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DEFINITE SCHEDULE CDI 3* Helsinki

Event (category): CDI 3* Date: 19.-22.10.2006

Place: Helsinki NF: FINLAND

GENERAL CONDITIONS

This event is organised in accordance with:

- FEI Statutes, 21st edition, effective 21st April 2004,

- FEI General Regulations, 21st edition, effective 1st January 2005,

- FEI Veterinary Regulations, 10th edition 2006,

- The Rules for Dressage Events (22nd edition, effective 1st January

2006), and if applicable the Rules for the World Cup Dressage Events

- All subsequent published revisions, the provisions of which will take

precedence.

- 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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The following must be printed in the schedule

Approved by the FEI

Signature :

Eva Salomon

Manager Dressage Department

Lausanne, on 14 August 2006

This schedule is approved providing the corrections as made by the FEI

have been added.

NOTICE FOR ALL INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

Any competitions other than those covered in the Rules for Dressage

Events must be approved by the FEI before they may be added to the

schedule

Schedules for CDIs 3*, CDI-Ws, CDIOs 2*, CDIOs 3* and Championships are

approved by the FEI.

Schedules for these events must be sent to the FEI Secretariat for

approval by the NF concerned, at least 16 weeks before the event is due

to take place.

Definite schedules must be sent to the FEI Secretariat by the NFs

concerned at least 4 weeks before the event takes place.

Final approval of the draft schedule by the FEI, in accordance with Art.

115.1, denotes only that the contents conform to the FEI Statutes,

General Regulations and Rules. By no means does this entail implicit

acceptance of any liability by the FEI for any damages to third parties

caused by the Organising Committee and its officials, riders, drivers,

owners, and their horses.

It is the responsibility of NFs to ensure their participants are of the

correct age.

IMPORTANT

The Definite schedules must be sent to the FEI Secretariat by the NFs

concerned, no later than 4 weeks before the event takes place.

THE APPENDIX IS PART OF THIS APPROVED AND SIGNED SCHEDULE

GENERAL INFORMATION

EVENT NUMBER

DENOMINATION OF EVENT (Art. 103, 420.1, 445)

STATUS: CDI3*

DATE (dd/mm/yy): 19.10.2006 - 22.10.2006

PLACE: Helsinki

COUNTRY: Finland

ORGANISER

Name: BCM SCanhorse Ltd

Address: POB 6, 00241 Helsinki, FINLAND

Telephone: +358-9-22945301 Fax: +358-9-22945307

Email: info@helsinkihorseshow.fi

Website: www.FIMhorseshow.fi

ORGANISING COMMITTEE (Art. 101.6)

Honorary President :

President of the Event : Mr. Kristian Nyman

Show Secretary : Ms. Laura Perttunen

EVENT DIRECTOR

Name : Mr. Tom Gordin

Address: BCMScanhorse Ltd

POB 6, 00241 Helsinki, FINLAND

Telephone:+358-500-302888 Fax:+358-9-22945307

Email: tom.gordin@helsinkihorseshow.fi

OFFICIALS (First name, Name and Nationality)

GROUND JURY : (Art. 148, 153, 437, 446)

(For CDIs3* min. 3 foreign judges of different nationality)

President : Mr. Stephen Clark (GBR) √

Member : Mr. Trond Asmyr (NOR) √

Member : Mr. Pertti Paloheimo (FIN) √

Member : Mr. Anders Sucksdorff (FIN) √

Member : Ms. Henriette Habenicht (DEN)

FOREIGN TECHNICAL DELEGATE : (Art. 156, 157, 446)

(Compulsory only for World Cup Finals, Championships and Games and

appointed by the FEI)

FOREIGN JUDGE : (Art. 437)

(For all other events, the President or another member of the Ground

Jury must be nominated in the schedule as Foreign Judge)

Name : Mr. Trond Asmyr (NOR) √

Email address:

APPEAL COMMITTEE : (Art. 154, 164, 438, 447)

(Required for CDIOs2*/3*, World Cup Finals, World Cup League Finals,

Championships, Regional and Olympic Games.)

