- Published: Sunday, 24 November 2013 10:06
Eventing Qualifying Rally
(This will be a qualifying rally for the 2015 Championships)
Volunteers: One adult for each competitor is expected to volunteer a half day shift for the cross country phase. Sign up for rally tasks at Eventing Rally Volunteer Signup
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USPC - Eventing Website
- Eventing Rally Volunteer Signup
- USPC Chaperone Rules / Duties Form
- Coaching Guideline and Form for Eventing
- Please see below for 2014 Championships Qualifying Criteria
Fill the above forms and mail them to:
For More Information, Contact Rally Organizers:
2014 USPC Championships Eventing Qualifying Information
USPC Handbook and Rules for Eventing 2011
- Beginner Novice Rallies: C1 - A: 12 years of age or older
- Novice Rallies: C1 - A : 12 years of age or older
- Training Rallies: C1 - A: 13 years of age or older
- Preliminary Rallies: C1 - A: 14 years of age or older
Article 40 -- USPC Championships
1. USPC Championships are currently recognized by USEA/USEF. A Championships competition at any level is just that: a Championships. One must qualify for Championships competition and be experienced in order to compete successfully.
2. For Championships, each riding competitor MUST fill out, completely, including all signatures on the back, a USEA entry (not required for team Stable Manager) and a copy of the Competitor Information form. Requirements in the current USPC Eventing Rulebook are considered MINIMUM for all levels of Rally participation. Clubs and/or Regions may make additional requirements. Our aim must be to educate and bring along riders.
3. To qualify for Championships, riders must have two signed qualifying affidavits, one from a USPC Rally and one from a USEF/USEA or comparable* competition (see Appendix 13). These competitions must be at the level a rider is planning to show at Championships. Rider must have completed both competitions without elimination. One competition must be clear of any cross country jumping penalties and the other may have no more than 20 cross country jumping penalties.
*"Comparable" means an unrecognized Horse Trial held at the site of a sanctioned Horse Trial, where the construction and dimensions of the cross-country fences have been approved by a USEF-licensed Eventing Technical Delegate or Eventing Judge. This MUST be approved by the USPC Eventing Committee Chair.
4. Competitor and horse must qualify as a horse/rider combination.