USEA Horse Trials, June 11

Valinor Farm USEA Horse Trials  Sunday, June 11, 2017  – is still accepting entries
post entries will be accepted is space allows.

USEA-logo-RGBOpen Date: April 25, 2017. Close Date: May 23, 2017
Official details can be found on the USEA Omnibus .
Online Registration is available thru Event Entries.
Secretary’s email robyn@valinorfarm.com

* Please note change of TD for this Event.  Mary Hutchins will officiate*

Offering Rider and Open divisions PT-BN and INTRO

*SJ will run for all levels in our all weather arena (no grass!!!)
*Local Vendors and Trade Show!
*Food Booth run by the amazing “The Edible Yard” a local, organic farmer!
*New, exciting sponsors! (Prizes!!!)
*TIP awards!

 


Valinor Farm is proud to be participating in the The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.).  To participate, please include a copy of your T.I.P. identification card.  Don’t have a card…please visit www.tjctip.com to register for one. Entries accepted up until the start of the competition.
Eligibility & Awards –
1. BN Low score Thoroughbred Award – $75 prize money and prize
2. N  low score Thoroughbred Award – $75 prize money and prize
3 T  low score Thoroughbred Award – $75 prize money and prize
4 P/T Low score Thoroughbred Award – $75 prize money and prize

Additional Information for competitors:

Beginner Novice and above Horses and Riders: New USEA membership/registration requirements are effective December 1, 2016 for Beginner Novice. This level will no longer have the option to pay a $25 non-member fee: riders must be a current Junior, Full, Life or Collegiate member and horses registered with either a Limited (T,N,BN) status or Full. See this USEA page for more information.

 


Thank You to our sponsors!

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And Thank You to all our Fabulous Volunteers!
We could not do it without you.

Announcers:  Joe Santos and Chris Kent
Parking:  Bill Risso and Mike Mascio
Start Box and Score collecting:  Lisa and Dana Risso
Scoring: Ashley Mascio
Ring Stewards: Beth Dubrawski, Betsy Bodner, Kris Eastman, Emily Moynihan, Katherine Thomas, Irene Given, Kate Croteau, Mary Storch
Stadium and Dressage Scribes: Sue Shiels, Carol Mayo, Heidi Hinkle, Gail Day, Mary Storch
Awards and Volunteers Organizers: Chris and Crystal Fulcher
Cross Country Judges and Setup Crew:
Abby Dubrawski, Alison Bodner, Andrea Shill, Victoria Radin, Craig Benoit, Jackie St Thomas, Ellen Montgomery, Brenda Casey, Martha Anderson, Ann Marie Johnson, Greer Melville, Erin Hurley,  Andrea Bennett, Sophie Johnson, Martha MacGregor, Samantha Morse, Lauren Boisvert, Hunter  Schreiver, Shelby Waite, James Day, and many others that I did not catch name for!


Valinor Farm is proud to be participating in the The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.).  To participate, please include a copy of your T.I.P. identification card.  Don’t have a card…please visit www.tjctip.com to register for one. Entries accepted up until the start of the competition.
Eligibility & Awards –
1. BN Low score Thoroughbred Award – $75 prize money and prize
2. N  low score Thoroughbred Award – $75 prize money and prize
3 T  low score Thoroughbred Award – $75 prize money and prize
4 P/T Low score Thoroughbred Award – $75 prize money and prize

Additional Information for competitors:

Novice and above Horses and Riders: USEA mandates that all riders and horse competing in USEA recognized competitions at the Novice Level and above must have a valid competing USEA horse registration and USEA Membership. ALL foreign competitors including Canada and Mexico must have a valid USEA membership and horse registration to compete.

Beginner Novice Riders: USEA requires all Beginner Novice Riders to have a USEA ID number. ID numbers do not require membership and can be created by going to the USEA home page and clicking on Online Services. Click “New User?” to create a profile.

Beginner Novice Horses: USEA requires that all horses competing at the Beginner Novice level should be registered with at least a restricted status. There is no cost to register a horse with restricted status, but the owner or rider must have a USEA ID number to register the horse.