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For the smooth running of the competition, here are rules adapted to each class. This is explanatory and useful for classes that are unknown to you. 

Halter class 

A presenter is expected to be properly dressed, without sneakers or t-shirt, that his pony/horse is well presented by keeping it still in the square while I judge looks at it. A pony/horse with good conformation, correct posture, good coat and charisma is what we expect from a show class. All colors, all sizes below 110 cm are allowed to enter our competition.



The Liberty class aims to show the gaits of your horse/pony. You will have 1 minute 30 to present it. Here's how it happens: You choose your music which you will have before the start of the competition given to Jules Ancelin (ring steward) who will play it when you release your horse/pony into the ring. For 1 minute 30 minutes you will move your pony/horse throughout the ring. The more your horse/pony has fun and shows good gaits, the more chance he has of winning. When the music stops, you have 1 minute 30 minutes to catch up with your pony/horse (without food). If you or any other person touches your horse, once the halter is removed when the music starts, you will be eliminated.

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Ammy Jump

The Ammy Jumps class is reserved for adult handlers who are not “Pro”. The limit of points earned to no longer be admitted to the Ammy class is 35 points. ​ Champion: 6 points Second: 5 points Third: 4 points Fourth: 3 points Fifth: 2 points Sixth: 1 point.   The idea is that everyone has fun and has a chance to win the competition.   "A Handler is considered "Pro" as soon as he has reached 35 points or won a lot in competitions."   Like for example; Jules, Alice, Alicia, Justine and Charly :)   I am counting on the common sense of the Pro participants not to register in this class, the idea being to maintain a good competitive spirit during our competitions. THANKS

Obstacle “Against the clock”

All obstacles have the same value and can be completed in any order and in any direction. You choose your route. Wetsuits are prohibited, height of the course between 45 cm and 50 cm. The time allowed will be 40 seconds, the handler and the horse must overcome as many obstacles as possible. Each obstacle correctly crossed gives two points, each obstacle knocked down takes away 1 point. At the third disobedience, the horse/pony is eliminated. After the bell signaling the end of the 40-second time limit, the competitor must jump another obstacle. The timer is stopped upon receipt of this obstacle, the points of which are not counted. The winner of the event is the one who, in the allotted time, obtains the most points. In the event of a tie on points, time decides between the competitors.

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We expect from a hunter class: - A harmonious journey - Locomotion and style above the bars are taken into account. - General harmony depending on the race. - Gaits: flexibility, elasticity of gaits, calm, balance and natural cadence. - The forelegs must be symmetrical and in front of the body, the knees above the horizontal line of the elbows, regularity of jumps, trajectories neither too flat nor too bell-shaped, passage of the back, clearance of the hindquarters in the axis of the trajectory . - The horse must stand "on its own", and not be confined, in a constrained attitude. The head-neck angle must be open, the horse must be presented in a natural attitude. - Defenses: horse bragging, kicking, etc. will be penalized. Regularity of cadence, stability on the flat, in the starting zones and in the lines. - Beautiful curvature, more internal, uncoated. From then on, it is for the presenter/horse/pony couple to complete the course in the most elegant and finest way possible. - The elegance of the presenter and the grooming of the pony/horse will count towards the final score.

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Dressage hitch

The aim of dressage is to develop the qualities of the horse through harmonious education. It has the effect of making him calm, flexible but also confident, attentive and brilliant, demonstrating the greatest possible complicity with his leader. Dressage constitutes a basis for all equestrian disciplines aimed at developing the driver-horse relationship and advancing the horse's qualities such as locomotion, flexibility and balance. In competitions, presentations are made on sequences composed of classic movements and figures imposed during tests of increasing difficulty where the horse evolves in different gaits. Competition outfit: Horses must be correctly harnessed to the car using drawbars or stretchers. The use of the same harness on the different tests is not obligatory, however they must be adapted to the horses as well as to the test and its safety requirements. Bandages and protections are not obligatory in dressage. It is forbidden to attach the tails to the car or to any part of the harness with the exception of the rigid tail. The leader must also be well dressed and the outfit must be consistent with that of his horse.

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Elegance hitch

Each horse and its team will be judged on their beauty and the decoration of the cart. All horses enter the ring together and must only walk with both hands and halt. Horses can be held by a handler, children can participate if safety is ensured by a handler.

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La puissance 

Power is a show jumping event; consisting of crossing a vertical made up of bars whose height increases with each passage without fail. This year 2023, a second pass will be authorized if the horse touches the bar or if it refuses and the first "warm-up" vertical will not be counted if it is knocked down.

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The show class is a fun class for young and old. It should last between 1 min 30 and 3 minutes. It can be performed by figures from high schools, sophisticated figures who will put on a show. Long rein shows are not accepted in this show class because they already have a long rein class.

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Grand Prix & Small Grand Prix

Each participant must complete a first course without fault and in time to be able to complete the jump-off. The participant who completes the jump-off without fault and in the fastest time will have won the event. * four points per fallen bar * four points for the first refusal * four additional points for the second refusal * elimination for the third refusal. * elimination if the horse/pony escapes. Small Grand Prix: between 10/12 obstacles between 50 and 60 cm in height; Prize of 200 euros for the winner. Grand Prix: 12/14 obstacles between 60 and 75 cm. Prize of 500 euros for the winner. If there is only one clear round, there is no jump-off. The flawless couple wins the event. If there is no clear couple, the jump-off will be contested with the first couple having an equal number of penalties. If the number of couples in the jump-off is less than the first six participants, the rest of the classification is made up according to the penalties and the time achieved during the first round.

