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Sacramento International Officials Welcome Week Andrea Wells, Morriston, FL ~ Hunters, Equitation Steve Wall, Pinehurst, NC ~ Hunters, Equitation Max Von Zimmerman, Selah, WA ~ Jumpers Kelly Douglas, Lexington, KY ~ Jumpers

USEF SHOW STEWARD

Larry Alcorn

COURSE DESIGNER

Mike Gallaway ~ Hunters, Jumpers,Equitation Michel Valliancourt ~ Jumpers

World Cup Week Tom Thomson ~ President of the Ground Jury Phillip Rozon, CAN ~ Foreign Judge Katie Frank, Carlsbad, CA ~ Jumpers Max Von Zimmerman, Selah, WA ~ Jumpers Kelly Douglas, Lexington, KY ~ Jumpers

COURSE DESIGNER

Guillherme Jorge, Brazil ~ Jumpers

FEI CHIEF STEWARD

Penny Carpenter

SCHOOLING SUPERVISOR

Sharon Stewart-Wells

ASSISTANT STEWARD

Cynthia Murphy, Sally Hudson, Diana Gatchalian

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Rated

Hunter Section Welcome Week Only

All horses intending to show in any division or class must pay the appropriate nomination fee and stall fee by the closing date of entries. Entries received after the close of entries but before Monday of each show week will pay a $75.00 late fee. All entries received at the show will pay a $150.00 late fee.

Nomination 1 . . . . . . $75 (All Classes without Prize Money)

NOMINATION FEES

Entries received without a nomination level specified will pay the Nomination 2. NOMINATION AND STALL FEES ARE NOT REFUNDABLE AFTER THE CLOSE OF ENTRIES.

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Hunt coats are required in all classes.

1st & 2nd Year Green Working Hunter

Performance Working Hunter 3'6" USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $275 or $60 per class

USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $300

30% add back over fences

33, 34*, 35, 36. $150 Performance Working Hunter 3'6" 37. Performance Working Hunter 3'6" U/S

Individual classes may not be entered 30% add back over fences

1st Year Green 1, 2*, 3, 4. $175 First Year Green 5. 1st Year Green U/S

Junior Working Hunter USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $300

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2 Year Green 6, 7*, 8, 9. $175 2nd Year Green 10. 2nd Year Green U/S

Individual classes may not be entered

38, 39*, 40, 41. $175 Small Junior Hunter 42. Small Junior Hunter U/S

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Nomination 2 . . . . . $125 (All Classes with Prize Money)

43, 44*, 45, 46. $175 Large Junior Hunter 47. Large Junior Hunter U/S

USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $300 Model Entry Fee - $30

153, 154, 155, 156. $175 3'3" Junior Hunters 157. 3'3" Junior Hunters U/S

Individual classes may not be entered 30% add back over fences

11. Model 12, 13*, 14, 15. $175 Conformation Hunter 16. Conformation Hunter U/S

Amateur/Owner Working Hunter

High Performance Hunters

Individual classes may not be entered 30% add back over fences

USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $300

USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $350 or $75 per class 30% add back over fences

48, 49*, 50, 51. $175 A/O Hunter, 18-35 52. A/O Hunter, U/S 18-35

23, 24*, 25, 26. $275 High Performance Hunter 27. High Performance Hunter U/S

53, 54*, 55, 56. $175 A/OHunter, 36 & O 57. A/O Hunter U/S, 36 & O

Performance Working Hunter 3'3"

58, 59*, 60, 61. $175 3'3" A/O Hunter, 18-35 62. 3'3" A/O Hunter U/S, 18-35

USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $250 or $55 per class

17, 18*, 19, 20. $175 3'3" A/O Hunter, 36 & O 21. 3'3"A/O Hunter U/S, 36 & O

30% add back over fences

28, 29*, 30, 31. $125 Performance Working Hunter 3'3" 32. Performance Working Hunter 3'3" U/S

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Pony Hunters

Children's PONY Hunter

USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $260

USEF & PCHA 'C' Rated Division Fee - $55 per class 162, 163, 164, 165. Children’s Pony Hunter 166. Children's Pony Hunter U/S

Section

68. $125 Medium Pony Hunter Conformation 69*, 70, 71. $125 Medium Pony Hunter 72. Medium Pony Hunter U/S 73. $125 Large Pony Hunter Conformation 74*, 75, 76. $125 Large Pony Hunter 77. Large Pony Hunter U/S

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USEF & PCHA 'C' Rated Division Fee - $250 or $55 per class 78, 79, 80, 81. $100 Pre-Green Working Hunter 3' 82. Pre-Green Working Hunter 3' U/S 83, 84, 85, 86. $100 Pre-Green Working Hunter 3'3" 87. Pre-Green Working Hunter 3'3" U/S

Children's Working Hunter

98, 99, 100, 101. $100 Adult Amateur Working Hunter, 18-35 102. Adult Amateur Working Hunter U/S, 18-35 103, 104, 105, 106. Adult Amateur Working Hunter, 36-49 107. Adult Amateur Working Hunter U/S, 36-49 148, 149, 150, 151. Adult Amateur Working Hunter, 50 & Over 152. Adult Amateur Hunter Working U/S, 50 & Over

USEF & PCHA 'C' Rated Division Fee - $55 per class 88, 89, 90, 91. $100 Children's Working Hunter, 13 & U 92. Children's Working Hunter U/S, 13 & U 93, 94, 95, 96. $100 Children's Working Hunter, 14-17 97. Children's Working Hunter U/S, 14-17

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Adult Amateur Working Hunter USEF & PCHA 'C' Rated Division Fee - $55 per class

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63. $125 Small Pony Hunter Conformation 64*, 65, 66. $125 Small Pony Hunter 67. Small Pony Hunter U/S

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Baby Green Working Hunter A Baby Green is a horse of any age in its first year of showing. Fences 2'6"

Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class 108, 109, 110, 111. Baby Green Working Hunter 112. Baby Green Working Hunter U/S

Training Hunter

Low Children's/Adult Hunter Division No cross entries into classes 3' 3" or higher. Fences 2'9"

Division Fee - $50 per class 128, 129, 130, 131. Low Ch/Ad Hunter 132. Low Ch/Ad Hunter U/S

Modified Jr/Am Hunter Division

Fences 2'6"

Fences 3’3” Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class 113, 114, 115, 116. Training Hunter Division Fee - $50 per class 158, 159, 160. Modified Jr/Am Hunter 117. Training Hunter U/S 161. Modified Jr/Am Hunter U/S

Low Working Hunter Fences 3'

Division Fee - $50 per class 118, 119, 120, 121. Low Working Hunter 122. Low Working Hunter U/S

Stirrup Divisions Open to riders not competing in classes offering Fences 2'9" or higher. Fences 2'

Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class

Short Stirrup Hunter

Schooling Hunter

Open to riders 17 & Under

Fences 3'

Division Fee - $50 per class 143, 144, 145, 146. Schooling Hunter

Pre-Children's/Adult Division No cross entries into classes 3' 3" or higher. Fences 2'6"

Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class 123, 124, 125, 126. Pre-Ch/Ad Hunter 127. Pre-Ch/Ad Hunter U/S

133, 134, 135, 136. Short Stirrup Hunter 137. Short Stirrup Hunter U/S

Long Stirrup Hunter Open to riders 18 & Over

138, 139, 140, 141. Long Stirrup Hunter 142. Long Stirrup HuntersU/S

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& Medal Classes Welcome Week Only

WIHS Medal

339. NORCAL 3’ Medal

Fence Height 3'6" 320a. WIHS Medal Hunter Phase 320b. WIHS Jumper Phase

Fence Height 3'

321. ASPCA Maclay Fence Height 3'6"

322. CPHA Junior Medal

Fence Height 2', 2'6", 3'

323. CPHA Senior Medal

300, 301. 14 & Under Equitation O/F 302. 14 & Under Equitation, Flat

Fence Height 3'6"

325. CPHA Foundation WCE

303, 304. 15-17 Equitation O/F 305. 15-17 Equitation, Flat 306, 307. 18 & Over Equitation O/F 308. 18 & Over Equitation, Flat

Fence Height 3'6"

Pony Equitation

326. CPHA Foundation

312, 313. Pony Equitation O/F 315. Pony Equitation, Flat

Fence Height 3'3"

327. Pessoa/U.S. Hunter Seat Medal Fence Height 3'6"

328. Foxfield Medal Fence Height 3'3"

329. USEF Adult Equitation

Ponies to jump respective heights

Children’s Pony Equitation Ponies to jump respective heights

394, 395. Children’s Pony Equitation O/F 396. Children’s Pony Equitation, Flat

Pre-Children's/Adult Equitation To follow same restrictions as hunter divisions

Fence Height 3'3"

316, 317. Pre-Children's/Adult Eq OF 318. Pre-Children's/Adult Equitation, Flat

330. Onondarka Medal

Stirrup Equitation

Fence Height 3'

331. PCHA Horsemanship Class Fence Height 3'3"

332. PCHA Adult Medal Class Fence Height 3'3"

333. THIS National Child Medal Fence Height 3'

334. Ariat National Adult Medal Fence Height 3'

335. CPHA Child/Adult Medal Fence Height 3'

337. Marshall & Sterling U.S. Pony Medal Fence Height 2', 2'6", 3'

338. CPHA Horsemanship Medal Fence Height 2'6" 12

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Fence Height 3'6"

324. USHJA Jumping Seat Medal Entry Fee: $55 per class

340. NORCAL JR/SR Medal

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Short and Long Stirrup Equitation to follow same restrictions as respective hunter divisions.

