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3 INDEX Chairman’s Message………………………………………………………………………………………………1 Staff Contact List…………………………………………………………………………………………………..3 General Information………………………………………………………………………………………………6 Code of Conduct…………………………………………………………………………………………………..7 Equine Canada Statement of Principle………………………………………………………………………8 General Rules and Regulations…………………………………………………………………………………9 Horse Show Administrative Committee, Judges and Officials……………………………………….17 PERFORMANCE HORSE SECTION Hackney Horse Division………………………………………………………………………………….21 Single Hackney/Harness Pony Pleasure Driving Classes………………………………………..23 Special Hackney Horse/Hackney Pony Classes……………………………………………………24 Hackney Pony Division…………………………………………………………………………………..24 Hackney Roadster Pony Division………………………………………………………………………26 Harness Pony Division……………………………………………………………………………………27 Road Horse Division………………………………………………………………………………………28 Shetland Classes…………………………………………………………………………………………..31 Green Meadows Coaching Division…………………………………………………………………32 Coach Horn Competition……………………………………………………………………………….33 Miscellaneous Driving……………………………………………………………………………………33 Welsh Pleasure Driving Classes………………………………………………………………………..34 Draft Teams ………………………………………………………………………………………………..71 Belgian Classes……………………………………………………………………………………………..72 Clydesdale/Shire Classes………………………………………………………………………………..73 Percheron Classes…………………………………………………………………………………………74 Miscellaneous Draft Classes…………………………………………………………………………….75 The Royal Draft Championship……………………………………………………………………….76 HUNTER & JUMPER SECTION General Hunter Rules……………………………………………………………………………………………36 Guidelines/Criteria for Hunter Selection Process………………………………………………………..37 Small Working Hunter Pony Division………………………………………………………………..39 Medium Working Hunter Pony Division……………………………………………………………40 Large Working Hunter Pony Division………………………………………………………………..41 Children’s Working Hunter Division………………………………………………………………….43 Junior Working Hunter Division……………………………………………………………………….44 Amateur Owner Working Hunter Division…………………………………………………………46 Adult Amateur 18-35 Working Hunter Division………………………………………………….47 Adult Amateur 36 & over Working Hunter Division…………………………………………….48 Combined Working Hunter Division…………………………………………………………………49 Equitation Classes…………………………………………………………………………………………51 4 Jump Canada Medal Finals……………………………………………………………………………..51 Guidelines/Criteria for the Junior Amateur Jumper Selection Process……………………..53 Canadian Junior / Amateur Jumper Championship……………………………………………..54 Special Jumper Class (including Talent Squad)…………………………………………………..56 National Open Jumper Division……………………………………………………………………………..57 International and Open Jumper Division …………………………………………………………………60 Horse Inspection (Jog) of Horses in FEI Competition…………………………………………………..61 Veterinary Aspects “A”………………………………………………………………………………………….63 FEI Code of Conduct ……………………………………………………………………………………………64 International and Open Jumper Classes……………………………………………………………………66 International Awards…………………………………………………………………………………………….68 general info BREEDING HORSE SECTION Committee and Judges…………………………………………………………………………………………77 General Rules and Regulations……………………………………………………………………………….78 Section 200 – Belgians…………………………………………………………………………………..80 Section 300 – Clydesdales………………………………………………………………………………83 Section 400 – Percherons……………………………………………………………………………….88 Section 500 – Hackney Showmanship………………………………………………………………91 Section 600 – Canadian Sport Horse………………………………………………………………..93 Section 700 – The Governor General’s Cup……………………………………………………….96 Section 800 – The Lieutenant Governor’s Cup……………………………………………………98 Section 900 – Shetland Ponies………………………………………………………………………100 Section 1100 – Thoroughbreds……………………………………………………………………..101 Section 1200 – Welsh Ponies and Cobs…………………………………………………………..103 Section 1300 – Sportpony……………………………………………………………………………108 Section 1400 – $20,000 Royal Invitational Grand Prix Dressage Cup……………………111 Section 1500 – Indoor Eventing ………………………………………………………………….. 112 Section 1600 – Hunter Derby ……………………………………………………………………… 114 Privacy Policy…………………………………………………………………………………………………….116 2012 Preliminary Time Schedule…………………………………………………………………………..119 Breeding Horse Schedule ………………………………………………………………………………….126 Hotels………………………………………………………………………………………………………………127 5 GENERAL INFORMATION Throughout this Competition Book, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Association of Canada and the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair shall be referred to as the “RAWF” as applicable.

