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Kentucky Classic HT & CIC** will be bigger than ever this year, and so we have made a change in our proposed schedule of phases since the acceptance letters were prepared. We plan to run the three days as follows: Fri Dressage for CIC**, Interm and Prel begins at 8A, with all of the CIC** and Interm riders also riding Stadium following dressage. Sat Dressage for all Trng, Nov and BN divisions will begin at 7:30A; XC for the CIC**/all Interm/all Prel/all Novice divisions will run beginning at 7:30A on one track, with all Training divisions jumping XC beginning at 11A on a second track. All BN will jump Stadium following Dressage on Sat. Sun Two rings of Stadium beginning at 8A, for all Prel/Trng/Nov divisions. All BN divisions will jump XC beginning at 9A.
For the riders who have multiple entries, please be aware that the times may be tight but we will do everything possible to accomodate any conflicts. All competitors should verify their ride times upon arrival at the event to confirm that no schedule changes have occurred.
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Kentucky Classic 2005 is pleased to host the Central Adult Team Challenge sponsered by the Chronicle of the Horse. Team members will ride in adjacent dressage rings and will compete for individual ribbons in the divisions, which will likely include individuals not on teams also, as well as team ribbons. All teams should be coordinated through the appropriate Area Adult Coordinator (AAC). We plan to follow the policy listed here for substitutions/changes for team riders:
1) All teams must be sanctioned by their Area Adult Coordinator, either via a note from same included with the entries if rec’d from the AAC; or via Email if entries are sent directly to the secretary by the riders. The riders must assume responsibility for this information. The event secretary will not solicit entries from the AACs.
2) All teams must include the Area in the team name; e.g., Area VIII Rough Riders.
All correspondence and entries should reference the team name.
3) All entries for teams must be complete, including fees, membership info and paperwork and postmarked Opening Date to be guaranteed acceptance. Late team entries will be accepted as the event has space. If an Area decides to enter multiple teams at a level, the teams should be ranked in order of desired acceptance if mailed after Opening Date.
4) Substitutions of a complete rider/horse combination will be allowed only if done by Close Date and approved by the AAC. Alternate rider/horse combinations will not be guaranteed acceptance as individual entries to the event.
5) In the event of a Waitlist for the event, replacements for Team entries will not be backfilled from this list by the secretary. Teams which lose riders before Close see #4 above. After Close the team will either remain as a 3-man team or cease to exist. The remaining riders will be allowed to compete as individuals.