Arena UK British Dressage Youth Home International (Results Available)


Show Date
Fri, Aug 5, 2022 to Sun, Aug 7, 2022
Closing Date
Tue, Jul 26, 2022
Results:
Website:

Class 1 A
Novice W - Test 23 (Rev 2016) ( 2012) - Long    
Day:
Fri
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Info:
Warm Up
Class 1 B
Novice W - Test 23 (Rev 2016) ( 2012) - Long    
Day:
Fri
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Class 2
Elementary W - Test 53 ( 2007) - Long    
Day:
Fri
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Info:
Warm Up
Class 3
Medium W - Test 69 ( 2005) - Long    
Day:
Fri
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Info:
Warm Up
Class 4
Advanced Medium W - Test 91 ( 2016) - Long    
Day:
Fri
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Info:
Warm Up
Class 5
Advanced W - Test 105 ( 2011) - Long    
Day:
Fri
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Info:
Warm Up
Class 6
Novice W - Test 37(a) ( 2017) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
BD Youth Home International Team
Team Class Day 1 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 7
Elementary W - Test 55 ( 2019) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
BD Youth Home International Team
Team Class Day 1 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 8
Medium W - Test 73 ( 2007) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
BD Youth Home International Team
Team Class Day 1 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 9 A
FEI Children on Horses W - Team Test 2020 (Update 2022) ( 2020)    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
FEI Individual Championship - Children on Horses
Individual Class Day 1 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 9 B
FEI Pony W - Team Test (update 2022) ( 2012) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
FEI Individual Championship - Pony
Individual Class Day 1 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 9 C
FEI Junior W - Team ( 2009) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
FEI Individual Championship - Junior
Individual Class Day 1 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 9 D
FEI Young Rider W - Team (update 2022) ( 2009) - Long    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
FEI Individual Championship - Young Rider
Individual Class Day 1 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 10
Novice W - Test 39 ( 2010) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
BD Youth Home International Team
Team Class Day 2 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 11
Elementary W - Test 59 ( 2010) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
BD Youth Home International Team
Team Class Day 2 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 12
Medium W - Test 75 ( 2002) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
BD Youth Home International Team
Team Class Day 2 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 13 A
FEI Children on Horses W - Individual 2020 ( 2020)    
Day:
Sun
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
FEI Individual Championship - Children on Horses
Individual Class Day 2 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 13 B
FEI Pony W - Individual ( 2012) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
FEI Individual Championship - Pony
Individual Class Day 2 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 13 C
FEI Junior W - Individual ( 2009) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
FEI Individual Championship - Junior
Individual Class Day 2 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2
Class 13 D
FEI Young Rider W - Individual ( 2009) - Long    
Day:
Sun
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Info:
FEI Individual Championship - Young Rider
Individual Class Day 2 - Please ensure you enter a class from Day 1 and Day 2

Show Secretary: Arena UK
Willowtops, Allington Lane, Allington, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF
Tel: 01476 591569, Mobile: 07710794244, Email: entries@arenauk.com, Website: www.arenauk.com


Location
Arena UK, Willowtops , Allington Lane , Allington , Lincolnshire NG322EF
Map Link: Arena UK

Show Information
Team Competition
All riders are to be current full members of British Dressage or Dressage Ireland.
All horses/ponies must have full British Dressage or Dressage Ireland current registration and must be vaccinated under the current British Dressage rules.
Rosettes will be awarded to top 10 teams, prizes in kind will be awarded to 1st – 3rd teams and sashes to winning team. The Cool Technic Perpetual Trophy will also be presented to the winning team.
➢ Teams will be selected and allocated in accordance with the Regional Team Selection Policy 2022.
➢ All scoring for team and individual competitions will be based on percentages as per rule 173 of the BD Handbook.
➢ Each team of 4 riders must comprise of the following levels: Novice, Elementary, Medium. Only two riders in the same team may ride at the same level. This competition is open to Bronze, Silver and Gold Combinations.
➢ Each team of 4 will have a drop score on each day. The rider with the lowest percentage will be deleted from the team average.
➢ Teams of 3 riders are permitted but must consist of 3 riders from different levels. All 3 scores will count. If a team drops to two members, they may still ride in the competition for individual placings. However, the competition is a team competition and therefore will not start with any individual riders.
➢ Individual Championships will also be awarded at each level:
Novice
Elementary
Medium
FEI Pony
FEI Children on Horses
FEI Junior
FEI Young Rider

Individual Competition
➢ The individual championships will be determined from the individual results in the team classes Rosettes 1st – 10th, prizes 1st – 3rd, in accordance with BD starter number rulings.
➢ The Worshipful Company of Saddlers will give a leather headcollar to the combination achieving the highest % over the two days at Novice, Elementary, Medium and across the FEI levels.
➢ Combinations may be selected to compete in the FEI individual championship; however, they cannot compete in the team competition at more than two levels below their selected FEI Levels (as shown in table).

