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Table of Contents ALL SHOWS

RULES FOR ALL NATIONAL SHOWS ADMISSION TO THE RING AND CONTROLLED PADDOCK PROCEDURE..........................................9 AHA DIRECTORS...................................8 AHA INDEMNITY AND NONRESPONSIBILITY CLAUSES.................9 AHA OFFICERS......................................8 AHA STAFF.............................................8 AMATEUR OWNER................................9 AWARDS............................................... 10 AWARDS CEREMONY......................... 10 AWARDS/SPECIAL.............................. 10 APAHA STANDARDS OF CONDUCT..................................... 20 BEDDING/SHAVINGS.......................... 10 CANCELLATION OR DATE CHANGE OF SHOW............................ 10 CLASS INFORMATION........................ 10 CONTACT...............................................8 CONTROLLED PADDOCK....................9 DISCIPLINE............................................11 DISPUTE NOT COVERED BY RULES.12 DISQUALIFICATION............................ 12 DNA TESTING...................................... 12 DOGS AND OTHER PETS................... 12 DRUG TESTING, SHOE & HOOF MEASURING............................. 12 DUPLICATE TROPHIES....................... 12 EMERGENCY CONTACT..................... 12 ENTRY INFORMATION........................ 12 EXHIBITOR PARTIES/ALCOHOL........ 14 EVENT NUMBERS.................................8 FARM ID – USEF ................................. 14 FARRIER PERMIT AND REGISTRATION.................................... 14

FIRE AND SAFETY CODES/STALL DECORATIONS.................................... 14 GENERAL RULES FOR ALL NATIONAL SHOWS...............................5 HANDICAPPED & ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICES............. 15 HEALTH & VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS.................................. 15 HOOF MEASUREMENTS.................... 16 IN-KIND SPONSORSHIP/PRODUCT DONATIONS......................................... 16 INSURANCE ADVISORY..................... 16 JUDGES...................................................8 JUDGES & STEWARDS SELECTION COMMITTEE.....................8 MEMBERSHIP...................................... 16 MOTORIZED VEHICLES...................... 17 PATRONSHIPS..................................... 17 PHOTOGRAPHS................................... 17 PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY.................... 17 PRIZE MONEY...................................... 17 PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR ................. 17 QUALIFICATIONS................................ 17 SCHEDULE........................................... 17 SECURITY............................................. 18 SHARPS CONTAINERS....................... 18 SOLICITATION/SHOPPING EXPO/COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS........ 18 STABLING............................................. 18 UNAUTHORIZED HORSES AND ANIMALS ON SHOW GROUNDS....... 18 USEF ENTRY AGREEMENT................ 18 VENDORS............................................. 19 VETERINARIAN INSPECTION............ 19 VETERINARIAN PERMIT AND REGISTRATION........................... 19

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CANADIAN NATIONALS

BARN OFFICE INFORMATION.......... 26 CLASS LIST.......................................... 28 ENTRY FEES........................................ 26 EVENT SPONSORSHIP/ PARTICIPATION:................................. 26 FACILITY SHIPPING INFORMATION.26 FEED & BEDDING INFORMATION.... 26 IMPORTANT DEADLINES AND DATES: 27 GENERAL ENTRY INFORMATION.... 40 JUDGES.................................................27 OFFICIALS............................................27 OPTIONAL ITEMS:.............................. 26 SHOW COMMISSION..........................27 SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION......... 26 STALL FEES:........................................ 26 WARM-UPS ARE HORSE/ RIDER COMBINATION....................... 26 ARENA SIGNS..................................... 40 AWARDS............................................... 41 CAMPER & RECREATIONAL............... 41 CLASS INFORMATION........................ 41 COMPETITION ARENAS.................... 43 DOGS.................................................... 43 FIRE MARSHAL REGULATIONS........ 44 FORMAL NIGHT ................................. 44 MAP...................................................... 45 MOTORIZED VEHICLE/ GOLF CART PERMITS........................ 44 MUSIC - EQUITATION & FREESTYLE REINING...................... 44 PARKING INFORMATION.................. 44 SCORING SYSTEM............................. 44 SEATING ............................................. 44 SHOW ACCOUNTS............................. 40 STALLS/FEES....................................... 44 HOTELS................................................ 46 WARM UP RINGS ............................... 43 VENDORS ........................................... 46

AWARDS...............................................74 CAMPER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE FACILITIES...........................75 CLASS LIST.......................................... 64 CONTROLLED PADDOCK PROCEDURE........................................76 DOGS.....................................................76 DRUG TESTING ..................................76 ENTRY FEES........................................ 62 EQUESTRIAN CANADA STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLE .....................................77 FACILITY SHIPPING INFO................. 62 FORMAL NIGHTS.................................77 GENERAL BORDER CROSSING/CUSTOMS........................79 GOLF CARTS, SCOOTERS AND BICYCLES....................................77 HOTELS................................................. 81 HOOF MEASUREMENTS....................77 HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PERMIT TO AHA:................................ 80 IMMIGRATION TO CANADA..............79 IMPORTANT DEADLINES AND DATES:........................................ 63 GENERAL ENTRY INFORMATION.....74 IMPORT HEALTH REQUIREMENTS.. 80 IMPORT PERMITS................................79 INSPECTION AT THE PORT OF ENTRY............................................ 80 JUDGES................................................ 63 MAP...................................................... 82 OFFICIALS........................................... 63 OPTIONAL ITEMS:.............................. 62 PARKING...............................................77 PATRONS .............................................78 RESTRICTED AREAS /OUT OF BOUNDS.........................................77 SCORING SYSTEM—MOS SCORING SYSTEM..............................77 SCRATCHES AND NO SHOWS .........77 SECTION REQUESTS .........................77 SHOW COMMISSION......................... 63 SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION......... 62 STABLING AND ARRIVAL INFORMATION.....................................78 STALL FEES:........................................ 62 TRAILER PARKING...............................78 WALKIE-TALKIES/RADIOS..................78 VENDORS ............................................ 81

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Table of Contents CLASS LIST.........................................100 ENTRIES..............................................108 ENTRY FEES........................................ 98 FACILITY SHIPPING INFORMATION.99 HOTELS................................................116 IMPORTANT DEADLINES AND DATES:........................................ 99 JUDGES................................................ 98 OFFICIALS........................................... 98 SHOW COMMISSION......................... 98 SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION......... 98 MAP......................................................113 OPEN BARN NIGHT...........................118 VENDORS............................................117

SCRATCHES.......................................158 SCORING SYSTEMSÂ .........................158 SEATING.............................................158 SHAVINGS..........................................159 SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION........136 SHOW COMMISSION........................ 137 SPECIAL EVENTS..............................162 STABLING...........................................159 WORKING WESTERN CLASSES.......156 VENDORS...........................................160

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SPORT HORSE NATIONALS

U.S. NATIONALS ARENA SIGNS....................................152 AWARDS ............................................152 CAMPER & HOUSE TRAILER FACILITIES..........................153 CLASS INFORMATION & SPECS.....153 CLASS LIST ........................................138 COMPETITION ARENAS...................156 CONCURRENT CLASSES.................154 CONTROLLED PADDOCK PROCEDURE......................................156 DOGS................................................... 157 ENTRY FEES:......................................136 ENTRY DEADLINES:.......................... 137 FACILITY SHIPPING INFORMATION..... 136 FIRE MARSHALL REGULATIONS.... 157 FORMAL NIGHTS............................... 157 HALTER ARENA RING PROCEDURE..... 157 HOOF MEASUREMENTS.................. 157 HOTELS...............................................160 HOURS OF OPERATION CONCURRENT WITH COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS.......162 JUDGES............................................... 137 OFFICIALS.......................................... 137 PATRONSHIPS................................... 157 PERFORMANCE FUTURITY, MATURITY AND DERBY ..................154 SELECT CLASSES..............................155 SCHEDULE AND RING CONFLICTS.158

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Show Officials Event Numbers

Contact

These shows are recognized by the Arabian Horse Association:

Arabian Horse Association 10805 E. Bethany Drive Aurora, CO 80014-2605 (303) 696-4500 phone (303) 696-4599 fax NationalEvents@ArabianHorses.org www.ArabianHorses.org

AHA Officers

Nancy Harvey.................................................................. President Deborah Johnson ................................................... Vice President Terry Andreasen........................................Vice President At-Large Howard Pike..............................................Vice President At-Large Robert Nash.................................................................... Treasurer Jan Decker....................................................................... Secretary Cynthia Richardson ............................... Immediate Past President

AHA Directors

Mimi Gaffey ....................................................................... Region 1 Joyce Ann Schroeder....................................................... Region 2 Pam Bingham................................................................... Region 3 Chris Bickford .................................................................. Region 4 Michelle Pease-Paulsen..................................................... .Region 5 Stephen Hugus ................................................................. Region 6 Isaac Taylor .......................................................................Region 7 Mark Goff.......................................................................... Region 8 Mark Himmel.................................................................... Region 9 Chuck Rickart..................................................................Region 10 Dave Waggoner................................................................Region 11 Lisa Blackstone......................................................................................Region 12 Rebecca Fleck........................................................................................Region 13 Duane Esser.................................................................... Region 14 Jan Birk......................................................................................................Region 15 Lurline Combs..................................................................Region 16 Terry Johnson................................................................... Region 17 Allan Ehrlick ....................................................................Region 18 Peggy Weems ..................................................... Director At-Large Howard Shenk .................................................... Director At-Large Vacant.................................................................. Director At-Large Vacant.................................................................. Director At-Large

Judges & Stewards

Selection Committee

R. Stanton Morey............................................................... Judges & Stewards Commissioner Nancy Miller, Chair............................................................Wisconsin Lynne Ridgeway, Vice Chair................................................ Georgia Derek Jones......................................................................... Ontario Matt Kwapich................................................................ New Mexico Robert Obermiller..................................................... South Carolina Lynne Ridgeway.................................................................. Georgia Phyllis Ryan .................................................................. Washington

Judges

The Judges & Stewards Commissioner is responsible for handling written and signed complaints relating to the judges’, stewards’, and other show officials’ conduct when filed by exhibitors, show officials, AHA members or others, and when accompanied by a ten dollar ($10) filing fee. (Res. 5-90) Other comments, compliments, questions, inquiries are encouraged when appropriate (no filing fee required). Write to: AHA, Judges & Stewards Commissioner, 10805 E Bethany Dr., Aurora, CO 800142605; call 303-696-4539 or fax to 303-696-7878.

Youth Nationals #13801 Canadian Nationals #13802 Sport Horse Nationals #13803 U.S. Nationals #13804 Regular Member United States Equestrian Federation Arabian Division and Recognized by Equestrian Canada: Youth Nationals 7318 Canadian Nationals Silver Level TBA Sport Horse Nationals 317471 U.S. Nationals 206

AHA Staff

Glenn Petty Executive Vice President 303-696-4551 Glenn.Petty@ArabianHorses.org Kelsey Berglund Director of National Events U.S. and Canadian Nationals Coordinator 303-696-4541 Kelsey.Berglund@ArabianHorses.org Brittney Kaiser National Events Coordinator Sport Horse and Youth Nationals 303-696-4588 Brittney.Kaiser@ArabianHorses.org Marlene Kriegbaum National Show Secretary 303-696-4501 Marlene.Kriegbaum@ArabianHorses.org Leslie Lockard Senior Director of Competitions 303-696-4521 Leslie.Lockard@ArabianHorses.org Julian McPeak Director of Marketing 303-696-4580 Julian.Mcpeak@ArabianHorses.org Eri Hook Marketing Supervisor Commercial Exhibit Sales 303-696-4553 Eri.Hook@ArabianHorses.org Kristen Williams Graphic Designer Kristen.Williams@arabianhorses.org

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General Rules for All National Shows

The Youth Nationals, Sport Horse Nationals and U.S. Nationals are conducted in accordance with the rules of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), and Canadian Nationals is conducted in accordance with the rules of Equestrian Canada (EC). The official rulebook of each organization will prevail for all shows, particularly the Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian Horse Division and the rules of the Arabian Horse Association. Any changes or corrections of the rules will automatically become part of this prize list and will appear on the AHA website (www.ArabianHorses.org) and via an EBlast. Every participant in each show is responsible for knowledge of these rules and is subject to these rules. The Show Commissions reserve the right to make changes to what is listed in the omnibus at any time. Questions that may arise that are not covered by any of the governing rulebooks will be decided by the Show Commission and their decisions will be final. For assistance, please call the AHA office at (303) 696-4500 (option #4), or fax at (303) 696-4599, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (Mountain Time), or e-mail us at NationalEvents@ArabianHorses.org.

AHA INDEMNITY AND NONRESPONSIBILITY CLAUSES

All entries are accepted with the understanding that the Arabian Horse Association and State Fair Park, the Governor James B Hunt Jr Horse Complex, Tulsa Expo Square and Keystone Centre, their officers, officials, and employees will not be held responsible for any loss, damage, or injury to any exhibitor, his or her agent or employee, or to any horse or any article of any kind. The exhibitor will be responsible for any loss, damage, or injury to any person, animal, or property occasioned by him/her, his/ her agents or employees, or by any animal owned or exhibited by him/her, and shall indemnify the Arabian Horse Association and State Fair Park, Governor James B Hunt Jr Horse Complex, Tulsa Expo Square and Keystone Centre, against any and all loss, damages and liability thus occasioned, including, but not limited to any and all legal costs, including attorney fees, which may be incurred as a result. The submitting of any official entry form to the show secretary shall constitute an acceptance of these provisions by each person or agent signing the entry form.

ADMISSION TO THE RING AND CONTROLLED PADDOCK PROCEDURE

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Every Class Offered Herein, Which is Covered by the Rules and Specifications of the Current USEF/ EC Rule Book, Will Be Conducted and Judged In Accordance Therewith.

No person will be permitted to enter the ring except participants in the class, judges, their assistants and show officials. Attendants and grooms may enter the ring only when summoned by order of the judges. Attendants and grooms who enter the ring shall be considered a part of the showing team and must be neatly dressed in proper show attire, wearing unmarked dusters at all times when they are in the ring. Only standard grooming equipment will be allowed in this area. There will be no whips, noise makers or other such equipment, devices or objects in the in-gate area which might disturb or create a hazard to horses or handlers except a show whip carried properly by a handler. 1. PERFORMANCE CLASSES At the discretion of Show Management, order of entry into the ring may be predetermined for any class. A maximum of two grooms and one handler per horse will be allowed at the in-gate area. 2. IN-HAND CLASSES In all breeding classes, the order of go will be determined and posted by birth date of the horse from oldest to youngest. Entries will enter in the order as posted and will be inspected for signs of abuse by the Show Steward immediately prior to entrance into the ring for judging. The manner of inspection will be at the discretion of Show Management.

CONTROLLED PADDOCK

1. The one specified person assisting with entrance of in-hand horses into the ring will be allowed to use only the same length whip and appendages as are currently allowed for the individual handling the horse. Rule reference AR114.2:  Whips are to be no longer than 6’ including snapper/lash/appendage.  Small appendages (no more than 12 inches in length) of ribbon, plastic, etc. are permitted. 2. The designated person will not hit or use any other objects, such as trash cans, walls, etc., to make any noise. 3. In addition, effective immediately, the use of plastic or paper bags of any type or size is prohibited in assisting with entrance(s) into the arena. 4. It is the responsibility of Show Management, along with the USEF Steward(s) to ensure the “designated person” understands this policy and their role. 5. Should this rule/policy be violated, a warning card may be issued to both the handler and the designated person or groom who initiates this violation.

AMATEUR OWNER

It is unethical to transfer or assist or facilitate in the transfer of a horse with the intent to circumvent the purpose of the rules regarding ownership of horses shown in the amateur owner and/ or junior owner classes. It is unethical for any AHA member to not provide information relating to the transfer in question that is requested by the Probable Cause Panel or the Ethical Practice Review Board.

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General Rules for All National Shows In determining whether the transfer was unethical, the EPRB may consider, among others, the following: Horse ending up back in the previous owner’s name within a year of the original transfer. Horse being transferred at less than fair market value (owner to provide proof of the sales amount). The fact that prize money went to a person other than the owner or family member. The fact that the owner or family member did not pay the expenses relating to the upkeep and showing of the horse.

AWARDS

Top Ten Awards will be made regardless of the number of competing entries. However, only awards made to the top 50% (rounded up not to exceed 10 awards) will AHA Horse Achievement Award Points, Amateur Achievement Award Points, High Point Horse Achievement Award, and High Point Amateur Achievement Award points. However, only awards made to the top 50% (rounded up, not to exceed 10 awards) will receive Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes payout (exception ABS Yearling, AAOTR Jackpot Classes & Young Horse Dressage), Performance Futurity Maturity payout,. Types of awards are as follows: trophy and championship ribbon to the National Champion; trophy and reserve championship ribbon to the Reserve National Champion; plaques and ribbons to remainder of the Top Ten. Champion and Reserve Champion will NOT receive Top Ten Plaques. Champion and Reserve Champion may purchase a plaque if they wish to do so in the Awards Room. All horses qualifying for the semi-finals will receive a ribbon. In addition, all horses chosen to advance in preliminary and elimination sections will receive a ribbon. All awards not claimed by the close of the show will be forfeited with no exceptions.

AWARDS CEREMONY

The Championship and Reserve Championship award ceremony at National Shows allow up to five people other than authorized personnel for award photographs.

AWARDS/SPECIAL

The National Show Commissions will determine if individual prizes and awards will be presented at the National Shows. AHA is not liable for payment of donated prize money paid by an outside organization. Exhibitors are instructed to contact the individual donors to complete any necessary paperwork.

BEDDING/SHAVINGS

Shavings and feed are available for purchase on the show grounds. Outside shaving deliveries are not allowed to the show grounds.

CANCELLATION OR DATE CHANGE OF SHOW

Show Management reserves the right to change the dates and/or the location of the show or to cancel the show altogether. In the event of a cancellation, all entry fees and stall fees will be refunded upon request. (Office fees are non-refundable.) Neither the Show Management nor AHA shall have any liability to any exhibitor, owner, handler or other person, firm or corporation by reason of any change or cancellation of the show, except for the return of the aforementioned fees.

CLASS INFORMATION

Many National classes are divided into preliminary and/or elimination sections depending on the number of entries. (Refer to current AHA Handbook for information on “Dividing Classes at Nationals”). Please check with the Show Office regarding which section you have been assigned. If you miss YOUR SECTION, you have missed YOUR CLASS and will not be allowed to advance further. This policy will be strictly enforced. Preliminary sections are designated by Roman Numerals, (I, II, III, IV) and always run before eliminations when class entries warrant the use of preliminaries. Capital letters (A & B) designate elimination sections and either follow the preliminaries or can be the first go of the class. Semi-finals are designated by “SF,” and finals are the last go of the class and are designated by “FNL.” The final and semi-final can be combined as designated with “SF/F.” Classes which may be divided are subject to be moved ahead on the schedule. Check with the Show Office for updates. 1. ADDING CLASSES Additional class entries must be submitted on the Official Entry Form for each show. Please check the box indicating this is not a new horse but added classes for a horse already entered. 2. CANCELLATION OF CLASSES The AHA Convention has established a minimum of three (3) entries for all National classes. The Show Commissions may cancel any class with fewer than three entries. Horses entered in classes canceled in the 2016 National Arabian and Half-Arabian Championship Horse Shows will retain their eligibility for the 2017 National Show (Res. 61-86). 3. CLASS CALLS a. The two-minute limit for gate closing will be strictly enforced. The gate will close two minutes after the first horse enters the ring or in cases with large classes taking more than two minutes, after the entry of the final horse in a continuous string of horses. b. Due to unforeseeable problems with any mechanical device, the public address system and paddock calls over that system must be considered a courtesy. c. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to be sure that his/her horse is at the gate at the prescribed time. Every effort will be made to maintain a working public address system to carry class calls; however, no protest will be upheld, nor will any section be changed on the basis of public address malfunction alone. 4. CLASS PROCEDURES a. A class is composed of its preliminaries, eliminations, semi-finals and finals. (See Section or Working Order Change Requests for more information on preliminaries and eliminations). b. Riders in reining, trail, working cow, cutting, dressage, working hunter, jumper, sport horse in-hand, and obstacle driving classes may show more than one horse in the class. c. In all other classes, a horse may be shown in a class by only one rider and only one horse per rider.

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General Rules for All National Shows 8. CLASS/HORSE SUBSTITUTIONS Substitutions will follow USEF/EC rules. If the owner wishes to use another qualified horse to replace the deceased, sold or injured horse, substitutions may be made after the announced date of the closing of entries and will be handled as follows: a. The Office and the Scoring fee must be paid for the substitute horse, all other fees are transferable. b. A copy of the veterinary letter and/or a copy of notification of death or sale (to the appropriate registry) regarding the death or sale of the horse must be provided with the substitution horse’s entry. For an injury the Vet certificate should give a detailed description of the injury. c. The classes must be the same type and rider age breaks. d. Additional classes may be entered for which the new horse is qualified. Post entry rules apply. 9. POST ENTRY PLEASE REFER TO EACH INDIVIDUAL SHOW’S RULES. 10. RIDER/HANDLER/EQUITATION HORSE CHANGES Any changes to the originally entered rider, driver, handler or equitation horse must be made on the appropriate form at the show office at least one session prior to the class involved. Failure to do so will result in a fine. Refer to Fee Chart for each show.  11. REFUNDS a. Refunds will be considered upon receipt of a suitable veterinarian certificate attesting to illness or injury, along with a letter from the exhibitor explaining the circumstances. b. All fees, except the office fees, will be refunded with a veterinarian certificate received at the AHA office no later than 40 days prior to the first day of the show. Only the class entry fees, 9-90 fee, USEF fees, EC fees will be refunded, with a veterinarian certificate postmarked between 40 days and 15 days prior to the first day of the show. No fees will be refunded for requests received at the AHA office between 14 day and the completion of the show. c. In the case of a deceased horse, a copy of the veterinary letter and/or a copy of notification of death (to the appropriate registry) is required before a refund will be made for all fees with the exception of the office fee which will be retained by AHA. d. All fees paid for classes canceled by Show Management shall be refunded in full.  e. Class entry fees will be refunded for all non-qualified classes.  f. All refunds will be sent by mail after the conclusion of the show.

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5. CLASS SCRATCHES & NO SHOWS a. PLEASE refer to the fee chart for each show. b. All Scratches MUST be done in writing and turned in (depending on each national show) to the show office to be considered official. c. Class scratches must be made before the end of the prior session. d. Scratches taking place once the session starts will be assessed the scratch fee. Exhibitors who scratch at the gate and do not file an official scratch by the end of the session will be charged either the scratch fee or the no show fee. 6. CLASS SECTIONS a. Entrants, with possible ring conflicts, should identify section requests on the Official Entry Form. If a section is not specified, then random entry selection will be used for assigning sections. b. Requests for section or working order changes shall be handled as follows: 1. Random entry selection will be used for assigning sections. Any section request not received with your entries will not be considered until the time of the show. 2. Exhibitors can select sections prior to the classes being sectioned. 3. Exhibitors can request a GO FORWARD section once they have made the cut in the preliminary section. The request MUST be submitted to the show office within 1/2 hour after the session the elimination sections were held. (Example: 30 minutes after the completion of the session when the I, II, III cuts were held is the deadline to submit section A & B requests). 7. CLASS SECTION CHANGE REQUEST a. Once a class has been sectioned, if an exhibitor has a conflict between scheduled classes, the exhibitor must request the change in section or working order at least two sessions prior to the earliest class involved. This change must be requested on the official Section Change Form and be filed with the Show Secretary in the Show Office. b. Please check with the Show Office regarding which section you have been assigned. If you miss YOUR SECTION, you have missed YOUR CLASS and will not be allowed to advance further. This policy will be strictly enforced. c. Show Management reviews all requests for changes and their rulings are final. Exhibitors must return to the Show Office to determine if their request for change has been granted and must sign the request form indicating they are aware of the action taken relative to their request. d. If Show Management creates a conflict with an exhibitor’s scheduled class, due to a time change or other adjustment, a section or work order assignment may be changed by Show Management to resolve the conflict. In such case, every effort will be made by the Show Office to notify the exhibitor involved of the section/ work order change.

DISCIPLINE

Exhibitors are advised that any act of discourtesy or disobedience to the officials of this show on the part of the owner, lessee, trainer, groom, rider, driver, handler or member of the family of the person participating in the show will disqualify the horse

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General Rules for All National Shows from adjudication. The management reserves the right to remove any horse, owner, lessee, trainer, groom, rider, driver, handler, or member of the family of the person participating in the show from the show grounds without being liable for compensation of damages. Any action(s) against a horse which are deemed excessive by a Judge, Steward or Show Veterinarian, in the show ring or anywhere on the competition grounds, may be punished by official warning, elimination, or other sanctions which may be deemed appropriate by the Commissions or the Judges & Stewards Commissioner. Such action(s) could include, but are not limited to, excessive use of whip, spurs, or bamboo poles. It is a violation of USEF and Equestrian Canada rules to commit any act or make remarks during the show that are considered offensive or made with the intent to influence or cast aspersions on the judging. (Refer to the current USEF and Equestrian Canada Rule Books).

DISPUTE NOT COVERED BY RULES

Should any question or dispute arise not provided for in the governing rules of USEF or AHA, the question or dispute shall be referred to the Show Committee, whose decision will be final.

DISQUALIFICATION

Refer to current USEF and Equestrian Canada Rule Books. For clarification on how a disqualified horse is replaced, refer to the current AHA Handbook.

DNA TESTING

The Arabian Horse Association reserves the right to do DNA testing at ANY National Show by collecting hair samples (or blood sample, if necessary) from Arabian, Half-Arabian or Anglo-Arabian horses. Samples will be collected under the overall supervision of the Registry Services Department. Any questionable results will go through the standard investigation process of that department. Prize money may be withheld pending the outcome of questionable results.

DOGS AND OTHER PETS

No dogs will be allowed in the main arena or paddock area with the exception of Companion/Guide Dogs, and in accordance with USEF Rules. Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be on a leash or otherwise contained. Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted. Dog owners are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from their dogs’ behaviors. Dog owners failing to comply with this rule may be subject to penalty under USEF Chapters 6 and 7, as well as issuance of warning cards. The Show Management further reserves the right to fine any exhibitor or farm whose dog is running loose and has to be confined by show officials. The first offense will be up to $50.00. The second offense will be up to $100.00 and expulsion of the animal from the show grounds.

DRUG TESTING, SHOE & HOOF MEASURING

It is the prerogative of Show Management to require drug testing or to require the inspection of shoes, pads and/or hoof length for any entry at any time during the show. This is to be accomplished prior to the horse leaving a prearranged inspection area. All horses competing in the Arabian, Half-Arabian and Anglo-Arabian Hunter, Jumper, Dressage, Eventing, Combined Driving, Pleasure (Carriage) Driving, Working Western, and Sport Horse Sections are exempt from shoeing regulations. This does not exempt horses that are cross entered into any other classes

from compliance with applicable shoeing requirements while competing in those classes. See USEF Rulebook for current shoeing and toe length regulations. Per resolution #24-04, mandatory drug testing will take place at the U.S. and Canadian Nationals. Horses will be picked at random.

DUPLICATE TROPHIES

Duplicate Awards may be ordered any time for any National Show. See each show office for details. All prices include shipping and handling. Forms may be picked up at the Awards Room. After the Event contact AHA at (303) 696-4500 (#4), or e-mail to: NationalEvents@ArabianHorses.org for more information.

EMERGENCY CONTACT

AHA and the Show Commissioners advise owners and/or trainers to leave your contact information of where you can be reached for the duration your horses(s) are on grounds for the National Show with either the barn manager and/or on a card on the stall door.

ENTRY INFORMATION

All horses must have a certificate of registration when entering any National Show. Pending registrations must be completed by the closing date of each National Show or the entry will be returned and post entry fee will be charged upon resubmission. See each show for further information. All Official Forms can be found on the AHA website at: https://www.arabianhorses.org/additional/forms/national-forms/ Confirmation of entries will be sent via e-mail. If confirmation is not received two weeks prior to the first day of the show, please contact AHA immediately. 1. ENTRY REFUSAL The Show Management reserves the right to refuse, accept conditionally, or to cancel any entries of any exhibitor, as stated in the current USEF or Equestrian Canada Rule Books and current AHA Handbook. 2. INVALID ENTRIES The following will be considered as an invalid entry; a. Checks or credit cards for a lesser amount than owed. b. Open Checks, NSF checks, Credit cards that are declined or invalid card numbers and will be charged the current AHA NSF fee (see the AHA Handbook SUS 101.3). Full payment MUST be received by the closing deadline or within 7 days of notification of NSF or the entry will be treated as post entry and subject to the post entry fee. 3. ONLINE ENTRIES a. Online entry is available for all National shows. When the online entry system is ready, an email news flash will be sent. Owners, trainers and riders must have a current AHA Competition Membership to do entries online. If AHA does not have a current USEF/EC membership on file for you, you may enter “N/A”; however, you must send AHA a copy of all those USEF/EC membership cards. Please include which show and horse it is for. b. If you have problems entering a horse jointly owned online, please call AHA to link that joint ownership. Once linked, you will be able to enter online. 

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PHOTOS OF ENTRIES TAKEN WITH PHONES AND EMAILED WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT CLEARLY

AHA will accept faxed/emailed entries with a valid credit card. Metered mail will only be accepted with an official postmark from country of origin. ENTRIES MUST BE COMPLETE. Entries not compete will be returned. If the returned entry form is still not complete and is received by the closing date, it will be considered a post entry. Please see each show for the amount of the post entry fee.

Complete entries include: A. Entry form is completed with the following; 1. The complete and correct name and address of the registered owner. Owner is defined as the recorded owner as listed on the registration papers. 2. Owners may be listed in the name of a stable or farm only if, iii. the stable or farm is a bona fide owner appearing on the horse’s papers, or iv. the stable or farm has been registered with USEF and the number shown on the USEF certificate is noted in the “USEF Farm #” space provided on the entry blank. v. for entry into any Owner class(es) a USEF Farm Certificate is required and must be sent with the entries. 6. The complete horse information. 7. The complete rider information for all riders. 8. The complete name (must be an adult) and address of the trainer. If there is no trainer, then the owner for the horse at the show must fill out the trainer information. B. Payment in full is included. NOTE: Issuing a “bad check” is a criminal offense. Payment made with a returned instrument will be handled in accordance with the current AHA Handbook SUS 101. a. Canadian/International exhibitors must draw checks from a U.S. funds account. Writing “Payable in U.S. Funds” on the check is NOT acceptable. b. Credit cards will be charged only for the amount listed on the entry blank. If you leave the amount blank, your card will be charged the amount that AHA totals your entry for.

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c. If entering multiple horses or entering the same horse in multiple National Show, you must check out after each horse. d. If you have a problem with your credit card and you get a message saying the horse is already entered when you try to enter a different credit card, you will have to wait 15-20 minutes for that horse to drop out of the system, then re-enter that horse. e. Once your online entry is complete, an email from the AHA shopping cart will be sent confirming your entry and payment. f. For group stalling for entries completed online, please fill out the Official Stable Request Form listing all the owners and horses. Please only one form per group. See each show for deadlines for when group stall requests must be in to the AHA office. 4. MAILED, EMAILED OR FAXED ENTRIES DO NOT SUBMIT ENTRY MORE THAN ONCE AS CREDIT CARDS MAY BE CHARGED MULTIPLE TIMES

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General Rules for All National Shows c. Due to AHA policy, payment information in any format via email or attachment is not permitted. To ensure secure delivery of private information, please FAX all payment information. Please list detailed information on what show and horse(s) it is for. C. Entry Forms are signed in at least 3 places. The Owner, Trainer, and Rider signature lines must be signed. All signatures must be from an adult (18 or older). i. If there is no trainer the owner must sign the trainer line. ii. In addition, Coaches (if applicable) must sign the entry blank. iii. A parent signing for minor need not be a USEF/EC or AHA member, however they must write “Parent “next to their name. iv. If applicable, the Minor Exhibitor Consent to Show section must be filled in and signed. D. Cover sheet. Checks and credit cards covering more than one entry need to be accompanied by a detailed description of how the money is to be applied. Please list all the horses/fees on a per horse basis and a contact phone number. E. Photo copies of all registration papers. If the name shown on the registration papers is different from the person entering the horse, an affidavit, a copy of the sales contract or authorization form is required. Photocopies of signed transfer are not proof of ownership. In owner classes, Contracts of Sale or Bill of Sale will not be acceptable as proof of ownership. F. USEF/EC Membership Cards for every Owner, Trainer, Rider, Driver, Handler and Coach (if applicable). USEF/ EC Amateur Cards for all individuals riding in Adult Amateur classes. G. UPHA membership cards for UPHA riders. Proof of USEF/EC membership must accompany your entry or you must pay the USEF Show Pass Fee or the EC Temporary Sport License. You can also join USEF/ EC at the show. H. Stall Request form – see each show for the deadline for group stalling requests. 5. CHECK IN AND PACKET PICK UP AT THE SHOW Check each show for the show office hours. OPEN CHECKS/CREDIT CARDS - All exhibitors will be required to leave an open check or credit card, separate from their entries at check-in, before show numbers will be released, to cover any fines or penalties incurred at the show. All exhibitors/barns are encouraged to make appointments for check in as soon as you know your arrival date. You can Email NationalEvents@ArabianHorses. org or call 303-696-4500 option 4 to schedule your check in appointment.

EXHIBITOR PARTIES/ALCOHOL

Show management will not tolerate any underage drinking by exhibitors or anyone associated with the exhibitors. Parents are responsible for their children. Consequences will include removal

from the grounds and authorities will be contacted. Alcoholic beverages may only be purchased through the facility authorized concessionaire/liquor license holder. No other alcoholic beverages may be brought onto the grounds, and liquor may be confiscated. Please contact the individual facilities for more information.

FARM ID – USEF

For points to count toward USEF Awards & Championship programs, The Stable/Farm, Corporation must be recorded with USEF and at least one of the listed owners must maintain an Active Senior, Active Junior or Life membership with USEF (and USHJA if applicable). There is a onetime fee for each (Stable/ Farm, Corporation, etc.) registration of $200. In any case, this recording does not eliminate the need for individual membership to be eligible to participate in USEF licensed competitions as an owner, rider, driver, handler, trainer, agent, coach, vaulter or longeur. The effective date of this application is the date the properly completed form and fee are received by the USEF office. Points will not be credited retroactively. If you do not want Horse of the Year points and your horse is owned by a Farm or any other entity and you are showing in Owner classes a Farm or entity can request a Farm ID from the Federation. One owner of the farm must be a Senior active, Junior active or a Life member of the Federation or pay a $30 non-member fee per competition. For more information on how to obtain a Farm ID number without paying the $200 Farm registration fee you can e-mail Customer Care at customercare@ usef.org.

