG, CAN, MEX, NOR & UAE Number of home athletes 25 *) Number of athletes per NF According to invitation Number of foreign athletes Approximately 35, including a maximum of 2 FEI invitations Number of horses per athletes Maximum 3 + 1 young horse (6 or 7 years of age) for the CSI-YH 1* (see page 29 - 31); each horse may compete once a day only FEI invitations Maximum 2 Total number of athletes Approximately 60 The Jumping Longines Rankings as per March 2013 | number 147 will be used for the selection of athletes.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 8 *) Home athletes Home athletes, will be invited by the Organising Committee, following consultation with the Swiss NF – SVPS; notwithstanding the maximum mentioned above, the number of horses per home athlete (max 3 + 1) will be determined, in consultation with the Swiss NF – SVPS. No show consequences Athletes not showing up or declining within three days from the start of the event, following a definite entry of their horses, will afterwards be charged – via their respective NFs – with all stabling fees i.e.
CHF 300,--, VAT included per horse definitely entered for the event.
VII. ENTRIES All athletes and horses participating in any international competition must be registered with the FEI. Please refer to annex I at the last page of this schedule for the FEI entry system information. All entries must be processed through the FEI entry system only. Foreign competitors must be entered through their home NF. NFs are requested to meet the specified deadlines, as mentioned below. All entries for the event will be processed by HippoData GmbH, Salach (GER); for any assistance in this respect, please contact: email@example.com and/or miss Eva Mühlentien, tel: +49 716 294 898 21.
Important: In any case all entries must include the following information on horses and athletes: name of the horse FEI – passport number / FEI ID # date of birth colour breed sex country of birth and studbook initials name(s) of owner(s) athlete’s name athletes year of birth athlete’s FEI ID # athlete’s gender Please respect the following deadlines: Nominated Entries Friday July 5th , 2013 Definite Entries Tuesday, July 16th , 2013 Last date for substitutions Monday, July 22nd , 2013 CSI 3* Entry fee per horse for all competitions: CHF 540,--, VAT included; stabling for each horse participating in the CSI 3* Ascona – 2013 is free of charge.
First bedding for horses is provided free of charge; food and additional bedding will be available within the stable area, at a price of CHF 9,-- per bale for hay and CHF 15,-- per bale for shavings. Horses will be bedded on shavings; in exceptional cases horses will be bedded on straw, only if the Organising Committee has been clearly informed in advance, together with the definite entries. Manure disposal: CHF 40,-- per horse. MCP-fee: CHF 12,50 per horse. All aforementioned amounts are including VAT.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 9 Age limits Event’s Category Age of Athletes Age of Horses Olympic Games/WEG As of 18th year Min 9 y.o.
Continental Championships Senior As of 18th year Min 8 y.o. Regional Championships/Games (all regions except Latin America) As of 18th year Min 8 y.o. Regional Championships/Games in Latin America As of 18th year As of 16th year if height of obstacles max.1.40m (JRs Annex IX, Art. 6.1) Min. 8 y.o.
Min. 7 y.o. if height of obstacles max. 1.40m (JRs Art. 254.1.1) World Cup Final As of 18th year Min. 8 y.o. Nations Cup Final As of 18th year Min. 8 y.o. CSI-W1*-5*/CSIO-W1*-5* Grand Prix, World Cup, Nations Cup, Power and Skill, Derby or Competition with the highest prize money Other Competitions Other Competitions if height max. 1.40m Other Competitions if height max. 1.20m As of 18th year As of 16th year with permission of their NF As of 14th year ‟ ‟ As of 12th year ‟ ‟ Min. 7 y.o. Min. 7 y.o. Min. 7 y.o Min. 7 y.o CSI3*-5*/CSIO1*-5* Grand Prix, Nations Cup, Power and Skill, Derby or Competition with the highest prize money Other Competitions Other Competitions if height max.
