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PAADA Dressage Daze Winter Series PAADA Dressage Daze I – February 23rd, 2013 PAADA Dressage Daze II – March 23rd-24th, 2013 PAADA Dressage Daze III – May 4th-5th, 2013 (Silver Provincial Championships)

PRIZE LIST Entries must be received by: PAADA Dressage Daze I – February 15th PAADA Dressage Daze II – March 13th PAADA Dressage Daze III Championships – April 19th

If you are entering both Silver and Wild Rose, please send your entries in at the same time to avoid scheduling conflicts. We are also looking for volunteers to scribe, run tests, help with ring set up and tear down and to do gates for championships.

Silver Show of Equine Canada and Wild Rose show of Alberta Equestrian Federation To be held at:

Ponoka Ag Center 38th Avenue & HWY 2A, Ponoka, AB

SILVER RULES AND GENERAL INFORMATION The PAADA Dressage Daze I, II and III Competitions are sanctioned as : Silver competition member of Equine Canada, 2685 Queensview Drive, Suite 100, Ottawa, Ontario, K2B 8K2 and is governed by the rules of EC. Every class offered herein is covered by the rules and specifications of the current rules of EC and will be held and judged accordance with the EC Rule Book. An Equine Canada Silver (or higher) Membership and an AEF membership are required. Fees should be paid to Equine Canada – www.equinecanada.com and AEF – www.albertaequestrian.com respectively. Horses must also have an Equine Canada passport, or temporary horse license.

Statement of Principle • • • • • •

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EC, the National Equestrian Federation of Canada, supports adherence to humane treatment of horses in all competitions under its jurisdiction. EC is committed to: Upholding the welfare of horses, regardless of value, as a primary consideration in all activities; Requiring that horses be treated with kindness, respect, and the compassion that they deserve, and that they never be subjected to mistreatment; Ensuring that owners, trainers, exhibitors and their agents use responsible care in the handling, treatment and transportation of their horses as well as horses placed in their care for any purpose; Providing for the continuous well-being of horses by encouraging routine inspection and consultation with health care professionals and competition officials to achieve the highest possible standards of nutrition, health, comfort, sanitation and safety as a matter of standard operating procedure; Continuing to support scientific studies on equine health and welfare; Increasing education in training and horsemanship practices; Requiring owners, trainers, and exhibitors to know and follow their sanctioning organization’s rules and to work within industry regulations in all equestrian competitions; Reviewing, revising and developing competition rules and regulations that protect the welfare of horses.

The standard by which conduct or treatment will be measured is that which a reasonable person, informed and experienced in generally accepted equine training and exhibition procedures, would determine to be cruel, abusive or inhumane.

Officials:

PAADA Dressage Daze I: Judge – Chris Collins, EC “B” Judge – Rebecca Cade, EC “r” Steward – Linda Miller, EC “S” PAADA Dressage Daze II: Judge – Karen Ashbee, EC “M” Judge – Monique Hubbs-Michiel, EC “B” Steward – Linda Miller, EC “S” PAADA Dressage Daze III: Judge – Doreen Horsey, EC “S” Judge – Chris Collins, EC “B” Steward – Linda Miller, EC “S”

Show Manager:

Allegra Hohm Email: [email protected] Cell: 780-965-4646

Show Website:

www.albertadressage.com

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SILVER ENTRY REGULATIONS 1. Entries must be received by February 15th, March 13 or April 19th with full payment. No Phone Entries. Entries may be mailed (Address following entry form) or emailed to [email protected] Any ride time or class changes after the closing date will be subject to a $20 fee per change. 2. An entry is not considered valid until it has been paid in full. Post-dated cheques will not be accepted. Cheques should be made out to PAADA. Paypal and email money transfers are also accepted, our PayPal is “Dressage Daze” and email money transfers can be sent to [email protected] 3. No late entries. Entries received without payment will be considered late. 4. All entries must have the signature of the owner or authorized agent and a signature for the person responsible for the horse. Riders will not be allowed to ride without a person responsible signature. 5. Junior riders must have permission to participate in the show as indicated by the signature of a parent or guardian. 6. The organizing committee reserves the right to limit entries. Entries will be entered on a first come first serve basis. To assure yourself of a place in the shows, please get your entries in early. Classes can be changed up to the closing date with no penalties. 7. Hors Concours entries will be accepted with full fees into the Silver show. Entrants are subject to EC rules, and are not eligible for awards. 8. Horses require passports, or a temporary horse license to compete at this show. Temporary horse licenses will be available at the show office. 9. Cancellations prior to the closing date will have all fees less the Administration Fee refunded. 10. Cancellations after the closing date and prior to Wednesday 4pm before the show with a vet certificate or doctors note will have the stabling fees refunded, or without a vet certificate or doctors note will have all fees forfeited. 11. “Any horse entered in any class at a competition may, while on the competition grounds, be selected for equine medication control testing.” (A602.5) 12. It is expected that the horse’s mane will be braided. White or black braiding tape is permitted. White, black or brown thread/wool/elastic bands are permitted. Braiding wire is permitted Any decoration of the horse with extravagant items, such as ribbons or flowers,etc. in the mane and tail, etc. is strictly forbidden. (E4.1.10) 13. ARTICLE E 4.0 SAFETY HEADGEAR All riders, regardless of age or level or competition, must wear ASTM/SEI or BSI/BS EN approved protective headgear at all times when mounted at any EC-sanctioned Dressage competition at the event location. NOTE: At the tack check which follows the test, the steward may ask the rider to dismount so that the helmet may be inspected for the ASTM/SEI or BSI label. 14. Exhibitors must be ready to compete when scheduled. 15. A horse/rider combination may compete in only two consecutive levels and a maximum of four classes per day.. 16. The horse may compete at any level up to a maximum of four tests per day including the freestyle e.g. one horse could compete on a total of four technical tests, with two different riders each riding two tests.

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17. There will be no test readers provided by the show. 18. Any horse receiving less than 50% of the total points obtainable in a test shall not be eligible for awards, ribbons, or prizes. (E9.10.7) 19. When there is only one horse in a class, ribbons and prizes shall be awarded in accordance with the following chart of percentages: 1st - 60% or higher 2nd - 57% to 59.9% 3rd - 54% to 56.9% 4th - 51% to 53.9% No ribbons or prizes shall be awarded below 4 position. (E9.9.10) 20. Equine Canada has all tests available for download on the Equine Canada Website. 21. ARTICLE E 4.1 DRESS – FOR EC GOLD, SILVER AND BRONZE LEVEL COMPETITIONS 21A. ARTICLE E 4.1.1 FEI TESTS FROM YOUNG RIDER TO GRAND PRIX IN ALL EC SANCTIONED COMPETITIONS INCLUDING CHAMPIONSHIPS • A dark coloured or grey jacket (short or tailcoat). Contrasting pin stripes and piping are allowed. • ASTM/SEI or BSI/BS EN approved protective headgear.. • White or off-white breeches • Tie or hunting stock • Gloves • Dark coloured riding boots (plain, laced or with zippers) • Spurs are optional. See E 4.1.7. 21B. ARTICLE E 4.1.2 FEI CHILDREN, FEI PONY AND FEI JUNIOR TESTS IN ALL EC SANCTIONED COMPETITIONS • A dark coloured or grey jacket or club uniform coat. Contrasting pin stripes and piping are allowed. • ASTM/SEI or BSI/BS EN approved protective headgear • White or light coloured breeches or jodhpurs with jodhpur boots • White shirt with tie, hunting stock, or choker • Gloves • Dark coloured riding boots (plain, laced or with zippers) • Note: Spurs are optional, but if used, FEI Child and FEI Pony riders must use blunt metal spurs no longer than 1.5 cm. • Note: FEI Child and FEI Pony riders may not use spurs with rowels. 21C. ARTICLE E 4.1.3 GOLD AND SILVER COMPETITIONS INCLUDING CHAMPIONSHIPS: WALK/TROT THROUGH FOURTH LEVEL AND EQUITATION CLASSES • A dark coloured or grey jacket (tailcoats not permitted). • Contrasting pin stripes and piping are allowed. • ASTM/SEI or BSI/BS EN approved protective head gear • White or light coloured breeches • Juniors are permitted to wear jodhpurs and jodhpur boots • Tie, hunting stock or choker • Gloves • Dark coloured riding boots (plain, laced or with zippers) • Spurs are optional. See 4.1.8. 22. All other rules are available on the EC website at http://equinecanada.ca and facility rules will be posted at the show. Competitors, grooms, etc. not following EC or facility rules, or being discourteous to any staff, officials or show volunteers may be eliminated and/or asked to leave the grounds.

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Presentations: There will be no mounted presentations for class ribbons in Dressage Daze I & II. Ribbons (to 4th place) by category of rider will be handed out with tests. Dressage Daze III (Silver Provincial Championships) will have presentations for the champion and reserve of each level on Sunday, schedule to be posted. All other Championships may either be handed out at the show office or handed out in presentations, TBA.

