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Wildwind Dressage Festival

Equine Canada Bronze Level Competition July 28 & 29, 2012 Wildwind Equestrian Centre, St. Isidore, Alberta

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This show is part of the PRADA show series (see inside for details)

Wildwind Dressage Festival July 28 & 29, 2012


Wildwind Equestrian Centre is proud to announce it will be hosting its second Equine Canada recognized Bronze Level dressage show. Wildwind Equestrian Centre is located on Highway 688 (20336). Turn east at the intersection of Highway #2 and Highway #688 (at Co-op Card Lock). Travel 7km along Highway #668, turn left on the second driveway (20336) past the St. Isidore access. Exhibitors, judges and show officials are responsible for knowledge of the rules. Full details of horse show operation, EC rules, list of recognized judges and other vital information is in the Rule Book (copyright for the exclusive use of recognized shows). You must be a member in good standing of Equine Canada and Dressage Canada. You must have liability insurance through Alberta Equestrian Federation or your Provincial organization if you reside outside of Alberta. For membership information contact: Alberta Equestrian Federation 100, 251 Midpark Blvd. SE Calgary, AB T2X 1S3 Phone: 1-877-463-6233 Website: http://www.albertaequestrian.com Equine Canada 2685 Queensview Drive, Suite 100 Ottawa, ON K2B 8K2 Phone: 1-866-282-8395 Website: http://www.equinecanada.ca

The Wildwind Dressage Festival is a competition of Equine Canada and is governed by the rules of Equine Canada. Every class offered herein is covered by the rules and specifications of the current rules of Equine Canada and will be held and judged in accordance with the EC Rule Book. Statement of Principles:
Equine Canada (EC), the National Equestrian Federation of Canada, supports adherence to humane treatment of horses in all competitions under its jurisdiction. Equine Canada is committed to: Upholding the welfare of horses, regardless of value, as a primary consideration in all activities; Requiring that horses be treated with kindness, respect, and the compassion that they deserve, and that they never be subjected to mistreatment; Ensuring that owners, trainers, exhibitors, and their agents use responsible care in the handling treatment and transportation of their horse as well as horses placed in their care for a purpose; Providing for the continuous well-being of horse by encouraging routine inspection and consultation with health care professionals and competition officials to achieve the highest possible standards of nutrition, health, comfort, sanitation and safety as a matter of standard operating procedure; Continuing to support scientific studies on equine health and welfare; Increasing education in training and horsemanship practices; Requiring owners, trainers and exhibitors to know and follow their sanctioning organizations rules, and to work within industry regulations in all equestrian competition; Reviewing, revising and developing competition rules and regulations that protect the welfare of the horses; The standard by which conduct or treatment will be measured is that which a person, informed and experienced in generally accepted equine training and exhibition procedures, would determine to be neither cruel, abusive nor inhumane.

The show committee reserves the right to remove any horse and/or rider from the competition at any time without being liable for compensation. Show management reserves the right to refuse, cancel, postpone, change, reschedule or combine any class or condition they deem advisable.

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Judge: Rita Behan, Bragg Creek, Alberta Show Manager: Marcy Allard 780-624-8640 wec@wispernet.ca Show Secretary: Pat Matthews 780-624-4342 admin@wispernet.ca Barn Manager: Julian Packer 780-624-5031 On Call Veterinarian: Dr. Kevin Breker, Peace River Vet Clinic 780-624-1606 On Call Farrier: KB Horse Shoeing - Keith Batty 780-618-6278 / 780-624-8880 Show Committee: Marcy Allard, Karrie Kennedy, Julia Sherlock, Pat Matthews, Donna Szabo, Lindsay Parkin, Sara Jessing, Ginger Lorentz, Tara Anderson, Deb Dryden, Julian Packer, Sue Packer, Nevada Sharp Entries Close: Entries must be post marked no later than July 13, 2012. No phone, fax or emailed entries will be accepted. Entries are not considered valid until they are paid in full. Show committee reserves the right to limit entries to 64 tests per day; entries accepted 1st come 1st served. Entries received after the 64 tests will be placed on waiting list. Cheques Payable to: Wildwind Equestrian Centre

