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1 OCT 12-22, 2017 OCT 12-22, 2017 NCSTATEFAIR.ORG 2017 NC State Fair Horse Show Hunter & Jumper Show October 4-8, 2017 HUNTERS PREMIER $10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby JUMPERS $10,000 NC State Fair Jumper Classic INDOOR ARENAS PERMANENT STALLS PENALTY BEGINS SEPTEMBER 29 AT NOON THE N.C. STATE FAIR IS A DIVISION OF THE N.C. DEPT OF AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES STEVE TROXLER, COMMISSIONER WESLEY WYATT, MANAGER

2 This is your special invitation to Raleigh in October! Please visit for more details! Show Office number is (919) during show or (919) prior to show. In order to by-pass traffic late afternoons and weekends, it is recommended you enter from I-40 west of the grounds. At Exit 289 (Wade Ave.), go.2 miles to Edwards Mill Ext., go right ¼ mile to Trinity Rd. Go left at light onto Trinity Road. Gate H-4 (Stable Entrance / 24 hr. Gate) will be on right. Lodging available near Fairgrounds: Hampton Inn & Suites Cary 2.0 miles (919) Best Western Cary 3.0 miles (919) Springhill Suites Raleigh-Cary 3.5 miles (919) Holiday Inn Express 4.2 miles (919) Fairfield Inn Crabtree 4.3 miles (919) copies of this public document were printed at a cost of $ or $0.60 per copy.

3 NORTH CAROLINA STATE FAIR HORSE SHOW USEF Rated Premier Hunter/Jumper HORSE SHOW October 4-8, 2017 RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA For further information: N.C. State Fair Horse Show 1025 Blue Ridge Rd. Raleigh, N.C (919) (919) FAX (919) (during show only) North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Steve Troxler, Commissioner Wesley Wyatt, Manager, North Carolina State Fair Sheri Bridges, Horse Show Manager

4 STEVE TROXLER COMMISSIONER State of North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services State of North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Dear Horse Show Exhibitors, This year we mark a significant milestone in the life of the North Carolina State Fair, as we celebrate the 150th edition of this great event! From the very first fair held on a small plot of land about a mile east of the State Capitol Building in 1853, through the trials of wars that prevented us from holding a few fairs, to today s event that draws more than 1 million people annually, the fair is a tradition that celebrates who we are as a state and our agricultural industry. Like the fair, this industry has grown significantly, and still remains vital and dynamic. Along the way, the equine industry has been an integral part of the State Fair. I couldn t be more proud that you are part of our rich tradition, drawing horses and riders from around the country to compete for more than $140,000 in prize money in a variety of classes and riding disciplines. The State Fair has always reflected the future of the agricultural industry and economy. First as a way for farmers to learn about the newest production techniques, and continuing today as a way to highlight our state s leading industry, which is an $84 billion economic driver for our state. That doesn t just happen. It takes a tremendous amount of personal dedication from people like you to continue to grow our industry. Engaging agricultural and equine programs and shows are more important than ever. We must look to the next generation to carry the mantle of agriculture s continued growth. What better way to spark the imaginations of future industry leaders than through the excitement they find here at the N.C. State Fair? It gives me great hope for the future of our industry as I visit with young people who are not just preparing to lead, but who are already charting our next 150 years. This year, the State Fair runs Oct I hope you will take time to discover all the State Fair has to offer, from the thrills on the midway to the hard work of your fellow exhibitors in our competition buildings. Be on the lookout for our mascot, Casey Cardinal, as you take in all the sights and sounds of the fair. He ll be handing out a limited amount of exclusive 150th State Fair memorabilia each day. Also, make sure you look through our daily schedule for all the activities we have planned to celebrate this special milestone. As a reminder, we will have fireworks displays from 9:45-10 each night of the fair. Fireworks will be launched from The Wolfpack Club/Carter-Finley Stadium property on Trinity Road. Please be sure to secure your animals so we can ensure a safe State Fair for all. Many thanks for your continued support of the N.C. State Fair Horse Shows and our equine industry. We re looking forward to seeing you in October! Sincerely, Steven W. Troxler Commissioner Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina (919) Fax (919) An Equal Opportunity Employer

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6 4 USEF Competition Name: NC State Fair Hunter Jumper Show USEF#: 5391

7 JUDGES & OFFICIALS Management reserves the right to ADD or VARY the list of Officials if deemed necessary. JUDGES Hunters: Jimmy Lee Patrick Rhodes Oliver Brown Jumpers: Lewis Pack USEF SHOW STEWARD COURSE DESIGNER ANNOUNCERS Wayne Eubank Doug Russell Charles Kip Broadfoot Lewis Pack FARRIER Steve Prescott, (843) VETERINARIAN 3H Veterinary Services, (919) PHOTOGRAPHER Branam s Photography, (434) STALL INFORMATION Sheri Bridges, (919) HEAD CASHIER SHOW SECRETARY TECHNICAL COORDINATOR SHOW MANAGER Susan Daniels Cathy Cortright Tom Carlson Sheri Bridges Horse Complex Administrative Offices (919) Horse Show Office (during show) (919) or (919) Show Office Fax (919) Shipping Address (FedEx/UPS) NC State Fair Horse Complex 4601 Trinity Road Raleigh, NC

