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Lexington CRI5*

Lexington, KY CRI 5* April 28-30, 2011 Kentucky Horse Park - Lexington, KY Organizing Committee Equestrian Events, Inc. Together with HorsePower, Inc. 720-982-3574 www.KentuckyReining.com

2011 Prize List


Competition Manager Brad Ettleman, HorsePower, Inc. President of the Organizing Committee Lisa Ball, EEI Director of Competitions Christina Gray, EEI Show Secretary Beth Ettleman, HorsePower, Inc. Press Officer: Marty Bauman, Classic Communications

Officials: President of the Ground Jury: Jury Members:

Rick Weaver (I), USA John Snobelen (4*), CAN Butch Carse (C), USA Joe Carter (I), CAN Marilyn Randall (I), USA

Equipment Judge:

Sherri Dooley (I), USA

FEI Veterinarian:

Dr. Terry Swanson, USA

Chief Steward:

Eric Straus, USA

Asst. FEI Stewards:

Megan McGee, USA TDB

Farrier:

Tom Gabel, AFA


Announcer:

Charlotte Skinner

Medical Staff:

Julia Martin, MD

Photographer:

Waltenberry, Inc.

Video:

Carr-Hughes Productions

Concessions Provided By:

Kentucky Horse Park

Entry Method: By E-mail to: Brad@HPowerInc.com By Fax: 303-592-1136 (until April 21) By Regular Mail: (until April 21) HorsePower, Inc. PO Box 8350 Denver, CO 80201 **Important – please see deadlines and other related information under the Entries section of this prize list Facility: Alltech Arena, Kentucky Horse Park

4089 Iron Works Parkway Lexington, KY USA 40511 Tel. Show Office: +1.720-982-3574

Licensee: Equestrian Events, Inc. PO Box 12110 Lexington, KY 40580 President: Lisa Ball


Tentative Schedule of Events: April 26th – first date horses may arrive at the stable area April 27th – scheduled and stewarded schooling and ride time in the Alltech Arena April 28th – scheduled and stewarded schooling and ride time in the Alltech Arena in the morning 12:00 Noon – all horses must be in the stable for the First Veterinary Inspection and FEI Passport Control 3:00pm – Horse Inspection (jog) Evening – Freestyle Rehearsal April 29th – scheduled and stewarded schooling and ride time in the Alltech Arena in the morning 6:00pm – CRI5* Followed by Awards Ceremony and Autograph Signing for Top Five Individuals and Top Three Teams April 30th – scheduled and stewarded schooling and ride time in the Alltech Arena in the morning 5:30pm – World Championship Freestyle Reining

FEI Competitions Preliminary Time-Table: Passport Control, Vet Exam and Horse Inspection 1st day (28.04.11) 2nd day (29.04.11) 6:00 pm – CRI5* 5:30 pm – Freestyle Class (USEF) 3rd day (30.04.11) TOTAL AMOUNT OF PRIZE MONEY: + value prize in kind (if applicable) Competition No. 1

Name of Class CRI5*

SECOND DAY:

DATE: 29.04.11

$50,000 USD Approx. $100 value Amount $50,000 USD

COMPETITION No 1 (18:00) CRI5* Indicate pattern to be ridden: 10 Number of horses per rider: 3 Number of go-rounds: 1 Total prize money + split-up: $50,000 USD Distribution of prize money - min. 5 per competition, distributed to 25 % of participants. **********

THIRD DAY:

DATE: 30.04.11

COMPETITION No 1 (17:30 – Follow daily session schedule for exact time) FREESTYLE (NATIONAL-LEVEL CLASS) Indicate pattern to be ridden: n/a Number of horses per rider: 3 Number of go-rounds: 1 Total prize money + split-up: $25,000 USD Distribution of prize money - min. 5 per competition, distributed to 25 % of participants. **********


Please also see the FEI DEFINITE SCHEDULES at www.KentuckyReining.com

GENERAL CONDITIONS

This event is organized in accordance with: -

FEI Statutes, 22nd edition, effective 15 April 2007, updated 21 November 2008

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FEI General Regulations, 23rd edition, effective 1st January 2009, updated 1st January 2011

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FEI Veterinary Regulations, 12th edition, effective 5th April 2010

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The Rules for Dressage Events (23rd edition, effective 1st January 2009)

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FEI Rules for Eventing, 23rd Edition, 1st January 2009, updated 12th May 2010

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The Rules for Jumping Events and its Annexes, 23rd edition, effective 1st January 2009, updated 1st January 2011

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The Rules for Reining Events, 3rd edition effective 1st January 2009

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Equine Anti-Doping and Medication Control Rules (EADMCR), 1st edition, effective 1 June 2007, updated 10 April 2008 (Please note any events taking place after 5th April 2010 will be in accordance with EADMCR, 2nd Edition, effective 5th April 2010)

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FEI Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA), 2nd edition, revision effective 1st January 2009

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All subsequent published revisions, the provisions of which will take precedence.

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An arbitration procedure is provided for in the FEI Statutes and General Regulations referred to above. In accordance with this procedure, any appeal against a decision rendered by the FEI or its official bodies is to be settled exclusively by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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It is the responsibility of NFs to ensure their participants are of the correct age.

