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David Marion 416416-659659-5969 Store/Office 905905-859859-0101 MonMon-Fri 9am9am-5pm 6012 King Road Nobleton, ON

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To All of our Competitors and Customers, We are excited to welcome you back to the new and improved Caledon Equestrian Park. As we continue our re-development of the site to accommodate the 2015 Pan/Para Pan Am Games we have done everything to ensure that you're showing experience will be enhanced with minimal disruption. Phase 1 of the development has gone extremely well. Mother Nature has been very accommodating through the fall and early winter. Our contractors and project team have worked tirelessly to ensure that all will be ready for our spring horse show season. At this point in time we are well ahead of schedule. We can confirm that all site services including storm water management, hydro and water are installed. All 3 rings receiving new footing in this phase have been built and are only awaiting the final footing layer in April. These areas are free draining sand fiber mix designed by Christian Bauer of IQ Footing. All roads, entrances and horse routes have been completed. The new barn area has been serviced and is awaiting our normal installation of portable stalls. Landscaping will done in April and tree planting will continue through the summer months. Our normal spring setup is ready to go. We are pleased that all of our great team are in place and ready for the additional challenges as we prepare for an exciting year of showing.

We are pleased to introduce 2 new shows, Caledon Premiere 1 & 2. We have listened to our customers and recognized that many of you are looking for more and new opportunities to compete with your horses. These 2 new events provide us the opportunity to meet these requests. You will find a different ambiance and the events will feature many special classes for our Hunter and Jumper competitors. We are offering over $20,000 in Prize Money for the Hunter Classics. We have also increased the level of prize money for our Junior and Amateur Jumper Riders. In addition all 1.20m, 1.30m and 1.40m Junior/Amateur classes are qualifiers for the NEW $20,000 Pan Am Challenge to take place at the 2013 Canadian Show Jumping Tournament. EMG is proud to offer Caledon Young Horse Classes which will provide a cost effective experience for developing young horses. Finally we are proud to host the OHJA Ultimate Hunter Challenge and the LongRun Thoroughbred Hunter Classic Series and Finals. All of the classes traditionally run in the Grand Prix Ring will take place in our new Annex Jumper for 2013 allowing these competitors the benefit of our new all weather footing while we wait for the completion of phase 2. It is important for us to acknowledge and than the ongoing commitment from all of our corporate partners. Without them we could not meet the challenge of producing great events for you. This is our 27th year of producing quality equestrian events in Southern Ontario and we are ecstatic that the Caledon Equestrian Park re-development is well under way. Phase 1 will be complete in time for our 2013 season. Phase 2, including the indoor complex, Grand Prix stadium and new pavilion will begin at the end of this competition year and be ready 2014. In April (when the site is free of major construction equipment) we invite all of you to give us a call and we will be delighted to show you the new park. In our constantly changing sport, we know that you have expectations of a great venue, a solid dependable management team and a clean safe environment for your horses. We are sure that the new Caledon Equestrian Park will add immensely to your showing experience and provide you and your horses a fantastic venue to accomplish your dreams. The legacy created from this major development will provide the generations to come many fantastic opportunities to enjoy our wonderful sport. Enjoy the Ride with us! CRAIG

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Equestrian Management Group 200 Pine Ave, Caledon, ON L7E 0M1 Phone: 905-880-5344 | Fax: 905-880-4029 www.equiman.com | info@equiman.com

2013 Classic @ Palgrave Phase 1 - May 7-12 Caledon National - May 14-19 Classic @ Palgrave Phase 2 - June 4-9 Summer Classic - June 11-16 Caledon Premier 1 - June 20-23 Caledon Premier 2 - June 27-30 Equestrian Festival - July 23-28 Summer Festival CSI2* - July 30-Aug 4 Autumn Classic - Sept 12-15 Canadian Show Jumping Tournament CSI2* - Sept 18-22 2013 Staff Announcer……………….………………………………................................................ Yvonne Busby, Peter Chamczuk, John Taylor Blacksmith………………………………...…………………………………………………... BWD Equine Services Ltd (905) 715-4719 Course Designers ………………………………………………………………….Chris Brandt, Jeremy Denouden, Jennifer Ferguson Course Decorator …………………………………………………………………………………………….……….………... Evie Frisque Food Services ………………………………………………………………………………………………...Lein Catering (416) 251-5858 In Gates… ……………………………….…..……..Amy Aspin, Helen Dillon, Geri Fowler, Cliff Haines, Morgan Shortt, Laura Weller Jumper Jury ……………………...Marjory Dennis, Alexandra Drillis, Cindy Gerred, Graeme Nicholson, Diane Ratigan, Cathy Roy Medical…………………………….……………...…….……………………………………………………….. .First Tier Medical Services Office ……………………………………………………………………………………………...Robyn Clark, Lorna Mackay, Sarah Weir Photographer………………………….………..……………………………………………………….Shoot Photographic—Mike Schram Presentations ………........................................................................................................................Sheila Johnstone, Sue Schnurr Ring Crew Leader ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...James Weir Stewards…………………….…………………..……………………………...Jill Barton, Allan Ehrlick, Sherri Whitworth, Martha Worts System Analyst……………...……………...…………………………………………………………….. Jon Kassel, Network Identity Inc Veterinarians………………………...……………………………………………….....McKee-Pownall Equine Services (905) 898-0370 Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this July 2013 Edition, information is only correct at the time of publishing. EMG/CEP reserves the right to change, alter or update this publication at any time during the season. Updates will be made available on our website www.equiman.com. E & OE

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2013 Invited Officials Classic @ Palgrave Phase 1 - May 7-12

Week 1

Caledon Premier 2 - June 27-30

Hunter / Equitation Judges Bucky Renolds (VA) Christina Schlusemeyer (FL) Carl Dena (NY) Lisa Minion (ON)

Hunter / Equitation Judges Jim Dahlquist (OR) Carole O’Brien (SC) John Rush (FL) Cathy Aker (ON)

Course Designers Marina Azevedo (BRA) Jerry Dougherty (FL)

Course Designer Chris Brandt (CAN)

Equestrian Festival - July 23-28 Caledon National - May 14-19

Week 2

Hunter / Equitation Judges Chance Arakelian (CA) Karen Healy (CA) Fred Bauer (CA) Gay Ellen Dennis (ON)

Classic @ Palgrave Phase 2 - June 4-9

Week 3

Summer Festival CSI2* - July 30- Aug 4

Hunter / Equitation Judges Jimmy Clapperton (MI) Andrea Wells (GA) Richard Wilkinson (AZ) Robyn Baechler (ON)

Hunter / Equitation Judges Sarah Booker (MO) Alan Lohman (MD) Kerry Kocher (PA) Pam Law (ON)

Course Designer Michael Curtis (AZ)

Course Designers Leopoldo Palacios (VEN) Edward Haley (ON)

Summer Classic - June 11-16

Week 8

Week 4 Autumn Classic - Sept 12-15

Hunter / Equitation Judges Geoff Teall (FL) Scott Williamson (FL) Bill Ellis (FL) Sherri Whitworth (ON)

Week 9

Hunter / Equitation Judges Carlton Brooks (CA) Brian Lenehan (FL) Joe Dotoli (VT) Fran Dotoli (VT) Jennifer DeNeef (ON)

Course Designer Ken Krome (MD)

Caledon Premier 1 - June 20-23

Course Designer Chris Brandt (CAN)

Week 7

Hunter / Equitation Judges Ellen Raidt (FL) Keiri Kaneps (CO) Scott Hofstetter (FL) Eileen Gilbert (ON) Course Designers Werner Deeg (GER) Edward Haley (ON)

Course Designer Guilherme Jorge (BRA)

Hunter / Equitation Judges Jeanne-Marie Dunford-Miller (VA) Randy Mullins (TN) Chrystine Tauber (FL) Barbara Mitchell (ON)

Week 6

Week 5

Course Designer Michael Curtis (AZ)

Canadian Show Jumping Tournament CSI2* Sept 18-22 Week 10 Hunter / Equitation Judges Rob Bielefeld (FL) Gary Duffy (FL) Mike Rosser (NC) John Rush (FL) Course Designer Michel Vaillancourt (CAN)

EMG/CEP reserves the right to change or alter the invited officials.

