Rules for Sporting, Formal Gymkhana, C.Draft & Team Penning – 2013 Page 53 Last reviewed 06.012.2012 RIDER IN ACTION Rules for Sporting, Formal Gymkhana, C.Draft & Team Penning – 2013 Page 54 Last reviewed 06.012.2012 20.
SCUDDA HO a) Start on left hand side of first peg then bend alternately.
B) Turn extreme peg to the left c) Jump bounce jump d) Turn first barrel to the right then bend alternately e) Turn extreme barrel to the right f) Jump bounce jump g) Back through finishing pegs Elimination: i.
Knocking down or breaking any obstacle ii.
Error of Course iii.
Knocking down start or finish pegs iv.
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CAMBOOYA CLASSIC a) Ride down laneway and jump single bounce pony jump b) Bend around pegs keeping 1st peg on right.
C) Jump bounce jump d) Back through finishing pegs ELIMINATION: i.
Knocking down any obstacle ii.
Error of course iii.
Horse on or outside lines iv.
Knocking down start or finish pegs v.
Fall of horse or rider (Aug.06) CAMBOOYA CLASSIC Rules for Sporting, Formal Gymkhana, C.Draft & Team Penning – 2013 Page 56 Last reviewed 06.012.2012 22. 3 MUG RACE a) There will be a line of four pegs b) c) d) e) f) g) The distance between pegs will be 6 metres and the distance between the start line and the first peg 8 metres.
The spacing between the lines of pegs is to be 11 metres.
There is no limit to the number of lines of pegs used.
The boundary line at the end of the row of pegs will be 5.5 m from the last peg.
The position of each peg and the lane boundaries will be marked including the start and finish line.
There will be a demarcation line 5.5 metres out from the line of pegs and a steward will supervise each demarcation line.
Crossing the demarcation line will incur disqualification.
The competitor is deemed to have crossed the demarcation line if one or more of the horse’s hooves are placed on or over the line.
Pegs shall be 1.4 metres high.
Mugs will be placed on the three pegs nearest to the starting line ie pegs 1, 2 and 3.
On the signal to start, the competitor will take the mug from the peg number 3 and place it on peg number 4, then take the mug from peg number 2 and place it on peg number 3, and finally the mug from peg number 1 and place it on peg number 2 and proceed to cross the finish line.
The rider must pick the mug up with the right hand If a rider knocks down a peg or drops a mug he/she will be eliminated.
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NAMBOUR NUISANCE a.
Equipment required: Four jumping rails of minimum 75mm thickness Four 200 litre drums Start and Finish pegs b.
Setting the Course Start and Finish pegs to be 5.5m from the first line of drums Drums to be the distance of the jumping rail from the middle of the square. (allowing for rail to rest on top of the drum) One end of the rail to be placed on top of the 200 litre drum.
The other end of the rail to be placed in the middle of the square.
Repeat this for all rails.
Where the rails meet in the middle of the square, the ends of the rails will all butt up to each other.
Square drums off each other.
C.competition: Competitor may have a flying start from the 6 metre line.
All turns are right hand Jump over rail which is on the first (1) drum, right hand turn around the drum.
Ride through the middle of the square and right hand turn and around second (2) drum.
And so on until rider has jumped the rail on the third (3) and fourth (4) drum.
Knock down a rail or drum ii.
Error of course not rectified iii.
Touching of the drum or peg with the hand iv.
Knock down of start and finish peg v.
Fall of horse or rider (Aug.06)
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