Lemieux British Dressage National Championships (Results Available)


Show Date
Thu, Sep 16, 2021 to Sun, Sep 19, 2021
Closing Date
Mon, Aug 23, 2021
Results:
Starting Times:
Date:
11/09/2021
Publish:
From 10:00 to 00:00
Telephone:
07790309424
Send by Text:
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Class 1 A
EQUISSAGE PULSE PARA DRESSAGE GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP GRADE I W - Individual Test ( 2018)    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £85.00, £75.00, Rosettes to 4th place in each grade
Winning competitor in each Grade will be required for the Prize Giving
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 1 B
EQUISSAGE PULSE PARA DRESSAGE GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP GRADE II W - Individual Test ( 2018)    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £85.00, £75.00, Rosettes to 4th place in each grade
Winning competitor in each Grade will be required for the Prize Giving
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 1 C
EQUISSAGE PULSE PARA DRESSAGE GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP GRADE III W - Individual Test ( 2018)    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £85.00, £75.00, Rosettes to 4th place in each grade
Winning competitor in each Grade will be required for the Prize Giving
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 1 D
EQUISSAGE PULSE PARA DRESSAGE GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP GRADE IV W - Individual Test ( 2018)    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £85.00, £75.00, Rosettes to 4th place in each grade
Winning competitor in each Grade will be required for the Prize Giving
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 1 E
EQUISSAGE PULSE PARA DRESSAGE GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP GRADE V W - Individual Test ( 2018)    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £85.00, £75.00, Rosettes to 4th place in each grade
Winning competitor in each Grade will be required for the Prize Giving
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 2
FAIRFAX SADDLES FEI PRIX ST GEORGES GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - PSG Test (update 2017) ( 2009)    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£500.00, £350.00, £250.00, £160.00, £120.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Taylor Woodrow Trophy/Shell Gas Plate to the winner
Info:
Starts 10.50am
Qualification for Class 7: The top 20 combinations from class 2 will go forward to class 7. It is mandatory for any Competitor qualified for Class 7 to participate and it will be assumed that all competitors are going forward. Payment of the starting fee to compete in class 7 must be made to the Secretary’s Office within one hour of the completion of the last test in class 2. In cases of legitimate cancellation due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances official notification of withdrawal will be required in writing at the time of cancellation and will be forwarded to British Dressage post event. Such cancellation must be received at the Secretary’s office within one hour of completion of class 2 after which the Secretary will contact the next in line. A Competitor who does not participate without legitimate reason will lose their placing and prize money from the Prix St Georges. If a competitor qualifies two horses for the Fairfax Saddles Prix St Georges Freestyle Gold Championship they may opt to only enter one into the Freestyle. No competitor may ride more than two horses in the Freestyle. The Fairfax Saddles Prix St Georges Supreme Champion will be determined from the highest total % by a combination from classes 2 & 7
Class 3
ANDREWS BOWEN ADVANCED MEDIUM SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 98 ( 2002) - Long    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 4
HAYGAIN FEI INTERMEDIATE II GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test II (update 2017) ( 2009)    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£500.00, £350.00, £250.00, £160.00, £120.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 1.40pm
Class 5
MOBILISER PRELIM SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 17(a) ( 2017) - Long    
Day:
Thu
Ring:
VECTOR ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Truro Trophy to the winner
Info:
Starts 8.00am
Class 6
SARACEN HORSE FEEDS FEI INTER I GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - Inter Test I (update 2017) ( 2009)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£500.00, £350.00, £250.00, £160.00, £120.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Fletcher Trophy to the winner.
Info:
Starts 8.00am
Qualification for Class 14: The top 20 combinations from class 6 will go forward to class 14. It is mandatory for any Competitor qualified for Class 14 to participate and it will be assumed that all competitors are going forward. Payment of the starting fee to compete in class 14 must be made to the Secretary’s Office within one hour of the completion of the last test in class 6. In cases of legitimate cancellation due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances official notification of withdrawal will be required in writing at the time of cancellation and will be forwarded to British Dressage post event. Such cancellation must be received at the Secretary’s office within one hour of completion of class 6 after which the Secretary will contact the next in line. A Competitor who does not participate without legitimate reason will lose their placing and prize money from the Intermediate I. If a competitor qualifies two horses for the Saracen Horse Feeds Intermediate I Freestyle Gold Championship they may opt to only enter one into the Freestyle. No competitor may ride more than two horses in the Freestyle. The Saracen Horse Feeds Intermediate I Supreme Champion will be determined from the highest total % by a combination from classes 6 & 14.
