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PROGRAM

SATURDAY 28 APRIL - TUESDAY 1 MAY, 2018 THE STATION • SNOWY RIVER WAY • JINDABYNE


Table of contents

Welcome from the SMIEC Committee....................................................... 3 Entries....................................................................................................... 4 Fees and Charges..................................................................................... 4 Food and Accommodation......................................................................... 5 Stabling..................................................................................................... 5 Team Managers and Volunteers................................................................ 6 Risk Warning............................................................................................. 6 General Rules of Competition................................................................... 7 Uniform, Equipment and Saddlery Rules.................................................. 8 Point-score and Prizes.............................................................................. 9 Saturday, 28 April, 2018........................................................................ 10 One Day Event........................................................................................ 10 Combined Training.................................................................................. 12 Sunday, 29 April, 2018........................................................................... 14 Dressage.................................................................................................14 Interschools’ Horse and Rider Challenge................................................ 15 Sporting Events....................................................................................... 16 6 Bar Show Jumping Competition........................................................... 16 Snowy Mountains Way Challenge Event.................................................17 Monday, 30 April, 2018.......................................................................... 18 Showjumping........................................................................................... 18 Stockhorse Challenge Event................................................................... 20 Patterns for Stockhorse Challenge Event...............................................21 Sporting...................................................................................................22 Fancy Dress Schools’ Challenge............................................................. 23 Tuesday, 1 May, 2018............................................................................. 23 Show Horse Program.............................................................................. 23 Showjumping........................................................................................... 27 Team Penning......................................................................................... 27 Schools Parade ...................................................................................... 28 Thank you................................................................................................ 28 Event Photography.................................................................................29 Live Results.............................................................................................30 Event News and Updates........................................................................31 2


Welcome to SMIEC from the SMIEC Committee 18 April 2018 Welcome to the 2018 Snowy Mountains Interschools Equestrian Competition. We are looking forward to four wonderful days of competition with over 250 riders from different schools competing with their horses in a wide range of disciplines. Families can enjoy the picturesque surrounds of the Snowy Mountains at the Station Resort, with comfortable accommodation on site for horses and riders alike. On Saturday the One-Day Event will get the competition started, with 80 riders doing a dressage test, completing the cross-country course and then mastering the jumping round. Over the following days, riders will showjump, do dressage, compete in sporting events, complete the Stockman’s Challenge and the Interschools Challenge and then finish with the Showmanship classes and parade on Sunday.

There are many prizes to be won, friends to be made, lots of fun experiences to be had, and the Schools’ Pointscore will be hotly contested for both junior and senior riders. The Snowy Mountains Grammar School P&F canteen will run each day, ensuring that no-one is hungry or thirsty and then, each evening, the Stockwhip Chargrill and Bistro will be open for dinner. We hope you enjoy your time here in Jindabyne - a great place for horse and rider to demonstrate their skills and represent their school. The SMIEC Committee

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Entries All entries must be made online at www.globalentriesonline.com.au Entries open on Monday, 12 March, 2018 at 7.00pm Entries close on Friday 13 April, 2018 at 9.00pm Some events have a maximum number of places available. The total number of places available and the number remaining can be seen on the Global Entries Website at time of booking.

Late entries may be accepted on the day, provided there is availability in the particular event. A late entry fee of $10 per rider will apply. Dressage draws will be available on Global Entries Online prior to the event and posted at the Event Office. Copies of All Tests and Workout Patterns will be available on the SMIEC website: www.smied.nsw.edu.au

Fees and Charges Item Whole of Event Entry (4 days), per rider Single day entry, per rider A discount will apply to whole event entry fees for families of 3 or more siblings.

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Cost $130 $50

Contact the organisers on enquiries@smiec.com.au to register for a refund.


Food and Accommodation Accommodation is available on site at the Station with prices from $79 per room, per night.

The Station Stockwhip Chargrill and Bistro will be open daily for dinner.

All accommodation must be booked directly through the Station website www.thestation.net.au or by phone 1300 369 909. The SMGS P&F Canteen will be open daily from 7.00am, serving breakfast, lunch and snacks.

