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How do you qualify for NAYC?

How do you qualify for NAYC?

NAYC: Rider must be between the ages of 14 and 18 years. CICOY: Rider must be between the ages of 16 and 21 years. Applicants must volunteer – Volunteer hours must include hours at the Annual Area VII Young Riders Benefit Horse Trials and need to be documented.

What height is intermediate show jumping?

Intermediate. At Intermediate (I) level, the rider will complete an Intermediate dressage test, the show jumping fences are a maximum of 125cm, and cross country fences are a maximum height of 115cm.

What height is prelim show jumping?

Preliminary: Jump Height: 3’7″. The Preliminary level is a moderate examination of competitors and horses in a regular training program preparing for international Two-Star events. Intermediate: Jump Height: 3’9″.

What is the difference between eventing and show jumping?

is that showjumping is (sports|horses) a sporting competition where horses are ridden around a course consisting of several jumps, to demonstrate the skill of both the rider and the horse while eventing is an equestrian event which comprises dressage, cross-country, and showjumping.

What is the difference between equestrian and show jumping?

To sum it up… Hunters are where the horse is judged, Equitation is where the rider is judge, and Show jumping is judged based on speed and faults. Most Hunter/Jumper competitions offer classes in all three divisions and it is not uncommon for trainers to have a presence in all three rings.

Is dressage the same as show jumping?

Dressage is more seat and collection focused, encouraging engagement of the horse’s core and back to carry the rider, driving from back to front, seat to hand. Jumping involves these concepts with different emphasis on collecting, using it to adjust striding.

What is the difference between cross country and show jumping?

This means maintaining your centre of gravity over the horse’s centre of gravity. Going cross country, your upper body will be slightly further forward than when you are show jumping, because the faster a horse goes, the further forward his centre of balance becomes.

What is show jumping eventing?

Stadium or show jumping is the final phase of eventing competition and tests the technical jumping skills of the horse and rider, including suppleness, obedience, fitness, and athleticism. In this phase, 12–20 fences are set up in a ring.

What age is a junior rider?

includes riders aged 14 – 18 by FEI Definition of a Junior (from the beginning of the calendar year in which the rider reaches the age of 14 until the end of the calendar year in which the rider reaches the age of 18).

What is NAYC Dressage?

The FEI North American Youth Championships (NAYC) for Dressage is the premier equestrian competition in North America for junior and young riders, ages 14-21. Young equestrians vie for team and individual FEI medals in the three Olympic equestrian disciplines of dressage, show jumping, and eventing.