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ENTRY PROCEDURES

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 with payment after the close of entries but before Monday of each show week will pay a $50.00 late fee. All entries received at the show will pay a $100.00 late fee.

DECLARATIONS

Declarations must be made on the appropriate form in the Show Office by 5 pm the day before for regular classes and as posted in Special class descriptions. There are no same day adds.

NOMINATION FEES

Nomination 1 . . . . $50 (All Classes without Prize $)

Nomination 2 . . . $100 (All Classes with Prize $)

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

ATTIRE

Hunt coats are required in all classes. 9


Rated

Hunter Section All Shows Except Sacramento International World Cup Week Handy Round for Each Division Indicated by "*"

1st & 2nd Year Green Working Hunter USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $250

Individual classes may not be entered 30% add back over fences 1st Year Green

1, 2*, 3, 4. $125 First Year Green 5. 1st Year Green U/S 2nd Year Green

6, 7*, 8, 9. $125 2nd Year Green 10. 2nd Year Green U/S

Conformation Hunter USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $250

Individual classes may not be entered Model Entry Fee - $20 30% add back over fences

11. Model 12, 13*, 14, 15. $125 Conformation Hunter 16. Conformation Hunter U/S

High Performance Hunters

Amateur/Owner Working Hunter USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $250

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

48, 49*, 50, 51. $125 A/O Hunter, 18-35 52. Amateur/Owner Hunter, U/S 18-35 53, 54*, 55, 56. $125 A/OHunter, 36 & O 57. A/O Hunter U/S, 36 & O 58, 59*, 60, 61. $125 3'3" Low A/O Hunter, 18-35 62. 3'3" Low A/O Hunter U/S, 18-35 17, 18*, 19, 20. $125 3'3" Low A/O Hunter, 36 & O 21. 3'3"Low A/O Hunter U/S, 36 & O

Pony Hunters USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $225

Individual classes may not be entered

63. $100 Small Pony Hunter Conformation 64*, 65, 66. $100 Small Pony Hunter 67. Small Pony Hunter U/S 68. $100 Medium Pony Hunter Conformation 69*, 70, 71. $100 Med Pony Hunter 72. Med Pony Hunter U/S

USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $275 or $65 per class

73. $100 Large Pony Hunter Conformation 74*, 75, 76. $100 Large Pony Hunter 77. Large Pony Hunter U/S

23, 24*, 25, 26. $250 High Performance Hunter 27. High Performance Hunter U/S

Pre-Green Working Hunter

30% add back over fences

Performance Working Hunter 3'3"

USEF & PCHA 'C' Rated Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class 78, 79, 80, 81. Pre-Green Working Hunter 3' 82. Pre-Green Working Hunter 3' U/S

USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $225 or $55 per class

83, 84, 85, 86. Pre-Green Working Hunter 3'3" 87. Pre-Green Working Hunter 3'3" U/S

28, 29*, 30, 31. $100 Performance Working Hunter 3'3" 32. Performance Working Hunter 3'3" U/S

stirrup cup Children's Working Hunter

30% add back over fences

Performance Working Hunter 3'6" USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $250 or $55 per class 30% add back over fences

33, 34*, 35, 36. $125 Performance Working Hunter 3'6" 37. Performance Working Hunter 3'6" U/S

Junior Working Hunter USEF & PCHA 'A' Rated Division Fee - $250

Individual classes may not be entered

38, 39*, 40, 41. $125 Small Junior Hunter 42. Small Junior Hunter U/S 43, 44*, 45, 46. $125 Large Junior Hunter 47. Large Junior Hunter U/S

USEF & PCHA 'C' Rated Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class 88, 89, 90, 91. Children's Hunter, 13 & U 92. Children's Hunter U/S, 13 & U 93, 94, 95, 96. Children's Hunter, 14-17 97. Children's Hunter U/S, 14-17

Adult Amateur Working Hunter USEF & PCHA 'C' Rated

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Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class 98, 99, 100, 101. A/A Hunter, 18-35 102. A/A Hunter U/S, 18-35 103, 104, 105, 106. A/A Hunter, 36-49 107. A/Amateur Hunter U/S, 36-49 148, 149, 150, 151. A/A Hunter, 50 & O 152. A/Amateur Hunter U/S, 50 & O 11


NON-Rated

Hunter Section

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 All Shows Except Sacramento International World Cup Week

Fences 2'6"

No cross entries into classes 3' 3" or higher. Fences 2'9"

Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class 128, 129, 130, 131. Low Ch/Ad Hunter 132. Low Ch/Ad Hunter U/S

Stirrup Divisions

Only at Sacramento International Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class Season Finale 113, 114, 115, 116. Training Hunter Open to riders not competing in classes offering Fences 2'9" or higher. Fences 2' 117. Training Hunter U/S Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class

Low Working Hunter

Short Stirrup Hunters Open to riders 17 & Under

Division Fee - $225 or $50 per class 118, 119, 120, 121. Low Working Hunter 122. Low Working Hunter U/S

Long Stirrup Hunters Open to riders 18 & Over

Open to horses and ponies of all ages. Fences 3'

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

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Low Children's/Adult Hunter Division

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

138, 139, 140, 141. Long Stirrup Hunters 142. Long Stirrup Hunters U/S


Hunter Seat

Equitation

& Medal Classes All Shows Except Sacramento International World Cup Week

Entry Fee: $55 per class No cross entry between Section 1 and Section 2.

Section 1: Fence Height 3'

300, 301. 17 & Under Equitation O/F 302. 17 & Under Equitation on the flat 303, 304. 18 & Over Equitation O/F 305. 18 & Over Equitation on the flat

Section 2: Fence Height 3'3"

306, 307. 17 & Under Equitation O/F 308. 17 & Under Equitation on the flat 309, 310. 18 & Over Equitation O/F 311. 18 & Over Equitation on the flat

Pony Equitation

Ponies to jump respective heights

312, 313. Pony Equitation O/F 315. Pony Equitation on the flat

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

325. CPHA Foundation WCE Presented by S & S Bank Card Systems

Fence Height 3'6"

326. CPHA Foundation Fence Height 3'3"

327. Pessoa/US Hunter Seat Medal Presented by Randolph College

Fence Height 3'6"

328. Foxfield Medal Fence Height 3'3"

329. USEF Adult Equitation Fence Height 3'3"

330. Onondarka Medal Fence Height 3'

316, 317. Pre-Children's/Adult Eq OF 318. Pre-Child/Adult Equitation on the flat

331. PCHA Horsemanship Class

Stirrup Equitation

332. PCHA Adult Medal Class

Only at Sacramento International Season Finale

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

Fence Height 3'3"

Fence Height 3'3"

333. THIS National Child Medal

388, 389. Short Stirrup Eq O/F 390. Short Stirrup Equitation on the flat 391, 392. Long Stirrup Eq O/F 393. Long Stirrup Equitation on the flat

Fence Height 3'

WIHS Medal

335. CPHA Child/Adult Medal

Presented by Huntover

Fence Height 3'6" 320a. Hunter Phase 320b. Jumper Phase 320c. Overall

321. ASPCA Maclay

334. Ariat National Adult Medal Fence Height 3'

Fence Height 3'

336. WIHS Pony Medal Fence Height 2', 2'6", 3'

337. Equisport/USEF Pony Medal Fence Height 2', 2'6", 3'

Presented by Far West Farms

Fence Height 3'6"

322. CPHA Junior Medal Presented by Hyatt Place Rancho Cordova

Fence Height 3'6"

323. CPHA Senior Medal Presented by Hyatt Place Rancho Cordova

Fence Height 3'6"

324. Platinum Performance/USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Presented by Mike Edrick Stables

Fence Height 3'6"-3'9"

338. CPHA Horsemanship Medal Fence Height 2'6"

339. NORCAL 3' Medal Sacramento Shows only Fence Height 3'

340. NORCAL JR/SR MedaL Sacramento Shows only Fence Height 3'6"

341. NORCAL Pony Medal Sacramento Shows only Fence Height 2', 2'6", 3'

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JUMPERS 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.

ORDER OF GO

Order of Go will be computer generated unless otherwise stated. All jumper classes will run in strict posted order. Failure to present yourself at the gate in a timely manner will result in elimination.

JUMPER METER TABLE 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 2'7" 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

Training Jumpers

Sacramento International World Cup Week Only Entry Fee - $60 per class 701. Training Jumper - 1 .0m 702. Training Jumper - 1.10m 703. Training Jumper - 1 .20m 704. Training Jumper - 1.30m

Section 1 Jumper Classes

All Shows Except Sacramento International World Cup Week Entry Fee - $60 per class 205, 206, 207. .80m Jumpers 253,254,255. .90m Jumpers 215, 216, 217. .85m Pre-Ch/Ad Jumpers 218, 219, 220. .90m Modified Ch/Ad Jumpers

Section 2 Jumper Classes Entry Fee - $60 per class

208, 209, 210, 235, 191. 1.00m Jumpers (191 Sacramento International World Cup Week Only) 211, 212, 233,192,193. 1.10m Jumpers

Section 3 Jumper Classes

Entry Fee - $65 per class, 30% add back 236, 237, 238. 197. $300 1.30m Jumpers (197 Del Mar International Only) 194, 195, 196. $250 1.35m Jumpers (194, 195, 196 Del Mar International Only) 239, 240. $300 1.40m Jumpers (240 all shows except Sacramento Welcome Week Only) 198. $250 1.45m Open Jumper (198 Del Mar International Only) 241, 242, 243. $250 Low Jr/AO - 1.30m 244, 245, 246. $300 High Jr/AO - 1.40m 199. $2,500 1.40m Jumper (199 Sacramento Welcome Week Only) Entry Fee - $250.00

Sacramento International Young Jumpers

234. 1.15m Jumpers

This section is only at Sacramento International Welcome Week

213, 214, 171, 172, 173. 1.20m Jumpers (171, 172, 173 Del Mar International Only)

7-YEAR-OLD 1.30M 8-YEAR-OLD 1.35M

201, 202, 203, 204. 1.0m Low Ch/Ad Jumpers 221, 222, 223, 224. 1.10m Children's Jumpers 225, 226, 227, 228. 1.10m A/A Jumpers Presented by LA Saddlery 229,230, 231, 232. 1.20m Modified Junior/ Amateur Jumpers

250, 251. $300 7 &8 Year Old Championship Entry Fee - $65 252. $5,000 7 & 8 Year Old Championship Final Entry Fee - $350

Sacramento International Young Horse Championships

This section is only at Sacramento International World Cup Week 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. Jumper rounds will be scored on a scale from 0-100 and all qualifying classes will be held under Table 2. Scores will be accumulated throughout the year (top 20 scores per year, per horse to count) with top 30 scoring horses in each age group qualifying for the Finals. QUALIFYING ROUNDS Entry Fee - $55 510. 4 yr old Suitability 511. 5 yr old Suitability

512. 6 yr old Suitability 513. 7 yr old Suitability 15


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$20,000 SACRAMENTO INTERNATIONAL HORSE SHOW YOUNG JUMPER SUITABILITY FINALS Entry Fee - $350 Prize Money Divided to overall winners: 30%, 22%, 15%, 10%, 7%, 6%, 5%, 5%. 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. The judges will determine which horses they would like to see in the third round. 500. $4,000 4 year old Championship (.90m – 1.00m) 501. $4,000 5 year old Championship (1.10m – 1.15m) 502. $4,000 6 year old Championship (1.15m – 1.25m) 503. $4,000 7 year old Championship (1.25m – 1.35m) $4000 Awarded to the Best Overall Young Horse.

Del Mar International Young Jumpers This Section Only at Del Mar International Welcome Week & World Cup Week Entry Fee - $65 per class 525. $200 Four year olds (1.0m – 1.10m) 526. $200 Four year olds (1.0m – 1.10m) 527. $200 Five year olds (1.10m – 1.15m) 528. $200 Five year olds (1.10m – 1.15m) 529. $200 Six year olds (1.20m – 1.25m) 530. $200 Six year olds (1.20m – 1.25m) 531. $200 Seven and Eight year olds (1.30m – 1.35m) 532. $200 Seven and Eight year olds (1.30m – 1.35m) 533. $1,000 Five & Six Year Old Young Jumper Classic Entry Fee - $100. Table II (b) Open to horses that have competed in the Five & Six Year Old Jumper sections of this show. Proof of age required. Five year olds will jump first at 1.15m, followed by six year olds, at 1.25m 534. $1,000 Seven & Eight Year Old Young Jumper Classic Entry Fee - $100. Table II (b) Open to horses that have competed in the Seven & Eight Year Old Jumper sections of this show. Proof of age required. Seven year olds will jump first at 1.30m, followed by eight year olds, at 1.35m.

OPPORTUNITY

cLASSES ONLY AT SACRAMENTO INTERNATIONAL SEASON FINALE

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Entry Fee - $45 per class USEF and PCHA memberships or nominating fee are not required.

375, 376. Walk Trot Equitation 377, 378. Walk Trot Pleasure 379, 380, 381, 382. Cross Rail Equitation

BEST RIDER

AWARDS

No Entry Fee To be determined by a vote of the judges. First place awarded.