FARRIER PERMIT AND REGISTRATION

An official Show Farrier will be available on the grounds. No other farrier will be permitted to work on the grounds without registering with the Show Office. Exhibitors wishing to use their private farrier must have the farrier apply at the Show Office and pay a registration fee before they can work on the show grounds (Refer to Fee Chart).

FIRE AND SAFETY CODES/STALL DECORATIONS

All electrical extension cords must be at least 14 gauge of the three-wire (heavy duty) type. Authorized electrical appliances for grooming purposes may be used in designated barn areas only. No unauthorized electrical appliances may be used, and if used, the appliances will be confiscated. The electrical system may not be altered or tampered with under any circumstances. Exhibitor stalls may have the stall walls covered with nonflammable material only. Proof of flame retardant material must be verified. Please have certification of flame retardant material. Fire extinguishers must be provided by the exhibitor. There must be one (1) extinguisher for each two (2) stalls that are covered with nonflammable materials. No aisle ways may be covered overhead. Absolutely no overhead draping of horse stalls is permitted. Decoration of stalls: exterior stall decorations, indoor or outdoor, shall not extend more than three (3) feet from the base of the structure unless otherwise allowed in writing by the particular national show management.  No gas, electric or propane heaters, tanks or hot plates allowed in the stalls or stall area at any time. No exposed element heating appliances such as immersion heaters nor open flames are allowed. 

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HANDICAPPED & ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION DEVICES

1. Electronic communication devices used for purposes of coaching exhibitors during a competition are prohibited in all classes in the Arabian Division. Exhibitors with a permanent hearing impairment are permitted to use an electronic communication device upon submission of a written certification from a treating medical professional‘s office certifying the permanent hearing impairment and certifying the requirement of an electronic communication device. The medical certification must be provided to the competition Steward within a reasonable time prior to competing who shall attach a copy to the Steward report. 2. Individuals must include their USEF Dispensation Certificate with entries if requiring special adaptations. See USEF and Equestrian Canada Rule Books. An exhibitor with a disability (other than hearing) will be provided reasonable accommodation upon submission of a written certification from a treating medical professional ‘s office certifying the disability and identifying the accommodation necessary for the exhibitor to compete safely. The medical certification must be provided to the competition Steward within a reasonable time prior to competing who shall attach a copy to the Steward report.

HEALTH & VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS

Please check with the state veterinarians of all states you are planning on passing through regarding possible restrictions due to current health related problems and outbreaks. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to be aware of any additional restrictions that may be in place at the time of crossing state/country boundaries. A valid health certificate is required for every horse. All horses six months and older must be accompanied by an official health certificate of state of origin issued by a state, federal or licensed accredited veterinarian, and such certificate must include a veterinarian’s statement that examination was made within the past thirty (30) days. Each horse must have a negative Coggins test, dated within a year of the showing date. Do not submit your Coggins Test Certificate or Health Certificate with your entries. Keep the certificates in your possession until such time as it is requested. You may be required to show health papers and proof of a negative Coggins test prior to being allowed to unload horses. 

EQUINE VACCINATION RULE

1. At Federation licensed competitions, horses entering the grounds must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables. Horses not in compliance with this rule may be required to leave the competition grounds upon request by Competition Management. Documenta-

tion should consist of one of the following methods mentioned below. The frequency of vaccine administration should be per the vaccine manufacturers’ or veterinarian’s recommendations. It is recommended that vaccines are administered by or under the direction of a veterinarian. 2. In the case of vaccines administered by a veterinarian, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide documentation from the veterinarian on documenting that the horse in question received the vaccinations; name of the vaccines and date of vaccine administration. 3. In the case of vaccines administered by a person other than a veterinarian, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide a receipt of the vaccine purchase which is signed by the owner, or agent with care, custody, and control of the horse; name, serial number and expiration date of the vaccine; and date of vaccine administration. 4. In the case of a horse that is unable to receive either of the vaccinations due to a history of adverse reactions, the exhibitor, upon request by Competition Management, must provide a letter from the veterinarian on official letterhead stating that the horse in question cannot be vaccinated due to medical concerns and a log of temperatures taken twice daily for the seven days prior to entering the competition grounds. These horses must also have their temperature taken and logged twice daily while on the competition grounds. The log of temperatures should be provided to the Competition Management, steward, or technical delegate when requested.

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Smoking is not permitted in the stall area. All manure and used shavings removed from stalls or trailers must be placed in areas specified by the facility, and may NOT be placed in garbage cans. Any vehicle, truck or trailer, within the fenced area of the barn/ tent area, or not obeying NO PARKING or FIRE LANE signs in other parts of the grounds will be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense.

HEALTH CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS FOR HORSES CROSSING THE U.S./CANADIAN BORDER

A valid health certificate is required for every horse. All horses six months and older must be accompanied by an official health certificate of state of origin issued by a state, federal or licensed accredited veterinarian, and such certificate must include a veterinarian’s statement that examination was made within the past thirty (30) days and revealed the animal to be free from symptoms of any infectious disease or exposure thereto. Each horse must have a negative Coggins test, dated within a year of the showing date. Do not submit your Coggins Test Certificate or Health Certificate with your entries. Keep the certificates in your possession until such time as it is requested. You may be required to show health papers and proof of a negative Coggins test prior to being allowed to unload horses. Please check with the state veterinarians of all states you are planning on passing through regarding possible restrictions due to current health related problems and outbreaks. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to be aware of any additional restrictions that may be in place at the time of crossing state/ country boundaries.

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General Rules for All National Shows Foals that are less than 5 months old and accompanied by the mare, require no testing to enter the U.S.A. All horses must be accompanied by a document indicating proof of ownership. If the horse is registered, a photocopy of the original registration papers must be carried with the horse. If Canadian horses are entering the U.S.A. for breeding or sales purposes, a formal entry must be made. This is done through a customs broker at the U.S.A. Port of Entry. There is a fee charged for this service. Canadian show and rodeo horses entering the U.S.A. temporarily are required to fill out a form at the Port of Entry. This may be done by the owner or agent. An American horse in Canada for 72 hours or less can re-enter the U.S.A. with an American Health Certificate. American horses participating in a public recognized show can return to the U.S.A. on the American Health Certificate for up to 90 days, if the owner supplies proof of attending rodeos, horse shows, or race meets. This means you must have a published show program identifying your horse as a competitor in the show. All horses must submit to inspection when entering the U.S.A. If a Canadian horse is sold to an American buyer, the seller must file an export entry form at the Canadian port prior to leaving Canada. Some American states have permit regulations, so check with state agricultural authorities to obtain a permit prior to entering the state. In many cases, this can be obtained via telephone.

HOOF MEASUREMENTS

Complimentary hoof measurements will NOT be provided by USEF Stewards at any National Show.

IN-KIND SPONSORSHIP/PRODUCT DONATIONS

Companies may distribute giveaways through the purchase of a commercial exhibit booth space in the Shopping Expo. AHA Corporate Partners and contracted Event Sponsors may provide premiums, products or cash (in the form of added prize money) to exhibitors only through the prior approval of AHA Show Management. All ring presentations must also have prior approval of AHA Show Management.

INSURANCE ADVISORY

Due to the number and quality of horses at the National Shows, we urge each exhibitor to verify their liability insurance coverage and their livestock mortality coverage with their own insurance carrier.

MEMBERSHIP AHA Each competitor (this includes at least one recorded owner and all trainers, drivers, riders, halter handlers, coaches and the person(s) signing the entry blank) in an Arabian Horse Association recognized Arabian division, at the time of entry into a competition, must submit a copy of a valid AHA business membership, a competition level card or join AHA. Single event membership is not acceptable at AHA Regional or National competitions.

Exhibitors in walk-trot classes must have an AHA membership with competition card at AHA competitions. Exhibitors in lead line classes or parents/guardians signing for minors are exempt from AHA membership requirements. (BOD 5/12) Any farm, business or corporation owning and/or showing a horse must be a Business Member of AHA.

EC For EC membership rules please refer to the EC Rule Book General Rules Article A202 – A209. For an EC membership card, contact EC at www.equestrian.ca or (613) 248-3433.

USEF Each participant must submit a valid USEF COMPETING membership card or pay the USEF Show Pass Fee of $30.00. Amateur exhibitors must have an Amateur card. Exception: Exhibitors in Walk-Trot & Leadline Classes or Parents or Guardian signing for minors. Junior Exhibitors are automatically considered Amateurs. USEF “Non-Competing” Members must also pay the Show Pass Fee For USEF memberships, contact information is www.usef. org or 859-258-2472.

Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level or above and Combined Driving Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and Vaulting Competitions and Endurance Rides. A nonmember may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon payment of a $30 USEF Show Pass Fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the Requirements of this rule: 1) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk-trot and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions. 8) Opportunity classes, 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10) USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes

MOTORIZED VEHICLES

USEF GR1301.7 Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state or province 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 recognized 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, guardian or trainer 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)

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PATRONSHIPS

Each National show has a patron’s program with various benefits including preferred stalling, class sponsorship, seating and patron’s lounge benefits. See the individual Patron sponsorship forms in this Prize List for specific benefit and cost information per event. Patronship fees are listed on the patron form for each show, and should be mailed separate from the Official Entry Form. After the entry closing date, any canceled patronship is refundable by 50% if paid in full. If only minimum payment was made and patronship is not paid in full by date stated on form, no money will be refunded. Prior to entry closing date, patron fees may be refunded less the non-refundable deposit. After the entry closing date, patronships may still be available. Please contact AHA Event Sales for more information. Patronships are encouraged to be submitted before the deadline to ensure availability, seating and stalling priority.

PHOTOGRAPHS

Anyone who attends any national show automatically grants AHA permission to publish photos taken by AHA photographers and/or staff in which they and/or their horses appear. No written release is required for AHA to publish these photos for its promotional purposes.

PHOTOGRAPHY POLICY

The Arabian Horse Association forbids any pictures taken for the use of paid commercial distribution through websites, social media or other outlets. Professional Photographers or videographers, as defined by individuals who have or will have images for sale, are not permitted to photograph or video without written permission by the Arabian Horse Association. No photographers other than the official photographer may take pictures in the ring or from the rail. Professional photography equipment, cameras with lenses longer than 4 inches, will not be permitted except for credentialed media and those holding press passes (to take pictures outside the ring only). Additionally, watermarked photography will be considered professional photography and will not be allowed to be posted on any media outlets by any photographers other than AHA or the official photographer. Media credentials may be issued to credentialed journalists, photographers and videographers from recognized non-equine industry magazines, newspapers, and publications. Those issued media credentials must sign an agreement stating no photographs or videos taken will be sold. Credentials will only be issued to media for the purpose of news gathering and dissemination only. Equine Industry press passes will be issued to photographers for the price of $900 and these press passes will allow photographers to shoot on grounds, however, not in any show arenas.

Press passes can be purchased in the commercial exhibitor office. Violation of the policy will result in removal from the show grounds. Additionally, commercial photographers found violating this policy will be accessed a $900 fee. This policy extends to violations found post-show through websites, social media, and other outlets.

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and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense. Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with USEF Chapter 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. The show security for the duration of the show will impound any motorized vehicle that is operated in an unsafe or hazardous manner or parked in a restricted area. Please drive golf carts responsibly, horses have the right away.

PRIZE MONEY

Prize money will be paid to the party who is listed as the Recorded Owner of the horse on the current Certificate of Registration. Checks for prize money shall be mailed within 60 days after completion of the show. The Social Security Number or Federal Taxpayer Identification Number must be on file with AHA before AHA prize money is released. If this information is not on file or is not provided within 120 days after notification, all prize money will be forfeited. If additional prize money requirements are not fulfilled (See Sweepstakes, Halter and Performance Futurity /Maturity Chapters), the prize money shall be forfeited. Citizens from other countries winning prize money in the U.S. may contact the AHA Accounting Department for Internal Revenue Service requirements.

PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR

Refer to current USEF and Equine Canada Rule Books.

QUALIFICATIONS

The classes held in these shows require horses to be qualified according to AHA rules. Regional exceptions may apply to some shows depending on the closing date provided the horse is not previously qualified before the regional show to which the exception applies. It is the responsibility of the Exhibitor and/or the person(s) signing the Official Entry Form to verify that the horse is eligible to be entered and compete in the National Championship Class. There is no such thing as re-qualifying. Refer to the current AHA Handbook and www.ArabianHorses. org for complete rules. If you have any questions about qualifications, contact AHA Competition Services at (303) 696-4500, option #4.

SCHEDULE

The schedules printed in this prize list are based on entry projections for each class and the number of sections required. Any change in the number of entries may affect the corresponding number of sections in that class. The Show Commissions will review class entry numbers and sections after the entry deadline and will revise the schedule accordingly if deemed necessary. Please note that classes, which may be divided, are subject to be moved ahead on the schedule. Check with the Show Office upon arrival for schedule changes and posted sections. Please be prepared as no entry fees or other fees will be refunded due to schedule changes. Schedule conflicts between rings are the responsibility of the exhibitor. Updates to the schedules for all the Nationals shows will be posted on each shows home page. Please refer to the most current schedule prior to entering the horse show.

SECURITY

Exhibitors are advised that it is their responsibility to secure their valuables and stall area. The Show has a limited number of security personnel on the premises. Please report any issues related to security breaches.

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For US Competitions (per USEF Rule Book): Show Management will place at least one sharps container per fifty occupied stalls for the disposal of needles and other disposable sharp instruments in convenient locations in barns housing competition horses. It is competition management’s responsibility to replace such containers when full and dispose of them properly. Competition management may fine any individuals including trainers, owners, exhibitors, or their agents up to $100 plus clean-up costs for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments. Competition management will place a notice of this requirement either in its prize list or on a specific handout given to trainers on check in at the competition. If local law has different requirements, local law will prevail.

SOLICITATION/SHOPPING EXPO/ COMMERCIAL EXHIBITS

All flyers, signs, posters, commercial notices, etc., may be posted in designated areas only. All others will be removed immediately. Check with the show office or the commercial exhibit office for designated locations. Solicitations will not be allowed on the grounds unless a commercial exhibit booth/ space is purchased. No company or business will be permitted to exhibit or hold any sponsored activities without the express written permission of AHA. Solicitation of funds for any political, educational, charitable or other corporation, association, group, individual or cause of any kind is strictly prohibited, without prior written consent from AHA. Exhibitors must have prior written consent from AHA and the proper state authority to conduct a raffle or drawing of any kind. Commercial Exhibit space must be purchased using the “Application for Exhibit Space”, which may be obtained from AHA. All Food Concessionaires are contracted by the individual facilities, and Commercial Exhibitors are not allowed to sell food or drinks.

STABLING

1. ASSIGNMENT/AVAILABILITY Check each show as to when stalls will be available. Those exhibitors wishing to be stabled together MUST MAIL THE ENTRIES IN THE SAME ENVELOPE and must be included on the stall reservation form. Please note that patronships must represent one entity ONLY, and all stalls assigned to any one patron must be designated under a single name (a company, a farm, training stable, an individual, and a family are all considered single entity). Additional stalls requested after the original stalls are purchased may not be assigned in the same location as the original stalls. 2. STALL DAMAGE Stall walls may not be cut down. Stalls must be vacated in their original condition. Stalls may not be structurally or otherwise altered in any way (including putting nails into walls).  Any and all stalls used by exhibitors must be returned to their original condition prior to leaving the grounds. Exhibitors will be billed for any alteration/damage to their stalls on the premises to or any required cleanup of any stalls they use. 3. HORSE STALLS Each entered horse must pay for a stall, all others are considered tack stalls. No subletting of stalls will be allowed.

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Every horse is required to be stabled on the show grounds at least 12 hours before the start of the first class in which it is to be shown and must remain continuously on the show grounds until it has completed every class in which it is to be shown. Stalls will not be allocated to any non-registered Arabian or Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian without written approval of the Show Management. 4. TACK STALLS If you are ordering just tack stalls, please use an entry form leaving the horse information blank. Please do not list them on the stall reservation form only as they may be missed. Tack stalls will be assigned subject to their availability. Exhibitors will be allowed to order tack stalls per the individual National Show’s policy. Management reserves the right to limit the number of total tack stalls due to availability. Tack stalls that are canceled by show management will be refunded to the exhibitor.

UNAUTHORIZED HORSES AND ANIMALS ON SHOW GROUNDS

Unauthorized animals are not allowed on the show grounds without prior permission from Show Management. At the discretion of management, owners/agents may be charged $300 per unauthorized animal(s) and unauthorized animal(s) may be removed from the grounds.

USEF ENTRY AGREEMENT

I have read the United Sates Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation” Entry Agreement (GR 906.4) as printed in the Prize List for the shows listed in this Omnibus (Youth Nationals, Sport Horse Nationals and U.S. Nationals Competitions) and agree to all its provisions. I understand that by entering any of these Competitions, 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 from the competition and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New York State. By entering a Federation-licensed Competition and signing this entry blank as the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Longeur and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules of The United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) and the local rules of the competition. I agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the rules, and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/or the competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cable-casts, or other likenesses of me and

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VENDORS

A list of Official Vendors for each show is provided in this prize list and on-line at www.ArabianHorses.org. Other suppliers may be used, but deliveries from vendors other than the Official Show Vendors may not be made on the show grounds. See “Solicitations” for information on Commercial Exhibit Space.

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my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Federation rules are governed by the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State.

AT THE DIRECTION OF THE AHA JUDGE’S & STEWARD’S COMMISSIONER AND THE AHA EDUCATION AND EVALUATION COMMISSION, THE JUDGE(S) WILL BE PENALIZING HORSES WITH UNNATURAL TAILS. CONVERSELY, HORSES WITH NATURAL TAIL CARRIAGE SHOWING EXPRESSION THAT IS NOT ANGRY OR OFFENSIVE WILL NOT BE PENALIZED.

VETERINARIAN INSPECTION

All animals are subject to a physical inspection and may be examined for the use of mydriatic drugs by the show veterinarian at the discretion of the Show Commission. The Show Management reserves the right to refuse entry onto the show grounds to any horse exposed to, or which may be harboring, a communicable disease. AHA also reserves the right to a postmortem examination free of charge, on any horse, which dies on the show grounds

VETERINARIAN PERMIT AND REGISTRATION

The official veterinarian shall be an AAEP member. He/she shall not rule on soundness in classes he/she or a family member may have a horse or pony entered or measure any horses or ponies where a conflict of interest may arise due to personal or family interest in the equine. The official veterinarian may be a competitor and will cover the requirements of USEF. No other veterinarian will be permitted to work on the grounds without registering with the Show Office. Exhibitors wishing to use their private veterinarians must have the veterinarian apply at the Show Office and pay a registration fee before they can work on the grounds. Private Veterinarian applications will be available at the Show Office and must be completed and submitted to the Show Office for written approval. Private veterinarians must be members, in good standing, of the AAEP, licensed in the State or province in which the show is held (proof of license to be submitted with application) and will be required to follow and abide by the AHA, USEF, Equestrian Canada, and AAEP rules and practices.  The use of any pictures taken at an event sponsored by AHA for promotional, advertising or commercial purpose without the written consent of AHA is prohibited. Violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Professional photographers may not record the event with any kind of camera, or video equipment. No video cameras, other than those of the contracted official show videographer, will be allowed in the arena buildings or into the competition arenas to include seating areas. This policy will be strictly enforced. Violation of the policy may result in removal from the show grounds. Amateur videographers are exempt from this policy.

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General Rules for All National Shows APAHA PREAMBLE We, as Professional and Amateur Horsemen of the Arabian Horse Association, pledge to assume a positive role as leaders in the Arabian horse community. While achieving the goals of promoting, showing, and caring for the horse, we shall protect the health, image, and welfare of the breed. Therefore, we set forth the following standards: HORSEMEN’S STANDARDS OF CONDUCT  We shall comply with and actively encourage all Professional and Amateur Horsemen to adhere to all rules and regulations of AHA, USEF, CAHR, and EC. We shall instill confidence, trust, and mutual respect in our clients, fellow exhibitors, and the public by a commitment to ethical practice and avoidance of any action conducive to discrediting the Arabian horse, AHA, or our fellow horsemen. We shall ensure that the welfare of the Arabian horse is paramount and that every Arabian horse be treated humanely and with dignity, respect, and compassion. As Horsemen we agree that it is our obligation, not only to the horse, but to each other, to have a reciprocal relationship wherein we are compelled to comment to our peers on their actions as well as be receptive of comments on our actions, if those actions might be perceived or interpreted as abusive or inappropriate. There should be no malicious force during training. Good horsemanship teaches a horse to respond to the aids with confidence. Abusive practices are those that inflict injury or result in intimidation and fear.  This may include jerking, spurring or whipping when employed in a manner that increases a horse’s fear, confusion, or distress. While most types of tack and training methods are not themselves abusive, we understand that anything used wrongly, over used, or over done can prove to be abusive or perceived to be abusive by onlookers. The duration of training sessions should take into account climate conditions, intensity of work, footing and the condition of each horse to ensure there is no undue stress. We shall conduct all business affairs with integrity, sincerity, and accuracy in an open and forthright manner. We shall act with integrity in financial dealings with clients, professionals, and the public.  We shall employ a policy of full disclosure to our horse’s owners, as well as potential buyers, about all facts and knowledge regarding a horse they own or are considering purchasing.  Horsemen will never perform, condone, or allow surgical alteration or procedure on an Arabian horse unless professionally prescribed by a licensed veterinarian, and then, only for the survival or threatened health of an Arabian or Half-Arabian horse. This includes the altering of the natural carriage of the tail, which is one of our breed standards and characteristics. Horsemen will not administer to any horse engaged in competition drugs or medications that give an unfair competitive advantage or serve no required therapeutic purpose.

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YOUTH NAT’LS

NATIONALS

YOUTH

25thANNUAL

July 22–29, 2017

State Fair Park | Oklahoma City, OK

NEW FOR 2017!

Ranch Horse Riding JTR has been added for both Arabian & Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Arabian & Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian JTR Select Classes are now split by age: Country English Pleasure JTR Select 13 & Under Country English Pleasure JTR Select 14 – 18 Hunter Pleasure JTR Select 13 & Under Hunter Pleasure JTR Select 14 – 18 Western Pleasure JTR Select 13 & Under Western Pleasure JTR Select 14 – 18 For updates and event news follow us on Twitter @AHAArabian, #ahaYNL17 Omnibus | 2017 | ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION

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Fee Schedule SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION

ENTRY FEES:

Class Entry Fees:.......................................................... $180 Cattle Fee (per horse) .................................................. $175 Education/Evaluation Fee (Res. 9-90) (per horse) ..........$20 Failure to Close Open Show Accounts.......................... $100 Jump Obstacle Fee (per horse) ......................................$35 Late Class Post Fee...................................................... $100 Office Fee (per horse) ....................................................$60 Post Entry Fee (per horse) .......................................... $500 Rider/Horse Equitation Change Late Fee .......................$25 Scoring (per horse) ........................................................ $15 Scratch Fee (if not filed in office, per class)....................$25 Showing a Non-Qualified Horse Fee ........................... $500 Trail Obstacle Fee (per horse) ........................................$35 USEF Fees (per horse, includes $8 Admin & $8 Drug) .... $16 USEF Show Pass (per person) ........................................$30

STALL FEES:

Horse Stall (each).........................................................$220 Tack Stall (each)...........................................................$220 Removal of Stall Panel (per Panel/Stall)...................... Varies *Please DO NOT split cost of tack stalls on your entry form

WARM-UPS ARE HORSE/RIDER COMBINATION

Trail Warm Up Fee (per ride)...........................................$20 Working Cow Warm Up (per ride)...................................$35 Working Hunter Warm Up (per ride)...............................$30

OPTIONAL ITEMS:

Farrier Permit (each) .................................................. $500 Horse for Sale Listing (per horse) ..................................$25 Show Program (each) .................................................... $10 Veterinarian Permit (each) .......................................$1,500 VIP RV Parking for entire show................................... $800 Therapist/Chiropractor Fee ........................................ $500

EVENT SPONSORSHIP/PARTICIPATION:

Office hours:

Phone & Fax will be available during the hours stated below. Wednesday - Friday, July 19 - 21.................................... 8:30 am - 5 pm Saturday - Saturday, July 22 - 29................................... 7 am - 1/2 hour after the last class

BARN OFFICE INFORMATION Office Hours

Monday, July 17.............................................................. 10 am – 10 pm Tuesday, July 18................................................................7 Am – 10 Pm Wednesday, - Saturday, July 19 - 29 ................................. 7 Am – 7 Pm

FEED & BEDDING INFORMATION State Fair Park Feed and Bedding Advanced Order form in Omnibus (405) 948-6786

FACILITY SHIPPING INFORMATION

Packages for the horse show will only be accepted from July 17 - 28, 2017. Neither AHA nor State Fair Park is responsible for lost or stolen packages.

Fed Ex/UPS packages can be accepted at the following address:

State Fair Park Attn: Arabian Youth Nationals (Include Exhibitor/Vendor/Stable Name, cell number of recipient) 333 Gordon Cooper Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Please send US Postal packages to:

State Fair Park Attn: Arabian Youth Nationals (Include Exhibitor/Vendor/Stable Name, cell number of recipient) 3001 General Pershing Oklahoma City, OK 73107

Arena Sign – Video Side (arena of your choice).......... $600 Arena Sign – Non-Video Side ...................................... $500 Jacket/Buckle Sponsorship ........................................ $300 Class Section Sponsorship ............................................$50 Patronship .............................................................. $3,000 Additional Event Sponsorships are available - Email Brittney Kaiser at Brittney.Kaiser@ArabianHorses.org or call (303) 696-4588 for more information.

ATTENTION EXHIBITORS!

Remember to pick up your Awards. The Awards Room will be open for one hour after classes each day.

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Entry Deadlines and Show Officials Entries received by Tuesday, June 6 Midnight (MT)......................................................................................................................... No penalty Entries received between June 7 and July 19, 5 pm If qualified for the FIRST TIME............................................................................................................................................................ No penalty If qualified prior to June 6 (for any class including classes that do not require qualifications) New horse ...............................................................................................................................................................$500 Post fee per horse Added class......................................................................................................................................................$100 Late class fee per horse Wednesday, June 28........................................................................................................................................... Group Stabling Requests Due Wednesday, June 28 Midnight (MT)......................................................... Last day to enter any Dressage or Sport Horse In-Hand classes. After Friday July 14, noon (MT) �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Hand carry entries to the show office Monday, July 17............................................................................................................................................................NO Arrivals before noon After Wednesday July 19, 5 pm �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������NO additional entries will be accepted (exception, horses used for equitation changes will be accepted) Sunday July 30, by Midnight..........................................................................................................Stalls must be vacated *NO EXCEPTIONS.

SHOW COMMISSION

Mickey Hegg, Chair....................................................................Ireland Sharon Richards, Vice Chair ..................................................California Lollie Ames........................................................................... Minnesota Diana Bein..............................................................................California Katharyn Hart........................................................................Oklahoma Kelly Charpentier.......................................................................Arizona

SHOW COMMISSION CAN BE CONTACTED AT: Arabian Horse Association 10805 East Bethany Drive Aurora, CO  80014  Phone (303) 696-4500 Fax (303) 696-4599 NationalEvents@ArabianHorses.org www.ArabianHorses.org

OFFICIALS

Show Manager................................................................. Mickey Hegg Event Coordinator................................Brittney Kaiser (303) 696-4588 Brittney.Kaiser@ArabianHorses.org Show Secretary............................ Marlene Kriegbaum (303) 696-4501 Marlene.Kriegbaum@ArabianHorses.org USEF Stewards..........................................................Jean Kraus (Lead) Marcie Cockrell Bill Eash USEF Steward-Night............................................................ Cindy Reid Hunter Course Designer ................................................................TBA Dressage/Sport Horse Coordinator............................... Annette Wells Trail Course Designer.....................................................................TBA Announcers........................................................................David Booth Tague Johnson Tony Shubert Ringmasters............................................................. Dennis Eikenberry Gene Holloway Derek Jones TBA Barn Manager.................................................................... Ben Carrillo (505) 450-3203 Veterinarian.................................... Equine Athlete Veterinary Services Dr. Brad Hill (517) 643-1091 Dr. Ty Wallis (970) 218-4867 EMT.............................................................Equestrian Medical Service Farrier..................................................................................Jim Sproles (602) 309-0670 Photographer........................................................Avalon Photography www.avalonphoto.net Web Live Streaming............................................ Arabian Horse Global www.arabianhorseglobal.com

JUDGES

The management reserves the right to vary or add to this list. Panels and/or judge order are subject to change. These judges were selected by the Judges and Stewards Selection Committee.

PANEL 1

Lisa Corbin – Ohio (C) Laura Gault – North Carolina (G) John Ryan – Pennsylvania (R)

UPHA PANEL (U)

Fay Lowry - Missouri (F) (Call Judge) Lisa Corbin - Ohio (C) John Ryan - Pennsylvania (R)

PANEL 2

Jim Hitt – Colorado (H) Bill Melendez – California (M) John Power – Texas (P)

PANEL 3

Peggy Beachy – Kentucky (B) Sarah Good – Missouri (G) Meg Skafgaard – Arizona (S)

PANEL 4

Bob Gordon – Minnesota B) Laurie Martin – Arizona (L) Susan Martin – Illinois (S)

DRESSAGE (D)

Maryal Barnett – Michigan (B) Debbie Riehl-Rodgriguez – Colorado (R)

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#

Class

Judge/Panel

Entry Fee

2017 YOUTH NATIONALS CLASS LIST BREEDING/IN-HAND

2100 2101 2102 2103 420 421 470 471

Arabian Mare Breeding 3 & Over JOTH CH Arabian Mare Breeding 3 & Over JTH CH Arabian Gelding In-Hand 3 & Over JOTH CH Arabian Gelding In-Hand 3 & Over JTH CH HA/AA Mare Breeding Saddle/Pleasure 3 & Over JTH CH HA/AA Mare Breeding Stock/Hunter 3 & Over JTH CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Saddle/Pleasure 3 & Over JTH CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Stock/Hunter 3 & Over JTH CH

2 1 2 1 1 4 1 4

H,M,P C,G,R M,P,H G,R,C R,C,G S,B,L C,G,R L,S,B

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

2104 2142

Arabian Park Horse JTR CH HA/AA Park Horse JTR CH

1 1

G,R,C R,C,G

$180 $180

82 2106 87 2109 523 2145 528 2147

Arabian English Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH Arabian English Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH Arabian English Pleasure JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian English Pleasure JTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA English Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA English Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA English Pleasure JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA English Pleasure JTR 14 - 18 CH

4 4 1 1 4 4 1 1

B,L,S L,S,B C,G,R G,R,C S,B,L B,L,S R,C,G C,G,R

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

PARK

ENGLISH PLEASURE

COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE

103 2113 2223 2224 1845 1847 548 2151 2675 2676 2645 2647

Elite, Choice and Select riders MAY cross entry into JOTR classes. Riders MAY level up (USEF AR110.2.g)

Arabian Country English Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Country English Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR Select 13 & Under CH Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR Select 14 – 18 Select CH Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR Choice CH Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR Elite CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR Select 13 & Under CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR Select 14-18 CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR Choice CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR Elite CH

WESTERN PLEASURE

197 2125 2227 2228 1945 1947 628 2164 3175 3176 3145 3147

4 L,S,B 4 S,B,L 1 G,R,C 1 R,C,G 1 C,G,R 1 G,R,C 4 B,L,S 4 L,S,B 1 R,C,G 1 C,G,R 1 G,R,C 1 R,C,G

Elite, Choice and Select riders MAY cross entry into JOTR classes Riders MAY level up (USEF AR110.2.g)

Arabian Western Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Western Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH Arabian Western Pleasure JTR Select 13 & Under CH Arabian Western Pleasure JTR Select 14-18 CH Arabian Western Pleasure JTR Choice CH Arabian Western Pleasure JTR Elite CH HA/AA Western Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Western Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR Select13 & Under CH HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR Select 14-18 CH HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR Choice CH HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR Elite CH

4 4 2 2 2 2 4 4 2 2 2 2

L,S,B B,L,S H,M,P M,P,H P,M,H H,M,P B,L,S S,B,L M,P,H P,M,H H,M,P M,P,H

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

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Class

Judge/Panel

Entry Fee

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HUNTER PLEASURE

298 2135 2225 2226 2245 2247 740 2173 2985 2986 2955 2957

Cross entry is permitted into JOTR classes. Riders MAY level up (USEF AR110.2.g)

Arabian Hunter Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR Select 13 & Under CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR Select 14-18 CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR Choice CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR Elite CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JTR Select 13 & Under CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JTR Select 14-18 CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JTR Choice CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JTR Elite CH

2 2 4 4 4 4 2 2 4 4 4 4

M,P,H P,M,H B,L,S L,S,B S,B,L L,S,B H,M,P M,P,H S,B,L L,S,B B,L,S S,B,L

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

2117 2155 2118 2156

Arabian Pleasure Driving JTD CH HA/AA Pleasure Driving JTD CH Arabian Country Pleasure Driving JTD CH HA/AA Country Pleasure Driving JTD CH

1 1 1 1

C,G,R G,R,C R,C,G C,G,R

$180 $180 $180 $180

2119 159 2120 2158 597 2157

Arabian Mounted Native Costume JOTR CH Arabian Mounted Native Costume JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Mounted Native Costume JTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA Mounted Native Costume JOTR CH HA/AA Mounted Native Costume JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Mounted Native Costume JTR 14 - 18 CH

4 1 1 4 1 1

S,B,L G,R,C R,C,G L,S,B C,G,R G,R,C

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

Arabian Ladies Side Saddle English JOTR CH Arabian Ladies Side Saddle English JTR CH Arabian Ladies Side Saddle Western JTR CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle English JOTR CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle English JTR CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle Western JTR CH

4 1 2 4 1 2

L,S,B R,C,G P,M,H B,L,S C,G,R H,M,P

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

2138 325 2140 2177 1917 2178

Arabian English Show Hack JOTR CH Arabian English Show Hack JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian English Show Hack JTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA English Show Hack JOTR CH HA/AA English Show Hack JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA English Show Hack JTR 14 - 18 CH

1 G,R,C 4 B,B,L 4 L,S,B 1 R,C,G 4 L,S,B 4 S,B,L

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

1303 1304 1305 1306

Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle JTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle JTR 14 - 18 CH

2H/1D 2H/1D 2H/1D 2H/1D

$180 $180 $180 $180

74 1113

Arabian Sport Horse Show Hack JTR CH HA/AA Sport Horse Show Hack JTR CH

2H/1D 2H/1D B

$180 $180

386 388 491 493

Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand 3 & Over JTH CH Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand 3 & Over JTH CH HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand 3 & Over JTH CH HA/AA Horse Geldings In-Hand 3 & Over JTH CH

DRIVING

NATIVE COSTUME

SIDE SADDLE 2041 2121 2122 2096 2159 2160

ENGLISH SHOW HACK

SPORT HORSE UNDER SADDLE

SPORT HORSE SHOW HACK

SPORT HORSE IN-HAND (WILL BE JUDGED BY 1 JUDGE)

H H H H

B B B B

$180 $180 $180 $180

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Class

Judge/Panel

SHOWMANSHIP 917 923 2180

A/HA/AA Showmanship JTH 10 & Under CH A/HA/AA Showmanship JTH 11 - 13 CH A/HA/AA Showmanship JTH 14 - 18 CH

UPHA Arabian Breeds Challenge Cup JTR 13 & Under CH UPHA Arabian Breeds Challenge Cup JTR 14 - 17 CH Arabian Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 14 - 18 CH % Arabian Reining Seat Equitation JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Reining Seat Equitation JTR 14 - 18 CH % Arabian Hunter Seat Equitation Not To Jump JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Hunter Seat Equitation Not To Jump JTR 14 - 18 CH % Arabian Western Horsemanship JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Western Horsemanship JTR 14 - 18 CH % HA/AA Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 14 - 18 CH % HA/AA Reining Seat Equitation JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Reining Seat Equitation JTR 14 - 18 CH % HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Not To Jump JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Not To Jump JTR 14 - 18 CH % HA/AA Western Horsemanship JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Western Horsemanship JTR 14 - 18 CH %

EQUITATION (FLAT) 958 957 930 2181 937 2183 944 2185 1048 2188 1010 2182 1014 2184 1018 2186 1049 2189

EXHIBITION

Entry Fee

1 1 1

C,G,R R,C,G G,R,C

$180 $180 $180

UPHA UPHA 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 2 2

$180 $180 C,G,R R,C,G H,M,P M,P,H G,S,B B,G,S P,M,H H,M,P R,C,G G,R,C H,M,P M,P,H B,G,S S,B,C M,P,H P,M,H

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

4

B,L,S

$0

2004

A/HA/AA Lead Line Exhibition

A/HA/AA Dressage Seat Equitation JTR 13 & Under CH D A/HA/AA Dressage Seat Equitation JTR 14 - 18 CH % D A/HA/AA Dressage Training Level JTR 13 & Under CH D A/HA/AA Dressage Training Level JTR 14 - 18 CH D A/HA/AA Dressage Training Level JOTR 13 & Under CH D A/HA/AA Dressage Training Level JOTR 14 - 18 CH D A/HA/AA Dressage First Level JTR 13 & Under CH D A/HA/AA Dressage First Level JTR 14 - 18 CH D A/HA/AA Dressage First Level JOTR 13 & Under CH D A/HA/AA Dressage First Level JOTR 14 - 18 CH D A/HA/AA Dressage Second Level JTR 18 & Under CH D A/HA/AA Dressage Third Level JTR 18 & Under CH D A/HA/AA Dressage Fourth Level JTR 18 & Under CH D

DRESSAGE AND DRESSAGE SEAT EQUITATION 431 1440 794 1432 512 1433 803 1434 514 1435 1436 1437 1438

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

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%USEF Recognized Arabian Breed Medal Class

CALLING YOUTH RIDERS!