ENTRIES SECRETARY Pat Matthews Box 6853 Peace River, Alberta T8S 1S6
SHOW INFORMATION Presentations/Awards Ribbons will be presented to 4th place for all test competitions Prize money: $25.00 to 1st place Highpoint Awards: There will be 3 highpoint awards presented for Day 1, Day 2 Highpoint and Overall Show Highpoint. Presentations: Inhand/Mounted presentations to fourth place will be held at the end of each show day, in proper show attire. Photographer: If you are interested in purchasing photos, information will be available at the show office. AGE AND CLASS CLARIFICATION Junior category is open to all riders 16 and under as of January 1, 2011. Open category is open to all riders regardless of age or status. Juniors riding stallions must be aware of Article E.7.11.6 Equine Canada rules. Junior riders can ride either category in a division, but not both. Riders can ride two consecutive tests per day.

ENTRY REGULATIONS Exhibitors, judges and show officials are responsible for knowledge of the rules. Full details of horse show operation, EC rules, list of recognized judges and other vital information is in the Rule Book (copyright for the exclusive use of recognized EC shows). Both riders and owners must be members in good standing of Dressage Canada, Equine Canada and Alberta Equestrian Federation (or your Provincial organization if you reside outside of Alberta).
1. Closing Date: Show entries must be post marked no later than July 13, 2012. NO PHONE, FAX OR EMAILED ENTRIES. Show will run rain or shine. 2. Incomplete Entries submitted will be subject to an additional $20.00 administration fee and considered invalid until all information is submitted or corrected. 3. Payments: An entry is not considered valid until it has been paid in full. No post dated cheques will be accepted. Cheques and money orders should be made out to Wildwind Equestrian Centre. 4. Limited Entries: Priority of entry goes to complete and correct entries. Incomplete entries will go to the bottom of the priority list until corrected. Show committee reserves the right to limit entries to 64 tests per day; entries accepted first come first served. Entries received after the 64 tests will be placed on waiting list. 5. Signatures: All competitors must sign the release and acknowledgement of risk form. Riders under 18 must have a parent or guardian signature. 6. Riders: A rider may ride more than one horse. 7. More than one competitor may ride the same horse providing the horse is not entered by two riders in the same class & the horse may not be in more than four tests per day. Failure to comply will result in elimination of that horse. Please refer to Equine Canada Rule book. 8. There will be a Veterinarian and Farrier on call; names and numbers will be posted in the Show Office. 9. No refund of entry fees after the official entry closing date of the show unless a veterinarian or doctors certificate is submitted. The administration fee will not be refunded for any reason. 10. Coggins Test: A current (within 6 months of the show) Coggins Test certificate is required. Please attach a copy to your entry form. 11. Memberships: An Equine Canada Bronze (or higher) Sport License is required by all participants. If horse owner is different from rider, a Sport License is also required. Visit www.equinecanada.ca to attain your license. You must attach a copy of both the current year EC membership card and your current AEF membership card (or your provincial organization (PSO) if you reside outside Alberta) to your show entry form. Entries are incomplete without these copies. 12. Entry Number: Every horse must wear its competition number for the duration of the show whenever it leaves the stall. Failure to do so will result in a warning for the first offense and possible elimination from competition for subsequent offenses. 13. Scheduling of classes will be dependent on entries received. Ride times will be emailed or phoned by July 23, 2012. 14. Protests have to be made in writing within 48 hours of the competition and must be accompanied with $100.00. Please refer to Equine Canada rule book. 15. Reading of Tests: Readers will not be provided. 16. Please visit the Equine Canada and the Dressage Canada websites for complete rules & copies of tests: www.equinecanada.ca or www.dressagecanada.ca 17. As per Equine Canada rule change E4.0 Safety Headgear, enforced May 1, 2011, all mounted riders are required to wear a secured ASTM/SEI approved safety helmet AT ALL TIMES ON THE SHOW GROUNDS, regardless of age. Non compliance will result in elimination.