8 Rules and Regulations 1. This show is held under the current rules and specifications of the USEF, FEI, and the current rules and specifications of the NAL, WIHS, VHSA, NCHJA, MHSA and SCHJA, and their rules will govern, except that the rules and regulations of the North Carolina State Fair Horse Show shall take precedence where there is any conflict, and the decision of the Show Manager shall be final. The North Carolina State Fair Horse Show reserves the right to amend or change rules at any time prior to the show, and due notice given to the Exhibitor of any change. Exhibitors are responsible for knowledge of Show Rules. PLEASE NOTE LATE ENTRY PENALTY RULES 2. All entries received later than September 29, 2017, will be accepted at the regular entry fee, plus a $40 per horse post entry penalty. All monies, including stall money, will be refunded if you notify the horse show office by noon the day before the hunter jumper show starts for any cancelled horses, with the exception of a $40 office fee per horse and late entry fees. No late penalty will be charged for added classes for horses already entered in the show. Entries will not be taken over the phone. 3. Exhibitor may transfer entry fees from one class to another on the same horse and from horse to horse when completed with show secretary prior to classes involved. In the event of a sale of, or injury to a horse after the closing date of entries, Show Management will permit an Exhibitor to enter another horse, however, the new entry must be given another number. Legal proof of sale, designating the name and address of the purchaser will be required. 4. The show reserves the right to limit the number of entries accepted in any division, section or class. Entries will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. 5. For Horse Show purposes the term Exhibitor when used herein refers to the owner or lessee of a horse when entered in a class where the merits of the horse are to be considered. Please give full descriptions as requested on the Entry Blank. ALSO, GIVE COMPLETE MAILING ADDRESS and Social Security numbers. Show Management cannot be responsible for errors in Entry Blank. 6. There will be no refund of entry fees after noon the day before the hunter show where a horse or pony is withdrawn for any reason other than illness or injury. Illness or injury must be sustained by a certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian and forwarded to the Show Secretary within 48 hours following examination. After arrival on the Show Grounds horses or ponies withdrawn for reason of illness or injury must be sustained by a signed certificate from the Official Show Veterinarian, and must be in the hands of the Show Management prior to noon Sunday, October 8, Scratches prior to noon, September 29, 2017, do not require a veterinary certificate to receive refund of all entry fees and stall fees. An Office Processing fee of $40 per horse will be deducted from all refunds. 7. STABLING INFORMATION There will be 485 permanent stalls with permanent sliding doors available. Half of the stalls will be on a shed-row with 10 overhang and half will be on the inside with a 12 aisleway. An additional 102 stalls with swinging doors are located under the new open air permanent shelter with asphalt floor. Stalls will be available Monday, October 2, 2017 at noon and must be vacated Monday, October 9, 2017 by 8:00 a.m. 8. Trailers and vans will be allowed to park next to barns for unloading and loading only. Parking will be in designated areas only. This will be strictly enforced. This is necessary for fire and safety regulations and for exhibitor safety and convenience. State Fair Police enforce this by issuing citations. 9. PRIOR TO DEPARTURE all accounts must be settled. A $25.00 charge will be made on all returned checks when necessary to contact the Exhibitor for collection. Open checks are required for all accounts. 10. USEF AMATEUR CERTIFICATION - Every person who has reached his 18th birthday and competes in classes for amateurs under USEF rules must possess current amateur certification issued by the Association. This certification, which must be renewed annually, will expire on November 30, and must be available for inspection or the competitor must have lodged with the Show Secretary, at least one hour prior to such class, an application for such certification provided by the Association. Forms may be obtained from the Horse Show Secretary. Certification will be issued only on receipt of the application properly signed, and is revocable at any time for cause. In the event that a person holds an unrevoked certification but does not have it in his immediate possession the Show Secretary may accept a signed statement to that effect which must be submitted to the USEF. Copy of Amateur Certification must accompany entry blank. 11. Beginning December 1, 1982, management shall not permit an animal to be shown in a performance class at a USEF Member Show in any division or section that requires a Measurement Card unless the owner is in possession of a Measurement Card or Certified Card issued by the USEF bearing the date of 1982 or later or unless he possesses a copy of a valid Measurement Form and, except at a Local Member Show, shall not give out an exhibitor s number for an animal showing in a division or section that requires a Measurement Card before the above requirements have been complied with. Measurement will take place at designated times posted in the show office. 6

9 12. The age of a Junior Exhibitor is maintained the entire year per appropriate sanctioning organization rules. HARD HATS (approved ASTM headgear) must be worn by all juniors while mounted on the show grounds. All other riders must wear approved ASTM headgear when mounted. 13. ALL ENTRY BLANKS must be SIGNED by the rider, owner or agent, as well as the trainer. A trainer is defined as Any adult or adults having the responsibility for the care, training, custody or performance of a horse. Said person must sign the Entry Blank of any recognized show, whether said person be an owner, rider, agent, coach or minor, as well as trainer. Where a minor exhibitor has no trainer, a parent or guardian must sign and assume responsibility of trainer. The name of the trainer must be designated as such on the Entry Blank. It shall be the responsibility of Show Management to see that Entry Blanks contain all the required information. Negative Coggins Certificate must be attached to entry blank for all out-of-state horses. (See Rule 18) 14. HORSE SHOW NUMBERS A number will be assigned each horse at the time the entry is received, which number will stand for the entire State Fair Horse Show and must be displayed whenever the horse is in the ring. 15. PREMIUMS - Premiums will be paid by check to the person designated on the entry blank. Check to be mailed within 30 days after the close of the N.C. State Fair Hunter/Jumper Horse Show. No attempt will be made by Show Management to obtain addresses which are not complete, legible, or correct on entry blank. A SS# is required before any check may be written. 16. The Management reserves the right to combine classes, or, to cancel any class in which a sufficient number of entries is not received. 17. This show will follow the Rules and Regulations of the Drugs and Medications Rule of the USEF. USEF Drug testing fee for all horses entered in the show is $8 per animal (total USEF Fee is $16). Information regarding the use of medication will be available through the USEF Steward. The Medication Statement must be filed with the Steward within 1 hour after medication is administered or 1 hour after the Show Steward returns to duty if administered at a time other than show hours. 18. HEALTH REGULATIONS The State Fair Horse Show of North Carolina requires that all horses over 6 months old must be in possession of a current negative Coggins certificate (EIA). Negative Coggins Certificate must be current and issued within 12 months. A copy of a current 12 months negative coggins test certificate must be attached to entry blank for all horses. A State Health Official will be checking entries not in compliance. Trailer mates and other horses not showing must be listed as not showing on the entry blank and a current negative Coggins must be presented when picking up show packet. They will be charged a $ non showing fee. A copy of the Coggins Papers must be displayed on the front of each stall (or horse trailer if a ship-in). Horses not in compliance will be returned home or placed in quarantine! DO NOT COME TO SHOW WITHOUT CURRENT COGGINS ON EVERY HORSE! COGGINS MUST ARRIVE WITH HORSE OR PONY. 19. FEED AND BEDDING - Grain, hay, shavings, and straw will be available on the Show Grounds. Orders for hay and grain will be taken between 9 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily. Straw or shavings may be purchased. If late arrival is anticipated, bedding orders should be arranged for ahead of time. 20. The Management reserves the right to itself of refusing any and all entries and to return any entry fees before or during the Show without explanation or recourse to the Show for liability or compensation. Also to reserve the right to prohibit any person from attending or showing a horse in the ring and to remove any owner or stable employee or horse from the ring or from the grounds without liability of any kind. 21. The North Carolina State Fair, through its Horse Show management, reserves the right to itself, to interpret all questions and conditions, in regard to, or arising out of, or incident to the Show without claims for damage or recourse of any kind. All questions in these rules and regulations shall be decided by the Management, the decision to be final. 22. A rotating jumping order will be established for all classes over fences. All horses must be ridden in the posted order. Riders or trainers who have conflicts due to classes in more than one ring at the same time should inform the starter prior to the conflict so that necessary adjustment can be made to the order to go. AT NO TIME WILL ANY RING BE HELD UP OVER THREE (3) MINUTES DUE TO CONFLICTS. MANAGEMENT WILL IMPOSE THE ONE MINUTE RULE AND/OR A DOTTED LINE IN COURTESY CIRCLE IF WARRANTED. 23. The judges will select and mark Reserve one more horse than the number of awards in any class to provide the contingency of disqualification. In case of any horse being disqualified, the winner of the next succeeding prize in that class shall take the prize that had been awarded to such disqualified horse, and any other horses placed move up likewise, including the horse marked Reserve. 24. No Exhibitor shall approach the judge in regard to a decision unless he first obtains permission from the Show Steward or Show management who will arrange an appointment at the proper time and place, and under no circumstances while any session of the Show is in progress. Judges Cards are confidential and may only be seen by permission of the judge. 7

