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Quests / Fun Quest
« Last post by Misa on September 12, 2016, 06:30:51 PM »
Blogger
This quest line can be done an unlimited number of times.
Word count is based on ALL posts.
- Word Counter should be used.
Post must be made on the blog forum.

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-1 post with 500+ words-$1,000
Level 02-2+ Post with 1000+ words-$1,000
Level 03-2+ Post with 1500+ words-$3,000
Level 04-2+ Post with 2000+ words-$5,000
Level 05-2+ Post with 3000+ words-2 Credits
Level 06-5+ Post with 5000+ words-$7,000
Level 07-5+ Post with 6000+ words-$9,000
Level 08-5+ Post with 7000+ words-$11,000
Level 09-5+ Post with 8000+ words-$13,000
Level 10-10 Post with 10000+ words-4 Credits


RolePlayer
This quest line can be done an unlimited number of times.
Word count is based on ALL posts.
- Word Counter should be used.
Post must be made on the Roleplaying forum.

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-1 post with 500+ words-$1,000
Level 02-2+ Post with 1000+ words-$1,000
Level 03-2+ Post with 1500+ words-$3,000
Level 04-2+ Post with 2000+ words-$5,000
Level 05-2+ Post with 3000+ words-2 Credits
Level 06-5+ Post with 5000+ words-$7,000
Level 07-5+ Post with 6000+ words-$9,000
Level 08-5+ Post with 7000+ words-$11,000
Level 09-5+ Post with 8000+ words-$13,000
Level 10-10 Post with 10000+ words-4 Credits

Gamer
This quest line can be done an unlimited number of times.
Games are any threads made on the games board. 

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-Enter 1 Game-$1,000
Level 02- Enter 2 Game-$1,500
Level 03-Enter 3 Game-$2,000
Level 04-Enter 4 Game-$2,500
Level 05-Enter 5 Game-2 Credits
Level 06-Enter 5 Game-$5,000
Level 07-Enter 10 Game-$5,000
Level 08-Enter 10 Game-$7,500
Level 09-Enter 11 Game-$10,000
Level 10-Enter 12 Game-4 Credits
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Eventing Association / Re: Calendar Watch
« Last post by Jenna on September 11, 2016, 03:05:50 PM »
Updated today!

Rest days are now 1 day after all shows, and the TEA will now only host 2-Day Events for long format shows, not 3DEs.
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Announcements / Establishment Approvals
« Last post by Misa on September 07, 2016, 10:36:52 PM »
I just wanted to let everyone know there is some Establishment error.
When you Submit Establishment  for approvals it will give you an error,
Not to worry It does submit it and I will get to approving it ASAP.

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Eventing Association / Young Event Horse, the levels below Beginner Novice, and those CCI/CIC divisions
« Last post by Jenna on September 02, 2016, 08:52:02 PM »
Young Event Horse (YEH)
Like any "young horse" division in FEI disciplines, these divisions are intended to push your young competitor to the limits. Not every horse can do it! (And that's okay.) YEH horses are being prepared for the CCI/CIC divisions at the earliest possible age.

4 year olds in YEH compete on a Novice level course and complete Novice eventing level dressage tests. Early in the year, difficulty may be lowered to a BN equivalent, but by June/July, all horses in this division are competing at Novice level.

5 year old YEH is equivalent to Training level eventing.

6 year old YEH (not standard IRL) is equivalent to Preliminary eventing. (Note that Preliminary is the precursor to CCI/CIC*.)

Young horses (up to age 6) entering the YEH program later than 4 years of age should enter a younger division if they cannot compete in their own age bracket.

While schooling a YEH horse in pre-BN level classes is okay, the goal is to push these horses harder. At trials, these horses should not be (cross) entering lower than BN for 4 year olds, Novice for 5 year olds, or Training for 6 year olds.



The Levels Below Beginner Novice

Pre-Amoeba
(Not universally recognized IRL)
This is a ground poles division which borrows its dressage test from dressage circuit introductory level choices. This is an acceptable place to start or school any new eventer, and an ideal place to test the waters with a 3 year old going on to YEH, especially late in the year.

Amoeba
This is basically the "puddle jumper" division of eventing. Open to any new horse or rider (horse age 4+), this is the best place to start a timid team for their first trial (or two, or three).

Tadpole
A little more difficult than Amoeba, this is another general introductory division. Four year olds starting out in YEH might school at this level early in the year to build confidence. Older horses, or new riders, might also prefer to start here.