Passports:
Valid passports are required for all horses and ponies with a vaccination record in compliance of rule 11 listed of the BD Members Handbook. Photocopies of the front page of the passport together with the vaccination record must be sent to the DO / BD Youth rep for each region to be submitted at the close of entries. Passports must be available on arrival at the show ground and handed to your BD representative. It is the rider’s responsibility to ensure that passport documentation is up-to-date and complies with the BD rules. Any horse / pony with a noncompliant passport will not be allowed to compete. Horse passports must be handed to your DO/Team Manager by 11.00 am on Friday 5 August 2022.6

Stallions:
Stallion boxes available – please request on your entry and inform your DO

Horse Inspection (Trot Up):
The horse inspection for all competitors will take place on Friday 5 August 2022 at approximately 2pm. Riders are to be dressed in team clothing with sensible footwear and wear an appropriate riding hat and gloves. Snaffle bridles only. With prior agreement the horse/pony may be presented by a nominated representative. There will be an overall prize for the best turned out Region for the Horse Inspection. There will also be three individual prizes of an Equine Portrait Photoshoot at the event and framed prints kindly given by Tiffany Simpson photography. www.tiffanysimpsonphotography.co.uk

Arena Familiarisation
Each region will be allocated a time slot of 10 – 15 minutes on Friday afternoon to exercise horses / ponies within the competition arenas. Riders will be permitted to ride inside the arenas. This will be timetabled and commence approximately 30 minutes after each region has completed their trot up. Full details will be confirmed on publication of the trot up timetable.

Thursday 4 August 2022
14:00 Stables open
Warm Up arenas available for schooling

Friday 5 August 2022
Warm up classes (morning)
Trot Up - from 14:00 in team order to be published on arrival on

Friday
Chef d’equipe Briefing
PM - Regional Arena
Familiarisation
Opening Ceremony 19:00 followed by welcome drinks and nibbles

Saturday 6 August 2022
First round of competition

Sunday 7 August 2022
Second round of competition
Prize Giving / Closing Ceremony approximately 30 minutes after final test

Please note that all timings listed in the schedule are provisional and may be subject to change.

Payment Details & Event Fees
Entries in advance only. You can book using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Arena UK.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.

First Aid £3 per rider/ per day Entry Fees: Warm up Tests (Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5) £25
Team Tests per rider to include entry fee for BD YOUTH Home International (1 class each day at level entered) £70
FEI Tests per rider to include entry fee for FEI Individual Championship (1 class each day at the level entered) £70

Stabling Information: Yes
Stabling on-site is mandatory for horses and ponies for the duration of the competition. Riders may stay on-site in horse boxes or camp on the camping field or off-site in local accommodation.

Stables
On site stabling is provided according to the costings below. It is compulsory once trotted up that all competitors stable on site.
A £10 cash deposit will be required on arrival prior to stable allocation from all riders. This will be refunded in full on departure once the stables have been thoroughly mucked out and checked.
Stable for Friday & Saturday night: £85.00
Stable for Thursday, Friday & Saturday night £100.00
Additional night stabling Wednesday or Sunday: £25.00 per night
Electric Hook Up: £70.00 for duration (Please bring a long cable for hook up)
Shavings per bale: £10 per bale
Small Bales of Haylage: £10 per bale
All bedding and haylage needs to be pre-ordered when you enter. You will be given a ticket on arrival to give to the stable manager to collect any items prebooked.
All stables must be vacated by Sunday 7 August 2022 at 19:00 unless additional nights stabling has been pre-booked.

Prize Information
Rosettes will be awarded from 1st – 10th Class 1-3 and 1st to 6th for Class 4 and 5

Results
Team and individual results will be determined when each combination at each level has completed their test and the percentages have been calculated. The results will be notified to the regional representatives, and the test sheets will then be released, and each rider will be given the opportunity to check their sheets. A period of 30 minutes after the test sheets have been released will be allowed for the riders to notify their regional representative of any issue or error and for the regional representative to report this to the scorers. If no issue has been raised within the given period, then the published results will stand and cannot thereafter be challenged.

Withdrawals/Refunds
There will be no refunds given on withdrawals, stabling, hook-ups, or class entries after close of entries on 24 July 2022.