10 25. The North Carolina State Fair, The Management of this Show and the State of North Carolina will in no way be responsible for any loss or damage that might occur, and it will be condition of the entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Horse Show and its Management blameless for any loss or accident to any animal, person or property that may occur from sickness, fire and otherwise at this Show. 26. Champion and Reserve Champion Awards:In all Hunter Championships the titles will be awarded to two of the four horses who have accumulated the most points over fences. In addition to these points, only those four horses shall receive full points for Under Saddle classes, and appropriate points for Model classes.usef championships will be awarded on a point basis of / Dogs and cats are not allowed on the horse show grounds unless they are under leash. NO DOGS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE HORSESHOW ARENA OR RESTAURANT BUILDING. ANY LOOSE PETS SUBJECT TO IMPOUNDMENT AND FINE PER WAKE COUNTY ORDINANCE. Impounded animals may be picked up at the Wake County Animal Shelter ( ) located on U.S. Highway 70 East at Garner, NC. State Fair Management has indicated a willingness to suspend judging until the dog rule is honored. MOTORIZED VEHICLES 28. Minors who do not have a valid driver s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind, including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles, on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver s license. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, 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 compe tition 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. 29. Management reserves the right to move any classes to other rings when it is deemed beneficial to the operation of the show. 30. CAMPER HOOK-UPS: There will be 39 full-service (water, power and sewer) camper hook-ups available on a first come, first served basis at a cost of $35 per night. All camper fees will be collected by N.C. State Fair Security Personnel. Campers and vehicles plugged into outlets in the barns will be charged $35 per vehicle, per night also. 31. The footage of the rings are dirt base with sand and sawdust mixture on top. The main arena is 136 x 248. The warm-up ring is 120 x 240. USEF MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at Regular competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level, 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 the payment of a $30. Show Pass Fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted for 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) USDDF 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 memberships in good standing of their own national Federation; 10) USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding Classes. Classes covered by the rules and specifications of NCHJA, MHJA, VHSA and SCHJA rulebooks will be conducted and judged in accordance therein. USHJA, NAL and WIHS classes will be run in accordance with applicable rules. Schooling Policy HUNTERS & JUMPERS Schooling will be permitted in all arenas on Tuesday from 10:00 AM untill 5:00 PM. Hacking only will be permitted in the show rings on show mornings - weather and conditions permitting. Any additional schooling and/or ticketed warm-up times will be posted and announced during the show. A $ non-showing fee will be assessed non-showing horses. No poling or offsets allowed. ASTM-SEI approved headgear required. 8

11 HUNTER DIVISION LOW WORKING HUNTER SECTION Not Rated Open to horses. Judged on performance and soundness. Section Fee: $110 or $30 per class. 1 Low Working Hunter 3 2 Low Working Hunter 3 3 Low Working Hunter 3 4 Low Working Hunter 3 5 Low Working Hunter 3 U/S 204 Low Working Hunter 3 3" 205 Low Working Hunter 3 3" 206 Low Working Hunter 3 3" 207 Low Working Hunter 3 3" 208 Low Working Hunter 3 3" U/S NC STATE FAIR OPEN HUNTER Non Rated Open to horses. Judged on performance and soundness. Fences 3. Section Fee: $90 or $30 per class. 6 NC State Fair Open Hunter Over Fences 7 NC State Fair Open Hunter Over Fences 8 NC State Fair Open Hunter Under Saddle HOPEFUL HUNTER SECTION Not Rated Open to horses and ponies. Judged on performance and soundness. Fences 2 6. Section Fee: $110 or $30 per class 9 Hopeful Hunter 10 Hopeful Hunter 11 Hopeful Hunter 12 Hopeful Hunter 13 Hopeful Hunter Under Saddle BABY GREEN HUNTER SECTION Not Rated Open to horses who have not shown higher than 3 at an NCHJA or USEF recognized horse show. Judged on performance and soundness. Fences 2 6. Entry Fee: $110 for division or $30 per class. 14 Baby Green Hunter 15 Baby Green Hunter 16 Baby Green Hunter 17 Baby Green Hunter 18 Baby Green Hunter Under Saddle 9

12 $1000 GREEN HUNTER SECTION To be judged on performance and soundness. Individual classes may not be entered. Sections to be combined if less than 8 entries in section. A Rated Fences 3' & 3'3'' in height. Entry Fee: $150 for the section. 19 $100 3 Green Hunter 24 $ Green Hunter 20 $100 3 Green Hunter 25 $ Green Hunter 21 $100 3 Green Hunter 26 $ Green Hunter 22 $100 3 Green Hunter 27 $ Green Hunter $100 3 Green Hunter U/S 28 $ Green Hunter U/S $1500 GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER SECTION Rated AA All classes to be judged on performance and soundness 60 percent and conformation 40 percent, except where otherwise noted. Full championship points in all classes, except Model, which is half points. Fences 3'6". Entry Fee: $200 for the section. No entry fee for Model. 29 Green Conformation Hunter Model 30 $300 Green Conformation Hunter 31 $300 Green Conformation Hunter 32 $300 Green Conformation Hunter 33 $300 Green Conformation Handy 34 $300 Green Conformation Hunter Under Saddle $1875 GREEN HUNTER 3'6" Rated AA Entry Fee: $250 for the section. 35 $375 Green Hunter 3'6" 36 $375 Green Hunter 3'6" 37 $375 Green Hunter 3'6" 38 $375 Green Hunter Handy 3'6" 39 $375 Green Hunter 3'6" U/S $1875 GREEN HUNTER 3'9" Rated AA Entry Fee: $250 for the section. 40 $375 Green Hunter 3'9" 41 $375 Green Hunter 3'9" 42 $375 Green Hunter 3'9" 43 $375 Green Hunter 3'9" Handy 44 $375 Green Hunter 3'9" U/S $2000 HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER SECTION Rated AA To be judged on performance, soundness, manners and way of going. Fences 4' - 4'6". Entry Fee: $250 for the section. 45 $400 High Performance Working Hunter 46 $400 High Performance Working Hunter 47 $400 High Performance Working Hunter 48 $400 High Performance Handy Working Hunter 49 $400 High Performance Hunter Under Saddle

13 $1500 REGULAR CONFORMATION HUNTER SECTION Rated AA A regular conformation hunter is a horse of any age which is not restricted by previous showing in any division. To be judged 25 percent on conformation, 75 percent on performance and soundness, except as otherwise noted. Fences to be 3',9 cross entering permitted between Green Conformation Hunter and Regular Conformation Hunter. Entry Fee: $215 for the section. No entry for model. 50 Regular Conformation Hunter Model 51 $300 Regular Conformation Hunter 52 $300 Regular Conformation Hunter 53 $300 Regular Conformation Hunter 54 $300 Regular Conformation Handy 55 $300 Regular Conformation Hunter Under Saddle $5500 AMATEUR-OWNER HUNTER SECTION Rated AA With less than 9 entries in each group, young and older Amateur-Owners may be combined. Ridden by Amateur- Owners or amateur members of their families who are not eligible to compete as junior exhibitors. Leased horses are not eligible and multiple ownership is not permitted unless owners are members of the same families. An amateur who rides for a person outside his family may not ride in a class restricted to amateur owners in the same show. Judged on performance, soundness and manners. Fences 3'6" (Class 77 - A-O Warm-up Entry Fee: $30) Entry Fee: $200 for the section. NC State Fair Perpetual Trophy Riders 18 to 35 Riders 18 to $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Hunter 62 $ Amateur-Owner Hunter 58 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Hunter 63 $ Amateur-Owner Hunter 59 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Hunter 64 $ Amateur-Owner Hunter 60 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Handy 65 $ Amateur-Owner Handy 61 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Hunter 66 $ Amateur-Owner Hunter Under Saddle Under Saddle Riders 36 & Over 67 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Hunter Riders 36 & Over 68 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Hunter 72 $ Amateur-Owner Hunter 69 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Hunter 73 $ Amateur-Owner Hunter 70 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Handy 74 $ Amateur-Owner Hunter 71 $275 3'6" Amateur-Owner Hunter 75 $ Amateur-Owner Handy Under Saddle 76 $ Amateur-Owner Hunter Under Saddle Entry Fee: $30/class 77 Amateur-Owner Warm Up 11