Stabling Stables and yards must be booked at time of entry via Global Entries Online.

Competitors may build their own yards. A $10 per horse ground fee will apply.

Southern Cross Stables are available at $160 per stable for the duration of the event.

Shavings may be purchased online at time of entry via Global Entries Online. Feed can be ordered through Cooma Rural on 02 64525566. Arrangements can be made with Cooma Rural to have pre-orders delivered to the grounds.

Southern Cross Yards are available at $70 per yard for the duration of the event. This includes Friday through Tuesday nights.

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Team Managers and Volunteers Each competing school must nominate and be accompanied by a nominated Team Manager. The Team Manager will be responsible for the team during the competition and will be the point of contact for the school team. The Team Manager must attend the Event Office upon arrival at the Station and collect a school information pack. Team Managers will be required to attend a briefing each evening at 6pm in the Station Bistro.

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As part of their duties, the Team Manager is responsible for ensuring volunteers associated with their team complete the duties assigned to the team during the event.


General Rules of Competition • All competitors must be EA members • Before mounting their horse at the Station, all competitors MUST:

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• Have a valid, paid entry for the competition • Have completed and submitted a Waiver for the 2018 event. Junior Riders are riders currently enrolled into Kindergarten through Year 6. Senior Riders are riders currently enrolled in Year 7 through Year 12. Horses may only be ridden in designated riding areas. Any rider not adhering to this rule may be eliminated from all or part of the competition. Horses should be led from their stabling / yard area to the designated riding areas. Specific rules relating to individual events are included in the Program, below. All EA competitions are run under full EA rules. Riders may compete on a maximum of two horses. Entry to specific events may be limited to one horse per rider, as outlined in the rules for individual events. Use of whip rule – whips may only be used in competition in accordance with EA discipline rules. Whips should not be used to discipline horses at the event outside the competition arena.

• A horse may not compete twice in the same event. • Drug rule – under no circumstances may a horse be drugged for competition. Any competitor who is suspected by the Organisers to have used drugs to control or enhance a horse’s performance will be required to undergo and pay for a drug test for that animal. This will be conducted by a veterinarian appointed by the Organisers. • Mistreatment of animal rule – any person who is deemed by the Organisers to be mistreating an animal will be asked to leave the competition venue and will automatically be disqualified from further competition. • The Program may be altered at the Organisers’ discretion at any time. • The start times included in the Program may be changed at the Organisers’ discretion at any time. • Any change of time or event will be announced at the event over the PA system. • No refund of entry fees will be made for changes to the Program. • The Organiser may cancel any class in the event that insufficient entries are received. • Competitors may only ride the horse/s they have entered in the competition at the competition venue. • No person other than a competitor and mounted stewards may ride a horse at the competition venue.

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Uniform, Equipment and Saddlery Rules • Current EA Helmet standards will apply. Protective headgear must conform with one of the current approved safety standards: • Current Australian standard AS/NZS 3838 (2006 onwards) provided they are SAI Global marked. • New Australian standard ARB HS 2012 provided they are SAI Global marked. • Current American standard ASTM F1163 (2004a or 04a onwards) provided they are SEI marked. • Current American standard SNELL E2001. • Current British standard PAS 015 (1998 or 2011) provided they are BSI Kite-marked. • Interim European Standard VG1 (01.040: 2014-12) with or without BSI Kite-mark.

• BSI Kite-marked: (the BSI Kite-marked logo can look different depending on the year of manufacture of your helmet. This is only given as an EXAMPLE.)

• SAI Global marked:

• SEI marked:

• No riding coats are allowed. Riders will be expected to wear items of school uniform. • Correct riding boots and appropriate riding wear must be worn by all competitors. • Safety vests MUST be worn for the cross country phase of the One Day Event. • Back number holders are required for the cross country phase of the ODE. • Dressage number holders may be used for the dressage and showjumping phases of the ODE.