Trec Child

This is the only event where all the children will receive the same flow with a packet of candy and, if possible, a gift. All children can be accompanied by an adult who will be there only to reassure the child by holding the pony with a second lead. There will be ten obstacles: a slalom, a fixed bridge, passing bars on the ground, passing a tent with stuffed animals, passing fries, passing under the panda arch, passing under the spider curtain, duck fishing in the pool, passing bars on the ground between two giraffes, catch a koala and go around the parasol, go under the bird arch and open the door, There is no time limit but the judge can move the child to another obstacle if the pony does not succeed. He will not be disqualified. This event aims to please children. Adults or the judge can help as many times as necessary. Stallions are prohibited in this class.

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Baby class

The baby's class is reserved for children under 7 years old There will be a small presentation in hand. * Children must appear before the judge knowing: * Their name and age - the name of the pony - the age of the pony - the color of their pony. * Two very small obstacles to jump. * A small path on the ground to cross. All children will win the same flow with a packet of candy and a gift wherever possible. Stallions are prohibited in this class.

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Trec Adult

The adult trec is a timed event. Each element not completed correctly will be penalized by 4 points, a refusal will be penalized by 4 points and after two refusals, it is elimination. The course will consist of several difficulties including a passage through the water. There will be an obstacle the height of a small bale of straw. There will be lots of other surprises on this route :) Theme of the trec: The jungle with all that it includes.

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Hitch maneuverability

Cross the starting line and the clock will start. You must pass between the cones without dropping the cone or the tennis ball. Each tennis ball that falls will cost you 4 penalty points. The fastest without fault wins the event. Galloping is permitted.

Long reins

You will have between 1.30 and 2 minutes maximum to present your horse/pony with long reins to the music and figures of your choice. All horses/ponies from two years old are accepted. Ideally you have a theme and you have the right outfit and your music follows your theme.

Golden jump

This obstacle class is reserved for participants over 40 years old. The course will have 6 to 8 obstacles with a height between 40 and 60 cm on the clock.

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Adult Relay

The first participant in the pair sets off over the first 5 obstacles with a height of 40 and 50 cm and must pass the baton to their pair who will themselves set off over the last 5 obstacles of the course with a height of 50 at 60 cm. The fastest and flawless pair wins the event. This relay class counts for the calculation of points for the title of Best Gelding, Best Youth and Supreme Performance. Points will be halved to the winning pair.

Child relay

The first participant in the pair must follow the instructions (passing between bars, stopping between two bars, starting at a trot in a specific area and passing several bars on the ground at a calm walk without touching. The second participant will have to jump 4 obstacles in Hunter style. The calculation of points will be based on the control of the horse/pony, the position of the leader and the presentation of the leader and his pony/horse. Points will be halved for the Supreme Gelding. Stallions are prohibited in this class.

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Lead Rein

* Pony and miniature horses below 110 cm. * Equipment: The saddle and net must be clean, safe and in good condition. Snaffle with a single bit and a noseband to attach the leader's lead. The leader's lead should not be attached to the bit, it remains flexible without tension on the pony. Reins and blinkers are prohibited. Whip prohibited Spurs prohibited * The rider must not have reached their 9th birthday on January 1 of the current year Wearing a helmet is mandatory The rider's outfit must be suitable for riding, clean and elegant. The leader's outfit must be appropriate, clean, elegant and in harmony with the rider. Wearing shoes suitable for riding is obligatory (boots/boots) Sneakers or the like are prohibited. The course: Event for beginner rider accompanied by a leader. The leader directs the pony, he accompanies, encourages, reassures the rider Fall; rider exits on foot-elimination. Conduct of the event: All competitors enter the ring one behind the other, at a walk, on the right hand (respecting the distances between 2 ponies with the possibility of overtaking a pony without penalty) At the judge's request, the riders stop one behind the other on the track. Each in turn, they trot around the ring on the track, then stop before joining the rear of the competitors. Then the judge asks everyone to line up in the middle of the ring with a double. One after the other, the judge asks to carry out his short individual program which must consist of a step, a figure 8 at the trot and finally, a stop, with a salute from the rider indicating the end of his program. After the entire section has passed, it will walk in step around the ring. Ranking by judge Alignment of the middle of the ring facing the judge with a double. restoration of the waves Exiting the ring. Stallions are prohibited in this class.

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Size of horses

In the presentation classes as well as the two Liberty and Power classes, there is a size limit to respect. The Under cannot exceed 34 inches (86.36 centimeters. Overs cannot exceed 43 inches (110 cm) Any horse/pony not in the appropriate class may, according to one of the members organizing the competition, be measured and the horse/pony will have to change class. Attached is a photo of how to position your horse/pony when measuring. Please measure your horse/pony at home and if in doubt, enter it in the OVER class. This is in order not to disadvantage small horses/ponies. Presentation class up to 2 years Under: 33 inches maximum Class Presentation 3 years and over Under: 34 inches maximum. Liberty and Power: 34 inches maximum for Under. Overs start from 34 inches to 43 inches.

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