EQUESTRIAN

DATES

01 November

02 November

Check-in: 0830hrs

Start: 0900hrs

LOCATION

Serpentine Horse and Pony Club

Karnup Rd, Serpentine WA 6125

COMPETITION

Unisex

CATEGORIES

Combined Training

Dressage

Jumping

Show Horse

Western

DESCRIPTION

Grading:

This is an open competition and riders may enter what classes they wish pursuant to rules of entry (see below).

This event will be run pursuant to Equestrian Australia National Rules for Eventing (Combined Training), Dressage, Jumping and Show Horse.   Western will be run pursuant to the Australian Quarter Horse Association rules.

Service/Agency Attire:

  • Competitors are strongly encouraged to enter into the spirit of the Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games by improvisation of their service/agency identity through their riding and horse’s attire. 
  • Agency patches, uniforms and colour coordination greatly add to the spectacle and the uniqueness of this competition. 
  • The “Smartest on Parade” event judges will be influenced by quality, originality and the innovation of agency entrants in these events.

RULES

All events will be run pursuant to EA National Rules for Discipline.  Combined Training will be run under EA Eventing Rules.

Dressage: Horses can only be entered in two Dressage classes.

Combined Training: Horses can only be entered in one Combined Training class

Show Horse: Horses/Riders can enter any classes pursuant to class restrictions.

Western: Horses/Riders can enter any classes pursuant to class restrictions.

Jumping: Horses can only be entered in two heights and one top score.  Each height will run as a championship class over two stages.

The first stage will be run under Article 238.2.1 (one round against the clock) placings will determine the staring order of the second stage (elimination from this round excludes progression to next class).

The second stage will be run under Article 273.1.2.2.3.3.2 over two rounds.  The first round is not against the clock and the top 25% will progress to the second round.  Faults from the first round will be carried over to the second round.  The second round is over a shortened course and against the clock, the winner and place getters will be determined on total faults in both rounds and the fastest time in the second round.

The organising committee reserves the right to change the program prior to the event.

OTHER INFORMATION

  • Games Registration please refer to the APES 2018 website.

  • Class entries will be taken on Global Entries Online once the program is finalised see; www.globalentriesonline.com.au (details to come).

  • For interstate or long distance travellers expecting to arrive prior to the first day of competition, please contact the Equestrian Co-ordinators who will assist with access to the Serpentine Pony Club Grounds where overnight yards are available.

  • For remote interstate and international competitors, please contact the Equestrian Co-ordinators who will assist with contact details of individuals and or organisations where they may be able to arrange the hire of a horse for the competition.

  • Interstate/international competitors will be responsible for dealing directly with horse owners and negotiating the reimbursements (payments) and insurance cover (where required). Competitors will be responsible for the feeding and maintenance costs and payments.  A list of loan horses for interstate competitors has commenced.  If anyone wishes to compete on a loan horse they are to contact Sports Coordinator Mel Cooper at Melissa.cooper@dfes.wa.gov.au or on 0419 924 942.

  • The Equestrian coordinators and Management Committee will provide referral information only and have no further involvement in negotiations or payments to any horse providers.

 

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MEDALS

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SPORT COORDINATORS

Melissa COOPER

Melissa.Cooper@dfes.wa.gov.au

Shane GIBLETT

shane.giblett@des.wa.gov.au?

 

EVENT TIME TABLE / FIXTURES

Thursday 1 November 2018

Dressage Classes:

  • EA Preliminary            1.1
  • EA Preliminary            1.2
  • EA Novice                    2.1
  • EA Novice                    2.2
  • EA Elementary            3.1

Combined Training Classes Dressage Phase:  (Dressage Phase Thursday, Jumping Phase Friday)

Dressage                                                 Jumping

  • EVA80/95 Test 1                                 50cm
  • EVA80/95 Test 1                                 65cm
  • EVA80/95 Test 2                                 80cm
  • EVA80/95 Test 2                                 95cm

Show horse:

  • Ladies Hack
  • Gentlemen’s Hack
  • Hack Under 16H
  • Hack Over 16H
  • Open Hack
  • Pleasure Hack
  • Pair of Hacks
  • Service Uniform (Turnout)
  • Lady Rider
  • Gentleman Rider
  • Fancy Dress (Fun Event, Pairs or Single)

 

Friday 2 November 2018

Western:

  • Open Western Pleasure
  • Open Western Horsemanship
  • Open Ranch Rider
  • Open Western Trail
  • Working Stock Horse (No Cattle)
  • Western Dressage

Combined Training Classes Jumping Phase: (Jumping Phase, See above for heights)

Jumping:

  • 60cm Championship
  • 75cm Championship
  • 90cm Championship
  • 100cm Championship
  • 110cm Championship
  • Topscore 1: 60cm – 95cm
  • Topscore 2: 80cm – 120cm

Please note fixtures may be subject to change based on the enrolments. Final fixtures will be listed when registration closes.  

COSTING

$20 per category 

Equestrian Disciplines / Event Registrations will be run through Global Entries Online (www.globalentriesonline.com.au). Once this is active your Sports Coordinators will email you and advise you according.

Please remember you must complete and pay your Games Registration to proceed through the Global Entries System.

 

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