388, 389. Short Stirrup Equitation O/F 390. Short Stirrup Equitation, Flat 391, 392. Long Stirrup Equitation O/F 393. Long Stirrup Equitation, Flat

Opportunity Classes Entry Fee - $45 per class

USEF and PCHA memberships or nominating fee are not required. 350,351,352,353. Opportunity Walk Trot Equitation 354,355,356,357. Opportunity Walk Trot Pleasure 358,359,360. Opportunity Cross Rail Equitation 361. Opportunity Cross Rail Equitation Flat


Jumper jumper Section JUMPER METER TABLE 0.70 m 0.80 m 0.85 m 0.90 m 0.95 m 1.00 m 1.05 m 1.10 m 1.15 m 1.20 m 1.25 m 1.30 m 1.35 m 1.40 m 1.45 m 1.50 m 1.55 m 1.60 m

Fences 2'4" in height Fences 2'7" in height Fences 2'9" in height Fences 2'11" in height Fences 3'1" in height Fences 3'3" in height Fences 3'5" in height Fences 3'7" in height Fences 3'9" in height Fences 3'11" in height Fences 4'1" in height Fences 4'3" in height Fences 4'5" in height Fences 4'7" in height Fences 4'9" in height Fences 4'11" in height Fences 5'1" in height Fences 5'3" in height

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$20,000 SIHS YOUNG JUMPER SUITABILITY FINALS Presented by Wild Turkey Farm, LLC This section is at World Cup Week only Entry Fee - $350 The purpose of the Jumper Suitability division is threefold. First, it will create a division that will assist breeders who are producing young jumper prospects by providing them with a venue to showcase their young horses (4-7 years old) that are best suited for the jumper divisions. Second, jumper suitability will assist trainers by providing a goal for their clients’ young horses and encourage clients to continue their horses’ training. Finally, jumper suitability will enable horse shows to offer jumper divisions for horses that may not otherwise compete. Horses will be judged over 2 rounds by a panel of 2 judges. Horses will be judged on performance, soundness, ride ability, scope and general suitability and likelihood of becoming a Grand Prix prospect. Jumper rounds will be scored on a scale from 0-100. The judges will determine which twelve (12) horses they would like to see in the third round. JP116 applies to these classes. Running martingales are permitted. The top 8 horses in each age section will be awarded the prize money for their age group. The top 8 horses will be determined by overall scores. The Best Overall prize money will be awarded to horses competing in the third round only. Prize money will be divided as follows: 30%, 22%, 15%, 10%, 7%, 6%, 5%, 5%.

500. $4,000 4 year old Championship (.90m – 1.00m)

503. $4,000 7 year old Championship (1.25m – 1.35m)

501. $4,000 5 year old Championship (1.10m – 1.15m)

$4,000 Awarded to the Best Overall Young Horse

502. $4,000 6 year old Championship (1.15m – 1.25m)

Section 1 Jumper Classes

Welcome Week Young Jumpers

Entry Fee - $60 per class

This section is at Welcome Week only No Entry Fee

266, 267, 268. .70m

527. $200 Five year old (1.20m)

205, 206, 207. .80m

528. $200 Five year old (1.20m)

253, 254, 255. .90m

529. $200 Six year old (1.30m)

215, 216, 217. .85m Pre-Child/Adult

530. $200 Six year old (1.30m)

218, 219, 220. .90m Modified Child/Adult

531. $200 Seven year old (1.35m )

208, 209, 210, 191. 1.00m

532. $200 Seven year old (1.35m)

211, 212,192,193. 1.10m 234. 1.15m 213, 214. 1.20m 202, 203, 204. 1.0m Low Child/Adult 222, 223, 224. 1.10m Children’s

536. $1,000 Five Year Old 1.20m Entry Fee - $100 535. $1,000 Six Year Old 1.30m Entry Fee - $100 534. $1,000 Seven Year Old 1.35m Entry Fee - $100

226, 227, 228. 1.10m Adult Amateur 230, 231, 232. 1.20m Modified Jr/Am

Section 2 Jumper Classes

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236, 237, 238. $250 1.30m

To be determined by a vote of the judges. First place awarded.

198,239, 240. $300 1.40m 198 only at Welcome Week

Junior Style Award

241, 242, 243. $250 Low Jr/AO - 1.30m

Amateur Style Award

244, 245, 246. $300 High Jr/AO - 1.40m

Pony Rider Style Award

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Hunter Classics Welcome Week only Each classic will have a designated first-round class in which the last class of each division will be the designated class for the first round score of the classic. Exhibitors must enter the classic prior to the start of the first round class. Scratches are not permitted after the first round class has begun. Horses must have entered, shown, and completed the course in at least two of the respective hunter division classes over fences at this show. To be judged on performance and soundness, suitability and manners to count. To be scored under the open numerical judging system. To be shown over a course of approximately 10 jumps of height designated by qualifying division. The twelve horses with the highest scores from the first round will return to jump a second round over a different course. In the event of equality in the first round, all equal scored will return for the second round. Scores will be combined from the first round with the second round to determine overall winners. Trophy to first, ribbons through 12, and prize money divided as follows: 30%, 22%, 15%, 10%, 7%, 6%, 5%, 5%. 415. $1,000 Junior/3'3" Junior Working Hunter Classic

Entry Fee $100

416. $1,000 Amateur Owner/3'3" Amateur Owner Working Hunter Classic

Entry Fee $100

417. $500 Pony Hunter Classic

Entry Fee

$50

418. $500 Children’s Hunter Classic

Entry Fee

$50

419. $500 Adult Amateur Hunter Classic

Entry Fee

$50

420. $500 Low Child/Adult Amateur Hunter Classic

Entry Fee

$50

421. Pre-Child/Adult Amateur Hunter Classic

Entry Fee

$50

422. Short/Long Stirrup Hunter Classic

Entry Fee

$50

433. Pre-Child/Adult Amateur Classic ~ .85m

Entry Fee

$55

434. Modified Child/Adult Amateur Classic ~ .95m

Entry Fee

$55

400. $500 Low Children’s/Adult Classic ~ 1.0m

Entry Fee

$65

401. $1,000 Whiskey Rose Ranch Children’s/Adult Classic~ 1.10m

Entry Fee $125

402. $1,000 CWD Modified Junior/Amateur Classic ~ 1.20m

Entry Fee $125

403. $1,500 GGT Low Junior/Amateur Owner Classic ~ 1.30m

Entry Fee $175

405. $10,000 High Jr/AO Grand Prix ~ 1.40m Presented by FarmVet World Cup Week only

Entry Fee $400

408. $2,500 iJump Sports High Jr/AO Classic ~1.40m Welcome Week only

Entry Fee $250

404. $5,000 1.40m

Entry Fee $300

427. $5,000 1.35m

Entry Fee $300

426. $1,000 1.15m

Entry Fee $125

413. $1,000 1.20m

Entry Fee $125

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WIHS Grand Hunter Championships Washington International Horse Show Sets the Stage !! A record number of exciting wins at WHIS winds up a whirlwind trip to the east coast indoors for west coast rider John French. Lauren Fisher and Lindsay Brock for Jump Media LLC Washington, D.C. – October 21, 2015 – The 2015 Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) continued with its second day of competition Wednesday featuring the presentation of Championship honors in the professional hunter divisions at Verizon Center in downtown Washington D.C. Representing the west coast, rider and trainer John French (CA) dominated the professional divisions. John French, of San Jose, CA, had unprecedented success in this year’s WIHS competition. French capped off his time in the nation’s capital with three Championships, three Reserve Championships, two Grand Hunter Championships, and the 2015 WIHS Leading Hunter Rider title among other honors. French guided Laura Wasserman’s Boss to theoverall WIHS Grand Hunter Championship, and also won the WIHS Grand Green Working Hunter Championship riding Lee Kellogg Sadrian’s Sochi.

