Equestrian shows, clinics and education in the Pacific Northwest
Back to Back One Day Events
May 17-19 at the Washington State Horse Park
RIDE TIMES CAN BE FOUND ON STARTBOX WEBSITE:
Please come and enjoy yourselves at a fun event. The Horse Park provides a dry, warm friendly atmosphere for you and your horse to get
for the upcomming 2013 season.
We need volunteers to help us run this event smoothly. Please contact one of the eventing organizers to donate some of your time. We provide great food, gifts and excellent learning opportunity for your time! Thanks!
Extra dressage rounds are going to be available on Saturday and Sunday.
You can purchase a taco bar dinner for Saturday night! $15.00 BYOB and chair!
Entry Form is located in the right hand column.
Important information for Friday schooling show jump rounds:
Last year we were thrilled that the schooling jump rounds were a hit! But this year we are going to make them even better. We will be starting at training level and going to hopeful and back up to training again. This way we will be better able to fit everyone in the alotted times.
12-12:30 = Training
12:30-1:30 = Novice
1:30 - 2:30 = Beg Novice
2:30-3:30 = Hopeful
3:30 - 4:30 = Beg Novice
4:30-5:30 = Novice
5:30-6:00 = Training
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is a One Day Event?
A one day is a three phase competition that includes a dressage test and a show jumping round as well as a cross country round. All show jump and cross country rounds are timed, except hopeful on cross country.
Hopeful CT will ride the Beginner Novice Test A
All other tests will be the A versions
Are readers allowed for dressage?
No, unless the test is a schooling round that does not count for final awards and prizes.
What is appropriate attire?
Informal but clean in appearance is appreciated. Riders are encouraged to not braid their horses nor wear formal attire.
Is there cross country schooling rounds allowed?
No, we are providing you with an opportunity to gallop around cross country as a part of your one day event entry. If you are wanting more cross country schooling at the park, then you will need to contact Leslie Thurston and ask her about available dates or clinics separate from the EI event weekend.
Since this is a schooling show, is there any tack prohibited?
Any tack that is USEF approved for competitions is allowed for the show. This means that jumping in neck stretchers, draw reins or other devices are not allowed.
Is this show appropriate for beginner riders and horses?
Yes, since this show is at the start of the show season, Todd Trewin will be designing jump courses suitable to build confidence for horse and rider.
Can western tack be used in the dressage phase? No.
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Forms & Docs
Spring 2012 Winners