At the request of the Federation, an Amateur shall provide certification from the accredited educational institution under whose auspices a student is pursuing an internship that he is undertaking the internship to meet course or degree requirements.h. Accept remuneration for providing service in one’s capacity as a: presenter or panelist at a Federation licensed officials’ clinic, competition manager, competition secretary, judge, steward, technical delegate, course designer, announcer, TV commentator, veterinarian, groom, farrier, tack shop operator, breeder, or boarder, or horse transporter.j.
Accept reimbursement for any bona fide expenses directly related to the horse (i.e. Travel, hotel, equipment, and room and board are not considered bona fide expenses.k.
Matches are Saturday afternoons at either 3 or 5 PM.
All games are played in Stamford on artificial grass fields.
SUBCHAPTER 13-B AMATEURS AND PROFESSIONALS GR1306 Professional/Amateur Status 1. Regardless of one’s equestrian skills and/or accomplishments, a person is an amateur if after his 18th birthday, as defined in GR101, he has not engaged in any of the activities identified in paragraph 4 below. In the Dressage Division, individuals are only eligible to compete as amateurs from the beginning of the calendar year in which they reach age 22, see DR119.3.b. Appear in advertisements and/or articles related to acknowledgement of one’s own personal or business sponsorship of a competition and/or awards earned by one’s owned horses. Accept prize money as the owner of a horse in any class other than equitation or showmanship classes.e. Accept a non-monetary token gift of appreciation valued less than 0 annually.g.
We are affiliated with the Connecticut State Soccer Association (CSSA) who are members of the USSF (US Soccer) and the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) entitling our member clubs to enter USASA and USSF sanctioned tournaments and national cups.It is the responsibility of each competitor to inform the USEA of any changes to their status.Amateur status begins at the time it is declared and is benefits are not retroactive.A) Any competitor in possession of a valid Amateur card issued by the USEF, or B) Any Senior USEA member who competes in the Training, Novice or Beginner Novice level who meets the requirements of Federation GR1306.Individuals declaring such status must present, upon demand, an audited financial statement in support of the claim of eligibility; failure to do so will be deemed a violation.
Dominick manages Tavern on 7 FC and is responsible for maintaining disciplinary records.