PAYMENT OF FEES: All fees must be paid in Canadian Funds.

Please purchase a Canadian Dollar Draft or Money Order at your Bank or Post Office.

Cheques payable in U.S.

Funds and received at our offices will be negotiated at par.

Do not send cheques drawn on U.S.

Banks marked – PAYABLE IN CANADIAN DOLLARS – as we are unable to negotiate same.

CUSTOMS: Exhibits from the United States or any other foreign country will be admitted in bond without collection of duties, if returned within ninety days from date of importation.

Importation will also be allowed without Harmonized Tax (HST) if not available for sale within Canada and if returned within 12 months of date of importation.

Exhibitors from outside Canada may contact the RAWF’s designated custom broker, Livingston Event Logistics, 40 University Avenue, Suite #400, Toronto, Ontario, M5J 1P1, telephone (416) 863 – 9339, or fax (416) 863 – 5149.

Livingston has offices at all Ports of Entry to Canada.

It is suggested that exhibitors contact Livingston well in advance of entry to Canada; USA Veterinary Inspectors are on regular duty at ports of entry to and from the USA from 8:00 A.M.

To 4:00 P.M., Monday through Friday.

Any exhibitor intending to get clearance at other than these times should contact Livingston directly at 1-800-665-4628.

CAMPERS: While a City of Toronto by-law states that no house trailers for dwelling use will be permitted in Exhibition Place during the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, the RAWF has arranged for a limited number of spaces on a first request basis.

There will be no advanced booking.

All campers will be accommodated when they arrive.

Drain connections are not available.

Electrical hook-up is an additional charge.

It should also be arranged for at time of arrival.

These services may be obtained at the Exhibitor Services Order Desk located at the South End of the West Loading Docks located in Hall A.

Camper enquiries should be directed to 416-263-3064.

PARKING VIOLATIONS: The RAWF will not be responsible for payment of parking violations incurred by any person prior to, during, or after the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. 6 CODE OF CONDUCT OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is concerned about the well being of all animals at the fair.

This Code of Conduct outlines what is expected of exhibitors in the handling and exhibiting of the animals.

There will be no tolerance for any mistreatment of animals.

It is expected that all exhibitors will adhere to this Code of Conduct.

The objectives of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair’s Code of Conduct are as follows: 1. To ensure the health and welfare of all animals participating at the RAWF; 2. To protect the integrity of all livestock competition and sales; 3. To project an accurate and responsible message about animal care to the public.

In all aspects of the RAWF, the well being of animals shall take priority over the demands of owners, sellers, buyers, organizers, sponsors and officials.

All animals must be treated with respect at all times.

The animals must be considered paramount.

The care of all animals must be consistent as possible with their normal schedule.

The highest standards of nutrition, health, sanitation and safety shall be enforced at all times.

Adequate provision must be made for ventilation, feeding, and watering throughout the show.

All handling, housing and veterinary treatment must ensure the health and welfare of the animals.

The competence of the handlers and show-people is considered essential.

Untrained individuals, including show personnel and visitors, should not be permitted to handle animals or equipment.

Exhibitors are expected to provide adequate training for anyone handling their livestock.

A healthy and safe environment must be assured during transport to and from the Royal.

Proper loading and unloading equipment and procedures must be followed.

Every opportunity should be taken to enhance public awareness and education of proper livestock management and handling practices.

Any unacceptable conduct on the part of an exhibitor, or individuals acting on behalf of an exhibitor, will be dealt with at the discretion of the RAWF. general info 7 EQUINE CANADA STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLE Equine Canada (E.C.), the national federation of Canada, supports adherence to humane treatment of horses in all competitions under its jurisdiction.

E.C.

