OFFICIAL PRIZE LIST Central Arizona Riding Academy CHAMPAGNE DRESSAGE SHOW Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre, Queen Creek, AZ January 5-6, 2019 CARA CHAMPAGNE SHOW (Level 2) - USEF/USDF # 337548 Entries Open:  November 15, 2018 Entries Close:  Received or paid online by December 18, 2018 Location:  Horseshoe Park & Equestrian Centre 20464 E Riggs Rd. Queen Creek, AZ  85142 Manager:  Jay Chabucos - email:  Jay.Chabucos@gmail.com; C: 623-221-0707   Secretary:  Dian Seabury – email:  dfseabury@gmail.com; C: 520-906-5545  2232 Cerrada Bala Tucson, AZ 85718   Co-Secretary:  Paula Madden, Tucson, AZ Judges:  Lilo Fore, ‘S’, Santa Rosa, CA; Hilda Gurney, 'S', Moorpark, CA Technical Delegate:  Loree McGee, ‘r’, Mesa, AZ Veterinarian: On Call, contact info will be posted in show office Farrier: On Call, contact info will be posted in show office EMT: On Site, contact info will be posted in show office Entry Procedures:  An entry form must be completed for each horse/rider combination. Entries will be filled on a first come, first served basis based on RECEIPT. Entries must be Received or completed and paid online by midnight December 18, 2018. Do not send entries requiring a delivery signature or a post entry fee will be charged. Please use the entry form contained in this Prize List or from the CARA website. Send the completed entry form, copies of all cards and registrations and all fees to the Show Secretary. Make checks payable to Central Arizona Riding Academy. Vaccination records must be available for examination per USEF GR845.   Freestyle entries must include a copy of a qualifying test (N/A Junior or YR freestyle) and music on CD.  Please also email an MP3 copy of the music to show secretary. An entry is incomplete without proof of memberships and horse registrations and will be charged internet search fees. Renew now!!!! NEW USEF REQUIREMENT FOR 2019:  All competitors must complete USEF Safe Sport certification before competing.  Please attach a copy of your Safe Sport Completion of Sexual Misconduct Awareness Education certificate.  The training can be found at https://www.usef.org/compete/resources-forms/rules-regulations/safe-sport THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL and no refunds will be given if competitor cannot provide proof of completion.  USEF website takes up to 3 days to reflect completion so print and bring certificate.
ON-LINE ENTRIES AT WWW.EQUESTRIANENTRIES.COM You can also use this system to fill out show entries and mail a check at no cost. NOTES ABOUT ENTERING ONLINE 1. When entering a TOC class, please specify which test you want to ride in the box provided. 2. You need to upload your completed/signed Federation agreement signature page and attach documents to your entry, including your Safe Sport Training completion certificate OR email copies to the show secretary prior to the closing date of the show to avoid incomplete entry fee. 
Class Fees: Other Entry Fees: Office Fee:  Required for each show.  Non-refundable. Refunds:  No refunds (including stabling) for any reason after the closing date, including cancellation of a class or classes, or all or part of the competition due to severe weather, accident or any other emergency.  Before closing, all fees except office fee are refunded.  After closing, stabling will be refunded only if stabling is full and stall is filled from the wait list.  Qualifying fees and USEF fee (if horse is not on show grounds) will be refunded. Class List:  Use the Class List below. Test of Choice classes: If competitor wishes to ride the same test twice in the same day, they may enter the regular class, for example Training 2 and Test of Choice --Training, test 2.  Management reserves the right to move people in or out of these classes.  Test of Choice will be pinned by division, not test.  Freestyle will be pinned by test not division.
Intro – Fourth – per test
$65
FEI Level including PSJ and Freestyles; USDF Freestyles- per test
$75
Dressage Seat Equitation, USEA Eventing TOC
$50
Leadline Exhibition
$25
GAIG/USDF Qualifying Class. Add $15 fee per class
$15
Jackpot Fee (See Below for Jackpot pools)
$25
Office Fee - Non-refundable for entries cancelled on or before close date
$30
Late Fee - per entry accepted after closing date as space allows
$30
Not Entered (Schooling) Horse (per show)—entry is required
$30  
USEF Fee (USEF $15 D&M $8)
$23
USEF Show Pass (Non-Member) Fee
$45
USDF Non-Member Fee
$35
USDF Affidavit Fee
$5
Change Fee
$25 if allowed
Incorrect/Incomplete Entry/Internet search fee
$15
Returned Checks
$50
See below for Stabling fees
Opportunity Classes:  Will be offered at Training Level tests 1 and 2 and First Level tests 1 and 2.  Opportunity classes are intended to introduce competitors to showing at USEF/USDF licensed shows without incurring additional membership fees. They are for entry level riders. Competitors showing only in opportunity classes are exempt from USDF and USEF membership, horse and drug fees.  Classes are pinned Junior and All Other. These classes do not count toward high point, year-end, USEF or USDF awards.  Scratches:  Scratches before the closing date may be made for any reason and all fees will be refunded except the Office Fee. Competitors have the responsibility to inform the show office of their intention to scratch. Anyone who does not appear for their scheduled dressage test without informing the show office prior to the scratch may be considered a “no-show” and subsequent rides will be scratched and filled from the wait list if possible. Late/Post Entries: Accepted as space allows. Add $30 per entry. See Stabling section for late entry stabling information. After the competition is filled, a wait list will be established. Changes:  $25 per change, if allowed. Change in rider and horse is a new entry and all entry fees apply.  Not Competing (Schooling) Horses:  Must pay a $30 schooling fee, office fee and fill out entry.  Operation of Motorized Vehicles:  USEF GR1301.7 applies.  Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind, including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles, on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s
license. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from that operation. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s) and/ or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense. Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with Chapter 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. STABLING  Stabling in permanent barn is limited and will be awarded on a first come, first served basis.  Horse stalls have priority; Tack stalls will be refunded if not available.  Stable Groups:  If you want to be stabled with a group, please provide the Show Secretary with only ONE name (either individual or Trainer barn) for entire group. Inform the show secretary of stabling requirements when submitting entries (i.e., stallions). Late Entries with stabling location requests will be honored, if possible.  However, late entries may not be stabled with their requested group after barn charts have been finalized and submitted to the venue. Smoking is prohibited in stall areas. Use sharps containers provided in barns.  Competition management may fine any individuals including trainers, owners, exhibitors, or their agents up to $100 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments.  Bio-hazard medical waste containers will be provided in the stable are.  All competitors and their agents are responsible for proper disposal of this waste. Prices apply to Horse or Tack Stall.  All horses on site overnight must be stabled. Stalls will not be reserved until entries are received by the Show Secretary.  Friday check in after noon through Sunday 6 pm. 
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.. Bedding:  Shavings may be ordered at $10 per bag and will be delivered to your assigned stall.  Indicate the number of bags on entry form.  Bedding will be available for purchase during the show.  No outside bedding permitted. Ride Times: Preliminary ride times and a show schedule will be available on the Fox Village Ride Times and Results website http://www.foxvillage.com/FVDShowResults/(u1sz3w55ecbbkm55ygfmk155)/Show.aspx 
Permanent 12x12 matted stalls with 12 ft solid walls between stalls.  No outside bedding permitted. Bedding required and 2 bags included.
$130
Friday check in after 7:00 am through Sunday 6:30 pm
Overflow stabling Temporary 10x10 stalls, no outside bedding permitted.  Bedding required; 2 bags included.
$130
Friday check in after 7:00 am through Sunday 6:30 pm
Extended Package per Stall
$165
Thursday check in after 12:00 noon through Sunday 6:30 pm
Day Stall per day
$65
7:00am-6:00 pm; includes one bag shavings
Additional Nights
$45
if allowed. Please contact Show Secretary
Trailer-in per day
$45
do not pay if you’ve paid for stabling or a day stall.  must be out by 6pm
Shavings per bag
$10
 
