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3 presented by Lindsay MaxweLL CharitabLe Fund Pennsylvania National Horse Show October 12 21, 2017 Show Venue: Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center 2300 N. Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA Administrative Offices: 720 Limekiln Road, New Cumberland, PA Phone: (717) Fax: (717) Entry Information: Ryegate Show Services 1298 Royal Road, Annville, PA Phone: (717) Fax: (717) To verify receipt of entries, please use a delivery method which requires a signature. The show cannot verify receipt of faxed or regular-mail entries. Benefit: Pennsylvania National Horse Show Foundation Member: North American League United States Equestrian Federation Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) Show Jumping Hall of Fame Series 2018 Show Dates October 11 20,

4 Competiton Name: Pennsylvania National Horse Show USEF #: 459 Rated A in: Green Conformation Hunter, Green Hunter, High Performance Conformation Hunter, High Performance Hunter, Junior Hunter, Pony Hunter, Amateur Owner Hunter Rated C in: Side Saddle WAYS TO SAVE AS A US EQUESTRIAN MEMBER Save 5% on qualifying purchases at checkout Protect yourself with discounted liability and AD&D insurance Buy 10 bags of feed and get one free! Save up to 28% on equipment like Gators (TM) and lawnmowers Get started with a discounted emergency roadside assistance plan. PLUS MANY MORE! 2

5 2017 PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL HORSE SHOW FOUNDATION OFFICERS Chair: Thomas Bross, III 1st Vice Chair: Max Hempt 2nd Vice Chair: Norman I. White Treasurer: Carol A. Tanzola Executive Director: Susie Webb Secretary: Rebecca E. Kinsley Garland Alban Ralph A. Alfano, III Susan Baker Thomas Bross, III Carol Copeland Archibald Cox, III G. Lewis Davey Peter G. Doubleday James E. Frey Max Hempt Frank D. Chapot ( ) Gregory W. Gingery Harry G. Banzhoff, Esq. Gerald L. Hempt General Managers: Entries Secretary: Executive Director: Director of Development: Marketing Coordinator: BOARD OF DIRECTORS Richard Hornberger Rebecca E. Kinsley Stephanie Lawson Lloyd W. Longenecker Dr. Csaba Magassy Collin McNeil Streett Moore Wendy Chapot Nunn Judith Patton Eugene E. Pepinsky, Jr. Mrs. Lysa Burke Horkan Jeremy M. Jacobs DIRECTORS EMERITI ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Ralph A. Alfano Peter G. Doubleday Lloyd W. Longenecker Susie Webb Patricia Wise Shelly Mix David Schlosberg Ruth Shiffler Donald Stewart Carol A. Tanzola Jimmy Torano Dr. Holly J. Wendell Douglas Wheeler Norman I. White Tom Wright HONORARY DIRECTORS Honorary Chairman - The Honorable Tom Wolf, Governor Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Jack R. Leisure Marilyn Webster Lewis E. Lehrman Spencer G. Nauman, Jr. INFORMATION PHONES Administrative Office (before show) (717) Fax (717) Entry Info (before show) (717) Fax (717) Horse Show Office (during show) (717) Fax (717) Feed Store (717)

6 Join us for The 2nd Annual PNHSF Therapeutic Riding Championships and Therapy Horse of the Year Friday, October 20th 2017 To make a tax deductible donation, visit Click the red KICK IN button, bottom center of home page. orse sho w hf O U N D A T I O N Charles Turnbaugh, Assisted Therapy Champion 2016 Clyde: Therapy Horse of the Year 2016 Owned by Pegasus Therapeutic Riding Academy The Pennsylvania National Horse Show Foundation is a tax-exempt non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization for the purpose of supporting projects and programs which focus on the education and training of persons in equestrian endeavors 4 Rhiannon Calp, Unassisted Therapy Champion 2016

7 OFFICIALS The following have been invited to judge. The Committee reserves the right to vary, change or add to these names should it become necessary. HUNTER JUDGES Shane George (Jr & Sr)...Magnolia, TX Hope Glynn (Jr)... Penngrove, CA Mark Jungherr (Jr & Sr)...Amesbury, MA DOVER SADDLERY/USEF MEDAL FINALS JUDGES Tamara Provost... Westfield, IN Jack Towell... Camden, SC JUMPER JUDGES Leslie Brown - FEI 3 (Sr)...Glasgow, VA Mrs. Frank Chapot (Jr)...Neshanic Station, NJ Bernardo Lopez - FEI 3 (For.)...El Salvador Jose Gamarra - FEI 3 (Sr)... Ellenton, FL Kevin Giblin - (Jr)... Wellington, FL Neil O Connor - FEI 3 (Pres)...Middleburg, VA COURSE DESIGNERS Paul Jewell (Hunters)...Ewing, NJ Steve Stephens (Jr Jumpers)...Palmetto, FL Bernardo Cabral (Sr Jumpers)...Lisbon, Portugal ANNOUNCERS Peter Doubleday...Southern Pines, NC Brian Lookabill... Georgetown, KY Kenn Marash...Harford Mills, NY PADDOCK MANAGERS Michele Markward... Williston, FL Anthony Morano...Manakin-Sabot, VA RINGMASTERS John Franzreb III... Staten Island, NY Alexandra Rheinheimer... Wellington, FL VETERINARIANS Dr. Ronald Gaeta - FEI only...(203) Dr. Robert Barber...(352) STEWARDS Maria Biancone - USEF... Roseland, NJ Mary Choate - USEF...Heath Springs, SC Karen Golding - FEI 3... Wellington, FL Julie Karpan - FEI 2... Micanopy, FL Peter Lane - FEI 2... Wellington, FL Dan Reed - FEI 2...Goshen, OH SCHOOLING SUPERVISORS Bruce Burr...Weston, CT Karen Golding... Wellington, FL Julie Karpan... Micanopy, FL Peter Lane... Wellington, FL Dan Reed...Goshen, OH Donna Rocchetti... Falls, PA FARRIERS Joe Alfano...Harrisburg, PA Scott Mohney...Harrisburg, PA ASSISTANT SECRETARIES Jean Bonsall...Lake Placid, NY Valerie Beyer...Ocala, FL Annette Longenecker...Annville, PA Jonathan Rabon...Johns Island, SC Carol Vos...Aiken, SC RING MAINTENANCE John Barker, Jr... Malvern, PA Evan Jewell... Lumberville, PA Jasen Shelley... Wellington, FL FENCE DECORATIONS On a Fence Design... Chittenango, NY STABLE MANAGER David Orlando... Wellington, FL ENTRY PROCESSING JUMPS SAFETY CUPS PHOTOGRAPHER Ryegate Show Services, Annville, PA Stephens Equestrian Design, Palmetto, FL Top Jump-Petersen Al Cook, , 5

8 HOUSING FOR 2017 PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL HORSE SHOW IS NOW OPEN! OR CALL: Hotel details including prices and availability reflect average nightly rates for room types across October 12, 2017 October 21, 2017 and are subject to change without notice. Additional fees, surcharges, taxes and other restrictions may apply. 6

9 RULES, REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES ENTRIES: CLOSING DATE: Entries must be postmarked before Midnight EST, as follows: Hunter and Jumper... Wednesday, August 23, 2017 NAL, Equitation, Side Saddle... Friday, September 1, 2017 Entries must be postmarked before midnight EST on the date shown above. Should an entry bear both a postage meter date and postmark by the Post Office Department, the Post Office date will be considered the effective date of mailing. Should an entry bear a postage meter date and no Post Office Department postmark, the metered date shall be valid only if received within seven days of the date shown. Entries sent via courier service must be entered into the courier s sytem by the courier s representative before midnight on the date shown above to be considered on time. A date and/or time entered on the waybill by the sender is not considered the official date/ time of sending. Dropping the entries into a courier pickup box does not consititute postmark until entered into the courier s sytem by their representative. All entry blanks submitted will be charged a $75.00 (nonrefundable nontransferable) Office/Admin Fee. QUALIFYING ENTRY PROCEDURE for HUNTERS & JUMPERS (exceptions) - Side Saddle & Medal Finals - for which all fees must accompany entry form Any horse applying for acceptance in a section must have shown in that section within the qualifying period, but need not have earned any points. Pennsylvania National Horse Show reserves the right to accept additional horses in the original round of acceptances to account for possible declines/scratches. If the qualifying lists are exhausted and spaces are still available in accordance with the quotas listed below, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show reserves the right to establish a waiting list and accept late entries in the order of postmark for all qualifying sections. Division entries will be considered final 5pm the night before the first class. Hunter Sections restricting entries will be based on USEF GR 915.3(b1) with points earned by horses/ponies at their best 15 shows starting on or after August 22, 2016 through shows starting on or before August 20, Management will allow the horses who were Champions at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in 2016 to show in 2017 in their respective sections, if entered and eligible. Point totals will be verified with USEF. Amateur Owner Jumpers: will qualify based USEF GR915.3(b2) based on prize money won at shows starting on or after August 22, 2016 through shows starting on or before August 20, Amateur Owners may claim only money won in 1.40m and above Amateur Owner classes. U25 Jumpers: will qualify based on USEF Developing Rider U25 Ranking dated August 26, 2017 Open Jumpers: see page 46. Approximate Number To Be Accepted Small Pony Hunters 25 Medium Pony Hunters 25 Large Pony Hunters 25 Small Junior Hunters 15 & under 25 Small Junior Hunters Large Junior Hunters 15 & under 25 Large Junior Hunters Small Junior Hunters Large Junior Hunters Green Hunters 3 20 Green Hunters Green Hunters 35 7 Approximate Number To Be Accepted 3 9 Green Hunters 20 Green Conf. Hunters 20 High Performance Hunters 20 High Performance Conf. Hunters 16 A/O Hunters A/O Hunters & Over 25 A/O Hunters A/O Hunters & Over 25 A/O Jumper 20 U25 Jumper Riders 25 Open Jumper Riders 36 COMPLETE ENCLOSED ENTRY FORM including all required USEF numbers and signatures (one horse per entry blank). Entry forms may be copied. ONLINE ENTRY available at ENCLOSE $ (non-refundable/non-transferable) ($75.00 qualifying fee, plus $75.00 Office/Administration Fee) per entry blank. BECAUSE THE PNHS USES USEF POINT TOTALS FOR THE QUALIFYING PERIOD, we urge you to send your entries early. Please ensure that your points are correct with USEF. There is no need to send lists unless there is a pending discrepancy with USEF. All point discrepancies between your total and USEF total will be resolved through USEF before acceptances are issued. Do not send USEF printouts.