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Point-score and Prizes • Ribbons and prizes for individual events to be awarded throughout the competition. Presentations will be made each evening at the Bistro at 6pm. • Trophies will be awarded to the Champion School, the highest individual point scorer over the four days (any age), the team of four riders from the same school who have the highest total pointscore Event

across the four days, and the best presented school on parade. • All pointscores will be calculated on individual horse-rider combinations. A rider may be considered in pointscore more than once if they ride more than one horse. • Points for the team and individual pointscores will be awarded on the following basis:

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

Ribbons

ODE – Division 1

5

4

3

2

1

-

-

-

1st – 8th

ODE – Division 2

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

1st – 8th

Combined Training – 80cm – Senior, 60cm Junior

5

4

3

2

1

-

-

-

1st – 8th

Combined Training – 45cm –Junior, 60cm Senior

3

2

1

Dressage – Elementary (total)

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

1st – 8th

Dressage – Novice ( total )

6

5

4

3

2

1

-

-

1st – 8th

Dressage – Preliminary (total)

5

4

3

2

1

-

-

-

1st – 8th

Dressage - Prep

3

2

1

Team Penning

5

4

3

2

1

1st – 5th

Interschools Challenge - Jump

5

4

3

2

1

1st – 5th

Interschools Challenge - NJ

3

2

1

-

-

1st – 5th

Sporting

3

2

1

-

-

1st – 5th

6-Bar Showjumping

-

-

-

-

-

1st – 5th

Showjumping – Ring 1

7

6

5

4

3

Showjumping – Ring 2,3

5

4

3

2

1

1st – 5th

Stockhorse Challenge

5

4

3

2

1

1st – 5th

1st – 8th

1st – 5th

-

-

-

1st – 5th

Fancy Dress

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1st – 8th

Showhorse Events (Rings 1,2)

6

5

4

3

2

-

-

-

1st – 5th

Rider and Hack only for points

6

5

4

3

2

-

-

-

1st – 5th

Showhorse Events (Ring 3)

-

-

-

-

-

1st – 5th

Snowy Mountains Way

-

-

-

-

-

1st – 5th

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Events

Saturday, 28 April, 2018

ONE DAY EVENT Commencement Time: 8.30am

Event 1

Division 1a for Junior School Riders

Dressage Test : Cross Country : Showjumping :

Event 2

Division 1b for Senior School Riders

Dressage Test : Cross Country : Showjumping :

Event 3

Division 2 for Senior School Riders

Dressage Test: Cross Country: Showjumping:

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EvA80 & EvA95 Test 1 (2016) Maximum jump height 60cm Maximum jump height 60 - 65cm EvA80 & EvA95 Test 1 (2016) Maximum jump height 60cm Maximum jump height 60 - 65cm EvA80 & EvA95 Test 3 (2016) Maximum jump height 80cm Maximum jump height 80 - 85cm


Events

Saturday, 28 April, 2018

ODE RULES • The ODE will be run to EA rules. • Riders must be at least 8 years old to compete in the ODE. • Competitors entering the One Day Event may not compete in Combined Training. • Competitors may only compete once in the One Day Event. • Callers are not allowed for the dressage element. • It is compulsory for all riders to wear a back protector for the cross country phase of the competition. • All competitors are required to wear back numbers for the Cross Country phase of the competition. Back number holders are required. Dressage number holders may be used for the dressage and showjumping phases. • Not all jumps in the cross country course have two height options. Some obstacles will be jumped by all competitors and these are at the lower height.

• The order of elements for Division 1 will be dressage, showjumping, cross country, and for Division 2 dressage, cross country, showjumping. • If a competitor is eliminated during any element, they will not be allowed to continue with the subsequent elements of their event. • In the dressage phase, a noseband (either cavesson, dropped, crossed or flash) must be worn. The bit must be a snaffle bit made in metal, rubber or plastic material. The carrying of a whip is not permitted. A breastplate (without rings) may be used. Martingales, boots, bandages or other gadgets are not allowed. • For the show-jumping and cross country phases, whips may be carried; running martingales, bandages and boots are also permissible. • Scoring will be as per EA Eventing penalties for ODE competitions