Best Child Rider Award Best Adult Amateur Rider Award Best Pony Rider Award


Special Classes

Hunter Classics

All Shows Except Sacramento International World Cup Week

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 Working Hunter Classic

Entry Fee $100

416. $1,000 Five Springs Farm AO/Low AO Working Hunter Classic

Entry Fee $100

417. $500 Pony Hunter Classic (also not at Del Mar International Welcome Week)

Entry Fee

$50

418. $500 Children’s Hunter Classic (also not at Del Mar International Welcome Week)

Entry Fee

$50

419. $500 Adult Amateur Hunter Classic (also not at Del Mar International Welcome Week)

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. Stirrup Hunter Classic (only at Sacramento International Season Finale)

Entry Fee

$50

429. $500 Child/Adult Hunter Special (Del Mar International Welcome Week Only)

Entry Fee

$50

433. Pre-Child/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

Entry Fee

$50

434. Modified Child/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

Entry Fee

$50

400. $500 Equine Matrix Low Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic

Entry Fee

$65

406. $1,000 Cross Creek Tack Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic~ 1.10m

Entry Fee $100

409. $1,000 Mallard Creek Modified Jr/Am Jumper Classic ~ 1.20m

Entry Fee $100

407. $1,500 Sandhaven Farm Low Jr/AO Jumper Classic ~ 1.30m

Entry Fee $150

404. $1,500 iJump Sports High Jr/AO Jumper Classic ~ 1.40m (Sacramento International Welcome & Finale only)

Entry Fee $175

405. $10,000 High Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Grand Prix~ 1.40m (Sacramento International World Cup Week only)

Entry Fee $350

408. $2,500 High Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic ~ 1.35m - 1.40m (Del Mar International Only)

Entry Fee $250

427. $5,000 1.35m Jumper Classic (Del Mar International Welcome Week Only)

Entry Fee $300

405. $2,000 1.30m Jumper Classic (Del Mar International Only)

Entry Fee

426. $1,000 1.15m Jumper Classic (Sacramento International World Cup Week only)

Entry Fee $125

413. $1,000 Round Meadow Farm 1.20m Jumper Classic (Sacramento International World Cup Week only)

Entry Fee $125

413. $5,000 1.20m Jumper Classic (Sacramento International Season Finale only)

Entry Fee $300

jumper Classics

$200

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Feature Classes Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

430. Sacramento International Horse Show/ NorCal Equitation Championship Sacramento International 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. (3) The same horse must be used in all phases of the event. No Exceptions. (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 the jumper phase or during the third phase of 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 to 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. (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. Riders will be judged in the warm up area and given a score ranging from -2 to 2 added to the final score.

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Feature Classes Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

600. $15,000 STONERIDGE SACRAMENTO INTERNATIONAL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP (1.20m) Sacramento International Welcome Week only Entry Fee - $500 per horse

JUDGING

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 two different rounds 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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601. $10,000 USHJA Child/Adult Regional Championship (1.10m) Sacramento International Welcome Week only Entry Fee - No Entry Fee

Nominating Fee - $100

1. REGIONS: There will be 4 Regions, composed of the USHJA Zones. a. North – Zones 1, 2, and 5 b. South – Zones 3 and 4 c. Central – Zones 6 and 7 d. West – Zones 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

Feature classes are unique to each show.

2. MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Riders wishing to participate in the USHJA Children’s and Adult Amateur Jumper Championships must be U.S. citizens, and must complete an application. The rider must be a current active USEF and USHJA Junior or Amateur member in good standing (see GR126.1 & JP 100.1). The region of each rider is determined by the rider’s point state as recorded with USEF as of December 1, 2012 (See JP 100.4). The horse must be registered with USHJA (see JP 100.2) and recorded with USEF pursuant to USEF GR 1102, in good standing under USEF rules, and shown under the owner of record who must be an active member of USHJA (see GR 1110.1). The rider, parent, and horse owner(s) must certify by signing the USEF Code of Conduct that they understand this document and agree to be bound by it.

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3. QUALIFYING PROCEDURES: For each Regional Championship, the qualifying period will begin the first day following the conclusion of the Regional Championship and end thirty days prior to the first day of the Regional Championship the following year (exception: The first year of the Championship the qualifying period will begin December 1, 2012 ) a. No rider may compete in a Regional Championship if he/she has ridden in a class of $25,000 or more within the last 5 years (except those classes restricted to Children’s and/or Adult Amateur jumpers or classes held at 1.20m and under). b. No rider may compete in a Regional Championships if he/she has ridden in any class over 1.20m during the qualifying period. 4. COMPOSITION OF TEAMS AND INDIVIDUAL COMPETITORS: a. The number of Children’s jumper riders and Adult Amateur Jumper riders residing in a state the previous year determines the number of teams that the State may send to the Championship. • Less than 150 Children’s Jumper riders................................. 1 team • 150 – 299 Children’s Jumper riders....................................... 2 teams • 300 – 449 Children’s Jumper riders....................................... 3 teams • Less than 150 Adult Jumper riders........................................ 1 team • 150 – 299 Adult Jumper riders............................................... 2 teams • 300 – 449 Adult Jumper riders............................................... 3 teams b. A team will consist of a minimum of three horse/rider combinations but not more than four. These riders will participate in both the Team and the Individual competition. c. The fifth horse/rider combination will compete only in the Individual Championship. i. The rider is the 5th ranked horse/rider combination in the State’s Regional Championship Standings. ii. He will serve as the team’s Traveling Replacement horse/rider combination should a member of the team be unable to participate. d. If a State is unable to field a team, that state may send up to two horse/rider combinations to participate in the Individual Championship. e. If a state is unable to field a team of at least three horse/horse combinations, the state may apply to the USHJA to combine with another state, preferably a state within their zone, which is also unable to field a full team. Once all the entries are submitted, the USHJA will make the final decision to combine the horse/rider combinations no later than the first Chef d’Equipe meeting at the championship. Regional coordinators may act as the USHJA representative in the final decision to combine teams. 5. TEAM SELECTION: a. Horse /rider combinations from each state will be selected according to points won at USEF Licensed Competitions. i. Horse/rider combinations can acquire points in any state.

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b. In the event of a tie in the standings, the tie will be broken by the number of first places, followed by the number of second places, and so on until the tie is broken. c. If a rider has more than one horse in the top four positions of their states’ standings, the rider may choose which horse he will compete and the next highest ranked horse/rider combination will move into the vacancy. d. In the event a qualified horse/rider combination is unable to compete due to illness or injury to a rider or horse, or other unforeseen circumstances, the next highest ranked horse/rider combination in the state will move into the vacancy. i. If a state is eligible to send multiple teams (see section 6. a) in either the Children’s or Adult Amateur sections, these teams will be formed from the top horse/rider combinations in the Championship Standings using the following split type format: the top four horse/rider combinations will make up Team One; Team Two will be comprised of the next four horse/rider combinations; Team Three will be comprised of the next four horse/rider combinations; and so on. After the top horse/rider combinations are selected for the multiple teams, the next highest ranked horse/rider combination will be the Traveling Replacement Combination for Team One, the following highest ranked horse/ rider combination will be the Traveling Replacement Combination for Team Two and the following highest ranked horse/rider combination will be the Traveling Replacement Combination for Team Three; and so on. See 7.c if a state’s standings have riders with multiple horses in the standings. 6. REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITION SPECIFICATIONS: Regional Championships must be held over four days with a rest day on Day Three. The following three classes must be held in the order listed. a. Day One – The First Individual Qualifying Class will be conducted under Table II.2.1. Fences to be set at 1.10m with spreads to 1.20m. Speed 350m/m. 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 1.15m with spreads to 1.25m. Speed 350m/m. c. Day Three – Rest day. d. Day Four – The Individual Championship will conclude with the Third Individual Qualifying Class. It will be held over two rounds. Fences to be set at 1.15m with spreads to 1.30m. Speed 350m/m. for each round. Each course must have no fewer than 12 jumping efforts and either 2 doubles or one triple and one double combination. Three out of the five courses must include a Liverpool. 7. SCORING: First Individual Qualifying Class – Scored under Table 2, II. 1. Time in the first round will determine the placing in the case of equality of faults. If a Rider is eliminated or retires from the round, he will receive 20 faults more than the competitor with the most penalties. Team Championship/Second Individual Qualifying Class - Nations Cup format – 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. The Team Championship is open only to rider/horse combinations that have taken part in the First Individual Qualifying Class (Day One). For the Team Championship 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. If a jump-off is required, all team members will compete in the jump-off. Individual Championship/Third Individual Qualifying Class – Table II modified over two different rounds with a jump-off against the clock in case of equality for 1st, 2nd and/or 3rd place. If two jumpoffs are required, the jump off for third place will take place before the jump-off for second and first place. The top 20 placed horse/rider combinations based on the cumulative penalties from the First, and Second (both rounds) Individual Qualifying Classes, including ties for twentieth place are eligible to compete. They must have participated in the First Individual Qualifying Class (completed or not) and have completed the Second Individual Qualifying Class without having been eliminated or retiring. 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 who 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).

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Feature Classes Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

8. STARTING ORDER FOR THE TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIPS : 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. i. 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. ii. The starting order for Round B will follow the reverse order of the penalties incurred in the First and Second Individual Qualifying Classes first and Round A. The horse/ rider combination with the greatest number of penalties will start first; the horse/rider combination with the least penalties will start last. iii. In the event of horse/rider combinations with equal penalties after Round B, there will be one jump-off against the clock. The Starting Order will be the same order used for round B. 9. EQUIPMENT: Running martingales used in conventional manner. No standing or German martingales, draw reins, or weighted boots; 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 (shoe excluded).

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10. SOUNDNESS: There will be a MANDATORY HORSE INSPECTION at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, September 25, 2013. The horse inspection will be held not more than 24 hours prior to the start of the First Individual Qualifying Class. The exact time and location will be included in the prize list for each Championship. A Person Responsible for the horse must be present at the horse inspection. For the purposes of these Championships the Person Responsible is defined as the rider, trainer, parent/ guardian, or an authorized representative (authorization in writing is required). Horses are required to have health documents, coggins and vaccination records as required by their state of origin and the state in which the Championship is being held. Additional health protocols may be instituted by competition management and will be listed in the prize list for each Championship. Horses not accepted at the horse inspection will have the opportunity to be re-presented once prior to the First Individual Qualifying Class. Horses not accepted after being re-presented will not be allowed to compete. 11. SCHOOLING: USEF Jumper Schooling Rules will be in effect from 24 hours prior to the start of the first class of the competition and throughout the competition. Schooling must take place in designated schooling areas. There will be a mandatory check-in 24 hours prior to the start of the start of the first class restricted to riders in the Championship, including any warm-up or schooling class. Following the check-in, only the qualified rider may be mounted on his/her competition horse. 12. HORSE RESTRICTION: Horses competing in the Championships may not compete in any other class at the same competition. 13. BONUS POINTS: The following bonus points will be awarded in each of the three classes comprising each Championships, i.e. the First Individual Qualifying Class, the Team Championship/Second Individual Qualifying Class, and the Third Individual Qualifying Class: 1st - 40 points 2nd – 35 points

3rd – 30 points 4th – 25 points

5th – 20 points 6th – 15 points

7th – 10 points 8th – 5 points

In the Team Championship/Second Individual Qualifying Class, providing they complete the course in the first round, each competitor on the first place team will receive 40 points, each competitor on the second placed team will receive 35, and so on. In the Team Championship, any ties below 3rd, the points of those tied are totaled and divided according to the number of those teams tied. 14. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Passports are not required. Horses are required to have health documents and vaccinations as required by their state of origin and the state of the Championship. 15. The USHJA Children’s and Adult Amateur Regional Championships and the related format and specifications are the sole properties of the USHJA and may only be held, conducted or used upon the terms and conditions specified by the USHJA. USHJA reserves the right to change language in documents related to the conduct of the USHJA Children’s and Adult Amateur Regional Championships as necessary for the purposes of consistency and clarity.

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Feature Classes Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

414. $5,000 1.35m Welcome Stake October 2 Sacramento International World Cup Week only Entry Fee - $300

409. $2,500 Land Rover Ride & Drive October 4 Sacramento International World Cup Week only Entry Fee - $300

1.30m. Open to the following: Winner of 2012 Grand Prix of Sacramento; Winner of 2012 Ride & Drive; Winner of the $33,000 Jumper Classic; Winner of the $25,000 Grand Prix Week I; Top (3) from the September 1 PCHA Grand Prix Riders list. An additional (2) invitations MAY be issued by the OC. One horse per rider.

410. $4,000 High Jump October 2

Sacramento International World Cup Week only One horse per rider. Entry Fee - $300

DIRECTIONS TO MURIETA EQUESTRIAN CENTER

DIRECTIONS TO DEL MAR FAIRGROUNDS

7200 Lone Pine Drive, Rancho Murieta, CA 95683

2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar, California 92014 858-755-1161

From San Francisco: Highway 80 to Sacramento Highway 50 to Bradshaw exit South (right) on Bradshaw Jackson Highway East (left) on Jackson Highway 8 miles to Murieta Equestrian Center From Stockton: Highway 99 North Exit Dillard Road Northeast (right) on Dillard Road to Jackson Highway East (right) on Jackson Highway to Murieta Equestrian Center From Reno: Highway 80 toward Sacramento Exit Sierra College Blvd. (becomes Hazel) South on Sierra College Blvd (Hazel) to Highway 50 West on 50 to Sunrise Blvd. South Sunrise Blvd. South to Jackson Highway East (left) on Jackson Highway to MEC

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Del Mar Fairgrounds is located 20 miles north of downtown San Diego, in the city of Del Mar If you are driving, from I-5, take the Via de la Valle exit and head west (left for northbound exits; right for southbound exits). Take Via De La Valle to Jimmy Durante Boulevard and turn left. Follow signs and the instructions of parking personnel to Fair parking.


Feature Classes Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

425. $5,000 OAK HAVEN, LLC GRAND PRIX HUNTER DERBY ~ SEPTEMBER 27 425. $5,000 HALEY FARMS, LLC GRAND PRIX HUNTER DERBY ~ OCTOBER 18 PRESENTED BY FLEECEWORKS Del Mar International World Cup Week $25,000 Grand Prix Hunter Derby Qualifying Class Sacramento International Welcome Week & Del Mar International Welcome Week Only Entry Fee - $300 Open to all horses and riders. All riders will jump a course of at least ten fences. Riders will have the option to compete at 3' 6" or at 3' 3". The course will have at least 2 option fences set at 2 to 3 inches above respective heights. The options in the 3' 3" section will not exceed 3'5". The format of this class will be a two round hunter derby.