Show Championships: There will be championships awarded at the end of each PAADA Dressage Daze show. To be eligible for championships a horse/rider combination must have competed in at least one test per day within the same championship category. A cumulative average from all technical tests ridden in each show will be totalled and used to determine each champion and reserve. Championships are as follows: Junior – EC Walk/Trot through Fourth Level Open – EC Walk/Trot through Fourth Level FEI – FEI Children, Pony, Junior, Young Rider and Advanced Adult Amateur – EC Walk/Trot and Training Level Adult Amateur – EC First Level through Fourth Level Freestyle – All freestyles, any category

Silver Provincial Championships: To be eligible to compete in Silver Provincial Championships (as part of Dressage Daze III) riders must have qualified at their level at a previous silver show in 2013 with a score of 55% or higher. To be eligible to compete in the Dressage Seat Equitation classes at Championships, riders must have competed at two previous silver shows in DSE in 2013. EC levels with less than 6 entries may be combined into one Open division. Provincial Championships are as follows: Walk/Trot Open/Junior/Adult Amateur Training Level Open/Junior/Adult Amateur First Level Open/Junior/Adult Amateur Second Level Open/Junior/Adult Amateur Third Level Open/Junior/Adult Amateur Fourth Level Open/Junior/Adult Amateur

FEI Children FEI Pony FEI Junior FEI Young Rider FEI Advanced

Freestyle Championships will be awarded by averaging the top technical test with the freestyle score and will be awarded as follows: First Level Second Level Third Level Fourth Level

FEI Pony FEI Junior FEI Young Rider FEI Advanced

At Dressage Daze III, time and space permitting, there will also be non-championship classes offered for riders without a qualifying score, please see the following class lists for information.

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Stabling: Stabling is optional. The rate is $80 for two nights or $40 for one night (either Fri-Sat or Sat-Sun). Tack stalls are available at the same rate. The stabling fee includes first bedding (3 bags of shaving). Bedding is shavings; additional bags are available for order on your entry form at $9.00 per bag. The stabling is not available until 11:00AM Friday. Please do not plan your arrival before this time unless you are involved in ring set up. There is ample room for trailer parking and tying to trailers. Haul in fee is $20 per horse per day and does not include a stall. Power hookups are available for $22 a night.

Schooling Times: Warm up in the show rings will be allowed on Friday from 1:00 PM until 8:00 PM for all horses. Horses that are not stabled on the grounds may also haul in on Friday and school in the rings. All other schooling times in the rings will be posted at the show. Unfortunately space does not allow for a lunging area. Lunging will be permitted in the warm up rings one half hour before the start of the warm up each day and is not permitted at any other time. Please consider coming on Friday to help with show ring set up, and/or staying late on Sunday for teardown.

Riding times: Show correspondence will be handled through email. Ride times will be emailed and posted on the ADA website at www.albertadressage.com as soon as they are available. Ride times will also be posted at the show office. Riders are responsible for checking the day sheets as ride times may change. Please provide a correct email on your entry form.

Volunteer Times: Please indicate on your entry form if you or anyone you know is interested in volunteering. If you are not entering the show, but still wish to volunteer, please contact Allegra at [email protected] We are looking for scribes, ring set up and tear down, test runners, office people/scorers and gate people for championships. A volunteer schedule will be emailed out following ride times that riders who are volunteering are allowed sufficient time between riding and volunteering. This volunteer schedule will also be posted at the office and around the stables. While volunteering is not mandatory, please consider that these shows are a lot of work to run and the more volunteers there are, the easier it is for everyone. Running and gates shifts will be approximately 1 hour and no more than 90 minutes. Ring set up and tear down will go very quickly with more hands so please consider hauling in early on Friday, and hauling out a bit later at the end of show day.

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Classes: All tests are $40, freestyles are $45 and DSE classes are $30.