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430. Sacramento International Horse Show/NorCal Equitation Championship Welcome Week only Entry Fee - $75 per rider (1) The SIHS/NorCal Equitation Championship is open to junior and amateur members of USEF or Equine Canada that have placed in the top 8 in an equitation class in which the fence height is at least 3’3”. (2) Three riders must be entered and compete for the class to run.

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(3) The same horse must be used in all phases of the event. The only exception that can be made is with a veterinarian certificate. (4) Only one rider per horse, unless the judge requests a change. (5) Classes to be judged in accordance with the current USEF standards for equitation. (6) No trainers will be allowed to walk the course in any phase of this competition. In addition trainers will not be allowed in the warm up area for any phase of this competition. (7) Only running martingales used in the conventional manner is permitted in the Jumper Phase. Boots and conservative colored bandages are permitted in both phases. (8) Jumps in all three phases will be set at 3’ 3”. (9) Horses will be eliminated after two refusals in any phase of the competition.

The Competition Three Phase Competition: Riders must compete in all phases in order for the overall score to count. (1) Hunter Phase - To be shown over a minimum of 8 jumps at 3’3”. The course will be a straight forward hunter course consisting of natural jumps, including a combination, hunter lines, and a long approach to a single jump. (2) Jumper Phase - The course should be of the type, typically used in a High Junior Jumper competition. To be shown over a minimum of 10 jumps at (3’3”). A minimum of two double or one triple combination are required. There must be at least two changes of direction after the first fence. A Time Allowed will be used based on a speed of 360 yards per minute. The judge will give a numerical score for each competitor’s round. The announcer will announce the judge’s numerical score and then deduct time faults as follows: one point for each commenced second over the Time Allowed. Riders will be judged in the warm up area and given a score ranging from -2 to 2 added to the final score. (3) Each phase to be conducted under their own specifications and pinned separately, as well as an overall placing. (a) Both Hunter & Jumper Phases to be scored under the numerical system. Scores from each phase will be added together to determine the overall winner. In the event of a tie for any placing, the jumper score will break the tie. (b) Scores from the first phase will determine the order of go in the second phase. The highest scores will return last; riders may volunteer to move up in the order. (c) One or more judges may be used in any combination. The order of go for the Jumper Phase will be in reverse order of the Hunter Phase with the winner of the Hunter Phase competing last. An audible tone will be used to start competitors. A Time Allowed based on a speed of 360 yards per minute will be applied. The score will be announced. Time Faults, if any, for exceeding the Time Allowed will be deducted from the judges’ original score, with one point being deducted for each commenced second over the Time Allowed. (4) Third Phase - The scores from the Hunter & Jumper Phases will be added together to determine the four (4) riders who will participate in the Third Phase. The combined score will determine the order of go, with the highest scoring rider competing last. These four (4) riders will compete over a shorten course of 6 – 8 jumps. A score will be given by the judges in the Third Phase, but will not be announced until the conclusion of the class. S A C RA M E N T O

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JUDGING Team Championship is comprised of three horse and rider combinations Team Championships will be held over three days. A. Day One – The First Individual Qualifying Class will be conducted under Table III. Fences to be set at 1.20m with spreads to 1.30m. Speed 350m/m. If a Rider is eliminated or retires from the round, he will receive 20 faults more than the competitor with the most penalties. B. Day Two – The Team Championship/Second Individual Qualifying Class is a two round Nation’s Cup format for the Team Championship which also serves as the Second Qualifying Class for the Individual Championship. Fences to be set at 1.20m with spreads to 1.30m. Speed 350m/m and conducted under Table II modified over two identical rounds, with a jump-off against the clock in case of equality of Teams for 1st, 2nd, and or 3rd place. If two jump-offs are required, the jump off for third place will take place before the jump-off for second and first place. In the case of a jump off, each team will select one rider to compete. The Team Championship is open to the top 25 horse rider combinations from the two qualifying rounds. Each team of four will discard their high score in each round. A team with three riders will have no discard score. The winning team will be the team with the lowest combined scores from the two rounds, or from the jump-off if a jump-off is required. C. Day Three – The Individual Championship will conclude with the Third Individual Qualifying Class. Fences to be set at 1.20m with spreads to 1.30m. Speed 350m/m. for each round and conducted under Table II modified over one different round with a jump-off against the clock in case of equality for 1st, 2nd and/or 3rd place. If two jump-offs are required, the jump off for third place will take place before the jump-off for second and first place. The top 25 placed horse/rider combinations based on the cumulative penalties from the First, and Second (both rounds) Individual Qualifying Classes, including ties for twenty fifth place are eligible to compete. If, for any reason, one or more of the qualified horse/rider combinations are unable to start, they will not be replaced. All horse/ rider combinations that complete Round A go forward to Round B. The Individual Champion is the horse/rider combination with the lowest cumulative score from the First and Second Individual Qualifying Classes and the two rounds of the Individual Championship (jump-off scores from the Team Championship will not be added in). Each course must have no fewer than 12 jumping efforts and either 2 doubles or one triple and one double combination.

ORDER OF GO A. Team Championship - The starting order in the Team Championship will be according to a draw for the first round. In the second round the starting order will be according to the reverse order of penalties incurred in the first round. In the second round individuals will start before the teams. In the case of individuals or teams with equal penalties, the first round starting order will be retained. In the case of a jump-off, the starting order will revert to the starting order of the second round. B. Individual Final - The starting order for Round A will be the reverse order of total penalties incurred in the First and Second Individual Qualifying Classes. In the event of equality of penalties, the result of the First Qualifying Class will be the deciding factor for the starting order. The lowest placed qualified horse/rider combination will therefore start first. C. The starting order for Round B will follow the reverse order of the penalties incurred in the First and Second Individual Qualifying Classes. The horse/rider combination with the greatest number of penalties will start first; the horse/rider combination with the least penalties will start last. D. In the event of horse/rider combinations with equal penalties after Round B, there will be one jumpoff against the clock. The Starting Order will be the same order used for round B.

EQUIPMENT Running martingales used in conventional manner. No standing, German martingales or draw reins.

AWARDS Coolers and trophy to Winning Team. Cooler and trophy to Winning Individual. Prize money divided as follows. Team: $2000, $1600, $1000 Individual: $3000, $1800, $1200, $900, $600, $500, $400, $400, $400, $400, $400, $400

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436. $1,500 USHJA Pre-Green Challenge Welcome Week Only

Entry Fee - $150

USHJA Pre-Green Challenge is open to horses of any age in their first or second year of competing over fences set at 3’ or 3’3”. A horse which has received a pre-green reinstatement in accordance with USEF rules is allowed to compete in a USHJA Pre-Green Challenge. Riders, owners, and trainers must be current Active members of USEF and USHJA to participate in this class. (see GR202). Horses must be registered with the USHJA to participate in this class. Please visit www.ushja.org for full class specifications.

