Canter on counter lead (no more than 6 at a time) 17.
Turn on the haunches from the walk 18.
Demonstration ride of approximately 1 minute Appointments WESTERN Attire: Riders shall wear either a western hat or a helmet at no penalty from the judge.
Clean, appropriate riding boots are required.
Shirts with a collar and long sleeves are required.
Spurs, chaps, etc.
Ball caps are NOT acceptable. Tack: Horse shall be shown with a stock saddle.
Silver tack and equipment will not be given favor over simpler tack.
A snaffle, curb, half-breed or spade bit is permissible.
A martingale, tie-down or noseband is prohibited. Snaffle, hackamores, or bosals may be used on junior horses only.
Riders will be penalized for riding 2 handed when showing in a solid bit.
No mechanical hackamores or wire curbs. HUNT SEAT Attire: Riders shall wear helmets at all times.
Formal show attire is not required for classes 17-38.
Breeches, jodhpurs/leggings worn with tall boots or paddock boots and a collared polo shirt, tucked in with a belt are acceptable.
Judging will be based on neatness of rider, not on attire.
Hair should be contained in a bun, braid, hairnet or rider’s helmet for neatness and safety. Tack: Horse shall be shown in clean hunt seat or dressage saddles.
Horses must be shown in a clean, adjusted hunter bridle with noseband with any regulation English bit (snaffle, kimberwick, pelham, etc.).
Figure eight, flash and drop nosebands are not allowed.
Standing martingales are optional in over fences classes.
Martingales are not allowed in any under saddle class.
Running martingales, draw reins, hackamores, boots or bandages are prohibited. CONTESTING Attire: Helmets are required for all contestants.
Riders shall wear long sleeved, collared shirts that must be tucked in.
Boots with a heel are required.
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