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BLENHEIM EQUISPORTS

BLENHEIM JUNE CLASSIC 1

SHOWPARK SUMMER FESTIVAL

June 5 – 9, 2019 USEF “Premier” and Jumper “4” Rated

July 17 – 21, 2019 USEF “Premier” and Jumper “4” Rated

BLENHEIM JUNE CLASSIC 2

SHOWPARK RACING FESTIVAL

June 12 – 16, 2019 USEF “Premier” and Jumper “4” Rated

BLENHEIM JUNE CLASSIC 3 June 19 – 23, 2019 USEF “Premier” and Jumper “4” Rated

BLENHEIM RED, WHITE & BLUE CLASSIC June 26 – 30, 2019 USEF “Premier” and Jumper “4” Rated

July 23 – 28, 2019 (FEI Jog only, Tuesday, July 23)

FEI CSI 2*, USEF “Premier” and Jumper “4” Rated

SHOWPARK AUGUST FESTIVAL July 30 – August 4, 2019 (FEI Jog only, Tuesday, July 30)

FEI CSI 2*, USEF “National” and Jumper “4” Rated

Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park at San Juan Capistrano, CA and Del Mar Horse Park in Del Mar, CA All pricing referenced in this prize list reflects a cash, check, or money order payment discount from the standard published rates listed in the online retail price schedule, available at showpark.com


Organizing Committee VP of Operations – Show Manager: Stephanie Lightner, office@showpark.com VP of Marketing – Medal Club, Vendor/Sponsor Relations: Melissa Brandes, (949) 212-8556 BES Facility Manager: Walter Navas, (949) 443-1846 Horse Show Office: Carolyn Becker, showparkbecker@gmail.com Horse Show Technical Coordinator: Janet Fall – falloff411@hotmail.com Horse Show Feed/Bedding: Tim Herrick, feed@showpark.com Horse Show Jumps/ Jump Crew Foreman: Jose Castillo, BES Jumps - besjumps@hotmail.com Veterinarian: Dr. Anne McCabe, (858) 442-4009 & see notices at Show Office Farrier (San Juan Capistrano): Josh Powell, (760) 846-2417 Farrier (Del Mar): Trent Sebring, (949) 280-9161 Night Watch: Joanne Schreiber, (909) 471-1941 & (818) 400-4338 (cell) Announcers: Vic Carmen, Katie Frank, Jeff Gilbert, Davin Malmqvist, Jesse Yumang, & Gareth Lloyd Paddock Stewards: Alex Castillo, Marcella Croopnick, Ryan Indorf, Drew Parker, Joe Russo, Jesse Yumang, Gary Pisani Awards Coordinator: Cheryl Wheaton VIP Medal Club Managers: Josh Mullins, (949) 212-2970 & Resa Miller, (661) 312-1095 Special Programs: Alexandra V. Zulia, (561) 723-6287; Alexandra.Zulia@aol.com Public Relations: EqSol – eqsol.com, (310) 930-2744 ***************************************************************************** For Information phone: (949) 443-1841 | fax: (949) 443-1843 e-mail: office@showpark.com Showpark Horse Show Office at Del Mar Only: phone: (858) 481-9085 | fax: (858) 481-6536 CLASS START TIMES, PROGRAM SPECS, ORDERS OF GO, & the most updated PRIZE LIST: www.SHOWPARK.com


2019 Tentative Schedule – Blenheim EquiSports Competition Calendar Blenheim Spring Classic 1 $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix March 20 – 24, 2019 Blenheim Spring Classic II, FEI CSI – 3* USHJA National Derby Hunter Divisions on the Grand Prix Field Zone 10 NAJYRC Selection Trials March 27 – 31, 2019 Blenheim Spring Classic III $25,000 Markel 1.45m Classic (+U25) & $50,000 1.50m Grand Prix USHJA International Hunter & Pony Hunter Derby April 3 - 7, 2019 Blenheim Spring Classic IV $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix & WCHR Week April 10 - 14, 2019 Showpark Spring Festival April 25 – 28, 2019 Showpark Ranch & Coast Classic FEI CSI – 2* WCHR Week & USHJA International Hunter Derby May 7-12, 2019 Blenheim June Classic I $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix (+U25) WCHR Week & USHJA/WCHR Spectacular June 5 - 9, 2019 Blenheim June Classic II $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix (+U25) USHJA International & Pony Hunter Derbies June 12 - 16, 2019 Blenheim June Classic III $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix; Whitethorne Equitation Challenge USHJA National & Pony Hunter Derbies West Coast Pony Hunter Challenge June 19 - 23, 2019 Blenheim Red, White & Blue Classic $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix Short Stirrup, Green Rider Low Children’s Adult Hunter Classics June 26 – 30, 2019

Showpark Summer Festival $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix (+U25) Jumpers in the Covered Arena Hunters on the Grand Prix Field West Coast Amateur Owner Hunter Challenge $25,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby July 17 - 21, 2019 Showpark Racing Festival, FEI CSI – 2* July 23 - 28, 2019; (FEI Jog only, Tues, July 23) Showpark August Festival, FEI CSI – 2* July 30 – Aug 4, 2019; (FEI Jog only, Tues, July 30) Blenheim Summer Classic $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix (+U25) & CPHA Medal Finals USHJA National Hunter Derby August 14 - 18, 2019 Showpark Summer Classic $25,000 Markel 1.45m Classic (+U25) & $50,000 1.50m Grand Prix CPHA Foundation Finals August 21 - 25, 2019 Showpark All Seasons Summer Classic $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix Sallie B. Wheeler Hunter Breeding Championships Blenheim Young Jumper Championships Blenheim Developmental Jumper Series Finals August 28 – September 1, 2019 Blenheim Fall Tournament $25,000 Markel 1.45m Grand Prix $20,000 U25 1.45m Championship ASPCA Maclay Regionals Foxfield Medal Final USHJA Pony Hunter Derby West Coast Championships CPHA Green Hunter 3’ & 3’3” Incentive Finals BES Young Hunter Championships September 11 - 15, 2019 International Jumping Festival - Blenheim $25,000 1.45m Markel Grand Prix; USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Final, West USHJA Jumping Seat Medal Final, West USHJA Green Hunter 3’, 3’3”, 3’6”, & 3’9” Incentive SW Regional Championships NAL West Coast Finals Show Jumping Hall of Fame JR/AO Jumper Final, West September 18 - 22, 2019 The Las Vegas National Longines FEI Jumping World Cup ™ Las Vegas AON/USHJA National Championships* Markel Insurance Jumper Series Finals WCE Medal Finals November 12 - 17, 2019


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – Highlights

See Official Blenheim EquiSports Website for Program Info & Details

Jumpers:

FEI CSI 2* - Showpark Racing Festival & Showpark August Festival $25,000 Markel Insurance 1.45m Grand Prix – Blenheim June Classic I, II, III, Red/White/Blue & Showpark Summer Festival Costume Class Pair Jumper Relay – Blenheim Red/White/Blue $5,000 Junior/Amateur/Amateur Owner Jumper Classics – SJHOF Series Finals Qualifiers $5,000 BES Developmental Jumper Series Jumper Classics $2,500 U25 Jumper Classics Pony Jumper Classics Children’s, Adult Amateur, Junior-AO-Amateur Jumper Classics – NAL Finals Qualifiers Young Jumper Classes & Young Jumper Classics – FREE, NO CHARGE; BES Young Jumper Finals Qualifiers 1.10m – 1.40m Open Jumper Classics

Hunters: USHJA/World Championship Hunter Rider Sanctioning – Blenheim June Classic I $10,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby – Blenheim June Classic II $5000 USHJA National Hunter Derby – Blenheim June Classic III & Showpark Summer Festival $25,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby – a benefit for Thrive Animal Rescue – Showpark Summer Festival $1500 USHJA Pony Hunter Derby – Blenheim June Classic II & III Blenheim EquiSports West Coast Pony Challenge, presented by USHJA Zone 10 – Blenheim June Classic II $1500 3’ Open Hunter Classic & non-rated Hunter Classics – Blenheim Red, White & Blue Blenheim EquiSports Amateur Owner Hunter Challenge, presented by USHJA Zone 10 – Showpark Summer Festival USHJA Green Hunter 3’/3’3” & 3’6/3’9” Incentive Qualifiers CPHA Green Hunter 3’/3’3” Incentive Qualifiers NAL Children’s & Adult Hunter Classics – NAL Finals Qualifiers Young Hunter Classes & $1000 Young Hunter Classics – FREE, NO CHARGE; BES Young Hunter Finals Qualifiers SmartPak Grand Hunter & High Score Awards

Equitation: American Tradition of Excellence Equitation Challenge, presented by Whitethorne, LLC – Blenheim June Classic III Platinum Performance Talent Search Medal 2* & 3* WIHS Medals – Hunter & Jumper Phases CPHA Foundation WCE Medal Dover Saddlery / US Hunt Seat Medal & US Adult Medal NHSAA / ASPCA Maclay & Hamel Foundation / NHS 3’3” Medal USHJA 3’3” Jumping Seat Medal NCEA 3’3” Junior Medal THIS Children’s Medal & Adult Medal Ariat Adult Medal Marshall & Sterling Insurance / US Pony Medal CPHA Amateur, Junior, Horsemanship, Child/Adult, Style of Riding, & Foundation Medals PCHA Horsemanship, Adult, 18-34, Medal OCHSA Equitation, Horsemanship & 2’6” Medal Foxfield Medal, Onondarka Medal, LAHJA & LEGIS Medals


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – Dates, Ratings, & Officials Blenheim June Classic I – June 5-9, 2019 Entries Due: May 13, 2019 RATINGS: USEF “Premier & WCHR” Hunters & “Level 4” Jumpers; PCHA “A” Rated & OCHSA Rated LOCATION: Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park at San Juan Capistrano, CA HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES Jim Clapperton, Ocala, FL Rachel Kennedy, Brookeville, MD Susie Schoellkopf, Buffalo, NY Katie Young, Jacksonville, FL (also HB) Sandy Aston, Bonsall, CA USEF STEWARDS Sharon Stewart Wells, Carlsbad, CA Donna Rocchetti, Falls, PA

JUMPER JUDGES Jack Robson, Coronado, CA Katie Frank, Carlsbad, CA COURSE DESIGNERS Catsy Cruz, Grand Prix Ring, Monterrey, Mexico Thomas Hern, Plymouth, Mass Jasen Shelley, Wellington, FL Joe Lombardo, Temecula, CA

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Blenheim June Classic II – June 12-16, 2019 Entries Due: May 20, 2019 RATINGS: USEF “Premier” Hunters & “Level 4” Jumpers; PCHA “A” Rated & OCHSA Rated LOCATION: Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park at San Juan Capistrano, CA HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES Diane Carney, West Palm Beach, FL Constance Tramm Hunt, Haslett, MI George Wallace, Wellington, FL Scott Williamson, Chagrin Falls, OH Ellen Gates, San Juan Capistrano, CA Kathryn Griffiths, Shadow Hills, CA STEWARDS (USEF) Penny Carpenter, Palm Desert, CA Donna Rocchetti, Falls, PA

JUMPER JUDGES (USEF) Jack Robson, Coronado, CA Katie Frank, Carlsbad, CA Ellen Gates, San Juan Capistrano, CA Jim Kurtze, Rancho Mirage, CA COURSE DESIGNERS (USEF & FEI) Andy Christiansen, Grand Prix Ring, Mexico Thomas Hern, Plymouth, Mass Jasen Shelley, Wellington, FL Joe Lombardo, Temecula, CA

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Blenheim June Classic III – June 19-23, 2019 ENTRIES DUE: May 27, 2019 RATINGS: USEF “Premier” Hunters & “Level 4” Jumpers; PCHA “A” Rated & OCHSA Rated LOCATION: Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park at San Juan Capistrano, CA HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES Sue Ashe, Wellington, FL (also HB) Irving Evans, Fremont, NH Lynne Forgione, Cornelius, NC Andrea Wells, Ocala, FL Harriet Bunker, La Salle, CO USEF STEWARDS Penny Carpenter, Palm Desert, CA Ruth Frazier, Burbank, CA

JUMPER JUDGES Jack Robson, Coronado, CA Katie Frank, Carlsbad, CA Andrea Wells, Ocala, FL / Irving Evans, Fremont, NH COURSE DESIGNERS Oscar Soberon, Grand Prix Ring, Mexico Mauricio Garcia, Puerto Rico Scott Starnes, Bend, OR Joe Lombardo, Temecula, CA


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – Dates, Ratings, & Officials Blenheim Red, White, & Blue Classic – June 26-30, 2019 ENTRIES DUE: June 3, 2019 RATINGS: USEF “Premier” Hunters & “Level 4” Jumpers; PCHA “A” Rated & OCHSA Rated LOCATION: Rancho Mission Viejo Riding Park at San Juan Capistrano, CA HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES Otis Brown, Georgetown, KY (also HB) Penny Carpenter, Palm Desert, CA (also HB) Shane George, Magnolia, TX Randy Neuman, Raleigh, NC JUMPER JUDGES Jack Robson, Coronado, CA Katie Frank, Carlsbad, CA

USEF STEWARDS Debbie Sands, Carlsbad, CA Vickie Veale, W. Farmington, OH COURSE DESIGNERS Mauricio Garcia, Grand Prix Ring, Puerto Rico Joe Lombardo, Temecula, CA Scott Starnes, Bend, OR

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Showpark Summer Festival – July 17-21, 2019 ENTRIES DUE: June 24, 2019 RATINGS: USEF “Premier” Hunters & “Level 4” Jumpers; PCHA “A” Rated LOCATION: Del Mar Horse Park – Del Mar, CA HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGE John Roper, Franklin, TN James Waldman, Vista, CA Penny Wahler, Encinitas, CA JUMPER JUDGE Jack Robson, Coronado, CA Katie Frank, Carlsbad, CA

USEF STEWARD Penny Carpenter, Palm Desert, CA Ruth Frazier, Burbank, CA COURSE DESIGNER Catsy Cruz, Grand Prix Ring, Mexico Thomas Hern, Plymouth, MA Scott Starnes, Bend, OR

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SAVE THE DATE for the 2019 Showpark Summer Festival $25,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby a benefit for Thrive Rescue. To be held on Friday, July 19 @ the Del Mar Horse Park Indoor Arena.