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996

233 2131 2012 2013 2002 2170 2016 2017

TRAIL

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Class

Judge/Panel Class Fee Additional Fees

A/HA/AA Freestyle Reining Jackpot JTR CH Exhibition

2 M,P,H

$180

Arabian Reining Horse JTR 13 & Under CH (concurrent with 2012) Arabian Reining Horse JTR 14 - 18 CH (concurrent with 2013) Arabian Reining Horse JOTR 13 & Under CH (concurrent with 233) Arabian Reining Horse JOTR 14 - 18 CH (concurrent with 2131) HA/AA Reining Horse JTR 13 & Under CH (concurrent with 2016) HA/AA Reining Horse JTR 14 - 18 CH (concurrent with 2017) HA/AA Reining Horse JOTR 13 & Under CH (concurrent with 2002) HA/AA Reining Horse JOTR 14 - 18 CH (concurrent with 2170)

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

H,M,P M,P,H H,M,P M,P,H M,P,H H,M,P M,P,H H,M,P

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

Arabian English Trail Horse JTR CH Arabian Western Trail Horse JOTR CH Arabian Western Trail Horse JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Western Trail Horse JTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA English Trail Horse JTR CH HA/AA Western Trail Horse JOTR CH HA/AA Western Trail Horse JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Western Trail Horse JTR 14 - 18 CH

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

P,M,H H,M,P M,P,H P,M,H H,M,P M,P,H P,M,H H,M,P

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

Freestyle Reining will have one go all other Trail and Reining classes will run with 2 Go Rounds regardless of the number of entries (COMP814.3 b).

RANCH RIDING 3040 3045

Arabian Ranch Riding JTR CH HA/AA Ranch Riding JTR CH

WORKING COW 2132 1136 2194 1143

Arabian Working Cow Horse JTR CH Arabian Limited Reined Cow Horse JTR CH HA/AA Working Cow Horse JTR CH HA/AA Limited Reined Cow Horse JTR CH

WORKING HUNTER WARM UPS 38 1012 1004

A/HA/AA Working Hunter 14.2 & Under Warm Up Arabian Warm Up Hunter JTR HA/AA Warm Up Hunter JTR

WORKING HUNTER/EQUITATION OVER FENCES 2187 1608 330 2141 784 2179

YOUTH NAT’LS

REINING

Class List

A/HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Over Obstacles JTR CH A/HA/AA Working Hunter 14.2 & Under CH Arabian Working Hunter JTR CH Arabian Hunter Hack JTR CH HA/AA Working Hunter JTR CH HA/AA Hunter Hack JTR CH

T $35/per horse T $35/per horse T $35/per horse T $35/per horse T $35/per horse T $35/per horse T $35/per horse

2 H,M,P 2 M,P,H

$180 $180

2 2 2 2

$330 $330 $330 $330

Includes C $175 Includes C $175 Includes C $175 Includes C $175

NA NA NA

$30 $30 $30

J $35/per horse J $35/per horse J $35/per horse

3 3 3 3 3 3

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

J $35/per horse J $35/per horse J $35/per horse J $35/per horse J $35/per horse J $35/per horse

M,P,H H,M,P M,P,H H,M,P

G,S,B B,G,S S,B,G B,G,S G,S,B S,B,G

WALK/TROT/JOG

1596 A/HA/AA Cross Rail Walk/Trot Warm up NA $30 J $35/per horse 1599 A/HA/AA Cross Rail 10 & Under 3 B,G,S $180 J $35/per horse 903 A/HA/AA USDF Intro Dressage Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH D $180 1021 A/HA/AA Western Trail Walk/Jog 10 & Under CH 2 P,M,H $180 390 A/HA/AA Short Stirrup Reining 10 & Under 2 M,P,H $180

PLEASURE

892 896 899 906 894 897 900 916

Arabian English Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH Arabian Country English Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH Arabian Western Pleasure Walk/Jog 10 & Under CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH HA/AA English Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH HA/AA Western Pleasure Walk/Jog 10 & Under CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH

1 1 2 4 1 1 2 4

C,G,R G,R,C H,M,P B,L,S R,C,G C,G,R M,P,H S,B,L

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

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%USEF Recognized Arabian Breed Medal Class

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Class Class

Judge/Panel Class Fee Additional Judge/Panel Entry Fee Fees

EQUITATION 905 909 912 1005 910 914 1006

UPHA Arabian Breeds Challenge Cup Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH U Arabian Saddle Seat Walk/Trot Equitation 10 & Under CH 1 Arabian Western Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH 2 Arabian Hunter Seat Equitation Not To Jump Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH 3 HA/AA Saddle Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH 1 HA/AA Western Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH 2 HA/AA Hunt Seat Equitation Not To Jump Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH 3

$180 R,C,G P,M,H G,S,B C,G,R H,M,P S,B,G

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Announcing the 14th Annual

Arabian Professional & Amateur Horsemen’s Association Youth Nationals Clinics With Stan Morey, AHA Judges & Stewards Commissioner Crystal McMutt: will conduct her clinic on Ranch Horse Riding 2:00-3:30 pm Cheryl Fletcher: will conduct her clinic on Hunter Pleasure 3:30-5:00 pm

Thursday,

July 20th, 2017

In the Performance Arena from 2-5pm

These clinics are free and open to all. Six participants with their horses may participate on a first-come basis for each clinic. Auditor’s participation is welcome and space is unlimited. Come Join the fun and learn from the best! For more information or to reserve your spot, contact Kathie Hart at Katharyn.Hart@gmail.com

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Rules and Information Please also refer to General Rules for All Shows Pages 6–16 GENERAL ENTRY INFORMATION

See “Entry Information” in the General Rules for what is considered a complete entry. All entries must be complete or they will be returned. If the returned entry form is not completed and received by the closing date, it will be considered a post entry. For hard copy entries either fax, mail or email your entries – DO NOT submit your entry by more than one method or your credit card may get charged twice Faxed entries MUST include a cover sheet listing all entries and number of pages in the fax. All entries must be paid in full when submitted. Blank checks will be filled out by the AHA office for the amount due. UNREGISTERED HORSES:

All Horses must have a certificate of registration when entering any National Show. Pending registrations must be completed by the closing date of each National show or a post entry fee will be charged. Horses qualifying after May 24 must provide a Verification of Qualification Form signed by the show secretary.

ENTRY DEADLINES:

By Tuesday, June 6, Midnight (MT)....................No penalty Between June 7 and July 19, 5 pm If qualified for the FIRST TIME...........................No penalty If qualified prior to June 6 (for any class including classes that require no qualifications) New horse .............................. $500 Post fee per horse Added class..................... $100 Late class fee per horse Wednesday June 28 Midnight (MT) ..... Last day to enter any Dressage or Sport Horse In-Hand ................................................. Stall Requests due to AHA After Friday July 14, noon (MT) ................................ Hand carry entries to the show office After Wednesday July 19, 5 pm..................... NO additional entries will be accepted (exception, horses used for equitation changes)

ENTRY REFUNDS

All fees, except the office fees, will be refunded with a veterinarian certificate received at the AHA office no later than 40 days prior to the first day of the show. Only the class entry fees, 9-90 fee, USEF fees, and EC fees will be refunded with a veterinarian certificate postmarked between 40 days and 15 days prior to the first day of the show. No fees will be refunded for requests received at the AHA office between 14 days and the completion of the show.

POST ENTRIES

Post entries may not be listed in the program and may not be stalled with horses from the same barn. Remember there is no such thing as re-qualifying.

SHOW ACCOUNTS

All exhibitors will be required to leave an open check or credit card, separate from their entries at check-in, before show numbers will be released, to cover any fines or penalties incurred at the show All open accounts must be settled and closed before the closing of the Show Office, Saturday July 29. Show accounts not closed out by the end of the show will be assessed a Failure to Close Out fee of $100.

RIDER/HANDLER EQUITATION HORSE CHANGES

Change fee will be assessed if change is not filed or is late. All changes must be made at least one session prior to the class with the involved. The order of go in all equitation classes is random. If there is a change of horse after the order of go has been posted, the exhibitor with the change will be moved to the first go.

SECTION REQUESTS

Section Requests can be made on the Official Entry Form when submitting the initial entry to the show and can also be done at the show. Class Sections not submitted with the original entry can be requested at the show and must be in by 5pm on: Thursday, July 20, for classes held on Saturday, July 22 Friday, July 21, for classes held on Sunday, July 23, Saturday, July 22, for classes held Monday, July 24 and after. Once a class has been sectioned refer to the General Rules under the Class Information section for Section Changes.

SCRATCHES & NO SHOWS

All Scratches MUST be done in writing and turned into the show office before the end of the session prior. Exhibitors who scratch at the gate and do not file an official scratch by the end of the session will be charged either the scratch fee or the no show fee. Scratches taking place once the session starts will be assessed the late scratch fee. Failure to file an official scratch (no show) in the show office will result in a fine.

SHOWING A NON-QUALIFIED HORSE/CLASS

At check in, all non-qualified horses and classes will be verified for the final time. If AHA is not able to verify qualifications, a non-qualified form must be filled out and on file in the show office. In the event an unqualified horse is shown in a class and a non-qualification declaration form is on file, the exhibitor will be charged a $500 fee.

STALLIONS

Stallions are prohibited from being exhibited in Showmanship, Walk/Trot and Lead Line classes.

ARENA SIGNS

Arena signage may be purchased using the form included in this Prize List. Arena signage space is limited and will be sold on a first come, first served basis. AHA will produce the arena signs as follows: two 3’ x 8’ signs, in the arena of your choice. Artwork for the signs must be emailed to eventsales@arabianhorses.org or mailed on CD to AHA by June 6, 2017. Artwork must be in .jpg or .png format. AHA is not liable for exact color match. Artwork must be laid out so that it will fit on a 3’ x 8’ horizontal sign. Please see the form and call AHA at (303) 696-4500 for more information or questions.

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Rules and Information Please refer to General Rules “AWARDS” for complete information. Awards room will be open from July 22 –29 from 8 am until a 1/2 hour after classes end. All awards not claimed by the close of the show will be forfeited with no exceptions. Duplicate Awards will be for sale in the Awards Room. Champion Trophy and Reserve Champion Trophy, and Top Ten Plaques.

JACKETS & BUCKLES

Each exhibitor will be awarded only one Championship jacket or belt-buckle per Youth National show. For example, should a rider receive 3 Championship titles, the rider will only be awarded one jacket or one buckle for the first Championship title earned. Any exhibitor who earns more than one Championship title has the opportunity to purchase additional jackets and/or buckles. Additional buckles may be purchased from the Awards Room during the show, or from the AHA Office once the show has ended. Additional jackets and patches may be purchased from The Hat Lady.

PRIZE MONEY

Freestyle Reining (class 996) has a jackpot payback made up of the entry fees as follows: 35% to Champion, 25% to Reserve Champion and 35% divided equally among the remaining Top Ten.

CAMPER & RECREATIONAL

A large RV park with water, electricity and sewer station is located on the Fairgrounds (both 50 amp and 30 amp services). For more information, call the Oklahoma State Fairground Office at (405) 948-6700. Camper space must be reserved directly from the Fairground. No motor homes, travel trailers, campers or other RV’s may park in the Fairground’s parking lots or on the roads of the Fairgrounds. The nightly rate is $25 per night. Premium VIP Motor Home and Camper Spots are available directly on the show grounds in the VIP lot at the north end of Barn 9 close to all arenas and barns. The lot is paved and each site has full hook-up including power, sewer and water (50 amp). Reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis on the enclosed form. The reservation form is also located on the website at www.arabianhorses.org/youthnationals. Please contact Brittney Kaiser at Brittney.Kaiser@ ArabianHorses.org or call (303) 696-4588

CLASS INFORMATION

YOUTH NAT’LS

AWARDS

BREEDING/GELDING IN-HAND CLASSES

All Breeding/Gelding In-Hand classes will use the In the Ring Class Procedure. For rules regarding this procedure please see the USEF Rulebook AR107. Controlled paddock procedures in the General Rules for all Nationals show will include the following restrictions for Breeding In Hand classes: »» ONLY TRAINER OR FAMILY MEMBERS PERMITTED »» NO WHIPS »» NO NOISE MAKERS OR »» NO ADDITIONAL NOISE ALLOWED IN THE PADDOCK AREA. The above will be strictly enforced by the Youth National Show Commission and those in violation will be removed from the paddock.

DRESSAGE CLASSES

Tests will be as follows: »» USDF Introductory Dressage Test B »» Training Level Test 3 »» First Level Test 3 »» Second Level Test 3 »» Third Level Test 3 »» Fourth Level Test 3 Only one ride will be used to determine Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten. Readers are only allowed in Introductory Level. No whips will be allowed. Dressage Award Presentations will be held after the last dressage classes each day. DRESSAGE HELMET RULE When cross entry by rider or horse/rider combination is permitted between Dressage and other Arabian classes at a competition, DR120 and DR121 apply only to the designated Dressage warm up and competition areas, or when an exhibitor is actually warming up for Dressage classes.

EQUITATION CLASSES

For Equitation qualifications, please refer to the current AHA Handbook, COMP 1212. DRESSAGE SEAT EQUITATION In addition to rail work, all contestants are required to perform three or more individual tests from USEF DR133. REINING SEAT EQUITATION All entries will compete in two go rounds. Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten will be determined by the cumulative score of both go rounds UPHA ARABIAN BREEDS CHALLENGE CUP UPHA winners receive awards provided by UPHA. All UPHA riders must be a current UPHA Member at the time they qualify. All UPHA Arabian Breeds Challenge Cup class entries must be qualified seven days prior to the beginning of the show (by July 16, 2016). Qualifications earned after July 16, will count for the next year (2017) – UPHA rules refer to USEF EQ 117.15 For the 14-18 and the 13 & under classes, in Phase I, all contestants must work as a group (or in groups) of twenty (20) or less on the rail and complete an individual workout. A minimum of twelve (12) and no more than fourteen (14) riders will be chosen for Phase II, which is the Finals Section. No predetermined number need be selected from each group. In the UPHA 10 & Under Walk/Trot class, the riders will work as a group (or in groups) of twelve (12) or less. There will be no individual workout. Ten (10) riders will be chosen to return for Phase II, which is the Finals Section. Per EQ 117.15.4, the same horse must be used in both Phases of the class, unless the horse is sick or lame, and in this case, a veterinarian certificate is required. For UPHA questions regarding rules or qualifications, refer to the USEF rule book EQ 117.15 or contact UPHA at (859) 231-5070, info@uphaoline.com. Omnibus | 2017 | ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION

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Rules and Information LEAD LINE EXHIBITION CLASS

Lead Line classes are open to riders 2 through 6 years of age. Age of rider will be determined by using the age of the child as of December 1, 2016. Lead Line riders may not cross enter into any other class in the show. Riders/trainers/owners in Lead Line classes are exempt from AHA/USEF membership if the horse entered is not entered in any other class in the show. The Lead Line classes will be exhibition classes only. All participants will receive a specially designed trophy and ribbon. Please sign up for this class on the entry form. Post entries will be accepted at the show office up to one day prior to the class. Leaders must be at least 14 years of age. Leaders are to walk on the near side of the horse. (Res. 27-97)

SELECT, CHOICE & ELITE CLASSES

If a competitor is eligible to compete as a Select/Choice/Elite Rider in a section on December 1, 2016, said eligibility remains throughout the current competition year. Elite, Choice and Select riders MAY cross enter into JOTR classes and any class that counts toward Leveling IF that class is not Leveled. Achievement Level Riders 1. MAY level up (USEF AR110.2.g) 2. May Cross enter into JOTR classes 3. May Cross enter any class that counts toward Leveling IF that class is not leveled. i.e. SADDLE SEAT SECTON - A Rider in Arabian Country English Pleasure Select MAY enter either Arabian and/or HA/AA English Pleasure (if qualified) since Leveled English Pleasure classes are not offered. Qualification requirements for leveled classes are as follows: Select Rider, the rider has received 0 to 20 AHA National Achievement points Choice Rider, the rider has received 30 to 60 AHA National Achievement points Elite Rider, the rider has received 70 or more AHA National Achievement points The following are the leveling classes held at Youth Nationals for both Arabian and Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian; 1. Western Pleasure JTR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Western Pleasure are; a. Western Pleasure b. Western Horsemanship/Equitation 2. Hunter Pleasure JTR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Hunter Pleasure are; a. Hunter Pleasure b. Hunter Seat Equitation Not to Jump 3. Country English Pleasure JTR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Country English Pleasure (Saddle Seat) are; a. Park, b. English c. Country English d. Saddle Seat Equitation e. Show Hack

SPORT HORSE IN-HAND CLASSES

The class will be run by Open Cards. Exhibitors will be able to sign up for the Order of Go at the show office no later than noon on Sunday, July 23, 2017. If you do not sign up for an Order of Go, you will be assigned one. The Order of Go will be definite, but the times listed are approximate.

All Sport Horse In-Hand classes will utilize the “Triangle” method of presenting their horses to the judges. The classes may be conducted using a proportionally smaller triangle. FINAL SCORES WILL BE POSTED AT THE END OF DAY Awards presentation will follow the last SHIH class.

WALK/TROT/JOG 10 & UNDER CLASSES

Open to Exhibitors 10 years old and under as of as of December 1, 2016. Stallions are prohibited.

WORKING HUNTER CLASSES

Working Hunter Championship classes will be judged using AHA Score Cards and will follow the procedures outlined in the AHA Handbook. Working Hunter classes have two jumping rounds (A, B) followed by an under saddle round (C) that is the Final. All horses can compete in both jumping rounds; however this is not a requirement. The first order of go shall be drawn. Riders may be permitted to ride back-to-back rounds at their discretion. A rider may be permitted to compete out of order to minimize delays, but must be approved by management. Only the ten highest scoring horses from each round (or 50% of each section if fewer than 20 horses) will advance to the under saddle Final round (after being jogged for soundness). HUNTER HACK CLASSES The fences for JTR classes will be set at 2’3” Hunter Hack Championship classes will follow the procedures outlined in the AHA Handbook COMP 810. WORKING HUNTER CLASSES Working Hunter JTR fence heights are 2’6”. WORKING HUNTER 14.2 & UNDER CH This class is open to any 14.2 and under working hunter. Fence heights are 2’3” HUNTER WARM UP/SCHOOLING The Working Hunter open schooling time is scheduled for Monday, July 24, estimated time of 6-8 pm in the Specialty Arena. No sign up or fee required. No horses will be allowed to participate that are not entered in Working Hunter or Hunt Seat Equitation Over Obstacles classes. Trainers and riders will be allowed to ride the horse during the open schooling. Protective Headgear must be worn in both the open schooling ring, in the paddock and other schooling areas designated for Working Hunter/Hunt Seat Equitation Over Obstacles horses. The warm up Hunter classes (not judged) will be run in accordance with USEF specifications. Warm up class must be entered on the Official Entry Form. Post entry fee and deadline do not apply to this class. Order of go will be posted. JUMP OBSTACLE FEES A $35 Jump obstacle fee per horse is required for all horses entered in Working Hunter, Hunter Hack and Hunt Seat Equitation Over Obstacles

WORKING WESTERN Classes

Order of go will be by random draw as outlined in USEF AR 207

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Rules and Information WORKING WESTERN WARM UPS & SCHOOLING Back numbers must be worn. TRAIL WARM UP Trail warm up is offered for horse/rider combinations only. Tickets are $20/ride and may be purchased at the show office. Each horse/rider combination must have and present a ticket at trail warm up. Please sign up at the show, NOT on the entry form. WORKING COW WARM UP TICKETS The warm up will be held on Friday morning, July 28, at 6:30 am. Practice cows will be available for Working Cow Horse entries. The tickets are $35/cow with a maximum of 2 cows per horse allowed. Please sign up at the show, NOT on the entry form.

COMPETITION ARENAS

The following table specifies the dimensions and footing of the competition arenas: Arena: Dimensions Footing »» Norick Arena (located in the Superbarn) 120’ x 250’ »» Red Sandy loam »» Performance Arena 120’ x 250’ »» Sandy loam »» Specialty Arena (Barn 8) 130’ x 255’ »» Sandy loam

WARM UP RINGS

»» Superbarn- 100’ x 220’ »» Barn 3 200’ x 80’ »» Barn 7 - Two 80’x 170’ warm up rings »» Outdoor Covered Arena 100’ x 200’ »» West Outdoor Covered Arena 100’ x 400’ »» Lunging arenas – 10 dedicated 63’ round pens When classes are in session, the only horses allowed in the paddock/warm up arenas are the horses in the next class.

DOGS

No dogs will be allowed in the main arena or paddock area with the exception of Companion/Guide Dogs, and in accordance with USEF Chapter 13 (sub-chapter13a, GR1301 General 6). Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be held on a leash or otherwise restrained. Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted. Dog owners are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from their dogs’ behaviors. Dog owners failing to comply with this rule will be issued a Yellow warning card and may be subject to penalty under Chapters 6 and 7. The Show Management further reserves the right to fine any exhibitor or farm whose dog is running loose and has to be confined by show officials. The first offense will be up to $50 and the second offense will be up to $100 and expulsion of the animal from the show grounds. No animal other than horses, dogs or cats are allowed on the show grounds without the express written consent of the National Show Commission.

FIRE MARSHAL REGULATIONS

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FREESTYLE REINING (EXHIBITION) Freestyle reining will have 1 go. The class will be run and judged in accordance with the current USEF Rule Book. Time limit is 3½ minutes per horse. Champion and Reserve Champion will receive an award designated by Show Management. In case of a tie, the number one judge’s score will break the tie. If still tied, the number two judge will break the tie. No qualifications are required. Entries will be limited to ten (10). The first ten (10) horses to be entered (based on postmark date) will be accepted into the class and a waiting list will be created for any remaining horses in the case of no shows or cancellations. Only one horse per rider is allowed. If there are unfilled slots still available in the class, horses from the wait list may be pulled forward and allowed to ride in a time slot originally held, and exhibitors affected will be contacted as soon as possible. LIMITED REINED COW HORSE Qualifications are waived for 2017. Limited reined cow horse introduces the rider to the boxing phase of the cow work. Amateur riders must not have shown down the fence three (3) actual runs in any judged classes or events with the the rider boxed the cow and pulled up before the run was completed with the exception of horse sales. Being entered in a class which exception of horse sales. Being entered in a class that includes the fence work will be counted as going down the fence regardless if includes the fence work will be counted as going down the fence regardless if the rider boxed the cow and pulled up before the run was completed. Work shall consist of a designated reining pattern, followed by boxing of a cow at the end of the arena. There is to be no further work, such as fencing or circling of the cow. The class will be judged according to the current NCRHA rules for youth limited. RANCH HORSE RIDING Qualifications ARE REQUIRED 2017. Ranch Horse Riding will have 1 go. REFER TO USEF AR 220. The purpose of Ranch Horse Riding should reflect the versatility, attitude, and movement of a working horse. The horse’s performance should simulate a horse working outside the confines of an arena and that of a working ranch horse. This class should show the horse’s ability to work at a forward, working speed while under control by the rider. Light contact should be rewarded and horse shall not be shown on a full drape of reins. The overall manners and responsiveness of the horse while performing the maneuver requirements and the horse’s quality of movement are the primary considerations. For rules regarding correct Western appointments, refer to AR144. TRAIL, REINING & SHORT STIRRUP REINING All entries will compete in two go rounds. Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten will be determined by the cumulative score of both go rounds. A $35 Trail obstacle fee per horse is required for all horses entered in Trail. WORKING COW Qualifications are waived for 2017. Refer to USEF AR 213 for class procedures. All NRCHA rules regarding patterns, scoring and judging shall apply. All entries will compete in two go rounds. Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten will be determined by the cumulative score of both go rounds.

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Rules and Information »» Sleeping areas are to be equipped with a smoke detector and fire extinguisher. »» Only stalls for tack storage, entertainment or resting can be covered on the top, and will require a working smoke detector. »» Stalls can only be covered in a red rosin construction grade paper or (butcher block paper), cheesecloth, either regular or restaurant type grade. Wood strapping – 3’ max. on center to attach paper is allowed. »» Stalls can be built our 4 feet with awnings/floor decorations »» Movable objects such as chairs can be out another 2 ft »» No portable heaters/air conditioners of any type are allowed in the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds livestock facilities. »» Any aisle space between stalls can be covered only if equal open space to material does not exceed four (4) feet. If your material is maximum 4 feet, then the open space between the materials must be a minimum of 4 feet. »» No tents or canopies are allowed inside the barns, arena, or livestock areas. This includes, but is not limited to, EZ-UP pop up tents. »» NO SMOKING is permitted in any arenas or barns. »» No hay, straw, shavings, or similar combustible materials used for decorations are permitted within any facility unless they have been treated in ACCORDANCE WITH NFPA 701 to make them flame retardant and a certificate or similar proof is supplied to the OKC Fire Marshal’s Office prior to its placing. (Hay or straw for feed and bedding of animals can be kept in stall areas) »» Combustible trash must be removed at least once a day. »» Combustible storefront elevations shall be treated in ACCORDANCE WITH THE NFPA 701 to make them flame retardant and certificate or similar proof is supplied to the Oklahoma City Fire Marshals Office prior to it placing. Material that is being treated by user must be done in the presence of an inspector from the City of Oklahoma City Fire Marshals Office.

FORMAL NIGHT

Formal night is designated for Saturday, July 29.

MOTORIZED VEHICLE/GOLF CART PERMITS

Dever Inc. is the official golf cart vendor. No golf carts from any other golf cart vendors will be permitted on show grounds. Golf Carts are not allowed inside the barns. Reservations will be taken until 7 days before the start of the show. To make a reservation for your golf cart, call (859) 455-9586 or email at Kristi Davis at kdavis@deverinc.com. Please refer to USEF Rule Gr1301.7 regarding the motorized vehicles, including golf carts, motorcycles, scooters or other farm utility vehicles by minors.

MUSIC - EQUITATION & FREESTYLE REINING

Exhibitors in Equitation and Freestyle Reining classes will be allowed to submit their own music selection for their pattern work in the Semi-finals/Finals section only. UPHA classes allow music for phase I only. Music Requests (compact discs or digital media accepted) must be submitted with a completed Equitation Music form to the Show Office at least one day prior to the session in which the Semi-final/ Final is held.

No music will be accepted once the session has started. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to pick up their music after the Finals class.

PARKING INFORMATION

There is NO charge for entrance onto the grounds or for parking. Designated lots will be marked for Patrons, Judges and Officials. You must have a Parking tag for these lots or your vehicle will be towed. Parking is not allowed in any fire lanes or any barn areas.

SCORING SYSTEM

MOS will be used for all classes except Breeding/Gelding In-Hand, Sport Horse In-Hand, Dressage, Dressage and Reining Seat Equitation, Working Western. All Breeding/Gelding In-Hand classes, judges will use the “Arabian Scoring System,” however, the final placings for Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten will be determined by the Majority Opinion System (MOS). The scorecards will be turned into placings and in turn run through the Majority Opinion System to determine the final outcome of the class.

SEATING

Certain box seating areas are designated for Patron, VIP or Judge seating only. Feed and Bedding is available through State Fair Park for ON-SITE feed and bedding purchases. Please order feed and bedding prior to your arrival on the enclosed form. Contact phone number is (405) 948-6786. Exhibitors are permitted to bring in outside feed and bedding for personal use, HOWEVER, third party deliveries or sales are strictly prohibited.

STALLS/FEES

All stall fees must be paid in full at the time of entry as follows: »» $220 per stall (horse or tack) »» One paid stall per entered horse, all others are considered tack stalls. No subletting of stalls will be allowed. »» When ordering just tack stalls, please use an entry form leaving the horse information blank. Please list the tack stalls on the stall reservation form as well.

GROUP STABLING

Exhibitors wishing to be stabled together must send entries together in the same envelope with a stall reservation form listing all the owner names. This form must be sent with the entries, as stalls are assigned using this form. If your name does not appear on the Stabling Request Form – we cannot guarantee you will be with the group. AHA must receive all Stable Request forms for exhibitors wishing to be a part of a group (including on-line entries) by June 28, 2017 to guarantee request.

PATRON STABLING

Patron stalling is assigned prior to any non-Patrons. Priority for Patron stalling assignments will be based on the number of continuous years as a Patron, the prior year’s stalling location, and number of stalls needed. Deadline to enroll as a Patron, with fees paid in full to receive stalling preference is May 1, 2017. Piggybacking of farms/trainers will not be allowed. Patron stabling is limited to one trainer/farm per Patronship. Patron farms/stables allowing other farms or trainers to piggyback with them who are NOT PATRONS, run the risk of being moved to other less desirable areas of stalling.

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Rules and State Fair Park Map YOUTH NAT’LS

The Patronship name used, must be the Farm/Stable Name on the Official Stabling Request Form. Only the named patron shall be allowed to hang identifying drapes or logos. This policy will be strictly enforced by the Youth National Show Commission. Farms/stables/individuals wishing to “piggyback” (stall with) other farms/stables/individuals in the patron stalling areas must purchase a Patronship.

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YOUTH NAT’LS

Hotels and Vendors OFFICIAL VENDORS CATERING

FARRIER

DAILY PRINTED RESULTS

FEED/BEDDING

State Fair Park Sarah Schoenhoff Catering Sales Manager sschoenhoff@okstatefair.com

Arabian Results, Ltd. Jim and Christy Egan (303) 258-3336 egan@arabianresults.com

DECORATOR

Convention Services of the Southwest 1921 Bellamah NW Albuquerque, NM 87104 (505) 243-9889 www.cssabq.com

Jim Sproles Farrier Service (602) 309-0670 1222 Fairgrounds Rd Duncan, AZ 85534

State Fair Park Feed & Bedding Service PO Box 74943 Oklahoma City, OK 73147 (405) 948-6786 (405) 948-6787 See order form in Omnibus

FLORIST/PLANTS

Calvert’s 5308 N. Classen Blvd. Oklahoma City, OK 73118 (405) 848-6642

GOLF CARTS

Dever, Inc. Golf Tournaments, Inc. (859) 455-9586 To make reservation online www.DeverInc.com

MEDICAL SERVICES

Equestrian Medical Service, LLC 5722 Ridge Rd NW Piedmont, OK 73078 (405) 373-2094

PHOTOGRAPHER

Avalon Photography (952) 922-6300 3939 W 50th St Edina, MN 55424 (952) 922-6300 Jolene@avalonphoto.net www.Avalonphoto.net

STALL MAT RENTAL

Rent A Stall Mat Co orders@rentastallmat.com (844) 628-7787

VETERINARIAN

Equine Athlete Veterinary Services Dr. Brad Hill (517) 643-1091 Dr. Ty Wallis (970) 218-4867

WEB LIVE STREAMING

The Arabian Horse Global Network www.arabianhorseglobal.com

HOTELS OFFICIAL HOST HOTELS BEST WESTERN

4300 Southwest Third Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 947-7000

CANDLEWOOD SUITES 4400 River Park Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 680-8770

EMBASSY SUITES OKC WILL ROGERS AIRPORT

1815 South Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 682-6000 http://www. embassysuitesoklahomacity.com

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES OKC AIRPORT

HILTON GARDEN INN AIRPORT

801 South Meridian Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 942-1400 www.oklahomacityairport.hgi com

HYATT PLACE AIRPORT

1818 South Meridian Road Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 682-3900 http://oklahomacityairport.place. hyatt.com/

TOWNPLACE SUITES MARRIOTT 4601 SW 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73128 (405) 600-9988 www.marriott.com/okcts

4521 SW 15th Street Meridian & SW 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73128 (405) 604-3223 www.marriott.com/okcap

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5921 SW 8th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73128 (405) 470-7676 www.comfortinnoklahomacity. com

COURTYARD MARRIOTT AIRPORT

4301 Highline Boulevard Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 946-6500

DOUBLETREE BY HILTON OKLAHOMA CITY AIRPORT 4410 SW 19th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 789-3600 www.oklahomacityairport. doubletree.com

HAMPTON INN & SUITES

4333 SW 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 604-8000

HOLIDAY INN OKC AIRPORT

4401 SW 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 601-7272

HOMEWOOD SUITES BY HILTON

6929 West Reno Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73127 (405) 789-3600

STAYBRIDGE SUITES OKC AIRPORT

4411 SW 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 (405) 429-4400

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CANADIAN NAT’LS

August 13 - 19, 2017

Keystone Centre | Brandon, MB

CANADIAN

NATIONALS

60thANNUAL

NEW FOR 2017!