RING REGULATIONS

All classes will be in a 20m x 60m outdoor ring. Competitors entering the show ring outside of posted times will be eliminated. Scoring area and judges booth are off limits except to show officials. Do not approach the judges booth during competition. The competition ring will be open for riding Friday July 27, 2012, 5pm 9 pm. Warm-up indoor and outdoor arenas will be available for the duration of the show. Lunging only in designated area.

STABLING Limited indoor box stalls are available for $40.00 per stall for the show. Outdoor panel stalls are available for $25 per stall for the show. Cleaning deposit of $50.00 (separate cheque) is required and will be returned after inspection of the cleaned stall by the barn manager. Please see barn manager for stall assignments and refunds. There are no tack stalls available. Competitors must provide own feed and shavings. Stalls will be available from 2 p.m. on Friday July 27, 2012 to 7 p.m. Sunday July 29, 2012. Horses must be stabled in assigned stalls only. Competitors are responsible for keeping the area in front of their stall clean for the duration of the show. Bring your own water pails for your stall and cleaning tools. Competitors are required to clean their stall after the show. Please dump soiled bedding in designated areas. Absolutely NO SMOKING in stabling area.

SHOW GROUND INFORMATION Show Office Hours: Friday: 5:00pm to 8:00pm Saturday and Sunday: 7am to end of show. Located at tent marked show office Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash at all times and please clean up after them. Horse trailers and campers will be parked in designated area.

RIDING TIMES Riding times will be emailed or phoned by July 23, 2012.

VOLUNTEER If you, your family and/or friends would like to help at the show, please note them on your entry form, or call Marcy Allard at 780-624-8640.

CLASSES Saturday July 28, 2012 Walk/Trot A- Open & Junior Walk/Trot B- Open & Junior Training Test 1 Open & Jr. Training Test 3 Open & Jr. 1st Level Test 1 Open & Jr. 1st Level Test 3 Open & Jr. 2nd Level Test 1 Open 2nd Level Test 3 Open 3rd Level Test 1 Open 3rd Level Test TOC Open

Sunday July 29, 2012 Walk/Trot A Open & Junior Walk/Trot B Open & Junior Training Test 2 Open & Jr. Training Test TOC Open & Jr. 1st Level Test 2 Open & Jr. 1st Level Test TOC Open & Jr. 2nd Level Test 2 Open 2nd Level Test TOC Open 3rd Level Test 2 Open 3rd Level Test TOC Open

* TOC indicates Test of Choice * 2012 National Dressage Tests available online at www.dressagecanada.ca

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July 28 & 29, 2012 Wildwind Equestrian Centre, St. Isidore ENTRY FORM (Please complete separate entry form for each horse/rider combination)

Name of Horse: Breed: Are you a PRADA Member? Yes No


(circle one)

Age: Registration #

Sex:

RIDER INFORMATION Name: Address: City & Province: Postal Code: Phone: Email Address: Date of Birth: EC Sport License #: AEF #: Name: Address:

OWNER INFORMATION

City & Province: Postal Code: Phone: Email Address: Date of Birth: EC Sport License #: AEF #:

**Please attach photocopies of your EC Sports License, AEF Membership and current Coggins test certificate to your entry form.**

Total of Entry Fees from reverse page Stabling Fees for Weekend - Indoor Box Stall $40.00 - Outdoor Panel Stall $25.00 Camping $10.00 for weekend per unit no hook-ups Saturday Evening Supper Social $15.00 (Silent Auction to follow) Administration Fee Equine Canada Drug Fee Dressage Canada Levy TOTAL FEES ENCLOSED

$ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ 15.00 3.50 7.00

Horse:

Rider:

** Please check classes being entered and total the fees payable

SATURDAY, JULY 28, 2012 Class Walk/Trot A Walk/Trot A Walk/Trot B Walk/Trot B Training 1 Training 1 Training 3 Training 3 1st Level 1 1st Level 1 1st Level 3 1st Level 3 2nd Level 1 2nd Level 3 3rd Level 1 rd 3 Level TOC TOTAL ENTRY FEES STABLING INFORMATION Please check one: Please stable beside: Rider Name: Any special stabling consideration? Horse Name: Stallion Mare Division Open Junior Open Junior Open Junior Open Junior Open Junior Open Junior Open Open Open Open Entry Fee $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00

