Bishop Burton National Schools NSEA Show Jumping Qualifier (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sun, Apr 18, 2021
Starting Times:
Start Times available on the Bishop Burton College website 2 days before the competition here.

Class 1
Team & Individual Show Jumping (0.70m - 0.75m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Info:
Mini 70-75cm Team & Individual Qualifier
(Riders to be aged under 14 on 1st January 2020) All team riders automatically count as individuals.
Class 2
Team & Individual Show Jumping (0.80m - 0.85m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Info:
Novice 80-85cm Team & Individual Qualifier
All team riders automatically count as individuals.
Class 3
Team & Individual Show Jumping (0.90m - 0.95m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Info:
Intermediate 90-95cm Team & Individual Qualifier.
All team riders automatically count as individuals
Class 4
Team & Individual Show Jumping (1.00m - 1.05m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Info:
1m-1.05 Open Team & Individual Qualifier
All team riders automatically count as individuals
Class 5
Individual Show Jumping (1.10m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Info:
1.10m Advanced Open Individual Qualifier
This class will be split into 5a) Horses, 5b) Ponies

Show Secretary: Bishop Burton College Entries Secretary
Bishop Burton College, Bishop Burton, Beverley, E Yorks, HU17 8QG
Tel: 01964 553087, Email: equine@bishopburton.ac.uk, Website: www.bishopburton.ac.uk


Location
Bishop Burton College, Bishop Burton , Beverley , E Yorks HU178QG
Map Link: HU178QG

Show Information
Entries Close: Tuesday 13th April 2021 at 10:00 or before if fully subscribed.
Rules- See ‘NSEA Additional Rules for Qualifiers 2021

Payment Details & Event Fees

Bookings online in advance only. You can book using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Bishop Burton College.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.

Entry Fees: £16.00 (includes Paramedic Fee).

Special Classes
1st & 2nd placed team & 1-4th placed individuals will qualify for the 24th annual NSEA National Schools Championships 2021 Addington Manor, October 2021
3rd -8th placed team & 5th-8th placed individuals will qualify for the NSEA Championship Plate 2021 Keysoe 2021

Withdrawals/Refunds
Refunds: Withdrawals within 48 hours of competition will be refunded less £5 admin fee. Withdrawals within 48 hours of competition will not be refunded.

Terms & Conditions
Returning to sport from April 2021

HEALTH CHECKS
1. If any competitor, or anybody in their household, is showing symptoms of Coronavirus or has tested positive in the past 2 weeks, they must not attend any NSEA event. On the morning of the competition, prior to departure, there should be the following simple health check conducted:
1. Take the temperature of everybody in the household. If anybody has a temperature of over 37.8 degrees, then please seek medical advice and do not attend.
2. Is anybody in the household quarantined because of foreign travel to a country which is not exempt? If so, please do not attend.
3. If anybody in the household has any of the following symptoms then please seek medical advice, and do not attend:
1. A persistent cough;
2. A loss of taste or smell;
3. A temperature (see 1(1) above)
2. If any competitor lives, or stables their horse, in an area which has been made the subject of a specific geographical lockdown then please do not attend an event.
3. If the event is located within an area which is subject to specific conditions, we will review those, and may cancel an event at short notice if required to do so.
4. If the competitor’s school is located in an area which is subject to specific conditions, even if the competitor lives outside that area, if they have physically attended the school in the two weeks prior to the competition, they should not attend.
5. For competitors who live near borders between England and Wales, or England and Scotland, please be mindful of the potentially differing rules once you cross a border, and familiarise yourself with those rules.

AT THE SHOW CENTRE
6. One person per squad should take charge of ensuring social distancing to ensure that everybody keeps their distance. They should familiarise themselves with one-way systems and protocols specific to each venue which will be available. Regular reminders will need to be given as it is easy to forget things when both on, and off, a horse. Remember to avoid sharing equipment. Household groups - or bubbles - should be maintained when moving around and please follow show centre instructions. Check in advance, for example, to see what, if any, catering facilities are available and plan accordingly.
7. Avoid touching surfaces like jumps or rails, and follow instructions given by show centres.
8. No spectators or supporters will be permitted. Just one parent/carer per competitor is encouraged wherever possible.
9. Do not forget to use hand sanitiser on arrival. Show centres will be providing this, but if there are shortages it is obviously sensible to bring your own which should be used regularly. Practise good hand-hygiene as often as possible throughout the day; show centres will all have soap and hot water available.
10. Any person at the event who becomes unwell should immediately isolate with their household, and if necessary should seek medical attention from the Paramedic team in attendance at NSEA events. The household with the unwell person in should leave the show centre to return home.
11. Please do not stay longer than is necessary for the competition. ARRIVE, COMPETE, LEAVE, in order to minimise the number of people at a show centre at any one time. All results will be published online.

BREACHES OF THE PROTOCOL
12. If breaches of this protocol are brought to the attention of show organisers, they will be permitted to demand the entire school’s team leave the show centre, and may eliminate competitors. The NSEA will then consider whether to allow that school or competitor to compete in future competitions.
13. Facemasks need to be worn in crowded areas for the time being.
14. Government easing is currently as follows

Step 1 B March 29th Outdoor sports facilities to open, including training venues & competition centres. People are encouraged to stay local. Organised competitions to commence- within strict COVID protocols. Therefore the NSEA protocols for competitions will be in place, once again.
Step 2 April 12th Self-contained accommodation and self-catering holidays are permitted. Therefore we anticipate that it will be possible to stay over at competitions from this point (one household per horsebox only) Pubs can serve food & drink outdoors. Trade stands & catering outlets are permitted to open. Scotland to return to the tier system, with the aim to move from tier 4 to tier 3. Some easing in March. Wales. Easing starts from March 12th, after the next stage of restrictions are announced.

HEALTH CHECK BEFORE YOU LEAVE
ONE PARENT PER COMPETITOR WHERE POSSIBLE
KEEP YOUR DISTANCE - DON’T BURST YOUR BUBBLE
PRACTISE GOOD HAND HYGIENE
ARRIVE, COMPETE, LEAVE

Disclaimers & Protocols… (see Bishop Burton College Website)

Your Responsibility
All persons attending the event must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents and must obey instructions given by the Organiser or by officials and stewards on its behalf. All competitors and those associated with their school are the responsibility of the Team Manager whilst at the competition The NSEA will not be held responsible for any financial loss incurred by the attendee as a result of a cancellation. Child Protection & Safeguarding If you have any concerns, please contact the NSEA on tel 07552 836032 / competition@nsea.co.uk to be put in contact with our designated Child Protection Officer. If you have immediate concerns, you can contact Childline tel 0800 1111 or NSPCC tel 0808 800 5000

TV & Photography
Please note that professional photographers will be present at the Qualifiers and there may also be TV cameras at the Championships. Please indicate on the entry form if you do not wish to appear in press coverage/ TV or photos taken by our official photographers.

 

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