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2013 JUMP CANADA LEVY Jump Canada is a committee of Equine Canada responsible for all aspects of Show Jumping in Canada from the grassroots to the international level. The board members are elected by the stakeholders in the sport—riders, owners and competition organizers. As Gold Sanctioned Equine Canada Hunter/Jumper competitions, all EMG Horse Shows are required to remit fees of $20.00 per horse entered in the hunter/jumper divisions to Jump Canada in order to support their developmental programs. These funds will be used as follows: -60% Hunter, Young Rider and Domestic Programs -35% National and International Teams -5% Administration Publicity & PR This levy is supported by EC and failure to participate may lead to suspension of Sport License.

R.A. CURRIE Hay and Straw Official supplier for the Caledon Equestrian Park 905-873-3880 Proud sponsor of the Green Pony Division

Proud sponsor of the Short Stirrup Division

Official Accommodations Provider BEST WESTERN PLUS ORANGEVILLE 519-941-3311 Ask for the “Equestrian Rate—From $164.99” www.bestwesternorangeville.com

FOR FURTHER LOCAL ACCOMMODATIONS PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES www.orangeville.org/tourism www.headwaterstourism.com

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The following 2013 EMG horse Shows are EC Sanctioned Gold / Platinum Competitions Classic @ Palgrave Phase 1- May 7-12 Caledon National - May 14-19 Classic @ Palgrave Phase 2 - June 4-9 Summer Classic - June 11-16 Caledon Premier 1 - June 20-23 Caledon Premier 2 - June 27-30 Equestrian Festival - July 23-28 Summer Festival CSI2*- July 30-Aug 4 Autumn Classic - Sept 12-15 Canadian Show Jumping Tournament CSI2* - Sept 18-22

Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the 2013 EC Rule Book, will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith. All questions not covered by these rules shall be decided by the show management, whose decision will be final.

Equine Canada Statement of Principles Equine Canada (EC), the national equestrian federation of Canada, supports adherence to humane treatment of horses in all activities under its jurisdiction. EC is committed to: • Upholding the welfare of the horses, regardless of value, as a primary consideration in all activities; • Requiring that horses be treated with kindness, respect and the compassion that they deserve, and that they never be subjected to mistreatment; • Ensuring that owners, trainers and exhibitors or their agents use responsible care in the handling, treatment and transportation of their horses as well as horses placed in their care for any purpose; • Providing for the continuous well-being of horses by encouraging routine inspection and consultation with health care professionals and competition officials to achieve the highest possible standards of nutrition, health, comfort and safety as a matter of standard operating procedure; • Continuing to support scientific studies on equine health and welfare; • Requiring owners, trainers and exhibitors to know and follow their sanctioning organization’s rules, and to work within industry regulations in all equestrian competition; • Reviewing, revising and developing competition rules and regulations that protect the welfare of the horses. The standard by which conduct or treatment will be measured is that which a person, informed and experienced in generally accepted equine training and exhibition procedures, would determine to be neither cruel, abusive nor inhumane. Any horse entered in any class at an EC Sanctioned Competition may, while on competition grounds be selected for equine medication control testing.

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General Rules

MEMBERSHIP: 2013 - EC General Regulations A201 All Canadian Owners & Riders must have Valid EC Gold Sport License (A205) and a Provincial Membership (OEF or equivalent) (A203). OR Purchase a Single Event Upgrade (A211) or License Transfer (A212) for a Silver or Bronze Sport License to Gold Sport License. OR Purchase a Temporary Sport License (A208). Must be a member of OEF or equivalent. No points will be accumulated. OHJA Membership (owner & rider) is only required to accrue provincial points. All Seniors competing in an Amateur classes must posses an EC Amateur Card. Valid USEF Membership Cards are also acceptable. FEI Competitors: must have Valid EC Platinum Sport License (A204)

PASSPORTS: 2013 - EC General Regulations A402 All Canadian entries are required to have an EC Passport with a current Horse License Sticker to compete. FEI & National Federation Passports are acceptable. OR Exhibitor must obtain written notification from EC stating passport is en route or being processed. OR Purchase a Temporary Horse Registration (A411.3). No points will be accumulated. A valid USEF Recording, Registration or Foreign Affidavit is also acceptable.

It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to provide to the Horse Show Office proof of memberships prior to competing. Anyone competing without proof of 2013 EC Sport License and Valid EC Passport will pay the Temporary Sport License / Temporary Horse Registration Fee at each competition until it is provided. These fees are non refundable upon the completion of the respective competition.

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General Rules Entries: Faxed, mailed will be accepted and processed. Online entries coming soon. EMG is now accepting credit cards for payment. Supporting Documents: The EMG Show office will maintain a file of documents for EMG SHOWS ONLY. You only need to produce a copy of these documents at the first EMG show you attend. Trainer/Person Responsible: EC Gold Sport License, OEF Membership Owners & Riders: EC Gold Sport License, OEF Membership. OHJA Membership is required only to accrue Provincial points Amateurs: EC Amateur Card Juniors: Date of Birth Horses/Ponies: Front page of Passport with valid 2013 License Sticker Entry Blanks: Must be complete, for all shows including signature, addresses, phone numbers, EC, OEF, OHJA where applicable and Passport numbers. Post Entries: All entries received after the entry closing date may be assessed a $25.00 post entry fee. Numbers: Only numbers with outstanding balances from previous weeks will be held until paid. Trainers are no longer responsible for clients’ unpaid accounts. Prize Money: Prize money will be credited to each horse’s account. Prize cheques will be made payable to the owner of the entry, unless the office is notified to pay to the rider. Cheques will be mailed within 21 days of the close of the horse show. Cheques will only be issued to those entries whose accounts have been paid in full. Returned Cheques: A $50.00 charge will be assessed on all returned cheques and the exhibitor will not be permitted to show at any future EMG Shows until the account has been settled. Unsettled accounts will be turned over to EC, which will result in suspension from all competitions. Schedule: The show management further reserves the right to cancel, postpone, or combine any class or condition they deem advisable without notification. Every effort will be made to provide as much notification as possible. Please check web site www.equiman.com after 8 pm for any changes. Dress Code: See Rule G109 Polo Shirts are acceptable attire in the jumper rings during the week unless otherwise noted. Proper Attire (jackets, ties, chokers, etc.) is required for all jumpers beginning Saturday morning and for the balance of each show. Proper attire is required for the Open Welcome Classes. Wash Racks: Horses must be bathed in wash rack areas only, no bathing in barn aisles. The wash rack area is for bathing horses only. Notice to American Exhibitors: While every effort will be made to assist you in the variances of EC rules over USEF rules, the sole responsibility is entirely the Exhibitors’ to be aware of EC rules. EMG does not accept cheques marked payable in Canadian Funds drawn on a US account. Dog Rule: The owner of any loose dog on the property will be fined $100.00. If found loose a second time owner will be required to remove the animal from the property. As in any public park owners are required to abide by the Town of Caledon “Poop & Scoop” by-law. The Caledon Equestrian Park Pavilion is a licensed area. No alcoholic beverages are allowed in the pavilion other than those purchased at the bar located inside.

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Stalls & Campers STALLS: Stalls must be booked in writing, using Stall Request Form. Stalls will be assigned by EMG office. Please make sure to check Stall Map upon arrival and use the assigned stalls. You are responsible for payment of all stalls ordered. Stalls are available after 8 am 1 day prior to the start of the horse show and all horses must be removed by 12 noon the day following the completion of each show. Horses remaining in stalls after this will be charged for the additional week. THERE ARE NO HALF STALLS PERMITTED. STALL FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE Please submit Stall/Camper Request forms by: Classic @ Palgrave Phase 1 - May 7-12 Caledon National - May 14-19

Due Date Stall April 23/13 April 23/13

Stall $150 $150

Camper $185 $185

Entry Due Date April 23/13 April 30/13

Camper Off Week 1 Camper Off Week 2

April 23/13 April 23/13

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$160 $160

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Classic @ Palgrave Phase 2 - June 4-9 Summer Classic - June 11-16

May 21/13 May 21/13

$150 $150

$185 $185

May 21/13 May 28/13

Caledon Premier 1 - June 20-23 Caledon Premier 2 - June 27-30 *$100 rate applies if Horse has a stall for all 4 June shows

June 6/13 June 6/13

$125/$100* $125/$100*

$185 $185

June 6/13 June 13/13

Equestrian Festival - July 23-28 Summer Festival CSI2*- July 30-Aug 4

July 9/13 July 9/13

$150 $150

$185 $185

July 9/13 July 16/13

Autumn Classic - Sept 12-15 Canadian Show Jumping Tournament CSI2* - Sept 18-22

August 29/13 August 29/13

$150 $150

$185 $185

Aug 29/13 Sept 4/13

CAMPERS: All campers spaces must be reserved in writing using Camper Request Form. Camper spaces will be assigned by EMG office. Please make sure to check Camper Map upon arrival and park in the assigned spot. Camper space includes 30amp service and water hook-up. There is absolutely no gray water drainage allowed on the grounds. Any exhibitor not abiding by this Town of Caledon by-law will be fined and removed from the property. NO OPEN CAMP FIRES PERMITTED ON PROPERTY. Daily pump-outs are available, please sign up and pay at the show office. Vehicles: all vehicles must be parked in designated areas only. There is no parking on the roads or in the barn areas at any time. All motorized vehicles including golf carts, scooters, dirt bikes, 4-wheelers, etc must be operated by Fully Licensed Drivers Only.