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11 ACCEPTANCE LETTERS will be ed approximately September 15th to the person designated in the space provided on the entry blank. Please add as a safe sender. IN ORDER TO CONFIRM YOUR ENTRY ACCEPTANCE full payment for balance due, along with a copy of the acceptance letter, must be postmarked as indicated in the letter. INTERNET - Accepted lists will be available at and QUALIFYING FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING: Scratches received in writing by the closing date will receive a full refund, including the qualifying and office fees. OFFICE/ADMIN FEE: The non-refundable/non-transferable office fee includes the following: general parking, equine ambulance and attendants, Emergency Medical Professionals and entry processing. POST ENTRIES: No post entries except as noted. Horses showing in classes for which they are not entered will be charged DOUBLE ENTRY FEE. PRIZE MONEY: All prize money in excess of balances due will be mailed to the owner of record, unless otherwise directed, within 30 days of the completion of the show. REFUNDS: Exhibitors shall be held responsible for entry fees of all horses entered by them or their agents. Stabling, nomination and application fees will not be refunded under any circumstances. Horses entered may be scratched without a veterinarian s certificate, by written notice to the show secretary (letter, telegram, official scratch sheet, , etc.) RECEIVED by noontime EST on Monday October 2nd, entry fees will be refunded, less a $200 processing fee. Should a horse be deemed unable to compete between noon EST Monday October 2nd and noon EST Monday October 9th a scratch submitted with a veterinarian s certificate will be eligible for one-half entry fee refunded, less a $200 processing fee. No other scratches under any circumstances will be issued a refund. Unless written notification is received by noon EST Monday October 9th, no portion of entries or fees will be refunded. If a horse has shown in any class it is not eligible to receive a refund. Refunds, by check, will be mailed after the show within 30 days. REFUND AND PRIZE MONEY CHECKS NOT CASHED WITHIN 90 DAYS WILL BE CONSIDERED A DONATION TO THE PNHS FOUNDATION. A scratched entry is not entitled to any exhibitor parking passes or wristbands. FEES: Payment of all fees must be made in U.S. funds. American Express, Discover, Master- Card and Visa accepted. Open Checks are not accepted. There will be a service fee of $75.00 charged for each check or credit card returned for insufficient funds, uncollected funds, or any other reason for non payment. All financial matters regarding the 2017 Pennsylvania National Horse Show will be closed by November 15, 2017, NSF collection excepted. CROSS ENTRIES: Adult Hunter Finals: Horse/Rider Combination may not compete in any other hunter classes where fences exceed 3. Rider may not compete in any other hunter class at this show where fences are set above 3 6. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified, except AO Hunter. Riders may, if qualified, show one other horse in each AO Section. Children s Hunter Finals: Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this show, except USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final and/or Equitation Training Session. Rider may not compete in any other hunter class at this show where fences are set at 3 3 or higher, except USEF Medal Final and Equitation Training Session. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. Adult Jumper Finals: Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this show. Rider may not compete in the Amateur Owner, U25 Jumper or Open Jumper Section at this show. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. Children s Jumper Finals: Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this show, except USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final and/or Equitation Training Session Rider may not compete in the Prix de States Junior Jumper or Open Jumper Section at this show. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. Low Jr/AO Jumper Final: Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this show. Rider may not compete in the Open Jumper Section at this show. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. Riders in this class may show no more than one other horse in either the NAL Adult or Children s Jumper Finals or in the Prix de States Jr Jumper Championship or two horses in the Amateur Owner or U25 Jumper Section. 9

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13 HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: A Negative Coggins Test dated within one year is required for each entry. ALL HORSES ON THE GROUNDS MUST COMPLY WITH AND PROVIDE PROOF OF VACCINATIONS PER USEF GR845. Any additonal Health Requirements will be sent with acceptance letters. To expedite processing upon your arrival at the show, please send a copy with your entry blank or acknowledgment. NO NUMBERS WILL BE RELEASED FROM OFFICE WITHOUT COGGINS OR VACCINATION PROOF. GENERAL REGULATIONS EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFI- CATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH. 1-Pennsylvania National will adhere to USEF guidelines with regard to the minimum number of entries required to maintain a class. 2-Show Management reserves the right of declining to receive any entry and to return any entry fee and/or stable charges before or during the Show, without being liable for compensation. 3-The show will not be responsible for any accident which may occur to any rider, driver, groom or attendant, animal or equipment at the show. 4-Non-transferable admission badges will be given to all exhibitors, grooms and attendants. 5-All attendants coming in charge of horses will be subject to the order of Show Management and must have their horses ready to enter the Show Ring at least 30 minutes before the time for showing them. 6-Numbers will be provided at the Show and must appear on the entry while competing in the Show Ring. 7-No person will be allowed in the Show Ring during the time of judging except the exhibitor and those having official or requested duties to perform. 8-Exhibitors are notified that any act of discourtesy or disobedience to the judges or officials, on the part of the owner, manager, rider, driver or groom, shall disqualify the horse, and the owner shall forfeit his entry fee and other fees. 9-Show Management reserves to itself the power to prohibit any person from attending or showing a horse in the ring and to remove any groom or horse from the Show without being liable for compensation. 10-No horse will be allowed in the Show Ring except at such hours as are announced. 11-Should any questions or disputes arise that are not provided for in the foregoing rules, the same shall be referred to Show Management whose decision shall be final. 12-It is the tradition of the Show that riders and handlers be correctly attired for the class in question, that attendants be neatly dressed and the horses properly presented. Riders in all classes must wear headgear in accordance with GR801. Management may in its discretion bar any person from entering the ring if not suitably presented to appear before an audience and must bar riders without protective headgear from classes in which it is required. 13-All exhibitors must present current proof of membership with USEF and USHJA, or pay the $30 per organization show pass fee. 14-All exhibitors in the Pony and Junior Hunter Sections must present proof of current USEF measurement before numbers can be picked up. 15-In all Hunter and Equitation classes Show Management reserves the right to limit the courtesy circle with the use of a dotted line. 16-Courses for all hunter classes will be over fences consisting of brush, aiken, post and rail, in and out, stone wall, coop and white gate and will be posted 30 minues prior to classes. ARENA SIZES & FOOTING Main Arena - Poel s International Mixture- 120 x240 Inside Schooling Ring - Poel s International Mixture - 52 x150 Outside Work Area - Limestone Screenings & Jersey Sand Mixture x220 New Indoor Arena -Loam & Sand Mixture x

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15 GENERAL REGULATIONS cont d 17-A rotating jump order will be used in all classes over fences. 18-Championships will be awarded in all Hunter and Jumper Sections according to USEF rules unless otherwise noted. 19-All horses showing in the equitation, hunter or jumper divisions must present current USHJA Horse Registration. USEF Horse Recording is required for any horse showing in any jumper class where prize money is $25,000 or greater. 20-Management may fine exhibitors up to $ for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments. 21- 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), legan 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, 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 Chapter 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. 22-No Smoking is permitted in any buildings. 23-No dogs are permitted on the main concourse or in the seating sections. Dogs will not be permitted anywhere else on the premises unless restrained on a leash. 24-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 Show Pass 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. (717) (717) Fax Feed and Bedding Supplier for the 2017 Pennsylvania National Timothy Alfalfa Straw Shavings Pine Mulch Be sure to place your advance orders for in-stall delivery before you arrive. 13

16 Inspiring Education. Academics for Equestrians Work with your school s curriculum Arrange classes around your schedule Use our full- and part-time programs Palm Beach International Academy One-on-one Academics Subject Tutoring ACT/SAT Prep/College Counseling University Classes and Diplomas International Student Visas Congratulations to all students at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show BOCA RATON WELLINGTON PALM BEACH pbiafl.com Joanne Weiner, Founding & Executive Director 14