SUNDAY, JULY 29, 2012 Class Walk/Trot A Walk/Trot A Walk/Trot B Walk/Trot B Training 2 Training 2 Training TOC Training TOC 1st Level 2 1st Level 2 1st Level TOC 1st Level TOC 2nd Level 2 2nd Level TOC 3rd Level 2 rd 3 Level TOC $ Division Open Junior Open Junior Open Junior Open Junior Open Junior Open Junior Open Open Open Open Entry Fee $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00

Gelding

**Although every effort will be made to fill your request, we cannot guarantee certain stalls. Please remember no feed or bedding will be provided. No tack stalls available. CHECK LIST - Is your entry complete? Please mail to Entries Secretary (see page 3) Please ensure you include the following with your entries: 1. Cheque for entry fees payable to Wildwind Equestrian Centre 2. Separate cheque for $50.00 refundable stall cleaning deposit 3. Entry Form 4. Class & Stabling Information Form 5. Signed Liability Waiver 6. Copy of current EC Sport License 7. Copy of current AEF Membership 8. Copy of current Coggins test certificate

LIABILITY WAIVER
I hereby certify that every horse & rider is eligible as entered and agree for myself and my representatives to be bound by the Constitution of Rules of the Equine Canada, and the rules and regulations governing the Wildwind Dressage Festival at this competition. It is hereby recognized that all equestrian sports involve inherent risk and that no helmet or protective equipment can protect against all foreseeable injury. I hereby accept this risk and hold harmless the Equine Canada, the competition, their officials, organizers, agents, employees and their representatives. Signature of Rider: Signature of Parent or Guardian 18 & Under: Date:

Date:

EVERY PARTICIPANT IN THE WILDWIND DRESSAGE FESTIVAL SHALL CAREFULLY READ THIS NOTICE BEFORE SIGNING; NO PARTICIPANT WILL BE ALLOWED TO COMPETE PRIOR TO SIGNING THIS FORM AS REQUIRED. i) Inherent risks of equine activities shall mean those dangers or conditions which are an integral part of equine activities, including, but not limited to: The propensity of any equine to behave in ways that may result in injury, harm or death to persons on or around them and/or damage to property in their vicinity;

ii)

iii) The unpredictability of an equines reaction to such things as sounds, sudden movement and unfamiliar objects, personas or other animals; iv) The equines response to certain hazards such as surface and subsurface objects; v) Collisions with other equines, animals, people and objects; vi) The potential of a participant to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to injury to the participant or others, such as failing to maintain control over the equine or to act within his or her ability. Neither the Equine Canada, Alberta Dressage Association, Alberta Equestrian Federation, Peace Region Alberta Dressage Association, Wildwind Equestrian Centre, the Wildwind Dressage Festival, the organizing committee of the show, officials, volunteers, staff, nor agents shall in any way be liable for any accident, injury, damage, loss or for any other matter that may happen to exhibitors, competitors, owners, agents or to anyone on the grounds or to any animal or article brought to the grounds. It is to be understood and agreed that by making any entry in the Wildwind Dressage Festival, all exhibitors, competitors, owners, agents and representatives acknowledge that equestrian sports involve inherent risk and do hereby indemnify and hold harmless Equine Canada, Alberta Dressage Association, Alberta Equestrian Federation, Peace Region Alberta Dressage Association, Wildwind Equestrian Centre, the Wildwind Dressage Festival, and singular, the owners, directors, officers, members, employees, agents, representatives and their personal representatives and volunteers thereof from all responsibility, liability or claims of any nature and kind which I may have arising from my participation in this activity, including but not limited to bodily injury or death to myself or my horse(s) and damage to property arising from any cause whatsoever, including the negligence of one or more individuals and organizations referred to herein. SIGNED THIS DAY OF , 2012.

