Baywood Equestrian Center, Debbie Higgins Driving, Costume, Sidesaddle & Show Hack Arabian Western Pleasure Open Braden Training Center, Kathy & Travis Braden Dr.
Ernst & Susan Brownlee, Twin Oaks Equine Center Dressage Center Ring Show Horses, Sterling & Melissa Bradley Reining Colonial Wood Training Center, Josh & Jennifer Quintus HA/AA Country English Pleasure D & D Farms, Gina Andersen & Jimmy Stockton HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Excel Farm, Liz Petty Sport Horse In-Hand Four Moore Ranch, John & Cynthia Moore — Sponsored by Dr. & Mrs.
Brownlee of TWIN OAKS EQUINE CENTER, Liz Petty of EXCEL FARMS, Patty Sadler of PREMIER PARK, Alicia Knandel of Aledo Stables The highest individual score for EACH LEVEL, Intro through Fourth, will receive a Gift Certificate to Bit O Tack Highest Scoring Youth Rider receives special award sponsored by Mona Tobias & Belesemo Epic SPORT HORSE IN-HAND HIGH SCORE AWARDS The overall highest individual score for Arabian and the overall highest individual score for Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian will receive a High Score Championship Neck Ribbon Award. 6 POINT SYSTEM FOR HIGH POINT JACKET AWARDS PERFORMANCE, REINING, CUTTING, RANCH CUTTING, WORKING COW, BREEDING/IN-HAND, SPORT HORSE & DRESSAGE CLASSES, ONE HORSE/ONE RIDER or HANDLER COMBINATION Point System, with 5 or more horses in a class – 1st place 5pts; 2nd 4 pts; 3rd 3 pts; 4th 2 pts; 5th 1 pt.
If less than 5 horses, 1st place gets as many points as there are horses, 2nd one less than 1st place, etc.
Championships count double.
Exhibitors do NOT need to sign up in the show office.
The Show Office system will collect points for all exhibitors.
Winners will be contacted after the show to obtain Jacket sizes.
Please allow 2 to 3 months for delivery of Jackets. ATTENTION DRESSAGE RIDERS Please note that the 2011 USEF Dressage tests will be used for USEF/USDF levels, 2013 for the Riders Tests classes.
All entries must be postmarked by Saturday, February 26, 2013, so that ride times can be assigned.
To secure a time, or for any special requests regarding ride times, please call Debbie Cinotto at (817) 319-9815.
PLEASE NOTE: The schedule of classes herein should be viewed as tentative, Sunday classes are scheduled to start at 7AM tentatively.
Ride times are tentative so please double check them once you check in the office, as a need exists to be flexible enough to accommodate special needs of riders riding multiple horses, and to avoid rider conflicts between the Performance, Dressage or Sport Horse, and Working Western classes. PREMIUM MONEY Regular Classes (see Note 1) Championship Classes (see Note 2) – 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $5 – 1st $50; 2nd $ 40; 3rd $30 NOTE 1: No premium will be paid for Breeding/In-Hand, Sport Horse In-Hand, Cutting*, Equitation or Lead Line Classes.
No premium will be paid for classes with 4 or fewer entries.
Classes with 4 or fewer entries one hour prior to the session may be canceled or combined at the discretion of the show committee. * Cutting exhibitors will receive pay-out directly from The Arabian Cutting Horse Association (TACHA) in accordance with TACHA rules.
NOTE 2: 1st & 2nd in qualifying classes must show back in Championship Class or forfeit qualifying class winnings.
For Breeding & In-Hand, only 1st & 2nd place horses in qualifying classes will show back for Championship Classes.
EXCEPTION: In Class 71, only the Colts must/may show back in Class 73.
All premium money will be paid and mailed within 30 days of the show. RIBBONS All Classes and Championship Classes, (except as noted below) – 1st through 6th place ribbons.
Walk-Trot and Equitation Classes – 1st through 8th place ribbons.