Is committed to: • Upholding the welfare of horses, regardless of value, as a primary consideration in all activities. • Requiring that horses be treated with kindness, respect and the compassion that they deserve, and that they never be subjected to mistreatment. • Ensuring that owners, trainers, exhibitors and their agents use responsible care in the handling, treatment and transportation of their horses as well as horses placed in their care for any purpose. • Providing for the continuous well-being of horses by encouraging routine inspection and consultation with health care professionals and competition officials to achieve the highest possible standards of nutrition, health, comfort, sanitation and safety as a matter of standard operating procedure. • Continuing to support scientific studies on equine health and welfare. • Increasing education in training and horsemanship practices. • Requiring owners, trainers and exhibitors to know and follow their sanctioning organization’s rules and to work within industry regulations in all equestrian competitions. • Reviewing, revising and developing competition rules and regulations that protect the welfare of horses.

The standard by which conduct or treatment will be measured is that which a reasonable person, informed and experienced in generally accepted equine training and exhibition procedures, would determine to be neither cruel, abusive or inhumane. 8 THE ROYAL HORSE SHOW GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS The RAWF competition is a sanctioned as: a Gold/Platinum/Silver, competition member of Equine Canada, 2685 Queensview Drive, Suite 100, Ottawa, Ontario, K2B 8K2 and every class offered herein is covered by the rules and specifications of the current rules of EC and will be held and judged in accordance with the EC Rule Book.

MEMBERSHIP: The RAWF is a Platinum rated show for all FEI Classes, a Gold rated show for all Hunter, Equitation, Junior Amateur Jumper, Talent Squad, CET Medal and National Jumper classes and a Silver rated show for Hackney Horse Division, Single Hackney or Harness Pony Pleasure Driving Division, Special Hackney Horse and Hackney Pony Division, Hackney Roadster Pony Division, Harness Pony Division, Road Horse Division, Shetland Performance Division, Welsh Pleasure Driving Division and Hackney, Sport Horse, Governor Generals Cup, Lieutenant Governors Cup, Shetland, Thoroughbred, Welsh and Sportpony Breeding classes.

All owners, riders/drivers, lessees, and agents must be holders of current EC Platinum/Gold/ Silver Sport Licences or the equivalent USEF membership.

All Line handlers are exempt from EC membership but must provide copies of their PSO membership or Proof of Insurance.

If you do not have the required License, you have the following two options: 1. 2. Purchase a Single Event Upgrade (A211) or Licence Transfer (A212) for an upgrade from Bronze to Silver Sport Licence or Silver to Gold Sport Licence Purchase a Temporary Sport Licence (A208) (available for Amateurs and does not accrue points) You must provide proof of a current Provincial Membership to purchase Temporary Sport Licence. general info All Canadian Riders competing in the FEI Divisions, both CSI4*-W must possess a valid Platinum Sport License, Ontario Equestrian Federation membership and dressage riders must also possess a current Dressage Canada Membership.

International riders, including those from the United States, must provide proof of membership in their home countries National Federation.

All Seniors competing in Amateur classes must possess a valid EC Amateur Card and must include a photocopy with their entry.

Sport Licence and designation (Gold, Silver or Bronze) numbers MUST be included on the entry form and photocopies of Sport Licence cards MUST accompany the entry form.

Heavy Horse Line and Performance are exempt however it is mandatory that competitors provide proof of $2,000,000 current liability Insurance coverage with specific clauses stating coverage while horses are both hitched and/or unhitched and on/off their farm property. 9 1. COGGINS TEST: All horses and ponies from Canada exhibited at the RAWF must have a negative Immunodiffusion Test (Coggins Test) as of May 1st of the current year.

Exhibitors will be required to produce a certificate to this effect issued or endorsed by a Veterinarian of the Veterinary Inspection, Food Productions and Inspection Branch, Agriculture Canada.competitors should be prepared to produce the Original Coggins Test upon request.

Foals under 6 months are exempted.

Horses and ponies originating from outside Canada and accompanied by proper certification to permit their entry into Canada, will be allowed admittance to the RAWF.

For details, please contact a Veterinarian of the US Department of Agriculture, or Federal Department of Agriculture of the country of departure, as applicable.

See General Information – CUSTOMS.

AMERICAN EXHIBITORS: May take advantage of the 30-day exemption of veterinary inspection at the US border.

Please make inquiries at US Veterinary Services for further information.