14 $3250 SMALL JUNIOR WORKING HUNTER SECTIONS Rated AA Classes are limited to horses 16.0 hands and under and to riders who have not yet reached their 18th birthday. No horse may be shown in this section unless the owner possesses a current measurement card or valid measurement form issued by the USEF. Entries must be handled by Junior Exhibitors in all phases of a class. In classes over fences, horses to jump 3'6". All classes to be judged on performance and soundness with emphasis on manners; extreme speed to be penalized. Entry Fee: $240 per section. 78 $325 Sm Jr Working Hunter 15&U 83 $325 Sm Jr Working Hunter $325 Sm Jr Wkg Htr 15&U 84 $325 Sm Jr Wkg Htr $325 Sm Jr Working Hunter 15&U 85 $325 Sm Jr Working Hunter $325 Sm Jr Working Handy 15&U 86 $325 Sm Jr Working Handy $325 Sm Jr Wkg Hunter 15&U U/S 87 $325 Sm Jr Wkg Hunter U/S $3250 LARGE JUNIOR WORKING HUNTER SECTIONS Rated AA Classes are limited to horses over 16.0 hands and to riders who have not reached their 18th birthday. No horses may be shown in this section unless the owner possesses a current measurement card or valid measurement form issued by USEF. Entries must be handled by Junior Exhibitors in all phases of a class. In classes over fences, horses to jump 3'6". All classes to be judged on performance and soundness with emphasis on manners: extreme speed to be penalized. Entry Fee: $240 per section. 88 $325 Lg Jr Working Hunter 15&U 93 $325 Lg Jr Working Hunter $325 Lg Jr Wkg Htr 15&U 94 $325 Lg Jr Wkg Htr $325 Lg Jr Working Hunter 15&U 95 $325 Lg Jr Working Hunter $325 Lg Jr Working Handy 15&U 96 $325 Lg Jr Working Handy $325 Lg Jr Wkg Hunter 15&U U/S 97 $325 Lg Jr Wkg Hunter U/S $1000 JUNIOR/AO CLASSIC Rated AA Open to horses showing in the Junior or Amateur Owner Hunter Division. Nominating Fee: $75 Showing Fee: $25 98 Junior/AO Classic Prize Money: $300, $220, $150, $100, $70, $60, $50, $50 $1625 JUNIOR HUNTER 3 3 Rated AA Open to junior riders. Riders may not cross enter into any class at 3 6 or higher in the hunter division, higher than 3 9 in the equitation division or higher than 1.20m in the jumper division at the same competiion. Horses entered in the Junior Hunter 3 3 section may not cross enter into the Children s Hunter section at the same competition. Horses entered in Junior Hunter 3 3 sections may not cross enter into Junior Hunter 3 6 sections at the same competition. When the Junior Hunter 3 3 is offered as one section, no exhibitor may ride more than three (3) horses in the section. Entry Fee: $225 per section. 99 $325 Low Junior Hunter $325 Low Junior Hunter $325 Low Junior Hunter $325 Low Junior Hunter 3 3 Handy 103 $325 Low Junior Hunter 3 3 U/S 12

15 PONY HUNTER DIVISION Classes are limited to ponies 14.2 hands and under, and to riders who have not yet reached their 18th birthday. Entries must be handled by Junior exhibitors in all phases of a class. No ponies may be shown in these sections unless the owner possesses a current measurement card or valid measurement form issued by US Equestrian Federation. In classes over fences, ponies not exceeding 12.2 hands to jump 2 3 ; ponies over 12.2 hands but not exceeding 13.2 hands to jump 2 6 ; ponies over 13.2 hands but not exceeding 14.2 hands to jump 3. Large Green Pony to jump 2 9. All classes to be judged on performance and soundness, manners and suitability of a pony for its rider shall be considered and extreme speed penalized. NOTE: PONY SECTIONS MAY BE COMBINED IF THERE ARE LESS THAN 8 (EIGHT) ENTRIES IN ANY SECTION. $1375 SMALL PONY HUNTER SECTION Rated AA Entry Fee: $200 for the section. 104 $275 Small Pony Conformation Hunter 105 $275 Small Pony Working Hunter* 106 $275 Small Pony Working Hunter 107 $275 Small Pony Working Handy 108 $275 Small Pony Hunter Under Saddle $1375 MEDIUM PONY HUNTER SECTION Rated AA Entry Fee: $200 for the section. 109 $275 Medium Pony Conformation Hunter 110 $275 Medium Pony Working Hunter* 111 $275 Medium Pony Working Hunter 112 $275 Medium Pony Working Handy 113 $275 Medium Pony Hunter Under Saddle $1375 LARGE PONY HUNTER SECTION Rated AA Entry Fee: $200 for the section 114 $275 Large Pony Conformation Hunter 115 $275 Large Pony Working Hunter* 116 $275 Large Pony Working Hunter 117 $275 Large Pony Working Handy 118 $275 Large Pony Hunter Under Saddle $1500 GREEN PONY HUNTER SECTION Rated AA Entry Fee: $135 for the section 119 $150 Large Green Pony Conformation Hunter 120 $150 Large Green Pony Working Hunter 121 $150 Large Green Pony Working Hunter 122 $150 Large Green Pony Working Hunter 123 $150 Large Green Pony Hunter Under Saddle 124 $150 Small Medium Green Pony Conformation Hunter 125 $150 Small Medium Green Pony Working Hunter 126 $150 Small Medium Green Pony Working Hunter 127 $150 Small Medium Green Pony Working Hunter 128 $150 Small Medium Green Pony Hunter Under Saddle 13