Polywog
(Not universally recognized IRL; also called Green as Grass)
Meant to be a mid point between Tadpole and Beginner Novice, this division uses the most difficult BN dressage test, and sets its jump heights half way between Tadpole and BN obstacles. On courses where jump heights cannot be adjusted, horses will instead jump an even mixture of Tadpole and BN obstacles. Four year olds starting out in YEH might school at this level early in the year to build confidence. Older horses, or new riders, might also prefer to start here.


NOTE
It is absolutely NOT necessary to start at these levels, nor is it necessary to progress through them without skipping levels. There are countless circuits in the real world that do not offer these pre-Beginner Novice levels, and thus all horses and riders in those areas start at BN or higher. BN is the official "first level" of eventing.

The TEA will permit Beginner Novice horses to cross enter any of these levels at multi-day shows. That being said, a Pre-Amoeba horse is no longer a Pre-Amoeba horse if it competes above Tadpole. an Amoeba horse is also no longer an Amoeba horse if it competes above Tadpole. a Tadpole horse is no longer a Tadpole horse if it competes above Polywog. A Polywog horse is not longer a Polywog horse if it competes above Beginner Novice. A horse's recognized (highest usual) level is the level it will be considered when it comes time to determine the winner of level-based awards.




CCI & CIC Divisions

Concours International Combine (CIC) are international level classes held at one-day events (1DE format).

Concours Complet International (CCI) are international level classes held at multi-day events (2DE & 3DE format).

They are escentially the same, though CIC is often considered tougher due to being faster and running all three phases in the same day. CCI has 1-4 star levels, while CIC has 1-3.

CCI* & CIC* are the level in between Preliminary and Intermediate. Horses qualify for these divisions by earning qualifying scores in Preliminary. While competing at CCI/CIC*, horses might cross enter Preliminary or Intermediate. They would definitely not cross enter lower than Preliminary, higher than Intermediate, or in higher-star CCI/CIC divisions.

CCI** & CIC** are the level between Intermediate and Advanced. Horses qualify for these divisions by earning qualifying scores in Intermediate. While competing at CCI/CIC**, horses might cross enter Intermediate or Advanced. They would definitely not cross enter lower than Intermediate, higher than Advanced, or in higher-or-lower-star CCI/CIC divisions.

CCI*** & CIC*** are the level above Advanced. Horses qualify for these divisions by earning qualifying scores in Advanced. While competing at CCI/CIC***, horses might cross enter Advanced. They would definitely not cross enter lower than Advanced or in higher-or-lower-star CCI/CIC divisions.

CCI**** is the absolute highest level. Horses qualify for this division by earning qualifying scores in CCI***. While competing at CCI****, horses generally do not cross enter into any other division at the same trial. When CCI**** is not offered, these horses might school in Advanced, or in CIC*** (if CIC is offered).


NOTE Although the YEH program is most definitely a prep program for the CCI/CIC divisions, this does not mean that YEH participation is required.

Furthermore, for the younger competitors, consider that YEH competitors still need to earn qualifying scores in Preliminary before they can compete at CCI/CIC*. This means that if the YEH horse did not cross enter into Preliminary during its 6 year old season, it will spend some time in Preliminary as a 7 year old before qualifying. 6 year old YEH divisions, though equivalent to Preliminary, do not count to qualify for CCI/CIC*. As such, although the CCI/CIC* divisions are open to horses age 7+, it is more common for these horses to be at least 8.
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Awards / Awards & How to Apply
« Last post by Jenna on September 02, 2016, 04:07:27 PM »
TEA Awards
Please visit the awards page on the TEA website for an outline of the awards we offer and how to earn them.


Year-End Awards
Nomination for Year-End awards begins after the TEA Cup has run (early December) and remains open for 20 days. When nominations close, voting opens. Award recipients will be announced before the Papkura HT runs in the new year (late February).


Lifetime Achievement Awards
To apply for a lifetime achievement award, start a thread on this board in the following format:

Remember that a qualifying score is:
Dressage Phase 40 or less
XC Phase under 20
SJ Phase under 30

Lifetime Eventing Achievement Award
Subject: Eventing Achievement - Horse
Code: [Select]
Link to Horse at TEA:
Important Results:
(copy & paste results from the horse's page for at least 10 qualifying scores and
2 FEH Championship or TEA Cup placings. The FEH Championship/TEA Cup results
can also be the qualifying scores.


Eventing Sire/Dam Lifetime Achievement Award
Subject: Sire/Dam Achievement - Horse
Code: [Select]
Link to Horse at TEA -or- Stable:
Link to foal #1 at TEA:
Link to foal #2 at TEA:
etc. up to 5 foals

Qualifying Scores:
List the date & show name of each qualifying score for each foal in use,
totalling 100 qualifying scores.

