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14-18.06.2006 CSIJY-A and CDIOJY/CDIJY "Young Neighbours’ Meeting" Neubeeren(Germany)

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Attention: all competitors and their horses/ponies, who take part in an international event in their own or in a foreign country, have to be registered at the FEI via their national NF.


Young Neighbours’ Meeting

with “Isabell-Werth-Trophy - Master-Prize”

CSIJY-A and CDIOJY/CDIJY

Neubeeren (near Berlin) 14th - 18th June, 2006


Approved by the FEI, Lausanne, 4th April, 2006

signed John P. Roche, Manager Jumping Dept.

signed Eva Salomon, Manager Dressage Dept.



I. General Information:


Organizer:

Turniergemeinschaft Neubeeren (Dr. Peter Danckert) and LRF „Bülow„ Neubeeren e.V.

Pferdehof Neubeeren Tel: +49 - 33 701 - 59 133

D-14979 Großbeeren Fax: +49 - 33 701 - 59 131


Show Director:

Dr. Jutta Klasen Tel: +49 - 30 – 89 03 13 67 (office)

Wechold 96 +49 - 170 – 481 66 05

D-27318 Hilgermissen Fax: +49 - 30 – 89 03 13 89


Show Office:

Sporthaus Verden GmbH Tel: +49 - 42 31 - 92 22 19

Fax: +49 - 42 31 - 92 22 18

eMail: neubeeren@sporthaus-verden.de


II. General Conditions:

The show will be held in accordance with
  • the FEI Statutes, 21st Edition 2004

  • the FEI General Rules 21st Edition 2005

  • the FEI Veterinary Regulations, 10th Edition 2006

  • the FEI Jumping Rules, 22nd Edition 2006

  • the FEI Dressage Rules, 22nd Edition 2006

  • the FEI Dressage Rules for Juniors and Young Riders 2006

and all subsequent corrections and modifications to the above Rules and Regulations and all subsequent published revisions, the provisions of which will take precedence.

The arbitration procedure is regulated in the FEI Rules and the General Rules. According to these rules all objections against decisions of the FEI or their official bodies will be decided by the “Court of Arbitration for Sport” (CAS) Lausanne, Switzerland.


The OC acknowledges that para 1.4 LPO (German Show Rules) is binding for international events in Germany.











III. Officials:


Ground Jury Jumping: Ground Jury Dressage


President: Dr. Alexander Didczuhn (GER) Hans-Peter Schmitz (GER)

Foreign Judge: Bent Schultz (DEN) Maria Rosa Fradera (ESP)

Members: Inga Holdt-Mencke (GER) Eduard de Wolff van Westerrode (NED)

Elke Ebert (GER)

Kerstin Holthaus (GER)


Course Designer: Klaus-Wilhelm Holle (GER)

Assistant: Helmut Teicher (GER)

Chief-Stewards: Jumping: Stephan Wirth (GER) Dressage: Anja Semmele (GER)


Appeal Committee Dressage:

President: Heinz Schütte (GER)

Löhnsweg 1

38110 Braunschweig


Members: Peter-Jan Schlüschen (GER)

Oliver Kammann (GER)

Wolfgang Gustavus (GER)




Veterinary Committee:

President: Dr. Johannes Kördel (GER)

Foreign FEI-Veterinary Delegate: Dr. Helena Pokorna (CZE)

Member: Dr. Michael Köhler (GER)


Delegate of NF GER: Jumping Dressage

Dr. Alexander Didczuhn (GER) Kerstin Holthaus (GER)





IV. Specific Technical Conditions:


1. The CSIJY/CDIJY takes place outdoors.

2. Competition Arena:

Dressage: 20 m x 60 m Ground: Sand

Jumping: 55 m x 99 m Ground: Grass

3. Practice Arena:

Dressage: 25 m x 60 m Ground: Sand (indoors)

20 m x 50 m Ground: Sand

Jumping: 50 m x 50 m Ground: Grass

4. Size of Stables: 2,70 m x 3,60 m




V. Invitations:


Invited Federations: AUT, BEL, BLR, DEN, CYP, CZE, GBR, ESP, EST, FIN, FRA, HUN, IRL, ITA, LAT, LIE, LTU, LUX, MLT, NED, NOR, POL, RUS, SWE, SUI, SLO, SVK, UKR, USA



Authorization to participate:


Dressage „Isabell-Werth-Trophy – Master-Prize“

Jumping

Foreign and German Competitors CDIOJY:

The foreign competitors (Juniors and Young Riders 14 to 21 years old) will be invited through their home NF, German competitors (Juniors and Young Riders 14 to 21 years old) will be nominated by the respective federal trainer.

