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Stanton Farms H.T. (Aug 2017) Omnibus Listing

Schooling Dressage Show Friday Aug. 11
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USEA Event ID: 16558
Stanton Farms H.T. | Deary, ID (AREA VII)

Event Date: Aug 12-13, 2017

Open Date: Jun 27 Close Date: Jul 25

Directions:

Address: 1371 Mica Mountain Rd., Deary, ID  83823 To avoid driving miles on dirt road do not use Map Quest or Google Maps. 
From the WEST : Moscow, Idaho and Pullman, WA: Hwy 8 East to Deary (27 miles). Half-mile before Deary turn left (north) onto Hwy 9 for 2 miles. Quarter mile past Mile-Marker-2 turn Right onto Mica Mtn. Rd. (arched bridge heading North). Follow Mica Mtn. Rd for 2 miles, follow the main road to the left becoming Old Avon Road for Quarter mile. Turn into Field on left.
From the SOUTH (Lewiston, Idaho): Hwy 95 South to Hwy 12. Exit onto Hwy 12 stay on Hwy 12 then exit onto Hwy 3 going towards Kendrick, Idaho. Follow Hwy 3 North to Deary. At Deary turn Left at the Exxon station. Drive through Deary turn onto Hwy 9 half-mile West of Deary, and follow directions as above.
From the NORTH (Couer d 'Alene -- this is the recommended route from Montana): Hwy 95 South to Potlatch. Turn left onto Hwy 6 and go through Potlatch and Princeton. Just before Harvard turn right onto Hwy 9. Go 12 miles and turn left onto Mica Mtn. Rd. Follow directions above.  

Divisions

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

Tentative Schedule:
Fri: Dressage Schooling Show (www.stantonfarm.com for entries and prize list) 8am-2pm.
Cross-country course opens at 3 pm.
Opening Ceremony and Blessing of the Horses later afternoon/early evening
Sat: Dressage-8am. Cross-country 12:00
Sun: Sunday Church Service-7:30 am; Show Jumping-9:00 am starting with Prelim going down through the divisions to Intro Test. Competitors will ride in reverse order of placing. Awards at the end of each division.
Starting Times:

Start Times available on Stanton Farm web site after August 8.

Event Officials
TD: Karin Bishop, WA (S)
Judges: Pres:  Ana Schravesande, TX (r)
Add'l Dressage judges: Whitney Eggers, ID (r)
CD: XC: Steve Buckman, Ladysmith BC (R)(FEI 1*2*CD)
SJ: Adrianna Doyle, Baird, TX  (r) (FEI 1*2* CD)
Entry Information

Send Entries to:
Nancy Russell
P.O. Box 1131
De Leon Springs, FL 32130
Phone: 386-679-0792
Fax: 386-985-2129
Email: [email protected]
Please include "Stanton Farm HT" in Subject Line of all e-mail correspondence.

You may also register online at www.EventEntries.com. Visa/MC, Discover, AmEx & checks accepted.

Draw checks to Stanton Farms, Inc.

Organizer:

Org: Sarah Stanton, 1371 Mica Mtn. Rd., Deary, ID 83823, (208) 877-1248, cell (208) 301-0579, [email protected] If you do not get a hold of me right away I recommend leaving messages at both phone answering machines, as my cell phone does not work at the farm.

Fees:

Event Fees Directory -- see individual sections for details. Draw checks to Stanton Farms, Inc.
Entry: HT (BN-P) $220.00; Intro Test $110.00 (starter fees do not apply, USEA membership/non-membership fees are waived).
Post Entry: Post-entries will be allowed if room allows. Entries received after the closing date are considered post-entries and require an additional $80 to be paid with entry.
Stabling: $150.00.
Non-Stabling Haul-in fee:$135.00
Pinny Deposit: $25.00 (separate check) will be returned upon return of pinny.
Stabling Deposit: $15.00 (separate check) will be returned upon inspection of stalls. Stall must be cleaned to receive deposit back OR you may have the Palouse Hills Pony Club clean your stall(s) for you; if this option is chosen your check will be retained and a like amount paid to the pony club by Stanton Farms. Details on this will be posted at the office and in the program.
Dog Fee: $25.00 all dogs must be leashed. This fee covers the dog(s) a competitor brings with them to the farm. This is a one time "dog family" fee not a fee per dog.


Refunds: Before C.D. - less $25 non-refundable office fee; Withdrawals will not be honored without written intent received via USPS, or e-mail on or before C.D. NO PHONE WITHDRAWALS WILL BE ACCEPTED. After C.D. - No refunds will be given after the initial printed closing date unless the  withdrawn entry is filled by another rider/horse pair from a waiting list. Refunds granted after closing date will include entry fee only less $25 office fee, and any other incidental fees (i.e. dog fee, pinney and stabling deposits), but will not include stabling fee ($150/$135).   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. Competition cancellation, no refund.