1.40m Other Competitions if height max. 1.20m As of 18th year As of 16th year with permission of their NF As of 14th year ‟ ‟ As of 12th year ‟ ‟ Min. 7 y.o. CSI2* Power and Skill or Derby Other Competitions Other Competitions if height max. 1.40m Other Competitions if height max. 1.20m As of 18th year As of 16th year with permission of their NF As of 14th year ‟ ‟ As of 12th year ‟ ‟ Min. 6 y.o. CSI1* Power and Skill or Derby Other Competitions Other Competitions if height max. 1.20m As of 18th year As of 14th year with permission of their NF As of 12th year ‟ ‟ Min. 6 y.o. CH-Y As of 16th year to end 21st year Min.
7 y.o. CSI/CSIO-Y As of 16th year to end 21st year Min. 6 y.o. CH-J As of 14th year to end 18th year Min. 7 y.o. CSI/CSIO-J As of 14th year to end 18th year Min. 6 y.o. CSI/CSIO-Ch/CH-Ch As of 12th year to end 14th year Min. 6 y.o. CSI/CSIOP/CH-P As of 12th year to end 16th year Min. 6 y.o. CSIU-25 As of 16th year to end 25th year As of 14th year if height max. 1.40m Min. 7 y.o.
CSIV As of 45th year for women and 49th for men Min. 6 y.o. CSIAm As of 14th year Min. 7 y.o. for Cat. A; Min. 6 y.o. for Cat. B CSIYH As of 16th year Min. 6 y.o. – Max. 8 y.o. CH-M-YH-S As of 18th year or 16 y.o. for athletes qualified with the same horse 5 y.o. / 6 y.o. / 7 y.o.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 10 Power supply Electric power for lived in horse boxes is available at a rate of CHF 55,-- VAT included per vehicle for the entire duration of the event.
Health documents Foreign athletes requiring health documents for their horses to facilitate their onward journey following their sojourn at CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013, must inform the secretary’s office not later than Thursday July 25th 2013, by 17hrs30. Please note that this additional service will be provided at a rate of CHF 50,-- VAT included per horse.
Payments All costs to be paid at the latest on Sunday July 28th , 2013 at the secretary’s office. The account will be made, based upon the definite entries. Payments must be made in CHF in cash or by credit card. Payments by credit card will however be debited by 6% extra over the total amount due. The Organising Committee reserves the right to withhold money due from the prize money won, as long as outstanding bills have not been paid. Please note that payments by cheque will not be accepted! General Entries are accepted subject to any unforeseen circumstances including but not limited to military exigencies, strikes, or other civil disturbances, fire or other contingencies of any description preventing or rendering it undesirable in the opinion of the Organising Committee for the Show to take place.
All entries shall stand for any postponed show unless withdrawn by written notice to the Show Secretary within one week of notification or public announcement in the press of such postponement. The postponement or abandonment of the show either before the opening or at any time during the course of the show shall not give rise to any claim whatever against the show or the Organising Committee by the competitors or others except for refund of prepaid entries in respect of classes or competitions not held.
In the case of postponement refund will only be made in respect of entries duly withdrawn. Important Any official entry of a horse for this event automatically and unconditionally entails: 1. the formal and unconditional approval of the horse owner(s) concerned, regarding his/her horse(s)’ presence at and participation in the CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013; 2. the athletes agreement for himself and for his representatives to be bound by the FEI rules and the conditions listed in this official schedule, including its liability clauses, without limitation; 3. the athletes understanding that the CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013 is governed by Swiss law and if there are any suspicious incidents, the proper authorities will be involved to handle the situation.
Declining entries The Organising Committee may at their absolute discretion with Ground Jury approval, remove any person or animal from the event without being liable for any compensation. No decision will however be taken by the Organising Committee relating to athletes and/or horses participating in international competition without the approval of the Ground Jury.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 11 VIII. FACILITIES OFFERED 1. ATHLETES All athletes will stay at the event at their personal expense; athletes need to arrange their hotel reservations themselves. A hotel list is available upon request. 2. OFFICIALS Officials are the guest of the Organising Committee; hotel accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner will be paid by the Organising Committee (extra’s: telephone, charges for the use of the internet, beverages, drinks etc. not included). The hotel rooms will be reserved by the Organising Committee.