Per NF up to 4 Juniors (14 to 18 years old) and 4 Young Riders (16 to 21 years old) are authorized to start. Federations which cannot send a team (at least three Juniors or Young Riders) may send a max. of two individual riders.

Foreign Competitors:

The competitors (Juniors and Young Riders aged 14 to 21 years) will be invited by the organizer through their home NF. Per foreign NF up to 8 riders (two teams) are authorized to start.

Federations which cannot send a team (at least three riders) may enter 1 to 2 riders.

 

Foreign Competitors CDIJY

The above mentioned competitors with their second horse, or if a NF does not enter a team for the CDIOJY a max. of four competitors in each CDIJY tour.

German Competitors CDIJY:

Per federal association up to 4 Juniors (14 to 18 years old) and 4 Young Riders (16 to 21 years old) are authorized to start who have been nominated by the regional trainer of the respective federal association. For the regional association of Berlin-Brandenburg in addition 3 named individual riders are authorized to start.

In addition up to 8 riders who belong to the C cadre or to the „Sportschule der Bundeswehr“ (Sports School of the Federal Army) and who are nominated by the federal trainer dressage for Juniors or Young Riders.

In the CDIJY contingent the competitors of the CDIOJY are included.

 

German Competitors:

Each federal association may enter up to 8 German Juniors/Young Riders (14 - 21 years old) nominated by the respective regional trainer. For the regional association of Berlin-Brandenburg in addition 6 named individual riders are authorized to start.

Up to 8 riders who belong to the C cadre or to the „Sportschule der Bundeswehr“ (Sports School of the Federal Army) and who are nominated by the federal trainer jumping for Juniors and Young Riders.

All Competitors:

Per rider 2 horses permitted.

One groom per rider.

 

All Competitors:

Per rider 3 horses permitted.

One groom per rider.


In addition, 15 % of all CSIJY competitors may receive a personal invitation (wildcard) from the OC.


The organiser draws up a list of all definitely starting competitors („masterlist“), classified according to the above criteria, which must be given to the German NF office, the Foreign Judge and the NF Delegate. Any alterations may only be done in mutual agreement before the event starts.


Facilities Offered:


A. Competitors


Hotels: - Comfort-Hotel Süd (Großbeeren) distance approx. 4 km Tel. +49-33701-700

- Hotel CourtYard (Teltow) distance approx. 6 km Tel. +49-3328-4400

- Hotel Berliner Ring (Dahlewitz) distance approx. 20 km (A10) Tel. +49-33708-580

- Ringhotel Großbeeren (Großbeeren) distance approx. 2 km Tel. +49-33701-770

- Pension Keller (Güterfelde) distance approx. 4 km Tel. +49-3329-611948

- Bäkemühle (Kleinmachnow) distance approx. 8 km Tel. +49-33203-78008

- NH Hotel (Kleinmachnow) distance approx. 8 km Tel. +49-30-20620790

- Ibis Hotel (Kleinmachnow-Dreilinden) distance approx. 16 km Tel. +49-33203-8030

- Motel One (Kleinmachnow-Dreilinden) distance approx. 16 km Tel. +49-30-76686986


A list of further hotels can be requested from the organizer.

Hotel reservations are to be done by the competitors themselves on their own account.

Caravans can be parked on the showgrounds if the respective space is ordered on closing date of entries. Accommodation and meals on the competitors’ own account.


B. Grooms

Competitors must reserve rooms for their grooms themselves on their own account. The organizer provides the grooms with free meal vouchers.

Sufficient sanitary and showering facilities for male and female grooms, with hot and cold water, will be provided by the organizer.


C. Horses

The horses are stabled in boxes (stable tent) from 14th to 19th June, 2006.

