Tuesday September 21, 2021
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Annual Two Phase Event 2021

Our 2021 Two Phase event will run on Sunday 16th May at Laurel View Equestrian Centre.

Results
Two Phase Class 1 – 70cm

Two Phase Class 2 – 85cm

Two Phase Class 3 – 1m

Running Order
Mid Antrim Two Phase 2021 – Running Order

If you have any questions or changes please contact Lizzy Rankin at midantrim@pcuk.org

RULES AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION

This competition will be conducted under Pony Club Rules for Eventing 2020. Each competitor is responsible for ensuring they are familiar with these rules.
2m social distancing must be followed at all times. Masks may be worn at the individuals discretion.
Only one groom/individual per competitor (or two for those under the age of 16) is permitted to attend. Unfortunately spectators are not permitted. Non-compliance may result in you being turned away.
By competing you confirm that you will comply with all EVH Equine Health guidance and that your horse is not showing any clinical signs of EHV or been in contact with a horse being investigated for any form of EH .
Competitors should bring their own bibs and can collect their number from the entrance gate. Bibs will be available to purchase for £5 on the day (please bring exact change).
Competitors cannot start without first declaring.
A non-contact tack check will be completed ahead of show jumping. Competitors should SJ in their XC gear. After SJ please go directly to the XC warm up and start gates. Please return to your vehicle and leave the venue promptly once you have completed the cross country phase.
It is the responsibility of all competitors to ensure they are wearing a jockey skull cap helmet with no fixed peak manufactured to the minimum specifications: PAS 015: 1998 or 2011 with BSI Kitemark, VG1 with BSI Kitemark, Snell E2001 onwards with Snell Label and Number, ASTM-F1163 2004a onwards with SEI Mark, AS/NZS 3838 2006 onwards. Hats with titanium strips and peaks, which were designed for show jumping, are not recommended for cross country.
Body protectors must be worn for cross country and must meet BETA 2009 Level 3 standard (purple label) or BETA 2018 Level 3 standard (blue and black label). If wearing a ‘body cage’ please make yourself known to the paramedic and provide him with the key. If an air jacket is worn for cross country it must be worn in addition to a normal body protector which meets the required standard.
Jewellery – No jewellery is allowed for safety reasons.
Medical Armbands are not compulsory but are advised if competitors are on their own (available to purchase at the event).
It is the responsibility of competitors to ensure that tack and equipment is safe and suitable. Bitless bridles and hackamores are not allowed.
The organisers reserve the right to refuse to permit participation by any competitor.
The cross country will be scored against an optimum time and stopwatches must not be worn.
The Chief Steward will have final say on any decisions / disputes.
No horse/pony may compete more than once.
Any competitor eliminated on the cross country course should leave the course immediately at a walk if asked to do so by any Fence Judge or Official.
Schooling after the competition is not permitted.
The SJ and XC courses will be open for inspection between 11am and 6pm only on Saturday or from 8am on Sunday. Please park in the show jumping field (not in the yard at Laurelview). Please limit the number of people attending the course walk with you and ensure you follow social distancing rules at all times.
There will be no prize giving on the day. Results will be published online and rosettes and prizes will be posted out to prize winners.
Photos will be available to purchase after the event from: Tom at www.equi-tog.com/ and Lyndon at www.facebook.com/LyndonMcKeePhotography.
Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.
There will be no catering / food available onsite.

SCORING

Show jumping faults will be awarded as follows:
1 refusal 4 faults
3 refusals Elimination
1 pole knocked down 4 faults

Cross Country faults will be awarded as follows:
First refusal at obstacle 20 faults
Second refusal at the same obstacle 40 faults
Third refusal at same obstacle Elimination
Four refusals throughout course Elimination
Jumping the alternative ‘L’ obstacle 15 faults (marked by a white circle with a red ‘L’)
First fall of rider 65 faults
Second fall of rider Elimination
Fall of horse Elimination
Error of course not rectified Elimination
Omission of obstacle or boundary flag Elimination
Each second over/under the optimum time 0.4 faults
Continuing with open chinstrap/no hat Elimination