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Events

Saturday, 28 April, 2018

COMBINED TRAINING Commencement Time: 8.30am

Event 1

Division 1a for Junior Riders Dressage test EvA80 & EvA95 Test 1 (2016) Showjumping Maximum height 45cm

Event 2

Division 1b for Junior Riders Dressage test EvA80 & EvA95 Test 1 (2016) Showjumping Maximum height 60cm

Event 3

Division 2a for Senior Riders Dressage test EvA80 & EvA95 Test 2 (2016) Showjumping Maximum height 60cm

Event 4

Division 2b for Senior Riders Dressage test EvA80 & EvA95 Test 2 (2016) Showjumping Maximum height 80cm

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Events COMBINED TRAINING RULES • Combined training will be run to EA rules. • Competitors entering Combined Training are not eligible to enter the One Day Event. • Competitors may only ride one horse in the Combined Training event. • Competitors may only enter one Combined Training event. • Callers will be permitted in Event 1 and Event 2. • In the dressage phase, a noseband (cavesson, dropped, crossed or flash) must be worn. The bit must be a snaffle bit made in metal, rubber or plastic material. The carrying of a whip

Saturday, 28 April, 2018

is not permitted. A breastplate (without rings) may be used. Martingales boots, bandages, or other gadgets are not allowed. For showjumping, whips may be carried; running martingales, bandages and boots are also permissible. The same horse and rider combination must complete both dressage and showjumping phases. Elimination from one phase results in elimination from the whole competition. Scoring will be as per EA eventing penalties for dressage and showjumping

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Events

Sunday, 29 April, 2018

DRESSAGE All tests are available at: www.smiec.com.au/competition-information

Commencement Time: 8.30am

Event 1 Event 2a Event 2b Event 3a Event 3b Event 4a Event 4b Event 5a Event 5b Event 6

Prep 1C (2013) Preliminary 1.1 for Junior Riders Preliminary 1.1 for Senior Riders Preliminary 1.3 for Junior Riders Preliminary 1.3 for Senior Riders Novice 2.1 for Junior Riders Novice 2.1 for Senior Riders Novice 2.3 for Junior riders Novice 2.3 for Senior riders Elementary 3.1

DRESSAGE RULES • Riders may only compete at one level – either prep, prelim, novice or elementary. • Dressage will be run to EA rules. • In the dressage phase, a noseband (cavesson, dropped, crossed or flash) must be worn. The bit must be a snaffle bit made in metal, rubber or plastic material. A breastplate (without rings) may be used. Martingales boots, bandages, or other gadgets are not allowed. • Horse/Rider combinations need to compete in both tests (prelim, novice or elementary) in the level they select to be eligible for the pointscore. • Prelim Novice and Elementary are the EA tests effective 1 January, 2014. 14

• Event 1, the Prep 1C is open to Junior and Senior Riders. • Competitors in Events 2 to 7 will be eligible to score dressage competition points towards overall pointscores. Scoring will be weighted in a manner that performances in a higher level test will gain more points than a performance in a lower level test. Please refer to scoring guidelines in this program. • Prizes and ribbons will be awarded in each event. • In the Dressage events a draw will apply and this will be available on the Global platform.


Events

Sunday, 29 April, 2018

INTERSCHOOLS’ HORSE AND RIDER CHALLENGE All test patterns are available at: www.smiec.com.au/competition-information

Commencement Time: 9.00am

This event consists of the following sections:

In hand presentation

Show riding workout

Show Jumping

Junior Jump height 60-65cm

INTERSCHOOLS HORSE AND RIDER CHALLENGE RULES • This event is open to Junior and Senior riders. • Riders will nominate Jumping or Non Jumping at time of entry. Only those who have nominated to jump will complete Section 1c. • Scoring for the In-Hand and

Ridden Workout are as noted on the event patterns published for this event. • Scoring for the jumping round is detailed on the pattern sheet for this event. • EA Showmanship rules will be applied.

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Events SPORTING EVENTS Commencement Time: 10.30am

Event 1 Barrel Race

Event 2 Flag Race

SPORTING RULES • Sporting events will be scored in age groups. • Riders may only ride one horse in each sporting event. • Riders with the top eight times from the Barrel Race in both Junior and Senior divisions will be invited to compete in the Barrel Race Finals. • Rules for individual Sporting Events are posted at the event.

