Zone 9 Dressage Championships
Hosted By Calliope Pony Club
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY /
RESERVATION OF RIGHTS :
The organisers reserve the right
To cancel any class or event
To divide any class
To alter the advertised times
To refuse any entry, with or without stating the
To transfer competitors between sections of a
To combine classes if less than 3 competitors
PCAQ Rules. All riders must be current PCAQ
Members and show Membership card if requested.
All riders compete at their own risk
PCAQ approved uniform must be worn in
competition and at trophy presentation.
Disrespect to judges or officials, bad language
or abuse of horse may incur disqualification.
Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Preferably
should be left at owner’s vehicle
Led riders must be led from the shoulder of the
the organising committee not the PCAQ Inc accepts any liability for any
accident, damage, injury or illness to horses, owners, ground officials,
spectators or any other persons or property whatsoever.
are published in the latest PCAQ Dressage and Combined Training Rulebook revised
1st January 2019.
tests taken from the PCAQ Official Dressage Book of Tests 2019.
cards are required for all riders in Official Classes. This includes 10 &
12 years and under and must be handed to organisers prior to commencement of
Horse Rule applies : A rider may ride two official horses in same class.
classes may be ridden in any PCAQ approved saddle as per the “2019 Uniform and
Saddlery Rules for Gear Check”.
must be made to the Secretary of the event, in writing and accompanied by a $50
deposit, not later than half an hour after the happening that gave rise to the
protest. The deposit is forfeited unless the protest is upheld or it is decided
that there were good and reasonable grounds for the lodging of a protest.
of the Appeals Committee may not take into account any unofficial advice or
observations from persons who are not members of the Appeals Committee, or
anything they know beforehand of the competitors or their horses. The Appeals
Committee shall comprise of the Technical Delegate/Judge in chief (where one is
appointed), Chief Steward for the event and Chief Dressage Judge.
In the event of horse movement restrictions, each
participant will be responsible for the care, maintenance, and cost of their
horse/horses, including and not limited to feeding, watering and vert costs for
the time of the restrictions.