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Saturday, 27th April, 2019
Intro A (2008) RESTRICTED
Short Arena - Outdoor - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by ASG Tree Services
Prelim 7 (2002) RESTRICTED
Short Arena - Outdoor - 12.00
Novice 28 (2008) RESTRICTED
Short Arena - Outdoor - 12.00
Elementary 44 (2002) OPEN
Short Arena - Outdoor - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Leroy & Bongo
Prelim 17a (2017) OPEN
Long Arena - Addington Indoor International Arena - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Pikeur
Novice 37a (2017) **Loriners Class**
Long Arena - Addington Indoor International Arena
Sponsor: Worshipful Company of Loriners
Novice 37a (2017) OPEN
Long Arena - Addington Indoor International Arena - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Farm & Stable
Dressage to Music - Pick Your Own - 2016 PRELIM
Long Arena - Addington Indoor International Arena
***Movements within a long arena rather than short *** - 12.00
Dressage to Music - Pick Your Own - 2019 NOVICE
Long Arena - Addington Indoor International Arena - 12.00
Dressage to Music - Pick Your Own - 2019 ELEMENTARY
Long Arena - Addington Indoor International Arena - 12.00
Clear Round - 60 cm - 8.00
Sponsor: N/A
Clear Round - 75 cm - 8.00
Sponsor: N/A
Clear Round - 90 cm - 8.00
Clear Round - 1.05m - 8.00
Teams of 3 Showjumping - 75 cm Section
Outdoor - 11.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Saddlers
Teams of 3 Showjumping - 90 cm Section
Outdoor - 11.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Saddlers
Teams of 3 Showjumping - 1.05m Section
Outdoor - 11.00
Sponsor: Kindly Sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Saddlers
1.10m OPEN
Outdoor - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Farm & Stable
Pub Quiz
Restaurant & Licensed Bar
Sponsor: N/A
Sunday, 28th April, 2019
Intro B (2009) RESTRICTED
Short Arena - Outdoor - 12.00
Prelim 14 (2006) OPEN
Short Arena - Outdoor - 12.00
Novice 39 (2010) OPEN
Long Arena - Outdoor - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Catherston Stud
Elementary 43 (2006) OPEN
Long Arena - Outdoor - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Saracen Hose Feeds
70 cm RESTRICTED
International Outdoor Arena - 12.00
80 cm RESTRICTED
International Outdoor Arena - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by ASG Tree Services
90 cm RESTRICTED
International Outdoor Arena - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Flex-on
1m RESTRICTED
International Outdoor Arena - 12.00
1m OPEN
Addington Indoor International Arena - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Voltaire Design
1.05m OPEN
Addington Indoor International Arena - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by L&R Horsebox Hire
1.10m Military OPEN - Olympia League - First Qualifier
Addington Indoor International Arena - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Equestrian Index
1.15m Military OPEN
Addington Indoor International Arena - 12.00
Sponsor: Kindly sponsored by Saracen Horse Feeds
Clear Round - Entries to be refunded - 8.00
Showjumping - Entries to be refunded - 12.00
Sponsor: N/A
Dressage - Entries to be refunded - 12.00
Sponsor: N/A


UKAFEC Equestrian Event Notes

Notes

AGREEMENT TO BE BOUND BY THE RULES:
Every competitor, by the completion of his/her entry form, agree to be bound by the Memorandum and Articles of UKAFEA, Addington Equestrian (AE), BEF, FEI, BD and BS and all Rules, Regulations and bye-laws made thereunder and has agreed that the decisions of the Board, Disciplinary Panel and other competent authorities of UKAFEA or AE given in accordance therewith shall be final and binding upon him/her. It is the responsibility of all competitors to familiarise themselves with the rules of the UKAFEA, AE, BEF, FEI, BS and BD. Additionally any Event specific instructions issued by the UKAFEC Event Team are to be adhered to at all times.

FOR DRESSAGE CLASSES:
Commanders and whips will be allowed at all levels apart from in the Loririners Inter-Service Team Event.

