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Great Southwest Equestrian Center And Southbound Show Management Are Pleased To Present

...Our Experience Gives You a Leg Up! The North Somervelle County Expo Center, Glen Rose, TX

Blue Ribbon Winter Festival January 20-24, 2010

Winter Warm Up January 27-31, 2010

” The South Great Southwest Equestrian Center, Katy, TX

Great Southwest Winter Series I

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Great Southwest Winter Series II February 10-14, 2010 $10,000 Chronicle of the Horse/ USHJA Hunter Derby

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USEF “AA” Rated Hunters USEF Two Star Jumper Rating Ä

$10,000 & $5,000 Jumper Classics Each Week Ä

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Blue Ribbon Winter Festival January 20-24, 2010 Show Officials Management reserves the right to add to or vary from this list Location: Somervelle County Expo Center, Glen Rose, Texas Recognized By: United States Equestrian Federation USHJA, THJA Judges:

Lynne Forgione (H, HSE) Irving Evans (H, HSE, J) Paul Sullivan (J)

Browns Summit, NC Fremont, NH Jenks, OK

USEF Steward

Suzanne O’Neal

Wills, TX

Management

Southbound Show Mgt, Inc.

Argyle, TX

Scoreboard

Russell Erxleben

Houston, TX

Course Designer

Patrick Rodes

Argyle, TX

Announcer

Paul Sullivan

Jenks, OK

Stable Manager

Patrick Rodes (940) 367-1217

Argyle, TX

Show Secretary

Kelly Lowry Cathy Cortwright

San Antonio, TX Aiken, SC

Veterinarian

Dr. Jerry Crabtree 254-897-7141

Glen Rose, TX

Farrier

Bill Bowman 972-825-3449

Dallas, TX

Awards

Ellen Ahmann

Corinth, TX

Paddock

Dan Persons Robbie Skafgaard

Austin, TX Maple Valley, WA

For additional information contact: Patrick Rodes (940) 240-1207 Horse Show Office (During Show) 254-897-4249 Entries Close January 6, 2010 TO AVOID LATE FEES ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 6, 2010 NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY NOMINATING FEE www.southboundshows.com


7 7 7 Winter Warm-Up January 27-31, 2010 Show Officials Management reserves the right to add to or vary from this list Location: Somervelle County Expo Center, Glen Rose, Texas Recognized By: United States Equestrian Federation USHJA, THJA Judges:

Tony Sgarlatta(H, HSE) Randy Roy (H, HE, J) Paul Sullivan (J)

Skaneateles, NY King City, ON Jenks, OK

USEF Steward

Suzanne O’Neal

Wills, TX

Management

Southbound Show Management, Inc

Argyle, TX

Scoreboard

Russell Erxleben

Houston, TX

Course Designer

Patrick Rodes

Argyle, TX

Announcer

Paul Sullivan

Jenks, OK

Stable Manager

Patrick Rodes (940) 367-1217

Argyle, TX

Show Secretary

Kelly Lowry Cathy Cortwright Maurene Moffett

San Antonio, TX Aiken, SC Waller, TX

Dr. Bill Anderson 214-500-9702

Flower Mound, TX

Farrier

Bill Bowman 972-825-3449

Dallas, TX

Awards

Ellen Ahmann

Corinth, TX

Paddock

Dan Persons Robbie Skafgaard

Austin, TX Maple Valley, WA

Veterinarian

For additional information contact: Patrick Rodes (940) 240-1207 Horse Show Office (During Show) 254-897-4249 Entries Close January 6, 2010 TO AVOID LATE FEES ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 6, 2010 NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY NOMINATING FEE www.southboundshows.com

Great Southwest Winter Series I February 3-7, 2010 Show Officials Management reserves the right to add to or vary from this list Location: Great Southwest Equestrian Center, Katy, Texas Recognized By: United States Equestrian Federation USHJA, THJA Judges:

Mark Jungherr (H, HSE, J) Carlton Brooks (H, HSE) Peter Hugo (J) Lewis Pack (r, hse, J)

Amesbury,MA Encinatas, CA Franklin, TN Columbus, NC

USEF Steward

Sue Halpern

Tulsa, OK

Management

Great Southwest Equestrian Center

Katy, TX

Technical Coordinator

Patrick Rodes 940-367-1217

Argyle, TX

Scoreboard

Russell Erxleben

Houston, TX

Course Designer

Tim Hott

Cuming, IA

Announcer

Lewis Pack Peter Hugo

Columbus, NC Franklin, TN

Stable Manager

Pauline “Cookie” Cook 281-579-1272 Cookie143@hughes.net

Waller, TX

Show Secretary

Kelly Lowry Libby Hott Maurene Moffett

San Antonio, TX Cuming, IA Waller, TX

Veterinarian

Andrew Currie, DVM Daniel Pike, DVM 979-826-2852

Hempstead, TX

Farrier

Chris Gillory 713-498-2428

Katy, TX

Awards

Rob LeBleu

Houston, TX

Paddock

Dan Persons Terry Mason

Austin, TX

For additional information contact: Pauline “Cookie” Cook 281-579-1272 Horse Show Office (During Show) 281-579-3443 Entries Close January 22, 2010 TO AVOID LATE FEES ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 22, 2010 NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY NOMINATING FEE www.gswec.com


Great Southwest Winter Series II February 10-14, 2010 Show Officials Management reserves the right to add to or vary from this list Location: Great Southwest Equestrian Center, Katy, Texas Recognized By: United States Equestrian Federation, USHJA, THJA

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Judges:

Sue Ashe (H, HSE, J) Claudia Roland (H, HSE) Peter Hugo (J) Lewis Pack (r, hse, J)

Wellington, FL Wellington, FL Franklin, TN Columbus, NC

Hunter Derby Judges:

Sue Ashe (H, HSE, J) Claudia Roland (H, HSE) William Sparks Lewis Pack (r, hse, J)

Wellington, FL Wellington, FL Houston, TX Columbus, NC

USEF Steward

Sue Halpern

Tulsa, OK

(Adjacent to the Somervell Exposition Center)

Management

Great Southwest Equestrian Center

Katy, TX

Technical Coordinator

Patrick Rodes 940-367-1217

Argyle, TX

Scoreboard

Russell Erxleben

Houston, TX

Course Designer

Tim Hott

Cuming, IA

Announcer

Lewis Pack Peter Hugo

Columbus, NC Franklin, TN

Stable Manager

Pauline “Cookie” Cook 281-579-1272 Cookie143@hughes.net

Waller, TX

Show Secretary

Kelly Lowry Libby Hott Maurene Moffett

San Antonio, TX Cuming, IA Waller, TX

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Veterinarian

Andrew Currie, DVM 979-826-2852

Hempstead, TX

Farrier

Chris Gillory 713-498-2428

Katy, TX

Awards

Rob LeBleu

Houston, TX

Paddock

Dan Persons Terry Mason

Austin, TX

For additional information contact: Pauline “Cookie” Cook 281-579-1272 Horse Show Office (During Show) 281-579-3443 Entries Close January 22, 2010 TO AVOID LATE FEES ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 22, 2010 NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY NOMINATING FEE www.gswec.com