MEMO From: To: Livingston Event Logistics – Commercial Conventions and Trade Shows Customs Brokers Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Equestrian Event Participants 2. If you are bringing horses into Canada for the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, and do not intend on leaving them here, you will be required to have the following certificates: 1.

U.S.

Federal Health Certificate (Must have two signatures: credited Vet & Federal Vet) 2.

Coggins (EIA) Test valid within the last six months.

Providing all is in order with these two items, no veterinary inspection will be required: CONTACTS: Department of Agriculture Dr.

Art King 905-871-4000 Canada Customs (Border) 800-461-9999 Detroit Ambassador Bridge. – Dr.

S.

Viswanath, Veterinarian 313-226-4428 Cell – 517-930-2205 Fax – 313-226-5823 RETURNING TO U.S.A.

If you return to the U.S.A.

Within 30 days within the date of your veterinary inspection, you do not need to do anything for the USDA.

If you return after 30 days, you must cross the border between 8:00 a.m.

And 4:00 p.m.

Monday through Friday.

You must have Health Certificate and be prepared with bank cheque or money orders, payable to USDA, to pay $42.00 per head.

IF YOU ARE NOT BRINGING ANY HORSES AND ARE BRINGING EQUIPMENT ONLY, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE FOR CUSTOMS DOCUMENTATION: Mario Mendes, Event Coordinator 1-800-665-4628 x 106 3. HORSE STABLING: ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING IN THE STABLES ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN THE STABLES IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED GOLF CARTS, SCOOTERS, SKATEBOARDS, ROLLERBLADES ARE PROHIBITED.

Exhibitors are prohibited from bringing Golf Carts, Gator style, and/or other 10 — draft teams 75 ROYAL DRAFT CHAMPIONSHIP Placings in the respective Draft performance classes (Percheron, Belgian and Clydesdales) will count towards entry in the Royal Championship Six Hitch Draft Team at the 2012 RAWF.

Points will be allotted in the following manner: Classes 151, 159, 167 152, 160, 168 1st 10 10 2nd 8 8 3rd 7 7 4th 6 6 5th 6th 5 4 5 4 7th 3 3 8th 2 2 9th 1 1 The three top Teams in each of the Draft Breeds will be eligible to enter the Royal Championship Six Horse Draft Team Class.

In case of a tie, the highest placing in classes 152, 160 and 168 will break the tie.

Class 175 – $15,000 ROYAL CHAMPIONSHIP SIX HORSE DRAFT HITCH Sat 10th Eve No entry fee.

Plate $4,050 $2,850 $2,100 $1,500 $1,200 $1,050 $750 $750 $750 Part of the 2012/2013 North American Six-Horse Hitch Classic Series A portion of the prize money generously donated by Glen Smith, Carlisle, ON A portion of the prize money generously donated by Mr.

Dave Garrett, Cushman and Wakefield, Toronto, ON. 76 BREEDING HORSE SECTION breeding horse COMMITTEE MEMBERS Don Heath Brian O’Leary Sandra Banks John Dunlap John Lester Brian Newman Bill MacGillivray Laurel Sowden Gerald Wismer Regina Baezner Soo Olafson Art Alderman Diana Martyn Matt Caldwell Darlene Morton JUDGES: Belgian Line: Clydesdale Line: Percheron Line: Gelding Draft Classes: Shetland Ponies: Hackney: Thoroughbreds: Sport Horse: Cup Classes: Sportpony: Welsh Ponies: Announcer: Chairman: Royal Breeding Horse Show Royal Horse Show Chairman Royal Agricultural Winter Fair CEO Royal Agricultural Winter Fair President Royal Breeding Horse Show Past Chairman Royal Horse Show Barn Superintendent Draft Horse Committee Chairman Canadian Belgian Horse Association Clydesdale Horse Association of Canada Ontario Percheron Horse Association Canadian Sport Horse Association Canadian Pony Society Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society Welsh Pony and Cob Society of Canada Sportpony Jr.