QUALIFICATION:
Dressage scores above 58% in the classes annotated in the Class notes will gain qualification for the Dressage Championships of Great Britain at Cricklands which is also the UK Armed Forces Dressage Championship. Qualification lists will be maintained by the Event Director.

FOR SHOWJUMPING CLASSES (excluding Classes 15, 16, 17: Teams of 3):
Table A, BS Single Phase competition iaw BS Rule 287.
Faults to be accumulated over both sections.
First and second section with a time allowed and a time limit. Second section against the clock.
The competitor will jump the whole course unless they are eliminated.

TEAM SHOWJUMPING (Classes 15, 16, 17)
Teams of 3 to have an appointed Team Capt and Team name which is included in the entry in the notes section. All team members to jump one round against the clock; the fewest combined faults and the fastest combined time across all 3 riders wins. Competitors will jump the whole course unless they are eliminated (elimination of rider does not mean elimination of the team - other team riders can still jump),

QUALIFICATION:
All double clear rounds in the classes annotated in the Class notes will gain qualification for the Showjumping Championships of Great Britain at Cricklands which is also the Royal Navy Championships. Qualification lists will be maintained by the Event Director.

TIMINGS
All dressage classes will run by time.
All jumping classes will run by drawn order.
The Secretary will endeavor to give riders with multiple entries at least 30 minutes between their class timings. Timings will be published as soon as possible after the close of entries. Competitors are asked to be patient; where a clash cannot be avoided, contact will be made with the rider and a refund offered for the class entry which cannot be accommodated.

STABLING AND HOOKING
Booking must be made direct with AE: http://www.addingtonequestrian.com
Don't forget to bring your £10 cash deposit which is to be paid direct to AE's Stable Manager.


UKAFEC Horse Event UK News

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Atlas Equestrian trade stand will be present for all your equestrian sundries
SBM Photographic will be covering the event to capture moments and offer printing on site


UKAFEC Horse Event Sponsors

Sponsors

Prizes generously donated by the Worshipful Company and Loriners, the Worshipful Company of Saddlers, ASG Tree Services, Farm & Stable, Saracen Horse Feeds, L&R Horsebox Hire, Equestrian Index, Leroy and Bongo, Flex-on, Pikeur, Catherstone Stud and Voltaire Design. Day Tickets from British Showjumping have been generously donated for all rosette winners in SJ classes.


UKAFEC Horse Event Terms and conditions

Event Terms & Conditions

UK ARMED FORCES EQUESTRIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018

INTRODUCTION
1. The UK Armed Forces Equestrian Championships (UKAFEC) is being held 27 - 28 April 2019 at Addington Equestrian (AE). The schedule of classes and entries is available online via Horse Monkey. The UKAFEC is organised in accordance with JSP 660 (Version 2), the National Governing Bodies (NGB) and UKAFEA Competition Policy 2019 .

2. A Tentpegging competition will also be run at AE on Saturday 27 April by the British Tentpegging Association and Army Equitation Association. A separate schedule and entry system (through BTA) refers which should be read in conjunction with the T&C for UKAFEC itself for administration purposes where applicable.

AIM
3. The Rules in this document are established so that competitors may compete against each other in competition under fair conditions. They can, however, never cover every eventuality. Matters that cannot be solved by interpreting the Rules to the letter shall be resolved by the Event Officials following as nearly as possible the spirit of the text to obtain the solution that is fairest to all competitors.

AGREEMENT TO BE BOUND BY THE RULES.
4. Every competitor, by the completion of his/her entry form, agree to be bound by the Memorandum and Articles of UKAFEA, BEF, FEI, BD and BS and all Rules, Regulations and bye-laws made thereunder and has agreed that the decisions of the Board, Disciplinary Panel and other competent authorities of UKAFEA given in accordance therewith shall be final and binding upon him/her. It is the responsibility of all competitors to familiarise themselves with the rules of the UKAFEA, BEF, FEI, BS, BD and specific instructions from the UKAFEC Event Team.