17 GENERAL INFORMATION PARCEL DELIVERIES: Management will not be held responsible for mail or parcel deliveries made to exhibitors. Items sent should be clearly marked with the name of the recipient, not just the show. Packages will be accepted beginning October 10, 2017 at the following address: NAME OF RECIPIENT PA National Horse Show 2300 North Cameron Street Harrisburg, PA Packages must be picked up in The Main Cameron Street Lobby TACK ROOM PRIZES: Tack Rooms should be functional, neat and clean. Aisles and total appearance will be considered. Elaborate decoration will be considered only in the overall appearance but will not receive special consideration. Cash Awards for places 1-3. Junior Weekend - Judged Friday, Oct. 13th Senior Week - Judged Wednesday, Oct. 18th CAMPER PARKING: Limited camper parking available with Water & 20A Electric. Order on entry blank. First come first served. Junior Weekend - $ Senior Week - $ Camper reservations received after October 1st will incur an additional charge of $150 per week. Campers that do not reserve a space with the show office prior to arrival at the show will be charged twice the normal rate. Absolutely no dumping of grey water is permitted anywhere on the grounds SPECIAL PARKING: Limited Reserved Parking adjacent to stable buildings for passenger cars-$ Jr. Weekend (Oct 11-15); $ Sr. Week (Oct 16-21). General parking in the lot adjacent to the Expo Hall is offered free of charge. STABLING INFORMATION No stall will be assigned unless pre-paid in full. Stall fees are non-refundable. No stall will be allotted without a completed entry blank and office fee paid. Stall fees: Box stalls are temporary vinyl, with doors, 9 x 9 ; housed in permanent buildings. STALLS MAY NOT BE DISASSEMBLED OR ALTERED. Exhibitors are responsible for any damage to stalls. No bedding provided. Horses residing in a stall and not competing in any classes, will be charged a $100 non-showing fee, plus the $75 office fee and must provide proof of vaccinations and coggnins to the show office. Junior Weekend Box Stalls-October $ Senior Week Box Stalls-October $ FEI Senior Week Box Stalls-October $ Overnight Box Stalls-(if available)-will not be cleaned out. Overnight stalls are available after 5 PM and must be vacated by 5 PM the following day. $ Due to another show prior to the PNHS, Junior Weekend stalls will not be available before 8:00 AM, Wednesday, October 11. All Junior Weekend stalls must be vacated not later than 6:00 PM, Sunday, October 15. VETERINARY AND FARRIER SERVICES: Phone numbers will be posted in Stable Manager s Office during this show. The Pennsylvania National Horse Show provides official veterinary and farrier services for the convenience of the exhibitors. Visiting veterinarians and farriers are also welcome; however, they must register with the Horse Show veterinarian or farrier respectively upon arrival where they will be given a designated parking pass and directed to authorized service areas. POLING: MANUAL POLING and/or the use of bamboo pole offsets is prohibited. Any rider or trainer who is found poling or using offsets, as well as the horse or pony involved, will be immediately eliminated from the class where the incident occurred, be suspended from further showing for a twenty-four hour period starting from the time of the incident and will forfeit all entry fees. 15

18 2017 Pennsylvania National Horse Show Sponsors SPECIAL THANKS TO: The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund Garland Alban/The Alban Family Beechwood Stables The W. Dale Brougher Foundation Dauphin County Economic Development Corporation Doubleday Foundation The EMO Agency Equithrive FarmVet Goshen Hill and Caroline Moran Grand Prix Tutoring Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar Horseshoe Trail Farm The Ingram Family Johnson Horse Transportation The Kinsley Foundation The Lignelli Family Lannie Lipson Missy Luczak-Smith Morgan Stanley Beshore, Owen, Thomas Group NAL - North American League Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare Palm Beach International Academy Peacock Ridge Farm Plastic Surgery Associates Dr. Csaba Magassy Professional Insurance Services Inc. Roundtop Family Resort Signature Academics Smyth Jewelers Southern States Trump Lawn and Landscape The James V. Tanzola Family Upper Echelon Academy Wilmington Trust Winter Gardens Quality Food World Equestrian Center Yanmar America Corporation 16

19 2017 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, :30 A.M. 22 Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under 23 Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under - Handy 27 Small Junior Hunter, 16 and Small Junior Hunter, 16 and 17 - Handy 32 Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under 33 Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under - Handy 37 Large Junior Hunter, 16 and Large Junior Hunter, 16 and 17 - Handy 47 Small Junior Hunter Large Junior Hunter Small Junior Hunter Handy 53 Large Junior Hunter Handy 21 Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under, Under Saddle 26 Small Junior Hunter, 16 and 17, Under Saddle 31 Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under, Under Saddle 36 Large Junior Hunter, 16 and 17, Under Saddle 46 Small Junior Hunter 3 3, Under Saddle 51 Large Junior Hunter 3 3, Under Saddle 221 Neue Schule/USEF Junior Jumper Individual Phase I FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, :30 A.M. 24 Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under 25 Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under, Champion 29 Small Junior Hunter, 16 and Small Junior Hunter, 16 and 17, Champion 34 Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under 35 Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under, Champion 39 Large Junior Hunter, 16 and Large Junior Hunter, 16 and 17, Champion 49 Small Junior Hunter Small Junior Hunter 3 3, Champion 54 Large Junior Hunter Large Junior Hunter 3 3, Champion 2 Small Pony Conformation Hunter 3 Small Pony Hunter - Handy 7 Medium Pony Conformation Hunter 8 Medium Pony Hunter - Handy 12 Large Pony Conformation Hunter 13 Large Pony Hunter - Handy 222 Neue Schule/USEF Prix des States & Individual Phase II 17

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21 2017 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, :00 A.M. 57 Donna Richardson Equitation Training Session 1 Small Pony Hunter Under Saddle 6 Medium Pony Hunter Under Saddle 11 Large Pony Hunter Under Saddle 223 William C. Steinkraus Style Award 41 High Point Small Junior Hunter Presentation 42 High Point Large Junior Hunter Presentation 43 Junior Working Hunter Grand Championship Presentation 44 Trainer s Award Junior Weekend Tackroom Award Presentation 18 PNHS Junior Hunter Rider Sportsmanship Award 59 Best Junior Rider, Horse 224 Neue Schule/USEF Junior Jumper Individual Phase III 225 Neue Schule/USEF Junior Jumper Overall Awards 4 Small Pony Hunter 5 Small Pony Hunter Championship 9 Medium Pony Hunter 10 Medium Pony Hunter Championship 14 Large Pony Hunter 15 Large Pony Hunter Championship 16 Grand Champion Pony Hunter 20 Best Junior Rider, Pony 17 PNHS Pony Rider Sportsmanship Award SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, :00 A.M. 56 Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final - Preliminary Round SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, :00 P.M. (TENTATIVE) 56 Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final 58 Best Equitation Horse Award EMO HIGH FIVE AWARDS Will be presented to the highest scored hunter trip in the following categories: Pony Hunter Junior Hunter Amateur Owner Hunter Professional Hunter Overall High Score 19

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23 2017 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, :00 A.M. 62 Green Hunter Green Hunter Handy 72 Green Hunter Green Hunter Handy 82 High Performance Working Hunter 83 High Performance Working Hunter - Handy 234 North American League Childrens Hunter Finals 235 North American League Adult Hunter Finals MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, :30 P.M. 301 Field Hunters 35 & Under 302 Field Hunters Over 35 Parade of Foxhounds 304 Gentleman s Hunter Under Saddle 303 Ladies Hunter Under Saddle 307 Leading Lady Rider Award 305 Hunt Teams 306 Hunt Night Championship TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, :00 A.M. 64 Green Hunter Green Hunter Green Hunter Green Hunter High Performance Working Hunter 85 High Performance Working Hunter 61 Green Hunter 3 6 Under Saddle 66 Green Hunter 3 6 Championship 71 Green Hunter 3 9 Under Saddle 76 Green Hunter 3 9 Championship 77 Grand Green Hunter Championship 81 High Performance Working Under Saddle 86 High Performance Working Hunter Championship 112 Green Hunter Green Hunter Green Hunter Green Hunter Green Hunter 3 Under Saddle 121 Green Hunter 3 3 Under Saddle 171 Ladies Sidesaddle Under Saddle 173 Ladies Sidesaddle Over Fences 172 Ladies Sidesaddle Hack 174 Ladies Sidesaddle Championship 21

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25 2017 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, :00 A.M. 90 Model Green Conformation 100 Model High Performance Conformation 92 Green Conformation 93 Green Conformation - Handy 102 High Performance Conformation 103 High Performance Conformation - Handy 114 Green Hunter Green Hunter 3 ** 116 Green Hunter 3 Championship 124 Green Hunter Green Hunter 3 3 ** 127 USHJA Green Incentive Stake (**run concurrently with 115 & 125) 126 Green Hunter 3 3 Championship 201 $5, m Speed Challenge, III 205 $7, m Commonwealth Classic, 2(a) 226 $1,500 AO Jumper, II, 2(a) WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, :30 P.M. 202 $10, m Dash for the Cash, II $3,000 U25 Jumper, II 2(a) THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, :00 A.M. 94 Green Conformation 95 Green Conformation 104 High Performance Conformation 105 High Performance Conformation 91 Green Conformation Under Saddle 96 Green Conformation Hunter Championship 101 High Performance Conformation Under Saddle 106 High Performance Conformation Hunter Championship 107 Grand Champion Hunter 108 Leading Hunter Rider 152 Amateur Owner Hunter Amateur Owner Hunter Handy 162 Amateur Owner Hunter & Over 163 Amateur Owner Hunter & Over - Handy 151 Amateur Owner Hunter 3 3 Under Saddle Amateur Owner Hunter 3 3 Under Saddle 36 & Over 203 $5, m Harrisburg Sprint, II, $3,000 U25 Jumper, II, $1,500 AO Jumper, II, 1 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, :30 P.M. 212 $40,000 Pennsylvania Big Jump, Senior Week Tackroom Award Presentation Special Attraction The Pennsylvania National Horse Show welcomes all exhibitors and invites them to enjoy the exhibitor lounge on the lower concourse. 23

