ARENA EVENTING

Arena Eventing
2017-2018 series 

Our Arena Eventing competitions are great fun. Starting at 50cm through to 1m. These competitions involve a course of show jumps followed immediately by a course of simulated and solid cross country jumps. Our competitions are professionally run yet still friendly enough to be encouraging. We endeavour to be well organised and to get results out promptly.

NB In accordance with the new hat rules for 2016, hats with fixed peaks will not be permitted. See Hat Rules

Lauren Baker and Rivervalley Rhion
 9/10 Sept 2017

28/ 29 October 2017

18/19 November 2017

Christmas Fancy Dress Welcome  

NB.from January 2018 riders will have to use their own number bibs.
20 January
50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm 

21 January 
60cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm, 1m

10 February
50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm 

11 February
60cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm, 1m

24 March (Date change)
50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm 

25 March (Date change)
60cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm, 1m

14 April
50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm 

15 April
60cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm

Please Read


*Any Horse or Pony can only compete once in any one class, they may run HC a second time. This also applies to the same height classes being run on the Saturday and Sunday, so you may not enter i.e. the 80cm on Saturday and Sunday and be competitive in both. You may enter i.e. the 80cm on Saturday and Sunday but will have to run HC on the Sunday 

*A Horse or Pony can compete in a max of 2 classes in anyone day. 

* Body protectors are complusory, with or without an air jacket

* Hats must be of current standard and not have a fixed peak

* Dress code is cross country colours or show/hacking jacket. 

* Once times have been issued no entry will be refunded or carried over

* The course can be walked from 2pm on Friday, before/after the event and inbetween classes on Saturday/Sunday
 
 * Please use the one way system when arriving and leaving Lincomb- www.crosscountrycourse.co.uk/contact

Competition Details

This will involve a Show Jump course followed immediately by the timed Cross- Country section. 
The show jumping starts with 
a bell, after the last show jump there will not be 
a second bell but riders may circle before or take 
a direct line to the first cross country fence. 

The winner will be the horse with the lowest penalty score, closest to the Optimum time at the end of the competition 
Knockdown 4 Penalties 
1st disobedience 4 penalties 
2nd disobedience 8 Penalties 
3rd disobedience Elimination 
Fall of rider 8 Penalties 
2nd fall of rider Elimination 
Fall of horse Compulsory retirement 
Retaking an obstacle already jumped Elimination 

Optimum time-         Classes 1, 2, 3 run at 350mpm
  Classes 4, 5, 6 run at 375mpm

Pre entries only 

Entries close on the Wednesday before the event or when the class is full 

Start times will be available on Thursday before call 01299 251351 between 7pm and 9pm or visit www.crosscountrycourse.co.uk

2016-2017 Points Series
Congratulations to 
Steve Crow and Joe
Phoebe Smith (Junior) and Bart
for winning the 2016-2017 Points Championship 

We run a Points Championship for the Dressage Series and the Arena Eventing Series. Points are accumulated according to placing and the horse and rider combination with the most points at the end of the series receive a Championship rosette and sash.
(The Point system has changed for the 2017-2018 series)
1st Place=6 Points
2nd Place = 5 Points
3rd Place= 4 Points
4th Place= 3 Points
5th Place- 2 Point
6th Place=1 Point

The super talented Steve Wall has very kindly offered to the winners of the Points Championship an image of their choice printed up to 12" x 8". 

Check out Steve's work at www.stevewallequestrianphotography.co.uk.



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