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  2. Per USEF DR119.3, age of a competitor is calculated as of the calendar year. It is not based on the type of membership that a competitor has with USEF or USDF. Beginning January 1, 2021, anyone born in 1999 will turn 22 and is considered an adult for the purpose of competing in a Dressage Competition. USEF DR119.3 states the following
  3. Rulebook. The USEF Rule Book is now available for iOS and Android devices. Download from the Apple App Store. Download from Google Play. Staff Contact. Sarah Gilbert, Paralegal. sgilbert@usef.org. 859-225-2022. Updated 6/1/21 Effective 6/1/21
  4. Name of Horse USEF / ID # Color Sex Height Age Green Year Circle Size 1st 2nd Sm Med Lg Rider Age USEF # ASPCA # Classes #1 Rider Age USEF # ASPCA # Classes #2 USEF Entry Agreement . Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing
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Rules, Regulations & Grievances. Athletes wishing to file a grievance challenging a denial or threatened denial to participate in competition, United States Equestrian Federation 4001 Wing Commander Way Lexington, KY 40511 P. 859 258 2472 F. 859 231 666 838 usef 2021 chapter hu hunter division when a subject is not addressed in these rules, it must be addressed by the appropriate committee and that committee's interpretation will stand as the rule until the next year when an appropriate rule change will be submitted. subchapter hu-1 definitions hu100 horse welfare 1

2021 Show Season Junior/Young Rider Age Requirements

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3. Stallions are prohibited. (Exception: USEF Talent Search Class/Finals; Hunter Seat Equitation classes restricted to adults; classes restricted to a breed if division rules for the breed of horse ridden permit their use for juniors, and if the division rules for the breed of horse ridden permit juniors to ride stallions). 4 Junior/Young Rider Class: A class that is open to juniors and young riders who meet the USEF dressage definition of junior or young rider. (A competitor is a junior rider until the end of the calendar year in which he or she reaches age eighteen, and a young rider until the end of the calendar year in which he or she reaches age 21. tions, organizers should consult the appropriate breed rules for eligibility to compete as an Amateur. 4. To be eligible to participate as a rider, owner, lessee, coach, or trainer at Federation competitions persons must be members of WDAA; or pay a non-member fee of $25 for each competition. A USEF non-member, who wishes t

An award to recognize riders age 60 and over, these awards span each level, Training through Fourth and FEI. Please visit the Rider Awards section of the USDF Member Guide for more information. Musical Freestyle Rider Award The USEA is a non-profit 501(c)(3), educational organization committed to providing eventing enthusiasts with a competitive level suited to their individual skills. By assisting and educating competitors, event organizers and officials; maintaining responsible safety standards; and registering qualified competitions and clinics, the USEA offers a strong and continuous training opportunity for.

Hors de concours scores, USEF Rider Test scores, and scores earned in opportunity classes do not count for any awards. Freestyle scores only count for freestyle awards. Eligible scores earned at USEF Special Competitions held in the U.S. are also applicable. If two or more judges score one ride, the average of their scores counts as one score Since some FADS show classes are split using these criteria, and since FADS Season End Awards may be split using these criteria, it is important to report the correct rider status when entering shows. The criteria are found in the USEF Rules at DR119.3, GR1306, and GR1307. The following is a summary of the rules The FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) for Dressage is a unique and prestigious competition which brings together the top Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) Junior and Young Riders, ages 14-21, from throughout North American and neighboring countries Among the rule changes for 2021, riders will no longer be required to wear medical armbands or bracelets. USEA/Jessica Duffy Photo. US Equestrian (USEF) has released the updated USEF Rules for Eventing for the 2021 season which will go into effect on December 1, 2020. Changes this year include relaxed dress requirements, riders will no longer be required to wear a medical armband (unless they.