Costs will be paid for a maximum of three nights, from Thursday July 25th , 2013 until Sunday July 28th , 2013. A longer stay will be at the expense of those concerned. Officials staying in a hotel other than the one selected by the Organising Committee, will have to pay all expenses incurred themselves. 3. GROOMS Grooms (maximum 1 per athlete) will stay at the event at their own expense. Grooms and others, if not staying in the lorries, must arrange their proper hotel reservation. For those staying at the event, the Organising Committee will provide sufficient clean sanitary and showering facilities, with hot and cold water, for male and female grooms.
4. LOCAL TRANSPORTATION Courtesy cars will be available for transport from the various hotels to the show grounds of CSI Ascona, vice versa. The service will commence on Thursday July 25th 2013. It will be continued on through Sunday July 28th 2013 and will daily be in service, until one hour after the finish of the last competition of the day. 5. HORSES All transport expenses to be paid by the athletes themselves; there will be no reimbursement of travelling expenses by the Organising Committee. Accommodation for the horses in boxes of 3.00 x 3.00 m., free of charge, will be available for home and foreign athletes in temporary stables, as from Wednesday July 24th 2013 | 16hrs00 am for the entire duration of the event.
No arrival of horses before the date and time indicated, please! Since stabling is limited, in principle no stable boxes are available for horses that do not participate in the CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013. However, if the Organising Committee approves in advance the stabling of an extra horse, an amount of CHF 195,-- VAT included per horse will be charged to the Person Responsible for each horse not competing in the CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013. Requests for extra boxes must be sent with the definite entries. 6. WELCOME The time and date of arrival of athletes and horses and their means of transport must be given to the Organising Committee in order to facilitate them on arrival.
However, horses may not arrive earlier than Wednesday July 24th , 2013 | 16hrs00 am and must depart no later than Monday July 29th , 2013 | 08hrs00 am, unless otherwise agreed upon in advance with the Organising Committee. 7. CANCELLATION OF STABLING Applications for refund of charges, received by the Organising Committee later than Friday July 19th , 2013 will under no circumstances be considered. 8. DOGS Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times; offences against this rule may lead to permanent withdrawal of the accreditation of the person concerned.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 12 IX. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 1. ADVERTISING AND PUBLICITY ON ATHLETES AND HORSES The athletes are authorised to carry the logo of their personal sponsor in accordance with FEI Art. 256.3 and 257.3 of the FEI Rules for Jumping. The Chief Steward will check that the advertising and publicity on Athletes and horses complies with these articles. Athletes not complying with art. 136 will be reported to the Ground Jury and will not be permitted into the arena during the course of the competition, until the use of the sponsor’s logo is in compliance with this article.
2. GENERAL CLASSIFICATION AT THE END OF THE COMPETIONS Prix du Vainqueur | ‘Zenith’ Prize in kind: A Zenith watch, representing a value of CHF 10’000,-- for the athlete, being the best classified during the big tour at CSI 3* Ascona – 2013. The classification will be established as follows: In the competitions no 5, 10, 12 and 16 points are awarded according to the following system: The winner gets as many points as the total number of athletes starting in the competition; the second placed athlete gets one point less etc. In case of ex-aequo placing all respective athletes will receive the points corresponding to their placing.
Athletes eliminated or having retired will receive no points; however, this does not apply to eliminations or retirements during any jump-off or second round. Notwithstanding the above, the points obtained in the competitions no 5, 10 and 12 will be multiplied by 1 and the points obtained in competition no 16 will be multiplied by 2.
In case of equality of points for the first place of the final ranking of the Prix du Vainqueur, the best result obtained in competition no 16 (the Grand Prix) will be decisive. Should this result be equal also, the best result obtained in competition no 5 will first serve as tie breaker; subsequently, in case of further equality, the best result obtained in competition no 10 will be decisive. The provisional classification will be updated following each competition, the results of which are counting for the Prix du Vainqueur ranking.
3. PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY Following each competition a distribution of prizes will take place; with the exception of the Grand Prix: athletes up to and including the 6th place will be invited to attend to each prize giving ceremony.
For the Grand Prix, athletes up to and including the 8th place will be invited to attend to the prize giving ceremony. The owner(s) of the winning horse(s) of the Grand Prix is (are) entitled to attend to the prize giving ceremony. 4. INSURANCES All owners and athletes will be 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.
The Organising Committee will not accept responsibility for any accident happening to owners, participants, grooms, to or because of their horses to third parties in whichever circumstances, inside or outside the show grounds, during, before or after competitions. The civil and financial responsibility of the Organising Committee and its co-operators will never be liable in any circumstance. The FEI insures all FEI Officials, whose names are published in the FEI Officials lists, against third party liability including Judges, Course Designers, Technical Delegates, FEI Stewards, FEI Veterinary Delegates, Para Classifiers, Members of the Judges’ Supervisory Panel and FEI Coaches (FEI MCP Veterinarians are covered under a different policy):
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 13 Who are acting for or on behalf of the FEI as stated in the approved schedule of the Event or who are acting in the scope and course of the FEI’s Business as described in the final approved schedule; and Who have received the status of FEI Officials at FEI Events through a qualification process. The FEI will NOT insure: National officials officiating at FEI Events; and/or FEI Officials, who have no official function at the Event. The insurance extended is for any liability that the FEI Official incurs to a third party, and for the costs of defending any such claim arising as a result of actions undertaken by the FEI Official in good faith (including errors and omissions) on behalf of the FEI.
However, the insurance for obvious reasons does not extend to any liabilities incurred as a result of an FEI Official’s dishonest, fraudulent, malicious, and/or illegal act.
Should an FEI Official become aware of an incident that he or she believes might result in a claim, that FEI Official should notify the FEI immediately and provide all of the facts known to the FEI Official. The FEI cannot guarantee the insurance coverage described above in circumstances where the FEI Official has good cause to believe that there might be a claim and does not provide such timely notice directly to the FEI. 5. ENTRY RIGHTS TO THE SHOWGROUNDS There will be free access to the show grounds for the athletes, their partners, grooms, owners of participating horses and officials. The necessary accreditation should be collected from the accreditation centre upon arrival.
Per athlete 1 groom maximum will be accredited. A maximum of two owners per participating horse, will be accredited, providing their names are duly registered as such in the official FEI-passport, of the relevant horse’s passport.
The Organising Committee reserves the right to withdraw, confiscate or otherwise any passes whether issued with entry or purchased, without refund, immediately in the event that they are either cut, removed or in any way damaged. Passes are non-transferable once issued. All athletes, owners, grooms and other persons must display relevant passes at all times, otherwise entry will be refused. 6. SAFETY CUPS In accordance with art. 210 of the FEI rules for Jumping Events, the safety cups in use during the competitions of the CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013, will be of the FEI approved type ‘Beck & Heun’ GmbH | Mengerskirchen | GER.
7. TIMING DEVICE Name of manufacturer: Alge Timing, FEI report nr. 22020008A, model: Timy PXE with integrated printer. Photocells: Alge, FEI report nr. 22020010B.RSL1n Wireless transmitters: Alge, FEI report nr. 22020013C, model TED/TX10 - RX10. 8. PROTESTS/APPEALS To be valid, all protests and appeals must be made in writing and accompanied by a deposit of CHF 150,-- or its equivalent. 9. EVENT’S ORGANISATION In exceptional circumstances, together with the approval of the Ground Jury the Organising Committee reserves the right to modify the schedule in order to clarify any matters or matters arising from an omission or due to unforeseen circumstances.