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Jumper Nominations / Adds & Scratches

Junior / Amateur Jumper Nomination Fee: $130 1.10m , 1.20m, 1.30m, 1.40m Open Jumper Nomination Fee: $150 Open 1.15m & above Nominated Jumpers will only pay 1 Nomination fee. Any horse who jumps in an open class will only pay the Open Nomination fee. Nomination fees will only be refunded (less a scratch fee and administration fee) if the following conditions are met; 1) The horse has not shown in any classes. 2) The horse show veterinarian issues a scratch certificate. All jumper classes will be conducted under Articles 238.2.2 unless otherwise specified. Riders are reminded that they must declare each day for the next day’s classes. You may choose to remain in one division and declare on the entry form at the time of entering or at the office prior to the show for all of your classes. Telephone Declarations will NOT be Accepted CHANGES: The office closes 1/2 hour after the last class of the day for any adds or scratches. Online changes will soon be available. ADDS: Day of entries and adds may be accepted if the schedule permits. Day of Show Entries: may be charged a post entry fee of $25.00 plus a late fee of $5.00 per class. Day of Class Adds: may be charged a $5.00 late fee for each class. Riders should be prepared to go first in the order for each class entered late for the day. SCRATCHES: Nominated Jumpers: Day Of Scratches- If done in writing, before the class starts. Will receive a 50% refund of the class entry fee only. NO Jumper Nomination Fee Refunds. Show Scratch: If all classes are scratched in writing, the day before the show, all entry fees will be refunded (less a scratch fee and the administration fee). Class Scratch: Classes scratched in writing the day before will be fully refunded. Please Note: All entries submitted will be processed without payment, minimum charge for an entry will be a scratch fee and administration fee. Non-Showing Horses: All horses on the property must have a signed entry blank and a current OEF Membership. Non-showing horses will be charged a non show fee of $25.00 plus an administration fee. Non Showing Horses are not eligible to purchase Training Jumper or Hunter Warm Up Tickets. Horses found without an entry blank will be charged an additional fee of $100.00. Veterinarian/Farrier Services: Responsibility of payment for services and supplies: All owners and exhibitors will be held responsible for any bills for veterinary, farrier and food services. Any exhibitor not meeting this obligation to the official Show Veterinarian or farrier may be deemed an undesirable exhibitor and entries from that exhibitor may not be accepted at subsequent shows.

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Prize Money Distribution Hunter 1

2

3

4

5

$100

Place

$30

25

20

15

10

6

7

8

$300

$125

55

45

40

35

$350

$150

65

50

45

40

$1000

$250

200

150

120

100

70

60

50

$1500

$375

300

225

180

150

105

90

75

$2500

$625

500

375

300

250

175

150

125

$3000

$750

600

450

360

300

210

180

150

$5000

$1250

1000

750

600

500

350

300

250

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

$450

$130

80

75

60

55

50

$600

$175

110

95

85

75

60

$750

$225

150

125

100

75

75

$900

$270

165

145

120

110

90

$1000

$300

180

160

140

120

100

$1500

$450

270

240

210

180

150

$2500

$750

450

400

350

300

250

$3000

$900

540

480

420

360

300

$3500

$1050

630

560

490

420

350

$3500 TS

$1200

750

500

350

250

200

125

125

$5000

$1500

1200

700

500

400

300

200

200

$10,000

$3000

2500

1500

1000

800

600

400

200

$20,000

$6000

5000

3000

2000

1200

1000

600

$25,000

$7500

6250

3750

2500

1500

1250

$30,000

$9000

7500

4500

3000

1800

1500

1

2

3

4

5

6

$10,000

$2500

2000

1500

1000

700

550

400

300

300

250

250

250

$15,000

$3750

3000

2250

1500

1050

825

600

450

450

375

375

375

$35,000

$8750

7000

$50,000

$12500 10000

Jumper Place

9

10

400

400

400

750

500

500

500

900

600

600

600

7

8

9

10

FEI Classes Place

11

12

5250

3500

2450

1925

1400

1050

1050

875

875

875

7500

5000

3500

2750

2000

1500

1500

1250

1250

1250

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Hunter Divisions Division/Class**

Fence Height

Class Numbers

Division/Class Fee

Prize Money

Low Working Hunter

3’

1, 3, 5, 7, 9

$35

Ribbons to 8th

High Working Hunter

3’3

2, 4, 6, 8, 10

$35

Ribbons to 8th

Short Stirrup

2’

21, 22, 23

$25

Ribbons to 8th

Walk Trot

-

20

$20

Ribbons to 8th

Lead Line

-

19

$0

Ribbons to all

Pleasure Hunter

2’9

90, 91, 92, 93

$35

Ribbons to 8th

Schooling Hunter

2’9

115, 116, 117, 118, 119

$35

Ribbons to 8th

Green Pony Hunter

2’-2’6

24, 25, 26, 27

$110

Ribbons to 8th

Children’s Pony Hunter

2’-2’6

300, 301, 302, 303

$110/$30

Ribbons to 8th

Beginner Rider Children’s Hunter

2’6

28, 29, 30, 31

$110

Ribbons to 8th

Beginner Rider Adult Hunter

2’6

32, 33, 34, 35

$110

Ribbons to 8th

Low Children’s Hunter

2’9

36, 37, 38, 39

$110/$80

Ribbons to 8th

Low Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35

2’9

111, 112, 113, 114

$110/$80

Ribbons to 8th

Low Adult Amateur Hunter 36+

2’9”

311, 312, 313, 314

$110/$80

Ribbons to 8th

Small Pony Hunter

2’3

43, 44, 45, 46

$125/$90

$300/$100

Medium Pony Hunter

2’6

49, 50, 51, 52

$125/$90

$300/$100

Large Pony Hunter

2’9

55, 56, 57, 58

$125/$90

$300/$100

Children’s Hunter

3’

61, 62, 63, 64, 65

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35

3’

67, 68, 69, 70, 71

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Adult Amateur Hunter 36+

3’

267, 268, 269, 270, 271

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Low Amateur Owner Hunter

3’

367, 368, 369, 370, 371

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Low Junior/Amateur Hunter

3’3

185, 186, 187, 188, 189

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Amateur Owner Hunter

3’6

73, 74, 75, 76, 77

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Junior Working Hunter

3’6

79, 80, 81, 82, 83

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Open Performance Hunter

3’3/3’6

401, 402, 403, 404, 405

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Combined Working Hunter***

3’6/3’9/4

97, 98, 99, 100, 101

$180/$150/$120

$350/$100

Pre-Green Hunter***

3’/3’3

85, 86, 87, 88, 89

$180/$120

$350/$100

Baby Green Hunter

2’9

106, 107, 108, 109, 110

$120/$110/$100

Ribbons to 8th

**Not all classes offered at all shows, please check schedules ***If entries warrant, may be split

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Hunter Class Specifications Division/Class Fence Height Nobleton Feed Mills Low Children’s Hunter 2’9 Marigold Riding Apparel Low Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 2’9 Low Adult Amateur Hunter 36+ 2’9

Specifications

Open to all Children and Adult Amateur Riders per EC rules. Riders and horses may NOT cross enter at the same show into any Hunter Division with heights more than 2’9” or any Jumper classes with heights more than1.0m. Riders may compete in equitation classes where the height does not exceed 3’. Jogging is not required. Showing in this division will affect a horse’s eligibility.

