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USEA Omnibus: Aspen Farms H.T. (Sep 2012)

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Change Made 07/23/2012
Comment: Amt classes added with prize money incentive, also for junior divisions sponsored by Newton. Correction to Secretary's email address:s katie@grayareaevents.com


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USEA Event ID: 15087
Aspen Farms H.T. | Yelm, WA (AREA VII)

Event Date: Sep 07-09, 2012

Open Registration Date: Jul 24 Close Registration Date: Aug 21

Directions:

Address: 13042 Morris Rd, Yelm, WA 98597.
Northbound: I-5 exit 88A-Tenino becomes WA Rte 507 (16 mi) to Rainier, right on Center St., becomes 148th Ave SE (4.5 mi.) to left onto Morris Rd. SE, 1.8 mi., to 130th Trail and sign for Aspen Farms.
Southbound: I-5 exit 116 “Old Nisqually & Mounts Rd.’ end exit left follow to Reservation Rd., left, to stop left on Pacific Hwy, WA Rte 510 through Yelm to light at Bald Hills Rd, right then right onto Morris Road, 2.5 mi., to 130th Trail & sign for Aspen Farms.

Divisions
USEF/USEA Recognized: A,I,I-Ch,P,P-ATC,P-Ch
USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized: T,T-ATC,T-Ch,N,N-ATC,N-Ch,BN,BN-ATC,BN-Ch

Tentative Schedule:
Thurs: Cross-Country Course open-3 pm.
Fri: Dressage-9am
Sat: Cross-Country-8 am (A/I/P/T); Show Jumping-9 am (N/BN).
Sun: Show Jumping-9 am (A/I/P/T); Cross-country- 8:30 am (N/BN)
Starting Times:
Available September 4th at www.aspenfarmseventing.com.
Event Officials
TD: Brian Ross, VA  Asst. TD: Anne Ryan, WA
Judges: Pres: Gretchen Butts, MD; Dressage Judges: Diane Royce, WA; Alistar Buchanan, Can; Paula Kierkegaard, WA; Frances O'Reilly, WA
SJ Judge: Jay Arend
CD:X-C/SJ: Tremaine Cooper, VA (A-P) Jonathan Elliott (T-BN)

Org: Jonathan Elliott, 1201 Yelm Ave, Ste 400 PMB 135, Yelm, WA 9897, (360) 485-2043 jonathan_elliott@hotmail.com

Entry Information

Send Entries to:
Katie Trafton, c/o Aspen Farms
PO Box 943
Gladstone, Or 97027 
Tel: 805-239-3990
e-mail: katie@grayareaevents.com Web site: http://www.aspenfarmseventing.com/

Fees:
Event Fees Directory – see individual section for details. Draw checks to Aspen Farms Horse Trials.
Entry: Per Division: A-$275.00;  I-$250.00 P: $240.00; T/N/BN: $225.00 
2012 Newton Amateur Classes: AMT Prelim; AMT Training; AMT novice, and AMT Beginner. Separate check for $25.00 to enter the class (goes towards prize money - $750 added to the pot).  
Stabling: $120.00 
Entries:
Entry fees include a $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Not accepted. BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry. Refunds: Before C.D.-Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-Less $25 ONLY if place can be filled from wait list. Competition Cancellation-No refund.  $25 Change fee after closing date.  If you use Xentry, please still send paper entry to secretary. DO NOT EMAIL ENTRIES.  No non competing horses.
Competitor Information
Awards:
$4,000 Tin Men Supply Advanced. $3,000 Natural Migrations Open Intermediate. Revere Sadddlery Preliminary-New Custom Saddle from Revere. Trophy & 8 ribbons per division.  Awards to 8th place. ATC: Prizes sponsored by The Chronicle of the Horse. 2012 Newton Amateur Classes (AMT Preliminary, AMT Training. AMT Novice, and AMT Beginner Novice): Up to $1,750 in cash for each class; $25 paid back to 12th place. Newton Cash for Juniors: $250 in prize money for any junior division offered at Aspen Farms September 2012. 
Stabling/Veterinarian:

Limited. $120/stall from 10 am Thursday to 6 pm Sunday. 260 temp. stalls on grounds. Stall doors & initial bedding only provided. Veterinarian: TBA, # will be posted at show office.  Horses arriving Wednesday must have approval and arrive before 6pm.

Accommodations:

Prairie Hotel-5 mi., (360) 458-8300. Super 8-16 mi., (360) 459-8888. Quality Inn, Lacey-16 mi., (360) 493-1991. La Quinta, Lacey-16 mi., (360) 412-1200. Camping: Available on grounds-no hook-ups; free.

Dressage:
Test & arena sizes: A-2010 USEF Advanced Test A-Std.  I-2010 USEF Intermediate Test A- Std. P-2010 USEF Preliminary Test A-Sm. T-2010 USEF Training Test-A-Sm. N-2010 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN-2010 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: Sand and grass.
Cross-Country:
A-4000 m @ 570mpm I-3600 m @550 mpm P-3100 m @ 520 mpm. T-2200 m @ 450 mpm. N-1830 m @ 400 mpm. BN-1500 m @ 350 mpm. BN max. fence height 2´7". All courses: Solid, for horses with experience at these levels.
Other Information:
Cross-country course closed July 17th.
Entry limit: 300 horses. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant; state preferences under the Eligible Section and birth date on entry.
Party: Saturday Evening.
Team competition: The Chronicle of the Horse/USEA Adult Team Challenge

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