16 2017 NC State Fair Hunter Jumper Tentative Time Schedule Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. INDOOR 29 Green Conf Model 50 Reg Conf Model 185 Hunter Warm Up 30 Green Conf O/F 31 Green Conf O/F 34 Green Conf U/S 51 Reg Conf O/F 52 Reg Conf O/F 55 Reg Conf U/S 35 Green Hunter O/F 3'6" 36 Green Hunter O/F 3'6" 39 Green Hunter U/S 3'6" 40 Green Hunter O/F 3'9" 41 Green Hunter O/F 3'9" 44 Green Hunter U/S 3'9" 199 Performance Working Hunter Performance Working Hunter Performance Working Hunter US 194 Performance Working Hunter Performance Working Hunter Performance Working Hunter US 45 High Performance Working Hunter High Performance Working Hunter High Performance Working Hunter US 1 Low Hunter O/F 3 2 Low Hunter O/F Low Hunter O/F Low Hunter O/F Green Hunter O/F 3' 20 Green Hunter O/F 3' 24 Green Hunter O/F 3'3" 25 Green Hunter O/F 3'3" Course Change m Jumper II Clear Blue m Jumper II Clear Blue m Jumper 249 $ m Jumper II2b 252 $ m Jumper II2b 255 $ m Jumper II2b Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. RING II 9 Hopeful Hunter O/F 2 6 * 10 Hopeful Hunter O/F 2 6 * 14 Baby Green O/F 2 6 * 15 Baby Green O/F 2 6 * 13 Hopeful Hunter U/S 18 Baby Green U/S * Cards open concurrently Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. RING III Ticketed Warm-Up Thursday, 8:00 a.m. INDOOR m Jumper II Clear Blue m Jumper II Clear Blue m Jumper II 250 $ m Jumper ll2b 253 $ m Jumper ll $ m Jumper ll2b Course Change 186 Hunter Warm Up 32 Green Conf O/F 33 Green Handy 53 Reg Conf O/F 54 Reg Conf Handy 42 Green Hunter O/F 3'9" 43 Green Hunter Handy 3'9" 37 Green Hunter O/F 3'6" 38 Green Hunter Handy 3'6" 201 Performance Working Hunter Performance Working Hunter 3 3 -Handy 196 Performance Working Hunter Performance Working Hunter 3 6 -Handy 47 High Performance Working Hunter High Performance Working Hunter Handy 5 Low Hunter 3' U/S 3 Low Hunter 3 4 Low Hunter Low Hunter 3'3" U/S 206 Low Hunter O/F Low Hunter O/F Green Hunter U/S 3' 21 Green Hunter O/F 3' 22 Green Hunter O/F 3' 28 Green Hunter U/S 3'3" 26 Green Hunter O/F 3'3" 27 Green Hunter O/F 3'3" * Cards open concurrently Thursday, 8:30 a.m. RING II 11 Hopeful Hunter O/F 2 6 * 12 Hopeful Hunter O/F 2 6 * 16 Baby Green O/F 2 6 * 17 Baby Green O/F 2 6 * Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. RING III Ticketed Warm-Up Friday, 8:00 a.m. INDOOR m Jumper II Clear Blue m Jumper II Clear Blue m Jumper 251 $ m Jumper II2b 254 $ m Jumper II2b 257 $ m Jumper $1,000 JR/AO Jpr II2b 258 $100 Children s Jpr V,2b 260 $100 Ad Am Jumpr V,2b 259 Children s Jumper II2b 261 Adult Amateur Jumper II2b 264 $1,000 JR/AO Jumper II2b 221 Platinum Performance USEF Talent Search WIHS Medal (Jumper) 191 NC State Fair Pony O/F 2 3, 2 6, NC State Fair Pony O/F 2 3, 2 6, NC State Fair Pony U/S 6 NCSF Open Hunter 3 7 NCSF Open Hunter 3 8 NCSF Open Hunter U/S 211 USEF Adult Medal Friday, 8:30 a.m. RING II 167 Low Child/Adult Warm Up 168 Low Child/Adult Hunter O/F 169 Low Child/Adult Hunter O/F 172 Low Child/Adult Hunter U/S 179 NCSF School Pony NCSF School Pony NCSF School Pony 2 U/S 182 NCSF School Pony NCSF School Pony NCSF School Pony 2 6 U/S Under Eq Flat Under Eq O/F 2 6 Friday, 9:00 a.m. RING III 173 Schooling Hunter 2 6 O/F 174 Schooling Hunter 2 6 O/F 175 Schooling Hunter 2 6 US 188 NCSF Schooling Hunter NCSF Schooling Hunter NCSF Schooling Hunter U/S 176 Schooling Hunter 3 O/F 177 Schooling Hunter 3 O/F 178 Schooling Hunter 3 U/S 226 Ariat Adult Medal 225 THIS Children s Medal Equitation on the Flat Eq on the Flat Equitation O/F Eq O/F Need a golf cart? Call Byron (919)

