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The World Cup Competition

CSI-W  KIEV – Ukraine

August 27 - 29, 2004

 

 I. GENERAL INFORMATION

 

1 – TYPE OF EVENT

STATUS:         CSI-W, event  S1_UKR_001_04

DATE:             27-29 August, 2004

PLACE:           National Complex “Expocenter of   Ukraine”, Kiev

COUNTRY:    Ukraine

 

2 - ORGANIZER

The Equestrian Federation of Ukraine

3a, Leipcigskaya str.

Kiev, 01015, Ukraine

Tel.:      +38(044) 254-51-34

            +38(044) 254-52-36

Fax:      +38(044) 254-52-34

E-mail: info@efu.org.ua

 

3 – ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

PRESIDENT OF THE EVENT:                       Mr. Oleksandr ONYSHCHENKO
(President of the Equestrian Federation of Ukraine)

SHOW SECRETARY:                                    Mrs. Svetlana Palij

 

4 - EVENT DIRECTOR

NAME                                                             Mr. Mykhaylo PARKHOMCHUK (Secretary General of the Equestrian Federation of Ukraine)

ADDRESS                                                       3a, Leipcigskaya str.

Kiev, 01015, Ukraine

TELEPHONE                                                  (38044) 254-51-34

                                                                        (38044) 254-52-36

TELEFAX                                                       (38044) 254-52-34

E-MAIL                                                            info@efu.org.ua

 

 

II. GENERAL CONDITIONS

 

The event will be run in accordance with:

- the FEI Statutes, 21th edition 2004;

- the General Regulation, 20th edition , revision 2001;

- FEI Rules for Jumping Events, 21st edition 2003;

- the FEI Rules for the World Cup Jumping Events, 10th edition 2001;

- the FEI Veterinary Regulations, 9th edition 2002

and all subsequent corrections and modifications to the above rules and regulations as published by the FEI.

An arbitration procedure is provided for under the FEI statutes and General Regulations as referred to above. In accordance with this procedure, any appeal against a decision rendered by FEI or its official bodies is to be settled exclusively by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland.

 

 

 

III. OFFICIALS

 

 

Ground Jury:                 President                      Mr. Marek ZALESKI                          (Poland)

 

                                    Members                      Mrs. Malle EINASTE                          (Estonia)

Mrs. Inna RYABOKON                       (Ukraine)

                                                                        Mrs. Irina SHULGA                             (Ukraine)

 

Foreign Judge:                                               Mr. Marek ZALESKI                          (Poland)

 

Course Designer:                                              Mr. Frank ROTHENBERGER           (Germany)

Assistant:                                                          Mr. Igor PROKOPYUK                      (Ukraine)

 

Appeal Committee:                                           Mr. YURKEVITCH Vladimir            (Belarus)

                                                                        Mrs. Natalya POPOVA                       (Ukraine)

 

Chief Steward:                                      Mr. Jan POSLUSZNY                        (Poland)

Assistants:                                                        Mr. Andrey PONOMAROV               (Ukraine)

                                                                        Mr. Sergej VELYKIJ                           (Ukraine)

 

 

FEI Veterinary Delegate:                                   Dr. Volodymyr GERUN                       (Ukraine)

Assistant:                                                          Dr. Konstantin GORDOVSKIJ          (Ukraine)

 

 

 

IV. SPECIFIC TECHNICAL CONDITIONS

 

1. VENUE

The CSI[-W] will take place on grass  surface in an outdoor area.

 

2. COMPETION ARENA

 

Competition arena                                65 m x 90 m, grass surface, outdoor

 

3. PRACTICE ARENAS

Practice arenas                         30 m x 65 m, grass  surfaces, outdoor

 

4. STABLES                                        boxes : 3 m x 3 m.                  

 

 

 

 

5. INVITATIONS

 

1.       Number of foreign riders: up to 19 NF by invitation from the following countries: BEL, BRA, BLR, BUL, CRO, CZE, EST, FRA, GER, GRE, HUN, LAT, LTU, NED, POL, ROM, RUS, SLO, SVK, TUR, YUG.

2.       Number of Ukrainian riders: till 20 riders. 3 horses per rider

3.       Number of foreign riders: till 3 riders per NF, with a maximum of 3  horses per rider. One groom per rider.

Competitors are invited by the OC through their NF.

 

 

V.  FACILITIES OFFERED

 

A)    Chiefs d’Equipe, Competitors, grooms and other staff can be accommodated at own expense

 

Hotel  MYR ***

Price: single room approx. 50 EUR  per room/night

          double room  approx. 68 EUR per room/night

 

Hotel  Golosievskiy

Price: single room approx. 9-13 EUR  per room/night

          double room  approx. 16 EUR per room/night

 

B)    Horses

 

There will be no allowances for travelling and transportation.