Any such changes will be notified to all competitors and officials as soon as possible and they will be reported to the Secretary General of the FEI by the Foreign Judge.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 14 All modifications made to the schedule after approval by the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) must have the approval of the Secretary General of the FEI. Having received Ground Jury approval the Organising Committee may alter the timings or cancel any of the competitions, as necessities of the programme may require. The Organising Committee reserves the right to take all necessary action, including cancelling or shortening the CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013, due to special and/or unforeseen circumstances, which in the opinion of the Organising Committee, would make the continuation of the event unjustified; any such decision will be taken in agreement with the Secretary General of the FEI.
No consequential liability whatsoever can be accepted in such occasion. Gen.Reg. 115.1 and 115.2.
10. SCHOOLING DURING COMPETITION Athletes wishing to school during speed competitions (table A and table C) must inform the Organising Committee at the time the horse is declared for participation in the competition concerned. These athletes will start first in these competitions. This practice is however not encouraged by the OC at all. 11. DISPUTES In the event of any discussion concerning the interpretation of this schedule (in translated languages), the English version will be decisive. 12. RESULTS In order to proceed with the results publication and for qualification purposes the FEI requires results to be sent immediately after the conclusion of the event.
Results are to be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, in the proper Excel or “XML” file immediately after the event. Please refer to compulsory format for CSIs/CSIOs/Championships and Games; the file can be downloaded using the following link: http://twww.fei.org/xml-format-for-automated-results-processing All results must include FEI passport Registration number of horses and FEI ID numbers of Riders. 13. BETTING No officially Organising Committee authorized betting will take place at this event. 14. RESPONSIBILITY The Organising Committee (including their employees, representatives and show officials) will not be responsible for any accident, injury or damage that may occur to, or any illness or disease which may be contracted by any horse entered at the CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013 however occurring, and the competitors shall keep the Organising Committee indemnified against all liability whatever arising from any accident, injury, damage, illness or disease.
Athletes recognize and accept that all equestrian sports involve inherent risks and that no helmet or protective equipment can protect against all foreseeable injury. Consequently, by entering their horse(s) for CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013 they accept the risk and hold harmless the Organising Committee, the FEI, the officials, agents, employees and their representatives. The organisers will not be in any way liable for anything that may happen (from any cause or circumstances whatever) to property brought into the event or for any other loss, claim, matter, circumstance or event whatever in connection with, or arising out of, or attributable to the actions of the Organising Committee (including their employees, representatives and show officials) or any of their officers, or agents or these or any other rules or regulations special conditions prescribed by the event.
Each athlete will be considered responsible in all aspects for the attendants in charge of his horses and for any other servants or agents of his for the consequences of any infringement by any such persons of these rules and regulations.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 15 15. GENERAL Competitors and others involved in the CSI Ascona | SUI – 2013 must make themselves conversant with these general regulations in addition to the special conditions applicable to the various competitions. Riders may only compete on the understanding that they comply with and are bound by these regulations and the special conditions relating to each competition. X. VETERINARY MATTERS 1. CUSTOMS FORMALITIES Please communicate the date and time of arrival of horses to the Official Forwarding Agent; the Organizing Committee has entrusted all transportation and forwarding arrangements to: Brändlin Spedition AG Fax: +41 61 631 30 60 Pferdespedition Tel: +41 61 631 18 18 P.O.
Box 461 Mobile: +41 79 322 25 25 CH - 4019 Basel | Switzerland E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org For each horse coming into Switzerland from abroad the following documents must be provided: 1. An international FEI-passport or a national passport, approved by the FEI; 2. A health certificate for trade between members states of the EEC and Switzerland; 3. A carnet ATA, issued and approved by the local Chamber of Commerce. Value per horse min. EUR 20.000. The carnet has to be opened by the customs in your country or temporary Import and Export over Basle/Weil am Rhein. The caution will be paid by the forwarding agent (Brändlin Sped AG).
For the clearance we only need one diagram per horse and the truck registration number, but you have to fax the details to the local Chamber of Commerce. Value per horse min EUR 20,000,--. The carnet has to be opened by the customs in your country.
Athletes must arrange their own transportation of horses and are moreover responsible for arranging correct custom formalities. Customs clearance is made at the stables on the show grounds. The horse boxes have to travel under transit bond directly to the stables on the event venue in Ascona | TI (SUI). The Swiss customs authorities have instructed all customs offices at the Swiss border accordingly. All costs arising from not following these instructions will be for the account of the competitors concerned.