Entries:
Double Entries: not accepted.
Intro Division: starter fees do not apply and USEA membership/non-membership fees are waived.
All other Divisions will be split if entries warrant. We like to accommodate Junior and Young Riders and will offer them their own classes if entries warrant.
Refunds: Before C.D. - less $25 non-refundable office fee; Withdrawals will not be honored without written intent received via USPS, or e-mail on or before C.D. NO PHONE WITHDRAWALS WILL BE ACCEPTED. After C.D. - No refunds will be given after the initial printed closing date unless the  withdrawn entry is filled by another rider/horse pair from a waiting list. Refunds granted after closing date will include entry fee only less $25 office fee, and any other incidental fees (i.e. dog fee, pinney and stabling deposits), but will not include stabling fee ($150/$135).   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. Competition cancellation, no refund. Pinny fee $25 (separate check). Stall deposit $15 (separate check) -- please write 2 separate checks. Presentation of a current Coggins test and State Brand Inspection for each horse are highly encouraged upon arrival, but not required.
Competitor Information
Awards:

Prizes to 1st - 3rd, Ribbons to 6 places.
Truck awards: Oldest Truck, and Furthest Traveled Truck.

Stabling/Veterinarian:

$150/stall from Thursday to Sunday. 60 temporary 10'x10' stalls -- Stall doors/initial bedding only provided. Stalls assigned by order of receipt of entry. Tack stalls allowed if space available same fee applies ($150). Overflow stabling will be available should entries warrant. Additional bedding may be purchased, price TBD. $135 haul-in fee for non-stabled competing horses. Non-stabled horses must stay tied to their trailers, no portable stalls allowed. Non-stabled horses may not stay overnight unless a stable fee is purchased -- $135 non-stable fee would go towards the $150 stable fee. Separate $15 stall deposit fee will be returned upon inspection of stall at the conclusion of the event. Palouse Hills Pony Club will offer their services as a fundraiser to clean your stall(s) for a fee -- see details under "Entries" above. Details and a sign-up sheet will be posted at the office. Farrier and Veterinarian will be on site during riding portions of event. Farrier; Paul Magan (AFA Cert. JM) (208) 816-6606, Veterinarian: Troy Veterinary Clinic, Denise Konetchy, DVM (208) 835-3002. Attending Veterinarians contact information will be posted at the barns, and at the office.

Accommodations:

Dry Camping, no fee (no power or hook-ups) -- wi-fi available, cell phone service has improved. Moscow Hotels (28 mi)-Best Western University Inn, (208) 882-0550. LaQuinta Inn, (208) 882-5365. Super 8 Motel, (208) 883-1503. Palouse Inn (208) 882-5511. Idaho Inn (208) 885-1480. Elk River Lodge, Elk River, ID (25 mi) (208) 826-3299

Dressage:
All tests will be conducted in outdoor all-weather sand mix arenas, and will use the small arena (20mx40m). Initial warm-up will be in a new warm-up arena with similar footing. Warm-up arena 350'x250'.  P--2014 USEF Eventing Preliminary Test A. T -- 2014 USEF Eventing Training Test A. N -- 2014 USEF Eventing Novice Test A. BN -- 2014 USEF Eventing Beginner Novice Test A. Intro -- 2015 USDF Intro Test C. All tests in small arena (20m x 40m).
Cross-Country:
All XC tracks are aerated grass tracks and warm-up area is aerated grass field top dressed with sand. Intro: This test will include all phases of a horse trials; dressage, X-C, and stadium. These phases will run concurrently with the other horse trial divisions;  Saturday dressage and XC, Sunday stadium jumping. The X-C is designed to encourage new riders and horses to the sport of eventing and horse trials. The terrain is gently rolling, obstacles include animals carved out of logs, miniature barn, bench, step-up, and several large logs. Length; approx. 1500 m @300 mpm, max 2' -- no mandatory water crossings, and ditch with option.  BN approx. 2000 m @ 350 mpm, max 2'7"; This may be challenging for first time riders to BN, but those who have ridden this level before really like the course and give it high marks, ditch with option, up and down bank, water crossing with option included.  N approx. 2200 m @ 400 mpm, max 2'11"; This may be challenging for first time riders to the Novice level, but those who have ridden this level before really like the course and give it high marks banks, ditch, corner, and water included in course.   T approx. 2600 m @ 450 mpm max 3'3". Our Rider Rep last year liked this course very much and ranked it moderate. Those experienced at Training level found this a great course for bringing a new horse "up," as well as being appropriate to new riders at this level. Course includes, trakehner, a water crossing with banks, banks, coffin, and a new corner. P approx. 3120m @ 520 mpm, max 3'7". A good course for both the "first timers" and the experienced Prelim competitor. Course includes, trakehner, coffin, two water crossings -- one with jump within water, new double corners, banks, and new chevron along with good galloping opportunities with many changes of elevation. Tracks at all levels (except Intro Test) utilize open rolling terrain in hay fields, timber and woodland. Courses invite good galloping opportunities, but recommend that horses are fit due to the terrain and the possible heat of late summer.  Warm-up is in a 12 acre aerated grass field top dressed with sand, with XC and stadium warm-up fences. The terrain is not flat, so please plan accordingly. Warm-up will also be available in the new warm-up arena but no XC jumps will be available in that space.
Cross-country course closed Sunday July 10th at 6:00pm.
Other Information:
•Cross-country course closed Sunday July 10th at 6:00pm.
• Schooling Dressage Show Friday Aug. 11 9am-2pm. Prize list and entry form at www.stantonfarm.com
•All dogs must be on leash and pay $25 fee in advance of the event (this fee is per "dog family" -- not per dog). You may include the fee with your entry forms and fees. We request that you please pick up after your dog for the benefit of all visiting the farm.
•Annual Truck Competition! Everyone drives their big rig to these horse events, so tell us about your "Bad Boy" that hauls you so faithfully across this beautiful country. Prizes for "Farthest Traveled," and "Oldest Faithful Rig." 

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