Houghton International Inter-Hunt Team Relay (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Thu, May 27, 2021
Closing Date
Sun, May 23, 2021
Enter Online
Starting Times:

All competitors will be issued times, published on the Musketeer website.
Times will be available by 19:00, two days before the start of the relevant competition.

This event is run under FEI regulations, meaning ALL horses on site must be identifiable with a number at ALL times. In light of COVID guidelines, back numbers will not be issued to competitors, so competitors must provide their own bridle number or print their own back number. Competitor numbers will be available to view on the Musketeer website before the event

Class 1
Inter Hunt Team Relay (0.90m)    
Day:
Thu
Entry Fee:
£80.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £100.00, Rosettes 1st to 4th
Info:
Open to teams of 4 riders, who are active members of the Hunt they represent. Teams to be correctly dressed for a day’s hunting. Safety headgear MUST be worn and only one hunting whip carried per team

TEAM QUALIFICATION
Each team of four must hunt regularly with the Hunt they represent. At least two members must be a subscriber to that Hunt or the associated Pony Club. Teams may be made up of Junior or Senior riders of any age, but if entries warrant junior teams (riders all under the age of 25) will be split from senior teams.

Show Secretary: Musketeer Event Management Ltd
2 Gate Cottage, Brancaster, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, PE31 8EE
Tel: 01485 210070, Email: entries@musketeer.co.uk, Website: www.musketeer.co.uk


Location
Houghton Hall, Kings Lynn , Norfolk PE316UE
Map Link: PE316UE

Show Information

All other class entries close on Wednesday 19th May 2021.
CLASSES MAY CLOSE EARLY IF FULL and late entries will not be accepted
Course Designers: Mrs S Peasley - Norfolk

THE TEAM RELAY
o Teams will compete in drawn order, two teams at a time and jump separate identical courses.
o The team members must hand a hunting whip to the next member of the team. If the whip is dropped, the competitor who is handing it over must dismount pick up the whip and may, from the ground, give it to the next competitor. The lash may be taped up but should be no longer than the solid length of the whip.
o If a team member fails to complete the course either through a fall or a horse having three refusals, the following member must complete the round from the point of retirement and then continue to jump their own round. A team member may not complete the previous member’s round until they have had three refusals on the course or have fallen.
o Time penalties of five seconds will be added for each fence down.
o Refusals and errors of course will increase the time taken to complete the course.
o Teams must consist of four riders and four horses/ponies.
o In the event of a serious accident to either horse or rider the opposing team member will complete their round and the clocks then stopped for both teams. The next competitors will not be allowed to start the course until the injured rider/horse has left the arena. The competition will be restarted with the next rider of the team involved in the incident starting at the fence where the incident happened and the opposing team from the start line.
o Hunts can enter more than one team.
o It is a condition of entry that each team entered will provide one helper for the duration of the class. Details are to be provided on the entry form, or the entry will not be accepted.
o Incivility to any Houghton Official will not be tolerated and may result in team disqualification.
o The Organisers and Judges decision is final.

NUMBERS
Horses must be identifiable with a number at all times whilst on site (FEI regulations). In light of COVID guidelines, back numbers will not be issued to competitors. We recommend that bridle numbers are provided by the competitor. Alternatively, competitors may choose to print their own numbers. Competitor numbers will be available on the Musketeer website prior to the event.

RIDER PACKS AND TICKETS
Rider packs and vehicle passes will be sent via email approximately 1 week before the date of the show. The email address used when making the entry will be the email address this information is sent to, so please ensure you use the correct email address when making your entry.

EQUINE INFLUENZA
Equine Influenza and Tetanus vaccinations are a compulsory requirement. The requirement for the first 3 vaccinations is as follows: the first 2 vaccinations 21 – 92 days apart, a third booster between 150-215 days, and an annual booster vaccination within 365 days thereafter. No horse should enter competitions within 7 days of an EI vaccination. Foals should commence vaccinations at 6 months old. This Rule may be subject to change from guidance from the FEI/BEF. PLEASE NOTE: Any FEI Eventing competitors wishing to bring additional horses for the non-eventing classes, but stable them in the International stable block with their FEI Eventing horses, must vaccinate them in accordance with FEI regulations. Any horses not vaccinated in accordance with FEI regulations will be stabled in the non-eventing stable block.

Payment Details & Event Fees

Entries in advance. Entries can be made online only via www.musketeer.co.uk/non-eventing
Payment is secure and it goes directly to MEM Ltd.
You will receive an email confirmation of your class entry and payment.