First bedding (straw) will be free of charge; shavings have to be ordered and paid separately (additional fee € 30.- per box). This amount is payable together with the entry fee and cannot be reimbursed in case of non-using.

Hay/straw can be bought at the prices of the day on the show grounds. Mangers and buckets have to be brought along.

There will be no reimbursement of transport charges.


D. Framework and Evening Program:

Friday evening: COME TOGETHER – Welcome evening of the nations for officials, competitors, accompanying persons and grooms. All teams and competitors are asked to give a short presentation on stage, illustrating special customs or anything they esteem typical for their home country, or to offer a small variety of typical food or beverages.

Saturday evening: EURO-DISCO-NIGHT – big Horse Show Party in the marquee.


E. Welcome

Arrival is possible as of 14th June, 2006 (noon).

Date, time and means of arrival of competitors and horses must be given to the OC in order to facilitate them on arrival.


F. Local transport from hotel to showgrounds

The Shuttle Service is available to officials only, daily from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.



G. Advertising and publicity on competitors and horses

The competitors are authorised to carry the logo of their personal sponsor in accordance with Art. 136.1 and 2.

The Chief Steward will check that the advertising and publicity on competitors and horses complies with Art. 136 of the General Regulations. Competitors not complying with Art. 136 will be reported to the Ground Jury and will not be permitted into the arena during the course of the competition until the use of the sponsor logo is in compliance with this article.


H. Manufacturer of Safety Cups

CARO Cardinali & Rothenberger GmbH, Liebermannstr. 18, D-32257 Bünde.



VI. Entries:


Closing date of

entries in principle: 18th April, 2006

nominated entries: 16th May, 2006

definite entries: 6th June, 2006


The foreign competitors will be entered by their home NF.


The entries must include the following information on horses:

name, stud book initials/breed and registration number, country of birth, year of birth, sex, colour, FEI passport number, name(s) of owner(s), name of sire and of dam (Foreign riders are requested to use the specific entry form retrievable from the internet page www.young-neighbours-meeting.de!)

Entries must include the name of the Chef d’Equipe.


Entries to be sent to:

Sporthaus Verden GmbH

Turnierservice c/o Neubeeren Tel. +49 - 42 31 - 92 22 19

Postfach 1449 Fax: +49 - 42 31 - 92 22 18

27264 Verden / Aller eMail: neubeeren@sporthaus-verden.de


Global entry fee:

CSIJY: 300,00 € per horse

CDIJY/CDIOJY: 250,00 € per horse

The fee (including stabling fee, entry fee, fee for the regional association of Berlin-Brandenburg and MCP-fee) have to be paid when handing in the entries by means of a crossed cheque.


VII. Custom’s Formalities:


For questions pertaining the veterinary and animal diseases legislation for horses from abroad, the following transport agent is ready to assist:

Johannsmann Transport Service GmbH,

Internationale Pferdetransporte,

Hagenort 6, D-33803 Steinhagen,

Tel. +49 - 5204-890111, Fax +49 - 5204-890222


Customs and veterinary fees are not be taken over by the organizer. Per horse € 25.- have to be paid for preparing the necessary customs and veterinary documents.


III. Veterinary Matters:


1. Show Veterinarians: Dr.Joachim Zierz

Seepromenade 90

14612 Falkensee

14979 Großbeeren

Tel. +49 - 172/325 66 66


Show farrier: Schmiedeteam Polaski

Bahnhofstraße 8

14624 Dallgow

Tel. +49 - 3322-237645



2. Veterinary-Aspect A


According to the Veterinary Regulations, 10th Edition 2006


Veterinary Examinations, Horse Inspection and Passport Controls

These will be carried out in accordance with Vet. Regs. Art. 1011, Rules for Jumping Events, Annex VII and Rules for Dressage Events, Annex I. General Regulations, 21st Edition 2005 will apply:


Art. 139.1

Every horse entered for any competition at CNs, CDIs1/2*, CDIJYP, CSIs1/2* or CSIJYPVCh Cat. B in a foreign country (see GRs 141.2), and all horses entered for CDIs3*, CSIs3/4/5*, CSIJYPVCh Cat. A, CIOs, Championships, Regional and Olympic Games, whether at home or in foreign countries (see GRs 141.2), must have an official, valid FEI Passport, or a National Passport approved by the FEI accompanied by an FEI Recognition Card and, when applicable, an FEI registration number, as a means of identification and to establish ownership.