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GENERAL RULES AND INFORMATION This show is a regular member of the United States Equestrian Federation. Every class offered herein is covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF rule book and will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith. ENTRIES: Entries for weeks I & 2 (Glen Rose) close January 6. Entries for weeks 3 & 4 (Katy) close January 22. New entries (new or different horses) made after these dates will incur a one time late fee of $35.00. Every Entry Blank must have the signature of the owner/authorized agent, trainer & be accompanied by a stall or open check. NO FAXED ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. It is the responsibility of the person making the entry to execute properly and complete all necessary information pertaining to each entry made in accordance with USEF rules. NO NUMBERS WILL BE ISSUED WITHOUT AN OPEN CHECK. There will be a $50.00 office/services fee for every horse on the show grounds that will cover ring schooling, scratches, adds and security. Management reserves the right to refuse any entry for any reason. Horses, on the grounds, not entered in any classes, must have a completed entry blank on file in the office and will be charged a $100 non-showing fee per week. Horses not accruing a minimum of $100 in entry fees may be charged the non-showing fee in lieu of entry fees. *Warning: Horses that compete in a class in which they are not properly entered will be charged a double entry fee. Once a horse has competed in the first class of an ‘AA” rated hunter section, the division entry fee cannot be refunded. *Attention foreign exhibitors: All fees MUST be paid in “US Funds”. STALLS: Permanent 10 X 10 and/or 12 X 12 stalls with doors, metal construction or wood/metal construction will be available for move in Monday of each week. Cost per stall for weeks 1 & 2 is $175. Cost per stall for weeks 3 & 4 is $185 for entries postmarked by January 22. Entries for weeks 3 & 4 postmarked after or January 22 will be charged a late stall fee of $200. NO STALL ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE MADE WITHOUT PAYMENT OR AN OPEN CHECK. Feed, Hay, and Bedding will be available on the show grounds. Bedding may be ordered in advance by completing the enclosed form or by contacting the show managers at 940-240-1207 for week 1 & 2 or 281-579-1272 for weeks 3 & 4. Manure is to be disposed of in designated areas only. NO MANURE IN TRASH CONTAINERS. ALL SHARPS AND MEDICAL WASTE MUST BE DISPOSED OF IN THE PROVIDED SHARPS CONTAINERS. No stall doors or panels may be removed. Stalls must be left in the same condition as found at move in. NO SHARING OF STALLS ALLOWED. A $50.00 Grounds Fee will be charged for all horses not purchasing a stall. COGGINS TEST: Texas law requires that each horse be accompanied by a negative EIA certificate dated within one year. PLEASE ATTACH A COPY OF YOUR HORSES’ COGGINS TO YOUR ENTRY. REFUNDS: STALL FEES CANNOT BE REFUNDED AFTER JANUARY 6 and/or January 22, respectively. Entry fees will not be refunded unless a certificate of illness or injury prepared by an accredited veterinarian, or a doctor’s note regarding rider illness/injury, is presented to the secretary before the start of the show. Once the show has started, proper notification of the scratch must be made in the office BEFORE the start of the classes being scratched. In either case the entry fees will be refunded less any nominating fees, stall fee, and an office processing charge of $50.00. NON-NEGOTIABLE CHECKS: A $50.00 SERVICE FEE OR 10% OF THE CHECK AMOUNT, WHICHEVER IS GREATER, WILL BE CHARGED FOR ALL RETURNED CHECKS. Accounts that are not settled within five days with certified funds will be reported to USEF in accordance with USEF Rules. SETTLEMENT OF ACCOUNTS: All show accounts must be closed out at the end of each week. Any open entry accounts will be closed by management and a $30 processing fee will be added per entry. Any mistakes or questions regarding your horse show account and/or prize money must be resolved within 24 hours by contacting the Horse Show Office CREDENTIALS: ALL EXHIBITORS IN ANY PONY, JUNIOR HUNTER OR AMATEUR SECTION MUST PRESENT THEIR CREDENTIALS (MEASUREMENT CARD OR AMATEUR CERTIFICATION) TO THE SHOW OFFICE BEFORE THEIR NUMBERS CAN BE RELEASED. Kindly send a photo copy of credentials with entry to facilitate processing. All horses or ponies without a valid measurement card will be measured at a designated time and place. Anyone not presenting valid membership credentials (USEF/USHJA) will be charged a $30.00 non-refundable non-member fee per organization. Amateur exhibitors not able to present valid Amateur Credentials will be required to pay the $30.00 annual Amateur Card fee. Any exhibitor not presenting valid THJA membership credentials will be charged a $10.00 nonmember fee.

HORSE REGISTRATIONS: All horses competing in Federation non-breed restricted licensed competitions with hunter, hunter breeding, jumper and hunter seat equitation classes (except those activities enumerated in GR901.9, items 1-9) must be properly identified and must obtain a Registration Number from USHJA. A registration number for each horse must be entered on all entry forms for licensed competitions. Proof of registration must be presented to the Show Secretary before numbers can be released. To be eligible for National, Regional or Zone Horse of the Year Awards, and to enter a USEF Computer Ranking List Class horses must also be registered with the USEF. Exception for USEF Computer Ranking List: Citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation need not have USEF Registration. HORSE/PONY MEASURMENTS: Please advise the show office of any horses and/or ponies requiring measurement. Any horse/pony that cannot present a valid measurement card will be required to present themselves for measurement at the time/times posted in the show office. USEF/USHJA FEES: Current USEF rules relating to drugs and medications will be enforced. Each horse entered must pay the $7.00 USEF Drug/Medication Fee plus an $8.00 USEF fee. (Total $15.00 USEF Fee). Each horse entered will also be required to pay the USHJA Zone Support fee of $2.00. SCHOOLING: Hunter Rings will be open for schooling on the day prior to the show. Time permitting, rings may also be open before and after the show, each day, for hacking, times to be posted or announced. No manual poling; no offsets of any type may be used while schooling. Jumping will be permitted, in the rings, at scheduled times and only when medical personnel are on the grounds. HARD HATS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHILE MOUNTED. ANIMAL WELFARE: We require that all horses be treated with kindness, respect and compassion and should never be subject to mistreatment. Owners, trainers, riders and grooms, or their agents must use reasonable care in the handling and treatment of their horses whether owned or placed in their care for competition or for any other purpose. At all times, while the horse is on the show grounds, we will provide for the continuous well-being of the horse by vigorously enforcing the rules of the USEF which pertain to the welfare of the horse. USEF rules defining policy regarding abuse and use of whips will be strictly enforced. No poling, use of bamboo off-set or excessive use of the whip will be tolerated. The well being of the horse must be considered above the demands of the breeders, trainers, riders, owners, dealers, organizers, sponsors or officials. Violators may be subject to penalties pursuant to USEF rules. DOGS: Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be on a leash or otherwise contained. Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted. Dog owners failing to comply with this rule may be subject to penalty under Chapters 6 and 7, as well as issuance of warning cards pursuant to rule GR 301. In addition, pursuant to facility regulations, loose dogs will be removed by animal control, from the show grounds, at the owner’s expense. CHANGES: Management reserves the right to change, cancel, or combine classes, alter courses and do all things necessary to compensate for excessive or inadequate entries. ATTIRE/HEADGEAR: All riders must be properly attired. Numbers must be worn and clearly visible. Protective head gear must be worn BY ALL RIDERS AT ALL TIMES WHILE MOUNTED, anywhere, anytime on the show grounds. Headgear for all riders must meet or exceed ASTM Standards; must carry the SEI tag; and be properly secured by a harness. JUMPERS: Ties in jumper classes will jump off for first place only. Ties for all other places will be determined by first round time. Champion and Reserve will be determined using the USEF point system. Ties for Champion and Reserve will remain tied. NOMINATING FEE: Horses competing in all 1.25 Meter classes and above, and classes 603, 604, 605 and 606 must pay a nominating fee of $150. RINGS/FOOTING: Somervelle County Expo Center: Footing in all rings is sand/clay mix. Indoor ring is 130’ X 250’. Covered Arena is 130’ X 220’. Warm up ring is 100’ X 200’. Great Southwest Equestrian Center: Footing in all rings is sandy loam. Main Arena is 150’ X 280’. East Arena is 125’ X 250’. Hunter Rings 1 & 2 are approximately 125’ X 275”. Warm up ring is 125’ X 275’.