and CARA website, www.caradressage.com. Final ride times will be posted at the show by noon Friday. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to verify final ride times at the show. Please notify the show secretary of any scheduling conflicts. Ride times will not be mailed. Arenas: Covered competition arenas (laser leveled sand) and covered warm-up arena (sand mix).  All tests are ridden in 20 x 60m arenas.  Arenas will be open for schooling on Friday.  During the show, competition arenas will be open for hand walking only outside the dressage court up to one half hour prior to the start of the first class, and mounted schooling after close of competition until show office closes.  Arenas will be watered and worked throughout the show.  USEA Eventing tests and Para Equestrian tests may be in either 20x40 or 20x60 depending on test level and number of entries. Parking:  Trailers must be parked in designated areas Pets:  All pets must be on a leash per USEF GR1301.6 or subject to fine.  No pets inside arena fencing at any time.  Loose dogs will be captured, and owner must pay $50 which will be donated to the Arizona Humane Society. Concessions:  Available on the grounds. Numbers:  Two numbers will be provided for each horse.  All horses on the show grounds must have a number on when out of their stalls. Awards: First place Prize and ribbon for Open, AA and Jr/YR divisions.  Ribbons awarded through 6 th  place.  Test of Choice class placing will be determined by division, by percentage ranking, regardless of which test is ridden within each class. Freestyle classes are pinned Open by level.  Ties broken per USEF DR 123.3 and 123.8. Breed Awards:  Several breed organizations will be offering high point awards.  Please include a copy of your breed papers with your entry.  Check the CARA website for an updated list of breeds included.  So far: American Hanoverian Society; International Andalusian and Lusitano Horse Association High Point Awards:  Scores from Freestyle, ParaEquestrian, Intro, Opportunity, Rider, Equitation, Eventing, Exhibition or pony classes do not count for High Point level awards.  The high point trophies are awarded to the rider with the single highest score at the designated level.  The following are perpetual trophies: The Joachim Spindler Training Level Highpoint Trophy