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Sunday, 29 April, 2018 6 BAR SHOW JUMPING COMPETITION Commencement Time: 2:00 pm for both events

Event 1 Junior Riders 6 Bar Commencing height 60cm Event 2 Senior Riders 6 Bar Commencing height 85cm 6 BAR RULES • The two events will be held concurrently • Numbers for the 6-Bar are limited.


Events

Sunday, 29 April, 2018

SNOWY MOUNTAINS WAY CHALLENGE EVENT Commencement Time:

11.00 am

The Snowy Mountains Way showcases the partnership between horse and rider through a range of skills and challenges that the modern day Snowy Mountains rider might use in his or her daily equestrian pursuits. Whether riding in the rugged Snowy Mountains, working stock or pursuing their favourite equestrian sport, we celebrate the horse and rider combination that can achieve partnership through a range of skills and challenges! Horse and rider will progress through 6 stations, attempting each challenge. Scoring will include times and proficiency at each element. (SMIEC will provide any specialist equipment needed, including whip, rope and racquets). Task 1: Obstacle course Riders negotiate a timed challenge-style obstacle course. Elements may include tyre, gate, jump, target whip-crack, back-up. Task 2: Polocross / polo / horse ball - Riders demonstrate horse handling and ball skills. Polocross: Riders required to bounce and catch a ball and shoot for goal. Polo: Hit a polo ball through a set course under a set time. Horseball: Pick up ball from a range of height options and shoot for goal. Points allocated for ball pick-up and for shooting goal on first attempt.

Task 3: Bareback Riders demonstrate a range of skills bareback. Tasks include mounting, trot and canter, back-up and a small jump. 10 Points Task 4: Rope a Brumby Riders attempt to rope a model brumby from horseback and/ ground. Points allocated for horsemanship and skill. 10 Points Task 5: Whip Crack One attempt at each of six targets and 1 minute for a free style whipcracking display on or off horse. 10 Points Task 6: Freestyle: Riders demonstrate ability to get their horse to stop, turn and move off their legs. Riders can also use this time to perform any tricks they have. 20 Points. 17


Events

Monday, 30 April, 2018

SHOWJUMPING Commencement Time 9.00am – All Rings

Ring 1 Event 1

70cm

Super Phase

Event 2

80cm

AM7

Event 3

90cm

Super Phase

Event 4

1m

AM7

Event 5

1.10m

AM7

Event 6

1m

Rescue Relay – team of 2 riders

Ring 2 Senior Riders only Event 1

Cross Rails

Optimum time

Event 2

45 - 50cm

Optimum time

Event 3

60 - 65cm

Super Phase

Event 4

75 - 80cm

AM7

Ring 3 Junior Riders only Event 1

Cross rails

Optimum time

Event 2

45 - 50cm

Optimum time

Event 3

60 - 65cm

Super Phase

Event 4

75 - 80cm

AM7

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Events

Monday, 30 April, 2018

SHOWJUMPING RULES • Riders may compete in ONE ring only. • A horse can only compete in a maximum of TWO events (this does not include event 5). • Senior riders must choose between Rings 1 and 2, Junior Riders must choose between Rings 1 and 3.

• Prizes and ribbons will be awarded in each event. • Point-scores in Ring 1 will be calculated separately for Junior and Senior riders. • EA showjumping rules apply.

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Events

Monday, 30 April, 2018

STOCKHORSE CHALLENGE EVENT Commencement Time 9.00am

The Stockhorse Challenge event will be run as a three-phase competition: Event 1a

Working Stockhorse Workout

Event 1b

Time Trial

Event 1c

Utility Trial

STOCKHORSE CHALLENGE RULES • The courses for each section will be modified for the youngest age group but will contain the same type of elements. • Ribbons and prizes will be awarded in each age group. • The overall winner will be awarded the Perpetual Trophy for the Snowy Mountains Stockman’s Challenge • The Stock Horse Challenge Workout will be scored for: • Accuracy • Quality of execution • Overall impression • Obedience. • The Time Trial is run over a timed course.