Art. 139.2

Horses taking part in CNs, CDIs1/2*, CDIJYP, CSIs1/2* or CSIJYPVCh Cat. B in their country of residence are not required to have such a passport as is mentioned in paragraph 1. All such horses must be properly registered and identifiable and unless there is no national requirement for equine influenza vaccination in the host country and in the country of origin all horses must have a valid vaccination certificate.


Date, time and place of horse inspection:

Wednesday, 14th June, 2006 5.00p.m. - 7.00 p.m. (Dressage)

Thursday, 15th June, 2006 11.00 am. - 4.00 p.m. (Dressage and Jumping)


Equine Influenza Vaccination, Vet. Regs. Annex VII

All horses and ponies for which an FEI Passport, or a National Passport approved by the FEI has been issued, must have the vaccination section endorsed by a veterinarian, stating that it has received two injections for primary vaccination against equine influenza, given between 1 and 3 months apart.

In addition, a booster injection must be recorded as having been given within each succeeding 6 months, subsequent to the second injection of the primary vaccination. None of these injections must have been given within the preceding 7 days including the day of the competition or of entry into the competition stables.

The above are the minimum requirements for influenza vaccination. Both primary and first and subsequent booster injections should be given according to the manufacturer's instructions, which will fall within the stipulation of the FEI ruling.


Sampling for Prohibited Substances (Vet. Regs. V & VI and Annex IV)

Regular sampling is carried out in CSIs3/4/5*, CDIs3*, CIOs, World Cup Qualifiers and Finals, Championships and Games, whereas at other CIs sampling is recommended. When testing takes place, the number of horses tested is at the discretion of the Testing Veterinarian/Veterinary Delegate; however, a minimum of three is recommended (Vet. Regs. Art. 1016).

Special guidelines are applicable for events covered by the FEI Medication Control Programme (Groups I & II only).


Medication Control Program (MCP)

The Organising Committees of FEI events within Groups I & II are advised to charge competitors the equivalent of CHF 12.50 per horse per event as a contribution towards the costs of the MCP programme.


Approved Laboratory

Under the Medical Control Programme (MCP) in Groups I and II, all samples collected in accordance with VR Art. 1017.1 will be analysed by Laboratoire Courses Hippiques, 15 rue de Paradis, 91370 Verrières le Buisson, France, Tel.: +33.1 - 69 75 28 28, Fax: +33.1 - 69 75 28 29.


Certification of Health

Every competitor is supplied to deliver all necessary certificates of health for the transport to the event or identification o the horses before they come into the stables:

a) in case of arrival from a EU-member-country, a certificate for registered horses acc. to sample of Annex B to Reglements 90/426 of the actual valid form (sample is enclosed to schedule) will be necessary.

b) in case of arrival from a country not concerning to the EU, a certificate of health for registered horses acc. to sample of annex II of the decision of the commission 92/260 of the actual valid from will be necessary.

A certificate must be done in at least one official language of the country of destination and in one official language of the member country. The competitor must carry with him the original certificate, not a copy.

The organiser sees to it that on the competition site, an official state veterinarian is present to issue the health certificates which are necessary for the transport of the horses to their destination abroad.

In case the OC has entrusted to a forwarding agency, the latter is ready to assist regarding the required documents.

Furthermore, questions relating to health requirements for horses can be directed to the veterinary authorities in the country of origin or in Germany.


IX. Miscellaneous:


1. Protests

All protests to be valid must be made in writing and accompanied by a deposit of CHF 150.- or equivalent.


2. General Classification at the end of the event


A Special Prize Dressage: „Isabell-Werth-Trophy – Master-Prize“ (2 x 2.500,- EURO)

In each CDIO tour (Juniors and Young Riders) the competitor who is placed first in all three individual competitions (incl. the final competition) of the respective tour of the „Isabell-Werth-Trophy“ will receive 2.500 EURO, the competitor placed first in two competitions of the respective tour will receive 1.000 EURO.