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27 2017 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, :00 A.M. 154 Amateur Owner Hunter Amateur Owner Hunter 3 3, Formal Attire Amateur Owner Hunter 3 3 Championship Amateur Owner Hunter & Over 165 Amateur Owner Hunter 3 3, Formal Attire 36 & Over 166 Amateur Owner Hunter 3 3 Championship 36 & Over 167 Grand Amateur-Owner Hunter 3 3 Championship 132 Amateur Owner Hunter, Amateur Owner Hunter, Handy 142 Amateur Owner Hunter, 36 & Over 143 Amateur Owner Hunter, 36 & Over - Handy 141 Amateur Owner Hunter Under Saddle, 36 & Over 131 Amateur Owner Hunter Under Saddle, Therapeutic Riding Championship 228 $10,000 Show Jumping Hall of Fame AO Jumper Classic, II, 2(a) 229 Amateur Owner Jumper Championship 230 Amateur Owner Jumper Leading Rider 204 $7, m Susquehanna Stake, II, 2(a) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, :00 P.M. 211 $35,000 Keystone Classic Speed Stake, presented by The World Equestrian Center 206 Open Jumper Speed Championship Special Attraction SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, :30 A.M. 134 Amateur Owner Hunter, Amateur Owner Hunter, Formal Attire, Amateur Owner Hunter Championship, Amateur Owner Hunter, 36 & Over 145 Amateur Owner Hunter, Formal Attire, 36 & Over 146 Amateur Owner Hunter Championship, 36 & Over 147 Grand Amateur Owner Hunter Championship 148 Grand Amateur Owner Hunter Groom s Award SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, :00 P.M. 231 North American League Childrens Jumper Finals presented by EquiFit 232 North American League Adult Jumper Finals presented by SmartPak 233 North American League Low Jr/AO Jumper Finals 218 $20,000 U25 Jumper Classic, II 2a 219 U25 Jumper Championship 220 U25 Jumper Leading Rider SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, :30 P.M. 213 $100,000 Grand Prix de Penn National, presented by the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund 214 CARETAKER AWARD 207 Open Jumper Championship 208 Leading Rider Award for Open Jumper 209 Leading Lady Jumper Rider Award 25

28 JUNIOR EXHIBITOR DIVISIONS Open to children who have not reached their 18th birthday. GR126 The Prize Money Purses in the JUNIOR and PONY HUNTER Divisions will be distributed as follows. PURSE 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th $2, $3, HUNTER PONY DIVISION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. No rider may ride more than a total of three ponies, two ponies in a section. (You may enter as many ponies as you wish). THE ENTRY FEE FOR EACH SECTION IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED SEE ALSO CLASS 26, BEST CHILD RIDER, PONY $12,500 SMALL PONY HUNTER SECTION Not exceeding 12.2 hands; Fences 2 3 CLASS NO. 1 $3,125 SMALL PONY HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 2, 3 (HANDY), 4 $3,125 SMALL PONY HUNTER 25% Conformation in Class 2. CLASS NO. 5 SMALL PONY HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP $12,500 MEDIUM PONY HUNTER SECTION Over 12.2 and not to exceed 13.2 hands; Fences 2 6 CLASS NO. 6 $3,125 MEDIUM PONY HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 7, 8 (HANDY), 9 $3,125 MEDIUM PONY HUNTER 25% Conformation in Class 7. CLASS NO. 10 MEDIUM PONY HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP The Swamp Girl Challenge Trophy donated by Brooks & Streett Moore 26

29 $12,500 LARGE PONY HUNTER SECTION Over 13.2 and not to exceed 14.2 hands; Fences 3 CLASS NO. 11 $3,125 LARGE PONY HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 12, 13 (HANDY), 14 $3,125 LARGE PONY HUNTER 25% Conformation in Class 12. CLASS NO. 15 LARGE PONY HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP The Cloud Nine Challenge Trophy donated by Jenny Boal CLASS NO. 16 PONY HUNTER GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP The Francis E. Armstrong Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by his family In case of a tie, the winner will be decided on the basis of HU149. CLASS NO. 17 PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL HORSE SHOW PONY RIDER SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD NO ENTRY FEE To be awarded to the junior exhibitor entered and showing in the Pony Hunter Division who, in the opinion of a secret panel of judges, exhibits the highest degree of sportsmanship at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. A bird s eye view of the Main Arena from the EMO Agency Terrace Tables Reserve a table for 6! Junior Weekend, Oct $ 1,200. Medal Sunday, Oct. 15 $ 400. Adult Week, Oct $ 1,200. Grand Prix Night, Oct. 21 $ 500. Enter at portal 28 (near announcer s stand) Please RSVP to or or call

30 JUNIOR HUNTER 3 6 SECTION THE ENTRY FEE FOR ANY SECTION IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED SEE ALSO CLASS 59, BEST CHILD RIDER, HORSE See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. Points won at best 15 shows in a single height section will be considered. Entries will be qualified and accepted in only the height and age section entered and may not change sections for any reason. Jumps 3 6. $12,500 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER RIDERS 15 AND UNDER CLASS NO. 21 $3,125 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER, UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 22, 23 (HANDY), 24 $3,125 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER CLASS NO. 25 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER CHAMPION The Gabriel/Night Owl Challenge Trophy donated by Susan Schoellkopf and Helen Lenahan $12,500 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER RIDERS 16 AND 17 CLASS NO. 26 $3,125 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17, UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 27, 28 (HANDY), 29 $3,125 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17 CLASS NO. 30 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17 CHAMPION The Tindle Perpetual Trophy donated by The Robert D. Haas Family CLASS NO. 41 HIGH POINT SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER The Magic Word Trophy donated by Karen Kay CLASS NO. 18 PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL HORSE SHOW JUNIOR HUNTER RIDER SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD NO ENTRY FEE To be awarded to the junior exhibitor entered and showing in the Junior Hunter Division who, in the opinion of a secret panel of judges, exhibits the highest degree of sportsmanship at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. 28

31 $12,500 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER RIDERS 15 AND UNDER CLASS NO. 31 $3,125 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER, UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 32, 33 (HANDY), 34 $3,125 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER CLASS NO. 35 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER CHAMPION The Irene L. Armstrong Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by her family $12,500 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER RIDERS 16 AND 17 CLASS NO. 36 $3,125 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17, UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 37, 38 (HANDY), 39 $3,125 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17 CLASS NO. 40 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17 CHAMPION The John Bryner, Jr. Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by the Bedard Family CLASS NO. 42 HIGH POINT LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER The Lake Erie College Challenge Trophy donated by Lake Erie College CLASS NO. 43 JUNIOR HUNTER GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP The Beaufort Hunt Challenge Trophy donated by Hunt Members. In case of a tie, the winner will be decided on the basis of HU149. CLASS NO. 44 GRAND JUNIOR HUNTER TRAINERS AWARD Awarded to the trainer of the Grand Junior Hunter. The Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund is a private, charitable fund. It accepts grant proposals for the benefit of charitable, educational, or scientific purposes, exclusively from tax-exempt, charitable organizations. The issues where the Fund focuses its resources reflect Lindsay s personal priorities and values: improving the lives of children with special needs; enabling access opportunities to education; and providing care, compassion, and protection to animals. 29

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33 JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3 SECTION THE ENTRY FEE FOR ANY SECTION IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED SEE ALSO CLASS 59, BEST CHILD RIDER, HORSE See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. Points won at best 15 shows in a single height section will be considered. Jumps 3 3. $10,000 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3 CLASS NO. 46 $2,500 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3, UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 47, 48 (HANDY), 49 $2,500 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3 CLASS NO. 50 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3, CHAMPION $10,000 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3 CLASS NO. 51 $2,500 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3, UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 52, 53 (HANDY), 54 $2,500 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3 CLASS NO. 55 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3, CHAMPION Zone 2 Hunter Finals October 22, 23, PA State Farm Show Complex & Expo Center 2300 North Cameron Street Harrisburg, PA For a prize list, visit or call

