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USEA Omnibus: Rocky Mountain Horse Trials (Aug 2012)

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At Somerset and Silo Farms in Longmont Colorado.

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USEA Event ID: 15058
Rocky Mountain Horse Trials | Longmont, CO (AREA IX)

Event Date: Aug 04-05, 2012

Open Registration Date: Jun 19 Close Registration Date: Jul 17

Directions:

Address:  Somerset: 5555 Nelson Rd & Silo: 9087 N. 63rd, Longmont CO 80501. From I-.25: Take Longmont exit for Hwy 119; west on Hwy 119 to Nelson Rd. Turn right on Nelson Rd. to Somerset Farms. Cross Country at Silo Farms: follow above directions, turn left, (south) on 63rd St., one mile to Silo, 9087 N. 63rd. St., Longmont, Co. 80501

Divisions
USEF/USEA Recognized: P
USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: T,N,BN

Tentative Schedule:

Fri: Cross-country course open-3 pm.
Sat: Dressage-7:45 am. Show Jumping-1 pm.
Competitors Party 6:30pm at Somerset.
Sun: Cross-country-9:30am at Silo Farms

Starting Times:

Available ASAP after CD. Check website: somersetfarms.net for times or send a SASE with entry.

Event Officials
TD:  Valerie Crail, AZ
Judges: Pres: Brian Ross, VA  Dressage Judge: Gwen Ka'awaloa, CO
CD: X-C/SJ: John Williams, NC 

Org: Kim Lampert, 508 Peakview Rd., Boulder, Co. 80302 303-638-3606, dive4java@gmail.com
Volunteer coordinator: Sheila.   We love our volunteers! Please come and help put on the best show in the west! Gas lottery, discount coupons, food and fun! We can't put the show on without you!!!

Entry Information

Send Entries to:

Heather Petersen, 12395 Gull Lane, Peyton, CO 80831
Phone: 719-683-8435, Email: slush@drgw.net

Fees:

Use EventEntries.com form.
Draw checks to Somerset Farms and send to secretary. 
Fees for all levels: $260.00 ($245.00 with OD postmark). 
Limited number of entries. Mail form, checks payable to Somerset Farms, with original signature, cope of Coggins (within 12 months of cometition), copies of USEF membership (if applicable) to Secretary. All applicable fees for USEF/USEA. (see 2012 Entry Form). Preliminary entrant must provide USEF Membership cards and numbers or pay the $30 USEF non-member fee. All mandatory signature lines must be signed with original signatures. Entrant must us 2012 Entry Form.  

Entries:

Entry fee includes a $25 non-refundable office fee. No more than 2 rides permitted. All BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay $25 non-member fee.  Refunds: Before CD- less $25 office fee. After CD: Only if place can be filled from the SAME LEVEL. Otherwise, no refund. Please notify secretary by email or fax. Competition cancellation-No refund. Proof of Neg. Coggins for all and Health certificate required for out of state horses only. 

Competitor Information
Awards:

 Ribbons to 6th place per division, Prizes for Winners and High Point.

Stabling/Veterinarian:

Limited. $75/stall from Friday am to Sunday pm. Shavings available for purchase. further info from sec´y. Veterinarian: On grounds during show. Boulder Valley Vet Clinic, (303) 440-8440. Number will be posted at show office.

Accommodations:

Radisson-5 mi. (303) 776-2000. Holiday Inn Express-5 mi. (303) 684-0404. Courtyard Marriott-5.5 mi. (303) 682-1166. Hampton Inn-5 mi. (303) 772-2554.

Dressage:

Test & arena sizes: P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test B-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test B-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test B-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test B-Sm. Arenas: Granite-Rubber footing.

Cross-Country:

P-approx. 2200 m @ 520 mpm. T-approx. 2000 m @ 420 mpm. N-approx. 1600 m @ 350 mpm. BN-approx. 1400 m @ 305 mpm. All courses: Terrain is Native grass,rolling hills and water on course. Complexity is consistent with level of competition.

Other Information:

Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant: state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry. If experience level not completed, higher will be assumed. Food on grounds. Dogs MUST be leashed - $50.00 Fine will be assessed to owners of unleashed or troublesome dogs. Money will go to Longmont Humane Society. USEA Medical card/armband must be worn; limited supply on grounds.

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