B Special Prize Jumping - for the winners of the Final competitions of the Small and Big Tour.


The prizes are awarded directly after the last final competition jumping in the main arena jumping!


3. Distribution of Prizes, Prizes in Kind and Indemnities

All prize money and all prizes in kind rewarded instead of prize money as well as reimbursements (e. g. transport charges, travelling expenses) will be distributed acc. to FEI-RG Art. 130.2 following the last competition at the latest. (In the case of equality of penalties and time on first place, the money value of the prizes in kind (e. g. a car) is divided accordingly! The scheduled prizes are gross amounts.) Settlement will be done per competitor. Depending on the agreement with the horse-owner, each competitor binds himself, to pass on to the horse owners the prize money or prizes in kind rewarded instead of prize money. The organizer is allowed to deduct possibly outstanding debts of the competitor. Acc. to § 50a Abs. 4 this also applies to foreign horse owners. After having deducted the turnover tax from the prize money or prizes in kind rewarded instead of prize money the following income tax will be due: no taxes up to 250 EUR, 10 % up to 500 EUR, 15 % up to 1,000 EUR, 20 % exceeding 1,000 EUR; plus 5,5 % solidarity fee of the income tax. The tax deduction has to be confirmed on demand. Those foreign competitors being exempted from tax deduction are kindly asked to submit an exemption certificate either with the entry or on the first show day at the latest. Every competitor himself is responsible for the correctness of the details he submits.


4. Insurance

All owners and competitors are personally responsible for damages to third persons caused by themselves 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.


5. Liability

The organizer declines any liability for property or pecuniary damage which may happen to visitors, competitors, grooms and horse owners through slight negligence of the organizer, his delegates or his assistants. He also declines any liability for theft, fire or other incidents.


6. Event’s Organisation

In exceptional circumstances, together with the approval of the Ground Jury, the competitors and the NF-Delegate, the OC reserves the right to modify the schedule in order to clarify any matters or matters arising from an omission or due to unforeseen circumstances. Any such changes must be notified to all competitors and officials as soon as possible, and they must be reported to the FEI Sec. Gen. by the Foreign Judge.


7. Entry Right to Showgrounds

Riders, Chefs d’Equipe, grooms and horse owners receive free entrance.

(Per nation / federal association one Chef d’Equipe, per rider one groom and per horse two horse owners acc. to the FEI passport)

Entry Right to stable area acc. to VR Art. 1005.2.5.



8. Preliminary Time-Table


Wednesday, 14.06.2006 Horse Inspection, Warm up

(1st day) Thursday, 15.06. 2006 1,2, Horse Inspection, Warm up

(2nd day) Friday, 16.06. 2006 Comp. No.: 3/4, 5/6,7, 17,18

(3rd day) Saturday, 17.06. 2006 Comp. No.: 8,9,10,19,20/21, Saturday night: 11,12

(4th day) Sunday, 18.06. 2006 Comp. No.: 13,14,15,16,22,23,24



CODE OF CONDUCT


The Federation Equestre International (FE I) 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. 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.

2. Horses and competitors 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.

3. 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.

4. 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.

5. The FEI urges all involved with the sport to attain the highest levels of education in their areas of expertise.




International Dressage Competitions

- „Isabell-Werth-Trophy – Master-Prize“ -


- Junior-Tour: Juniors (14-18 years old) acc. to V. - Dressage - with horses of 6 year or over.

- Young Rider-Tour: Young Riders (16-21 years old) acc. to V. - Dressage - with horses of 7 year or over.

- Per competitor 2 horses, in the CDIOJY-Tour only 1 horse per rider.

- Horses starting in the CDIOJY-Tour are not authorized to start in the CDIJY-Tour.

- Saddlery acc. to Art. 427 and J 16, Art. 428

- Scoring Method and Judgement acc. to Art. 432 - 434






1st Day Thursday, 15. June, 2006



Competition No. 1

Dressage Competition – international CDIJ-Tour

Dotation: 500 € (105,80,70,60,50,45,45,45 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Juniors (14-18 years old)

International FEI test for Juniors – Preliminary Competition 2006, to be ridden from memory.