34 HUNTER SEAT EQUITATION DIVISION All horses participating in the USEF Hunter Seat Medal Finals (including any additional horses for possible substitution) must be entered in the show office and pay the fees due by Thursday, October 12th at 5:00 p.m. EST. Spare Equitation horses will be charged a fee of $100, plus the cost of a junior weekend stall and office fees. The competition rider must declare their mount for the training session in the show office by 12:00 p.m. on Friday, October 13th. All equitation horse paperwork must be completed by noon Friday, October 13th. Riders may change horses before the start of the training session or USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final, provided the new horse was entered/declared as an equitation horse, as noted herein. All horses participating in the USEF Hunter Seat Medal Finals are required to be stabled on the competition grounds beginning at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 13th and must remain on the competition grounds until the conclusion of the Medal Finals or until the rider has been eliminated from further testing. Horses are required to display the competition number at all times when the horse is outside of its stall. In the large schooling area, only Medal riders/trainers will be allowed until the completion of the Medal Finals. Additional schooling times/restrictions will be sent with acknowledgement letters and posted online. Steve Stephens-Medal Course Designer Bev Bedard-USEF Representative Robin Fairclough-USHJA Equitation Task Force Representative The Equitation Task Force approved specifications for the Finals are posted on the USEF website (https://www. usef.org/compete/disciplines/hunter-seat-equitation/2017-dover-saddleryusef-hunter-seat-medal-final). CLASS NO. 56 THE ADRIAN VAN SINDEREN TROPHY Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final ENTRY FEE $ Trophy and Ten Ribbons Entry and stall fees must be included with entry. Open to Junior members of USEF who have qualified under EQ110. Exhibitor must list on entry blank shows at which qualifying points were won. To be shown over a special course designed by the Judges. Course will be posted at least one hour before the class. The judges must call back entries for the workout. Two or more tests of the top four contestants are required. Tests Only one rider per horse. The name of the winner will be engraved upon the Adrian Van Sinderen Trophy. The perpetual trophy will be presented in the ring and the winner will receive a memento for permanent possession. Under no circumstances will entry, stall or any other fees be refunded to those who are not eligible to compete in this class. DO NOT ENTER IF NOT QUALIFIED. CLASS NO. 57 THE DONNA RICHARDSON EQUITATION TRAINING SESSION (EQUITATION RIDERS ONLY) ENTRY FEE $ Open only to Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final competitors. Each qualifed rider may show only one horse.. Each qualified rider will be allowed 90 seconds in the arena. A representative course of equitation fences will be constructed at 3 6. No set course plan. Jumps to be jumped in the proper direction. No trainers allowed in the arena. Order of go will be drawn. CLASS NO. 58 BEST EQUITATION HORSE AWARD The Doris H. Clark Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Missy Clark Awarded to the horse exhibiting in the Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final, who in the opinion of the judges, is the best equitation horse. 32

35 CLASS NO. 59 BEST JUNIOR RIDER, HORSE The Maxine Best Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by The Shahinian Family ENTRY FEE $30.00 Trophy and Four Ribbons POST ENTRY FEE $45.00 To include all riders on horses showing in Classes 21 through 39. No rider shall be eligible who has not ridden in at least two classes. May not also enter Class 51. ENTER ON OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK. CLASS NO. 20 BEST JUNIOR RIDER, PONY The Sunnyside Up Challenge Trophy donated by Winn Reid ENTRY FEE $30.00 Trophy and Four Ribbons POST ENTRY FEE $45.00 To include all riders on ponies showing in Classes 1 through 14. No rider shall be eligible who has not ridden in at least two classes. May not also enter Class 50. ENTER ON OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK THE Claire Mawdsley scholarship and rider recognition program Rewarding exhibitors in the Junior Hunter Divisions who attend a traditional brick & mortar high school on a full-time basis. Scholarships and ribbons awarded to the top-placing eligible exhibitors. Details on contributing or applying available at Exhibitors Tab. 33

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37 HUNTER DIVISION DESCRIPTION OF COURSES-Courses for all hunter classes will be over fences consisting of brush, aiken, post and rail, in and out, stone wall, coop and white gate and will be posted 1 hour prior to classes. The Prize Money Purses will be distributed as follows in the HUNTER DIVISION. PURSE 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th $ R R $1, $2, $2, $12,500 GREEN HUNTER 3 6 SECTION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 61 THROUGH 65 IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED CLASS NO. 61 $2,500 GREEN HUNTER 3 6 UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 62, 63 (HANDY), 64, 65 $2,500 GREEN HUNTER 3 6 CLASS NO. 66 GREEN HUNTER 3 6 CHAMPIONSHIP The Frances Newbill Rowe Challenge Trophy donated by Her Friends $12,500 GREEN HUNTER 3 9 SECTION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 71 THROUGH 75 IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED CLASS NO. 71 $2,500 GREEN HUNTER 3 9 UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 72, 73 (HANDY), 74, 75 $2,500 GREEN HUNTER 3 9 CLASS NO. 76 GREEN HUNTER 3 9 CHAMPIONSHIP The John R. Sterling Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by The Pennsylvania National Horse Show. CLASS NO. 77 GREEN HUNTER GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP The Kimberton Hills Challenge Trophy donated by Mrs. H.A.W. Myrin. 35

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39 $12,550 HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER SECTION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. Fences 4. THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 81 THROUGH 85 IS $ Individual classes may be entered by horses already accepted in another section with a class entry fee of 10% of the class prize money. CLASS NO. 81 $2,510 HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 82, 83 (HANDY), $2,510 HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER CLASS NO. 86 HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP The Cismont Manor Farm Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth M. Wheeler $12,500 GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER SECTION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. Open to first year green horses. Fences 3 6. To be judged on performance and soundness, 70%; conformation, 30%. THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 91 THROUGH 95 IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED EXCEPT CLASS 90 WHICH MUST BE ENTERED SEPARATELY CLASS NO. 90 MODEL GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER NO ENTRY FEE CLASS NO. 91 $2,500 GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 92, 93 (HANDY), 94, 95 $2,500 GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER CLASS NO. 96 GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP The Wild Air Farms Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester Johnson, Jr., Retired and returned to competition by Mrs. Haywood Nelms, Jr Show Dates October

40 $6,250 HIGH PERFORMANCE CONFORMATION HUNTER SECTION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. Fences 3 9. To be judged on performance and soundness, 70%; conformation; 30%. THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 101 THROUGH 105 IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED EXCEPT CLASS 100 WHICH MUST BE ENTERED SEPARATELY CLASS NO. 100 MODEL HIGH PERFORMANCE CONFORMATION HUNTER NO ENTRY FEE CLASS NO. 101 $1,250 HIGH PERFORMANCE CONFORMATION HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 102, 103 (HANDY), 104, 105 $1,250 HIGH PERFORMANCE CONFORMATION HUNTER CLASS NO. 106 HIGH PERFORMANCE CONFORMATION HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP The Stocking Stuffer Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. August A. Busch, Jr. & Cismont Manor Farm CLASS NO. 107 GRAND CHAMPION HUNTER The Beaufort Hunt Perpetual Trophy donated by Col. & Mrs. J. B. Hollis, Jr. in Memory of Shari Hollis This award will be presented to the horse which has accumulated the greatest number of points in one of the following sections throughout the show: Green Conformation, High Performance Conformation, Green 3 6, Green 3 9 or High Performance Working. In case of a tie, the winner will be decided on the basis of HU149. Points won in Model Classes will not count toward the Grand Hunter Championship. Sections which do not maintain a minimum of 8 ribbons awarded in all classes will not have their points counted towards the grand hunter championship. CLASS NO. 108 LEADING HUNTER RIDER AWARD This award will be presented to the rider who has accumulated the greatest number of points in one of the following sections throughout the show: Green Conformation, High Performance Conformation, Green 3 6, Green 3 9 or High Performance Working. Points won in Model Classes will not count. If a rider rides more than one horse in a class, only the points on the top placed horse will count. Sections which do not maintain a minimum of 8 ribbons awarded in all classes will not have their points counted towards this award. ATTENTION DOG OWNERS The administration of the Farm Show Arena will NOT permit dogs in the public areas of the Horse Show facilities. Dogs on the Farm Show property MUST be kept caged or on a leash. Dogs in violation of either of these rules will be collected by the Humane Society and held for the owner, who will be fined $ If you do not intend to abide by these rules, DO NOT bring your dog(s) to the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. 38

41 $12,500 GREEN 3 and 3 3 HUNTER SECTION Open to the first 20 horses entered per section based on postmark date of entry blank or date entry submitted online at horseshowsonline.com. Riders are limited to 2 horses per section. Horses must have shown in a Green 3 or 3 3 Section at a USEF Recognized show within the qualifying period for hunters. Horses must comply with HU106.3(a) To be judged on performance, soundness and way of going. Horses not to jog. Fences 3 and 3 3. SECTION ENTRY FEE IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED CLASS NO. 111 $1,250 GREEN 3 HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 112, 113, 114, 115 $1,250 GREEN 3 HUNTER CLASS NO. 116 GREEN 3 HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP $6,250 GREEN HUNTER 3 $6,250 GREEN HUNTER 3 3 CLASS NO. 121 $1,250 GREEN 3 3 HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 122, 123, 124, 125 $1,250 GREEN 3 3 HUNTER CLASS NO. 126 GREEN 3 3 HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP CLASS NO. 127 $15,000 USHJA GREEN INCENTIVE STAKE $3,900 $3,000 $2,100 $1,500 $1,050 $750 $600 $600 $450 $450 $300 $300 No entry fee. The USHJA $20 fee will be added to all entries. Open to Green Horses that have been enrolled in the USHJA Green Incentive Program (www.ushja.org) and must be registered with USHJA and recorded with USEF. Will run concurrently with the last over fences class of each Green 3 and 3 3 Section. Horses must be entered in the Green 3 or 3 3 Section to be eligible. Open numerical scoring. Complete specs and judging procedure available in the horse show office or at ushja.org. Fences 3 and 3 3. Will not jog. Al Cook is the exclusive photographer for the 2017 Pennsylvania National Horse Show. Any other commercial photography, or advertisement thereof, taken of subjects within the confines of the show ring without prior written consent from show management is expressly forbidden. Violation of this rule will be grounds for removal from the show premises. 39

