CEA Regional Jumping Challenge Rules

 

CARIBBEAN EQUESTRIAN ASSOCIATION’S REGIONAL JUMPING CHALLENGE

TO BE HELD IN CEA OWN COUNTRIES

 

  1. THE COMPETITION and COURSE

The Caribbean Equestrian Association Regional Jumping Challenge (RJC) will be based on a course chosen from one of the FEI World Jumping Challenge. In 2015 the course will be FEI Category B from 2012 round 1. A different FEI course will be used each year and it will be chosen and circulated by the current CEA Jumping Advisory Committee at the beginning of each year.

The competition of 2 rounds over the same course will be held on one day. Each CEA member country can hold their competition at any time of the year but it must be held before the 31st December of each year of the competition. This is an individual and a team competition.

Member Countries are to declare their CEA RJC dates to the honorary secretary by 31st January of each year.  The year of the competition is from January 1st to 31st December.

 

  1. AGE OF COMPETITORS

This competition is open to competitors of all ages.

 

  1. HEIGHT OF FENCES

Heights of fences will be 0.85m and 1.00m.

 

  1. SCORE – INDIVIDUAL and TEAM CLASIFICATION

Individual Score: The final score for each competitor is the total faults of the two rounds and the time in the second round. In the event of equality of faults and time a tie will be declared. Time must be recorded to two decimal places.

Team Placing: The scores and times of the top 2 riders from each height (total 4) will count for the countries team classification. A country can do just one height if it wishes but that will not provide them with a team score.

 

  1. ELIMINATIONS

A competitor eliminated in the first competition may start in the second round however, his/her results will not count towards the final result.

 

  1. DRAW and STARTING ORDER

A draw will take place to decide the starting order. The order of starting for all horses and riders in the second round will follow the reverse order of the number of penalties in the first round. In the event of equal penalties competitors will start in the same order as in the first round.

 

  1. MORE THAN ONE HORSE

Competitors may ride more than one horse but the score of only one horse will count for the final result. The horse must be declared before the draw for the first round. The declared horse must be ridden first in both rounds. The same horse and rider combination can not enter the .85 and 1m class, they must choose one height to enter.

 

  1. THE JUDGE

An FEI Judge will be required. A Foreign Judge is not required for this competition.

 

  1. PENALTIES

.Penalties will be calculated according to the FEI Jumping rules 24th Edition (updates effective 1st January, 2013).

 

  1. TIMERS

Electronic timers are preferred with two hand held timers as back ups. If relying on the hand timers the slowest of two times shall decide. If three hand held times are used the middle time of three times shall decide.

 

  1. HORSE INSPECTION

There will be no horse inspection for the CEA RJC

 

  1. RESULTS

The results, signed by the judge, will be sent to the CEA Hon. Secretary for distributing within one day of the competition. When all member countries have submitted their results, the Hon. Secretary will tabulate said results and distribute individual and team placings to all Presidents, Secretaries of the member countries. Please use only the specifically designed score sheet for the results of this competition.

 

  1. DRESS and SADDLERY

Please refer to Article 256/257 of the FEI Rules for Jumping, 24th Edition (updated effective 1st January 2013) for all rules on saddlery. Rules of dress can be decided by the local NF .