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Show Horse, Show Hunter and Leading Rein Classes – All horses must have a current EA Height Certificate. Rider of the Year Classes – Riders may only compete in the class for which they are eligible.

Age is at the day of the event. Show Horse, Show Hunter, Leading Rein and Rider of the Year Classes – All riders must be members of the EA in the State in which the event is being held. Show Horse, Show Hunter and Leading Rein Classes – Horses/Ponies must be currently EA-registered and domiciled in that State (including where appropriate within a 100 km radius of a border) for a total period of 6 months immediately preceding the date of that State’s Horse of the Year event.

Due to climatic conditions and to ensure the welfare of the horses this period is reduced to 3 months in the NT.

However, if the horse has not competed under saddle (with the exception of horse racing) in any state prior to purchase and is registered and eligible/qualified in the state in which it is to compete by closing date of entries it shall be eligible to compete in that respective state’s HOTY Show Horse, Show Hunter and Leading Rein Classes – Horse/Pony must be 3 years of age or over at 1 August. Show Horse, Show Hunter and Leading Rein – If a horse has competed in a qualifying class at an EA HOTY in the current year in another State it is not eligible to compete in another HOTY in the same year. Rider Classes – If a rider has competed in an EA HOTY in the current year in a qualifying class in another State they are not eligible to compete in another HOTY in the same year. Show Horse Classes Rider Classes • Small Pony 12.2hh and under (rider 14 years and under) • Large Pony over 12.2hh and not exceeding 14hh • Galloway over 14hh and not exceeding 14.2hh • Galloway over 14.2hh and not exceeding 15hh • Small Hack over 15hh and not exceeding 16hh • Large Hack over 16hh • Rider under 10 years { enter one class or • Rider under 14 years the other not two} • Rider 14 years and under 18 years • Rider 18 years and over Show Hunter Classes Leading Rein Class • Small Pony 12.2hh and under (rider 14 years and under) • Large Pony over 12.2hh and not exceeding 14hh • Galloway over 14hh and not exceeding 15hh • Hack over 15hh and not exceeding 16hh • Hack over 16hh • Pony 12.2hh and under – 
 Rider 5 and under 8 years Random swabbing will take place in accordance with the EA Medication Control Policy. Judges must be selected from the EA Show Horse Judges List. The Judges’ decision is final. The Organising Committee has the right to refuse any entry without having to assign any reasons. Only the winner or the runner-up from state qualifying events is eligible to compete at the Australian Show Horse Championships, unless special dispensation is granted by the National Show Horse Committee upon written application from a state branch.

The National Show Horse Committee will not consider applications for horses/ponies/riders placed lower than 3rd place at their State HOTY. As a minimum a winner and runner-up is to be sashed and both announced at the event. In qualifying Show Horse, Show Hunter and Rider classes three judges must be used as per the preferential judging system in 5.7 (excluding Northern Territory due to geographic isolation) All qualifying events for the Australian Show Horse Championships (ie: State HOTYs) must be run by the State’s Show Horse Committee (who may form or co-opt an organising sub-committee) Results of winners and runners-up, and the names of all Finalists (top 10) to be sent to the relevant EA State Branch Office. SA Show Horse Newcomer Rules Nomination forms can be downloaded from http://www.sa.equestrian.org.au/ and must be submitted not later that the extended deadline of 4pm Friday 12th August 2011.

Nomination fee must accompany form. — All horses in the Show Horse, Show Hunter and Leading Rein Classes are required to have a current EA Height Certificate at the time of competing in their State event and the Australian event. The selection of State representatives will be the sole responsibility of the State Branch concerned.

The winner and runner-up from state qualifying events are eligible to compete at the Australian Show Horse Championships, unless special dispensation is granted by the EA Show Horse Committee upon written application from a state branch.

The EA Show Horse Committee will not consider applications for horses/ponies/riders placed lower than 3rd place at their State HOTY. A horse will not be disqualified from representing the state in which it qualified, as a result of a change of ownership or lease.

If a horse is sold or leased to another State it is no longer eligible to represent the State in which it won. A horse which has qualified to represent a State at an Australian Championship may not compete in any other State’s qualifying competition in the period leading up to the Australian championships concerned. A horse competing in the Show Horse, Show Hunter and Leading Rein Classes must be ridden by a member from the State or Territory that the horse is representing. The panel of judges will not contain more than one judge from any one State.

Three judges are to be selected from the EA Show Horse Judges List.

States may put forward names and resumés to the EA Show Horse Committee by 1 June each year.

It is recommended that state committees hold a secret ballot to select their choices.

A judge must not have judged a State Horse of the Year event in the current year. A maximum of 3 names are to be submitted by each state/delegate.

All names chosen by the states go in the hat, a name may go in the hat more that once if more than one state has chosen that judge, all names are drawn until no more names remain, so there is an ordered list of Judges from which to make the invitations/appointments.

There will only be one judge invited from any state, which will be the first judge from that state drawn from the hat. The Australian Championship Competitions will be as follows: Show Horse Classes Rider Classes • Small Pony 12.2hh and under (rider 14 years and under) • Large Pony over 12.2hh and not exceeding 14hh • Galloway over 14hh and not exceeding 14.2hh • Galloway over 14.2hh and not exceeding 15hh • Small Hack over 15hh and not exceeding 16hh • Large Hack over 16hh • Rider under 14 years • Rider 14 years and under 18 years • Rider 18 years and over Show Hunter Classes Leading Rein Class • Small Pony 12.2hh and under (rider 14 years and under) • Large Pony over 12.2hh and not exceeding 14hh • Galloway over 14hh and not exceeding 15hh • Hack over 15hh and not exceeding 16hh • Hack over 16hh • Pony 12.2hh and under – Rider 5 years and under 8 from 2009 onwards Trans Tasman.

A New Zealand team made up of winners or runners-up (if the winner is unable to attend) from the NZ HOY is invited by the EA Show Horse Committee to compete in the aligned Australian age and height categories.

Those eligible for the Trans-Tasman competition are the small and large ponies, Galloway and hack for Show Horse and Show Hunter classes as well as Junior, Intermediate and Senior riders.

This competition is held under the EA Show Horse Rules. Note in relation to rider ages: The age of the rider is the age at the qualifying event. Workouts must be provided to all competitors at least 24 hours prior to the competition. The order of starting for each competition will be decided by ballot for each section, which must be carried out in the presence of the owners and/or team managers. All horses competing at the Australian Show Horse Championships are eligible to be swabbed as per the National Medication Control Policy. The Championships are to be conducted during the months of October, November or December each year, unless decided otherwise by the EA Show Horse Committee. A Runner-Up will be awarded in each class. Results of winners, runners-up, and of all Finalists (top 10) to be sent to the EA State Branch Office. 2011 ESA HOTY ENTRY FORM (ONE form per Horse) Photocopy extra if required Name of Horse:

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