Nolikumi : ARHĪVS : 2008 :

18-24.08.2008 Open traditional equestrian championship "The Mayor’s Cup"

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by Mr. Anatoly Isachkin

The President of the Moscow Equestrian Federation


« » 2008

 




Definite Schedule

for the open traditional equestrian championship

“The Mayor’s Cup”


I. General information

Status of event:

traditional

Category of event:

open individual/team

Date:

August 18-24, 2008

Place:

Russia, Moscow, Balaklavskiy prospect, 33, OESC "Bitsa"

Contacts show office: email: fksm@mail.ru

Fax. +7 495 318 22 72

Foreign Riders coordinators: Mr. Kenneth Wrede (FIN) tel. 8 10 358 500 272 072

Ms. Ekaterina Melchenkova (RUS) tel. +7 926 260 53 61


II. Organizer

- The department of physical culture and sport of Moscow,

- ROO “Equestrian Federation of Moscow”, tel/fax.(495) 318-92-02, 318-05-90 , fksm@mail.ru

- OAO Olympic Equestrian Sport Center “Bitsa”, Balaklavskiy prt.,33, tel.318-26-81

Event director: Mr. Anatoly Isachkin


III. General conditions

This event is organized in accordance with:

 FEI General Regulations, 22nd edition, revision effective 1st June 2007,

  • FEI Veterinary Regulations, 10th edition, effective 1st June 2006,

  • The Rules for Jumping Events, 22nd edition, effective 1st January 2006, with all corrections and modifications, 2008,

  • Regulations for equestrian tournaments, 2008,

  • The Rules for Dressage Events, 22nd edition, effective 1st January 2006, with all corrections and modifications, 2008,

  • Regulation for the Russian Equestrian Events, 2008,

  • Regulation for the Moscow Equestrian Events, 2008

  • All subsequent corrections and modifications to the above Rules and Regulations as published by the FEI.



IV. Organization of the event


The responsibility of the organization of the event is on the Organizing Committee and the Ground Jury. The OC and the Ground Jury reserve the right to change the program of the competitions according to unforeseen circumstances.

V. Ground jury




Country/Region

The President of the Dressage Ground Jury

Mr. Yury Romanov

Moscow

The President of the Jumping Ground Jury

Mr. Nikolay Chebyshev

Moscow reg.

Members of the Ground Jury:



Jumping:

Mr. Sergey Karacheskiy

Moscow reg.


Ms. L.Lobodenko

St.-Petersburg


Ms. ElenaPavlova


Dressage:









Secretary General

Ms. Tatiana Kabakova

Moscow

Course Designers:

Mr. Alexey Ermolayev

Moscow reg.


Mr. Igor Pyatalo

Moscow

Course Designer Assistant

Mr. Ilya Bolshakov

Yaroslavl reg.

Technical Delegate of the Russian Equestrian Federation:



Dressage:

Mr. Vladimir Tishkin

Moscow

Jumping:

Mr. Nikolay Chebyshev

Moscow

The President of the Appeal Committee

Mr. Rostislav Makarov

Moscow

Members of the Appeal Committee:






Chief Steward

Ms. Galina Ashmarina

Moscow





VI. Specific technical conditions


Venue: outdoors

Type of Footing: sand.

Dimensions of the competition arena: 90 x 60m,

Dimensions of the practice arena: 56 x 43 m.


VII. Invitations. Conditions of Participation

Categories of invited riders:

  1. Adults** (riders 1990 y.of birth and older on horses 7 y.o. and older)

  1. Adults* (riders 1990 y.b. and older):

­ jumping– on horses 6-7 y.o.;

­ dressage– on horses 6 y.o. and older.

  1. Young Riders (1990-1987 y.b.)

  1. Juniors (1994-1991 y.b.)


Regions invited: 25

Number of NFs invited: 14

NFs invited: LAT,LTU,EST,FIN,CZE,SLO,POL,BLR,UKR,GER,DEN,IRL,SWE,NOR

Quantity of foreign Participants:

  1. 1 dressage team per country;

  1. 1 jumping team per country.


Preliminary competitions:

Participation in Preliminary Competitions is obligatory for all riders. In the Preliminary competitions the composition of Individual and Team Competitions are formed. The Preliminary Competitions are open to invited riders according to below charts( tab.1).