Bolton Inn Small Pony Hunter

2’3

Equine Canada Article G306. Open to ponies not exceeding 12.2

Running Fox Medium Pony Hunter

2’6

Equine Canada Article G306. Open to ponies over 12.2 but not exceeding 13.2

Henry Equestrian Plan Large Pony Hunter

2’9

Equine Canada Article G306. Open to ponies over 13.2 but not exceeding 14.2

Greenhawk Children’s Hunter

3’

Equine Canada Article G307

Greenhawk Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35

3’

Equine Canada Article G309

Greenhawk Adult Amateur Hunter 36+

3’

Equine Canada Article G309

Henry Equestrian Plan Low Amateur Owner Hunter

3’

Equine Canada Article G310

HFH Inc Low Junior/Amateur Hunter

3’3

Equine Canada Article G313

Greenhawk Amateur Owner Hunter

3’6

Equine Canada Article G311

Greenhawk Junior Working Hunter

3’6

Equine Canada Article G308

Bucas Ltd Open Performance Hunter

3’3/3’6

Open to all horses

PDI Laser Grade Combined Working Hunter

3’6/3’9/4’ Equine Canada Article G314 If entries warrant, classes may be split into 1st Year/2nd Year & Regular

Antares Saddles Pre-Green Hunter

3’/3’3

Equine Canada Article G303 If entries warrant, classes may be spit into Pre-Green High / Pre-Green Low

The Monitoring Center Baby Green Hunter

2’9

Open to horses that have not competed in an EC sanctioned Gold or Silver competition (or equivalent) in any class requiring the entry to jump 2’9” (.85m) prior to January 1st of the current year. To maintain their Baby Green Status, horses may not compete in any division in which the jumps exceed 2’9”. Jogging is not required.

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Hunter Class Specifications Division/Class Low Working Hunter

Fence Height 3’

Specifications Open to all horses

High Working Hunter

3’3

Open to all horses

First Tier Medical Services Short Stirrup

2’

This division is intended as an introduction to horse showing for children not ready for the regular pony and hunter divisions. Open to “C” riders. Ponies or horses may enter. Riders in this division may only cross enter into the Walk Trot and/or “C” Equitation on the flat classes. Riders may not show in any other classes that requires them to jump. Suitability is a factor. Riders must enter and show in at least one over fences class in the division to be eligible to compete in the Under Saddle Class. Horses or ponies may show in other classes with a different rider.

Town of Caledon Lead Line

-

Open to Riders 10 yrs and Under. Must be accompanied by handler 16 years & older. Signed Entry Blank must be on file in Horse Show Office.

Walk Trot Equitation

-

Open to “C” Riders, may cross enter into Short Stirrup Division.

Richvale Saddlery Pleasure Hunter

2’9

Open to all horses ridden by a Junior or Amateur. A professional rider is eligible to compete providing that they are not competing in any other Hunter or Jumper division/class at this show.

Schooling Hunter 2’9

2’9

Open to all horses

RA Currie Hay & Straw Green Pony Hunter

2’-2’6

Open to small, medium, large ponies showing in their first year of competition at any sanctioned National or Provincial EC Horse Show. Children’s Pony Division does not affect Green Status. Please indicate pony size on entry blank. Jogging is required.

AM Pot Portables Children’s Pony Hunter

2’-2’6

Open to all ponies ridden by a junior. No in and outs. Division does not affect Green Pony Status. Ponies and riders may cross enter into any other division they ay be eligible for. Please indicate pony size on entry blank. Jogging is optional.

HorseSmart Beginner Rider Children’s Hunter Beginner Rider Adult Hunter

2’6 2’6

A Beginner Hunter is a rider who has NEVER won 3 first place ribbons over fences at an Equine Canada (EC) or USEF Horse Show (Provincial Competitions and Combined Training not to count). These wins are Lifetime achievements. Schooling Non-Pro and Short Stirrup not to count. Winning your way out - If during a competitor’s first year of showing in this division, they win 3 first place ribbons, they will be allowed to remain in the division to the end of that calendar year. In any subsequent years of competition, should they fulfill the Win Factor, they must progress to another division at the next show. Definition of Children's and Adult Amateur Rider per EC rules. Class conduct as per EC rules. Riders and horses may cross enter to other divisions for which they are eligible. Showing in this division will affect Baby Green Status. Jogging Is not required.

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Equitation & Medal Classes Class** A Equitation - 15-17 years old as of Jan 1 of current year. A Equitation on the Flat A Equitation over Fences

Fence Height

Class Numbers

Entry Fee

3’6

200 201

$25 $25

B Equitation - 12-14 years old as of Jan 1 of current year. B Equitation on the Flat B Equitation over Fences

2’3-3’

202 203

$25 $25

C Equitation- Under 12 years old as of Jan 1 of current year C Equitation on the Flat C Equitation over Fences 2’3-3’

204 205

$25 $25

Children’s Equitation - Open to Children’s Hunter riders Children’s Equitation on the Flat Children’s Equitation over Fences

215 216

$25 $25

Junior/Amateur Equitation - Open to Junior and Amateur riders Junior/Amateur Equitation on the Flat Junior/Amateur Equitation over Fences 3’3

210 218

$25 $25

Riders Habit / Grand Prix Medals RH/GP Large Pony Medal RH/GP Medium Pony Medal RH/GP Small Pony Medal RH/GP Junior Medal RH/GP Children’s Medal RH/GP Amateur Medal

906 907 908 207 208 209

$25 $25 $25 $30 $30 $30

3’

2’9 2’6 2’3 3’6 3’ 3’

Jump Canada Medal 3’6 211 $35 Open to Junior riders 17 yrs & under as of Jan 1. To be judged over a 3’6” Hunter course and on the flat. 60% Fences, 40% Flat. No tack or equipment changes between phases. Riders may not cross enter into a 3’ medal at the same competition. EC Article G1105. CET Medal 1.10m 212 $35 Open to Junior and Amateur riders 21 yrs & under. Must be a member of the CET. To be judged over a 1.10m Jumper course which may include double, triple, liverpool, water and a gymnastic test. Flat phase to follow. Riders are not eligible for CET Mini Medal. EC Article G1108. OHJA Medal 3’9 213 $35 Open to Junior and Amateur Riders. To be judged over a 3’9” (maximum) jumper course which requires at least three tests on course from the following list: bank, grob, water with a rail, liverpool, and gymnastics. Individual testing of the top 4-6 riders (at judge’s discretion). CET Mini Medal 1.0m 217 $35 Open to Junior and Amateur riders. To be judged over a 1.0m Jumper course which may include double, triple, liverpool and a gymnastic test mandatory. Flat phase to follow. Riders competing in 1.20m or higher not eligible. May not cross enter into CET Medal at the same competition. EC Article G1107. **Not all classes offered at all shows, please check schedules

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Jumper Classes Division/Class**

