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1 HORSE Safety Rules 1. For all class requirements and procedures, refer to the Pacific Northwest 4-H Horse Contest Guide (4-H 13011). 2. All Horse project members shall wear a properly fitted equestrian helmet which meets the standards imposed by the American Society of Testing Materials (ASTM) F1163 and includes certification and labeling required by the Safety Equipment Institute (SEI). Such headgear shall be secured with the harness engaged and properly fastened when mounted on an equine or in a vehicle (cart, wagon, buggy, etc.) being pulled by one or equines. 3. All horses must be gentle and well mannered. Uncontrollable animals will be removed from the fairgrounds at owner s expense. 4. Horses and ponies are to be kept strictly in designated areas. 5. No stallions over 12 months or age may be exhibited. Colts may be exhibited in Conformation and Ground Training only. 6. Wet mares may not be shown. 7. Foals must be weaned at least 10 days prior to fair. 8. Members MUST wear an exhibitor s number whenever handling or riding horses or ponies. 9. Absolutely NO bare-back riding, riding double, or riding with halters permitted at fair. 10. Boots are required at all times when riding, handling animals or on barn duty. 11. No animal is to be left unattended when outside of their assigned stall. Eligibility 1. All horse/rider combinations must participate in at least ONE OF THE TWO pre-fairs. 2. Ground Training and Conformation horses must be shown at a pre-fair. 3. Owner Trained horses must attend a pre-fair for review. 4. Ponies must be measured at a pre-fair to qualify for Pony classes. 5. Qualifications for Trail and Western Riding are held at both prefairs. 6. An up-to-date Horse Registration form and a copy of any lease agreements must be submitted to the OSU Extension Service Office by the member no later than May 1 st of the current year for participation at County Fair. 7. After May 1 st ONLY 4-H MEMBERS may ride, drive, or handle their horse/pony for training purposes. All members found to be involved in an infraction of this rule will be ineligible for County Fair participation. (Example: one member rides, for training purposes, the animal of another member, both will be barred from exhibiting). Infractions must be from firsthand knowledge and be submitted in writing and signed. 8. The member s primary project horse may be shown in any one, two or three of the following Equitation classes: Hunt Seat, Saddle Seat, or Western. A second project horse may be shown in any equitation

2 class not ridden in with the primary horse. Members showing in English Equitation may show in either or both Hunt Seat or Saddle Seat. 9. All horse project members, on an annual basis, must complete the required number of advancements for their type and level of riding in order to exhibit at fair. See the Oregon 4-H Horse Advancement Program (4-H 1302R) and the 4-H Update for those requirements. 10. A Novice is a member exhibiting a horse/pony for the first time at a County Fair. A Novice is not eligible for State Fair. 11. A Novice jumper is a member or horse that has never jumped at a County Fair. A Novice jumper is not eligible for State Fair. State Fair Eligibility 1. Only Intermediates and Seniors may exhibit at State Fair. 2. All Senior and Intermediate riders with a combined score of 170 or higher (in equitation, English or Western, and showmanship) and an individual class score of 80 or higher on the same horse, are eligible to exhibit at State Fair. To compete in reinsmanship or precision driving, their county reinsmanship or precision driving score must be 85 or higher. 3. Qualifications for State Fair Western Games will take place at County Fair, and is according to times set by the State Horse Gaming Committee. 4. At State Fair contestants must use the same horse in all events except for Ground Training, driving classes and Western Gaming. In addition, in every event, contestants at State Fair must use the same horse they qualified with at County Fair. 5. In order to exhibit at State Fair, all those who qualified MUST attend a State Fair informational meeting unless specifically excused by the project Superintendent. 6. Only a qualifying horse/pony is allowed on the fairgrounds at State Fair. 7. At State Fair showmanship is required of all contestants, but you can only do showmanship once. If you have an equitation horse, you must use that horse for showmanship and show in the performance showmanship class. If you do not have an equitation horse, but have a Ground Training or driving horse, you must show that horse in the performance showmanship class. Only gaming contestants who had no horses in performance classes may show in the gaming showmanship class. 8. To determine State Fair eligibility for Trail, In-Hand Trail, Dressage, Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences, Reinsmanship, Precision Driving, Ground Training and Western Gaming see the current Oregon State Fair Exhibitors Handbook Horse Division. General Rules 1. A hat or helmet is required for Showmanship. 2. Half chaps may be worn in English classes. Chaps are not allowed in Western Classes with the exception of Trail. 3. No hoof dressing of any kind is allowed. 4. Members must provide their own feed, feed buckets and water buckets.

