Park Equine Kentucky Classique H.T.(Sep 2022)
USEA Event ID: 18013
Park Equine Kentucky Classique H.T. | Lexington, Kentucky (AREA 8)
Event Date: Sep 2 – 4, 2022 Open Date: Jul 19 Close Date: Aug 16
Address: KY Horse Park, 4089 Ironworks Pike, Lexington, KY 40511From I-75: Exit 120. From other Hwys: Watch for KY Horse Park signs. Enter at main gate entrance of park. Drive to stables.
USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: T,T-CH,TR,N,N-CH,NR,BN,BN-CH,BNR
USEF/USEA Recognized: A,I,I-CH,P,P-CH,M,M-CH
USEA Recognized Tests: BN3D,Starter
Tentative Schedule: Thursday: BN3D In-barn Exams. BN3DCompetitor Meeting 12 pm. First Horse Inspection: 5 pm. Cross Country opens – 3 pm Friday: Dressage: 8am: N3D, ICH, OI, PCH, OP, TCH, OT, TR, BN3D Saturday:Dressage8am: NCH, ON, NR, BNCH, OBN, BNR, ST XC8am: A, ICH, OI, PCH, OP, N3D, BN3D, MCH, TCH, NCH, BNCH SJ 11am: M, OT, TR, ON, NR, OBN, BNR, ST Sunday: 7:30am BN3D Final Horse Inspection XC8am: M,OT, TR, ON, NR, OBN, BNR, ST SJ:A,ICH, OI, PCH, OP, TCH, MCH, NCH, N3D, BNCH, BN3D This schedule is VERY tentative and may change based on entries.Please refer to www.kyevents.net or the Event Facebook page for updates &/or changes.
Times will be posted at www.Startboxscoring.com by August 28th.
TD: Wayne Quarles (KY) Judges: Pres: Karen Winn (KY); Member:Janis Holmes (SC) Dressage Judges:Paula Briney (KY); Maureen John (KY) SJ Judge:Shelley Ryan (KY) XC: (I/PCh)Jay Hambly (CAN); (P/T/N/BN)Mary Fike (KY) SJ:Brody Robertson (FL)
Send Entries to:
KY Classique Horse Trials, PO Box 1334, Shelbyville, KY 40065 Email: email@example.com All communications must be made to secretary at email above. www.kyevents.net Accepting entries through X-Entry &Event Entries Draw checks to KY Classique. DO NOT REQUIRE A SIGNATURE AT DELIVERY AS THIS WILL DELAY YOUR ENTRY BEING RECEIVED. NOTE: IF YOU HAVE A GROUP WISHING TO STABLE TOGETHER, YOU MUST USE A GROUP NAME OR STABLE NAME ON FORM. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO ENSURE YOU ARE STABLED TOGETHER. ANY STABLING FORMS WITH NO ADDITIONAL NAME REQUESTS WILL BE ASSIGNED STABLING AT STEWARD’S DISCRETION.ANY STALL CHANGE REQUESTS MADE AFTER CLOSING DATE WILL INCUR A $45/CHANGE FEE.
Org: Mary Fike, 914 Harrington Mill Rd., Shelbyville, KY 40065 firstname.lastname@example.org. Competition Management: Mary Fike, as above. Do not mail entriesto this address. Please use address under “Send Entries To”.
Draw checks to KY Classique. Any fees postmarked after Aug. 16th must be either via Credit card, Money Order or Cashiers Check. Returned checks will be assessed a $50 fee. Please check the fee calculation for your entry carefully. Computational errors or errors triggered by automated entry processes, which result in a refund due, will be charged a $25 handling charge. Should the difference remaining in the refund total be $10 or less, the remainder will be donated to the XC jump fund. All funds deposited upon receipt. Entry Fees: A/I/P: $250.00; M/T/N/BN: $230.00. BN3D:$300 Starter: $200.00. Non-compete Horses: $45.00 plus stabling fees. Non-Stabled Horses: $45.00 KHP Facility Fee. Refunds: Before C.D-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.- Entry: No refunds unless spot can be filled from a waitlist. Stabling: If stall is filled from a waitlist. USEA Starter and D&M Fee Refund Policy: The USEA Starter and D&M fee ($25), is not subjected to office fees, and shall be returned within 30 days of the competition to any rider who does not start the dressage test.