Entry Fee: £80 per team
First Aid is £3 per rider, per day

Stabling Information: Yes

Stabling is available on-site in temporary stabling and can be booked online at the same time as making your entries. Stables can be booked from Tuesday 25th May to Sunday 30th May 2021. Stables can be accessed from 17:00 on the day of arrival and must be vacated by 16:00 on the day of departure. Stables must be fully mucked out on departure or competitors will be fined £20 per dirty stable (not applicable to those stabling for 3 nights or more). Bedding will not be provided, but Bedmax will be available to purchase on site for £8 per bale. Competitors must bring their own hay/haylage.
Prices per stable are as follows;
1 night £ 60.00
2 nights £ 95.00
3 nights £125.00
4 nights £145.00
5 nights + £150.00 (Duration)
Please note: Stabling for 1 or 2 night bookings is limited and in the case of over-subscription then those booked for 3 nights or more will take priority.
STABLE BOOKINGS CLOSE FOR ALL CLASSES ON WEDNESDAY 12TH MAY 2021.
Local stabling is also available from £25 per night within close proximity of the event and this can be booked via www.musketeer.co.uk. Enquiries to info@musketeer.co.uk.

Prize Information

The prizes listed are subject to change. Unless otherwise stated or dictated by governing bodies, 2nd place prize money will only be paid if there are 5 or more entries and 3rd place prize money will only be paid if there are 10 or more entries. Prize money winners will be contacted and required to submit an online claim form via our website so their winnings can be paid via BACS. This may take up to 2 weeks from submitting the form. Any prize money unclaimed by 20/06/21 will be forfeited.

Withdrawals/Refunds

RIGHT TO CANCEL OR ALTER CLASSES If there are insufficient entries, MEM reserves the right to cancel or amalgamate classes. Likewise, if there are large entries, classes may be split at the organiser’s discretion. Any changes to classes or the timetable will be published on; www.musketeer.co.uk/non-eventing

REFUNDS
Entry and stabling fees are non-refundable, except in the case of a rider or animal incapacitated by accident, injury or illness. Any claim under this clause must be made in writing and must be accompanied by a certificate issued by a Veterinary Surgeon or Doctor to be received by the close of entries for the relevant classes. No claims made after the close of entries will be validated, unless the entry or stable booking can be replaced by another competitor. British Showjumping refund regulations apply to all British Showjumping classes.

CANCELLATION
Please see the Musketeer cancellation policy, available on www.musketeer.co.uk. The refund for these classes will be in line with that of Unaffiliated Events. MEM will have no liability for expenses, consequential loss or damage suffered by competitors or their representatives as a result of cancellation. COVID-19: The event is due to take place after the 17th May, so it is anticipated we will be in Stage 3 of the Government Roadmap. However, should there be a delay in this then the event will run behind closed doors and the non-eventing competitions should still be able to take place.

Terms & Conditions

SUBSTITUTION OF JUDGES
The organiser reserves the right to substitute other judges for those printed in the schedule, should it be necessary. Efforts will be made to alert competitors to substitutions, but there may be circumstances which mean it has to be done without notice.

PROTESTS AND OBJECTIONS
Competitors are reminded that the decision of the judge is final. If a competitor chooses to lodge a complaint, then this must be made in writing to the Secretary within 1 hour of the alleged incident and pay a deposit of £20. The protest will be considered and investigated by a panel appointed by MEM, whose decision shall be final and from which there shall be no appeal. If the protest is not substantiated, the deposit will be forfeited.

HARD HATS
Hard hats which comply with the latest British Standard (All PAS 015; VG1; ASTM F1163 04a onwards; SNELL E2001; AS/NZS 3838 2006 onwards) must be worn & correctly secured by all competitors when mounted. It is strongly recommended that grooms handling horses or entering the ring wear conforming hard hats too. Body Protectors are recommended for all riders, but are compulsory in Arena Eventing classes.E

DOGS
Dogs are very welcome but must be kept on leads at all times. Please clean up after your dog immediately COVID-19
It is a condition of entry that all competitors and their connections abide by the COVID regulations in place at the time of the event. This includes any instructions given by officials when on site. Full regulations will be available on our website prior to the event. Anyone in breach of these regulations may be asked to leave the showground immediately.

DISCLAIMER
The organisers have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone attending this event. For these measures to be effective everyone present must themselves take reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents. Instructions given by any Official must be obeyed. Any animal not under control or in any way constituting a danger may be asked to leave the showground. Owners enter their horses/ponies at their own risk, and it is a condition of entry that no liability of any kind attaches itself to Musketeer Event Management. Musketeer Event Management reserves the right to amend these terms, conditions and regulations as they see fit.

PERSONAL INJURY AND EQUIPMENT INSURANCE NOTICE
Musketeer Event Management does not insure the rider, your horse or your tack and equipment. You are strongly advised to have in place your own adequate personal accident insurance. Neither Musketeer Event Management, the venue, nor anyone involved in the organisation of the event will be held responsible for any accident, injury or loss to any person or their property however this may be caused.

 

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