Willville Horse Trials 2017, Important documents

**Update to membership information below**

Attention Eventers!

Willville Horse Trials is coming up August 11-13 and closing date for entries is August 7.  Willville is the only Equestrian Canada sanctioned Horse Trial in the province and is run by Dianna Fraser and family in Carrol, MB. On the #2 Hwy, just West of the #10 Hwy South of Brandon.

Riders in the Starter and Pre-Entry divisions can attend using their: 1) MHJA, PC or DW reciprocity memberships (or MHT membership), 2) an Equestrian Canada membership with Canadian Eventing affiliation, and 3) Manitoba Horse Council membership.  Riders in Entry level and above are required to have  1)MHT membership, 2) Equestrian Canada membership with Canadian Eventing affiliation, and 3) Manitoba Horse Council membership. (This is stated in Equestrian Canada Section D eventing regulation – D102). 

A negative Coggins is required to attend.  

Please find attached the omnibus page with show information and secretary mailing address. Please fill in and mail the attached entry form, waiver and stabling form, cheques payable to Willville Horse Trials.

This event runs just like a derby but more formal. There is a trot up and riders are required to wear show clothing for the dressage, cross country, and stadium rounds.  All rules and guidelines can be found on the Equestrian Canada website under Eventing, Rules 2017.  There is on-site stabling for horses Friday and Saturday night, a competitors dinner Saturday night and on site camping for you and your family!  The show grounds are located right beside the stabling and camping so everything is in easy walking distance.  I can not say enough good things about the facility and friendly atmosphere, if you are into eventing this is a MUST attend on your show schedule for the season.  If you have any questions please shoot me an email! 

Paige Dueck (MHT President)

ATTACHMENTS, please fill out all forms in advance to keep things moving at the secretary’s office: 

Omnibus page

Entry form  **Don’t forget to include a copy of your required memberships**

Stabling form

adult risk form

youth risk form

July 2017 Derby Course Maps and Details…

ETA: We have updated the Entry and Training maps!

Maps – Course walk start tonight (Friday) at 5pm.
Print out and walk.
Maps only available at office Sat morning.
Please park trailers off Vernon Rd, in field above, yet away from the bank/drops. Towards the hedge. (Last derby – this was the location of dressage ring)

 



May 14, 2017 Derby – Online entries now being accepted

We will be hosting a derby at Birds Hill Park on May 14, 2017, you can now enter on-line AND we will be accepting e-transfers for payment (details on entry form).

Enter Derby On-Line

The Derby will be judged on a per class basis and riders are welcome to choose three classes ($70 + $20 admin fee, includes course user fee). Class options include:

Dressage – Dressage tests set by Cadora and Equestrian Canada, links to the tests are available below. Score based on score sheets listed in dressage tests.

Pace – Rider and horse go through a pre-flagged route on the cross country course without going over jumps. Perfect for get comfortable on course and pracitce speed awareness. Score based on how close the rider is to optimum time. Optimum time is based on distance of the route as well as speed (measured in meters per minute and listed per level). 

Cross-Country (XC) –  Solid jumping obstacles over varied terrain in open fields. Score is based on jump faults and optimum time.

All rounds must be pre-entered as ride times will be assigned. Ride times will be emailed before the Derby. Entries received after May 7th will be subject to a $25 late fee. Cancellations after May 7th will be charged the non refundable office fee.

You must have an MHC membership. MHT memberships are highly recommended in order to qualify for year-end awards, however temporary memberships are available for the derby. Reciprocity memberships will also be accepted. 

Equipment: 

  • Pinny number holders (If you don’t own one, you can rent from us!)
  • Medical arm bands preferred but not mandatory.
  • Approved safety equipment is required in accordance with Equestrian Canada rules (Vests and helmets are mandatory when on the Cross country course).
  • Dress code as per Equestrian Canada Rules, Section D (Eventing) , Article D114
  • Waiver must be signed in advance or at the show

Derby Rules available here.

Marilyn McNaughton (marilynmcnaughton0@gmail.com) is the show secretary.