Course Round 1 will be a hunter derby course with a time allowed. In addition to the traditional scoring system, both rounds will be run against the clock. The course will be set at 375 meters per minute with a time allowed. One point will be deducted for every second or fraction thereof over the time allowed. One point will be awarded for every second or fraction thereof under the time allowed. The second round will be a shortened course of 7 – 8 jumps with a time allowed. For every second or fraction thereof above the time allowed, one (1) point will be deducted from the judge’s scores. There will be a tone to indicate that competitors must start within 45 seconds. Should a competitor fail to start within the 45 seconds then the clock will begin and the score will reflect the extra time taken. Horses judged on performance, way of going, style and handiness. Horses will be severely penalized for excessive speed and dangerously leaving out strides.

Rider Pool $50 per entry fee of each qualifying class and the Final will be added to a rider pool. The top four (4) riders in the series will share in the total pool at the Final. The Final, plus all qualifying classes, will count towards the Rider Pool standings. Shares of the rider pool will be allocated based on the following breakdown: 1st 50% 2nd 25% 3rd15% 4th 10%. Any rider who fails to participate in award ceremonies throughout the series or at the Final will not be eligible for the Rider Pool and the next rider in the standings will move up in the awards. There will be no exceptions to this rule. Prize Money

Prize money will pay to guaranty prize money to 8th. Horses in the top eight(8) not returning for the second round will receive prize money equal to the entry fee that is deducted from the total prize money offered. Horses competing in the second round will be awarded prize money according to the table below. 1) 1st: 100% 2) 1st: 60%|2nd: 40% 3) 1st: 48%|2nd: 30%|3rd: 22% 4) 1st: 40%|2nd: 28%|3rd: 20%|4th: 12% 5) 1st: 36%|2nd: 24%|3rd: 20%|4th: 12%|5th: 8% 6) 1st: 36%|2nd: 24%|3rd: 16%|4th: 10%|5th: 8%|6th: 6% 7) 1st: 36%|2nd: 24%|3rd: 16%|4th: 10%|5th: 6%|6th: 4%|7th: 4% 8) 1st: 36%|2nd: 24%|3rd: 14%|4th: 10%|5th: 4%|6th: 4%|7th: 4%|8th: 4% 9) 1st: 36%|2nd: 22%|3rd: 12%|4th: 10%|5th: 4%|6th: 4%|7th: 4%|8th: 4%|9th: 4% 10) 1st: 36%|2nd: 22%|3rd: 12%|4th: 8%|5th: 4%|6th: 4%|7th: 4%|8th: 4%|9th: 4%|10th: 2%

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Feature Classes Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

422. $5,000 BUFFALO SOLDIER PONY HUNTER DERBY PRESENTED BY THE GABLER FAMILY Del Mar International Welcome Week only

Entry Fee - $300

To be shown over a derby style course of 10-12 jumps at respective pony heights. To be judged on performance and soundness, suitability to count. To be scored under the open numerical system. Ponies will not be asked to jog. Open to all ponies showing at the del mar International i in the pony hunter divisions. All ponies will jump one round at their respective heights and receive a numerical score from the judge(s). The computer will draw the order of go for each section. All ponies from each height section from round i will return for round ii. First round scores will be carried forward and order of go will be in reverse. The round ii score will be averaged with the round i score to determine final placing. In case of ties for first place in any section or for grand champion or grand reserve champion, the judges will confer and determine relative placing of those ties. Grand champion and grand reserve champion will be awarded to the ponies with the overall highest and second highest scores from the two rounds with all sections combined. Awards & prize money will be given in each height section as follows: Small ponies: $1,500 | Medium ponies: $1,500 | Large ponies: $1,500 | Grand champion: $300 Grand reserve champion: $200 | Ribbons to 10th. Coolers along with perpetual trophies will be awarded to first place of each height and to the grand champion and grand reserve champion.

404. $15,000 OPEN EQUITATION CHALLENGE OCTOBER 17 & 19 Del Mar International Welcome Week only

Entry Fee - $375

Open to all riders. To be shown over an advanced equitation course, 3’6”. Emphasis will be put on riding style, technique, and accuracy. The first round will be held over a jumper type course of approximately 12 jumps and include at least one (1) triple or two (2) double combinations and a liverpool. Round ii will be limited to the top 8 riders from round i. Round ii will be judged over a course of 8–10 jumps with emphasis put on promptness and handiness. Bonus points will be given for the successful execution of inside tracks and the rider’s ability to complete the course in a quick, efficient manner. A mandatory four (4) point deduction will be given for any jumping faults. No trainers will be allowed to walk the course. If a junior or amateur wins, the prize money is paid to the trainer per USEF rules.

412. $5,000 LEWIS CIRCLE OF HORSES PRIX DE NATIONS ~ OCTOBER 19 Del Mar International Welcome Week only

Entry Fee - $300

Each member of each team will jump 1 round over a course of 12 obstacles. One rider on each team will designate which height they jump, choosing from 1.10m, 1.20m, or 1.30m and the professional must jump 1.40m. The top four teams of the first round will start in the second round. In case of equality of penalties for the 4th place, the times of the best 3 competitors of each team concerned will be the deciding factor. The penalties incurred by the three best competitors of each team in the first round are added to the penalties incurred by the three best competitors in the second round. In the event of equality of points for 1st place only, there will be a jump off with one competitor per team participating. Entries: the organizing committee reserves the right to limit teams if required. The prize money will be paid to the teams as per competition specifications. Each team will consist of 4 riders and a captain. If possible, all competitors will compete as part of a prix de nations team. Individuals will be made part of a team during the riders meeting. In the event of unequal members, those competitors will be allowed to compete as individuals in the first round of the competition. Order of go: the order of go within each team is decided by the organizing committee. The order of team-go in the second round will be in the reverse order of the total penalties incurred by the teams in the first round. The competitors of each team are to start in the same order as the first round. Teams that tie after the first round will take the same order of starting as in the first round. The order of go in the jump off will be the same as their order of starting for the second round. Ribbons and prize money through tenth. Prize money divided as follows: 25%, 20%,15%,12%, 8%, 6%, 5%, 4%, 3%, 2%

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Feature Classes Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

430. Sacramento International Horse Show Hunt Teams of Three Tandem Sacramento International Season Finale only

Entry Fee - $50 per horse

Horses enter individually on entry form. Open to horses and ponies. Section I - Fence Heights: 2’ to 2’3”. Section II - Fence Heights: 2’6”. Section III - Fence Heights 3’. Please specify on entry form which section your team is competing in. To be ridden in tandem except for the last fence, which shall be taken abreast. Performance, way of going as a team, 75%; quality, substance, soundness and resemblance as a team, 25%. Trophy to each member of winning team, and ribbons to each team member through 8th place. Special award given to the Best Costume Team.

413. $25,000 PCHA/EQUINE INSURANCE CHILDREN’S/ADULT HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP OCTOBER 19 - 20

Winner to receive the “Nothing To It” Perpetual Trophy sponsored by the Karazissis family in memory of Diana Karazissis Entry Fee - $450 Del Mar International Welcome Week only Open to the top 60 child/adult amateur horse/rider combinations, including ties, from the PCHA children’s/adult amateur hunter standings as of Monday September 16, 2013. The qualifying period for this class is January 1, 2013 through September 16, 2013. All horses, riders and owners must be current PCHA members. Classes to count at each show include the children’s hunters, adult amateur hunters, and the child/adult amateur hunter classics. Each horse/rider combination must have competed in one other class during the del mar international welcome week. The top 60 to compete in a first round on Saturday, October 19, and the top 25 horse/rider combinations to compete for the championship on Sunday, October 20. Order of go in reverse order of qualifying. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows:

1st . . . . . . . . $7,500 2nd . . . . . . . . $5,500 3rd . . . . . . . . $3,250

4th . . . . . . . . $2,000 5th . . . . . . . . $1,500 6th . . . . . . . . $1,250

7th . . . . . . . . $1,000 8th . . . . . . . . $750 9th . . . . . . . . . $750

10th . . . . . . . . $500 11th . . . . . . . . $500 12th . . . . . . . . $500

413. $24,500 PCHA/EQUINE INSURANCE CHILDREN’S/ADULT JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP OCTOBER 26

FEATURING THE DEL MAR HALLOWEEN COSTUME COMPETITION Winner to receive the “Sir Henry” Perpetual Trophy sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Robert Buie Entry Fee - $450 Del Mar International World Cup Week only

Open to the top 40 Child/Adult Amateur horse/rider combinations, including ties, from the PCHA Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper Standings as of Monday September 16, 2013. The Qualifying period for this class is January 1, 2013 through September 16, 2013. All horses, riders and owners must be current PCHA members. Classes to count at each show include the Children’s Jumpers, Adult Amateur Jumpers, and the Child/Adult Amateur Jumper Classics. Winners of the Children’s and Adult Jumper classes on Thursday and Friday of the Del Mar International will also qualify for the Championship. Each horse/rider combination must have competed in one other class during the Del Mar International. Additional invitations will be extended to the Champions and Reserves in Children’s and Adult Jumpers at the Del Mar International Welcome Week. Any horse and rider combination that competes over 1.20m during the 2013 show season will become ineligible to compete in the championship. Any rider that competes above 1.30m during the 2013 show season will not be eligible for the Championship. Fences 1.10m. Order of go in reverse order of qualifying. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows:

1st . . . . . . . . $7,250 2nd . . . . . . . . $5,250 3rd . . . . . . . . $3,250

4th . . . . . . . . $2,000 5th . . . . . . . . $1,500 6th . . . . . . . . $1,250

7th . . . . . . . . $1,000 8th . . . . . . . . $750 9th . . . . . . . . . $750

10th . . . . . . . . $500 11th . . . . . . . . $500 12th . . . . . . . . $500 27


Feature Classes

420. $25,000 Grand Prix Hunter Derby Final October 25 Winner to receive the Bubbaloo Memorial Trophy sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Jon Williams & Davlyn Farms Del Mar International World Cup Week Only

Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

Entry Fee - $550

This event will be held as a two-round competition, set at two different heights (3’ 3” & 3’6”).The course will have at least 2 option fences set at 2 to 3 inches above respective heights. The options in the 3’ 3” section will not exceed 3’5“. The format of this class will be a two round hunter derby. The second round is limited to any horse within seven (7) percentage points of the leader.

judging To be scored under the open numerical system by three (3) independent judges. The competition will be judged on the following: performance, soundness, manners, suitability, brilliance, efficiency and handiness. Horses will be severely penalized for excessive speed and dangerously leaving out of strides. Horses are judged from the moment they enter the arena. A tone will sound to indicate that the rider has 45 seconds to begin the course. If a rider fails to begin the course within the 45 seconds the clock will automatically begin. scoring In addition to the traditional scoring system, the both rounds will be run against the clock. The course will be set at 375 meters per minute with a time allowed. One point will be deducted for every second or fraction thereof over the time allowed. One point will be awarded for every second or fraction thereof under the time allowed. COURSE The course will be the same every year, with only minor adjustments. Round 1: Order of go will be in reverse order of qualifying. Round 2: The second round will be a shortened course (7-8 fences) and horses will be awarded standard numerical scores only. HORSE OF THE YEAR AWARDS

the Year awards.

Horses will not receive points for Horse of

QUALIFYING This event is open to the top 35 horses from the following qualifying classes. Additionally, any rider winning a rated hunter class at the Del Mar International World Cup Week, October 23 – 27, will be eligible to enter the Grand Prix Hunter Derby Final on any horse. The 2012 Champion from the Grand Prix Hunter Derby Final is automatically qualified on a horse of their choice. In the event that there are not 30 qualified horses available, all Champions and Reserves from Del Mar International World Cup week may be invited. Points from qualifying classes will be awarded as the number in the class plus two (2). The second place horse receives points equal to the number of horses in the class, and so on. For example, if there are 25 horses, the first place horse receives 27 points, second place receives 25 points, and third place receives 24, and so on. RIDER POOL

$50 per entry fee of each qualifying class and the Final will be added to the rider pool. The top four (4) riders in the series will share in the total pool at the Final. The Final, plus all qualifying classes, will count towards the Rider Pool standings. Shares of the rider pool will be allocated based on the following breakdown: 1st 50% 2nd 25% 3rd15% 4th 10%. Any rider who fails to participate in award ceremonies throughout the series or at the Final will not be eligible for the Rider Pool and the next rider in the standings will move up in the awards. There will be no exceptions to this rule.

PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTION FOR THE FINAL Prize money will pay to guaranty prize money to 8th. Horses in the top eight (8) not returning for the second round will receive prize money equal to the entry fee that is deducted from the total prize money offered. Horses competing in the second round will be awarded the balance of the prize money according to the table below. 1) 1st: 100% 2) 1st: 60%|2nd: 40% 3) 1st: 48%|2nd: 30%|3rd: 22% 4) 1st: 40%|2nd: 28%|3rd: 20%|4th: 12% 5) 1st: 36%|2nd: 24%|3rd: 20%|4th: 12%|5th: 8% 6) 1st: 36%|2nd: 24%|3rd: 16%|4th: 10%|5th: 8%|6th: 6% 7) 1st: 36%|2nd: 24%|3rd: 16%|4th: 10%|5th: 6%|6th: 4%|7th: 4% 8) 1st: 36%|2nd: 24%|3rd: 14%|4th: 10%|5th: 4%|6th: 4%|7th: 4%|8th: 4% 9) 1st: 36%|2nd: 22%|3rd: 12%|4th: 10%|5th: 4%|6th: 4%|7th: 4%|8th: 4%|9th: 4% 10) 1st: 36%|2nd: 22%|3rd: 12%|4th: 8%|5th: 4%|6th: 4%|7th: 4%|8th: 4%|9th: 4%|10th: 2%

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Feature Classes

406. $25,000 Welcome Grand Prix September 28 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Event Sacramento International Welcome Week only Entry Fee - $400

Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

Nominating Fee - $100

Total Class Fee - $500

1.40m 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 “National” standard. Speed at: 375 meters per minute. The first round and first jump-off, if any, is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. If there are no clean rounds and a tie exists for the first place, there will be one jump-off in which time will decide in the event of equality of faults. *Please note Class 406 does not meet the requirements to be eligible for the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List points. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows:

1st . . . . . . . . $7,500 2nd . . . . . . . . $5,500 3rd . . . . . . . . $3,250

4th . . . . . . . . $2,000 5th . . . . . . . . $1,500 6th . . . . . . . . $1,250

7th . . . . . . . . $1,000 8th . . . . . . . . $750 9th . . . . . . . . . $750

10th . . . . . . . . $500 11th . . . . . . . . $500 12th . . . . . . . . $500

411. $25,000 iJump Sports Jumper Classic October 6 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Event Sacramento International World Cup Week only Entry Fee - $400

Nominating Fee - $100

Total Class Fee - $500

1.40m 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 “National” standard. Speed at: 375 meters per minute. The first round and first jump-off, if any, is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. If there are no clean rounds and a tie exists for the first place, there will be one jump-off in which time will decide in the event of equality of faults. *Please note Class 411 does not meet the requirements to be eligible for the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List points. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows:

1st . . . . . . . . $7,500 2nd . . . . . . . . $5,500 3rd . . . . . . . . $3,250

4th . . . . . . . . $2,000 5th . . . . . . . . $1,500 6th . . . . . . . . $1,250

7th . . . . . . . . $1,000 8th . . . . . . . . $750 9th . . . . . . . . . $750

10th . . . . . . . . $500 11th . . . . . . . . $500 12th . . . . . . . . $500

414. $25,000 Del Mar Welcome Grand Prix October 19 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Event Del Mar International Welcome Week only Entry Fee - $400

Nominating Fee - $100

Total Class Fee - $500

1.40m. 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 “National” standard. Speed at: 375 meters per minute. The first round and first jump-off, if any, is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. If there are no clean rounds and a tie exists for the first place, there will be one jump-off in which time will decide in the event of equality of faults. *Please note Class 414 does not meet the requirements to be eligible for the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List points. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows:

1st . . . . . . . . $7,500 2nd . . . . . . . . $5,500 3rd . . . . . . . . $3,250 30

4th . . . . . . . . $2,000 5th . . . . . . . . $1,500 6th . . . . . . . . $1,250

7th . . . . . . . . $1,000 8th . . . . . . . . $750 9th . . . . . . . . . $750

10th . . . . . . . . $500 11th . . . . . . . . $500 12th . . . . . . . . $500


Feature Classes

411. $25,000 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Final ~ October 27 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Event Del Mar International World Cup only Entry Fee - $400

Feature classes are unique to each show. Please note the show and date of the classes.

Nominating Fee - $100

Total Class Fee - $500

1.40m. 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 “National� standard. Speed at: 375 meters per minute. The first round and first jump-off, if any, is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. If there are no clean rounds and a tie exists for the first place, there will be one jump-off in which time will decide in the event of equality of faults. *Please note Class 411 does not meet the requirements to be eligible for the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List points. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows:

1st . . . . . . . . $7,500 2nd . . . . . . . . $5,500 3rd . . . . . . . . $3,250

4th . . . . . . . . $2,000 5th . . . . . . . . $1,500 6th . . . . . . . . $1,250

7th . . . . . . . . $1,000 8th . . . . . . . . $750 9th . . . . . . . . . $750

10th . . . . . . . . $500 11th . . . . . . . . $500 12th . . . . . . . . $500


Fei

division 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. 1. 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. 2. 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. 3. 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. 4. 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. 5. 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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division Horses competing in this division must have an F.E.I. passport. The F.E.I. veterinarian inspection will take place at 4:30 P.M. on Wednesday October 2, 2013 for the Sacramento International and on Wednesday October 23 for the Del Mar International. Horses will be stabled in the Secured F.E.I. Stable Area and must remain until the conclusion of Grand Prix on Saturday night.

408. $33,000 WELCOME GRAND PRIX - 1.50M Sacramento International World Cup Week only Entry Fee - $550

Nominating Fee - $150

Total Class Fee - $700

Two (2) horses per rider. FEI: Against the Clock. Article 238.2.1. Speed: 350 meters per minute. No standing martingales. Poling and/or the use of offsets is not permitted at any time. FEI Article 243 Each competitor will jump one round over a course of approximately 12 to 15 jumps at the “International” standard. A competition against the clock with one initial course. Competitors are classified according to their penalties and time in the initial course. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows: 33%, 20%, 15%, 10%, 6%, 4.5%, 3%, 2.5%, 2%, 2%, 1%, 1%

412. $54,500 LAND ROVER GRAND PRIX OF SACRAMENTO Sacramento International World Cup Week only A World Cup and Thermal Million Qualifying Event Entry Fee - $650

Nominating Fee - $150

Total Class Fee - $800

Two(2) Horses per rider. FEI: Table A Mixed. One jump-off. Article 238.2.2. Speed: 350 meters per minute. No standing martingales. Poling and/or the use of offsets is not permitted at any time. FEI Article 243 Each competitor will jump one round over a course of approximately 12 to 15 jumps at the “International” standard. The first round and first jump-off, if any, are decided by adding together the penalties incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the time allowed to complete the course. A competition against the clock with one initial course and one jump-off. Competitors with equal penalties for first place, jump-off against the clock. The remaining competitors are classified according to their penalties and time in the initial course. 1.60m. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows: 33%, 20%, 15%, 10%, 6%, 4.5%, 3%, 2.5%, 2%, 2%, 1%, 1%

416. $33,000 Welcome Stake Del Mar International World Cup Week only Entry Fee - $550

Sacramento International All Grand Prix held at this show are eligible for inclusion on the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List. Certification Number 13057

All Grand Prix held at this show are eligible for inclusion on the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List. Certification Number 13056

Total Class Fee - $700

417. $54,500 Rancho Valencia World Cup Grand Prix of Del Mar Presented by California Horsetrader A World Cup and Thermal Million Qualifying Event Del Mar International World Cup Week only Entry Fee - $650

Del Mar International

Nominating Fee - $150

FEI: Against the clock. Article 238.2.1. Speed: 350 meters per minute. No standing martingales. Poling and/or the use of offsets are not permitted at any time. FEI Article 243 Each competitor will jump one round over a course of approximately 12 to 15 jumps at the “International” standard. A competition against the clock with one initial course. Competitors are classified according to their penalties and time in the initial courses. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows: 33%, 20%, 15%, 10%, 6%, 4.5%, 3%, 2.5%, 2%, 2%, 1%, 1%

Nominating Fee - $150

Total Class Fee - $800

Two(2) Horses per rider. FEI: Table A Mixed. One jump-off. Article 238.2.2. Speed: 350 meters per minute. No standing martingales. Poling and/or the use of offsets is not permitted at any time. FEI Article 243 Each competitor will jump one round over a course of approximately 12 to 15 jumps at the “International” standard. The first round and first jump-off, if any, are decided by adding together the penalties incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the time allowed to complete the course. A competition against the clock with one initial course and one jump-off. Competitors with equal penalties for first place, jump-off against the clock. The remaining competitors are classified according to their penalties and time in the initial course. 1.60m. Ribbons to twelfth. Prize money divided as follows: 33%, 20%, 15%, 10%, 6%, 4.5%, 3%, 2.5%, 2%, 2%, 1%, 1% GENERAL CONDITIONS: This event is organized in accordance with: FEI Statutes, 22nd edition, effective 15 April 2007, FEI General Regulations, 22nd edition, effective 1st June 2007, FEI Veterinary Regulations, 10th edition 2006, The Rules for Jumping Events, 22nd edition, effective 1st January 2006, and if applicable the Rules for the FEI World CupTM Jumping Events. FEI Special Regulations for Pony Riders and Children, 8th edition, 2006, CSI requirements (For all CSI events in Europe and Worldwide for Amateur Cat.), CSI 3*, 4* invitation system (Europe) and 5* invitation system (Worldwide), Equine Anti-Doping And Medication Control Rules (EADMCR), 1st edition, revision effective 1 June 2007, FEI AntiDoping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA), 1st edition, revision effective 26 July 2005, 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.

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Telephone

City/State/Zip

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.

USHJA#

COLOR

ASPCA

NAME OF HORSE

USEF/USHJA

City/State/Zip

Address

Rider Name

City/State/Zip

___-__-____ __-_______

PCHA

ASPCA

USEF/USHJA

Address

Fed #

Social Security #

Individual Name (one name only) or Corporation Name

PCHA

E-Mail

E-Mail

Telephone

City/State/Zip

City/State/Zip Telephone

Address

Address

Address

Social Security # (if corporation see below)

Trainer Name

Rider Name

RIDER ONE

Make checks payable to Sacramento International Horse Show. Mail to West Palms Event Management PO Box 4416 West Hills CA 91308 - Phone 818-987-3336 - No faxed entries - Include copies of your USEF and PCHA cards. 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, 2013

Owner Name

OWNER

September 24-29, 2013

Sacramento International Welcome Week

RIDER 1 RIDER 2


NORCAL

USEF/USHJA

HEIGHT AGE

Passport #

Telephone

NORCAL

1st Yr

2nd Yr

Sm

Med

Lg

Please circle below if applicable

Passport #

RIDER TWO

RIDER ONE

PCHA

E-Mail

Country

NORCAL

Country

Birthday

Birthday

Ck#

Closeout $

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

COACH (If applicable)

TRAINER (Mandatory)

ENTER ONLINE AT: www.jumpsacto.com or www.westpalmsevents.com

Signature:

Signature:

PARENT/GUARDIAN (Mandatory if rider/handler is a minor)

Is Rider/Driver/Handler a U.S. citizen? (please circle) Signature:

Yes No

Print Name:

Print Name:

RIDER/HANDLER (Mandatory)

Signature:

OWNER/MANAGER (Mandatory)

Print Name:

Yes No Signature:

RIDER/HANDLER (Mandatory)

$3.00 $3.00 $2.00 $30.00 $30.00 $35.00 $28.00

$5.00 $16.00

STABLE WITH:

NOMINATION 1 (No Prize $) $50.00 NOMINATION 2 (Prize $) $100.00 LATE FEE Prior to September 23 $50.00 LATE FEE at Show $100.00 STALLS (Before August 26) $250.00 STALLS (After August 26) $275.00 FEI STALL $250.00 TACK/GROOM STALLS $250.00 RV $350.00 3% CONVENIENCE FEE SEND ONLY NOMINATION AND STALL/TACK FEES WITH ENTRY TOTAL AMOUNT DUE

HORSE SHOW FEES

PCHA FEE USHJA FEE USEF NON MEMBER FEE USHJA NON MEMBER FEE IHP FEI

NORCAL FEE

($8 Drugs & Meds, $8 USEF)

CDFA DRUG FEE USEF FEDERATION FEE

Date

Date

CVV#

Country

NORCAL

Billing Zip

ASSOCIATON FEES

CLASSES

Ck#

Exp.

PAYMENT INFO

Deposit Received $

Signature

Cardholder Name

Credit Card #

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

Is Rider/Driver/Handler a U.S. citizen? (please circle) Signature:

Passport #

PCHA

USEF/USHJA ASPCA

E-Mail

TRAINER

Telephone

City/State/Zip

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.

USHJA#

Passport #

SIRE

DAM

COLOR

Name of Horse

SEX

ASPCA

HORSE INFORMATION

USEF/USHJA

City/State/Zip

Address

City/State/Zip

___-__-____ __-_______

Rider Name

ASPCA

PCHA

USEF/USHJA

Address

Fed #

Social Security #

Individual Name (one name only) or Corporation Name

PCHA

E-Mail

E-Mail

Telephone

City/State/Zip

City/State/Zip Telephone

Address

Address

Address

Social Security # (if corporation see below)

Trainer Name

Rider Name

RIDER ONE

Make checks payable to Sacramento International Horse Show. Mail to West Palms Event Management PO Box 4416 West Hills CA 91308 - Phone 818-987-3336 - No faxed entries - Include copies of your USEF and PCHA cards. 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, 2013

Owner Name

OWNER

October 1-6, 2013

Sacramento International Horse Show

RIDER 1 RIDER 2


E-Mail

NORCAL

USEF/USHJA

HEIGHT AGE

Telephone

NORCAL

1st Yr

2nd Yr

Sm

Med

Lg

Please circle below if applicable

SEX

RIDER TWO

RIDER ONE

PCHA

E-Mail NORCAL

Birthday

Birthday

Closeout $

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

COACH (If applicable)

TRAINER (Mandatory)

ENTER ONLINE AT: www.jumpsacto.com or www.westpalmsevents.com

Signature:

Signature:

PARENT/GUARDIAN (Mandatory if rider/handler is a minor)

Is Rider/Driver/Handler a U.S. citizen? (please circle) Signature: Yes No

Print Name:

Print Name:

RIDER/HANDLER (Mandatory)

Signature:

Signature:

Print Name:

Yes No

OWNER/MANAGER (Mandatory)

Is Rider/Driver/Handler a U.S. citizen? (please circle) Signature:

RIDER/HANDLER (Mandatory)

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

($8 Drugs & Meds, $8 USEF)

CDFA DRUG FEE USEF FEDERATION FEE

$50.00 $100.00 $50.00 $100.00 $250.00 $275.00 $250.00 $350.00

$3.00 $3.00 $2.00 $30.00 $30.00

$5.00 $16.00

STABLE WITH:

SEND ONLY NOMINATION AND STALL/TACK FEES WITH ENTRY TOTAL AMOUNT DUE

NOMINATION 1 (No Prize $) NOMINATION 2 (Prize $) LATE FEE Prior to November 4 LATE FEE at Show STALLS (Before October 7) STALLS (After October 7) TACK/GROOM STALLS RV 3% CONVENIENCE FEE

Date Date

CVV#

NORCAL

Billing Zip

HORSE SHOW FEES

PCHA FEE USHJA FEE USEF NON MEMBER FEE USHJA NON MEMBER FEE

NORCAL FEE

Exp.

ASSOCIATON FEES

CLASSES

Ck# Ck#

Deposit Received $

Signature

Cardholder Name

Credit Card #

PAYMENT INFO

PCHA

USEF/USHJA ASPCA

E-Mail

TRAINER

Telephone

City/State/Zip

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.

