• 16/01/2019
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    New Competition Rules for the 2019 ANCCE Cup for Dressage


    Thanks to a sponsorship agreement with COVAP, the new name will appear on the competition circuit: ANCCE COVAP Cup for Dressage

    Full-fledged members enjoy a 30% discount on entries for their horses


    The newest version of the 2019 ANCCE Cup for Dressage Rules was published on the ANCCE website just a few minutes ago. The novelty this year is that after having signed a sponsorship agreement with COVAP animal feed, this event has been renamed and will now be known as: ANCCE COVAP Cup for Dressage.

    Once again, the Rules contemplate a 30% discount for all Full-fledged members of ANCCE when entering their horses in this event. There are a number of changes. Although there are a number of points, the most outstanding include a new score sheet for the qualification system; the possibility of other countries requesting competitions within the framework of the ANCCE COVAP Cup with a single ranking that would include all participants, independently of the countries where they compete; an extra place to qualify for the ANCCE COVAP Cup Final, going from 10 horses qualified to 11; at Freestyle (Kür) levels (Prix St Georges, Grand Prix, Juveniles & Young Riders), the averages earned at each test will not count for the qualification, but rather, the average on the first day will count for the pair (horse+rider).

    Remember that the dates for qualification rounds fall between January 1 and October 20, 2019. It is mandatory that pairs make at least two (2) appearances in the arena (possible incidences that may arise during participation and whether or not these are reason for qualification are also indicated) with the specifics listed in the Rules.

    Finally, there is a new request form for those eligible for the 30% discount, which is applicable to Full-fledged members of ANCCE when entering their horses. This form may be downloaded, as well as the new Rules.

    [PDF] Download the new 2019 Competition Rules
  • Source — ANCCE — 16/01/2019
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