Class 7
FAIRFAX SADDLES FEI PRIX ST GEORGES FREESTYLE GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - YR Freestyle Test ( 2009)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£750.00, £500.00, £300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Presentation of the Fairfax Saddles Prix St Georges Supreme Champion 2021. £500 will be presented to the rider of the combination with the highest total % from Classes 2 & 7.
Info:
Starts 2.40pm.
FEI Prix St. Georges YR Freestyle (2009) – Please read notes regarding music.
Open to the top 20 combinations from Class 2.
Class 8
BETTALIFE NOVICE GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 37(a) ( 2017) - Long    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 8.00am
Class 9 A
SHEARWATER BD YOUNG HORSE W - BDYH6 ( 2018)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
Rosettes to 10th place
Info:
PRELIMINARY ROUND
Starts 2.00pm
For qualified 6 year old horses, British Dressage National Test for 6 Year Olds 2018
Top four 6 Year Old Horses will go forward to the Final Judging (Class 9B) in the LeMieux Arena on Sunday 19 September at approx. 2.45pm. It is mandatory for any Competitor qualified for Class 9B to participate and it will be assumed that all competitors are going forward. In cases of legitimate cancellation due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances official notification of withdrawal will be required in writing at the time of cancellation and will be forwarded to British Dressage post event. Such cancellation must be received at the Secretary’s office within one hour of completion of class 9A after which the Secretary will contact the next in line. If required, stabling may be purchased for Friday & Saturday night on site.
Class 9 B
SHEARWATER BD YOUNG HORSE W - BDYH6 ( 2018)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Prizes:
£1,000.00, £750.00, £450.00, £200.00, Rosettes to 4th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 2.45pm
The top 4 from Section A will come forward for Final Judging. Should a rider have 2 horses in the top 4 within the same section, they must arrange for another rider to show the 2nd horse in that section.
Class 10
EQUITOP ELEMENTARY SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 59 ( 2010) - Long    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
VECTOR ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Douglas Young Trophy to the winner, BASA Trophy to the highest placed horse that has never won a class above elementary level, eligibility must be stated on the Entry Form to qualify for this award.
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 11
FAIRFAX SADDLES FEI PRIX ST GEORGES SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP W - PSG Test (update 2017) ( 2009)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
VECTOR ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 2.00pm
Class 12
BRITISH DRESSAGE 7 YEAR OLD YOUNG HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 96 ( 2011) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 8.00am.
Class 13
LEMIEUX FEI GRAND PRIX GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test (update 2017) ( 2009)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£600.00, £450.00, £350.00, £180.00, £120.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Taylor Woodrow plate to the winner
Info:
Starts 10.25am
National Pavilion Owners Passes: LeMieux are very kindly providing two Nationals Pavilion Passes for Saturday and Sunday to each competitor enabling riders to give hospitality to the owner/s of the horse entered in the LeMieux Grand Prix Championship. British Dressage will post all passes directly to the owners. Qualification for Class 21: The top 10 combinations from class 13 will go forward to class 21. It is mandatory for any Competitor qualified for Class 21 to participate and it will be assumed that all competitors are going forward. In cases of legitimate cancellation due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances official notification of withdrawal will be required in writing at the time of cancellation and will be forwarded to British Dressage post event. Such cancellation must be received at the Secretary’s office within one hour of completion of class 13 after which the Secretary will contact the next in line. A Competitor who does not participate without legitimate reason will lose their placing and prize money from the Grand Prix. If a competitor qualifies two horses for the Arika Grand Prix Freestyle Gold Championship they may opt to only enter one into the Freestyle. No competitor may ride more than two horses in the Freestyle. The LeMieux National Champion will be determined from the highest total % by a combination from classes 13 & 21.
Class 14
SARACEN HORSE FEEDS FEI INTER 1 FREESTYLE GOLD CHAMPIONSHIPS W - Intermediate 1 (update 2017) ( 2009) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£750.00, £500.00, £300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Presentation of the Saracen Horse Feeds Intermediate I Supreme Champion 2021. £1,000 will be presented to the rider of the combination with the highest total % from Classes 6 & 14.
Info:
Starts 1.50pm
FEI Intermediate I Freestyle (2009) – Please read notes regarding music.
Open to the top 20 combinations from Class 6.
Class 15
TOPSPEC MEDIUM GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 75 ( 2002) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 16 A
