INFORMATION FOR 2021 ADT #1 AT Apache Junction Rodeo Grounds
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO THIS NEW DATE.
All the information and downloads for this event are on this page. You must scroll down to find everything. Cones and Obstacle maps will be available below, one week prior to the event.
Event Date: ADT #1 Saturday, February 20, 2021
This event will be one day only and limited to 35 entries to keep the numbers more manageable during Covid. Masks are required anytime the 6 foot minimum distance is not possible. Please bring your own masks.
Rodeo Park Event Center
1590 E. Lost Dutchman Blvd.
Aerial photo Get Directions Park Rules
Holding pens available for overnighting your horse, but are limited to approx. 20 animals. Pens are uncovered. Overnight camping on the grounds is permitted for this event for Friday night only. Those coming in on Friday are asked to arrive after 12 noon Friday, as organizers will be busy setting up that morning and unavailable for check in.
Entry Form: CHECK BACK. Will be posted as soon as we are official. We are awaiting approval of our COVID mitigation plan by Parks and Rec.
Link to Liability Release Form: This form may be used by volunteers or folks associated with an entry who need to sign that competitor's entry form. We are trying to limit direct contact as much as possible, so request that all who need to sign a release do so online and prior to the event.
Driving Directions: see above under Location
Event Organizer: Peggy Jaeger and Dana Moore. Use this link to E-mail Peggy (may not work for all)
Want to Volunteer? Approximately 15 volunteers are needed to help run this event.
Use this contact link to volunteer or ask for more information about volunteering.
Food on Site: No. Several miles to the closest fast food establishments, so best to bring a bag lunch.
Start Time/Schedule: 1st Dressage Test is tentatively set for 8:30 am, but if we reach 35 entries, we may change that to 8:00 am; Check in with TD for Safety Check at least 15 min. prior to test time and bring your completed Safety Check List. Report to the Cones Course immediately after your dressage test. Obstacles begins after the lunch break, and with 35 entries could be as late as 2:30.
Dressage Judge for ADT #1: Cynthia Ganem, who has judged for us the past few years at A.J.
Cones Judge: TBD
Technical Delegate: TBD
Stabling: See above under Location.
Shavings: If desired, bring your own, but most of the pens are very large.
Dressage Tests for this event: ADS Tests: New tests Training Test B; Preliminary Test B; Intermediate Test B. Ring size for all will be 40 X 80, unless we reach event capacity and have a large number of VSE entries. We may then decide to have VSE use a 30 X 60 to try to save some time. VSE entries would be notified ahead of time if we change their ring size.
These new tests show the pattern from "C," the judge's view. If you are an ADS member, you can go to the ADS website and download the tests with the view from "A." Training Test B diagram Training Test B Written Directives; Preliminary Test B diagram Preliminary Test B WrittenDirectives; Intermediate Test B diagram Intermediate B Directives.
Fees if paying by check: Entry fee for ADT is $60. Stall fee is $5 for stabling overnight on Friday and/or using a pen on Saturday. Those paying online are charged extra to cover the processing and transaction fees, which are not refundable. There is no show from trailer fee, and no dry camping fee at this site. No electrical is available.
ADCS Refund Policy for This Event: If you scratch after Close of Entries, any refunds, if requested, are at the discretion of the organizers. Any online processing fees associated with the entry can not be refunded. "No Shows" the day of the event will receive no refund. Cancelation before the close of entries, will get a full refund less the online processing fees if you paid Online.
FILES FOR THIS EVENT-ADDED AS AVAILABLE:
Obstacle Maps (Hazards)
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