Lauren Messinger First Level Highpoint Trophy

The Mary Bochmann Second Level Highpoint Trophy

The Daniel Donati Third Level Highpoint Trophy

The Sue Dupree Fourth Level Highpoint Trophy

The Edgar Hotz Memorial Prix St. Georges Trophy

The Major Hector Carmona Memorial Grand Prix Trophy

The Titmouse Award 10 years and younger: Highest score individual test 

The Dorothy Vlatten Award adult amateur rider age 40 or over for a single score training level

Jackpot classes:  Colter Baysa ProAm Award  Jackpot Fee $25.  Only 1 Jackpot entry fee per Pro-Am team needs to be paid The same horse is ridden by a professional (open) in one test and by an amateur (adult, junior, or young rider) in another test. Tests are training-GP.  Freestyles, intro, opportunity, eventing, para, DSE do not count.  The tests can be ridden in any order or either day.  The entry must indicate which classes count toward the award.  A second entry is required for the second rider but USEF fees are not charged.  The regular class fee applies to both rides.  An additional $25 fee is charged for the jackpot fee.  The fees will go to the prize money and the split is 1 st -40%; 2 nd -30%; 3 rd - 20%; 4 th -10% paid to horse owner.  The class will be placed by adding together the percentage received on the two tests.  The highest total wins. Special prize in addition to the jackpot for the winning team. A second entry form for the other rider is required, but the USEF fee, and stall fee do not need to be paid as long as both riders on the same horse are participating in the Pro-Am Challenge Jackpot. The Prix St Georges/ Prix St James Jackpot Challenge  Jackpot Fee $25 Riders must ride PSG (class 151) on Saturday and the PSJ (Prix St James-class 269) on Sunday on the same horse.  The PSG class maybe ridden in either a snaffle or double bridle and the PSJ class must be ridden in a snaffle bridle
with a legal dressage bit.  The two scores will be combined.  There is an additional $25 jackpot fee. The prize money will be $500 (jackpot plus additional show monies if needed). The split is 1 st -40%; 2 nd -30%; 3 rd - 20%; 4 th -10% paid to horse owner.  Please check the CARA website for the PSJ test.  Entry in the PSJ class is restricted to jackpot entries.  Exhibition Classes:  Classes that are not USEF or FEI tests.  Leadline and Prix St James are considered exhibition. Lodging:  COURTYARD PHOENIX MESA GATEWAY AIRPORT (16 minutes) 6907 East Ray Rd., Mesa 1-800-881-1523, BEST WESTERN GOLD CANYON INN & SUITES  8333 East Sunrise Sky Dr., Gold Canyon, 1-800-881-1523 DOUBLETREE BY HILTON PHOENIX GILBERT  1800 South San Tan Village Pkwy., Gilbert,  1-800-881-1523 Hyatt Place Hotel Gilbert 3275 South Market Street, Gilbert, AZ 85297 US Ready to book? Call 1-800-916-1392 Directions: From Tucson: Take exit 211 from I-10 W; Take AZ-87 N, N Attaway Rd, N Hunt Hwy, N Gantzel Rd and W Empire Blvd to East Riggs Road From Phoenix: US-60 E to Mesa. Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 190B for Arizona 202 S Take exit 34A for AZ-24 E Continue on S Ellsworth Rd. Drive to East Riggs Road Arrival Day(s):  All USEF and local rules are in effect upon entering the show grounds. This includes arrival day(s). Pony:  To compete in pony division of classes at Training, First or Second Level, a copy of the Federation Measurement certificate must be submitted with the entry.  If the pony does not have the certificate, the pony must be measured by the Technical Delegate and Show Veterinarian with an official USEF measuring stick.  There may be a fee of up to $100 for this measurement. Measurement must be requested at least three days before the show and will take place on Friday.  The competitor is responsible for veterinarian fees.  If the veterinarian is not available Friday, measurement will be Saturday. Other: The show committee reserves the right to make changes including, but not limited to, cancel, split or combine classes, limit class size, change arenas, limit the number of rides and number of horses per rider and cancel, add or change judges.  The show committee reserves the right to refuse any entry for cause.  The show committee reserves the right to deny entry to any competitor if the competitor or owner has outstanding debt to CARA.  EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF OR FEI RULES AND WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH.  It is the responsibility of the competitor to be familiar with these rules. USEF MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT:  Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level or above and Combined Driving Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and Vaulting Competitions and Endurance Rides. A non-member may participate asa handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon payment of a $30 Show Pass fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the Requirements of this rule: 1) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk trot and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions. 8) Opportunity classes, 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10) USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes.
ATTENTION COMPETITORS Each competitor is responsible for supplying management with the following association numbers before the day(s) of the competition. United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) for horse, owner, rider, trainer and/or coach. United States Dressage Federation (USDF) for horse, owner and rider.The scores of competitors who fail to supply correct numbers may not be counted toward national awards.
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  CLASS LIST  Designate division: AA (Adult Amateur), YR (Young Rider), J (Junior), O (Open).  Undesignated will be entered in Open. Divisions will be pinned separately, and may be scheduled separately at management discretion.  Opportunity and Intro classes will be pinned Junior and all other. TOC is Test of Choice.  Q = GAIG/USDF Qualifying.  Add $15 to class fee.  
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  Saturday
Sunday
Classes
Divisions
Notes
101
201
Training Level Test 1
O, AA, J/YR
 