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situations relevant to safety is permitted. Owner must sign as owner, trainer, and rider/driver/handler on the USEF/AHA entry blank. Ref; USEF Rule Book 2010, Arabian Rules, AR 113 The USEF Rules for Eventing outline the criteria that make a rider ineligible for amateur status in GR1306 - Professional/Amateur Status, and we're breaking it down for you to highlight what does and does not make a rider an amateur or professional. Text has been taken directly from the USEF Rules for Eventing, with emphasis added by the USEA Lead line Dressage riders must be 3-10 years of age as of January 1st of the current year. 3. Rider Assistance: Rider may be accompanied by an assistant that is 18 years of age or older and may have side- Dressage test, all USEF/USDF Rules apply with the following exceptions. PLEASE NOTE: At the discretion of the scoring judge, equipment. USEF/WDAA Attire and Equipment Guide Dressage Division and WDAA rules, Chapter 5. In the case of conflicting verbiage, the current online USEF Rule Book will supersede this document. on a horse of any age being ridden at any level; rider may use one or two hands with a curb bit United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. 4047 Iron Works Parkway Lexington, KY 40511 www.usef.org 2 Dressage Equipment Booklet Updated 4/1/16. Any rider violating this rule at any time must immediately be prohibited from further riding until such headgear is properly in place. Protective headgear is defined as a ridin

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New Rules for a New Competition Year. The U.S. Hunter Jumper Association is helping members Know Before You Show with a simple guide of rule changes taking effect for the new competition year. Click here for a comprehensive list of rule changes that were approved in 2020 for the 2021 competition year. View the entire 2021 USEF Rulebook here 1. Refer to (USEF AR110.2) for complete rules for Achievement leveling. 2. Riders may Level Up (but not down) USEF AR 110.2.g. 3. To find you level, st1 qualify the horse in the section then the rider FOR THE CORRECT LEVEL. 4. Ribbons won within a Section / Category do not count in reckoning Select Rider status if the rider/driver transfers to. Some shows will host a Short Stirrup Hunter division, judged on the horse and/or a Short Stirrup Equitation division, judged on the rider. Long Stirrup or Limit Rider is an unrated hunter jumper division similar to short stirrup, but for older riders usually age 12 and over with the same height restrictions (not shown higher than 2′ or 2'6. A NEW rule on rider age at the Great Yorkshire Show (GYS) has sparked debate - and applause from welfare experts. At this year's event (13-16 July), equids may only be ridden by the riders.

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(or coach) annual contributions shall be $50. A rider may enter any Maclay anywhere in the United States according to the conditions published in the current Rule book of the USEF. Any rider in his or her final junior year may not compete in any qualifying classes held at a competition with a start date after August 31 of that competition year Age Divisions: may be divided by age of horse or rider. Horses may be divided into junior horses, usually age 4 and under, and senior horses, usually age 5 and over. Under the rules of the USEF, riders can be broken down into age groups as follows: 10 and under, 11-13, 14-17, 18-39 and 40 and over 1.4 For the purposes of this rule, in differentiating eligibility for Horse and Rider sections, FEI divisions are considered to be one level higher than the equivalent National division, e.g. FEI Two Star is one level higher than a Preliminary Horse Trial. A rider who has completed an event at the Advanced Level is not eligible to compete as an.

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Rules & Regulations. 1. All horses must be recorded with USEF & USHJA. 2. Horses must be recorded with the VHSA and owners must be members of the VHSA to be eligible for the Hyperion Stud VHSA Year End Award. 3. The program is for horses aged four or five. (For example: If a horse's foaling date is 2010 that horse is eligible in 2014 and 2015.) 4 History of the Sport • Around 1960 Jonquil Solt and friends started to organize in Great Britain and the Scandinavian countries the Para Equestrian Competitions. • 1952 Liz Hartel, a rider with effects of polio competed at the Stockholm Olympics • 1985 Test event in the USA • 1987 World Championships in Sweden • 1991 European Championships in Denmar The Green Hunter Incentive Program is open to horses of any age that are eligible to compete as a green hunter at 3'0, 3'3, 3'6 or 3'9 fence heights under United States Equestrian Federation rules. Supporters of the program can purchase enrollment slots at the current rate and designate the specific horse (s) to them at a later date that year Reprinted from the 2010 USEF Rule Book . 1. Regardless of one's equestrian skills and/or accomplishments, a person is an amateur for all competitions conducted under Federation rules who after his/her 18th birthday, as defined in GR101, has not engaged in any of the following activities which would make him/her a professional

