October 1 – 3, 2021 ~ Temecula, CA

Working Equitation

Working Equitation Class List

Class List

Level

Rider Division(s)

Trials

L1 – Introductory

Youth, Amateur, Open

Dressage

Ease of 

Handling

 

L2 – Novice A

Youth, Amateur, Open

Dressage

Ease of 

Handling

Speed

L3 – Novice B

Youth, Amateur, Open

Dressage

Ease of 

Handling

Speed

L4 – Intermediate A

Youth, Amateur, Open

Dressage

Ease of 

Handling

Speed

L5 – Intermediate B

Youth, Amateur, Open

Dressage

Ease of 

Handling

Speed

L6 – Advanced

Youth, Amateur, Open

Dressage

Ease of 

Handling

Speed

L7 – Masters 

Open

Dressage

Ease of 

Handling

Speed

Working Equitation Competition Requirements

This show will be conducted and judged in accordance with the United States Rules for Working Equitation, Revision 4, dated 1 December 2020.  The rules can be found at the following site: https://usawe.org/rules.  It is the competitor’s responsibility to read and understand the rules prior to the competition.

All competitors holding a membership with USAWE may compete. Non-members are allowed to compete in B-rated shows for a $20 non-member fee.  Non-members can use a one-time voucher in place of the non-member fee. 

Apply for the voucher online at: https://forms.gle/U68aZ2yTqNNBSvRA7

Competitors interested in being eligible for lifetime medal awards and year-end awards must be USAWE members. 

Membership application: https://usawe.org/membership/:

All competing horses must be recorded with USAWE in advance of the show. A one-time fee of $20 per horse includes lifetime performance tracking.

Horse recording form: https://usawe.org/membership/:

A single horse and rider team is allowed to show in only one level. A horse may be entered twice in a competition if ridden by two different riders and in different levels.  Exception:  Two youth can share the same horse if competing in Level 1.  See Rulebook, Section 1.7.

Riders must be correctly attired and horses properly presented in accordance with the U.S. Rules for Working Equitation.  Show Management may, at its discretion, bar any person or horse from entering the arena if not suitably presented.

  • The order of go for each trial will be posted no later than 2 hours prior to the start of the trial.
  • Course maps for EOH and Speed will be posted no later than 2 hours prior to the start of each trial.

Entry Procedures

  • A separate entry form must be completed for each horse-rider combination. The entry form is included as an attachment to this Prize List.
  • An entry form is not valid unless it is fully completed and has all the proper signatures, membership numbers, and horse information.  Each entry form must have the original (not copies) signatures of Riders/Handlers and the Owner/Agent. An adult must sign for any junior rider.
  • Entries postmarked after the closing date will be assessed a late fee.
  • Youth exhibitors must be 17 or under at any time during the current year.  Youth exhibitors must indicate their date of birth on the entry form.  
  • Travel from outside of California will require a Photocopy of a negative Coggins test, dated within one year of the end of the show, must accompany the entry form. 

Entry Fees

  • Introductory ($425 Championship; $375 A-Rated)
  • Novice A ($475 Championship; $425 A-Rated)
  • Novice B ($475 Championship; $425 A-Rated)
  • Intermediate A ($475 Championship; $425 A-Rated)
  • Intermediate B ($475 Championship; $425 A-Rated)
  • Advanced ($475 Championship; $425 A-Rated)
  • Masters ($475 Championship; $425 A-Rated)