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18 MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE AND MAIL TO: NC State Fair H/J Horse Show 1010 Mail Service Center, Raleigh NC Phone (919) Fax (919) NC STATE FAIR HUNTER & JUMPER HORSE SHOW Oct. 4-8, 2017 PLEASE ENCLOSE COPIES OF NEGATIVE COGGINS TEST FOR ALL HORSES ENTERED. STATE LAW REQUIRES EVERY HORSE ON THE GROUNDS (SHOWING OR NOT) TO SHOW A CURRENT NEGATIVE TEST IN ORDER TO REMAIN ON THE GROUNDS. EACH HORSE MUST BE OFFICIALLY ENTERED ON AN ENTRY FORM. HORSE NAME USEF # RIDER 1 NAME USEF # NCHJA # ASPCA # CLASSES GREEN SEX COLOR FOAL YEAR HEIGHT HORSE NCHJA # RIDER 2 NAME USEF # NCHJA # ASPCA # CLASSES I agree neither the North Corolina State Fair, the North Carolina State Fairgrounds, the State of North Carolina, nor the management, nor the officials and/or staff of the show will be responsible for any accident, damage, loss or injury to mount, owner, rider or other persons or property. It will be the condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the horse show and its management blameless for any loss or accident to any animal, person or property that may occur from sickness, fire and otherwise at this show. Under North Carolina law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting exclusively from the inherent risks of equine activities. Chapter 99E of the North Carolina General Statutes. UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION, INC. ENTRY AGREEMENT I have read the United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the Federation ) Entry Agreement (GR906.4) as printed in the Prize List for this Competition and agree to all of its provisions. I understand and agree that by entering this Competition, I am subject to Federation Rules, the Prize List, and local rules of the competition. I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos at the competition, and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New York State. RELEASE, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, WAIVER AND INDEMNIFICATION This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing. I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this Competition to the following: I AGREE that the Federation and Competition as used above includes all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and affiliated organizations. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur,lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death ( Harm ). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any harm caused by me or my horse while at the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114 and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at this competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank and all terms and provisions of this Prize List. If I am signing and submitting this Agreement electronically, I acknowledge that my electronic signature shall have the same validity, force and effect as if I affixed my signature by my own hand. 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20 2017 NC State Fair Hunter Jumper Tentative Time Schedule Saturday, 8:00 a.m. INDOOR 77 Amateur-Owner Warm Up 62 Amateur Owner 3 3 O/F Amateur Owner 3 3 O/F* Amateur Owner 3 3 U/S Amateur-Owner O/F 73 Amateur-Owner O/F * 76 Amateur-Owner U/S 57 3'6" Amateur Owner Hunter 58 3'6" Amateur Owner Hunter 61 3'6" Amateur Owner Hunter U/S 67 3'6" Amateur Owner 36 & Over O/F 68 3'6" Amateur Owner 36 & Over O/F 71 3'6" Amateur Owner 36 & Over U/S 223 EJ Haun Medal O/F + Flat 220 WIHS Medal (Hunter) 99 Low Junior Hunter 3 3 O/F 100 Low Junior Hunter 3 3 O/F 103 Low Junior Hunter 3 3 U/S 78 Small Junior O/F 15 & U 79 Sm Junior O/F 15&U* 83 Small Junior O/F Sm Junior O/F 16-17* 88 Large Junior 15&U O/F 89 Lg Junior 15&U O/F* 93 Large Junior O/F 94 Large Junior O/F* 214 PESSOA/US Hunter Eq. Medal Course Change 262 $3000 Child/Adult Jumper Classic II2b 265 $3000 JR/AO Jumper Stake II2a /b 266 $10,000 NC State Fair Jumper Classic II2a * 1st round score of classic Saturday, 8:00 a.m. RING II 215 NCHJA Pony Medal (open flat after LG) 104 Small Pony Conf. Hunter O/F 105 Small Pony O/F* 109 Medium Pony Conf. Hunter O/F 110 Medium Pony Hunter O/F* 114 Large Pony Conf. Hunter O/F 115 Large Pony Hunter O/F* 215 NCHJA Pony Flat Phase 187 Green Pony & Children s Pony Warm Up 119 Green Pony Conf. Hunter O/F L 120 Green Pony Hunter O/F L 124 Green Pony Hunter O/F (m-s) 125 Green Pony Hunter O/F (m-s) 129 Children s Pony O/F Children s Pony O/F 228 Short Stirrup Eq on Flat 229 Short Stirrup Eq O/F2 162 Short Stirrup Hunter O/F 163 Short Stirrup Hunter O/F 267 WalkTrot Equitation 268 WalkTrot Pleasure 269 WalkTrot U/S 230 Low Child/Adult Eq Flat 231 Low Child/Adult Eq O/F** 170 Pre Child/Adult Hunter O/F 171 Pre Child/Adult Hunter O/F */** Cards open concurrently * 2nd pony class is conformation Saturday, 8:00 a.m. RING III 222 Bryan Jones Medal (Open) 145 Adult Amateur 50 + O/F 146 Adult Amateur 50 + O/F * 140 Adult Amateur O/F 141 Adult Amateur O/F * 135 Adult Amateur O/F 136 Adult Amateur O/F * 232 NCHJA Children s Medal Class 152 Children s Hunter 14-U O/F 153 Children s Hunter 14-U O/F * 156 Children s Hunter 14-U U/S 157 Children s Hunter O/F 158 Children s Hunter O/F* 161 Children s Hunter U/S * 1st round score of classic Sunday, 8:00 a.m. INDOOR * Ring Closes for Hacking at 6:45am 300 $10,000 USHJA National Derby 64 Amateur Owner 3 3 O/F 65 Amateur Owner 3 3 Handy 74 Amateur-Owner O/F 75 Amateur-Owner O/F 59 3'6" Amateur Owner Hunter O/F 60 3'6" Amateur Owner Handy 69 3'6" Amateur Owner 36 & Over O/F 70 3'6" Amateur Owner 36 & Over Handy 101 Low Junior Hunter 3 3 O/F 102 Low Junior Hunter 3 3 O/F 80 Small Junior 15&U O/F 81 Small Junior 15&U Handy 82 Small Junior 15&U U/S 85 Small Junior O/F 86 Small Junior Handy 87 Small Junior U/S 90 Large Junior 15&U O/F 91 Large Junior 15&U Handy 92 Large Junior 15&U U/S 95 Large Junior O/F 96 Large Junior Handy 97 Large Junior U/S 98 $1000 Junior/AO Classic Sunday, 8:00 a.m. RING II 233 WIHS Pony Medal 106 Small Pony Hunter O/F 107 Small Pony Hunter Handy 108 Small Pony Hunter U/S 111 Medium Pony Hunter O/F 112 Medium Pony Hunter Handy 113 Medium Pony Hunter U/S 116 Large Pony Hunter O/F 117 Large Pony Hunter Handy 118 Large Pony Hunter U/S 134 $1000 Pony Classic 227 USEF Pony Medal ( l,m,s) 121 Green Pony Hunter O/F (L) 122 Green Pony Hunter O/F (L) 123 Green Pony Hunter U/S (L) 126 Green Pony Hunter O/F (m-s) 127 Green Pony Hunter O/F (m-s) 128 Green Pony Hunter U/S (m-s) 133 Children s Pony U/S 131 Children s Pony O/F Children s Pony O/F 164 Short Stirrup Hunter O/F Short Stirrup Hunter O/F 166 Short Stirrup Hunter U/S Sunday, 8:00 a.m. RING III 149 Adult Amateur 50 + U/S 147 Adult Amateur 50 + O/F 148 Adult Amateur 50 + O/F 144 Adult Amateur U/S 142 Adult Amateur O/F 143 Adult Amateur O/F 139 Adult Amateur U/S 137 Adult Amateur O/F 138 Adult Amateur O/F 150 2nd Round /NAL/WIHS Adult Classic-Top Children s Hunter 14-U O/F 155 Children s Hunter 14-U O/F 159 Children s Hunter O/F 160 Children s Hunter O/F 151 2nd Rd. /NAL/WIHS Children s Classic-Top SCHJA Cup 19

21 CHILDREN S PONY HUNTER Rated C Open to all ponies not showing in a rated division, ridden by a rider not showing over fences exceeding 3 at that show. To be judged on performance and soundness. Small and medium ponies to jump 2 and large ponies to jump 2 6. Section Fee: $ Individual Classes $ To be jogged. Eight Ribbons. 129 Children s Pony Hunter 130 Children s Pony Hunter 131 Children s Pony Hunter 132 Children s Pony Hunter 133 Children s Pony Hunter Under Saddle $1000 PONY HUNTER CLASSIC Rated AA Open to ponies showing in Regular Pony Division. Second round of division is first round score. Nominating Fee: $75 Showing Fee: $ Pony Hunter Classic Prize Money: $300, $220, $150, $100, $70, $60, $50, $50 ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER SECTION Rated C With less than 9 entries in each group, young and older Adult Amateurs may be combined. To be ridden by an amateur in possession of a valid Amateur card. To be judged on performance manners, way of going and soundness. Suitability of an Adult Amateur mount to be stressed. Fences shall be 3, spreads not to exceed height of fence. A rider in the Adult Amateur Division is not eligible to compete in any class where fences exceed 3 3 with the exception of the Children s/adult Jumper Division. Entry Fee: $150 for the section, or $35 per class. GROUP A - Riders $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 136 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 137 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 138 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 139 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter Under Saddle GROUP B - Riders $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 141 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 142 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 143 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 144 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter Under Saddle GROUP C - Riders 50 & over 145 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 146 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 147 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 148 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter 149 $100 Adult Amateur Hunter Under Saddle 20

22 150 $500 NAL/WIHS Adult Amateur Hunter Classic 151 $500 NAL/WIHS Children s Hunter Classic Nominating Fee: $50 Showing Fee: $25 Classic Eligibility: Horses must have, shown and completed the course in at least two over fence class in the Children s Hunter division or the Adult Amateur division and have not shown in a Jumper class in this show, with the exception of the Children s/adult Jumper. In order for points to count, each horse/rider combination must be registered with the desired league by sending a completed official application form and a membership fee to the desired League Office. Class Conditions: To be judged on performance and soundness, suitability and manners to count. To be scored under the open numerical judging system using two judges (where available). Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10 fences. The twelve horses with the highest scores from the first round will return to jump a second round over a different course. In the event of equality affecting the selection of the top twelve, all those equal will qualify. The scores of the twelve horses in the second round will be added to the first round scores and placed in order of their total score for the two rounds. Horses tied for first place only will jump a third round over a shortened course. Ties for all other places will remain tied. Course: To be shown over a course of approximately 10 jumps not to exceed 3 in height with spread to 3. RIDERS WILL RIDE FOR RIBBONS. Show requirements: Riders to be formally attired. CHILDREN S HUNTER SECTION Rated C Open to horses only. To be shown by a Junior Exhibitor. To be judged on performance, manners, way of going and soundness. Suitability as a Children s Hunter to be stressed. Course shall consist of no less than 8 fences 3 in height. Rider may not show in classes where fences exceed 3 3 except age group equitation, medal classes, Children s/adult Jumper. Entry Fee: $150 for the section or $35 per class. 152 $100 Children s Hunter 14 & under 153 $100 Children s Hunter 14 & under 154 $100 Children s Hunter 14 & under 155 $100 Children s Hunter 14 & under 156 $100 Children s Hunter Under Saddle -14 & under 157 $100 Children s Hunter $100 Children s Hunter $100 Children s Hunter $100 Children s Hunter $100 Children s Hunter Under Saddle SHORT STIRRUP HUNTER SECTION Not Rated Open to riders 12 and under in their 1st or 2nd year of showing at NCHJA or USEF recognized shows over fences 2 or higher. Riders are not eligible to compete in this division for more than 2 years. Year is determined from the first date a rider competes at a recognized NCHJA, SCHJA, VHSA, MHSA Show. Suitability as a Short Stirrup Mount to be stressed. Fences 2. In the event of rule conflicts, NCHJA rules prevail. Entry Fee: $110 per section or $30 per class. 162 Short Stirrup Hunter 163 Short Stirrup Hunter 164 Short Stirrup Hunter 165 Short Stirrup Hunter 166 Short Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle 21