Rider

Owner

EXHIBITOR (PARENT OR GUARDIAN TO SIGN FOR JUNIOR) This release and acknowledgment shall remain in effect for the duration for the 2012 Wildwind Dressage Festival and until all horses and property of the signee has been removed from the grounds.

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Our sincere thanks to these generous sponsors!! Please remember to support our sponsors!!

2012 WILDWIND DRESSAGE FESTIVAL DIVISION SPONSORS


Walk/Trot Division Junior St. Isidore Co-op Walk/Trot Division Open Peace River Agricultural Society Training Level Junior TW Construction Training Level Open Wispernet.ca Ltd. First Level Junior Harmon Valley Agricultural Society First Level Open Julian Packer Counseling & Psychological Services Second Level Open The Cut Above Third Level Open Parma Ventures Inc. Highpoint Awards Sponsor Wildwind Equestrian Centre

2012 WILDWIND DRESSAGE FESTIVAL SPONSORS


Allard Logging ATCO Electric Boucher Bros. Lumber Ltd. Containment Solutions Doug Schuler & Kris Kennedy Ferns Greenhouse Focus Corporation Java Domainn Northern Sunrise County Peace Country Ventures Peace River Logging L.P. Rendez-Vous RV Park & Storage Smoky Seed Company Ltd. Whitemud Catering

PRADA 2012 EC Bronze Level Show Series

Show #1

Cygnet Dressage Show Evergreen Park, Grande Prairie, AB June 16 & 17 Judge: Chris Collins Show Secretary: Geri Hives 780-568-3019

Show #2

Valleyview & Districts Agricultural Association Dressage Show Valleyview Agricultural Grounds, Valleyview, AB June 23 & 24 Judge: Marianne Middelveen Show Secretary: JoAnn Clarke 780-524-3473 vvag@telus.net

Show #3

Wildwind Dressage Festival Wildwind Equestrian Centre, St. Isidore, AB July 28 & 29 Judge: Rita Behan Show Secretary: Pat Matthews 780-624-4342 admin@wispernet.ca

PRADA will host a year end banquet to present awards.

P.R.A.D.A. Peace Region Alberta Dressage Association Awards Criteria 1. The award year includes competitions between January 1 and December 31. Each year is a new award year. 2. To be eligible for year-end awards, horse owners and/or exhibitors must be current members in good standing of P.R.A.D.A. (Exception: Volunteer of the Year) 3. Horses and ponies must be owned or leased by a member in good standing of P.R.A.D.A. in the year that the scores are earned. 4. If the horse is owned or leased by several individuals (e.g. a stable, farm, or corporation, at least one of the principals must be a member in good standing of P.R.A.D.A. in the year that the scores are earned). 5. Only shows entered after the membership date will be counted. Memberships will not be retroactive for the purpose of accumulating points. 6. Same horse/rider combination, you may have more than one horse/rider combination as you may be riding more than one horse. 7. Qualifying scores as per current EC Rule Book. 8. The horse/rider combination must acquire a minimum of four scores from at least two different P.R.A.D.A. sanctioned bronze level dressage shows. 9. When more than one judge is present, the average score of the two will be counted. 10. High Point awards are based on scores earned in one level. 11. Levels at which High Point awards will be presented are: Walk/Trot (Open & Junior), Training (Open & Junior), First Level (Open & Junior), Second Level (Open), Third Level (Open) 12. High Point will be calculated based on the average of the top two test scores earned at P.R.A.D.A. sanctioned bronze level dressage shows. 13. In the event that there is a tie, the average will then be calculated using the average of the top three test scores earned. 14. Other awards will be given out as follows, as decided on by the Year End Awards Committee, please contact the Year End Awards Committee for criteria for these categories: a. b. c. d. Most improved horse/rider combination Sportsmanship Hard Luck Award Volunteer of the year

15. The awards committee reserves the right to break any ties encountered. 16. Prizes will be given out as decided on by the Year End Awards Committee and may change from year to year. 17. Scores will be submitted by each show; no application is necessary.