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 100 101 102

Dressage Daze I (Saturday) Divisions Class Jr/O/AA Walk/Trot A Jr/O/AA Walk/Trot TOC Jr/O/AA Training Test1 Jr/O/AA Training TOC Jr/O/AA First Test 1 Jr/O/AA First TOC Jr/O/AA Second Test 1 Jr/O/AA Second TOC Jr/O/AA Third Test 1 Jr/O/AA Third TOC Jr/O/AA Fourth Test 1 Jr/O/AA Fourth TOC Jr/O/AA FEI Advanced TOC Jr/O/AA FEI Advanced TOC Junior FEI Youth TOC Junior FEI Youth TOC Open Freestyle TOC Junior Child DSE (U13) Junior Junior DSE (U18) AA AA DSE

Dressage Daze II and III (Saturday) Divisions # Class Jr/O/AA 1 Walk/Trot A Jr/O/AA 2 Walk/Trot C Jr/O/AA 3 Training Test 1 Jr/O/AA 4 Training Test 2 Jr/O/AA 5 First Test 1 Jr/O/AA 6 First Test 2 Jr/O/AA 7 Second Test 1 Jr/O/AA 8 Second Test 2 Jr/O/AA 9 Third Test 1 Jr/O/AA 10 Third Test 2 Jr/O/AA 11 Fourth Test 1 Jr/O/AA 12 Fourth Test 2 Jr/O/AA 13 FEI Advanced TOC Jr/O/AA 14 FEI Advanced TOC Junior 15 FEI Youth TOC Junior 16 FEI Youth TOC Open 17 Freestyle TOC

Dressage Daze II and III (Sunday) # Class Divisions Jr/O/AA 19 Walk/Trot B Jr/O/AA 20 Walk/Trot D Jr/O/AA 21 Training Test 1 Jr/O/AA 22 Training Test 3 Jr/O/AA 23 First Test 1 Jr/O/AA 24 First Test 3 Jr/O/AA 25 Second Test 1 Jr/O/AA 26 Second Test 3 Jr/O/AA 27 Third Test 1 Jr/O/AA 28 Third Test 3 Jr/O/AA 29 Fourth Test 1 Jr/O/AA 30 Fourth Test 3 Jr/O/AA 31 FEI Advanced TOC Jr/O/AA 32 FEI Advanced TOC Junior 33 FEI Youth TOC Junior 34 FEI Youth TOC Junior 100 Child DSE (U13) Junior 101 Junior DSE (U18) AA 102 AA DSE

Please indicate on your form which test you would like to ride in your TOC and which division you are entering in. To ride as an Adult Amateur (AA) you must have an Amateur status with Equine Canada. Juniors are 18 or younger. For clarifications on age restrictions for FEI Youth classes, please see the EC rules, or contact the show secretary. Cross entering with Open classes is allowed, but you will only ride the test once, and be placed in both classes. DSE stands for Dressage Seat Equitation. FEI Advanced is up to FEI Intermediare II.

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Championships (Dressage Daze III): For championships, Test 2 will be ridden on Saturday and Test 3 on Sunday, FEI Advanced may ride PSG on Saturday and I1 on Sunday or I1 on Saturday and I2 on Sunday (please indicate on your entry), FEI Youth will ride the Team test on Saturday and Individual on Sunday and Walk/Trot will ride C on Saturday and D on Sunday. Freestyles will be ridden on Saturday, DSE will be ridden on Sunday.

# C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 C37 C100 C101 C102

Dressage Daze III Championships Divisions Level Jr/O/AA Walk/Trot Jr/O/AA Training Level Jr/O/AA First Level Jr/O/AA Second Level Jr/O/AA Third Level Jr/O/AA Fourth Level Open FEI PSG and I1 Open FEI I1 and I2 Junior FEI Children Junior FEI Pony Junior FEI Junior Junior FEI Young Rider Open First Level Freestyle Open Second Level Freestyle Open Third Level Freestyle Open Fourth Level Freestyle FEI Intermediate I Freestyle Open Junior FEI Pony Freestyle Junior FEI Junior Freestyle Junior FEI Young Rider Freestyle Junior Child DSE (13 & under) Junior Junior DSE (18 & under) AA Adult Amateur DSE

Entry Fee

$80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $30 $30 $30

Please indicate on your form which division you are entering in. To ride as an Adult Amateur you must have an Amateur status with Equine Canada. Juniors are 18 or younger. For clarifications on age restrictions for FEI Youth classes, please see the EC rules, or contact the show secretary. Cross entering with Open is allowed, but you will only ride the test/championship once, and be placed in both classes/championships. Please ensure you are including the “C” in front of your class number for championships because if time and space allows, individual non-championship classes may be run at this show without a qualifying score. Please use class numbers from the previous page for non-championship classes. If you enter and non-championship classes are not being offered you will be given a full refund.

