1 Carriage Classic in the Pines May 5 & 6, 2018 SHOW STARTS PROMPTLY AT 8:30 AM WPCSA Bronze Sanctioning Applied For ADS Sanctioned Show Information Location: Big Sky Farm 390 Tremont Place Southern Pines, NC Pleasure Show Judge: Marsha Himler Cones Show Judge: Steve Holm Show Chair/Organizer: Deborah Branson PO Box 2270 Southern Pines, NC (910) Cell (910) Announcer: David Frump Vet on Call: Southern Pines Equine Show Info & Prize List available on: carolinapony.com moorecountydrivingclub.net Show Secretary: Sarah Crevar Rabb 6300 Ashemont Aberdeen, NC (919) Ring Master: Tommy Doonan Technical Delegate: Mickie Bowen Emergency Personnel: 911 the show ground is less than 5 minutes from an emergency hospital Rules Committee: Deborah Branson Dede Bushneck David Frump High Point Challenge Carriage Classic in the Pines & Morven Park Pleasure Show and Combined Test to be held in Leesburg, Virginia on June 16th will offer a Challenge Trophy to the high scoring horse or pony at the combined shows.
2 Entry Fee Information ADS Entry Fee Information USE ONLINE ENTRY FORM LINK Pre-Entries Post- Entries Close Date: 04/25/18 (Tue before show) Show Day (starting after pre-entry close) ADS Per Class Fee: $25/class $20 admin fee (on top of entry total) ADS Adult Division Fee: working, turnout, reinsmanship, timed obstacles, reverse psychology obstacles ADS Junior Division Fee: working, turnout, reinsmanship, timed obstacles, reverse psychology obstacles $100/horse/pony & exhibitor combo per Division $75/horse/pony & exhibitor combo per Division ADS Competition Fee: $5/exhibitor $5/exhibitor ADS Non-Member Competition Fee: $30/exhibitor $30/exhibitor $20 admin fee (on top of entry total) $20 admin fee (on top of entry total) Stalls: $35/night $35/night Stall Cleaning Deposit: Separate Check returned if stall is cleaned $10/stall $10/stall prior to departure Shavings: $6/bag **Must preorder by pre-entry close date Kentucky Derby Party Fee: $35/person $35/person Refund Info: NO REFUND ON ENTRIES WITHOUT A VET CERTIFICATE prior to Show Date ADS Entry Information Payment: Entry Form: Coggins/Vaccination: Full Payment received by Show start date (or open check) Must be completed in full & signed using Online Form All horses/ponies showing must provide a valid Coggins for current year and Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within the six months prior to entering the competition venue.
3 Entry Fee Information WPCSA Entry Fee Information Pre-Entries Post- Entries Close Date: 04/25/18 (Tue before show) Show Day (starting after pre-entry close) WPCSA Per Class Fee: $25/class $20 admin fee (on top of entry total) WPCSA All Day Fee: $70/horse/pony & exhibitor combo $20 admin fee (on top of entry total) WPCSA Recording Fee: $5/pony $5/pony WPCSA Non-Member Fee: $5/owner $5/owner WPCSA Non-Member Measure Fee: $5/pony $5/pony Stalls*: $35/night $35/night Stall Cleaning Deposit: Separate Check returned if stall is cleaned $10/stall $10/stall prior to departure Shavings**: $6/bag **Must preorder by pre-entry close date Kentucky Derby Party Fee: $35/person $35/person Refund Info: NO REFUND ON ENTRIES WITHOUT A VET CERTIFICATE prior to Show Date WPCSA Entry Information Payment: Entry Form: Registration Papers: Coggins: Measurement: Full Payment received by Show start date Must be completed in full & signed All horses/ponies showing in WPCSA classes must have a legible copy of Welsh Certificate of Registration on file with secretary All horses/ponies showing must have a valid Coggins on file with secretary All horses/ponies must have a measurement card on file with secretary or be measured at show Measurement of ponies/cobs without a card will be announced or can be done by appointment
4 General Information and Rules ADS General Information & Rules 1. The Moore County Driving Club, the show committee, and the owners of the property known as Big Sky Farm will not be responsible for any claim resulting from injury or injuries to any person, equine, or loss or damage to property incurred on the show grounds. All persons riding on any vehicle MUST sign an A.D.S waiver and Big Sky Farm waiver. Competitors in violation are subject to disqualification from the show. 2. Any dog that is not restrained by a leash will be confined by the Show Officials and a $75.00 retrieval fee will be assessed. 3. The combined driving hazards/obstacles located on the facility are OFF LIMITS TO EVERYONE. If any horse/pony is seen/caught by management or show officials within a hazard/obstacle all persons associated with that horse/pony will be ELIMINATED from show and told to leave grounds immediately. 4. Late entries might not be listed in the program. a. An ENTRY is defined as a combination of horse(s) or ponies(s), vehicle and driver, which has been assigned a specific entry number. Any change in this combination will be considered as a new entry. b. All checks and payments are to be made payable to: Moore County Driving Club. c. The American Driving Society Disclaimer (provided in Prize List Online) must be signed by every competitor/participant including the driver and each person who rides with a driver on a carriage not only during the actual competition but including any time from arrival at the competition to departure. See Show Secretary for additional copies. d. Every participant in the Carriage Classic in the Pines is responsible for having knowledge of, and is subject to, the current ADS. Rulebook (2018). e. The show committee reserves the right to decline any entry and to return any fee before or during the competition without being liable for compensation. f. The show committee reserves the right to combine, divide, or cancel classes at its own discretion. g. The entry fee will be refunded if a class is canceled. 5. Awards and Championships a. Points will be awarded as follows 1 st place-6 points, 2 nd place-5 points, 3 rd place-4 points, 4 th place-3 points, 5 th place-2 points, 6 th place-1 point. b. In classes with fewer than (6) entries, all placing points will be adjusted for the size of the class; 5 entries: 1 st place-5 points, 2 nd place-4 points, 3 rd place-3 points and so on; 4 entries: 1 st place-4 points, 2 nd place-3 points, 3 rd place-2 points; 3 entries; 1 st place-3 points, 2 nd place-2 points and etc. c. To be eligible for Division Championships and Awards, a competitor must enter and be judged in every class of that division. d. No Championship Points will be awarded for entries in specialty classes. e. If a tie in a championship points is to be decided, the following will be used: the best placing in the reinsmanship class. A tie for reserve any be decided by a coin flip if all parties agree. 6. Any questions or dispute not covered by these Rules and Regulations will be referred to the Technical Delegate to be brought to the Judge or Show Manager for a decision. 7. The Judge s decision shall be final. 8. Removing the bridle from an animal harnessed to a vehicle or leaving on animal unattended while hitched anywhere on the show grounds will result in immediate elimination.
