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Class Descriptions – Divisions T.I.P.

Thoroughbred English Pleasure Division – Horses may not cross-enter into designated Hunter divisions (as listed in the program).

To be judged on suitability of the animal to the rider, manners, performance, and ability to give a safe and comfortable ride.

Martingales are prohibited.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie for either, more consideration will be given to the horse who achieves a higher placing in class 4 (W/T/C).

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Number required. 2.

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Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk – To be judged at the walk both directions of the ring. 3.

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Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk/Trot – To be judge at the walk and trot both directions of the ring. 4.

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Thoroughbred English Pleasure Walk/Trot/Canter – To be judge at the walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

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Thoroughbred Crossrails Division – Horses may not jump higher than 2’ at same show (except equitation).

To be judged on performance and soundness.

Martingales permitted in over fences class only.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie, more consideration will be given to the horse who achieves a higher placing in class 7 (Crossrails).

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Number Required. 5.

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Thoroughbred Walk/Trot – To be judged at the walk and trot both directions of the ring.

Light contact with the horse’s mouth is required. 6.

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Thoroughbred Walk/Trot/Canter – To be judged at the walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

Light contact with the horse’s mouth is required. 7.

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Thoroughbred O/F Crossrails – To be shown over a designated course of at least 7 jumps.

May be completed at the trot or canter.

Simple changes of lead not penalized.

Open Thoroughbred Division – Offered at 2’6”.

Open to all thoroughbreds both registered and unregistered.

To be judged on manners, way of going, and pace.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie, more consideration will be given to the horse which accrued more points over fences. 9.

Open Thoroughbred O/F – To be shown over a designated course of at least 7 jumps not to exceed 2’6” in height. 10.

Open Thoroughbred O/F – Same specifications as class 9. 11.

Open Thoroughbred U/S – To be judged at a walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

Movement also to be considered.

Martingales not permitted.

Horses may compete in this class without competing over fences.

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Handy Hunter Division – Offered at 2’6” and 3’.

Height must be declared at the time of entry.

Classes may include a halt, trot jump, hand gallop and/or other tests throughout the course.

To be judged on manners, way of going, pace, and handiness.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie, more consideration will be given to the horse which accrued more points over fences.

T.I.P number required. 12.

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Handy Hunter O/F – To be shown over a designated course of at least 7 jumps not to exceed 2’6” and 3’ depending on class section. 13.

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Handy Hunter O/F – Same specifications as class 12. 14.

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Handy Hunter U/S – To be judged at a walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

Horses may be asked to halt or hand gallop.

Movement also to be considered.

Martingales not permitted.

Horses may not compete in this class without competing over fences.

Performance Thoroughbred Division – Offered at 2’.

Open to Jockey Club registered thoroughbreds only.

Horses may not jump higher than 2’3” at the same show.

To be judged on manners, way of going, and pace.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie, more consideration will be given to the horse which accrued more points over fences. 17.

Performance Thoroughbred O/F – To be shown over a designated course of at least 7 jumps not to exceed 2’ in height.

Simple changes of lead not to be penalized. 18.

Performance Thoroughbred O/F – Same specifications as class 17. 19.

Performance Thoroughbred U/S – To be judged at a walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

Movement also to be considered.

Martingales not permitted.

Horses may complete in this class without competing over fences.

Junior Equitation Division – Open to riders who have not yet reached their 18th birthday as of December 1, 2012.

Open to all thoroughbreds, both registered and non-registered.

To be judged on seat, hands, guidance, and control of the horse.

Martingales permitted in over fences class only.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie, more consideration will be given to the rider who achieves a higher placing in class 22 (O/F). 20.

Junior Equitation Walk/Trot – To be shown at a walk and trot both directions of the ring.

Additional testing may be requested at the judge’s discretion. 21.

Junior Equitation Walk/Trot/Canter – To be shown at a walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

Additional testing may be requested at the judge’s discretion. 22.

Junior Equitation O/F 2’3” – To be shown over a designated course of at least 7 jumps not to exceed 2’3” in height.

Additional testing may be requested at the judge’s discretion.

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Low Thoroughbred Hunter Division – Offered at 2’3”.

To be judged on manners, way of going, and pace.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie, more consideration will be given to the horse which accrued more points over fences.

T.I.P number required. 23.

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Low Thoroughbred Hunter O/F – To be shown over a designated course of at least 7 jumps not to exceed 2’3” in height. 24.

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Low Thoroughbred Hunter O/F – Same specifications as class 23. 25.

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Low Thoroughbred Hunter U/S – To be judged at a walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

Movement also to be considered.

Martingales not permitted.

Horses may not compete in this class without competing over fences.

War Horse Division – Offered at 2’3”.

Open to Jockey Club registered thoroughbreds who started at least 50 races, or earned over $100k.

To be judged on manners, way of going, and pace.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie, more consideration will be given to the horse which accrued more points over fences. 26.