425. $5,000 Fleeceworks USHJA National Hunter Derby Entry Fee - $325

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Each class must have a minimum of two judges. All judges will sit together and provide one score. One judge must be an R judge, the other may be either an R or r judge. The judging panel will provide one score and the scores from each round will be either averaged or added as specified in the prize list to obtain the overall total for each horse. No judging panel may award the same base score to any two competitors in any one round. The first round shall be judged on performance, hunter pace, jumping style, quality and substance, and movement. After the judges base score is given, one point will be added for each high option fence jumped. The Option Bonus Score of one additional point must be awarded even if there is a refusal, rail down or loss of good jumping style at that higher height option fence, providing that the horse-and-rider combination does jump the higher height option fence. (Maximum of four points). The second round shall be judged on performance, hunter pace, jumping style, quality and substance, movement, handiness and brilliance of pace. Handiness is defined as ground saving movement without adversely affecting performance or style. Brilliance of pace is defined as a faster pace than ordinary, without sacrificing performance or style. Handiness is taken into account in the judges’ base score. After the judges’ base score is given, one point will be added for each high option fence jumped. The Option Bonus Score of one additional point must be awarded even if there is a refusal, rail down or loss of good jumping style at that higher height option fence, providing that the horse-and-rider combination does jump the higher height option fence. (Maximum of four points). Overall Score - The final score from each round will be either averaged or added as specified in the prize list to obtain the overall total for each horse. Prize money divided as follows: 30%, 22%, 13%, 8%, 6%, 5%, 4%, 3%, 3%, 2%, 2%, 2%

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Nominating Fee - $100

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411. $24,500 iJump Sports Open Jumper Classic TM

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To be scored under Table II (a). Each competitor will jump an initial first round of not more than 12 to 15 jumps, to be held at the “Regional” standard. Speed at: 375 meters per minute. The first round and first jump-off is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. The top 12 competitors from the first round will continue to the Jump Off and carry the faults incurred from the first round. *Please note Classes 411, and 414 do not meet the requirements to be eligible for the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List points. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows: 30%, 22%, 13%, 8%, 6%, 5%, 4%, 3%, 3%, 2%, 2%, 2% Yearend awards are based on prize money won in the fourteen (14) GGT events. Money won at the GGT Final at the Del Mar International will count double.

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412. $100,000 Longines FEI World CupTM Jumping Sacramento Presented by Lasher’s Elk Grove Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram World Cup Week only Horses competing in this division must have an F.E.I. passport. Horses will be stabled in the Secured F.E.I. Stable Area and must remain until the conclusion of Grand Prix. For complete specifications and fees, please visit www.fei.org and view the Definite Schedule.

The F.E.I. veterinarian inspection: 3:00 P.M. on Wednesday October 5, 2016 All Grand Prix held at this show are eligible for inclusion on the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List.

GENERAL CONDITIONS These events is organized in accordance with: • FEI Statutes, 23rd edition, effective 7th November 2013 • FEI General Regulations, 23rd edition, effective 1st January 2009, updates effective 1st January 2014 • FEI Veterinary Regulations, 13th edition, effective 1st January 2014 • The Jumping Rules and its Annexes, 24th edition, effective 1st January 2014 • CSI/CSIO Prize Money requirements • Longines Rankings – Groups Categories • CSI 3*, 4* invitation system (Europe) and 5* invitation system (Worldwide) • Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMR), 1st Edition, effective 5th April 2010, updates effective 1st January 2014 • FEI Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA), based on the 2009 revised Code, effective 1st January 2012, updates effective 1st January 2014 • All subsequent published revisions, the provisions of which will take precedence. • An arbitration procedure is provided for in the FEI Statutes and General Regulations referred to above. In accordance with this procedure, any appeal against a decision rendered by the FEI or its official bodies is to be settled exclusively by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland. • It is the responsibility of NFs to ensure their participants are of the correct age.

The FEI Code of Conduct For the Welfare of the Horse The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) expects all those involved in international equestrian sport to adhere to the FEI’s Code of Conduct and to acknowledge and accept that at all times the welfare of the horse must be paramount and must never be subordinated to competitive or commercial influences.

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At all stages during the preparation and training of competition horses, welfare must take precedence over all other demands. This includes good horse management, training methods, farriery and tack, and transportation. Horses and competitors must be fit, competent and in good health before they are allowed to compete. This encompasses medication use, surgical procedures that threaten welfare or safety, pregnancy in mares and the misuse of aids. Events must not prejudice horse welfare. This involves paying careful attention to the competition areas, ground surfaces, weather conditions, stabling, site safety and fitness of the horse for onward travel after the event. Every effort must be made to ensure that horses receive proper attention after they have competed and that they are treated humanely when their competition careers are over. This covers proper veterinary care, competition injuries, euthanasia and retirement. The FEI urges all involved with the sport to attain the highest levels of education in their areas of expertise.

A full copy of this Code can be obtained from the Fédération Equestre Internationale, Avenue Mon-Repos 24, 1005, Lausanne, Switzerland, Telephone: +41 21 310 47 47. The Code is available in English & French. The Code is also available on the FEI’s website: www.horsesport.org

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FEDERATION RELEASE, ASSUMPTION OF RISK, WAIVER, AND INDEMNIFICATION. This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing. I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this Competition to the following: I AGREE that the “Federation” and West Palms Event Management (“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. BOD 1/23/11 Effective 12/1/11

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FEDERATION ENTRY AGREEMENT 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 (Competition). I agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and of the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the Rules, and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/or the Competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cable - casts, broadcasts, internet, film, new media or other likenesses of me and my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Federation rules are governed by the laws of the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR908.4.

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Make checks payable to Sacramento International Horse Show. Mail to Sara Nastri, 17600 NE 219th St, Battleground, WA 98604 - Phone 818-987-3336 - No faxed entries - Include copies of your USEF membership card. SEND ONLY NOMINATING AND STALL FEES WITH ENTRY. INCOMPLETE ENTRIES WILL BE CHARGED A $50 HANDLING FEE - Entries close and must be received by August 26, 2016

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1. The Sacramento International Horse Shows are covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF, PCHA, FEI and NorCal Rule Books 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 © USEF 2016 3 GR9 COMPETITION PRIZE LISTS AND ENTRIES Driving Competitions upon payment of a $30 Show Pass fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the Requirements of this rule: 1) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk trot and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions. 8) Opportunity classes, 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10) USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes.

2. FEDERATION ENTRY AGREEMENT: By entering a Federation-licensed Competition and signing this entry blank as the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Longeur and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules of The United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) and the local rules of the competition. I agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and of the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the rules, and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/or the competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cablecasts, or other likenesses of me and my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Federation rules are governed by the laws of the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR908.4. 3. CONDITIONS OF ENTRY: Every horse entered for competition will be under the control of the Horse Show Management, but 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 defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Horse Show and its officials, employees, directors, officers, Murieta Equestrian Center, West Palms Event Management, and its Sponsors, etc for any loss or accident to his horse, horses, employees or equipment which may occur from sickness, fire or other cause. S A C RA M E N T O

4. MANAGEMENT: Horse Show Management reserves the right to interpret all questions and conditions in regard to or arising out of an 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 Horse Show Management-their decision to be final. Horse Show Management reserves the right to refuse, accept conditionally or to cancel any entries, disqualify riders or exhibitors, prohibit exhibition of entries and cancel award prizes, without claim for 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 or change judges and officials; to change specifications in jumper classes in order to facilitate the time schedule. Management reserves the right to combine or cancel. Management reserves the right to limit entries in a class. Refused entries will be returned. 5. ASSUMPTION OF RISK: By signing the entry blank, the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Loungeur 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 of 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 or 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

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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 Facility. 6. THE FOLLOWING IS REQUIRED FOR EACH ENTRY: A. All horses on grounds must be registered on an entry blank including horses not entered in classes. One entry blank per horse. B. Entry forms must be complete with owner, riders, trainers and payee information including association membership numbers. C. Date of Birth of all minor exhibitors. D. Signatures of owner, riders, trainer and parent Signatures of owner, riders, trainer and parent or guardian of minor exhibitors. Parents or guardians of minor exhibitors shall hold the Horse Shows, West Palms Event Management, Murieta Equestrian Center and the Sacramento International Horse Show and staff harmless for injury to such minor(s). E. USEF name of horse, and the correct description of horse including 1st or 2nd Year status and the USHJA ID number. F. For all horses include Nomination and Stall Fees as a deposit. Make checks payable to: Sacramento International Horse Show Or complete the credit card authorization form and sign on the entry blank. 7. PAYMENT: An open check or credit card is required at time of check in before numbers will be issued. See 6F for deposit information. 8. REFUNDS: Request for a refund of the deposit must be in writing and received before the closing date of entries and a $35.00 fee will be deducted after the close of entries. The nominating and stall fees are not refundable under any condition after the close of entries. 9. POST ENTRIES: Entries received with payment after the close of entries but before the Monday of each show week will pay a $75.00 late fee. All entries received at the show will pay a $150.00 late fee. 10. ADDS/SCRATCHES: All adds must be made by 5:00 pm the day prior to each class. No entries will be accepted for a class scheduled on the same day. In the unusual case the time schedule allows a management approved add the day of a class, the entry fee will be double. Horses and riders who go in a class without entering will pay a fee of $50.00 in addition to the cost of the class. All scratches must be received in the show office before the start of the class in writing to be considered for a refund; scratches via phone call or at the gate will NOT be considered. In divisions that are entered by complete section, no refund will be considered if the horse shows in any class of the division. The only other refunds given will be for cancellation of a class by Management, overpayment of fees, or the rejection of entries

