Pacific Indoor Eventing
Class List and Information

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Paper Entry: December 2019 Entry
PIE Entry Info

Entries $45 per class if postmarked/entered by November 28th. $60/class for late entries.
Warm up rounds available Saturday, August 18th. Crossrails warm up starting at 9am
All Classes will be judged according to USEA/US Equestrian Show Jumping and Eventing Regulations
Classes may be combined or split according to entries

Class List – Saturday
Warm ups starting at 10am.

Class List – Sunday
Walk Trot Division – Ground Lines – Optimum Time (Table IV) @200 meters/minute
1a. Walk Trot Show Jumping (Table IV) Ground Lines
1b. Walk Trot Eventing (Table IV) Ground Lines

Crossrail Division – Below 12” – Optimum Time (Table IV) @ 300 meters/minute
2a. Crossrail Show Jumping Table IV Crossrail Show Jumps
2b. Crossrail Indoor Eventing (Table IV) Show Jumps and Natural Obstacles

Introductory Division – 18” and Under – Optimum Time (Table IV) @ 300 meters/minute
3a. Introductory Show Jumping Table IIb Show Jumps Only
3b. Introductory Indoor Eventing Table IV Show Jumps and Natural Obstacles

Modified Beginner Novice Division – 2’ 3” and Under – Optimum Time (Table IV) @ 300 meters/minute
4a. Mod. Beginner Novice Table IIb Show Jumps Only
4b. Mod. Beginner Novice Indoor Eventing Table IV Show Jumps and Natural Obstacles

Beginner Novice Division – 2’6” and Under – Optimum Time (Table IV) @ 325 meters/minute
5a. Beginner Novice Table IIb Show Jumps Only
5b. Beginner Novice Indoor Eventing Table IV Show Jumps and Natural Obstacles

Novice Division 2’11” and Under – Optimum Time (Table IV) @350 meters/minute
6a. Novice Table IIb Show Jumps Only
6b. Novice Indoor Eventing Table IV Show Jumps and Natural Obstacles

Training Division 3’3” and Under – Optimum Time (Table IV) @375 meters/minute
7a. Training Table IIb Show Jumps Only
7b. Training Indoor Eventing Table IV Show Jumps and Natural Obstacles

Preliminary Division 3’6” and Under – Optimum Time (Table IV) @400 meters/minute
8a. Preliminary Table IIb Show Jumps Only
8b. Preliminary Indoor Eventing Table IV Show Jumps and Natural Obstacles

Special Classes
9 Beginner Novice Ride and Run – Riders will ride a course of 6 Show Jumping Fences Set at Novice Height. Upon completion, team member will “ride” a course on Benjamin the Stick Horse. Table IIb.

10 Training Gambler’s Choice – Riders choose their own course, with each fence cleared worth a given amount of points based on difficulty. The entry who accumulates the most points within a set time limit on course is the winner.

11 Pony Club Challenge – Open to all competitors who are also United States Pony Club Members. Riders will compete in a section a. And section b. Class at their division height and come to the show office to take a horse management written test based on their Pony Club Rating. The three scores will be combined to award 1st – 6th place in the Pony Club Division.