Horses

Entry Form and Program Information – 2018

64TH ANNUAL SHOW

10TH & 11TH February 2018

Neville Frost Arena, Morisset Showground
All Horse Vehicles Are To Enter
Via The Freemans Drive Entrance
Please refer to map as no right hand turn into grounds
Gates open 6am. Competition begins 8am.
ATM ON SITE – CANTEEN
SHOW HORSE & BREEDS SCHEDULE
SATURDAY – All Breeds Spectacular, Funkhana
& Sporting Events
SUNDAY – TRIPLE CHANCE Open Hacks, Galloways, Ponies &
Show Hunters, Hack Breeds, Newcomers &
Young Horse Saddle Classes
Gate Entry – Family Pass (2 Adults 2 Kids) $25.00
Adults $10.00
Kids (under 16) $5.00
Class Entries – $5.00 per class Enter On The Day
Funkhana Ring – $25.00 unlimited classes
Sporting – Junior $3.00 Adult/Open $6.00 Per Class
All Enquiries: Cheree Hughan 0412 846 066
morissetaghorses@gmail.com
www.morissetshow.org.au FIND US ON FACEBOOK!

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY / RULES

  • Refunds of entries will be given for scratching made before the close of entry date. Thereafter, a veterinary certificate must be produced to claim a refund.
  • Please ensure all rider and horse details are up to date on Global Entries Online.
  • EA numbers for official classes (3, 4, 5 & 6) must be financial and will be checked prior to the competition. Entries in these official classes will be deleted if correct EA numbers for both horse and rider are not provided.
  • Prize money and ribbons for the official classes will not be given unless showjumping registration cards are submitted.
  • This event will be run under FEI/EA rules. The committee reserves the right to change the program/ rules.
  • Strict draw order will apply to all classes.
  • Horses may start in only 2 consecutive height classes.
  • Ribbons will be awarded to 6th place.
  • Horse & rider combinations may only enter one class category. Ie: either a, b or c.
  • EA summer uniform will apply to both rings.
  • PIC identification numbers must be entered when entering via Global Entries Online.

Please take note of the following Rider Rulings:

Amateur Rider Ruling:

  • Riders may compete as amateurs from the beginning of the calendar year in which they turn 21 years of age.
  • Athletes must meet the membership requirements as set out in the EA General Regulations.

Amateur Rider classes are classes for riders who:

  • Must have not competed in an Olympic Games or World Equestrian Games in either Jumping or Eventing.
  • In the past 10 years must not have competed in a World Cup for Jumping Riders qualifying round.
  • Must not have competed in section 1 and 2 at a Royal Show in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide or Perth in the past two years
  • Must never have competed in a 4* 3 Day Event
  • Amateur Riders may not compete in an Amateur class if they compete in a class higher than 1.20m at that show.
  • Amateur Riders may not compete in an Amateur class on a horse that will compete in any class higher than 1.20m at that show.
  • Organisers may at their discretion limit the number of horses a rider can start.

Junior Rider Ruling:

  • Athletes may take part in competitions for Juniors from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach the age of 12 years until the end of the calendar year they reach the age of 18.

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