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CCI & CIC Competitor Information
Event Director: Mandy Hervieu
Event Secretary: Shelley Bacon
Entries Secretary: Josie Brettell
Telephone: 01993 813335
Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials follows British Eventing's recommended ticketing policy for FEI events. Initial entry tickets will be sent to owners and athletes via email once your entry has been accepted. Please ensure that you input the correct email address for each owner and rider at point of entry!
Owners who wish to camp in the designated campsite should contact the office via 01993 813335 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space. Spaces are limited and cost £30 when booked in advance.
Each stable will be provided with three complimentary bales of Caviera hemp bedding. Caviera will be the only bedding available on site.
FEI Clean Sport
It is the responsibility of all athletes to be aware of the anti doping rules for humans and horses. It is also the athlete's responsibility to comply with these rules and to be aware of need to hold valid Equine Therapeutic Use Exemption (ETUE) or Therapeutic Usage Forms (TUE) for horses/athletes which require the use of permitted controlled medication - please see www.feicleansport.org for more information.
The Person Responsible (PR)* and their support personnel shall be responsible for knowing what constitutes an Equine Anti Doping (EAD) rule violation and the substances and methods which have been included on the equine prohibited substances list and identified as banned substances. It is the PR’s personal duty to ensure that no banned substance is present in the horse’s body. The list is revised by the FEI from time to time but the current list is available on the FEI website (click here to access list).
Horses with documented medical conditions requiring the use of a controlled medicated substance or controlled medication method during or prior to the event must obtain permission for on going participation through an (ETUE) in accordance with the FEI Veterinary Regulations.
*The PR is defined within the FEI regulations as the athlete who rides the horse during the event. Support personnel are any coaches, trainers, owners, grooms etc. who assist the person responsible for participating in the competition.
Dodson & Horrell - Official feed store
Caviera Bedding - Official bedding
Matt Nuttall Photography - On site photographer
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