Entries open through Nominate Competition Details (nominate.com.au)
SATURDAY 16thJanuary 2021
2 rings of Interschool SHOW JUMPING
Tarrone Lane Tarrone Hosted By
Macarthur Pony Club
The competition is open to students in Years Prep -12
The age categories are:
2021 Primary (Years PREP – 6), 2021 Secondary (Years 7- 12)
ISJ1 Primary 30cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ2 Primary 45cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ3 Primary 60cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ4 Primary 80cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ5 Primary 90cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ6 Secondary 45cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ7Secondary 60cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ8 Secondary 75cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ9 Secondary 90cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ10 Secondary 100cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
ISJ11 Secondary 110cm “TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2)
All attendees must on entering agree to follow the COVID 19 rules and scan the QR code upon arrival
SATURDAY INTERSCHOOL SHOWJUMPING ALL CHAMPIONS AWARDED RUGS PRIZES TO 6TH PLACE
“TWO PHASE” ARTICLE 274 (5.3) A competition comprising two phases run without interruption. The finishing line for the first phase is the starting line for the second phase. There will be eight or nine fences in the first phase, and four, five or six fences in the second phase including one combination. Competitors incurring a penalty in the first phase, or exceeding the time allowed, will be halted by the bell after completing the first phase. Competitors will be placed according to penalties and time in the second phase and, if necessary, to their penalties and time in the first phase.
“GRAND PRIX” ARTICLE 261 (5.2) The competition consists of two rounds, plus a Jump-Off for a limited number of riders. ROUND 1 All riders take part in Round One with ten, eleven or twelve obstacles, including at least one combination. The “Time Allowed” is calculated using a speed of 275m/min for “Freshman”, 300 m/min for “Improvers”, “Progressive” and “Intermediates” and 325 m/min for “Advanced” & “Stars”. Time penalties apply if the “Time Allowed” is exceeded (1 penalty per four seconds or part thereof). The “Time Limit” is twice the “Time Allowed”. Any rider exceeding the “Time Limit” is eliminated.
ROUND 2 All riders, including those who were eliminated or who retired during Round One, may take part in Round Two. Riders ride the same course with the same obstacles (excepting that the number of obstacles in Round Two may be reduced to a minimum of eight) in the same draw order as for Round One, excepting that all obstacles in Round Two are raised 5cm. Time penalties again apply. JUMP-OFF All riders who have ridden two clear rounds take part in the Jump-Off, plus all others with the least number of penalties so that at least 25% of the field participate. The Jump-Off will consist of a minimum of six obstacles, including a combination. All obstacles in the Jump-Off are raised a further 5cm. Riders in the Jump-Off, may be asked to ride in reverse order to their aggregate penalties and, if on equal penalties, to their time incurred in Round Two. PLACINGS Riders who take part in the Jump-Off, are placed according to their aggregate penalties, including their penalties in Round One and Round Two which are carried forward into the Jump-Off, and, if on equal penalties, to their time incurred in the Jump-Off. The remaining riders are placed according to their aggregate penalties in Round One and Round Two and, if on equal penalties, to their time incurred in Round Two. Rules of Competition
Eligibility and Insurance
• This competition is affiliated with Equestrian Australia (EA).
• This competition is open to all currently enrolled primary and secondary school students. A current EA
number, PCAV number or letter from your school stating you are covered under their insurance, is required for insurance purposes.
• EA Rules apply, these can be found at www.equestrian.org.au or www.vic.equestrian.org.au
• No Stallions or Rigs are permitted at any VEIS Interschool Competition.
• Schools must nominate a suitably experienced Team Manager. Team Managers are responsible for gear
checks. Inappropriate gear will result in elimination.
• All riders must be currently enrolled at the school they are representing and must be accompanied by an
• All riders must wear currently approved EA helmets (EA Helmet rules updated 19th October 2016) and riding boots while mounted. School equestrian uniform including white, beige, fawn or banana jodhpurs must be worn in all competition and for presentations. Jackets are permitted for Advanced and Stars.
• No riders other than those competing are allowed to ride on the grounds.