Attention Since 1995 new custom regulations between EU and EFTA apply. All foreign competitors are strongly requested to strictly follow the above formalities.In case documents are found to be not in order, horses risk to be stopped at the border.
The frontier crossing point has to be mentioned on the entry form; we suggest the following border crossing points to Switzerland: Basel: Motorway Weil am Rhein Konstanz: Motorway E-Tor (Kreuzlingen) Chiasso: Motorway Chiasso Schaffhausen: Motorway Schaffhausen Geneva: Motorway Bardonnex The border crossing point must be confirmed with the Official Forwaqrding Agent well in advance. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS GENERAL In accordance with the FEI Code of Conduct it is imperative that all Horses at FEI Events are physically fit and free from infectious disease before being allowed to compete.
ENTRY OF HORSES Please refer to the information provided sub 3 below.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 16 3. NATIONAL REQUIREMENTS For each horse coming into The Netherlands from abroad the following documents must be provided: 1. An international FEI-passport or a national passport, approved by the FEI; 2. A valid health certificate, issued by the official veterinary authority in the country of origin; 3. Non EU competitors are strongly advised to use an ATA carnet, issued and approved by the local Chamber of Commerce.
The carnet has to be opened by the customs in your country. 4. TRANSPORT OF HORSES Horses must be fit to travel and be transported in vehicles suitable for the transport of horses. Any government requirements for disease testing and control must be requested well in advance, and the Horse be in compliance by the time of arrival at the border of the country where the Event is taking place.
Athletes, or their representatives, have a responsibility to be in compliance of national legislation in both the country of origin, return, and the host nation of the Event; where necessary Athletes must contact local government authorities or veterinary advisors for information regarding animal health requirements and transport legislation. Within the European Union (EU), this includes EU Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2005 concerning the protection of animals during transport within the Member States of the EU.
5. VENUE ARRIVAL INFORMATION & FITNESS TO COMPETE Passports: General regulations Article 137 All Horses competing at FEI Events must be registered with the FEI.
FEI Passports or FEI Recognition Cards - for those Horses with a national passport approved by the FEI, are compulsory for FEI Events, with the exception of CNs and CIMs as outlined below. Event’s Category FEI Passport and or Recognition Card National Events Not compulsory CSI1*-2*/J-B/Y-B/Ch-B/U25-B/V-B/AmB/P/Ch-A Not compulsory for Horses from the host Nation Compulsory for Horses from the invited Nations CSI3*-5*/CSIOs/J-A/Y-A/V-A/U25-A/Am-A Compulsory All Championships/Games Compulsory CSI1*-5*-W Compulsory Athletes whose Horse’s Passport and/or Recognition Card is not correctly validated, or failing to meet other requirements for vaccination and Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication control (Veterinary Regulations Article 1030) will be subject to Sanctions in accordance with Annex II of the Veterinary Regulations.
Athletes will be required to write their name and counter sign next to any passport irregularity entry noted, as an acknowledgement, prior to receiving the passport and leaving the show ground. Following a warning being issued for such an irregularity the Athlete will have 30 days to correct this, failure to correct such irregularities within 30 days will result in a sanction being imposed. Note for Horses permanently resident in a Member State of the European Union, all Horses must have a national EU passport in compliance with EU Regulations, to which a FEI Recognition card is applied. The exception to this being Horses in possession of an FEI passport which has been continually revalidated without interruption.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 17 VACCINATIONS - EQUINE INFLUENZA 2013 Veterinary Regulations Article 1028 Horses competing at FEI Events must comply with the requirements for Equine Influenza vaccination in accordance with the Veterinary Regulations and as summarised below. VACCINATION PROTOCOL ELIGIBILITY TO ENTER VENUE Primary Course 1st Vaccination: day 0 (e.g. 1 January 2010) 2nd Vaccination: day 21-92 (e.g. 1 February 2010) May compete 7 days after the 2nd Vaccination First Booster Within 7 months of the 2nd vaccination of the Primary Course (e.g.
