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IEA Horse Trials, Classic Training & Novice 3-Day Event | Edinburgh, IN (AREA VIII)


USEA Event ID: 16778

Omnibus Listing: http://useventing.com/competitions/calendar?event=16778

GET INVOLVED! Get your friends and family involved with this great event: Volunteers, please contact Dorie Mayfield at [email protected]


Event Date: May 31 - June 3, 2018
Open Date: Apr 17  Close Date: May 15


Directions:

Address Hoosier Horse Park, Camp Atterbury, Edinburgh, IN 46124

From the North I-65 South to Exit 80 - West. Take SR 252 to US 31. Go straight across US 31 for 3 mi. to Schoolhouse Rd. Turn right & follow signs to Hoosier Horse Park.

From the South I-65 North to Exit 76-North. Take US 31 North to third traffic light (SR252). Turn left and continue 3 mi. to Schoolhouse Rd. Turn right & follow signs to Hoosier Horse Park.


Divisions:

USEF/USEA Recognized Division: IP,P
USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized Divisions: T3D,T,N,BN
USEA Recognized Test: Starter (NEW for 2018!), N3D


Tentative Schedule:

T3D/N3D Event: Arrival noon Wednesday, May 30th through Thursday, Mar 31st.

Thursday: T3D/N3D In-Barn Exams; Mandatory Meeting @ 12pm; First Horse Inspection @ 5pm; Cross Country Course opens @ 3pm

Friday: T3D Dressage @ 9am; N3D Dressage to follow T3D; IP/P HT Dressage @ 1pm; Some Training HT divisions may do dressage after IP/P

Saturday: T/N/BN/Starter Dressage @ 7am; IP/P/N Cross Country @ 8am; T3D/N3D Start of Phase A To Be Determined; T/BN/Starter Show Jumping @ 11am

Sunday: T3D/N3D Final Horse Inspection TBD; IP/P/T3D/N3D/N Show Jumping @ 9am; T/BN/Starter Cross Country @ 9am

This schedule is tentative. Please check the website and/or Facebook page for updates (IEA Horse Trial).

Starting Times: On-line by Thursday, May 24th @ Start Box (http:www.startboxscoring.com/)


Event Officials:

TD: Karen Winn, KY

Judges: President Sue Smithson, NC Member Lisa Anderson, GA Dressage Sophie Bayer, KY; Debbie Boeh, OH; Julie Congleton, KY Stadium Sue Smithson, NV

Course Designers: XC Jonathan Wells, TN SJ Cathy Wieschhoff, KY


Entry Information:

Send Entries To: Erin Murphy, Secretary, IEA Horse Trials, PO Box 841, Louisville, KY 40059, [email protected].

Email is the preferred method of communication.

Organizer: Mary Fike, KY, [email protected]

Secretary: Erin Murphy, KY, [email protected]

Competition Management: Indiana Eventing Association


Fees:

Draw checks to IEA

IP/P $195 T/N/BN $185 T3D/N3D $280 (Entry fee does NOT include stabling) Starter $175

Stabling $46/night (please specify "stable with" under a SINGLE name when making reservations)

Grounds Fee $25/horse/day (non-stabled competing horses)

Non-Compete Horse Fee $25/horse/day plus stabling or grounds fees

Early Arrival $46/day

Golf Cart 2-seater - 2 day minimum rental @ $110. MUST be arranged in advance; send with entry or contact Secretary. Limited quantity, MUST order prior to competition close date. Extra days available at $55/day.

Entry Fees After Close All payments received after Close must be paid via Money Order, Cashier's Check, or Credit Card. NSF fee of $50 will be charged for each NSF check. Late Entry Charge - $50.

Camping/Shavings To arrange for bedding, camper hook-ups, etc. MUST contact the Hoosier Horse Park at 812-526-6809.

Refunds Full refund less $25 non-refundable office fee for withdrawals received in writing (via email or snail mail) prior to the Close date. No refunds for withdrawal requests received after the Close date. No refunds if the competition is cancelled for any reason. The USEA Starter and D&M fees ($21) are not subject to office fees and shall be returned within 30 days of the competition to any rider who does not start the dressage test.


Entries:

All correspondence from the Secretary will be via Email. Include printed, legible current email address on entry. Entries will not be considered “complete” until payment is receivedMUST send complete entry with original signatures, payment, and Negative Coggins (dated w/in 12 months of event date) to the Secretary. 

Online Entries: Accepted through XENTRY. Signature page, Coggins, and fees not paid online must be mailed to the Secretary within 3 days of the online submission or your entry will be assigned an adjusted “postmark” based on when payment is received. Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries not accepted. Multiple entries ONLY accepted if scheduling works, will work with these riders on an individual basis. Late entries accepted, $50 late fee must be added

Intermediate (IP) and Preliminary: Copy of current USEF membership cards for rider, owner, and trainer listed on the entry must be included with entry. Non-members will be assessed a $30 non-member fee. 