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because of ineligibility or lack of stall space. 11. PRIZE MONEY: Checks will be mailed within 30 days of the show’s conclusion. NO PRIZE MONEY WILL BE MAILED UNLESS THE OWNER’S or PAYEE’S SOCIAL SECURITY/TAX ID Number IS LISTED ON THE ENTRY FORM. Any prize money that is to be paid to someone other than the owner listed on the entry blank must be written on the form when submitted. Change of payee will not be permitted at the show. The Internal Revenue Service requires 30% of prize money won by foreign exhibitors to be withheld. Foreign exhibitors should apply for a U.S. Social Security number and are required to complete a W-8 Certificate of Foreign Status Form. Unless otherwise stated, prize money will be distributed through 8th place as follows- 30%, 22%, 15%, 10%, 7%, 6%, 5%, 5%. Management reserves the right to adjust the prize money of any class if there are less than 10 horses entered as of 5:00 PM the day before the class. Prize money will not be paid out to classes that are run with fewer than 3 entries. 12. RAIN: In the event of rain prior to the Show, it is the riders’ responsibility to call Show Management to determine whether the show is cancelled. 13. RESPONSIBILITY OF PAYMENT OF SERVICES AND SUPPLIES: All owners and exhibitors will be held responsible for any damage incurred by them, their animals, agents, or employees, to stalls, buildings and other properties on the Show grounds and shall be billed accordingly. All bills for veterinary, farrier services and feed/bedding are due and payable during the Show. Management reserves the right to deduct any unpaid veterinary, farrier and feed/bedding bills from premium money due the exhibitor. Any exhibitor not meeting his obligations to the official Show Veterinarian, farrier and feed/ bedding vendor will be termed an undesirable exhibitor and entries from that exhibitor may not be accepted at subsequent shows. 14. RETURNED CHECKS: Checks returned by the bank for any reason or a credit card reversal are regarded as a most serious offense and will be handled according to the following procedure: A $50 penalty will be assessed for each returned check or credit card reversal or 10% of the face value of the check or credit card charge- whichever is greater. Accounts will be given ten (10) days to be paid in full with cash or cash equivalent or they will be reported to the U.S. Equestrian Federation, Inc., PCHA and other appropriate association(s) for further disciplinary action. Checks will not be deposited a second time. 15. UNPAID CHARGES: Any exhibitor leaving the show with an unpaid balance will be billed for these charges and a $50 billing fee will be added to the total due. Until these charges are settled, all further entries of rider and owner will be returned. 16. STABLING: National Stalls and tack rooms


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will be available for $250.00 if pre-paid with the Nomination fee by the closing date of entries and $300.00 if payment is not included. All FEI stalls are $300.00 if pre-paid with the Nomination fee by the closing date of entries and $350.00 if payment is not included. Stalls are of portable construction, 10’ x 10’ with top and bottom doors. Hauling in is permitted and will be charged $75.00 per day. No bedding included. Water buckets and hoses must be provided by the exhibitor. NO straw or synthetic/paper materials permitted- only wood shavings. It is strictly forbidden to remove stall doors. Exhibitors will be billed for any damage to property. Upon departure from the show, if excessive cleanup is required there will be a $500 fee charged. Trainers are encouraged to supervise their staff to avoid this fee. 17. SAFETY REGULATIONS: Unauthorized use of the light fixtures will result in removal of your appliance. Smoking or open flame devices are not permitted within the stables. Keep flammable decorations to a minimum. Electrical outlets are provided. 18. CLOSED RINGS: Horses are not permitted in any ring where a course is set, or when there is equipment in the ring. Horses and riders must yield immediately for watering and dragging. Violations of the above mentioned rules may be considered cause for elimination from the show. 19. SHOW RINGS & SCHOOLING RINGS: In all jumper classes, competitors will be given fortyfive (45) seconds to cross the start line. All show and warm-up arenas consist of sand/fiber footing. Jumper Rings 130' X 250', 130' X 220', Hunter Rings 100' X 230', 120' X 230'. 20. COMPUTER RANKING: The FEI Grand Prix classes are eligible for the ROLEX/USEF Show Jumping Ranking list and will be held under National/International standards. 21. FEED AND BEDDING: Feed & bedding will be handled by the horse show office. Pre-orders must be ordered by using the form included in this book and emailed to sara@westpalmsevents. com. Orders made during the show need to be in writing in the show office. Orders must be made by 1 PM each day for same-day delivery. 22. RV RESERVATIONS: Contact Sara at sara@ westpalmsevents.com. Please send form with your entry. 23. SCHOOLING SUPERVISION: Gate Stewards are schooling supervisors and have absolute authority to scratch riders who do not follow USEF, FEI or appropriate association schooling rules. Horses competing in FEI Division may only school at posted times and in designated areas. 24. NUMBERS: Management will provide a number card for each competitor which shall be worn clearly visible to the judge at all times when in competition. Riders wearing the wrong number or no number at all MAY be eliminated from the class by the judges. S A C RA M E N T O

25. DOGS: Dogs and other pets must be confined to the Stable Area. Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Stray dogs and dogs in violation will be impounded by Animal Control authorities. Under no circumstances are dogs allowed at the arenas. 26. VACCINATION INFORMATION: Beginning December 1, 2016, all horses entering the grounds of a Federation- licensed competition must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables. The management in consultation with respected veterinarians and local animal health authorities strongly recommend and urge that all horses attending the show follow a two-part West Nile vaccination protocol consisting of a primary vaccination, followed by a booster 3-6 weeks later. Should you have any questions please contact the CDFAC. 27. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE: WELCOME WEEK: Horses may not arrive before 10:00 am, Monday, September 26, 2016 and must vacate by Sunday night October 2, 2016 unless staying to compete in the World Cup Week. WORLD CUP WEEK: Horses may not arrive before 10:00 am, Monday, October 3, 2016 and must vacate by Sunday night October 9, 2016 at the conclusion of the show. No layovers without prior authorization. Early/ late arrivals must have prior management approval and will be charged $50 per stall/tack room per night. Early arrivals without the approval of management will be charged $65.00 per stall per night 28. MAIL/TELEPHONE: During the show all mail should be sent to exhibitors as follows: Murieta Equestrian Center, Horse Show Office, 7200 Lone Pine Drive, Rancho Murieta, CA 95683. For info - (818) 987-3336 29. PROTEST: Any USEF member lodging a protest must first deposit $200 (non-members $300) payable to Sacramento International Horse Show for the Sacramento Shows and West Palms Event Management for the Del Mar shows with the Show Secretary, which sum shall be forfeited to the Horse Show, if same is not sustained. All protests must be in writing, signed by the protester and filed within 48 hours of the occurrence of the alleged violation. A protest may be filed with the Show Manager, the Federation Hearing Committee, or Show Secretary. If the protest is sustained, the entries standing next in award shall be moved up accordingly. See USEF GR603 & 603.1. 30. HELMET RULE: It is compulsory for all persons at Federation licensed hunter, jumper or hunter/ jumper competitions when mounted anywhere on the competition grounds, to wear properly fastened protective headgear which meets or exceeds ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)/SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) standards for equestrian use and carries the SEI tag. It must be properly fitted with

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harness secured. Exception: In Hunter or Jumper classes, adults may be allowed to remove their headgear while accepting prizes and during the playing of the National Anthem only; they must refasten their headgear prior to the lap of honor. It is compulsory for riders in Paso Fino classes, both open and breed restricted including Hunter Hack, where jumping is required and when jumping anywhere on the competition grounds to wear properly fastened protective headgear which meets or exceeds ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)/SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) standards for equestrian use and carries the SEI tag. It must be properly fitted with harness secured. A Show Committee must bar riders without protective headgear from entering the ring for classes in which protective headgear is required and may bar any entry or person from entering the ring if not suitably presented to appear before an audience. 31. DRUG TESTING: FEI Drug rules will apply for the FEI Division. State of California drug testing rules apply. For a copy contact the Show Office. 32. GOLF CARTS AND BICYCLES: Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind including but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the abovedescribed motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from that operation. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offenses. 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 Rule 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. 33. PARKING: Parking allowed in designated areas only. Violators parked in NO PARKING ZONES and FIRE LANES will be issued citations and/or towed from the premises at the owner’s expense. There are Handicap parking areas in the Stable Area and public parking lot. 34. WASHING HORSES: Nozzles are required on all hoses to help conserve water. Violators will be fined $50 for each violation. 35. STALL CLEANING: Please deposit all manure at the ends of the barn aisles and NOT in the middle or in front of the stalls.