5 9. Junior division open to whips 18 years of age or younger as of Jan years of age or younger to be accompanied by an adult. Helmets required for all juniors. 10. No cantering/galloping will be allowed in any pleasure show class. A break to a canter is defined as four full strides; six full strides or more is prolonged canter or gallop (ADS article 211). In case of multiple turnout, all horses must break for a penalty to be incurred. ADS Eligibility Horse: Pony: VSE: Junior: Utility: Old Guard Class: Novice Horse & Pony: Maiden Equines over 14.2 (58 / 147 cm) in height will be classified as horse. Equines 14.2 hands and under. If pony class is split large and small; small pony not to exceed 12.2 hands (50 / 147cm) large pony are those ponies over 12.2 not to exceed 14.2 Equines under 9.3 hands (39 / 99 cm). Open: Open to all drivers and horses/ponies. Any Whip who is under 19 years old as of January 1, Helmets required. Open to horses and ponies put to a 2 or 4 wheel marathon type vehicle and not suitable for any other division or class. Pneumatic wheels are acceptable in this division Open to whips of 60 years and older. Any turnout of single horse or pony may compete in the Novice division under the following conditions (ADS Article 214.2) entries are ineligible for Novice classes after winning at least one first place ribbon in each of three ADS-recognized and/or USEF-licensed Carriage Pleasure driving competitions. Will split into horses & ponies if entries warrant Only open to drivers who have not won a first place ribbon in a ADS recognized and/or USEF licensed Carriage Pleasure Driving competition WPCSA General Information & Rules The judge s decision is final. The judge, rules committee or show grounds manager may intercede in any situation that appears unsafe to exhibitors, animals or bystanders to reduce the possibility of accident or injury. Any acts of discourtesy or disobedience to the judge or officials, or the part of the owner, rider or groom shall disqualify the ponies & the owner shall forfeit his/her entry fee & other fees. All Welsh ponies six years & over, showing in breeding classes & all Welsh, ½ Welsh & Part breds showing in performance classes MUST BE MEASURED or present a valid WPCSA or USEF measurement card. Measuring will be done between 8 & 8:30 AM on show day or by appointment. Removing the bridle from an animal harnessed to a vehicle or leaving an animal unattended while hitched, anywhere on the show grounds, will result in instant elimination & removal from the show grounds. Wire Wheeled Vehicles Permitted in all driving classes. Junior exhibitors must wear approved protective headgear (ASTM/SEI) at all times whenever mounted or in a driven vehicle at all times while on the show ground. Harness must be secured & properly fitted. Any rider violating this rule at any time must immediately be prohibited from further riding until such headgear is properly in place.
6 Class Specifications ADS CLASS SPECIFICATIONS Turnout (Ring Class) A Pleasure Driving class in which entries are judged primarily on performance and quality of each turnout. To be show both ways of the arena at a walk, slow trot, working trot, and strong trot. To stand quietly and to rein back. To be judged: 70% on the condition, fit and appropriateness of harness and vehicle, spares and appointments, neatness and appropriateness of attire and overall impression. 30% on performance, manners and way of going. Working (Ring Class) A Pleasure Driving Class in which entries are judged primarily on the suitability of the horse to provide a pleasant drive. To be shown both ways of the arena at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot. To stand quietly and to rein back. All entries chosen for a workout may be worked both ways of the arena at any gait requested by the judge and may be asked to execute appropriate tests. To be judged: 70% on performance, manners and way of going of the horse (s). 20% on the condition and fit of harness and vehicle. 10% on neatness of attire. Reinsmanship (Ring Class) A Pleasure Driving class in which entries are judged primarily on the ability and skill of the driver. To be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot. Drivers shall be required to rein back. All drivers chosen for a workout may be worked at any gait requested by the judge and may be asked to execute appropriate tests. The driver should be seated comfortably on the box so as to be relaxed and effective. Either the one or two handed method of driving is acceptable. Common to both methods, the elbows and arms should be close to the body with an allowing but steady hand enabling a consistent feel with the horse s mouth. Drivers should not be penalized or rewarded for using one general style over another. To be judged: 75% on handling of reins and whip, control, posture, and overall impression of driver. 25% on the condition of harness and vehicle and neatness and attire.
