My daughter competed in her first ever HT on Sunday in an 80 class - publicised as being run under PC rules. We walked the course on Saturday afternoon and on Sunday she had a lovely clear round in a good time, so we were thrilled and thought there was a realistic prospect of a place. However, when the results were published two days later on FB, we saw my daughter had eliminated for error of course. Whilst she had jumped the course as we had seen it, at some unspecified time after we had walked the course someone obviously spotted that a jump was wrongly numbered and it was changed. One other girl was caught out in the same way, but it seems everyone else knew of the change and I honestly don't know how. There was no mention of it at registration/hat check/tack check/warm up/or start, so I can only assume that the PC grapevine spread the information word of mouth but it didn't get to us. I understand these events are run by volunteers - I fence judge and dressage write myself at BE events - and understand mistakes happen, but surely once you've realised the mistake it really wouldn't be too difficult to make absolutely sure everyone knows about any changes? Does this sort of thing happen a lot?