Starting order: by draw acc. to Art. 425




Competition No. 2

Dressage Competition – international CDIY-Tour

Dotation: 750 €

(165,140,110,95,75,55,55,55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Young Riders (16-21 years old)

International FEI test for Young Riders – Preliminary Competition 2004, to be ridden from memory

Starting order: by draw acc. to Art. 425





2nd Day Friday, 16. June, 2006


Competition No. 3

Dressage Competition – international CDIOJ-Tour

1st Qualifier „Isabell-Werth-Trophy“ - CDIOJ-Tour

Dotation: 500 € (105,80,70,60,50,45,45,45 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Juniors (14-18 years old)

International FEI test for Juniors – Team Competition 2006, to be ridden from memory.

Starting order: by draw acc. to Art. 425.3 and 456


Competition No. 4

Dressage Competition – international CDIOJ-Tour

Nations' Cup Juniors

Special prize for the placed teams

Each foreign nation may declare one team (4 riders). The results of the 3 best competitors of a team will be taken into consideration. Rating will be according to the results in competition 3.

Starting order: see competition 3


Competition No. 5

Dressage Competition – international CDIOY-Tour

1st Qualifier „Isabell-Werth-Trophy“ - CDIOY-Tour

Dotation: 750 € (165,140,110,95,75,55,55,55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Young Riders (16-21 years old)

International FEI test for Young Riders – Team Competition 2004, to be ridden from memory.

Starting order: by draw acc. to Art. 425.3 and 456


Competition No. 6

Dressage Competition – international CDIOY-Tour

Nations' Cup Young Riders

Special prize for the placed teams

Each foreign nation may declare one team (4 riders). The results of the 3 best competitors of a team will be taken into consideration. Rating will be according to the results in competition 5.

Starting order: see competition 5



Competition No. 7

Dressage Competition – international CDIJ-Tour

Dotation: 500 € (105,80,70,60,50,45,45,45 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Juniors (14-18 years old)

International FEI test for Juniors – Team Competition 2006, to be ridden from memory

Starting order: by draw acc. to Art. 425










3rd Day Saturday, 17th June, 2006


Competition No. 8

Dressage Competition – international – CDIOJ-Tour

2nd Qualifier „Isabell-Werth-Trophy“ - CDIOJ-Tour

Dotation: 750 € (165,140,110,95,75,55,55,55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Juniors (14-18 years old)

International FEI test for Juniors – individual competition 2006, to be ridden from memory

Starting order: same order as competition 3


Competition No. 9

Dressage Competition – international - CDIOY-Tour

2nd Qualifier „Isabell-Werth-Trophy“ – CDIOY-Tour

Dotation: 1000 € (250,200,150,100,90,80,70,60 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Young Riders (16-21 years old)

International FEI test for Prix St. Georges 2000, to be ridden from memory

Starting order: same order as competition 5


Competition No. 10

Dressage Competition – international CDIY-Tour

Dotation: 750 € (165,140,110,95,75,55,55,55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Young Riders ( 16-21 years old)

International FEI test for Young Riders – Team Competition 2004, to be ridden from memory

Starting order: by draw acc. to Art. 425


Competition No. 11

Dressage Competition – international CDIOJ-Tour - Consolation Competition

Dotation: 500 € (105,80,70,60,50,45,45,45 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Juniors (14-18 years old)

Open to rider/horse combinations who do not participate in competition No.15, the horses must have been started in competition 3 and 8.

International FEI test for Juniors – Preliminary Competition 2006, to be ridden from memory.

Starting order: by draw acc. to Art. 425


Competition No. 12

Dressage Competition – international CDIOY-Tour - Consolation Competition

Dotation: 750 € (165,140,110,95,75,55,55,55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Young Riders (16-21 years old)

Open to rider/horse combinations who do not participate in competition No.16, the horses must have been started in competition 5 and 9.

International FEI test for Young Riders – Preliminary Competition 2004, to be ridden from memory.

Starting order: by draw acc. to Art. 425





4th Day Sunday, 18th June, 2006



Competition No. 13

Dressage Competition – international -

Final CDIJ-Tour

Dotation: 500 € (105,80,70,60,50,45,45,45 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Juniors (14-18 years old)

Open to and compulsory for the 12 best rider/horse combinations from competition No. 7.