Class Numbers

Class Fee

Nom Fee

Prize Money

Training/Schooling Training Jumper Low

801, 802, 803, 807, 808, 809 $40

-

-

Training Jumper High

804, 805, 806, 810, 811, 812 $40

-

-

.80m Schooling Jumper

221, 222, 223, 224, 225

$40

-

Clear Round Ribbons

.90m Schooling Jumper

321, 322, 323, 324, 325

$40

-

Clear Round Ribbons

1.0m Schooling Jumper

121, 122, 123, 124, 125

$40

-

Clear Round Ribbons

1.10 Schooling Jumper

127, 128, 129, 130

$40

-

Clear Round Ribbons

Pony Jumper .90m

442, 443, 444

$35

-

Ribbons to 8th

Junior / Amateur .90m

339, 340, 341, 342

$40

-

Ribbons to 8th

Junior 1.0m

139, 140, 141, 142

$40

-

Ribbons to 8th

Amateur 1.0m

239, 240, 241, 242

$40

-

Ribbons to 8th

Junior / Amateur 1.10m

145, 146, 147, 148

$45

$130

$450

Junior / Amateur 1.20m

151, 152, 153

$45

$130

$450

Junior / Amateur 1.30m

154, 155, 156

$45

$130

$450

Junior / Amateur 1.40m

157, 158, 159

$70

$130

$900

see schedules

$100

$130

$1500

$2500 Stake Class

see schedules

$130

$130

$2500

$3000 Mini Prix

see schedules

$135

$130

$3000

$3500 Stake Class

see schedules

$140

$130

$3500

$5000 Stake Class

see schedules

$200

$130

$5000

Junior/ Amateur Jumper Divisions

Junior / Amateur Jumper Stakes $1500 Stake Class

$7500 Stake Class

see schedules

$225

$130

$7500

$10,000 Stake Class

see schedules

$250

$130

$10,000

1.15m Jumper

133, 134, 135

$45

$150

$450

1.25m Jumper

190, 191, 192

$55/$75

$150

$600/$1000

1.35m Jumper

163, 164, 165

$70

$150

$900

1.40m Jumper

167, 168, 169

$70

$150

$900

$5,000 Modified Grand Prix

181

$200

$150

$5000

$10,000 Modified Grand Prix

181

$250

$150

$10,000

$5,000 Open Welcome

172

$200

$150

$5000

$10,000 Open Welcome

172

$250

$150

$10,000

$15,000 Open Welcome

172

$275

$150

$15,000

$20,000 Open Welcome

172

$300

$150

$20,000

$20,000 Grand Prix

180

$300

$150

$20,000

$30,000 Grand Prix

180

$400

$150

$30,000

$35,000 Grand Prix

180

$500

$150

$35,000

$50,000 Grand Prix

180

$700

$150

$50,000

Open Jumper Divisions

Open Jumper Feature Classes

**Not all classes offered at all shows, please check schedules

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Jumper Class Specifications Division/Class Training Jumper Low Max 1.0m Training Jumper High Max 1.10m

Specifications

Open to all jumpers. Course to be designed to accommodate young jumpers Horses must be entered in the horse show and must have a current passport or purchase a temporary horse registration. Owners and riders must have a current OEF and EC Gold Sport License or purchase a Temporary Sport License. Administration and drug fees apply. Not offered at all shows, please check schedules. .80m Schooling Jumper .90m Schooling Jumper 1.0m Schooling Jumper 1.10 Schooling Jumper

Best Western Plus Pony Jumper .90m Bahr Saddlery Junior / Amateur .90m Junior 1.0m Amateur 1.0m Horse Sport Junior / Amateur 1.10m

Bruno Delgrange Saddles Junior / Amateur 1.20m

Bolton Electric Junior / Amateur 1.30m

Table A - No Jump off. No Nomination fee required. Open to all jumpers. Courses to be designed to accommodate young jumpers. Clear Rounds will receive a red ribbon. Not all classes offered at all shows, please check schedules. Table A - Immediate Jump off. No Jumper Nomination fee required. Open to ponies ridden by a junior. Minimum 6 entries required for class to run. Refer to Equine Canada Article G 601. Table A - Immediate Jump off. No Jumper Nomination fee required. Open to horses ridden by a junior or amateur. Refer to Equine Canada Article G603 &G604. Table A - Immediate Jump off, Table A Speed, Table C Speed. No Nomination fee required. Open to horses ridden by a junior or an amateur. Equine Canada Article G603 & G604. Table A - Immediate Jump off, Table A Speed, Table C Speed. JUMPER NOMINATION REQUIRED $130. Open to horses ridden by a junior or an amateur. Equine Canada Article G603 &G604. Table A - Immediate Jump off, Table A Speed, Table C Speed. JUMPER NOMINATION REQUIRED $130. Open to horses ridden by a junior or an amateur. Equine Canada Article G603 &G604. Table A - Immediate Jump off, Table A Speed, Table C Speed. JUMPER NOMINATION REQUIRED $130. Open to horses ridden by a junior or an amateur. Equine Canada Article G603 &G604.

Equestrian Factory Outlet Junior / Amateur 1.40m

Table A - Immediate Jump off, Table A Speed, Table C Speed. JUMPER NOMINATION REQUIRED $130. Open to horses ridden by a junior or an amateur. Equine Canada Article G603 &G604. Nobleton Farm Service/Green Tractors 1.15m Jumper Table A - Immediate Jump off. JUMPER NOMINATION REQUIRED $150 Open to all Horses. Equine Canada FEI Article 238.2.2 Albion Golf Carts 1.25m Jumper Table A - Immediate Jump off. JUMPER NOMINATION REQUIRED $150 Open to all Horses. Equine Canada FEI Article 238.2.2 System Fencing 1.35m Jumper Table A - Immediate Jump off. JUMPER NOMINATION REQUIRED $150 Open to all Horses. Equine Canada FEI Article 238.2.2 Stonewood Management 1.40m Jumper Table A - Immediate Jump off. JUMPER NOMINATION REQUIRED $150 Open to all Horses. Equine Canada FEI Article 238.2.2

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Featured Classes Classic @ Palgrave Phase 1 - May 7-12 WEEK 1 181

$10,000 Modified Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$250

172

$20,000 Alberta Premium Open Welcome

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$300

180

$30,000 RAM Equestrian Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$400 Zoetis $1 Million Qualifier

153

$2500 JR/AM 1.20m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$130

156

$2500 JR/AM 1.30m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$130

159

$3500 JR/AM 1.40m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$140

Caledon National - May 14-19 WEEK 2 181

$10,000 Omega Alpha Modified Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$250

172

$20,000 Adequan Open Welcome

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$300

180

$30,000 RAM Equestrian Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$400 Zoetis $1 Million Qualifier

153

$2500 JR/AM 1.20m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$130

156

$2500 JR/AM 1.30m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$130

159

$3500 JR/AM 1.40m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$140

Caledon Young Horse Classes No registration required, open to all riders and all horses with proof of age. Horse must have EC passport or equivalent. No Jumper Nomination Fee required. 315

$750 5 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m

$75

315

$750 6 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$75

315

$750 7/8 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$75

Jump Canada Talent Squad 176 $3500 Jump Canada Talent Squad Table A, Art 238.2.2 1.45m $75 First round height minimum 1.45m up to maximum 1.50m. Spread maximum 1.50m. Jump off up to 1.50m. Riders MUST BE Jump Canada Talent Squad Members prior to competing. No Jumper Nomination Fee required.

LongRun Hunter Classic Series sponsored by Chiefswood Stables 651 $1500 LongRun Thoroughbred Hunter Classic Entry:$75 Open to all Thoroughbred Hunters with a valid tattoo or papers from The Jockey Club or CTHS. Copy of the papers must be provided to the Horse Show Office or Tattoo verified by Show Vet. Horses will jump their division heights. Horse/Rider combination must have entered and competed in a hunter division at each show where a TB Classic is offered. The class will consist of two rounds with open numerical scoring, with only the top 10 horses returning for round 2. Scores will be combined to determine final placing. Winner will receive a cooler. For more information please visit www.longrunretirement.com East/West Challenge - $500 bonus provided by Chiefswood Stables to the Thoroughbred with the most points from all Classics in the series. Points will be calculated 7 / 5 / 4 / 3 / 2 / 1.

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Featured Classes Classic @ Palgrave Phase 2 - June 4-9 WEEK 3 181

$5000 Modified Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$200

180

$20,000 RAM Equestrian Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$300

168

$5000 1.40m Stonewood Jumper Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$200

148

$1500 JR/AM 1.10m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m

$100

153

$1500 JR/AM 1.20m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$100

156

$1500 JR/AM 1.30m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$100

159

$1500 JR/AM 1.40m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$100

Summer Classic - June 11-16 WEEK 4 181

$5000 Modified Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$200

180

$20,000 RAM Equestrian Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$300

168

$5000 1.40m Stonewood Jumper Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$200

148

$1500 JR/AM 1.10m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m

$100

153

$1500 JR/AM 1.20m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$100

156

$1500 JR/AM 1.30m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$100

159

$1500 JR/AM 1.40m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$100

OHJA Pony Power Handy Hunter Series No additional Entry Fee These classes will consist of one Handy Hunter round in the Small, Medium, and Large divisions as well as one round in the Children’s, Green Pony and Short Stirrup divisions. The Pony Power Series is intended to encourage the use of the Open Numerical Scoring System for both the enjoyment and education of the exhibitors and spectators. Open Numerical Scoring is required. Placing in a Pony Power class will determine qualifiers for the Final. Handy course could consist of: rollback, trot fence, hand gallop fence, bending line, halt, option fence, bounce, direct line to/from a jump to the in gate. Scores will be based on traditional hunter criteria with an emphasis on style and handiness. Formal attire is not required for qualifiers. Ponies will be required to jog. The OHJA will provide special ribbons and prizes to be presented to the class winners. Provincial Award points will be awarded in these classes as per Equine Canada rules . 57 OHJA Large Pony Handy - Qualifier 51 OHJA Medium Pony Handy - Qualifier 45 OHJA Small Pony Handy - Qualifier 26 OHJA Green Pony 302 OHJA Children’s Pony 22 OHJA Short Stirrup