Greenhawk A/HA/AA Handy Hunter Classic Exhibition Ranch Horse Riding Open and ATR for both Arabian & Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian JTR Reining for both Arabian & Half-Arabian/ Anglo-Arabian AOTR Reining has been changed to AATR Tuesday August 1 is the last day to enter any Dressage classes. For updates and event news follow us on Twitter @AHAArabian, #ahaCNL17 Omnibus | 2017 | ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION

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Fee Schedule SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION

CANADIAN NAT’LS

ENTRY FEES:

Class Entry Fees........................................................... $199 Halter Futurity 3 year old payment............................... $100 Office Fee (per horse) ....................................................$60 Education/Evaluation (Res. 9-90) (per horse) ................$20 Failure to Close Open Show Accounts.......................... $100 Post Entry Fee (per horse) ...........................................$525 Scoring (per horse) ........................................................ $15 Scratch Fee (if not filed in office, per class).................. $100 Late Class Post Fee...................................................... $100 Rider/Horse Equitation Change Late Fee........................$25 EC Drug Fee (per horse) ..................................................$7 2 Year Old Jackpot Entry Fee .......................................$250

STALL FEES:

Horse Stall (each)........................................................ $260 Tack Stall (each).......................................................... $260 Failure to Notify Barn or Show Office of Late Departure.....................................$100 Early/Late Stabling per stall/per day any use................. $30 (Prior to 8 am, Friday August 11 or after noon Sunday August 20) To avoid double billing please do not include early/late stabling with your entry *Please do not split cost of tack stalls on your entry form

OPTIONAL ITEMS:

Hunter-Jumper Warm Up classes 1000 or 1001..............$20 Trail Warm Up ...............................................................$20 Private Veterinarian Permit Fee ...............................$1,050 Private Farrier Permit Fee ...........................................$525 Massage Therapist/Chiropractor/Acupuncturist Fee ....$525 Above fees include GST Tax #895563104. The GST Tax is a 5% value-added tax that is based on the goods purchased and services used in Canada. It is not an income tax. It is therefore applied to commercial transactions regardless of whether or not an American citizen/corporation realizes any income in Canada.

Phone and fax will be available during open office hours stated below. Show Office will be open: Wednesday, August 9...........................................................................Noon Thursday August 10 – Saturday August 12..................8:30 am – 5:30 pm Sunday, August 13 – Saturday, August 19..............................1 hour prior to classes are scheduled to begin to 30 minutes after conclusion of last class unless otherwise announced.

FACILITY SHIPPING INFO

Keystone Centre Attn: Canadian Nationals (Include Exhibitor/Vendor/Stable Name Cell number of recipient) #1, 1175-18th Street Brandon, Manitoba R7A 7C5 Packages for the horse show will only be accepted August 10 - 19, 2017. Neither AHA nor Keystone Centre is responsible for lost or stolen packages. U.S. horses may enter Canada on a temporary basis to race, show or breed without having to pay the GST Tax. A temporary entry is valid for twelve months and may be extended an additional six months. A U.S. owner must pay the tax on goods and services that he or she purchases in Canada. If a horse is claimed or sold, the U.S. owner must pay the 5% tax which is based on the selling price of the horse. U.S. owners may register with the Canadian government to obtain a GST Tax Number. Once registered, the owner may seek a refund of any tax paid. This is the only way an American can obtain a refund for the GST Tax paid.

ATTENTION EXHIBITORS!

Remember to pick up your Awards. The Awards Room will be open for one hour after classes each day.

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Entry Deadlines and Show Officials IMPORTANT DEADLINES AND DATES:

SHOW COMMISSION

Gerald McDonald, Chair...............................................British Columbia Allan Ehrlick, Vice Chair.............................................................. Ontario Tony Caughell, ........................................................................... Alberta Dave Daugherty,............................................................................. Ohio Dan Cross .................................................................................. Ontario

SHOW COMMISSION CAN BE CONTACTED AT: Arabian Horse Association 10805 E. Bethany Drive Aurora, CO 80014 Phone (303) 696-4500 Fax (303) 696-4599 CanadaComm@arabianhorses.org

OFFICIALS

Show Manager.......................................................... Gerald McDonald Event Coordinator............................. Kelsey Berglund (720) 648-9220 kelsey.burglund@arabianhorses.org Show Secretary........................... Marlene Kriegbaum, (303) 696-4501 marlene.kriegbaum@arabianhorses.org Announcers....................................................................... Doug Moore Trisha Brown EC Night Steward.............................................................Neil Ratledge EC Stewards.......................................................................... Jill Barton Gina McAvoy Tina Collins Course Designer................................................... Cheryl Smith Ehrlick Trail Course Designer....................................................... Robert Dehn Farrier........................................................................Pat Gallahan, TBA Photographer................................................ Jeff Janson Photography www.jeffjanson.com Stabling Manager...........................................................Tony Caughell cynot1465@shaw.ca Veterinarian...........................................Equine Athlete (317) 564-3258 Music Provider................................................................................TBA Web Live Streaming..............................Arabian Horse Global Network www.arabianhorseglobal.com

JUDGES

The management reserves the right to vary or add to this list.

PANEL 1

Ted Carson – North Carolina (C) Christie Hart – Oregon (H) Brian Murch – New York (M)

PANEL 2

Mike Budd – Idaho (B) Rebecca Fleck – Indiana (F) Margaret Rich – California (R)

DRESSAGE (D)

Donna Longacre – Washington

WORKING HUNTER (WH) Kitty Bowland – Ontario

WORKING WESTERN PANEL 3

Myron Krause – Florida (K) Leon Matthias – Iowa (M) Connie O’Brien – Nevada (O) * Halter classes will be judged by 5 judges, selected from the 6 judges available between panels 1 & 2 listed above. Judging selections for each halter class will be posted at the show. For more information, please refer to the general rules contained within this section of the omnibus. The Canadian National Arabian & Half-Arabian Championship competition is sanctioned as: Silver Competition member of Equine Canada, 2685 Queensview Dr, Suite 100, Ottawa, Ontario, K2B 8K2; and is governed by the rules of EC.

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CANADIAN NAT’LS

Entries received by Tuesday, June 27. MIDNIGHT (MT)....................................................................................................................No penalty Entries received between June 28 and August 11 If qualified for the FIRST TIME.............................................................................................................................................................No penalty If qualified prior to June 27 (for any class including program classes or classes that do not require qualifications) New horse ................................................................................................................................................................$525 Post fee per horse Added class...................................................................................................................................................... $100 Late class fee per horse Tuesday July 11, MIDNIGHT (MT)........................................................................................................................Group Stabling Requests Due After July 11 you MUST contact the stabling manager Tony Caughell at cynot1465@shaw.ca to inform the stalling office of the number of stalls you will need Tuesday August 1 midnight................................................................................................................ Last day to enter any Dressage classes After Friday August 4, noon (MT).......................................................................................................................................................Hand carry entries to the show office After Friday August 11 noon.................................................................................................................NO additional entries will be accepted No post entry or late class fees are due when you are qualifying for the first time. Additional classes (except Dressage) may be entered by the dates listed above. The late class fee is due ONLY if the added class was qualified for prior to June 27

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Class List

#

Class

Judge/Panel Additional TOTAL Fee Fees Per Class

2017 CANADIAN NATIONALS CLASS LIST BREEDING GELDING IN-HAND

CANADIAN NAT’LS

2 5 15 18 27 30 403 405 410 414 453 455 460 464

Arabian Mare Breeding 3 & Over CH Arabian Mare Breeding AAOTH 3 & Over CH Arabian Stallion Breeding 3 & Over CH Arabian Stallion Breeding AAOTH 3 & Over CH Arabian Gelding In-Hand 3 & Over CH Arabian Gelding In-Hand AAOTH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Mare Breeding Saddle/Pleasure 3 & Over CH HA/AA Mare Breeding Stock/Hunter 3 & Over CH HA/AA Mare Breeding Saddle/Pleasure AAOTH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Mare Breeding Stock/Hunter AAOTH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Saddle/Pleasure 3 & Over CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Stock/Hunter 3 & Over CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Saddle/Pleasure AAOTH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Stock/Hunter AAOTH 3 & Over CH

YEARLING BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES * 971 * 972 D*973 D*974

Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes Yearling Filly CH Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes Yearling Colt/Gelding CH HA/AA Breeders Sweepstakes Yearling Filly CH HA/AA Breeders Sweepstakes Yearling Colt/Gelding CH

Arabian 2 Year Old Colt Jackpot Arabian 2 Year Old Gelding Jackpot Arabian 2 Year Old Filly Jackpot

Arabian Futurity Filly CH Arabian Futurity Colt CH Arabian Futurity Gelding CH HA/AA Futurity Filly CH HA/AA Futurity Gelding CH

SPORT HORSE IN HAND

2701 2709 2721 2729 2741 2749 2821 2829 2861 2869

HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER

$199 $199 $199 $199

HALTER HALTER HALTER

J1 J1 J1

HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER

F3 $299 F3 $299 F3 $299 F3 $299 F3 $299

2 Year Olds may only compete in the age specific National Class, cross entry into Open and ATH is not permitted (Comp 1203)

HALTER FUTURITY 977 978 979 D 980 D 981

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

Yearling must be enrolled as Breeding Entries, no other qualifications are required for Canadian Nationals Yearlings may only compete in the age specific National Class, cross entry into Open and ATH is not permitted (Comp 1203)

TWO YEAR OLD JACKPOT * 874 * 975 * 976

HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER HALTER

HUNTER TYPE Will run concurrently with Dressage Type (D & WH judges with 1 triangle)

Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand ATH Hunter Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand ATH Hunter Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand ATH Hunter Type 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand ATH Hunter Type 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand ATH Hunter Type 3 & Over CH

WH WH WH WH WH WH WH WH WH WH

$449 $449 $449

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

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Class

Judge/Panel Additional TOTAL Fee Fees Per Class

DRESSAGE TYPE Will run concurrently with Hunter Type (D & WH judges with 1 triangle)

2761 2769 2781 2789 2801 2809 2881 2889 2921 2929

Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand ATH Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand ATH Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand ATH Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand ATH Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand ATH Dressage Type 3 & Over CH D

#

Class

61 63 501 503

Arabian Park Horse CH Arabian Park Horse AOTR CH HA/AA Park Horse CH HA/AA Park Horse AOTR CH

Judge/Panel

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

Entry Fee

1 1 1 1

$199 $199 $199 $199

1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE 96 Arabian Country English Pleasure CH 2111 Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH 99 Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH 2112 Arabian Country English Pleasure JOTR 18 & Under CH 2115 Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR 18 & Under CH 2116 Arabian Country English Pleasure AATR 19 - 39 CH 1901 Arabian Country English Pleasure AATR 40 & Over CH * 112 Arabian Country English Pleasure Junior Horse CH 1168 Arabian Country English Pleasure Select AATR CH****

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

ENGLISH PLEASURE

76 2105 79 2107 2108 * 91 358 516 2143 519 2144 2146 * 532 359

541 2148 544 2150 2152 2154 1909 * 557 1172

Arabian English Pleasure CH Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH Arabian English Pleasure JOTR 18 & Under CH Arabian English Pleasure JTR 18 & Under CH Arabian English Pleasure Junior Horse CH Arabian English Pleasure AATR CH HA/AA English Pleasure CH HA/AA English Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH HA/AA English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH HA/AA English Pleasure JOTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA English Pleasure JTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA English Pleasure Junior Horse CH HA/AA English Pleasure AATR CH

****Select Rider may not cross enter any other Arabian or HA/AA Country English Pleasure Class

HA/AA Country English Pleasure CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure JOTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure AATR 19 - 39 CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure AATR 40 & Over CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure Junior Horse CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure Select AATR CH****

CANADIAN NAT’LS

PARK

Class List

****Select Rider may not cross enter any other Arabian or HA/AA Country English Pleasure Class

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Class

CANADIAN NAT’LS

WESTERN PLEASURE

Entry Fee

191 2123 194 197 2125 201 2126 2127 1905 * 205 1166

Arabian Western Pleasure CH Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH Arabian Western Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Western Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH Arabian Western Pleasure JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Western Pleasure JTR 14 - 18 CH Arabian Western Pleasure AATR 19 - 39 CH Arabian Western Pleasure AATR 40 & Over CH Arabian Western Pleasure Junior Horse CH Arabian Western Pleasure Select AATR CH****

1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

621 2161 624 2163 2165 2167 1913 * 637 1170

HA/AA Western Pleasure CH HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH HA/AA Western Pleasure JOTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA Western Pleasure AATR 19 - 39 CH HA/AA Western Pleasure AATR 40 & Over CH HA/AA Western Pleasure Junior Horse CH HA/AA Western Pleasure Select AATR CH****

1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

****Select Rider may not cross enter any other Arabian or HA/AA Western Pleasure Class

****Select Rider may not cross enter any other Arabian or HA/AA Western Pleasure Class

HUNTER PLEASURE

66

Judge/Panel Judge/Panel

291 2133 294 298 2135 302 2136 2137 1903 * 306 1169

Arabian Hunter Pleasure CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR 13 & Under CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR 14 - 18 CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure AATR 19 - 39 CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure AATR 40 & Over CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure Select AATR CH****

2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

734 2171 737 740 2173 745 2174 2175 1911 * 749 1173

HA/AA Hunter Pleasure CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JOTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JOTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JTR 13 & Under CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JTR 14 - 18 CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AATR 19 - 39 CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AATR 40 & Over CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Select AATR CH****

2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

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****Select Rider may not cross enter any other Arabian or HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Class

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#

DRIVING

117 562 567 131 136 576

Class Arabian Pleasure Driving Open CH HA/AA Pleasure Driving CH HA/AA Pleasure Driving ATD CH Arabian Country Pleasure Driving CH Arabian Country Pleasure Driving ATD CH HA/AA Country Pleasure Driving CH

NATIVE COSTUME 151 153 591 593

Arabian Mounted Native Costume Open CH Arabian Mounted Native Costume AOTR CH HA/AA Mounted Native Costume Open CH HA/AA Mounted Native Costume AOTR CH

SIDE SADDLE

168 173 174 175 608 613 614 615

Arabian Ladies Side Saddle English CH Arabian Ladies Side Saddle Western CH Arabian Ladies Side Saddle English ATR CH Arabian Ladies Side Saddle Western ATR CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle English CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle Western CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle English ATR CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle Western ATR CH

ENGLISH SHOW HACK 316 319 2139 755 758 2176

Arabian Show Hack Open CH Arabian Show Hack AAOTR CH Arabian Show Hack JTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA Show Hack Open CH HA/AA Show Hack AAOTR CH HA/AA Show Hack JTR 18 & Under CH

SPORT HORSE UNDER SADDLE 336 340 342 370 774 778 780 788

Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle Junior Horse CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle JTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle Junior Horse CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle JTR 18 & Under CH

SPORT HORSE SHOW HACK

348 1051

TRAIL

180 182 211 213 692 694 646 648

Entry Fee

1 1 1 1 1 1

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

1 2 1 2

$199 $199 $199 $199

1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

1 1 2 1 1 2

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

CANADIAN NAT’LS

Judge/Panel Judge/Panel

WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199

Arabian Sport Horse Show Hack Open CH HA/AA Sport Horse Show Hack Open CH

D D

$199 $199

Arabian English Trail Horse CH Arabian English Trail Horse AOTR CH Arabian Western Trail Horse CH Arabian Western Trail Horse AOTR CH HA/AA English Trail Horse CH HA/AA English Trail Horse AOTR CH HA/AA Western Trail Horse CH HA/AA Western Trail Horse AOTR CH

3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199

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REINING

226 1459 1648 661 1469 1184

Class

Judge/Panel Judge/Panel

Arabian Reining Horse Open CH Arabian Reining Horse AATR CH Arabian Reining Horse JTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA Reining Horse CH HA/AA Reining Horse AATR CH HA/AA Reining Horse JTR 18 & Under CH

3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199

3007 Arabian Ranch Horse Riding Open CH 3009 Arabian Ranch Horse Riding ATR CH 3027 HA/AA Ranch Horse Riding CH 3029 HA/AA Ranch Horse Riding ATR CH

3 $199 3 $199 3 $199 3 $199

CANADIAN NAT’LS

RANCH RIDING

WORKING HUNTER

1000 1001 1002 266 269 271 330 361 711 714 716 784 767

A/HA/AA Hunter Warm Up A/HA/AA Working Hunter Warm Up AOTR Greenhawk A/HA/AA Hunter Classic Exhibition Arabian Working Hunter CH Arabian Working Hunter AAOTR CH Arabian Working Hunter ATR CH Arabian Working Hunter JTR 18 & Under CH Arabian Hunter Hack CH HA/AA Working Hunter CH HA/AA Working Hunter AAOTR CH HA/AA Working Hunter ATR CH HA/AA Working Hunter JTR 18 & Under CH HA/AA Hunter Hack CH

DRESSAGE 789 795 798 1808 816 824 883

A/HA/AA Dressage Training Level ATR CH A/HA/AA Dressage Training Level CH A/HA/AA Dressage Level I CH A/HA/AA Dressage Level II CH A/HA/AA Dressage Level III CH A/HA/AA Dressage Level IV CH A/HA/AA Dressage Prix St. Georges CH

EQUITATION / SHOWMANSHIP

928 A/HA/AA Saddle Seat Equitation JTR13 & Under CH 2195 A/HA/AA Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 14 - 18 CH 942 A/HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Not to Jump JTR 13 & Under CH 2197 A/HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Not to Jump JTR 14 - 18 CH 1358 A/HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Not to Jump AATR CH 2187 A/HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Over Obstacles JTR 18 & Under CH 947 A/HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Over Obstacles AATR CH 1185 A/HA/AA Western Horsemanship JTR 18 & Under CH 1359 A/HA/AA Western Horsemanship AATRCH 921 A/HA/AA Showmanship JTR 13 & Under CH 2180 A/HA/AA Showmanship JTR 14 - 18 CH 1372 A/HA/AA Showmanship AATH CH

WALK TROT/JOG

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Entry Fee

589 901 898 911 915 913

A/HA/AA English/Country English Pleasure Walk/Trot JTR 10 & Under CH A/HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Walk/Trot JTR 10 & Under CH A/HA/AA Western Pleasure Walk/Jog JTR 10 & Under CH A/HA/AA Saddle Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH A/HA/AA Hunter Seat Equitation Walk/Trot 10 & Under CH A/HA/AA Western Seat Equitation Walk/Jog 10 & Under CH

NA $20 NA $20 WH $50 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 WH $199 D D D D D D D

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

1 1 WH WH WH WH WH 3 3 3 3 3

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

1 2 2 2 1 1

$199 $199 $199 $199 $199 $199

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Rules and Information Please also refer to General Rules for All Shows Pages 6–16 GENERAL ENTRY INFORMATION

CANADIAN NAT’LS

ENTRIES

Make checks payable) to AHA in U.S. funds (writing “Payable in US Funds” on the check is not acceptable) and mail to: 10805 E. Bethany Dr., Aurora, CO 80014. See “Entry Information” in the General Rules for what is considered a complete entry. All entries must be complete or they will be returned. If the returned entry form is not completed and received by the closing date, it will be considered a post entry. For hard copy entries either fax, mail or email your entries – DO NOT submit your entry by more than one method or your credit card may get charged twice. Faxed entries MUST include a cover sheet listing all entries and number of pages in the fax. All entries must be paid in full when submitted. Blank checks will be filled out by the AHA office for the amount due when the entry is received.

See General Rules for complete rules. All fees, except the office fees, will be refunded with a veterinarian certificate received at the AHA office no later than 40 days prior to the first day of the show. Only the class entry fees, 9-90 fee, USEF fees, EC fees will be refunded, with a veterinarian certificate postmarked between 40 days and 15 days prior to the first day of the show. No fees will be refunded for requests received at the AHA office between 14 days and the completion of the show.

SHOW ACCOUNTS

All exhibitors will be required to leave an open check or credit card, separate from their entries at check-in, before show numbers will be released, to cover any fines or penalties incurred at the show. All Open Accounts (early arrival, scratch fees, rider change, etc) must be closed out before the closing of the show office, Saturday, August 19 at noon. Show accounts not closed out by the end of the show will be assessed a Failure to Close Out fee of $100.

AWARDS

Please refer to General Rules “AWARDS” for complete information. The awards room will be open for your convenience August 13 - 19, from 8 am until a 1/2 hour after classes end. All awards not claimed by the close of the show will be forfeited with no exceptions. Duplicate Awards will be for sale in the Awards Room. Champion Trophy, Reserve Champion Trophy, and Top Ten Plaques.

UNREGISTERED HORSES:

PRIZE MONEY

All Horses must have a certificate of registration when entering any National Show. Pending registrations must be completed by the closing date of each National show or a post entry fee will be charged.

RANDOMLY SELECTED CLASSES Prize money will be awarded to all non-Sweepstakes AOTR and AAOTR classes. The Champion of these classes will receive $200 USD and the Reserve Champion will receive $125 USD.

CLOSING ENTRY CLOSING DATE IS JUNE 27, 2017

TWO YEAR OLD JACKPOT & PAYOUT

Online entries will be available until midnight June 27 MT. Horses qualified after May 24 must provide a Verification of Qualification Form signed by the show secretary.

POST ENTRIES

Post entries received after June 27 may not be listed in program and may not be stalled with horses from the same barn. Remember there is no such thing as re-qualifying.

ENTRY DEADLINES:

By Tuesday, June 27...........................................No penalty Between June 28 and August 11 If qualified for the FIRST TIME...............................No penalty If qualified prior to June 27 (for any class including program classes or classes that do not require qualifications) New horse .............................. $525 Post fee per horse Added class..................... $100 Late class fee per horse Tuesday August 1 Midnight................... Last day to enter any Dressage classes After Friday August 4, noon (MT).........Hand carry entries to the show office After Friday August 11, Noon...........NO additional entries will be accepted

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ENTRY REFUNDS

Jackpot payout will include $250.00 U.S. from the jackpot fee to be placed into the jackpot for every entry showing in this class for each year. Any money contributed to AHA as designated payable for the Canadian National Arabian 2-Year-Old Gelding Jackpot class, Canadian National Arabian 2-Year-Old Filly Jackpot class, and Canadian National Arabian 2-Year-Old Colt Jackpot. Jackpot payout for this class will be divided as follows: 50% paid to the Champion, 25% paid to the Reserve Champion and 25% divided equally between all of the Top Ten places.

NATIONAL FUTURITY HALTER CLASSES

Futurity payout: original nomination fees will be divided equally between the filly, colt and gelding classes. The re-nomination fees and show entry fees will go into the jackpot of the class the nominee will show in. Prize money for each class will be divided as follows: 25% paid to the Champion and 15% to the Reserve Champion. 7.5% to each remaining Top Ten. All horses competing in the Half-Arabian halter futurities must have parentage DNA verified to a purebred parent on file at the AHA office before they are allowed to compete.

DESIGNATED SWEEPSTAKES CLASSES

Sweepstakes Allocated Prize Money is available in designated Sweepstakes classes. The 50% rule is in effect for all designated Sweepstakes classes. (Yearling Sweepstakes classes are exempt from the 50% rule.) The Sweepstakes Commission reserves the right to pay the Allocated dollar amounts printed in the online version of the AHA Handbook in the event the incorrect dollar amount is announced or presented in center ring.

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Rules and Information CAMPER AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE FACILITIES

CAMPING PRICING STRUCTURE Arrive August 11, Depart August 20

$375 USD

Arrive August 8–August 11, Depart August 20

$375 + $40/night USD

Arrive August 11, Depart August 21

$415 USD

50 Amp Spots

Add $100 to above prices

CLASSES

ARABIAN BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES YEARLING CLASSES

Yearling must be enrolled as Breeding Entries, no other qualifications are required for Canadian Nationals Yearlings are NOT permitted to cross enter into the Open or Amateur to Handle classes. (AHA Handbook COMP 1203.1)

CLASS CROSS ENTRY LIMITATIONS

For cross entry rules, refer to the current EC Rule Book. Select Rider may NOT cross enter into any other Arabian or HA/AA Class in the same section. Refer to Achievement Leveling Classes Select for more information. Yearlings and 2 Year Old Halter horses may only compete in the age specific National Class, cross entry into Open and ATH Halter is not permitted (Comp 1203).

DRESSAGE CLASSES

*** NEW FOR 2017 Dressage entries close Tuesday August 1 Midnight. No Dressage entries will be accepted after this date. All riders, regardless of age or level or competition, must wear ASTM/SEI or BSI/BS EN approved protective headgear at all times when mounted at any EC-sanctioned Dressage competition at the event location. Tests will be as follows: Only one test will be used to determine Champion, Reserve Champion, and Top Ten. »» Training Level Test 3 »» First Level Test 3 »» Second Level Test 3 »» Third Level Test 3 »» Fourth Level Test 3 »» Prix St. Georges Dressage ring will be 60 meters arena. Tests will be ridden from memory.

SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION For National Championship Finals classes, the 13 and Under Saddle Seat Equitation Division requires all contestants to perform two or more individual tests from EC Rule Book, Arabian Division, Article B3614 for Tests a-l. The 14 - 18 Saddle Seat Equitation Division requires all contestants to perform two or more individual tests from EC Arabian Division, Article B3614 for Tests a-o. The exchange of horses is only permitted by the provisions of B3614.4q. HUNTER SEAT OVER OBSTACLES EQUITATION In Hunter Seat Equitation Over Obstacles, the top four from each judge’s card are required to perform two or more tests from EC Rule Book, Article B3602.2 for Tests a-p. Only one rider per horse. HUNTER SEAT NOT TO JUMP EQUITATION All Riders are required to perform the pattern. Markers shall not be used for picking the spot as part of the class. Riders 14-18 shall perform two or more individual tests from EC Rule Book, Article B3602.2 for tests a-k. Riders 13 & Under shall perform two or more individual tests from EC Rule Book Article B3602.2 tests a-h.

CANADIAN NAT’LS

Limited overnight motor home camping facilities with water and power will be available at Keystone Centre, please see below for the pricing structure. All camping spots are assigned by the staff at the Barn Office. Campers and motor homes are to park in designated lots only. Please use enclosed Reservation Form and submit to the AHA office with payment in full no later than July 30th. Reservation fees are non-refundable. Remember, space is limited. Electrical and water services are available in the camping area. Sewage is not available for everyone. Most sites are 30 amps, 50 amp sites must be reserved ahead of time and a limited number of sites are available.50 Amp spots will be charged an additional $100 per spot. Once arriving on grounds, please check in at the Barn Office for space assignment.

EQUITATION

GREENHAWK A/HA/AA HUNTER CLASSIC

Class is open to Arabian & half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabians. There will be no qualifications for this class, other than you must have competed in another over fences class at Canadian Nationals in the same show year that you enter this exhibition. Course will vary from the normal hunter class routine to include elements that show rideability and handiness.e.g. turnback, trot fences, option lines, Not recommended for green horses or novice rider. May be shown over one round or two rounds. Each horse will be given a numerical score; the first round to be about 12 or more fences and the second round to be held over a shortened course. This class will be set at 2’9”. If a second round is held, the second round will return in reverse order, and final placing will be on the accumulated points over two rounds.

HALTER CLASSES RING PROCEDURE

The In-Ring procedure will be used. Refer to 2016 EC Rulebook. Five judges will be randomly selected prior to the show from the six judges available between Panel 1 and Panel 2. Judging assignments will be posted at the show. The Arabian Scoring System will be used. The five Judge Scoring system will be used.

NATIONAL FUTURITY HALTER CLASSES

National Halter Futurity classes shall be judged the same as other National Championship classes utilizing the AHA approved Arabian Scoring System. A Champion and Reserve Champion and Top Ten and will be chosen using this system, regardless of the number of entries in the class. Futurity class entries at the national level may show in any national class, Halter or performance, if eligible (refer to the current AHA Handbook).

ENGLISH SHOW HACK

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Rules and Information RANCH HORSE RIDING

Qualifications ARE REQUIRED 2017. REFER TO USEF AR 220. Ranch Horse Riding. The purpose of Ranch Horse Riding should reflect the versatility, attitude, and movement of a working horse. The horse’s performance should simulate a horse working outside the confines of an arena and that of a working ranch horse. This class should show the horse’s ability to work at a forward, working speed while under control by the rider. Light contact should be rewarded and horse shall not be shown on a full drape of reins. The overall manners and responsiveness of the horse while performing the maneuver requirements and the horse’s quality of movement are the primary considerations. For rules regarding correct Western appointments, refer to AR144.

CANADIAN NAT’LS

SELECT CLASSES

If a competitor is eligible to compete as a Select/Choice/Elite Rider in a section on December 1, 2016, said eligibility remains throughout the current competition year. Qualification requirements for leveled classes are as follows: Select Rider, the rider has received 0 to 20 AHA National Achievement points The following are the leveling classes held at Canadian Nationals for both Arabian and Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian; 1. Western Pleasure AATR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Western Pleasure are; a. Western Pleasure b. Western Horsemanship/Equitation 2. Hunter Pleasure AATR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Hunter Pleasure are; a. Hunter Pleasure b. Hunter Seat Equitation Not to Jump 3. Country English Pleasure AATR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Country English Pleasure (Saddle Seat) are; a. Park b. English c. Country English d. Saddle Seat Equitation e. Show Hack Select riders MAY cross enter any class that counts toward Leveling IF that class is not leveled. i.e. SADDLE SEAT SECTION - A Rider in Arabian Country English Pleasure Select MAY enter either Arabian and/or HA/AA English Pleasure (if qualified) since Leveled English Pleasure classes are not offered at this show, that rider may not cross enter into any HA/AA Country Pleasure Class other than the Select class.

SPORT HORSE IN-HAND

To help avoid conflicts with other rings, once the number of go’s has been determined, there will be a signup sheet with time frames for each group of classes in the office. If you do not sign up by the day prior to your scheduled class, a go order will be assigned to you. There is an order of go for in-hand classes. The Order of Go will be definite, but the times listed are approximate. In the event of a conflict with other rings, management will work with exhibitors within the time frame for each class. Exhibitors are responsible for having their entries at the gate for their order of go. If you miss your order, you have missed your class. All Sport Horse In-Hand classes will utilize the “Triangle” method of presenting their horses to the judges. The classes may be conducted using a proportionally smaller triangle. There will be only 1 triangle set up. Classes for the different types will run concurrently on one triangle (i.e. Arabian Mare Sport Horse Hunter type and Arabian Mare Sport Horse Dressage type will show the triangle once and be judged by both the Hunter Judge and Dressage Judge).

WORKING HUNTER WARM UP

The Working Hunter Warm Up time is scheduled (see tentative schedule for times). The warm up fee will be $20 (U.S. funds) per round per horse (limit 2 rounds.) You must enter for Hunter Warm Up on the Official Entry Form or at the Show Office. Back numbers must be worn. No horses will be allowed to participate in this warm-up without entry. Warm Up round fees are non-refundable.

DRUG TESTING

Any horse entered in any class at a competition may be selected for equine medication control testing while at the event location.

EC Drug Rules are not the same as USEF rules. See the current EC Rule Book and the show office for rules and clarification. Please refer to www. equestrian.ca for the most current drug information.

CONTROLLED PADDOCK PROCEDURE

The one specified person assisting with entrance of in-hand horses into the ring will be allowed to use only the same length whip and appendages as are currently allowed for the individual handling the horse. Rule reference AR114.2:  Whips are to be no longer than 6’ including snapper/lash/appendage.  Small appendages (no more than 12 inches in length) of ribbon, plastic, etc. are permitted. The designated person will not hit or use any other objects, such as trash cans, walls, etc., to make any noise. In addition, effective immediately, the use of plastic or paper bags of any type or size is prohibited in assisting with entrance(s) into the arena. It is the responsibility of Show Management, along with the USEF Steward(s) to ensure the “designated person” understands this policy and their role. Should this rule/policy be violated, a warning card may be issued to both the handler and the designated person or groom who initiates this violation.

DOGS

No dogs will be allowed in the main arena or paddock area with the exception of Companion/ Guide Dogs. Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be on a leash or otherwise contained. Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted. Dog owners failing to comply with this rule may be subject to penalty as well as issuance of warning cards. The Show further reserves the right to fine any exhibitor or farm whose dog is running loose and has to be confined by show officials. Each single offense will be $100.00. Show officials reserve the right to expel any animal from the show grounds.

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Rules and Information

EQUESTRIAN CANADA STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLE

The EC, the National Federation of Canada, supports adherence to humane treatment of horses in all competitions under its jurisdiction. All Persons shall be committed to: »» Upholding the welfare of all horses, regardless of value, as a primary consideration in all activities; »» Requiring that horses be treated with kindness, respect and compassion, and that they never be subjected to mistreatment; »» Ensuring that all Equestrians including owners, trainers and »» Competitors, or their respective agents, use responsible care in the handling, treatment and transportation of their own horses as well as horses placed in their care for any purpose; »» Providing for the continuous well-being of horses by encouraging routine inspection and consultation with health care professionals and competition officials to achieve the highest possible standards of nutrition, health, comfort and safety as a matter of standard operating procedure;

»» Providing current information on Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Equines and other equine health and welfare initiatives; »» Continuing to support scientific studies on equine health and welfare; »» Requiring owners, trainers and competitors to know and follow their sanctioning organization’s rules, and to work within industry regulations in all equestrian competitions; and »» Actively promoting the development of and adherence to competition rules and regulations that protect the welfare of the horse. The standard by which conduct or treatment will be measured is that which a person who is informed and experienced in generally accepted equine training and competition.

FORMAL NIGHTS

Formal nights are designated for Friday (18h) and Saturday (19th) evenings.

CANADIAN NAT’LS

City of Brandon Bylaw #5900/57/91 - No owner shall: Permit his dog or cat to defecate on any public property or private property other than the property of the owner. Where a dog or cat defecates on property other than the property of its owner, the owner shall cause such excrement to be removed immediately and such excrement shall be disposed of by the dog or cat owner in accordance with the City’s Solid Waste Disposal Bylaw. [AM.B/L 6010/47/92] Any person who has immediate charge and control of a dog or cat on public property or private property, other than the property of the owner, shall have possession of equipment or materials sufficient to properly remove animal excrement and ensure disposal of such excrement is in compliance with the City’s Solid Waste Bylaw. Such equipment or materials must be produced upon demand of the Animal Control Officer and be suitable for removal and disposal of such excrement in the opinion of the Animal Control Officer.  [EN. BL 6171/20/94]  Any person who removes or causes to be removed dog or cat excrement from any property, including the property of the owner, shall ensure such excrement is disposed of in accordance with the City’s Solid Waste Bylaw.  [EN B/L 6493]  Person’s not found to be in accordance with this bylaw can be fined $50 for the first offence and $100 for each subsequent offence. Please pick up after your dogs! No animal other than horses, dogs or cats are allowed on the show grounds without the express written consent of the National Show Commission. No animals other than horses shall be allowed on the grounds for the purpose of being sold.