Kline, Shipshewana, IN Tom Fountain, Derbyshire, UK Mark Lindquist, Cameron, ON Brian Crabb, Stittsville, ON Gene Van Der Walt, Shelbyville, KY Gene Van Der Walt, Shelbyville, KY Tucker Ericson, Miami Beach, FL Tucker Ericson, Miami Beach, FL Scott Hofstetter, Ocala, FL Julie Winkel, Reno, NV Tucker Ericson, Miami Beach, FL Sherri Whitworth, Rockwood, ON Joanna Ty Sheil, Builth Wells, Wales John Lester, Lindsay, ON 77 RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. 2. All entries are made subject to the General Rules and Regulations of the Royal Horse Show published in the front pages of this book and exhibitors are bound by them.

Except where otherwise specified all horses (including foals) MUST be registered in the name of the exhibitor at the time of making entry.

Copies of all registration papers verifying ownership must accompany each animal while at the show and must be available for inspection at any time The age of each horse will be computed from the first day of January of the year in which it was foaled.

Changes in entries will not be accepted after the tenth (10th) day following the closing date of entries, unless otherwise specified.

Except where otherwise specified, Foals, Yearlings and Two-Year-Olds are eligible to compete for Junior Championships; Horses Three Years Old and over are eligible for Senior Championships.

Notwithstanding this schedule, no Junior or Senior Championship, as the case may be, will be awarded unless the classification provides for the winners in two or more classes to compete for such honors.

Exhibitor shall be allowed a maximum of two entries in any class for single animals, and not more than one entry in any class for groups unless otherwise specified No animal will be allowed to compete in more than one class or section except when competing as a member of a group, in harness, for a Championship, special prize or when otherwise specifically stated.

Cross-entering will be permitted in the Thoroughbred and Canadian Sport Horse Classes provided the entry has the proper qualifications.

Every animal eligible to compete for a Championship must be presented in the ring when the class is called, otherwise the exhibitor shall forfeit the prize money won by such animal.

This rule will be strictly enforced.

Except where otherwise specified, Geldings are not eligible for Championships.

A Brood Mare is a mare that has raised a foal for the current year or during the current year.

Unless as otherwise defined in section rules. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Except where otherwise specified a Yeld Mare is a mare, four years of age or over, that has not raised a foal during the current year.

A Mare that dropped a dead foal or a foal that died within two weeks of birth shall be classified as a Yeld Mare.

Unless as otherwise defined in section rules.

An embryo transfer donor mare is classified as a yeld mare. 11. Breeder’s name must be shown on the line below the name of the animal if it has not been bred by the exhibitor. 12. Exhibitors are not permitted to bring mares into the ring during the judging of foals. 13. During the showing of line classes, except those for Hackneys, only one person will be allowed in the ring with each horse and that person may carry a crop, whip or stick as approved by the appropriate Breed Association. 14. Exhibitors are required to dress in neat attire while showing animals in the ring.

No ball caps or jeans are allowed. 78 15. All animals in the Breeding Horse Section must be identified in the Show ring by numbers displayed on the backs of the exhibitors.

The numbers will be supplied at no cost to the exhibitor. 16. Any unmanageable horses will be removed from the Judging Ring. 17. Get of Sire, Progeny of Dam, or Stallion and Three Mares entries should also include the name of the Stallion or mare being represented wherever possible. 18. Heavy Horse Hitch Entries: One hitch horse per class will be permitted into the Gelding and Grade Mare breed classes on Friday November 9th with no additional administration fees, however, the entry fee of $35 per class will apply.

Any additional horses entered in the Gelding and Grade Mare classes from that Hitch entry are required to fill out separate entry blanks and pay any and all fees as appropriate. 19. The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair reserves the right to cancel or combine class(es) with less than three (3) entries. JUNIOR / YOUTH / SHOWMANSHIP EXHIBITORS: All contestants participating in this category must be entered under their own name and on entry forms separate from family farms. — 500 – HACKNEY JR 91 TORONTO’S DOWNTOWN LANDMARK HOTEL SINCE 1929 Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, we are within walking distance to the business and theatre districts and the city’s best shopping and dining options.

With so much to do in Toronto, enjoy being in the centre of it all at The Fairmont Royal York.

For reservations or information visit www.fairmont.com/royalyork or call 1 800 441 1414. 92 SECTION 600 – CANADIAN SPORT HORSE The Canadian Sport Horse Association contributes $2,000 towards the prize money in this division.

