June Horse Trials
Saturday, June 15, 2019
Open Date: May 13 Close Date: June 6
Divisions: Pre-Elementary -Training Level (CT only) - see dressage tests/division descriptions below.
Entry Fee: Horse Trials: $95, Combined Test: $50. $15 late fee for any entries after CD.
Discounts: Season Pass Holder; $5, MeCTA Member; $5 (must provide proof of membership)
Draw checks to Rest & Be Thankful LLC. Or pay online!
Send Entries to:
Lucy Hunt, Secretary
74 Old North Berwick Rd
Lyman, ME 04002
Enter online. Payment, signature page and coggins within 12 months must be received by or ride times will not be assigned. Please mail to address above, or send digital copies to email@example.com.
Refunds or credits will not be issued for scratches made within 48 hours of the event for any reason. No exceptions. Competition cancellation: No refund after C.D.
Awards: 6 ribbons per division.
Starting Times: Available June 12 on rabtfarm.com and FB page.
Dressage Judge: Jane Tremlett
Jumping Judge: TBA
Technical Delegate: TBA
Veterinarian/Farrier: Will be on call. #’s will be posted at sec'y's stand.
Dressage will be in a sand arena. All jumping will be ridden on grass; see division descriptions below. When mounted all riders must wear proper foot attire and helmets. ALL participants must wear a safety vest during the jumping phase and medical armband!
Dressage test: USDF Intro B
Jumping: max 2’ cross rails (height measured at the jump standard) Cross-country will be a simple loop of 6-8 fences; NO WATER OR DITCH
Dressage test: USEF Beginner Novice Test A
Jumping: max 2'3” and no combinations; Cross-country will be a simple loop of 6-8 fences; WATER AND DITCHES OPTIONAL
Dressage test: USEF Beginner Novice Test B
Jumping: max 2'7" ; expect water, ditch, bank and combination questions
Dressage test: USEF Novice Test B
Jumping: max 2'11"; expect water, ditch, bank and combination questions
Dressage test: USEF Training Test B
Jumping: max 3'3"; Dressage and Stadium 2 Phase ONLY
ALL classes are run in accordance with USEA rules along with the understanding that the classes are geared towards horses and riders having a positive and safe experience.
**The Pre-Elementary Division is considered the Thelwell division—Riders will be allowed to wear any bit to help keep their horse in the ring and off of the grass and stoppable. Standing martingales, grazing reins and running martingales will be allowed. No side reins. No martingales adjusted too tight for safety. Mild coaching will be allowed at this level ONLY.
Cross-country course may not be open for schooling prior to show. Please leave dogs at home.