GOLF CARTS, SCOOTERS AND BICYCLES

The Keystone Centre is a golf cart, scooter, and bicycle free facility. NO GOLF CARTS, SCOOTERS OR BICYCLES other than pre-approved OFFICIAL GOLF CARTS will be allowed inside theKeystone Centre.

HOOF MEASUREMENTS

Complementary hoof measurements provided by Stewards will NOT available at any National Show.

PARKING

NO vehicles other than Police, Fire, Ambulance, Service Vehicles, Commission and Judges Vehicles with proper hang tags will be allowed to be parked near the facility buildings during the event. All vehicles and trailers must be parked in designated parking areas only. Violators are subject to the vehicles being tagged and towed at the owner’s expense.

RESTRICTED AREAS /OUT OF BOUNDS

Keystone Centre in its entirety shall have restricted area/out of bounds areas that will be posted and strictly enforced. (See marked)

SCRATCHES AND NO SHOWS

Refer to Fee Schedule for this show.. All Scratches MUST be done in writing and turned into the show office before the end of the session prior. Exhibitors who scratch at the gate and do not file an official scratch by the end of the session will be charged either the scratch fee or the no show fee. Scratches taking place once the session starts will be assessed the late scratch fee. Failure to file an official scratch (no show) in the show office will result in a $100 fine.

SCORING SYSTEM—MOS SCORING SYSTEM

The MOS Scoring system will be used in all classes except: Dressage, Working Western, Working Hunter, Reining Seat Equitation, and Breeding/Gelding In-Hand. All sections will be ranked to bring forward a predetermined number of exhibitors to the finals. The number brought forward to the final will be dependent upon the class and arena in accordance with the current AHA Handbook COMP 805.11.

SECTION REQUESTS

Section Requests can be made on the Official Entry Form when submitting the initial entry to the show and can also be done at the show. Class Sections not submitted with the original entry can be requested at the show and must be in by 5pm on: »» Saturday, August 12 for classes held on Monday, August 14 »» Sunday, August 12, for classes held on Tuesday, August 15 and after. Once a class has been sectioned refer to the General Rules under the Class Information section for Section Changes.

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Rules and Information STABLING AND ARRIVAL INFORMATION

The Keystone Centre and Canadian National Show Commission will not be held responsible for replacement of damaged feed, shavings or any other personal goods caused from inclement weather in the outdoor stalls before, during or after the Canadian National Arabian Show. Stalls are wood, metal and/or vinyl with half open, pipe or solid fronts and doors.  Stabling consists of stalls inside the Keystone Centre building complex as well as outside portable stalls in the East asphalt parking lot. Outdoor stalls are Chinook stalls with roofs.

CANADIAN NAT’LS

STABLING

Stalls will be available at 8:00 am, Friday, August 11, 2017, and must be vacated prior to noon, Sunday, August 20, 2017. No horses are allowed on the grounds before noon Tuesday, August 8, 2017. »» All stall fees must be paid in full at the time of entry. »» $ 260 for each stall (horse and tack). Please do not split the cost of tack stalls on your entry. »» One paid stall per entered horse, all others are considered tack stalls. No subletting of stalls will be allowed. »» If you will be post entering or entering between July 14 and August 11, you MUST contact the stabling manager Tony Caughell at cynot1465@shaw.ca to inform the stalling office of the number of stalls you will need. »» If the number of horses entered by a trainer or owner exceeds the capacity of the original stalls requested, those horses will be stabled in the order of space available at the time the entry is received.

GROUP STABLING

Exhibitors wishing to be stabled together must send entries together in the same envelope with a stall reservation form listing all the owner names. This form must be sent with the entries, as stalls are assigned using this form. If your name does not appear on the Stabling Request Form, we cannot guarantee you will be with the group. AHA must receive all Stable Request forms for exhibitors wishing to be a part of a group by July 14, including on-line entries.

EARLY/ LATE STABLING »» Please do not include early/late stabling with your entry. »» You MUST make arrangements with the stabling manager Tony Caughell at cynot1465@shaw.ca prior to arriving at the show grounds »» $30 (US Funds) per day per stall used for any reason. »» The early arrival fee will be charged through August 12. »» The late departure fee will be charged for depart after noon on Sunday, August 20. »» All late departure stabling requests must be completed at the barn office. The penalty for not declaring late stabling will be a penalty of $100 per stall. »» Barns 24, 25 & 26 MUST be vacated prior to 9 am on Monday, August 21. (Refer to map of facility). All other barns MUST be vacated by 4 pm on Monday, August 21.

PATRONS

PATRON STABLING

seniority. In order to retain seniority, Patrons must be current every year. The Canadian National Show Commission reserves the right to review special case requests regarding seniority and their decision will be final after each case has been evaluated on its own facts and circumstances. Once all patrons have been stabled, the remaining farms/ stables/exhibitors will be stabled in the remaining stabling areas within the Keystone Centre. Stabling in the Patron area is limited and any requests received after this area is filled will be accommodated based on availability. Once stabling within Keystone Centre is exhausted, outside stabling will be utilized. Only one set of identifying drapes or logos per paid patronship. Only the named person shall be allowed to hang identifying drapes or logos. Patron farms/stables allowing other farms/stables to “piggyback” with them who are NOT patrons run the risk of being moved to other less desirable areas of stalling within the Keystone Centre or to outside temporary stalling. The entry blank (or electronic entry) must be signed by the trainer listed on the patronship in order for the exhibitor to be stabled with said patron. Any exhibitors wishing to be stalled together must send their entries and stabling request form in together. Exhibitors stalled at the front section of the Exhibit Hall building must maintain their decorations until Sunday morning August 20, 2017. Deadline to enroll as a Patron with fees paid in full to receive stalling preference is June 1, 2017. Any requests to change status in patronships, including cancellations, MUST be emailed to canadacomm@arabianhorses.org as well as sending a hard copy of the request via fax to 303-696-4599 or hard copy to: Arabian Horse Association Attn: Canadian Nationals Patronships 10805 E. Bethany Dr. Aurora, CO 80014

PATRON LOUNGE

The Patron’s Lounge is located in Westman Place and it will be open from August 14 through August 19. The submission of a signed Patron form constitutes an agreement by the signing party for a payment for Patronship. Patrons canceling prior to May 1, 2017 will not be invoiced. Canceling May 2nd until the close of original entry, $500 will be owed. Canceling after the close of entries until the start of the show will require that 50% of the patron package price be paid. The Westman Place Patron Tables will follow the same policy as patronships.

TRAILER PARKING

All Trailers must be parked in the designated trailer parking area located in the southwest corner of the Keystone Centre property (South of Westman Place) or as designated by the Show Commission.

WALKIE-TALKIES/RADIOS

Use of walkie-talkies in the show ring areas is strictly forbidden. Communication with your barn must be done outside the main arena or show ring areas. All walkie-talkies/radios must be cleared with the Canadian Department of Communication before they will be allowed to be operated in Canada.

Patrons will receive preferential stalling and will be completed based on seniority. Patron seniority is based on the number of consecutive years a barn/trainer/individual has been a Canadian Nationals Patron. Stalling assignments will be completed based on Patron seniority and when Patronship for current year is received paid in full. Any year a Patronship is missed will result in the Patron losing their

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Rules and Information GENERAL BORDER CROSSING/CUSTOMS

IMMIGRATION TO CANADA

ATTENTION: HORSE OWNERS

As a horse owner traveling with your own personal horse/s, feed and tack, you are exempt from any applicable duties and taxes for entering Canada and returning back to the U.S.A. A Canada or U.S. Customs entry is not required. You must be the owner of the goods traveling with the goods to make a personal declaration.

Attention: Training Centers/Trainers

The superintendent of the Canadian customs office has requested that the goods brought into Canada for the purpose of conducting business (company banners, brochures, picture, furnishings, etc.) to promote the individual training centers must be declared at time of entry into Canada or at the show site. Please contact Near North Custom Brokers at www.nearnorthcustoms.com

TESTS AND PERMITS FOR HORSE IMPORTATION

Please be aware of the following requirements for entry into Canada. This information is imperative for: »» Exhibitors with horses originating from Texas or New Mexico and are traveling to Canadian Nationals. »» Please also be aware that disease status in locations may change at any time. The changes may have an impact on the import requirements into Canada. Please consult your local USDA office or the AHA office to be aware of any updates.

TEST REQUIREMENTS Coggins:

Negative agar-gel immunodiffusion (Coggins) test or ELISA for equine infectious anemia within 6 months prior to exportation. (No test is required for nursing foals up to 5 months of age exported with dam or for horses exported for immediate slaughter). Nursing foals must be issued their own health certificate, due to the use of an identification diagram.

CANADIAN NAT’LS

To visit Canada: »» You must be in good health, law-abiding and have enough money to support yourself and your dependents during your stay; »» In most cases, you will need a valid passport, proof of identity or other travel documents; »» You must get special authorization if you are coming to study or work; »» You must have a visitor’s visa to travel to Canada if you are a citizen of one of a number of countries. Find out if you need a visa before leaving home. »» Border crossing into and out of Canada requires proof of citizenship by means of a passport. »» Anyone with a criminal record (including a drunk driving conviction) may be excluded from Canada. A waiver of exclusion may be issued but several weeks are required and a processing fee must be paid. Contact the Canadian Embassy or a Canadian Consulate in the U.S. for more information.

Canadian origin horses returning to Canada and horses for permanent import into Canada must comply with CFIA requirements. It is also recommended that horses travel with a copy of their Certificate of Registration. Requirements can found at www.inspection.gc.ca/english/imp/airse.shtml

Piroplasmosis:

In addition to all other import requirements, horses that have been in New Mexico or Texas within 21 days prior to export into Canada must have a negative Equine Piroplasmosis test from Ames, IA or a USDA lab certified to conduct Equine Piroplasmosis testing. The negative Equine Piroplasmosis test will be valid for 15 days from the date the blood sample is taken – not the date the test results are confirmed. Depending on the volume of testing conducted at the lab, the horse owner may have a relatively short window to import their horse(s) into Canada. The USDA lab in Ames, IA is usually able to provide the tests results within 3-5 business days, depending on which day the sample arrives and the number of samples they receive on that particular day.

IMPORT PERMITS

WHAT HORSES NEED AN IMPORT PERMIT?

»» All horses that have been in Texas or New Mexico in the last 21 days before being imported into Canada must have an Import Permit from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) prior to being imported into Canada. »» Horses found at the show that have been in New Mexico or Texas during the last 21 days and have entered Canada without the required testing and permits may be quarantined and restricted from participation in the show.

TIME LINE FOR PERMIT APPLICATION

Permit applications must be received by the AHA office by July 15, 2017. NO LATE Permits will be accepted. The Import Permit is valid for 90 days. Please apply for the permits as soon as possible. Due to the anticipated number of permits to be issued, significant delays may result if the application is received too close to the event. Remember the original of the permit must be with the horse at the border crossing when it is inspected, or it will be refused entry. CFIA will not be responsible for taking the permit to the port. Permit holders may use a copy of the horse permit to cross the border.

WHO TO CONTACT FOR AN IMPORT PERMIT

The Arabian Horse Association will be submitting a permit for each trailer of horse(s) being imported to Canada who are coming from New Mexico or Texas. Permit applications will be coordinated by Kelsey Berglund, Arabian Horse Association, Director of National Events.

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Rules and Information ORIGINAL OF PERMIT

The original of the Import Permit and the original of US Health Certificate must be present with the horse at time of inspection at the Canadian border crossing for entry in Canada.

Changes to Import Permits

Once the permit has been submitted to the CFIA by AHA, absolutely NO changes will be made to your permit to add additional horses or switch horses from one trailer to another.

CANADIAN NAT’LS

INSPECTION AT THE PORT OF ENTRY

All horses that have been in New Mexico or Texas in the last 21 day before entry into Canada must not only have an import permit and US origin Health Certificate, but also require Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) veterinary inspection at the port of entry into Canada. An appointment will need to be set up prior to arrival at the portal. Overtime fees, in addition to the regular inspection fees, will apply if crossing during non-regular business hours.

CFIA Veterinary Hours of Inspection at the Port of Entry

Only certain Canadian Ports of Entry supply CFIA veterinary inspection. The three closest ports to Brandon Manitoba are: »» Emerson/ Pembina -- US highway I-29 becomes Canadian Highway 75 »» North Portal, Saskatchewan. --- US highway 52 becomes Canadian Highway 39 »» Boissevain/Dunseith US highway 281 becomes Canadian Highway 10 »» The Boissevain Port of Entry is directly south of Brandon. Prior arrangement will need to be made with the CFIA Port Veterinarian for inspection. As the CFIA Veterinarian is not located at the port in all situations, appointments will need to be booked a few days in advance. »» Emerson/ Pembina 1-204-373-2346 »» Boissevain/Dunseith (Brandon District Office covers this port) 1-204-578-6670

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR PERMIT TO AHA:

1. Download a copy of the permit from the AHA website. Page one is all that is required. 2. Fill out the highlighted areas on the permit. Application must be legible. 3. Under “Country of Origin” – Include the State as well as where the horses have been before leaving to come to Canada a. Example – horses may have originated from New York but have been in New Mexico or Texas IN THE LAST 21 DAYS before coming to Canada. 4. In the description area, include the following information: a. Horse’s registered name b. Owner’s name c. Trainer’s name d. Horse’s sex, color, markings e. If more space is required attach a supplemental page with the information 5. Do NOT sign as applicant (AHA will sign the permit applications)

6. Each trailer load of horses that fit the criteria must be submitted separately. If an owner has more than one trailer load of horses then a permit application will be required for each additional trailer. For example; a. If a farm has a trailer of 6 horses all coming from Youth Nationals and another trailer with an additional 6 horses coming from Texas, each trailer needs a permit and separate permit applications will need to be submitted’ b. If there will be 5 horses on the trailer but only 2 of these will have been in New Mexico in the last 21 days prior to entry to Canada, only the 2 that have been in New Mexico will require a permit. All horses will require US Health Certificates. 7. Fax the permit application to the AHA with a cover sheet BY JULY 14, 2017. No late permits will be accepted. On the cover sheet, include the following information: a. Attention: Kelsey Berglund b. A contact email address c. Location where the original of the permit is to be sent. Original permit is sent via FedEx, a physical street address is required. 8. AHA will submit your permit to the CFIA. At this time, CFIA has stated that the turn around time will be approximately 2 business days, however, could take as long as 7 business days. 9. The approved permit will then be sent via courier from CFIA offices to the location specified in #7. The CFIA or the AHA does not take responsibility for permits that are lost in shipping. If permits do not arrive in a timely fashion please contact the AHA office for follow up. – Just another reason to ensure the permit application is submitted early. REMINDER: At the time of this printing there were no States affected by Vesicular Stomatitis, however, please be aware that disease status may change at any time. The changes may have an impact on the import requirements into Canada. Please consult your local USDA office or the AHA office to be aware of any updates.

IMPORT HEALTH REQUIREMENTS OF CANADA FOR HORSES FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

The following are the health requirements for permanent and temporary exportation of horses from the United States of America to Canada. For actual shipment use either the VS 17-140 or the VS 17-145.

CERTIFICATION STATEMENTS

1. The animal was inspected within 30 days prior to export and found to be healthy and free from evidence of communicable disease and exposure thereto. 2. The animal was, to the best of the knowledge and belief of the issuing veterinarian, not exposed to any communicable disease within 60 days preceding the date of inspection; Either: a. The animal has resided in the United States or Canada since birth; Or b. The animal has met all of the import requirements of the United States of America and has resided in the United States of America for the past 60 days.

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Rules and Hotels and Vendors c. The animal(s) were inspected for ticks and if necessary treated for ticks at the time of inspection. d. The animal(s) have not been on a premises where equine piroplasmosis (clinical or serology) has occurred during the 60 days immediately prior to export, nor has this disease occurred on any adjoining premises during the same period of time. e. The animal(s) have tested negative to equine piroplasmosis using the ELISA test during the 15 days prior to export.

Note to be included on the certification statements:

Fit to be transported means: that on the day of inspection, no animal has an infirmity, illness, injury or any other condition that could be aggravated when the animal is being transported and causing the animal to suffer.

CANADIAN NAT’LS

3. The horse(s) have not been on premises where Tequigenitalis has been isolated during the 60 days immediately preceding exportation to Canada or a premises currently under quarantine or investigation for CEM. Any female(s) in the shipment have not been bred naturally to, or inseminated with, semen from a stallion positive for CEM, or a stallion resident upon a positive premises or under quarantine or investigation for CEM 4. Showed no clinical signs of CEM on the day of inspection. 5. The animals, at the time of the inspection, were found healthy and in a physical condition fit to be transported. 6. The exporter has been advised that any deterioration in health or physical condition of the animals that may render animals unfit for transport may result in the shipment to be refused entry to Canada. 7. During the previous twenty-one (21) days, the animals in this shipment have not been in the State of Texas, New Mexico. 8. Additional requirements for horses originating from the States of Texas or New Mexico (including Canadian horses returning to Canada): a. An import permit issued by CFIA is required b. The animal(s) were inspected by a veterinarian within 15 days prior to export.

PREFERRED HOTELS CANADINNS

VICTORIA INN

3550 Victoria Ave Brandon, MB R7B 2B4 204-725-1532

925 Middleton Ave Brandon, MB R7C 1A8 204-727-6232

ROYAL OAK INN & SUITES

DAYS INN

SUPER 8 MOTEL

1125-18 St Brandon MB R7A 7C5 204-727-1422 3130 Victoria Ave Brandon, MB R7B 0N2 204-728-5775

COMFORT INN

2130 Currie Boulevard Brandon, MB R7C 4E7 204-727-3600

1570 Highland Ave Brandon, MB R7C 1A7 204-729-8024

COLONIAL INN

TRAILS WEST INN

1944 Queen Ave Brandon, MB R7B 0T1 204-728-8523

210-18 St Brandon, MB R7A 6P3 204-272-3800

OFFICIAL VENDORS THE HAT LADY OFFICIAL MERCHANDISER

27754 197 Ave E Kent, WA 98042 (253) 630-0886

ARABIAN RESULTS, LTD.

Jim and Christy Egan 303-258-3336 egan@arabianresults.com

DISPLAY MANITOBA 1500 Richmond Ave Brandon, MB R7A 7E3 204-727-4837

THE ARABIAN GLOBAL NETWORK www.arabianhorseglobal.com

THE GREEN SPOT HOME & GARDEN

1329 Rosser Ave East Brandon, MB R7A 7J2 Phone: 204-727-5884 Fax: 204-729-9065 www.greenspotbrandon.com Bernie@greenspotbrandon.com

JEFF JANSON PHOTOGRAPHY

5552 County Rd 4209 Campbell, TX 75422 303-829-5615 www.jeffjanson.com

KEYSTONE CENTRE

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CANADIAN NAT’LS

Keystone Centre Map

2017 CANADIAN NATIONALS

Brandon, Manitoba

Keystone Centre

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Special Events

Canadian Nationals Special Events Celebrating 60 Years of Canadian Nationals – Mini Museum Exhibit CANADIAN NAT’LS

Hours of operation concurrent with Commercial Exhibits. Celebrate the history of Canadian Nationals by taking a walk back into time through this miniature museum exhibit!

Armed Forces Day!

Friday, August 18, 2017 Wear red to honor our Canadian Armed Forces and U.S. Military troops! Various activities throughout the day.

T.A.I.L Tours & Learning Stations

Held throughout the show, T.A.I.L tours provide an opportunity to introduce people to the beautiful and talented Arabian horse. Dates and Times for tours will be posted closer to the event. Want to help out with a tour? Contact youth@arabianhorses.org.

Progressive Barn Party Date and Time TBA

PLUS:

Youth Raffle, Benefiting AHYA

Drawing to occur at U.S. Nationals Raffle tickets can be purchased by obtaining a voucher at the AHA Booth at Canadian Nationals. *Events may be canceled or times and dates changed prior to event. Please check the Canadian Nationals Show Program for a current list of activities.

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September 5–10, 2017

Gov. James B. Hunt Jr. Horse Complex | Raleigh, NC SPORT HORSE NAT’LS

SPORT HORSE

NATIONALS

15thANNUAL

NEW FOR 2017

Western Dressage Basic and Level 1 classes are now National Championships ADDED Western Dressage Level 2 Championship Sport Horse Under Saddle Open & ATR have been split into Hunter Type and Dressage Type for both Arabian & Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian For updates and event news follow us on Twitter @AHAArabian, #ahaSHN17 Omnibus | 2017 | ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION

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Fee Schedule and Show Officials OFFICIALS

ENTRY FEES:

Class Entry Fees.......................................................... $200 Post Entry Fees (per horse)......................................... $500 Education/Evaluation Fee (Res. 9-90) (per horse).......... $20 Failure to Close Open Show Accounts..........................$100 Hunter Warm-up Class.................................................. $30 Late Class Post Fee (per horse)....................................$100 Office Fee (per horse)................................................... $60 Over Fences Schooling Fee (all day, per horse/rider combination) 9/4.................................................................... $50 Retuned checks/declined credit card fee....................... $60 Rider/Equitation Horse Change Fee.............................. $25 Scoring (per horse)........................................................$15 Scratch Fee (if not filed in office, per class) .................. $25 USEF Fees (per horse, includes $8 Admin & $8. Drug)....$16 USEF Show Pass (non member, not acceptable for Amateur classes)......................................................................... $30 Elite Sponsors will receive stalling preferences. Please see the Preferred Stalling Section for complete details. Horse stalls (each)...................................................... $220 Tack stalls (each)........................................................ $220

SPORT HORSE NAT’LS

OPTIONAL ITEMS:

Shavings......................................................................... $8 Farrier Permit (each)................................................... $500 Show Program ..............................................................$10 Therapist/Chiropractor Fee......................................... $500 Veterinarian Permit (each)....................................... $1,000

EVENT SPONSORSHIP/PARTICIPATION:

Arena Signs................................................................ $300 Sponsorships Elite Sponsorship.................................................... $750 Class Sponsorship (per class).................................. $200 Additional Event Sponsorships Dressage Happy Hour............................................. $300 Decorations and Flowers......................................... $200 For more information please email Brittney Kaiser at Brittney.Kaiser@ArabianHorses.org or call at (303) 696-4588

SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION SHOW OFFICE HOURS:

Sunday & Monday, September 3 – 4...................................8:30 am - 7 pm Tuesday - Sunday, September 5 – 10...................................7 am - 1/2 hour after the last class

SHOW COMMISSION

Cathy Gage, Chair...................................................................... Indiana Jill Barton................................................................................... Ontario Wanda Funk.................................................................................Florida Gary Hooghkirk..........................................................................Virginia Jim Porcher........................................................................ New Mexico Marilyn Weber..............................................................................Illinois

SHOW COMMISSION CAN BE CONTACTED AT: Arabian Horse Association 10805 East Bethany Drive Aurora, CO 80014 (303) 696-4500 (303) 696-4599 fax NationalEvents@ArabianHorses.org www.ArabianHorses.org

Show Chair/Manager...............................................................Cathy Gage (317) 313-4211 Event Coordinator................................................................Brittney Kaiser (303) 696-4588 Brittney.Kaiser@ArabianHorses.org Operations Manager............................................................ Matt Kwapich Show Secretary........................................................... Marlene Kriegbaum (303) 696-4501 Marlene.Kriegbaum@ArabianHorses.org USEF Stewards..................................................................... Dorothy Trapp Shannon Price-Heald Ring Stewards.................................................................Matthew Amsden Alison Walk-Sheridan Announcers Hunter/Jumper ..........................................................................Dan Savage Sport Horse ......................................................................... Tague Johnson Barn Manager............................................................................Randy Reid Carriage Driving Technical Delegate.................................. Craig Kellogg Dressage Technical Delegate.................................................Bob Cooper Driving Course Designer...........................................Karen Homer-Brown Hunter & Jumper Course Designer.......................Charles Throckmorton Farriers........................................................................................... TBD Paddock Personnel Dressage..........................................................................Kaye Phaneuf Dressage......................................................................................... TBD Hunter/Jumper.................................................................... Tom Nelson Sport Horse..................................................................................... TBD Ring Coordinators Dressage..........................................................................Annette Wells Sport Horse In-Hand............................................................Beth Walker Veterinarian................................................................. Neuse River Equine Web Live Streaming...................................................Arabian Horse Global

JUDGES

The management reserves the right to vary or add to this list. The judges for Sport Horse Arabian & Half-Arabian National Championship Show were selected by the Judges and Stewards Selection Committee.

HUNTER/JUMPER

Mary Babick – New Jersey Walter Jimmy Lee - Virginia

DRESSAGE

Cheryl Connell-Marsh – Michigan Janet Curtis - California Gail Hoff-Carmona - California Kari McClain - Washington Nicky Vogel - Virginia Lois Yukins - Massachusetts

SPORT HORSE

Diane Cappellanti (HB) – Virginia Christine Collins (DB) - Alberta Dianne Grod (HB) - California Gwen Ka’Awaloa (DB) - Colorado

DRIVING

John Greenall - Vermont

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Facility Shipping and Deadlines FACILITY SHIPPING INFORMATION FACILITY SHIPPING INFO

NC State Fair Horse Complex (Fed Ex/UPS only) Attn: Arabian Sport Horse Nationals (Person’s name or company) 4601 Trinity Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607 Packages for the horse show will only be accepted from Tuesday, September 5 thru Friday, September 8. Neither AHA nor the Gov. James B. Hunt Horse Complex will be responsible for lost or damaged packages.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES AND DATES:

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Entries received by Tuesday, July 18 Midnight (MT)..........................................................................................................................No penalty Entries received between July 19 and September 4, 5 pm If qualified for the FIRST TIME............................................................................................................................................................ No penalty If qualified prior to July 18 (for any class including classes that do not require qualifications) New horse ...............................................................................................................................................................$500 Post fee per horse Added class......................................................................................................................................................$100 Late class fee per horse Tuesday, August 8, Midnight (MT) ........................................................................................................................................................................... Last day to enter Dressage ............................................................................................................................................................... Stall Requests due in the AHA office .........................................................................................................................................................Last day to pre-order shavings thru AHA AfterWednesday, August 30, noon (MT)............................................................................................ Hand carry entries to the show office Tuesday September 5 noon.................................................................................................................. Last day to order any shavings/feed After September 4, 5 pm................................................................................................................. NO additional entries will be accepted. No post entry or late class fees are due when you are qualifying for the first time. Additional classes (except Dressage and Sport Horse In-Hand) may be entered by the dates listed above. The late class fee of $100.00 is due ONLY if the added class was qualified for prior to July 1

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Class List

#

Class

Entry Fee

2017 SPORT HORSE CLASS LIST

SPORT HORSE NAT’LS

SPORT HORSE IN-HAND

* 1022 * 1023 * 1024 * 1025

ABS Arabian Yearling Sport Horse Fillies In-Hand CH ABS Arabian Yearling Sport Horse Colts/Geldings In-Hand CH ABS HA/AA Yearling Sport Horse Fillies In-Hand CH ABS HA/AA Yearling Sport Horse Colts/Geldings In-Hand CH

$200 $200 $200 $200

599 600 601 602 603 604 1366

Arabian 2 Year Old Sport Horse Colts In-Hand CH Arabian 2 Year Old Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand CH Arabian 2 Year Old Sport Horse Fillies In-Hand CH HA/AA 2 Year Old Sport Horse Colts In-Hand CH HA/AA 2 Year Old Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand CH HA/AA 2 Year Old Sport Horse Fillies In-Hand CH Sport Horse 2 Year Old In-Hand Supreme

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $0

2701 2709 2721 2729 2741 2749 2761 2769 2781 2789 2801 2809 485 489 2821 2829 2861 2869 2881 2889 2921 2929 1026

Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Hunter Type ATH 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand Hunter Type ATH 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over AT CH Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Dressage Type ATH 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand Dressage Type ATH 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Dressage Type ATH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Stallions In-Hand ATH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Hunter Type ATH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Hunter Type 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Hunter Type ATH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In-Hand Dressage Type ATH 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Dressage Type 3 & Over CH HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In-Hand Dressage Type ATH 3 & Over CH Sport Horse In-Hand Supreme Champion

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $0

Yearlings may NOT cross enter into ATH or Open (Comp 1203.1) Yearling must be enrolled as Breeding Entries, no other qualifications are required for Sport Horse Nationals

(Champions from all Two Year Old Sport Horse In-Hand may show in this class.) Two Year olds may NOT cross enter into ATH or Open (Comp 1203.1)

(Champions from all Sport Horse In-Hand 3 & Over classes may show in this class.)

UNDER SADDLE/SHOW HACK

2680 2684 2682 2686 338 * 342 348 352 2688 2692 2690 2694 776 * 780 1051 1055

Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle Hunter Type CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle Dressage Type CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle Hunter Type ATR CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle Dressage Type ATR CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle AOTR CH Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle Junior Horse CH Arabian Sport Horse Show Hack CH Arabian Sport Horse Show Hack ATR CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle Hunter Type CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle Dressage Type CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR Hunter Type CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR Dressage Type CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle AOTR CH HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle Junior Horse CH HA/AA Sport Horse Show Hack CH HA/AA Sport Horse Show Hack ATR CH

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

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Class

Entry Fee

DRESSAGE ENGLISH 1401 *1400 1402 1403 1411 1405 1406 1421 1409 1410 1501 * 1404 1502 1503 1511 1407 1408 1521 1412 1413 * 1504 816 821 824 828 883 887 888 889 1427

Arabian Dressage Training Level CH Arabian Dressage Training Level Junior Horse CH Arabian Dressage Training Level AAOTR CH Arabian Dressage Training Level ATR CH Arabian Dressage First Level CH Arabian Dressage First Level AAOTR CH Arabian Dressage First Level ATR CH Arabian Dressage Second Level CH Arabian Dressage Second Level AAOTR CH Arabian Dressage Second Level ATR CH HA/AA Dressage Training Level CH HA/AA Dressage Training Level Junior Horse CH HA/AA Dressage Training Level AAOTR CH HA/AA Dressage Training Level ATR CH HA/AA Dressage First Level CH HA/AA Dressage First Level AAOTR CH HA/AA Dressage First Level ATR CH HA/AA Dressage Second Level CH HA/AA Dressage Second Level AAOTR CH HA/AA Dressage Second Level ATR CH ABS A/HA/AA Young Dressage Horse A/HA/AA Dressage Third Level CH A/HA/AA Dressage Third Level ATR CH A/HA/AA Dressage Fourth Level CH A/HA/AA Dressage Fourth Level ATR CH A/HA/AA Dressage Prix St. George CH A/HA/AA Dressage Intermediate I CH A/HA/AA Dressage Intermediate II CH A/HA/AA Dressage Grand Prix CH A/HA/AA Dressage Prix St. George ATR CH

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

2302 2402 2502

A/HA/AA Western Dressage Basic Level CH A/HA/AA Western Dressage Level 1 CH A/HA/AA Western Dressage Level 2 CH

$200 $200 $200

1228 1232 1236 1297 1248 1272 1278 1321

A/HA/AA Carriage Pleasure Driving - Working CH A/HA/AA Carriage Pleasure Driving Turnout CH A/HA/AA Carriage Pleasure Driving - Reinsmanship CH A/HA/AA Carriage Pleasure Driving Obstacle CH A/HA/AA Carriage Pleasure Driving Drive & Ride CH A/HA/AA Carriage Pleasure Driving Scurry Obstacles CH A/HA/AA Carriage Pleasure Driving Gamblers Choice CH A/HA/AA Carriage Pleasure Driving Timed Obstacle CH

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

266 269 271 278 711 714 716 724 1601

Arabian Working Hunter CH Arabian Working Hunter AAOTR CH Arabian Working Hunter ATR CH Arabian Green Working Hunter CH HA/AA Working Hunter CH HA/AA Working Hunter AAOTR CH HA/AA Working Hunter ATR CH HA/AA Green Working Hunter CH A/HA/AA 14.2 & Under Working Hunter CH

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

A/HA/AA Hunt Seat Equitation Not To Jump ATR CH A/HA/AA Hunt Seat Equitation Over Obstacles ATR CH

$200 $200

DRESSAGE WESTERN

DRIVING

WORKING HUNTER

HUNTER SEAT EQUITATION 940 947

SPORT HORSE NAT’LS

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Class

Entry Fee

HUNTER HACK

361 365 366 368 767 771 772 765

Arabian Hunter Hack CH Arabian Hunter Hack ATR CH Arabian Hunter Hack AAOTR CH Arabian Hunter Hack Junior Horse CH HA/AA Hunter Hack CH HA/AA Hunter Hack ATR CH HA/AA Hunter Hack AAOTR CH HA/AA Hunter Hack Junior Horse CH

25 A/HA/AA Warm Up Green Working Hunter 38 A/HA/AA Warm Up 14.2 & Under Working Hunter 1000 A/HA/AA Warm Up Working Hunter 1001 A/HA/AA Warm Up Working Hunter AAOTR 1004 A/HA/AA Warm Up Working Hunter ATR

$30 $30 $30 $30 $30

1149 1801 1803 1805

A/HA/AA Speed Jumper CH A/HA/AA Jumper CH A/HA/AA Jumper ATR CH A/HA/AA Novice Jumper CH

$200 $200 $200 $200

A/HA/AA $2,500 Adam Bi Bask+// Memorial Hunter Derby Exhibition

$75

WARM UPS

JUMPER

SPORT HORSE NAT’LS

EXHIBITION 873

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

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ATTENTION EXHIBITORS!

Remember to pick up your Awards. The Awards Room will be open for one hour after classes each day.

ATTENTION COMPETITORS! USDF & USEF NUMBERS

Each competitor is responsible for supplying management with correct applicable numbers (USDF and USEF) for horse, owner, rider and trainer, before the day(s) of the competition. The scores of competitors who fail to supply correct numbers may not be counted toward national awards.

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Rules and Information Please also refer to General Rules for All Shows Pages 6–16 ENTRIES

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All entries must be complete or they will be returned. If the returned entry form is not completed and received by the closing date, it will be considered a post entry. See “Entry Information” in the General Rules for the definition of a complete entry. Online entries will be available until midnight (MT) July 18. For hard copy entries either fax or mail your entries – DO NOT do both. Faxed entries MUST include a cover sheet listing all entries and number of pages in the fax. All entries must be paid in full when submitted. Blank checks will be filled out by the AHA office for the amount due. POST ENTRIES

Entries received after July 18 may not be listed in the program and may not be stalled with horses from the same barn. Remember there is no such thing as re-qualifying.