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VIP Function/Fundraiser to coincide Prizes for the Best Turned Out Horse, High Score Junior & High Score Amateur Rider plus special awards for the Winning Rider & Owner


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – Dates, Ratings, & Officials

Showpark Racing Festival – July 23-28, 2019* ENTRIES DUE: July 1, 2019 RATINGS: FEI CSI 2*; USEF “Premier” Hunters & “Level 4” Jumpers; PCHA “A” Rated LOCATION: Del Mar Horse Park - Del Mar, CA HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES Steve Wall, Pinehurst, NC Jeff Wirthman, Wellington, FL (also HB) Dianne Grod, Oceanside, CA

JUMPER JUDGES (USEF) Jack Robson, Coronado, CA Katie Frank, Carlsbad, CA Dianne Grod, Oceanside, CA Steve Wall, Pinehurst, NC

STEWARDS (USEF) Ruth Frazier, Burbank, CA Graves Cox, Monteray, CA

COURSE DESIGNERS (FEI & USEF) Anderson Lima, Grand Prix, Mexico Ivan Tagle, Mexico Scott Starnes, Bend, OR

ADDITIONAL FEI OFFICIALS & CLOSING DATES – SEE FEI DRAFT SCHEDULE online @ showpark.com *FEI Jog only – Tuesday July 23

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Showpark August Festival – July 30-August 4, 2019* ENTRIES DUE: July 8, 2019 RATINGS: FEI CSI 2*; USEF “National” Hunters & “Level 4” Jumpers; PCHA “A” Rated LOCATION: Del Mar Horse Park - Del Mar, CA HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES Walter J. Lee, Keswick, VA (also HB) STEWARDS (USEF) Sharon Steward Wells, Carlsbad, CA Cindy Reid, Walnut, CA

JUMPER JUDGES (USEF) Jack Robson, Coronado, CA Cathy Robinson, Encinitas, CA COURSE DESIGNERS (FEI & USEF) Ivan Tagle, ARG Joe Lombardo, Temecula, CA

ADDITIONAL FEI OFFICIALS & CLOSING DATES – SEE FEI DRAFT SCHEDULE online @ showpark.com *FEI Jog only, Tuesday, July 30


WCHR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HUNTER RIDER

Welcome to the 2019 World Championship Hunter Rider Series!

Thank you to the exhibitors and managers who make this program so successful. All of the competitions listed below have been selected as 2019 WCHR Member Events and are eligible for inclusion in Regional and National point standings.

Be part of the fun in 2019! CENTRAL MOUNTAIN Scottsdale Spring Classic March 21-24, 2019 • Scottsdale, AZ Colorado Spring Classic May 16-19, 2019 • Parker, CO Summer In The Rockies III June 19-23, 2019 • Parker, CO Summer In The Rockies VII July 17-21, 2019 • Parker, CO Santa Fe Summer Series - Santa Fe Fiesta July 31-August 4, 2019 • Santa Fe, NM Colorado Fall Classic September 12-15, 2019 • Parker, CO MID ATLANTIC Lexington Spring Premiere April 24-28, 2019 • Lexington, VA Keswick Hunt Club May 14-19, 2019 • Keswick, VA Upperville Colt & Horse Show June 3-9, 2019 • Upperville, VA Loudoun Benefit June 12-16, 2019 • Upperville, VA Deep Run June 19-23, 2019 • Manakin Sabot,VA Brandywine Valley Summer Series I June 26-30, 2019 • Devon, PA Lexington National Horse Show August 7-11, 2019 • Lexington, VA Middleburg Classic September 18-22, 2019 • Leesburg, VA MIDWEST World Equestrian Center Winter Classic #3 January 9-13, 2019 • Wilmington, OH Kentucky Spring May 7-12, 2019 • Lexington, KY

Country Heir II June 12-16, 2019 • Lexington, KY Chagrin Hunter Jumper Classic July 9-14, 2019 • Chagrin Falls, OH Great Lakes Equestrian Festival II July 10-14, 2019 • Williamsburg, MI Kentucky Summer Classic July 24-28, 2019 • Lexington, KY Equifest II July 30-August 4, 2019 • Wayne, IL Blue Grass Festival August 13-18, 2019 • Lexington, KY NORTHEAST Old Salem Farm May II May 14-19, 2019 • North Salem, NY The Skidmore College Saratoga Classic I June 12-16, 2019 • Saratoga Springs, NY Fairfield Co. Hunt Club June June 18-22, 2019 • Westport, CT Lake Placid June 25-30, 2019 • Lake Placid, NY Manchester Classic July 17-21, 2019 • East Dorset, VT The Princeton Summer Classic July 23-27, 2019 • Princeton, NJ Hampton Classic August 25-September 1, 2019 • Bridge Hampton, NY NORTHWEST Spring Nat’L Hunter April 9-14, 2019 • Monroe, WA Pacific Northwest H/J May 15-19, 2019 • Monroe, WA Thunderbird Show Park Canadian Premiere May 22-26, 2019 • Langley, BC

Early Summer H/J Classic #2 June 19-23, 2019 • Wilsonville, OR Oregon High Desert Classic 2 July 24-28, 2019 • Bend, OR Summer Fort Classic August 14-18, 2019 • Langley, BC Northwest Spectacular August 28-September 1, 2019 • Wilsonville, OR Northwest Autumn Classic September 11-15, 2019 • Monroe, WA SOUTH CENTRAL Great Southwest Winter Series II February 6-10, 2019 • Katy, TX Great Southwest Winter Series III February 13-17, 2019 • Katy, TX Pin Oak Charity March 27-31, 2019 • Katy, TX Pin Oak Charity Horse Show III April 3-7, 2019 • Katy, TX Texas Shoot-Out April 24-28, 2019 •Tyler, TX Lone Star Round Up May 1-5, 2019 • Katy, TX Show Jumping Classic May 15-19, 2019 • Tyler, TX Southwest Classic May 22-26, 2019 • Fort Worth, TX SOUTHEAST Wef 6 Equestrian Sport Productions, LLC February 12-17, 2019 • Wellington, FL Gulf Coast Midwinter IV February 27-March 3, 2019 • Gulfport, MS Ocala Winter Finals March 5-10, 2019 • Ocala, FL Aiken Spring Classic Masters April 17-21, 2019 • Aiken, SC

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Aiken Charity Horse Show I May 1-5, 2019 • Aiken, SC Equus Events Tryon Spring 3 May 15-19, 2019 • Mill Spring, NC Blowing Rock Charity I July 23-28, 2019 • Blowing Rock, NC SOUTHWEST Desert Circuit VIII March 12-17, 2019 • Thermal, CA Blenheim Spring Classic IV April 10-14, 2019 • San Juan Capistrano, CA Temecula Valley National I April 17-21, 2019 • Temecula, CA Del Mar National Horse Show April 30-May 5, 2019 • Del Mar, CA Showpark Ranch & Coast Classic May 7-12, 2019 • Del Mar, CA Blenheim June Classic I June 5-9, 2019 • San Juan Capistrano, CA Giant Steps Charity Horse Shows July 31-August 4, 2019 • Petaluma, CA Menlo Charity Horse Show August 6-11, 2019 • Atherton, CA NATIONAL Devon May 23-June 2, 2019 • Devon, PA Capital Challenge Horse Show Sept. 30-October 6, 2019 • Upper Marlboro, MD

For more information contact Danae Fryman at dfryman@ushja.org or (859) 225-6734.


Do you have what it takes to be a World Championship Hunter Rider?

WCHR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP HUNTER RIDER

PHOTOS: THE BOOK LLC, SHAWN MCMILLEN, JAMES STUART, JERRY MOHME, JAMES LESLIE PARKER, JAY GOSS

Congratulations to the 2018 WCHR Southwest Regional Winners! Professional – Jenny Karazissis Developing Professional – Karli Postel Adult Amateur – Cathy Morris-Schmitt Amateur Owner 3’6”– Laura Wasserman Amateur Owner 3’3”– Chelsea Samuels Handy Hunter – Jenny Karazissis

Junior 3’6” – Stella Wasserman Junior 3’3”– Gabrielle Sokolow Pony – Shiloh Roseboom Children’s – Zoe Wolf Professional Owner – Dulcie Lou Morris Developing Pro Owner – Laura Wasserman

JOIN TODAY... and be part of the fun in 2019! Become a member by Midnight Eastern time of the last day of this competition and receive points toward Regional and National awards, and qualifying for the WCHR Finals Challenge classes held during the Capital Challenge Horse Show.

For more information contact Danae Fryman at dfryman@ushja.org or (859) 225-6734, or visit www.ushja.org/wchr.

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2019 Blenheim Summer Series – “A” Rated Hunter Class Specifications UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED: Refer to the Tentative Time Schedules for specific scheduling; All classes to be judged on performance and soundness; Three must compete in order for points to count for all USEF/PCHA rated classes; the Handy round is the last o/f class of each division; the first round of each Hunter Classic when held as part of the division is the second o/f class of each division; the Green Hunter Incentive Stake Class is the final round of each respective division; A minimum of two Over Fences and one Under Saddle Class must be held for a Division to be considered complete; Champion and Reserve Champion title will be awarded to two of the four horses acquiring the most points over fences in each applicable section; In addition to these points, only these four horses will receive full points for under saddle classes; Points to determine awards are as follows: 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, & ½; Model points to count ½; Prize Money to be distributed 30%-22%-15%-12%-11%-10%; Trophy & Ribbons 1 – 8 to be awarded.

GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER

3’3” PERFORMANCE HUNTER

presented by American Horse Products

presented by The Chronicle of the Horse

HIGH PERFORMANCE CONF HUNTER

3’6” PERFORMANCE HUNTER presented by Best Western Capo Inn

Fence Height: 3’6” (GR) & 3’9” (HP). Entry Fee: $275/division Model Class: $20; 70% Performance/30% Conformation Prize Money: $350/class plus $20 add back/horse

30 31,32,33 34 35 57 52,53,54 55 56

Model Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformation Hunter O/F Green Conformation Handy Hunter Green Conformation Hunter U/S Model High Perf Conformation Hunter High Perf Conformation Hunter O/F High Perf Conformation Handy Hunter High Perf Conformation Hunter U/S

GREEN 3’6” HUNTER

Fence Height: 3’3” or 3’6”; Entry Fee: $60 per class or $275/division Prize Money: $250/class

185,186,187 188 189 60,61,62 63 64

3’3” Performance Hunter O/F 3’3” Performance Handy Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter U/S 3’6” Performance Hunter O/F 3’6” Performance Handy Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter U/S

HIGH PERFORMANCE HUNTER presented by HE Tex Sutton Forwarding Co.

presented by SmartPak

GREEN 3’9” HUNTER presented by Valencia Sport Saddlery Fence Height: 3’6” (1st year); 3’9” (2nd year); Entry Fee: $275/division Prize Money: $350/class plus $20 add back/horse

41,42,43 44 45 47,48,49 50 51

Green 3’6” Hunter O/F Green 3’6” Handy Hunter Green 3’6” Hunter U/S Green 3’9” Hunter O/F Green 3’9” Handy Hunter Green 3’9” Hunter U/S

3’ GREEN HUNTER

Fence Height: 4’+; Entry Fee: $70 per class or $325/division Prize Money: $500/class plus $20 add back/horse

36,37,38 39 40

High Performance Hunter O/F High Performance Handy Hunter High Performance Hunter U/S

YOUNG HUNTER – 5YR & U YOUNG HUNTER – 6YR & U YOUNG HUNTER – 7YR & U presented by Brookway Stables Fence Height: 3’ (5yr&U); 3’3” (6yr&U); 3’6” (7yr&U); Entry Fee: FREE – including Corresponding Warm Up Classes

presented by Residence Inn Marriott

3’3” GREEN HUNTER presented by The Oaks Equestrian Facility Fence Height: 3’ or 3’3”; Entry Fee: $225/division Prize Money: $150/class plus $5 add back/horse

25,26,27,28 29 16,17,18,19 20

3’ Green Hunter O/F 3’ Green Hunter U/S 3’3” Green Hunter O/F 3’3” Green Hunter U/S

920,921 930,931,932 933 923,924 945,946,947 948 926,927 950,951,952 953

5yr & U Young Hunter Warm Up 5yr & U Young Hunter O/F 5yr & U Young Hunter U/S 6yr & U Young Hunter Warm Up 6yr & U Young Hunter O/F 6yr & U Young Hunter U/S 7yr & U Young Hunter Warm Up 7yr & U Young Hunter O/F 7yr & U Young Hunter U/S


3’6” AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER 18-35

3’3” AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER 18-35,

presented by Gelson’s Markets

presented by Balmoral Farm, Inc.