USHJA#

COLOR

ASPCA

NAME OF HORSE

USEF/USHJA

City/State/Zip

Address

Rider Name

City/State/Zip

___-__-____ __-_______

PCHA

ASPCA

USEF/USHJA

Address

Fed #

Social Security #

Individual Name (one name only) or Corporation Name

PCHA

E-Mail

Telephone

City/State/Zip

City/State/Zip Telephone

Address

Address

Address

Social Security # (if corporation see below)

Trainer Name

Rider Name

RIDER ONE

Make checks payable to Sacramento International Horse Show. Mail to West Palms Event Management PO Box 4416 West Hills CA 91308 - Phone 818-987-3336 - No faxed entries - Include copies of your USEF and PCHA cards. SEND ONLY NOMINATING AND STALL FEES WITH ENTRY. INCOMPLETE ENTRIES WILL BE CHARGED A $50 HANDLING FEE - Entries close and must be received by October 7, 2013

Owner Name

OWNER

November 7-10, 2013

Sacramento International Season Finale

RIDER 1 RIDER 2


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HEIGHT AGE

Telephone

1st Yr

2nd Yr

Sm

Med

Lg

Please circle below if applicable

SEX

RIDER TWO

RIDER ONE

PCHA

E-Mail

Birthday

Birthday

Ck#

Closeout $

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

COACH (If applicable)

TRAINER (Mandatory)

ENTER ONLINE AT: www.jumpdelmar.com or www.westpalmsevents.com

Signature:

Signature:

PARENT/GUARDIAN (Mandatory if rider/handler is a minor)

Is Rider/Driver/Handler a U.S. citizen? (please circle) Signature: Yes No

Print Name:

Print Name:

RIDER/HANDLER (Mandatory)

Signature:

Signature:

Print Name:

Yes No

OWNER/MANAGER (Mandatory)

Is Rider/Driver/Handler a U.S. citizen? (please circle) Signature:

RIDER/HANDLER (Mandatory)

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

Exp.

STABLE WITH:

CVV#

$50.00 $100.00 $50.00 $100.00 $250.00 $275.00 $250.00

$3.00 $2.00 $30.00 $30.00

$5.00 $16.00

SEND ONLY NOMINATION AND STALL/TACK FEES WITH ENTRY TOTAL AMOUNT DUE

NOMINATION 1 (No Prize $) NOMINATION 2 (Prize $) LATE FEE Prior to October 14 LATE FEE at Show STALLS (Before September 16) STALLS (After September 16) TACK/GROOM STALLS 3% CONVENIENCE FEE

HORSE SHOW FEES

PCHA FEE USHJA FEE USEF NON MEMBER FEE USHJA NON MEMBER FEE

($8 Drugs & Meds, $8 USEF)

CDFA DRUG FEE USEF FEDERATION FEE

Date

Date

Billing Zip

ASSOCIATON FEES

CLASSES

Ck#

Deposit Received $

Signature

Cardholder Name

Credit Card #

PAYMENT INFO

PCHA

USEF/USHJA ASPCA

E-Mail

TRAINER

Telephone

City/State/Zip

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.

USHJA#

COLOR

ASPCA

NAME OF HORSE

USEF/USHJA

City/State/Zip

Address

City/State/Zip

___-__-____ __-_______

Address

Fed #

Social Security #

Rider Name

Individual Name (one name only) or Corporation Name

PCHA

USEF/USHJA

PCHA

USEF/USHJA ASPCA

E-Mail

E-Mail

Telephone

City/State/Zip

City/State/Zip Telephone

Address

Address

Address

Social Security # (if corporation see below)

Trainer Name

Rider Name

RIDER ONE

Make checks payable to West Palms Event Management . Mail to West Palms Event Management PO Box 4416 West Hills CA 91308 - Phone 818-987-3336 - No faxed entries - Include copies of your USEF and PCHA cards. SEND ONLY NOMINATING AND STALL FEES WITH ENTRY. INCOMPLETE ENTRIES WILL BE CHARGED A $50 HANDLING FEE - Entries close and must be received by September 16, 2013

Owner Name

OWNER

October 16-20, 2013

Del Mar International Welcome Week

RIDER 1 RIDER 2


HEIGHT AGE

Passport #

USEF/USHJA

Telephone

ASPCA

1st Yr

2nd Yr

Sm

Med

Lg

Please circle below if applicable

RIDER TWO

RIDER ONE

E-Mail

Country

ASPCA

Country

Birthday

Birthday

Ck#

Closeout $

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

COACH (If applicable)

TRAINER (Mandatory)

ENTER ONLINE AT: www.jumpdelmar.com or www.westpalmsevents.com

Signature:

Signature:

PARENT/GUARDIAN (Mandatory if rider/handler is a minor)

Is Rider/Driver/Handler a U.S. citizen? (please circle) Signature: Yes No

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

RIDER/HANDLER (Mandatory)

Signature:

Signature:

Yes No

OWNER/MANAGER (Mandatory)

Is Rider/Driver/Handler a U.S. citizen? (please circle) Signature:

RIDER/HANDLER (Mandatory)

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

Exp.

$50.00 $100.00 $50.00 $100.00 $250.00 $275.00 $250.00 $250.00

$3.00 $2.00 $30.00 $30.00 $35.00 $28.00

$5.00 $16.00

STABLE WITH:

SEND ONLY NOMINATION AND STALL/TACK FEES WITH ENTRY TOTAL AMOUNT DUE

NOMINATION 1 (No Prize $) NOMINATION 2 (Prize $) LATE FEE Prior to October 14 LATE FEE at Show STALLS (Before September 16) STALLS (After September 16) FEI STALL TACK/GROOM STALLS 3% CONVENIENCE FEE

HORSE SHOW FEES

PCHA FEE USHJA FEE USEF NON MEMBER FEE USHJA NON MEMBER FEE IHP FEI

($8 Drugs & Meds, $8 USEF)

CDFA DRUG FEE USEF FEDERATION FEE

Date

Date

CVV#

Country

ASPCA

Billing Zip

ASSOCIATON FEES

CLASSES

Ck#

Deposit Received $

Signature

Cardholder Name

Credit Card #

PAYMENT INFO

PCHA

Passport #

E-Mail

USEF/USHJA

TRAINER

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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 West Palms Event Management . Mail to West Palms Event Management PO Box 4416 West Hills CA 91308 - Phone 818-987-3336 - No faxed entries - Include copies of your USEF and PCHA cards. SEND ONLY NOMINATING AND STALL FEES WITH ENTRY. INCOMPLETE ENTRIES WILL BE CHARGED A $50 HANDLING FEE - Entries close and must be received by September 16, 2013

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Del Mar International Horse Show

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1. The Sacramento International Horse Shows & The Del Mar 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 nonmember may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon payment of a $30 nonmember registration fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the Requirements of this rule: 1) lead line; 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.GR901 (See GR901.9 of the USEF Rules). 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, Del Mar Fairgrounds, 22nd DAA, Leone Equestrians, 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. 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 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

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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 or guardian of minor exhibitors. Parents or guardians of minor exhibitors shall hold the Horse Shows, West Palms Event Management, Del Mar Fairgrounds, 22nd DAA, 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: Sacramento International Horse Show Del Mar International: West Palms Event Management Or complete the credit card information and sign on the entry blank. A 3% convenience fee will be added for all credit card transactions. 7. PAYMENT: A blank 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 $25.00 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 $50.00 late fee. All entries received at the show will pay a $100.00 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. Horses and riders who go in a class without entering will pay a fee of $25.00. 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 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

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SOCIAL SECURITY/TAX ID Number IS LISTED ON THE ENTRY FORM. Internal Revenue Services 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. 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 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 10% of the face value of the check. 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: Stalls and tack rooms will be available for $250.00 if pre-paid with the Nomination fee by the closing date of entries and $275.00 if payment is not included except for the Sacramento International Season Finale in which the fees are $200.00 if pre-paid and $250.00 if not pre-paid. No bedding included. Exhibitors will be billed for any damage to property. Water buckets and hoses must be provided by the exhibitor. Sacramento International: Stalls are of portable construction, 10’ x 10’ with top and bottom doors. Del Mar International: All stalls are permanent 12’ X 12’, with Dutch doors. NO straw or synthetic/ paper materials permitted, only wood shavings. It is strictly forbidden to remove stall doors. 17. SAFETY REGULATIONS: Unauthorized use of the light fixtures will result in removal of your appliance. Smoking or open flame devices are not permitted


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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 forty-five (45) seconds to cross the start line. All show and warm-up arenas consist of sand/fiber footing. Sacramento International: Jumper Rings 130’ X 250’, 130’ X 220’, Hunter Rings 100’ X 230’, 120’ X 230’. Del Mar International: Jumper classes are held in the Del Mar Arena (dimensions 313’ x 153’) and the Durante Arena (dimensions 120’ x 220’). Both arenas have sand & fiber footing. Hunter classes are held in San Diego Arena (120’X 240’) with sand footing. 20. COMPUTER RANKING: The Grand Prix’s during the Welcome Week and Season Finale are not eligible to be included on the ROLEX/USEF Show Jumping Ranking list. Only the FEI Grand Prix classes during the World Cup Weeks are eligible for computer ranking and will be held under International standards. Management reserves the right to adjust the prize money of the Grand Prix if there are less than 10 horses entered in the Grand Prix as of the close of entries. 21. FEED AND BEDDING: Sacramento International: FEED & BEDDING WILL BE HANDLED BY THE HORSE SHOW OFFICE. Pre-orders must be ordered by using the form included in this book and sent with entry forms. Orders made during the show need to be in writing in the show office. Orders must be made by 1 P.M. each day for same-day delivery. Del Mar International: Orders must be made by 1 P.M. each day for same-day delivery. For advance orders call the FAIRGROUNDS FEED STORE AT (858) 509-5245 or fax (858) 794-1047. No orders will be delivered without an open check or credit card. 22. RV RESERVATIONS: Sacramento International: Contact Adrienne at akarazissis@gmail.com or (818) 987-3336. Please send form with your entry. Del Mar International: Please call the FAIRGROUNDS FEED STORE AT (858) 509-5245 or fax (858) 794-1047 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.

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. WEST NILE VIRUS VACCINATION INFORMATION: The management of the Sacramento International Horse Show in consultation with respected veterinarians and local animal health authorities strongly recommend and urge that all horses attending the Sacramento International Horse Show follow a two-part vaccination protocol consisting of a primary vaccination, followed by a booster 3-6 weeks later. Exhibitors should be prepared to provide proof of vaccination upon request of horse show management. Exhibitors should consult with their own veterinarians to effectively manage the possible effect and threat of West Nile Virus. Should you have any questions please contact the CDFAC. 27. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE: Sacramento International: WELCOME WEEK: HORSES MAY NOT ARRIVE BEFORE NOON, Monday, September 23, 2013 AND MUST VACATE BY SUNDAY NIGHT September 29, 2013 at 8:00 PM unless staying to compete in the World Cup Week. WORLD CUP WEEK: HORSES MAY NOT ARRIVE BEFORE NOON, Monday, September 30, 2013 AND MUST VACATE BY SUNDAY NIGHT October 6, 2013 BY 8:00 PM. SEASON FINALE: HORSES MAY NOT ARRIVE BEFORE NOON, Tuesday, November 5, 2013 AND MUST VACATE BY SUNDAY NIGHT November 10, 2013 at 8:00 PM. Del Mar International: WELCOME WEEK: HORSES MAY NOT ARRIVE BEFORE NOON, Monday, October 14, 2013 AND MUST VACATE BY SUNDAY NIGHT October 20, 2013 unless staying to compete in the World Cup Week. WORLD CUP WEEK: HORSES MAY NOT ARRIVE BEFORE NOON, Monday, October 21, 2013 AND MUST VACATE BY SUNDAY NIGHT October 27, 2013 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. 28. MAIL/TELEPHONE: During the show all mail should be sent to exhibitors as follows: Sacramento International: Murieta Equestrian Center, Horse Show Office, 7200 Lone Pine Drive • Rancho Murieta , CA 95683. Del Mar International: Del Mar Fairgrounds, Horse Show Office, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd • Del Mar, CA 92014. 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

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filed with the Show Manager, 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. PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR: All exhibitors are required to wear protective headgear while participating in jumping activities. All Junior exhibitors must have hard hats with chinstraps fastened when mounted on horseback on the grounds. 31. HELMET RULE: All persons at Federation licensed hunter, jumper or hunter/jumper competitions in all Hunter, Jumper and Hunt Seat Equitation classes, when mounted anywhere on the competition grounds, must 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. This rule, effective April 1, 2012 puts the onus on parents and trainers to make sure that all exhibitors wear one of the 65 helmets that are currently approved by the American Society of Testing Materials/Safety Equipment Institute. Under the rule, judges, stewards and show management are obligated to check out helmets they suspect may not be ASTM-SEI approved and to prevent all exhibitors from competing if the helmet does not comply with the new rule. 32. 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. 33. 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 above-described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from that operation. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the 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. 34. 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.

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35. WASHING HORSES: Nozzles are required on all hoses to help conserve water. Violators will be fined $50 for each violation. 36. STALL CLEANING: Please deposit all manure at the ends of the barn aisles and NOT in the middle or in front of the stalls. 37. 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. 38. 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. 39. 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. 40. 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. 41. AWARDS PRESENTATIONS: In all classes, an awards presentation will be made. Riders should be present to accept these awards. A suitable horse should be available for classes where it is required to ride for awards. 42. CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION AWARDS: Champion and Reserve will be awarded in all divisions. 43. INSURANCES: 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.