7 Timed Obstacles To be driven over a prescribed course of obstacles. The number of obstacles to be proportionate to the dimensions of the driving area. Not to exceed 20 obstacles. After passing the starting line, the driver shall proceed through each obstacle in order to the designated finish line. Course faults are assessed as penalty seconds and are added to the driver s elapsed time. Placings are determined on a low total time basis. Reverse Psychology Obstacles 1. To be driven over a prescribed course of obstacles (paired markers) obstacles are recommended as a course length, but the number may be adjusted to be proportionate to the dimensions of the driving area. 3. After passing through the Start markers, all the obstacles shall be driven in the correct sequence. 4. After completing the highest-numbered obstacle, the driver will then turn and drive that obstacle in the reverse direction and continue to drive all the remaining obstacles in reverse order and in the reverse direction and through the Finish markers where timing will stop. 5. Course faults are scored as penalty seconds and are added to the driver s elapsed time. Placings are determined on a low total time basis. 6. Entries may be stopped by a signal from the judge after completing the highest-numbered obstacle to allow dislodged/disturbed obstacles to be rebuilt. PLEASURE DRIVING OBSTACLE PENALTIES Knocking over start or finish marker Knocking down or dislodging obstacle Break to canter 1st break to canter 2nd break to canter 3rd break to canter 4th break to canter Prolonged canter Disobedience or groom(s) dismounting (cumulative over course) 1st incident 2nd incident 3rd incident Starting before signal Failure to cross starting line within one minute of signal Off-course Outside assistance Failure to carry whip Use of a tie-down or overcheck Breakage of harness or vehicle Exceeding time limit (twice time allowed) Entries that overturn Failure of entire entry to pass through start or finish markers 5 seconds 5 seconds 5 seconds 5 seconds 5 seconds 5 seconds 10 seconds Concours d Elegance The essence of the competition is the word Elegance. The winner will be the turnout, which, in the opinion of the judge, presents the most elegant effect. This will include vehicle, harness, appointments, horse(s), driver, passengers, grooms, etc., but above all, general impression is most important. Vehicle and harness may be inspected to ensure thoughtful restoration and careful maintenance. Attention will be paid to the personal appearance of the driver, grooms, and passengers as it contributes to the overall picture. Period costumes are definitely prohibited. Performance will not be judged unless it detracts from the elegance of the turnout. Will be judged by overall impression throughout the competition.
8 Ladies Driving Class Entries are judged primarily on the suitability of the turnout for a lady with emphasis on manners. To be shown both ways of the arena at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot. Must rein back without resistance and must stand quietly at any location in the arena. To be judged: 50% on manners, performance, elegance and suitability of the turnout for a lady. 25% on the skill of the driver. 25% on overall impression. Gentlemen s Driving Class Entries are judged primarily of the turnout for a gentleman with emphasis on manners. To be shown both ways of the arena at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot. May show a degree of boldness but not excessive speed. Must rein back without resistance and must stand quietly at any location in arena. To be judged: 50% on manners, performance, and suitability of the turnout for a gentleman. 25% on the skill of the driver. 25% on overall impression. Drive and Ride Single horse or pony to be shown in two concurrent sections. In Harness: To be shown to a suitable pleasure driving vehicle, both ways of the arena at a walk, slow trot, working trot, and strong trot. To stand quietly and to rein back Under Saddle: To be shown both ways of the arena at a walk, and trot (or jog). To stand quietly and to rein back. To be judged: 50% on performance, manners, way of going and suitability in harness. 50% on performance, manners, and way of going under saddle Old Guard Class is judge under house rules. Open to all drivers 60 years and over. To be shown both ways of the arena at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot. Must rein back and stand quietly. To be judged: 50% on reinsmanship 50% on performance
9 WPCSA CLASS SPECIFICATIONS WPCSA PLEASURE DRIVING (Article 113.1) 12/1/2016 To be shown to a suitable two or four-wheeled vehicle or fourwheeled vehicle for pairs, but not a viceroy, racing sulky or fine harness rig. Use of a bike style vehicle with floorboards and a basket is acceptable. To be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, working trot and trot on and stand quietly and except for tandems, to back readily. A properly attired groom or passenger capable of rendering assistance in case of an emergency is required for all pairs and tandems; unicorns and four-in-hands require 2 grooms/passengers. Failure to comply will result in elimination from the class. To be judged 75% on performance, manners, movement and style; 25% on breed type and conformation. Working classes are judged 100% on performance WPCSA CARRIAGE DRIVING (Article 113.2) Wire wheeled vehicles may be used. Classes open to Ponies/Cobs/Half- Welsh/Part Breds. To be shown both ways of the arena at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot. To stand quietly, both on the rail and while lined up, and to rein back. In the slow trot the animal should maintain forward impulsion while showing submission to the bit. A properly attired groom or passenger capable of rendering assistance in case of an emergency is required for all pairs and tandems; unicorns and four- in-hands require 2 grooms/passengers. Failure to comply will result in elimination from the class. WPCSA CARRIAGE DRIVING TURNOUT (Article ) To be judged primarily on the performance and quality of each turnout. To be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot. To stand quietly and to rein back. To be judged 70% on the condition, fit and appropriateness of harness and vehicle, neatness and appropriateness of attire and overall impression; 30% on performance, manners and way of going. WPCSA CARRIAGE DRIVING WORKING (Article ) To be judged primarily on the suitability of the