3’6” AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER 36+

3’3” AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER 36+

presented by The Oaks Equestrian Facility Fence Height: 3’6”; Entry Fee: $275/division Prize Money: $350/class plus $20 add back/horse Classes 173 & 178 not held during SP Summer Festival

171,172,173* 174 175 176,177,178* 179 180

3’6” A/O Hunter O/F 18-35 3’6” A/O Handy Hunter 18-35 3’6” A/O Hunter U/S 18-35 3’6” A/O Hunter O/F 36+ 3’6” A/O Handy Hunter 36+ 3’6” A/O Hunter U/S 36+

Fence Height: 3’3”; Entry Fee: $225/division Prize Money: $125/class plus $10 add back/horse Classes 162 & 197 not held during SP Summer Festival

160,161,162* 163 164 195,196,197* 198 199

3’3” A/O Hunter O/F 18-35 3’3” A/O Handy Hunter 18-35 3’3” A/O Hunter U/S 18-35 3’3” A/O Hunter O/F 36+ 3’3” A/O Handy Hunter 36+ 3’3” A/O Hunter U/S 36+

NEW! BLENHEIM WEST COAST AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER CHALLENGE, Showpark Summer Festival, July 17-21 FEATURING:

Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion Awards to the Top 2 Horses from the 3’3” Amateur Owner Hunters 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunters presented by USHJA Zone 10 *Stand-alone Two Round Hunter Classics Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion Awards to the Top 2 Horses from the BES 3’ Amateur Owner Hunters presented by Outdoor Outfitters

3’3” SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3” LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER Fence Height: 3’3”; Entry Fee: $225/division Prize Money: $125/class

640,641,642 643 644 645,646,647 648 649

3’3” Junior Hunter O/F, Small 3’3” Junior Handy Hunter, Small 3’3” Junior Hunter U/S, Small 3’3” Junior Hunter, Large 3’3” Junior Handy Hunter, Large 3’3” Junior Hunter U/S, Large

3’6” SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 & U 3’6” SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 - 17 3’6” LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 & U 3’6” LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 – 17 presented by Professional Maintenance Systems Fence Height: 3’6”; Entry Fee: $260/division; Prize Money: $350/class

130,131,132 133 134 140,141,142 143 144 135,136,137 138 139 145,146,147 148 149

3’6” Small Junior Hunter O/F, 15&U 3’6” Small Junior Handy Hunter, 15&U 3’6” Small Junior Hunter U/S, 15&U 3’6” Small Junior Hunter, 16-17 3’6” Small Junior Handy Hunter, 16-17 3’6” Small Junior Hunter U/S, 16-17 3’6” Large Junior Hunter O/F, 15&U 3’6” Large Junior Handy Hunter, 15&U 3’6” Large Junior Hunter U/S, 15&U 3’6” Large Junior Hunter O/F, 16-17 3’6” Large Junior Handy Hunter, 16-17 3’6” Large Junior Hunter U/S, 16-17

Showpark August Festival only: Fence Height: 3’6”; Entry Fee: $260/division; Prize Money: $350/class

130,131,132 133 134 135,136,137 138 139

3’6” Small Junior Hunter O/F 3’6” Small Junior Handy Hunter 3’6” Small Junior Hunter U/S 3’6” Large Junior Hunter O/F 3’6” Large Junior Handy Hunter 3’6” Large Junior Hunter U/S


SMALL PONY HUNTER MEDIUM PONY HUNTER LARGE PONY HUNTER All classes offered at all shows except, 65a, 71a, 77a held during Blenheim June Classic II, III & SP August Festival only; Classes 67,73, 79 not held during Blenheim June Classic III; First O/F Class - 75% Performance/25% Conformation Fence Height: 2’3” (S); 2’6” (M); 2’9” (L); Entry Fee: $260/division Prize Money: $350/class

65a 65,66,67 68 69 71a 71,72,73 74 75 77a 77,78,79 80 81

Small Pony Hunter Model Small Pony Hunter O/F Small Pony Handy Hunter Small Pony Hunter U/S Medium Pony Hunter Model Medium Pony Hunter Medium Pony Handy Hunter Medium Pony Hunter U/S Large Pony Hunter Model Large Pony Hunter O/F Large Pony Handy Hunter Large Pony Hunter U/S

BLENHEIM WEST COAST PONY CHALLENGE, PRESENTED BY USHJA ZONE 10 – BES June Classic III

FEATURING:

Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion Awards to the Top 2 Ponies from Pony Hunter Division & Green Pony Hunter Division presented by USHJA Zone 10 The Balmoral Farm “Mastering the Pony Model” Clinic presented by Traci & Carleton Brooks Wednesday, June 19 The Emerson Burr Horsemanship Quiz & Cupcake Party Thursday, June 20

$1500 USHJA Pony Hunter Derby presented by Markel Insurance & Ice Cream Party Saturday, June 22nd

Makoto Farm Pony Hunter Derby Circuit Awards Presentations

SMALL GREEN PONY HUNTER MEDIUM GREEN PONY HUNTER LARGE GREEN PONY HUNTER All classes offered at all shows except, 665a,671a, 677a held during Blenheim June Classic II, III & SP August Festival only; Classes 667,673,679 not held during Blenheim June Classic III; First O/F Class - 75% Performance/25% Conformation Fence Height: 2’3” (S); 2’6” (M); 2’9” (L); Entry Fee: $225/division Prize Money: $125/class

665a Small Green Pony Hunter Model 665,666,667,668 Small Green Pony Hunter O/F 669 Small Green Pony Hunter U/S 671a Medium Green Pony Hunter Model 671,672,673,674 Medium Green Pony Hunter O/F 675 Medium Green Pony Hunter U/S 677a Large Green Pony Hunter Model 677,678,679,680 Large Green Pony Hunter 681 Large Pony Hunter U/S


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – “C” Rated Hunter Class Specifications UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED: Refer to the Tentative Time Schedules for specific scheduling; All classes to be judged on performance and soundness; Three must compete in order for points to count for all USEF/PCHA rated classes; First round of each Hunter Classic when held as part of the division is the second o/f class of each division; A minimum of two Over Fences and one Under Saddle Class must be held for a Division to be considered complete; Champion and Reserve Champion title will be awarded to two of the four horses acquiring the most points over fences in each applicable section; In addition to these points, only these four horses will receive full points for under saddle classes; Points to determine awards are as follows: 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, & ½. Trophy & Ribbons 1 – 8 to be awarded.

USHJA 3’ HUNTER, presented by Herms Lumbar & Shavings

USHJA 2’9” HUNTER USHJA 2’6” HUNTER

SMALL/MEDIUM CHILDREN’S PONY HUNTERS LARGE CHILDREN’S PONY HUNTERS See USHJA Zone 10 specs for cross-entry restrictions Fence Height: 2’ (S/M); 2’6” (L); Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class

Open to all. Fence Height: 2’6”, 2’9”, OR 3’ Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class

11,12,13,14 15 1,2,3,4 5 6,7,8,9 10

USHJA 3’ Hunter USHJA 3’ Hunter U/S USHJA 2’9’ Hunter USHJA 2’9” Hunter U/S USHJA 2’6” Hunter USHJA 2’6” Hunter U/S

ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER 18-35 presented by FarmVet

ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER 36-50* presented by Horse Hair Analysis

ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER 51&O*

90,91,92,93 94 95,96,97,98 99

HUNTER BREEDING Offered at all shows except BES June Classic II & SP Racing Festival Entry Fee: $25/class (901,903,905); $0 (907)

901 903 905 907

presented by Ritz Carlton Laguna Niguel See USHJA Zone 10 specs for cross-entry restrictions Fence Height: 3’; Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class

150-153 154 155-158 159 165-168 169

A/A Hunter O/F 18-35 A/A Hunter U/S 18-35 A/A Hunter O/F 36-50 A/A Hunter U/S 36-50 A/A Hunter O/F 51+ A/A Hunter U/S 51+

S/M Children’s Pony Hunter O/F S/M Children’s Hunter U/S Large Children’s Pony Hunter O/F Large Children’s Pony Hunter U/S

Yearling Two Year Old Three Year Old Best Young Horse (Open to 1st & 2nd from 901-905)

PONY HUNTER BREEDING Offered at all shows except BES June Classic II & SP Racing Festival Entry Fee: $25/class (911,912,913); $0 (914)

911 912 913 914

CHILDREN’S HUNTER 13&U CHILDREN’S HUNTER 14-17

Pony Yearling Pony Two Year Old Pony Three Year Old Best Young Pony (Open to 1st & 2nd from 911-913)

See USHJA Zone 10 specs for cross-entry restrictions Fence Height: 3’; Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class

BLENHEIM EQUISPORTS JUNIOR-AMATEUR HANDLER

119-122 123 124-127 128

Open to both juniors and amateurs who are current members of the USEF and USHJA - conducted under the same specifications as a Hunter Breeding Class. Judges are not required to ask competitors to show on the triangle; however, horses must be walked and trotted in hand. Conformation of the horse IS NOT to be considered. Horses or ponies may be of any age. Handlers will be judged on their ability to properly stand and present a horse in hand. Horses should be wellbehaved and should walk and trot promptly in hand.

Children’s Hunter O/F 13&U Children’s Hunter U/S 13&U Children’s Hunter O/F 14-17 Children’s Hunter U/S 14-17

909

BES JR/AM HANDLER - $25


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – Non-Rated Hunter Class Specifications UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED: Refer to the Tentative Time Schedules for specific scheduling; All classes to be judged on performance and soundness; Three must compete in order for points to count for all USEF/PCHA rated classes; two must compete in order for points to count for all non-rated classes. A minimum of two Over Fences and one Under Saddle Class must be held for a Division to be considered complete. Champion and Reserve Champion title will be awarded to two of the four horses acquiring the most points over fences in each applicable section. In addition to these points, only these four horses will receive full points for under saddle classes; Points to determine awards are as follows: 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, & ½; Model points to count ½; Trophy & Ribbons 1 – 8 to be awarded.

3’3” MODIFIED HUNTER presented by Caprock Open to All; Fence Height: 3’3” Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class

101-103 104

3’3” Modified Hunter O/F 3’3” Modified Hunter U/S

3’3” MODIFIED JR/AM HUNTER presented by EquiVont Open to All Junior and Amateur Riders; Fence Height: 3’3” Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class

109-112 113

3’3” Modified JR/AM Hunter O/F 3’3” Modified JR/AM Hunter U/S

3’ BES AMATEUR-OWNER HUNTER Open to all Amateur Riders; horses must be owned by the Rider; Leases are not allowed; Neither horses nor riders may compete in the “C” Rated Adult Amateur Hunter Division nor the “A” Rated 3’3” and/or the 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter Divisions at the same show. Not USEF nor USHJA sanctioned. Classes may be individually entered (#686 not held during Showpark Summer Festival); Fence Height: 3’; Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class; Division included in the NEW West Coast Amateur Owner Hunter Challenge during Showpark Summer Festival

683-686 687

BES A/O Hunter O/F BES A/O Hunter U/S

LOW CHILDREN’S HUNTER* LOW ADULT HUNTER* Open to All Junior and Amateur Riders, however Riders may not cross enter into classes exceeding 3’; Fence Height: 2’9”; Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class

114-117 118 660-663 664

Low Children’s Hunter O/F Low Children’s Hunter U/S Low Adult Hunter O/F Low Adult Hunter U/S

MODIFIED CHILDREN’S HUNTER MODIFIED ADULT HUNTER Open to All Junior and Amateur Riders, however, Riders may only cross enter into Green Rider, Short/Long Stirrup & Low Child/Adult; Fence Height: 2’6”; Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class *Divisions combine during BES June Classic I, II, III & Red, White & Blue – using class #s 630,631,632,634 & 635.

635-639 640 630-634 635 630-633 634

Modified Children’s Hunter O/F Modified Children’s Hunter U/S Modified Adult Hunter O/F Modified Adult Hunter U/S Modified Child/Adult Hunter O/F Modified Child/Adult Hunter U/S

SHORT STIRRUP OPPORTUNITY HUNTER* LONG STIRRUP OPPORTUNITY HUNTER* Short Stirrup - Open to all Junior riders 11&U Long Stirrup – Open to all Junior Riders 12&O Riders may not cross enter into classes exceeding 2’6” Fence Height: 2’; Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class *Divisions will be NOT be offered as Opportunity during Showpark Racing & August Festival, per FEI Competition rules

615-618 619 620-623 624

Short Stirrup Opportunity Hunter O/F Short Stirrup Opportunity Hunter U/S Long Stirrup Opportunity Hunter O/F Long Stirrup Opportunity Hunter U/S

GREEN RIDER HUNTER Open to All Junior and Amateur Riders; however, Riders may only cross enter into Green Rider EQ, Short/Long Stirrup Hunter & EQ, Modified Child/Adult Hunter & Low Child/Adult Hunter; Fence Height: 2’3”; Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class

605-608 609

Green Rider Hunter O/F Green Rider Hunter U/S

CROSS RAIL OPPORTUNITY HUNTER Open to All Junior and Amateur Riders; however, Riders may not cross enter into any class exceeding 2’; Fence Height: 18”; Cantering is optional O/F; Entry Fee: $225/division or $50/class.