Invitations All National Federations (NF) are invited to enter this competition. All Athletes & Horses participating in any International competition must be registered with the FEI and all horses MUST have FEI passports. Entries Entries must be complete and include the approval of their NFs. Entries in Principle: Each NF must declare their intention to send individuals. DUE: April 1, 2011. Nominated Entries: Detailed entries (using the supplied form below) with all complete information required. According to GR Art.121.8.2, the Nominated Entry may consist of a higher number of horses and competitors than the Definite Entry. Please note that the USEF Code of Conduct and the Waiver of Liability is required for all competitors. These can be submitted at the time of nominated entry, and in the event that any competitors who submit the Code of Conduct or the Waiver of Liability do not compete at the Championships, their submitted forms will be discarded. Payment of Entry Fee in full for each anticipated horse/rider combination entry in the amount of $500 USD is due at Nominated Entry. Each entry must also pay US$23 (US$15 USEF Fee, US$8 Drugs and Medication Fee) and US$35 USEF IHP fee. Participants in the Team Competition will be required to pay an additional $500 Entry Fee, using the supplied form, which shall be applied to the team competition purse.


Definite Entries: Due on April 21. 2011 The Names and competitors actually starting must be selected from the Nominated Entry List and submitted to the OC using the supplied form (below). *Please ensure that a Waiver of Liability and a USEF Code of Conduct is submitted for each athlete. All horses and riders MUST have current FEI registration and MUST include FEI registration numbers for both horses and riders with entry. All horses must have updated FEI Passports. US riders must be current members of the USEF in good standing, and all foreign riders must be in good standing with their respective NF. Only entries received through the NF will be accepted. Advertising and Publicity on Competitors and Horses The athletes ARE authorized to carry the logo of their personal or team sponsor on the shirt or saddle pad in accordance with FEI Art. 136.1-2. The Chief Steward will check that the advertising and publicity on athletes and horses complies with Article 136 of the General Regulations.

Veterinary Matters: All horses must have FEI passports*. Passports will be collected at ‘in-barns’. *Please see the Reining Definite Schedule in regards to Reining Passports All horses must wear their competition number at all times when they are outside of their stalls, this includes hand walking and grazing. All horses must have completed their ‘in-barn’ inspection by 12 noon on 28 April. Stabling will be provided in 10x10 stalls with sliding doors at the Kentucky Horse Park in Barns 22-24, which is permanent stabling. The floor is asphalt or cement so consider bringing rubber mats if your horses paw. The stabling area will be secure FEI stabling and will be access controlled. Please note that accreditation will be mandatory to enter the stabling. This is to ensure the safety and welfare of the horses. Please see FEI Veterinary Regulation 1005.2.5 for more information. The stabling fee covers horses arriving on 26 April, 2011 and leaving by 8 am on the 1 May, 2011. If any horses need to spend additional nights at the Kentucky Horse Park, competitors must notify the OC for availability. The fee is $55 per extra night and must be paid before the horses leave the Kentucky Horse Park. This will be strictly enforced. Please note: there is a possibility for non-competing horses to be stabled at the KHP. They will NOT be stabled in the FEI enclosure and may be stabled in temporary stalls. The rate will depend on the length of stay. Contact the OC to inquire. Feed, Hay, Bedding, etc. Feed, Hay and Bedding is available for purchase through Devers. Please see their website: www.deversinc.com or give them a call 859-455-9586 to make arrangements. They have an office at the KHP and provide delivery. Ice will be available on site. Please see the stable manager upon arrival for details. Show Veterinarian (Treating Veterinarian): Dr. A. Kent Allen Virginia Equine Imaging, LLC


PO Box 85, Middleburg, VA 20118, USA The numbers of the on call veterinarian will be posted in the barns and in the show/stabling office. There will be a vet on the grounds or on call at all times during competition and training hours. Any Teams who bring their own Veterinarians must register with the veterinary Panel. Please contact the OC to declare your own Vet. Each private Vet must be registered with the OC. Forms will be available at the event. You may also get one at the stable office upon arrival. This must be filled out before any horses are treated. Any team vet must be registered with the Veterinary Panel and approved by a Chef d’Equipe or Team Rep. before they will be allowed to enter the FEI stabling. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ENTRY OF HORSES Entry into the State of Kentucky: (1)

General Requirements:

(a) All horses and other equidae entering Kentucky shall be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection except horses and other equidae purchased at an approved out-of-state horse sale. Certificate shall include all tests that have been conducted as well as all vaccinations including vaccination date and type of vaccine used. (b) Attached to the Certificate of Veterinary Inspection shall be a copy of a certificate of report from a laboratory approved by the USDA showing the animal(s) to be negative to an AGID test or other USDA approved test for equine infectious anemia. (c) Horses with evidence of a contagious, infectious or communicable disease or exposure thereto shall not be eligible for entry. (2)

Horses from Texas:

The state of Texas has been affected by the detection of Equine Piroplasmosis in several counties which has caused increased regulation regarding the transport of horses from this state. Currently, and until further notice, horses arriving to Kentucky and the Park for shows and events from Texas will be required to test negative for “Piro” (Equine Piroplasmosis/T. equigenitalis). Any horses arriving from Texas without a negative test will be denied entry.* All other requirements remain the same in regard to EIA (coggins) and health certificates. For complete and up to date information, please visit: http://www.kyagr.com/statevet/equine/ Please annex specimen import licenses (for Laboratory Health Tests), which will be applied to horses attending this event. In case of doubts or problems, please contact the FEI Veterinary Department as soon as possible. EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATIONS, FEI VET REGS Appendix VI All horses for which an FEI Passport or a National Passport approved by the FEI has been issued must have the vaccination section of the passport completed by a veterinarian. They must have at least received an initial course of two vaccinations, given between 21 and 92 days apart. Thereafter, a third dose (referred to as the first booster) must be given within 6 months + 21 days after the date of administration of the second primary dose, with at least annual boosters given subsequently (i.e. within one year of the last dose). If the horse is scheduled to take part in an FEI competition, the last booster must have been given within 6 months + 21 days of arrival at the FEI event. (The 21 day window has been provided to enable vaccination requirements to fit in with the competition schedule). No vaccination shall be given within 7 days of the day of arrival at the FEI event. *Please note, the turn around on the Piro test can take two weeks, so plan ahead. The KY State vet checks papers at the entrance of the park.


