- A Rider can compete in two adjacent levels on the same horse.
- There is no limit to how many horse and rider combination a rider can be a part of.
- The competitor is responsible for following the rules and completing the requirements of the schooling shows.
- Each horse and rider combination must send in 3 (Three) scores at each level in order to qualify at that level.
- Scores must be postmarked by Dec 15 in order to count for this year’s program.
- Shows must take place between September 1 2019 and Nov 30th of 2020.
- Due to COVID-19 we will be accepting virtual show scores as long as result submissions meet the below criteria.
- Shows can be schooling or sanctioned.
- An official report of the final score must be submitted for the show to count. This can be:
- A rider report from the USEA or governing body of the show.
- A picture of the results for the riders division taken at the show.
- A signed statement from a show official stating the riders final score.
- Awards will be given out to the top 10 placements at each level. Each level will be broken up into the following divisions: Jr (18 and younger) and Sr (over 18).
- Results will be posted on our Facebook, Instagram, and The Results Page for the Year End Awards on our website.
- All 3 (three) scores will be averaged together and ranked from lowest penalty point average to highest penalty point average.
- Eventing dressage tests will be accepted for dressage divisions. The level equivalents are as follows:
- Starter Level Eventing = Introductory Level Dressage
- Beginner Novice and Novice Level Eventing = Training Level Dressage
- Training Level Eventing = First Level Dressage
- Preliminary Level Eventing = Second Level Dressage
1 Divison = $25
2 Divisions = $45
3 Divisions = $70
4 Divisions = $90
Pricing is by rider not by horse.
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