Mrs.

Dorinda Greenway has very generously donated $300 towards the prize money.

Equine Canada and Canadian Sport Horse Association Rules and Regulations below will be enforced.

Breeders and Owners names as well as Sire and Dam to be announced at the time of ribbon presentation.

ARRIVAL: JUDGING: JUDGE: DEPARTURE: PRIZE MONEY: ENTRY FEE: Friday November 9th, after 12 p.m.

Saturday November 10th, after Thoroughbred classes Tucker Ericson, Miami Beach, FL Sunday November 11th $85 $70 $55 $50 Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon $50 600 – SPORT HORSE Entries are to be judged on quality, substance, soundness and movement.

To be judged 50% on movement and 50% on conformation type.

Horses to be judged at the walk and at the trot and standing individually.

Horses must be shown in an appropriate bridle with the exception of foals that may be shown in an appropriate halter.

Crops up to 30” (76.2 cm) only allowed.

No whips allowed.

RULES & REGULATIONS: E.C.

RULES TO APPLY. (B4301 – B4307). 1. 2. All Exhibitors in this Section must be paid up members for the current year with the Canadian Sport Horse Association.

All entries must be recorded in the Canadian Sport Horse Stud Book or Foundation Stock Recorded with the Canadian Sport Horse Association.

A copy of the certificate must accompany the entry.

In the case of weanlings with registration pending, a letter from the CHSA National office must accompany entry.

Entries in Classes for foals, yearlings, two and three-year-olds must be registered Canadian Sport Horses, sired by an approved Canadian Sport Horse Stallion and from an approved Canadian Sport Horse or foundation stock mare – F1status or higher.

Yeld Mare: A mare.

F1 or Higher, 4 years of age or older that has been CSHA inspected and approved for breeding are eligible.

A mare that had a foal die within two weeks of birth or lost a foal during the current year’s pregnancy shall be classified as a Yeld Mare.

Brood Mare: A mare three years of age or over approved for breeding purposes and has raised a foal in the current year.

Mares inspected and approved (F0) are not eligible to compete in Mare Championships or Grand Championship classes. (F1) or higher are eligible to compete.

Stallions: Three years of age or over and approved for breeding purposes and licensed in the current year as a Canadian Sport Horse Stallion.

Stallions entered with breeding approval (F0) are not eligible to compete for Stallion Championships or Grand Championship classes. (F1) or higher are eligible to compete. 93 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. All Exhibitors wishing to have points counting towards year end zone awards with the O.E.F.

Must be individually paid up members of the O.E.F.

All Canadian Sport Horses (or CHIS) must be unmedicated at time of showing.

A random testing may be conducted in accordance with the Rules of the Equine Canada Class 601 – Colt or Gelding, Foaled in 2012 Class 602 – Colt or Gelding, Foaled in 2011 Class 603 – Junior Champion Colt or Gelding and Reserve (Open to the 1st and 2nd place winners in Classes 601 and 602) Class 604 – Colt or Gelding, Foaled in 2010 Class 605 – Colt or Gelding, Foaled in 2009 Class 606 – Senior Champion Colt or Gelding and Reserve. (Open to the 1st and 2nd Place winners in Classes 604 and 605) Ribbons Ribbons Class 607 – Stallion, F1 or higher Canadian Sport Horse Foaled in 2009 or earlier and sired by an approved Canadian Sport Horse Stallion and from a Canadian Sport Horse or Foundation Stock Registered Mare or Appendix Mare.

Class 608 – Stallion, (F0), Foaled in 2009 or earlier and in 2012.

Class 610 – Filly, Foaled in 2012 Class 611 – Filly, Foaled in 2011 Class 612 – Junior Champion Filly and Reserve (Open to the 1st and 2nd place winners in Classes 610 and 611).

Class 613 – Filly, Foaled in 2010 Class 614 – Filly, Foaled in 2009 Class 615 – Senior Champion Filly and Reserve (Open to the 1st and 2nd place winners in Classes 613 and 614) Class 616 – Brood Mare, Foaled 2009 or earlier Class 617 – Yeld Mare, Foaled 2009 or earlier Class 618 – Champion Mare and Reserve, F-1 or Higher Ribbons (Open to the 1st and 2nd place (F1) or higher, winners in Classes 616 and 617). Class 619 – Get of Sire Two or three animals any age, the get of one sire.