ENTRY DEADLINES: By Tuesday, July 18, Midnight (MT)............No penalty Between July 19 and September 4, 5 PM MT If qualified for the FIRST TIME....................No penalty If qualified prior to July 19 (for any class including classes that do not require qualifications) New horse ........................... $500 Post fee per horse Added class................. $100 Late class fee per horse August 8, Midnight (MT) Last day to enter any Dressage or SH In Hand classes Stall Requests due in the AHA office Last day to pre-order shavings thru AHA After Wednesday, August 30, Noon (MT) Hand carry entries to the show office After Monday September 4, 5 PM. NO additional entries will be accepted ENTRY REFUNDS

See General Rules for complete rules.

SHOW ACCOUNTS

All exhibitors will be required to leave an open check or credit card, separate from their entries at check-in, before show numbers will be released, to cover any fines or penalties incurred at the show All open accounts must be settled and closed before the closing of the Show Office, Sunday, September 10. Show accounts not closed out by the end of the show will be assessed a Failure to Close Out fee of $100.

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ARENA SIGNS

Arena signage may be purchased using the form included in this Prize List. Arena signage space is limited, and will be sold first come, first served. AHA will produce the arena signs as follows: two 3’ x 8’ signs, which will be hung in the two arenas of choice, space providing. Artwork for the signs must be e-mailed to eventsales@arabianhorses.org or mailed on CD to AHA by July 28 2017.  Artwork must be in .jpg or .pdf format.  AHA is not liable for exact color match.  Artwork must be laid out so that it will fit on a 3’ x 8’ horizontal sign. Please see the form and call AHA at (303) 696-4500 for more information.

AWARDS

Please refer to General Rules “AWARDS” for complete information. The awards room will be open for your convenience September 6 - 10, from 8 am until a 1/2 hour after classes end. All awards not claimed by the close of the show will be forfeited with no exceptions. Duplicate Awards will be for sale in the Awards Room. Champion Trophy, Reserve Champion Trophy, and Top Ten Plaques. Dressage Awards will be presented at the end of each day at a time and place designated by Show Management.

PRIZE MONEY SWEEPSTAKES PRIZE MONEY

Sweepstakes Allocated Prize Money is available in designated Sweepstakes classes. The 50% rule will apply to all Sweepstakes classes, with the exception of the Yearling Sweepstakes classes and the Young Horse Dressage Class. The Sweepstakes Commission reserves the right to pay the Allocated dollar amounts printed in the online version of the AHA Handbook in the event the incorrect dollar amount is announced or presented during Awards Presentations.

ABS $15,000 Young Horse Dressage

Horses placing in this class which are Sweepstakes Nominated as Breeding Entries are eligible for prize money as outlined below. The 50% rule does not apply in this class. Champion $4,000, Reserve Champion $3,000, Top Ten $1,000.

RANDOMLY SELECTED CLASSES

Prize money in the amount of $2,500 per class will be paid to 10 classes which will be randomly selected by division as follows: One Hunter Class One Jumper Class One Carriage Driving Class Two Sport Horse In Hand Classes Two Under Saddle Classes Three Dressage Classes The Champion will receive $1,000, the Reserve Champion will receive $500 and the balance of the Top Ten will receive $125. The classes will be listed after the close of entries on September 4 at the show office.

$2,500 Adama BI Bask+// Memorial HUNTER DERBY

Awards are as follows: Champion.......................................................................... $550 Reserve Champion............................................................ $350 Top Ten.............................................................................. $200

BARN PARTY

Celebrate the 15th annual Sport Horse National Show by participating in the Open Barn Parties, Thursday evening, September 7, beginning at 7 pm. You can sign up on the form included in the Omnibus and send it with your entries or email it to; Brittney Kaiser at Brittney.Kaiser@ArabianHorses.org.

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Rules and Information CAMPING & RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

There are approximately 140 of hook ups. RV spaces with full hook-up are available on a first come, first served basis and fees are $25 per/unit night. The RV spaces/camping is managed and fees are collected by the security staff at the Gov. James B. Hunt Horse Complex once you arrive.

COMPETITION ARENAS

The following table specifies the dimensions and footing of the competition and warm-up arenas:

Arena/Dimensions/Footing

Coliseum Arena - 136’ x 248”/Clay, sand and sawdust mixture Covered Arena - Warm-up 120’ x 240’/ Clay, sand and sawdust mixture Dressage Ring Area- 229’ x 300’/Granite rock dust Dressage Warm-up Ring - 120’ x 240’/ Granite rock dust Hunter/Jumper Arena - Warm-up Area 134’ x 448’/ Granite rock dust The management may move classes to other arenas if weather or class schedule issues necessitate such a move. Please refer to General Rules “Class Information” for complete information.

CARRIAGE DRIVING CLASSES

Carriage driving classes will follow USEF rules for Pleasure Driving (See Articles CP 101-160). Singles and multiples will be allowed in the Carriage Pleasure Driving classes. For multiples you will need to pick one horse to receive all points, awards, and recognition. Wire wheeled, pneumatic tired and combined driving marathon vehicles will not be permitted.  No cantering allowed in the obstacle driving class. In the Ride and Drive the rider and driver may be different. A mandatory safety check will occur on all turnouts.

DRESSAGE & WESTERN DRESSAGE CLASSES No readers or whips will be allowed. This includes Western Dressage. Qualifications are waived for Western Dressage for 2017 & 2018 Current USEF /USDF Tests will be used as follows: »» Training Level - Test 3 »» 1st Level - Test 3 »» 2nd Level - Test 3 »» 3rd Level - Test 3 »» 4th Level - Test 3 »» Prix St. Georges - Prix St. Georges »» Intermediate I - Intermediate I »» Intermediate II - Intermediate II »» Grand Prix - Grand Prix »» ABS Young Horse Dressage - USEF Four Year Old Test »» Western Dressage Basic Level - Test 4 »» Western Dressage Level One - Test 4 »» Western Dressage Level Two – Test 4

DRESSAGE HELMET RULE

When cross-entry by rider or horse/rider combination is permitted between Dressage and other Arabian classes at a competition, DR 120 and DR 121 applies only to the designated Dressage warm-up and competition arenas, or when an exhibitor is actually warming-up for Dressage class(es).

Open to 4 and 5 Year-Old Arabian/Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Horses and are open to non-sweepstakes horses; however, only ABS nominated horses will receive payback. Refer to SWP 116 and SWP 118 regarding payback for ABS nominated horses. USEF Dressage Test for Four Year Old Horses (current edition) will be used. Horses will be examined for soundness. A jog will be scheduled prior to the Championship class at which time all horses must be presented to the treating veterinarian and a member of the judging panel for examination. Horses will be jogged on packed dirt or tarmac. Horses not presented for the jog or who do not pass the jog will not be eligible to show in the class. A Best Dressed and Best Groomed Award will be presented to the winners. The awards have been donated by Mary Jo Hoepner. The two member judging panel will consist of either: One (1) USEF ‘R’ Judge and one (1) USEF ‘S’ Judge or two USEF ‘S’ judges, both of whom will have the Young Horse designation. The panel shall sit together at C. Judges shall give one score and fill out general comments on one Marking Sheet. Competition Management shall provide a sound system and microphone to allow the judges to give the audience a short summary after each ride. Horses will be ranked in order of their scores in each test. Breaking of ties for individual classes will be in accordance with DR127.10. If two or more horses are tied for the same placing, breaking of ties will be at the judging panel’s discretion.

HUNTER HACK CLASSES

The fences at National ATR and AAOTR classes will be set at 2’3” and Open Classes at 2’6”. Hunter Hack Championship classes will follow the procedures outlined in the AHA Handbook COMP 810.

HUNTER HACK JUNIOR HORSE

There are no qualifications for Arabian Hunter Hack Junior Horse classes. The fences at National Hunter Hack Junior Horse classes will be set at 2’3”.

HUNT SEAT EQUITATION CLASSES

Class 940 Hunt Seat Equitation Not to Jump ATR CH Pattern will be posted 24 hours prior to class. Will have a rail work portion and also each competitor will be asked to perform two or more tests from USEF EQ 112 Test 1-5, 8-9, 11-19.  Judges must work competitors in groups of twenty (20) or less.  Exhibitors will be excused from the ring following rail work and will perform their tests individually.  Equitation tests must not have exhibitors trotting or cantering through in gate or out gate; any exhibitor choosing to trot or canter through the in-gate or out-gate must be eliminated (see EQ107). Class 947 Hunt Seat Equitation Over Obstacles ATR CH Course will be posted 24 hours prior to class. Fence heights are 2’9”. This class will follow the procedures outlined in the USEF EQ-2. All competitors will compete over the Hunt Seat Equitation course and then the top four competitors from each judge’s card will be required to perform two or more tests from USEF EQ 112, Test 1-19, as designated by the call judge. Equitation tests must not have exhibitors trotting or cantering through in gate or out gate; any exhibitor choosing to trot or canter through the in-gate or out-gate must be eliminated (see EQ107).

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Rules and Information WORKING HUNTER CLASSES

Working Hunter: fence heights are 3’ Working Hunter ATR: fence heights are 2’6” Working Hunter AAOTR: fence heights are 2’9” Green Working Hunter: fence heights 2’6” Working Hunter Championship classes will be judged using AHA Score Cards and will follow the procedures outlined in the AHA Handbook. Working Hunter classes have two jumping rounds (A, B) followed by an under saddle round (C) that is the Final. All horses can compete in both jumping rounds; however this is not a requirement. The first order of go shall be drawn. Riders may be permitted to ride back-to-back rounds at their discretion. A rider may be permitted to compete out of order to minimize delays, but must be approved by management. Only the ten highest scoring horses from each round (or 50% of each section if fewer than 20 horses) will advance to the under saddle Final round (after being jogged for soundness).

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GREEN WORKING HUNTER CLASSES

Qualifications are not required for Green Working Hunter Classes. However, horses must still be eligible to show in the Green Working Hunter Class as defined by USEF AR162. Fence heights are 2’6”.

WORKING HUNTER 14.2 & UNDER CH

This class is open to any 14.2 and under working hunter. Fence heights are 2’6” with a maximum spread of 2’6”. Class will run as defined by USEF in Article AR162.

Adama BI Bask+// Memorial $2500 HUNTER DERBY

Hunter Derby Over Fences - A Hunter Derby is a class shown over two rounds with the top horses returning for a second round. Similar to a Hunter Classic, 2 rounds, but the course should include natural elements and options. The first round is 10 – 12 fences with the second round over a shortened course of 6 to 8 fences. Further the 2nd round will be a Handy Hunter Course. The number of horses returning for the second round can be determined by show management but may not exceed 12 horses nor can it be less than the number of ribbons plus 2 as entries allow. The Derby will be run as a combined hunter competition, with horses competing at 2’6”, 2’9 and 3’. The height that the horse would compete at would be the maximum Hunter height that the horse/rider combination competed at during the show. A horse/rider combination may elect to jump a higher height then they jumped during the competition. It is open to professional, amateur and junior riders; Arabian and Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian horses. An individual rider may not enter more than 3 horses. There is no under saddle Final Round. All judges will sit together and provide one numerical score to be announced after each round. Horses entered will not be required to jog for soundness. Any unsoundness during the competition will be reflected in the scores from the judges (GR 1034.7).

JUMPER CLASSES

No qualifications are required. JUMPER ATTIRE: USEF JP111.9.B. A/HA/AA Speed Jumper................ JP145 Table II, Sec. 1 - 1M A/HA/AA Jumper................ JP145 Table II, Sec. 2 (a) - 1.05M A/HA/AA Jumper ATR...............JP145 Table II, Sec. 2 (a) - 1M A/HA/AA Novice Jumper.......... JP148 Table IV, Sec 1 - .85M Table II, Sec 1 - The first round is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. Horses with clean rounds or equal faults are classified according to their time taken to complete the course.

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Table II, Sec. 2 (a)—The first round and first jump-off, if any, are decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. In the event of equality of faults after the first round, there will be one jump-off for first place only in which time will decide in the event of equality of faults. Table IV—Optimum Time Classes are scored on Faults under Table II, however, all ties are broken on the basis of Optimum Time. 1. Optimum Time in First Round (Table IV Sec. 1)—The first round is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. In the case of equality of faults, ties will be broken on the following basis: an “Optimum Time” (defined as 4 seconds less than the Time Allowed for the course) will be posted on the course plan; the horse with the time on course closest to this Optimum Time (over or under) will prevail in the tie, next closest next, etc. Jump order: First go-round will be determined by random selection.

SPORT HORSE IN-HAND CLASSES

Sport Horse In-Hand classes will be judged using the AHA Sport Horse Score Sheets as specified in the USEF Rule Book. Assigned times for the Sport Horse In-Hand classes may be changed by the ring coordinator, not the paddock, to facilitate a smoother running show when it comes to conflicts with the other arenas. There is an order of go for in-hand classes. In the event of a conflict with other rings, management will work with exhibitors within the time frame for each class. EXHIBITORS are requested to check for conflicts on check in and advise the SH ring coordinator so adjustments can be made early. Exhibitors are responsible for having their entries at the gate for their order of go. If you miss your order, you have missed your class. All sport horse in-hand classes will utilize the “Triangle” method of presenting their horses to the judges. In keeping with the spirit and tradition of the Sport Horse, the show commission would like to remind exhibitors of the following rules and assure their enforcement. USEF Rule AR115.2 lists causes for mandatory elimination from the ring, including, but not limited to, removal of eyelashes, changing the natural color of the mane and/or tail, and the use of anything other than clear or transparent products on the hooves while being shown in breeding and/or in-hand classes. USEF AR 115.3 An entry must be penalized for: excessive amounts of oil, grease or other similar substances, excessive use of the whip which might disturb other entries, and balding of the area around the eyes or proximal to the muzzle and nostrils. USEF Rule AR175 describes the conduct of sport horse in-hand classes. The commission would remind exhibitors the triangle will be trotted a second time only at the direction of the judge and that the horse is to be shown in an “open position” for conformation judging, otherwise the entry may be eliminated from judging consideration.  

SPORT HORSE YEARLING IN-HAND CLASSES

The Yearling Sweepstakes Classes are restricted to Breeding Entries only. This is the only qualification for these classes for Sport Horse Nationals. Yearlings are NOT permitted to cross enter into the Open or Amateur to Handle classes. (AHA handbook Comp 1203.1) Yearlings must be shown in a plain leather stable halter as described in AR179.2

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Rules and Information SPORT HORSE TWO YEAR OLD IN-HAND CLASSES

Two Year Olds are NOT permitted to cross enter into the Open or Amateur to Handle classes. (AHA handbook Comp 1203.1) Two Year Olds may be shown in a bridle or a plain leather stable halter as described in AR179.2.

SENIOR SPORT HORSE IN-HAND SUPREME CHAMPION

Champions from each of the Sport Horse In-Hand 3 & Over classes from both the Arabian and Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian classes (Class #’s 2701, 2709, 2721, 2729, 2741, 2749, 2761, 2769, 2781, 2789, 2801, 2809, 485, 489, 2821, 2829, 2861, 2869, 2881, 2889, 2901, 2909, will be allowed to show in this class. Only a Supreme Champion will be placed. All horses will enter the ring together and the judges will re-evaluate the entries, without the use of Sport Horse Score Sheets. The horses will be shown in-hand at the walk and trot and standing for conformation, but will not be shown on the triangle.

TWO YEAR OLD SPORT HORSE IN-HAND SUPREME CHAMPION

DAILY AMATEUR DRAWING

There will be a daily drawing giving amateur riders the opportunity to win a prize!

DOGS

No dogs will be allowed in any show arenas or paddock areas with the exception of Companion/Guide Dogs, and in accordance with USEF Chapter 13 (sub-chapter13a, GR1301 6). Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be held on a leash or otherwise restrained. Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted. Dog owners are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from their dogs’ behaviors. Dog owners failing to comply with this rule will be issued a Yellow warning card and may be subject to penalty under Chapters 6 and 7. The Show Management further reserves the right to fine any exhibitor or farm whose dog is running loose and has to be confined by show officials. The first offense will be up to $50 and the second offense will be up to $100 and expulsion of the animal from the show grounds. No animal other than horses, dogs or cats are allowed on the show grounds without the express written consent of the National Show Commission.

GOLF CARTS

You must have a valid driver’s license in the state in which you reside in order to operate a golf cart.

GOV. JAMES B. JR HUNT HORSE COMPLEX - RULES

1. Show Management and exhibitors of any animal brought to the Facility must observe all State of North Carolina animal health regulations. 2. All dogs must be restrained on a leash at all times. No dogs are allowed in the Coliseum, Concession area or Show Office area at any time. Pet owners will be responsible for clean-up of droppings.

HEALTH CERTIFICATE/COGGINS

A plastic sleeve is provided on the front of every stall. Please place a copy of your health papers in the provided sleeve. The health inspector will come by and check your papers. No appointments are necessary.

PARKING

Parking passes will be issued using the following guidelines. 1-2 horses – 2 passes 3-5 horses – 3 passes Elite Sponsors will be issued two VIP passes and may park in the VIP parking lot located by the main arena. Exhibitor passes will allow you to park in the areas near the barn. All other vehicles will park in the large parking lot east of the main arena.

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Champions from each of the Sport Horse 2 year Old In-Hand classes in both the Arabian and Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian classes (Class #’s 599, 600, 601, 602, 603 and 604) will be allowed to show in this class. Only a Supreme Champion will be placed. All horses will enter the ring together and the judges will re-evaluate the entries, without the use of Sport Horse Score Sheets. The horses will be shown in-hand at the walk and trot and standing for conformation, but will not be shown on the triangle.

3. Only one horse is allowed per stall. 4. All horses must be washed in the designated wash areas only. 5. Used bedding must be deposited in the stall dumps supplied by Gov. James B Hunt Horse Complex. 6. All buildings and stall areas are smoke free. 7. All exhibitors entering the grounds must check in with Barn office to register and receive their horse stall assignments. 8. Fireworks and firearms are prohibited from the grounds. 9. Persons who do not have a valid driver’s license in the state in which they reside will not be allowed to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind, including but not limited to golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or any farm utility vehicles on the Gov. James B. Hunt Horse Complex grounds.

SCRATCHES

Refer to the Fee Schedule for this show. All Scratches MUST be done in writing and turned into the show office before the end of the session prior. Exhibitors who scratch at the gate and do not file an official scratch by the end of the session will be charged either the scratch fee or the no show fee. Scratches taking place once the session starts will be assessed the late scratch fee.

SCORING SYSTEMS

All Sport Horse In-Hand will be scored using the Two-Judge Total Score system. AHA Handbook COMP 602.6. & COMP 812.2.b Working Hunter, Hunter Hack, Hunt Seat Equitation, Sport Horse Under Saddle, Sport Horse Show Hack and Jumper classes, will be scored using the Two-Judge Total Point system. AHA Handbook COMP 602.6 & COMP 812.2.a Place

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Rules and Information STABLING

STALLS/FEES

The cost of all stalls is $220. The complex provides 485 permanent stalls with clay floors and asphalt aisle ways. A shed barn with 100 stalls on asphalt is also available. Stall mat rentals will be available. To complete the stalling, Haucker clear span tents with portable stalls will be utilized on specially prepared pads. Stalls will be available starting at 8 am on Friday, September 1, and must be vacated no later than 8 am on Monday, September 11. There shall be no arrivals between the hours of midnight and 7 am.

BEDDING

Shavings orders may be placed on the entry form or with your online entries. All shavings orders must be in the AHA office by Tuesday, August 8 or you must order them once the show office opens. Shavings must be ordered by 12 noon Tuesday September 5. No additional orders will be accepted at the show office after noon on Tuesday September 5.

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GROUP STALLING

Exhibitors wishing to be stabled together must send entries together in the same envelope with a stall reservation form listing all the owner names. This form must be sent with the entries, as stalls are assigned using this form. If your name does not appear on the Stabling Request Form – we cannot guarantee you will be with the group. AHA must receive all Stable Request forms for exhibitors wishing to be a part of a group (including on-line entries) by August 8. On-line entries may fax or email their form in to the following: Fax – please include cover sheet (303-696-4599) or Email: NationalEvents@ArabianHorses.org with Sport Horse Nationals in the subject line.

EARLY ARRIVALS

Early arrivals (arriving before Friday September 1 at 8 AM) may be accepted at the Gov. James B. Hunt Jr. Horse Complex provided that arrangements for those arrivals have been made at least two weeks in advance with Gov. James B. Hunt Jr. Horse by calling (919) 839-4701. Exhibitors arriving early will be charged a fee of $15 per day per stall used for any purpose. All early arrivals are at the discretion of the Gov. James B. Hunt Jr. Horse Complex and are subject to availability. If you arrive prior to 8 am on Friday, September 1, there is no guarantee that you will be stabled in your assigned Sport Horse Nationals stalls and you are responsible for all bedding charges. Early arrivals by exhibitors that have not made arrangements shall be deemed unauthorized and may not be able to be accommodated.

ELITE SPONSOR STALLING

Please note that sponsorships must represent one entity only, and all stalls assigned to any one Sponsor must be designated under a single name and listed on that Stabling Request Form (a company, a farm, training stable, and individual, and a family are all considered single entities). The sponsorship name must be used as the Farm/Stable Name on the Elite Sponsorship Form and all horses stabled with the Elite Sponsor must be a part of that farm. Only one set of identifying drapes or logos per paid sponsorship will be allowed. Only the named Sponsor shall be allowed to hang identifying drapes or logos. Farms/Stables wishing to “piggyback” with other farms/stables must purchase a sponsorship in order to hang identifying drapes or logos. No subletting of stalls will be allowed.

WORKING HUNTER/HUNTER HACK/ JUMPER WARM UPS & SCHOOLING

EXHIBITORS MAY ENTER SCHOOLING AND WARM UP ROUNDS AT ANY TIME DURING THE SHOW WITH NO POST FEE. Schooling

All Day schooling will be Tuesday, September 5. The fee will be $50 per horse and may be purchased on the Official Entry Form or from the show office. Multiple rounds will be allowed as time permits. Show management has the right to limit the number of rounds per horse. No horses will be allowed to participate that are not entered in Working Hunter, Hunter Hack, Jumper or Hunt Seat Equitation Over Obstacles or Hunter Derby classes. Both trainers and exhibitors will be allowed to ride the horse during the schooling rounds. Back numbers must be worn during schooling rounds. There will be no predetermined order of go.

Hunter Warm-UPs

Hunter warm ups will precede your judged round. Only one trip per horse will be allowed in each warm up class. The warm up classes will not be judged and will not be awarded ribbons or prizes. The warm-up class fee is $30. Only horses entered in the corresponding working hunter class to the warm up offered each day may enter the warm-up class for the day(s) they are showing. Warm up classes must be entered on the Official Entry Form. Post entry fee and deadline do not apply to this class. There will be no warm-up rounds for the Hunter Derby or Hunt Seat Equitation Over Obstacles ATR CH

Hunter Hack warm-ups

Hunter Hack horses and riders will have the opportunity before the start of the class to school and warm up over the two fences, in the direction they are to be jumped. There is no charge for this warm-up. Warm-up will be done in groups of five (5) or less, prior to the start of each Hunter Hack class.

Preferred stalling will be available only to those who are participating as Elite Sponsors for 2017. Elite Sponsor stalling will be assigned prior to all others. These stalling assignments will be based on the date of the sponsorship form when full payment is submitted to AHA. Stalling seniority from the past sponsorship/patron program will carry over. Deadline to enroll as a sponsor to receive stalling preference is July 28, 2017.

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Gov. James B. Hunt, Jr. Horse Complex Map

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USEF MEMBERSHIP

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Official Hotels OFFICIAL HOTELS COURTYARD RALEIGH CRABTREE

3908 Arrow Dr Raleigh NC (919) 782-6868

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES RALEIGH CRABTREE 2201 Summit Park Ln Raleigh, NC (919) 881-9800

RESIDENCE IN RALEIGH CRABTREE

Additional Hotel Bookings

http://www.visitraleigh.com/aha-booking/

Book early and mention you are with the Arabian Horse Association block

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2200 Summit Park Ln Raleigh, NC 27612 (919) 279-3000

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Official Vendors OFFICIAL VENDORS DECORATOR

Southern Exhibition Services (800) 882-7469 www.ses.cool

EARLY STALLING McNair Farms

FARRIER

Dale Jackson Shelbyville, IN (503) 780-1365 David Lanphere (208) 989-9980

FEED & BEDDING

Will Johnson, Inc (919) 467-1379

GOLF CARTS PHOTOGRAPHER - DRESSAGE

TBD

Don Stine 17002 Telge Rd Cypress, TX 77429 www.donstine.com

STALL MAT RENTALS

Rent A Stall Mat Co. orders@rentastallmat.com (844) 628-7787

VETERINARIAN

Neuse River Equine Dr. Bob Meyer Dr. Jim Meyer 2961 Wendell Blvd Wendell, NC (919)365-6044 neuseriverequine@gmail.com

WEBSTREAMING

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PHOTOGRAPHER – HUNTER/JUMPER/ SPORTHORSE

The Arabian Horse Global Network www.arabianhorseglobal.com

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Special Events

Sport Horse Nationals Special Events A Tour of Arabian Horse Legends – Mini Museum Exhibit Hours of operation concurrent with Commercial Exhibits. Take a walk back into time and explore the Arabian horse trainers, breeders, organizations and horses of yesterday, in a miniature exhibit of history.

3nd Annual Sport Horse Nationals Silent Auction Benefiting AHDF & the Duke Children’s Hospital SPORT HORSE NAT’LS

Bring your auction items to the show! Dates and times TBD.

T.A.I.L Tours & Learning Stations

Held throughout the show, T.A.I.L tours provide an opportunity to introduce to people to the beautiful and talented Arabian horse. Dates and Times for tours will be posted closer to the event. Want to help out with a tour? Contact youth@arabianhorses.org.

Sport Horse Nationals Annual Exhibitor Dinner Monday Evening, September 4, Time TBA.

Open Barn Night

Thursday, September 7 at 7 PM Bring some food, share with others! Sign up is in the Omnibus.

Wine & Cheese Party

Make your final bids on the Silent Auction items! Saturday, September 9, Time TBA.

PLUS:

Youth Raffle, Benefiting AHYA

Drawing to occur at U.S. Nationals. Raffle tickets can be purchased at the AHYA booth throughout the show. *Events may be canceled or times and dates changed prior to event. Please check the Sport Horse Nationals Show Program for a current list of activities.

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The Exhibitor’s

GUIDE to

Raleigh Sport Horse Nationals

September 5–10, 2017 • Gov. James B. Hunt Jr. Horse Complex

Where to Eat

Hillsborough Street District (www.hillsboroughstreet.org) stretches from the fairgrounds area through NC State University Campus to Downtown Raleigh. Hillsborough Street has a wonderful vibe to it and offers some eclectic culinary options including these: • Neomonde Bakery - Founded 30 years ago by brothers who came to America from the mountainous region of northern Lebanon, Neomonde has a spirit all its own. Fine breads, Mediterranean foods, fun grocery and an outdoor dining space makes this restaurant a can’t miss choice! The Beryl Road location is just minutes from the Hunt Horse Complex. www.neomonde.com • Irregardless Café - Since 1975, Irregardless Café & Catering has served fresh food & live music for carnivores, vegans & vegetarians. 10-15 minutes from your event. Make sure you plan to check it out! www.irregardless.com • Mitch’s Tavern - Paneled in dark wood, this comfy retreat is a great spot after a long day of classes across the street at NC State, or for meeting up after work or softball. Come as you are--you’ll fit in just fine. And as for that sense of deja vu? Kevin Costner and Tim Robbins drank here in “Bull Durham.” The laid-back atmosphere is accompanied by a good selection of beers and a full bar. 10-15 minutes from your event. http://mitchstavern.com Cameron Village (www.shopcameronvillage.com) - From the beginning, Cameron Village was designed around the needs of its customers. Located in a neighborhood that was Raleigh’s first planned community, it’s only 15 minutes from the Hunt Horse Complex. Unlike today’s cookie-cutter malls, our tree-lined walks, one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants and cafes welcome people to a ‘living experience’ reflecting a simpler time. Our favorite dining options here include: • Brixx Pizza - Is a restaurant that applies fine dining technizues to a casual, everyday atmosphere. Their brick ovens enhance the natural flavors of quality ingredients, giving their pizzas an amazing, wood-fired taste. This is a restaurant the whole family can enjoy. https://www.facebook.com/ BrixxCameronVillage/ • Tupelo Honey Café Raleigh - The newest of the dining options, you’ll love the made-from-scratch comfort foods! https://tupelohoneycafe. com/location/raleigh • Cameron Bar and Grill - is located in the heart of historic Cameron Village and serves lunch, dinner and late night menus. Guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor seating. Antique photos of Cameron Village adorn the walls, creating a warm atmosphere that plays into the restaurant’s 1950s nostalgic look and feel. The food is straightforward American cuisine, paying homage to popular traditional dishes from across the United States. www.cameronbarandgrill.com

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Crabtree Valley Mall (https://www.crabtree-valley-mall.com) describes itself as “when all you want is everything!” Great shopping and great dining are found in this area located about 20 minutes from the Hunt Horse Complex and just off Raleigh’s Beltline. You can satisfy almost any taste in the mall food court area, but try these Raleigh favorites if you want great steak or seafood: • Kanki House of Steak and Sushi - this is food and entertainment all in one! http://kanki.com • McCormick & Schmicks - awesome seafood and steaks in an upscale casual atmosphere. www.mccormickandschmicks.com/locations/raleigh-northcarolina/glenwoodave.aspx • Angus Barn - located 10 minutes beyond the mall but in the same neighborhood, this is where Raleigh goes to celebrate! Don’t be confused by the name, this is fine dining! http://angusbarn.com North Hills (http://visitnorthhills.com/) is an outdoor shopping area located in the Midtown area of Raleigh about 20 minutes from the Hunt Horse Complex and off the Beltline. The arena includes a mixed-use development of nearby stores, restaurants, entertainment, commercial offices, as well as residential living. The Commons area frequently features events such as live concerts, festivals, and a farmers’ market. Here are some wonderful dining options: • Mura - Specializing in flavorful Japanese cuisine and one-of-a-kind sushi rolls, Mura has been one of North Hill’s most popular restaurants since opening in 2005. http://visitnorthhills.com • King’s Bowl of North Hills - For a unique evening of fun and food, try King’s. Combining the fun and escape of bowling at it’s heyday in the 1950′s and 1960′s (considered to be the golden age of bowling), KINGS’ design and decor capture the nostalgic feeling while adding modern twists to everything we do. This place creates a unique and memorable entertainment experience by emphasizing good food, cold beer, creative cocktails, cutting edge technology, and great music. https://www.kingsbowlamerica.com/raleigh

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October 20–28, 2017

Tulsa Expo Square | Tulsa, OK

U.S. NAT’LS

UNITED STATES

NATIONALS

51stANNUAL

NEW FOR 2017!

All Halter Classes will award a Champion, Reserve Champion and a Top Ten. For both Arabian & HA/AA: Reining: Rookie has been changed to AATR Limited Open has been changed to Intermediate Trail: Select Trail will run as separate classes Cross entry will not be permitted into any other trail class with the exception of Futurity Trail Showmanship & Horsemanship have been split into 19 – 49 & 50 & Over For updates and event news follow us on Twitter @AHAArabian, #ahaUSNL17 Omnibus | 2017 | ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION

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October 20-28, 2017 • Tulsa Expo Square Things To Do The Linde Oktoberfest: The 2016 Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa will take place October 19-22, 2017! Linde Oktoberfest is located at River West Festival Park, 2100 S. Jackson Ave. in Tulsa, OK 74107. As one of Tulsa’s most celebrated festivals, Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa has a long and storied history of providing authentic German food, drink, and fun to generations of Oklahomans. What’s not to like about bratwurst, the Chicken Dance, the Dachshund Dash, German beers, Bavarian cheesecake, great music, and thousands of your friends, all together in one place? www.tulsaoktoberfest.org The Brady Arts District: The Brady Arts District is a diverse, culturally robust district in Downtown Tulsa. Grown from an historic oil-rich past with icons, including the Brady Theater and Cain’s Ballroom, the District has evolved over time to become a creative, community-driven engine of the Tulsa economy. With a variety of retail and service shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, galleries, museums, parks, private businesses, and historic music venues we welcome you to Arrive Early and Stay Late in the Brady Arts District! www.thebradyartsdistrict.com Gilcrease Museum: The museum houses the world’s largest, most comprehensive collection of art of the American West, as well as a growing collection of art and artifacts from Central and South America. http://gilcrease.org Philbrook Museum of Art: The vision first made possible by Waite and Genevieve Phillips is now one of America’s finest art museums. www.philbrook.org

Shopping Utica Square: Over the years, Utica Square has earned the reputation as the area’s finest shopping center. A dynamic mixture of quality stores and restaurants in an elegant outdoor setting has made this unique destination a hometown treasure. East 21st St. and South Utica Avenue. www.uticasquare.com Woodland Hills Mall: 71st St. and South Memorial Drive. www.simon.com/malI/woodland-hills-mall

Dining Blue Dome District: www.bluedomedistrict.com The Brady Arts District: The Brady Arts District is a diverse, culturally robust district in Downtown Tulsa. Grown from a historic oil-rich past with icons including the Brady Theater and Cain’s Ballroom, the District has evolved over time to become a creative, community-driven engine of the Tulsa economy. With a variety of retail and service shops, restaurants, bars, clubs, galleries, museums, parks, private businesses, and historic music venues we welcome you to Arrive Early and Stay Late in the Brady Arts District! www.thebradyartsdistrict.com Cherry Street: The section of 15th Street between Utica and Peoria is known locally as “Cherry Street” and boasts many of Tulsa’s most popular restaurants and bars. http://www.urbanspoon.com/n/58/5807/ TulsaICherry-Street-restaurants Brookside: Located along South Peoria Avenue from 3rd to 41st streets. www.brooksidetheplacetobe.com Utica Square: East 21st St. and South Utica Avenue. www.uticasquare.com

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Fee Schedule SHOW OFFICE INFORMATION

ENTRY FEES:

Class Entry Fees:......................................................... $200 Halter Futurity 3 year old payment...............................$100 ABS AAOTR Jackpot Fee............................................. $500 5 Judge Fee.................................................................. $50 Cattle Fees .......................................................$100 - $225 Cutting Jackpot Fee ........................................ $200 - $375 Education/Evaluation Fee (Res. 9-90 per horse) ........... $20 Failure to Close Open Show Accounts..........................$100 Late Class Post Fee......................................................$100 Late Rider Change Fee ................................................. $50 Office Fee (per horse) ..................................................$100 Post Entry Fee (per horse) ............................... $500/$1500 Scoring (per horse) ........................................................$15 Scratch Fee (if not filed in office, per class) ................ $200 USEF Fee per horse ($8 drug, $8 administration) ..........$16 USEF Show Pass (USEF Non-member per person) ........ $30

STALL FEES:

*Please DO NOT split cost of tack stalls on your entry form Horse Stall (each) ....................................................... $300 Tack Stall (each) ......................................................... $300 Turn Back Stalls for cutting exhibitors only (each)........$150 Early Stalling (Price varies depending on arrival date) .$20, $50, $100 To avoid double billing please do not include early/late stabling with your entry Warm Up’s are Horse/Rider combination Sign up in show office Warm Up Cattle runs (each) .......................................... $60 Warm Up Trail or Reining (each go) .............................. $20

U.S. NAT’LS

OPTIONAL ITEMS:

Private Farrier Permit Fee .........................................$1250 Private Veterinarian Permit Fee ............................... $2500 Massage Therapist/Chiropractor/Acupuncturist Fee ... $500 Shavings per bag ........................................................... $9 Souvenir Show Program ................................................$10 *Every Owner will receive a free show program with their entries*

Phone & Fax will be available during the hours stated below. Tuesday - Thursday, October 17 - 19.............................. 8:30 am – 5:30 pm Friday - Saturday, October 20 - 28..........................7 am - 30 minutes after conclusion of last class

FACILITY SHIPPING INFORMATION

Tulsa Expo Square Attn: Arabian US Nationals (Include Exhibitor/Vender/Stable Name) 4145 E. 21st St. Tulsa, OK 74114 918-744-1113 x 2151 Packages sent to the horse show will only be accepted October 17 – 27 Neither AHA nor Expo Square is responsible for lost or stolen packages. All packages must be picked up at the maintenance building (on the north side of the facility) and no packages will be delivered to the show office.  Please note that the maintenance building is NOT open on Saturday or Sunday for delivery or pick up.

