Colorado Horse Park Horse Trials/Derby (Sep 2017) Omnibus Listing
Biosecurity: The Colorado Horse Park requires the following: current negative coggins certificate within one year; Health Certificate within 7 days of arrival; paperwork reflecting the dates of vaccinations that were given. They need to be within 180 days and the most important is the flu/Rhino - EVH 1 & 4. It would be preferable that the vaccinations are included on the Health Certificate. Horses may not unload until paperwork is turned in and approved. All horses must enter the facility off Bayou Gulch Rd. There will only be one entrance open and it will be the first entry east of Ponderosa High School and across from the church. No entrance for horse show trailers through the top gate on S. Pinery Dr.
CHP Pre-Check: We will be offering CHP Pre-Check. Pre-Check consists of the owner submitting all paperwork a minimum of 48 hours in advance of the show, and upon approval, the owner shall receive a pass for each horse to be presented upon arrival at the biosecurity gate. This will speed up your entrance to the facility. Please email all relevant documents to: [email protected] Your passes will be emailed back to the address from which you send the documents.
Event Date: Sep 15-17, 2017
Open Date: Aug 01 Close Date: Aug 29
FEI Open Date: Aug 01 FEI Close Date: Aug 29
Competition Address:7375 Bayou Gulch Road; Parker, CO 80134
From North: I25 South exit Lincoln; east to Parker road (#83); south (right) on Parker Road. Go 6.5 miles. Turn east (left) on Bayou Gulch Road (there is a traffic light). Follow signs to Colorado Horse Park. Main entrance just east of Ponderosa High School.
From South: I25 N exit 181 (Plum Creek Pkway) in Castle Rock. Turn right onto Plum Creek Pkway. Then .24 miles turn left onto S Perry St. Make a right onto 5th St (turns into E Highway 86/CO-86. Turn left onto CO-83/N State HW 86. Go approx. 3 miles to Bayou Gulch Road (there is a traffic light). Turn East (right) onto Bayou Gulch Road - follow signs to Colorado Horse Park.
USEF/USEA Recognized Division:P
USEF Endorsed/USEA Recognized Divisions:T,N,BN
USEA Recognized Test:Intro
Fri: Paid, ticketed Show Jumping schooling. Times TBA. Cross-country course open 3:00 PM.
Sat: Dressage starts at 8 AM; Show Jumping at 11 AM.
Sun: Cross Country starts 8:30 AM.
Starting times will be on website www.coloradohorsepark.com after 6:00 PM on September 14. After CD entry status will be listed on www.coloradohorsepark.com.
Judges: Pres. Janis Linnan, ID
GJ Members: Peter Gray, FL; Sheila Strickler, AZ; Sue Smithson, NC
CD: XC: James Atkinson, CA SJ: Sarah Kotchian Dubost, CA
Send Entries to:
Rick Dunkerton, Event Secretary
P.O. Box 1647
Laurel, MS 39441
Address checks to: The Colorado Horse Park.
Entries: Enter online at www.evententries.com. Entry fee includes $25 non-refundable office fee. Checks and credit card charges will be processed upon entry acceptance. Double entries not accepted. Refunds before CD less $25 dollar non refundable office fee. Refunds after closing date: stabling and USEA fees. **All scratches/ changes must be in writing, email, or fax. Changes after closing date subject to availability of slots in other divisions. A late entry fee of up to $50 for entries received after closing date. Neg. Coggins required within 12 months for all horses. Copy of Coggins must accompany entry. Health certificate within 7 days of each horse's arrival, a list of vaccinations given within 180 days (including EHV 1 & 4), and copy of negative coggins is required upon entrance to facility. For HT exhibitors an approved and completed medical card or medical bracelet is required any time while jumping.
Vaccination requirement: All horses participating in USEF Events must be vaccinated against equine influenza, according to the following minimum protocol: An initial Primary course of two vaccinations must be given; the second vaccination must be administered within 21-92 days of the first vaccination. The first booster must be given within seven calendar months following the date of administration of the second vaccination of the Primary course. All horses that were certified as correctly receiving the Primary course prior to January 1, 2005 (under previous regulations), are not required to fulfill the requirement for the first booster, providing there has been no lapse in their vaccination regime. Booster Vaccinations: a) The minimum booster frequency is every 12 Months. b)However for horse competing, the last booster must have been given with in 6 months plus 21 days before arrival at the event.
All Preliminary, must include copy of USEF Member card for rider and owner with entry.
HT: $500 prize money for each division split between 1st, 2nd and 3rd places, paid by check to the owner of the horse listed on entry. Ribbons through sixth place.
Stabling: $105 for duration Thursday through Sunday. $35 for each additional night. $25 per day for turn out paddock day use only for those horses stabled. If space permits, day stalls may be rented for $35/night. All stabling will be located in tent stabling. Stall doors provided. Tack stalls $105. $30 one time grounds fee per horse for non-stabled horses. All fees must be included with entry. Contact the Carole Kenney for bedding and feed orders. NO SHAVINGS ARE INCLUDED WITH STALLS. Order feed and bedding in advance by email: Carole Kenney at [email protected].
Veterinarian: Littleton Equine Medical Center (303) 794-6359
RV Parking with hook up on Grounds $40 per night. Must be reserved in advance through The Colorado Horse Park at [email protected]
Please specify if RV is 30 amp or 50 amp on RV Parking Form. CAMPING ONLY ALLOWED IN RV SPOTS. Due to county ordinance dry camping is not allowed.
Holiday Inn, Parker (303) 248-2147
Staybridge Suites South Denver, Park Meadows (303) 649-1010
Comfort Suites, Castle Rock (303) 814-9999
Dressage: Test and Arena Sizes: 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. Intro - 2014 USEF Beginner Novice Test A-SM.
P- approx 2600 meters @520m/m, T-approx 2300meters @ 450m/m, N-approx 1900 Meters @ 400m/m. BN-approx 1600 meters 350m/m. Intro - approx 1500 meters @300 m/m. Grass footing with rolling terrain, Water on all courses. Courses appropriate for horses with some experience at their levels. Includes 2 or 3 water complexes, James Atkinson - Builder. Cross country course closed after August 21, 2017.
Please do not call Horse Park main office for information. Cross Country course closed after August 21, 2017. Go to www.coloradohorsepark.com for information about the schooling area. Levels may be divided/combined as entries warrant. State preference under the eligible section and put birth date on entry. Food Vendors on grounds.
Any dog caught off leash will be charged $50 - to go to jump building fund. For safety purposes, all small children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. TBA evening competitor party included in entry for competitors. $15 per person for each additional ticket, please include reservations and money with entry. Please fill out information about your horse and competition history on bottom of entry form for announcer.
Due to state and county requirements, no unauthorized, motorized vehicles of any kind will be allowed on the cross country course. All drivers of motorized vehicles (including golf carts, dirt bikes, etc) must have a current drivers license and be able to show proof. Incomplete or illegible entries may be returned. Non competing horses not allowed in warm up areas during competition. All horses must get bridle number from show secretary and wear at all times when out of stall.
Golf Carts can be rented through Mile High: Clay at (765) 437-2097 or Mile High Golf Carts Parker at (303) 951-2131.
Vendor spaces are available. Please contact Lisa at [email protected]