MEDICATION CONTROL LABORATORY Name: USEF Laboratory 22 Thornwood Dr. Ithaca, NY 14850 Telephone: 607/266-0328

Fax:

607/266-9158

FEI CLEAN SPORT The FEI has implemented a new Clean Sport Initiative and part of this is focused on stable access and accreditation. Please be mindful of this and understand that we have to operate within the FEI rules in regards to stable access. There are many places on the venue where no accreditation is required and athletes, parents, guests, etc all have access.

Please make sure to visit www.feicleansport.org for updated information about Clean Sport and consult the USEF Drugs and Medications page http://www.usef.org/_IFrames/Drugs/Default.aspx for the most current information. WELFARE OF THE HORSE The following Code of Conduct was elaborated by the FEI for all people involved in the welfare of competing horses. The purpose is to ensure the health and welfare of horses participating under FEI Rules and Regulations and protecting the good image of the equestrian sport. To achieve the widest possible publicity it must be included in the Schedules and it is recommended that it also be included in the Programmes of all major international events.

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE WELFARE OF THE HORSE The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) expects all those involved in international equestrian sport to adhere to the FEI’s Code of Conduct and to acknowledge and accept that at all times the welfare of the horse must be paramount and must never be subordinated to competitive or commercial influences. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

At all stages during the preparation and training of competition horses, welfare must take precedence over all other demands. This includes good horse management, training methods, farriery and tack, and transportation. Horses and athletes must be fit, competent and in good health before they are allowed to compete. This encompasses medication use, surgical procedures that threaten welfare or safety, pregnancy in mares and the misuse of aids. Events must not prejudice horse welfare. This involves paying careful attention to the competition areas, ground surfaces, weather conditions, stabling, site safety and fitness of the horse for onward travel after the event. Every effort must be made to ensure that horses receive proper attention after they have competed and that they are treated humanely when their competition careers are over. This covers proper veterinary care, competition injuries, euthanasia and retirement. The FEI urges all involved with the sport to attain the highest levels of education in their areas of expertise.


Athlete Drug Testing Information – Frequently Asked Questions Riders can be drug tested, not just horses? Yes, as an athlete competing under FEI rules, you (the human) are subject to in-competition drug testing. Are you an asthmatic and use an inhaler? Do you have ADD or ADHD? Do you take daily medication? The first step is to determine if the medication is permitted or prohibited. The prohibited substances list can be found here: http://www.wada-ama.org/rtecontent/document/2010_Prohibited_List_FINAL_EN_Web.pdf If you are taking a prohibited substance, contact Sara Ike immediately. You may be eligible for a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) form, or a Declaration of Use (DOU).These forms must be submitted at least 21 days before you plan to compete in an FEI level competition, so it is advisable to submit your TUE or DOU at least 30 days prior to competition. If you have any questions concerning USADA, drug testing, or the process of submitting a TUE or DOU, please contact Sara Ike at sara.ike@usef.org, or 908.326.1164.

Getting to the Kentucky Horse Park: The Kentucky Horse Park is conveniently located at the intersection of I-64 and I-75 at 4089 Iron Works Pkwy. The Bluegrass Airport is a regional airport 15-20 minutes from the Kentucky Horse Park, Cincinnati and Louisville are bigger, international airports and both located just over an hour from the Horse Park. Both Bluegrass and Louisville accept horse flights. Getting Around the Kentucky Horse Park: The Kentucky Horse Park (KHP) is a busy place in the summer and especially the week during the Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event. The following rules and regulations must be adhered to in order to ensure that everyone stays safe and has a fair competition. 1. Please obey all posted signs. 2. Once you arrive at the park, please check in at the Reining Stable office to received Parking Hangtags and Credentials to access the KHP. Starting Thursday, April 28, you will not be allowed to enter the park without credentials. 3. No camping in or near any of the barns (call 859.459.7275 for camping) 4. Golf carts and Mopeds are not allowed on the KHP during the week of the Ariat Kentucky Reining Cup. 5. The following USEF rule applies to anyone driving a golf cart at a USEF Licensed competition: GR1301.7 Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense. Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with Chapter 6. Wheelchairs and


other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. 6. All DOGS must be on a leash (not to exceed 6 feet in length) or suitably restrained in a tack stall/cage etc. Loose animals/ animals left in vehicles in distress, etc. can and will be removed from the grounds at the owner’s expense. The Organizing Committee will charge $100 per loose dog which will go directly to the OC. 7. Competitors must comply with contracted ship-in and ship-out dates. All competitors must ship-out by 8:00 am the day after the competition unless layover stabling permission has been granted. 8. All non-emergency problems or special requests must be relayed through show management to ensure prompt attention. 10. The KHP is not responsible for any deliveries to an event or event participant. Receiving party must be present when delivery is expected. KHP mail service personnel will try to assist if conditions allow, however, any delivery/package may be refused/returned to sender, etc at any time without notification. The KHP charges shipping and handling charges for any package received on park ground. 12. As of May 15, 2006, The Kentucky Horse Park will not allow the following inside of barns or tents, which will be enforced by the Fire Marshall: • any 2-wire appliances • any 2-wire extension cords • light duty cords for indoor use • any 3-way adaptors unless specifically made for outdoors • any adaptors without 3-wire connections • any cut or damaged cords • THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO ALCOHOL ALLOWED IN THE NAJYRC STABLING AT ANY TIME. THIS APPLIES TO EVERYONE. • Event Management is responsible for notifying/ making available all Park rules/regulations to participants in their event. Included but not limited to Exhibitors, Officials and Volunteers. Please help us be sticking to the guidelines in this prize list! IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING CROSS-COUNTRY COURSE: Under penalty of elimination from any discipline, absolutely NO ACCESS to the Cross-Country Course is available. This will be strongly enforced, please pay close attention to all marked signs and official notices. Places for hacking will be made available, but please ask if you are not sure. This is hugely important to protect the course for the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event. Meals: Riders and Grooms will be provided one meal a day with a Meal Ticket. Additional meal tickets are available for purchase from the OC. Meetings and Press Conferences: The top riders from each competition daily should be prepared to meet the press following the completion of their competition. A schedule will be provided. Where to Stay and What to Do: Lexington, KY is a busy place so please ensure that you book hotel rooms for teams and support staff as soon as possible. All of these hotels are within 10 minutes of the Kentucky Horse Park. There is camping available at the Kentucky Horse Park, arrangements can made directly through them: (800) 370-6416. Make sure when making any reservations you say you are part of the Rolex group. Marriott Griffin Gate Resort 1800 Newtown Pike