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Office Use Only Entry #:

Entry Form 2013 SILVER Dressage Daze I, II & III (Complete one form for each horse/rider combination and show)

Horse Name

Breed

Year of Birth

Colour

Gender

Height

Sire

Dam

Breeder

Country of Birth

For Sale?

Passport Number

Name

EC Number

AEF Number

Street Address

City, Province

Postal Code

Rider

Phone Number

Date of Birth? (If you are a Junior) Email Address

Owner Name

EC Number

AEF Number

Street Address

City, Province

Postal Code

Phone Number

Email Address

Are you entering Dressage Daze I, II or III? Who are you stabling with? Qualifying score for provincials? PAADA membership number? Can you volunteer? (Ring setup/takedown, running tests, gates for championships, etc.)

The Person Responsible is the individual responsible and accountable for the care, training, custody and performance of the horse. The Person Responsible may be the trainer or may be an owner, rider, driver, agent or coach. The Person Responsible must be an adult and must hold an EC individual or group license (see A203.5) except in the case of junior entries, parents or guardians are entitled to sign their child’s entry form without holding an EC Sport License, provided they agree to abide by the rules and penalties contained in the Rulebook. (A214.2)

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Entry Form 2013 SILVER Dressage Daze I, II & III (Page 2) Class Number

Class Name, Test and Division

Class Fee

Subtotal Class Fees Compulsory Fees Administration and Medic Fee EC Fees (Drug Testing ($7.00) & DC Levy ($7.00))

$39.50 $14.00 Subtotal Compulsory Fees

$53.50

Optional Fees Stabling ($40 per night x # of nights) Tack Stall ($40 per night x # of nights) Haul In (no stall) ($20 per day x # of days Fri Sat Sun) Shavings ($9 per bag x # of bags) Subtotal Optional Fees

Total All Fees Owing The following must be signed by ALL COMPETITORS. Entry will be considered invalid without all necessary signatures and dates. “I hereby certify that every horse, rider and/or driver is eligible as entered and agree for myself and my representatives to be bound by the Constitution and Rules of Equine Canada at this competition. It is hereby recognized that all equestrian sports involve inherent risk and that no helmet or protective equipment can protect against all foreseeable injury. I hereby accept this risk and hold harmless EC, the competition, their officials, organizers, agents, employees and their representatives.” In the event that __________________________________ participates in an Equine Canada sanctioned competition where approved headgear is required for juniors, he/she will wear a properly fitted, ASTM or BSI approved helmet. It is understood that juniors not meeting this requirement will not be allowed to compete at these competitions.

I have read the rules and entry information in this Prize List. Make sure there are Rider, Owner and Person Responsible Signatures. _______________________________________________________ Signature of Person Responsible

_________________________________ Date

_______________________________________________________ Signature of Owner

_________________________________ Date

_______________________________________________________ Signature of Rider

__________________________________ Date

________________________________________________________ Signature of Parent/Guardian (If rider is under 18 years of age)

__________________________________ Date

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Mail Entries to: Allegra Hohm 10950 – 65 Ave Edmonton AB T6H 4R6

Email Entries to: [email protected]

Entry Checklist •

Full name, address, phone, email for rider and/or owner.



2013 Equine Canada Silver membership number (Dressage Canada affiliation not required)



2013 Equine Canada horse passport or temporary horse licence number



2013 AEF membership number



Indicated stabling preferences



Indicated volunteer preferences and availabilities



Enclosed cheque(s) made out to PAADA or Credit Card Payment made through PayPal to DressageDaze or Bank transfer to [email protected]



Read and signed the release (rider, owner, parent/guardian and person responsible)

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WILDROSE RULES AND GENERAL INFORMATION EC tests and WSDAC tests for western dressage are being offered at this show. Other tests may be offered at the discretion of the show. Please request usage of other tests at least one month prior to the show date. An AEF membership is required. Fees should be paid to AEF – www.albertaequestrian.com.