Tab.1. Composition of teams:

Members of the Sport Delegation:

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Adults**

1

1

1

2

2

1

1

1

Adults*

1

-

1

-

1

-

1

-

Young Riders

1

1

-

1

-

1

-

2

Juniors

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

1

Chef d’Equip

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Trainer

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Grooms

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2


Dressage Individual Competition: Each horse can compete once in each competition.

Adults**: "Grand Prix Freestyle" open for 12 best riders in the "Grand Prix" test

Adults*/Young Riders: "Intermediate 1 Freestyle" open for 12 best riders from each category in amount of "Intermediate 1" Test . Participation in "Intermediate 1" and "Intermediate 1 Freestyle" allowed for the riders on horses 6y.o. and older in condition that these horses didn't participate in "Grand Prix" test.

Juniors: "Fancy-dress Junior Freestyle" open for 12 best riders in amount of "Preliminary Junior Competition 2006y.".

Jumping Individual Competition: Each horse can compete once in each competition.

Adults**: Competition N6 open for 20 best riders in amount of Competition N3 . Adults*/Young Riders: competition N5 open for 20 best riders in each category in amount of Competition N2.

Juniors: Competition N4 open for 15 best riders in amount of Competition N1.


Team Competition:

Team Entries must be presented by the Chef d’Equip to the Organizing Committee after Preliminary Competitions:

21 August – presentation of Entries for Dressage Team Competition;

22 August – presentation of Entries for Jumping Team Competition.

Each team must consist of 3 riders from different categories. Each team must include one “Junior” and one “Adult**” rider. Participation of the third rider is the choice of the Chef d’Equip: one “Young Rider” OR one “Adult*”.

«Pas de Deux» - competition, included in the Mayor’s Cup program. Open for Adults and Young Riders.


VIII. Entries

Entries in Principle should be sent to the Organizing Committee by e-mail: fksm@mail.ru or fax. +7 495 318 22 72

Entries in Principle are obligatory!

In case of abstance the Entry in Principle OC reserve the right to refuse the Definite Entry.


Entries in Principle must be sent by return!


Nominated Entries must be sent not later than 4 August!

Definite Entries must be sent not later than 11 August!

IX. Participation


Important- Entry forms must include the following information on horses:

Name of horse, date of birth, breed, country of birth, stood-book initials, passport number, colour, sex, name(s) of owner(s).

Documentation:

  • Entry form

  • FEI passport

  • Insurance of rider

  • Veterinary Certificate


Х. Veterinary matters


Veterinarian inspection for foreign Dressage horses- 18 August at 3 p.m.

Veterinarian inspection for foreign Jumping horses- 20 August at 3 p.m.


Show veterinarian: Ms. Dina ANDREEVA


Please note!!! The attached Veterinary Certificate to enter Russian Federation (not older than 90 days) for competing from European countries (Schengen, etc) should be ORIGINAL, with signature and stamp of State veterinary of the exporting territory The Original Certificate blank (different for all the European countries), with hologram and coloured should be requested from the Government Veterinary Department of the exporting European country as soon as possible.


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, booster injections 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 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.



XI. The draw


The draw for the dressage riders will take place after the technical consultation of Judges and Chef d'Equips, 18 august at 4 p.m.

The draw for the jumping riders will take place after the technical consultation of Judges and Chef d'Equips, 20 August at 4 p.m.


XII. The program of the competitions.


18 August

(MON)

11.00

16.00

Documentation commission for dressage riders

Dressage draw

19 August

(TUE)

09.00



15.00

FEI Juniors Preliminary Test (qualification for the Freestyle)

Horses 6 years and older. Open to all Juniors. Number of horses per rider: 1


FEI Grand Prix (qualification for the Freestyle)

Open to all Adults**.Number of horses per rider: 1

20 August

(WED)

11.00

16.00


09.00

Documentation commission for jumping riders

Jumping draw


FEI Intermediate 1(qualification for the Freestyle) :

- For Young Riders

- For Adults* on horses 6 years and older.

Open to all riders. Number of horses per rider: 1

21 August

(THU)





10.00






13.00






16.00

Competition N1 (qualification for Competition N4):

Competition against the clock (Art. 238.2.2)

Obstacles height: max 120cm Jump-off (if any) - 1

Open to all Junior riders.

Horses 6 years and older. Number of horses per rider: 1


Competition N2 (qualification for Competition N5):

Competition against the clock (Art. 269)

Obstacles height: max 130cm

Open to all Young riders and Adults* on horses 6-7 years.