Boxes for horses for the whole event: 150 EUR

 

C) Welcome

The time and date of arrival of riders and horses and their means of transport must be given to the OC, in order to facilitate their arrival.

 

D)    Local Transportation – Arrangements from Hotel to Show-Grounds

The organizer will assure local transport of all competitors and officials.

 

E)     Advertising and Publicity on Competitors and Horses

(Art. 136)

The competitors are authorized to carry the logo of their personal sponsor on the saddle cloth in accordance with Art.136.

 

Event organization – (art. 115.1 and 2 General regulations) in exceptional circumstances, together with the approval of Chief d’Equipe and Ground Jury the OC reserves the right to modify the schedule in order to clarify any matters or matters arising from an omission or due to unforeseen circumstances.  Any such changes must be notified to all competitors and officials as soon as possible, and the Foreign Judge must report them to the Sec. Gen..

 

 

VI.  ENTRIES

Entries should be sent to the Equestrian Federation of Ukraine at:

3a, Leipcigskaya str.

Kiev, 01015, Ukraine

Tel.:      +38(044) 254-51-34

            +38(044) 254-52-36

Fax:      +38(044) 254-52-34

E-mail: info@efu.org.ua

 

Closing Dates for:

-          entries in principle                - June 30, 2003

-          nominated entries                - Jule 30, 2003

-          definite entries                     - August 20, 2003.

 

Entry fee - 150 EUR per horse. This will be starting fee.

 

 

ENTRY FORMS MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION ON HORSES:

- name of horse                         - passport number,

- date of birth                            - name(s) of owner(s),

- breed                                      - colour,

- country of birth                       - sex,

- stud-book initials.

 

 

VII.  CUSTOMS FACILITIES

 

Border Crossing points:

-          Directoin Northern Europe Malye - Yarylovichy, Senkivka,

-          Direction Eastern Europe  - Bachevsk,

-          Direction Western Europe – Korczowa/Krakovetz, Uzgorod, Chop, Porubne

-          Direction South Europe – Mogyliv- Podilskyy, Port - Illichivsk

 

 

 VIII.  VETERINARY MATTERS

 

Show veterinarian:                     Mr. Vladimir GERUN (UKR)

 

 1. Veterinary examination, inspections and passport controls.

 

   The veterinary inspection and passport control will take place on 26 august 2004 at      on the Show Grownds.

These will be carried out in accordance with Vet.regs.Art.1011;

Rules for Jumping events Annex X.

General Regulations 20th edition, effective  1st January 2000 will apply:

 

 

Equine influenza vaccination, Vet. Regs. App. VI.

 

All horses and ponies for whom an EFI Passport, or National Passport approved by the EFI has been issued, must have the vaccination section endorsed by a veterinary surgeon, who is not the owner of the animal, starting that it has received two injections for primary vaccination against influenza, given no less than 21 days and no more than 92 days apart. In addition, a booster Injection must be recorded as having been given within each succeeding 12 month, subsequent to the second injection of the primary vaccination. Prior to January 1st 1980, the interval between booster injections must have been no more than 14 month. None of theses injections must have been within the proceeding 7 days including the day of the competition or of entry into the competition stables.

The above are the minimum requirements for influenza vaccination. Both primary and subsequent booster injections should be given according to the manufacturer’s instructions which will fall within the stipulation of the FEI ruling. In many cases booster injections are recommended by the manufactorers at intervals more frequent than 12 month.

 

 

  Medical Control Program

 

Competitors at CSIs, CSIOs, Championship and Games must pay the equivalent of Sfr 12,50 (15 DEM) per horse per event to the Organizing Committee towards the costs of the above Program.

 

 

 

“General Regulations”, 20th Edition, revision 2001, will apply:

Art.139.1

Every horse/pony entered for any competition at CSNs, or CSI*  in a foreign country, and all horses/ponies entered for other CSI**/***/****/*****, CSIOs, Championships, Regional and Olympic Games, whether at home or in foreign countries, must have an official valid FEI Passport, or a National Passport approved by the FEI, accompanied by an FEI Recognition Card, as a means of identification and to establish ownership.

 

Art. 139.2

Horses/ponies taking part in CSNs and CSI* in their own country are not required to have such a passport as mentioned in  paragraph 1. All such horses/ponies must be properly registered and identifiable by diagram. Unless there is no national requirement for equine influenza vaccination in the host country and in the country of origin all  horses/ponies must have a valid vaccination certificate.