Breeding/In-Hand Championship Classes – Champion & Reserve ONLY. 7 SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCE, REINING & BREEDING/IN HAND CLASSES THURSDAY MORNING – 8:00AM – COLISEUM ARENA Class # Class Code Class Title 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 225 660 230 234 665 668 2062 402 404 401 406 2085 452 454 451 456 190 733 115 640 540 208 620 290 605 317 $$$ $$$ Arabian Reining Horse Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Reining Horse Arabian Reining Horse ATR Arabian Reining Junior Horse Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Reining Horse ATR Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Reining Junior Horse Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Yearling Filly, Championship.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Mare Breeding, Saddle/Pleasure, 2 & Over Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Mare Breeding, Stock/Hunter, 2 & Over.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Mare Breeding Championship.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Mare Breeding, AOTH.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Yearling Colt/Gelding, Championship.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Gelding In-Hand, Saddle/Pleasure, 2 & Over.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Gelding In-Hand, Stock/Hunter, 2 & Over.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Gelding In-Hand Championship.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Gelding In-Hand, AOTH.
Arabian Western Pleasure, Limit Horse.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Pleasure, Limit Horse.
Arabian Country English Pleasure, AAOTR.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Western Pleasure, AAOTR.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Country English Pleasure.
Arabian Western Pleasure, 19 – 39, AAOTR.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Western Pleasure, Mares & Geldings.
Arabian Hunter Pleasure.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Ladies Sidesaddle, Western & English.
Arabian English Show Hack, AOTR. $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ THURSDAY AFTERNOON – 1:00PM – COLISEUM ARENA 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 292 534 951 075 542 104 733 292 190 549 735 152 192 622 531 202 $$$ Arabian Hunter Pleasure, 19 – 39, AAOTR $$$ Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian English Pleasure, AAOTR.
Western Horsemanship, JTR. $$$ Arabian English Pleasure.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Country English Pleasure, AOTR.
Arabian Country English Pleasure, ATR. $$$ Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Pleasure.
Arabian Hunter Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen, AAOTR.
Arabian Western Pleasure, Mares & Stallions.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Country English Pleasure, JTR.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Pleasure, JOTR.
Arabian Mounted Native Costume, AOTR.
Arabian Western Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen, AAOTR.
Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Western Pleasure, JOTR. $$$ Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian English Pleasure Junior Horse.
Arabian Western Pleasure, AAOTR Select Rider. 8 THURSDAY EVENING – 6:30PM – COLISEUM ARENA 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 515 $$$ Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian English Pleasure 634 Half-Arabian/Anglo Arabian Western Pleasure, AAOTR Select Rider 290 Arabian Hunter Pleasure, Limit Horse 192 Arabian Western Pleasure, AAOTR 299 Arabian Hunter Pleasure, JTR 560 $$$ Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Country English Pleasure, AAOTR 590 Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Mounted Native Costume 077 Arabian English Pleasure, JOTR 198 Arabian Western Pleasure, JTR 754 Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian English Show Hack 752 $$$ Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Pleasure, AAOTR 556 Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Country English Pleasure Junior Horse FRIDAY MORNING – 8:00AM – COLISEUM ARENA 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 226 661 231 235 666 669 932 931 3091 Arabian Reining Horse Championship Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Reining Horse Championship Arabian Reining ATR Championship Arabian Reining Junior Horse Championship Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Reining ATR Championship Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Reining Jr.
