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- Canadian Eventing
- National Membership form
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- Download Canadian Eventing 2011 National Dressage Tests from Entry to Intermediate.
HTNSForms, Tests and Event Information
2013 Competition Information
Rider Memberships needed to compete in sanctioned competitions:
|Level Of Competition for the Rider||HTNS||NSEF||EC Sport License||Canadian Eventing||EC Horse Passport|
For Horse owners (only if the Rider is not the owner):
|Level Of Competition of the Horse||HTNS||NSEF||EC Sport License||Canadian Eventing|
* At these levels, HTNS Temporary memberships may be purchased for each competition for $15.00, good for that day only, instead of a full HTNS membership. Note that this membership form must signed by the RIDER in advance of the competition, with proof of liability insurnace.
** Temporary Bronze Sport Licences are NOT available for purchase.
*** You do not need a Canadian Eventing Membership if: 1) you’re competing with a Temporary HTNS membership at any level; and 2) if you’re competing with a Temporary Silver EC Sport License for Training level.
Canadian Eventing Memberships:
The Canadian Eventing membership will be collected directly by Equine Canada when you buy your Sport License. The CE fee is $20 for Seniors and $18 for Juniors. If your EC Sport License does not say “Canadian Eventing”, you have not yet purchased your CE membership. If you have already purchased your EC Sport License but did not also purchase your Canadian Eventing membership you can still purchase it by these methods:
- Online upgrade from Equine Canada website. You will need your sport license number and your password – then select CE membership and a new sport license card with “Canadian Eventing” on the back will be sent out the next business day.
- Submit a Canadian Eventing membership application form, downloaded from the Equine Canada website, and mail to the Equine Canada office. The 2013 Canadian Eventing Membership form is available on the Canadian Eventing section of the Equine Canada website at under Disciplines then select Eventing.
- Purchase it through the competition organizer in advance of the competition, if available. This is at the discretion of the organizer.
Temporary HTNS Memberships:
- Available only for Pre-Entry, Entry and Pre-Training Levels for $15.00
- The $15.00 fee is to be included on the entry form along with the regular show fees, but may be signed for on the day of the event, prior to the start of the competition. This membership form must be signed by the rider.
- Applicable for one event only.
- Placing achieved with a Temporary Membership at an event DO NOT accumulate points towards HTNS year-end awards.
EC Drug Testing Fees:
- $3.50 per horse competing at Bronze competitions, or Bronze divisions at multi-level competitions (i.e. if you’re entering PT, E or PE).
- $7.00 per horse competing at Silver competitions, or Silver divisions at multi-level competitions (i.e. if you’re entering the Training division).
Canadian Eventing Levy Fee:
- $12.00 - This mandatory Levy fee is used to support Domestic Development Programs.
- ALL riders are required to wear a protective vest during the Cross-Country jumping phase. You will not be able to compete without a vest.
- Please remember to enclose copies of membership cards.
- Please sign all sections of the Entry form. The waiver on the back of the Entry form must be signed with all the appropriate signatures or riders will not be allowed to compete.
- Medical Armbands are compulsory - Riders will not be allowed on the cross-country course or in show jumping without an armband. They are available for purchase at each event
ARMBANDS MUST BE WORN ON YOUR ARM!!
- It is strongly recommended that all competitors are familiar with the Equine Canada 2011 Rules for Eventing and General Regulations. It is the competitor's responsibility to know the rules governing their sport. All rules (applicable Sections A & D) are available for downloading on the Equine Canada Website at www.equinecanada.ca, or call 613-248-3433 ext. 107 for information on how to obtain current rulebooks.
- ALL riders, Junior and Senior, are required to wear approved headgear while riding anywhere on the grounds, including the Dressage test. Approved protective headgear complying with European (EN), British (PAS), North American (ASTM), and Australian/New Zealand tested standards is compulsory.
- You must be a member of HTNS to qualify for year end awards for both Horse Trials competitions. You must complete a minimum of two Horse Trial competitions within the same division to qualify for year-end awards.
Speed and Heights
- Pre-Entry - Maximum Height: 70cm (2'3"), Speed: 300mpm
- Entry, Pre-Training, Training & Preliminary - refer to EC Eventing Rulebook, Section D, Annexes 6 and 7.