Officials:

PAADA Dressage Daze I: Judge – Chris Collins, EC “B” Judge – Rebecca Cade, EC “r” Steward – Linda Miller, EC “S” PAADA Dressage Daze II: Judge – Karen Ashbee, EC “M” Judge – Monique Hubbs-Michiel, EC “B” Steward – Linda Miller, EC “S” PAADA Dressage Daze III: Judge – Doreen Horsey, EC “S” Judge – Chris Collins, EC “B” Steward – Linda Miller, EC “S”

Show Manager:

Allegra Hohm Email: [email protected] Cell: 780-965-4646

Show Website:

www.albertadressage.com

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WILDROSE ENTRY REGULATIONS 1. Entries must be received by February 15th, March 13 or April 19th with full payment. No Phone Entries. Entries may be mailed (Address following entry form) or emailed to [email protected] Any ride time or test changes after the closing date will be subject to a $20 fee, per change. 2. An entry is not considered valid until it has been paid in full. Post-dated cheques will not be accepted. Cheques should be made out to PAADA. Paypal and email money transfers are also accepted, our PayPal is “Dressage Daze” and email money transfers can be sent to [email protected] 3. No late entries. Entries received without payment will be considered late. 4. Junior riders must have permission to participate in the show as indicated by the signature of a parent or guardian. 5. The organizing committee reserves the right to limit entries. Entries will be entered on a first come first serve basis. To assure yourself of a place in the shows, please get your entries in early. Classes may be changed up to the closing date without penalty. 6. Hors Concours entries will be accepted with full fees into the Wildrose show. Entrants are subject to AEF rules, and are not eligible for awards. 7. Horses do not require passports to compete at this show and riders do not require an EC membership. AEF membership is required ($40 for the year) and temporary memberships will be available at the show for $15 per show. 8. Cancellations prior to the closing date will have all fees less the Administration Fee refunded. 9. Cancellations after the closing date and prior to Wednesday 4pm before the show with a vet certificate or doctors note will have the stabling fees refunded, or without a vet certificate or doctors note will have all fees forfeited. 10. It is expected that the horse’s mane will be braided or banded for English, and it is encouraged for Western. 11. SAFETY HEADGEAR All riders, regardless of age or level or competition, must wear ASTM/SEI or BSI/BS EN approved protective headgear at all times when mounted. 12. Exhibitors must be ready to compete when scheduled. 13. A horse/rider combination may compete in only two consecutive levels and a maximum of four tests per day. This does not include rail classes. 14. The horse may compete at any level up to a maximum of four tests per day e.g. one horse could compete on a total of four technical tests, with two different riders each riding two tests. This does not include rail classes. 15. There will be no test readers provided by the show. 16. Any horse receiving less than 50% of the total points obtainable in a test shall not be eligible for awards, ribbons, or prizes. (E9.10.7) 17. When there is only one horse in a class, ribbons and prizes shall be awarded in accordance with the following chart of percentages: 1st - 60% or higher 2nd - 57% to 59.9% 3rd - 54% to 56.9% 4th - 51% to 53.9%

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No ribbons or prizes shall be awarded below 4 position. (E9.10.10) 18. If there are less than 3 entries in a test (AA/Junior/Open divisions combined) the test will be combined into one class for placing. Rail classes may be combined (by division) or split. Splitting or combining classes is at the discretion of show management and the judge. 19. Rules for this competition are available on the AEF website at www.albertaequestrian.com and facility rules will be posted. Competitors, grooms, etc. not following AEF, show or facility rules, or being discourteous to any staff, officials or show volunteers may be eliminated and/or asked to leave the grounds. 20. Tests for this show are available for download at www.equinecanada.ca/dressage 21. Western Dressage tests and rules are available for download at http://westernstyledressage.ca/. 22. Please be aware that there will be a steward present at this show who will be checking the tack of all horses competing. 23. Wildrose tests will be run in the small 20x40m ring.

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Presentations: There will be no mounted presentations. Ribbons (to 3th place) by category of rider will be handed out with tests. Rail class ribbons (to 3rd place) will be presented at the line up at the end of each class.

High Point: There will be a high point champion and reserve awards given to the horse/rider combination with the single highest score in each of the following categories at each show. No factoring will be done. Riders in both English and western dressage test classes will be eligible. Adult Amatuer High Point Junior High Point Open High Point

Stabling: Stabling is optional. The rate is $80 for two nights or $40 for one night (either Fri-Sat or Sat-Sun). Tack stalls are available at the same rate. The stabling fee includes first bedding (3 bags of shaving). Bedding is shavings; additional bags are available for order on your entry form at $9.00 per bag. The stabling is not available until 11:00AM Friday. Please do not plan your arrival before this time unless you are involved in ring set up. There is ample room for trailer parking and tying to trailers. Haul in fee is $20 per horse per day and does not include a stall. Power hookups are available for $22 a night.