Substitutions may be made but will be arranged directly via your DO, under these circumstances financial reimbursement may be discussed but cannot be guaranteed in full or part.

Terms & Conditions
General Rules of the show
Please refer to rules 169 and 173 of the BD Members Handbook for specific rules for team competitions.
All classes will be run under BD Rules including the members code of conduct.
Whips and Commanders may be used in the warm-up classes but are not permitted in any Home International or FEI Classes.
During the show, only the competitor may school the horse from the saddle, horses may not be schooled from the ground by any person.
Teams will be selected in accordance with the Regional Team Selection Policy.
Riders may not have competed at the Senior Inter Regionals Championship or Senior Home International in the same year.
Warm up tests do not count towards individual, team rankings, or carry any BD Grading Points.
Team and individual results will be determined when each combination at each level has completed their test and the percentages have been calculated. The results will be notified to the regional representatives, and the test sheets will then be released, and each rider will be given the opportunity to check their sheets. A period of 30 minutes after the test sheets have been released will be allowed for the riders to notify their regional representative of any issue or error and for the regional representative to report this to the scorers. If no issue has been raised within the given period, then the published results will stand and cannot thereafter be challenged.
This is a friendly international and teams will, for the duration of the show, in line with their governing body, be allowed to wear the appropriate pocket badge and numnah badge. All badges must be removed after the competition.

Lorry Park
Parking will be in regions where possible and near to their stabling. Hook ups must be booked with your entry. Lorries requiring a hook up may not be parked with other members of their team, but, if possible, we will try to accommodate this. Please ensure you park in double lines and respect the requests of the parking steward.

Stables
On site stabling is provided according to the costings below. It is compulsory once trotted up that all competitors stable on site.
A £10 cash deposit will be required on arrival prior to stable allocation from all riders. This will be refunded in full on departure once the stables have been thoroughly mucked out and checked.
Stable for Friday & Saturday night: £85.00
Stable for Thursday, Friday & Saturday night £100.00
Additional night stabling Wednesday or Sunday: £25.00 per night
Electric Hook Up: £70.00 for duration (Please bring a long cable for hook up)
Shavings per bale: £10 per bale
Small Bales of Haylage: £10 per bale
All bedding and haylage needs to be pre-ordered when you enter. You will be given a ticket on arrival to give to the stable manager to collect any items prebooked.
All stables must be vacated by Sunday 7 August 2022 at 19:00 unless additional nights stabling has been pre-booked.

Camping & On-Site Accommodation
Camping is permitted in the camping field; however, you must camp where instructed and not obstruct vehicle access.

Warm Up Arena
A warmup arena will be available for general exercise on the morning of Friday 5 August. A timetable will be published of additional times over the weekend. You may only exercise within the permitted times when an official or steward is in attendance – most likely an hour in the morning half an hour before the competition commences. When the Home International competition is taking place, only horses competing may use the warm-up arenas. Hand grazing, in bridles wearing a bridle number is allowed. No horses are permitted in the lorry field at any time except for loading and unloading from lorries. All other activities may only be performed in the stable area.

Entertainment
Each region is asked to dress in team colours for the Opening Ceremony. Music will be provided, and regions may carry a mascot.
Friday Evening – Opening Ceremony followed by Welcome Reception and nibbles. The bar will be open for meals
Saturday Evening – Inter-region team prize quiz followed by Disco
Wednesday Evening – Closing Ceremony and Prize Giving9

Prize Giving
The prize giving will take place no earlier than 1 hour after the last test has finished on Sunday 7 August 2022. All competitors must be in full riding attire. The presentation will be unmounted. Failure to attend the prize giving may result in prizes being passed down the line. Passports will be returned at Prize Giving and not before.

Live Scoring will be available throughout the event on Equine Affairs. Details will be given to all competitors.

First Aid / Vet / Farrier
On site first aid cover will be provided for the duration of the competition. Although not on site a Vet and Farrier will be on call - please however ensure that your horse / pony is well shod. Contact details will be listed at the score boards.

Photographer
There will be an official photographer on site and photographs will be taken during the event.
If for any reason you do not want your child’s photograph to appear in any publications or web site material please send a note in with your entry form. Please also ensure that you have completed a formal Photograph consent form and given this to your DO or BD Youth rep.

Toilets and Shower Facilities
There is 24-hour access to toilet and shower facilities which are located near the conservatory.

Dogs:
Are permitted but must be always kept on leads, not taken to the stables, and cleaned up after.

Directions and Accommodation:
https://www.arenauk.com/images/pdfs/equestrian/directions.pdf
https://www.arenauk.com/accommodation

 

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