If a qualified rider withdraws the next best rider moves up.

Kür acc. to the FEI Kür result sheet for Juniors 2005.

Starting order: draw in groups of 6; the riders placed 1st to 6th in competition 7 have to start last.


Competition No. 14

Dressage Competition – international -

Final CDIY-Tour

Dotation: 750 € (165,140,110,95,75,55,55,55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Competitors: Young Riders (16-21 years old)

Open to and compulsory for the 12 best rider/horse combinations from competition No. 10.

If a qualified rider withdraws the next best rider moves up.

Kür acc. to the FEI Kür result sheet for Young Riders 2005.

Starting order: draw in groups of 6; the riders placed 1st to 6th in competition 10 have to start last.


Competition No. 15

Dressage Competition „Kür for Juniors“ – international - CDIOJ-Tour

Final „Isabell-Werth-Trophy“ – CDIOJ-Tour

Dotation: 750 € (165,140,110,95,75,55,55,55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Open to and compulsory for the 15 best rider/horse combinations from competition No. 8 (max. 3 per nation).

If a qualified rider withdraws the next best rider moves up.

Kür acc. to the FEI Kür result sheet for Juniors 2005.

Starting order: draw in groups of 5; the riders placed 1st to 5th in competition 8 have to start last.


Competition No. 16

Dressage Competition „Kür for Young Riders“ – international - CDIOY-Tour

Final „Isabell-Werth-Trophy“ – CDIOY-Tour

Dotation: 1000 € (250,200,150,100,90,80,70,60 €) plus breeders’ premium

Open to and compulsory for the 15 best rider/horse combinations from competition No. 9 (max. 3 per nation).

If a qualified rider withdraws the next best rider moves up.

Kür acc. to the FEI Kür result sheet for Young Riders 2005.

Starting order: draw in groups of 5; the riders placed 1st to 5th in competition 9 have to start last.





ANNEX Dressage




Total amount of the scheduled prize money in the international Dressage Competitions:


Competition 1 € 500,-

Competition 2 € 750,-

Competition 3 € 500,-

Competition 4 € ---

Competition 5 € 750,-

Competition 6 € ---

Competition 7 € 500,-

Competition 8 € 750,-

Competition 9 € 1.000,-

Competition 10 € 750,-

Competition 11 € 500,-

Competition 12 € 750,-

Competition 13 € 500,-

Competition 14 € 750,-

Competition 15 € 750,-

Competition 16 € 1.000,-


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TOTAL € 9.750,-
















International Jumping Competitions


- Competitors acc. to V. - Jumping - with horses of 6 years or over.

- Per competitor 3 horses permitted, two horses per tour.

- Each horse may be started only once per day in one tour (except team competition).

- The horses may change the tours.

- Saddlery acc. to Art. 256 and 257

- Starting order: acc. to Art 252 and Annex VI (draw and rotation), provided it is not stated otherwise in the

competitions.





1st Day Friday, 16th June, 2006



Competition No. 17


JUMPING COMPETITION - international -

1st Qualifier Small Tour

Dotation: € 500 (100,80,75,65,4x45 €) plus breeders’ premium

Per rider 2 horses permitted.

Scoring Method: A acc. to Art. 238.2.1 (acc. to penalties and time)

Speed: 350 m/min.

Obstacles: 1,35 m high approx. 1,50 m wide




Competition No. 18


JUMPING COMPETITION - international -

1st Qualifier Big Tour

Dotation: € 750 (150,105,80,70,65,60, 4x55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Per rider 2 horses permitted.

Scoring Method: A acc. to Art. 238.2.1 (acc. to penalties and time)

Speed: 350 m/min.

Obstacles: 1,40 m high approx. 1,50 m wide


2nd Day Saturday, 17th June, 2006




Competition No. 19


JUMPING COMPETITION - international -

2nd Qualifier Small Tour

Dotation: € 500 (100,80,75,65,4x45 €) plus breeders’ premium

Per rider 2 horses permitted.

Scoring Method: A acc. to Art. 238.2.1 (acc. to penalties and time)

Speed: 350 m/min.