Lexington, KY 40511 (859) 231-5100 Phone Rate: $99/night Embassy Suites 1801 Newtown Pike Lexington, KY 40511 (859) 455-5000 Phone Rate: $129/night Holiday Inn North 1950 Newtown Pike Lexington, KY 40511 (859) 233-0512 Phone Rate: $81/night Four Points Sheraton 1938 Stanton Way Lexington, KY 40511 (859) 259-1311 Phone Rates: $85/night Hyatt Regency Lexington 401 West High Street Lexington, KY 40507 (859) 253-1234 Phone Rates: $115/night Hilton Garden Inn Georgetown 110 Grandstrand Drive Georgetown, KY 40324 (502) 863-0099 Phone Rates: $94/night Please visit: www.visitlex.com to check out what else is going on in Lexington, KY during the summer. Kentucky Farm Tours will be available of some of the top thoroughbred farms in the world. More information can be found at the concierge desk at your hotel.

Team Competition Terms & Conditions 1) 2) 3) 4)

All FEI Rules shall apply. All horses and riders must be FEI registered for the 2011 competition year All horses and riders must be fully registered and recorded with the USEF (if applicable) All international athletes and horses must be entered by their home NF using the standard CRI nominating process 5) All horses must be presented for the FEI Horse Inspection (jog) 6) The order of go for the CRI5* will be conducted according to the FEI rules for team competitions a. Individuals without a team will draw first for a starting position within the field


b. Teams will then draw for starting positions according to the FEI Rules for team competition c. No later than one hour after the completion of the draw, an official team captain or chef d’equipe will submit the team’s working order in the show office. 7) Teams will be built as follows: a. In order to form a team, each team must be sponsored by an entity which will grant its name to the team (i.e. – Team HorsePower) and will be given the benefits associated with a Corporate Sponsor at the Kentucky Reining Cup. A separate sponsorship agreement will be issued. b. Teams will have three riders each with all scores to count in the team standings and team total. c. Teams will be built at will, in advance of the competition and according to these two additional restrictions: i. Each team may have only one (1) Level 4 Open Rider ii. Teams may fill the remaining two seats as they deem necessary, so long as the FEI rules for a CRI are adhered in all ways. d. Teams who elect to grant positions to Amt. Riders (see definite of an Amt. Rider below) will also gain the benefit of handicap points. Those points are as follows: i. Level 4 Non Pro Rider – 1 handicap point added to the total score at the end of the run ii. Level 3 Non Pro Rider – 1.5 handicap points added to the total score at the end of the run iii. Level 2 Non Pro Rider – 2.0 handicap points added to the total score at the end of the run iv. Level 1 Non Pro Rider – 2.5 handicap points added to the total score at the end of the run e. Teams may elect to have one Amt. Rider, more than one Amt. Rider, or no Amt. Riders based on the above outline. 8) Entry in the CRI5* Individual is required to compete in the team competition as it is only one run/one go. 9) All ties will be broken according to the FEI Rules. 10) Riders in the top of the final placings are required to attend an autograph signing after the awards 11) Deadlines: all deadlines must be met fully according to FEI Rules a. Nominations (each rider can nominate multiple horses): 4/1/11 Entry fees due at this time b. Definite Entries (each rider can definitely enter one of their nominated horses): 4/27/11 c. Substitutions: Made according to the FEI Rules with the last day for subs on the same day as the jog. 4/28/11 12) Prize Money: a. Individual Competition = $50,000 b. Team Competition = $50,000* plus jackpotted funds from entry fees (see below) *pending continuing sales efforts for sponsorships, include team sponsors

13) Entry Fees: a. CRI5* Individual Entry = $500 (includes 1 stall), $15 USEF Fee, $35 IHP Fee, $8 Drug Fee per horse b. Team Competition Entry = $500 per horse with 100% jackpotted to the team competition purse


14) Entry Forms and supporting documents will be made available in the prize list, which will be available in short order and distributed by USEF and HorsePower, Inc. as well as posted on the event website. Definition of an Amateur:

USEF Rule: GR1306 Amateur Status. 1. Regardless of one’s equestrian skills and/or accomplishments, a person is an amateur for all competitions conducted under Federation rules who after his/her 18th birthday, as defined in GR101, has not engaged in any of the following activities which would make him/her a professional. Exception: In the Reining Division, amateur status will be determined per Reining Division Non Pro Conditions; see amateur status RN105. Š USEF 2011

USEF Rule RN 105: http://www.usef.org/documents/ruleBook/2011/22-RN.pdf page 10 of 25. (This rule reads similar to the current NRHA Rules on Non Pro Eligibility for those who are familiar with NRHA competitions).

