If you completed your entry with an electronic process and have not mailed the entry form with all signatures, fees the entry is NOT complete.
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Charles Owen Technical Merit Award
Ky Classique is pleased to host the Charles Owen Technical Merit Award at Training level for 2012. Be sure to clearly mark your entry if you are either a Junior or Amateur rider. Please do NOT automatically mark AM if you are not so qualified.
Details for the judging may be found on the USEA Website.
Area VIII Championships
Ky Classique is pleased to host the USEA Area VIII Championships at Preliminary and Training levels for 2012. Be sure to clearly mark your entry if you plan to ride in the championships.
Qualification rules may be found on the Area VIII Website.
Opening Date July 17 Close Date Aug 14 This event uses vinyl XC bibs and paper pinny inserts.
The event will accept all Late Entries received by Aug 21. Late entry fee AI/I $250, P-BN $235.
These forms are interactive, and may be downloaded and completed before printing for submission. Do not leave any spaces blank; response required for each section.
Riders or Owners who want to pay entry fees via credit card have the option to use the USEA XEntry system. This process can be used by any USEA member. Canadian riders or USEA non-members may use XEntry by creating a USERID in the Dashboard system.
The link to begin this process is XEntry. Credit card processing fees do apply.
PLEASE NOTE: You must still print out the entry form and mail it to the Secretary to be considered an entry in the event if you are using XEntry or any other electronic process. All fees and signatures must be included. If you pay via credit card on XEntry, the "postmark" is the date you submit the entry. If you do not pay with credit card, your postmark on the mailed entry will apply.
The Four Points Sheraton is our Host Hotel for this event. Just mention the event name when you book your rooms to receive the special event rate.
The following divisions will be offered unless the numbers are too few to support the division:
OAI Open Advanced/Intermediate - all riders and horses qualified for level. Consists of Dressage and Stadium at Advanced level, XC at Intermediate level.
OI Open intermediate - all riders and horses qualified for level.
P(CH)Preliminary Championships - riders qualified for Area VIII Preliminary level Championships.
OP Open Preliminary - all riders and horses qualified for level.
T(CH) Training Championships - riders qualified for Area VIII Training level Championships.
OT Open Training - all riders and horses qualified for level.
TR Training Rider - rider cannot have completed an event at Interm in past 5 years (after Aug 30, 2007).
ON Open Novice - all riders and horses qualified for level.
NR Novice Rider - rider cannot have completed an event at Prelim in past 5 years (after Aug 30, 2007).
OBN Open Beginner Novice - all riders and horses qualified for level.
BNR Novice Rider - rider cannot have completed an event at Trng in past 5 years (after Aug 30, 2007).
NOTE - USEA Rulebook Appendix III lists the qualifications for divisions. The USEA definition of completed for the Rider divs is stated as "having completed the entire HT with a numerical score."
Additional subdivisions based on Draw (A, B, etc) or Jr/Sr may be made as warranted by entries.
Many of our spectators are new to the sport of Eventing, and we want them to know you as more than just a number.
Is your horse an off-the-track-Thoroughbred? Is this your first or your horse’s first event? Is this a new horse, or perhaps your first Training Level event together? Maybe it is your birthday, or you are really proud of something you and your horse have accomplished this year. We want to know about your profession, your school/college, spouse/children, etc.
Please email some background information to our announcer Cyndi Kurth. Please complete these no later than Tue, Aug 28. This info will not be shared with anyone else!