Here are the results of yesterday’s Golden Spurs Dressage Series Round 1. A huge thank you to all the competitors who supported this event. And also a huge thank you to the team of helpers who added up all the test papers.
A message from our club Secretary Kim:
“If you have a yard booked and are camping please enter through the top gate. There is a map on the gate and the yards are marked with your bridle number and surname. Feel free to move yard to a free one, move your reserved sign but please do not move anyone else. If you have a yard reserved and are not camping your yard is in the bottom gates. If you can also park and pitch considerately it would be great :)”
There have been some changes in the draw. If it affects you directly, you should have already been told, but please check the numbers of the riders going before you as they may have changed.
Here is the draw for round 1 of the Golden Spurs Dressage Series, to take place at Woady Yaloak Equestrian Centre, Smythesdale on Sunday 31st January 2016.
Please note that, in spite of what the advert said, all the sections will use the 2016 tests, downloadable from the HRCAV website. These all just happen to be identical to the 2015 tests.
Also, we have a waiting list, so if you are considering scratching, please do so sooner rather than later so that we can offer your place to another rider. The number to call is 5342 0407, or on the day call 0400 751601. Thanks.
As we have quite a few new members this year , we thought it an opportune time to remind our members of our required club code of conduct and our club rules, procedures and policies that must be adhered to , including those required in use of the WYEC grounds…
- SARC membership must be current to be able to able to ride at SARC rallies or any official HRCAV event, including having signed the HRCAV annual membership disclaimer statement.
- It is a member’s responsibility to check that their membership card has been signed and stamped for the current HRCAV year.
- It is a condition of joining that each member provides assistance in at least 2 events/working bees that SARC run. Support from every member ensures that the workload is spread more evenly and that we are united as a club.
- It is also expected that members who attend the monthly rallies assist with either setup or pack up of equipment and/or clean up of the club rooms.
- When riding a horse, wear an Australian approved safety helmet, boots and correct horse equipment
- Code of conduct between club members: Abuse or intimidation by one member of the club towards another will not be tolerated. All members regardless of their station within the framework of the club , will treat each other with dignity and respect. Any complaints regarding individuals breaching the clubs code of conduct will be given in writing to the club. The procedure outlined in the SARC inc. rules, clause 8 (disputes and mediation), will then be followed.
- No member has the right to use the clubs name in correspondence or contact with official bodies , without permission from the club. Authorization to be given via a club meeting and only from a club official
- Riding members are requested to wear the club coloured Maroon polo shirt on Rally days and events run by the club.
- During a rally, in the case of lameness in a horse, an instructor can ask the rider to cease participation in a lesson
- Horses are not to be ‘hard tied’ directly to floats
- Non riding members and spectators , during a rally, not to be on the oval / cross country course, except with the permission of a SARC committee member or instructor.
- Riders on horses accessing the oval, should do so via the side gate near the start of the cross country course and not up through the car park next to the SARC used club room building
- Gates to WYEC are to kept closed at all times , except during the process of entering/exiting , to/from , the grounds
- Sign into the registration book at the start of each rally, completing all columns asking for information
- Know where the first aid kits for both human and horse are stationed during rally days
- In the event of first aid products being used for a horse, the owner will be responsible for replacement of the articles used
- Know where the keys for the first aid room are located during rally days
- Know who the people are that are holding a current first aid certificate
- Know where the incident report forms are located and complete as required
- Know the emergency Ambulance, Police and Fire phone number
- Any damage to the WYEC facilities must be reported to the SARC President, Vice President , Secretary or Treasurer , immediately
- All manure is to be collected from the WYEC yard or yards that you use and is to be placed in the manure collection areas provided.
- At the WYEC grounds, children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult over the age of 18 years.
- Any jumps used on the WYEC cross country course must be checked prior to use.
- Before consumption of Liquor on the WYEC grounds , must apply to the Police Licensing Sargent at the relevant local Police Station
- Any motor vehicle parked in the confines of the WYEC facility is entirely at the owner’s risk. SARC, WYEC and the Golden Plains Shire Council accept no responsibility for any theft or damage thereto.
- Vehicles must be parked in the designated parking areas only at the WYEC grounds
- Smoking is prohibited in all Council Facilities
Thanks and Best Regards, Paul Miller
For and on Behalf of Smythesdale Adult Riders Club Inc.
Here is the programme for next year’s round one of the Golden Spurs Dressage Series, being held at Smythesdale on Sunday 31st January 2016. Entries invited!
The latest newsletter from Lisa and Lisa has Vickie as featured rider, competition tips from Marianne, and Jacquie on head-shaking syndrome.