Obstacles: 1,35 m high approx. 1,50 m wide




Competition No. 20


TEAM JUMPING COMPETITION with 2 ROUNDS - international -

Dotation: € 2500 (600,550,500,350,300,200 €) plus breeders’ premium

Per rider two horses permitted, but only one horse may be started in a team, the 2nd horse only for the individual rating.

A team consists of 3 - 4 riders (the best three riders of a team per round will be taken into consideration) of a nation / federal association, in addition mixed teams may be formed.

In addition in the 1st round individual riders may start after all team riders for the rating of the big tour. There will be an additional individual rating/placement (comp. 21) acc. to the results in the 1st round.

Scoring Method: Two rounds acc. to A acc. to Art. 273.3.3 (the 2nd round leads over a shortened course), (acc. to penalties and time from both rounds).

Starting order: Starting order of the teams in the 1st round will be determined by draw. In the second round only the 6 best teams from the 1st round are admitted (acc. to penalties and time). Starting order in the 2nd round will be in reverse order of the team results in the 1st round (penalties and time). The riders with in the teams will retain the same order as in the 1st round.

Speed: 350 m/min.

Obstacles: 1,40 m high approx. 1,60 m wide




Competition No. 21


JUMPING COMPETITION - international -

(Individual rating from competition No. 20 - 1st round)

2. Qualifier Big Tour

Dotation: € 750 (150,105,80,70,65,60, 4x55 €) plus breeders’ premium

Per rider 2 horses permitted.

Scoring Method: A acc. to Art. 238.2.1 (acc. to penalties and time, classification acc. to the results from the 1st round of competition No.20)

Speed: 350 m/min.

Obstacles: 1,40 m high approx. 1,60 m wide





3rd Day Sunday, 18th June, 2006




Competition No. 22


JUMPING COMPETITION with Jump-Off - international -

Final Small Tour

Dotation: € 1500 (300,240,185,130,100,90,80,5x75 €) plus breeders’ premium

Authorization to start: Only rider/horse combinations who have at least completed two competitions out of competitions No.17,18,19,21 without having retired or having been eliminated.

Per rider one horse of his own choice with the above mentioned result.

Placing: Winner of the final will be the winner of the Small Tour.

Scoring Method: A acc. to Art. 238.2.2 (acc. to penalties and time with one jump-off in case of equality of penalties for the 1st place)

Speed: 350 m/min.

Obstacles: 1,40 m high approx. 1,60 m wide




Competition No. 23


JUMPING COMPETITION with Jump-Off - international -

Finale Big Tour

Dotation: € 5000 (1.000,800,650,550,450,400,325,225,4x150 €) plus breeders’ premium

Authorization to start: Only horse/rider combinations who have completed competition No.17 and 21 or No.18 and 21 in without having retired or having been eliminated. Per rider one horse of his own choice with the above mentioned result.

Placing: Winner of the final will be the winner of the Big Tour.

Scoring Method: A acc. to Art. 238.2.2 (acc. to penalties and time with one jump-off in case of equality of penalties for the 1st place)

Speed: 350 m/min.

Obstacles: 1st round: 1,40 m high, jump-off: 1,45 m high approx. 1,60 m wide



Competition No. 24


ACCUMULATOR JUMPING COMPETITION without Jump-Off - international -

Consolation Competition (Small and Big Tour)

Dotation: € 500 (100,80,75,65,4x45 €) plus breeders’ premium

Per rider max. 3 horses not being started in competition No.22 or 23, however the horses must have been started at least once in the small or big tour.

Scoring Method: A acc. to Art. 269.1,2,4,5

Speed: 350 m/min.

Obstacles: 1,35 m high approx. 1,50 m wide






ANNEX Jumping




Total amount of the scheduled prize money in the international jumping competitions:


Competition 17 € 500,-

Competition 18 € 750,-

Competition 19 € 500,-

Competition 20 € 2.500,-

Competition 21 € 750,-

Competition 22 € 1.500,-

Competition 23 € 5.000,-

Competition 24 € 500,-


TOTAL € 12.000,-




Warendorf, 10-Apr-06


approved by the FEI: signed John P. Roche, Manager Jumping Department

signed Eva Salomon, Manager Dressage Department



approved by the

German Equestrian Federation: signed Gabriele Wentrup, Sports Department


 

  
  
  
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