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Featured Classes Summer Classic - June 11-16 - WEEK 4 Continued Caledon Young Horse Classes No registration required. Open to all riders, and all horses with proof of age. Horse must have EC passport or equivalent. No Jumper Nomination Fee required. 315 $750 5 Year Olds Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m $75 316

$750 6 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$75

317

$750 7/8 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$75

Caledon Premier 1 - June 20-23 - WEEK 5 LongRun Hunter Classic Series sponsored by Schonberg Farm 651 $1500 LongRun Thoroughbred Hunter Classic Entry:$75 Open to all Thoroughbred Hunters with a valid tattoo or papers from The Jockey Club or CTHS. Copy of the papers must be provided to the Horse Show Office or Tattoo verified by Show Vet. Horses will jump their division heights. Horse/Rider combination must have entered and competed in a hunter division at each show where a TB Classic is offered. The class will consist of two rounds with open numerical scoring, with only the top 10 horses returning for round 2. Scores will be combined to determine final placing. Winner will receive a cooler. For more information please visit www.longrunretirement.com East/West Challenge - $500 bonus provided by Chiefswood Stables to the Thoroughbred with the most points from all Classics in the series. Points will be calculated 7 / 5 / 4 / 3 / 2 / 1. Caledon Hunter Classics 652 $3000 Pre-Green Hunter Classic Open to Horses entered in the Pre-Green High and Pre-Green Low divisions. 3’ & 3’3

Entry $160

653 $3000 3’6 Open Hunter Classic Open to all Horses entered in a hunter division. Does not accrue OHJA points.

$160

654 $3000 Pony Hunter Classic Open to all Ponies entered in a pony division. Ridden by a Junior.

$160

655 $3000 3’ Junior / Amateur Hunter Classic Open to Horses entered in Children’s, Adult Amateur or Low Amateur Owner Hunter divisions.

$160

656 $3000 3’3 Junior / Amateur Hunter Classic Open to Horses entered in the Low Junior Amateur Hunter division.

$160

657 $3000 3’6 Junior / Amateur Hunter Classic Open to Horses entered in the Junior or Amateur Owner Hunter divisions.

$160

658 $2500 2’9 Low Junior / Amateur Hunter Classic Open to Horses entered in the Low Children’s or Low Adult Hunter divisions.

$150

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Featured Classes Caledon Premier 1 - June 20-23 WEEK 5 Continued OHJA $5000 Ultimate Hunter Challenge Open to 4,5,6,7 year old horses competing in the EC Gold Rated Divisions or the Baby Green Division Horse must have competed in Ontario at least 2 times this season (2013) in the eligible divisions stated above- current horse show can count as 2nd show Horses must compete at the height that corresponds with their current year “green” status. This includes horses that regularly compete in the non-professional divisions. For example – a horse entering that normally shows in the Adult Amateur or Children’s Hunter division will jump the height in accordance with its current year green status (pre-green, first year, second year etc.). The 4 / 5 year old section will offer three heights: 2’9, 3’ and 3’6. The 6/7 year old section will offer three heights: 2’9, 3’, and 3’6. Pre-Green II horses will be required to jump 3’ and horses in their “Regular” or “Second” year will be required to jump 3’6. Registration must include a valid copy of the horse’s papers. Tattooed thoroughbreds without papers are eligible when a letter is provided from a vet confirming the tattoo number and corresponding year of birth. Papers may be randomly checked by a show vet and cross-referenced with horses / passports. Registration forms will be available on the OJHA website and from OHJA Committee members. Ultimate Hunter Challenge Format: Two separate Challenges will be run and pinned each with three phases of competition: one for 4/5 year olds and one for 6/7 year olds. $2500 Ultimate Hunter Challenge 4 & 5 Year Olds 601 Phase I $ 500 Model 602 Phase II $ 750 Under Saddle 603 Phase III $3,750 Over Fences

$65/50/40/30/25/20/10/10 $100/85/65/45/35/25/10/10 $500/380/300/225/190/150/65/65

$2500 Ultimate Hunter Challenge 6 & 7 Year Olds 604 Phase I $ 500 Model 605 Phase II $ 750 Under Saddle 606 Phase III $3,750 Over Fences

$65/50/40/30/25/20/10/10 $100/85/65/45/35/25/10/10 $500/380/300/225/190/150/65/65

607

Entry: $35

UHC Schooling Class 2’9/3’/3’6

Entry Fee $125 – individual phases may not be entered. Entries may be restricted if the number of entries warrant 8 Eligible entries are required in order to run each age group separately Age groups can be combined if there are fewer then 8 eligible entries in one or both age groups. If age groups are combined prize money will be based on a purse of $2500 for one challenge. To be run under EC Rules with open numerical scoring in the over fences phase – using a course of more than 8 jumps (classic-type of course).

Caledon Premier 2 - June 27-30 WEEK 6 Caledon Young Horse Classes No registration required. Open to all riders, and all horses with proof of age. Horse must have EC passport or equivalent. No Jumper Nomination Fee required. 315 $750 5 Year Olds Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m $75 316

$750 6 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$75

317

$750 7/8 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$75

Junior Amateur Stake Classes 148 $2500 JR/AM 1.10m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m

$130

153

$2500 JR/AM 1.20m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$130

156

$2500 JR/AM 1.30m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$130

159

$3500 JR/AM 1.40m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$140

165

$5000 1.35m Jumper Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.35m

$200

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Featured Classes Equestrian Festival - July 23-28 WEEK 7 172

$5,000 Modified Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$200

172

$5,000 McKee-Pownall Vet Services Open Welcome

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$200

180

$20,000 RAM Equestrian Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$300

Junior Amateur Stake Classes 148 $2500 JR/AM 1.10m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m

$130

153

$2500 JR/AM 1.20m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$130

156**

$3000 JR/AM 1.30m Mini Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$135

159** $3000 JR/AM 1.40m Mini Prix **May be combined

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$135

600 $2500 Pony Hunter Classic Entry:$150 Open to all ponies competing in the Small, Medium & Large Pony Divisions at the Equestrian Festival. To be judged on performance, manners and way of going. Classic will be a two round format, with open numerical scores. The Top 12 scores will return for the second round. Order of go will be determined by scores and starting with large ponies returning at the top of the order. Scores will be combined to determine the final results. Jog will be mounted. The Classic results qualify for OHJA points.

Summer Festival CSI2* - July 30-Aug 4 WEEK 8 Paul Scriver Award The Paul Scriver Memorial Trophy & Cooler will be awarded to the High Point Junior/Amateur 1.20m/1.30m/1.40m Division Champion. Jump Canada Talent Squad 176 $3500 Jump Canada Talent Squad Table A, Art 238.2.2 1.45m $75 First round height minimum 1.45m up to maximum 1.50m. Spread maximum 1.50m. Jump off up to 1.50m. Riders MUST BE Jump Canada Talent Squad Members prior to competing. No Jumper Nomination Fee required. $1200/750/500/350/250/200/125/125 Caledon Young Horse Classes No registration required. Open to all riders, and all horses with proof of age. Horse must have EC passport or equivalent. No Jumper Nomination Fee required. 315 $750 5 Year Olds Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m $75 316

$750 6 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$75

317

$750 7/8 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$75

EMG Handy Hunter Challenge 660 $1000 EMG 3’ Handy Hunter Challenge Entry:$50 Open to Children and Adult Amateur Riders competing in the Children’s, Adult Amateur and Low Amateur Owner Hunter divisions at the Summer Festival. Classic will be one round with open numerical scores, set over a 3’ course with options. Score based on traditional hunter criteria plus handiness (turns and optional questions). Jog will be mounted. Hunter Challenge does qualify for OHJA points. Added payback of 30% of entries: 20%/15%/15%/10%/10% LongRun Hunter Classic Series sponsored by Nobleton Feed Mills 651 $1500 LongRun Thoroughbred Hunter Classic Entry:$75 Open to all Thoroughbred Hunters with a valid tattoo or papers from The Jockey Club or CTHS. Copy of the papers must be provided to the Horse Show Office or Tattoo verified by Show Vet. Horses will jump their division heights. Horse/Rider combination must have entered and competed in a hunter division at each show where a TB Classic is offered. The class will consist of two rounds with open numerical scoring, with only the top 10 horses returning for round 2. Scores will be combined to determine final placing. Winner will receive a cooler. For more information please visit www.longrunretirement.com East/West Challenge - $500 bonus provided by Chiefswood Stables to the Thoroughbred with the most points from all Classics in the series. Points will be calculated 7 / 5 / 4 / 3 / 2 / 1.