1 August 2010) May compete for 6 months + 21 days after the 2nd vaccination of the Primary Course Must not compete in the 7 days after receiving a vaccination (e.g. may enter venue after 7 August 2010) Boosters MINIMUM: within one year of previous booster vaccination IF COMPETING: must be competing in the 6 months +21 days from the previous booster vaccination Must have been vaccinated with the 6 months +21 days before arriving at the Event Must not compete in the 7 days after receiving a vaccination Exceptions to the requirement for FEI equine influenza vaccinations currently exist only for those Horses competing at CNs or CIMs where there are no national requirements for influenza vaccination in both the Event host country and the Horse’s country of origin (General Regulations Article 137).
EXAMINATION ON ARRIVAL 2013 Veterinary Regulations Article 1032 On arrival at an Event venue all Horses must undergo an examination by a veterinarian to confirm their identification from their passport, their vaccination status and general health. To protect all horses attending events, any Horse with a questionable health status, with regards to vaccination, disease or other concerns, must be stabled within the isolation facilities provided by the Organising Committee pending a decision on entering the venue.
HORSE INSPECTIONS 2013 | Veterinary Regulations | Article 1033 All Horses will be assessed for their orthopaedic fitness to compete during the Horse Inspection. Any Horse demonstrating questionable fitness may be referred to the Holding Box for further veterinary examination. Horses not deemed fit not to compete will be eliminated by the Ground Jury and not be permitted to continue in the competition. LIMB SENSITIVITY EXAMINATION All Horses competing at the Event are subject throughout the Period of the Event to Examination under Article 1034 of the Veterinary Regulations, the Limb Sensitivity Protocol.
The objectives of the Protocol are to: (i) safeguard the welfare of the horse, according to the principles outlined in the Code of Conduct for the Horse, and (ii) to ensure a level playing field for all Athletes.
Horses are not eligible to compete when a limb, or part of a limb, is hyposensitive or hypersensitive. Hypersensitive limbs have an excessive or abnormal reaction to palpation. Hyposensitive limbs include any alteration in sensitivity induced by a neurectomy or chemical desensitisation for as long as the alteration in sensitivity persists.
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 18 Horses may be examined under the Protocol at any time during the Period of the Event, including, but not limited to, between rounds and before the Jump Off and they may be examined once or on multiple occasions.
All Horses selected to be tested must submit promptly to the Examination or are subject to immediate Disqualification. There is no obligation to examine any specific number of Horses during the Event.
6. MEQUINE ANTI-DOPING AND CONTROLLED MEDICATION 2013 Veterinary Regulations, Chapter VI Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Programme (EADCMP) Within FEI Groups I & II, the Organising Committee should charge competitors the equivalent of CHF 12.50 towards the cost of the EADCMP, which is affected by the FEI Veterinary Department. SAMPLING All horses competing at FEI Events may be subject to sampling for the presence of FEI Equine Prohibited Substances in accordance with the FEI Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMRs). Horses may be selected for sampling in accordance with obligatory testing, targeted or random sampling procedures (2013 Veterinary Regulations Article 1058).
CLEAN SPORT INFORMATION The current FEI Equine Prohibited Substances List of Banned Substances and Controlled Medications is available on the FEI Clean Sport website: www.FEICleanSport.org as a PDF document, database or smart phone app. Detection times are also provided for a limited number of Controlled Medication substances where available. Elective Testing may be carried out, by Competitors for their Horses, prior to an Event to check for the presence of prohibited substances (please refer to www.FEI.org/veterinary for information and details). FEI LABORATORY FOR SAMPLE ANALYSIS Name HFL Sport Science, Quotient Bioresearch Ltd Address Newmarket Road, Fordham, Cambridgeshire CB7 5WW, United Kingdom Telephone +44 (0) 1638 724 406 Fax: +44 (0) 1638 724 407 Web page www.hfl.co.uk E-mail SMaynard@hfl.co.uk 7.