LIABILITY.
5. Neither the organisers of the event, staff of the event centre, nor any agent, employee or representative of these bodies, accepts any liability for any accident, loss, damage, injury or illness to horses, owners, riders, spectators, land, cars, their contents and accessories or any other person or property whatsoever, whether caused by their negligence, breach of contract or in any other way. Therefore, it is the responsibility for every rider to have appropriate Public Liability and Personal Accident Insurance for not only themselves but the horses in their charge. This may be a policy held by the owner and thus it is the responsibility of the rider to ensure they are appropriately covered in the case of an accident/incident.

6. ENTRIES. All entries to be made on Horsemonkey unless there are exceptional reasons why not and then the Secretary should be contacted directly by the dates advertised below.
(1) Entries Open: 12 Feb 19.
(2) The Ballot Date & End of Early Bird Discount: COP 29 Mar 19
(3) Entries Close: COP 13 Apr 19.
(4) Late Entries Close: 20 Apr 19.
(5) Late Entries will be accepted in under-subscribed classes subject to a £3 surcharge (plus VAT if applicable) will be charged per class.
(6) By exception manual entries must be with the Secretary and paid for by the advertised dates above.

BALLOT.
7. Horse Monkey will list entries on the relevant website after the Opening date but this does not constitute acceptance. No entries will be confirmed before the Ballot Date. (Ballot will apply the priority order as described in para 13.a).

EVENT NOT OVERSUBSCRIBED.
8. At Ballot Date the Secretary
(1) Will accept all entries already received at this stage, subject to their power to refuse an entry.
(2) Will notify Competitors of acceptance of their entry by email or on the Event/entries website.
(3) May continue to accept entries for all or some classes as noticed on the website.
(4) May run a wait list for sections which reach their limit.

OVER-SUBSCRIBED EVENT; ‘Balloting’
9. If the Event is oversubscribed at the Ballot Date,
(1) At 12 noon on the Ballot Date the Entries Secretary will close all oversubscribed classes to further entries and will wait-list or ballot out surplus entries in accordance with the Priority of riders at Para 14.a.
(2) Balloted entries which are not wait-listed will receive full refunds.

WAIT LISTS.
10. If the Event Ballots,
(1) A wait list showing an appropriate number of entries in order of intended acceptance will be published. Entries to oversubscribed classes will be accepted in the published order unless there are other practical considerations which make it sensible to accept them in some other order.
(2) No entry will be wait-listed who has stated with their entry that they do not want to be wait-listed.
(3) Wait-listed entries who withdraw from the wait list before their entry is accepted will receive a full refund.
(4) Wait-listed entries will be notified when their entry has been accepted. Wait-listed entries, once accepted, are subject to the same withdrawal rules as accepted entries.
(5) Unsuccessful wait-listed entries will be refunded in full.

EVENT RULES.
11. The UKAFEC Dressage and Showjumping will be run under current BD and BS rules respectively except where special rules are applies as stated in the schedule or UKAFEA 2019 Competition Policy.

ELIGIBILITY.
RIDER ELIGIBILITY.
12. Any rider or horse not meeting the restrictions must either declare themselves HC or enter an open section where available. In order to compete at the event riders must be one of the following (Priority order will be applied if a ballot is needed):
(1) Priority 1: Serving Regular and Reserve UK Armed Forces personnel (including foreign military personnel serving in UK units).
(2) Priority 2: Member of a Military Saddle Club (over the age of 16 for dressage/jumping classes) recognized by single Service Equestrian Assocations.
(3) Priority 3: UK Emergency Service or Recognized Cadet Force (over the age of 16 for dressage/jumping classes).
(4) Priority 4: Member of the MOD Civil Service.
(5) Priority 5: British Tent Pegging Association Members competing in Skill at Arms Classes at the same event.

RESTRICTED CLASSES.
13. Restrictions to BD and BS points are as stated in the Schedule. Point limits, unless otherwise stated, refer to the lifetime achievement of the horse not the horse and rider combination. Applications for exemptions may be made in writing to the Entries Secretary by no later than the close of entries.