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• The Utility Trial will be scored for completion of task, accuracy and must be completed within a time limit. Penalties will be given for any task omitted or left incomplete. • Competitors taking part in the Stockhorse Challenge will be required to complete all three phases consecutively in the order set out above with no change of gear allowed. • It is the rider’s responsibility to have learnt the track for each phase of the competition prior to commencement. • Courses for utility and time trials will be posted on the school website and posted at the Event Office. • Whip-cracking will be an optional inclusion. • Each rider will complete the three courses with no break.


Events

Monday, 30 April, 2018

PATTERNS FOR STOCKHORSE CHALLENGE EVENT Pattern Utility U1 (Amended)

Drum

Poles

Judge 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Walk into L shape poles and walk through Trot to and over 4 poles on the ground Canter left, lead 1/2 circle to drum and pick up coat Trot around drum and replace coat on drum Canter circle to the right and straight to square Stop in square and rein back 3 steps Walk back to judge, making a good attempt to crack whip Presentation and Showmanship 0

Not executed

1

2

3 Insufficient

4

5

6

Satisfactory

7

8 Good

9

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 10 Excellent 21


Events SPORTING Commencement Time: 9.00 am

Event 1

Bending Race

Event 2

Keyhole Race

Event 3

Walk, Trot and Lead

SPORTING RULES • Sporting events will be scored, and ribbons awarded in age groups. • Riders may only ride one horse in each sporting event. • Rules for individual sporting events are posted at the event.

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Monday, 30 April, 2018 FANCY DRESS SCHOOLS’ CHALLENGE Commencement Time: 3.00pm

• Riders in a team must be from the same school. • Each school may enter as many teams as they wish. • Each entry must consist of a minimum of 2 riders and a maximum of 10 riders of any age. An exception to this rule will be made for schools that only have one rider at the competition. • Each entry must have a minimum of one horse as part of the team.


Events

Tuesday, 1 May, 2018

SHOW HORSE PROGRAM Commencement Time: 8.30am

SUNDAY RING 1 – JUNIOR RIDER SHOW HORSE Event 11

K-2 Rider

Event 12

Year 3 Rider

Event 13

Year 4 Rider

Event 14

Year 5 Rider

Event 15

Year 6 Rider

Event 16

K-2 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size)

Event 17

Year 3 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size)

Event 18

Year 4 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size)

Event 19

Year 5 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size)

Event 110 Year 6 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 111

K-2 Ridden Educated Show Hack or Hunter (any size)

Event 112 Year 3-4 Ridden Educated Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 113 Year 5-6 Ridden Educated Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 114 Pair of Junior Riders Event 115 Team of Four Junior Riders (time permitting)

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Events

Tuesday, 1 May, 2018

SUNDAY RING 2 – SENIOR SHOW HORSE Event 21

Year 7 Rider

Event 22

Year 8 Rider

Event 23

Year 9 Rider

Event 24

Year 10 Rider

Event 25

Year 11 Rider

Event 26

Year 12 Rider

Event 27

Year 7 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size)

Event 28

Year 8 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size)

Event 29

Year 9 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size)

Event 210 Year 10 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 211 Year 11 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 212 Year 12 Ridden Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 213 Year 7-8 Ridden Educated Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 214 Year 9-10 Ridden Educated Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 215 Year 11-12 Ridden Educated Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 216 Pair of Senior Riders Event 217 Team of Four Senior Riders (time permitting)

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Events

Tuesday, 1 May, 2018

SHOW HORSE PROGRAM Commencement Time: 8.30am

SUNDAY RING 3 – FUN SHOW HORSE Event 31

K-Year 3 Ridden Pony or Horse – shortest/longest/craziest mane and/or tail

Event 32

Year 4-6 Ridden Pony or Horse – shortest/longest/craziest mane and/or tail

Event 33

Year 7-9 Ridden Pony or Horse – shortest/longest/craziest mane and/or tail

Event 34

Year 10-12 Ridden Pony or Horse – shortest/longest/craziest mane and/or tail

Event 35

Assisted Rider – Junior and Senior riders

Event 36

K–Year 3 Rider (unassisted)