3 5. See the Pacific Northwest 4-H Horse Contest Guide for additional rules and information. HORSE SHOWMANSHIP (required) _ Horse Showmanship EQUITATION Novice Walk/Trot _ English Equitation, Saddle Seat _ English Equitation, Hunt Seat _ Western Equitation TRAIL (must qualify at a pre-fair) _ Trail IN-HAND TRAIL 1. Only non-ridden horses are eligible (driving ponies and ground training animals) _ In-Hand Trail DRESSAGE 1. Riders may ride only one test at County Fair. 2. Ribbons will be awarded as follows: 58% and up Blue ribbon % Red ribbon 49.99% and below White ribbon 3. A member who scores 62% or higher must progress up to the next test the following year. (The requirement to move up does not apply to a new horse or in test change years.) The 2015 tests must be used. 4. The short arena will be used for Introductory and Training Level tests and the standard arena for First Level tests. 5. All riders at one test level will ride the test without regard to age level.

4 _ Dressage, Introductory Level Test A _ Dressage, Introductory Level Test B _ Dressage, Introductory Level Test C _ Dressage, Training Level Test _ Dressage, Training Level Test _ Dressage, Training Level Test _ Dressage, First Level Test _ Dressage, First Level Test _ Dressage, First Level Test 3 HUNTER HACK County class 1. Hunter Hack is a series of two jumps not to exceed two feet in height. 2. All participants must have proof of experience or lessons to enter. 3. A Horse Jumping Certification must be submitted to the OSU Extension Service Office by May 1 st to participate. 4. A Novice jumper may not cross enter into age division classes or qualify for Advanced Jumping. 5. Juniors, Intermediates and Seniors who receive a blue ribbon in their level or that have the judge s approval may qualify for Advanced Jumping _ Hunter Hack HUNT SEAT EQUITATION OVER FENCES 1. Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences is a course with a minimum of six different fences with at least three of them at the maximum height and spread. 2. There must be at least one combination jump and one change of direction. 3. Recommended jump heights are: Novice 18 Junior 2 3 Intermediate 2 6 Senior 2 9 Jump height is not to exceed 3 feet, and the spread is not to exceed the height. 4. All participants must have proof of experience or lessons to enter. 5. A Horse Jumping Certification must be submitted to the OSU Extension Service Office by May 1 st to participate. 6. A Novice jumper may not cross enter into age division classes or qualify for Advanced Jumping.

5 7. Juniors, Intermediates and Seniors who receive a blue ribbon in their level or that have the judge s approval may qualify for Advanced Jumping _ Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences ADVANCED JUMPING County class 1. Exhibition only for those members who qualify. 2. No entry numbers are required PLEASURE DRIVING County classes 1. Member may participate with two or four wheeled cart. Contestants may only enter one Pleasure Driving class at the County Fair. 2. Judging will include appearance of the animal, appearance of the member, equipment and performance. 3. Running martingales are acceptable for safety. 4. A different handler for each driver must be present in the ring. 5. Novices must be pre-approved by their project leader to participate. 6. If a contestant is not showing an equitation animal in showmanship, they may exhibit their pleasure driving animal in showmanship _ Pony Pleasure Driving _ Horse Pleasure Driving REINSMANSHIP 1. Member may participate with two or four wheeled cart. Contestants may only enter one Reinsmanship class at the County Fair. 2. Judging will include driver handling of reins and whip, control, positions, overall appearance, proper harnessing and hitching, conditions of the horse/pony, harness, vehicle performance on the rail and in the pattern. 3. Novices must be pre-approved by their project leader to participate. 4. If a contestant is not showing an equitation animal in showmanship, they may exhibit their reinsmanship animal in showmanship _ Pony Reinsmanship _ Horse Reinsmanship PRECISION DRIVING

6 1. Exhibitors who showed in Reinsmanship may also exhibit in Precision Driving if they received a blue ribbon in Reinsmanship. The horse or pony used must be the same animal for both classes _ Precision Driving CONFIRMATION County Classes _ Foal, born after January 2, _ Foals of 2016 (no stallions) _ Foals of 2015 (no stallions) GROUND TRAINING 1. To be eligible the member must have previously passed those ground work advancement steps which they plan to demonstrate with their animal. 2. If an exhibitor is not showing an equitation animal in showmanship, they may exhibit their ground training animal in showmanship. 3. The member will give the judge a 4-H Ground Training Score Sheet listing the exercises to be attempted, the age of the animal, and the length of time the animal has been trained. 4. All training must be done by the member showing the animal. A Ground Training Certification stating that this condition has been met must be signed by the member, the parent/guardian and project leader. This Certification must be submitted to the OSU Extension Service Office by May 1 st. 5. Ten minutes will be allowed for the total demonstration. 6. All Novice and Junior member must be pre-approved by their project leader to participate _ Ground Training, weanling _ Ground Training, yearling _ Ground Training, two year old OWNER TRAINED County Classes 1. To be eligible the member must have previously passed those ground work advancement steps which they plan to demonstrate with their animal. 2. If an exhibitor is not showing an equitation animal in showmanship, they may exhibit their owner trained animal in showmanship.

