PVRA Working Equitation B-Rated Show

PVRA Working Equitation B-Rated Shows

June 23
 August 25 – October 20

Show booth opens at 6:30 AM – show starts promptly at 8 AM

Closing date:  June 17th.  If not sold out, a $25 late fee will apply to exhibitors entering after the closing date

Show Manager: workingequ@pvra.com – 858-243-1953

Licensing: B-Rated Working Equitation competition licensed by WE United (License Pending). Points earned at these events will count toward Year End Awards and Lifetime Rider Medals!  Please don’t delay if you would like to enter since these shows do sell out!

Format of the Show:
One Day – Runs Entirely on June 23rd, 2019
Dressage tests will start promptly at 8 AM followed by Ease Of Handling, then Speed. Course-walks between events, but not between divisions. Due to time constraints of a one-day show we will only be accepting a maximum of 20 entries. Grounds will open at 6:30 AM.

Show Manager: Janice Kall – 858-243-1953 workingequ@pvra.com
Judge: Polly Limond “R”
Technical Delegate:  Aimee Sahm Ziller 
Farrier: On Call
Veterinarian: On Call
Course Designer: Polly Limond / Janice Kall

Level 1 (Intro) = $92/entry
Level 2 (Novice A) thru Level 5 (Intermediate B) = $132/entry
State Drug Fee + Grounds Fee + WE United Starter Fee = $17/entry (mandatory)
WE United Non-Member Fee – $15/per non-member (not Applicable to H/C Riders)
Horse must be registered with WE United (Registration is Free – see link below).
Entry fee covers all trials offered at each level. 

Competitions will use the United States Rules for Working Equitation Version 2.2. Please make sure you have a copy of the current rules (see link below).

Although membership in WE United is not required to compete at these shows, we strongly encourage all participants to join the national organization. Your $25 annual membership fee helps support the continued development of the sport in the United States and helps fund the Performance Awards Programs, Judge and Technical Delegate Trainings, website and outreach programs. Join online at WEUnited.us. 

For rider’s scores at a competition to county toward performance awards the riders must be a member within 30 days after the conclusion of the show. Anyone who is not a current member of WE United must pay a $15 non-member fee to compete. Riders schooling hors concours (H/C) are exempt from this non-member fee as they are not competing.

***Use of helmets is required for all competitors under 18 whenever they are mounted