Unaffiliated Dressage Competitions, 2020
Entry fee: £15 per class
Rosettes to 6th in all classes.
Please Note: Arley Moss Equestrian only accepts entries online, via PayPal or by credit/debit card. No paper entries will be accepted.
All classes and working-in are on excellent all weather surfaces.
Classes start at 9am.
Any non-resident horses and riders not competing on the day, are not allowed in the arenas
Hot food available.
Dogs allowed in car park only.
Conditions of Entry
CLASS 1 - Combination must not have been placed 1st in any other dressage competition.
SADDLERY: Tack as per BD rules. Martingales may be permitted in Class 1 only.
DRESS: As per British Dressage for dressage.
CLOSING DATE: Mid-day on Wednesday before the competition.
OVER SUBSCRIPTION: In the event of over subscription a waitlist will be held.
STARTING TIMES: available at here mid-day on Thursday before the competition.
WITHDRAWALS: Withdrawals should be emailed to email@example.com
REFUNDS AND CANCELLATIONS: Entry fees will only be refunded if your entry is replaced from the waitlist.
The ORGANISER has the right to amend and change classes if necessary. In the event of any dispute, the organisers decision is final.
For any additional information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Equine Influenza Vaccination
Please note a valid passport must accompany the horse to all competitions and be produced on request as spot checks will be carried out. Failure to comply is a disciplinary offence and will debar the horse from competing at the event for which it has been entered.
A horse will not be permitted to compete unless it has a current vaccination against equine influenza which complies with the following conditions:
An initial course of two injections for primary vaccination, not less than 21 days and not more than 92 days apart, are required before being eligible to compete.
A first booster injection must be given between 150 and 215 days after the second injection of primary vaccination.
Subsequent booster injections must be given at regular intervals of not more than 12 months, commencing after the first booster injection.
The most recent booster injection must have been given within six calendar months +21 days prior to the horse competing.
The full course or booster must have been administered at least seven days before arriving at the competition.