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11 28,29* 1,2* 12,13* 16 6,7* 23,24* 33,34*

Training Working Hunter Baby Green Working Hunter Training Working Hunter U/S Baby Green U/S Hunter Low Working Hunter Pre Green Working Hunter 3' Low Working Hunter U/S Pre Green Hunter 3' U/S Pre Green Working Hunter 3'3" Pre Green Hunter 3'3" U/S

ANNEX 12:00 PM

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

TUESDAY INDOOR 12:00 PM

ANNEX 8:00 AM

.80 M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1 .85M Pre-Child/Adult Jumper .90m Jumper .90m Modified Child/Adult Jumper 1.0 M Jumper Low Ch/Ad Jumpers 1.0 M

254 210 192 216 219 202 223 227

.90m Jumper 1.00m Jumper 1.10 M Jumper .85M Pre-Child/Adult Jumper .90m Mod Child/Adult Jumper Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.00m Children's Jumpers High A/A Jumper 1.10M

.80m Jumper

MEC 8:00 AM 206

MEC 8:00 AM

ANNEX 8:00 AM

Hunter Derby

$5,000 Oak Haven LLC Grand Prix

Pre-Child/Adult Equitation 0/F Pre-Child/Adult Flat Equitation Low Child/Adult Hunter Low Child/Adult Hunter U/S USEF Adult Medal Ariat National Medal PCHA Adult Medal Foxfield Medal PCHA Horsemanship Medal THIS National Medal Onondarka Medal NorCal Pony Medal Pony Eq O/F Pony Eq Flat

205 215 253 218 235 201

Baby Green Working Hunter Low Working Hunter Pre Green Working Hunter 3' Pre Green Working Hunter 3'3" Performance Hunter 3'3" Performance Hunter 3'3" U/S

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Large Junior Working Hunters

242 245 601.2 600.2 231 58,59* 17,18* 62 21 48,49* 53,54* 52 57 320a 38,39*

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$300 1.30m Jumper $300 7/8 Year Old Championship Table 2 (b) $250 Jr/Am Jumper Low $300 Jr/Am Jumper High USHJA Ch/AA Championship Day 2 SIHS Team Championship Day 2 Mod. Jr/Am Jumpers 1.20 M Low A/O Hunters 3'3" 18-35 Low A/O Hunters 3'3" 36 & Over Low A/0 Hunters U/S 18-35 Low A/0 Hunters U/S 36 & Over 18-35 A/0 Working Hunters 36 & 0 A/0 Working Hunters 18 - 35 A/0 Working Hunters U/S 36 & Over A/O Hunter U/S WIHS Medal Hunter Phase Small Junior Working Hunters

238 251

FRIDAY INDOOR 7:30 AM

1.0 M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1 316,317 1.10 M Jumper 318 17 & Under Equitation 0/F Sec 2 128,129 18 & Over Equitation 0/F Sec 2 132 18 & Over Equitation 0/F Sec 1 329 17 & Under Equitation 0/F Sec 1 334 CPHA Foundation Medal 332 CPHA Junior Medal 328 CPHA Senior Medal 331 NorCal Junior/Senior Medal 333 SIHS Team Championship Day 1 330 USHJA Ch/AA Championship Day 1 341 312,313 315

ANNEX 8:00 AM

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230 Mod. Jr/Am Jumpers 1.20 M

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1st Year Green Hunter 1st Year Green Work Hunter U/S Green Conformation Hunter 2nd Year Green Hunter 2nd Year Green Work Hunter U/S High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter U/S Performance Hunter 3'6" U/S Performance Hunter 3'6"

237 $300 1.30M Jumper 250 $300 7/8 Year Old Championship Table II, 2(b) 241 $250 Jr/Am Jumper Low 244 $300 Jr/Am Jumper High 222 Children's Jumper, 1.10m 226 Adult Am. Jumper, 1.10m 199 $2,500 1.40M Jumper

234 1.15M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1 214 1.20M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1

233 1.10 M Jumper

THURSDAY INDOOR 8:00 AM

115,116 Training Working Hunter

3,4 5 14,15 8,9 10 25, 26 27 37 35,36

5:00 PM USHJA Child/Adult Jumper Championship Horse Inspection

239 $300 1.40M Jumper, Tab.11 Sec 2(b) 229 Mod. Jr/Am Jumpers 1.20 M

236 $300 1.30M Jumper, Tab. 11 Sec 2(b)

213 1.20M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1

211 1.10 M Jumper 221 Children's Jumper, 1.10m 225 Adult Am. Jumper, 1.10m

208 1.0 M Jumper

WEDNESDAY INDOOR 8:00 AM

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MEC 8:00 AM

Pre-Child/Adult Hunters U/S

WIHS Pony Medal 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 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 Pre-Child/Adult Hunters

ANNEX 8:00 AM

Grand Prix Tab II(a)

$25,000 1.40M Rancho Valencia Welcome

7:00PM

$300 Jr/Am Jumper High, Tab II(a)

Child's Jumpers 1.10M Ad Am Jumpers 1.10M Mod. Jr/Am Jumpers 1.20 M $250 Jr/Am Jumper low, Tab II(a)

NorCal Equitation Championship Hunter Phase

Sacramento International Horse Show/

Low A/0 Hunters 3'3" 18-35 Low A/O Hunters 3'3" 36 & Over 18-35 A/0 Working Hunters 36 & Over A/0 Working Hunters $1,000 Five Springs Farm A/0/Low AO Working Hunter Classic Small Junior Hunters U/S Large Junior Hunters U/S Sm Jr Working Hunters Lrg Jr Working Hunters $1,000 Jr Working Hunter Classic

SATURDAY INDOOR 7:30 AM

Sacramento International Welcome Week September 24-29, 2013

ANNEX 8:00 AM

USEF Hunter Seat Medal USEF Talent Search WIHS Medal Jumper Phase Sacramento International Horse Show/ NorCal Equitation Championship Jumper Phase $5,000 7/8 Year Old Championship Final II (a) SIHS Team Championship Day 3 USHJA Ch/AA Championship Day 3 $1,000 Mallard Creek Modified Jr/Am Classic $1,500 Sandhaven Farm Low Jr/Am Classic $1,500 iJump Sports High Jr/Am Classic $500 Equine Matrix Low Ch/Ad Jumper Classic $1,000 Cross Creek Tack Ch/Ad Jumper Classic

MEC 8:00 AM

Children's Hunter 13 & U Children's Working Hunter 14-17 $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 USEF Pony Medal Small Pony Hunter Medium Pony Hunter Large Pony Hunter $500 Pony Hunter Classic

434 204 338 125,126 421 307 310 301 304 335 339

Modified Child/Adult Jumper Classic Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.0m CPHA Horsemanship Medal Pre-Child/Adult Hunters Pre- Child/Adult Hunter Classic 17 & U Equit. 0/F - Sec 2 18 & 0 Equit. 0/F- Sec 2 17 & U Equit. 0/F - Sec 1 18 & 0 Equit. 0/F- Sec 1 CPHA Child/Adult Medal NorCal 3' Medal

433 Pre- Child/Adult Jumper Classic

90, 91 95, 96 418 102 107 152 100,101 105,106 150,151 419 337 65,66 70,71 75,76 417

97 Children's Working Hunter 14-17 U/S

92 Children's Hunter U/S 13 & U

252 600.2 601.2 409 407 404 400 401

327 324 320b 430

SUNDAY

INDOOR 8:00 AM


701 702 703 704

TUESDAY

INDOOR 9:30 AM Training Jumper Tab II.1 Training Jumper Tab II.1 Training Jumper Tab II.1 Training Jumper Tab II.1

I.00m 1.10m 1.20m 1.30m

235 233 232 413 203

412

500.3 501.3 502.3 503.3

246

223 227 243

208 211 234 213

510 511 512 513

236 239 414 212 229

7:00 PM $54,500 Land Rover Grand Prix of Sacramento FEI A mixed, One Jump off CS12 - W 2*, Article 238 2.2. AM 3 Autograph session to follow ANNEX 8:00 AM 1.00m Jumper Table II (b) 1.10M Jumper Table II (b) Modified Junior/Amateur, I.20m $1,000 Round Meadow Farm 1.20m Classic Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.00m II (b)

$4,000 4 Year Old Champ Final $4,000 5 Year Old Champ Final $4,000 6 Year Old Champ Final $4,000 7 Year Old Champ Final

224 228

191 204 400

406

411

405

407

409

ANNEX 9:15 AM 1.00m Jumper Table II. 1 Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.0 m Table II (b) $500 Equine Matrix Low Children's/Adult Classic 1.00m Table II 2(a) Children's Jumper 1.10m Adult Jumper I.10m

$1,000 Cross Creek Tack Child/Adult Classic 1.10m Table II 2(a)

SUNDAY INDOOR 8:00 AM $1,000 Mallard Creek Modified Junior/Amateur Classic 1.20m Table II 2 (a) $1,000 Sandhaven Farm Low Jr/AO Jumper Classic 1.30m Table II. I $10,000 Jr/AmGrand Prix 1.40m Table II 2(a) $25,000 iJump Sports Open Jumper Stake I.40m Table II 2(a)

ANNEX 8:30 AM 1.00m Jumper Table II (b) 1.10m Jumper Table II (b) Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.0 m Table II (b) Children's Jumper 1 .10m, Table II (b) Adult Jumper 1.10m - Table II(b) 1.20m Jumper Table II (b)

$250 Low Junior/Amateur I.30m Table II. I $300 High Junior/Amateur Jumper 1.40m Table II.1 Modified Junior/Amateur, I.20m Table II, 2(b) 7:00 PM $33,000 Welcome Grand Prix 1.50m FEI: Against the Clock. - Article 238.2.1

$300 1.30 Jumper, Table II. 1 $300 1.40m Jumper, Table II. I

4 Yr Old Championship (Rd 1) 5 Yr Old Championship (Rd 1) 6 Yr Old Championship (Rd 1) 7 Yr Old Championship (Rd 1)

INDOOR 8:00 AM

SATURDAY

209 192 201 221 225 214

408

230

244

241

237 240

500.1 501.1 502.1 503.1

THURSDAY

INDOOR 8:00 AM Children's Jumper 1.10m (Accumulator) Adult Jumper I.10m (Accumulator) $250 Low Junior/Amateur Jumper 1.30m, Table II (b) $300 High Junior/Amateur Jumper 1.40m Table II (b)

ANNEX 9:00 AM 1.00m Jumper Table II 2(b) 1.10m Jumper Table II 2(b) 1.15m Jumper Table II 2(b) 1.20m Jumper Table II 2(b) 2:30 PM F.E.I. Horse Inspection AFTER LAST CLASS MANDATORY RIDER MEETING RIDERS LOUNGE

4 Yr Old Suitability Qualifier 5 Yr Old Suitability Qualifier 6 Yr Old Suitability Qualifier 7 Yr Old Suitability Qualifier

INDOOR 8:00 AM $300 1.30m Jumper, Table II. 2(b) $300 1.40m Jumper, Table II 2(b) $5,000 1.35m Welcome 1.10m Jumper Table II.I Modified Jr/Am 1.20m Table II. I

WEDNESDAY

210 193 202 222 226 426

409 410

500.2 501.2 502,2 503.2

231

245

242

238

(Rd 2) (Rd 2) (Rd 2) (Rd 2)

7:00 PM $2,500 Land Rover Ride and Drive $4,000 High Jump ANNEX 8:00 AM 1.00m Jumper Table II. 1 1.10m Jumper Table II 2(b) Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.0 m Tab II.1 Children's Jumper 1.10m Tab II (b) Adult Jumper 1.10m, Table II (b) $1,000 1.15m Jumper Classic

4 Year Old Champ 5 Year Old Champ 6 Year Old Champ 7 Year Old Champ

INDOOR 8:30 AM $300 1.30m Jumper Table II. 2(b) $250 Low Junior/Amateur, 1.30m Table II, 2(b) $300 High Junior/Amateur Jumper 1.40m Table II, 2(b) Modified Junior/Amateur Jumper, I.20m Table II. 2(c)

FRIDAY

SACRAMENTO INTERNATIONAL HORSE SHOW


Sacramento International Season Finale November 7-10, 2013 * Indicates Handy Round

THURSDAY INDOOR 8:00 AM 205 215 253 218 208 201 211 221 225 213 229 236

.80 M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1 .85M Pre-Child/Adult Jumper .90m Jumper .90m Modified Child/Adult Jumper 1.0 M Jumper Low Ch/Ad Jumpers 1.0 M 1.10 M Jumper Children's Jumper, 1.10m Adult Am. Jumper, 1.10m 1.20M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1 Mod. Jr/Am Jumpers 1.20 M $300 1.30M Jumper, Tab. 11 Sec 2(b) 241 $250 Jr/Am Jumper low, Tab II(a) 239 $300 1.40M Jumper, Tab.11 Sec 2(b) 244 $300 Jr/Am Jumper High, Tab II(a)

FRIDAY INDOOR 7:30 AM 233 234 214 237 243 240 246 206 216 254 219 210 202 222 226 230

ANNEX 8:00 AM 11 28,29* 1,2* 12,13* 16 6,7* 23,24* 33,34* 113,114 108,109 117 112 118,119 78, 79 122 82 83, 84 87

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

1.0 M Jumper 1.0 M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1 1.10 M Jumper 1.10 M Jumper

326 322 323 340 329 328

CPHA Foundation Medal CPHA Junior Medal CPHA Senior Medal NorCal Junior/Senior Medal USEF Adult Medal Foxfield Medal

238 242 245 231 217 255 220 191 203 193 223 227 321 325 430

$300 1.30m Jumper $250 Jr/Am Jumper Low $300 Jr/Am Jumper High Mod. Jr/Am Jumpers 1.20 M .85M Pre-Child/Adult Jumper .90m Jumper .90m Modified Child/Adult Jumper 1.00m Jumper Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.0m 1.10 M Jumper Children's Jumpers High A/A Jumper 1.10M ASPCA Maclay Junior Medal CPHA Foundation WCE Medal Sacramento International Hunt Teams of Three Tandem 413 $5,000 1.20m Jumper Classic

ANNEX 8:00 AM 3,4 5 14,15 8,9 10 25, 26 27 37 35,36 115,116 110,111 120,121 80, 81 85, 86 30,31 32

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

306 309 303 300 128,129 132 334 332 331 333 330

17 & Under Equitation 0/F Sec 2 18 & Over Equitation 0/F Sec 2 18 & Over Equitation 0/F Sec 1 17 & Under Equitation 0/F Sec 1 Low Child/Adult Hunter Low Child/Adult Hunter U/S Ariat National Medal PCHA Adult Medal PCHA Horsemanship Medal THIS National Medal Onondarka Medal