President: Mr. Kari Launo (FIN) √

Email :

CHIEF STEWARD : (Art. 144, 428.5 and manual for Stewards)

(must be selected from the FEI Directory, List of Chief Stewards for

Dressage)

Name : Mr. Anders Ekberg (SWE) √

Email address: major@telia.com

FEI VETERINARY DELEGATE : (Art. 158, 440.2, 1003, 1007)

(must be selected from the FEI Directory)

Name : Prof. Ilkka Alitalo (FIN) √

Email : ilkka.alitalo@helsinki.fi

VETERINARY COMMISSION : (Art. 158, 440.1, 1003, 1008)

(Compulsory for CDIO2*s, CDIO3*s, World Cup Finals, Championships,

Regional and Olympic Games) (must be selected from the FEI Directory)

President :

Foreign Veterinary Delegate :

Associate Member :

SPECIFIC TECHNICAL CONDITIONS (Art. 429)

VENUE :

The CDI1* CDI2* CDI3* CDI-W CDIO2* CDIO3* CDIY

CDIOY CDIJ CDIOJ CDIP CDIOP Championship Games

will take place: indoors √

COMPETITION ARENA :

Sand arena - dimensions : 20 x 60 m

Total dimensions : 30 x 74 √

PRACTICE ARENA :

Sand arena - dimensions: 20 x 50 m and 20 x 40 m √

Please State

INVITATIONS (Art. 107-110, 120, 420, 423, 444, YR3, J3; also see

Categories of Events, Dressage Rules; Art. 484 of the Rules for FEI

World Cup Dressage)

Number of NFs invited : 9 √

State which NFs are invited : SWE, NOR, DEN, EST, RUS, GER, NED, LAT,

BLR, FIN

(at least six NFs for CDIs 3* and above) :

Reserve NFs :

Number of home riders : approx 3√

Number of riders per NF : approx 2√

Number of horses per rider : 1√

Competitors are invited by the Organising Committee through their NF.

One groom per rider.√

DRAW FOR THE ORDER OF STARTING (Art. 425, 456)

Competitions other than Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and Grand Prix

Freestyle according to Art. 425

GRAND PRIX

In reverse order of the World Ranking List (in groups of five)

(obligatory for CDI-W)

GRAND PRIX LEVEL FREESTYLE TEST

CDIO2*/3* and Championships

draw within groups of five in reverse order of the results

of the Grand Prix Special (group of riders placed 11-15th

to start first)

CDI3* and CDI-W

draw within groups of five in reverse order of the result

of the Grand Prix (group of riders placed 11-15th to start first) √

FACILITIES OFFERED (Art. 132, 133)

COMPETITORS

Hotel : Name, address, tel. no. Hotel: Radisson SAS Plaza Hotel

Mikonkatu 23, 00100 Helsinki

Tel: + 358 9 77590

Fax: + 358 9 7759 7100

Accommodated (bed and breakfast) from 18.10.2006 to 22.10.2006 at

OC'sexpense

Meals : at OC's expense from 19.10.2006 to 21.10.2006 at the

showgrounds.(where ). √

GROOMS

Requests for accommodation must be sent with entries.

Cost of accommodation will be at the cost of OC from 18.10.2006 to

22.10.2006 .

Sokos Hotel Pasila

Maistraatinportti 3, FIN-00240 Helsinki

tel: + 358 9 433 50

fax: + 358 9 143 771

Meals : at OC's expense from 19.10.2006 to 21.10.2006 at the

Showgrounds .

OCs must provide sufficient sanitary and showering facilities, with hot

and cold water for male and female grooms. √

HORSES / PONIES

Transport expenses to be paid by the competitor.

Ferry transport from Stockholm at a reduced price.

. All transport reservations have to be made by the OC.

Stabling arrangements, from 18.10.2006 to 22.10.2006. Cost to be paid

by the competitor at 20 Euro / day

Exact dimensions of stables: 3,2 x 3,0 m (minimum 3m x 3m) √

WELCOME

The time and date of arrival of riders and horses and their means of

transport must be given to the OC in order to facilitate them on

arrival.

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION - ARRANGEMENTS FROM HOTEL TO

SHOWGROUNDS

Please provide details Will be carried out by BMW Courtesy cars (10

min. distance to Show ground) √

ADVERTISING AND PUBLICITY ON COMPETITORS AND HORSES (Art. 136.1-2)

The competitors are or are not authorised to carry the logo of their

personal sponsor on the saddle cloth in accordance with Art. 136.1-2.

The Chief Steward will check that the advertising and publicity on

competitors and horses complies with Article 136 of the General

Regulations.

Yes No Please choose yes or no

OPEN SCORING

Please provide details if there will be open scoring (except for

Freestyle).

Compulsory for Championships and World Cup Dressage Qualifiers.