animal to provide a pleasant drive. To be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot. To stand quietly both on the rail and while lined up and, to rein back. May be asked to execute appropriate tests. To be judged 70% on performance, manners and way of going; 20% on condition and fit of harness and vehicle; 10% on neatness of attire. WPCSA OBSTACLE/CONES DRIVING (Article ) Obstacle/Cones to be judged 100% on performance. Course plan must be announced and posted one hour before competition is to begin. Competitors may walk the course. Martingales and overchecks are prohibited in obstacle classes for all vehicles. Side checks are optional. Failure to comply incurs elimination. Refer to specifications in rulebook (Article ) for the type of obstacle/cones classes being offered. See Article for definition of break in gait. WPCSA OBSTACLE/CONES DRIVING (Article ) Obstacle/Cones to be judged 100% on performance. Course plan must be announced and posted one hour before competition is to begin. Competitors may walk the course. Martingales and overchecks are prohibited in obstacle classes for all vehicles. Side checks are optional. Failure to comply incurs elimination. Refer to specifications in rulebook (Article ) for the type of obstacle/cones classes being offered. See Article for definition of break in gait. WPCSA Obstacle - Time Competition. Not to exceed 20 obstacles (pairs of cones topped with tennis balls). Faults add seconds to total time. Fastest time wins. 1. To be driven over a prescribed course of obstacles. The number of obstacles to be proportionate to the dimensions of the driving area. Not to exceed 20 obstacles. 2. After passing the starting line, the driver shall proceed through each obstacle in order to the designated finish line. 3. Course faults are scored as penalty seconds and are added to the driver s elapsed time. Placings are determined on a low total time basis. Ties for first will be decided by a drive-off (unless otherwise stated in the prize list). 4. Penalties: a) Exceeding time allowed (every commenced second) 0.5 second b) Knocking over start or finish marker 5 seconds c) Knocking down or dislodging obstacle 5 seconds d) Break in gait, if not allowed 1st break from trot 5 seconds 2nd break from trot 5 seconds 3rd break from trot 5 seconds 4th break from trot Prolonged canter or walk e) Disobedience and/or groom dismounting (cumulative over course) 1st incident 5 seconds 2nd incident 10 seconds 3rd incident f) Starting before signal g) Failure to cross starting line within one minute of signal h) Off course i) Exceeding time limit (2X time allowed) j) Outside assistance k) Failure to carry whip l) Use of a tie-down or overcheck m) Breakage of harness or vehicle
10 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, May :00 pm Stabling opens 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm Secretary office opens Competitor Packet Pick up 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Welcome reception-wine & light hors d oeuvres Saturday, May :00 am Secretary office opens 8:00 am Vendor area opens 8:30 am Classes start 12:00 pm Lunch break 12:45 pm Classes resume 6:00 pm Kentucky Derby competitors party (tickets required) Sunday, May :30 am Secretary office opens 8:30 am Vendor area opens 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch break main ring ADS Concours D Elegance awarded after all classes complete WPCSA Concours D Elegance awarded after all classes complete
11 CLASS NUMBERS BY DIVISION Class # Class Name Class # Class Name Single Pleasure Horse Division Single Pleasure Pony Division 4 Single Horse Turnout 1 Single Pony Turnout 25 Single Horse Reinsmanship 17 Single Pony Working 33 Single Horse Reverse Psychology 18 Single Pony Reinsmanship 39 Single Horse Timed Obstacles 30 Single Pony Reverse Psychology 42 Single Horse Working 38 Single Pony Timed Obstacles Single Very Small Equine Division Utility Division 5 Very Small Equine Turnout 7 Utility Turnout 19 Very Small Equine Working 28 Utility Reverse Psychology 22 Very Small Equine Reinsmanship 36 Utility Timed Obstacles 31 Very Small Equine Reverse Psychology 47 Utility Reinsmanship 40 Very Small Equine Timed Obstacles 49 Utility Working Multiples, Pair or Tandem Divisions: Horses, Ponies, VSE Novice Division 6 Multiples Turnout 3 Novice Horse & Pony Turnout 27 Multiples Reverse Psychology 24 Novice Horse & Pony Reinsmanship 34 Multiples Timed Obstacles 26 Novice Horse & Pony Working 45 Multiples Reinsmanship 32 Novice Horse & Pony Reverse Psychology 48 Multiples Working 35 Novice Horse & Pony Timed Obstacles Junior Whip Division Ride and Drive 8 Junior Whip Turnout 16.1 Ride and Drive (Drive Part) 29 Junior Whip Reverse Psychology 16.2 Ride and Drive (Ride portion) 37 Junior Whip Timed Obstacles 44 Junior Whip Reinsmanship 46 Junior Whip Working Ladies to Drive Maiden Whip 21 Ladies to Drive 20 Maiden Whip Old Guard Gentlemen to Drive 43 Old Guard 23 Gentlemen to Drive WPCSA - ABCD Pleasure Driving WPCSA - Carriage Driving 10 WPCSA - A, B, C, D - Conformation Pleasure Driving 2 WPCSA - Carriage Turnout 11 WPCSA - A, B, C, D - Working Pleasure Driving 9 WPCSA - Carriage Driving Working 12 WPCSA - A, B, C, D - Conformation Pleasure Driving Stake 41 WPCSA - Timed Obstacles WPCSA - ½ & Partbred Pleasure Driving 13 WPCSA - ½ and Partbred - Conformation Pleasure Driving 14 WPCSA - ½ and Partbred - Working Pleasure Driving 15 WPCSA - ½ and Partbred - Conformation Pleasure Driving Stake
12 Saturday - 05/05/18 Show Schedule 8:30 AM Start Class # Class Name Main Ring 1 Single Pony Turnout 2 WPCSA - Carriage Turnout 3 Novice Horse & Pony Turnout 4 Single Horse Turnout 5 Very Small Equine Turnout 6 Multiples Turnout 7 Utility Turnout 8 Junior Whip Turnout 9 WPCSA - Carriage Driving Working 10 WPCSA - A, B, C, D - Conformation Pleasure Driving 11 WPCSA - A, B, C, D - Working Pleasure Driving 12 WPCSA - A, B, C, D - Conformation Pleasure Driving Stake 13 WPCSA - ½ and Partbred - Conformation Pleasure Driving 14 WPCSA - ½ and Partbred - Working Pleasure Driving 15 WPCSA - ½ and Partbred - Conformation Pleasure Driving Stake 16.1 Ride and Drive (Drive Part) Lunch 16.2 Ride and Drive (Ride portion) 17 Single Pony Working 18 Single Pony Reinsmanship 19 Very Small Equine Working 20 Maiden Whip 21 Ladies to Drive 22 Very Small Equine Reinsmanship 23 Gentlemen to Drive 24 Novice Horse & Pony Reinsmanship 25 Single Horse Reinsmanship 26 Novice Horse & Pony Working Kentucky Derby Party!