341 312,313 315 316,317 318 388,389 391, 392 390 393

NorCal Pony Medal Pony Eq O/F Pony Eq Flat Pre-Child/Adult Equitation 0/F Pre-Child/Adult Flat Equitation Short Stirrup Equitation O/F Long Stirrup Equitation O/F Short Stirrup Equitation Flat Long Stirrup Equitation Flat

MEC 8:00 AM 235 209 212 192

1.10 M Jumper 1.15M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1 1.20M Jumper Tab. II Sec 1 $300 1.30M Jumper $250 Jr/Am Jumper Low $300 1.40M Jumper $300 Jr/Am Jumper High .80m Jumper .85M Pre-Child/Adult Jumper .90m Jumper .90m Mod Child/Adult Jumper 1.00m Jumper Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.00m Children's Jumper, 1.10m Adult Am. Jumper, 1.10m Mod. Jr/Am Jumpers 1.20 M

SATURDAY INDOOR 7:30 AM

ANNEX 8:00 AM 58,59* 17,18* 62 21 48,49* 53,54* 52 57 320a 38,39* 43,44* 98, 99 103,104 148,149 88, 89 93, 94 302 305 308 311

Low A/O Hunters 3'3" 18-35 Low A/O Hunters 3'3" 36 & Over Low A/0 Hunters U/S 18-35 Low A/0 Hunters U/S 36 & Over 18-35 A/0 Working Hunters 36 & 0 A/0 Working Hunters 18 - 35 A/0 Working Hunters U/S 36 & Over A/O Hunter U/S WIHS Medal Hunter Phase Small Junior Working Hunters Large Junior Working Hunters 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 17 & U Equit. on the flat- Sec 1 18 & 0 Equit. on the flat- Sec I 17 & U Equit. on the flat- Sec 2 18 & 0 Equit. on the flat- Sec 2

133,134 138,139 137 142 123,124 127 336 63,64* 68,69* 73,74* 67 72 77 130,131 420

Short Stirrup Hunters Long Stirrup Hunters Short Stirrup Hunters U/S Long Stirrup Hunters U/S Pre-Child/Adult Hunters Pre-Child/Adult Hunters U/S WIHS Pony Medal 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 Low Child/Adult Amateur Hunter $500 Low Child/Adult Hunter Classic

MEC 8:00 AM

MEC 8:00 AM

375 Walk Trot Equitation 377 Walk Trot Pleasure 379,380 Cross Rail Equitation

SUNDAY

INDOOR 8:00 AM

327 324 320b 207 433 434 204 224 228 232

407 404 400 406 409 60,61 19,20 50,51 55,56 416

USEF Hunter Seat Medal USEF Talent Search WIHS Medal Jumper Phase .80m Jumper Pre- Child/Adult Jumper Classic Modified Child/Adult Jumper Classic Low Child/Adult Jumpers 1.0m Child's Jumpers 1.10M Ad Am Jumpers 1.10M Mod. Jr/Am Jumpers 1.20 M

$1,500 Sandhaven Farm Low Jr/Am Classic $1,500 iJump Sports High Jr/Am Classic $500 Equine Matrix Low Ch/Ad Jumper Classic $1,000 Cross Creek Tack Ch/Ad Jumper Classic $1,000 Mallard Creek Modified Jr/Am Classic

ANNEX 8:00 AM

42 47 40,41 45,46 415 92 97 90, 91 95, 96 418 102 107 152 100,101 105,106 150,151 419

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

135,136 140,141 422 338 125,126 421

Short Stirrup Hunters Long Stirrup Hunters Stirrup Hunter Classic CPHA Horsemanship Medal Pre-Child/Adult Hunters Pre- Child/Adult Hunter Classic

307 310 301 304 335 339 337 65,66 70,71 75,76 417 376 378 381,382

17 & U Equit. 0/F - Sec 2 18 & 0 Equit. 0/F- Sec 2 17 & U Equit. 0/F - Sec 1 18 & 0 Equit. 0/F- Sec 1 CPHA Child/Adult Medal NorCal 3' Medal USEF Pony Medal Small Pony Hunter Medium Pony Hunter Large Pony Hunter $500 Pony Hunter Classic Walk Trot Equitation Walk Trot Pleasure Cross Rail Equitation

MEC 8:00 AM


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208 525 211 527 213 529 236 194 531 239

Wednesday

DEL MAR INTERNATIONAL WELCOME WEEK TENTATIVE SHOW SCHEDULE

8:00 AM START 1.0m II.1 4 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 1.10m II.1 5 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 1.20m II.1 6 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 1.30m II.1 1.35m II.1 7 & 8 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 1.40m II.1

Thursday

8:00 AM START 209 1.0m II.1 526 4 Yr Old Jumper II.b 212 1.10m II.b 528 5 Yr Old Jumper II.b 214 1.20m II.b 530 6 Yr Old Jumper II.b 237 1.30m II.b 195 1.35m II.b 532 7 & 8 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 240 1.40m II.b 241 Low Junior/AO Jumper II.1 244 High Junior/AO Jumper II.1

Durante Arena

San Diego Arena

6:00 PM START 427 $5,000 1.35m Jumper Classic

8:00 AM START 11 Conf. Model 28,29* Performance Hunters 3’3” 12,13* Conf. Hunter 1,2* 1st Yr. Green Hunter 5 1st Yr. Green Hunter U/S 6,7* 2nd Yr. Green Hunter 10 2nd Yr. Green Hunter U/S 23,24* High Performance Hunters 27 High Performance Hunters U/S 33,34* Performance Hunters 3’6” 37 Performance Hunters 3’6”U/S 118,119 Low Hunter 78,79 Pre-Green Hunter 3’ 122 Low Hunter U/S 82 Pre-Green Hunter 3’ U/S 83,84 Pre-Green Hunter 3’3” 87 Pre-Green Hunter 3’3” U/S 113,114 Training Hunters 108,109 Baby Green Hunters 8:00 AM START 205 .80m II.1 253 .90m II.1 235 1.0m II.1 234 1.15m II.1 201 Low Child/AA Jumper II.b 221 Children’s Jumper II.b 225 Adult Jumper II.b 229 Modified Junior/AO Jumper II.b

8:00 AM START Performance Hunters 3’3” U/S 30,31 Performance Hunters 3’3” 14,15 Conformation Hunter 16 Conformation Hunter U/S 3,4 1st Yr Green Hunter 8,9 2nd Yr Green Hunter 25,26 High Performance Hunters 35,36 Performance Hunters 3’6” 32

210 233 171 238 196 198 242 245 223 227 231

6:30 PM START

425 $5,000 Haley Farms, LLC Grand Prix Hunter Derby

8:00 AM START 128,129 Low Children’s/Adult Hunter 132 Low Children’s/Adult Hunter U/S 309 18 & Over Equitation 0/F Sec 2 328 Foxfield Medal 329 USEF Adult Medal 311 18 & 0 Equit. on the flat- Sec 2 303 18 & Over Equitation 0/F Sec 1 332 PCHA Adult Medal 305 18 & 0 Equit. on the flat- Sec I 300 17 & Under Equitation 0/F Sec 1 335 CPHA Child/Adult Medal 330 Onondarka Medal 302 17 & U Equit. on the flat- Sec 1 306 17 & Under Equitation 0/F Sec 2 331 PCHA Horsemanship Class 308 17 & U Equit. on the flat- Sec 2

429

404 $15,000 Open Equitation Challenge (Round 1)

$500 Child/Adult Hunter Special

Saturday

207 255 193 172 216 219 203 326 323 322 327

*indicates Handy Round

8:00 AM START .80m II.b .90m II.b 1.10m II.b 1.20m II.b Pre-Child/Adult Jumper II.b Modified Child/Adult Jumper II.b Low Children’s/Adult Jumper II.b CPHA Foundation CPHA Senior Medal CPHA Junior Medal Pessoa USEF National Medal

Sunday

7:30 AM START 325 CPHA Foundation WCE Medal 320b Washington Medal (Jumper Phase) 324 USEF Talent Search 173 1.20m II.1 197 1.30m II.1 224 Children’s Jumper II.b 228 Adult Jumper II.b 232 Modified Jr./Am. Jumper II.b 243 Low Jr./Am. Owner Jumper II.b 246 High Jr./Am. Owner Jumper II.b 405 $2,000 1.30m Jumper Classic

8:00 AM START 533 $1,000 5 & 6 Yr. Classic II.b 534 $1,000 7 & 8 Yr. Classic II.b

6:00PM START 404 $15,000 Open Equitation Challenge (Round 2)

406 $1,000 Cross Creek Tack Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic II.a

412 $5,000 Lewis Circle of Horses Prix De Nations

414 $25,000 Del Mar Welcome Grand Prix

8:00 AM START 130,131 Low Children’s/Adult Hunter

8:00 AM START 92 Children’s Hunter 13 & U U/S 97 Children’s Hunter 14-17 U/S 90,91 Children’s Hunter 13 & U 95,96 Children’s Hunter 14-17 100,101 Adult Hunter 18-35 105,106 Adult Hunter 36-49 150,151 Adult Hunter 50 & Over

420

$500 Low Child/Adult Hunter Classic

88,89 Children’s Hunter 13 & Under 93,94 Children’s Hunter 14-17 301 17 & U Equit. 0/F - Sec 1 98,99 Adult Hunter 18-35 103,104 Adult Hunter 36-49 148,149 Adult Hunter 50 & Over 102 Adult Hunter U/S 18-35 107 Adult Hunter U/S 36-49 107 Adult Hunter U/S 50 & Over 304 18 & 0 Equit. 0/F- Sec 1

413 $25,000 PCHA/Equine Insurance Children’s/Adult Hunter Championship Round 1

58,59* 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 18-35 17,18* 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 36 & Over 307 17 & U Equit. 0/F - Sec 2 310 18 & 0 Equit. 0/F- Sec 2 48,49* A/O Hunter 18-35 53,54* A/O Hunter 36+ 320a Washington Medal (Hunter Phase) 38,39* Small Junior Hunter 42 Small Junior Hunter U/S 43,44* Large Junior Hunter 47 Large Junior Hunter U/S

120,121 Low Hunter 80,81 Pre-Green Hunter 3’ 85,86 Pre-Green Hunter 3’3” 117 Training Hunters U/S 112 Baby Green Hunters U/S 115,116 Training Hunters 110,111 Baby Green Hunters

8:00 AM START 206 .80m II.b 254 .90m II.b 192 1.10m II.b 215 Pre-Child/Adult Jumper II.b 218 Modified Child/ Adult Jumper II.b 202 Low Children’s/ Adult Jumper II.b 222 Child Jumper II.b 226 Adult Jumper II.b 230 Modified Junior/ Amateur Jumper II.b

Friday

8:00 AM START 1.0m II.1 1.10m II.b 1.20m II.b 1.30m II.b 1.35m II.b 1.45m II.b Low Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper II.b High Jr./Am. Owner Jumper II.b Children’s Jumper II.1 Adult Jumper II.1 Modified Jr./Am. Jumper II.1

8:00 AM START 338 CPHA Horsemanship Medal 123,124 Pre-Children’s/Adult Hunter 316 Pre-Children’s/Adult Eq O/F 318 Pre-Children’s/Adult Eq Flat 127 Pre-Children’s/Adult Hunter U/S 312,313 Pony Equitation O/F 63,64* Small Pony Conf., Sm Pony 67 Small Pony Hunter U/S 68,69* Med. Pony Conf., Med. Pony 72 Med. Pony Hunter U/S 73,74* Lg Pony Conf., Lg. Pony 77 Lg. Pony Hunter U/S 336 WIHS Pony Medal 315 Pony Equitation Flat 191 1.0m II.b 193 1.10m II.b 217 Pre-Child/Adult Jumper II.b 220 Modified Child/Adult Jumper II.b 204 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper II.b

408 $2,500 iJump Sports High Jr/AO Jumper Classic II.a 407 $1,500 Sandhaven Farm Low Jr/AO Jumper Classic IIa 409 $1,000 Mallard Creek Modified Jr./Am. Jumper Classic II.a

413 $25,000 PCHA/Equine Insurance Children’s/Adult Hunter Championship Final

62 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 18-35 U/S 21 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 36 & Over U/S 60,61 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 18-35 19,203’3” Low A/O Hunter 36 & Over 52 A/O 18-35 U/S 57 A/O 36+ U/S 50,51 A/O Hunter 18-35 55,56 A/O Hunter 36+

416 $1,000 AO/Low AO Hunter Classic 40,41 45,46

Small Junior Hunter Large Junior Hunter

415 $1,000 Junior Hunter Classic

8:00 AM START 433 Pre-Child/Adult Jumper Classic II.a 434 Modified Child/Adult Jumper Classic II.a 400 $500 Equine Matrix Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic II.a 321 ASPCA Maclay 333 THIS Children’s Medal 334 Ariat Adult Medal 317 Pre-Children’s/Adult Eq O/F 125,126 Pre-Child/Adult Hunter

421

Del Mar Pre-Child/Adult Classic

337

Equisport/USEF Pony Medal Small Pony Hunter Med. Pony Hunter Large Pony Hunter

65,66 70,71 75,76

422 $5,000 Buffalo Soldier Pony Hunter Derby


Del Mar Arena

Wednesday

8:00 AM START 208 1.0m II.1 525 4 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 211 1.10m II.1 527 5 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 213 1.20m II.1 529 6 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 236 1.30m II.1 194 1.35m II.1 531 7 & 8 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 239 1.40m II.1

DEL MAR INTERNATIONAL WORLD CUP WEEK TENTATIVE SHOW SCHEDULE Thursday

8:00 AM START 209 1.0m II.1 526 4 Yr Old Jumper II.b 212 1.10m II.b 528 5 Yr Old Jumper II.b 214 1.20m II.b 530 6 Yr Old Jumper II.b 237 1.30m II.b 195 1.35m II.b 532 7 & 8 Yr. Old Jumper II.b 240 1.40m II.b 241 Low Junior/AO Jumper II.1 244 High Junior/AO Jumper II.1 7:00 PM START