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Featured Classes Summer Festival CSI2* - July 30-Aug 4 WEEK 8 - Continued 181

$5,000 Champion Shavings Modified Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.40m

$200

172

$35,000 Henry Equestrian Plan Open Welcome

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$500

FEI2*

180

$35,000 RAM Equestrian Grand Prix

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$500

FEI2*

Event : CSI2* Place: Caledon, Ontario Indoor: Outdoor: X Date: July 30-Aug 4, 2013 NF: CAN CSI2* II. GENERAL CONDITIONS This event is organized in accordance with: FEI Statutes, 23rd edition, effective 8th November 2012 FEI General Regulations, 23rd edition, effective 1st January 2009, updates effective 1st January 2013 FEI Veterinary Regulations, 13th edition, effective 1st January 2013 The Jumping Rules and its Annexes, 24th edition, effective 1st January 2013 CSI/CSIO requirements (For all CSI events in Europe and Worldwide – except for CSIO and Amateur events) http://www.fei.org/sites/default/files/CSI-O_Req_Europe_2013.pdf CSI requirements for North America (Canada, Mexico and USA) http://www.fei.org/sites/default/files/CSI-O_Req_N%20Am_2013.pdf CSI 3*, 4* invitation system (Europe) and 5* invitation system (Worldwide) Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMR), 1st Edition, effective 5th April 2010, updates effective 1st January 2013 FEI Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA), based on the 2009 revised Code, effective 1st January 2012, updates effective 1st January 2013 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. Approved by the National Federation, on May 6, 2013 Updated 10th June 2013 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 Athletes 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, HM King Hussein I Building, Chemin de la Joliette 8, 1006 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.fei.org. Junior Amateur Stake Classes 148 $2500 JR/AM 1.20m Stake

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$130

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$130

$2500 JR/AM 1.30m Stake

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Featured Classes Autumn Classic - Sept 12-15 WEEK 9 213 OHJA Jumper Medal Finals Entry: $50 To be judged over a 3’9” (maximum) jumper course which requires at least three tests on course from the following list: bank, grob, water with a rail, liverpool, and gymnastics. Mandatory individual testing of the top 4-6 riders in a ride-off format. Second ride-off permitted at judge’s discretion. The OHJA reserves the right to restrict entries to the top 20 riders based on overall OHJA Medal Standings for the current year. Finals do not count towards year end awards. Open to the top 20 in OHJA Jumper Medal points who enter. To be judged over a 3’9” (maximum) jumper course which requires at least three tests on course from the following list: bank, grob, water with a rail, liverpool, and gymnastics. Mandatory individual testing of the top 4-6 riders in a ride-off format. Second ride-off permitted at judge’s discretion. Riders who are not eligible to compete: all riders in 3ft or under hunter divisions, all riders in 1.0m Jr/Am Jumpers. Ribbons to 8th, Prizes 1-4, Cooler to the winner

Riders Habit / Grand Prix Medal Finals Entry: $50 To be shown over a course of eight or more hunter type fences with at least two changes of directions and including at least two tests (see EC rules A G1010: Tests) Minimum of the Top 4 Riders to ride off at judges discretion. Ribbons to 8th. Junior: Open to Junior Riders. Fences 3’6” Children’s: Open to Junior Riders. Fences 3’. Riders are not allowed to cross enter into jumper classes exceeding 3’9” (1.20m), Hunter or Equitation classes exceeding 3’3”. Amateur: Open to Amateur Riders. Fences 3’ Pony: Open to Junior riders. ‘A’ Riders restricted to Large Ponies, ‘B’ and ‘C” Riders permitted on all ponies sizes. Fence heights and distances to be adjusted for respective pony sizes. Eligibility: Riders in Top 12 from Ontario, and 3 riders from Quebec will be accepted, to a maximum of 15 entries. Selection will not extend outside of the Ontario Top 12. 906

Riders Habit/Grand Prix Large Pony Medal Final

Limited to Top 15 Large Ponies

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Riders Habit /Grand Prix Small/Medium Medal Final

Limited to Top 10 Small & Top 10 Medium Ponies (7 Ontario, 3 Quebec each)

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Riders Habit/Grand Prix Junior Medal Finals

Limited to Top 15 Entries

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Riders Habit/Grand Prix Children’s Medal Finals

Limited to Top 15 Entries

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Riders Habit/Grand Prix Amateur Medal Finals

Limited to Top 15 Entries

Equestrian Management Group would like to express our gratitude to the Rider’s Habit/Grand Prix for their continued support of these equitation classes at our 2013 Horse Shows.

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Featured Classes Autumn Classic - Sept 12-15 WEEK 9 - Continued OHJA Pony Power Handy Hunter Finals 452 $1000 OHJA Pony Power Handy Hunter Finals Entry: $50 A one round handy hunter class open to ponies from the EC rated Small, Medium, and Large Pony divisions. To be shown over a course of 10 jumps with appropriate adjustments for small, medium, and large ponies. The course will include at least three tests from the following list; rollback, trot fence, hand-gallop fence, bending line, halt, option fence, gate, dismount, bounce, and direct line to/ from a jump to the ingate. Scores will be based on traditional hunter criteria with an emphasis on style and handiness. Qualified entries will have won a 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th place ribbon in at least one EC Small, Medium, or Large division Pony Power Class in 2013. Entries must have a current OHJA membership for both rider and owner. Entries must have shown in an EC Small, Medium, or Large Pony division at this horseshow. Formal attire is requested. Ribbons and prizes will be awarded through 10th and prize money will be awarded through 8th.

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Canadian Hunter Derby Series 600 $5000 OHJA Canadian Hunter Derby - 3’6” Ontario Championship Entry: $200 601 $5000 OHJA Canadian Hunter Derby - 3’ Junior Amateur Ontario Championship Entry: $200 This high performance hunter class presents competitors an opportunity to best showcase the talents of horse and rider over a challenging course with high performance, handy and “take your own line” options. The class combines a Hunter Classic with a Handy Hunter class in a one round format. Judging: Each competitor receives a score with three components up to a maximum of 120: 1. Hunter score (out of 100) - The class is judged as a handy hunter class with a score 2. High performance bonus (up to 10 bonus points) - Two bonus points awarded for each high performance option taken on course (e.g., higher jump, natural jumps, more challenging line options). At least five options will be offered on course. 3. Handy bonus (up to 10 bonus points) – Zero to ten additional bonus points awarded at the judge’s discretion for additional handiness and high performance displayed on course, including: Efficiency of stride (eg; less strides, leave out strides), unique turns and approaches, inside turns, slices, athleticism and boldness (e.g., big gallop to jumps), impressionable start and finish. Jumps: Two classes will be offered: 3’6” with 3’9” – 4’3” options and a 3’ Junior Amateur with 3’3” options. Only horses jumping 3’6” section earn qualifying points for the $50,000 finals at the Royal Winter Fair. The course should include at least 12 jumps and include: 1. Traditional hunter jumps 2. Natural jumps - bank, post and rail, board fence/gate, stone wall, logs, hedge, brush, pens/chute 3. Handy options - inside turns, unique approaches, combination complex (e.g., pen), broken lines, unrelated distances 4. Starting order will be determined by Canadian Hunter Derby Series rankings in Ontario, with highest ranked horse going last. 5. OHJA Canadian Hunter Derby - Ontario Finals will be awarded double points towards the overall standings Formal attire required. 3’6” class open to all horses and riders. 3’6” class is not eligible for OHJA points. The 3’ class is open to horses ridden by a Junior or Amateur and will accrue OHJA points. Course walk with brief riders meeting (preferably with judges and course designer). . For more information please visit www.hunterderby.ca $5,000 Jump Canada Hunter Classic - Presented by Greenhawk The classic will consist of two rounds, with open numerical scoring, the first round to be held over and extended course in the New Jumper Ring with only the top 10 scores returning for a second round. Scores from both rounds will be combined for the final results. The jog for soundness will be mounted and is required. Formal attire is requested. Ribbons and prize money to 8th. 450 $5000 Jump Canada 3’ Junior/Amateur Hunter Classic Entry: $200 Horse Rider combinations must be entered and competed in any EC Rated 3’ Children’s, 3’ Adult Amateur or 3’ Amateur Owner Division at the Autumn Classic. OHJA Points will be tabulated.