Yes (if possible) No √

ENTRIES (Art. 121)

Closing dates :

Entries in Principle : Aug. 20th, 2006

Nominated Entries : Sept. 1st, 2006

Definite Entries : Sept. 20th, 2006

Entry fee per horse : 250 Euro√

Starting fee per horse (if any) : none

Organising Committees may include the following in the schedule:

"NB : If any riders withdraw after the date of definite entries without

a valid excuse i.e. illness or lameness, the competitor will be held

liable to reimburse the OC for the actual financial loss suffered by the

OC (i.e. limited to stabling and hotel expenses) as a result of the late

withdrawal."

VETERINARY MATTERS (Art. 1004.2, 1005, 1011)

SHOW VETERINARIAN:

(The Show Veterinarian may never be the same person as the FEI

Veterinary Delegate)

Name: Mr. Jukka Holopainen

Address: Vermon Hevosklinikka Oy

Tel: +358-9-516922

VETERINARY INSPECTION 19.10.2006 √

Time : 10.00

CUSTOMS FORMALITIES

Address: Forwarding representing the OC in Finland:

Mr. Kenneth Wrede

Radiokatu 20 , FIN-00240 Helsinki

Telephone: +358-500-272072 Fax: +358-9-22945307

Email: info@helsinkihorseshow.fi

MEDICATION CONTROL LABORATORY

Details of FEI Approved Laboratory appointed to carry out analyses on

samples collected at this event. (Vet. Regs. Art. 1021 and FEI

Bulletin).

Name: Laboratoire des Courses Hippiques √

Address: 15, rue de Paradis, F-91370 Verrières le Buisson.

Telephone: Fax:

Email:

NAME OF DOCTOR / MEDICAL SERVICE

Name: There will be a firs-aid group(including doctors) awailable at the

show at all times

NAME OF FARRIER

Name: There will be a farrier available at the show at all times

A P P E N D I X

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TOTAL AMOUNT OF PRIZE MONEY FOR (choose category):

CDI3*

TOTAL PRIZE MONEY Euro 4.000√

Name of Class Amount

Competition No 1 FEI Grand Prix 1500 E

Competition No 2 Grand Prix Freetyle 2500 E

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FIRST DAY FRIDAY DATE : 20.10.2006

COMPETITION No 1

Name of competition and article(s) of the Dressage Rules relating to

this competition (e.g. Articles 421 and 422)

Participation Art. 422.3.4, 6, Open to all horses, 8 years and older.

Indicate test to be ridden and edition : FEI GRAND PRIX, Test B 2003

Edition√

Number of horses per rider : one√

Starting order : Draw: Art. 425.2. reverse order of World Ranking list,

in groups of five√

Total prize money + split-up : Euro 1500 (500, 400, 300, 200, 100)

Distribution of prize money - min. 5 per competition, distributed to 25

% of participants.

Entry fee : none√

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SECOND DAY SATURDAY DATE : 21.10.2006

COMPETITION No 2

Name of competition and article(s) of the Dressage Rules relating to

this competition (e.g. Articles 421 and 422)

Participation Art. 422.3.6, 6. Open to all horses, 8 years and older.

Indicate test to be ridden and edition : Grand Prix FREESTYLE WITH

MUSIC, 2005 2006 edition,

Number of horses per rider : one√

Starting order : Draw: Art. 425.5 Reverse order from Grand Prix in

groups of four.√

Open and compulsory for the 12 best combinations from the Grand Prix,

including those who tie for 12th place.

Total prize money + split-up : Euro 2500 (900, 650, 450, 300, 200)

Distribution of prize money - min. 5 per competition, distributed to 25

% of participants.

Entry fee : none√

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VETERINARY MATTERS (Art. 1004.2, 1005, 1011)

VETERINARY ASPECTS "A"

VETERINARY REGULATIONS, 10th Edition, 1st January 2006

(see website www.horsesport.org)

THE FOLLOWING TEXT MUST BE PUBLISHED IN VERBATIM IN ALL SCHEDULES

VETERINARY EXAMINATIONS, HORSE INSPECTIONS & PASSPORT CONTROLS

These will be carried out in accordance with the "Veterinary

Regulations", Art. 1011 & the discipline rules.

"General Regulations", 21st Edition, effective 1st January 2005 will

apply:

Art. 139.1

Every horse entered for any competition at CNs or ClMs (see Appendix D)

in a foreign country (see GRs 141.2), and all horses entered for other

Cls, ClOs, 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 and 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 and ClMs (see Appendix D) 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.

EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATION, VET. REGS. ANNEX VII (except events taking

place in NZL & AUS)

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. Chapter V & VI and Annex

IV)

Regular sampling is carried out in CCI3*/4*, CSIs (3*, 4*, 5*), 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 PROGRAMME (GROUP I & II ONLY)

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.

VETERINARY ASPECTS "B"

WHEN RETURNING THE DRAFT SCHEDULE TO THE FEI, PLEASE SUPPLY THE

FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

HEALTH REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ENTRY OF HORSES

Details on compulsory health tests and, where applicable, quarantine

period and protocol, etc. PLEASE APPEND SPECIMEN IMPORT LICENCES WHICH

WILL BE APPLIED TO HORSES ATTENDING THIS EVENT. In case of doubt or

problems, please contact the FEI Veterinary Department as soon as

possible.

CUSTOMS FORMALITIES

Details of required customs documents, border crossing points, times of

opening and customs agencies.

NFs holding an international event in their country should inform their

National Veterinary Authority and their Customs Authority at least four

weeks beforehand. They should request every facility to assist the

movement of horses accompanied by FEI Passports, and the necessary

veterinary certification at frontier crossing points into and out of

their countries. (Vet. Regs. Art. 1004.2)

Name of horse transport company representing the OC:

MCP CENTRAL LABORATORY - APPLICABLE ONLY TO GROUPS I & II

Under the Medication Control Programme (MCP) in Groups I and II, all

samples collected in accordance with Vet. Regs Art. 1016 will be

analysed by the Laboratoire des Courses Hippiques (LCH), 15, rue de

Paradis, F-91370 Verrières le Buisson. The central MCP Laboratory will

be reviewed in June 2009. Please refer to FEI Bulletin for further

information. For events other than those listed in Vet. Regs Art. 1016

or for events other than in Groups I and II, samples may be analysed at

an alternative FEI listed laboratory (Vet Regs Art. 1021).

MISCELLANEOUS

OBJECTIONS/COMPLAINTS (Art. 167-171)

All complaints and objections to be valid must be made in writing and

accompanied by a deposit of CHF 150.- or equivalent.

GENERAL CLASSIFICATION AT THE END OF THE COMPETITIONS

Full information on all special prizes for example:

*

PRIZE - CLASSIFICATION (Art. 128, 129, 130)

Details of system to determine the leading rider etc.

Any other details pertaining to prize distribution.

DEDUCTIONS FROM PRIZE MONEY: NONE

Full details of any deductions from prize money must be outlined in the

schedule.

This includes government taxes. If it is necessary for OCs to deduct

such taxes, they must provide participants with an official form

indicating the amount of tax deducted.

DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES AND INDEMNITIES (Art. 130)

State when and where the prize money will be distributed.

Twenty-five percent of participants per competition must receive prize

money.

(one prize for each group of four commenced competitors or part thereof)

INSURANCES

Details pertaining to insurance of competitors, horses etc.

Responsibility of OC for damages, fire, theft etc.

The following is to be published verbatim in each schedule:

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.

EVENT'S ORGANISATION (Art. 114 - 115)

In exceptional circumstances, together with the approval of Chefs

d'Equipe and Ground Jury the OC reserves the right to modify the

schedule in order to clarify any matter 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 Secretary General by the Foreign Judge.

ENTRY RIGHT TO SHOWGROUNDS (Art. 133, 1005)

Details concerning right of entry to show grounds of owners, grooms,

riders, other persons.

TO BE PUBLISHED VERBATIM IN ALL SCHEDULES

THE FEI 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.

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 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.

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.

A full copy of this Code can be obtained from the Fédération Equestre

Internationale, Avenue Mon-Repos 24, CH-1005 Lausanne, Switzerland.

Telephone: +41 21 310 47 47. The Code is available in English & French.

The Code is also available on the FEI's website: www.horsesport.org.

FOR THE INFORMATION OF ORGANISING COMMITTEES

THE INTERNATIONAL DRESSAGE RIDER CLUB (IDRC)

THE INTERNATIONAL DRESSAGE TRAINER CLUB (IDTC)

FEDERATION EQUESTRE INTERNATIONALE (FEI)

REMINDER FOR RIDERS AND TRAINERS

REGARDING WARMING-UP AND TRAINING AREAS

In recent years the warming-up areas have become more accessible to

spectators, judges, press and media who enjoy watching skilful and

sensitive riding and training methods.

Every rider and trainer must accept his responsibility to uphold the

high level of horse welfare our sport has achieved.