JUMP ORDER: A rotating jump order will be established for all classes over fences. Riders or Trainers with conflicts must see the paddock masters in both rings so that the necessary adjustments can be made. Starters have the authority to scratch entries that make no attempt to be timely, without going through the Steward or Show Manager. COURSES: Courses will be posted a minimum of 30 minutes prior to each class. In Hunter classes, fences will simulate fences found in the hunt field such as; brush, wall, in & out, oxer, post and rails, and gates. At management’s discretion, a dotted line may be put into effect to restrict the size of the courtesy circle in hunter classes. RIBBONS/TROPHIES/CHAMPIONSHIPS: All hunter classes receive a trophy and eight ribbons unless otherwise noted. All equitation classes receive a trophy and six ribbons unless otherwise noted. All jumper classes receive a trophy and six ribbons unless otherwise noted. Each hunter and jumper section will receive a champion & reserve award based on points unless otherwise noted. Full Championship points will be given in all classes in each hunter section except Green Conformation Hunter Model which will count as half points. In all hunter sections, Champion and Reserve Champion will be awarded to two of the top four horses acquiring the most points over fences. These four horses will also receive full points for one under saddle class. PRIZES: Prize money is indicated for each class. Prize money won can be paid by check or deducted from each horses account. An IRS W-9 form must be completed in full before any prize money exceeding $600 can be paid. Prize money will be withheld if the recipients Social Security number is not on file. Prize money will be payable to the owner unless written authorization is on file with the show secretary. CAMPERS: A limited number of camper spaces are available. Reservations must be made on the form provided herein. Payment must accompany reservations. Reservations will be on a first come/first serve basis. You must check in with the horse show office BEFORE PARKING YOUR CAMPER. PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO: From time to time, events at this facility are taped or produced for live and/or delayed broadcast on National Television. The copyrights of any video production at the Somervelle Expo Center and Great Southwest Equestrian Center are the sole property of the facilities and/or Southbound Show Management, Inc. No portion of any event may be copied, sold or rebroadcast (except non-economic use by the event participants) without express written consent. All copyrights are reserved under the Federal Copyright Laws of The United States. PHOTO RELEASE: I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos/videos at the competition and grant Southbound Show Management, Inc.; Great Southwest Equestrian Center and their agents full use of any and all competition photos and video. OPERATION OF MOTORIZED VEHICLES: Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind including, but limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of recognized competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described vehicles so long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense. Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with Chapter 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTION: MONEY 1 2 3 $50 $15 $11 $7.50 $100 $30 $22 $15 $200 $60 $44 $30 $250 $75 $55 $37.50 $300 $90 $66 $45 $400 $120 $88 $60 $500 $150 $110 $75 $600 $180 $132 $90 $1000 $300 $220 $150

4 $6.50 $14 $28 $32.50 $40 $56 $65 $80 $140

5 $5 $12 $24 $27.50 $35 $48 $60 $68 $100

6 $5 $7 $14 $22.50 $24 $28 $40 $50 $90

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US EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION MEMBERSHIP AGREEMENT 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) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk trot and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions. 8) Opportunity classes, 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10) USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes. 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, 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. THJA MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT THJA MEMBERS SHALL BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL CLASSES AT COMPETITIONS RECOGNIZED BY THJA. A NON-MEMBER MAY PARTICIPATE AS A RIDER, OWNER, LESSEE, AGENT, OR TRAINER IN THJA RECOGNIZED SHOWS UPON PAYMENT OF A $10.00 REGISTRATION FEE. PARTICIPANTS IN THE FOLLOWING CLASSES ARE EXEMPTED FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS RULE: (1) LEADLINE, (2) EXHIBITIONS, (3) GAMES AND RACES, (4) BEGINNER, (5) SHORT-STIRRUP, (6) PRE-BEGINNER, AND (7) BABY GREEN. (See also THJA Bylaws, Section 1F). NON-RESIDENTS OF THE STATE OF TEXAS ARE EXEMPT FROM THE PAYMENT OF NON-MEMBER FEES. IF A MEMBER DOES NOT HAVE A MEMBERSHIP CARD WITH HIM/HER, OR IS NOT ON THE CURRENT THJA ROSTER, A $10.00 NON-MEMBER FEE MUST BE PAID. A CHECK FOR THE NON-MEMBER FEE AND/OR A MEMBERSHIP AFFIDAVIT FORM MUST BE FILED WITH THE HORSE SHOW OFFICE. THE NON-MEMBER FEE WILL BE REFUNDED UPON PROOF OF THJA MEMBERSHIP. IN ORDER TO AVOID A NON-MEMBER FEE AND TO RECEIVE POINTS FOR A HORSE AND/OR RIDER, HORSES AND MEMBERS MUST BE REGISTERED PRIOR TO THE START OF THE HORSE SHOW. THE POSTMARK DETERMINES THE DATE OF REGISTRATION IF MAILED. THE TIME STAMP ISSUED BY THE WEBSITE DETERMINES THE DATE OF REGISTRATION IF DONE ONLINE. IF DUES ARE RECEIVED BY THE SHOW SECRETARY BEFORE THE START OF THE SHOW, POINTS WILL COUNT ONLY IF THE SECRETARY SIGNS AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RECEIPT OF DUES ALONG WITH THE SIGNATURE OF THE APPLYING PERSON.


RESPONSIBILITY: Submission of entry to this show constitutes an agreement to the following: Exhibitor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Somervell County Exposition Center, Great Southwest Equestrian Center LP, Southbound Show Management, Inc., Pauline Cook, the Blue Ribbon Winter Festival officials, the Winter Warm-Up officials, the Great Southwest Winter Series I officials and the Great Southwest Winter Series II officials harmless against any claims, demands, costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney fees for the defense thereof, arising from the conduct or management of Exhibitor’s business or its use of the premises or from any breach on the part of the Exhibitor of any conditions of this Agreement, or contractors, agents, employees, guests or invitees in or about the premises. In case of any action or proceeding brought against Somervell County Exposition Center, Great Southwest Equestrian Center LP, Southbound Show Management, Inc., Pauline Cook, the Blue Ribbon Winter Festival management, the Winter Warm-Up management, the Great Southwest Winter Series I management and the Great Southwest Winter Series II management by reason of such claim Exhibitor, upon notice, covenants to defend such action or proceeding by council acceptable to owner. Exhibitor is responsible for his/her own property and the Somervell County Exposition Center, Southbound Show Management, Inc., the Blue Ribbon Winter Festival and Winter WarmUp Management is not responsible for accidents, fire or theft.

DIRECTIONS TO SOMERVELLE COUNTY EXPOSITION CENTER

*From Dallas 1-35S to Hwy 67W to Glen Rose. *From Ft. Worth Hwy 377 to Granbury to Hwy 144 S to Glen Rose. *From Houston SR 6 N to SR 144 N to Glen Rose

WARNING: THE BLUE RIBBON WINTER FESTIVAL, WINTER WARM-UP, GREAT SOUTHWEST WINTER SERIES I & II HORSE SHOWS, THEIR MANAGEMENT, OFFICERS, OWNERS, OFFICIALS, AND EMPLOYEES WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENT OR LOSS WHICH MAY OCCUR TO AN EXHIBITOR, SPECTATOR, GUEST, RIDER, GROOM, ATTENDANT OR OTHER EMPLOYEE, ANIMAL, VEHICLE, OR EQUIPMENT AT THE SHOW. THIS SHALL BE A CONDITION OF ENTRY TO THE SHOW OR SHOW GROUNDS. Show Management reserves the right to interpret all questions and conditions in regard to, or arising out of the show without claims for damages or recourse of any kind. All items not covered in these rules and information shall be decided by Horse Show Management, its’ decision to be final. WARNING: UNDER TEXAS LAW (CHAPTER 87, CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE) AN EQUINE PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE FOR INJURY TO OR THE DEATH OF A PARTICIPANT IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES RESULTING FROM THE INHERENT RISKS OF EQUINE ACTIVITIES MAIL/PACKAGES: Items can be sent to: Weeks 1 & 2 Horse Show Office Somervelle County Expo Center 202 Bo Gibbs Drive Glen Rose, TX 76043

Weeks 3 & 4 Horse Show Office Great Southwest Equestrian Center 2501 South Mason Road, Suite 100 Katy, TX 77450

WHILE EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO AVOID MISTAKES IN THIS PUBLICATION, THE HORSE SHOW MANAGEMENT, PARTNERS, AND STAFF ASSUME NO LIABILITY FOR ERRORS. SIGNIFICANT ERRORS OR CHANGES WILL BE DISCLOSED TO EXHIBITORS WHOSE ENTRIES ARE ACCEPTED, UPON THEIR ACCEPTANCE; AND OTHERWISE IN ACCORDANCE WITH USEF RULES.