HORSE ELIGIBILITY.
14. Horses
(1) Must be a minimum of 4 years old for jumping and dressage classes as per relevant NGB regulations.
(2) May be competed by more than one rider during the show however, the horse may only compete once per class unless the second rider is competing HC.
(3) Teams of 3 Showjumping only:
i. Horses / ponies can be ridden twice on the same team if ridden by two different riders. A rider may not ride more than once for the same team.
ii. A horse and rider combination may compete on a maximum of 2 teams but must not jump in the same section for both teams.
iii. The horse will not be accepted in this class more than twice.
iv. A rider with more than one horse may compete on multiple teams.
(4) Will not be accepted in more than 4 classes per day.

HORS CONCOURS (HC).
15. A horse or rider may be allowed to take part in a class ‘HC’ (non-competitively) subject to the following conditions:
(1) Payment of the entry fee plus an additional £2 charge.
(2) No prize money, qualification or placing may be won.
(3) The rider is subject to the Rules as if he/she were a competitor i.e. must follow the set track and leave the arena if eliminated.
(4) For showjumping, may do so once in the first round of the competition only and is not to participate in the jump off other than the jump off section of a single phase or two phase competition.
(5) A horse or pony that has competed ‘Hor Concours’ is not allowed to compete subsequently for prizes in the same arena on the same day.

USE OF ARENAS.
16. No horses are to be worked in any of the arenas prior to show day unless there are exceptional circumstances discussed with the Event Director and AE Administration in advance (then they will only be able to use the arena dedicated for warm-up). Any horses requiring to be exercised are to remain on the designated horse walks. The field is not to be used as an exercise area. Restrictions to the Warm Up arenas (Jumping only, Dressage only) will be clearly sign posted and are to be strictly adhered to.

WELFARE OF THE HORSE.
17. The UKAFEA adopts the FEI Code of Conduct for the Welfare of the Horse in all respects in order to maintain standards in competition. The UKAFEA expects all those involved in to adhere to the Code of Conduct and to acknowledge and accept that at all times the welfare of the horse must be paramount and must never be subordinated to competitive or commercial in uences.

INSURANCE AND VACCINATIONS.
18. It is a condition of your entry that all horses under your care present on the showground (including travelling companions) are covered by appropriate insurance including personal accident and public liability. Horses or ponies must be within 6 months of their last Flu vaccination booster or have received two injections for their primary vaccination against equine influenza given no less than 21 days and no more than 92 days apart. (Only these two injections need to be given before a horse/pony can compete in competitions). Furthermore as part of the primary course a third vaccination needs to be given no less than 150 days and no more than 215 days after the second injection. Passports with up to date vaccination details must be declared on arrival for checking by a representative of the Event Director before horses are unloaded. Horses or ponies must be 7 days clear of their last vaccination to participate. Any questions should be directed to the Event Organiser in advance.

STALLIONS.
19. Stallions are not permitted without the express permission of the Entries Secretary. If permitted to attend, stallion disks and white ribbons are to be clearly displayed at all times. When led in hand an appropriate chain is to be fitted. It is the responsibility of the owner, lessee, Authorised Agent, or rider to take adequate precautions to ensure other horses/ponies, competitors and members of the public are not put at risk of injury.

NUMBERS / BRIDLE NUMBERS.
20. Horses must have their associated bridle number on them at all times when not in the stable/transport attached to bridle/saddle cloth/rug/head collar. When competing there is no requirement for competitors to wear 2 numbers (as per BD rules) as long the number they are wearing is clearly visible to officials.

UNDER 18S.
21. Anyone under the age of 18 attending the competition, in any capacity, must be accompanied by an allocated responsible adult at all times. If a responsible adult is not an immediate family member, or legally appointed guardian, the responsible adult shall be notified to the Entries Secretary in the Notes of their entry. For Service personnel this will be the single Service Team Manager. All guardians are also to read and abide by the regulations as detailed in this instruction.