FEH Championship/TEA Cup:
Post the year & foal name for each time one of the foals used placed at the
FEH Championship or TEA Cup.


Eventing Owner Hall of Fame
Subject: Owner Hall of Fame
Code: [Select]
Link to Stable at TEA:

Horse 1: name, link, whatever ;)
Horse 2:
Horse 3:
Horse 4:
Horse 5:
Horse 6:
Horse 7:
Horse 8:
Horse 9:
Horse 10:
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Eventing Association / Calendar Watch
« Last post by Jenna on September 02, 2016, 02:59:48 PM »
Show (Host)Date(s)Rest Day
Starlight Horse Trials (Mira)September 8thSeptember 9th
TDTG Batman Horse Trial (Misa)September 10thSeptember 11th
TEA Chardon Valley Horse Trial (Jenna)September 12th - 13thSeptember 14th
Moonlight Horse Trials (Mira)September 17thSeptember 18th
TEA Morven Park Horse Trial (Jenna)September 19th - 20thSeptember 21st
TDTG Destiny H.T (Misa)September 22ndSeptember 23rd
TEA Dreamcrest Horse Trial (Jenna)September 24thSeptember 25th
TEA Burghley Horse Trial (Jenna)September 26th - 27thSeptember 28th

 
TEA Ocala Fall Event (Jenna)October 1st - 2ndOctober 3rd
TEA Mary Swanson Horse Trial (Jenna)October 6thOctober 7th
TEA Grove Horse Trial (Jenna)October 12thOctober 13th
TEA Pine Hill Fall Horse Trial (Jenna)October 14th - 15thOctober 16th
TEA October Combined Test (Jenna)October 19thOctober 20th
TEA Les 4 Etoiles de Pau (Jenna)October 28th - 29thOctober 30tht


Scheduling Conflicts
  • none!
Owners who school their eventing horses at dressage and show jumping shows should be aware that there may be entry conflicts between eventing shows and shows for other disciplines. Remember that horses need 1 day off after every show.


Scheduling Availability
Eventing shows can still be posted on:

September: 15, 29

October: 4, 8, 9, 10, 17, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 31


Please do not post November trials before the TEA November schedule has been posted if you want to avoid entry conflicts.
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Quests / Horse Quest
« Last post by Misa on August 18, 2016, 06:37:37 PM »
Horse Quest - The quest lines below are for horses, and can only be done once per horse.
When/if a horse is sold the quest line goes with them.
New owners can only claim prizes for the level horses finish while under their ownership.

Prize Winner
This quest line can be done only once per horse.
You can do this quest line for every horse you own. 
This is for Over all Titles.
- If a horse has "32 Local Champion" title they are "Level 1"
- If a horse has "32 Local Champion" title and "July 2016 HOTM" awards, they are "Level 2"
End Title is "Level 10 Prize Winner"

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-1 Title or Award-$1,000
Level 02-2 Titles and/or Awards-$2,000
Level 03-3 Titles and/or Awards-$3,000
Level 04-4 Titles and/or Awards-$4,000
Level 05-5 Titles and/or Awards-$5,000
Level 06-10 Titles and/or Awards-$6,000
Level 07-12 Titles and/or Awards-$7,000
Level 08-15 Titles and/or Awards-$8,000
Level 09-18 Titles and/or Awards-$9,000
Level 10-20 Titles and/or Awards-2 Credits


Point Runner
This quest line can be done only once per horse.
You can do this quest line for every horse you own.
This is for ALL points, Points should be add from any 32 shows or 32  associations.
 - Horse has 100 TDTG points and 100 IHA points, they have 200 points toward this quest.
End Title is "Level 10 Point Runner"

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-500 Points-$1,000
Level 02-1000 Points-$2,000
Level 03-2000 Point-$3,000
Level 04-3000 Point-$4,000
Level 05-4000 Point-$5,000
Level 06-6000 Point-$6,000
Level 07-8000 Point-$7,000
Level 08-10000 Point-$8,000
Level 09-12000 Points-$9,000
Level 10-14000 Point-2 Credits

Stud
This quest line can be done only once per horse.
You can do this quest line for every horse you own.
Foals can be used again after level 5.
- Titles are per. foal

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-1 Foal-$1,000
Level 02-5 Foals-$2,000
Level 03-10 Foals-$3,000
Level 04-10 Foals-$4,000
Level 05-15 Foals-$5,000
Level 06-1 Foal w/ 1 Title-$6,000
Level 07-5 Foals w/ 1 Title-$7,000
Level 08-10 Foals w/ 1 Title-$8,000
Level 09-5 Foals w/ 2 Title-$9,000
Level 10-5 Foals w/ 5 Titles-2 Credits
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Update / How To..
« Last post by Misa on June 30, 2016, 02:39:20 PM »
Below is what you will need to update any information.
If a forum isn't listed below please just give as much info to what needs updated and why.


