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Landmark Classic Campdraft - Noms Open Today

The 2017 Landmark Classic Campdraft nominations open today at 11:00am NSW Time.

All draft and challenge nominations will be submitted as HELD and invoices will be processed after nominations close, January 4th.  Payment will only be required when you receive an invoice in January.

Please note the terms and conditions of:

 

LANDMARK CLASSIC CAMPDRAFT TERMS & CONDITIONS

  1. Landmark Classic Campdraft will be conducted under National Campdraft Council of Australia (NCCA) rules and regulations with an indemnity waiver to be signed prior to competing. The NCCA rules and regulations and the indemnity waiver can be obtained from Landmark Tamworth.
  2. Horses are not eligible if they are not transferred into the purchaser’s name this is mandatory.
  3. Entries must be completed by owners wishing to enter horses in the Landmark Classic Campdraft.
  4. Horses and owners will only be eligible for the prizemoney that attaches to the $100,000 Landmark Classic Campdraft if all the following conditions are complied with:
    • The horse was purchased at a previous Landmark Classic Sale and remains owned by the original purchaser.
    • The horse is 5 years old or under at the date of the Landmark Classic Campdraft. (NOTE: All horses will be aged based on the 1st August each year).
    • A horse can be entered in multiple Landmark Classic Campdrafts whilst they are under the age of 5, but if they win any Landmark Classic Campdraft, they become ineligible to compete in future Landmark Classic Campdrafts.
    • No horse is eligible to compete in the Landmark Classic Campdraft if it was sold at the Landmark Classic Sale by the vendor to a purchaser that is related to the vendor either by syndicate, company or family.

MASTERS CAMPDRAFT TERMS & CONDITIONS - $275

  1. The Masters Campdraft will be conducted under National Campdraft Council of Australia (NCCA) rules and regulations with an indemnity waiver to be signed prior to competing. The NCCA rules and regulations and the indemnity waiver can be obtained from Landmark Tamworth.
  2. Horses are not eligible if they are not transferred into the purchaser’s name.
  3. Entries must be completed by owners wishing to enter horses in the Masters Campdraft.
  4. Horses and owners will only be eligible for the prize money that attaches to the Masters Campdraft if all the following conditions are complied with:
    • The horse was purchased at the 2016 Landmark Classic Sale and remains owned by the original purchaser.
    • The horse is aged 6 years or older at the time of the running of the event. (NOTE: All horses will be aged based on the 1st August each year).
    • Horses may not be ridden by any prior vendor, trainer or any persons with prior invlovement with the horse.The same rider is to compete in all rounds of the competition.
    • No horse is eligible to compete in the Masters Campdraft if it was sold at the Landmark Classic Sale by the vendor to a purchaser that is related to the vendor either by syndicate, company or family.

MARTINS STOCK HAULAGE OPEN CAMPDRAFT TERMS & CONDITIONS - $275

  1. Each vendor/purchaser from the 2016 Landmark Classic Sale is limited to two entries in the Martins Stock Haulage Open Campdraft.
  2. The Martins Stock Haulage Open Campdraft will be conducted under National Campdraft Council of Australia (NCCA) rules and regulations with an indemnity waiver to be signed prior to competing. The NCCA rules and regulations and the indemnity waiver can be obtained from Landmark Tamworth.
  3. Entries must be completed by owners wishing to enter horses in the Martins Stock Haulage Open Campdraft.
  4. Horses and owners will only be eligible for the Martins Stock Haulage Open Campdraft if they were either vendors or purchasers at the 2016 Landmark Classic Sale.
  5. This vendor or purchaser entity is then entitled to enter a maximum of two horses, either of Novice or Open status, to compete in the Martins Stock Haulage Open Campdraft. These horses must be solely owned by the entity that qualified as a vendor or purchaser in 2016.
  6. A rider can ride any eligible horse; however, a rider is limited to a maximum of two first round runs in the Martins Stock Haulage Open Campdraft.
  7. An eligible horse may be changed up until the start of the competition, providing the new horse meets the qualifying requirements for the Campdraft.

THE MERIAL STALLION SHOOTOUT TERMS & CONDITIONS - $330

  1.  Stallions must have progeny in the 2017 Landmark Classic Sale.
  2. Progeny may be entered into the sale by someone other than the stallion owner.
  3. Stallions must have qualified and competed in the 2016 Martins Stock Haulage Open Campdraft.
  4. The competition will run over three rounds as follows:
    • Round 1- Outdoor one round campdraft (1 Judge)
    • Round 2- Outdoor one round campdraft (1 Judge)
    • Round 3- Indoor cutout. (2 Judges)
  5. All three rounds of the Merial Stallion Shootout will be conducted under National Campdraft Council of Australia (NCCA) rules and regulations with an indemnity waiver to be signed prior to competing. The NCCA rules and regulations and the indemnity waiver can be obtained from Landmark Tamworth.

The PRYDE’S EASIFEED Australian Performance Horse Challenge - $275

  1. The challenge will run over two full rounds with a final, with round 1 to be a pre advertised dry working pattern that will take place in the AELEC indoor arena.
  2. The round 1 dry pattern is planned to become a standard one for each year allowing competitors to train for this as well as a standard finals pattern annually.
  3. Round 2 of the challenge will be an indoor working cow event, with a standard pattern for both the round and the final. All finalists will then complete the dry work & immediately follow on and complete their cow work section in draw order allowing each competitor to complete both finals patterns in a finals event.
  4. Entry is open to any horse that remains five (5) years or younger at the time of the competition. (NOTE: All horses will be aged based on the 1st August each year).
  5. Horses must remain in the ownership of the entity that purchased the horse from a previous Landmark Classic Sale. Change of ownership will disqualify horses from being eligible for the event.
  6. Horses may be ridden by any nominated rider, with the same rider to compete in all rounds of the competition.
  7. Full details of the competition including patterns are available on our website www.landmarkequine.com.au

CHARLIE MAHER MEMORIAL – YOUNG GUNS CAMPDRAFT TERMS & CONDITIONS - $150

  1. The Charlie Maher Memorial -Young Guns Campdraft will be conducted under National Campdraft Council of Australia (NCCA) rules and regulations with an indemnity waiver to be signed prior to competing. The NCCA rules and regulations and the indemnity waiver can be obtained from Landmark Tamworth.
  2. Open to competitors aged 15 & under 25 years at the day of competition. These competitors are able to have up to two runs, competing on horses that are qualified & competing in one of the other campdraft events. Therefore a horse entered in the Classic, Masters or Open competition.
  3. These horses do not need to be owned by the competitor or their family, with a horse only allowed to be entered once in the competition.
  4. The draft will be run over two rounds with the second round being a final that will be run in conjunction with our Wednesday night finals program.