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36. TURNOUTS AND LUNGING: Horses may not be turned-out in arenas at any time. Lunging in designated areas only. No lunging after 7:00 am. 37. MEDICAL WASTE: All needles and syringes MUST be deposited in designated disposal containers and not left in stalls or thrown in trash receptacles. Violators will be fined $75 per needle/syringe. For the first offense the trainer/ owner will be notified as well as the appropriate association. The second offense will disqualify the individual and horse and they will be banished from the show with NO REFUND. 38. POLING: Poling is prohibited in the State of California. No bamboo or offsets allowed on the Showground’s. Non-compliance will result in elimination from the show. 39. ORDER OF GO: There will be a posted order of go in all classes. Any anticipated scheduling conflicts should be brought to the attention of the starters who will advise you on how it will be resolved. Under no circumstances will the Horse Show be interrupted due to a competitor failing to present himself at the gate in a timely manner. Multiple rides must be shown in the correct order. Failure to do so will result in elimination. In hunter classes with double rounds, a posted order will be observed with a rotation of three rounds. 40. AWARDS PRESENTATIONS: In all classes, an awards presentation will be made. A suitable horse should be available for classes where it is required to ride for awards. Riders failing to present themselves for award presentations will forfeit all prize money. 41. CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION AWARDS: Champion and Reserve will be awarded in all divisions. 42. INSURANCE: All owners and competitors are personally responsible for damages to third parties caused by themselves, their employees, their agents, or their animals. They are therefore strongly advised to take out third-party insurance providing full coverage for participation in equestrian events at home and abroad, and to keep the policy up to date. 43. MEDICAL SERVICES: All horses entered in the competition must pay a mandatory medical services fee of $50.00. 44. NON-SHOWING HORSES: All non-showing horses must pay a $75.00 fee in addition to standard fees. 45. TIES: In all jumper classes, ties involving first place will be jumped off. All other ties will be determined by time taken to complete the first round.


Conformation Model Conformation Hunter Conf. Hunter U/S 1st Year Green Hunter 1st Year Green Work Hunter U/S 2nd Year Green Hunter 2nd Year Green Work Hunter U/S High Performance Hunter Performance Hunter 3'6" Performance Hunter 3'3" Low Working Hunter Pre Green Working Hunter 3' Low Working Hunter U/S

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82 Pre Green Hunter 3' U/S 83, 84 Pre Green Working Hunter 3'3" 87 Pre Green Hunter 3'3" U/S

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208 211 236 239 213 527 529 531 213

WEDNESDAY

115,116 110,111 145 267 206 215 254 218 210 192 202 326 322 323 340 329 328 324

14,15 3,4 8,9 25, 26 27 35,36 37 30,31 32 120,121 80, 81 85, 86 436 158,159,160 161

237 240 528 530 532 241 244 222 226 230

Training Working Hunter Baby Green Working Hunter Schooling Hunter 3' .70m .80m .85m Pre-Child/Adult .90m .90m Modified Child/Adult 1.00m 1.10m Low Child/Adult 1.00m CPHA Foundation Medal CPHA Junior Medal CPHA Senior Medal NorCal Junior/Senior Medal USEF Adult Medal Foxfield Medal USHJA Jumping Seat Medal

Conformation Hunter 1st Year Green Hunter 2nd Year Green Hunter High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter U/S Performance Hunter 3'6" Performance Hunter 3'6" U/S Performance Hunter 3'3" Performance Hunter 3'3" U/S Low Working Hunter Pre Green Working Hunter 3' Pre Green Working Hunter 3'3" $1,500 USHJA Pre-Green Challenge Modified Jr/Am Hunter Modified Jr/Am Hunter U/S

1.30m 1.40m 5 Year Old 6 Year Old 7 Year Old Jr/AO Low Jr/AO High Children's 1.10m Adult Am. 1.10m Mod. Jr/Am 1.20m

THURSDAY 234 214 238 198 242 245 231 600

Schooling Hunter 3' Schooling Hunter U/S 14 & Under Equitation 0/F 15-17 Equitation 0/F 14 & U Equitation on the flat 15-17 Equitation on the flat 18 & Over Equitation 0/F

1.15m 1.20m 1.30m 1.40m Jr/AO Low Jr/AO High Modified Jr/Am 1.20m SIHS Team Championship Day 1

FRIDAY

268 207 216 255 219 191 203 193 223 227 338 339 335 388, 389 391, 392 390 393 316,317 318 341 312,313 315 394,395 396

.70m .80m .85m Pre-Child/Adult .90m .90m Mod Child/Adult 1.00m Low Child/Adult 1.0m 1.10m Children's 1.10m A/A 1.10m CPHA Horsemanship Medal NorCal 3' Medal CPHA Child/Adult Medal Short Stirrup Eq O/F Long Stirrup Eq O/F Short Stirrup Eq Flat Long Stirrup Eq Flat Pre-Child/Adult Equitation 0/F Pre-Child/Adult Flat Equitation NorCal Pony Medal Pony Eq O/F Pony Eq Flat Children's Pony Eq O/F Children's Pony Eq Flat

128,129 Low Child/Adult Hunter 132 Low Child/Adult Hunter U/S 430 Sacramento International Horse Show NorCal Equitation Championship (Hunter) 425 $5,000 Fleeceworks Grand Prix Hunter Derby

334 Ariat National Medal 333 THIS National Medal 330 Onondarka Medal

Jr/AO Low Jr/AO High Low Child/Adult 1.0m Children's 1.10m Adult Am 1.10m Mod. Jr/Am 1.20m $5,000 1.35m Welcome

123,124 133,134 138, 139 137 142 162, 163 63,64* 68,69* 73,74* 67 72 77 350,351 354,355 358,359 325 332 331 217 220

320a 58,59* 17,18* 62 21 48,49* 53,54* 52 57

130,131 420 98, 99 103,104 148,149 88, 89 93, 94 153,154* 157 38,39* 43,44* 42 47

Pre-Child/Adult Hunters Short Stirrup Hunters Long Strirrup Hunters Short Stirrup Hunters U/S Long Stirrup Hunters U/S Children's Pony Hunter Small Pony Conf., Sm Handy Medium Pony Conf., Md Handy Large Pony Conf., Lg Handy Small Pony Hunter U/S Medium Pony Hunter U/S Large Pony Hunter U/S Opportunity Walk Trot Eq Opportunity Walk Trot Pleasure Opportunity Cross Rail Eq O/F CPHA Foundation WCE Medal PCHA Adult PCHA Horsemanship .85m Pre-Child/Adult .90m Modified Child/Adult

WIHS Medal Hunter Phase A/0 Hunter 3'3" 18-35 A/O Hunter 3'3" 36 & Over A/0 Hunter 18-35 U/S A/0 Hunter 36 & Over U/S 18-35 A/0 Working Hunters 36 & Over A/0 Working Hunters 18 - 35 A/0 Working Hunters U/S 36 & Over A/O Hunter U/S

Low Child/Adult Amateur Hunter $500 Low Child/Adult Hunter Classic Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over Children's Working Hunter 13 & U Children's Working Hunter 14-17 Junior Working Hunter 3'3" Junior Hunters 3'3" U/S Small Junior Working Hunter Large Junior Working Hunter Small Junior Hunters U/S Large Junior Hunters U/S

411 $24,500 Welcome Grand Prix GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Events

600.2 SIHS Team Championship Day 2

243 246 204 224 228 232 427

SATURDAY

$500 Children's Hunter Classic Adult Amateur Hunter U/S 18-35 Adult Amateur Hunter U/S 36-49 Adult Amateur Hunter U/S 50 & Over Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over $500 Adult Am. Hunter Classic

A/0 Hunters 3'3" 18-35 A/O Hunters 3'3" 36 & Over 18-35 A/0 Working Hunters 36 & Over A/0 Working Hunters $1,000 A/0/3'3" AO Working Hunter Classic Junior Hunters 3'3" Sm Jr Working Hunters Lrg Jr Working Hunters $1,000 Jr/ 3'3" Jr Working Hunter Classic Children's Hunter 13 & U U/S Children's Working Hunter 14-17 U/S Children's Hunter 13 & U Children's Working Hunter 14-17

