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Step Up Schooling Series
Welcome to the Step Up Schooling Series!
The Step Up Schooling Series is an opportunity to practice some jumping, in a horse show environment.
Perhaps you have a green horse. Perhaps you have not been in a show ring in a long time. Maybe it is a “new to you” horse.
Whatever the horse/rider combo this will be a safe, fun, and low stress outing for you as an introduction to showing. It is a great opportunity for those who want to move up to sanctioned EC horse shows and need a place to start.
We have a 20M by 60M show ring that will be right beside the 20M by 60M warm up ring.
There will be a senior competitor on site who can offer feedback to those riders who are looking to improve. There will be no ribbons or prizes, just come for training and fun BUT we will be offering lollipops for those who complete their course.
You will be able to bring your Coach in the warm up ring with you. Or anyone that is your “support” person.
You will get 10 minutes in the Show ring, as your ride time. Try any jumps you like, try them all, or let your horse look at anything they want. In the last 4 minutes of your 10-minute time spot, the judge will ring the bell for you to start if you haven’t started already. If you are ready before the 4-minute bell nod or wave to the judge who will ring the bell for you to start. Upon competing your course, you will have the option of receiving a lollipop and you can ask our senior competitor for any advice.
Please complete the entry form below. Email it along with your fees to Jennifer Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The $20 entry fee includes two classes in your selected division. You may add additional classes for $5 per class with a maximum of 4 classes.
Additional Proposed Series Dates:
June 26, 2021
July 25, 2021
October 3, 2021
Pole division – these classes are for anyone that wants to join the day but might not have started jumping yet, or are not confident enough to jump cross rails off property. Shown over a course of only poles laying on the ground. It can be walked or trotted. Any kids (under the age of 10) in this division will be required to be accompanied by an adult in the ring with them at all times.
Cross Rails – these classes are for the first timers, first time horse or rider over fences at a show. Low inviting cross rails. Courses will be posted.
2’ Course – 2 feet maximum, made up of cross rails, some small verticals, but no oxers. Open to Jr. and Sr. riders, horses and ponies. Shown over a course of 8-10 small verticals. Fences may be approached in either trot or canter.
2’3 Course – 2’3” maximum, will have verticals and oxers. Open to Jr. and Sr. riders, horses and ponies. Shown at a canter over a course of 8-10 hunter type fences. Distances will not be adjusted for ponies.
2’6 Course – 2’6” maximum, will have verticals and oxers. Open to Jr. and Sr. riders, horses and ponies. Shown at a canter over a course of 8-10 hunter type fences. Distances will not be adjusted for ponies.
Please read through all show rules prior to entering and arriving.
- The show will be held Sunday, May 30th, 2021 at the Hampton Riding Centre, 560 Lakeside Road, Hampton, NB, E5N 3Y6. Starting at 10am in the outdoor ring. The show will be in the indoor ring if raining. Please call Jennifer at (506) 650-5999 or e-mail email@example.com for any information.
- All riders must be members of their provincial association, which can now be paid for online at www.nbea.ca. Proof of your NBEA membership needs to accompany your entry. A photocopy is fine.
- Entry fees are $10.00 for your first two classes. Then $5.00 per additional class. We are suggesting that you enter one division for example- the Cross-rail class. Do both schooling rounds, with 2 different courses. Then if you like, try the next level up- 2 foot. You will only be allowed to enter into two separate divisions. Entries will be accepted online with etransfers for payment to reserve your spot.
- A maximum of 2 consecutive divisions (heights) can be entered per show. For example, you could enter cross rails and 2 foot classes, Not the cross rail class and the 2’6” division. A maximum of 4 schooling rounds per horse per show.
- All riders must wear an approved helmet. They must meet the standards of the ASTM and display the SEI seal. Along with appropriate footwear. Vests are optional.
- Braiding is not required but if you would like to do it for your own training purposes, go ahead.
- Stabling is very limited. Please come prepared to tie to your trailer for the day.
- One horse and rider combination per entry form.
- This is a schooling show. Not an EC sanctioned show. We will only be offering classes up to 2’6. Our shows are designed to help riders be able to progress into sanctioned EC shows.
- Due to Covid-19, competitors will be required to practice social distancing at all times. Please bring your own water for humans and horses. All people on the show grounds will be required to self-screen at the entrance to the farm and follow the Operational Plan, including physical distancing whenever possible and wearing a mask when distancing is not possible.
- Show attire is not necessary. But competitors are welcome to wear them if they like. All competitors and animals should be neatly turned out. For those new to showing a shirt with a collar, such as a polo shirt tucked into tights or breeches and appropriate foot wear would be considered neatly turned out.
- Anyone showing disrespect or misconduct towards horses and/or others at the show will be asked to leave the grounds and will lose their entry fees.
- Any falls in the ring, you must lead the horse out of the ring. There will be no re-mounting in the ring. You will be eliminated from the class in which the fall occurred. Medical personnel onsite will check you out and advise as to whether or not you will continue on in the show.
- Due to the nature of the show environment all horses are required to have annual vaccines including Flu and Rhino. Proof of vaccines will be required for attending.
Covid-19 Operational Plan
Government guidelines will be followed and enforced. All persons on site will be required to wear face masks at all times except when mounted.
If a person becomes symptomatic with fever/chills/muscle aches/sudden loss of smell or taste/respiratory distress and/or records a temperature higher than 37.5 °C (99.5°F) at the event report to event staff, isolate from others, and leave the venue to seek medical attention. If isolation is required for the individual and/or their guardian, it will take place in their personal vehicle.
Physical distancing will be enforced:
- Additional volunteers will be assigned to ensure all government guidelines are followed.
- The organizer will assume the overall responsibility for ensuring that the mitigation measures are implemented at the event.
- For contact tracing purposes all persons will require to sign in upon arrival. Sign in sheet will be located at the barn.