To be eligible, animals must have been entered in at least one other class in this section Combined ownership permitted.

One entry per exhibitor.

Please indicate name of sire.

Class 620 – Progeny of Dam Two animals any age, the progeny of one dam.

To be eligible, animals must have entered in at least one other class in this section.combined ownership permitted.

One entry per exhibitor.

Please indicate name of dam.

Ribbons Ribbons 94 Class 621 – CSHA GRAND CHAMPION & RESERVE.

A championship cooler and plaque, generously donated by Bioniche Animal Health Canada Inc., will be presented to the Exhibitor of the Best Filly, Mare, Gelding, or Stallion selected from the Champion and Reserve Champion in Classes 603, 606, 607, 612, 615 and 618 (F-1 or Higher) provided those Champions or Reserve Champions in Classes 609 and 618 (F-1 or Higher) are sired by an approved Canadian Sport Horse Stallion and from an approved Canadian Sport Horse or Foundation Stock Registered Mare.

Grand Champion: Reserve Grand Champion: Ribbon, cooler & plaque Ribbon 600 – SPORT HORSE 95 SECTION 700 – THE GOVERNOR GENERAL’S CUP Note:  there is no Vet check prior to this class.

ARRIVAL: JUDGING: JUDGES: DEPARTURE: RULES:  CLOSING DATE:  PRIZE MONEY: ENTRY FEE:   Friday November 9th – after 12:00 Noon Saturday November 10th at 7:30 am – Coliseum Ring Scott Hofstetter, Ocala, Florida Julie Winkel, Reno, Nevada Tucker Ericson, Miami Beach, FL Sunday November 11th   General Regs.

Chapter 10 Equine Drugs and Medications Article A1001 Introduction EC Rules to apply.  Ring Procedure Article B4306.

October 9th Plate and  $350  $200  $150  $100  $100  $100  $100  $100 $75 Plate and prize money are very generously donated by Mr.

And Mrs.

John Rumble, Schomberg, ON.  The drug and medication rules as set out are to guarantee fairness to all participants in events recognized by it, to further the art of equestrian sport, to encourage horsemanship, the welfare of horses, to maintain and nurture public interest in equestrian events.

Registered three year old Canadian bred, foaled in Canada, suitable to become a Sport Horse – defined as a horse that is capable of excelling in the hunter, jumper, dressage or eventing disciplines.  To be judged 50% on movement and 50% on conformation/type.

Horses will enter the ring at the walk, trot at the rail and then be lined up by the ringmaster.

To be considered, a horse must have placed in the top qualifying number, total points in a qualifying Series to count.

Horses may only compete in their Province of Residence. 96 Ontario — Approximately 20 to qualify For information on the Ontario Qualifiers, contact: Soo Olafsen, RR# 5 Claremont, ON L1Y 1A2.

Email: s.l.o.acres@sympatico.ca Entry fee is $75.00 per Class, Post Entry (Thursday prior to each Qualifier) $150.00 per Class.

September 23, 2012: Governor General’s Cup Qualifier # 1, RCRA, Cedar Valley, ON October 8, 2012: Governor General’s Cup Qualifier # 2, RCRA Cedar Valley, ON 700/800 – cup classes Points to be awarded: 1st – 25; 2nd – 22; 3rd – 20; 4th – 18; 5th – 16; 6th – 15 points; decreasing by 1 point for each placing to 20th times the number of horses shown in the class. (ie. 1st place of 30 horses – 25 x 30 = 750; 17th of 30 horses – 4 x 30 = 120) Horses from other provinces are invited to apply for entry to the class.

Exhibitor must provide documented proof of showing in equivalent three year old in-hand class which has been judged on conformation, movement and suitability as a sport horse.

Classes must have been held in their home Province.

Approximately 3 entries to be accepted, preference will be given to horses with best results.

Entries will be accepted only with a copy of registration papers in a recognized registry.

Notification of papers pending will not be accepted. 97 SECTION 800 – THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR’S CUP Note:  There is no Vet check prior to this class.