For more information: Event website: www.KentuckyReining.com Or contact:

Brad Ettleman, HorsePower, Inc. Office: 720.982.3574 E-mail: brad@hpowerinc.com (best and most preferred method) Map of Show Grounds:

http://kyhorsepark.com/visitor-information/interactive-maps-of-the-park/ Directions to the Show Grounds: http://mapq.st/h2kXRo

EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH. All questions not covered in these rules and regulations shall be decided by the show management whose decision shall be final. Every horse entered for competition will comply with the rules of the horse show management, but management will, in no case, be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur, and it shall be condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold this horse show and the officials and employees of the show blameless for any loss or accident to his horse, employees, equipment, which may occur from sickness, fire or otherwise. The management reserves the right to refuse, accept conditionally, or to cancel any entries, disqualify any riders or exhibitors, prohibit entries and cancel award prizes without claims for damages; to cancel or combine unfilled classes, or to reschedule classes after due notice to exhibitors; to change rings or rotate judges.


Exhibitors are notified that any act of discourtesy or disobedience to the judges or officials, on the part of the owner, manager, rider, or groom shall disqualify the horse, and the owner shall forfeit his entry fee and other fees. Show management reserves to itself the power to prohibit any person from attending or showing a horse in the ring and to remove any groom or horse from the show without being liable for compensation. In accordance with the 1989 Federal Waste Tracking Act, which restricts the disposal of medical waste, bio-hazardous medical waste containers will be provided in the stable area. All exhibitors and their agents are responsible for the proper disposal of this waste. No person will be allowed in the show ring during the time of judging except the exhibitor and those having official or requested duties to perform. It is the tradition of the show that riders be correctly attired for the class in question, that attendants be neatly dressed and the horses properly presented. Management may in its discretion bar any person from entering the ring if not suitable presented to appear before an audience.

USEF MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level or above and Combined Driving Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and Vaulting Competitions and Endurance Rides. A nonmember may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon payment of a $30 nonmember registration fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the Requirements of this rule: 1) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk trot and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions. 8) Opportunity classes, 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10) USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes. Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense. Penalities may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with Rule 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. VENUE: Indoors COMPETITION ARENA: Dimensions: TRAINING ARENA: Dimensions: STABLES: Size of boxes FOOTING:

44.2 meters by 76.2 meters 27.43 meters by 54.86 meters 3.04 m x 3.04 m and 3.65 m x 3.65 m 70% Sand, 25% Clay/Loam Mix, 5% Bio-Material

EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH.


Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*) Lexington, Kentucky, USA April 28 - April 30, 2011 NOMINATED ENTRIES

The ____________________________________________________________________ (National Federation) intends to send __________ entries and nominates the following competitors to participate: COMPETITOR NAME

HORSE NAME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Chef d’Equipe: (not required) E-mail Address: Phone:

Fax:

Signature: Print Name:

Date:

This form must be sent directly to the representative of the OC on or before the Nominated Entry Deadline of April 1, 2011: Brad Ettleman: Brad@HPowerInc.com Fax: +1-720-982-3574; HorsePower, Inc., PO Box 8350 Denver, CO, 80201 This form must be accompanied by a check or money order for the balance of the fees: $500.00 per competitor, plus US $15 USEF (NF) Fee, and US $35 USEF International High Performance fee, US $8 USEF Drugs and Medication Fee. Total per horse: $558.00 Checks made payable to Equestrian Events, Inc. Swift Transfers are available with a service fee of $50. Credit Card transactions are available with a 4% service fee.


Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*) Lexington, Kentucky, USA April 28 - April 30, 2011 DEFINITE ENTRIES *Use one form per horse/rider combination*

The ____________________________________________________________________ (National Federation) Enters the following riders and horses in the Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*).

This form must be given directly to the President of the OC in the show office on or before the Definite Entry Deadline of April 27, 2011.

COMPETITOR: (Use Exact Name as it Appears on FEI Registration) Last name:

First name:

Email Address: Home Address: Nationality: Date of Birth: FEI 2011 Registration Number (Required): NF Membership Number: Accomplishments:

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Gender:


Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*) Lexington, Kentucky, USA April 28 - April 30, 2011 DEFINITE ENTRIES (Continued) *Use one form per horse/rider combination*

HORSE: (Must Have Been Previously Nominated on the Official Form by the Nominated Entry Deadline) IMPORTANT – All Information Must Match FEI Passport Exactly, and from no other source of registration or recording for this particular horse. Name: Color:

Breed: Sex:

Age (year foaled):

FEI 2011 Registration/Passport Number (Required): NF Recording/Registration Number: Sire:

Dam:

Passport #:

Country of Birth:

Owner: Owner City/State:

Accomplishments:

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Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*) Lexington, Kentucky, USA April 28 - April 30, 2011 DEFINITE ENTRIES (Continued) *Use one form per horse/rider combination* Groom:

Chef d’Equipe: (not required) Chef Signature: Chef Email Address: Chef Address: Chef Phone:

Fax:

Official Team Coach: (not required) Coach Email Address: Coach Address:

Individual Coaches: Name:

___

Email Address: Address: Phone/Fax

All competitors and horses are 2011 FEI Registered and Members in good standing with the National Federation.

(Signature) Print Name: (Page 3 of 5)

Date:


Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*) Lexington, Kentucky, USA April 28 - April 30, 2011 REINING STABLING FORM (Check) = I am an existing patron of this event, or by checking this box will become a patron of this event. Patronship includes stall fees among many other benefits like access to the VIP area, food and drink. For more information, contact Brad Ettleman at 720-982-3574 or by e-mail to Brad@HPowerInc.com

Stabling fees for one horse per competitor are included in the total entry fee. This fee includes a portion of an additional stall for tack and feed. If additional stalls for horses or tack are required the additional fees (@ $250 per stall) must be included with the definite entries. Should stabling become limited, competition horses will have priority.

