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Burgham International BYEH Qualifer
Classes
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Event Class
Class Info
Entry Price (Booking Fee)
Max Entries
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1 BYEH - 4 Year Olds
£44.40 Expand or collapse this item
2 BYEH - 5 Year Olds
£44.40 Expand or collapse this item
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Burgham International BYEH Qualifer
Eventing, Other
Unaffiliated
Thu 28 Jul 2022
Thu 28 Jul 2022
07742171060
Online Entry
Wed 08 Jun 2022
Sun 24 Jul 2022
JUDGES:

Sue Stewart – Dressage 
Les Smith – Jumping & Gallop
Lady Howick – Conformation & Quality 

9.30am – approx. start
For 4 year olds	

1.30pm approx. start
For 5 year olds

DUBARRY BURGHLEY YOUNG EVENT HORSE

JUDGING: 	SECTION I 	Dressage Test 	30 marks
		followed by	
	SECTION II	Jumping	40 marks
		Followed by 	
	SECTION III	Gallop	10 marks
	SECTION IV	Conformation & Quality	20 marks
ENTRY FEE:	£44.40 (including VAT at 20%)

PRIZE MONEY:	1st	£75	2nd 	£50	3rd 	£35
(Minimum)	4th 	£25 (over 15 starters)	5th 	£25 (over 20 starters)	6th 	£25 (over 30 starters)

QUALIFIERS:	1 qualifier	1-12 starters	)
)
)
)	Subject to finishing in the top 5 placings – this is applicable where previously qualified horses are placed higher up the line.
	2 qualifiers	13-24 starters		
	3 qualifiers	25-36 starters		
	4 qualifiers	Over 37 starters	)	
CONDITIONS:
1.	Horses must exceed 148cm without shoes. 
2.	Age: Open to horses born in 2017 and 2018.
3.	Saddlery: (warm-up and competition): tack as per British Eventing Rules for Novice Dressage - snaffle bridle only, see website www.britisheventing.com. Running martingale only and front boots are optional for sections I, II and III.  However, NO hind boots or bandages of any kind may be worn in the collecting ring, warm-up area or actual class.  Jumping whip only allowed (max length 75cm).
4.	Dress: As for British Eventing Novice Dressage Test/Hunting Dress. British Eventing/BHS approved hat and harness to be worn for all sections. 
5.	Opening Date:  Monday 30th May
6.	Closing Date:  Friday 15th July In the event of oversubscription this class may be closed early.
7.	Balloting:  In the event of over subscription entries received for horses that have already qualified for the Final will be balloted first.
8.	Entries: entries online via the Burgham International website www.burghaminternationalhorsetrials.co.uk competitors page – BYEH section. 
9.	Withdrawals:  by Friday 22nd July to admin@burghaminternationalhorsetrials.co.uk 
10.	Starting Times:  on the Burgham International website on Monday 25th July by 6pm
11.	Conflict of Interest: Within the equestrian community there may be times when conflicts occur. For guidance, it has been determined that a perceived/potential conflict of interest could arise in the event that an appointed judge has a previous or current connection to a horse entered in the competition. Examples of such connections and interests include, but not limited to, the following. The judge has; bred or previously owned the horse or acted as an agent in its sale; previously competed, trained or kept the horse at livery; previously or currently had a financial or other interest in the horse. In the event that a judge/owner/rider (or their agent) knows of, or should know of, any potential and/or perceived conflict of interest in a horse entered in the competition they must declare this to the Organiser as soon as it is known. Steps will be taken to manage it as practically as possible. Any potential conflicts will be written and displayed next to the scoreboard. Conflicts at the Final will be avoided and managed by Burghley Horse Trials. 
12.	It is a condition of entry that all riders, owners, grooms, and their connections/relatives, must conduct themselves and communicate in a respectful manner towards the public, officials, and all other parties present or entered in the competition. Such behaviour includes respect for the Judges and their decisions, which are final.  Offensive behaviour, and/or other violations of this condition, may lead to sanctions such as disqualification and future bans.

DISCLAIMER:  
Save for death or personal injury caused by the negligence of the Organisers or anyone for whom they are in law responsible, neither the Organisers, Burgham Horse Trials Ltd., British Eventing, FEI, employee or representative of these bodies accepts any liability for any accident, loss, damage, injury, illness to horses, owners, riders, grooms, spectators, dogs, exhibitors, land, cars, their contents and accessories, or any other person or property whatsoever, whether caused by their negligence, breach of contract or in any other way whatsoever.

JUDGING
SECTION I
(30 marks)	Dressage Test (60m x 20m) Arena
Marks will not be awarded for individual movements but the test will be marked for general impression and overall performance.
TEST
To be ridden from memory
A	Enter in working trot
From X proceed directly to
M	Working trot
C	Serpentine 3 loops each loop to go to side of the arena finishing at A
F X H	Change rein showing some lengthened strides
(Not required for 4 year olds)
Between H&C	Working canter right
C	Circle right 20m diameter
M X K	Change rein with transition to trot between X and K
Between K&A	Working canter left
A	Circle left 20m diameter
Between A&F	Working trot
Between F&B	Medium walk
B 	Half 20m circle left in free walk on a long rein to E
E 	Directly to A - leave arena free walk on a long rein

To be followed immediately by:

SECTION II
(40 marks)	Jumping. NO time will be allowed between these sections for any adjustment to tack or rider’s dress. Maximum height of fences 0.90m (4 years) 1.05m (5 years).  Fall of horse or rider or a total of 3 refusals will result in elimination.
Note: fence height at Final 1.00m (4 years) and 1.10m (5 years).
	
SECTION III
(10 marks)	Gallop: immediately after the jumping the 5 year old horses will be required to gallop. The 4 year olds will only be required to lengthen the canter indicating they could learn to gallop with further development and maturity.   

	
SECTION IV
(20 Marks)	Conformation (12 marks) and Quality (8 marks) 

	Note: in the event of equality of marks after all four sections, the jumping mark will take precedence.  Should this still produce equality of marks, the highest mark attained in the gallop section followed by the dressage section will be the deciding factor.