13 Sunday - 05/06/18 Show Schedule 8:30 AM Start - Open Card Class # Class Name Ring 1 - Judge Holm 27 Multiples Reverse Psychology 28 Utility Reverse Psychology 29 Junior Whip Reverse Psychology 30 Single Pony Reverse Psychology 31 Very Small Equine Reverse Psychology 32 Novice Horse & Pony Reverse Psychology 33 Single Horse Reverse Psychology Ring 2 - Judge Himler 34 Multiples Timed Obstacles 35 Novice Horse & Pony Timed Obstacles 36 Utility Timed Obstacles 37 Junior Whip Timed Obstacles 38 Single Pony Timed Obstacles 39 Single Horse Timed Obstacles 40 Very Small Equine Timed Obstacles 41 WPCSA - Timed Obstacles Return to Main Ring 42 Single Horse Working 43 Old Guard 44 Junior Whip Reinsmanship 45 Multiples Reinsmanship 46 Junior Whip Working 47 Utility Reinsmanship 48 Multiples Working 49 Utility Working Presentation of Concours D Elegance Award - ADS & WPCSA
14 Directions to Show Put in your GPS, 175 Tremont Pl Southern Pines, stable is at 390 just a little further. Make sure you come off of Connecticut Rd NOT YOUNGS,you will not get thru with trailer If you need better directions call Deborah Branson From North: Enter Southern Pines from the North via US 1. Just after passing the NC Research Center on your left, merge into the left turn lane and turn onto May Street. Continue to the first traffic light (Connecticut). Turn left. Come approximately 3 miles to Tremont Place. Turn left and come under the Pergola. Continue across the small bridge. Stabling and parking will be on your right. From South: Enter Southern Pines from the North via US 1. Just after passing the NC Research Center on your left, merge into the left turn lane and turn onto May Street. Continue to the first traffic light (Connecticut). Turn left. Come approximately 3 miles to Tremont Place. Turn left and come under the Pergola. Continue across the small bridge. Stabling and parking will be on your right. Accommodations Microtel Inn & Suites 205 Windstar Pl. Southern Pines, NC (910) Best Western 1675 US 1 S Southern Pines (910) Hampton Inn 200 Columbus Dr. Aberdeen, NC (910) Food Food will available on the grounds
15 WELSH PONY & COB SOCIETY OF AMERICA, INC. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION Application Information Applicant(s) Name Address City/State/Zip Telephone Website Type of Membership (check one): Renewal New Membership NOTE: $10 Fee (Add for Foreign Memberships) All Canadian & Foreign payments must be in U.S. Funds. $1,000 Life Individual Only $1,000 Junior Life Individual Only Birth Date $60 *Annual Family/Firm - Immediate family unit or a corporation/firm or association *List names below $50 Annual Individual Only $35 Annual Associate Individual Only Limited Membership Privileges. No discount on registration & transfer fees; no vote; will not receive yearbook or be listed in the Member/Breeder Directory $30 Annual Junior - Individual Only - Age 18 & Under Birth Date No vote; will not receive yearbook or be listed in the Member/Breeder Directory All Annual Memberships expire on December 31 of the current year, regardless of date submitted. *New members receive a literature packet: Member-breeder list, Welsh Pony Leaflet; Welsh Cob Brochure; Care/Feeding booklet; Fee Schedule; WPCSA Newsletter; WPCSA Rulebook & By-Laws; 3 WPCSA Window Decal. *Family/Firm membership please list Individual s Names Designated Voter Name DOB if under 18 Complete Membership Form & Mail Mail To Welsh Pony & Cob Society of America, Inc. 720 Green St. Stephens City, VA Payment Method Name on card Check Enclosed Credit card Visa MasterCard Card Number Exp. / CVV# back of card Signature X ( )
16 2018 Carriage Classic in the Pines - WELSH SHOW ENTRY FORM One entry form per rider/pony combination Pony Information Registered Pony Name WPCSA# Age Color Sex Height Sire Name Reg. # Dam Name Reg. # Owner Information Owner Name Address Phone ( ) - Exhibitor Information Exhibitor Name Junior? Age DOB / / Address Phone ( ) - Classes Entered (please list each class number in a separate box) WPCSA# WPCSA# Entry Checklist Payment Payment Information Item Pre- Entry Post- Entry Qty Subtotal All Entries must Include: Checks payable to: Send Entries to: Questions? Contact: Completed & Signed Entry Form Registration Papers (copy) Coggins Measurement (copy) if applicable Moore County Driving Club Sarah Crevar Rabb 6300 Ashemont Rd Aberdeen, NC Deborah Branson (910) Cell (910) Classes Entry Fee $25 $20 admin All Day Entry Fee horse/pony & exhibitor combo $70 $20 admin WPCSA Recording Fee/pony WPCSA Non-Member Fee/owner WPCSA Non-Member Measure Fee/pony $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 Stall Fee $35 $35 Stall Cleaning Deposit Refundable upon departure Shavings/bag (must be preordered) $10 $10 $6 - Kentucky Derby Party $35 $35 Total Amount Due