Horse Championship Reining Seat Equitation, JTR AHA Reining Seat Medal, JTR Arabian Yearling Filly Championship $$$ Arabian Mare Breeding, Two Years Old Arabian Junior Champion Mare $$$ Arabian Mare Breeding, 3 & 4 Years Old $$$ Arabian Mare Breeding, 5 Years & Over Arabian Senior Champion Mare Arabian Mare, AOTH Arabian Gelding In-Hand, 3 & Under Arabian Gelding In-Hand, 4 & Over Arabian Champion Gelding In-Hand $$$ Arabian Geldings, 2 & Over, AAOTH Arabian Gelding In-Hand, JOTH Arabian Yearling Colt/Gelding Championship $$$ Arabian Stallion Breeding, Two Years Old Arabian Junior Champion Stallion Breeding $$$ Arabian Stallions Breeding, 3 & 4 Years Old $$$ Arabian Stallion Breeding, 5 Years & Over Arabian Senior Champion Stallion Breeding Arabian Stallion Breeding, AOTH Arabian, Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Showmanship, JTH 10 & Under Arabian, Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Showmanship, JTH 11 – 18 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 008 002 008 008 002 003 026 026 027 033 028 3109 019 015 019 019 015 016 918 918 9 FRIDAY AFTERNOON – 1:00PM – COLISEUM ARENA 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 746 292 204 939 097 190 540 542 111 636 629 735 315 741 756 305 907 Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Pleasure, AAOTR Select Rider Arabian Hunter Pleasure JOTR Arabian Western Pleasure Junior Horse Hunt Seat Not to Jump Equitation, JTR Arabian Country English Pleasure, JOTR Arabian Western Pleasure, Geldings Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Country English Pleasure, Mares & Geldings Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Country English Pleasure, JOTR Arabian Country English Pleasure Junior Horse Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Western Pleasure Junior Horse Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Western Pleasure, JTR Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Pleasure, AOTR Arabian English Show Hack Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Pleasure, JTR Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian English Show Hack, AOTR Arabian Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse Walk/Trot Western Seat Equitation, 10 & Under FRIDAY EVENING – 6:30PM – COLISEUM ARENA 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110 111. 112. 113. 114. 360 766 303 095 $$$ 748 150 622 097 907 190 $$$ 925 309 $$$ 620 $$$ 192 Arabian Hunter Hack Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Hack 10 Minute Break * Legion of Honor & Merit Presentation Arabian Hunter Pleasure, AAOTR Select Rider Arabian Country English Pleasure Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse Arabian Mounted Native Costume Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Western Pleasure, AOTR Arabian Country English Pleasure, AOTR Walk/Trot Hunt Seat Not to Jump Equitation, 10 & Under Arabian Western Pleasure Saddle Seat Equitation, JTR Arabian Hunter Pleasure, 40 & Over, AAOTR Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Western Pleasure Arabian Western Pleasure, JOTR 10 — ENGLISH SHOW HACK 26.
ARABIAN AOTR 52.
HA/AA Open 96.
ARABIAN Open 98.
HA/AA AOTR 140.
ARABIAN Open Championship *(96) HA/AA HUNTER PLEASURE 18.
HA/AA Limit Horse 33.
HA/AA Open 37.
HA/AA JOTR 53. $$$HA/AA AAOTR 84.
HA/AA AAOTR Select Rider 95.
HA/AA AOTR 97.
HA/AA JTR 105.
HA/AA Junior Horse 135.
HA/AA Open Championship *(18,33) 149.
Horse Championship *(105) 155.
HA/AA AAOTR Championship *(53, 84, 95) 159.
HA/AA JOTR Championship *(37, 95) HUNTER HACK 101.
ARABIAN Open 102.
HA/AA Open EQUITATION/SHOWMANSHIP 29.
Western Horsemanship JTR 61.
Reining Seat Equitation JTR 62.
AHA Reining Seat Medal JTR 82.
Showmanship JTH 10 & Under 83.
Showmanship JTH 11 – 18 87.
Hunt Seat Not to Jump Equitation JTR 111.
Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 124.
AHA Hunt Seat Not to Jump Medal JTR 130.
AHA Saddle Seat Medal JTR 148.
AHA Western Horsemanship Medal JTR 17 REINING 1. $$$ ARABIAN Open 2. $$$ HA/AA Open 3.
Arabian ATR 4.
Arabian Junior Horse 5.
HA/AA ATR 6.
HA/AA Junior Horse 55.
ARABIAN Open Championship *(1) 56.
HA/AA Open Championship *(2) 57.
ARABIAN ATR Championship *(3) 58.
ARABIAN Junior Horse Championship *(4) 59.
HA/AA ATR Championship *(5) 60.
HA/AA Junior Horse Championship *(6) SPORT HORSE UNDER SADDLE Classes 196 through 205, consecutively, page 24 DRESSAGE Classes 192 through 232, consecutively, page 26 CUTTING Classes 233 through 254, consecutively, page 28 REINED COWHORSE Classes 257 through 262, consecutively, page 28 WORKING COW — SHOW EXERCISE DRESSAGE CLOSED DRESSAGE CUTTING & W.
Cow CALLS FOR CLASS: Classes will be called promptly.
Two (2) minutes will be allowed after the first horse in the class enters the arena, after which the gate will be closed.
This will be strictly enforced CANCELLATION OF CLASSES DUE TO EMERGENCIES: In the event that a class, or a series of classes, or all or part of the competition is cancelled due to an accident, storm, or other emergency after the start of the show (defined as initial Move-In Day), no refund of entry fees will be made. 19 DOGS: Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be on a leash or otherwise contained.
Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted.
Loose dogs will be impounded.
NO dogs are allowed in the air-conditioned areas of Watt, John Justin Arena , Brown-Lupton Commercial Exhibit Hall, or Will Rogers Coliseum.