ATTENTION EXHIBITORS!

Remember to pick up your Awards. The Awards Room will be open for one hour after classes each day.

EVENT SPONSORSHIP/PARTICIPATION:

Arena Sign (Video Side).............................................. $750 Arena Sign (Non-Video Side)....................................... $500 Class Sponsorship ...................................................... $300 Farm/Regional Flag..................................................... $250 For Patronships please see patron form, Sponsorship varies. Call AHA (303) 696-4500 or email Kelsey.Berglund@ ArabianHorses.org for sponsorship opportunities.

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Entry Deadlines and Show Officials ENTRY DEADLINES:

By Tuesday, August 29 midnight (MT)...............................................................................................................................................No penalty Between August 30 and September 19 midnight (MT) If qualified for the FIRST TIME...........................................................................................................................................................No penalty If qualified prior to August 29 (for any class including program classes or classes that do not require qualifications) New horse ............................................................................................................................................................. $500 post fee per horse Added class.......................................................................................................................................................................... $100 per horse

September 19, Midnight (MT)................................................................................................. Stall Request due at the AHA Office Between September 20 and October 17, 5 pm....................... $1500 courtesy post fee per horse (regardless of when qualified) After Friday October 13, noon (MT)..................................................................................... Hand carry entries to the show office After Tuesday October 17, 5 pm. ...................................................................................... NO additional entries will be accepted

SHOW COMMISSION

Lance Walters, Chair................ New York......................... (315) 567-1118 Glen True, Vice Chair................ Missouri........................ (816) 223-7496 Bill Hughes.............................. California ......................(909) 322-7627 Angela O’Neill........................... Missouri........................ (816) 678-6298 Dave Daugherty...........................Ohio........................... (614) 989-2385 Tague Johnson...................... Washington.................... (425) 239-2300

JUDGES

The management reserves the right to vary or add to this list

HALTER

Dick Adams (A) – Arizona DeDe Bisch (B) – Arizona Donnie Bullock (D) – Virgina

SHOW COMMISSION CAN BE CONTACTED AT:

FORD ARENA JUDGES

OFFICIALS

REINING/COW

Arabian Horse Association 10805 E. Bethany Drive Aurora, CO 80014-2605 (303) 696-4500 phone (303) 696-4599 fax USNSC@arabianhorses.org www.ArabianHorses.org

Cindi Brown - Oklahoma M 1 Abby Cosenza – Arizona M 2 Bill Enk – California M 3 Karen McQuistion – Oklahoma M 4 Alan Mitchels – Indiana M 5

TRAIL/SHOWMANSHIP/HORSEMANSHIP

U.S. NAT’LS

Show Manager............................................................... Angela O’Neill Event Coordinator............................ Kelsey Berglund (720) 648-9220 Kelsey.Berglund@ArabianHorses.org Show Secretary............................ Marlene Kriegbaum (303) 696-4501 Marlene.Kriegbaum@ArabianHorses.org USEF Stewards................................Patricia Ann Hough – Graham, WA Patty Jean Lebon - Monroe, WA Adele Maurer (Lead) – Fallbrook, CA Frances Newsom – Alvin, TX TBA USEF Night Stewards..............................Robert Obermiller – Starr, SC TBA Barn Manager........................................................................ Glen True (816) 318-8587 or (816) 223-7496 (cell) Veterinarians..................................................................Equine Athlete Dr. Brad Hill and Dr. Ty Wallis (317) 564-3258 24 Hour Emergency Vet...........................Sapulpa Veterinary Hospital (918) 224-6867 Trail Course Designer....................................................... Robert Dehn Music Provider................................................................................TBA APAHA Contacts...............................Mary Jane Brown (503) 539-3763 beetrainin@aol.com John Ryan (609) 558-4616 cjmryan@aol.com

Greg Gallun (G) – California Terry Holmes (H) – Arizona Karen Homer-Brown (B) – Kentucky Lewis McKim (M) – British Columbia Joyce Thomas (T) – Washington Richard Wright (W) – Illinois Ford Arena judging panels will rotate using the 6 judges listed above

Kelly Alcorn - Virginia T 1 Cathy Callahan-Smith - California-T 2 Ann Judge – Colorado T 3 Cindy Reich – Colorado T4 TBA – T 5 Three of the above judges will be selected to judge Showmanship & Horsemanship

CUTTING

Jon Strain – New Mexico (C) These judges were selected by the Judges and Stewards Selection Committee.

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Class List

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Class

2017 U.S. National Class List

Judge/Panel Additional TOTAL Fee Class Fee Per Class

BREEDING & GELDING IN-HAND

TOTAL FEES Per Class includes all additional class fees

* 971 * 1015 * 1016 * 973 * 974 5 *2088 11 12 18 * 2086 23 24 3053

Arabian Yearling Filly Breeders Sweepstakes CH Arabian Yearling Colt Breeders Sweepstakes CH Arabian Yearling Gelding In Hand Breeders Sweepstakes CH HA/AA Yearling Filly Breeders Sweepstakes CH HA/AA Yearling Colts/Geldings Breeders Sweepstakes CH Arabian Mare Breeding 3 & Over AAOTH CH Arabian 2 Year Old Filly Breeding Arabian Jr Filly Breeding 3 – 5 Yrs. Old CH Arabian Sr Mare Breeding 6 & Over CH Arabian Stallion Breeding 3 & Over AAOTH CH Arabian 2 Year Old Colt Breeding CH Arabian Jr Colt Breeding 3 – 5 Yrs. Old CH Arabian Sr Stallion Breeding 6 & Over CH Arabian Yearling Gelding AAOTH Champ

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HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Saddle/Pleasure 3 & Over AAOTH CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Stock/Hunter 3 & Over AAOTH CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand 2 Year Old CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Saddle/Pleasure 3 & Over CH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand Stock/Hunter 3 & Over CH

30 * 2087 3071 3075 410 414 * 3084 3076 3077

Arabian Gelding In-Hand 3 & Over AAOTH CH Arabian 2 Year Old Gelding In-Hand CH Arabian Jr Gelding In-Hand 3 – 5 Yrs. Old CH Arabian Sr Gelding In-Hand 6 & Over CH HA/AA Mare Breeding 3 & Over Saddle/Pleasure AAOTH CH HA/AA Mare Breeding 3 & Over Stock/Hunter AAOTH CH HA/AA 2 Year Old Filly Breeding CH HA/AA Mare Breeding 3 & Over Saddle/Pleasure CH HA/AA Mare Breeding 3 & Over Stock/Hunter CH

HALTER FUTURITY

U.S. NAT’LS

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PARK

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Arabian Futurity Filly Breeding Arabian Futurity Colt Breeding Arabian Futurity Gelding In-Hand HA/AA Futurity Filly Breeding HA/AA Futurity Gelding In-Hand Arabian Park Horse CH Arabian Park Horse AAOTR CH HA/AA Park Horse CH HA/AA Park Horse AAOTR CH

ENGLISH PLEASURE 76 2105 79 * 91 516 2143 519 * 532

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Arabian English Pleasure CH Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH Arabian English Pleasure Junior Horse CH HA/AA English Pleasure CH HA/AA English Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 39 CH HA/AA English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over CH HA/AA English Pleasure Junior Horse CH

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B,A,D A,D,B B,A,D D,B,A A,D,B B,A,D D,B,A A,D,B B,A,D D,B,A A,D,B B,A,D D,B,A A,D,B

B,A,D A,D,B D,B,A A,D,B B,A,D

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W,B,H B,W,M W,B,G B,H,M B,W,H B,T,G H,M.G W,B,G B,H,W G,T,W M,B,W W.B,M

$300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

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COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE

96 2111 1651 1652 *112 1168 541 2149 1681 1682 *557 1172

Arabian Country English Pleasure CH Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 35 CH Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR 36 - 54 CH Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over CH Arabian Country English Pleasure Junior Horse CH Arabian Country English Pleasure Select AATR CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 35 CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 36 - 54 CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure Junior Horse CH HA/AA Country English Pleasure Select AATR CH

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

W,G,H B,M,H H,T,G M,G,W B,H,W M,G,T G,W,H B,M,T H,G,W M,B,T M,W,B T,H,G

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Arabian Hunter Pleasure CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 35 CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 36 - 54 CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR JR Horse CH Arabian Hunter Pleasure Select AATR CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 35 CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 36 - 54 CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR JR Horse CH HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Select AATR CH

B,T,H W,M,G G,T,B W,H,M T,G,M H,W,T G,T,W H,B,M T,M,H H,G,W W,G,M M,H,B

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

Arabian Pleasure Driving CH Arabian Pleasure Driving AAOTD CH HA/AA Pleasure Driving CH HA/AA Pleasure Driving AAOTD CH Arabian Country Pleasure Driving CH Arabian Country Pleasure Driving AAOTD CH HA/AA Country Pleasure Driving AAOTD CH HA/AA Country Pleasure Driving CH

W,B,H B,M,W B,W,G H,W,T W,G,B M,B,H G,M,T W,B,H

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

Select Rider may not enter any other Arabian or HA/AA Country English Pl class EXCEPT for Country English PL AAOTR Maturity and ABS Country English PL AAOTR Jackpot

191 2124 1661 1662 * 205 1166 621 2162 642 643 * 637 1170

Arabian Western Pleasure CH Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 35 CH Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 36 - 54 CH Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over CH Arabian Western Pleasure Junior Horse CH Arabian Western Pleasure Select AATR CH HA/AA Western Pleasure CH HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 35 CH HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 36 - 54 CH HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over CH HA/AA Western Pleasure Junior Horse CH HA/AA Western Pleasure Select AATR CH

Select Rider may not enter any other Arabian or HA/AA Western Pl class EXCEPT for Western PL AAOTR Maturity and ABS Western PL AAOTR Jackpot

HUNTER PLEASURE

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291 2134 1671 1672 306 1169 734 2172 673 674 749 1173

DRIVING

117 120 562 565 131 134 574 576

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H,B.W M,G,T H,B,W G,T,H M,B,W T,H,G B,H,G M,W,T G,H,M T,B,H W,B,M H,T,G

WESTERN PLEASURE

Judge/Panel Additional TOTAL Fee Class Fee Per Class

Select Rider may not enter any other Arabian or HA/AA Hunter Pleasure class EXCEPT for Hunter Pleasure AAOTR Maturity and ABS Hunter Pleasure AAOTR Jackpot

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NATIVE COSTUME

151 154 591 1190

Arabian Mounted Native Costume CH Arabian Mounted Native Costume AAOTR CH HA/AA Mounted Native Costume CH HA/AA Mounted Native Costume AAOTR CH

SIDE SADDLE

168 1188 173 1189 608 617 613 618

Arabian Ladies Side Saddle English CH Arabian Ladies Side Saddle English AAOTR CH Arabian Ladies Side Saddle Western CH Arabian Ladies Side Saddle Western AAOTR CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle English CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle English AAOTR CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle Western CH HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle Western AAOTR CH

ENGLISH SHOW HACK

316 319 755 758

TRAIL

Arabian English Show Hack CH Arabian English Show Hack AAOTR CH HA/AA English Show Hack CH HA/AA English Show Hack AAOTR CH

Judge/Panel Additional TOTAL Fee Class Fee Per Class T,M,W W,H,B B,G,T M,B,W

$200 $200 $200 $200

T,W,M B,G,H G,H,W W,M,T W,T,M T,G,H M,H,B B,W,M

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

W,T,M M,G,T T,W,H B,G,M

$200 $200 $200 $200

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(All Trail Classes will have 2 go’s regardless of the number of entries.) 180 Arabian English Trail Horse Open CH T 1 2045 Arabian English Trail Horse AAOTR CH T 2 211 Arabian Western Trail Horse CH T 3 214 Arabian Western Trail Horse AAOTR CH T 5 220 Arabian Western Trail Junior Horse CH ** T 4 1541 Arabian Western Trail Horse AATR Select CH T 1 692 HA/AA English Trail Horse Open CH T 2 3000 HA/AA English Trail Horse AAOTR CH T 1 646 HA/AA Western Trail Horse CH T 5 649 HA/AA Western Trail Horse AAOTR CH T 3 655 HA/AA Western Trail Junior Horse CH** T 4 1894 HA/AA Western Trail Horse AATR Select CH T 5

REINING

Select Trail Riders may NOT cross enter into Arabian or HA/AA Trail Class with the exception of Trail Futurity

$250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250

Reining Non-Pro Classes will be held concurrently with their corresponding AAOTR Reining classes. # Reining Intermediate Open and Reining Open Derby will run concurrently with their corresponding Open Reining classes. 226 Arabian Reining Horse CH # M 1 J5 1747 Arabian Reining Horse Intermediate Open # M 1 J5 229 Arabian Reining Horse AAOTR CH M 2 J5 377 Arabian Reining Intermediate Non-Pro AAOTR CH*** M 2 J5 378 Arabian Reining Limited Non-Pro AAOTR CH*** M 2 J5 379 Arabian Reining Primetime Non-Pro AAOTR CH*** M 2 J5 1441 Arabian Reining Rookie Non-Pro AATH CH*** M 2 J5

$250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250

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$250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $250

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Arabian Reining Junior Horse CH** HA/AA Reining Horse CH # HA/AA Reining Horse Intermediate Open CH # HA/AA Reining Horse AAOTR CH HA/AA Reining Intermediate Non-Pro AAOTR CH*** HA/AA Reining Limited Non-Pro AAOTR CH*** HA/AA Reining Primetime Non-Pro AAOTR CH*** HA/AA Reining Rookie Non-Pro AATR CH***

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Rookie rider may not enter into either the Intermediate AAOTR or Limited AAOTR

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REINED COW

260 1198 1135 705 1199 1136

Arabian Reined Cow Horse CH Arabian Reined Cow Horse AATR CH Arabian Limited Reined Cow Horse AATR CH HA/AA Reined Cow Horse CH HA/AA Reined Cow Horse AATR CH HA/AA Limited Reined Cow Horse AATR CH

M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M1

C1 & J5 C1 & J5 C2 & J5 C1 & J5 C1 & J5 C2 & J5

$350 $350 $330 $350 $350 $330

M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M1

C1 & J5 C1 & J5 C1 & J5 C1 & J5 C1 & J5 C1 & J5

$350 $350 $350 $350 $350 $350

Arabian Herd Work CH Arabian Herd Work AATR CH HA/AA Herd Work CH HA/AA Herd Work AATR CH

M1 M2 M3 M4

C1 & J5 C1 & J5 C1 & J5 C1 & J5

$350 $350 $350 $350

Arabian Cutting Open CH Arabian Cutting Non-Pro CH Arabian Cutting $5,000 Novice Horse CH Arabian Cutting Junior Horse CH** % HA/AA Cutting CH HA/AA Cutting Non Pro CH HA/AA Novice Cutting CH HA/AA Cutting Junior Horse CH** %

C C C C C C C C

C3 &J $375 C3 &J $300 C3 &J $300 C3 &J $300 C3 &J $375 C3 &J $300 C3 &J $300 C3 &J $300

$800 $725 $725 $725 $800 $725 $725 $725

WORKING COW

251 254 259 686 1197 1921

Arabian Working Cow Horse CH Arabian Working Cow Horse AAOTR CH Arabian Working Cow Junior Horse CH** % HA/AA Working Cow Horse CH HA/AA Working Cow Horse AAOTR CH HA/AA Working Cow Junior Horse CH** %

% If you enter both the Jr Horse and Futurity Working Cow only 1 cattle fee of $100 is due for both classes

HERD WORK

1451 1456 1461 1466

CUTTING

242 244 246 586 680 681 682 587

Judge/Panel Additional TOTAL Fee Class Fee Per Class

% If you enter both the Jr Horse and Futurity Cutting only 1 cattle fee of $225 is due for both classes

PERFORMANCE FUTURITY AND MATURITY

U.S. NAT’LS

*All Performance Futurity and Maturity Classes require; 1. Nomination form AND 2. A US Nationals official entry form to be submitted to AHA

CROSS ENTRY INTO THE CORRESPONDING OPEN CLASS IS PROHIBITED. Refer to the AHA handbook PERF 102.1 EXCEPTION – 6 year old Country English Pleasure horses, if qualified, MAY cross enter into the corresponding Open class. 262 Arabian Working Cow Futurity % M 3 C1 $300 D 1923 HA/AA Working Cow Futurity M 1 C1 $300

% If you enter both the Jr Horse and Futurity for Working Cow only 1 $100 cattle fee is due for both classes

989 D 1019

Arabian Cutting – Futurity % HA/AA Cutting- Futurity

C C

C3 C3

984 1386 D 1007 D 1387 D 1056 982 1030 983

Arabian Reining Horse Futurity 5 & Under** Arabian Reining Horse Open Derby # HA/AA Reining Horse Futurity 5 & Under** HA/AA Reining Horse Open Derby # A/HA/AA Trail Horse Futurity 5 & Under ** Arabian English Pleasure Futurity Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR Maturity Arabian Western Pleasure Futurity

M 3 J5 M 1 J5 M 1 J5 M 4 J5 T 4 J5 H,W,M G,T,B G,H,W

$425 $425

% If you enter both the Jr Horse and Futurity for Cutting only 1 $225 cattle fee is due for both classes

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$250 $250 $250 $250 $250 $200 $200 $200

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Class List

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1031 985 1033 1060 1034 D 986 D 1035 D 987 D 1036 D 988 D 1037 D 1061 D 1038

Class

Judge/Panel Additional TOTAL Fee Class Fee Per Class

Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR Maturity Arabian Hunter Pleasure Futurity Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR Maturity Arabian Country English Pleasure Futurity Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR Maturity HA/AA English Pleasure Futurity HA/AA English Pleasure AAOTR Maturity HA/AA Western Pleasure Futurity HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR Maturity HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Futurity HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR Maturity HA/AA Country English Pleasure Futurity HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR Maturity

B,M,T T,W,M H,G,B W,B,M H,G,T M,B,W G,H,T H,M,W G,B,T T,B,W W,M,H W,G,B M,H,T

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

ABS PERFORMANCE JACKPOT

1665 1669 1659 1683 1629 1673

MISC

1509 1510 2190 2191

*Must be sweepstakes breeding entries. Jackpot riders may cross enter into Maturity AAOTR and Select Rider classes

ABS Arabian Country English Pleasure AAOTR Jackpot ABS Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR Jackpot ABS Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR Jackpot ABS HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR Jackpot ABS HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR Jackpot ABS HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR Jackpot

M,W,H T,G,B W,H,M M,H,T M,T,B B,G,H

J $500 J $500 J $500 J $500 J $500 J $500

Showmanship AATH 19 – 49 CH Showmanship AATH 50 & Over CH Western Horsemanship AATR19 – 49 CH Western Horsemanship AATR 50 & Over CH

3 from T 3 from T 3 from T 3 from T

$700 $700 $700 $700 $700 $700

$200 $200 $200 $200

AEPA/AWPA FUTURITIES

U.S. NAT’LS

699 D 690 1260 D 1323

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AEPA and AWPA Classes require; 1. Nomination form submitted to AEPA or AWPA AND 2. A US Nationals official entry form submitted to AHA

AEPA Arabian Horse Times $100,000 Arabian English Pleasure Futurity AEPA Halcon Furniture $50,000 Half-Arabian English Pleasure Futurity AWPA Arabian Horse World $100,000 Arabian Western Pleasure Futurity AWPA C Jarvis Insurance $50,000 Half-Arabian Western Pleasure Futurity

G,H,W (B,T) G,H,W (B,T) (H,G,B,T,W) J5 (W,T,B,H,G) J5

$200 $200 $250 $250

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RULES & INFORMATION Please also refer to General Rules for All Shows Pages 6–16 ENTRIES

See “Entry Information” in the General Rules for what is considered a complete entry. All entries must be complete or they will be returned. If the returned entry form is not completed and received by the closing date, it will be considered a post entry. Online entries will be available until midnight (MT) August 29, 2017. For hard copy entries either fax, mail or email your entries – DO NOT submit your entry by more than one method or your credit card may get charged twice. Faxed entries MUST include a cover sheet listing all entries and number of pages in the fax. All entries must be paid in full when submitted. Blank checks will be filled out by the AHA office for the amount due. UNREGISTERED HORSES:

All Horses must have a certificate of registration when entering any National Show. Pending registrations must be completed by the closing date of each National show or a post entry fee will be charged. Horses qualified after August 29, must provide a Verification of Qualification Form signed by the show secretary.

U.S. NAT’LS

ENTRY DEADLINES:

By Tuesday, August 29 Midnight (MT).....................No penalty Between August 30 and September 19 Midnight (MT) If qualified for the FIRST TIME.................................No penalty If qualified prior to August 29 (for any class including program classes or classes that do not require qualifications) New horse ................................. $500 Post fee per horse Added class.......................$100 Late class fee per horse September 19, Midnight (MT).......................Stall Requests due in the AHA Office Between September 20 to October 17, 5 pm ............$1500 courtesy post fee per horse (regardless of when qualified) After Friday October 13, noon (MT)..........................Hand carry entries to the show office After Tuesday October 17, 5 pm.........................NO additional entries will be accepted

ENTRY REFUNDS

All fees, except the office fees, will be refunded with a veterinarian certificate received at the AHA office no later than 40 days prior to the first day of the show. Only the class entry fees, 9-90 fee, USEF fees, EC fees will be refunded, with a veterinarian certificate postmarked between 40 days and 15 days prior to the first day of the show. No fees will be refunded for requests received at the AHA office between 14 days and the completion of the show.

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SHOW ACCOUNTS

All exhibitors will be required to leave an open check or credit card, separate from their entries at check-in, before show numbers will be released, to cover any fines or penalties incurred at the show All open accounts must be settled and closed before the closing of the Show Office, Saturday October 28. Show accounts not closed out by the end of the show will be assessed a Failure to Close Out fee of $100.

ARENA SIGNS

Arena signage may be purchased using the form included in this Prize List. Arena Signage space is limited, and will be sold first come, first served. AHA will produce the arena signs as follows: one 3’ x 8’ sign. Artwork for the signs must be e-mailed to Kelsey. Berglund@ArabianHorses.org or mailed on CD to AHA and received by September 1, 2017. Artwork must be in .jpg or .pdf format. AHA is not liable for exact color match. Artwork must be laid out so that it will fit on a 3’ x 8’ horizontal sign. Please see the form or call AHA at (303) 696-4541 for more information.

AWARDS

The awards room will be open for your convenience October 20 - 28, from 8 am until ½ hour after classes end. All awards not claimed by the close of the show will be forfeited with no exceptions. Top Ten Awards will be made regardless of the number of competing entries. However, only awards made to the top 50% (rounded up not to exceed 10 awards) will AHA Horse Achievement Award Points, Amateur Achievement Award Points, High Point Horse Achievement Award, and High Point Amateur Achievement Award points. Champion and Reserve Champion will NOT receive Top Ten Plaques. Champion and Reserve Champion may purchase a plaque if they wish to do so in the Awards Room for $100. Duplicate Awards will be for sale in the Awards Room. Champion and Reserve Champion Trophy $450, and Top Ten Plaque $100. In A/B Sections, section ribbons will be awarded.

PRIZE MONEY

ARABIAN BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES JACKPOT CLASSES Six Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes AAO Jackpot events will be held at U.S. Nationals in which each competitor will contribute to a prize money jackpot ($500), and the Sweepstakes Program will add $15,000 to each of the six purses. The events will be for Arabian and Half-Arabian/ Anglo-Arabian Adult Amateur Owners and will consist of; Western Pleasure AAOTR, Country Pleasure AAOTR and Hunter Pleasure AAOTR. Sweepstakes prize money and the additional Jackpot prize money will be awarded 20% to the Champion, 10% to the Reserve Champion, and 8.75% to each of the remaining Top Ten. Any Jackpot prize money not distributed shall be equally divided among all placings. Sweepstakes prize money not awarded will be retained in the Sweepstakes principal fund. The 50% rule does not apply to these classes. CUTTING CLASSES The Jackpot Fee for each Cutting class makes up the Cutting prize money pot. In Addition $5,000 will be added to the Jackpot. For prize money payments please see the AHA Handbook (Comp706.20)

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RULES & INFORMATION The following classes will receive prize money for 2017: 64 Arabian Park Horse AAOTR 79 Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR 40 & Over 254 Arabian working Cow Horse AAOTR 319 Arabian English Show Hack AAOTR 379 Arabian Reining Primetime Non-Pro AAOTR 383 HA/AA Reining Primetime Non-Pro AAOTR 617 HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle AAOTR 674 HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over 1197 HA/AA Working Cow AAOTR 1651 Arabian Country English Pleasure AATOR 36 – 54 1662 Arabian Western Pleasure AAOTR 55 & Over 1672 Arabian Hunter Pleasure AAOTR 5 & Over 1681 HA/AA Country English Pleasure AAOTR 36 – 54 2143 HA/AA English Pleasure AAOTR 19 – 39 2162 HA/AA Western Pleasure AAOTR 19 - 35

CAMPER & HOUSE TRAILER FACILITIES

Camper and trailer hook-ups are available on a reservations basis through Tulsa Expo Square at (918) 744-1113 ext. 2154. Reservations are encouraged. If reservations are not made, spaces are on a first come, first serve basis.

CLASS INFORMATION & SPECS

New for 2017! Sections will be posted by the show office one day ahead of the scheduled class. ARABIAN BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES JACKPOT CLASSES

These events will be for horses 6 years of age and older and are open to horses who have been nominated as Breeding Entries.

ABS COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE AAOTR JACKPOT

Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Country English Pleasure AAOTR.

ABS HUNTER PLEASURE AAOTR JACKPOT

Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Hunter Pleasure AAOTR.

U.S. NAT’LS

DESIGNATED SWEEPSTAKES CLASSES Sweepstakes Prize Money is available in designated Sweepstakes classes. The 50% rule is in effect for all designated Sweepstakes classes with the exception of the Yearling Breeding/In-Hand classes and the ABS AAOTR Jackpot Classes. The Yearling Breeding/In-Hand classes and the ABS AAOTR Jackpot Classes will be the only classes in which Sweepstakes Breeding Entries will pay all Top Ten places. The Sweepstakes Commission reserves the right to pay the dollar amounts printed in the online version of the AHA Handbook in the event the incorrect dollar amount is announced or presented in center ring. Any and all disputes which arise regarding the Sweepstakes program will be presented to the Sweepstakes Commission for resolution and their determination will be final. $5,000 Sweepstakes prize money will be paid to the Breeder/Nominator of the Champion of the AEPA & AWPA Arabian Futurity and $3,500 Sweepstakes bonus be paid to the Breeder/ Nominator of the Champion of the AEPA & AWPA Half-Arabian Futurity if and only if the champion is enrolled as a valid Breeding Entry in the Arabian Breeders Sweepstakes Program. NATIONAL FUTURITY BREEDING/IN-HAND Original nomination fees will be divided equally between the filly, colt and gelding classes. The re-nomination fees and show entry fees will go into the jackpot of the class in which the nominee will show. Prize money for each class will be divided as follows: 25% will be paid to the Champion and 15% to the Reserve Champion, remaining Top Ten will receive 7.5%. In Halter Futurities, a full Top Ten will be awarded. Any prize money not distributed shall be equally divided amongst all placings. Futurity class entries at the national level may show in any national class, breeding/in-hand or performance, if eligible. (Refer to current AHA Handbook). NATIONAL Refer to all applicable rules in the current AHA Handbook. For Performance Futurities/Maturities the 50% of class rule applies. If fewer than 19 horses are in the class, 50% of the class, rounded up, will be eligible for Performance Futurity/Maturity payback. The nomination fees will go into the prize money for that class. Nomination fees not designated will be distributed by percent of the number of horses shown in each class. Prize money for each class will be divided as follows: 25% will be paid to the Champion, 15% to the Reserve Champion and 7.5% to each remaining Top Ten. Any remaining Top Ten money will be divided equally between all Top Ten placings. In addition, if a prize money check is issued and not presented for payment by June 30 of the year following the year in which the prize money was won, the prize money shall be forfeited. RANDOM CLASSES Prize money will be paid to 15 AAO classes which were randomly selected. There will be no prize money paid in AAOTH classes. Prize money will be paid in the amount of $2,500 per class. The Champion will receive $1,000. The Reserve Champion will receive $500. The balance of Top Ten will receive $125. Prize money will be paid based on 50% class entry rule. If fewer than 19 horses are in the class, 50% of the class, rounded up, will be eligible for amateur prize money pay back.

ABS WESTERN PLEASURE AAOTR JACKPOT

Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Western Pleasure AAOTR.

AEPA ARABIAN HORSE TIMES $100,000 ARABIAN FUTURITY & AEPA HALCON FURNITURE $50,000 HALFARABIAN FUTURITY

For complete rules, deadlines and information please visit the AEPA web site at http://arabianenglishperformanceassociation.com. The AEPA Arabian and Half-Arabian English Performance Futurities, for 4 year olds, are held each year at the U.S. National Arabian Horse Show. Prize money, and the prize money per class placing, is determined by the AEPA. AHA will award a National Champion, Reserve National Champion, and a Top Ten in the Saddle Seat Futurity Class. To participate in the Futurities the eligible 4 year old owner or agent MUST fill out the AEPA Nomination form and sent to AEPA with full payment. Nomination into the AEPA Futurity Program does not constitute entry into the U.S. National Show. The exhibitor MUST fill out and enter into the show on the official entry form paying all U.S. Nationals fees including a separate class entry fee.

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RULES & INFORMATION An AEPA representative may choose to meet with the riders at the U.S. National Show prior to one or both sections of the Futurity class. During this meeting the AEPA representative will advise the riders of class procedures, rules, and how the horses are to be presented.

AWPA ARABIAN HORSE WORLD $100,000 ARABIAN FUTURITY & AWPA C JARVIS INSURANCE $50,000 HALF-ARABIAN FUTURITY

For complete rules, deadlines and information on eligibility please visit the AWPA web site at http://arabianwesternpleasure.com The AWPA Arabian and Half-Arabian Western Pleasure Futurities, for 4 year olds, are held each year at the U.S. National Arabian Horse Show. Prize money, and the prize money per class placing, is determined by the AWPA. AHA will award a National Champion, Reserve National Champion, and a Top Ten in the Western Pleasure Futurity Class. To participate in the Futurities the eligible 4 year old owner or agent MUST fill out the AWPA Nomination form and sent to AWPA with full payment. Nomination into the AWPA Futurity Program does not constitute entry into the U.S. National Show. The exhibitor MUST fill out and enter into the show on the official entry form paying all U.S. Nationals fees including a separate class entry fee. An AWPA representative may choose to meet with the riders at the U.S. National Show prior to one or both sections of the Futurity class. During this meeting the AWPA representative will advise the riders of class procedures, rules, and how the horses are to be presented.

U.S. NAT’LS

FUTURITY BREEDING/IN-HAND CLASSES

Nomination into the Futurity Program does not constitute entry into the U.S. National Show. Exhibitors must submit a complete entry form. A comparative final will NOT be held. Depending on the number of entries, the Futurity Breeding/In Hand classes may be divided into sections with no more than 12 in the ring at one time. When all horses and all sections have been judged utilizing the Arabian Scoring System, the score cards will be turned into placings and in turn run through the Majority Opinion System (MOS) to determine the final placings for Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten.

YEARLING BREEDERS SWEEPSTAKES

A comparative final will NOT be held. Depending on the number of entries, the Yearling Breeders Sweepstakes classes may be divided into sections with no more than 12 in the ring at one time. When all horses and all sections have been judged utilizing the Arabian Scoring System, the score cards will be turned into placings and in turn run through the Majority Opinion System (MOS) to determine the final placings for Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten. Yearling Breeding/In Hand classes are open to Sweepstakes nominated horses. To qualify for U.S. Nationals, a Sweepstakes Breeding Entry must have placed as a Top Ten from a Regional Yearling Sweepstakes class. East Coast, Pacific Slopes, Eastern Canadian Breeders and Western Canadian Breeder are NOT qualifying shows.

Arabian YEARLING Gelding AAOTH

Qualifications are waived for 2017 & 2018. Arabian Yearling Gelding In Hand classes AAOTH are open to Non-Sweepstakes and Sweepstakes nominated horses.