17 Every entry at a WPCSA sanctioned show shall constitute an agreement and affirmation that all participants: 1) shall be subject to the rules of the WPCSA, CWC and the local competition; 2) every animal and exhibitor is eligible as entered; 3) agree to be bound by the rules of the WPCSA, CWC and the local competition and accept as final any decision of the WPCSA, CWC or competition on any questions arising under said rules and agree to hold the competition, the WPCSA, CWC their Officials, Directors and Employees harmless for any action taken; 4) agree that they participate voluntarily in the competition fully aware that equine sports and the competition involve inherent dangerous risks and by participating they expressly assume all risks of injury or loss and agree to indemnify and hold the WPCSA, CWC, the competition and their Officials, Directors, Employees and Agents harmless from all claims including injury or loss during or in connection with the competition whether or not such injury or loss resulted, directly or indirectly, from negligent acts or omissions of said Officials, Directors, Employees and Agents of the WPCSA, CWC or the competition. Entry Form Release Information Signature of Owner X Date / / Signature of Exhibitor X Signature of Parent/Guardian (if Exhibitor is under18) X
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Friesian Horse Show 2017 Showing show and open day Saturday 29 th July Dressage Sunday 30 th July At; Peattie farm, Coupar Angus, Perthshire, PH13 9LH Spectator tickets 10 at the gate www.friesiansscotland.com
THE RIDGE PALM BEACH SERIES Hunter Derby Day Friday, January 6, 2017 Save the Date: February 10, March 10 Featuring USHJA $15,000 International Hunter Derby $5000 National Hunter Derby $5000 Pony Hunter
MEMO 6 July 2017 FEI Driving Rules Proposed Modifications to be implemented 1st January 2018 Dear National Federations, We have the pleasure of enclosing the proposed modifications to the FEI Driving Rules
Lancaster County Super Fair! AMHR Show plus Carriage Class and a Two-Go Driving Derby for any small equine Lancaster Event Center (Pavilion 2 show and stalling) 4100 N.84 th St, Lincoln, NE August 10th
ALPHA DRESSAGE ASSOCIATION PRESENTS A DRESSAGE SCHOOLING SHOW Show Date: Sunday, March 10, 2013 Closing Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2013 Judge : Leslie O Sullivan Zieger (L) Location: Cheval Centre Manager
- 63RD ANNUAL - PACIFIC NORTHWEST MORGAN HORSE SHOW PNW Morgan Horse Show August 25, 26, 27, 2017 Washington Horsemen Tacoma Unit #1, Spanaway, Washington Local Rated by United States Equestrian Federation
Monmouth Fair 4-H Horse Show August 2, 2017 Show starts at 1:00pm Judge: Vicky Hepburn Open Statewide To All 4-H Members Registration Deadline: Postmarked by July 25, 2017 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
$5,000 Tri-Color Jumper Series Hosted By Stoneleigh-Burnham Equestrian Center 574 Bernardston Rd Greenfield, MA 01301 2016-2017 Personnel Chief Executive Officer: Stoneleigh-Burnham School Manager/Course
ALPHA DRESSAGE ASSOCIATION PRESENTS A DRESSAGE SCHOOLING SHOW Show Date: Sunday, Dec 8, 2013 Closing Date: Tuesday, Dec 3, 2013 Judge : Mary Jane Tenwick (L) Location: Cheval Centre Manager & Secretary:
Department R1 Miniature Horse Show Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 9:00 a.m. A Rated A.M.H.R. Sanctioned Premiums Offered: $2,300.00 Judges: Christel Fowler & Mike Adams **** TWO JUDGES**** Steward: Randy Martin
Florida Gold& Gulf Coast Circuits Same schedule of events and rings Gold Dec 27, 2011, Gold Dec 29, 2011, Gold Jan 1, 2012 Gulf Jan 3, 2012 Gulf Jan 5, 2012 Gulf Jan 7, 2012 Gran Prix Arena Open Card Warmup
The New Hampshire Hunter Jumper Association presents The 2015 Equitation & Hunter Finals October 2-4, 2015 Cheshire Fairgrounds - Swanzey, NH SHOW OFFICIALS Judges Ms. Carolyn Vincent Greenvale, NY Ms.
29 th Annual Midwest Norwegian Fjord Horse Club Sponsored Horse Show Organized by the Midwest Fjord Horse Club LaCrosse County Fairgrounds N4985 County RD M, West Salem, WI July 11-12 - 13, 2014 Dear Exhibitor:
UPHA Saddlebred Classics $250 UPHA Five-Gaited Classic $250 UPHA Three-Gaited Classic $250 UPHA Fine Harness Classic $500 UPHA Park Pleasure Classic CLASS REQUIREMENTS: The UPHA Classics may be offered
Page 1 of 8 General Rules Sanctioned Divisions and Rules for the Blue Ridge Horse Force (Updated March 2017) Points are awarded to horse/rider combinations. 1,2, 6 th place earns 6,5,4,,1 points respectively.