DIRECTIONS TO GREAT SOUTHWEST EQUESTRIAN CENTER From the East: Take Interstate 10 westbound to the Mason Road exit. Turn left (south) and go approximately 3 miles. Take the first left, after the Cinco Ranch sign, into the equestrian center. From the West: Take Interstate 10 eastbound to the Mason Road exit. Turn right (south) and go approximately 3 miles. Take the first left, after the Cinco Ranch sign, into the equestrian center.

Lonestar Roundup Texas Shoot-Out Show Jumping Classic Southwest Classic

2501 South Mason Road Katy, TX 77450, 281-578-7669 www.gswec.com

Each Week “AA” Hunters $25,000 Grand Prix Hunter & Jumper Classics $10,000 Hunter Derby (At the Texas Shootout)

Circuit Awards

April 21-25 April 28-May 2 May 19-23 May 26-30

For Information: Southbound Show Management Patrick Rodes 785 W. Jeter Road Argyle, TX 76226 www.southboundshows.com 940-240-1207


Competition Name: The Blue Ribbon Winter Festival USEF Competition # 314985 USEF Competition # 284584 Competition Name: The Winter Warm Up USEF Competition # 323414 Competition Name: Great Southwest Winter Series I USEF Competition # 223415 Competition Name: Great Southwest Winter Series II Divisions/Ratings: “AA” in Regular, Regular Conformation, Green, Green Conformation, 3’6” & 3’3” Amateur/Owner, Junior, Pony and Green Pony Hunter. “C” in Children’s, Adult, Pre-Green Hunter, Child Hunter Pony, and Adult, Children’s and Pony Jumper.

THJA Membership Application Form – 2010 Membership year runs from December 1 to November 30

NAME: ADDRESS: CITY, ST, ZIP TELEPHONE: (H) (O) USEF#/THJA # E-Mail Address: ____Check here if you do not want your phone number in the THJA Member Roster. ____Check here to keep your name/address off membership roster and mailing lists. ____Check here if you do not want your e-mail address in the THJA Member Roster. Category of Membership Desired: ______JUNIOR (Not having reached 18tth birthday on 12/1/09): $35.00 Junior Rider’s Birth date ______________(Required) ______SENIOR (18 & over): $45.00 Amateur Owner Birth date _____________ ______LIFE: $500.00 (Cannot be paid by credit card) THJA Horse Registration Application – 2010 NAME OF HORSE: (If owner is not a member, no points will be credited to the reg. horse.) Gelding SEX: Mare Color: Height: Foal Date: Stallion OWNER’S NAME: (If owner is a stable or corporation, please give name of senior partner or executive.) ADDRESS: CITY, ST, ZIP: TELEPHONE: (H) (O) ______ HORSE REGISTRATION: $40.00 (Lifetime Registration) ______ OWNERSHIP TRANSFER: $25.00 (THJA Registered Horse) Previous Owner: ______ NAME CHANGE: $15.00 (THJA Registered Horse) Previous Name: ____________________________________ NOTE: Registration Must Be Received Prior to the Start of a Show for the Points to be Effective for that Show The Blue Ribbon Winter Festival, Winter Warm-Up, and Great Southwest Winter Series I & II Is operated in accordance with the current rules of the Texas Hunter and Jumper Association by which it is recognized and rated “A” in Regular, Reg Conformation, Green, Green Conformation, Amateur Owner, Pony, Green Pony, Junior, Children’s Pony Hunter, Children’s and Adult Hunter, and Jr/AO, Children’s, Adult and Pony Jumper. Points for placing in Junior, Children’s, Pony and Adult Equitation will be credited in accordance with the rules of THJA.

We also accept payment by credit card from this form or online at our website: www.thja.org

Name on Card: Expiration: Card Number: Billing Address of Card (if different from above) Please submit this form with the appropriate dues made payable to “THJA” to: Ann Yaffe · 3299 Beaver Creek Drive · Brookshire, TX 77423 · (281) 934-3251


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\HUNTER DIVISIONS[ Courses will simulate fences found in the hunting field such as; brush, wall, in and out, oxer, post/rails, gates, aiken and panels. Classes will be judged on performance and soundness unless otherwise noted. Sections with less than six entries may be combined. Sections with less than 3 entries will be combined, if possible, or cancelled. Combined sections with less than six entries may be cancelled.

$1500 Regular Working Hunter

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Fences 4’

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101 102 103, 104 105

Section Entry Fee $235

Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

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$300 Regular Working Hunter O/F $300 Regular Working Handy Hunter $300 Regular Working Hunter O/F $300 Regular Working Hunter Under Saddle Regular Working Hunter Champion and Reserve

$1500 Regular Conformation Hunter Fences 4’

Section Entry Fee $235

Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

106 107 108, 109 110 111

$300 Regular Conformation Hunter O/F $300 Regular Conformation Handy Hunter $300 Regular Conformation Handy Hunter O/F $300 Regular Conformation Hunter Under Saddle Regular Conformation Model Entry Fee $15.00 (Model must be entered separately)

Regular Conformation Hunter Champion and Reserve $3000 Green Working Hunter Fences 3’6” First Year, 3’9” Second Year

Section Entry Fee $235

Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

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112 113 114, 115 116

$300 1 Year Green Working Hunter O/F $300 1 Year Green Working Handy Hunter $300 1 Year Green Working Hunter O/F $300 1 Year Green Working Hunter Under Saddle 1 Year Green Working Hunter Champion and Reserve $300 2 Year Green Working Hunter O/F $300 2 Year Green Working Handy Hunter $300 2 Year Green Working Hunter O/F $300 2 Year Green Working Hunter Under Saddle 2 Year Green Working Hunter Champion and Reserve st st st st

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$1500 Green Conformation Hunter

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Fences 3’6” First Year, 3’9” Second Year

Section Entry Fee $235

Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

122 123 124, 125 126 127

$300 Green Conformation Hunter O/F $300 Green Conformation Handy Hunter $300 Green Conformation Handy Hunter O/F $300 Green Conformation Hunter Under Saddle Green Conformation Model Entry Fee $15.00 (Model must be entered separately) Green Conformation Hunter Champion and Reserve


$3000 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter USEF Amateur Certification Required

Fences 3’6” Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

128 129 130, 131 132 133 134 135, 136 137

$3000 Pony Hunter

Section Entry Fee $235 $300 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35 O/F $300 3’6” Amateur Owner Handy Hunter 18-35 $300 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35 O/F $300 3’6”Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35 U/S 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35 Champion and Reserve $300 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter 36 and Over O/F $300 3’6”Amateur Owner Handy Hunter 36 & Over $300 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter 36 and Over O/F $300 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter 36/O U/S 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter 36 and Over Champion and Reserve

$1500 3’3”Amateur Owner Hunter USEF Amateur Certification Required Riders may cross enter between the Adult Amateur (if Zone Specifications permit), Amateur Owner 3’3” and/or the Amateur Owner 3’6” divisions. Horses may not cross-enter between the divisions. To be ridden by Amateur Owner or an amateur member of the owner’s family. Leased horses are not eligible and multiple ownership is not permitted unless all owners are members of the same family.

