Sat, Aug 28 | Kamas

2021 Intermountain Pony Club Tetrathlon Rally Registration

Tetrathlon is a sport which combines the skill of jumping and pistol shooting with the endurance test of cross-country running and swimming. This ticket is for pony club members. This is a qualifying rally with HM.
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2021 Intermountain Pony Club Tetrathlon Rally Registration

Time & Location

Aug 28, 2:00 PM – Aug 29, 5:00 PM
Kamas, 4300 UT-32, Kamas, UT 84036, USA

About the Event

Show Jumping and Tetrathlon Rally 2021

Show Jumping Rally--- Friday to Saturday

Tetrathlon Rally---  Saturday to Sunday

Friday August 27th

1:00 PM

Grounds Open

*Participants welcome to come early

3:00 PM Barn Set Up - Tack Rooms, Feed Rooms, and Stalls

5:00PM  Show Jumping Rally Begins -Rally Briefing for Show Jumping   - Horse Management Opens

5:30PM Jog Outs and Helmet Checks

6:45 PMBarn Closing

7:00PMOfficial Course Walk

Saturday August 28th

7:00AMBarn Opens

8:00AM Turn Out Inspections Begin for SJ

9:00 AM Show Jumping Begins

2:00 PM Tetrathlon Rally Opens and Briefing

2:30 PM Tet Shooting Begins

3:30 PM Awards

2:30 PM Jog Outs for anyone not participating in SJ

3:30 PM  Official Course Walk

5:00  PM  Swimming Starts at Kamas Aquatic Center (15 Minutes from   Oakley complex) All are welcome to swim and shower.

7:00 PM Competitor Party

8:00 PM  Barn Closing

Sunday August 29th

7:00  AM  Barn Opens

7:45  AM  Running

9:00 AM  Turn Out Inspections Begin

10:00  AM  Jumping Phase Begins

10:00  AM  Shooting Phase Continues - See Schedule

4:00  PM   Awards

Hosted By

Park City Pony Club

Organized By

Cara Murphy 435-901-3877  cara.adria@gmail.com

Brandy Skylling  801-230-3571  bskylling@gmail.com

Secretary

Beth Cummings  714-394-1214 bethjcummings@gmail.com

Entry Fees  Event Fee per Pony Club competitor $100

Relay Team Tet (youth or adult) $125

Adult Tetrathlon $100

No-Horse (stick horse)(youth or adult) Tet $75

Governing Rules

USPC Handbook, Rules for Tetrathlon Competition 2019, Rules for  Show Jumping Competition 2019, USPC Horse Management Handbook & Rules for Rallies 2019, Latest USPC Horse Management Newsletter

Awards     Team ribbons for overall and horse management first through fifth individual overall, and phase awards for each of the four sports for competitors. Special awards for No-Horse Tet and Adult for Fun Tet.

Stabling Stabling is on grounds. Please plan to overnight your horse according  to USPC standards (refer to USPC Horse Management Handbook and Rules for Rallies 2019). REMEMBER STALL CARDS & FEED CHARTS!!

Stabling Fees

$25 per day (i.e $50 for Friday/Saturday or $25 for only Saturday) and includes one bag of shavings.  All stalls must be checked by Horse Management Staff Rally Organizer before leaving the show grounds.  Please buy tickets for this on the event website for both Friday/Saturday, or just Friday or Saturday.

Tack Stalls

Tack stalls and feed stalls are available at $25 each per day You may also use your trailer depending on requests. 

NOTE: Stalls are dusty and need tarps or other items.

Coaching

Riding Coaches are permitted in the warm up area. Competitors may share a coach. Coaches are optional for the Running, Shooting & Swimming phases. All coaches must sign a Tetrathlon Coaching Guidelines Form and bring it to registration.

Chaperones

Each club MUST provide at least one designated chaperone.  A Chaperones’ Duties form MUST be filled out and signed by each chaperone and returned with your entry (sent to DCs).

Volunteers

Each club must provide 2 volunteers per team entered. Please include the names and e-mail addresses of your volunteers on the registration form.  A sign-up will be sent either before or at the rally.

Course

There will be an official course walk and course map posted prior to the jumping phase.

Attire

Refer to USPC Horse Management Handbook and Rules for Rallies 2019 for specifics. Dress in all Phases should be appropriate for the sport & weather conditions.  A Medical Armband/Medical Bracelet must be worn at all times while on the competition grounds. Competitor name-tags must be worn at all times, except during the riding, running and swimming phases.  Competitors are required to provide and use their own reusable competition pinney.  Pinnies and  bridle numbers must be worn by competitors/mounts at all times.

Sharing Horses

The horse/pony can be shared by up to 3 riders during the riding phase.  If you are sharing a horse, please indicate this (and with whom)  on the entry form.

Divisions

Separate divisions for Boys & Girls

LEVEL               AGE              SHOOTING   RUNNING      SWIMMING   RIDING

8 & Under       8 & Under     10/Resting      500 Meters      25 Yards         x rails

10 & Under    10 & Under   10/Resting      500 Meters      50 Yards        18 inch

Pre-Novice    10-11                20/2 hands     500 Meters      50 Yards        2'3"

Novice             12-13                20/2 hands   1000 Meters   100 Yards        2'6"

Intermediate 14-15               20/1 hand     2000 Meters   100 Yards        2'9"

Junior               16-17               20/1 hand     3000 Meters    200 Yards      3'

Adult                  >18                 20/1 hand      3000 Meters   200 Yards       3’

*All entries must register for a division or level however you can ride up or down a level.  Riding down a level requires is 200 point penalty, and 100 points for each additional level. For Tetrathlon,  sign up for your age division and if you want to run, swim or ride down a level make it known on your entry.

*Adult Division can be individual or Team. Teams can include a person for each phase.

Tickets
Price
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  • Individual Ticket
    $100
    $100
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  • Stall Fee per night - Saturday
    $25
    $25
    0
    $0
  • Stall Fee per night - Friday
    $25
    $25
    0
    $0
Total$0

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