SHEARWATER BD YOUNG HORSE W - BDYH4 ( 2018)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
Rosettes to 10th place.
Info:
PRELIMINARY ROUND
Starts 1.20m
For qualified 4 year old horses, British Dressage National Test for 4 Year Olds 2018 Top four 4 Year Old Horses will go forward to the Final Judging (Class 16B) in the LeMieux Arena on Sunday 19 September at approx.12.25pm. It is mandatory for any Competitor qualified for Class 16B to participate and it will be assumed that all competitors are going forward. In cases of legitimate cancellation due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances official notification of withdrawal will be required in writing at the time of cancellation and will be forwarded to British Dressage post event. Such cancellation must be received at the Secretary’s office within one hour of completion of class 16A after which the Secretary will contact the next in line. If required, stabling may be purchased for Saturday night on site.
Class 16 B
SHEARWATER BD YOUNG HORSE W - BDYH4 ( 2018)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Prizes:
£1,000.00, £750.00, £450.00, £200.00, Rosettes to 4th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 12.25am
The top 4 from Section A will come forward for Final Judging. Should a rider have 2 horses in the top 4 within the same section, they must arrange for another rider to show the 2nd horse in that section.
Class 17 A
SHEARWATER BD YOUNG HORSE W - BDYH5 ( 2018)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
Rosettes to 10th place.
Info:
PRELIMINARY ROUND
Starts 3.30pm
For qualified 5 year old horses, British Dressage National Test for 5 Year Olds 2018 Top four 5 Year Old Horses will go forward to the Final Judging (Class 17B) in the LeMieux Arena on Sunday 19 September at approx. 2.00pm. It is mandatory for any Competitor qualified for Class 17B to participate and it will be assumed that all competitors are going forward. In cases of legitimate cancellation due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances official notification of withdrawal will be required in writing at the time of cancellation and will be forwarded to British Dressage post event. Such cancellation must be received at the Secretary’s office within one hour of completion of class 17A after which the Secretary will contact the next in line. If required, stabling may be purchased for Saturday night on site.
Class 17 B
SHEARWATER BD YOUNG HORSE W - BDYH5 ( 2018)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Prizes:
£1,000.00, £750.00, £450.00, £200.00, Rosettes to 4th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 2.00pm
The top 4 from Section A will come forward for Final Judging. Should a rider have 2 horses in the top 4 within the same section, they must arrange for another rider to show the 2nd horse in that section
Class 18
SARACEN HORSE FEEDS FEI INTER I SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP W - Inter Test I (update 2017) ( 2009)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
VECTOR ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 8.00am
Class 19
BETTALIFE NOVICE SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 37(a) ( 2017) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
VECTOR ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Cotton Hall Trophy to the winner
Info:
Starts 10.50am
Class 20
ANDREWS BOWEN ADVANCED MEDIUM GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 98 ( 2002) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Restrictions:
Gold
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 8.00am
Class 21
ARIKA FEI GRAND PRIX GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP FREESTYLE W - Grand Prix ( 2009) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
LEMIEUX ARENA
Prizes:
£1,000.00, £700.00, £400.00, £300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £150.00, £150.00, £150.00, £150.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Jean Sansome Memorial Trophy to the winner
Presentation of the LeMieux National Dressage Champion 2021. £2,000 & Trophy will be presented to the rider of the combination with the highest total % from classes 13 & 21. Trophy to the owner of the winning horse. Prize to the groom of the winning horse.
Info:
Starts 4.00pm
FEI Grand Prix Freestyle (2009) – Please read notes regarding music.
Open to the top 10 combinations from Class 13
Class 22
BRITISH DRESSAGE UNDER 21 CHAMPIONSHIP W - PYO FEI    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
INVITATIONAL CLASS - ONLY OPEN TO THOSE WHO HAVE RECEIVED FORMAL INVITATIONS
Starts 8.00am
FEI Children On Horses Team Test (2020) (20 x 60)
FEI Pony Team Test (2012 – updated 2016) (20 x 60)
FEI Junior Team Test (Advanced Medium 92 2011) (20 x 60)
FEI Young Rider Team test (PSG 2009 updated 2017) (20 x 60)
Please State your Test on your entry.
Class 23
EQUITOP ELEMENTARY GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 59 ( 2010) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
ARIKA ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 11.20am
Class 24
MOBILISER PRELIM GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 17(a) ( 2017) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
VECTOR ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £310.00, £220.00, £130.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th place.
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 7.50am
Class 25
TOPSPEC MEDIUM SILVER CHAMPIONSHIP W - Test 75 ( 2002) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
VECTOR ARENA
Entry Fee:
£90.00
Prizes:
£300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £90.00, £90.00, £90.00, Rosettes to 10th Place
For additional awards see Special Awards
Info:
Starts 10.30am