23 LOW CHILDREN'S ADULT HUNTER SECTION Open to non-professional children and adult riders; may not cross enter into any other division at show or any Equitation class with fences exceeding 2 6. Fences, Entry Fee: $110 for division or $30 per class 167 Low Children's Adult Hunter Warm Up 168 Low Children's Adult Hunter 169 Low Children's Adult Hunter 170 Low Children's Adult Hunter 171 Low Children's Adult Hunter 172 Low Children's Adult Hunter Under Saddle SCHOOLING HUNTER Not Rated Entry Fee: $30 per class or $90 per division. 173 Schooling Hunter (2 6 ) 174 Schooling Hunter 175 Schooling Hunter Under Saddle Schooling Hunter (3 ) 177 Schooling Hunter 178 Schooling Hunter Under Saddle STATE FAIR SCHOOLING PONY Not Rated Entry Fee: $30 per class or $90 per division. Eight ribbons. (This division will be split with 12 or more in each section.) 179 State Fair Schooling Pony (2 ) 180 State Fair Schooling Pony (2 ) 181 State Fair Schooling Pony 2 Under Saddle 182 State Fair Schooling Pony (2 6 ) 183 State Fair Schooling Pony (2 6 ) 184 State Fair Schooling Pony 2 6 Under Saddle HUNTER WARM UP SECTION Entry Fee: $ Hunter Warm Up (to run with each division if time allows) 186 Hunter Warm Up (to run with each division if time allows) 187 Green Pony & Children s Pony Warm Up NC STATE FAIR SCHOOLING HUNTER SECTION Open to horses. Judged on performance and soundness. Entry Fee $30 per class or $90 per division. 188 NCSF Schooling Hunter NCSF Schooling Hunter NCSF Schooling Hunter Under Saddle NC STATE FAIR PONY HUNTER Open to ponies. Judged on performance and soundness. Entry Fee $30 per class or $90 per division. 191 NCSF Pony Hunter 2 3, 2 6, NCSF Pony Hunter 2 3, 2 6, NCSF Pony Hunter Under Saddle

24 $1500 PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER SECTION To be judged on performance, soundness, manners and way of going. Entry Fee $135 for each section. $35 per class. 194 $150 Performance Working Hunter $150 Performance Working Hunter $150 Performance Working Hunter $150 Performance Working Handy Hunter $150 Performance Working Hunter Under Saddle 199 $150 Performance Working Hunter $150 Performance Working Hunter $150 Performance Working Hunter $150 Performance Working Handy Hunter $150 Performance Working Hunter Under Saddle Entry Fee $25 per class. 267 Walk Trot Equitation 268 Walk Trot Pleasure 269 Walk Trot U/S WALK TROT SECTION 300 $10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby Entry Fee: $300 Open to horses and ponies registered with the USHJA; riders, owners and trainers must be current active members of USEF and USHJA. Fences, reminiscent of the hunt field, to be set at 3' with 4 high-option fences set at 3'5". Two round format: First round is Classic Hunter Round, second round is Handy Hunter Round. The 12 highest-scoring horse/rider combinations after the first round are eligible to return for the second round. To be judged to two judges, to provide one score. Formal attire required. Minimum of 12 entries. Specifications: Prize Money: $3000 (cooler), $2200, $1300, $800, $600, $500, $400, $300, $300, $200, $200, $200 HUNTER SEAT EQUITATION SECTION Rated N Application for membership must be made directly to the USEF, VHSA, SCHJA, MHSA and NCHJA. No credit will be given for winning before a competitor becomes a member. All classes to be judged on seat, hands, guidance and control of horse or pony. 211 USEF Adult Equitation Entry Fee: $40 Open to Amateur Senior members of USEF. Application for membership and amateur certification must be received by the USEF office prior to date of class. Only one rider per horse. To be shown over a course of not less than eight obstacles at 3 3. The course must include one combination which includes an oxer and two changes of direction after the first fence. Two or more tests of the top four competitors are required. Tests To fill a class, six (6) competitors must complete the course. 212 Hunter Seat Equitation Over Fences, Years Entry Fee: $35 Open to riders 15 years of age through 17 years of age. To be shown over a course of fences Tests Hunter Seat Equitation On The Flat, Years Entry Fee: $35 Open to riders 15 years of age through 17 years of age. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter. Tests Dover Saddlery/USEF National Hunter Seat Medal Entry Fee: $40 Open to Junior Members of the USEF who have not reached their 18th birthday. Application for membership must be made directly to USEF. To be shown over a course of not less than 8 obstacles at 3 6 which must include one combination, including an oxer, and two changes of direction (change of lead) after the first fence.. Two or more tests of the top four contestants are required. Tests One rider per horse. To fill a class six (6) competitors must complete the course. 23

