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The Spring Event at Woodside (May 2015) Omnibus Listing

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USEA Event ID: 15899
The Spring Event at Woodside | Woodside, CA (AREA VI)

Event Date: May 22-24, 2015

Open Date: Apr 07 Close Date: May 05

Address: 3674 Sand Hill Rd., Woodside, CA 94062 From I-280: Exit Sand Hill Rd, go west approx. 1 mile. Turn right into the Horse Park.


USEF/USEA Recognized Division:A,I,P,PChallenge,PH,PR
USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized Divisions:T,T-Am,TH,TR,N,N-Am,NH,NR,BN,BNR

Tentative Schedule:
Wed: Barns open-noon.
Thurs: Cross-country course open-3 pm.
Fri: Dressage-8 am. All.
Sat: Cross-country-8 am (A,I,P,T); Show Jumping-9 am (N,BN) Prelim Challenge SJ in Grand Prix arena Saturday afternoon.
Sun: Show Jumping-8 am (A,I,P,T); Cross-country-8 am (N,BN)
Starting Times:

Available May 18 on

Event Officials
TD: Roger Haller, GA
Judges: Pres: Loris Henry, CA  Member: Vicky Stashuk-Matisi, CA
Dressage Judges: Ginny Wailes, CA; Joan Williams, CA; Anne Howard, CA; Creeky Routson, CA ; Laurel Bruun, CA
CD:X-C: (AI,P) Ian Stark, GBR; (T,N,BN) Bert Wood, CA  SJ: Sarah Dubost, CA
Entry Information

Send Entries to:
Christina Gray
P.O. Box 620157
Woodside, CA 94062
805-239-3930 ext. 1 [email protected]
Please waive signature requirement on overnight mail.

Draw checks to Woodside Eventing


Org: Robert Kellerhouse, (951) 587-6239 Comp Mnmgnt: Del Mar Eventing, Inc.

Event fees directory: Draw checks to Woodside Eventing.
Entry: Per division: A: $305; I: $275; P: $235; P Challenge: $355; T/N/BN: $225.
Double entries: $25.
Stabling: $145.
Tack Stall: $145.
Non Compete Horse Fee: $40.
Trailer-in Fee:
$75 (non-stabled horses).
RV Hook Up: $50 /night water & electric or $15/night RV without hook up.
Teams: $5/member.
Party: $40 per competitor, $60 for non-competitors and $550 for a table of ten - see other information.
ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY CLOSING DATE! Entries recieved after closing date a late fee up to $50 will be charged. $25 change fee for any changes made after closing date. $20 charge for lost pinny - no deposit required. Incomplete Entries - $15. Bounced Check Fee: $25. Refunds: Before C.D. - Full Refund; after C.D. to May 12-Less $25 office fee. After May 15 no refund, unless entry or stabling can be filled from wait list, if either are filled either will be refunded less the office fee. Competition cancellation-No refund. USEA Starter and D&M Fees Refund Policy: The USEA Starter and D&M fees ($21), are not subjected to office fees, and shall be returned within 30 days of the competition to any rider who does not start the dressage test.
Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for out of state horses.
BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay an extra $25 non-member fee. PRELIMINARY and ABOVE must send copy of USEF cards for rider, owner, and trainer.
Competitor Information
A=$1,500, I=$900, P=$600 per division. P Challenge=$15,000 see website for details. CANTER California Award - $1,000 to highest placed OTTB (Off Track TB) in the Preliminary Challenge. TIP Prizes through the Jockey Club for Prelim Challenge (must have TIP number). Trophy and 7 ribbons per HT division, and prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, for all levels. Additional special awards for Preliminary Challenge.

$145/stall from Noon Wednesday to Noon on Monday. 340 temporary stalls on grounds. Stall doors & initial bedding only provided. Trailer In Fee - $75 for non stabled horses. Non competing horses $40 facility use fee. Feed/bedding/hay available for purchase, Shavings @ $10/bag (please order in advance) further info from the secretary. No outside feed and shavings deliveries. Veterinarian: TBD. # will be posted at show office.

Creekside Inn, Palo Alto-5 mi., (650) 493-2411. Sheraton, Palo Alto-5 mi., (650) 328-2800 Camping: No tent camping. R.V. hook-ups available-$50/day water & electric hook ups. No open fires on the property. Non-Hook up living quarter overnights available for $15/night.
Test & arena sizes: A-2014 Advanced Test B-Std. I-2014 USEF Intermediate Test A-Std. P Challenge - 2014 USEF Preliminary Test B - Std. P-2014 USEF Preliminary Test A -Sm.  T-2014 USEF Training Test A -Sm. N-2014 USEF Novice Test A -Sm. BN-2014 USEF Beginner Novice Test A -Sm. Arenas: Sand.
A-3550 m @570 mpm.  I-3100 m @ 550 mpm. P-2700 m @ 520 mpm. OT-2100 m @ 470 mpm. All other T -2100 m @ 420 mpm. ON-1800 m @ 400 mpm. All other N - 1800 m @350 mpm. BN-1500 m @ 350 mpm. I and P courses: Above average difficulty. T, N, and BN Average, for horses/riders with some experience at these levels.
Other Information:
Cross-country courses closed May 5 at sundown.
Levels may be divided/combined if entries warrant; state preferences under Eligible Section and birth date on entry.
Food on grounds.
Dogs must be leashed - a $25 fine will be assessed for any dogs not on a leash.
Team Competition: Teams of 3/4, best 3 scores to count, all team members at same level. $5/ team member.
Party: Preliminary Challenge Gala Saturday night, 6pm. Tickets-$40 per competitor, $60 for non competitors and $550 for a table of ten.
Preliminary Challenge is split into Rider and Horse Sections. Restricted to horses or riders that have not competed above the preliminary level nationally or internationally. Please see for additional entry requirements for the Preliminary Challenge!

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