470-473 474

Cross Rail Opportunity Hunter O/F Cross Rail Opportunity Hunter U/S


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – Hunter Classics & Hunter Derby Specifications UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED: Refer to the Tentative Time Schedules for specific scheduling; refer to individual organizations for specific league, specs, rules, etc; not all classics offered each week HUNTER CLASSIC ELIGIBILITY/ORDER OF GO: Horse/pony must have entered, shown and completed the course in at least two classes over fences in their respective division; AND MUST be declared by the closing of entries the day before competing in the first round; Horses/ponies declared after such time will be considered post entries and if space permits and if entry is accepted will automatically be placed first in the order of go; All posted orders will be drawn and posted by approximately 6:45AM the day of the Highlight Class/Classic, except where otherwise specified; $50 same day scratch fee applies. HUNTER CLASSIC FORMAT/SCORING: SECOND over fences class in each respective division is to count as the FIRST ROUND of respective Classic – also see (*) symbol in corresponding time schedules; Both rounds to be scored under the open numerical judging system; at least the top 12 if available or one-third of entries will return for the second round; if a horse or pony is eliminated in the first round of competition, they may not return for the second round. If a horse or pony does not return for the second round or is eliminated during the second round, a score of zero will be combined with the first-round score and the horse/rider combination will be placed accordingly. Scores will be totaled from both rounds to determine the winners. All overall ties to be broken by using second round score. All Classics to award points towards USEF HOTY awards but not towards Show Champion; HUNTER CLASSIC & DERBY ATTIRE/AWARDS: Formal Attire Required; Trophy to first, Ribbons thru 12th place; Unless otherwise stated, prize money divided as follows: 30%, 22%, 15%, 10%, 7%, 6%, 5%, 5%; If an awards ceremony is conducted, all ribbon winners required to attend and participate; The winner will be required to be present to receive award.

“A” RATED HUNTER CLASSICS 190 – CPHA 3’/3’3” GREEN HUNTER INCENTIVE STAKE, Entry Fee: $50; Nominating Fee: $50; Prize Money: $1000: 1st – 30% 2nd - 22% 3rd – 13% 4th – 8% 5th – 6% 6th – 5% 7th – 4% 8th – 3% 9th – 3% 10th – 2% 11th – 2% 12th - 2% – Qualifiers for the 2019 $25,000+ CPHA West Coast Green Hunter 3’/3’3” Championships to be held during Blenheim Fall Tournament, September 9 - 15, 2019 192 – USHJA 3’/3’3” GREEN HUNTER INCENTIVE STAKE, presented by Valencia Sport Saddlery 193 – USHJA 3’6”/3’9” GREEN HUNTER INCENTIVE STAKE, presented by Valencia Sport Saddlery Entry Fee: $50, Nominating Fee: $50; Prize Money: $1000 + 50% Added: 1st – 30% 2nd - 22% 3rd – 13% 4th – 8% 5th – 6% 6th – 5% 7th – 4% 8th – 3% 9th – 3% 10th – 2% 11th – 2% 12th - 2% 955 – Brookway Stables YOUNG HUNTER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $0; Prize Money: $1000; Fence Height: 3’, 3’3”, 3’6” – Qualifiers for the 2019 $10,000 Blenheim EquiSports Young Hunter Finals, to be held during Blenheim Fall Tournament, September 11 – 15, 2019 182 – Marshall & Sterling Insurance 3’6” A/O HUNTER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $50; Nominating Fee: $50; Prize Money: $1000* 184 – Callidae 3’3” A/O HUNTER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $50; Nominating Fee: $50; Prize Money: $1000* * - Classics combine during Blenheim Red, White, Blue & Showpark August Festival; Classics will be run as stand-alone two round hunter classics during Showpark Summer Festival 181 – American Horse Products 3’6” JUNIOR HUNTER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $50; Nominating Fee: $50; Prize Money: $1000+ 191 – The Plaid Horse 3’3” JUNIOR HUNTER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $50; Nominating Fee: $50; Prize Money: $1000+ + - Classics combine during Blenheim Red, White, Blue & Showpark August Festival 85 – American Horse Products PONY HUNTER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $25; Nom Fee: $50; Prize Money: $500; Fences: 2’3”; 2’6”; 2’9” 682 – GREEN PONY HUNTER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $25; Nominating Fee: $50; Prize Money: $500; Fences: 2’3”; 2’6”; 2’9”

“C” RATED HUNTER CLASSICS – Entry Fee: $50; Nominating Fee: $50; Prize Money $500, Fences 3’ Qualifiers for the North American League Finals – West Coast final to be held during Blenheim International Jumping Festival, September 18-22, 2019; 129 – Romfh Equestrian Apparel CHILDREN’S HUNTER CLASSIC 184 – Horse Hair Analysis ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER CLASSIC

ADDITIONAL NON-RATED HUNTER CLASSICS – Held during Blenheim Red, White, & Blue Classic only – not to count toward USEF Zone or National HOTY awards. Ribbons 1 – 12 & Trophy 800 - $1500 3’ Open Hunter Classic – Two round Classic; Top 12 return for 2nd round based on scores from 1st round; Entry Fee: $150; Nom Fee: $50 850 – 2’9” Low Child/Adult Hunter Classic - Two Round Classic – Round One designated class within the Low Child/Adult Hunter division; Top 12 return for Round Two based on scores from Round One. Entry Fee: $25; Nom Fee: $25 851 – 2’6” Modified Child/Adult Hunter Classic – Two Round Classic – Round One designated class within the Modified Child/Adult Hunter division; Top 12 return for Round Two based on scores from Round One. Entry Fee: $25; Nom Fee: $25 852 – 2’ Short/Long Stirrup Hunter Classic - Two Round Classic – Round One designated class within the Short/Long Stirrup Hunter division; Top 12 return for Round Two based on scores from Round One. Entry Fee: $25; Nom Fee: $25 956 – 3’ A/O Hunter Classic – to be held during Showpark Summer Festival only as part of new BES West Coast A/O Hunter Challenge. Two round Classic; Top 12 return for the second round based on scores from Round One.


USHJA WCHR HUNTER SPECTACULAR, WEST COAST – see ushja.org for specifications 802 - $25,000 USHJA/WCHR HUNTER SPECTACULAR WEST COAST – to be held during Blenheim June Classic I, Entry Fee: $600; Fences 3’6”, 3’9”, 4’; Entries Close June 8 @ 3pm; Official Class Specs at USHJA.org; Mandatory Horse Jog & Rider’s Meeting prior to commencement of Class – See USHJA Tent ringside at the Pacific Field for Nomination Forms, Timelines & Rider Packets 800 – USHJA/WCHR HUNTER SPECTACULAR WARM UP – Open to horse entered in class #802 – Entry Fee: $75; Fences: 3'6"; Class will not be judged, but riders must jump posted course and will be eliminated after three refusals.

WCHR – JUNE CLASSIC 1 SPECIAL AWARDS, PRESENTED BY USHJA Leading Hunter Rider Award: A plaque will be awarded to the rider who achieves the single highest numerical score in any one class within any WCHR hunter section during WCHR Spectacular week. * High Score Awards: A jacket will be awarded to the riders who achieve the single highest numerical score in any one class, within their respective hunter section, in each of the nine WCHR categories: Professional, Developing Professional, Amateur Owner 3’6”, Amateur Owner 3’3”, Adult Amateur, Junior 3’6”, Junior 3’3”, Children’s and Pony. * * Should a tie occur between two or more riders for high score within a category or for the Leading Hunter Rider, the rider with the highest cumulative over fences in that category will be awarded the WCHR high score award and WCHR Leading Hunter Rider award. Riders must be 2019 WCHR members to be eligible for a high score award and are only eligible for an award in their declared category.

USHJA HUNTER DERBIES – see ushja.org for specifications; Prize Money: 1st – 30% 2nd - 22% 3rd – 13% 4th – 8% 5th – 6% 6th – 5% 7th – 4% 8th – 3% 9th – 3% 10th – 2% 11th – 2% 12th - 2% 170 – $5000 USHJA NATIONAL HUNTER DERBY – to be held during Blenheim June Classic III; Entry Fee: $275; Fences: 3’-3’5”; Additional Show Awards presented including: Makoto Farm Best Turned Out Horse Groom’s Award; barnstyle High Score Junior & The Plaid Horse High Score Amateur Awards; Balmoral Farm Winning Owner Award

170 – $25,000 USHJA NATIONAL HUNTER DERBY – a benefit for Thrive Animal Rescue - to be held during Showpark Summer Festival; Entry Fee: $650; Fences: 3’-3’5”; Additional Show Awards presented including: Makoto Farm Best Turned Out Horse Groom’s Award; barnstyle High Score Junior & The Plaid Horse High Score Amateur Awards; Balmoral Farm Winning Owner Award

800 – $10,000 USHJA INTERNATIONAL HUNTER DERBY – to be held Blenheim June Classic II as a one star; Entry Fee: $400; Additional Show Awards presented including: Makoto Farm Best Turned Out Horse Groom’s Award; barnstyle High Score Junior & The Plaid Horse High Score Amateur Awards; Balmoral Farm Winning Owner Award 802 – HUNTER DERBY WARM UP - Open to horses entered in Class 800 – USHJA Intl. Hunter Derby. Entry Fee: $75; Fences: 3'6"; Class will not be judged, but riders must jump posted course and will be eliminated after three refusals. 851 - $1500 USHJA PONY HUNTER DERBY, presented by Markel Insurance – to be held Blenheim June Classic II & III; Entry Fee: $150; Additional Awards presented including: Makoto Farm Best Turned out Pony Groom’s Award, Makoto Farm High Score S, M, L Pony; Balmoral Farm Winning Owner Award; Qualifier for the inaugural 2019 USHJA Pony Hunter Derby Championships, West Coast – to be held during Blenheim Fall Tournament, September 11 – 15, 2019.


The Derby Experience

FOR PONIES! USHJA Pony Hunter Derby Program offers: • Earn year-end recognition for points earned • Derby classes for all pony sizes • Bicoastal championships debuting in 2019

Blenheim Fall Tournament

September 13, 2019

Qualifying for the Championships ends July 15, 2019, for the West Coast Learn more at ushja.org/PonyHunterDerby.

TRICIA BOOKER/USHJA

San Juan Capistrano, CA


BLENHEIM EQUISPORTS 2019 USHJA/WCHR MEMBER EVENT SPECIAL AWARDS Blenheim Spring Classic IV, Showpark Ranch & Coast Classic, and Blenheim June Classic I

SMARTPAK HIGH SCORE HUNTER AWARDS

A $50 SmartPak Gift Certificate will be awarded to the Horse who has received the Highest Score in the following Divisions: • Conformation Hunter – Green & High • 3'6" Amateur Owner Hunter • Performance Hunter – 3'3", 3'6", & High • Children’s Hunter • Green Hunter – 3', 3'3", 3'6", 3'9" • Adult Amateur Hunter • 3'3" Junior Hunter • Pony Hunter • 3'6" Junior Hunter • Children’s Pony Hunter • 3'3" Amateur Owner Hunter • Overall Award – Highest Score from all sections

SMARTPAK GRAND CHAMPION HUNTER AWARDS

A $50 SmartPak Gift Certificate will be awarded to the Horse who has accumulated the most points in the following Divisions: • Conformation Hunter – Green & High • 3'3" Amateur Owner Hunter (model points not to count) • 3'6" Amateur Owner Hunter • Performance Hunter – 3'3", 3'6", & High • Adult Amateur Hunter • Green Hunter – 3', 3'3", 3'6", 3'9" • Pony Hunter • 3'3" Junior Hunter • Children’s Pony Hunter • 3'6" Junior Hunter • Overall Award – Highest Total points • Children’s Hunter from all sections TIES – High Score ties to be broken by using the Handy Hunter Score; if Handy Hunter Round does not apply then awards to remain tied; Grand Champion ties to be broken by the total number of over fences points, if points are equal then awards to remain tied; Model Points not to count.


BLENHEIM EQUISPORTS 2019 CIRCUIT AWARDS

JUMPERS

Kastel Denmark 1.45m Junior/Amateur/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic Kastel Denmark Jacket Gift Certificate

Valencia Sport Saddlery 1.35m JR/Amateur/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic $250 Valencia Sport Saddlery Gift Certificate Antares Sellier 1.25m JR/Amateur/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic Antares Sellier “Spooner Saddle”

Marshall & Sterling Insurance 3'6" Amateur Owner Hunter Classic Custom Cooler & Branded Swag

HUNTERS

Callidae 3'3" Amateur Owner Hunter Classic $250 Callidae Gift Certificate American Horse Products 3'6" Junior Hunter Classic $375 American Horse Products Gift Certificate The Plaid Horse 3'3" Junior Hunter Classic The Plaid Horse Branded Swag

Romfh Equestrian Apparel 1.15m Adult Amateur Jumper Classic $250 Romfh Equestrian Apparel Gift Certificate One K Helmets 1.15m Children's Jumper Classic One K Helmet Gift Certificate Veredus 1.0m Low Children's/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic Full Set of Veredus Olympus Horse Boots Mary's Tack & Feed 1.20m Jumper Classic $350 in Branded Gift Certificates & merchandise

Horse Hair Analysis Adult Amateur Hunter Classic Horse Hair Analysis Gift Certificate & Swag Romfh Equestrian Apparel Children's Hunter Classic $250 Romfh Equestrian Apparel Gift Certificate American Horse Products Pony Hunter Classic $375 American Horse Products Gift Certificate

Weekly Classic Winners to receive sponsored product; Horse/Rider combination with the most points after the conclusion of the final Classic to receive the following Circuit Awards; Points calculated 15-9-6-3-2-1; Double Points for final Classic of the 2019 season; standings updated weekly online and on the Blenheim App – See Blenheim EquiSports Facebook Photo Galleries for pictures of weekly winners