210 233 171 238 196 198 242 245 223 227 231

Friday

8:00 AM START 1.0m II.1 1.10m II.b 1.20m II.b 1.30m II.b 1.35m II.b 1.45m II.b Low Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper II.b High Jr./Am. Owner Jumper II.b Children’s Jumper II.1 Adult Jumper II.1 Modified Jr./Am. Jumper II.1 6:30 PM START

420 $25,000 Grand Prix Hunter Derby Final

San Diego Arena

416 $33,000 Welcome Stake CSI-W 2* 8:00 AM START 11 Conf. Model 28,29* Performance Hunters 3’3” 12,13* Conf. Hunter 1,2* 1st Yr. Green Hunter 5 1st Yr. Green Hunter U/S 6,7* 2nd Yr. Green Hunter 10 2nd Yr. Green Hunter U/S 23,24* High Performance Hunters 27 High Performance Hunters U/S 33,34* Performance Hunters 3’6” 37 Performance Hunters 3’6”U/S 118,119 Low Hunter 78,79 Pre-Green Hunter 3’ 122 Low Hunter U/S 82 Pre-Green Hunter 3’ U/S 83,84 Pre-Green Hunter 3’3”

Durante Arena

87

Pre-Green Hunter 3’3” U/S 113,114 Training Hunters 108,109 Baby Green Hunters 8:00 AM START 205 .80m II.1 253 .90m II.1 235 1.0m II.1 192 1.10m II.1 234 1.15m II.1 201 Low Child/AA Jumper II.b 221 Children’s Jumper II.b 225 Adult Jumper II.b 229 Modified Junior/AO Jumper II.b

8:00 AM START Performance Hunters 3’3” U/S 30,31 Performance Hunters 3’3” 14,15 Conformation Hunter 16 Conformation Hunter U/S 3,4 1st Yr Green Hunter 8,9 2nd Yr Green Hunter 25,26 High Performance Hunters 35,36 Performance Hunters 3’6” 120,121 Low Hunter 80,81 Pre-Green Hunter 3’ 85,86 Pre-Green Hunter 3’3” 117 Training Hunters U/S 112 Baby Green Hunters U/S 115,116 Training Hunters 110,111 Baby Green Hunters 32

8:00 AM START 128,129 Low Children’s/Adult Hunter 132 Low Children’s/Adult Hunter U/S 309 18 & Over Equitation 0/F Sec 2 328 Foxfield Medal 329 USEF Adult Medal 311 18 & 0 Equit. on the flat- Sec 2 303 18 & Over Equitation 0/F Sec 1 334 Ariat Adult Medal 332 PCHA Adult Medal 305 18 & 0 Equit. on the flat- Sec I 300 17 & Under Equitation 0/F Sec 1 333 THIS Children’s Medal 302 17 & U Equit. on the flat- Sec 1 306 17 & Under Equitation 0/F Sec 2 331 PCHA Horsemanship Class 326 CPHA Foundation 327 Pessoa USEF National Medal 308 17 & U Equit. on the flat- Sec 2

Saturday

7:30 AM START 325 CPHA Foundation WCE Medal 320b Washington Medal (Jumper Phase) 324 USEF Talent Search 173 1.20m II.1 197 1.30m II.1 224 Children’s Jumper II.b 228 Adult Jumper II.b 232 Modified Jr./Am. Jumper II.b 243 Low Jr./Am. Owner Jumper II.b 246 High Jr./Am. Owner Jumper II.b 405 $2,000 1.35m Jumper Classic IIa 4:00PM START 413 $24,500 PCHA/Equine Insurance Children’s/Adult Jumper Championship 7:00PM START 417 $54,500 Grand Prix of Del Mar CSI-W 2* presented by California Horsetrader

8:00 AM START 58,59* 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 18-35 17,18* 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 36 & Over 307 17 & U Equit. 0/F - Sec 2 310 18 & 0 Equit. 0/F- Sec 2 48,49* A/O Hunter 18-35 53,54* A/O Hunter 36+ 320a Washington Medal (Hunter Phase) 38,39* Small Junior Hunter 42 Small Junior Hunter U/S 43,44* Large Junior Hunter 47 Large Junior Hunter U/S 130,131 Low Children’s/Adult Hunter 420

$500 Low Child/Adult Hunter Classic

88,89 Children’s Hunter 13 & Under 93,94 Children’s Hunter 14-17 301 17 & U Equit. 0/F - Sec 1 98,99 Adult Hunter 18-35 103,104 Adult Hunter 36-49 148,149 Adult Hunter 50 & Over 102 Adult Hunter U/S 18-35 107 Adult Hunter U/S 36-49 107 Adult Hunter U/S 50 & Over 304 18 & 0 Equit. 0/F- Sec 1

Sunday

8:00 AM START 533 $1,000 5 & 6 Yr. Classic II.b 534 $1,000 7 & 8 Yr. Classic II.b 408 $2,500 iJump Sports High Jr/AO Jumper Classic II.a

407 $1,500 Sandhaven Farm Low Jr/AO Jumper Classic II.a 409 $1,000 Mallard Creek Modified Jr./Am. Jumper Classic II.a 406 $1,000 Cross Creek Tack Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic II.a 411 $25,000 GGT Footing Grand Prix Series Final 8:00 AM START 62 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 18-35 U/S 21 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 36 & Over U/S 60,61 3’3” Low A/O Hunter 18-35 19,203’3” Low A/O Hunter 36 & Over 52 A/O 18-35 U/S 57 A/O 36+ U/S 50,51 A/O Hunter 18-35 55,56 A/O Hunter 36+

416 $1,000 AO/Low AO Hunter Classic 40,41 45,46

Small Junior Hunter Large Junior Hunter

415 $1,000 Junior Hunter Classic

321 ASPCA Maclay 335 CPHA Child/Adult Medal 330 Onondarka Medal 92 Children’s Hunter 13 & U U/S 97 Children’s Hunter 14-17 U/S 90,91 Children’s Hunter 13 & U 95,96 Children’s Hunter 14-17

418 $500 Children’s Hunter Classic

100,101 Adult Hunter 18-35 105,106 Adult Hunter 36-49 150,151 Adult Hunter 50 & Over

419 $500 Adult Hunter Classic 8:00 AM START 206 .80m II.b 254 .90m II.b 192 1.10m II.b 215 Pre-Child/Adult Jumper II.b 218 Modified Child/ Adult Jumper II.b 202 Low Children’s/ Adult Jumper II.b 222 Child Jumper II.b 226 Adult Jumper II.b 230 Modified Junior/ Amateur Jumper II.b

207 255 193 172 216 219 203 323 322

*indicates Handy Round

8:00 AM START .80m II.b .90m II.b 1.10m II.b 1.20m II.b Pre-Child/Adult Jumper II.b Modified Child/Adult Jumper II.b Low Children’s/Adult Jumper II.b CPHA Senior Medal CPHA Junior Medal

8:00 AM START 338 CPHA Horsemanship Medal 123,124 Pre-Children’s/Adult Hunter 316 Pre-Children’s/Adult Eq O/F 318 Pre-Children’s/Adult Eq Flat 127 Pre-Children’s/Adult Hunter U/S 312,313 Pony Equitation O/F 63,64* Small Pony Conf., Sm Pony 67 Small Pony Hunter U/S 68,69* Med. Pony Conf., Med. Pony 72 Med. Pony Hunter U/S 73,74* Lg Pony Conf., Lg. Pony 77 Lg. Pony Hunter U/S 336 WIHS Pony Medal 315 Pony Equitation Flat 191 1.0m II.b 193 1.10m II.b 217 Pre-Child/Adult Jumper II.b 220 Modified Child/Adult Jumper II.b 204 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper II.b

8:00 AM START 433 Pre-Child/Adult Jumper Classic II.a 434 Modified Child/Adult Jumper Classic II.a 400 $500 Equine Matrix Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic II.a 317 Pre-Children’s/Adult Eq O/F 125,126 Pre-Child/Adult Hunter

421

Del Mar Pre-Child/Adult Classic

337

Equisport/USEF Pony Medal Small Pony Hunter Med. Pony Hunter Large Pony Hunter

65,66 70,71 75,76

417 $500 Pony Hunter Classic


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ARRIVAL DATE: ______________

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FEED AND BEDDING TO BE ORDERED AT HORSE SHOW OFFICE WEEKEND ORDERS NEED TO BE PLACED BY 12:00 P.M. FRIDAY

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item Alfalfa Orchard Grass Hay Alfalfa Oat Pellets Omelene 200

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A&M Rolled Oats Wheat Bran

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Satin Finish Shavings

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PROFESSIONAL

$75.00

$30.00

WESTERN

HUNTER/JUMPER

AMATEUR

DATE OF BIRTH REQUIRED _________________________________________________

TELEPHONE ____________________________

CITY/STATE _________________________________________

ADDRESS _________________________________________________________________

NAME

Junior $165* for 4 years

Life: $750

RENEWAL

*no increase if Junior becomes a Senior during 4 year plan

Special

Junior: $55

Senior $225 for 4 years

STEWARD

SPECIAL

Senior: $75

NEW

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

P.O. Box 5570, Glendale, CA 91221 (818) 842-8194

HORSE : ANNUAL $25 LIFE $75 NAME CHANGE $5

RENEWAL

JUNIOR:

AMATEUR:

PROFESSIONAL

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________________________________________________________________

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City: _______________________________ State: ________Zip:____________

Address: _________________________________________________________

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ANNUAL $ 40 LIFE $400 TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP $5

NEW

NORCAL HUNTER JUMPER ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 77050 San Francisco, CA 94107-7050 2013 Membership Application


2013 zONE 10

sPECIFICATIONS

(cA/nv)

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 Adult Amateur Hunters: Open to horses and ponies to be ridden by Amateurs who are no longer eligible to compete as Junior Exhibitors. Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Amateur Owner hunter class (at the same show). Riders may not cross enter into First Year, Second Year or High Performance Working Hunter at the same show. Adult Amateur Riders may not cross enter into any class at the same show 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 Hunter Under Saddle Class for an Amateur Owner rider that has more than one horse entered. No cross entry restrictions at one-day shows. Fence height:3’; spreads not to exceed fence height. Horses and ponies will not be jogged for soundness. Adult Amateur, Children’s Hunter, and Children’s Hunter Pony sections may be combined if there are less than three entries in any one section. Children’s Hunters: Open to horses and ponies to be ridden by Junior Exhibitors. Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Junior Hunter Class at the same show. Riders may not cross enter into First Year, Second Year or High Performance Working Hunters at the same show. Children Riders may not cross enter into any class at the same show with fences exceeding 3’3” except 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 Under Saddle Class for a Junior Hunter rider that has more than one horse entered. No cross entry restrictions at oneday shows. Fence height: 3’; spreads not to exceed fence height. Horses and ponies will not be jogged for soundness. If a separate Children’s Hunter Pony section is offered, fences must be set at 2’ for small/ medium ponies and 2’6 for large ponies, spreads may not exceed fence height. Riders may not cross enter in any division where the fences exceed 3’3” (except Children’s Jumpers). Adult Amateur, Children’s Hunter, and Children’s Hunter Pony sections may be combined if there are less than three entries in any one section. Pre-Green: Refer to HU106.3. Zone awards to be offered at each height section. Children’s Jumpers: Open to Junior Exhibitors. Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Junior Jumper class at the same show. Children’s Jumper riders may not cross enter into any jumper class at the same show with fences exceeding 1.20m (3’11”). No cross entry restrictions at one day shows. Fences must be set at 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 1.10m (3 ‘7”) and no higher than 1.15m (3 ‘9”).

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Adult Amateur Jumpers: Open to Amateur riders. Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Amateur Owner Jumper class at the same show. 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 shows. Fences to be set at 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 1.10m (3 ‘7”) and no higher than 1.15m (3 ‘9”). Low Children’s Jumpers: Open to Junior Exhibitors. Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Junior Jumper class at the same show. Low Children’s Jumper riders may not cross enter into any jumper class at the same show with fences exceeding 1.10m (3’7”) except Junior/Amateur Modified Jumpers and Regular Children’s Jumper. No cross entry restrictions at one day shows. Fences to be set at 1.0m (3’3”) to 1.05m (3’5”). Low Adult Jumpers: Open to Adult riders. Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Amateur Owner Jumper class at the same show. Low Adult Jumper riders may not cross enter into any jumper class with fences exceeding 1.10m (3’7”) except Junior/Amateur Modified Jumpers and Regular Adult Amateur Jumper. No cross entry restrictions at one day shows. Fences to be set at 1.0m (3’3”) to 1.05m (3’5”). 2013 Pony Jumper Championships Selection Procedures for Zone 10 Criteria: Pony Jumper classes held at heights of 0.95m (3’1”) or above but less than 1.00m (3’3”) will count at one- half point value; Pony Jumper or Low Children’s Jumper classes held at 1.00m (3’3”) or above but less than 1.10m (3’7”) will count at full point value; and Pony Jumper or Children’s Jumper classes held at 1.10m (3’7”) or above will count at one and one-half point value. Points may only be earned at USEF Licensed regular competitions starting on or between June 2, 2012 and June 1, 2013. 2013 Junior Jumper Championships Selection Procedures for Zone 10 Sally Hudson, Coordinator 1 Ivy Street Monterey, CA 93940 Ph: (831) 594-1719 email: sallyh1@aol.com Criteria: Junior and Open Jumper classes offering $1,000 or more in prize money held at 1.40m (4’7”) or above (including Open Jumper classes offering $25,000 or more in prize money) between January 1, 2013 and August 31, 2013. All classes must be held at USEF recognized competitions offering at least $2,500 in their Jumper Division. Classes of more than $25,000 will be capped at 25,000 points, thus pointed the same as classes of $25,000.


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2013Sacramento/Del Mar International Horse Show Prize List