42 Our Sincere Thank You to the following for donating awards to the 2017 show Back on Track The Clothes Horse C.M. Hadfield s Saddlery Der Dau Custom Boots The EMO Agency Essex Classics FarmVet Fowler Tack Trunks Platinum Performance Ryegate Show Services Signature Spurs Tailored Sportsman Trump Lawn and Land Co. Vibershield Technologies 40

43 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER SECTION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. No more than 2 horses per rider will be accepted in the AO Hunter section. (You may enter as many horses as you wish). THE ENTRY FEE FOR EITHER SECTION IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED $12,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER, RIDERS 18 TO 35 YEARS OF AGE CLASS NO. 131 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER, 18 to 35 UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 132, 133 (HANDY), 134 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER, 18 to 35 CLASS NO. 135 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER, 18 to 35, FORMAL HUNTING ATTIRE Formal hunting attire is requested. CLASS NO. 136 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP, 18 to 35 The Wintarra Ring Perpetual Trophy donated by Marylisa Nicholson and Rolling Acres Farm. $12,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER, RIDERS 36 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER CLASS NO. 141 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER, 36 & OVER UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 142, 143 (HANDY), 144 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER, 36 & OVER CLASS NO. 145 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER, 36 & OVER, FORMAL HUNTING ATTIRE Formal hunting attire is requested. CLASS NO. 146 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP 36 & OVER The Carlos F. Bodwell Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Mrs. Carlos F. Bodwell CLASS NO. 147 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP The Legend Has It Perpetual Trophy donated by Marylisa Nicholson and Rolling Acres Farm. CLASS NO. 148 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER GROOMS AWARD The Prince Charming Award donated by Caroline Moran This award will be presented to the groom of the Grand Champion Amateur Owner Hunter. 41

44 This show offers one or more classes that are recognized by the North American League In order for riders to receive credit, they must be a current member. Membership is valid for the qualifying year and entitles the rider to earn points on one or more horses shown in accredited classes. National Finals are held at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. West Coast Finals are held at the International Jumping Festival. Please complete and mail the application with payment to: Received Check # 42

45 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER SECTION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. No more than 2 horses per rider will be accepted in the AO 3 3 Hunter section. Riders may show one horse in the NAL Adult Hunter Finals and one horse in the AO 3 3 Hunter Section provided both are eligible and accepted. (You may enter as many horses as you wish). SECTION ENTRY FEE IS $ INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED $12,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER 3 3, RIDERS 18 TO 35 YEARS OF AGE CLASS NO. 151 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER, 18 to 35, UNDER SADDLE CLASS NO. 152, 153 (HANDY), 154 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER, 18 to 35 CLASS NO. 155 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER, 18 to 35, FORMAL HUNTING ATTIRE Formal hunting attire is requested. CLASS NO. 156 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP, 18 to 35 $12,500 AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER 3 3, RIDERS 36 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER CLASS NO. 161 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER, UNDER SADDLE, 36 & OVER CLASS NO. 162, 163 (HANDY), 164 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER, 36 & OVER CLASS NO. 165 $2,500 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER, 36 & OVER, FORMAL HUNTING ATTIRE Formal hunting attire is requested. CLASS NO. 166 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP, 36 & OVER CLASS NO. 167 AMATEUR OWNER 3 3 HUNTER GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP The show committee requires that all horses and ponies stabled on the grounds must remain on the grounds from midnight prior to the start of the first class in their respective section until the conclusion of that section. (Exception: US Medal Final where more restrictive rules apply). Anyone found in violation will be barred from participation in any classes on the day of the infraction. 43

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47 SIDESADDLE SECTION RESTRICTED TO RIDERS WHO ARE NO LONGER ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE AS A JUNIOR EXHIBITOR. This section is exempt from the qualifying fee. All fees must accompany entry. LIMITED OVERNIGHT STABLING MAY BE AVAILABLE -$ per stall. Stall will not be cleaned between occupants. CLASS NO. 171 $300 LADIES HUNTER SIDESADDLE UNDER SADDLE ENTRY FEE $50.00 To be shown at a walk, trot and canter in formal hunting attire. To be judged 75% on performance with special emphasis on manners, style and way of moving, and 25% on appointments, formal hunting attire and general overall appearance of horse and rider. Certain jumps will remain in the arena during this class. CLASS NO. 172 $300 LADIES HUNTER SIDESADDLE HACK ENTRY FEE $50.00 The Sallie Jones Sexton Perpetual Trophy donated by Alexis A. Flippen To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. judges may ask for a hand gallop but no more than eight to hand gallop at one time. To jump 2 fences at 2 6. To be judged on performance and soundness with an emphasis on manners. Under saddle performance to count 50%, over fences performance to count 50%. CLASS NO. 173 $300 LADIES HUNTER SIDESADDLE OVER FENCES ENTRY FEE $50.00 To be judged on performance, manners and way of going over at least eight fences 3 in height. To fill a class, three competitors must complete the course. CLASS NO. 174 LADIES HUNTER, SIDESADDLE CHAMPIONSHIP The Grand Duchess Perpetual Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Hornberger and Miss Patty Perkins The Champion and Reserve Champion title shall be awarded to the 2 horses which have acquired the most points in Classes 171, 172 and 173. In case of a tie, horses are to hack off for Champion and Reserve Show Dates October

48 JUMPER DIVISION ALL HORSES MUST BE REGISTERED WITH USHJA. DESCRIPTION OF COURSES: Courses in the Jumper Division will consist of brush, white pole, striped pole, oxers, panels with pole, white gate, stone wall, triple bar, double in and out and triple in and out. TIES: Ties involving first place in the Jumper Division must be jumped off (See JP142 & 145.3). Horses that are tied for other than first place will be placed based on their time in the first round. AWARDS: Management requests the top six riders in all classes to ride for awards. ATTIRE: Formal Attire per USEF rules required for all classes, unless otherwise noted. Protective headgear must be worn. ENTRIES: Entries will be limited in all sections. See page 7, Qualifying Entries. The Prize Money Purses will be distributed as follows in the JUMPER DIVISION. PURSE 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th $1, $3, $5, ,500 1, $7, ,100 1, $10, ,000 2,000 1,500 1, OPEN JUMPER SECTION We will accept approximately 36 riders. Riders will be accepted as follows: 28 riders based on their points in the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List dated August 20, 2017; 7 foreign riders based on their ranking from the Longines FEI World Ranking List as of September 1, One rider may be accepted as wildcard, at the discretion of management. Each rider accepted will be able to show a total of 4 horses. Riders are limited to two horses per class. A Nomination Fee of $ for the section must be paid for each horse by the date indicated on the acceptance paperwork. The Showing Fee is indicated for each class. Riders and Trainers must be properly attired for each course walk. TIME: Based on 375 meters per minute unless noted. CLASS NO. 201 $5,000 SPEED CHALLENGE, FAULTS CONVERTED INTO SECONDS, Table III m SHOWING FEE $175 Proper Attire. CLASS NO. 202 $10,000 DASH FOR THE CASH, Table II, m SHOWING FEE $325 Proper Attire. CLASS NO. 203 $5,000 HARRISBURG SPRINT, Table II, Sec m SHOWING FEE $175 Proper Attire. CLASS NO. 204 $7,500 SUSQUEHANNA STAKE, Table II, Sec. 2(a) m SHOWING FEE $275 Proper Attire. CLASS NO. 205 $7,500 COMMONWEALTH CLASSIC, Table II, Sec. 2(a) m SHOWING FEE $275 Proper Attire. 46

49 CLASS NO. 206 OPEN JUMPER SPEED CHAMPIONSHIP The Showday Farm Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ziff To be awarded to the horse with the greatest number of points. Point values as follows: Classes = /2 and 211= CLASS NO. 207 OPEN JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP The William J. Cawley Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Brian G. Cawley The Champion and Reserve Champion titles shall be awarded to the two horses with the greatest number of points. Point value as follows: Classes 204, 205 & 212= /2; Class 213= CLASS NO. 208 LEADING RIDER AWARD FOR OPEN JUMPER The Hunterdon Challenge Trophy donated by Hunterdon, Inc. The title will be awarded to the rider gaining the greatest number of points in Open Jumper classes as follows: Classes & 211= /2 Classes 212= Class 213= CLASS NO. 209 LEADING LADY RIDER AWARD FOR OPEN JUMPER The Wissie Brede Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by Debbie Stephens, Jeff Wirthman & Tom Wright The title will be awarded to the female rider gaining the greatest number of points in Open Jumper classes as follows: Classes & 211= /2 Classes 212= Class 213= A bird s eye view of the Main Arena from the 47 EMO Agency Terrace Tables Reserve a table for 6! Junior Weekend, Oct $ 1,200. Medal Sunday, Oct. 15 $ 400. Adult Week, Oct $ 1,200. Grand Prix Night, Oct. 21 $ 500. Enter at portal 28 (near announcer s stand) Please RSVP to or or call