ARRIVAL: JUDGING: JUDGES: DEPARTURE RULES: CLOSING DATE: PRIZE MONEY: ENTRY FEE:   Friday November 11th – after 12:00 Noon Saturday November 12th following Section 700 in Coliseum Ring Scott Hofstetter, Ocala, Florida Julie Winkel, Reno, Nevada Tucker Ericson, Miami Beach, FL Sunday November 13th Chapter 10 Equine Drugs and Medications.

Article A1001 Introduction.

October 9th Plate and  $350  $200  $150  $100  $100  $100  $100  $100 $75 Plate and prize money are very generously donated by The Canadian Sport Horse Association.

The drug and medication rules as set out are to guarantee fairness to all participants in events recognized by it, to further the art of equestrian sport, to encourage horsemanship, the welfare of horses, to maintain and nurture public interest in equestrian events.

Registered three year old Canadian bred, foaled in Canada, suitable to become a Sport Horse – defined as a horse that is capable of excelling in the hunter, jumper, dressage or eventing disciplines.

Entries to be judged under saddle – 60% performance (athleticism, impulsion, balance and rideability), 40% conformation/type.

Horses will be required to walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring.

Tack: to be shown in a snaffle bridle.

Drop, flash or cavesson nosebands are permissible.

No martingales, boots or bandages.

Whips limited to a maximum of 75 cm with the exception of dressage entries where whips limited to a maximum of 120 cm.

To be considered, a horse must have placed in the top qualifying number, total points in a qualifying Series to count.

Horses may only compete in their province of residence.

Horses from other provinces are invited to apply for entry to the class.

Exhibitor must provide documented proof of showing in equivalent three year old in-hand class which has been judged on conformation, movement and suitability as a sport horse.

Classes must have been held in their home Province.

Approximately 3 entries to be accepted, preference will be given to horses with best results. 98 Ontario—Approximately 20 to qualify For information on the Ontario Qualifiers contact: Soo Olafsen, RR# 5 Claremont, ON L1Y 1A2.

Email: s.l.o.acres@sympatico.ca Entry fee is $75.00 per Class, Post Entry (Thursday prior to each Qualifier) $150.00 per Class.

September 23, 2012: October 8, 2012: Lieutenant Governor’s Cup Qualifier #1, RCRA, Cedar Valley, ON Lieutenant Governor’s Cup Qualifier # 2, RCRA Cedar Valley, ON Points to be awarded: 1st – 25; 2nd – 22; 3rd – 20; 4th – 18; 5th – 16; 6th – 15 points; decreasing by 1 point for each placing to 20th times the number of horses shown in the class. (ie 1st place of 30 horses – 25 x 30 = 750; 17th of 30 horses – 4 x 30 = 120) Entries will be accepted only with a copy of registration papers in a recognized registry.

Notification of papers pending will not be accepted. 700/800 – cup classes BWD is pleased to be the Official Farrier of The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Call 905-751-4625 for service or visit us in the Horse Palace. — 125 2012 BREEDING HORSE SCHEDULE Percherons Belgians Clydesdales Shetlands Hackney Showmanship Friday, November 2nd Friday, November 2nd Sunday, November 4th Wednesday, November 7th Wednesday, November 7th 8:30 am 8:30 am 9:00 am 2:30 pm after Shetlands Belgian/Clydesdale Percheron Gelding or Grade Mare Friday November 9th Welsh Governor General’s Cup Lt.

Governor’s Cup Thoroughbreds Canadian Sport Horse Sportpony Breeding Sportpony Under Saddle Friday, November 9th Saturday November 10th (held in Coliseum Ring) Saturday November 10th (held in Coliseum Ring) Saturday November 10th Saturday November 10th Sunday November 11th Sunday November 11th To follow Welsh at approximately 2:30 pm 9:00 am 7:30 am to follow Gov.

Gen.

Cup to follow Lt.

Gov.

Cup to follow Thoroughbreds 9:00 am ½ hour after the Breed Classes 126 HOTEL INFORMATION The Official Hotel of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair: Royal York Hotel 416-368-2511 or 800-441-1414 For a complete list of other supporting hotels, visit www.royalfair.org. 127

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