 

 

Sampling for prohibited substances   (Vet. Regs. Chap V&VI and App. III)

 

Regular sampling is carried out in CCI***/****, CSI***/****/*****, CIOs, World Cup Qualifiers and Finals, Championships and Games, whereas at other CIs  sampling is recommended. In  CIC***/****, the number of horses tested is at the discrection of the  Testing Veterinarian/Veterinary Delegate; however, a minimum of three is recommended (Art. VR 1017.1)

Special guidelines are applicable for events covered by the FEI Medication Control Program (Group I and II only).

 

 

Approved laboratory (Art. 1022)

 

Details of Approved Laboratory appointed to carry out analyses on samples collected at this event (Vet. Regs. Art. 1022 and App. 1.4.)

 

GERMANY

 

Institut Fur Biochemie Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schanzer,

 Carl-Diam-Weg 6, 50933 Koln,

Tel: 49 221/ 497 1313

Fax: 49 221/ 497 32 26

schaenzer@biochem.dshs-koeln.de

 

SWEDEN

 

Statenes Veterinarmedicinska Anstalt Prof.

Ulf Bondesson, Dept. Of Chemistry,

Besoksadress Ulls vag 2 B, 75007 UPPSALA

Tel: 46 18/ 67 40 00

Fax: 46 18/ 30 91 62

sva@sva.se

 

 

IX.            MISCELLANEOUS

 

1.       Complaints

All complaints to be made in writing and accompanied by deposit of 150 CHF or equivalent.

 

2.       Prizes – Classification

Total amount of prize money for the individual classification: 110 000 EUR.

 

Competition Nr. 1

-          Total prize money    2 000 EUR

Competition Nr. 2

-          Total prize money    20 000 EUR

Competition Nr. 3

-          Total prize money    3 000 EUR

Competition Nr. 4

-          Total prize money    2 000 EUR

Competition Nr. 5

-          Total prize money    3 000 EUR

Competition Nr. 6

-          Total prize money    20 000 EUR

Competition Nr. 7

-          Total prize money    5 000 EUR

Competition Nr. 8

-          Total prize money    50 000 EUR

Competition Nr. 9

-          Total prize money    5 000 EUR

 

 3.       Deductions from prize money

According to the Ukrainian law, the OC shall deduct  from the total prize money the percentage for Government taxes 20%.

 

4.       Distribution of prizes

The prize money will be distributed at the Secretariat following the last competion at the latest.

 

5.       Safety cups.

  CARO parcours design mobilboxen. Cardinali & Rothenberger GmbH

Liebermannstrade 18

32257 Bunde, Germany

Tel:49-5223-10036

Fax:49-5223-10037

 

6.       Doctor, Veterinarian, Farrier

Doctor, veterinarian and blacksmith will be available at the show-ground according to the Competition Schedule.

 7.       Insurance

All owners and competitors are personally responsible for damages to third parties caused by themselves, their employees, their agents or their horses. They are therefore strongly advised to take out third-party insurance providing full coverage for participation in equestrian events at home and abroad, and to keep the policy up to date.

 8.       Responsibility  The Chiefs d’Equipe are responsible for the behaviour of their teams and/or individuals throughout the event. They and their NF are responsible for any damage up to date.

 

9.       Entry right to Show-Ground

The OC will provide passes for competitors, owners of horses (max 3 owners/horse) and grooms. The competition Arena will be closed before the Event.

 

 

X.   Daily Programme

 

Thursday 26 August 2003

Registration

Horse Inspection

 

Friday 27 August 2003

Competition No.1                  

 Competition for young horses (6 and 7 years old horses) Table “A” (Art. 238.2. 1).

Height: up to 125 cm

Spread: up to 145 cm

Speed: 350 m/min

            Number of horses allowed per rider: 2

            7 years old Horses jump as raised course.

Prize money: EUR  2’000.- (600, 400, 300, 200, 100, 100, 100) & 200 to be divided among the remaining placed Riders.

 Competition No.2                  

Table “A”  with one jump off  against the clock (Art. 238.2.2)

Height: up to 140 cm

Spread: up to 160 cm

Speed: 350 m/min

            Number of horses allowed per rider: 2

Prize money: EUR  20’000.- (6’000, 5’000, 3’500, 2’000, 1’500, 1’000, 500) & 500 to be divided among the remaining placed Riders.

 

Competition No.3                  

 Table “C”  (Art. 239)

Height: up to 130 cm

Spread: up to 150 cm

Number of horses allowed per rider: 2

Prize money: EUR  3'000.- (900-, 700, 450, 300, 200,150,100) & 200 to be divided among the remaining placed Riders.

 

Saturday 28 August 2003

Competition No.4.

