Horse Management Handbook and Rules for Rallies. 2007 --> 2010 Then and Now. Intro. The 2010 USPC Horse Management Handbook and Rules for Rallies continues the process of simplifying and demystifying the HM Rules by which USPC activities are governed.
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Horse Management Handbook and Rules for Rallies
2007 --> 2010
Then and Now
USPC activities are governed.
Old Part 1 Deleted
Part 2 renamed as Part 1
Part 1: Just the Rules and only the Rules;
Part 2: Full information for each Rule
Only the following jewelry is permitted:
Medic alert bracelets and/or necklaces
Wedding bands, and/or
The following jewelry is never permitted:
Any jewelry/piercing of any kind in the airway (nose, lips, tongue, etc.).
Possession and/or use of electronic communication devices by competitors is not allowed.
- Possess or are under the influence of illegal drugs or controlled substances.
7d. Competitor attire for unmounted USPC Ceremonies, if not specified by the activity Organizer, must be safe, appropriate, neat and clean, to include:
7g. Proper exercising & schooling attire includes:
10d. Members, Unrated through C2, must have a HMJ check any bandages to establish if they are properly applied.
- Competitor (Member)
- The owner of the mount or person designated by the owner.
The CHMJ must be notified that this individual will be entering the barn area.
10e. Braiding is governed by the specific disciplines and is permitted at all levels and in all disciplines except Games.
10h Individuals who may longe at USPC Rallies:
e.g. double ended snaps or breakaway twine
Needed to have Veterinary Letter as per form in HM Handbook.
Needed new letter for each activity.
14c. The Prescription Form or Veterinary Letter:
- Present solely to observe, and
- Not responsible for administering a mount’s regular or prescribed medication.
14f. Drugs and medications are administered to mounts in accordance with the prescription requirements and the rating level of the Member.
2010 Rulebook is silent on Regumate
Rationale for Change:
Some medications require special handling. If your mount is prescribed a medication, it is your responsibility to learn how to administer it and how it needs to be handled and stored.
C3 and up may be excused from Turnbacks
C3 and up may negotiate their Turnout time with the CHMJ
All competitors must demonstrate Turnbacks, if judged, regardless of rating
C3 and up may negotiate their Turnout time with the Rally Organizer.