7 3. The member will give the judge a 4-H Owner Trained Score Sheet listing the pattern steps to be attempted, the age of the animal, and the length of time the animal has been trained. 4. All training to ride must be done by the member showing the animal. An Owner Trained Certification stating that this condition has been met must be signed by the member, the parent/guardian and project leader. This Certification must be submitted to the OSU Extension Service Office by May 1 st. 5. Ten minutes will be allowed for the total demonstration. 6. All Novice and Junior member must be pre-approved by their project leader to participate _ Two Year Old, foaled in _ Three Year Old, foaled in _ Four Year Old, foaled in 2013 WESTERN GAMING 1. Signup sheets will be available prior to Western Gaming Day in the Horse Superintendent s Office during County Fair. 2. Premiums will be paid on the Danish Merit Ribbon System. 3. The same horse must be used in all gaming events. 4. Novice and Juniors will be awarded ribbons based on their placement in the class with respect to their times. The fastest 1/3 will receive a blue ribbon, the slowest 1/3 will receive a white and the middle 1/3 will receive a red. 5. The following times are used for Intermediates and Seniors only Oregon 4-H Western Gaming Qualifying Times Intermediate Key Race Blue Award White Award Red Award or less or Intermediate Barrels or less or Intermediate Figure or less or Intermediate Pole Bending or less or Intermediate NSCA Flag Race or less or Intermediate Two-Barrel Flag Race or less or Senior Key Race Senior Barrels or less or or less or

8 Senior Figure 8 Senior Pole Bending or less or or less or Senior NCSA Flag Race or less or Senior Two-Barrel Flag Race or less or _ Western Gaming, Figure _ Western Gaming, Barrels _ Western Gaming, Key Race _ Western Gaming, Pole Bending _ Western Gaming, NSCA Flag Race _ Western Gaming, Two-Barrel Flag RANCH HORSE 1. In the 4-H Ranch Horse project, 4-H members learn the roping skills they need in order to be helpful, effective, and safe workers on a ranch. Members learn proper techniques of handling a rope and rules of safety to limit risks when roping. 2. Ranch Horse Skills is about become familiar with equipment and items used on a ranch. The 4-H member should be able to identify them, know what they are used for, and know how to use them. 3. In Ranch Horse Skills class, 4-H members demonstrate their knowledge of tack, equipment, and supplies that might be used on a ranch. They also show their skill at various ranch tasks _ RH Dummy Roping _ RH Skills WESTERN RIDING County Classes (must qualify at a pre-fair) 1. Western Riding is an event where the horse is judged on quality of gaits, lead changes at the lope, response to the rider, manners and disposition. The horse should perform with reasonable speed, and be sensible, well-mannered, free and easy moving.

9 2. Credit will be given for and emphasis placed on smoothness, even cadence of gaits (i.e., starting and finishing pattern with the same cadence), and the horse s ability to change leads precisely, easily and simultaneously both hind and front at the center point between markers. (taken from Rail and Pattern Horse website : ) _ Western Riding DAD POTTER TEST 1. A Dad Potter Application is submitted at the County Fair, if this class is offered. 2. Each exhibitor is given a time to demonstrate their chosen movements to the judge. 3. Upon successful completion of three movements the exhibitor is awarded the Dad Potter Certificate of Merit. 4. Upon successful completion of all ten movements the exhibitor is awarded the Dad Potter 4-H Horsemanship Medal. 5. To be eligible members must have passed the riding advancement movements they are trying out for (these are identified in the Oregon 4-H Horse Advancement Program). They must also have completed the recommended knowledge and ground work advancement steps for their age level. By the end of their junior years (usually 6 th grade), members should have completed Level 1 knowledge, ground work and riding requirements. By the end of their intermediate years (usually 9 th grade), members should have completed Level 2 knowledge, ground work and riding requirements. By the end of their senior years, members should have completed Level 3 knowledge, ground work and riding requirements. 6. No entry number is required.

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