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – Equitation Class Specifications UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED: Refer to the Tentative Time Schedules for specific scheduling; All age group classes that are USEF/ PCHA rated require three to compete for points to count; all others require two. A minimum of two over fences and one Flat class must be held for all age group sections/divisions to be considered complete and eligible for Champion & Reserve Champion honors. Champion & Reserve Champion title to be awarded to two of the four riders acquiring the most points over fences in each applicable section/division; only the top four riders to receive full points for flat classes; Points to determine awards are as follows: 10, 6, 4, 2, 1 & ½; Trophy & Ribbons 1 – 8 to be awarded; Refer to individual organizations for specific league, specs, rules, etc. Entry Fee: $50/class

EQUITATION 11 YRS & UNDER*

LIMIT EQUITATION

Fences 2’6”

Fences 2’9”

401, 402, 403 404

EQ 11 & Under O/F EQ 11 & Under Flat

425, 426, 427 428

Limit EQ O/F Limit EQ Flat

EQUITATION 12-14 YRS*

PONY EQUITATION

Fences 3’

Fences 2’3” (S); 2’6” (M); 2’9”(L); Classes not offered during Blenheim June Classic III

406, 407, 408 409

EQ 12-14 O/F EQ 12-14 Flat

*Offfered during Blenheim June Classic I, II, III & Red, White, Blue only

EQUITATION 14&U YRS Fences 2’6” (11&U); 3’ (12-14) Offered during Showpark Summer, Racing, & August Festival only 406, 407, 408 409

EQ 14&U O/F EQ 14&U Flat

EQUITATION 15-17 YRS Fences 3’3” 411, 412, 413 414

EQ 15-17 O/F EQ 15-17 Flat

EQUITATION 18 YRS & OVER Fences 3’ 431, 432*, 433 434

EQ 18 & O O/F EQ 18 & O Flat

GREEN RIDER EQUITATION Open to All Junior and Amateur Riders; however, Riders may only cross enter into Green Rider Hunter, Modified Child/Adult Hunter, Low Child/Adult Hunter; Short/Long Stirrup EQ/Hunter Fences 2’3” – 2’6” 460, 461, 462 464

Green Rider EQ O/F Green Rider EQ Flat

SHORT STIRRUP EQ OPPORTUNITY LONG STIRRUP EQ OPPORTUNITY Open to all Junior Riders 18&U, however, Riders may not show in classes where fences exceed 2’6”; Fences 2’ – 2’3” 450, 451, 452 454 455, 456, 457 458

Short Stirrup EQ Opportunity O/F Short Stirrup EQ Opportunity Flat Long Stirrup EQ Opportunity O/F Long Stirrup EQ Opportunity Flat

WALK/TROT EQ OPPORTUNITY Open to all Junior Riders 12 & U. Riders may only cross enter into Cross Pole Opportunity Hunter at the same show. 805, 807 806, 808

Walk – Trot EQ Opportunity Flat Walk – Trot EQ Opportunity Poles

440, 441 442

Pony EQ O/F Pony EQ Flat

MEDAL CLASSES Unless otherwise stated, all Medal classes require 3 to complete the first round/course; Click HERE for additional program information 500 – Onandarka Medal - 12&U; Fences 3’ 501 – CPHA Foundation – All Ages; Fences 3’3” 502 – NHSAA/ASPCA Maclay – 17&U; Fences 3’6” 503 – CPHA JR Medal – 17&U; Fences 3’6” 504 – Platinum Performance USEF Show Jumping Talent Search – 21&U; Fences 3’6” - 3’9”; 6 to Complete 505 – Dover/USEF Hunter Seat Medal – 17&U; Fences 3’6” 506 – USEF Adult Hunter Seat Medal – 18&O; Fences 3’3” 507 – Foxfield Medal Class – 18&O; Fences 3’3” 508 – PCHA Horsemanship – 14&U; Fences 3’3” 509 – PCHA Adult Medal – 35+; Fences 3’3” 510 – PCHA Adult Medal – 18-34; Fences 3’3” 511 – CPHA WCE JR/AM Medal – All Ages; Fences 3’6” 512 – OCHSA Horsemanship – All Ages; Fences 2’9” – 3’; 3 to Fill 513 – OCHSA EQ Medal – All Ages; Fences 3’ – 3’3”; 3 to Fill 514 – OCHSA 2’6” Medal – All Ages; Fences 2’6”; 3 to Fill 515 – NCEA Jr Medal – 17&U; Fences 3’3”; 1 to Fill 516 – WIHS Hunter & Jumper Phase – 17&U; Fences 3’6” 517 – THIS Children’s Medal – 17&U; Fences 3’; 1 to Fill 518 – Ariat Adult Medal – 18&O; Fences 3’; 1 to Fill 519 – Hamel Foundation NHS 3’3” Medal – 17&U; Fences 3’3” 520 – USHJA 3’3” Jumping Seat Medal – 17&U; Fences 3’3” 521 – WIHS Pony - 17&U; Fences – division height 522 – M&S USEF Pony – 17&U; Fences – division height 523 – CPHA Amateur – 18&O; Fences 3’6” 524 – LEGIS Mini Medal – All Ages; Fences 2’; 3 to Fill 525 – LEGIS Cornerstone Medal – All Ages; Fences 2’6”; 3 to Fill 526 – CPHA Child/Adult – All Ages; Fences 3’ 527 – CPHA Style of Riding – Fences 1.0m 528 – CPHA Horsemanship– All Ages; Fences 2’6” 529 – THIS ADULT MEDAL – 18+ Amateurs; Fences 3’ 531 – LEGIS Mousie Williams Medal – 12&U; Fences 2’9”; 3 to Fill 532 – LAHJA JR Medal – 17&U; Fences 3’3” – A category 533 – LAHJA SR Medal – 18&O; Fences 3’3” – A category


THE AMERICAN TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE EQUITATION CHALLENGE, presented by Whitethorne, LLC THIS IS AN EXHIBITION – NOT TO COUNT TOWARDS USEF / USHJA HOTY OR ZONE AWARDS

Judges: Diane Carney & Cynthia Hankins Technical Delegate & Course Designer: Karen Healey Mental Skills Coach: Tonya Johnston Three phase event, to be held during Blenheim June Classic 3 in the Grand Prix Ring • ENTRY & ELIGIBILITY: Open to all Junior and Amateur riders; Riders who have won a National Equitation Final at 3’6” or greater (USEF Medal Finals, ASPCA Maclay Finals, USEF Show Jumping Talent Search, WIHS Championships) are only eligible to audit for a fee of $175 (if space permits); Entry Fee: $300 per person payable to Blenheim EquiSports • COURSES: Fences 3'3"; • SCHOOLING: USEF / USHJA Equitation Task Force Schooling Rules apply 30mins prior to the start and throughout each jumping phase; The same horse must be used in both over fences phases. • MANDATORY RIDER/TRAINER MEETING – TUESDAY, JUNE 18 AT 9:00AM by Pony Espresso • CLASS #800 - PHASE ONE – DAY ONE (TUESDAY, JUNE 18 AT 10:30AM): Over fences format using open numerical scoring system; two judges delivering one score; course to consist of Equitation Type Course using fences and track similar to a National Final with fences set at 3'3". Judges are paired with a scribe who keeps track of Judges’ comments on a comment card which is to be given to competitor 30 minutes prior to the evening Forum. Order of Go – Random Draw; • PHASE TWO – DAY ONE (TUESDAY, JUNE 18 AT 5:30PM): Mandatory participation by riders and trainers for an evening social & video presentation featuring: "Equitation – an American Tradition of Excellence" followed by a Q&A between the judges, trainers, and riders. Presentation by Mental Skills Coach, Tonya Johnston, also included. Location: The RitzCarlton, Laguna Niguel. Check in will be required by both the trainer and rider and will be open for 30 mins prior to the start of the Forum; All Trainers will also be required to submit a 1099 upon check in. • PHASE THREE – DAY TWO (WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 AT 8:00AM): All riders from Phase One who received a score are invited to compete in Phase Three (second over fences round) – upon reverse order of score. Riders who were eliminated in PHASE ONE are invited to participate in PHASE THREE, however the score received not to count towards awards; Over fences format using open numerical scoring system; two Judges delivering one score. Course to consist of Equitation Type Course using fences and track similar to a National Final with fences set at 3'3". Judges are paired with a scribe who keeps track of Judges’ comments on a comment card which will be given to competitor upon completion of the Final Phase in the Horse Show Office. Phase One and Phase Three (second over fences round) Scores added together for final score; Additional Testing of the Top 6; Work-off scored using a numerical scoring system, however not to be announced - only noted along with the Judges' comment card and will be added to the Phase One and Phase Three score for a total final score. • PRESS CONFERENCE TO FOLLOW: All Work-off Riders & Judges required to attended – all invited. • AWARDS: Cooler, Pewter, and Ribbons awarded 1st place through 12th – $10,000 cash prize to winning trainer – Butet Saddle to winner; ADDITIONAL BUTET PRODUCTS TO 2ND & 3RD; • ADDITIONAL AWARDS: provided by TredStep, EquiFit, & Noelle Floyd • CLASS #701 WARM-UP – MONDAY, JUNE 17 AT 1:30PM: Open to all registered riders and trainers of the Whitethorne Equitation Challenge – riders may compete more than one horse, however must declare which horse they are competing by the end of the warm up class; Proper Attire required; Posted order; To jump the designated course set at 3’3” with a time allowed of 90 seconds; 3 refusals eliminates rider; riders must warm up in the designated warm up area – USEF / USHJA Equitation Task Force Schooling Rules apply; $75.00


BLENHEIM EQUISPORTS 2019 ADDITIONAL AWARDS

FEI Gold Tour Leading Rider Award, presented by Club Hípico La Silla Leading Young Hunter Award, presented by Horseflight Markel Insurance Jumper Series Leading Rider Awards, presented by Soleá Equestrian Hunter, Grand Prix/FEI Jumper Winning Rider Awards, presented by Roeckl Sports Gloves & SmartPak Winning Hunter Owner Awards, presented by Balmoral Farm - Traci & Carleton Brooks and H.E. Tex Sutton Forwarding Company Highest Placing Amateur Rider – Hunter Derby, presented by The Plaid Horse Highest Placing Junior Rider – Hunter Derby, presented by barnstyle High Score Small, Medium, and Large Pony – Pony Derby, presented by Makoto Farm Winning Hunter Groom Awards, presented by Makoto Farm USHJA Green Hunter Incentive Winning Rider Awards, presented by Valencia Sport Saddlery Winning Trainer Awards, presented by Nick Byassee & Blue Ribbon Blankets

CHIP IN FOR CHARITY Blenheim EquiSports is proud to continue the Chip in for Charity program, where class winners who receive a "charity chip" have the choice of redeeming a first place prize OR donating the $5 value to any one of the six chosen charities: Red Bucket Equine Rescue, San Juan Capistrano Equestrian Coalition, Park Place Foundation, Thrive Animal Rescue, the CPHA Foundation, and the USET Foundation. And the Wasserman Foundation is generously offering to match all donations made this year! More details on the program can be found at showpark.com and in the Horse Show Office.


2019 Blenheim Summer Series, FEI 2* Specs - Showpark Racing Festival Entries must be made by the Athlete’s Federation through the FEI Entry System. In addition, entries for the FEI Division must be on the FEI Entry Blank. Please refer to the official FEI Definite Schedule for fees, rules and regulations regarding the FEI Division. FEI DIVISION ENTRY FEE (Maximum THREE horses per rider) 1st Horse – 1650 USD, 2nd Horse – 900 USD, 3rd Horse – 300 USD (Total $2850 USD for 3 horses) and includes start fees, horse stall, drug administration, & association fees; hay and shavings are not included; FEI Tack stalls are available for $275 each; Each FEI rider to receive one VIP/Medal Club Pass for the week, commencing Wednesday, July 24, 8:00am through end of day, Sunday, July 28, 2018. All horses entered in Competitions 821, 822 and 823 must be stabled in secure stabling and must be present for Veterinary Inspections Tuesday, July 23, 2019 @ 2pm; Stabling opens Monday, July 22 @ noon; Each rider will receive 5 credentials for access to the secured stabling area.

Ground Jury: Jack Robson, USA, President Charlotte Skinner Robson, USA, Member TBA – Member TBA – Foreign Judge FEI Veterinary Delegate: Carrie Schlachter

Chief FEI Steward Sarah Roskilly, POR Assistant Stewards: George Chatigny, USA Diana Gatchalian, USA Robin Serfass, USA TBA Course Designer: Anderson Lima, MEX

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FEI CSI 2* COMPETITIONS – Showpark Racing Festival GOLD TOUR CLASS #821 – $1,500 CSI 2* 1.40m GOLD TOUR POWER & SPEED: Wednesday, July 24, 2019 – Competition in Two Phases, Article 274.5.2; Riders may have up to two horses. Prize money will be distributed as listed in the FEI Schedule. CLASS #822 – $36,000 CSI 2* 1.45m GOLD TOUR SPEED STAKE: Thursday, July 25, 2019 Competition against the clock, Article 238.2.1; Qualifier for the Grand Prix, Class #823; Riders may have up to two horses; Prize money will be distributed as listed in the FEI Schedule. This competition counts for the Longines Ranking Group D & is a Rolex/USEF Certified Grand Prix, #19172 CLASS #823 – $75,000 CSI 2* GOLD TOUR GRAND PRIX: Saturday, July 27, 2019 - Competition against the clock with jump-off, Article 238.2.2 - In the event of equality of penalties for first place, there will be one jump-off against the clock; Riders may have one horse (two if less than 30 declared starters). Prize money will be distributed as listed in the FEI Schedule. This competition counts for the Longines Ranking Group C & is a Rolex/USEF Certified Grand Prix, #19172


2019 Blenheim Summer Series, FEI 2* Specs - Showpark August Festival Entries must be made by the Athlete’s Federation through the FEI Entry System. In addition, entries for the FEI Division must be on the FEI Entry Blank. Please refer to the official FEI Definite Schedule for fees, rules and regulations regarding the FEI Division. FEI DIVISION ENTRY FEE (Maximum THREE horses per rider): 1st Horse – 1650 USD, 2nd Horse – 900 USD, 3rd Horse – 300 USD (Total $2850 USD for 3 horses) and includes start fees, horse stall, drug administration, & association fees; hay and shavings are not included; FEI Tack stalls are available for $275 each; Each FEI rider to receive one VIP/Medal Club Pass for the week, commencing Wednesday, July 31, 8:00am through end of day, Sunday, August 5, 2019. All horses entered in Competitions 821, 823 and 823 must be stabled in secure stabling and must be present for Veterinary Inspections Tuesday, July 30, 2019 @ 2:00pm; Stabling opens Monday, July 29 @ noon; Each rider will receive 5 credentials for access to the secured stabling area.