DRESS
22. a. Serving competitors. Any exception must be agreed with the Event Director prior to the class commencing.
(1) Navy. No 1 Service Dress, black or navy jodhpurs. Foul weather jackets in the event of inclement weather.
(2) Army. In order of priority, as appropriate to service orders of dress/personal issue and weather conditions;
(a) No 2 or Service Dress, issue or beige jodhpurs, full length boots
(b) Jumper order
(c) Combat jackets
(3) Royal Air Force. No 1 Jacket, beige jodhpurs and black boots.
b. Non-serving competitors. Civilian attire is to conform to current BS and/or BD rules. Any exception must be agreed with the Event DIrector prior to the class commencing.
c. Event Helpers. Helpers are to be dressed in clothing appropriate for the weather conditions. This will not be supplied by the organisers.

SADDLERY AND EQUIPMENT.
23. All saddlery and equipment must adhere to BS and/or BD rules as appropriate to the class. Spot checks will be made.

DRAWN ORDER.
24. All entries are pre-entry and drawn order will be published online to prior to the competition. For Showjumping classes only rules BS 231-232 apply:
(1) Individual time slots will be published as a guide only.
(2) When the order of starting has been drawn, a competitor may only compete out of order by special permission of the Judge.
(3) Starting out of order may incur elimination at the Judge’s discretion.

ROSETTES AND PRIZES IN KIND.
25. The timing for Prize Givings will be published by the Show Secretary and the Competitors, suitably dressed, are to attend; failure to attend may result in prizes being forfeited. Rosettes will be awarded to 6th place and Prizes in Kind at the discretion of the Class Sponsor. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld.

REFUND OF ENTRY FEES
26. Entries received by the Secretary may be cancelled in writing prior to the Ballot Date and will be refunded entry fees less any administrative charges by the Third Party Horse Monkey.
27. Entries received manually by the Secretary may be cancelled in writing not later than 48 hours before the show is scheduled to start supported by documentation demonstrating that service needs/illness have prevented attendance or a valid veterinary certificate. The competitor will be repaid 40% of the entry fees less any administrative charges by the Third Party Horse Monkey. Manual entries will receive 40% of the entry fees refunded provided the evidence required above is provided.

OBJECTIONS.
28. Any objections are to be lodged in writing to the Show Secretary within half an hour of any incident, together with a deposit of £25. The jury of appeal will consider the objections and should the objection be overruled the deposit will be forfeited. The jury of appeal will consist of:
a. Event Director
b. Show Secretary
c. At least 1 other member of the Event Team as appropriate.
27. Objections for the Inter-Service Leg and Olympia Qualifiers will be as per the UKAFEA specific rules.

HEALTH, SAFETY & SECURITY.
29. All attendees are to make themselves familiar with/and act in accordance with the Show

FACILITIES
30. Any bookings for the use of specific AE facilities are to be made directly with AE. The below facillities are available to all attending:
(1) Accommodation. Hook-up is available and camping is permitted by prior arrangement with AE. Strictly no BBQs or fires to be lit on site - this will be monitored.
(2) Catering. The onsite cafe will be open during the event (Fri 1700-1900, Sat 0830-1930 and Sun 0830-1700). The licensed bar will be available both nights (Fri from 1900-2300 and Sat 1900-2300).
(3) Ablutions. Showers and Ablutions are available in the Stable Block and main building. Chemical toilets are not to be emptied on site.
(4) Stabling. There are 113 permanent stables (with rubber matting) available and must be booked through AE. A refundable deposit (£10) must be paid on arrival and will be returned on inspection of stable prior to departure. Stables will have no bedding on arrival and are to be left in the same empty state on departure. No mucking out equipment will be made available.
(5) Atlas Equestrian trade stand will be present for you equine sundries and a commercial Photographer is to be confirmed.
(6) Silent Hours. Due to the proximity of AE to adjacent housing the silent hours will be between 0700 and 2200. During this time noise and potential disturbance (including generators and movement) are to be kept to a minimum.

DOGS
31. Dogs are NOT PERMITTED inside any structure in Addington and MUST BE KEPT ON A LEAD at all times.


Dates (2019) UKAFEC British Event Dates
Apr
13
11:40
Entries closed Start End


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