25 215 NCHJA Pony Medal Entry Fee: $40 Open to Junior Members of NCHJA.. Must be a member before entering the class. To be shown over a hunter type course of not less than 8 fences and 1/3 of the obstacles must be oxers. The course must include at least one change of lead and 2 of the following: bending line, roll back turn, or long approach to a single jump. Ponies not exceeding 12.2 hands to jump 2 3, ponies over 12.2 and not exceeding 13.2 hands to jump 2 6, and ponies over 13.2 and not exceeding 14.2 hands to jump 3. Only one rider per pony. Four (4) competitors must enter, 3 competitors must complete the course. The judge must select as many riders as he wishes to show at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring being judged on seat, hands, guidance and control of the mount. The flat phase of selected contestants shall count 50%. Contestants in the NCHJA Pony Medal class are not eligible for the E.J. Haun Memorial Equitation Class or the NCHJA Childrens Medal Class at the same show. Any contestant that has won the Equitation on Ponies Finals is not eligible for any other competion in the NCHJA Equitation on Ponies class. 216 Hunter Seat Equitation On The Flat, Years Entry Fee: $35 Open to riders 12 years of age through 14 years of age. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter. Tests Hunter Seat Equitation Over Fences, Years Entry Fee: $35 Open to riders 12 years of age through 14 years of age. To be shown over a course of fences Tests Hunter Seat Equitation On The Flat, 11 & Under Entry Fee: $35 Open to riders 11 years of age and under. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter. Tests Hunter Seat Equitation Over Fences, 11 & Under Entry Fee: $35 Open to riders 11 years of age and under. To be shown over a course of fences Tests Washington International Equitation Classic Entry Fee: $50 per class Open to all junior members of the USEF and CEF. The same horse must be ridden in all phases throughout the class. Each horse may be used by one rider only, unless the judge requests a change. Conventional tack per USEF JP Hunter Phase Only: To be shown over a minimum of 8 jumps at 3 6. The course will consist of natural jumps and include a combination, hunter lines and a long approach to a single jump. Open numerical scoring will be used for the first round only. Additional testing may be required. USEF and tests Jumper Phase Only: To be shown over a minimum of 8 jumps at 3 6. Course may consist of any of the following: double combination, triple combination, vertical-no ground lines, liverpool, narrow jump minimum width 8, one or more of the following: triple bar, Swedish oxer, fan jump. Open numerical scoring will be used for the first round only. Additional testing may be required. USEF test Two Phase Hunter & Jumper: Scoring: Both Hunter & Jumper Phases to be scored under the Numerical System. Scores from the two phases will be added together to determine the overall winner unless there is additional testing. Ties in each phase will be resolved without further testing. Each phase will be pinned as a separate class. Start Order: Scores from the first phase will determine the order of go in the second phase. The highest scores will return last; riders may volunteer to move up in the order. Courses: See Hunter Phase Only and Jumper Phase Only. 221 Platinum Performance USEF Talent Search Class* Entry Fee: $50 See USEF EQ110 for specifications. To fill a class, six competitors must complete the course. 222 Bryan Jones Memorial NCHJA Adult Medal Entry Fee: $40 Open to Amateur Senior members of the NCHJA. Must be a member before entering the Class. To be shown over a hunter type course of not less than 8 fences 3 in height and 1/3 of the obstacles must be oxers. The course must include at least one change of lead and 2 of the following: bending line, roll back turn, or long approach to a single jump. Only one rider per horse. Four competitors to fill the class. Three competitors must complete the course. 25% or a minimum of three, which-ever is greater, shall be invited to show both ways of the ring: being judged on seat, hands, guidance and control of the mount. The Flat Phase of selected contestants shall count 50%. Judges may ask contestants to perform USEF tests Course must be approved by the Judge and Steward. 223 E.J. Haun Memorial Hunter Seat Equitation Medal Entry Fee: $40 Open to Junior Members of the NCHJA. Must be a member before entering class. To be shown over a hunter type course of not less than 8 fences offered at both 3 6 and the 3 3 height and 1/3 of the obstacles must be oxers. The course must include at least one change of lead and 2 of the following: bending line, roll back turn, or long approach to a single jump. Only one contestant per horse. Four competitors to fill the class. Three competitors must complete the course. Twenty-five percent or a minimum or 3, whichever is greater, shall be required to show both ways of the 24

26 ring; being judged on seat, hands, guidance and control of the mount. The flat phase of selected contestants shall count 50%. Judges may ask contestants to perform USEF Tests Contestants in the E. J. Haun Class shall not be eligible for the NCHJA Pony Medal Class or the NCHJA Children s Medal Class at the same show. Judges may ask contestants to perform USEF tests SCHJA Governor s Cup Equitation Class Entry Fee: $40 The South Carolina Governor s Cup Equitation class is open to junior members of the SCHJA and may be ridden on a horse or pony. Only one rider per horse or pony. To be shown over a modified hunter course of 8 fences with fences set at 3. The course must include a combination which counts as one fence, at least two changes of direction, and two spread fences. There must be five exhibitors to fill the class. Four or more riders must return for additional testing as determined by the judge(s). The additional testing will count 25%. 225 THIS Children s Medal Entry Fee: $40 Open to all Junior members of the USEF and CEF who have never competed in a National Equitation Finals with fences at 3 6 (i.e. USEF Medal, ASPCA Maclay; USET, CET, or CEF Finals; WIHS Capital Cup). To be shown over a minimum of eight fences 2 9 to 3 in height, spread not to exceed fence height. The course may be either a Jumper or Hunter type course and must include at least two changes of direction and a combination. Water obstacles (i.e. water jump, Liverpool) are not permitted. The top 4 riders, or 20% of the first round competitors, whichever is greater, are required to perform at least two individual tests from USEF Tests Course to include two changes of direction and a combination. An open numerical Scoring System must be used in the first round, with each rider s score to be announced at the completion of their round. 226 Ariat National Adult Medal Entry Fee: $40 Open to all Amateur members of the USEF and CEF who are eligible to compete in the Adult Amateur Hunter Section at this show. A rider may not compete at the same horse show in any hunter or equitation class in which the jumps exceed three feet, three inches (3 3 ). To be shown over a minimum of eight fences not to exceed 3 in height, spread not to exceed fence height. The course may be either a Jumper or Hunter type course and must include at least two changes of direction and a combination. Water obstacles (i.e. water jump, Liverpool) are not permitted. The top 4 riders, or 20% of the first round competitors, whichever is greater, are required to perform at least two individual tests from USEF Tests Course to include two changes of direction and a combination. An open numerical Scoring System must be used in the first round, with each rider s score to be announced at the completion of their round. 227 Marshall & Sterling U.S. Pony Medal Class Entry Fee: $40 Open to Junior members of the USEF who have not yet reached their 18th birthday, on ponies 14.2 hands and under. Riders entered in this class cannot enter into an USEF Medal Class at the same show. Suit-ability of a pony to rider will be emphasized. To be shown over a course of not less than six obstacles 2 3 for ponies not exceeding 12.2 hands; 2 6 for ponies over 12.2 hands and not exceeding 13.2 hands; and 3 for ponies over 13.2 hands. If an in and out is used, the suggested distance for small ponies is 20 ; for medium ponies 22 ; and for large ponies 24. The distance must be altered for each height division. Judges can require Tests 1-9. Only one rider per pony. To fill a class six competitors must complete the course. This class must be judged as one class, with all height sections run consecutively. 228 Short Stirrup Equitation On The Flat Entry Fee: $35 Open to junior riders eligible to compete in the Short Stirrup Hunter division. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter. Tests Short Stirrup Equitation Over Fences (Not to exceed 2 ) Entry Fee: $ Low Children's Adult Equitation on the Flat Entry Fee: $ Low Children's Adult Equitation Over Fences (2 6 ) Entry Fee: $ NCHJA Children s Medal Class Entry Fee: $40 Open to Junior members of the NCHJA. Must be a member before entering the Class. To be shown over a hunter type course of not less than eight fences 3 in height and one-third of the obstacles must be oxers. The course must include at least one change of lead and two of the following: bending line, roll-back turn, or long approach to a single jump. Only one rider per horse. Four competitors to fill the class. Three competitors must complete the course. 25% or a minimum of three, whichever is greater, shall be invited to show both ways of the ring; being judged on seat, hands, guidance, and control of the mount. The flat phase of selected contestants shall count 50%. Judges may ask contestants to perform USEF tests Course must be approved by the judge and steward. Contestants in the NCHJA Children s Medal Class are not eligible for the NCHJA Pony Medal Class or the E.J. Haun Memorial Equitation Class at the same show. 233 WIHS Pony Medal Entry Fee: $35 25

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