All correspondence from the Secretary will be via Email. Include printed, legible current email address on entry. Entries will not be considered “complete” until payment is received. Online Entries: Accepted through XENTRY and EventEntries. Signature page, Coggins, and feesnot paid onlinemust be mailed to the Secretary within 3 days of the online submission or your entry will be assigned an adjusted “postmark” based on when payment is received. Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries not accepted. Multiple entries accepted if scheduling works, will work with these riders on an individual basis. Late entries accepted, if schedule allows. $50 late fee must be added. Advanced, Intermediate (I) and Preliminary: Copy of current USEF membership cards for rider, owner, and trainer listed on the entry must be included with entry. Non-members will be assessed a $45 Show Pass fee.Beginner Noviceriders must now be members of USEA. Horses must be registered (Limited or Full).Starter:Exempt from USEA membership/hose registration and the USEA Starter/D&M fee does not apply. Changes/Scratches:must be made in writing to the Secretary via snail mail or email only. NO phone, Messenger or Facebook withdrawals accepted. $50 Fee for all changes after closing date. Changes accepted after August 22 as schedule allows. Refunds: Full refund less $25 non-refundable office fee for withdrawals received in writing(via email or snail mail) prior to the closing date. No refunds for withdrawal requests received after the closing date. No refunds if competition is cancelled for any reason.The USEA Starter and D&M fees ($21), are not subjected to office fees, and shall be returned within 30 days of the competition to any rider who does not start the dressage test. BN3D Qualifications:Refer to USEA web site.http://useventing.com/resource/classic-series-qualifications AREA 8 CHAMPIONSHIPS: Please verify your qualifications with USEA, not the Secretary. Stabling With:IF YOU HAVE A GROUP WISHING TO STABLE TOGETHER, YOU MUST USE A GROUP NAME OR STABLE NAME ON FORM. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO ENSURE YOU ARE STABLED TOGETHER. ANY STABLING FORMS WITH NO ADDITIONAL NAME REQUESTS WILL BE ASSIGNED STABLING AT STEWARD’S DISCRETION. ANY STALL CHANGE REQUESTS MADE AFTER CLOSING DATE WILL INCUR A $45/CHANGE FEE. Other: Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant. ENTRY STATUS: Entry status posted online at www.startboxscoring.com and www.kyevents.net. Check often for updated information.Post/email verification of entry will NOT be sent. Reminder: All USEF Life and Senior Active members, as well as participants who have regular contact with minor athletes, are required to comply with the U.S. Center for SafeSport training requirement, to be eligible to participate in the competition. All participants must adhere to the U.S. Center for SafeSport Code, USEF Safe Sport Policy, and the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies. More information about these can be found at www.usef.org.
Prizes & 10 ribbons per division. Area 8 Championships – Within each division prizes will be awarded for the first 10 placings OVERALL, as well as the highest placing Adult Rider and Young Rider.
$45/stall per night.Tack stalls same fees apply. See www.kyevents.net for more info. 800 – 10×10 perm. stalls w/ doors at KY Horse Park. $45 non-compete horse fee plus stabling. Non-Stabled Horses: $45.00 KHP Facility Charge. Devers Supplies- (859) 233-9702 or www.deverinc.com for hay, grain, bedding, cart rentals. Use the same contact for paddock rentals during the event. Stall doors only provided. Veterinarian: Park Equine Hospital – #will be posted in main sec’y’s office.
Book rooms early! Official Hotel: Residence Inn – 5 mi. (859) 231-6191.Four Points Sheraton-5 mi. (859) 259-1311. Fairfield Inn-4 mi (859) 977-5870, Clarion Inn-5 mi. (859) 233-0512, Holiday Inn Express-Georgetown-6 mi. (502) 867-1648, La Quinta, (859) 231-7551. Camping: KY Horse Park campgrounds (888) 4KY-PARK or book online at www.parks.ky.gov.
Test & arena sizes: A- 2022 USEF Advanced Test B-Std.I(CH)- 2022 USEF Intermediate Test B-Std. I-2022 USEF Intermediate Test A -Std. P(CH) & P-2022 USEF Preliminary Test C-Std.M(CH)-2022 USEF Modified Test C-Std.M- 2022 USEF Modified Test A-Sm. T(CH) & T-2022 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N(CH) & N-2022 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN(CH), & BN-2022 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. BN3D:2022 USEF Novice Test A-Sm.Starter: 2022 USEA Starter Test-Sm.Arenas: Sand
A-3200-3990 m @ 570 mpm.I(CH)/I-2600-3800 m @ 550 mpm. P(CH)&P – 2200-3300m @ 520 mpm. M& M(CH)- 2200-3000 mpm @ 490 mpmT(CH) – 2000-2600 m @ 470 mpm; T– 2000-2600 m @ 450 mpm;N(CH) – 1600-2200 m @ 400 mpm;N – 1600-2200 m @ 350 mpm. BN(CH) – 1400-2000 m @ 350 mpm;BN – 1400–2000 m @ 300 mpm.BN3D – Phase A 2200-3520m @220 mpm. Phase B 800-1200 m @ 400 mpm. Phase C 2400-4480 m @ 220 mpm. Phase D – 1400 – 2000m @ 350 mpm. Starter: 1800m @ 250 mpm, max height 2’3″, 10-14 efforts: No drops, only small step up; a simple water crossing may be used; no combinations; no ditches with revetting on the landing side.
All courses: Rolling, open terrain on est. bluegrass. All courses moderate to challenging for the level. Water, ditch, banks and combinations at all levels. Some narrow faces where appropriate. 3 element coffin at Preliminary, two waters on most courses. Expect water and small bank for BN and an open ditch at Novice. Expect max number of jump efforts for all levels. Courses will be irrigated and aerivated as weather demands. Cross-country course closed.
Hosting USEA Area VIII Championships for I,P, M, T, N and BN! See Area VIII website http://www.usea8.org/championships for qualifications. TRADE FAIR! Cross-country course closed. Levels may be divided or combined as entries warrant: state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. Food on grounds. Dogs must be leashed!See www.kyevents.net for important park policies. Please provide legible Email for communications and questions. Check website https://www.kyevents.net and the Event Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/kyclassiqueht for additional updates and information. EV114 Dress 1. PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR. a. At all levels of eventing competition, from beginner novice through advanced, at Federation Endorsed competitions and recognized competitions, riders must wear headgear as follows, except as may otherwise be mandated by local law (see also GR801): b. Upon arrival, anyone riding a horse must wear properly fitting protective headgear which passes or surpasses ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)/SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) standards for equestrian use and carries the SEI tag. Harness must be secured and properly fitted. “Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF rulebook will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith.”