Schooling Times: Warm up in the show rings will be allowed on Friday from 1:00 PM until 8:00 PM for all horses. Horses that are not stabled on the grounds may also haul in on Friday and school in the rings. Warm up rings will open one hour prior to tests beginning on each show day and close at the end of the show day. Unfortunately space does not allow for a lunging area. Lunging will be permitted in the warm up rings one half hour before the start of the warm up each day and is not permitted at any other time. Please consider coming on Friday to help with show ring set up, and/or staying late on Sunday for teardown.

Riding times: Show correspondence will be handled through email. Ride times will be emailed and posted on our website at www.albertadressage.com as soon as they are available. Ride times will also be posted at the show office. Riders are responsible for checking the day sheets as ride times may change. Please provide a correct email on your entry form.

Volunteer Times: Please indicate on your entry form if you or anyone you know is interested in volunteering. If you are not entering the show, but still wish to volunteer, please contact Allegra at [email protected] We are looking for scribes, ring set up and tear down, test runners, office people/scorers and gate people for championships. A volunteer schedule will be emailed out following ride times that riders who are volunteering are allowed sufficient time between riding and volunteering. This volunteer schedule will also be posted at the office and around the stables. While volunteering is not mandatory, please consider that these shows are a lot of work to run and the more volunteers there are, the easier it is for everyone. Running and gates shifts will be approximately 1 hour and no more than 90 minutes. Ring set up and tear down will go very quickly with more hands so please consider hauling in early on Friday, and hauling out a bit later at the end of show day.

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Classes: All rail classes are $25 each. Riders in regular (W/T/C) rail classes may not cross enter in W/T rail classes, or W/T dressage. Novice Pleasure (English or Western, W/T) #100 on Saturday, #200 on Sunday To be shown at walk and trot/jog, not to canter/lope. Judged 50% on performance, 40% on manners and 10% on conformation. Restricted to riders who have not won 3 first places. Novice Equitation (English or Western, W/T) #102 on Saturday, #202 on Sunday To be shown at walk and trot/jog, not to canter/lope. Judged 40% on rider’s position and seat, 40% on rider’s correct and effective use of the aids and 20% on harmony between horse and rider. Restricted to riders who have not won 3 first places. Child Equitation (English or Western, W/T) #104 on Saturday, #204 on Sunday To be shown at walk and trot/jog, not to canter/lope. Judged 40% on rider’s position and seat, 40% on rider’s correct and effective use of the aids and 20% on harmony between horse and rider. Restricted to riders who have not reached their 14th birthday on the date of the show. English Pleasure #106 on Saturday, #206 on Sunday To be shown at walk, trot and canter, not to gallop. Judged 50% on performance, 40% on manners and 10% on conformation. Riders may not cross enter in classes 100-104, 200-204 or E1, 2, 6 or 7 or W1, 2, 7 or 8. Western Pleasure #107 on Saturday, #207 on Sunday To be shown at walk, jog and lope. Judged 50% on performance, 40% on manners and 10% on conformation. . Riders may not cross enter in classes 100-104, 200-204 or E1, 2, 6 or 7 or W1, 2, 7 or 8. English Equitation #108 on Saturday, #208 on Sunday To be shown at walk, trot and canter, not to gallop. Judged 40% on rider’s position and seat, 40% on rider’s correct and effective use of the aids and 20% on harmony between horse and rider. . Riders may not cross enter in classes 100-104, 200-204 or E1, 2, 6 or 7 or W1, 2, 7 or 8. Western Equitation #109 on Saturday, #209 on Sunday To be shown at walk, jog and lope. Judged 40% on rider’s position and seat, 40% on rider’s correct and effective use of the aids and 20% on harmony between horse and rider. . Riders may not cross enter in classes 100-104, 200-204 or E1, 2, 6 or 7 or W1, 2, 7 or 8. Road Hack #110 on Saturday, #210 on Sunday To be shown at walk, trot, strong trot, easy canter and hand gallop. Maximum of 6 horses to gallop at once. Judged 55% on performance, 20% on quality, 15% on conformation and 10% on manners. Riders may not cross enter in classes 100104, 200-204 or E1, 2, 6 or 7 or W1, 2, 7 or 8. Show Hack #111 on Saturday, #211 on Sunday To be shown at walk, trot, extended trot, canter and extended canter. Maximum of 6 horses to extend the canter at once. Judged 55% on performance, 20% on quality, 15% on conformation and 10% on manners. Riders may not cross enter in classes 100-104, 200-204 or E1, 2, 6 or 7 or W1, 2, 7 or 8.

