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Equestrian • Merchants • Minor’s Paperwork
Pre-Registration and Land • Refund Policy • Site Gate Fees • Waivers


Equestrian Registration

To register yourself and your horse(s) for Great Western War, please do the following:


Merchants: How to Reserve Your Merchant Space


    1. Read the entire Merchant’s Packet.
    1. Download and complete a copy of the GWW XVIII Merchant Registration DOC or GWW XVIII Merchant Registration PDF
    1. Read and sign the Merchant’s Agreement and all appropriate waivers
    1. Mail the following items:
      • A Copy of Your California Seller’s Permit
    • A Check or Money Order for all applicable merchant/gate entry fees (No partial payments will be accepted). Make checks payable to: “S.C.A., Inc. / Kingdom of Caid”

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Pre-Registration and Land Allocation is CLOSED

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Refund Policy


  • The GWW Exchequer must RECEIVE requests for refunds in writing postmarked or e-mailed no later than September 19, 2015.
  • Refunds must be requested by the person whose name is on the check and refund checks will only be made out to that person. You should include the same information in your request as you included in your pre-registration form.
  • After September 19, 2015 all refund requests are processed at the discretion of the GWW Exchequer and the War Autocrats, and only for serious situations that would result in someone not attending the War.
  • No refunds will be considered for ANY REASON after October 11, 2015.
  • Refunds will be distributed after attendance records are checked and associated payments have cleared.
  • There is a processing fee of $5 on ALL refunds.

Please contact the War Exchequer if you have any questions.Download a refund request form: Word Version or PDF

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Wavers & Minor’s Paperwork


Adults :

  • If you do not have a blue card, you will need to sign a waiver

Parental Consent Forms – The following forms are required for minors:

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