Ground Jury: Jack Robson, USA, President Charlotte Skinner Robson, USA, Member Janet Fall, Member TBA, Foreign Judge FEI Veterinary Delegate: Dr. Anne McCabe

Chief FEI Steward Debbie Sands, USA Assistant Stewards: Sarah Roskilly, POR Penny Carpenter, USA Robin Serfass, USA TBA Course Designer: Ivan Tagle, ARG

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FEI CSI 2* COMPETITIONS – Showpark August Festival GOLD TOUR CLASS #821 – $1,500 CSI 2* 1.40m GOLD TOUR POWER & SPEED: Wednesday, July 31, 2019 – Competition in Two Phases, Article 274.5.2; Riders may have up to two horses. Prize money will be distributed as listed in the FEI Schedule. CLASS #822 – $35,000 CSI 2* 1.45m GOLD TOUR SPEED STAKE: Thursday, August 1, 2019 Competition against the clock, Article 238.2.1; Qualifier for the Grand Prix, #823; Riders may have up to two horses; Qualifier for the Grand Prix, Class #823; Prize money will be distributed as listed in the FEI Schedule. This competition counts for the Longines Ranking Group D & is a Rolex/USEF Certified Grand Prix, #19171. CLASS #823 – $35,500 CSI 2* 1.45m GOLD TOUR GRAND PRIX: Saturday, August 3, 2019 Competition against the clock with jump-off, Article 238.2.2 - In the event of equality of penalties for first place, there will be one jump-off against the clock; Riders may have one horse (two if less than 30 declared starters). Prize money will be distributed as listed in the FEI Schedule. This competition counts for the Longines Ranking Group C & is a Rolex/USEF Certified Grand Prix, #19171.


Join the Blenheim EquiSports 2019 VIP Medal Club The Blenheim EquiSports VIP Medal Club is the ideal place to spend time off the horse. From hot coffee and a continental breakfast spread in the morning to a catered lunch each day of the horse show week, dining tables as well as comfy couches await competitors, trainers, owners, family and friends. Medal Club Members can watch the horse show action in three grass fields. An unmatched west coast horse show amenity, Members can also watch TV, go online, read magazines or simply relax.

Open Each Show Day at 7:30am • San Juan Capistrano Sunday Brunch Served 10:00am – 2:00pm

GOLD MEDAL LEVEL – $34,200 Eight Season passes for the VIP Medal Club Four VIP parking spaces PLATINUM LEVEL – $2,850 per additional Gold Medal Level Guest

SILVER MEDAL LEVEL – $26,600 Six Season passes for the VIP Medal Club Two VIP parking spaces

BRONZE MEDAL LEVEL – $19,400 Four Season passes for the VIP Medal Club One VIP parking space

JUNIOR MEDAL LEVEL – $7,950 Two Season passes for the VIP Medal Club

WEEKLY MEMBERSHIP – $425

PER PERSON

Privileges are offered at all Blenheim horse shows and selected Showpark horse shows during the 2019 season. Pricing above reflects a cash, check, or money order payment discount - credit cards are accepted, with an additional 3% fee.

BLENHEIM EQUISPORTS MEDAL CLUB APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT SHOWPARK.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT MELISSA BRANDES, VP OF MARKETING 949.234.1695 • MELISSBRANDES@AOL.COM


2019 Blenheim Summer Series – USEF Jumper Class Specifications UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED: Refer to the Tentative Time Schedules for scheduling & tables; Management reserves the right to change tables in all jumper classes with adequate notice to exhibitors. JUMPER NOMINATING & HORSE RECORDING: Horses entered in any classes offered at 1.30m or above that pay prize money must pay a $75 nominating fee; All horses must be recorded with the USHJA and any change of a recorded horse’s name and/or ownership MUST be recorded with the USEF in accordance with JP 100. Young Jumpers, if only showing in age restricted classes, plus one additional non-prize money class, are exempt from all Nominating Fees; ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible to compete, all entries must be properly registered and recorded with the Show Office and unless otherwise stated, all competition declarations must be made by 5:00pm (or ½ hour after the last class, whichever occurs first) the day prior to each competition. COMPETITION JUMPING ORDERS: Competitions in the Jumper Rings will be assigned by Management a specific start and end time; competitions held at the same height and listed together on the time schedule will be run concurrently. Per JP 112, Management will institute a Posted Order to determine the Start Order for all Grand Prix and competitions held in the Grand Prix Ring, all competitions $5000 or greater, plus the highest placing money class per section; Management may also institute a Posted Order to determine the Start Order for all other jumping competitions. Failure to enter the ring within one minute after an audible signal to proceed is given incurs elimination. If a Management determined Posted Order is not implemented all jumping orders will be conducted using the Exhibitor Sign Up method which allows all entries properly entered the option to sign up for a competition time slot/jumping position via online from 6:00pm - 5:00am prior thru Showpark.com and the Blenheim App OR in person using the official signup sheets at the tent by the main food stand from 6:30am - 7:30am prior. Entries failing to make their scheduled time slot/jumping position within one minute of their scheduled start time may be allowed to compete at the discretion of the Paddock Steward if a time slot becomes available and only if the entry competes prior to the proposed competition end time. Entries failing to sign up for time slot/start position will not be allowed to compete unless authorization is granted by the Technical Coordinator or Show Management. Riders and trainers who have conflicts due to jumping positions commencing at the same time in multiple rings are required to consult the Paddock Steward or Technical Coordinator prior to the start time of the competition(s) in question so that necessary adjustments can be made in the jumping order to accommodate said conflicts. TACK (Per JP 111): Martingales – When used in a conventional manner, No restrictions for classes offered at 1.30m or below; only running martingales permitted for all classes above 1.30m and ALL YOUNG HORSE CLASSES. Draw Reins/German Martingales – May only be used when schooling or in classes with no prize money that are offered at 1.20m or below. Ponies may not be ridden by a Junior rider in draw reins or German martingales at any time. No other head set devices (chambon, etc.) are permitted in any class, Exception: Irish martingales are permitted in all classes; Boots – Young Jumpers – see JP116; All others: The total maximum weight of equipment allowed to be added to a Horse’s leg, front or hind (single or multiple boots, fetlock rings, etc), is 500 grams or 17.637 ounces (shoe excluded). Failure to comply will incur disqualification. ATTIRE (Per JP 111): ALL Grand Prix, Classics, and Young Jumper Classics/Qualifiers: “Formal”; Grand Prix Ring: “Proper” for all classes unless otherwise stated: Riding jackets of any color required; Light colored breeches required; Shirts, light in color, must be tucked in and fastened at the top of the neck; Ties or chokers of any color must be worn (unless the shirt, by design, has the choker built in for its intended use); Boots required, half chaps with matching paddock boots permitted. All Other Jumper Rings: “Standard” for all classes unless otherwise stated: Riding jackets are NOT required; Breeches required, any color allowed; Shirts must be SOLID in color, tucked in, and must have a collar and sleeves. IN CASE OF INCLEMENT or EXTREME WEATHER, jackets (other than riding) or sweaters must be SOLID in color and are ONLY ALLOWED TO BE WORN if permission is given by the JUDGE(s) and/or MANAGEMENT and MUST be asked ahead of time. TIED STIRRUPS are PROHIBITED. All entries must use the official competition number assigned and issued by the Show Office; substitute competition numbers issued by none other than the Show Office may be considered in-valid and may result in a score of elimination; All entries competing without a competition number will receive a score of elimination. COURSES: Time allowed calculated using 350m/minute (325m/minute for Pony, Children’s, & A/A) otherwise indicated on course map. JUMPER SCHOOLING: Jumper schooling must be conducted in designated schooling areas only. Schooling inside the jumper competition arenas is prohibited at all times. No poling or offsets allowed; safety cups must be used in the proper manner; All jumps must be properly flagged. Violations of schooling regulations may be considered cause for FINES and/or ELIMINATION and can be instituted by the official schooling supervisor, Paddock Steward, official USEF Steward or any member of management should the situation arise. NATURAL OBSTACLE SCHOOLING: Available during the Blenheim Summer Classic II & III Horse Show on the Blenheim Derby Field for $75/round. Entries will be given four minutes to school the grob, water jump and bank. Entries will be eliminated after four refusals. No outside assistance will be allowed inside the arena. See specifications in the horse show office for more details. Sign up using the Official Entry Form – Class 700. AWARDS/PRIZE MONEY/CHAMPIONS & RESERVE CHAMPION (Per JP 108 & 110): Unless otherwise stated, three must compete in order for points to count for all USEF/PCHA recognized classes; two must compete in order for points to count for all non-recognized classes. All Classes offering more than $500 in prize money to award one ribbon/placing for every FOUR starters with a minimum of 8 ribbons to be awarded; last place to be awarded a minimum of the class start fee. All other classes to award 8 ribbons unless otherwise stated. Champion and Reserve Champion title will be awarded to the two horses which have acquired the most points in the .65m/.70m, .80m, .90m, 1.00m, 1.10m, 1.15m, 1.20m, 1.25m, 1.30m, 1.35m, 1.40m, Low Children’s, Low Adult Amateur; Children’s, Adult Amateur, 1.20m JR/AO/AM, 1.30m JR/AO, and 1.40m JR/AO Jumper Divisions. Awards are determined using 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, ½ for all classes per division, including corresponding Classics. Should there be a tie for any one award the placing in the corresponding Classic will break all ties. To be considered for an award, all divisions must hold a minimum of three classes per division, not including the corresponding classic. If a division should hold more than three classes, all classes to count towards the show championship. Prize Money awarded in each jumper section will count towards respective USEF Horse of the Year Awards.


NON-NOMINATED “METER” JUMPERS

1.20m JR/AO/AMATEUR JUMPERS presented by iJump Sports

Entry Fee: $60/class 285,286,287,288

.70m Jumpers

281,282,283,284

.80m Jumpers

215,216,217,218,219

.90m Jumpers presented by FarmVet

221,222,223,224, 241,242,243,244

1.0m Jumpers presented by Master Surfaces

225,226,227,228,240

1.10m Jumpers

229,230,231,232

1.15m Jumpers presented by Bad to the Bone

250,251,252,253

1.20m Jumpers presented by Equ Lifestyle Boutique

260,261,262

1.25m Jumpers

Fences: 1.20m; Entry Fee: $60/class See USEF JP 117 for cross entry restrictions; 330,331,332

1.20m JR/AO/AM Jumpers

YOUNG JUMPERS See USEF JP 116 for Young Jumper Rules/Specs Fences: 1.0m/1.05m (Five Year Old) – 1.20m after July 1 Fences: 1.15m/1.20m (Six Year Old) – 1.30m after July 1 Fences: 1.30m (Seven Year Old) – 1.30m – 1.35m Entry Fee: $0/class; No Nominating Fees-Reduced Stall Fee 265,266

Young Jumpers – Five Year Olds

267,268

Young Jumpers – Six Year Olds

263,264

Young Jumpers – Seven Year Olds

LOW CHILDREN’S JUMPERS See USHJA Zone 10 specs for cross entry restrictions Fences: 1.0m; Entry Fee: $60/class

NOMINATED “METER” JUMPERS

270,271,272

Entry Fee: $60/class + $75/horse nominating fee Prize Money: $250/class + $20 added/horse

Low Children’s Jumpers

LOW ADULT AMATEUR JUMPERS See USHJA Zone 10 specs for cross entry restrictions Fences: 1.0m; Entry Fee: $60/class 273,274,275

300,301,302

1.30m Jumpers presented by Horseflight

315,316,317

1.35m Jumpers presented by Horse Hair Analysis

Low Adult Amateur Jumpers

CHILDREN’S JUMPERS

Entry Fee: $65/class + $75/horse nominating fee Prize Money: $300/class + $20 added/horse 305,306,307

See USHJA Zone 10 specs for cross entry restrictions Fences: 1.10m; Entry Fee: $60/class 200,201,202

Children’s Jumpers

ADULT AMATEUR JUMPERS

1.40m Jumpers presented by Hygain

Entry Fee: $75/class + $75/horse nominating fee Prize Money: $500/class + $25 added/horse 310

1.45m Jumpers

presented by Solea Equestrian See USHJA Zone 10 specs for cross entry restrictions Fences: 1.0m; Entry Fee: $60/class 205,206,207

Adult Amateur Jumpers

Fences 1.05m; Entry Fee: $60/class; Held during BES June Classic I, II, III & Red/White/Blue only Pony Jumpers

MODIFIED CHILD/ADULT AMATEUR JUMPERS Fences .90m; Entry Fee: $60/class; Not held during June Classic I & 2 295,296,297

presented by Voltaire Design Entry Fee: $60/class + $75/horse nominating fee Prize Money: $250/class + $20 added/horse See USEF JP 117 for cross entry restrictions

PONY JUMPERS

290,291,292

1.30m JR/AO/AMATEUR JUMPERS

Modified Child/Adult Amateur Jumpers

373,374,375

1.30m JR/AO/AM Jumpers

1.40m JR/AO/AMATEUR JUMPERS presented by Roeckl Sports Entry Fee: $65/class + $75/horse nominating fee Prize Money: $300/class + $20 added/horse See USEF JP 117 for cross entry restrictions 322,323,324

1.40m JR/AO/AM Jumpers


North American League The NAL hosts year-end championships at two of the nation’s most prestigious horse shows West Coast Finals at International Jumping Festival San Juan Capistrano, CA September 18-22, 2019 and

National Finals at Pennsylvania National Horse Show Harrisburg, PA October 10-19, 2019

Low Junior/Amateur Jumper Presented by HorseFlight Adult Jumper Presented by SmartPak Children’s Jumper Presented by EquiFit

Join the NAL before competing in NAL classes at any horse show to ensure your eligibility to receive valuable points. The NAL hosts classes at more than 600 horse shows across the US and Canada.