_________ Number of competition horses _________ Number of additional tack stalls @ US $250.00 _________ Total number of stalls required

EARLY ARRIVALS

Stabling will be available at The Colorado Horse Park from April 26th. Early arrivals (prior to April 26 ) must contact the discipline manager, Brad Ettleman to make arrangements, (720) 982-3574. Cost will be US $55.00 per night. Practice facilities for early arrivals will be very limited but available depending on footing preparations. th

ENTRY NAME ARRIVAL DATE DEPARTURE DATE TYPE OF TRANSPORT NOTE: ALL STALLS MUST BE LEFT CLEAN OF GARBAGE. PASSPORTS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNTIL STALLS HAVE BEEN CHECKED BY THE BARN MANAGER AND ANY BALANCE IS FULLY PAID*

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Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*) Lexington, Kentucky, USA April 28 - April 30, 2011 WAIVER OF LIABLITY FORM (Page 5 of 5) Neither the 2011 Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*), Equestrian Events, Inc., HorsePower Productions, LLC, Rolex Kentucky three-Day Event, the USEF, the FEI nor the organizing committee, officials, or owners of the Kentucky Horse Park, sponsors, nor any of its staff or agents, shall be in any way liable for any accident, injury, damage, loss, or for any other matter that may happen, from any cause or circumstances whatsoever, to exhibitors, competitors or members or their agents or to any one on the show grounds or to any animal or article exhibited or for any other property brought on the show grounds or any other loss, claim, matter, circumstance or event whatever in connection with or arising out of are attributable to the show or any journey to or from the show. It is to be understood and agreed that under no circumstance shall the 2011 Kentucky Reining Cup, the organizing committee, officials, its owners, agents, sponsors, owners the Kentucky Horse Park, Commonwealth of Kentucky or employees be liable for any loss, damages, claims or costs occasioned or suffered by any exhibitor, competitor, member or their agents, directly or indirectly how so ever arising, including without limitation, losses, damages, claims or costs as a result of the 2011 Kentucky Reining Cup, its owners, agents and employees from and against any and all liability arising out of any such loss, damages, claims or costs. Federation Entry Agreement By entering a Federation-licensed Competition and signing this entry blank as the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Longeur and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules of The United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) and the local rules of the Kentucky Reining Cup. I agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and of the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the Rules, and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/or the Competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cable - casts, broadcasts, internet, film, new media or other likenesses of me and my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Federation rules are governed by the laws of the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR908.4 Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver, and Indemnification This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing. I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this Competition to the following: I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while at the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at this competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all FEI and USEF applicable rules and all terms and provisions of this Release for the CRI5*. Furthermore, by signing, I agree to the terms and conditions of the FEI Code of Conduct for athletes and agents for the sport. Rider (mandatory) Signature: ________________________________________________________________ Print Name: ________________

_______________________

Date: ________________________

Is Rider a U.S. Citizen: _____Yes _____No Owner/Agent (mandatory) Signature: _______________________________________________________________________ Print Name: ________________

_______________________

Date: ________________________

Parent/Guardian Signature: (Required if Rider is a minor) ________________________________ Print Parent//Guardian Name:________________________________________________Date:__ _____________________________ Emergency Contact Phone No: _______________________________________________________________________ The above form is to be completed and must accompany the Definite Entry. All owners and competitors are personally responsible for damages to third parties caused by themselves, their employees, their agents or their horses. They are therefore strongly advised to take out third-party insurance providing full coverage for participation in equestrian events at home and abroad, and to keep the policy up to date.


Kentucky Reining Cup (Lexington CRI5*) Lexington, Kentucky, USA April 28 - April 30, 2011 TEAM COMPETITION ENTRY FORM

SPONSOR (Required): Team Name as the Sponsor would like it to appear: COMPETITOR NAME

HORSE NAME

1. 2. 3.

Declare any Amt. Riders from the Above List: Rider 1 Rider 2 Rider 3 (Amt. Riders are not required to form a team, however any Amt. must be declared to gain handicap points) Chef d’Equipe or Team Rep: _ (Chefs and/or Team Representatives are required to attend Chefs meeting and to be responsible for the team’s show office business. All teams must designate one person for this duty.) E-mail Address: Phone:

Fax:

Signature: Print Name:

Date:

This form must be sent directly to the representative of the OC on or before the Definite Entry Deadline. Brad Ettleman: Brad@HPowerInc.com Fax: +1-720-982-3574; HorsePower, Inc., PO Box 8350 Denver, CO, 80201 This form must be accompanied by a check or money order for the balance of the fees: $500.00 per competitor with 100% of that entry fee to go towards the team competition purse. Checks made payable to Equestrian Events, Inc. Swift Transfers are available with a service fee of $50. Credit Card transactions are available with a 4% service fee. If Five or More Teams First Place Team = 45% of Total Purse Second Place Team = 30% of Total Purse Third Place Team = 15% of Total Purse Fourth Place Team = 10% of Total Purse

If Four or Fewer Teams First Place Team = 50% of Total Purse Second Place Team = 30% of Total Purse Third Place Team = 20% of Total Purse


2011 USEF MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION

Please use a separate application for each member

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) membership year begins on December 1. All memberships (except Life) expire on November 30. The effective date of membership is the date on which the application and correct dues are received by the USEF office (exceptions see GR203). To be eligible for USEF Awards including the USEF Horse of the Year Program, you must be a Senior Active, Junior Active, or Life Member. By submitting this application, you agree all information is correct and you agree to abide by all USEF rules.