VETERINARY TREATMENTS, SUPPORTIVE AND OTHER THERAPIES 2013 Veterinary Regulations | Chapter V Veterinary treatment or supportive therapy required during an Event is under the control of the FEI Veterinary Official (Veterinary Delegate) and only permitted when: a) authorised using the appropriate Veterinary Form (see table below, or VRs article 1047-1051), either prior to the competition or prior to administration once the competition has begun; b) conducted within the designated Treatment Boxes and c) administered by an FEI Veterinarian (VRs article 1003) or Other Treating Professional (VRs article 1021).
Heated or magnetic blankets, physical therapy, ice and cold water, non-prohibited, authorised substances that are administered orally or by nebulisation, or those treatments exceptionally authorised by the Veterinary Delegate are allowed in the Horse’s own stable. VETERINARY FORM USE AUTHORISED BY Veterinary Form 1 Emergency treatment using a prohibited substance Ground Jury after first consultation with the Veterinary delegates
Schedule CSI Ascona | TI (SUI) – 2013 Draft version 1, May 27th 2013 www.csi-ascona.ch Circle Assist® , Global Equestrian Services Page | 19 VETERINARY FORM USE AUTHORISED BY Veterinary Form 2 Declaration for administration of altrenogest (Regumate) to mares Person Responsible declaration Veterinary Form 3 Authorisation for the use of medication not listed as prohibited FEI Veterinary Delegate Veterinary Form 4 Self declaration for the administration of specifically stated substances only (VRs article 1041) FEI Veterinarian (Team Vet, Athlete Private Vet, VSM, Treating Vet) With submission to the Veterinary Delegate before administration FEI Elective Testing Form Form to accompany samples sent to a FEI Laboratory for elective testing before the event N/A Supervision of all such treatments by FEI Officials may take place directly on a random check basis or by requesting to see a copy of the relevant authorisation.
No treatments may take place without coming under such control and authority, except in the case of a clear emergency, when a retrospective authority may be considered if the Horse is to continue.
8. VETERINARIANS AT EVENTS 2013 | Veterinary Regulations | Chapter II VETERINARY SERVICES MANAGER (VSM) All Organising Committees must appoint a FEI Veterinarian as a Veterinary Services Manager to be responsible for assisting the organiser in achieving the Minimum Veterinary Standards and facilities required for an FEI Event. The VSM must ensure sufficient numbers of treating veterinarians are available for the type of Event and the number of Horses attending. The VSM may be the event treating veterinarian themselves. FEI VETERINARIANS All veterinarians treating Horses during FEI Events, including Team Veterinarians, Athlete’s Private Veterinarians and Treating Veterinarians must be registered with the FEI as FEI Veterinarians – either Permitted Treating or Official Veterinarians.
Veterinarians must carry their FEI ID Card with them at all times when in attendance at Events and must present this on the request of FEI Stewards or Officials. Athletes are advised to ensure that any veterinarian they wish to treat their Horse during an Event is registered in the correct way with the FEI. Registering as an FEI Veterinarian does not give any automatic right to having accreditation which is issued by the event Organising Committee. 9. NOTES TO ORGANISING COMMITTEES FEI Veterinary Delegates must verify that adequate facilities and services are provided by the Organising Committee prior to the start of the Event, and ensure that FEI Stewards are aware of the requirements for the authorisation of Veterinary Forms, other treatments and the FEI Veterinarian ID Card during Events.
Organising Committees must also ensure that there are adequately trained stewards or designated individuals who will liaise with FEI Veterinary Officials to assist with the supervision of treatment areas.The Veterinary Forms 1-4 must be kept by the FEI Veterinary Delegate, referenced and submitted in their report to the FEI within 72 hours. FURTHER QUERIES ON THIS INFORMATION NOTE If you have any further questions please check: www.fei.org/Veterinary Please feel free to contact Victoria.Unt@fei.org or email@example.com for further information. Tel +41 21 544 10 44 or +41 21 310 47 39