Show Secretary: Show Direct Entries Secretary - Sara Green
Surrey,
Tel: 07790 309424


Location
Somerford Park Farm, Holmes Chapel Road , Somerford , Congleton , Cheshire CW124SW
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Show Information
PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT SOMERFORD PARK DIRECTLY FOR ANYTHING IN RELATION TO THESE CHAMPIONSHIPS
CLOSE OF ENTRIES AT ON MONDAY 23 AUGUST 2021 – NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED
Entries open on 11 August 2021 and will only be accepted online via My Riding Life by visiting the Entries/Times/Results page on www.bdchampionships.com
Closing date for additional wildcard entries will be notified with the wildcard.

ALL SCHEDULED TIMES ARE ONLY AN APPROXIMATE GUIDE AND THEREFORE, SUBJECT TO FINAL AMENDMENT.
Updated information, Entry Confirmation, Start and Warm Up Exercise Times will be available on www.bdchampionships.com
All competitions will be held on Andrews Bowen all weather surfaces.

WEDNESDAY 15 SEPTEMBER
Access to the showground from 1.00pm on Wednesday 15 September
Mounted walk exercise in the Competition Arenas 4.00pm – 6.30pm
Exercise in the Warm Up Arenas from 3.00pm - 7.00pm
Exercise in the General Exercise Arena from 3.00pm – 7.00pm

THURSDAY 16 – SUNDAY 19 September
Morning walk exercise mounted around the Competition Arenas 6.50am – 7.30am
Competition Warm Up arenas - 6.50am until 10 minutes after the completion of competition in the respective competition arena
General Exercise Arena (booking required) – 8am – 6pm

Payment Details & Event Fees
Entries in advance only. You can book using our Secure Online Entry System: www.myridinglife.com
Payment is secure and it goes directly to THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.

Stabling Information: Yes

Prize Information
PRIZES AND PRIZE MONEY
Prize money will be paid to the rider by BACS transfer after the show. Riders must confirm their bank details to the Show Secretary on collecting their sheets. Any prizes awarded must be collected from the Show Secretary prior to departure from the Show Ground. Prizes will not be forwarded after the Show.

Special Classes
SPECIAL AWARDS
Eligibility for following Special Awards must be indicated at the point of entry

1. BD AMATEUR OWNER/RIDER ROSETTE:
To the highest placed Amateur Owner/Rider open to those riding a horse registered in their name, or that of an immediate family member, and who compete in horse sports for recreational purposes only. Integrity caveat: This award is intended to recognise genuine amateur owner/riders. Only declare for this award if you genuinely feel that you are eligible according to the spirit in which this is intended. Eligibility must be stated at the point of entry to qualify for this award. This award is not presented below 10th place in a class. The award may be collected from the Show Secretary’s Office after each prize giving.

2. BEST BRITISH BRED ROSETTE:
A rosette will be awarded by The British Bred Sport Horse (BBSH) to the highest placed British-bred horse in all championships. Only one rosette will be awarded for each of the Young Horse classes over the semi-final and final. This award is not presented below 10th place in a class. The award may be collected from the Show Secretary’s Office after each prize giving.

3. TYRELL TROPHY:
Kindly donated by Lady Caroline Tyrell to the highest placed British Mare at the National Dressage Championships from all Championships (excluding 9A, 16A & 17A). In the event of equal class placings the winner will be the mare with the higher percentage. The Tyrell Trophy will be presented at the National Convention.

4. BD YOUTH ROSETTE:
British Dressage is awarding a BD Youth rosette to the highest placed rider 25 years and under in 2021 in all classes (except Class 22) at the Championships. This award is not presented below 10th place in a class. The award may be collected from the Show Secretary’s Office after each prize giving. Please note that competitors do not have to be BD Youth members to be eligible for this award.

The following Special Awards will be awarded automatically and does not require declaration at the point of entry
1. BD OWNERS AWARD: British Dressage is providing an award to the Owner of the winning horse in all Championships. In the Gold Para Dressage Championship they will be awarded to each Grade winner. The awards will be sent to owners following the event.
2. THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF SADDLERS: Will very kindly be presenting a leather head collar to the winner of each of the five Para championship classes/grades. This award will be presented at the BD National Convention.
3. ALL PERPETUAL TROPHIES WILL BE PRESENTED AT THE SECRETARY’S OFFICE.

Withdrawals/Refunds
WITHDRAWALS – to be made to the Secretary on 07790 309424 with confirmation in writing via entries@showdirect.co.uk.

REFUNDS OF FEES – A refund of 50% of the entry fee, stable fee and / or hook-up fee will be made on written cancellation by the Competitor prior to 23 August 2021, after which the entry, stable and / or hook-up fee is non–refundable. No refund for whatever reason will be applicable after these respective dates. Should the event be cancelled prior to 15 September, or part-concluded and then abandoned, due to Covid-19 then Competitors will receive a full refund on unused Entries and un-commenced Stables and Hook Ups minus the My Riding Life booking fee, STRIPE payment fees and an administration fee of £2.50 per horse per class.

Terms & Conditions
TERMS OF ENTRY
Entry to and attendance at the LeMieux National Dressage Championships is subject to the General Rules and Regulations of the Show (as set out in the Official Schedule), the COVID-19 Policy of the Show (which is available on www.bdchampionships.com) and British Dressage Rules (as set out in the British Dressage Rule Book or available on the British Dressage website). By entering the Show you confirm that you have read, understood, accept and agree to comply with the Rules and Regulations of the Show, the COVID-19 Policy of the Show and the Rules of British Dressage. In particular you acknowledge that the Organiser shall not under any circumstances be responsible for any loss, injury, illness or damage to (whether or not foreseeable and howsoever caused), or any theft from, any Competitor, any horse or other animal, any vehicle, or any other property whatsoever in the Show Ground, providing that nothing shall exclude or limit the Organiser’s liability for the death of or personal injury to any person caused by its negligence or that of its employees or agents. Furthermore, the Organiser has taken all reasonable precautions to minimise the risk of Covid-19 infection. By attending the Show, the Entrant and any Associated Person confirm that they have accepted, and will also take suitable precautions against, risks in relation to potential Covid-19 infection. As a condition to entry and attendance you understand that should you be found to be breaking any protocols, particularly in relation to the measures in place to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19, you will be asked to leave the Show Ground immediately, your entries will be forfeited and no refund offered.

GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS
Please read these General Rules and Regulations carefully. By entering, attending, or being in any way involved in any aspect of the Show, you indicate that you accept and agree to comply with these General Rules and Regulations.

1) DEFINITIONS – In these General Rules and Regulations the term “Competitor” refers to every Entrant and Associated Person. The term “Entrant” refers to all exhibitors and competitors entering the Show. The term “Associated Person” refers to all owners, riders, handlers, drivers, grooms, and parents / guardians of competitors under the age of 16, associates and / or supporters of Entrants. The term “Show” refers to the event known as the LeMieux National Dressage Championships held at Somerford Park, Cheshire CW12 4SW (the “Show Ground”). The term “Organiser” refers to British Dressage Ltd, Show Direct Ltd and all its employees, officers, representatives, volunteers and show officials. The term “Show Secretary” refers to Sara Green or such other person as may be appointed to perform such role.

2) COVID-19 POLICY – As a condition of entry to the Show all Competitors will comply with the current Covid-19 Policy for the Show which is available to download on www.bdchampionships.com and may be updated to conform to the current requirements. Should Competitors fail to conform to the Covid-19 Policy for the Show they may be asked to leave the Show Ground.

3) ASSOCIATED PERSONS PERMITTED ON THE SHOW GROUND – If Government restrictions are required to limit the number of Associated Persons attending the Show, the number of people allowed on site with each Competitor will be listed in the Covid-19 Policy which is available to download on www.bdchampionships.com.

4) TRACK & TRACE – Contact information, if required by Track & Trace, will be obtained from the details provided via the on-line entry system. The billing contact for each entry will be responsible for providing contact details of all Associated Persons. Further details will be available in the Covid-19 Policy which is available to download on www.bdchampionships.com and may be updated to conform to the current requirements.

5) PRACTICE JUDGING – No.

6) BRIDLE NUMBERS – Must be worn in accordance to British Dressage Rule 104.

7) REPRESENTED PAYMENT – Any payment that has to be represented to the bank for whatever reason will be subject to a £20 administration fee each time it is represented.

8) WITHDRAWALS – to be made to the Secretary on 07790 309424 with confirmation in writing via entries@showdirect.co.uk.

9) REFUNDS OF FEES – A refund of 50% of the entry fee, stable fee and / or hook-up fee will be made on written cancellation by the Competitor prior to 23 August 2021, after which the entry, stable and / or hook-up fee is non–refundable. No refund for whatever reason will be applicable after these respective dates. Should the event be cancelled prior to 15 September, or part-concluded and then abandoned, due to Covid-19 then Competitors will receive a full refund on unused Entries and un-commenced Stables and Hook Ups minus the My Riding Life booking fee, STRIPE payment fees and an administration fee of £2.50 per horse per class.

10) MUSIC – All music must be on a CD which must be given to the Show Secretary by the Competitor at least one hour before the start of the competition for which the music is required. The Competitor must ensure that all music is clearly marked with horse and rider names on the box containing the disc and also on the disc itself. It is strongly advised that a second copy should also be provided. The Organiser cannot be held responsible for the quality of the recording or any mishap that may occur with the music.

11) TIMETABLE – The Organiser reserves the right to cancel, add to, alter the arena in which any competition is scheduled to take place, or amend any competition times or alter the published timetable for the Show as they deem appropriate.

12) ARENA WALK EXERCISE – All arena walk exercise times are subject to amendment, times will be posted at the Show Secretary’s Office and in the Stable Manager’s Office. Competitors may only participate in arena walk exercise on the day that the horse is competing. Only horses competing on Thursday may use the Wednesday walk exercise times for arena familiarisation. All horses must have a mounted rider and with the exception of the Para dressage competitors, no horses may be led, whether with or without a mounted rider. Any restrictions on Arena Walk Exercise restrictions will be available in the Covid-19 Policy and may be updated to conform to current requirements.

13) COMPETITION WARM UP ARENAS – Designated warm up arenas for each competition arena will be available for exercise from 3.00pm on Wednesday 15 September until 7.00pm, after which they are available from 6.50am each morning until 10 minutes after the completion of competition in the arena for which that is the warm up arena. From Thursday onwards, only competitors within approximately 50 minutes of competing will be allowed to use the relevant warm up arenas during competition hours.

14) GENERAL EXERCISE ARENA – A designated General Exercise Arena will be available for use by Competitors. The number of Competitors in the General Exercise Arena at any one time will be limited and Competitors must book a 30-minute time slot in advance with the Steward on duty at the General Exercise Arena. The General Exercise arena will be open from 3.00pm – 7.00pm on Wednesday 15 September and from 8.00am – 6.00pm on 16 – 19 September.