Number of horses per rider: 1


Competition N3 (qualification for Competition N6):

Competition against the clock (Art. 238.2.1)

Obstacles height: max 140cm Jump-off (if any) - 1

Open to all Adults**.

Horses 7 years and older. Number of horses per rider: 1

22 August

(FRI)




10.00






15.00

FEI Intermediate 1 Freestyle

- For Young Riders

- For Adults* on horses 6 years and older.

Open to 12 best rider/horse combinations in the qualification class in each category.


FEI Fancy-dress Juniors Freestyle Test

Juniors on horses 6 years and older.

Open to 12 best rider/horse combinations

23 August

(SAT)

14.00





16.00





19.30


Competition N4: Competition against the clock (Art. 238.2.2)

Horses 6 years and older. Jump-off (if any) - 1

Obstacles height: max 130cm

Open to 20 best rider/horse combinations. Category: Junior riders


Competition N5: Competition against the clock (Art. 238.2.2)

Obstacles height: max 140cm Jump-off (if any) - 1

Open to 20 best rider/horse combinations in each category.

Categories: Young riders and Adults* on horses 6-7 years


Competition N6: Competition against the clock (Art. 238.2.2) Grand Prix.

Obstacles height: max 150cm Jump-off (if any) - 1

Category: Adults**.

Horses 7 years and older. Open to 20 best rider/horse combinations.

24 August

(SUN)

12.00



15.00

FEI Grand Prix Freestyle

Open to 12 best rider/horse combinations.


Pas de Deux

Open for Adults and Young Riders.

Number of horses per rider: 1 ( not more than 6 pairs)




XIV. Prize-giving ceremony


The Prize-giving ceremony takes place after each Competition on horseback.


XV. Facilities offered


1. Competitors:

Requests for accommodation must be sent with Entries in Principle ( e-mail: fksm@mail.ru or fax. +7 495 318 22 72 ) not later 4 August!

Dressage Teams: accommodated (bed and breakfast) from 17 to 25 August at OC expense at the hotel on territory of the Event.

Jumping Teams: accommodated (bed and breakfast) from 17 to 25 August at OC expense at the hotel on territory of the Event.

Meals: at the expense of OC at the hotel (breakfast) and the territory of the Event ( lunch).

Hotel "Bitsa",

Address: Russia, Moscow, Balaklavskiy prospekt, 33


2. Horses

Requests for stabling must be sent with Entries in Principle not later 4 August ( e-mail: fksm@mail.ru or fax. +7 495 318 22 72)

Transport expenses to be paid by the competitor.

Stabling to be paid by OC from 17 to 24 August.


3. 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. Information about the date of arrival must be send to the OC before 1 August.


4. Customs formalities

The Organizing Committee is willing to render the assistance to international riders in preparation of veterinary and customs documentation, if they will indicate their points of crossing the border of the Russian Federation in Entries in Principle ( email: fksm@mail.ru or fax. +7 495 318 22 72)


Transport company "Venta", contact person Mrs.Xenya Vorobyova

Address: 194044, Russia, St.-Petersburg, B.Sampsonievskiy, 32, 2b, of.211

Telephone: +7 812 324 16 01 Fax: +7 812 324 27 75

Email: info@ventagroup.ru



XVI. Financial matters

Moscow Equestrian Federation provides the judgment and controls the execution of the Russian Competition Rules.

OESC" Bitsa" provides all technical, medical, accommodation and reception matters.

XVII. Insurance


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.

The OC is not responsible for damages caused to competitors, grooms and horses in amount of their illness, robbery, accident or fire, etc.


XVIII. Objections/Complaints


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



XIX. Stable Security/Stewarding at the Event


Stewarding at the Event will last from the Veterinarian Inspection to the end of all competitions (28-30.09.08)


1. 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 unauthorized 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.

2. Grooms

The Person Responsible must be ensure that his/her groom, or any other authorized person with access to his/her horses, are familiar with the security and stewarding procedures operating at the event attended.

3. Movement throughout event grounds.

Movement of horses between the stables, practice and main arena must be strictly controlled.

4. 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.














Appendix 1

Entry form for participation in the Event:

Rider's information:

Name

Year of birth

Club

Разряд/

звание

Trainer's name

Horse's name

Program









Horse's information:

Name

Year of birth

Breed

Country of birth

Stood-book initials

Passport number

Owner(s) name(s)

Colour

Sex














 

 

  
  
  
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