ARABIAN 2 YEAR OLD CLASSES

Two year old halter horses are NOT permitted to cross enter into the Amateur Owner to Handle classes (AHA Handbook COMP 1203.1).Â

CONCURRENT CLASSES

The following classes will run concurrently. If entering concurrent classes, both class fees must be paid. Results will be recorded separately and awards will be given for each class. 1. A/HA/AA Trail Futurity, Arabian Trail Junior Horse & HA/AA Trail Junior Horse 2. Cutting Futurity & Cutting Junior Horse 3. Working Cow Futurity & Working Cow Junior Horse 4. Reining Junior Horse & Reining Futurity 5. Reining Open, Intermediate Open, & Reining Derby 6. Reining AAOTR, Intermediate, Limited, Prime Time & Rookie

PERFORMANCE FUTURITY, MATURITY AND DERBY GENERAL RULES

Nomination into the Futurity or Maturity Performance Program does not constitute entry into the U.S. National Show. The exhibitor must submit; 1. A complete entry form and 2. A complete National Performance Futurity/Maturity Enrollment Form, and the form must be signed by the owner/agent/trainer. All horses must have a certificate of registration with AHA, CAHR, or CPAR and possess a current Certificate of Registration in order to enroll in the Performance Futurity/Maturity program. All horses competing in the Half-Arabian Futurities must have parentage DNA verified to a purebred parent on file at the AHA office before they are allowed to compete. Nominations postmarked/electronic transaction date after the original close of U.S. Entries must pay the total nomination fee of $780 ($750 nomination, $30 office fee) plus an additional $750 late fee for each performance class (to be included in the prize money for that particular class). Nominations for the Reining Horse Class and Cutting Futurity Class must pay the total nomination of $1,030 ($1,000 nomination, $30 office fee) plus an additional $1,000 late fee per Reining Class & Cutting Class (to be included in the prize money for that particular class) (BOD 11/09). Nominations are allowed with the additional $750 late fee or the additional $1,000 late fee for the Reining Horse Class & Cutting Class up until the Post Entry Close date of the actual day the show office opens, whichever is later and any additional U.S. National class fees (including post entry fees) must be paid. Substitution of horses is prohibited. All nomination payments are final and non-refundable. Any portion of a nomination payment not postmarked/electronic transaction dated by the due dates above will cause that entry to be considered a late entry. There will be no refund of nomination fee, any portion of a nomination fee or processing fee.

FUTURITY/ JUNIOR HORSE/ MATURITY CLASS SPECS COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE FUTURITY

Open to horses 3 years old and must never have been shown in a bridle. Bridle is defined as any bit that has a shank. Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Country English Pleasure Junior Horses, except entries must be shown in a single snaffle (Refer to AHA Handbook); cavessons are required. A running martingale is optional.

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RULES & INFORMATION COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE MATURITY AAOTR

TRAIL HORSE FUTURITY/JUNIOR HORSE

CUTTING JUNIOR HORSE/FUTURITY

WESTERN PLEASURE FUTURITY

Open to horses between 5 or 6 yrs old. Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Country English Pleasure Junior Horses. Open to horses 5 yrs old & Under Entries to be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the NCHA Rule Book with the below exception. Each exhibitor must pay a class entry fee and cattle fee. If entering both the futurity and junior horse class, both class fees must be paid but only one cattle fee for both classes. a. Horses must be shown in a snaffle or hackamore.

ENGLISH PLEASURE FUTURITY

Open to horses 3 years old and must never have been shown in a bridle. Bridle is defined as any bit that has a shank. Martingales are allowed. Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for English Pleasure Junior Horse, except entries must be shown in a single snaffle (Refer to AHA Handbook); cavessons are required.

ENGLISH PLEASURE MATURITY AAOTR

Open to horses between 5 or 6 yrs old. Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for English Pleasure Junior Horse.

HUNTER PLEASURE FUTURITY

Open to horses 3 years old and must never have been shown in a bridle. Bridle is defined as any bit that has a shank. Entries will be shown and judged under class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Hunter Pleasure Junior Horse, except entries must be shown in a single snaffle (Refer to AHA Handbook); cavessons are required.

HUNTER PLEASURE MATURITY AAOTR

REINING FUTURITY/Junior horse

Open to horses 5 yrs old & Under Entries to be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Reining Junior Horse. Entries must be shown in a snaffle bit or hackamore. Entries in Reining Junior Horse classes who are properly enrolled Sweepstakes horses will be eligible for allocated payback money. All entries will compete in two go rounds. The final results to be based on an accumulative score from both go-rounds.

REINING HORSE DERBY

Entries must be 6 – 8 yrs old. Entries in Reining Derby classes who are properly enrolled Sweepstakes horses will be eligible for allocated payback money. Reining Derby participants may compete in the corresponding Open Reining class. All entries will compete in two go rounds. The final results to be based on an accumulative score from both go-rounds. Entries will be shown and judged under the Open class specifications set forth in the Arabian, Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Reining.

Open to horses 3 years old and must never have been shown in a bridle. Bridle is defined as any bit that has a shank Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Western Pleasure Junior Horse. Entries must be shown in a snaffle bit or hackamore (Refer to AHA Handbook)

WESTERN PLEASURE MATURITY AAOTR

Entries must be 4 or 5 yrs old. Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Western Pleasure Junior Horse.

WORKING COW FUTURITY/JUNIOR HORSE

Open to horses 5 yrs old & Under Entries to be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian division of the USEF rule book. Entries must be shown in a snaffle bit or hackamore. Each exhibitor must pay a class entry fee and cattle fee. If entering both the futurity and junior horse class, both class fees must be paid but only one cattle fee of $100 for both classes. Refer to USEF AR 213 for class procedures. All NRCHA rules regarding patterns, scoring and judging shall apply. All entries will compete in two go rounds. The final results to be based on an accumulative score from both go-rounds.

SELECT CLASSES

If a competitor is eligible to compete as a Select Rider in a section on December 1, 2016, said eligibility remains throughout the current competition year. Qualification requirements are as follows: Select Rider, the rider has received 0 to 20 AHA National Achievement points. The following are the classes held at US. Nationals for both Arabian and Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian; 1. Western Pleasure AATR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Western Pleasure are; a. Western Pleasure b. Western Horsemanship/Equitation 2. Hunter Pleasure AATR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Hunter Pleasure are; a. Hunter Pleasure b. Hunter Seat Equitation Not to Jump 3. Country English Pleasure AATR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Country English Pleasure (Saddle Seat) are; a. Park, b. English c. Country English d. Saddle Seat Equitation e. Show Hack 4. Trail AATR – Classes that count toward Leveling in Trail are; a. Trail

Select riders MAY cross enter any class that counts toward Leveling IF that class is not leveled.

i.e. SADDLE SEAT SECTION - A Rider in Arabian Country English Pleasure Select MAY enter either Arabian and/or HA/AA English Pleasure (if qualified) since Leveled English Pleasure classes are not offered at this show, that rider may not cross enter into any HA/AA Country Pleasure Class other than the Select class.

Select AATR Trail riders may NOT cross enter into any Arabian or HA/AA AAOTR Trail classes except Trail Futurity

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Open to horses between 4 or 5 yrs old. Entries will be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Hunter Pleasure Junior Horses.

Open to horses 5 yrs old & Under Entries must be shown in a snaffle bit or hackamore. All entries will compete in two go-rounds. The final results to be based on an accumulative score from both go-rounds.

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RULES & INFORMATION WORKING WESTERN CLASSES

Cutting, Reining, Trail and Working Cow classes will be conducted as printed in the AHA Handbook For Junior Horse please refer to the Futurity/Junior Horse classes.

WARM UP ROUNDS REINING/TRAIL/WORKING COW/ CUTTING

One ticket may be used per horse and rider combination. During the warm up, the exhibitor may not switch horses or riders using one ticket. All equipment used in warm up goes must be in accordance with USEF and AHA.

CUTTING

Qualifications are waived for 2017 Refer to the current AHA Handbook for class procedures. Will be judged by 1 judge. Turn back horses must be provided by exhibitors. A rate of $150 will be given for stalls of turn back horses. Please refer to stalls & fees.

REINING

Entries to be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian Division of the USEF Rule Book for Reining Horse.

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REINING HORSE AAOTR/NON PRO

AAOTR- Open to all qualified adult amateur owner riders. Must be eligible in the level as an NRHA Non Pro OR Intermediate Non-Pro AAOTR –not received more than 90 AHA National Achievement points in the Reining Section. Limited Non-Pro AAOTR / Limited OPEN- has not received more than 60 AHA National Achievement points in the Reining Section. Rookie Non-Pro AATR- has not received more than 20 AHA National Achievement points in the Reining Section. Rider may not enter into either the Intermediate AAOTR or Limited AAOTR. Follows NRHA Rookie Level 1 Rider criteria as outlined in NRHA except that the Rookie class will run concurrently with Intermediate and Limited. Primetime Non-Pro AAOTR- Rider must be 50 or older as of December 1, 2016 and must be entered into one or more of the above classes.

REINING HORSE INTERMEDIATE OPEN

Qualification requirements are as follows: Rider Intermediate Open – –not received more than 90 AHA National Achievement points in the Reining Section.

WORKING COW HORSE

Entries to be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the Arabian division of the USEF rule book. If entering both the futurity and junior horse class, one cattle fee of $100 must be paid for the combination, but both class fees must be paid. Reined cow and working cow Refer to USEF AR 213 for class procedures. All NRCHA rules regarding patterns, scoring and judging shall apply. All entries will compete in two go-rounds. Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten will be determined by the cumulative score of both go rounds. In the event of a tie for Champion or Reserve Champion, the horse with the highest fence score will be named the winner. If a tie remains based on fence score, a work off will be run to determine the placings. Cows will be reused from the Herd work in the Working Cow Divisions.

LIMITED REINED COW HORSE

Qualifications are waived for 2017 Limited Reined Cow Horse introduces the rider to the boxing phase of the cow work. Amateur riders may not have gone down the fence in any judged class(es) or event(s) with the exception of horse sales. Being entered in a class that includes the fence work will be counted as going down the fence regardless if the rider boxed the cow and pulled up before the run was completed. This class is also open to approved Non-Pro Limited riders who comply with all eligibility rules (See NRCHA Non-Pro eligibility rules/USEF Amateur rules). After Non-Pro competitors reach the age of fifty (50), they may fall back into the Non-Pro Limited class (Limited Reined Cow Horse). The Non-Pro Limited Competitors; May fall back into the Non-Pro Limited Reined Cow Horse division/class only once.

HERD WORK

Qualifications are waived for 2017 Entries to be shown and judged under the class specifications set forth in the NRCHA Rule Book. There will be only 1 go.

TRAIL

All trail classes will run with 2 go-rounds regardless of the number of entries (COMP814.3 b). All entries will compete in both go-rounds. Champion, Reserve Champion and Top Ten will be determined by the cumulative score of both go rounds.

COMPETITION ARENAS

The following table specifies the dimensions and footing of the competition arenas: Arena Dimension Pavilion.......................92’ x 197’ Ford Truck Arena.........150’ x 300’ Mustang Arena............150’ x 250’ Cutting........................90’ Diameter All arenas have sandy loam footing.

CONTROLLED PADDOCK PROCEDURE

Since the controlled paddock was first instituted, the use of large plastic bags and other items has escalated well beyond what is necessary to assist our in-hand horses into the arena. Additionally, we have erred by not clearly stating how this one specified person appointed by either the show committee or the exhibitor is to go about assisting with entrance(s) into the arena. It is well past time for us to establish these parameters and we ask for the support of all our owners and spectators in understanding that these parameters are for the welfare of our horses and our breed. These parameters will also help remove some of the negativity expressed regarding the current practices of how our in-hand horses are presented to the judges and to the public. The one specified person assisting with entrance of in-hand horses into the ring will be allowed to use only the same length whip and appendages as are currently allowed for the individual handling the horse. Rule reference AR114.2:  Whips are to be no longer than 6’ including snapper/lash/appendage.  Small appendages (no more than 12 inches in length) of ribbon, plastic, etc. are permitted. The designated person will not hit or use any other objects, such as trash cans, walls, etc., to make any noise. In addition, effective immediately, the use of plastic or paper bags of any type or size is prohibited in assisting with entrance(s) into the arena.

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RULES & INFORMATION It is the responsibility of Show Management, along with the USEF Steward(s) to ensure the “designated person” understands this policy and their role. Should this rule/policy be violated, a warning card may be issued to both the handler and the designated person or groom who initiates this violation

DOGS

No dogs will be allowed in the main arena or paddock area with the exception of Companion/Guide Dogs, and in accordance with the USEF Rule Book. Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be on a leash or otherwise contained. Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted. Dog owners are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from their dogs’ behaviors. Dog owners failing to comply with this rule may be subject to penalty under Chapters 6 and 7, as well as issuance of warning cards. The Show Management further reserves the right to fine any exhibitor or farm whose dog is running loose and has to be confined by show officials. The first offense will be up to $50 and the second offense will be up to $100 and expulsion of the animal from the show grounds. No animal other than horses, dogs or cats are allowed on the show grounds without the express written consent of the National Show Commission. No animals other than horses shall be allowed on the grounds for the purpose of being sold. City of Tulsa regulations require that dogs must be on a leash at all times!

FIRE MARSHALL REGULATIONS

FORMAL NIGHTS

Formal nights are designated for the evenings of Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29.

The In Ring procedure for all classes (Refer to USEF rule AR107.c.). The Controlled Paddock will be strictly enforced. Amateurs will be allowed one handler to walk up the tunnel with them. For all classes, there will be a designated bagger that will be located halfway up the tunnel in the circle, if desired by the handler. The order of go shall be determined and posted by the birth date, oldest to youngest, for breeding entries and In-Hand classes. All classes will be adjudicated using three judges and one penalty judge. In all classes, after the judges’ cards have been handed in and tabulated, the number one Judge will come forward and his/her Top Ten placings will be called out and those horses will step forward in placement order from the line-up. The number two Judge will then come forward and his/her Top Ten placings will be called out and those horses will step forward in placement order from the line-up and so forth until all judges have had his/her placings announced in like manner. Upon completion of the above, the final Top Ten, Champion and Reserve Champion placings and scores will be announced. If 10 or fewer horses are entered in a class as of the final close of all entries (Tuesday, October 17, 5pm), the class will use the following procedure. Only a SFF will be scheduled for the class. The SFF will be run using a three judge MOS system utilizing the Arabian Scoring System. Scores from the SFF will be announced after the awards are announced. Regardless the number of entries, the Futurity Breeding/In-Hand and Yearling Sweepstakes classes will utilize this procedure (refer to class information for complete rules). If 11 or more horses are entered in a class as of the final close of all entries (Tuesday, October 17, 5pm), the class will use the following procedure. A semi-final and final will be scheduled for the class. The semi-final will be run using a three judge MOS system utilizing the Arabian Scoring System. Scores from the semi-final will not be released until after the completion of the final. 10 of these horses will advance to a final that will be judged using a comparative system. Please refer to the AHA Handbook COMP 815.1.

HOOF MEASUREMENTS

Complementary hoof measurements will NOT be provided by USEF Stewards at U.S. Nationals.

PATRONSHIPS

Patron seniority is based on the number of consecutive years a barn/trainer/individual has been a U.S. Nationals Patron. Stalling assignments will be done based off Patron seniority and when Patronship forms are received. Any year a Patronship is missed will result in the Patron losing their seniority. In order to retain seniority, Patrons must be current every year. The U.S. National Show Commission reserves the right to review special case requests regarding seniority, and their decision will be final. Each special case will be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances. Deadline to enroll as Patron (with fees paid in full) to receive stalling preference is August 15, 2017. Any requests to change status in a Patronship, including cancellations, MUST be emailed to Kelsey.Berglund@ArabianHorses.org. All patrons who elect to use a golf cart will be held responsible for their own cart. Should their cart be damaged or stolen, the patron will be required to replace or repair the golf cart directly through the chosen golf cart vendor.

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»» All electrical extension cords must be at least 14 gauge of the three-wire type. AUTHORIZED ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES FOR GROOMING PURPOSES MAY BE USED IN DESIGNATED BARN AREAS ONLY. No unauthorized electrical appliances may be used, and if used, the appliances will be confiscated. »» THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MAY NOT BE ALTERED OR TAMPERED WITH UNDER ANY CIRCUM-STANCES. »» Exhibitor stalls may have the stall walls covered with nonflammable material only. Proof of flame retardant material must be verified. Fire extinguishers must be provided by the exhibitor. There must be one (1) extinguisher for each two (2) stalls that are covered with nonflammable materials. No aisle ways may be covered overhead. »» Decoration of stalls: exterior stall decorations, indoor or outdoor, shall not extend more than three (3) feet from the base of the structure. »» No gas, electric or propane heaters, tanks or hot plates allowed in the stalls or stall area at any time. »» No exposed element heating appliances such as immersion heaters are allowed. »» No smoking is permitted in the stall area. »» Any vehicle, truck or trailer, within the fenced area of the barn/ tent area, or not obeying NO PARKING or FIRE LANE signs in other parts of the grounds will be towed and impounded at the owner’s expense. »» Absolutely no overhead draping of horse stalls is permitted. »» STALL DAMAGE: DO NOT PUT NAILS INTO STALL WALLS. Stalls must be vacated in their original condition. STALLS MAY NOT BE STRUCTURALLY ALTERED IN ANY WAY. »» Exhibitors will be financially responsible for any alteration/ damage to their stalls on the premises.

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RULES & INFORMATION The submission of a signed Patron form constitutes an agreement by the signing party for a payment for Patronship. Patrons canceling prior to May 1, 2017 will not be invoiced. Canceling May 2, 2017 until the close of entries a $500 fee will be owed. Canceling after the close of entries until the start of the show will require that 50% of the patron package price be paid. Changes to patron package levels will NOT be allowed after the close of entries. Passing down Patronships A patron who has maintained a patronship seniority that is retiring may elect to pass their patronship on to an immediate family member. The family member receiving the seniority will be required to maintain the patronship payments annually. Additionally, in order to keep the original stabling area, the family member may not exceed the number of stalls required by the original patron. The family member will not be required to purchase an additional patronship. To confirm the transfer of a patronship, an email to the barn manager will be required.

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PATRON STALLING

Patrons will receive a preferential basis for their stalling, with all Patrons’ stalls assigned prior to any non-Patrons. Priority for Patron stalling assignments will be based on prior years stalling location. Patron stabling will be completed based on seniority. Once all patrons have been stabled then remaining farms/stables/ exhibitors will be stalled in remaining stabling areas within Tulsa Expo Square. Please refer to passing down patronships. Only one set of identifying drapes or logos per paid patronship. Only the named person on the patronship shall be allowed to hang identifying drapes or logos. Farms/Stalls wishing to “piggyback” with other farms/stables in the patron stalling area must purchase a separate patronship in order to hang identifying drapes or logos. Patron farms/stables allowing other farms to “piggyback” with them who are NOT patrons run the risk of being moved to other less desirable areas of stalling. The entry blank (or electronic entry) must be signed by the trainer listed on the patronship in order for the exhibitor to be stabled with said patron. Exhibitors stalled in the Oklahoma Ford Dealers Barn must maintain their decorations until after the last class in Ford Truck Arena on Saturday Night. Anyone tearing down prior to that will lose their stalling location in that barn for the following year. There will be no access down the esplanade to the Oklahoma Ford Dealer’s barn for horse trailers until after the last class of the show.

PAVILION TABLES

The submission of a signed pavilion table form constitutes an agreement by the signing party for a payment for Pavilion Table. In order to purchase a pavilion table, a full patronship is required. Patrons canceling prior to May 1, 2017 will not be invoiced. Canceling May 2, 2017 until the close of entries a $500 fee will be owed. Canceling after the close of entries until the start of the show will require that 50% of the patron package price be paid. Pavilions will be sold on a first come, first sold policy with first right of refusal given to those with seniority in the purchasing of Pavilion Tables.

SCHEDULE AND RING CONFLICTS

RING CONFLICT PROCEDURE

»» Definition: A class conflict shall be defined as an exhibitor who has a class in which they have to exhibit a horse in another arena at the same time. It may also be defined as a horse with two classes scheduled at the same time in different arenas. »» Ford Truck Arena takes priority, Mustang second, and the Pavilion third. »» General conflict procedure: Exhibitor/agent must contact show commissioner/ show secretary at least 12 hours or a minimum of 2 sessions prior to the session with the conflict. »» Working Western conflict procedure: a. Exhibitor/ agent must contact show commissioner/ show secretary within two hours of the posted draw (The 2 hours is defined as hours in which the Show Office is open). b. Exhibitor draw will move to the top of the posted draw go order. Exception Cutting/Herd work will follow NCHA Rules. c. Each order of go for every Working Western class will have three slots available for these conflicts. »» The U.S. Nationals Show Commission has the right to deviate from this procedure only if the deviation does not create an excessive hold in any class in any arena (Excessive is defined as more than 15 minutes). A Working Western class should never be held once the class has started for longer than it takes to complete an arena drag or approximately 10 minutes.

SCRATCHES

All Scratches MUST be done in writing and turned into the show office before the end of the session prior to avoid any extra fees. Failure to file an official scratch in the show office by the end of the session in which the scratched class was held will result in a $200 fine, this includes exhibitors who scratch at the gate.

SCORING SYSTEMS

The MOS Scoring system will be used in all classes except Reining, Trail, Working Cow, Cutting and Herd Work. See the AHA Handbook for information on this scoring system. All sections will be ranked. No more than 8 entries will go forward from any preliminary or elimination sections (except where called for by the class rules). Breeding and Gelding In-Hand classes will use a three judge MOS system (utilizing the Arabian Scoring System). Horses will be ranked based on the MOS system. In classes with 11 or more horses, 10 horses will advance to the Finals and will be judged using the Comparative system For Working Western, the five judge high low out judging system will be utilized (exception of Cutting). One high score and one low score for each horse from each class will be eliminated (Reined Cow is a total of both phases) and the three remaining scores will be totaled to determine the placings in the class. Cutting will use the one Judge.

SEATING

There will be no charge for general admission seating, however, there will still be reserved patron seating available. »» Reserved Seats for the whole show may be purchased from AHA at (303) 696-4500. Seats are limited, and are sold and assigned on a first come, first served basis. Reserved Seats: $100 each

It is the policy of U.S. Nationals Show Commission to not make schedule changes within 24 hours of a class, unless there are extenuating circumstances. No classes will be moved in the schedule once the Omnibus is printed other than sections may be added or cancelled if entries warrant. Sections will only be posted one day ahead of the scheduled class. * Pale blue highlight indicates changes for 2017

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RULES & INFORMATION »» Patron packages 1 & 2 receive four Prime seats as part of their patron package; package 3 patrons receive two Prime seats as part of their patron package. Patrons may initially purchase additional Prime seats. Patron Prime seats are assigned first come first serve based on date of receipt of Patron deposit. AHA reserves the right to move or add on patron seating sections in addition to those originally indicated in the seating charts. »» All seat sales are non-refundable.

SHAVINGS

All shavings ordered through AHA must be ordered by September 20. After September 20, shavings must be ordered directly from the supplier.

STABLING

»» All stall fees must be paid in full at the time of entry. »» Every horse is required to be stabled on the show grounds at least 12 hours before the start of the first class in which it is to be shown and must remain continuously on the show grounds until it has completed every class in which it is to be shown. »» $300 for each stall (horse and tack/see Map for specific locations.) »» Turn Back Stalls $150.00 for each stall. A turn back stall can be reserved ONLY for horses used as turn back horses for Cutting classes. Please put a note on the entry form in the misc. fee line “turn back”. »» One paid stall per entered horse, all others are considered tack stalls. No subletting of stalls will be allowed. »» If the number of horses entered by a trainer or owner exceeds the capacity of the original stalls requested, those horses will be stabled in the order of space available at the time the entry is received.

GROUP STABLING

STALLS - TACK

When ordering just tack stalls, please use an entry form leaving the horse information blank. Please list the tack stalls on the stall reservation form as well. Tack stalls will be assigned subject to their availability. Exhibitors will be allowed to order as many tack stalls as they believe they will need, however, management reserves the right to limit the number of tack stalls due to availability. See the following suggested tack stall to horse stall ratios: »» Under 10 horse stalls maximum of 8 tack stalls »» 10 - 15 horse stalls maximum of 12 tack stalls »» 16 - 20 horse stalls maximum of 16 tack stalls »» 21 - 25 horse stalls maximum of 18 tack stalls »» 26 - 30 horse stalls maximum of 20 tack stalls »» 31 - 40 horse stall maximum of 22 tack stalls »» Over 40 horse stalls maximum 24 tack stalls Tack stalls may be used for the following purposes: sitting area, dressing rooms, tack rooms, ready rooms, feed rooms, sleep rooms for staff, equipment storage rooms.

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Exhibitors wishing to be stabled together must send entries together in the same envelope with a stall reservation form listing all the owner names. This form must be sent with the entries, as stalls are assigned using this form. If your name does not appear on the Stabling Request Form, we cannot guarantee you will be with the group. AHA must receive all Stable Request forms for exhibitors wishing to be a part of a group by Tuesday September 20, including on-line entries.  Stalls are wood, metal, and/or vinyl with half open, pipe or solid fronts, and doors.

4. After Tuesday October 17, 7 am No additional charge 5. Stalls must be vacated prior to midnight, Sunday, October 29 or additional fees may be due. If you use a stall that is not assigned to you, you will be assessed a fee of $100/ stall additional. All barns located in the Oklahoma Ford Dealers barn must decorate their stall fronts and may not tear down prior to the end of the show on Saturday, October 28. NOTE: Any and all stalls used by exhibitors must be returned to their original condition prior to leaving the grounds. Exhibitors will be billed for the cost of repairing any damage to or any required clean-up of any stalls they use. Stalls will not be given to any non-registered Arabian or Half-Arabian/Anglo-Arabian without written approval of the Show Commission. Whoever stalls are assigned to will be responsible for any charges and damages incurred for any stalls assigned under their name.

EARLY/LATE STABLING

Early arrival is discouraged, but if necessary, you must make arrangements with the Barn Manager. IF YOU ARRIVE PRIOR TO SUNDAY OCTOBER 15, THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL BE STABLED IN YOUR ASSIGNED STALLS. Early Arrival Date/Time Fees will be charged for the entire block of stalls reserved by the trainer regardless if they are used or not.

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Hotels and Vendors OFFICIAL VENDORS CATERING

ExpoServe 4153 East 21st Street Tulsa, OK 74114 918-748-0112 www.exposerve.com

DAILY PRINTED RESULTS ARABIAN RESULTS, LTD. Jim and Christy Egan 303-258-3336 egan@arabianresults.com

DECORATOR

Midwest Decorating Company 1510 S. Memorial Drive Tulsa, OK 74112 918-584-0988

FARRIER

MEDICAL SERVICES

TBA

FEED/BEDDING

Pete's Feed Pete Wedelin PO Box 425 Inola, OK 74032 918-630-1306

GOLF CARTS

DEVER INC. 2286 Frankfort Court Lexington, KY 40510 859- 455- 9586

FLORIST/PLANTS Crestwood Nurseries PO Box 175 Crestwood, KY 40014 502-387-888

Equestrian Medical Services,LLC 11413 NW 121st Place Yukon, OK 73099

PHOTOGRAPHER

Howard Schatzberg Photography PO Box 1570 Cave Creek, AZ 85327 480-595-2865 customerservice@ howardschatzberg.com

VETERINARIAN

Equine athlete PO Box 184 Weatherford, TX 76086 317-564-3258

VIDEOGRAPHER TBA

WEB LIVE STREAMING

The Arabian Horse Global Network www.arabianhorseglobal.com

SECURITY

Tulsa Expo Square PO Box 4735 Tulsa, OK 74159 918-744-1113 ext. 2144

OFFICIAL HOTELS OFFICIAL HOST HOTEL: 100 E 2nd St Tulsa, OK 74103 918-582-9000 www.tulsa.hyatt.com

6110 S. Yale Ave Tulsa, OK 74136 918-495-1000 http://doubletree.hilton.com/ en/dt/groups/personalized/T/ TULSYDT-AHA-20111010/index. jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG

OTHER HOTELS:

EMBASSY SUITES TULSA I-44

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HYATT REGENCY TULSA

AMBASSADOR

1324 S. Main St Tulsa, OK 74119 918-587-8200 www.hotelambassador-tulsa. com

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT

Tulsa Central 3340 S. 79th E Ave Tulsa, OK 74145 918-660-0646 www.marriott.com/tulcy

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT

415 S Boston Ave Tulsa, OK 74103 918-508-7400

COMFORT SUITES TULSA CENTRAL 8039 E 33rd St South Tulsa, OK 74145 918-622-6300

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3332 S. 79th East Ave Tulsa, OK 74145 918-622-4000 http://embassysuites1.hilton. com/en_US/es/hotel/TULESESEmbassy-Suites-Tulsa-I-Oklahoma/index.do

TULSA MARRIOTT SOUTHERN HILLS

1902 E 71st St Tulsa, OK 74136 918-493-7000

WYNDHAM HOTEL TULSA

10918 E 41st Street Tulsa, OK 74146 918-627-5000 www.wyndhamtulsa.com

INN AT EXPO SQUARE

4531 E 21st St Tulsa, OK 74114 918-858-3775 http://innatexposquare.com/

LAQUINTA INN & SUITES 6030 E Skelly Dr Tulsa, OK 74135 918-665-2630t

RENAISSANCE TULSA HOTEL & CONVENTION CENTER

3340 S 79th Ave Tulsa, OK 74145 918-660-0646

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Tulsa Expo Square Map

DIRECTIONS From Oklahoma City

From Joplin

From Muskogee

From Stillwater

(I-44 eastbound Turner Turnpike) From I-44, exit at Yale Ave. North (left) on Yale to 21st Street Turn west (left) on 21st or 15th Street

(I-44 westbound Will Rogers Turnpike) From I-44, exit at Yale Ave. North (right) on Yale to 21st Street Turn west (left) on 21st or 15th Street

(Hwy. 51 westbound Muskogee Turnpike) Exit Hwy. 51 at Yale Ave. At exit ramp, turn west (left) on 31st St At first light, turn north (right) on Yale Turn west (left) on 21st or 15th Street

(Hwy. 51 eastbound) Hwy. 51 turns into Hwy. 412 and then Hwy. 244 Exit Hwy. 244 at Yale Ave. At exit ramp, turn south (right) on Yale Turn west (right) on 21st or 15th Street

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The main entrance to the Expo Square is located one block west of the corner of 21st and Yale. From Hwy. 244 Eastbound Exit at Yale At exit ramp, turn south on Yale Turn west (right) on 21st or 15th Street

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Special Events

U.S. Nationals

Special Events A Tour of Arabian Horse Legends October 20-28

Hours of operation concurrent with Commercial Exhibits Take a walk back into time and explore the Arabian horse trainers, breeders, organizations and horses of yesterday, in a miniature exhibit of history.

AHDF Events

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Wednesday Evening, October 25 and Friday evening, October 27

Jersey Day

Thursday, October 26

Wear your favorite sports team (or barn team) jerseys!

Serviceman Appreciation Day Date TBA (Either Friday, October 27 or Saturday, October 28) Stay tuned for event times and activities.

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Special Events PLUS: Youth Raffle, Benefitting AHYA Date & Time of Raffle TBD

Drawing to occur in Center Ring of Ford Truck Arena Raffle tickets can be purchased at the AHYA booth in the Exchange Center throughout the show.

National Youth Judging Contest Friday, October 27 in the Pavilion

We need horses and riders! All horses who participate in the judging contest will receive a complimentary stall for the show. (Early arrival not included).

T.A.I.L Tours & Learning Stations

Held throughout the show, T.A.I.L tours provide an opportunity to introduce to people to the beautiful and talented Arabian horse. Dates and Times for tours will be posted closer to the event. Want to help out with a tour? Contact youth@arabianhorses.org.

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*Event times and activities are subject to change. Please see the U.S. National Show Program for a complete list of updated dates, times and activities.

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AHA 2701 (Rev. 3/17)

ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION℠ 10805 East Bethany Drive Aurora, Colorado 80014 www.ArabianHorses.org

Phone 303-696-4500 Fax 303-696-4599 info.comp@ArabianHorses.org

NATIONAL PERFORMANCE FUTURITY / MATURITY ENROLLMENT FORM Current AHA Membership with Competition Card is required for participation. Horses enrolled MUST be registered with either the Arabian Horse Association or the Canadian Arabian Horse Registries. Refer to the current AHA Handbook for specific rules, regulations and deadlines, or call the AHA office. One horse per enrollment form. Both this enrollment form & the Official U.S. National Entry Form are required for class entry to be valid.

HORSE INFORMATION q Arabian q Half-Arabian q Anglo-Arabian Registration #________________________________________Horse Name______________________________________________________________________________________ OWNER INFORMATION AHA Membership #___________________________________Name____________________________________________________________________________________________

Address____________________________________________________________________________________E-Mail______________________________________________________ City__________________________________________________________________State/Prov._______________________________Zip/Postal_______________________________ Home #_________________________________________Work #__________________________________________________Fax #_________________________________________ In making this application, I declare that I am a current AHA member and I hereby subject myself to and agree to be bound by all the provisions of the Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of the Arabian Horse Association and the National Performance Futurity Program as they now exist or may from time to time be amended, knowledge of which I now have or will immediately acquire.

Signature(s)__________________________________________________________________________________________Date_____________________________________________ ENROLLMENT FEE Class(es) must be designated at the time of nomination. Enrollments without classes indicated will not be processed. A Nomination fee of $700 ($1,000 for Cutting & Reining) per class must be paid in full or as three monthy payments. There is a one-time $40 processing fee per class to be included with the initial payment. See below for due dates and additional late fees. Please select a payment option:

Postmark Date

Paid in Full

- or -

1st Payment

2nd Payment

3rd Payment

Total

Prior to/Including June 1:

$740

$340

N/A

N/A

_________

June 2 – July 1:

$765*

$365*

$200

N/A

_________

July 2 – August 1:

$815*

N/A

$250*

$200

_________

August 2 – Entry Close**:

$890*

N/A

N/A

$275*

_________

Prior to/Including June 1:

$1,040

$440

N/A

N/A

_________

June 2 – July 1:

$1,065*

$465*

$300

N/A

_________

July 2 – August 1:

$1,115*

N/A

$350*

$300

_________

August 2 – Entry Close**:

$1,190*

N/A

N/A

$375*

_________

Cutting & Reining Only

*Late fee applied

Total Amount Due:

*Required* - Please indicate the National class(es): DNA type must be on file to the purebred Arabian parent for HA/AA’s to be eligible to compete. Futurity Classes: q English Pleasure (982 / 986) q Western Pleasure (983 / 987) q Hunter Pleasure (985 / 988) q Country English Pleasure (1060 / 1061) q Reining Horse (984 / 1007)

Futurity Classes: q Open Reining Derby (1386/1387) q Working Cow Horse (262 / 1923) q A/HA/AA Trail Horse (1056) q Cutting Horse (989 / 1019)

Maturity Classes: q Western Pleasure AAOTR (1031 / 1036) q Country English Pleasure AAOTR (1034 / 1038) q Hunter Pleasure AAOTR (1033 / 1037) q English Pleasure AAOTR (1030 / 1035)

**Nominations submitted after the close of entries for US Nationals will be assessed an additional $750 late fee ($1,000 for Cutting & Reining).

Method of Payment

(U.S. Funds Only):

q Check Enclosed/Payable to AHA

SM

– Check #________________

Total Amount Due ________________________________________

q MasterCard/Visa/Amex/Discover

Expiration Date ______________________ CVV ____________

_________________________________________________________ Credit Card Number

_________________________________________________________________________________________ Print Name (as it appears on credit card)

___________________________________________________________ Cardholder’s Signature

_________________________________________________________________________________________ Credit Card Holder’s Billing Address (Street, City, State, Zip/Postal Code) (Mandatory)

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