Event 37

Year 4-6 Rider (unassisted)

Event 38

Year 7-9 Rider (unassisted)

Event 39

Year 10-12 Rider (unassisted)

Event 310 Assisted - Ridden Pleasure Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 311 Junior Ridden Pleasure Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 312 Senior Ridden Pleasure Show Hack or Hunter (any size) Event 313 Pair of Junior Riders Event 314 Pair of Senior Riders

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Events

Tuesday, 1 May, 2018

SHOW HORSE RULES • Riders may only compete in one ring. • Horses competing in Ring 3 are to be shown in a single rein bridle only. • The show horse rings will not wait for riders who are competing in the showjumping or team penning competitions. • Riders in Ring 1 and 2 must be unassisted. • Riders in Ring 3 may be assisted only where noted on the program. • Rings 1 and 2 are best suited to rider/mount combinations that regularly compete at Pony Club, Agricultural Shows and Royal Shows in Show Horse classes. • Ring 3 is best suited to rider/mount combinations that do NOT compete regularly at Agricultural Shows and/or Pony Club in similar Show Horse classes. • Riders in Rings 1 and 2 are eligible to score Show Horse competition points towards overall pointscores. • Riders in Ring 3 are not eligible to score Show Horse competition points towards overall pointscores. • Additional small prizes will be awarded throughout the day in Ring 3. • Pairs need to be from the same school to score for individual and school team pointscores. • In the event of large class numbers, event Organisers may split classes at their discretion.

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Events

Tuesday, 1 May, 2018

SHOWJUMPING Commencement Time: 9 am

Event 1

Top Score for Senior Riders Starting height 75cm

Event 2

Top Score for Junior Riders Starting height 55cm

Event 3

SMIEC Speed Championships Table C 1.00m – 1.10m

TEAM PENNING Commencement Time 9.30am

To enter the Team Penning Competition, individuals should enter on Global and then each school should download the team details form from the SMGS website and email team entry to sue.west@smgs.nsw.edu.au RULES FOR TEAM PENNING: • Entries will be taken on a first-in basis. • Teams can be made up of riders of any age. • Schools should fill their teams with riders from the same school. • Riders may be placed in composite teams at the Organisers’ discretion. • Team Penning will be included in the pointscores this year. • Each team will be given a time for their run and the draw will be posted at the competition office on Thursday afternoon. • Each team should present to the Marshall for team penning 10 minutes prior to their allocated time. • Each team will be given 2 runs of 2 minutes.

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Events

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Tuesday, 1 May, 2018

SCHOOLS PARADE The Parade will be held at the conclusion of events on Sunday (approximately 2:30pm).

All schools are asked to carry a school banner if possible.

Thank you Snowy Mountains Grammar School would like to thank all those organisations and individuals who have generously supported this event. List of Sponsors: • Perisher Properties • Horseland Fyshwick • Cooma Rural Supplies • Jindabyne Mitre 10 • Horsezone • Equine Pure • Kent Saddlery • Tuffrock Australia • GT Performer • Ash Hill Equestrian • Cocina Mexican Grill and Cantina and the Poulos Family • High Country Legal

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• Snowy Mountains Performance Horses • Bob Pratt Tiling • Jindabyne Water Supplies and the Rowson Family • Resort Trailers • Helga Froelich • Sporthorse Saddlery • Snowy Mountains Grammar School • Monaro Equestrian Association • The Plevey Family • Jindabyne Pony Club


Event Photography We are very excited to announce the official photographer for this years event is local Jindabyne photographer, 5 Willows. Photos from the event can be viewed and purchased through the website https://www.5willows.com.au/smiec-2018/. A product list and pricing will be available in the coming days and samples will be on display at the 5Willows tent at the event.

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Live Results New this year! LIVE results will be available through the event website at: www.smiec.com.au/results.

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Event News and Updates All event news and updates can be located on the following platforms: Website: www.smiec.com.au Facebook: @SMIECJindabyne

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