15) PRIZE GIVING – All Prize Givings take place in the LeMieux Arena. Prize giving times are subject to amendment and Competitors should present themselves to the arena steward at least 15 minutes prior to the scheduled prize giving time. Unless otherwise specified within theclass details shown above, the top 3 Competitors will be required for each prize giving and Competitors must be mounted for all prize giving ceremonies. Competitors may have a handler to lead the horse in the prize giving if required, but the handler must be suitably dressed. The Organiser reserves the right to withhold prizes if Competitors do not attend or are late for the Official Prize Giving.

16) PRIZES AND PRIZE MONEY – Prize money will be paid to the rider by BACS transfer after the show. Riders must confirm their bank details to the Show Secretary on collecting their sheets. Any additional prizes awarded must be collected from the Show Secretary prior to departure from the Show Ground. Additional prizes will not be forwarded after the Show.

17) SCORE SHEETS – Score sheets should be collected from the Secretary’s Office onsite, if you would like your score sheet to be posted, a £3.00 postage and administration fee will be charged, which must be paid at the Secretary’s Office prior to leaving the show ground.

18) LOCATION – Entrance to Somerford Park is on the A54 and is just ten minutes off Junction 18 of the M6. If travelling from the south, it is best to travel past Junction 17 and come off at Junction 18 to avoid small roads. The postcode for the Show Ground is CW12 4SW.

19) SHOW GROUND ACCESS – Horses may arrive on the Show Ground from 1.00pm on Wednesday 15 September (NO early access). Access to the Show Ground will be from 6.00am – 11.00pm on Show days. Outside these times the entrance will be opened for emergency access only. All competitors must have the correct passes to access the showground. Horses requiring stabling must arrive on the Show Ground before 6.30pm. Should any competitor be delayed, they must contact the Stable Manager on 07487 423 564. The Stable Managers Office will open at 7.00am and close at 7.00pm each day.

20) STABLING – There will be Permanent and Temporary Barn Stables available on the Show Ground. All Stables must be booked on-line. If you wish to increase the number of nights a horse is stabled once the initial stable booking is made, please contact the Show Secretary on 07790 309424 to amend your booking.

All horses will be balloted between permanent and temporary stables and it will be subject to the nights that stables are required rather than the date that booking is received.
Competitors should not request permanent stabling as it will not alter the allocation of stables.
Competitors applying for stabling for a horse not actually entered at the Show will be allocated temporary stabling for the companion and the horse entered at the Show.
Horses may not arrive before 1.00pm on 15 September and all horses must depart on Sunday 19 September.

STABLE PRICES
All Stables are 3m x 3m 1 Night £80 2 Nights £110 3 Nights £130 4 Nights £140
The sex of the horse MUST be indicated when booking the stable. Stallions will be stabled separately.
It is understood by competitors that horseboxes / trailers may be parked some distance from the stables and it is understood that it may not be possible to park competitors who have more than one horsebox / trailer at the Championship in the same location.
Stable hire is from 4.00pm on day of arrival – 3.00pm on the day of departure (access from 1.00pm on Wednesday 15 September).
Occupants are advised that stables must be vacated on time so that incoming horses may be stabled. Lighting is not provided within the temporary stables. Any damage caused to stables will be charged to the hirer.
All Competitors will pay a £20 per stable cash deposit upon arrival at the Stable Managers Office prior to being allocated stables. This deposit is fully refundable by visiting the Stable Managers Office prior to departure and upon confirmation by the Stable Manager that the Competitors stable has been skipped out, wet bedding removed and left clean and tidy. If in the opinion of the Stable Manager the stable is not left as requested the deposit will not be refunded.
Should space be available late stabling requests may be accepted after Monday 23 August, however, they will be subject to an additional fee of £5 per stable per night. please contact the Show Secretary on 07790 309424 to amend your booking.

21) HORSES STABLED ON VEHICLES – Horses may not be stabled in horseboxes / trailers. A Competitor deemed by the Organiser to be stabling their horse / pony in such a way will be asked to leave the Show Ground.

22) UNAUTHORISED USE OF STABLES – Any Competitor who enters or makes use of any stable that has not been officially reserved or allocated for their use will be liable for a fine of £180 per stable.

23) STABLE BEDDING – Although bedding may be in the stable allocated to the Competitor from previous occupants, no bedding is provided with the hire of the stable. Natural Flake Shavings may be purchased from the Stable Mangers Office at £7.50 per bale between 8.00am and 7.00pm. Straw is not permitted in stables.

24) HORSE FODDER – No horse fodder is available for purchase from the Stable Managers Office.

25) STORAGE OF BEDDING & FODDER – No hay, fodder or any flammable materials may be stored by the Competitor next to or underneath their horsebox and should be stored within their vehicles. Should the Competitor fail to comply with this requirement they may be asked to leave the Show Ground.

26) LITTER & HORSE WASTE - All litter and horse waste must be deposited in the correct rubbish bins and / or disposal locations. Anyone found leaving waste in the horsebox parking areas or any other incorrect location in the Show Ground is liable to a fine of £100 and may be asked to leave the Show Ground.