DRIVING DIRECTIONS: On any Driving Map, find your way to U.S.
Route 30, west of Interstate 35.
Look for University Drive, take the North exit.
Continue on University northward to Harley Street.
Turn into Harley and then into the Will Rogers facility.
A map of the facility is included with parking fees on www.culturaldistrictparking.com.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY: The City of Fort Worth enforces the 1996 National Electrical Code to ensure the public is not exposed to electrical hazards.
If extension cords are used in the show grounds, Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter Protection (GFCI) is required.
These cords have a test and reset button and have the words “GFCI Protected” on the cord.
All 120-volt extension cords shall be three wire grounding type cords.
Extension cords may not be placed through doorways.
Frayed or damaged cords may not be used.
ENTRIES: All entries must be made on the official entry blank for this show.
A horse may be entered in the name of the registered owner(s) only and must be entered under its full registered name.
No horse may be entered on more than one entry form.
All entries must have a Photostat copy of the registration papers.
Entries received without these copies will not be accepted.
NOTE: Horses will be listed in classes in the owner’s name(s) as recorded on the registration papers.
If a horse is being leased or purchased on a sales contract, the lessee or new owner may have their name listed as owner if proper documentation is provided to the Show Secretary.
In AOTR classes, leased horses MAY NOT BE SHOWN BY THE LESSEE unless the lessee and lessor are members of the immediate family.
No farm names will be listed unless the farm is the recorded owner of the horse.
No exceptions! Copies of current AHA , USEF and USDF (if applicable) cards must also be included with the entry.
FIRST AID: First aid will be available at all times during performances.
Call the Show Office or Paddock Master to have the EMT paged.
FIRE SAFETY: No flammable materials, such as bunting, tissue paper, crepe paper, etc., are permitted to be used for decorations and all materials used for decorative purposes must be treated with flame-proofing and are subject to the approval of the City of Fort Worth Fire Department.
Exhibitors may not operate or place any engine or motor or machinery on the premises or use oils, burning fluids, kerosene, naptha or gasoline or any other flammable chemical for either mechanical or other purposes or any other agent, such as candles, smoke generators or pyrotechnics without the written consent of the Fire Marshall.
HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: Any horse that develops a communicable disease must be removed from the show grounds.
By Texas law, each horse entering the state of Texas from an outside of Texas state must have a CURRENT HEALTH CERTIFICATE, issued within the last forty-five (45) days by a licensed veterinarian.
A NEGATIVE COGGINS ISSUED WITHIN TWELVE (12) MONTHS IS REQUIRED OF ALL HORSES.
INDEBTEDNESS TO SHOW: Any exhibitor who fails to settle his or her indebtedness to this show will automatically be reported to AHA, under AHA Handbook Article SUS 102, and to USEF under USEF Rule Book Article GR 913.
NSF charge $50.
INDEMNITY AND RESPONSIBILITY: WARNING, Under Texas Law (Chapter 87, Civil Practice and Remedies Code), an equine professional (the facility owner, operator, competition sponsor, employees or volunteers) is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities.
JUDGES: This show will be judged according to the single judge system.
In the event of illness or failure of a judge or any other official to attend this show or to perform his duties, the Show Committee reserves the right to substitute an official for the one officially designated in the prize list, according to USEF rules.
MEDICAL WASTES: Needles and other sharp medical waste shall be disposed of in the Sharps Containers which are located at various sites in the alley ways of the barn areas.competition management may fine any individual up to $100 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments.
MEDICATION REPORT FORMS: Completed medication report forms shall only be given to the Show Steward.
Such forms given to anyone other than the Show Steward are not filed in accordance with USEF rules. 20 NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITH OPEN CHECKS: All entries must be paid in full; checks will be deposited upon receipt.
NUMBER OF ENTRIES IN A CLASS: The Show Committee reserves the right to cancel a single class having three (3) or fewer entries or to combine or split classes, as they deem necessary.
In the event a class is cancelled because of three (3) or fewer entries, any paid class entry fee(s) will be refunded, except as noted earlier under Cancellation of Classes Due to Emergencies.
OPERATION OF MOTORIZED VEHICLES: Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles, on the competition grounds of licensed competitions.
Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license.
The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, or losses or actions resulting from that operation.
Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense.
Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with USEF Rule Book, Chapter 6.
Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule.