50 FEI CLASSES The following apply to all competitors in Classes JOG/HORSE INSPECTION: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18TH, 5:00 P.M., EQUINE ARENA PLEASE SEE FEI DEFINITE SCHEDULE FOR DETAILS CLASS NO. 211 $35,000 KEYSTONE CLASSIC, FEI Table A, m presented by The World Equestrian Center SHOWING FEE $450 $11,550 $7,000 $5,250 $3,500 $2,100 $1,575 $1,050 $875 $700 $700 $350 $350 Longines FEI World Ranking Class Speed 350 m/min. National Standard. FEI Formal Attire Required. Declarations are due by 6:00 p.m., Thur., October 19. CLASS NO. 212 $40,000 BIG JUMP, TIME FIRST JUMP-OFF, FEI The Second Cannabis Challenge Trophy donated by Dr. Jay B. Stauffer SHOWING FEE $525 $13,200 $8,000 $6,000 $4,000 $2,400 $1,800 $1,200 $1,000 $800 $800 $400 $400 Longines FEI World Ranking Class Speed 350 m/min. National Standard. FEI Formal Attire Required. Declarations are due by 6:00 p.m., Wed., October 18. CLASS NO. 213 $100,000 PRIX de PENN NATIONAL GRAND PRIX, FEI , Mixed Competition, presented by the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund The Harrisburg Kiwanis Club Challenge Trophy donated by the Harrisburg Kiwanis Club. SHOWING FEE $1,000 $33,000 $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 $6,000 $4,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 $2,000 $1,000 $1,000 Longines FEI World Ranking Class To be scored under FEI Article , Mixed Competitions.. Time First Jump-Off. Speed 350 m/min. International Standard. A rider may qualify for this class if they are one of the top 10 ranked US riders on the FEI World Ranking List as of October 1, FEI Formal Attire Required. Declarations are due 6:00 p.m., Fri., October 20. Declared entries will be divided into two groups. There will be a draw to establish the starting order in each group. The top Athletes on the most recent Longines Ranking List are permitted to start in the last group. Last year s winner, if properly entered and declared, will go last. CLASS NO. 214 CARETAKER AWARD Moira Jane Caffarey Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Her Friends The George L. Hennessy Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by His Friends Awarded to the caretaker of the Prix de Penn National winning horse. All Grand Prix held at this show are eligible for inclusion on the Rolex/ USEF Show Jumping Ranking List. Certification Number

51 $13,000 AMATEUR OWNER JUMPER SECTION See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. No more than 2 horses per rider will be accepted in the AO Jumper section. (You may enter as many horses as you wish). THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 226 THROUGH 228 IS $650 INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED CLASS NO. 226 $1,500 AMATEUR OWNER JUMPER, TIME FIRST JUMP-OFF, Table II, Sec. 2(a) m Proper Attire. CLASS NO. 227 $1,500 AMATEUR OWNER JUMPER, Table II, m CLASS NO. 228 $10,000 THE SHOW JUMPING HALL OF FAME JUMPER CLASSIC in honor and memory of Adolph Mogavero, Class of 1991, TIME FIRST JUMP-OFF, Table II, Section 2(a) m The Otis R. Dodson Perpetual Trophy donated by the PA National Horse Show $3,000 $2,000 $1,300 $800 $600 $600 $500 $400 $400 $400 CLASS NO. 229 AMATEUR OWNER JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP The Hunterdon Challenge Trophy donated by Hunterdon, Inc. The Champion and Reserve Champion titles shall be awarded to the two horses with the greatest number of points. Point value as follows: Classes 226 and 227= /2 Class 228= CLASS NO. 230 LEADING RIDER AWARD FOR AMATEUR OWNER JUMPER SECTION The E. Corbett Rider Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Harrisburg Kiwanis Club The title will be awarded to the rider gaining the greatest number of points on ONE horse. In case of tie, the award goes to the rider placing higher in Class 228 (A/O Jumper Classic). Points will be awarded for all ribbons won with point values as follows: Classes 226 and 227= /2 Class 228=

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53 $26,000 U25 JUMPER SECTION U25 riders will qualify based USEF U25 Rankding dated August 26, Riders are limited to 2 horses per class. THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 216 THROUGH 218 IS $1100 INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED EXCEPTION: A RIDER MAY ENTER A SECOND HORSE IN INDIVIDUAL CLASSES FOR 5% OF PRIZE MONEY OFFERED IN THAT CLASS CLASS NO. 216 $3,000 U25 WELCOME, Table II, 2(a) m Proper Attire. $990 $600 $450 $300 $180 $135 $90 $75 $60 $60 $30 $30 CLASS NO. 217 $3,000 U25 SPEED, Table II, m Proper Attire. $990 $600 $450 $300 $180 $135 $90 $75 $60 $60 $30 $30 CLASS NO. 218 $20,000 U25 CLASSIC, Table II, 2(a) m Proper Attire. $6,600 $4,000 $3,000 $2,000 $1,200 $900 $600 $500 $400 $400 $200 $200 CLASS NO. 219 U25 JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP The Champion and Reserve Champion titles shall be awarded to the two horses with the greatest number of points. Point value as follows: Classes 216 and 217= /2 Class 218= CLASS NO. 220 LEADING RIDER AWARD FOR U25 JUMPER SECTION The title will be awarded to the rider gaining the greatest number of points on ONE horse. In case of tie, the award goes to the rider placing higher in Class 218 (U25 Jumper Classic). Points will be awarded for all ribbons won with point values as follows: Classes 216 and 217= /2 Class 218=

54 NEUE SCHULE/USEF NATIONAL JUNIOR JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIPS Each Zone has its own qualifying criteria and qualifying period that can be found at Stabling and entry fees for accepted Junior Jumpers must be sent directly to the PA National Horse Show and must be paid in full before October 1, See stabling information on Page 15. Saddlery: Only running martingales, used in the conventional manner, are permitted. Standing martingales, draw reins or restricted martingales are prohibited. Attire: Formal Attire required in all classes. Veterinary Inspection Thursday, October 12th. All horses participating in the 2017 National Junior Jumper Championships (Team and Individual) are required to pass the Horse Inspection before competing. Each competitor is required to present his/her own horse, unless permission is granted by the ground jury for a junior representative to present the horse. Horses will be identified with either a passport or a Coggins certificate. Horses found to be unsound will have the opportunity of being represented before the Welcome Class. Jumping Order Draws for the jumping order in Class 221 (Welcome Class, Phase I, Individual Championship) and the first round in Class 222 (Prix des States Team Championship and Phase II of Individual Championship) will be held at the Riders Meeting, which will be on Thursday morning at 11:00AM, prior to the Veterinary Inspection. THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 221 THROUGH 224 IS $ CLASS NO. 221 $7,500 NEUE SCHULE/USEF NATIONAL JUNIOR JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP WELCOME - Phase I -1.40m This competition is run over a Table II, Sec. 1 course judged under Table III (Faults Converted into Seconds) without a jump-off in the event of equality for the first place. The scores obtained by each competitor will be converted into points. The winner gets one more point than the number of starters. The second place gets two points less than the winner, the third place gets three points less than the winner, and so on. Competitors who have been eliminated or who have retired do not get points. Points will then be transformed to penalties. The competitor with the highest number of points will have zero (0) penalties. For all other competitors, the number of penalties will be calculated by multiplying with a coefficient of.50 the difference between their points and the points of the leading competitor. $2, $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ATTENTION DOG OWNERS The administration of the Farm Show Arena will NOT permit dogs in the public areas of the Horse Show facilities. Dogs on the Farm Show property MUST be kept caged or on a leash. Dogs in violation of either of these rules will be collected by the Humane Society and held for the owner, who will be fined $ If you do not intend to abide by these rules, DO NOT bring your dog(s) to the Pennsylvania National Horse Show. 52

55 CLASS NO. 222 $15,000 NEUE SCHULE/USEF PRIX DES STATES TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP and Individual Championship Phase II m Modified Nation s Cup Format. Each team will jump one round. The six teams plus any ties accumulating the least number of faults will be required to jump a second round (best three scores per team to count). Seventh and Eighth placed teams will be desiginated as individuals for the second round. Teams will return in reverse order of first round team scores. The winning team is determined by adding together the jumping and time penalties incurred by the three best competitors of each team in each round. If, at the end of the completion of the second round, there is a tie for a medal, there will be a jump-off in which one competitor per team will participate. The Chef d Equipe determines which member of his team will participate in the jump-off. Phase II/Individual Championship Each competitor will jump two rounds (Individuals to go first, i.e. before teams, in the second round). $4, $3, $2, $1, $1, $1, CLASS 223 WILLIAM C. STEINKRAUS STYLE AWARD presented by Karen Healey To be awarded to the Prix des States Junior Jumper Rider who best exemplifies the American style of equitation, and the respectful, dignified, courteous and workmanlike manner of a true sportsman. Trophy To Winner CLASS NO. 224 NEUE SCHULE/USEF NATIONAL JUNIOR JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP - Phase III m One round scored under Table II with a time allowed without a jump-off. The top 60% of competitors from Phases I and II who have not been eliminated during either Phase are eligible for Phase III. Each Individual s faults from Phases I and II will be added together. The starting order in Phase III will be the reverse order of total faults from the above calculation. CLASS NO. 225 $7,500 NEUE SCHULE/USEF NATIONAL JUNIOR JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP - Overall Awards The Individual Champion will be the competitor with the lowest number of total penalties after Phases I, II, and III. In the event of equality of faults for medals, a jump-off will be held over a shortened course in which time taken will decide between horses with equal faults. Ties for other than the top 3 medals will be decided by the time taken in Phase III. $2, $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Riders wishing to be considered for the 2017 NEUE SCHULE/USEF National Junior Jumper Championships must complete an application. Application information can be found at Log into your account, then click on Athlete Dashboard, then online applications. 53