Fences 3’3”

Section Entry Fee $235

USEF Measurement Cards Required

Fences 2’3” (Small), 2’6” (Medium), 3’ (Large) 163 164 165, 166 167 168 169 170, 171 172 173 174 175, 176 177

Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

138, 139, 140 141 142

$300 3’3” Amateur Owner Hunter O/F $300 3’3” Amateur Owner Handy Hunter $300 3’3” Amateur Owner Hunter U/S 3’3” Amateur Owner Hunter Champion and Reserve

$6000 Junior Hunter USEF Measurement Cards Required

Fences 3’6”

Section Entry Fee $235

Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

143, 144, 145 146 147 148, 149, 150 151 152 153, 154, 155 156 157 158, 159, 160 161 162

$300 Small Junior Hunter 15/U O/F $300 Small Junior Handy Hunter 15/U $300 Small Junior Hunter 15/U Under Saddle Small Junior Hunter 15/U Champion and Reserve $300 Small Junior Hunter 16-17 O/F $300 Small Junior Handy Hunter 16-17 $300 Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Under Saddle Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Champion and Reserve $300 Large Junior Hunter 15/U O/F $300 Large Junior Handy Hunter 15/U $300 Large Junior Hunter 15/U Under Saddle Large Junior Hunter 15/U Champion and Reserve $300 Large Junior Hunter 16-17 O/F $300 Large Junior Handy Hunter 16-17 $300 Large Junior Hunter 16-17 Under Saddle Large Junior Hunter 16-17 Champion and Reserve

Section Entry Fee $200

Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

$200 Small Pony Conformation Hunter $200 Small Pony Handy Hunter $200 Small Pony Hunter Over Fences $200 Small Pony Hunter Under Saddle Small Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve $200 Medium Pony Conformation Hunter $200 Medium Pony Handy Hunter $200 Medium Pony Hunter Over Fences $200 Medium Pony Hunter Under Saddle Medium Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve $200 Large Pony Conformation Hunter $200 Large Pony Handy Hunter $200 Large Pony Hunter Over Fences $200 Large Pony Hunter Under Saddle Large Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve

$1000 Green Pony Hunter USEF Measurement Cards Required

Fences 2’3” (Small), 2’6” (Medium), 2’9”’ (Large)

Section Entry Fee $150

Individual Classes May Not Be Entered

178 179, 180, 181 182 183 184, 185, 186 187

$100 Sm/Med Green Pony Conformation Hunter $100 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Over Fences $100 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Under Saddle Small/Medium Green Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve $100 Large Green Pony Conformation Hunter $100 Large Green Pony Hunter Over Fences $100 Large Green Pony Hunter Under Saddle Large Green Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve

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Children’s & Adult Amateur Hunter Class Specifications Open to Junior and Amateur Adult riders mounted on horses. The same horse/rider combination may not cross enter into any class where the fences exceed 3’3” (Equitation excepted). The rider may compete on a different horse in any other division for which the rider/horse are eligible. The horse may be shown by another exhibitor in any division for which they are eligible except Junior or A/O Hunter.

$750 Adult Amateur Hunter USEF Amateur Certification Required

Fences 3’ Individual Classes $45 Section Entry Fee $150 200, 201, 202 Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 O/F 203 $250 Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Stake 204 Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Under Saddle Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Champion and Reserve 205, 206, 207 Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 O/F 208 $250 Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Stake 209 Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Under Saddle Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Champion and Reserve 210, 211, 212 Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over O/F 213 $250 Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over Stake 214 Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over Under Saddle Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over Champion and Reserve

$500 Children’s Hunter Fences 3’ Individual Classes $45 Section Entry Fee $150 215, 216, 217 Children’s Hunter 14 & Under O/F 218 $250 Children’s Hunter 14 & Under Stake 219 Children’s Hunter 14 & Hunter Under Saddle Children’s Hunter 14 & Under Champion and Reserve 220, 221, 222 Children’s Hunter 15-17 O/F 223 $250 Children’s Hunter 15-17 Stake 224 Children’s Hunter 15-17 Under Saddle Children’s Hunter 15-17 Champion and Reserve

$1000 Pre Green Hunter Open to horses or ponies that have not shown over fences at a recognized show prior to the previous calendar year. Horses eligible for 2nd year green are not eligible for Pre Green. Cross entry not permitted between 3’ and 3’3” sections. Sections will be combined if there are less than six (6) entries per section.

Fences 3’ and 3’3” Individual Classes $45 Section Entry Fee $150 225, 226, 227, 228 $100 3’ Pre Green Hunter Over Fences 229 $100 3’ Pre Green Hunter Under Saddle 3’ Pre Green Hunter Champion and Reserve 230, 231, 232, 233 $100 3’3” Pre Green Hunter Over Fences 234 $100 3’3” Pre Green Hunter Under Saddle 3’3” Pre Green Hunter Champion and Reserve

Baby Green Hunter Open to horses and ponies in their first year of showing. Fences 2’6” Individual Classes $35 Section Entry Fee $110 235, 236, 237 Baby Green Hunter Over Fences 238 Baby Green Hunter Under Saddle Baby Green Hunter Champion and Reserve


Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter Horse/Rider combination may not cross enter into any USEF “A” rated hunter section.

Fences 2’6” 239, 240, 241 242

Individual Classes $35 Section Entry Fee $110 Modified Child/Adult Hunter Over Fences Modified Child/Adult Hunter U/S Modified Children’s/Adult Champion and Reserve

Limit Rider Hunter Open to any rider who has not won six (6) blue ribbons over fences, equitation included, at a THJA/USEF affiliate recognized show. Riders eligible at the beginning of the show year will remain eligible all year.

Fences 2’6”-2’9” 243, 244, 245 246

Individual Classes $35 Section Entry Fee $110 Limit Hunter Over Fences Limit Hunter Under Saddle Limit Hunter Champion and Reserve

Special Hunter Open to horses and ponies.

Fences 2’6” 247, 248, 249 250

Individual Classes $35 Section Entry Fee $110 Special Hunter Over Fences Special Hunter Under Saddle Special Hunter Champion and Reserve

Children’s Hunter Pony Open to Junior Riders mounted on ponies. Cross entry is not permitted into the Pony Hunter or Green Pony Hunter Sections. USEF Measurement Cards Required.

Fences 2’ Sm/Med 2’6” Large Individual Classes $35 Section Entry Fee $110 251, 252, 253 Children’s Hunter Pony Over Fences 254 Children’s Hunter Pony Under Saddle Children’s Hunter Pony Champion and Reserve

Modified Hunter Open to all Riders mounted on horses.

Fences 3’3” 255, 256 257

Individual Classes $35 Section Entry Fee $90 Modified Hunter Over Fences Modified Hunter Under Saddle Modified Hunter Champion and Reserve

Short/Long Stirrup Hunter Open to horses and ponies ridden by Junior or Amateur riders who have not won 3 blue ribbons.

Fences 2’6” 258, 259 260

Individual Classes $35 Section Entry Fee $90 Short/Long Stirrup Hunter Over Fences Short/Long Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle Short/Long Stirrup Hunter Champion and Reserve

Short/Long Stirrup Equitation Open to horses and ponies ridden by Junior or Amateur riders who have not won 3 blue ribbons.

Individual classes $35 261, 262 263

Section Entry Fee $90 Short/Long Stirrup Equitation Over Fences Short/Long Stirrup Equitation on the Flat Short/Long Stirrup Equitation Champion and Reserve

Open Working Hunter Open to horses. 301, 302, 303, 304, 305

Individual Classes $35 Open Working Hunter, Fences 3’3”, 3’ 6”, 3’9”, 4’

Low Working Hunter Open to horses or ponies. 306, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313 314, 315, 316 (Weeks 3 & 4 Only) 317, 318, 319 (Weeks 3 & 4 Only)

Individual Classes $35

Low Working Hunter Fences 2’3”, 2’6”, 2’9”, 3’, 3’3”


HUNT SEAT EQUITATION CLASSES All classes to be judged in accordance with the current USEF standards for equitation.