$1,000 1.15m $1,000 1.20m SIHS Team Championship Day 3 $5,000 1.40m $1,500 GGT Footing Low Jr/AO Classic $2,500 iJump Sports High Junior/AO Classic $1,000 5 Year Old Classic $1,000 6 Year Old Classic $1,000 7 Year Old Classic $1,000 CWD Modified Jr/Am Classic $1,000 Whiskey Rose Ranch Ch/Ad Classic

430 Sacramento International Horse Show/ NorCal Equitation Championship Jumper Phase 320b WIHS Medal Jumper Phase 327 USEF Hunter Seat Medal 321 ASPCA Maclay Junior Medal 433 Pre- Child/Adult Jumper Classic II(b) 434 Modified Child/Adult Jumper Classic II(b) 400 $500 Low Ch/Ad Classic 352,353 Opportunity Walk Trot Eq 356,357 Opportunity Walk Trot Pleasure 360,361 Opp Cross Rail Eq O/F,Opp Cross Rail Eq Flat 135,136 Short Stirrup Hunters 140,141 Long Strirrup Hunters 422 Short/Long Stirrup Hunter Classic 127 Pre-Child/Adult Hunters U/S 125,126 Pre-Child/Adult Hunters 421 Pre- Child/Adult Hunter Classic 337 Marshall & Sterling US Pony Medal 65,66 Small Pony Hunter 70,71 Medium Pony Hunter 75,76 Large Pony Hunter 417 $500 Pony Hunter Classic 164,165 Children's Pony Hunter 166 Children's Pony Hunter U/S

418 102 107 152 100,101 105,106 150,151 419

60,61 19,20 50,51 55,56 416 155,156 40,41 45,46 415 92 97 90, 91 95, 96

426 413 600.2 404 403 408 536 535 534 402 401

SUNDAY

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308 18 & Over Equituitation on the flat

146 147 300,301 303,304 302 305 306,307

Tentative schedule

Indoor Arena

Stable Mix Arena

Finish Line Arena


Indoor Arena

Stable Mix Arena

1.30m II. 2(b) 1.40m II 2(b) $5,000 1.35m Welcome 1.10m II.2(b) 1.15m II.1 1.20m II.1

266 205 253 208 211

.70m II(b) .80m II(b) .90m II(b) 1.00m II(b) 1.10m II.1

AFTER LAST CLASS MANDATORY RIDER MEETING RIDERS LOUNGE

3:00PM F.E.I. Horse Inspection

236 239 427 212 234 213

WEDNESDAY

4 Yr Old Championship (Rd 1) 5 Yr Old Championship (Rd 1) 6 Yr Old Championship (Rd 1) 7 Yr Old Championship (Rd 1) 1.30m II. 1 1.40m II. I Low Junior/AO I.30m II.2(b) High Junior/AO 1.40m II.2(b) Modified Junior/Amateur I.20m II.2(b)

267 206 215 218 209 192 202 222 226 214

.70m II.1 .80m II.1 .85m Pre-Child/Adult II(b) .90m Modified Child/Adult II(b) 1.00m II (b) 1.10m II (b) Low Child/Adult 1.0m II (b) Children's 1.10m II (b) Adult 1.10m II(b) 1.20m II (b)

5:30PM 408 $36,500 Morning Star Sporthorses Grand Prix Qualifier 1.50m 238.2.2 (Jump Off)

500.1 501.1 502.1 503.1 237 240 241 244 230

THURSDAY

1.00m II. 1 Low Child/Adult 1.0m II.1 1.10m II 2(b) Children's 1.10m II (b) Adult 1.10m II (b) $1,000 1.15m Classic .80m II(b) .85m Pre-Child/Adult II.1 .90m Jumper II(b) .90m Modified Child/Adult II.1

207 216 254 219

$36,500 Murieta Inn, Spa & Restaurant 1.45m 238.2.1 (Power & Speed)

5:30PM $2,500 Lasher’s Elk Grove Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Ride and Drive

1.30m II.2(b) Low Junior/AO, 1.30m II.1 High Junior/AO 1.40m II.1 Modified Junior/Amateur I.20m II.1 4 Year Old Champ (Rd 2) 5 Year Old Champ (Rd 2) 6 Year Old Champ (Rd 2) 7 Year Old Champ (Rd 2)

210 203 193 223 227 426

428

409

238 242 245 231 500.2 501.2 502.2 503.2

FRIDAY

Tentative schedule Children's Jumper 1.10m (Accumulator) Adult Jumper I.10m (Accumulator) Low Junior/AO 1.30m High Junior/AO 1.40m $5,000 1.40m $4,000 Young Horse Final

232 413 268 217 255 220 204

Modified Junior/Amateur, I.20m Accumulator $1,000 1.20m Classic .70m II.1 .85m Pre Child/Adult II(b) .90m II.1 .90m Modified Child/Adult II(b) Low Child/Adult 1.00m II (b)

7:35PM 412 $100,000 Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Sacramento presented by Lasher’s Elk Grove Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram 1.60m 238.2.2 (Jump Off)

224 228 243 246 404 504

SATURDAY

191 400 433 434 401

402 403 405 411

1.00m Jumper I Ic $500 Low Children's/Adult Classic 1.00m II(b) .85m Pre Child/Adult Classic II(b) .90m Modified Child/Adult Jumper Classic II(b) $1,000 Whiskey Rose Ranch Child/Adult Classic II(a)

$1,000 CWD Modified Junior/Amateur Classic $1,500 GGT Footing Low Jr/AO Classic $10,000 Jr/AO Grand Prix presented by FarmVet $24,500 iJump Sports Open Jumper Classic *GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Events

SUNDAY

sacramento international world cup week October 5 - 9, 2016


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2016 Zone 10

Specifications (cA/nv)

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In accordance with GR1111.4: All members may compete for Zone Awards or money in any state contiguous to Zone 10: OR, ID, UT, AZ LOW CHILDREN'S JUMPERS Eligibility: To be ridden by exhibitors who have not reached their 18th birthday by December 1 of the current competition year. Open to horses and ponies. Cross Entry: Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Junior Jumper class at the same competition. Low Children's Jumper riders may not cross enter into any jumper class at the same competition with fences exceeding 1.20m (3’11”) No cross entry restrictions at one day competitions. Combining/Dividing Sections: Low Children’s and Low Adult Amateur Jumper sections must combine if there are less than 3 in either section and may combine if there are less than 6 in either section. If after combining the Low sections there are less than 3 entries then competition management must further combine the Low sections with the High sections, allowing each section to compete at their respective height. Height of Fences: To be set at 1.0m (3'3") to 1.05m (3'5"). Awards: Zone awards to be given for Low Children’s Jumper section. LOW ADULT AMATEUR JUMPERS Eligibility: To be shown by riders who have reached their 18th birthday by December 1 of the current competition year and who hold a current USEF Amateur certification. Open to horses and ponies. Cross Entry: Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Amateur Owner Jumper class at the same competitions. Low Adult Jumper riders may not cross enter into any jumper class with fences exceeding 1.20m (3’11). No cross entry restrictions at one day competitions. Combining/ Dividing Sections: Low Children’s and Low Adult Amateur Jumper sections must combine if there are less than 3 in either section and may combine if there are less than 6 in either section. If after combining the Low sections there are less than 3 entries then competition management must further combine the Low sections with the High sections, allowing each section to compete at their respective height. Height of Fences: To be set at 1.0m (3'3") to 1.05m (3'5"). Awards: Zone awards to be given for Low Adult Amateur Jumper section. HIGH CHILDREN'S JUMPERS Eligibility: To be ridden by exhibitors who have not reached their 18th birthday by December 1 of the current competition year. Open to horses and ponies. Cross Entry: Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Junior Jumper class at the same competition. High Children's Jumper riders may not cross enter into any jumper class at the same competition with fences exceeding 1.20m

