In FEI Rules For Eventing
FEI published rule changes to Table Annex 4 in FEI Bulletin 2/2003.
The FEI rules have changed, effective immediately, to specify
new heights for the show jumping phase of the CIC. At all levels
the heights will be 5cms higher than CCIs as follows:
CIC* = 1.15m (approximately 3ft 9in)
· CIC** = 1.20m (approximately 3ft 11in)
· CIC***/**** = 1.25m (approximately 4ft 1in)
FEI rules for the Dressage phase of Eventing have also changed,
effective immediately, as follows:
For all 2003 Eventing Dressage Tests; any rider will be eliminated
at the third error he makes during the course.
you have any questions or comments please contact Torri Nahorniak,
Sports Manager for Eventing at (859) 225-2027 or via email at
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