Entry Fee (Per Class) $35 401 Limit Equitation Flat 402 Limit Equitation Over Fences 2’6” 403 Junior Equitation Flat 13 & Under 404 Junior Equitation Over Fences 13 & Under, Fences 3’ 405 Junior Equitation Flat 14-17 406 Junior Equitation Over Fences 14-17, Fences 3’6” 407 Child Equitation Flat (Open to Junior Riders not showing 3’6” or higher at this show) 408 Child Equitation O/F, Fences 3’ (Open to Junior Riders not showing 3’6” or higher at this show) 409 Adult Equitation Flat 410 Adult Equitation Over Fences 3’ 411 USEF/Pessoa Hunter Seat Medal Class

Entry Fee $40

Open to Junior Active Members of the Federation who have not yet reached their 18th birthday. To be shown over a course of not less than eight obstacles at 3’6” which must include one combination including an oxer and two changes of direction (change of lead) after the first obstacle. Only one rider per horse. To fill a class six competitors must complete the course.

412 ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship

Entry Fee $40

Open to Junior patrons of the ASPCA who are under 18 years of age. Rider and trainer must be members of the ASPCA/NHSAA, and must show their ASPCA numbers on the entry blank. All contestants are required to perform over at least eight fences at 3’6”. Twelve (12) riders, if available, are required to show at the walk, trot and canter. Flat to count 50%. Only one rider per horse. To fill the class six (6) competitors must complete the course.

Washington International Horse Show Equitation Classes WIHS Tad Coffin Performance Saddles Equitation and Manhattan Mortgage Riders may only compete in one WIHS Equitation class at a show. Open to junior members of USEF or Equine Canada. Three riders must complete the course for the class to be included in the National Ranking. The same horse/pony must be used in all phases of the event. Only one rider per horse, unless the judge requests a change. Classes to be judged in accordance with the current USEF standards for equitation. Ties in the overall will be resolved by the rider score in the second phase.

413 WIHS Pony Equitation

Entry Fee $40

To be shown over a course of not less than six (6) obstacles at standard pony heights. Riders may be asked to return to show at the walk, trot and canter and to perform any additional tests at the judges’ discretion.

414 EMO “Z” Equitation Cup

Entry Fee $40

Open to junior and amateur riders mounted on horses. To consist of two (2) phases; flat and over fences, each phase to count 50% of the total score. Flat phase to be conducted under the open numerical scoring system, placings 1st through 8th. Jumping phase to be conducted over a minimum of 12 obstacles set at 3’3”, including 2 combinations; a bending line; a rollback to a single jump; and a minimum of two changes of direction, using open numerical scoring. Final placings based on the two phase combined score.


\JUMPER DIVISIONS[

High Adult Amateur Jumper

All horses competing at Meter 1.25 and above and classes 603, 604, 605 and 606 must pay a nominating fee of $150. A Jump order will be drawn and posted prior to the first class. The jump order will be systematically rotated each day. Horses must be declared for the classes of their choice by 5 PM of the prior day. Time allowed in accordance with JP 129. Horses tied for other than 1 place will be placed based on 1 round time.

Open to Adult Amateur riders. Entry Fee $35 Per Class 522, 523 High Adult Amateur Jumper, Table II.2b, 1.10 Meter 524 High Adult Amateur Jumper, Table II.2c, 1.15 Meter High Adult Amateur Jumper Champion and Reserve

$900 Low Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper

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0.70 m = Fences 2’3” in height 0.75 m = Fences 2’5” in height 0.80 m = Fences 2’7” in height 0.85 m = Fences 2’9” in height 0.90 m = Fences 2’11” in height 0.95 m = Fences 3’1” in height 1.00 m = Fences 3’3” in height 1.05 m = Fences 3’5” in height 1.10 m = Fences 3’7” in height 1.15 m = Fences 3’9” in height

1.20 m = Fences 3’11” in height 1.25 m = Fences 4’1” in height 1.30 m = Fences 4’3” in height 1.35 m = Fences 4’5” in height 1.40 m = Fences 4’7” in height 1.45 m = Fences 4’9” in height 1.50 m = Fences 4’11” in height 1.55 m = Fences 5’1” in height 1.60 m = Fences 5’3” in height

.95 Meter Jumper Clear rounds will receive a blue ribbon Entry Fee $35 Per Class Entries may be limited on a first come first serve basis. 501, 502, 503 .90 Meter Jumper IIBR (Clear Round)

Horses in this section must be ridden by a junior or amateur exhibitor. Nominating fee required. Entry Fee $45 Per Class

525 526 527

$1000 High Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Horses in this section must be ridden by an Amateur Owner or amateur member of the owner’s family, or by a Junior exhibitor per Section JP117. Entry Fee $50 Per Class Nominating fee required.

530, 531

532, 533 534

535, 536 537

1.10 Meter Jumpers

1.15 Meter Jumpers

Low Child/Adult Jumper Open to Junior riders per USEF Section JP118. Entry Fee $35 Per Class 516, 517 Low Child/Adult Jumper, Table II.2b, 1.0 Meter 518 Low Child/Adult Jumper, Table II.2c, 1.10 Meter Low Child/Adult Jumper Champion and Reserve

High Children’s Jumper Open to Junior riders per USEF Section JP118. Entry Fee $35 Per Class 519, 520 High Children’s Jumper, Table II.2b, 1.10 Meter 521 High Children’s Jumper, Table II.2c, 1.15 Meter High Children’s Jumper Champion and Reserve

Entry Fee $50 Per Class $500 1.25 Meter Jumper, Table II.2b $500 1.25 Meter Jumper, TableII.2c 1.25 Meter Jumper Champion and Reserve

$1500 1.35 Meter Jumper Nominating fee required.

Clear rounds will receive a blue ribbon. Entry Fee $35 Per Class Entries may be limited on a first come first serve basis. 508, 509, 510, 511 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR (Clear Round) Entries may be limited on a first come first serve basis. Entry Fee $35 Per Class 512, 513, 514 1.15 Meter Jumper II.2b 515 1.15 Meter Jumper II.2c 1.15 Meter Jumper Champion and Reserve

$500 JR/AO Jumper, Table II.2b, 1.35 Meter

$1500 1.25 Meter Jumper Nominating fee required.

1.0 Meter Jumper Clear rounds will receive a blue ribbon. Entry Fee $35 Per Class Entries may be limited on a first come first serve basis. 504, 505, 506, 507 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR (Clear Round)

$300 Low Junior/Amateur Jumper II.2b, 1.25 Meter $300 Low Junior/Amateur Jumper II.2c, 1.25 Meter $300 Low Junior/Amateur Jumper II.2c, 1.25 Meter Low Junior/Amateur Jumper Champion and Reserve

Entry Fee $50 Per Class $500 1.35 Meter Jumper, Table II.2b $500 1.35 Meter Jumper, Table II.2c 1.3 Meter Jumper Champion and Reserve

Pony Jumpers Entry Fee $35 Per Class 538 539 540

Pony Jumper, 1.0 Meter, V (Optimum Time) Pony Jumper, 1.0 Meter, II.2b NAL Pony Jumper Qualifier, 1.10 Meter, II.2c Pony Jumper Rider Style Award Pony Jumper Champion and Reserve


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[Jumper Classics\ Entries for all classics will close at the time indicated for each class. Jump order will be posted no later than one hour prior to the start of the class. Post entries and scratches (after the declaration deadline) will incur a $35 add/scratch fee.

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$25,000 North South Winter Circuit Challenge 4 Week Child/Adult Jumper Challenge Series Open to Junior and Adult Amateur riders per USEF Section JP118. Horse/Rider combination must participate in at least one class in the Children’s or Adult Amateur Jumper Section at the same show and may not compete in any class during the four show circuit period where fences are 1.25 Meters or above. Nominating Fee Required. Formal Attire Required.