PARKING AT WILL ROGERS: The facility is charging a parking fee for automobiles in the facility parking lots.
All passes are in-and-out passes; you do not need to repay the fee each time you enter the facility THAT DAY.
A different fee is charged for trailers depending on where you park them.
Fees are collected at facility entrance points when you arrive.
THE HORSE SHOW DOES NOT BENEFIT FROM COLLECTED MONIES.
You can view parking details and fees at www.culturaldistrictparking.com.
PRIZE LIST CHANGES AND/OR CORRECTIONS: Changes and/or corrections to the Premium, if any, will be posted on the Club’s web site, www.legacyarabianhorseclub.com.
PROTESTS: A protest must be filed as set forth with USEF.
RESPONSIBILITY: All entries are accepted with the understanding that neither the Legacy Arabian Horse Club of Texas, Inc., the City of Fort Worth nor the Will Rogers Equestrian Center will be responsible for any loss, personal injury or damage to horses exhibited or for any article of any kind or any nature that may be lost or destroyed or in any way damaged.
All horses shall be under the control and direction of the Show Committee but solely at the risk of the exhibitor who will be responsible for any loss, damage, or injury of any person, animal or property occasioned by him or his agents or employees, or by any animal owned or exhibited by him, and shall indemnify the Legacy Arabian Horse Club of Texas, Inc., and the Will Rogers Equestrian Center against any and all legal costs, including attorney fees which may be the result thereof.
The submitting of any entry form to the Show Secretary shall constitute an acceptance of the provisions herein set forth.
NIGHT WATCH: Night time unarmed security watch will be available throughout the entire show, starting Wednesday, March 13, 2013.
STALLS: Stalls will be assigned by Show Management.
The Show Management reserves the right to remove horses not stabled properly.
All horses must have their own stall.
NO REQUESTS FOR ADJOINING STALLS FROM DIFFERENT OWNERS WILL BE HONORED UNLESS MAILED TOGETHER IN THE SAME ENVELOPE.
Exhibitors anticipating a need for large blocs of stalls (generally more than five) are encouraged to contact the Show Manager before arrival (Debbie Cinotto at 817-319-9815) Stalls will be available Tuesday, March 12, 2013, without night security and Wednesday, March 13, 2013 with night security.
Stalls are permanent, approximately 10’ X 10’, constructed of all metal, floors are asphalt, and all stalls have doors.
Early arrivals (Before March 12, 2013) will be charged $25.00 per day per stall, to be paid in advance.
Horses must be removed from the show grounds by 12:00 Noon, Monday, March 18, 2013.
NOTE: Will Rogers Equestrian Center DOES NOT ALLOW shavings to be brought in; all shavings must be purchased at the shavings office.
At the time of this writing shavings are $6.50 per 3.5.CF bag/ $12.00 per 10 CF compressed bag.
Stalls will be assigned according to sponsorships, advertisements and number of horses entered. 21 USEF MEMBERSHIP: Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level or above and Combined Driving Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and Vaulting Competitions and Endurance Rides.
A nonmember may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon payment of a $30 nonmember registration fee.
Participants in the following classes are exempted from the Requirements of this rule: 1) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk trot and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions; 8) Opportunity classes; 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation; 10) USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes.
WITHDRAWING ENTRIES: Entries may be scratched from the show office prior to February 25, 2013 with a total refund.
After that date, withdrawals accompanied by a veterinarian’s certificate of inability to show will receive refunds of class entry fees only.
EXCEPTION: A prepaid class entry fee may be credited to a new class entry, for the same horse, if the reschedule is reported to the show office the session BEFORE the originally scheduled class.
For Dressage, such a reschedule will incur an additional fee.
See Page 4. CLASS SPECIFICATIONS Except in equitation, showmanship, Lead-Line, Youth Cutting & Dressage, all classes are for purebreds unless specified Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian.
EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH.
Exhibitors are encouraged to read the USEF rule book, and particularly Chapter AR, for the complete Arabian horse rules.
AHA MEDAL CLASSES.
If a class does not fill, that is if the class does not have at least THREE competitors with proper appointments, the class will be held as a regular equitation class with pattern.
No medal will be awarded if the class is conducted as a regular Equitation Class; however, AHA Medal points will still be earned.
Medal Classes will be conducted as set forth in AHA Article Comp 709.