1. PERSONAL INFORMATION

6. UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION MEMBERSHIP Select only one membership type. Note: If you own a horse that competes at USEF Licensed Competitions, you should select a USEF Competing Membership.

□ Mr. □ Mrs. □ Ms. □ Miss □ Other

TITLE: NAME:

COMPETING MEMBERSHIP

Competing members are those individuals who are eligible to participate in USEF Licensed Competitions as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, owner, lessee, agent, coach, trainer, competition manager, or competition secretary. (Exceptions found in GR901.9) Competing membership benefits include automatic insurance, a subscription to equestrian magazine, and MemberPerks.

ADDRESS: City, State, Zip: Phone:

□ 3-YEAR ACTIVE (Junior or Senior — expires 11/30/2013) . . . . . . . . . . $150 □ 1-YEAR JUNIOR ACTIVE (expires 11/30/2011) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55

Mobile: Fax:

(Individuals who have not yet reached their 18th birthday on 12/01/2010)

□ 1-YEAR SENIOR ACTIVE (expires 11/30/2011) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55 □ LIFE MEMBER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500

E-mail:

□YES □NO

U.S. CITIZEN:

IF NO, WHAT COUNTRY?

OTHER MEMBERSHIPS

USEF MEMBER #:

For members who do not participate in USEF Licensed Competitions as a rider, driver, vaulter, owner, lessee, trainer, coach, handler, longeur, agent, competition manager, or competition secretary.

Check here if this is a new address.

2. DATE OF BIRTH (required for juniors and amateurs) (mm/dd/yy):

/

□ USEF EQUESTRIAN (includes automatic insurance and MemberPerks) . . . . . . . . . . . $35 □ COLLEGIATE EQUESTRIAN (includes MemberPerks and 4 issues of equestrian) . . . . $25

/

College/ University

3. Breed/discipline Affiliation (required) Please designate a primary breed/discipline affiliation. This information will be used to determine proportional representation on the USEF Board of Directors (GR202.2). Please designate the primary breed/discipline affiliation as (1). You may also select a secondary choice as (2). EXAMPLE: Hunter 1 Driving 2 Andalusian/Lusitano Dressage

Driving

Friesian

Welsh

Endurance

Hackney

National Show Horse Reining

Arabian/Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian

Connemara

English Pleasure

Hunter

Jumper

Eventing Morgan

ParaEquestrian

Parade

Paso Fino

Saddlebred

Shetland

Vaulting

Roadster Western

4. Required Signature

□ CLUB EQUESTRIAN (includes MemberPerks) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $15 □ Non-Member Amateur Card (Complete section 4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $30 7. UNITED STATES HUNTER JUMPER ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP In order to compete as a rider, trainer, owner, or his/her agent(s) at non-breed restricted USEF Licensed Competitions in any Hunter, Hunter Breeding, Jumper or Hunter Seat Equitation classes, a person must be an active member of the United States Hunter Jumper Association, Inc. Exceptions: Local competitions and the exceptions in GR202.1 and GR901.9. If you want to join WCHR, please visit www.ushja.org.

□ USHJA 3-YEAR ACTIVE (competing membership) expires 11/30/2013 . . . . . . . . $150 □ USHJA ACTIVE MEMBER (competing membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $55 □ USHJA LIFE MEMBER (competing membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500 □ USHJA ASSOCIATE (non-competing membership) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $35 8. EQUESTRIAN MAGAZINE

Every member MUST sign and check the appropriate box below. Under 18 yrs, please check the Junior box and and have parent/guardian sign below. If 18 yrs and older and you have not participated in any professional activities as cited in GR1306, you are considered an amateur. Amateur status is also required for anyone who competes in amateur classes. PLEASE NOTE: Individuals who sign as a professional must complete the amateur reclassification process prior to being reinstated as an amateur. See GR1308 for details of the process.

USEF Competing Members with U.S. addresses receive a subscription to equestrian. □ I prefer to view equestrian on the USEF website and do not need a mailed copy. □ My household receives duplicate copies of equestrian and I do not need a copy. □ Foreign addresses add international postage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20

You can view the entire USEF Rule Book on our website, www.usef.org.

AMATEUR

PROFESSIONAL

JUNIOR

By signing below, you or parent/guardian are in agreement with USEF GR1306-GR1308, and Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification. (See reverse side)

(Sign in ink)

5. Renewal

□ No, I do not wish to receive a paper renewal form in 2012. I will renew online.

9. USEF RULE BOOK

□ I do not need the Rule Book and can access it online. I would like to receive the 2011 USEF Rule Book in the following format: □ USB drive (if none received in 2009 or 2010) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $0 □ USB drive (if purchasing an additional one) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20 □ Printed Version . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10 □ Binder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10 10. Olympic/International Equestrian Team USA Contribute to EQUESTRIAN TEAM USA Success (Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.) ____$25 ____$50 ____$75 ____$100 Other _______

Payment (Total of 6,7,8, 9 and 10) (Do not send cash) . . .$__________________

Exp. Date:

/

/

□Check/ Money Order (Payable to USEF) □VISA □MasterCard □AMEX

Card Holder Name (Print)

Card Number:

Card Holder Signature

Billing Zip Code:_____________________

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USEF GENERAL INFORMATION USEF annually pays a portion of your Life, Senior Active, Junior Active and USEF Equestrian dues to a third party insurance company for automatic insurance coverage. Annual dues for Senior and Junior members include $16 for a one-year non-deductible subscription to equestrian magazine. By submitting this application, you agree all information is correct and you agree to abide by all USEF rules. USHJA GENERAL INFORMATION A benefit of your USHJA Membership is a one-year subscription to In Stride magazine and $9 of your USHJA membership dues include this subscription. For USHJA Outreach, Affiliate, Collegiate and Farm memberships go to www.ushja.org. From time to time, USHJA sends important information to their membership about association happenings and other promotional news from sponsors. By submitting this application you agree to abide by all the USHJA rules and agree to uphold the USHJA Ethics Statement. Member Perks As a USEF member, you’ll reap the rewards all year long with the MemberPerks Free Enrollment Program featuring a special collection of companies that support equestrian sport. See current MemberPerks list at www.usef.org. Privacy Information USEF reserves the right to share member data (including but not limited to membership numbers, horse ID numbers, horse recording numbers) with those Breed and Discipline Affiliates that have entered into Data Sharing Agreements with USEF for purposes of better serving their joint members. United States Olympic Committee Requested Information The United States Olympic Committee is required to submit data to Congress and the President concerning the participation of women, individuals with disabilities and racial and ethnic minorities in the amateur athletic and administration activities of national governing bodies. As a result, we have included the following questions so that we may fulfill our required reporting to the United States Olympic Committee. This data is for analysis only. Submission is voluntary. Failure to supply this information will not jeopardize or adversely affect your membership status with USEF. The following categories are defined and named by the U.S. Government.

Please check one: Race/national origin:

□ White (not of Hispanic origin) □ American Indian or Alaskan Native □ Black (not of Hispanic origin) □ Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander □ Hispanic or Latino □ Asian □ Other: I elect not to identify my racial origin or ethnicity. Disability Status: Are you an individual with a mental or physical disability?

□ Yes

□ No

Gender: □ Female

□ Male

FEDERATION RELEASE (required signature, see Section 4) Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification. This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing. I AGREE in consideration for my participation in any and all Federation licensed and/ or endorsed competitions (“Competition”) to the following:

I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while at the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at any Competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING IN SECTION 4 ON PAGE ONE, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification document. The USEF —Who we are Equestrian competitors, leisure riders, coaches, fans and enthusiasts each share a personal bond with the horse. This commonality defines the membership of the United States Equestrian Federation [USEF] which serves as the National Governing Body for Equestrian Sport. The USEF is dedicated to uniting the equestrian community, honoring achievement, and serving as guardians of equestrian sport. Since its inception in 1917, the Federation has been dedicated to pursuing excellence and promoting growth, all while providing and maintaining a safe and level playing field for both its equine and human athletes. The USEF trains, selects, and funds our United States Equestrian Team which consistently wins medals at the highest level of international competition, including the Olympic Games. The USEF also licenses equestrian competitions of all levels across the United States each year. Fostering growth among newcomers as well as the coming generation is paramount to the Federation’s continued success. Our young equestrians continually raise the bar pushing themselves to be better and strive for excellence, all while fostering and strengthening the connection between themselves and their horses. The USEF contributes to the greater good of horses by assisting with their protection and welfare in crisis situations and natural disasters, as well as in daily competition. As part of this pledge to protect equine welfare, the USEF continues to be a resource for federal and state governments and works closely with other national equine organizations.

© 2010 by United States Equestrian Federation® All rights reserved. Reproduction without permission is strictly prohibited. USEF : 4047 IRON WORKS PARKWAY : LEXINGTON, KY 40511 : PHONE (859) 258-2472 : FAX (859) 231-6662 : www.usef.org ©2010 USEF


2011 FEI Horse Registration Form

Return completed form to: Fax: (859) 231-6662 or Mail to: United States Equestrian Federation Attn: FEI Registration 4047 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY 40511-8483

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• Any results, points or qualifications will not count unless your FEI Registration is completed prior to starting an FEI competition. • FEI Registrations need to be renewed each year. • Please return this form no later than 4 weeks prior to the first day of competition, applications received less than 4 weeks prior to the show could be subject to a Rush

Charge of $30. • USEF only registers U.S. owned horses.

horse information (Please print) horse Discipline

Previous FEI Registration #

Horse Recording # (Mandatory)

FEI Passport # (If applicable)

Is Passport approved? Horse Recording is (Check one)

Life

Annual

Horse’s USEF Recorded Name (exactly as recorded with USEF) Sex (Check one)

Stallion

Breeder

Mare

Gelding

Country of Birth

Breed Registration #

Foal Date

Color of horse

Microchip #

Breed

Sire Sire of Dam

Dam Owner information (Please print)

USEF Membership # (Mandatory) rider discipline owner Name

Nationality

rider USEF Membership # (Mandatory) Last Name

First Name Nationality

IMPORTANT Contact Information (Please print) name

e-mail address

physical address city state zip Phone Number (

)

Cell Phone (

)

total due. . . . . . . $15.00 UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION : 4047 IRON WORKS PARKWAY : LEXINGTON, KY 40511 : 859.258.2472 : FAX 859.231.6662 : WWW.USEF.ORG _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

PAYMENT INFORMATION (Do not detach)

□□□□□□□□.□□ ENTER AMOUNT FROM ABOVE

TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED $

PAYMENT METHOD (PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH) Make Check Payable to: United States Equestrian Federation

□ CHECK #________________________ We also accept

□ □ Visa

AMEX or

MasterCard

□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□ Card Number:

Card Holder’s Name (Print) ____________________________________________________ Card Holder’s Signature______________________________________________________

□□/□□□□ □□□□□ Exp. Date:

Billing Zip Code


Kentucky Reining Cup, Lexington, KY CRI5* USEF Competition Name:_____________________________________________USEF#_____________________ 326771 Competition Division(s) and Rating(s):____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ USEF Open Reining Qualifier ____________________________________________________________________________________________ FEI CRI5*

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