$5000 North South Winter Circuit Challenge Challenge Child Adult Jumper Classic Class 603, Week 1

Entry Fee $225

Table II.2a/b, 1.15 Meter (1) $1500 (2) $1000 (3) $500 (4) $400 (5) $350 (6) $300 (7) $250 (8) $250 (9) $ 225 (10) $225 Entry Fee $225 Table II.2a/b, 1.15 Meter (1) $1500 (2) $1000 (3) $500 (4) $400 (5) $350 (6) $300 (7) $250 (8) $250 (9) $ 225 (10) $225

[Hunter Classics\ A minimum of eight (8) entries will be required for all Hunter Classics. Classics with less that eight (8) entries may be combined where appropriate.

$1000 Amateur Owner Hunter Classic Class 607

$1000 Junior Hunter Classic Class 608

Entry Fee $225 Table II.2a/b, 1.15 Meter (1) $1500 (2) $1000 (3) $500 (4) $400 (5) $350 (6) $300 (7) $250 (8) $250 (9) $ 225 (10) $225

Class 606, Week 4

Entry Fee $225 Table II.2a/b, 1.15 Meter (1) $1500 (2) $1000 (3) $500 (4) $400 (5) $350 (6) $300 (7) $250 (8) $250 (9) $ 225 (10) $225

$5000 North South Winter Circuit Challenge Series Bonus To be paid at the conclusion of the four week series to the top eight (8) horse/rider combinations who have accumulated the most money, in Challenge Series classes (603, 604, 605, 606), over the four week period. To be eligible for the bonus the same horse/rider combination must compete in a minimum of three (3) of the four (4) Challenge Series classes. In the event of a tie monies for those placings will be split. Bonus to be paid as follows: (1) $1500 (2) $1000 (3) $800 (4) $600 (5) $450 (6) $300 (7) $200 (8) $150

Entry Fee $100

To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. To be scored under the open numeric system. Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10 jumps. The top 10 will return for a second round. Each round to count 50% of the total score. To be eligible to compete the horse/rider combination must have competed in the Junior Hunter section at this show. (1) $300 (2) $220 (3) $150 (4) $120 (5) $110 (6) $100

Class 604, Week 2

Class 605, Week 3

Entry Fee $100

To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. To be scored under the open numeric system. Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10 jumps. The top 10 will return for a second round. Each round to count 50% of the total score. To be eligible to compete the horse/rider combination must have competed in the Amateur Owner Hunter section at this show. Fences to be set at the appropriate height according to section. (1) $300 (2) $220 (3) $150 (4) $120 (5) $110 (6) $100

$1000 Pony Hunter Classic Class 609

Entry Fee $100

To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. To be scored under the open numeric system. Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10 jumps. The top 10 will return for a second round. Each round to count 50% of the total score. To be eligible to compete the horse/rider combination must have competed in the Pony Hunter section at this show. Fences to be set at the appropriate height according to section. (1) $300 (2) $220 (3) $150 (4) $120 (5) $110 (6) $100


2009-2010

$10,000 Chronicle of the Horse/USHJA International Hunter Derby Presented by Dietrich Insurance Major Sponsors: Charles Owen & Co. and Dover Saddlery Awards Sponsors: Essex Classics and the Clothes Horse

Entry Fee: $325

Class 610 Fences 3’6”-4”3”

Open to all eligible horses. Each horse/rider combination must complete a separate Hunter Derby Entry Form. These will be available in the horse show office. Riders, owners and trainers must be active current members of the USEF and USHJA before the start of the first day of the competition. The order of go will be a blind draw which will take place at the required rider meeting , time to be announced. Prior to the start of the class all horses entered in the class must jog for soundness and be serviceably sound in order to be eligible to compete. Round 1 to be shown over a hunter classic type course consisting of a minimum of 10 obstacles designed to simulate those reminiscent of the hunt field. To include 4 option jumps set at 4’ to 4’3”. To be judged on style and brilliance. Each horse/rider combination will receive two numerical scores, one score from each of the judging teams, which will be combined for the total 1 round score. A minimum of 12 horses including horses tied for 12 place, if available, will return for round 2, the Handy Hunter Course. The Handy Hunter Course will consist of a minimum of 8 obstacles and will include a minimum of three required “handy options”. Four option jumps set at 4’-4’3” will also be included. To be judged on style, brilliance and handiness. Each horse/rider combination will receive two numerical scores, one score from each of the judging teams. In addition a maximum of 20 bonus points, 10 points per judging team, may be awarded for handiness of round. Numeric round scores and bonus points will be announced separately and will be combined for the total round 2 score. Round 1 and round 2 scores will be combined to determine final placings. Formal Attire Required. st

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2010 Zone 7 Specifications In accordance with GR 1111.4: All members may compete for Zone Awards or money in any state contiguous to Zone 7; MS, TN, KY, IA, IL, NE, CO & NM Adult Amateur Hunter: To be ridden by Amateurs no longer eligible to compete as Junior exhibitors. Open to horses and ponies. State rules may prohibit entry of ponies (see exception paragraph below). Cross Entry: The same rider/horse (pony) combination may not compete at the same show in any class (equitation excepted) in which fence heights exceed 3'3". The rider may compete on a different horse or pony at the same show in any other division or section for which the rider/mount are eligible. The horse or pony may be shown by a different rider in any other division or section at the same show except Amateur Owner Hunter or a different age group in Adult Amateur Hunter. Exception: A state association may adopt more (but not less) restrictive cross entry rules (see below). Course and Judging Specifications: Fence height: 3’ spread not to exceed fence height. Courses will not be adjusted for ponies. To be judged on performance, soundness, manners, way of going, and suitability of mount to rider. Entries are not required to jog for soundness. Children's Hunter: To be ridden, and handled in all phases of competition, by Junior exhibitors. Open to horses and ponies. State rules may prohibit entry of ponies (see exception paragraph below). Cross Entry: The same rider/horse (pony) combination may not compete at the same show in any class (equitation excepted) in which fence heights exceed 3'3". The rider may compete on a different horse or pony at the same show in any other division or section for which the rider/mount are eligible. The horse or pony may be shown by a different rider in any other division or section at the same show except Junior Hunter or a different age group in Children’s Hunter. Exception: A state association may adopt more (but not less) restrictive cross entry rules (see below). Course and Judging Specifications: Fence height: 3’, spread not to exceed fence height. Courses will not be adjusted for ponies. To be judged on performance, soundness, manners, way of going, and suitability of mount to rider. Entries are not required to jog for soundness. Children's/Adult Amateur Hunter Classic: Any competition which offers an Adult Amateur Hunter or a Children's Hunter section may also offer an Adult Amateur Classic and/or a Children's Hunter Classic in accordance with HU146 with the following exceptions: 1.) Bonus points for Zone Horse of the Year Awards will be awarded as follows: 1st - 10, 2nd - 8, 3rd - 7, 4th - 6, 5th - 5, 6th - 4, 7th - 3, 8th - 2. 2.) Classics must offer at least $500 in prize money; 3.) Height and spread of fences to be the same as the requirements for the respective section; 4.) Riders are not required to wear special attire as described in HU146.5, but must wear protective headgear in accordance with GR801.2&.3. All Current eligibility requirements must be met. Children's Hunter Pony: Open to ponies ridden by a Junior Exhibitor with no other age restrictions applicable. Rider and/or pony may enter any Equitation classes. The rider may compete on a different horse or pony at the same show in any other division or section for which the rider/mount is eligible. The pony may be shown by a different rider in any other division or section at the same show except USEF Rated Hunter Pony classes. To be judged on performance, soundness, manners, way of going, suitability of size of rider to mount, and suitability as a Children's Hunter. Ponies not required to be jogged for soundness. Small ponies to be shown at 2', Medium Ponies at 2'3", and Large Ponies at 2'6"; spreads not to exceed height of fence. No minimum prize money is required. Pre-Green Hunter: A Pre-Green hunter is a horse in his 1st or 2nd year of showing over fences 3' or higher at Regular Member Competitions or Combined Training Events. A horse may show in the Pre-Green Hunter Section of an USEF Zone VII Recognized Competition for no more than two years. Pre-Green Classics will be awarded points equal to those given in USEF "B" Hunter Classics. Show management may offer two sections of Pre-Green Hunter (Fence Heights 3' and 3'3") or only one section at either height. Horses may only be entered in one section. Zone awards will be presented annually as one section. Reinstatement of Pre-Green Status: A horse’s pre-green status may be reinstated for a future competition year in accordance with USEF rule HU105 for regaining green status. Adult Amateur Jumper: To be ridden by Amateurs who are no longer eligible to compete as Junior Exhibitors. Cash winnings do not influence this classification. Children's Jumper: To be ridden by Junior Exhibitors. Cash winnings do not influence this classification. Class conditions for Adult Amateur and Children's Jumper: The first two classes in the Low Adult Amateur and/or Children’s Jumper section will be conducted at 1.0m. The third and any subsequent classes in the Low section to include a classic will be conducted at 1.05m. The first two classes in the High Adult Amateur and/or Children’s Jumper section will be conducted at 1.10m. The third and any subsequent classes in the High section to include a classic will be conducted at 1.15m. If only one section is offered, the classes will be conducted under 1.10m for all classes offered in the section. Competition Management may restrict cross entries between High and Low sections at the same show if stated in the prize list. Courses must be set, and/or adjusted if necessary, to provide safe and suitable distances between jumps in relation to fence heights. Classes to be scored under Table I; Table II, Section 1, Sections 2(a), 2(b), 2(c), or 3; or Table IV (Optimum Time). Cross entry into Junior or Amateur Owner Jumper or any class at 1.25 m and above is not permitted for the same horse/rider combination at the same show. A combined Adult Amateur/Children's Jumper section may be offered, and if entries warrant, may thereafter be split into separate sections. Exceptions: An exception is permitted to any or all of the sections described above only under the following conditions: The rule-making organization must be a statewide USEF Affiliated Association. State exceptions can apply only in shows held within that state. State specifications must have been published and sent to each member of the state association, each member of the Zone 7 Committee, USEF and the manager of every show that applies for State Association recognition or sanction. State rules that are valid exceptions to the general Zone 7 specifications can be more restrictive, but can not reduce or eliminate any of the Zone 7 stated criteria spelled out above and must be printed in their entirety under the applicable section heading in the prize li