• One horse, one rider rule applies. Riders may ride more than one horse.
• Classes may run later or earlier than advertised. Riders are expected to be aware of changes to times and
report accordingly. Riders who do not report in time to ride in their draw order may be eliminated.
• A $10 administration fee will be deducted from all scratching’s. After closing date, as per EA rules, a vet/doctor certificate is required for return of entry money, less $10 administration fee.
• Any rider deemed to be riding in an incorrect grade will be eliminated.
• All appeals must be lodged by the Team Manager on the official form available from the organising
committee, no later than 30 minutes after the incident, accompanied by $50, which will only be refunded if
the protest is upheld. All appeals will be considered by the Jury of Appeal on the day.
• All riders must provide own numbers as per the draw, and these must be worn on both sides of the bridle or saddle cloth.
• The Committee reserves the right to alter or delete any event, and refuse entry with or without a reason.
• All riders must present at the secretary’s office before they compete on the day. Individual and Team Scores
• Ribbons will be awarded to 6th place in each class.
• Points will be allocated in the TWO-PHASE Class from 10 points for 1st down to 1 point for 10th, and in the GRAND PRIX Class from 20 points for 1st down to 2 points for 10th. Points scored in the two classes applicable to each level will be aggregated and rosettes will be awarded to the Champion and Reserve Champion in each Level (Rider must compete in both classes at their level to be eligible for the Championship). In the event of an equality of points, points earned in the Grand Prix will decide the winner.
• Best 3 scores will be taken from each school. Sash/rosette will be awarded for overall winning school team.
• In the case of equality with Team Score, the aggregate of the 3 individual Scores in the GP will be used.
$45 per combination only 1 class per combination
Limited yards available $20 for weekend or $15 per day
Camping $5 BYO yards welcome
Dinner Saturday night $15 Adults $10 Kids
inc dessert pre booking essential
All attendees must on entering agree to follow the COVID 19
rules and scan the QR code upon arrival
SATURDAY INTERSCHOOL SHOWJUMPING
CLASS RIBBONS 1ST TO 6TH
ALL CHAMPIONS AWARDED RUGS
RESERVE CHAMPIONS SADDLE BLANKETS
PRIZES AND RIBBONS TO 6TH PLACE
SUNDAY PRIZES FOR ALL 1ST PLACE GETTERS
RIBBONS 1ST TO 6TH PLACE
SUNDAY SHOW JUMPING
SHOW JUMPING -
Classes J1 - J6 are Graham Henty-Anderson Show Jumping Shield qualifying rounds.
All clear rounds will jump off for Pony club showjumping J1-J6
NO ENTRIES TAKEN ON THE DAY
ALL ROUNDS WILL HAVE A TIME
Class O 30 Open Jump 30cm – 250mpm (under 12 yrs only) Optimum time
Class .0 40 Open jump 40 cm - 250mpm (under 17yrs only) Optimum time
Class J7. F Grade 250 mpm One round 250mpm Optimum time
Class J1. F Grade 250 mpm Article 238.2.2
Class O 50 Open jump 50 cm -250mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J8. E Grade 250 mpm One round 250mpm Optimum time
Class J2. E Grade 250 mpm Article 238.2.2
Class O 60. Open jump 60 cm - 250mpm Article 238.2.2
Class O 70. Open jump 70 cm - 250mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J3. D Grade 250 mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J9. D Grade 250 mpm Two phase Article 274 (5.3)
Class O 80. Open jump 80cm 300mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J4. C Grade 300 mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J10. C Grade 300 mpm Two phase Article 274 (5.3)
Class O 90. Open jump 90cm -325mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J5. B Grade 325 mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J10. B Grade 325 mpm Two phase Article 274 (5.3)
Class O 100. Open jump 100cm -325mpm Article 238.2.2
Class O 104. Open jump 104cm -325mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J6. A Grade 325 mpm Article 238.2.2
Class J11. A Grade 325 mpm Two phase Article 274 (5.3)
Class O 110. Open jump 110cm -325mpm Article 238.2.
Canteen available all day both days