USEF has information on helmets that have been approved as safety helmets. How are riders categorized in different divisions? Every rider that shows must be classified by age or professional designation: • Junior - riders ages 17 and under. • Young Rider - riders 21 and under, professional or non-professiona The USHJA Emerging Jumper Rider Program uses the USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championships, which are offered at 1.10/1.15m, 1.20/1.25m and 1.30/1.35m, to identify Jumper athletes who have the skill and desire to excel in the sport, while educating these athletes to become well-rounded horsemen on their path to excellence The USEF Rule Book lays out extensive guidelines as to which riders are eligible for amateur status in GR1306 (read the amateur rule here). Despite the attempt to make the distinction between amateurs and professionals as black and white as possible, there's still a choppy gray river running through the middle of GR1306 that's easy to get. Riders may have a reader (except in final and championship classes); however, it is the rider's responsibility to know the test. Movements may be read only once. All FEI tests, including FEI Jr. tests, must be ridden from memory. Reference USEF Rule DR#122. Use of voice while riding your test is not permitted In fact, it is the tradition of the competition arena that riders be correctly dressed. Here we quote the 2011 USEF Rule Book for hunter attire for riding astride, and follow each rule with tips from Dover Saddlery's product advisors to help you make the right choices while assembling your show outfit

The FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) is the premier equestrian competition in North America for junior and young riders, ages 14-21. Young equestrians vie for team and individual FEI medals in the three Olympic equestrian disciplines of dressage, show jumping, eventing, and the Para-Olympic discipline of para-dressage Exhibitors entered in USEA registered events at the Preliminary Level and above must also be current members of the USEF, or pay a non-member fee. The age of a rider in USEA events is determined by the year of birth. Horses may not be entered at more than one level of competition at a Horse Trial Western Dressage Rules and Tests are based on Dressage fundamentals and showcase applications for the Working Western Horse. They were devised through a collaborative effort on the part of member feedback, the evaluation of respected horse people, and equine organizations and then revised and edited by a special division of our education committee. The Rules+ Read Mor Junior/Young Rider—a Dressage competitor is a Junior/Young Rider until the end of the calendar year in which he/she reaches the age of 21. Adult Amateur —a Dressage competitor can compete as an adult from the beginning of the calendar year in which he/she reaches the age of 22 as defined by USEF and remains an amateur per the regulations of. FEI Dressage Rules. Temporary rule modifications may apply during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please consult the FEI Covid-19 Hub Resolutions & Decisions for further information. EHV-1 Return to Competition: please visit the dedicated hub here

SOUTH CAROLINA HUNTER JUMPER ASSOCIATION. RULES/BYLAWS. 2015. USEF RATED SHOW DIVISIONS & MEDALS. The SCHJA calendar year runs from December 1st to November 30th. The SCHJA offers annual Horse or Rider of the Year awards to encourage participation in the SCHJA member shows, which are also members of the USEF RULES. USASF rules, divisions and categories create a safe, consistent and fair platform for cheer and dance athletes at All Star events and practices. Safety, followed by skill progression and fair play, is the top priority when setting or adjusting any rule or guideline. The USASF also establishes guidelines for best practices in areas of All. 503.1 Pony, Junior and Young Rider Competitions 17 503.2 Age of Athletes 17 503.3 Young Horses Competitions 17 503.4 Age of Horses 17 503.5 Ponies 18 Annex H Rules for Eventing Pony Rider & Events.. 90 1 International Pony Events and Qualification 90 2 Pony Measurement 90. CONTENT 8 3 Saddlery 90 4 Dressage Test 90. Welcome to the United States Hunter Jumper Association. The USHJA is the US Equestrian-recognized national affiliate for the Hunter and Jumper disciplines. The USHJA is a competition-based sport organization that serves our members through educational programs, awards and recognition, communication, and rules USEF Pony Finals competitors may compete in the 20-question written test during office hours. The top four in each age group move on to the hands-on phase, after which winners are chosen. It's a fun way to test your horsemanship knowledge, and you might win a $500 grant. Shoppin