Starter riders do not need to be members of USEA. Enter using prize list on the IEA website (https://indyeventers.org/event-2410834)

Beginner Novice riders must now be members of USEA.

Changes/Scratches: must be made in writing via snail mail or email only. NO phone or voice mail withdrawals accepted. $50 Fee for all changes after closing date and NO changes accepted after May 23. Scratches will only be filled from the waiting list. 

Refunds: Full refund less $25 non-refundable office fee for withdrawals received in writing (via email or snail mail) prior to the closing date. No refunds for withdrawal requests received after the closing date. No refunds if competition is cancelled for any reasonThe USEA Starter and D&M fees ($21), are not subjected to office fees, and shall be returned within 30 days of the competition to any rider who does not start the dressage test.

T3D Qualifications: Refer to USEF Rules for Eventing, Appendix 3. 

N3D Qualifications: Refer to USEA web site. 

Stabling With: Please use a SINGLE farm or competitor name for all entrants wishing to stable together. All Three Day horses will be stabled together as possible.

Other: This event uses the vinyl XC bibs and paper pinny inserts. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant.

ENTRY STATUS: Entry status will be posted on Start Box http://www.startboxscoring.com/ . Post/email verfication of entry will NOT be sent.


Competitor Information:

Awards
:

Trophy & 8 ribbons per division. T3D/N3D Awards given for: 1. Best Turned Out Horse, 2. Best Conditioned Horse, 3. Best Cross-Country Ride. Cash prizes for 1st - 3rd place for each division.


Stabling/Veterinarian:

$46/night.  380 perm. stalls on grounds. Temporary Stabling may be used if necessary. Early arrivals MUST contact sec'y IN ADVANCE, $46/day. Stall doors only provided. Bedding available for purchase from Hoosier Horse Park office, Tel. # 812-526-6809.  Limited quantity, order by close date. Veterinarian/Farrier: #'s will be posted at sec'y booth.  


Accommodations:
Hilton Garden Inn-6 mi - 1-800-HILTONS; Red Roof Inn- (812) 526-9747; Hampton Inn-6 mi.- (812) 526-5100; Comfort Inn -(812) 526-9899; Best Western-6 mi -(812) 526-9883; Quality Inn-11mi.- (317)346-6444, Comfort Inn-11mi.- (317) 736-0480, Camping: Available at Hoosier Horse Park first come/first served basis through the Secretary's booth at check-in. If you will be arriving late, please contact the Event Secretary ahead of arrival.


Dressage:
Test & arena sizes: IP-2014 USEF Intermediate Test A-Std. P-2014 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. T-2014 USEF Training Test B-Sm. T3D- 2014 USEF Training Three Day Test-Std. N3D-2012 USEA Novice 3-Day Event Test-Std. N-2014 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2014 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Sand.
Dressage Tests may be found at: http://www.useventing.com/competitions/dressage 


Cross-Country:
IP/P:2800 m @ 520 mpm. T:2400 m @ 425 mpm. N:2000 m @ 375 mpm. BN:2000 m @ 350 mpm. Starter: 1400m @250 mpm - very inviting course; water pass through with option; no open ditches. Not to exceed 2'5"; most smaller. Show Jumping at 250 mpm; jumps not to exceed 2'5". Timed.
T3D: Phase A: 3520 meters @ 220 MPM, Phase B: 1560 meters @ 520 MPM, Phase C: 4000 meters @ 220 MPM, Phase D: 2900 meters @ 470 MPM. 
N3D: Phase A: 3520 m @ 220 mpm, Phase B: 1350 m @ 450 mpm, 2 jumps (one on each side) for a total of 4 efforts, Phase C: 4000 m @ 160 mpm, Phase D: 2200 m @ 400 mpm.
Terrain: Mostly flat, some woods, & some prairie. All courses: Average, for horses with some experience at this level. There have been continuing improvements to footing and galloping paths. Two water complexes. Cross-country course closed May 16th.


Other Information:
Cross-country schooling may be available Sunday after the completion of the HT, at managements discretion; $35 thru Hoosier Horse Park Office (pay fees, sign release form, and obtain Pinny).
Mathematical errors on your entry resulting in refunds of $25.00 or less will be donated to the XC jump fund.
Saturday night dinner/party FREE for competitors and volunteers; $15 for others. 
Cross-country course closed May 16th.
Food on grounds.
Dogs must be leashed, either tied or with a person. $100 fine for loose dogs.  
No wheeled or motorized vehicles past cross country warm-up. All golf cart drivers must have a valid drivers license.