27) VACCINATION RECORD – All horses and ponies at the Show must have a current and valid record of vaccination against Equine Influenza that fully complies with British Dressage Rule 11. All vaccination certificates will be checked at the Stable Managers Office when horses and ponies arrive at the Show. All horses and ponies must have been vaccinated within the past 6 months and 21 days before arriving at the Show and horses and ponies that have been recently vaccinated must have 6 clear days after the vaccination before arrival. Horses and ponies without a valid vaccination certificate on arrival will not be allowed to stay at the Show.

28) HORSEBOX ELECTRICAL HOOK UP – A limited number of 6amp electrical hook ups are available for horseboxes at a cost of £108 (inc VAT) per hook up for the period that the Competitor is staying in the Show Ground. Competitors must have a 16amp (blue socket) extension cable to connect to the socket supplied by the Organiser. It is the responsibility of the Competitor to ensure that all their cables and electrical equipment comply with current electrical regulations. Competitors must ensure that all electrical items in their horseboxes have a current PAT Certificate. Whilst the Organiser endeavour to supply the hook up booked the Organiser does not guarantee a constant supply throughout the Show, nor do we accept any responsibility for losses and / or discomfort occurring as a result of a break in the supply provided. Electrical connection must be booked online by 23 August 2021 and is on a strictly first come basis.

29) GENERATORS – Competitors may have generators in the horsebox parking areas providing they are moderately sized and do not reach a noise or emission level whereby, in the opinion of the Organiser, they become a nuisance. The Competitor is responsible to ensure that any generator complies with all health and safety regulations and users must adhere to the re-fuelling procedure set out in the Organiser’s document: - P 04 ‘Re-fuelling vehicles and Equipment’ which is available on-site from the Stable Managers Office or in advance by request to the Organiser. All generators must be turned off between the hours of 11.00pm and 8.00am.

30) LIQUID PETROLEUM GAS (LPG) – Bottled gas may be used in conjunction with fitted living accommodation within horseboxes sited in the lorry park; however, it is the responsibility of the Competitor to ensure that all gas bottles are fitted correctly and that all appliances are fitted to the gas bottle through approved pipework.

31) FIRE EXTINGUISHERS – All vehicles must be equipped with an appropriate fire extinguisher to conform to Local Authority Regulations.

32) VEHICLES – The Organiser reserves the right to remove any vehicle which is obstructing any access (even if locked and unattended) and the Organiser will not be liable for any injury, loss or damage occasioned by such removal.

33) VEHICLES REQUIRING TOWING – Should any vehicle become stuck on soft ground while in the Show Ground the Competitor must contact an official immediately who will arrange for the vehicle to be towed onto hard standing. The Organiser reserves the right to charge the Competitor if, in the opinion of the Organiser, excess damage is done to the ground by the Competitor prior to requesting the towing service or by not waiting for the towing service to arrive. The Organiser will not be liable for any injury, loss or damaged howsoever caused while the Organisers agents are in the process of towing any vehicle.

34) CAR ACCESS TO THE SHOWGROUND – Cars without passes must be parked in the public car park and will not be permitted entry at the Horsebox Entrance. Cars with Competitor Car / Lorry Passes must be parked in the designated car park and will not be permitted in the stable area or horsebox parking area.

35) MOTORBIKES, SCOOTERS, BICYCLES AND QUAD BIKES – Except for authorised official vehicles used by the Organiser, motorbikes, scooters, bicycles or quad bikes are not permitted at the Show. Disability vehicles are permitted.

36) SMOKING – Is not permitted within any building or marquee on the Show Ground or within the stable area.

37) BARBEQUES – No barbeques are permitted in the Show Ground.

38) DOGS – Are permitted in the Show Ground but must be kept under control and on a lead at all times. If in the opinion of the Organiser, any person fails to control their dog/s they may be asked to leave the Show Ground.

39) PUBLIC TOILETS – Public toilets will be open in the Show Ground 24 hours a day.

40) PUBLIC SHOWERS – Limited public showers are available in the Show Ground.

41) OBJECTIONS – Any objections should be made in writing in accordance to British Dressage Rule 125.

42) OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHS – It is understood and agreed by Competitors that any photographs (and / or film footage) taken at the Show by an official photographer may be used by the Organiser for security and / or promotional purposes without payment.

43) FARRIER & VETERINARY SUGEON – The services of a farrier and vet are only available “On Call”. Competitors are responsible for any costs occurred in making such call outs.

44) STABLE AREA CATERING – A mobile catering outlet will be open from 1.00pm – 6.00pm on Wednesday 15 September. The Tack Room will be open from 6.00pm – 9.00pm on Wednesday 15 September till Saturday 18 September serving evening meals.

45) ACCOMMODATION – For accommodation in the local area visit www.bdchampionships.com

46) COMPETITOR CARAVANS & CAMPING – There is no charge to competitors competing at the Championships who, rather than use live-in horseboxes wish to bring a caravan or camp on the Show Ground. Competitors should indicate their intention to bring a caravan or tent in the notes section when booking stabling and should contact the Stable Manager upon arrival. Electric is not available for tents. Caravans or tents may not be located next to the competitor’s horsebox or horse trailer.