56 NORTH AMERICAN LEAGUE FINALS Open to the top horse/rider combinations in NAL qualifying classes during 2017, as listed below. Horses must be entered by September 1, 2017 and the Qualifying fee of $75 and $75 office fee must accompany each entry. Numbers to be accepted are approximate. Overnight Stabling Options: Stabling will be available beginning 5:00 PM the day preceding the class, until 5:00 PM the day of the class or until the class is finished, at a cost of $ JUMPER FINALS To be shown over 8 or more fences. Height and spread may be altered by no more than 3 in the jump-off. Speed 350 yards per minute. Formal Attire required. Riders are limited to two horses per final, unless otherwise noted. Standing or running martingales, used in the conventional manner only. No draw reins permitted. CLASS NO. 231 $10,000 NORTH AMERICAN LEAGUE CHILDREN S JUMPER FINALS, TIME FIRST JUMP- OFF, Table II, Sec. 2(a) 1.15m presented by EquiFit Awards donated by EquiFit & North American League ENTRY FEE $350 $3, $1, $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Approximately 30 horse/rider combinations entered by the close of entries will be accepted. To be ridden by exhibitors who have not reached their 18th birthday as of December 1 of the previous year. Horse/ Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this show, except USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final and/or Equitation Training Session. Rider may not compete in the Prix de State Junior Jumper or Open Jumper Section at this show. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. CLASS NO. 232 $10,000 NORTH AMERICAN LEAGUE ADULT JUMPER FINALS, TIME FIRST JUMP-OFF, Table II, Sec. 2(a) 1.15m presented by SmartPak Awards donated by EquiFit & North American League ENTRY FEE $350 $3, $1, $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Approximately 30 horse/rider combinations entered by the close of entries will be accepted. To be ridden by Amateur exhibitors who are no longer eligible to compete as Junior Exhibitors. Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this show. Rider may not compete in the U25 Jumper or Open Jumper Section at this show. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. CLASS NO. 233 $10,000 NORTH AMERICAN LEAGUE LOW JR/AO JUMPER FINALS, TIME FIRST JUMP- OFF, Table II, Sec. 2(a) 1.30m Awards donated by EquiFit & North American League ENTRY FEE $350 $3, $1, $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Approximately 30 horse/rider combinations entered by the close of entries will be accepted. To be ridden by Junior or Amateur exhibitors. Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this show. Rider may not compete in the Open Jumper Section at this show. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. Riders in this class may show no more than one other horse in either the NAL Adult or Children s Jumper Finals or in the Prix de State Jr Jumper Championships or two horses in the U25 Jumper Section. 54

57 HUNTER FINALS A TWO ROUND COMPETITION, scored by two judges using the open numerical scoring system, and supplying one numerical score per entry. In the first round, all entries will jump a course of at least 10 fences 3 in height and spread. The top 12 scoring entries in the first round will return, in reverse order of first round score, to jump a second round of at least 8 fences at the same height and spread as the first round. The scores of the 12 horses in the second round will be added to their first round scores and placed in order of their overall totals. Horses tied for first place only will return to jump a third round over a shortened course. Ties for all other places will be broken by the judges. To be judged on performance and soundness with emphasis on suitability and manners. Ponies may be shown. Entries will not be jogged for soundness. Formal Attire required. Riders are limited to two horses per final, unless otherwise noted. CLASS NO. 234 $10,000 NORTH AMERICAN LEAGUE CHILDREN S HUNTER FINALS Laura Palmer Pickett Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Annie & Barbara Friedman Awards donated by EquiFit & North American League ENTRY FEE $350 $3, $1, $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Approximately 30 horse/rider combinations entered by the close of entries will be accepted. To be ridden by exhibitors who have not reached their 18th birthday as of December 1 of the previous year. Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this show, except USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final and/ or Equitation Training Session. Rider may not compete in any other hunter class at this show where fences are set at 3 6 or higher, except USEF Medal Final and Equitation Training Session. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. CLASS NO. 235 $10,000 NORTH AMERICAN LEAGUE ADULT HUNTER FINALS The Lisa A. H. Cudahy Perpetual Trophy donated by Lisa A. H. Cudahy Awards donated by EquiFit & North American League ENTRY FEE $350 $3, $1, $1, $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Approximately 30 horse/rider combinations entered by the close of entries will be accepted. To be ridden by Amateur exhibitors who are no longer eligible to compete as Junior Exhibitors. Horse/Rider Combination may not compete in any other hunter classes where fences exceed 3. Rider may not compete in any other hunter class at this show where fences are set above 3 6. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified, except AO Hunter. Riders may, if qualified, show one other horse in each AO Section. The show committee requires that all horses and ponies stabled on the grounds must remain on the grounds from midnight prior to the start of the first class in their respective section until the conclusion of that section. (Exception: US Medal Final where more restrictive rules apply). Anyone found in violation will be barred from participation in any classes on the day of the infraction. 55

58 Hunt Night MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, :30 PM USEF Exhibition Status CROSS ENTRY RESTRICTIONS: Horses may not participate in any other classes at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, except Side-Saddle. HUNT NOMINATION: Hunts must be nominated on the nomination form or in the form of a letter from the Master of the Hunt stating the individual or Hunt s intention to compete. Either one must be accompanied by a nominating fee of $75 per hunt (which includes one or more individual riders and/or one or two teams). The nomination must be postmarked no later than September 11, This letter must also include the name, address and phone number of the contact person who will be handling the entries. Open to recognized hunts. ENTRIES WILL BE LIMITED BASED ON DATE OF RECEIPT OF NOMINATION FEE. Declaration forms must be RECEIVED by the horse show entry office no later than October 1, Payment in full must accompany entry. CHANGES to an existing entry will be accepted until 3PM, October 16. Absolutely no changes will be accepted after this time. ENTRY LIMITS: Each Hunt may enter no more than two teams. Entries in other classes will be limited as follows: Per Hunt: Field Hunter, no more than 6 horses total in both sections. ENTRY DEADLINES: Nomination fee of $75.00 September 11, 2017 Late nominations will be accepted on a space available basis and with a nomination fee of $100. Class Entries: October 1, 2017 Entry forms must include names of all horses, riders and owners who will be competing. All riders must sign the entry blank. All other event regulations apply as set forth in the Hunter Division of the Horse Show. STABLING: Limited overnight stabling may be available - $ per stall from 5:00 PM Sunday night until 7:00 AM Tuesday morning. Stalls will not be cleaned between occupants. FEDERATION ENTRY AGREEMENT By entering a Federation-licensed Competition and signing this entry blank as the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Longeur and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules of The United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the Federation ) and the local rules of Pennsylvania National Horse Show I agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and of the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harm less the competition, the Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/ or participate under the Rules, and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/ or the Competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cable - casts, broadcasts, internet, film, new media or other likenesses of me and my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Federation rules are governed by the laws of the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR

59 FIELD HUNTERS ENTRY FEE $35.00 per class Trophy to winner, Placings 1-8 To be shown over a course of fences not to exceed 3, similar to those that a field hunter would encounter in the hunt field. Judges on performance, manners, suitability of horse and rider and soundness. Emphasis on ability as a field hunter. Entries may be shown in only one age group. CLASS NO. 301 FIELD HUNTERS - RIDERS 35 YEAR OF AGE AND UNDER The Max C. Hempt Perpetual Trophy donated by The Pennsylvania National Horse Show CLASS NO. 302 FIELD HUNTERS - RIDERS 36 YEAR OF AGE AND OVER The Chairman s Perpetual Trophy donated by James O. Green and Irvin S. Naylor HUNTER UNDER SADDLE ENTRY FEE $35.00 per class Trophy to winner, Placings 1-8 Open to horses & ponies. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. May be asked to hand gallop collectively one way of the ring at the judges discretion, but never more than twelve at one time. To be judges on performance, manners, suitablity and soundness. CLASS NO. 303 HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - LADIES The Betty Baldwin Meister Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Patty Perkins CLASS NO. 304 HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - GENTLEMAN CLASS NO. 305 HUNT TEAMS ENTRY FEE $ per team Trophy to winning team, Placings 1-8 Open to teams of threes horses/ponies from a Registered or Recognized pack of hounds. To be shown over a course of fences not to exceed 3. Each team must have at least one adult member (over 18 years of age). To be judges on a brilliant performance at a hunter pace, soundness, suitability, manners and uniformity as a team. The Potomac Hunt Challenge Trophy donated by The Potomac Hunt CLASS NO. 306 HUNT NIGHT CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION The Ralph A. Alfano Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by his family Awarded to the two hunts which acquire the most points. Ribbons to count: 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, 1/2. In the event of a tie, the award will be made jointly. Only a teams best ribbon per class will be counted. CLASS NO. 307 HUNT NIGHT LEADING LADY RIDER AWARD The Polly Gingrich Caswell Perpetual Trophy donated in memory of Polly Mary Gingrich Brand Caswell Awarded to the lady rider who acquries the most points. Ribbons in classes 301, 302 & 303 to count: 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, 1/2. In the event of a time the award will be made jointly. Hunt Nomination Form is available at or you may send a letter signed by the master accompanied by the Nomination Fee of $75. 57

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