Blue Water Miniature Horse Jubilee AMHR Show Saturday & Sunday July 22-23,2017 Judges: Cathy Brubaker Jenny Pierucki Steward: Jeanne Bragagnini Midland County Fairgrounds Midland, MI Show begins each day
Miniature Horse Show Sunday, June 28, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. A Rated A.M.H.R. Sanctioned Premiums Offered: $2,300.00 Judges: Jon Wolf & Cindy Butler **** TWO JUDGES**** Steward: Randy Martin (payback on Judge
2014-001 WDAA Proposed Rule Changes USEF SUBCHAPTER WD-5 APPOINTMENTS WD127 Requirements for Competition Management WDAA WD601.1 (USEF new.1 - renumber as necessary; WDAA only the final phrase in the second
SOCA Obstacle Challenge At Greene Acres Stables 5041 Reece Road, Plant City, FL Where you and your horse can have fun! Saturday, March 8, 2014 Registration Opens at 9:00 a.m. Competition Starts at 10:00
Minnesota Miniature Horse Club Presents: AMHR June Club Show Saturday & Sunday June 24 & 25, 2017 Judges: Sandra Guy-Fox Renee Bush Steward: Robert Riddle Announcer: Jeanne Bragagnini Simons Arena 29100
Proud to offer the Pony Cup Proud to offer the Pony Cup Summer Sizzlers Dressage USEF/USDF Recognized Level 2 #332887, 7076, 242574 AQHA Dressage Point Approved Sizzler 1 June 11-12, 2016 Judge: Tami Batts,
2017 Finally Farm Horse Show Series Rule Book PURPOSE The Finally Farm Horse Show Series started in 2009 with the goal of offering affordable schooling shows that followed the standards of excellence found
Thomas School of Horsemanship Winter Horse Show Series C Rated Long Island High Score Award Divisions Short Stirrup Eq & Hunter, Children s Hunter, Pre-Children s Hunter, Low Hunters Jr. Equitation, Adult
OFFICIAL PRIZE LIST HARVEST DAYS HORSE SHOW November 7-9, 2014 FLORIDA STATE FAIRGROUNDS, TAMPA, FLORIDA sponsored by: The Tampa Horse Show Association, Inc. www.tampahorseshows.org JUDGE... BETSY BOONE
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July 1 September 9, 2017 First Class 9 am ENTRIES SHOW INFORMATION & RULES **PLEASE READ** Entries must be received by June 30th to avoid post-entry fee. Entry fees are $6.00 per class. Mail/deliver entry
2017 FIESTA DEL SUEÑO SERIES FDS SERIES OPENER: MAY 6 FDS SUMMER SHOW: JULY 8 FDS FALL SHOW: SEPTEMBER 30 RIVERVIEW PONY CLUB DERBY: OCTOBER 14 See our full schedule of Dressage, Derby and Jumper Shows
Superintendent: Kellie Stoll Department - 4-H Horse Entries: Online Only - http://adco.fairentry.com Entry Deadline: June 30, 2017 Entry Fee: $3.00 per class & Stock Fees when listed (Except Record Book
Riding Horse A Riding Horse is a Saddle Horse, which does not fit the criteria of a Show/Park Hack or Saddle Hunter, but is of type between the three. It is a quality Show Horse of excellent Conformation,
SECTION III GENERAL RULES Part 1 - Definitions 2016 RULEBOOK of the American Shetland Pony Club American Miniature Horse Registry American Show Pony Registry National Sport Performance Pony Registry SECTION
ORANGE BLOSSOM MINIATURE HORSE CLUB WINTER WARM UP AMHA SHOW Southeastern Pavilion Ocala, FL Indoor Arena New for 2018! We have added Pinto Classes!! Sunday, February 11, 2018 Senior Judge Sid Hutchcraft,
Proudly Presents THE YOUNG HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR DRESSAGE POTENTIAL & the First Qualifier for the SA National Young Dress Performance Series 2016 At Stellenbosch District Riding Club On Saturday 19th
146 Mule & Donkey Class Divisions All mule and donkey ages are measured from January 1 to December 31. (i.e. A mule born in April 2000 will begin its yearling year on January 1, 2001, two-year-old year
ASPC/AMHR Club of North Texas Invites You to Attend the 2016 Show offering classes for Classic Shetland - Modern Shetland - American Show Pony American Miniature Horse A & B Division JUDGES; Pamela Allen,
OKLAHOMA 4-H 2-YEAR-OLD HORSE TRAINING PROJECT CLASS GENERAL INFORMATION, RULES AND REGULATIONS AND ENTRY FORM Purpose: This program provides an incentive activity for experienced 4-Hers who have developed
Maplewood Farm Equestrian Team IEA Horse Show Show # HB8268 January 10, 2010 At: Volo Farm Westford, MA NO DOGS PERMITTED at the Horse Show! Interscholastic Equestrian Association Point Show The following
Page 1 2018 USEF Dressage National Championship Qualifying Requirements Approved by the USEF Ad-Hoc Selection Group of the USEF Board of Directors on 12.7.2017 2018 Championship Qualifying Requirements
Double SS Show Management Presents The Nebraska Husker Show May 17, 18, & 19, 2013 A Sanction Show offering classes for Classic, Over & Under-Foundation-Modern-Modern Pleasure-American Show Pony American