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2019 Blenheim Summer Series – USEF Jumper Classic & Grand Prix Specifications UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED: Refer to the Tentative Time Schedules for specific scheduling & tables – not every classic is offered during each horse show; Management reserves the right to change tables in all jumper classes with adequate notice to exhibitors; ELIGIBILITY: Low Children’s/Adult; Children’s; Adult; .90m Junior/Amateur; 1.20m JR/AM/AO; 1.25m JR/AO; 1.35m JR/AO & 1.45m JR/AO Jumper Classics – Open to riders who have entered and shown in at least ONE jumper class in respective section at the same show. All other Classics – no eligibility requirements; DECLARATION: All entries MUST be declared by the closing of entries the day prior to competition; Horses declared after such time will be considered post entries, and if space and permission permits will be charged a $25 post entry fee and automatically be placed first in the order of go; Classics that do not have three or more entries declared by the end of business the day prior will be combined if possible or will be cancelled; $50 same day scratch fee applies; ORDER OF GO: Jump Orders will be drawn/supervised by the USEF Steward and posted by approximately 6:45AM the day of the Highlight Class/Classic; AWARDS/PRIZE MONEY: $5000 or less: Trophy to first; ribbons thru eighth and prize money divided out as follows: 25%, 15%, 13%, 12%, 10%, 9%, 8%, 8%; $10,000 or greater: Trophy to first; ribbons thru 12th & prize money divided out as follows: 30%, 22%, 15%, 10%, 7%, 6%, 5%, 5%. The top five horses and riders will be required to return for the awards presentation; FORMAT: Classics & Grand Prix events run as Table II, Sec 2(a) – Time First Jump-Off; Ties to jump off for first place; ATTIRE (See JP 111): All Classics and Grand Prix events – “Formal”

$500 - $10,000 JUMPER CLASSICS 386 -- .90m MODIFIED CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $40 380 – 1.0m Veredus LOW CHILDREN’S/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $40; Prize Money: $500 385 – 1.05m PONY JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $40 359 – 1.10m JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $80; Prize Money: $1000 356 – 1.20m Mary’s Tack & Feed JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $160; Prize Money: $2000 353 – 1.15m One K Helmets CHILDREN’S JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $80; Prize Money: $1000 ^ 358 – 1.15m Romfh Equestrian Apparel ADULT AMATEUR JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $80; Prize Money: $1000 ^ 355 – 1.35m Valencia Sport Saddlery JR/AO/AMATEUR JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $160; Prize Money: $2000 ^ ^ - Qualifiers for the NAL Children’s, Adult Amateur, and Junior/Amateur Jumper Finals – West Coast Final to be held during Blenheim International Jumping Festival, September 18 – 22, 2019 371 – 1.25m Antares Sellier JR/AO/AMATEUR JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $120; Prize Money: $1500 352 – 1.30m Antares Sellier JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $250, Prize Money: $5000 352 – 1.35m Antares Sellier JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $250, Prize Money: $5000 352 – 1.35m Antares Sellier JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $350, Prize Money: $10,000 352 – 1.40m Antares Sellier JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $250, Prize Money: $5,000 356 – 1.35m BES Developmental Jumper Series JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $200; Prize Money: $5000 – open to horses who have not yet competed in more than two National Grand Prix or higher in the current show season; Click HERE for specs; Qualifier for the BES Developmental Jumper Series Final to be held during Showpark All Seasons, Aug 28 – Sep 1, 2019 307 – 1.40m OPEN JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $250; Prize Money: $5000 350 – 1.45m Kastel Denmark JR/AO/AMATEUR JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $250; Prize Money: $5000 +Qualifiers for the Hollowbrook Wealth Management / Show Jumping Hall of Fame JR/AO Jumper Finals – West Coast Final to be held during Blenheim International Jumping Festival, September 18 – 22, 2019 309 – 1.45m BES U25 JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $150; Prize Money: $2500 - to be run in conjunction with select Markel Grand Prix events - Click HERE for Program Info/spec, etc 999 – INDEPENDENCE DAY PAIRS RELAY COSTUME CLASS (to be held during Blenheim Red, White & Blue Classic only) ENTRY FEE: $50 per team; FORMAT: One Round Timed Pairs Competition – Fastest Time wins; 14 total fences - Fences 1 – 7 set at 1.10m; Fences 8 – 14 set at 1.10m; Time commences once Rider 1 crosses start line and concludes once Rider 2 crosses finish line. Rider One jumps fences 1 – 7; upon landing from Fence 7, Rider Two jumps fences 8 – 14. Scoring: Rail = 4 seconds added; 1st Refusal = time taken; 2nd Refusal (in the same phase) = Elimination; Rider Two jumping Fence 8 before Rider 1 lands from Jumping Fence 7 = 5 seconds added; Off Course = Elimination; Fall of Horse/Rider = Elimination. Ribbons 1 – 8; Trophy to winning Team; Prizes to Best Team Costume.


YOUNG JUMPER CLASSICS, presented by Fairbanks Valley Farm; Qualifiers for the 2019 $45,000 Blenheim EquiSports/West Coast Young Jumper Series Finals Prize Money: 30%, 22%,15%,10%,7%,6%,5%,5%; Order of Go – Drawn 360 – 5YR OLD YOUNG JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $0; Prize Money: $500; Fence Height – 1.10m to 1.15m; 1.20m after July 1; T/A – 325 meters/minute Table II – blue ribbons to all tied for first place; Table II, 2(b) after July 1 361 – 6YR OLD YOUNG JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $0; Prize Money: $750; Fence Height – 1.20m to 1.25m; 1.30m after July 1; Table II 2(b) 362 – 7YR OLD YOUNG JUMPER CLASSIC, Entry Fee: $0; Prize Money: $1000; Fence Height – 1.30m to 1.35m; Table II 2(b)

MARKEL INSURANCE 1.45m GRAND PRIX, Qualifiers for the 2019 Markel Insurance Jumper Series Finals – to be held during Las Vegas National, November 12-17, 2019 Prize Money: 30%, 22%, 13%, 8%, 6%, 5%, 4%, 3%, 3%, 2%, 2%, 2%; Entry Fee: $500 w/ $50 of each entry to be allocated to FINALS pay-out; Order of Go – Drawn; all horses must be on grounds 24hours prior; Fences – American Standard Time Allowed – 375m per minute USHJA Show Jumping List Ranked

370 - $25,000 Markel Insurance 1.45m GRAND PRIX – to be held during BES June Classic I, II, III, Red/White, Blue & Showpark Summer Festival


Blenheim June Classics I, II, III; Red, White & Blue Classic;

#5635,2445,6819,5281,

USEF Competition Name: Showpark Racing, Summer, August Festivals USEF#: 314704, 5636,4936 Competition Division(s) and Rating(s): “A” Rated - Green & High Perf. Conf.; Green, Performance, Junior, Amateur-Owner, Pony, Young Hunter; “C” Rated Hunter Breeding, Children’s & Adult Hunter; Level “4” Jumper (FEI CSI 2* Showpark Racing & August Festivals)

USEF SAFE SPORT TRAINING REQUIREMENT Starting January 1, 2019, if you are a USEF Competing Member 18 years of age or older you are required to complete the core Safe Sport Training within 30 days of activating your membership. If you do not complete the training, you are ineligible to participate in all USEF activities including competitions. TAKE the SAFE SPORT TRAINING at USEF.org by logging into your member dashboard.


Rules & General Information EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT US EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH USEF Membership Statement: The 2019 Blenheim June Classic I, II, III & Red, White, & Blue Horse Shows and the Showpark Racing, Summer, and August Festival Horse Shows are covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF Rule Book (GR901.9) and will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith. 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 non-member 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 $45 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 (exception: Friesian performance FR218) 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. Federation Entry Agreement: Per USEF GR 908: 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 Blenheim Summer Classics I, II & III and Red, White, & Blue Classic; and Showpark Summer, Racing, and August Festival (the “Competition”). I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this Competition to the following: I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while at the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at this competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank and all terms and provisions of this Prize List. If I am signing and submitting this Agreement electronically, I acknowledge that my electronic signature shall have the same validity, force and effect as if I affixed my signature by my own hand.


1. ENTRY PROCEDURE: Entry to the competition & Stall Reservations are due by 5:00pm on the Closing Day of each published competition and MUST include the following to be considered “on time” & “received”: • stall payment; • ALL horse, rider, trainer, and owner information, including a valid social security number assigned to the payee for all prize money collected; • signatures by all responsible parties. • All entry and stall reservations are accepted via mail or via fax and must include both sides of the entry blank; entry blanks displaying only the front page will not be accepted. • Upon arrival at the competition, in order to compete, all competitors or their agents must obtain the official show number at the show office; show numbers will not be issued until all information required is obtained and a signed open check or valid credit card is on file with the show office. Payment procedure as follows: • Credit Cards – All Credit Card transactions will be processed according to the standard published rates listed in the Retail Price List - available by request or online at showpark.com. Those rates do not reflect the 3% discount received if paying by cash, check or money order. If paying by credit card, upon receipt of the entry blank, Horse Show Management will charge the credit card for the Competition deposit fees and stall fees. Credit cards shall be presented to Horse Show Management in the office before or at the time of close out. If such card is not presented or an alternative method of payment is not made, Rider/Trainer/Owner agrees that Horse Show Management is authorized to charge the credit card pursuant to the information contained in the entry blank at the conclusion of the Competition. • Cash, Check, Money Order Payments – The rates in this Prize List reflect the 3% discount received if paying by cash, check or money order. If paying by check, cash, or money order please submit the required payment, made payable to BES, with a complete entry blank for each showing or non-showing entry, on or by the published Closing Dates for each respective show to the following address for processing: 7668 El Camino Real, Suite 104–#501, Carlsbad, CA 92009. • Closing Date of Entries & Stall Reservations: Blenheim June Classic I – May 13, Blenheim June Classic II – May 20, Blenheim June Classic III – May 27; Blenheim Red, White, & Blue Classic – June 3, Showpark Racing Festival – June 24, Showpark Summer Festival – July 1, Showpark August Festival – July 8 2. ADDITIONAL NON-USEF/USHJA REQUIRED PER COMPETITION FEES: • Late Entry Fees: If space permits, once accepted, all post-entries will be accessed a late entry fee of $50/competition. A post entry is an entry received after the closing date/competition through 5:00pm the Sunday prior to the competition week in question. • Same Competition Late Entry Fees: If space permits, once accepted, all same competition post entries will be accessed a late entry fee of $75. A same competition late entry is an entry received the Monday or Tuesday prior to and during the competition week in consideration. • Nomination/Per Horse Entry Fee: All entries must pay a $50 Nomination/Horse Fee per competition. Young Hunters & Young Jumper entries are exempt from this fee and may also compete in the official Young Hunter Warm Up and one other non-prize money jumper class courtesy of Management at no additional class or Horse Nomination Fee. • All entries competing in Jumper Classes held at 1.30m or above must pay an additional $75 Jumper Nomination Fee/competition. • All entries must pay a Facility Fee of $75/competition. • A one-time Grounds Fee of $55/competition will be assessed to all entries who compete without reserving a stall. • A Haul-In Fee of $55/day/competition will be assessed to all entries who compete without reserving a stall and who trailer-in to compete. • Stall Door Removal - $100/stall/competition • Illegal Dumping - $100/infraction 3. COMPETITION NUMBERS: All entries must use the official competition number assigned and issued by the Show Office; substitute competition numbers issued by none other than the Show Office may be considered in-valid and may result in a score of elimination. All entries competing without a competition number will receive a score of elimination. 4. POST ENTRIES/ADDS & SCRATCHES: All declarations, adds and/or scratches to the competition entry must be done by 5:00pm (or ½ hour after the last class, whichever occurs first) the day prior to the competition in question. See Hunter & Jumper Class & Classic Specifications for further eligibility information. See Rules #1 & #2 for fee information. Entries found competing in competitions/classes without being properly entered will be charged a $15 penalty plus twice the regular entry fee/infraction; Classics scratched on the same day will be assessed a $50 fee.