AHA Saddle Seat Medal Class. 1) In addition to the rail work, all contestants are required to perform two or more individual tests from USEF Tests (EQ 120) Tests 1-15 or EC equivalent.
Markers shall not be used.
AHA Reining Seat Medal Class. 1) All contestants are required to perform a Reining pattern as outlined in USEF Reining Division or EC equivalent. 2) Order of go will be done by draw. 3) Bits must be dropped and inspected by the Judge or designated official, and all riders must dismount for this inspection.
If called for in the ring, assistance, if necessary, may be had from one of the ring officials. 4) Reins shall not be removed from the horse’s neck while inspecting bits. 5) In the event that the total score is tied, the tie will be broken by the exhibitor with the highest equitation score.
Should a tie still exist, the tie shall be broken by reining rules in RN103.2. 6) It is mandatory that Judges use the prescribed AHA Score Sheet for Reining Seat Equitation and that the score sheet or a copy be posted immediately after each class.
AHA Hunter Seat Not to Jump Medal Class. 1) In addition to the rail work, all contestants are required to perform two or more individual tests from USEF Equitation Division, EQ 113, Tests From Which Judges Must Choose.
AHA Western-Horsemanship Medal Class. 1) In addition to the rail work, all contestants are required to perform a minimum of four tests from USEF Arabian, Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Division, Subchapter Western Horsemanship, Subchapter AR-26.
AHA Dressage Seat Medal Class 1) In addition to rail work, all contestants are required to perform three or more individual tests from DR 133. 22 BREEDING & GELDING IN-HAND CLASSES.
Champion and Reserve Championship Classes – first and second place winners from their respective qualifying classes must show back in their Championship classes.
NOTE: Arabian Champion and Reserve Champions Mares and Stallions (Arabian only) shall be at least 2 years old.
Arabian yearling geldings may compete for Champion Gelding.
Cutting Classes will be conducted according to The Arabian Cutting Horse Association (TACHA) Handbook.
The TACHA classification determination is final.
HERD WORK/RANCH CUTTING CLASSES.
These Classes are a variant of the usual NCHA Cutting Classes combined with Herd Work features from the NRCHA.
The Rider works with the usual Cutting support of turn-back and herd-holding assistants.
NCHA rules for working the herd/cow do NOT apply.
For the overall Herd Work, the rules of NRCHA rule book on Herd Work, Article 19.1 will apply.
For equipment and “blood”/abuse, the USEF rules over-ride those of NRCHA.
Open to riders who are at least two years of age and have not reached their seventh birthday as of December 1, 2012.
Leaders must be at least 14 years of age.
Safety is of the utmost importance in tack and attire.
Saddle must fit rider.
Rider’s feet must be engaged in the stirrups/irons.
Saddles may be equipped with hooded stirrups or breakaway irons.
Leading rein MUST be attached to a cavesson or a halter placed under or over the bridle.
Any rider, regardless of the style of tack and/or attire, is encouraged to use safety helmets, with chinstraps.
Boots, long pants and a long sleeve shirt is required of each rider.
There shall be only one rider on each horse entered.
Stallions are prohibited.
To be shown in English, Country, Western, Hunter Pleasure, Show Hack, Mounted Native costume, or Ladies Side Saddle attire.
Riders are not allowed to cross-enter into any other class in the show.
Rider is exempt from AHA and USEF membership requirements.
See also, USEF Sub Chapter AR-28.
Open to riders 10 years old and under.
A rider must have never been judged in a class at a recognized or non-recognized competition that required a lope or canter.
Stallions are prohibited. $$$ – DESIGNATED SWEEPSTAKES CLASSES.
Classes designated with an “$$$” in front of their usual name are this show’s designated sweepstakes classes.
These classes are part of AHA’s Breeder’s Sweepstakes Program.
Sweepstakes exhibitors may earn points by placing in these classes.
These points will contribute to a Sweepstakes payout according to the program rules, if the annual enrollment fee has been paid prior to this show, for that horse.
Non-Sweepstakes horses, while they do not participate in the point’s pay-out program, may, if otherwise qualified, enter these classes. 23 COWTOWN CLASSIC 2864 Regular Competition, All Classes Rated “N” 24 USDF Membership Benefits: USDF is dedicated to education, the recognition of achievement, and promotion of dressage.
For details on member benefits, including educational programs, awards, and other opportunities, refer to the USDF Member Guide or the USDF website at www.usdf.org.
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