7 & 8 Year Olds/ CSIYH1*
- When: Wed 8 August, 18:20 - 20:15
- Where: Simmonscourt
INTERNATIONAL 7 & 8 YEAR OLDS (FIRST ROUND)
INTERNATIONAL 7 & 8 YEAR OLDS (SECOND ROUND)
- When: Sun 12 August, 10:30 - 12:00
- Where: Main Arena
INTERNATIONAL 7 & 8 YEAR OLDS (FINAL)
INTERNATIONAL 7 & 8 YEAR OLD YOUNG HORSES
€250 each entry
Entry fee includes all FEI fees including MCP and Manure Disposal fees.
- International Competition Nos. 3, 7 and 12 will be run under FEI rules. Exhibitors are advised to familiarise themselves with the FEI Rules & Regulations.
- CSIYH1* horses cannot compete in any CSIO5* competitions
- All horses and riders must be registered with the FEI
- FEI passports will not be required for national horses
- All horses must be presented for the Horse Inspection on Tuesday 6 August
- Starting order will be by draw, 7 year olds starting first
- Fence heights – 1.40m (7 year olds), 1.45m (8 year olds)
- The FEI boot rule for young horses (Ref. FEI Art. 257.2.4) will apply
Horses competing in the CSIYH1* classes will be stabled in a secure area.
Vaccinations must be in line with FEI requirements
Influenza vaccination for all horses competing in FEI competitions requires a vaccination within six months + 21 days of the competition. Please use the table available here as a guide.
The top seven horse and rider combinations in the 7 & 8 year old class at each of the four qualifiers will be invited to compete in the CSIYH1* classes. The qualifiers will be judged under SJI rules, Article 238.2.2.
In the event that the quota of invitations issued to the international teams and foreign individual riders is not taken up, additional invitations may be issued based on the results from the qualifiers above. A random draw of the national qualifiers will determine the order of the reserve list. The first three reserves from each qualifier are advised to pre-enter for the class in the event that the international invitations are not taken up. These competitors will be reimbursed in full if they do not compete.
International Competition No. 11 is confined to the top 50% of horse and rider combinations based on points gained over Competition Nos. 3 and 6. Points will be awarded as follows: 1st – 100 points, 2nd 99 points, 3rd – 98 points, etc. No points will be awarded to horse and rider combinations that are eliminated or retire. In the event of a tie for the final qualifying place, all competitors on equal points will qualify. In the event of a withdrawal, the next best in line will be included. Replacements will be accepted up to 1 hour before the scheduled start time. In addition, horse and rider combinations that complete a double clear round in Competition No. 6 will qualify for the final round if not already qualified.
Awards & Prizes
International Competition No. 3 & 6
1st €990, 2nd €600, 3rd €450, 4th €300, 5th €180, 6th €135, 7th €90, 8th €75, 9th€60, 10th €60, 11th €30, 12th €30.
Min prize (prize money to 1 in 4 riders): €30
International Competition No. 11 – Final
1st €4,620, 2nd €2,800, 3rd €2,100, 4th €1,400, 5th €840, 6th €630, 7th €420, 8th€350, 9th €280, 10th €280, 11th €140, 12th €140.
Min prize (prize money to 1 in 4 riders): €120
Cups & Trophies
Cup No. 60 – The “John Higgins” Memorial Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented to the owner of the winner of the International 7 & 8 Year Old Championship.
Cup No. 154 – The “Corry” Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented to the rider of the winner of the “John Higgins” Trophy. To be won three times in all by the same rider before becoming the property of the rider.
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