EquineWorld Amateur Rider Series

Event Guidelines

  • Classes are run as per run as per National Jumping Amateur Rules Article 255.
  • If the show schedule allows, riders can compete in both Amateur A and Amateur B classes at the same show but must ride different horses.
  • All class winners receive a rug and prizes as arranged with the club.
  • Expressions of interest to become a host club of the Amateur events should be directed to Tracey Barber of EquineWorld ([email protected]) prior to September of the previous year.
  • EquineWorld, in conjunction with EWA Jumping Committee, reserves the right to modify, alter or change any of the Amateur Series Guidelines at their sole discretion, with or without notice to its affiliates.

Leaderboard

  • There are two Amateur leaderboards - Amateur A and Amateur B.
  • Maintenence of the leaderboard is to be the responsibility of the EWA Jumping Committee.
  • Points will be awarded from each round with 1st - 10, 2nd - 8, 3rd - 6, 4th - 5, 5th – 4, 6th – 3 and additionally each clear first round that is not placed will gain 1 point.
  • The leaderboard will be based on the performance of the horse and rider combination.
  • Equality of points will be separated by the number of wins and subsequent placings.
  • The winner of a leaderboard at end of the season will be awarded a rug and voucher at the EWA Awards Night.

EquineWorld Amateur A

Class height will start at 1.05 in March and progress through to 1.20m in November.

Amateur A riders may not compete in an Amateur A class if they compete in a class where the first round is higher than 1.20m at that show.

EquineWorld Amateur B

Class height will start at 90cm in March and rise through to 1.04m in November.

Amateur B combinations may not compete in an Amateur class if they compete in a class where the first round is higher than 1.04m at that show.

EquineWorld Amateur Triple Crown Series

The aim is to give Amateur A riders a feature class at major shows in WA.

  • Each year EquineWorld in conjunction with an EWA Jumping Committee representative will nominate five (5) major shows to run an Amateur Triple Crown Series feature class.
  • The winning rug of the Triple Crown feature classes will carry the EquineWorld Amateur Triple Crown Logo.
  • Each Triple Crown feature class will also have a winning trophy.
  • Placings of Triple Crown feature classes will be allocated points on the Amateur Leaderboard Series.
  • Any Rider/Horse combination that wins ANY three (3) of the nominated feature classes for 2018 will be the Triple Crown Champion.
  • The EquineWorld Amateur Triple Crown Winner will be awarded their rug and prize at the EWA Annual Awards Night.
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