Course Brook – Summer Schooling Horse Trials
Sunday, July 28th
Opening Date: June 18th
Early Bird Speical: July 16th
Closing Date: July 23rd – Entries must be RECEIVED by closing date!
*entries postmarked by July 16th only $125.00
*entries received by July 23rd: $150.00
Late Entries: accepted if space allows. $40.00 late fee
Changes made to an entry after the closing date: $25.00 change fee
Entry Form: to be posted
Event Secretary: Erin Keehan
Email entries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
XC Courses are professionally designed by John Williams, a USEF and FEI liscenced official.
|DIVISION||DRESSAGE TEST||SHOW JUMPING||CROSS COUNTRY|
|Modified/Training||2018 USEF Modified Test A||3’5”||3’3”|
|Training||2018 USEF Training Test A||3’3”||3’3”|
|Novice||2018 USEF Novice Test A||2’11”||2’11”|
|Beginner Novice||2018 USEF Beginner Novice Test B||2’7”||2’7”|
|Advanced Elementary||2018 USEF Beginner Novice Test A||2’3”||2’3”|
|Elementary||2019 USDF Intro Test C||2’||2’|
|Pre-Elementary||2019 USDF Intro Test A||18” cross rails||18”|
What are the Advanced Elementary, Elementary and Pre-Elementary courses like?
- Pre-Elementary takes place in a field where the entire course is visible and consists of 6-9 jumps, all small logs 18″ and under.
- Elementary takes place out on the cross country course but has no water at all and is primarily made up of logs with perhaps one or two other jump types. Elementary consists of 7-10 jumping efforts of 2′ or less.
- Advanced Elementary has a track similar to Beginner Novice but water is an option (Beginner Novice usually has flagged water but not always) and the jumps are smaller. AE consists of 7-10 jumping efforts including logs and other jumps such as coops and roll tops, all 2’3″ or less.
Angela Hasz – email@example.com; (336) 549-4400