Like all rules that pass at the USHJA Annual Meeting, this will go to the USEF meeting in June for final approval, and if approved, it will go into effect Dec. 1, 2021. Other amateur conversations also got airtime on the board floor. A proposal to split the 3'3 and 3'6 amateur-owner hunters into three age groups was postponed Rule 3000: DISCIPLINES, CLASSES AND TESTS: RIDER PLACEMENT AND ELIGIBILITY 3100 General - All Disciplines 16 3200 Rider Classification and Class Eligibility 17 3300 Hunt Seat Discipline 20 3301 Hunt Seat Varsity & Junior Varsity (Upper School) Classes 20 3302 Hunt Seat Futures (Middle School) Classes 21 3304 Hunt Seat Rider Tests 2

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  1. Rules & Regulations. All SCHJA Members must be familiar with and follow the current Rules & Regulations. As of December 1, 2019: No Short or Long Stirup rider may cross enter into any other classes other than their Age Group Equitation in which fences are 2'6 or lower. Riders competing in the Schooling Pony, Children's Pony or pony Hunter.
  2. The U.S. Hunter Jumper Association is helping members Know Before You Show with a simple guide of rule changes taking effect for the new competition year. Click here for a comprehensive list of rule changes that were approved in 2019 for the 2020 competition year. View the entire 2020 USEF Rulebook here
  3. For riders and officials, the concern about involvement in WEC shows not licensed by USEF is whether they would be suspended, should the USEF invoke a provision in the FEI rules that would enable it to do so. That is just one of many issues the WEC shows' involvement with NSBA has raised

The USEF also requires all junior riders (under the age of 18) in any hunt seat discipline to wear an ASTM/SEI certified helmet with harness fastened while mounted on their horse anywhere on the show grounds, and requires all riders to wear a helmet when jumping anywhere on the show grounds Many competitors are also unaware that, even if they keep their horse at home and meet a trainer at the show-as many of my students do-the USEF holds the trainer ultimately responsible in the case of a rule violation. (To obtain a copy of the USEF Drugs & Medications brochure, or for more information, call 1-800-633-2472.

Qualifying for the Marshall & Sterling Insurance/USHJA National Championships differs based on the division in which you want to qualify. Entrants must pre-enter the competition with a non-refundable $50 application fee by September 27, 2021. Pre-entries for the 2021 Championships are not yet open. Qualifying lists will be made available after. The USEA has unveiled the latest USEF rule changes that will be discussed at this December's USEA Annual Meeting and Convention in Washington D.C., and put forward to the USEF Eventing Technical Committee for discussion at that time. The rule change proposals would then be voted on in January at the USEF Convention. We have an outstanding Board of Governors, and we manage to put aside our. Lexington, KY - The Board of Directors during this year's United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Annual Meeting approved new helmet rules for riders in both eventing and dressage - just two weeks after dozens of stakeholders in equestrian sport met with the goal of improving rider safety across disciplines. If the technology is available to reduce head injuries, the time to use it is now. The logo represents the four trials of Working Equitation and highlights the diversity for which the sport is known in the United States. The first image depicts a mule, being ridden in western tack and attire in the Dressage trial. The second image showcases an Iberian horse in traditional Iberian tack and attire performing in the EOH trial 1 through August 31. Adult rider annual contributions shall be $35. Trainer (or coach) annual contributions shall be $50. A rider may enter any NHS Adult Medal anywhere in the United States according to the conditions published in the current Rule book of the USEF. THIS NHS Adult Medal Judgin Equitation attire rules are the same as Hunters, but I think fit is of the utmost importance in this ring. The fit of a coat can either do you a great disservice or make you look your best. As this is a discipline judged on the rider, you want your attire to maximize your performance. EQ105 2. Attire