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USEA Event ID: 15985
Inavale Farm HT | Philomath, OR (AREA VII)

Event Date: Jun 26-28, 2015

Open Date: May 12 Close Date: Jun 09

Address: 31786 Horse Farm Lane, Philomath, OR 97370
From I-5 Exit 228: Follow signs to Corvallis. In Corvallis, south on Hwy 99 (fourth street in Corvallis), follow signs toward Junction City/Eugene, 3 miles south of Corvallis, right (west) on Airport Road. 4 miles to flashing red - go straight. 1 mile to stop sign - go straight. Right at fork where road turns to gravel. Right on Sexton Rd., look for stabling map.


USEF/USEA Recognized Division:I,P
USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized Divisions:T,N,BN
USEA Recognized Test:Intro

Tentative Schedule:

Cross-country course open-3:00 pm.
Fri: Dressage- all levels.
Sat:  I,P,T,N Cross-country;  N,BN, Intro Show Jumping, check scoreboard for start time. Adult Riders Happy Hour 5:30. Competitors Dinner 6:30 pm.
Sun: 8:00 am I,P,T,N  Show Jumping, N, BN, Intro cross country.
Schedule details on website
Starting Times:
Available at and after June 22nd.
Event Officials
TD: Wendy Wergeles, CA
Judges: Pres: Robert Stevenson, WY Dressage Judges: Whitney Eggers, ID; Kathy Casey, OR; Renee Johnson, CO
CD:X-C/SJ: Tremaine Cooper, VA
Entry Information

Send Entries to:
Linda Yost, Secretary, P.O. Box 3369, Albany, OR 97321
(541) 974-6512
Email: [email protected],

Draw checks to Inavale Farm

Org: Luigi & Caroline Meneghelli, , (541) 929-6860, fax (541) 929-6200, [email protected].

Event Fees Directory: Draw checks to Inavale Farm. All major credit cards accepted, contact secretary.
Entry: I/P: $250.00; T/N/BN: $245.00; Intro: $180.00.
Stabling/Tack Stalls: $110.00.
Haul-in Fee: $60.00 (haul-in fee waived for volunteers, contact volunteer coordinator for details).
Teams: $ 10.00.
Dinner: $ 15.00.
Entry fees include $25 non-refundable office fee. Double entries: Accepted, no fee. Note: BN competitors who are not USEA members must pay extra $25 with entry (non-member fee). Intro test does not require USEA/USEF membership, and starter/drug fees do not apply. If oversubscribed, preference given to USEA members. $20 fee for changes to entry, after June 22.
Refunds: Contact Secretary: Before June 9-In full Less $25 non-refundable office fee; After C.D.-refund policy with vet certificate: June 10-17 $100 refund plus USEA and drug fees, June 18-21-, $50 refund plus USEA and drug fees. After June 21- refund of USEA and drug fees only. Full refund of stabling fee at any time IF stall can be filled from secretary´s wait list, otherwise no stabling refund after C.D.
Competition cancellation-Full 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 & health certificate (w/state entry permit) required for out of state horses. WA residents exempt from coggins. 
Competitor Information
Tack and cash awards; Ribbons to 10th place. 1st & 2nd place team awards. Prizes sponosred in part by Gallops Saddlery, Kerrits, and Toklat Originals

Area VII Adult Team Challenge, co-sponsored by Area VII Adult Riders. 
All amateurs may compete without restriction; competitors without an amateur card are eligible if they have not ridden two levels higher in the past 2 years.  Prizes to all first place teams, ribbons to third.  See website for more information.
The Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P) High Point Thoroughbred Award will be given to the highest placing Thoroughbred in its level (I, P, T, N, BN - all divisions combined within each level). To be eligible for the T.I.P. award, the riders and owners must get a T.I.P. number through The Jockey Club ( prior to the event.
Limited temp covered stalls. Covered stalls available from Wed. pm to Monday am. No arrivals before Wednesday afternoon without permission from organizer (email preferred). Stall doors & initial straw bedding only provided. Additional bedding: straw $5/bale, shavings $9/bale. Extra bedding available for purchase from secretary at show- those wanting large quantities please alert secretary in advance. Haul-in fee $60. Contact secretary for tack stalls (if available), no stabling available for non competing horses.
Veterinarian: Town & Country Animal Clinic, (541)752-9914# will be posted on bulletin board by secretary´s tent.  Thursday and after hours # (541) 231-7745. 
Comfort Suites (formerly Salbasgeon Suites) (1730 NW 9th St., Corvallis), 541-753-4320 or 1-800-956-8808, ask for Inavale Horse Trials Group Block. To get the show discount rate reservations must be made by June 8th. More local hotels on our website. Camping: On grounds; no hook-ups, no fee.
Test & arena sizes: I-2014 USEF Intermediate Test A-Std. P-2014 USEF Preliminary Test A -Sm. T- 2014 USEF Training Test A-Sm.  N- 2014 USEF Novice Test A-Sm. BN & Intro-2014 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-Sm. Arenas: Grass.
I-3100 m @ 550 mpm. P-2700 m @ 520 mpm. T-2400 m @ 420 mpm. N-1950 m @ 375 mpm. BN-1800 m @ 350 mpm/max. fence height 2'9".  Intro- approx. 1200 m @ 300mpm.   I,P,T courses, average, with some hills and forest trails.  N, BN, Intro:  easy to average, with tracks mostly in open fields.  Intro: water optional, no banks, shallow natural ditch.  Course is planned to be softer for lower levels than in previous years, check for updates on course changes and maps.  Aerated footing in all phases. Sand added to galloping tracks. Terrain: Hills, fields, forests.   
Other Information:

Area VII Adult Riders ATC (Adult Team Challenge), offered at BN, N, T, P levels.  Great prizes.  Regular team formats- 3-4 riders of the same level, best 3 scores to count.  $10 per rider, open to all riders 21 & over who have not completed more than one level higher than the level they are registering to ride within the past 2 years. Teams may be formed before event or any time before start of dressage. 

Cross country course closed June 8. Prior to June 8 weather permitting, by appointment only ([email protected]).

Intro test info: meant to be an introduction to eventing for new horses or riders.  Dressage on grass.  Show jumping will be in enclosed sand arena, with traditional, inviting fences.  Height limit 2'0", no combinations or spooky fillers. Cross country jumps are inviting, mostly logs, with three or four non-log fences (roll top, table, coop). 

Catered dinner Saturday eve; live music-$15; must reserve in advance, send with entry.
Food available on grounds Friday am through Sunday lunch.
Smoking only in Fire Marshall-dicatated areas, no smoking in competition and stabling area.
For a list of local activities within a short drive (wineries, waterfalls, beach, golf, etc.) visit our list or stop by the secretary´s booth during the show.
Volunteer Contact:
Volunteers greatly appreciated, please contact volunteer coordinator [email protected].
Volunteer raffle prizes given away throughout the event, sign in at the secretary´s booth.

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