47) RADIO NATIONALS – Radio Nationals will be broadcasting on all show days during the Championships.

48) CASH POINT – There is no cash point on the show ground.

49) COMPETITOR GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS – Free admission passes are provided to the Competitor as follows: -
1 x 4 day general admission competitor wristlet per rider entered to compete.
Plus 1 x 4 day general admission competitor wristlet for additional personnel for each horse entered to compete.
2 x 4 day general admission competitor wristlets will be provided for each non – riding owner (British Dressage members only and the registration numbers must be provided online).
2 x Competitor Lorry / Car Passes will be sent to the competitor with 2 horses or fewer entered in competition.
3 x Competitor Lorry / Car Passes will be sent to the competitor with 3 horses entered in competition.
4 x Competitor Lorry / Car Passes will be sent to the competitor with 4 horses or more entered in competition.
Car passes do not gain access to the show ground without the occupants having wristlets. Cars may not be parked in the horsebox park.
All requirements must be clearly stated on the notes section online. All passes will be sent to the billing contact of your online account.
Any replacement wristlets will be charged at the standard rates. Any other tickets may be purchased as detailed below.

50) PURCHASING ADMISSION TICKETS – Information and the link to purchase additional tickets is available on www.bdchampionships.com.

51) TICKET REFUNDS – Refund information is available in the Show Ground Admission Terms & Conditions, which may be viewed at www.bdchampionships.com.

52) LOST PROPERTY – All lost property during the show will be located at the Secretary’s Office. Any inquiries regarding lost property following the conclusion of the Show should be made to Georgina at georgina@showdirect.co.uk.

53) RESPONSIBILITY – The Organiser shall not under any circumstances be responsible for any loss, injury, illness or damage to (whether or not foreseeable and howsoever caused), or any theft from, any Competitor, any horse or other animal, any vehicle, or any other property whatsoever in the Show Ground, provided that nothing shall exclude or limit the Organiser’s liability for the death of or personal injury to any person caused by its negligence or that of its employees or agents. Any items brought into the Show Ground or left in vehicles or tack lockers (whether locked or not) are at the Competitor’s own risk. Competitors shall take such steps as are necessary to secure their property whilst in the Show Ground. Competitors are responsible for ensuring that their horses are in good health and each Competitor shall take all necessary steps to prevent the contracting or spread of any disease or illness at the Show. Competitors will be responsible for reimbursing the Organiser for all liabilities, costs, expenses, damages and losses (including but not limited to any direct, indirect or resulting losses, loss of profit, loss of reputation and all interest, penalties and legal costs and all other reasonable professional costs and expenses) suffered or incurred by the Organiser arising out of or in connection with any breach of these Rules and Regulations by the Competitor or anyone under the control of the Competitor. All Children under the age of 17 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and may not be left at the Show unaccompanied. Each Entrant will be considered responsible in all respects for the acts and/or failures to act of their Associated Persons. The Entrant shall be responsible for the consequences of any infringement by its Associated Persons of these Rules and Regulations. Competitors are personally responsible for ensuring that they take all necessary measures with regards to health and safety. Upon any entry to a competition at the Show e a c h Competitor acknowledges that he/she is taking part in a risk sport and represents that he/she is a competent rider at the level of competition in which he/she has entered. Competitors who suffer a fall or any other injury whilst on in the Show Ground must report the fall / injury to the Show Secretary. Competitors shall comply with any reasonable instructions given to them by the Organiser or Stoneleigh Park Ltd.

54) INSURANCE – Competitors are personally responsible for damage to: any buildings, land, equipment, or other property in the Show Ground; or to any third persons caused by the Competitor, their employees, their agents, or their horses / ponies. It is strongly advised that Competitors have in force third-party insurance providing full coverage for participation in and attendance at the Show.

55) ADDITIONAL FEES – The Organiser reserves the right to charge an additional fee to Competitors should extraordinary circumstances arise which require procedures to be implemented that would not normally be anticipated or expected but were considered by the Organiser to be in the best interests for the wellbeing of either Competitors, horses and animals, general public and / or the successful running of the Championships. Any additional fee will be agreed with the consent of the governing body.

56) REMOVAL FROM THE SHOW – If any Competitor or animal is considered by the Organiser to be behaving in a manner that is disruptive to other persons or animals present at the Show, the Organiser retains at its absolute discretion the right to exclude or remove said Competitor or animal from the Show and also refuse admission or decline entry to future Shows. Where such measures are applied to an Entrant, the Organiser will consult with the Chief Executive of British Dressage. The Organiser will not be liable to the Competitor for any compensation in relation to either exclusion or removal from the Show or declining an entry to the Show.

57) OTHER TERMS – If any court declares that any provision of these Rules and Regulations is invalid, unlawful or unenforceable to any extent, the provision will, to that extent, be severed from the remaining provisions, which will continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law. These Rules and Regulations are governed by English law. The Organiser and Competitor both agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

 

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