Competition for young horses (6 and 7 years old horses)

IN TWO PHASES. Art. 274.5.2.                      

1 st. phase: Table A not against the clock. Obstacles: height – 125 cm,

2nd phase: Table A against the clock. Obstacles: height – 130 cm

Speed: 350 m/min

Number of horses allowed per rider: 2.

7 years old Horses jump as raised course.

Prize money EUR 2'000.- (600-, 400-, 300-, 200-, 100-,100-,100) & 200 to be divided among the remaining placed Riders.

 

Competition No.5. IN TWO PHASES. Art. 274.5.2.                      

1 st. phase: Table A not against the clock. Obstacles: height – 135 cm,

2nd phase: Table A against the clock. Obstacles: height – 140 cm

Speed: 350 m/min

Number of horses allowed per rider: 2.

Prize money EUR 3’000.- (900, 700, 450, 300, 200, 150, 100) & 200 to be divided among the remaining placed Riders.

 

 

 

Competition No.6                  

Table “A”  with one jump off  against the clock (Art. 238.2.2)

Height: up to 145 cm

Spread: up to 200 cm

Speed: 375 m/min

Number of horses allowed per rider: 2.

Prize money: EUR 20’000.- (6’000, 5’000, 3’500, 2’000, 1’500, 1’000, 500) & 500 to be divided among the remaining placed Riders.

 

Sunday 29 August 2003

 Competition No.7                  

Competition for young horses (6 and 7 years old horses)

Table “A”  with one jump off  against the clock (Art. 238.2.2).

Height: up to 130 cm

Spread: up to 170 cm

Speed: 400 m/min

Number of horses allowed per rider: 2.

7 years old Horses jump as raised course.

 

Prize money: EUR 5’000.- (1'500, 1'100, 800, 600, 400, 250, 150) & 300 to be divided among the remaining placed Riders.

 

 Competition No.8                  

Table “A”  with one jump off  against the clock (Art. 238.1.2) – World Cup

Open for the 40 best riders  after competition No 6

Height: up to 150 cm

Spread: up to 170 cm

Speed: 400 m/min

Draw for the order of starting in the 1st Round.

Number of horses allowed per rider: 1.

The owner of  the winning Horse is invited to the Prize  Giving Ceremony

Prize money: EUR 50’000.- (15'000, 12'000, 9'000, 6'000, 3'500, 2'000, 1'200, 600, 400, 300)

 

Competition No.9       Top score competition with Joker  (Art. 270)

Height: up to 135 cm

Spread: up to 170 cm

Speed: 350 m/min

Number of horses allowed per rider: 2.

Prize money: EUR 5’000.- (1'500, 1'100, 800, 600, 400, 250, 150) & 300 to be divided among the remaining placed Riders.

 

 

 

 

 

THE  FEI  CODE  OF  CONDUCT.

 

The Federation  Equestre  Internationale (FEI) expects all those involved in international equestrian sport to adhere to the FEI s Code of Conduct and to acknowledge and accept that at all times the welfare of the horse must be paramount and must never be subordinated to competitive or commercial influences.

 

  1. At all stages during the preparation and training of competition horses, welfare must    take precedence over all other demands. This includes good horse management, training methods, farriery and tack, and transportation.

 

  1. Horses and competitors must be fit , competent and in good health before they are allowed to compete. This encompasses medication use, surgical procedures that threaten welfare or safety, pregnancy in mares and the misuse of aids.

 

  1. Events must not prejudice horse welfare. This involves paying careful attention to the competition areas, ground surfaces , weather conditions, stabling , sitesafety and fitness of the horse for onward travel after the event.

 

  1. Every effort must to made to ensure that horses receive proper attention after they have competed and that they are treated humanely when their competition careers are over. This covers proper veterinary care, competition injuries, euthanasia and retirement.

 

  1. The FEI urges all involved with the sport to attain the highest levels of education in their areas of expertise.

 

A full copy of this Code can be obtained from the Federation Equestre Internationale

Avenue  Mon – Repos 24, CH – 1000, Lausanne 5, Switzerland. Telephone:

+ 41213104747. The  Code is available in English & French. The code is also available on the FEI s  website : www.horseport.org.       

 

 

 

 

Final approval of this draft by the FEI, in accordance with Art. 115.1, denotes only the contents confirm to the FEI Statutes, General Regulation and Rules. By no means does this entails implicit acceptance of any liability of the FEI for any damages to third parties caused by the Organizing Committee and its officials, riders, drivers, owners and their horses.

 

 

 

 

 

 “Approved by the FEI”

 

Signature:_________________________________

 

Captain John P Roche

Manager,

Jumping & Driving Department

Lausanne, 30/06/2004

 

  
  
  
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