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(3’11”). No cross entry restrictions at one day competitions. Combining/Dividing Sections: High Children’s and High Adult Amateur Jumper sections must combine if there are less than 3 in either section and may combine if there are less than 6 in either section. If after combining the High sections there are less than 3 entries then competition management must further combine the High sections with the Low sections, allowing each section to compete at their respective height. Height of Fences: Fences must be set at 3'6" or 1.10m (3 '7") for the first class of the section. In all other classes of the section fences to be set no lower than 3'6" or 1.10m (3 '7") and no higher than 1.15m (3'9"). Awards: Zone awards to be given for High Children’s Jumper section. HIGH ADULT AMATEUR JUMPERS Eligibility: To be ridden by exhibitors who have reached their 18th birthday by December 1 of the current competition year and who hold a current USEF Amateur certification. Open to horses and ponies. Cross Entry: Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Amateur Owner Jumper class at the same competition. Adult Amateur Jumper riders may not cross enter into any jumper class with fences exceeding 1.20m (3'11"). No cross entry restrictions at one day competitions. Combining/Dividing Sections: High Children’s and High Adult Amateur Jumper sections must combine if there are less than 3 in either section and may combine if there are less than 6 in either section. If after combining the High sections there are less than 3 entries then competition management must further combine the High sections with the Low sections, allowing each section to compete at their respective height. Height of Fences: Fences to be set at 3'6" or 1.10m (3'7") for the first class of the section. In all other classes of the section fences to be set no lower than 3'6" or 1.10m (3'7") and no higher than 1.15m (3'9"). Awards: Zone awards to be given for High Adult Amateur Jumper section. JUDGING FOR ALL HUNTER SECTIONS: To be judged on performance and soundness, suitability to count. Horses and Ponies are not required to jog for soundness. ELIGIBILITY FOR ADULT AMATEURS: HUNTER, JUMPER AND EQUITATION: To be ridden by exhibitors who have reached their 18th birthday as of December 1 of the current competition year and who hold a current USEF Amateur certification. Open to horses and ponies. ELIGIBILITY FOR CHILDREN’S SECTIONS: HUNTER, JUMPER AND EQUITATION: To be ridden by exhibitors who have not reached their 18th birthday as of December 1 of the current competition year.


2016 Zone 10

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ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER Sections offered and requirements: Adult Amateurs – may be split into two (2) sections. Cross Entry: Riders: Riders may not cross enter into any Amateur Owner hunter class (at the same competition), First Year, Second Year or High Performance Working Hunter at the same competition. Adult Amateur Riders may not cross enter into any class at the same competition with fences exceeding 3'3" except Adult Amateur Jumpers, Junior/ Amateur Modified Jumpers, Equitation and Medal Classes, and the USHJA National Hunter Derby. An Adult Amateur rider may ride an Amateur Owner Hunter in the A/O Under Saddle Class for an Amateur Owner rider that has more than one horse entered. No cross entry restrictions at one-day competitions. Horses: Horses may not cross enter into any Amateur Owner hunter class (at the same show). No cross entry restrictions at one-day competitions. Horse and Rider Combination: No cross entry restrictions at one-day competitions. Fence Height: 3’0” with spreads not to exceed the fence height. Courses will not be adjusted for ponies. Combinations are permitted . Combining/Dividing Sections: May be split into two (2) sections: Adult Amateurs 18 – 35, Adult Amateurs 36+. If any of the Adult Amateur, Children’s Hunter Horse and Children’s Hunter Pony may be combined if there are fewer than three (3) entries in any one section. Awards: Zone Horse of the Year Awards will be presented annually to the following sections: Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35, Adult Amateur 36+ AGE GROUP EQUITATION: ADULT SECTION Refer to GR1131. Fence Height: Fence heights cannot exceed 3'3" and wings are optional. To be shown over a course of not less than eight fences. Combining/Dividing Sections: Competition management may offer Age Group Equitation classes divided at their discretion. Equitation that is offered by age will be awarded points that will be credited to the age groups defined in GR1131.12.a or the relevant Zone Specifications. Awards: Zone Horse of the Year Awards will be presented annually to the following sections: Equitation 18-35, Equitation 36 and Over. CHILDREN'S HUNTER Sections offered and requirements: Children’s Hunter Horse Cross Entry: Rider: Riders may not cross enter into any 3’6” Junior Hunter Class, First Year Green Working Hunter, Second Year Green Working Hunter or High Performance Working Hunters at the same show. Children’s riders may not cross enter into any class at the same competition with fences exceeding 3'3" (Exception: Children’s Jumpers, Junior/Amateur Modified Jumpers, Equitation and Medal Classes, and the USHJA National Hunter Derby). A Children’s Hunter rider may ride a Junior Hunter in the Junior Hunter

S A C RA M E N T O

Under Saddle class for a Junior Hunter rider that has more than one horse entered. No cross entry restrictions at one-day competitions. Horses/ Ponies: Horses may not cross enter into any 3'6" Junior Hunter Class at the same competition. No cross entry restrictions at one-day competitions. Horse and rider combination: No cross entry restrictions at one-day competitions. Fence Height: Horses 3'0" with spreads not to exceed fence height. Combinations are permitted. Distances will not be adjusted for ponies. Combining/Dividing Sections: If any of the Adult Amateur, Children’s Hunter Horse and Children’s Hunter Pony may be combined if there are fewer than three (3) entries in any one section. Awards: Zone Horse of the Year Awards will be presented annually to the following sections: Children’s Hunter Horse. CHILDREN'S HUNTER PONY Sections offered and requirements: Small/Medium Children’s Pony, Large Children’s Pony. Cross Entry: Rider: Rider may not cross enter in any division where the fences exceed 3'3" (Exception: Children’s Jumper sections) Horse/Pony: n/a, Horse and Rider Combination: n/a. Fence Height: Small/ Medium Ponies: 2'0"; spreads not to exceed height of fence. Large Ponies 2'6"; spreads not to exceed height of fence. Combinations are not permitted. Combining/Dividing Sections: If any of the Adult Amateur, Children’s Hunter Horse and Children’s Hunter Pony may be combined if there are fewer than three (3) entries in any one section. Awards: Zone Horse of the Year Awards will be presented annually to the following sections: Children’s Hunter Pony,. AGE GROUP EQUITATION: CHILDREN’S/ JUNIOR SECTION: Refer to GR1131. Fence Height: Fence heights cannot exceed 3’6” and wings are optional. To be shown over a course of not less than eight fences. Combining/Dividing Sections: Competition management may offer Age Group Equitation classes divided at their discretion. Equitation that is offered by age will be awarded points that will be credited to the age groups defined in GR1131.12.a or the relevant Zone Specifications. Awards: Zone Horse of the Year Awards will be presented annually to the following sections: Equitation 14 and Under, Equitation 15-17. PRE-GREEN Refer to HU106.3

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2016 Equine Health Entry Requirements *Required for all West Palms Events’ Shows*

It is of the utmost importance of West Palms Events to protect the health of both horses and riders at all our events. It is required by West Palms Events and USEF that the following vaccine documentation and this form be produced per horse in order to attend any of our 2016 events and enter any show facility. Proof Of Vaccination Upon arrival at any facility, all horses must provide the following vaccine documentation: • Within 6 months of the show: Equine Influenza • Within 6 months of the show: EHV 1 and EHV 4 (Rhino-Pneumonitis) Guidelines • If a vaccination is due to expire during one of the events, it is necessary that the horse receive its new vaccine prior to arriving at the show facility. • If a horse arrives without documentation, they will be referred to the Show Veterinarian to receive the required documents and/or vaccines, and could be placed in quarantine stabling until the proper documents are obtained. • Please be sure to keep a copy of health certificates in an easily accessible place on the show grounds (tack room, trunk, etc.). Rider Name: ___________________________________________________________ Trainer Name: __________________________________________________________ Horse and Competition Number: ___________________________________________ Vaccine Information Verified: Equine Influenza EHV 1 EHV 4


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Uryadi’s Village is currently building the future home for the orphans of Soddo, a rural community in southern Ethiopia. Through permaculture, this community will be empowered to be totally self-sustaining. The Wolayta Village project is a pilot program that will create a culturally inclusive and ecologically sound blueprint for social and economic change that can be used over and over throughout Africa and the rest of the developing world. It takes a global village to create change. We invite you to support change by joining Uryadi’s Village.

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H o r s e s a n d D o g s Pa r t n e r U p f o r C h a r i t y Shelter to Soldier

Compton JR Posse

Sponsored by Unite Hair

Sponsored by Jo Cho Astani

Sam Thompson Memorial Foundation for Disabled Jockeys

EQUUS Foundation

Charity 5 - Open Charity 6 - Open

Sponsored by Platinum Performance

To participate with a charity or to sponsor a team, contact Danielle at Danielle@WestPalmsEvents.com

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Del Mar International Horse Show October 22 6:45PM Del Mar Fairgrounds

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2016

Onondarka Medal Finals

D E L M A R I N T E R N AT I O N A L H O R S E S H O W O c t o b e r 1 9 - 2 3 | D e l M a r Fa i r g ro u n d s

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