Horses Updates
Horse Name:
Horse ID Number:
Owners Name:
Updates needed:
Why are updates being made:

Quest Claim
Name:
Quest Claiming: (Name & Level)
Prize:
Link to Quest log:
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Quests / Member Quest
« Last post by Misa on May 29, 2016, 07:28:03 PM »
Show Master
This quest line can be done an unlimited number of times.
No show can count for more than one quest.
This quest line should take about a year to finish.

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-Enter 10 Shows-1 Credits
Level 02-Enter 10 Shows-$3,000
Level 03-Enter 10 Shows-$6,000
Level 04-Enter 15 Shows-$9,000
Level 05-Enter 15 Shows-5 Credits
Level 06-Enter 20 Shows-$15,000
Level 07-Enter 20 Shows-$30,000
Level 08-Enter 30 Shows-$40,000
Level 09-Enter 30 Shows-$50,000
Level 10-Enter 40 Shows-10 Credits


Breeder
This quest line can only be done once.

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-Breed 5 foals-$1,000
Level 02-Breed 10 foals-$2,000
Level 03-Breed 15 foals-$3,000
Level 04-Breed 20 foals-$4,000
Level 05-Breed 25 foals-$5,000
Level 06-Breed 30 foals-$6,000
Level 07-Breed 35 foals-$7,000
Level 08-Breed 40 foals-$8,000
Level 09-Breed 45 foals-$9,000
Level 10-Breed 50 foals-$10,000


Gelding
This quest line can be done an unlimited number of times.
Any Gelding can count, horses who are created as geldings or stallions who are gelding at a later date.
- Horses can only be claimed by one person.

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-5 Geldings-2 Credits
Level 02-10 Geldings-$5,000
Level 03-15 Geldings-$7,000
Level 04-20 Geldings-$9,000
Level 05-25 Geldings-4 Credits
Level 06-30 Geldings-$11,000
Level 07-35 Geldings-$13,000
Level 08-40 Geldings-$15,000
Level 09-45 Geldings-$17,000
Level 10-50 Geldings-6 Credits

Entrepreneur
Only active approved Establishments that are listed on the main site can count.
- This is the only Quest line with only 6 levels.
- Please do not push yourself to finish this quest line.
- Do not go backwards, if you get rid of a establishment.
This quest line can only be done once.

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-1 Establishments-1,000
Level 02-2 Establishments-$5,000
Level 03-3 Establishments-$10,000
Level 04-4 Establishments-$15,000
Level 05-5 Establishments-$20,000
Level 06-6 Establishments-3 Credits

Trainer
This quest line can be done an unlimited number of times.
A Horse can only be used once per. year.
- If a horse wins more then one award per year, only one can count.

LEVEL-REQUIREMENTS-REWARDS
Level 01-1 Horse win a YEA-1 Credits
Level 02-2 Horses win a YEA-$3,000
Level 03-3 Horses win a YEA-$6,000
Level 04-4 Horse win a YEA-$9,000
Level 05-5 Horses win a YEA-5 Credits
Level 06-10 Horses win a YEA-$15,000
Level 07-10 Horses win a YEA-$30,000
Level 08-15 Horses win a YEA-$40,000
Level 09-15 Horses win a YEA-$50,000
Level 10-20 Horses win a YEA-10 Credits
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Quests / About Quest
« Last post by Misa on May 29, 2016, 06:31:29 PM »
Quest are Three Days To Glory's AMI (Active member incentives).
Each Quest goes from level 1 to 10. (Or at least most do)
All members must start from level 1 and work their way up.
Members are more then welcome to most Quest over again.
- Quest will tell you if you can only do them once or more then once.
Each Quest level will give give a reward when done, rewards are list after each level.

Members must track their own quest on a private thread on this board.
Subject of thread should be members name/stable name.
No action can be used in more then one quest.
All members must use this form to track quest.

To Collect your reward please post on the update board. 
Quote
Quest Name: Show Master
Quest Level: 110
Date Started: 2/14/16
Date Ended: 5/29/16
Collect Date: 5/29/16
Actions:
May 16 Eventing Show 2
May 16 Eventing Show 1
Code: [Select]
[b]Quest Name:[/b]
[b]Quest Level:[/b]
[b]Date Started:[/b]
[b]Date Ended:[/b] (Only for finished quest)
[b]Collect Date:[/b]
[b]Actions:[/b] (link/name of the requirement your counting.)

Questions should be posted at the Help Desk.
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