War Horse O/F – To be shown over a designated course of at least 7 jumps not to exceed 2’3” in height. 27.

War Horse O/F – Same specifications as class 26. 28.

War Horse U/S – To be judged at a walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

Movement also to be considered.

Martingales not permitted.

Horses may compete in this class without competing over fences.

Adult Equitation Division – Open to riders 18 or older as of December 1, 2012.

Open to all thoroughbreds, both registered and non-registered.

To be judged on seat, hands, guidance, and control of the horse.

Martingales permitted in over fences class only.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded.

In the event of a tie, more consideration will be given to the rider who achieves a higher placing in class 31 (O/F). 29.

Adult Equitation Walk/Trot – To be shown at a walk and trot both directions of the ring.

Additional testing may be requested at the judge’s discretion. 30.

Adult Equitation Walk/Trot/Canter – To be shown at a walk, trot, and canter both directions of the ring.

Additional testing may be requested at the judge’s discretion. 31.

Adult Equitation O/F 2’6” – To be shown over a designated course of at least 7 jumps not to exceed 2’6” in height.

Additional testing may be requested at the judge’s discretion. Class Descriptions – Individual Classes 1.

Unjudged Open Card Schooling (California Style) Grass Ring – This class will be run as an open card throughout the day and is open to registered and non-registered thoroughbreds.

Each entry allowed one round and may jump at the height of choice (jumps will not be adjusted, rider must determine where within schedule to complete).

This class is not judged, but must be declared as a schooling round prior to entering the ring.

A preset course will be determined by the show.

An open card schooling round will not be allowed once jumps have been modified for the Hunter Derby. 8.

Thoroughbred Festival Leadline – Open to children 7 years or younger as of December 1, 2012 riding a registered or unregistered thoroughbred.

To be judged on the rider’s equitation and suitability of the mount at the walk.

Relaxed attire allowed, however, must wear an approved helmet and footwear with heels. 15. $1,000 Thoroughbred Festival Hunter Derby sponsored by Sherwood of Salisbury – Open only to Jockey Club registered thoroughbreds.

Class will consist of two rounds.

The first round is the classic hunter round with a minimum of 10 obstacles.

Up to four fences will be set with an option of jumping a higher height.

The classic hunter round will be judged on style and brilliance.

The second round (for the top ten horses after the first round) will be a handy hunter round with a minimum of 8 obstacles, also including option fences.

Rounds will be numerically scored.

Horses will return for the second round in reverse order from lowest to highest points accumulated making considerations go minimize fence height changes.

The handy hunter round will be judged on style, brilliance, and handiness.

In both rounds, horses will receive a single bonus point for each higher option attempted.

Pulled rails on option fences will be factored into the overall round score.

In the handy hunter round, judge(s) may award from 0-6 additional points for handiness.

To be offered at 2’3” (2’9” options), 2’6” (3’ options), and 3’ (3’6” options).

The winner of the TF Hunter Derby will automatically qualify for the $1,500 Hunter Stake at the June 7-9 or October 25-27 Thoroughbred Celebration Horse Show at Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, VA. 16.

Unjudged Open Card Schooling (California Style) Devon Ring – This class will be run as an open card throughout the day.

Each entry allowed one round and may jump at the height of choice (jumps will not be adjusted, rider must determine where within schedule to complete).

This class is not judged, but must be declared as a schooling round prior to entering the ring.

A preset course will be determined by the show. Dressage Divisions/Classes USDF Introductory Level – Open to all thoroughbreds both registered and non-registered.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded based on an average of test scores.

Horse must complete two tests within the division to be eligible for champion/reserve.

Only registered thoroughbreds with a T.I.P.

Number are eligible for additional awards/prize money sponsored by The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program.

Tests available at www.usdf.org. 32.

USDF Introductory – Test A 33.

USDF Introductory – Test B 34.

USDF Introductory – Test C USEF Training Level – Open to all thoroughbreds both registered and non-registered.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded based on an average of test scores.

Horse must complete two tests within the division to be eligible for champion/reserve.

Only registered thoroughbreds with a T.I.P.

Number are eligible for additional awards/prize money sponsored by The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program.

Tests available at www.usef.org. 35.

USEF Training Level – Test One 36.

USEF Training Level – Test Two 37.

USEF Training Level – Test Three USEF First Level – Open to all thoroughbreds both registered and non-registered.

Champion & Reserve Championships to be awarded based on an average of test scores.

Horse must complete two tests within the division to be eligible for champion/reserve.

Only registered thoroughbreds with a T.I.P.

Number are eligible for additional awards/prize money sponsored by The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program.

Tests available at www.usef.org. 38.

USEF First Level – Test One 39.

USEF First Level – Test Two 40.

USEF First Level – Test Three 41.

USEF Second Level & Above – Test of Choice – Tests available at www.usef.org.

Class may be divided.

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