102
202
Training Level Test 2
O, AA, J/YR
 
103
203
Training Level Test 3
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
105
205
Training Level TOC
O, AA, J/YR
add Q (test 3 only)
106
206
Training Level Test 1 Opportunity
Jr, All others
 
107
207
Training Level Test 2 Opportunity
Jr, All others
 
 
 
 
 
 
111
211
First Level Test 1
O, AA, J/YR
 
112
212
First Level Test 2
O, AA, J/YR
 
113
213
First Level Test 3
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
115
215
First Level, TOC, specify test
O, AA, J/YR
add Q (test 3 only)
116
216
First Level Test 1 Opportunity
Jr, All others
 
117
217
First Level Test 2 Opportunity
Jr, All others
 
 
 
 
 
 
121
221
Second Level Test 1
O, AA, J/YR
 
122
222
Second Level Test 2
O, AA, J/YR
 
123
223
Second Level Test 3
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
125
225
Second Level TOC, specify test
O, AA, J/YR
add Q (test 3 only)
 
 
 
 
 
131
231
Third Level Test 1
O, AA, J/YR
 
132
232
Third Level Test 2
O, AA, J/YR
 
133
233
Third Level Test 3
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
135
235
Third Level TOC, specify test
O, AA, J/YR
add Q (test 3 only)
 
 
 
 
 
141
241
Fourth Level Test 1
O, AA, J/YR
 
142
242
Fourth Level Test 2
O, AA, J/YR
 
143
243
Fourth Level Test 3
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
125
245
Fourth Level TOC, specify test
O, AA, J/YR
add Q (test 3 only)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
FEI Classes
 
 
151
251
Prix St. Georges
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
152
252
Intermediate I
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
155
255
Intermediate II
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
156
256
Grand Prix
O, AA, J/YR
add Q
158
258
FEI TOC, Specify Test
O, AA, J, YR
Includes above FEI classes and Intermediate A and B, FEI YR GP (16-25), Jr or YR  Individual, GP Special (add Q)
160
260
FEI Junior Team Test
J
add Q
162
262
FEI Young Rider Team Test
YR
add Q
 
269
Prix St. James (Exhibition)
Open, Jackpot only
Prix St Georges class 151 must also be ridden and the combined scores will determine the winner of the prize jackpot.  .
  Saturday
Sunday
Classes
Divisions
Notes
 
 
Freestyle Classes
 
 
170
270
USDF Freestyle (TOC)
O by level
add Q (no Q for Training level)
171
271
FEI Freestyle (TOC)
O by level
add Q as applicable (J, YR and Pony tests not Q)
173
273
FEI Para Dressage Freestyle (TOC)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Other
 
 
191
291
Introductory Test A
J, all other
 
192
292
Introductory Test B
J, all other
 
193
293
Introductory Test C
J, all other
 
196.1
296.1
Dressage Seat Equitation
J
 
196.2
296.2
Dressage Seat Equitation
AA
 
197
297
Rider Test TOC, specify test
O, AA, J/YR
Specify test: Training, First or Second level
198
298
FEI Para Dressage TOC, Specify Test
 
 
199
299
USEA Eventing TOC
 
 
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300
LEADLINE (Exhibition)
 
 
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