All warming-up and training areas are supervised by officially appointed

FEI stewards. Their job is to ensure that FEI regulations are enforced

and riders and trainers maintain standards of riding and warming-up in

accordance with art. 143 and 144 of the FEI General Regulations.

Should any spectator, rider, trainer or judge be concerned about, or

feel they are witnessing rough or unfair riding or training, without

delay they should immediately report the incident to the FEI Steward.

The FEI Steward will then decide on the appropriate course of action

including reporting the incident to the Chief Steward who will report to

the President of the Ground Jury.

More detailed information regarding disciplinary procedures can be found

in the FEI General Regulations, art. 174.

FOR THE INFORMATION OF ORGANISING COMMITTEES

STABLE SECURITY/STEWARDING AT INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO ENSURE IMPLEMENTATION OF

VRs Art. 1005.2.5, Annex X

ACCESS TO STABLE AREA

The stables must be completely enclosed within a suitably restrictive

perimeter (stable area) which will act both as a deterrent to the

admission of unauthorised persons and to the exit of horses. The area

must be sufficiently large to allow horses to be evacuated from the

stables in an emergency but still remain within the confines of the

perimeter.

Whenever possible the stable area must include only stables; lorries,

caravans, etc., should not be permitted within the area unless

specifically needed as accommodation for horses and/or grooms.

Access to stables must be limited to those persons indicated in VRs Art.

1005.2.5. It is essential that the official issuing authorised access be

a responsible person of seniority within the Organising Committee.

CONTROL OF ACCESS

A control system must operate at all entrance gates so that there is an

efficient and reliable method of identifying those who enter and leave

the stable area at any time.

Extra vigilance must be used in establishing the identity of persons and

reasons for entering the stables during the night.

STEWARDING OF STABLE AREA

At least one stable steward, directly responsible to the Chief Steward,

must be present or readily available in the vicinity of the stable area

24 hours a day during the entire duration of the event. He may be

assisted by deputies as required. The steward/deputies must regularly

patrol the stable area, without establishing any predetermined pattern,

to discourage any form of illegal practices or abuses to horses. Any

misdemeanours must be reported immediately to the stable steward who

must, in turn, report to the Chief Steward.

The duty of the stewards is therefore to safeguard the welfare of the

horses and to prevent any form of illegal practices.

GROOMS

It is appreciated that grooms wish to remain with their horses during

the night. Only grooms duly registered with the OC are permitted to do

so.

The Person Responsible must ensure that his/her grooms, or any other

authorised persons with access to his/her horses, are familiar with the

security and stewarding procedures operating at the event attended.

MOVEMENT THROUGHOUT EVENT GROUNDS

Movement of horses between the stables, practice, grazing and main arena

must be strictly controlled. The optimum layout for Jumping and Dressage

disciplines is attached. It is appreciated that flexibility will be

required depending on the requirements of other disciplines.

STEWARDING OF PRACTICE ARENA

The Chief Steward must ensure that all practice arenas are adequately

stewarded all the time that they are officially open. He must also

ensure that these arenas are subject to random control when they are

officially closed.

GRAZING AREA

It is recommended that a grazing area be provided at all outdoor events,

and that this be subject to random control. If available, horses must

only be grazed or walked in hand within this area.

The Foreign Judge/TD at events will be specifically asked to check that

the relevant requirements are met as reasonably as can be expected,

depending on the discipline, and to indicate clearly any shortfalls,

following which consideration may be given to altering the category of

the event in future.

STABLE SECURITY / STEWARDING AT INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

EXAMPLE LAYOUT FOR STABLES AND SHOWGROUND

Arena

Schooling Area

Gate closed during night and

non-competition times

Stables

Only entry and exit gate (guarded)

Vans

FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES

SPECIAL GUIDELINES FOR VETERINARY ASPECTS

The section of the Checklist entitled "Veterinary Aspects" is comprised

of four sections as follows:

Veterinary Aspects "A" (see page 5)

This page must be published verbatim in all schedules. It refers to:

veterinary examinations, horse inspections and passport controls;

equine influenza vaccination (note: some events take place, either at

venues or in countries which impose more stringent equine influenza

vaccination requirements than the FEI. Any deviations from the FEI

requirements must be clearly indicated as an addition to the text in

Veterinary Aspects "A" which must be published verbatim in the schedules

sampling for prohibited substances;

Medication Control Programme.

Veterinary Aspects "B" (see page 6)

This page must be fully completed and returned to the FEI with the Draft

Schedule.

