Rule 9.3.E Children's Jumper

Sections offered:

Low Children’s Jumper
High Children’s Jumper

Cross Entry: Rider: The Low Children’s Jumper rider may cross enter into any class at the same competition for which they are eligible on different horse. A Low Children’s Jumper rider may not cross enter in classes above 1.15m at the same competition. The High Children’s Jumper rider may cross enter into any class at the same competition for which they are eligible on different horse. If a High Children’s Jumper classic is offered in the Children’s or Adult Amateur Jumpers and the rider has jumped above 1.20m at that show then they are not eligible for any Classic in the Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper sections. Horse and Rider Combination: The same Low Children’s Jumper horse/rider combination may not cross enter into any class held above 1.15m at the same competition. Horse/rider combination may enter only one classic, if both Low and High classics are offered. The same High Children’s Jumper horse/rider combination may not cross enter into any class held above 1.20m at the same competition. Horse/Rider combination may enter only one classic, if both Low and High classics are offered.

Fence Height:  Low Children’s Jumper 1.00m to 1.05m. High Children’s Jumper 1.10m to 1.15m .

Combining/Dividing Sections: Low Children’s and Low Adult Amateur Jumper sections must combine if there are fewer than 3 in either section and may combine if there are fewer than 6 in either section.  If after combining the Low sections there are fewer than 3 entries then competition management must further combine the Low sections with the High sections, allowing each section to compete at their respective height.  If sections are combined a horse can only compete at one height. High Children’s and High Adult Amateur Jumper sections must combine if there are fewer than 3 in either section and may combine if there are fewer than 6 in either section. If after combining the High sections there are fewer than 3 entries then competition management must further combine the High sections with the Low sections, allowing each section to compete at their respective height. If sections are combined a horse can only compete at one height.