WISCONSIN STATE 4-H HORSE ASSOCIATION 26 th ANNUAL 4-H HUNTER & DRESSAGE SHOW JUNE 24-26, 2016 SHEBOYGAN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS PLYMOUTH, WI CLINICS OVER FENCES CLINIC FRIDAY, JUNE 24 & SATURDAY, JUNE 25 DRESSAGE
presents.. THE Best of the West Reining & Southwest Affiliate Regional Finals October 10-15, 2017 WestWorld of Scottsdale Judges: TODD SOMMERS, DEAN LATIMER, CHRISTIAN RAMMERSTOFFER & GARY ROBERTS Show
New Day Horse Show & New Beginning Horse Show January 6 & 7, 2018 To be held at Great Southwest Equestrian Center 2501 South Mason Road Katy, Texas Recognized by the Greater Houston Hunter Jumper Association
AMATEUR INTER-NATIONS SHOW JUMPING FESTIVAL CLASSES INC. COMPETITIONS AT 95CM & 1.05M A NATIONAL SHOW WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FLAVOUR JUMP AGAINST RIDERS FROM ALL OVER THE UK ONLINE ENTRIES ONLY Friday 24
Moss Vale & District AH&I Society Inc. ANNUAL SHOW 2016 HORSE EVENTS FRIDAY 4 th MARCH & SATURDAY 5TH MARCH ** SHOWJUMPING ENTRIES VIA GLOBAL** Entry Fee: $4.00 per (unless otherwise stated) Parking as
BLUESTEM MINIATURE HORSE CLUB AMHR SHOW June 4-5, 2016 LANCASTER EVENT CENTER * AMY COUNTRYMAN ARENA LINCOLN, NEBRASKA Judges: Pat Derrick, SD and Suzanne Border, NE/Steward: Dean Duxbury/Show Manager:
2018 National Reining Breeders Classic Terms & Conditions GENERAL EVENT CONDITIONS 1. STALLS Stalls will be available for move-in starting Tuesday, April 10, at a fee of $250 per stall for the duration
GLOUCESTER PARK SHOWGROUNDS 6 Margaret River Show 2011 Equestrian events Awesome Arena to Ride On Come, join us on the Western Oval. It s a beautiful grassed oval, quiet and without sideshows near competitors.
Updated 5/19/2016 Name of Event Type of Event Rating Date of Event Event Entry Form Entries OPEN Bromont International Driving Combined Driving Event FEI Equine Canada June 24-26, 2016 Prize List Entry
Monte Vista Equestrian Center Show ID #HU8015 At Monte Vista Christian School 2 School Way Watsonville CA 95076 Saturday October 11, 2008 Interscholastic Equestrian Association Point Show The following
MALLALA SHOWJUMPING CLUB STATE INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW November 11 th and 12 th 2017 ALL Dogs MUST be leashed at all times ENTRIES CLOSE TUESDAY 7 th November 2017 ENQUIRIES PHONE 0427140264 or 0427 019
Sweet Briar College Rogers Riding Center Box 6 Sweet Briar, VA 24595 Sweet Briar College 91st Annual Horse Show April 14, 2018 8:30AM Start Judge E. Sue Bopp Located at the Harriet H. Rogers Riding Center
SOUTHWEST CLASSIC MINIATURE HORSE SHOW PRESENTED BY INTERSTATE MINIATURE HORSE CLUB AMHR APRIL 7, 2017 HORSESHOE PARK & EQUESTRIAN CENTER 20464 EAST RIGGS ROAD QUEEN CREEK, ARIZONA 85142 480-358-3710 COME
JUMPERS Prepared By the Education/Evaluation Commission and Judges & Stewards Commissioner 10805 East Bethany Drive Aurora, Colorado 80014 (303) 696-4539 2016 Arabian Horse Association Jumpers effective
TURF TOUR Level 2 Jumper Show Including Children s/adult Jumpers, JR/AO Jumpers $5,000 Rising Star Classic $15,000 Grand Prix February 7-9, 2018 to be held at Polo West Show Phone: 561-791-1471 Text: 908-500-0996
Volo Farm Equestrian Team IEA Horse Show Show ID #HB 9003 February 6, 2011 Volo Farm 84 Powers Road Interscholastic Equestrian Association Point Show The following have been invited to officiate: Judge
23RD 25TH JANUARY 2016 WERRIBEE PARK NATIONAL EQUESTRIAN CENTRE SHOW SCHEDULE & ENTRY FORM Clydesdale Shire Percheron Gypsy Cob Friesian Highland Pony Fjord Part Bred Heavy Led/Presentation Tradesman Turnout
2015 DRESSAGE AND SHOW JUMPING CLARESHOLM AGRI-PLEX August 21 ST to 23 RD, 2015 Entries close August 9, 2015 FEATURING: FRIDAY EVENING Showing in Hand, Dressage Equitation and Jumping Equitation SATURDAY
Alberta Junior/Young Rider 2014 DRESSAGE CLASSIC SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE...FEATURING: Prix Caprilli Classes (Jumps in your dressage test!) *New this year! Dressage Seat Medal Classes in the Gold Show Dressage
Rooney s Third Annual Poker Run Sunday October 18th 2009 Rain or Shine Registration Fees: $50.00 per rider (includes BBQ) $15.00 for extra meal ticket Registration Deadline: October 10, 2009 Fundraiser
IHSA Triple Point Horse Show Portage County Fairgrounds Randolph, Ohio June 14-16, 2013 Post Entries after June 1, 2013 @ $10 per Horse Officials Judge: Ms. Karen Homer-Brown, Georgetown, KY Steward: Mr.
4-H Horse 4-H Horse 1. 4-H EQUESTRIAN HEADGEAR POLICY- 4-H members participating in any equestrian activity, regardless of riding seat, WILL WEAR a properly fitted equestrian helmet which meets the minimum
2016 annual Big Island Cow Horse Championship Produced by: Hawai`i Island Cutting Horse Association Anderson s Arena, Kamuela, Hawai`i November 12 th & 13 th, 2016 9:00 AM Judge: Judge Allen Mitchels from