Code of Conduct (see page 9)

This page must be published in all schedules and it is recommended that

it also be published in all programmes of international events.

Order Form for FEI Sampling Kits (see page 20)

The MCP is effected in Groups I and II, by Testing Teams of

veterinarians and technicians and by Laboratories all directly

instructed by the FEI.

At international events outside the MCP area or at those which are

covered by the MCP but at which sampling is required when the Testing

Teams are not present, the Veterinary Commission/Delegate will operate

in accordance with Vet. Regs Chapter VI.

To provide for this eventuality, FEI Sampling Kits should be ordered

directly on the form provided, from:

LABORATOIRE DES COURSES HIPPIQUES (LCH)

15, rue de Paradis

F - 91370 Verrières le Buisson

Telephone: +33 1 69 75 28 28

Telefax: +33 1 69 75 28 30

Orders must be received at least two months in advance of the date

required. Any kits ordered, other than by FEI appointed MCP Testing

Veterinarians, will be invoiced directly by LCH.

NFs are encouraged to stock an adequate number of sampling kits for use

by organisers of international events.

TO BE USED BY NATIONAL FEDERATIONS AND ORGANISING COMMITTEES TO

ORDER

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR MCP

FEI SAMPLING KIT ORDER FORM

TO: Dr Yves Bonnaire, Directeur FAX: +33 1 69 75 28 30

LABORATOIRE DES COURSES HIPPIQUES (LCH)

15, rue de Paradis

F-91370 Verrières le Buisson

CC: FEDERATION EQUESTRE INTERNATIONALE FAX: +41 21 310 47 60

Dr Frits Sluyter

Administrator of Medication Control Program

Avenue Mon-Repos 24

CH-1005 Lausanne

(Please print or type)

ORDER FORM (National Federation / Organising Committee)

Competition

OC / NF

Contact Name

Contact Address

City

Country

Phone Fax

Please invoice the following order to NF / OC as above :

FEI/LAB KITS indicate number required

1 kit per horse to be sampled

(including syringes, needles, etc...)

Date: Signature:

Please allow 28 days for delivery

FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES

P H O T O G R A P H S

GAMES AND CHAMPIONSHIPS

Please remember to provide the FEI with photographs of your event.

Your photos are needed for the publication of the results of the

Games/Championships in the FEI Bulletin and the Awards Ceremony to be

held during the annual FEI General Assembly.

Criteria for Photographs

Photos must be taken by an accredited photographer

Photos of individual winners in each discipline (1st, 2nd and 3rd

place)

Photos of team winners in each discipline (1st, 2nd and 3rd place)

Each photo must have a legible caption

Please address photos to Wiveka Lundh, Commercial Department

Thank you for sending us your photos as soon as possible after your

event so that they can be published in the corresponding Bulletin.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Stone

Sports Director

FOR INFORMATION

BASIC PRESS FACILITIES

Requirements from the International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists

(IAEJ)

Helping the media to provide good coverage for your competition is one

of the cheapest forms of publicity available. Stories in newspapers,

magazines or on the radio or television will do a lot for your event,

for your sponsors and for the overall visibility of equestrian sport in

your area. While media requirements at the top levels can be elaborate,

attention to some very simple and easy details can do a lot to help the

media exposure of even the smallest competition.

Programmes, starting orders, course plans and results must be available

at all times. The media must be given priority in the distribution of

final results.

A small, reserved working area should be available. This can be a small

room or a separate space within the secretariat or show office.

At least one telephone line must be exclusively available for the media

and must be accessible for modem. It does not have to be for free, but

available for the media. It can be difficult for the media to find a

suitable phone for connecting a laptop so this is a very helpful thing

to provide.

One telefax must be available. As above, it does not have to be for

free. Journalists can pay for their phone calls, but it does need to be

available.

Press stand. Some seats should be reserved for the media close to the

competitors.

Press officer. Even in the smallest show, there should be somebody aware

that the media might show up and need some help. Within the organizing

committee, somebody should be responsible for answering questions from

the media if needed (including on the telephone) or to organize a press

conference.

Access to the warm-up areas. It is essential that journalists and

photographers have a chance to contact the riders for interviews, photos

etc., and this is best done near the warm-up area.

Parking. At least for the photographers who have to carry heavy

equipment, there should be a possibility of getting into reserved

parking areas next to the competition venue.

It would be helpful if accredited press have the opportunity to have

some food and drink readily available.

 

 

  
  
  
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