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Featured Classes Canadian Show Jumping Tournament CSI2* - Sept 18-22 WEEK 10 172 $15,000 Caledon Cup Phase 1

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$275

FEI 2*

181 $35,000 Caledon Cup Phase 2

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$500

FEI 2*

180 $50,000 RAM Equestrian Caledon Cup Phase 3

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.45m

$700

FEI 2*

Event : CSI2* Place: Caledon, Ontario Indoor: Outdoor: X Date: Sept 18-22, 2013 NF: CAN CSI2* II. GENERAL CONDITIONS This event is organized in accordance with: FEI Statutes, 23rd edition, effective 8th November 2012 FEI General Regulations, 23rd edition, effective 1st January 2009, updates effective 1st January 2013 FEI Veterinary Regulations, 13th edition, effective 1st January 2013 The Jumping Rules and its Annexes, 24th edition, effective 1st January 2013 CSI/CSIO requirements (For all CSI events in Europe and Worldwide – except for CSIO and Amateur events) http://www.fei.org/sites/default/files/CSI-O_Req_Europe_2013.pdf CSI requirements for North America (Canada, Mexico and USA) http://www.fei.org/sites/default/files/CSI-O_Req_N%20Am_2013.pdf CSI 3*, 4* invitation system (Europe) and 5* invitation system (Worldwide) Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCMR), 1st Edition, effective 5th April 2010, updates effective 1st January 2013 FEI Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA), based on the 2009 revised Code, effective 1st January 2012, updates effective 1st January 2013 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. Approved by the National Federation, on PENDING 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 Athletes 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, HM King Hussein I Building, Chemin de la Joliette 8, 1006 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.fei.org.

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Featured Classes Canadian Show Jumping Tournament CSI2* - Sept 18-22 WEEK 10 - Continued Caledon Young Horse Classes No registration required. Open to all riders, and all horses with proof of age. Horse must have EC passport or equivalent. No Jumper Nomination Fee required. 315 $750 5 Year Olds Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.10m $75 316

$750 6 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.20m

$75

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$750 7/8 Year Olds

Table A, Art 238.2.2 Max 1.30m

$75

Table A 238.2.2 - Three Heights

$250

$20,000 Junior Amateur Pan Am Challenge- Finals 652 $20,000 JR/AM Challenge Finals

Open to all Junior and Amateur riders. The top 30 RIDERS will qualify for the Finals based on RIDER’S Prize Money won in all Junior/Amateur 1.20m/1.30m/1.40m classes held at the Caledon Equestrian Park in 2013. No limit to the number of horses ridden during the season. Selection: The top 5 prize money winners from the 1.20m/1.30m/1.40m will each automatically qualify for the finals. Next 15 riders will be selected based on total prize money won at all heights combined, until the guaranteed number is met. EMG will track and publish the RIDER’S Prize Money winnings throughout the season. In the Finals a Rider’s chosen horse must compete at the height or higher that they have competed in for the largest number of classes at EMG Shows in 2013. For example a horse that has shown 10 times at 1.40m and 6 times at 1.30m will compete at 1.40m. In the event of equal number of classes the higher height will be required. $8500 Caledon Hunter Classics All Hunter Classics at the Canadian Show Jumping Tournament will be ridden over an extended course up to 12 jumps with numerical scores. The top 12 scores will return for an additional shortened round. Scores will be combined to determine the winners. Formal attire is suggested. Entry fee for Classics is included in Division Entry Fee. All Hunter Classics will count towards division championships and will accumulate OHJA Points. 38 113 313 45 55 57 63

Low Children’s Hunter Classic Low Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Classic Low Adult Amateur Hunter 36+ Classic $500 Small Pony Hunter Classic $500 Medium Pony Hunter Classic $500 Large Pony Hunter Classic $1000 Children’s Hunter Classic

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$1000 Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Classic $1000 Adult Amateur Hunter 36+ Classic $1000 Low Amateur Owner Hunter Classic $1000 Low Junior Amateur Hunter Classic $1000 Amateur Owner Hunter Classic $1000 Junior Working Hunter Classic

The Vern Mason Perpetual Trophy, Cooler, and a keeper trophy will be presented to the Leading Rider in the CET Mini Medal in classes held at the Caledon Equestrian Park in 2013.

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Featured Classes Canadian Show Jumping Tournament CSI2* - Sept 18-22 WEEK 10 - Continued OHJA $10,000 Ultimate Hunter Challenge Eligibility:

Open to 4,5,6,7 year old horses competing in the EC Gold Rated Divisions or the Baby Green Division Horse must have competed in Ontario at least 4 times this season (2013) in the eligible divisions stated above- current horse show can count as 4th show

Horses must compete at the height that corresponds with their current year “green” status.

This includes horses that regularly compete in the non-professional divisions. For example – a horse entering that normally shows in the Adult Amateur or Children’s Hunter division will jump the height in accordance with its current year green status (pre-green, first year, second year etc.). The 4 / 5 year old section will offer three heights: 2’9, 3’ and 3’6. The 6/7 year old section will offer three heights: 2’9, 3’, and 3’6. Pre-Green II horses will be required to jump 3’ and horses in their “Regular” or “Second” year will be required to jump 3’6. Registration must include a valid copy of the horse’s papers. Tattooed thoroughbreds without papers are eligible when a letter is provided from a vet confirming the tattoo number and corresponding year of birth. Papers may be randomly checked by a show vet and cross-referenced with horses / passports. Registration forms will be available on the OJHA website and from OHJA Committee members. Ultimate Hunter Challenge Format: Two separate Challenges will be run and pinned, each with three phases of competition: one for 4/5 year olds and one for 6/7 year olds. $5000 Ultimate Hunter Challenge 4 & 5 Year Olds 601 Phase I $ 500 Model $130/100/80/65/50/35/20/20 602 Phase II $ 750 Under Saddle $200/150/120/100/70/55/30/25 603 Phase III $3,750 Over Fences $1125/850/650/450/275/200/100/100 $5000 Ultimate Hunter Challenge 6 & 7 Year Olds 604 Phase I $ 500 Model 605 Phase II $ 750 Under Saddle 606 Phase III $3,750 Over Fences

$130/100/80/65/50/35/20/20 $200/150/120/100/70/55/30/25 $1125/850/650/450/275/200/100/100

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UHC Schooling Class 2’9/3’/3’6

Entry Fee $125 – individual phases may not be entered. Entries may be restricted if the number of entries warrant 8 Eligible entries are required to run each age group separately Age groups can be combined if there are fewer then 8 eligible entries in one or both age groups. If age groups are combined prize money will be based on a purse of $5000 for one challenge. To be run under EC Rules with open numerical scoring in the over fences phase – using a course of more than 8 jumps (classic-type of course). $500 Leading Trainer Award This award will be presented to the trainer of the Champion Horse in each age group. The Leading Trainers will each receive a $250 cheque courtesy of the OHJA Ultimate Hunter Award This award will be presented at the OHJA Awards Banquet. The award will go to the horse with the highest overall score accumulation of the two Challenges.

LongRun Hunter Classic Series sponsored by Chiefswood Stables 651 $3000 LongRun Thoroughbred Hunter Classic Series Final

Entry: $150

Open to all Thoroughbred Hunters with valid tattoo or papers from The Jockey Club or CTHS. Copy of the papers must be provided to the Horse Show Office or Tattoo verified by Show Vet. Horses will jump their division heights. Horse/Rider combination must have entered and competed in a hunter division at each show where a TB Classic is offered. The class will consist of two rounds, with open numerical scoring, with only the top 10 horses returning for round 2. Scores will be combined to determine final placing. Winner will receive a cooler. For more information please visit www.longrunretirement.com East/West Challenge - $500 bonus provided by Chiefswood Stables to the Thoroughbred with the most points from all Classics in the series. Points will be calculated 7 / 5 / 4 / 3 / 2 / 1.

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2013 EMG Prize List July Update