5. REFUNDS: On or before the closing day of entries, full refunds will be given. After the closing day of entries, STALL FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED. After the competition starts, with the official show vet’s certificate only, entry refunds will be given, minus a $50 scratch fee and fees for competitions held prior to notification at the Show Office, where exhibited or not. For competing entries there is no fee to scratch a competition/class as long as notification has been made in the show office prior to the start of the scratched competition/class. Should management have to cancel competitions/classes/divisions that cannot be rescheduled due to inclement weather and/or any other emergency or unforeseen situation there are no refunds on entry & stall fees & of any other fees of any kind. 6. ADD BACKS: In classes with add backs, prize money is computed from the number of horses that actually show. 7. PRIZE MONEY: Prize money will pay thru 5th place – 30%, 25%, 20%, 15%, 10%. Grand Prix, Feature Competitions, & Classics – see Class specifications. Prize money checks will be made payable to the owner listed on the entry blank and will be mailed within 30 days of the conclusion of the show. NO PRIZE MONEY WILL BE MAILED UNLESS THE PAYEE'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER AND COMPLETE ADDRESS IS LISTED ON THE ENTRY BLANK. Prize money won by foreign competitors: Be advised that the U.S. Internal Revenue Service requires sporting events to withhold 30% of prize money won in the United States. Foreign competitors should apply for a U.S. Social Security number and will be asked to complete form 8283 or complete a W-8 Certificate of Foreign Status form. 8. MANAGEMENT: The Horse Show Management reserves the right to itself to interpret all questions and conditions in regard to or arising out of or incident to the show without claims for damages or recourse of any kind. All questions not covered in these rules and regulations shall be decided by the Horse Show Management and their decision is final. The Horse Show Management reserves to itself the right to refuse, accept conditionally, or to cancel any entries, disqualify riders or exhibitors, prohibit claim damages; to change any course, to cancel or combine any unfilled classes, or to reschedule classes, after due notice to exhibitors; to change rings or rotate judges, and to change specifications in jumper classes 9. CONDITION OF ENTRY: Every horse entered for competition will be under the control of Horse Show Management but the Horse Show Management will, in no case, be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur, and it shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Horse Show (competition) and its officials, employees, directors, officers, Blenheim EquiSports Management Company, LLC, Blenheim Facility Management, and sponsoring entities harmless for any loss or accident to his/her horse, horses, employees or equipment which may occur from sickness, fire or other cause. ASSUMPTION OF RISK: By signing the entry blank, the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Longeur acknowledges that horseback riding, particularly jumping, is a dangerous activity and involves inherent risks that may cause serious injury and in some cases death because of the unpredictable nature and irrational behavior of horses, regardless of their training and past performance and expressly assumes all such inherent risks whether identified herein, in the entry blank or in the Federation Rules and Regulations. A horse, without warning or any apparent cause, can buck, stumble, fall, rear, bite, kick, run, make unpredictable movements, spook, jump obstacles, step on a person’s foot, or push a person--all of which may cause the rider or observer to fall or be jolted, resulting in serious injury or death. A horse may also become loose and cause injury to an observer or rider or to another horse – a loose horse can run at full gallop in a panic and run into objects or persons or other horses. The Show Ground Facilities are bordered by highways/roads and thus noise from traffic and other sources occurs that can and will cause a horse to unexpectedly spook or react quickly. The Show Ground Facilities contain roads and driveways that are traversed by cars, golf carts, tractors, trailers and heavy equipment all of which may spook a horse. The above warnings and risks are meant as an example of some of the risks that are inherent and may be encountered but it is agreed this is not an exhaustive list and there are numerous additional conditions and/or events that may result in injuries while participating in the Competition and/or being present on the Show Ground Facilities.


11. STABLING: Stalls, regardless if taken up by horse, feed, and/or tack, measure approximately 10' x 10', including doors, & are available to rent for $275/stall/show if paid in full by the published competition closing date – First Bedding is not provided. Only pine shavings bedding is allowed; straw bedding is prohibited. All Stalls reserved after the closing date of entries/stall reservations are $325/stall/tack room/show. Young Hunters & Young Jumper entries competing only in their respective Young Hunter or Young Jumper sections & corresponding warmups/non-prize money jumper class are eligible for the Young Horse Stall Fee of $175/horse/stall/ competition if reserved by the closing date of entries/stall reservations. Stalls will be available by 9am the day prior to the start of competition & must be vacated by 5pm Sunday of the reserved competition week unless other arrangements are made with the Stabling Manager – Additional fees will be assessed for early arrivals & late departures. The removal of any stall door will warrant a fine of $100/stall/competition; Repairs for intentional damage to stalls (holes, slits, cuts, etc.) will be billed directly to the trainer. Stall damage found prior to move in must be reported to stabling manager. 12. FEED & BEDDING: Hay & Shavings will be available and can be ordered in the Horse Show Office. Advance orders may be made by email: feed@showpark.com – see www.Showpark.com/forms for official Feed/Bedding Form. Orders must be placed by 12:00pm for same day delivery. Exhibitors may bring their own feed/shavings, however, deliveries by outside feed/shavings companies are prohibited. Only Pine Shavings allowed; use of Straw Bedding is PROHIBITED. Horses not using bedding purchased from the horse show may be subject to a $25 manure removal fine. 13. RV PARKING: RV spaces are available to rent for $525 (30 amp)-$575 (50 amp)/competition (Monday thru Sunday) & are accepted on a first reserved, first served basis. Reservations must be submitted with full payment, using showpark.com/rv-signup & are eligible for a 100% refund if cancellation is received no later than fourteen (14) days prior to the competition in question. Late cancellations or no-shows will be charged $250/competition. Weekly fee includes use of space, 30/50 amps of electricity, water, & two pump-out services. Illegal dumping of grey &/or black water will warrant a $100/fine/infraction. 14. UNCOLLECTED FUNDS: All accounts not settled by 5:00pm on the last day of competition of the competition week will be closed out by the official show secretary using the payment information provided. All persons issuing returned checks and/or declined credit cards will have ten days to settle their account, with cash or cash equivalent (including a $50 penalty) or will be turned over to USEF & PCHA for disciplinary action. 15. SCHOOLING RULES: Schooling will be permitted in designated sand schooling areas only. (The word “schooling” includes, but is not limited to riding, driving, longeing, leading and exercising). Ample jumps in the appropriate areas will be provided for schooling. The rider/trainer/coach/person setting the jumps is responsible to ensure that all components of the jump are available and if such parts are not readily available, they agree to notify the paddock steward and/or schooling supervisor. The rider/trainer/coach/person setting the jumps is also responsible to ensure the jump is set correctly in compliance with USEF rules & assumes the risk for improperly setting the jump. In accordance with California state law, poling and/or the use of offsets WILL NOT be permitted. Violations of schooling regulations may be considered cause for FINES &/or ELIMINATION & can be instituted by the official schooling supervisor, paddock master, official USEF Steward or any member of management should the situation arise. HUNTERS: Weather permitting, TICKETED schooling to take place in the SAND hunter rings @ $25/ticket on the day prior to the start of the horse show. During show days, if available, one hunter ring with a course of jumps will be open for ticketed schooling; if no arena is available during the show day, one arena will be open at the conclusion of the show for ticketed schooling until sunset. Hunter rings will also be open from 6:00AM – 7:00AM each day for flat schooling only. No poling or offsets allowed. JUMPERS: Available during the Blenheim June Classic II & III Horse Shows on the Blenheim Derby Field for $75/round. Entries will be given four minutes to school the grob, water jump and bank. Entries will be eliminated after four refusals. No outside assistance will be


allowed inside the arena. See specifications in the horse show office & time schedules for more details. Sign up using the Official Entry Form – Class 700. 16. CLOSED RINGS: Show arenas are closed at all times when not being used for classes. Sand hunter arenas will be open the day prior to the start of the show and for a limited amount of time at the conclusion of the show day. VIOLATIONS of the above will be considered cause for FINES and/or ELIMINATION. 17. CONFLICTS: It is the intention of Horse Show Management to avoid holding rings to wait for horses and/or riders. Riders with conflicts must arrange their jumping order with the starters so that they will not hold up a class. Paddock Stewards have the authority to scratch riders who are not timely. Trainer conflicts are not considered legitimate conflicts. 18. MANURE: Manure must be placed in designated areas, kept separate from trash. Each violation will result in a $100 fine. 19. DOGS ARE A SERIOUS SAFETY AND HEALTH PROBLEM AT ALL HORSE SHOWS. USEF GR 1301 – 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 under Chapters 6 and 7, as well as issuance of warning cards. 20. PARKING: All vehicles must be parked in designated parking areas. Unauthorized vehicles in non-designated parking areas or permit-only parking areas are subject to being towed away at owner’s expense. 21. MOTORIZED VEHICLES: Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of recognized competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles if they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. The parent(s), legal guardians(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from this operation. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense. Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with Chapter 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. 22. MEDICAL WASTE: Sharps must be placed in proper receptacles; anyone found in violation will be fined $100/infraction. 23. DRUG TESTING: The Blenheim June Classic I, II, III, & Red, White, and Blue Horse Shows; AND Showpark Summer, Racing, and August Festival Horse Shows will be conducted under the auspices of the State of California Department of Food and Agriculture and USEF. 24. ARENAS: All warm-up and hunter competition arenas contain sand and/or grass footing. All jumper competition arenas are grass and/or sand footing. Warm-up arenas are approximately 150' x 200'. Sand arenas are approximately 130' x 290'. Grass arenas are approximately 250' x 300'. 25. CLASS SPECIFICATIONS: Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current Federation Rule Book will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith. 26. MEASUREMENT CARDS: All ponies are required to possess a current USEF Measurement Card or valid measurement form issued by USEF and it must be shown at the horse show office before numbers are released.


27. COMBINING/SPLITTING OF CLASSES: IN ALL “A” RATED HUNTER SECTIONS – Should entries warrant, all “A” rated hunter sections will be split or combined following USEF rules and will be done so at the close of the horse show office on the evening preceding the first class is each section therefore entries MUST be completed for “A” rated hunter divisions accordingly to be considered. Any post-adds received and accepted after this time will not be considered in respect to the splitting/combining numbers. There will be no exceptions to this policy. Same day scratches and/or “no-shows” at the gate in all “A” rated hunter sections will forfeit their entry fee unless a Certificate from the Official Show Veterinarian vet scratch for the show is received by the official show secretary prior to the section in question. Should same day scratches or no-shows result in insufficient entries to keep sections split, sections will be combined. “Non-showing” fees will be assessed accordingly. When splitting all hunter classes, the preferred method will be “California Split” per HU 112. 28. STATEMENT OF HEALTH / VACCINATIONS: Per GR845 Equine Vaccination Rule: 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. See accompanying Vaccination Certificate at www.Showpark.com/forms. 29. COURSES – HUNTER: To consist of at least eight fences with two changes of direction. Fences to simulate obstacles found in the hunting field. The area of the courtesy circle may be restricted by a mandatory line and will be indicated on the course diagram and designated by a physical barrier placed in the arena. Course diagrams will be posted at least one hour before the class. JUMPER: Time allowed calculated using 350 meters per minute unless otherwise indicated on course map (exception: 325 meters per minute for all Pony, Children’s, Adult Amateur competitions, or in very small or indoor arenas). See JP 131 for additional information; All Courses will be posted no later than 1 hour prior to the start of corresponding competition. 30. START ORDERS: Riders and trainers who have conflicts due to jumping positions commencing at the same time in multiple rings are required to consult the Paddock Steward or Technical Coordinator prior to the start time of the competition(s) in question so that necessary adjustments can be made in the jumping order to accommodate said conflicts. If a Management determined Posted Order is not implemented all jumping orders will be conducted using the Exhibitor Sign Up method which allows all entries properly entered the option to sign up for a competition time slot/jumping position via online from 6:00pm - 5:00am prior thru Showpark.com and the Blenheim App OR in person using the official signup sheets at the tent by the main food stand from 6:30am 7:30am prior. Entries failing to make their scheduled time slot/jumping position within one minute of their scheduled start time may be allowed to compete at the discretion of the Paddock Steward if a time slot becomes available and only if the entry competes prior to the proposed competition end time. Entries failing to sign up for time slot/start position will not be allowed to compete unless authorization is granted by the Technical Coordinator or Show Management. HUNTER: Competitions in the Hunter Rings will be assigned by Management a specific start and end time. Per HU 159, Management may institute a Posted Order to determine the Start Order for all hunter and hunter equitation jumping competitions; if such an order is implemented failure to enter the ring within one minute after an audible signal to proceed is given incurs elimination. JUMPER: Competitions in the Jumper Rings will be assigned by Management a specific start and end time; competitions held at the same height and listed together on the time schedule will be run concurrently. Per JP 112, Management will institute a Posted Order to determine the Start Order for all Grand Prix and competitions held in the Grand Prix Ring, all competitions $5000 or greater, plus the highest placing money class per section; Management may also institute a Posted Order to determine the Start Order for all other jumping competitions. Failure to enter the ring within one minute after an audible signal to proceed is given incurs elimination.


31. MICROCHIP VERIFICATION: All horses competing in classes that require USHJA horse registration must provide a microchip number that verifies their animal’s identity in order to compete for points, money won or be eligible for Federation and/or USHJA programs and awards where horses are required to be recorded or registered. A microchip used to verify identity must be a fifteen-digit ISO compliant 11784/11785 chip and be implanted in the nuchal ligament of the animal. All horses that are competing in classes which require USHJA registration which are not microchipped will be ineligible to compete in Federation licensed competitions, Exceptions: USHJA Outreach and those activities enumerated in GR901.9, items 1-9. 32. SAFE SPORT VERIFICATION: As of January 1, 2019 all USEF members 18-years-old and older, with a Competing Membership, must complete SafeSport Training in order to be eligible to participate in USEF activities, including competitions. Please see the USEF website at https://www.usef.org/compete/resources-forms/rulesregulations/safe-sport for more information. Those who do not complete the training will be ineligible to participate in USEF activities, including competitions.


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