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The sport of eventing in Equestrifun has two forms, both of which are designed to provide schooling and practice, and one of which points: Schooling shows and starred/points shows. Both horses and riders will have to fulfill certain criteria to be eligible to compete and/or earn points.
Horses must be between 10.00 and 12.99bps. Recommended is 11.5bps for the best score. There is no limit to the # of levels at a show but the host must be able to manage them all. Horses must be between the ages of 4-20 to participate in any events.
Horses must be registered with the EEA to participate in any events. The EEA is the Equestrifun Eventing Association; horses can be registered with EEA via #Eventing on Discord.
This is how levels are kept track of. The different levels are as follows, these levels can be held as schooling or starred, when held as starred it must be indicated by adding ‘*’
Certain breeds cannot realistically compete at higher levels of Eventing. For example, you would not see a Shetland Pony competing at Burghley in real life. Below details which breeds/registries can compete at each level - if a breed is not mentioned as being excluded from competing above a certain level, assume that it may be competed at that level.
BEGINNER NOVICE Exotic and Draft cannot compete past this level NOVICE Gaited and Stock cannot compete past this level
TRAINING Pony, Baroque, and general Grade (exceptions noted later down) cannot compete past this level
PRELIMINARY Arabian cannot compete past this level
INTERMEDIATE + v ADVANCED All Warmblood and Thoroughbred registered horses may compete at this level, as well as horses that are Arabian x Warmblood, Warmblood x Warmblood, Arabian x Thoroughbred (Anglo-Arabian), and Thoroughbred x Warmblood, even if registered with Grade or Arabian.
RIDER AND HORSE WEAR (PER PHASE) - FOR STARRED
Riders should wear a black or navy show coat, white breeches, black boots, and a black top hat Horses should be well groomed and presented, with a clean white saddlepad, saddle, and bridle/martingale - earnet optional
Riders should wear the official jacket of the level they are competing at, white, fawn, or buff breeches, black boots, and a black, safety certified helmet Horses should be well groomed and presented, with a clean white saddlepad, saddle, and bridle/martingale - earnet optional. Breastplates and jumping boots are allowed/recommended.
Riders should wear a black, navy, or red show coat, white, fawn, or buff breeches, black boots, and a black, safety certified helmet. Horses should be well groomed and presented, with a clean white saddlepad, saddle, and bridle/martingale - earnet optional. Breastplates and jumping boots are allowed/recommended.