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Dressage Tests: All tests are $30 each. Please indicate on your form which division you are entering in. To ride as an Adult Amateur (AA) you must not be getting remuneration for riding or training horses, or coaching students. Juniors (Jr) are 18 or younger. Cross entering with Open classes is allowed, but you will only ride the test once, and be placed in both classes. Riders in regular (W/T/C) rail classes may not cross enter in W/T rail classes, or W/T or Pre Basic dressage.

# E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6

Saturday Classes Class Walk/Trot A Walk/Trot B Training Test 1 Training Test 2 First Test 1 WD Pre Basic A WD Pre Basic B WD Basic 1 A WD Basic 1 B WD Basic 2 A WD Basic 2 B

Divisions

Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA

# E6 E7 E8 E9 E10 W7 W8 W9 W10 W11 W12

Sunday Classes Class Walk/Trot C Walk/Trot D Training Test 1 Training Test 3 First Test 1 WD Pre Basic A WD Pre Basic B WD Basic 1 A WD Basic 1 B WD Basic 2 A WD Basic 2 B

Divisions

Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA Jr/O/AA

*Please note that Dressage Daze I is a one day show, please only enter Saturday classes for Dressage Daze I.

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Office Use Only Entry #:

Entry Form 2013 WILD ROSE Dressage Daze I, II & III (Complete one form for each horse/rider combination)

Name

Horse Breed

Gender

Name

Rider AEF Number

PAADA Number

Street Address

City, Province

Postal Code

Phone Number

Date of Birth? (If you are a Junior) Email Address

Name

Owner AEF Number

Phone Number

Street Address

City, Province

Postal Code

Are you entering Dressage Daze I, II or III? Can you volunteer? (Ring setup/takedown, running tests, gates for championships, etc.) Who are you stabling with? Class Number

Class Name, Test and Division

Class Fee

Subtotal Class Fees Compulsory Fees Administration Fee

$30.00 Subtotal Compulsory Fees

$30.00

Optional Fees Stabling ($40 per night x # of nights) Tack Stall ($40 per night x # of nights) Haul In (no stall) ($20 per day x # of days Fri Sat Sun) Shavings ($9 per bag x # of bags) Subtotal Optional Fees Total All Fees Owing

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The following must be signed by ALL COMPETITORS. Entry will be considered invalid without all necessary signatures and dates. “I hereby certify that every horse, rider and/or driver is eligible as entered and agree for myself and my representatives to be bound by the Constitution and Rules of Equine Canada at this competition. It is hereby recognized that all equestrian sports involve inherent risk and that no helmet or protective equipment can protect against all foreseeable injury. I hereby accept this risk and hold harmless EC, the competition, their officials, organizers, agents, employees and their representatives.” In the event that __________________________________ participates in an Equine Canada sanctioned competition where approved headgear is required for juniors, he/she will wear a properly fitted, ASTM or BSI approved helmet. It is understood that juniors not meeting this requirement will not be allowed to compete at these competitions. _______________________________________________________ Signature of Owner

_________________________________ Date

_______________________________________________________ Signature of Rider

_________________________________ Date

________________________________________________________ Signature of Parent/Guardian (If rider is under 18 years of age)

__________________________________ Date

Mail Entries to: Allegra Hohm 10950 – 65 Ave Edmonton AB T6H 4R6

Email Entries to: [email protected]

Entry Checklist •

Full name, address, phone, email for rider and/or owner.



2013 AEF membership number



Indicated stabling preferences



Indicated your volunteer preferences/availabilities



Enclosed cheque(s) made out to PAADA or Credit Card Payment made through PayPal to DressageDaze or Bank transfer to [email protected]



Read and signed the release (rider, owner, parent/guardian)

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Tentative Schedule:

Large Ring Small Ring 6:30 AM Warm up rings ONLY open for lunging, show rings open ONLY for handwalking 7:00 AM Show and warm up rings open for ONLY mounted warm up 7:45 AM Clear show rings for reconstitution 8:00 AM Wild Rose English Rail Classes Silver Walk/Trot Dressage Tests Silver Dressage Tests Wild Rose Dressage Tests 12:00 PM Lunch - Clear ALL rings for reconstitution 1:00 PM Silver Dressage Tests Wild Rose Western Rail Classes Wild Rose Western Dressage 6:00 PM Show and warm up rings open for ONLY mounted warm up Clear ALL rings for reconsitution, all rings closed for the night 7:00 PM *This schedule is subject to modification however we will try to keep English in the morning and Western in the afternoon. For championships, all silver tests will be held in the large ring. Please check your ride times as posted at the show office.

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