2009 Blue Ribbon Winter Festival & Winter Warm Up Tentative Schedule Wednesday, Indoor 8:00 AM 301 Open Hunter 230, 231, 234 3’3” Pre-Grn Htr O/F & U/S 112, 113, 116 1st Year Grn Hunter, Handy & U/S 117, 118, 121 2nd Year Grn Hunter, Handy & U/S 101, 102, 105 Reg Working Hunter, Handy & U/S Course Change 501 .95 Meter Jumper IIBR 502 .95 Meter Jumper IIBR 504 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR 508 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR 512 1.15 Meter Jumper II.2b 532 1.25 Meter Jumper II.2b 535 1.35 Meter Jumper II.2b

Wednesday, Covered Arena Schooling 9:00 AM-12:30 PM Wednesday, Covered Arena 2:00 PM 247, 248 Special Hunter O/F 306, 307 Low Hunter

Thursday, Indoor 8:00 AM 503 .95 Meter Jumper IIBR 505 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR 509 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR 513 1.15 Meter Jumper II2.b 533 1.25 Meter Jumper II.2b 536 1.35 Meter Jumper II.2b Course Change 111 Regular Conformation Model 127 Green Conformation Model 302 Open Hunter 103, 104 Regular Working Hunter O/F 106, 107, 110 Reg. Conf Hunter, Handy & U/S 119, 120 2nd Year Green Hunter O/F 122, 123, 126 Green Conf Hunter, Handy & U/S 114, 115 1st Year Green Hunter O/F 232, 233 3’3” Pre-Green Hunter O/F

Thursday, Covered Arena 8:00 AM 308 2’6”Low Hunter 249 Special Hunter O/F 235 Baby Green Hunter O/F 250 Special Hunter Under Saddle 238 Baby Green Hunter Under Saddle 309 3’ Low Hunter 225, 226 3’ Pre-Green Hunter O/F 229 3’ Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle 310 3’ Low Hunter 200, 201, 204 Adult Am Htr 18-35 & U/S 205, 206, 209 Adult Am Htr 36/49 & U/S 210, 211, 214 Adult Am Htr 50/O & U/S

Friday, Indoor 7:30 AM 303 Open Hunter 108, 109 Reg. Conf. Hunter O/F 124, 125 Grn. Conf. Hunter O/F 304 Open Hunter 138, 142, 141 3”3” A/O Hunter O/F & U/S 140, 141 3”3” A/O Handy Hunter 128, 129 3’6” A/O Htr & Handy18-35 O/F 132 3’6” A/O Hunter 18-35 U/S 133, 134 3’6” A/O Htr & Handy 36/O O/F 137 3’6” A/O Hunter 36/O U/S 607 A/O Hunter Classic 255, 256, 257 Mod Hunter O/F & U/S Course Change 506 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR 510 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR 514 1.15 Meter Jumper II.2b 534 1.25 Meter Jumper II.2c 537 1.35 Meter Jumper II.2c 522 High Adult Jumper, 1.10 M II.2b Not Before 5:15 PM 525 Low J/A JPR, 1.25 M, II.2b (Will not be pinned before 6:00 PM) 530 HighJR/AO Jumper, 1.4 M, II.2b 601 $5000 Jumper Classic 1.25 Meter, II.2a

Friday, Covered Arena 7:30 AM 311 3’ Low Hunter 227, 228 3’ Pre-Green Hunter O/F 410 Adult Equitation O/F 212, 213 Adult Am Hunter & Stake 50/O 207, 208 Adult Am Hunter & Stake 36/49 202, 203 Adult Am Hunter & Stake 18-35 409 Adult Equitation Flat 312 2’6”Low Hunter 236, 237 Baby Green Hunter 239, 240 Modified Child/Adult Hunter

Saturday, Indoor 7:30 AM 305 Open Hunter 140, 141 3”3” A/O Handy Hunter 130, 131 3’6” A/O Hunter 18-35 O/F 135, 136 3’6”A/O Hunter 36 & Over O/F 143, 144 Small Junior Hunter 15/U O/F 147 Small Junior Hunter 15/U U/S 148, 149 Small Junior Hunter 16/17 O/F 152 Small Junior Hunter 16/17 U/S 153, 154 Large Junior Hunter 15/U O/F 157 Large Junior Hunter 15/U U/S 158, 159 Large Junior Hunter 16/17 O/F 162 Large Junior Hunter 16/17 U/S 411 USEF/Pessoa Medal Course Change 507 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR 511 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR 515 1.15 Meter Jumper II.2c 516 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper, 1.0 M II.2b 517 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper, 1.0 M, II.2b 519 High Children’s Jumper, 1.10 Meter, II.2b 523 High Adult Amateur JPR, 1.10 M II.2b 520 High Children’s Jumper, 1.10 Meter, II.2b 526 Low Junior/Amateur Owner JPR, 1.25 M II.2b 531 Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper, 1.4 M II.2b Saturday Indoor 602 $10,000 Winter Festival Jumper Classic 1.40 Meter, II.2a

Saturday, Covered Arena 7:30 AM 408 Children’s Equitation O/F 215, 216, 219 Child Hunter 14 & Under & U/S 220, 221, 224 Child Hunter 15-17 & U/S 407 Children’s Equitation Flat 313 Low Hunter 251, 254 Children’s Hunter Pony & U/S 183, 184, 187 Lg Grn Pony Conf, Htr & U/S 178, 179, 182 S/M Grn Pony Conf, Htr & U/S 163 Small Pony Conformation Hunter O/F 164 Small Pony Handy Hunter 168 Medium Pony Conformation Hunter O/F 169 Medium Pony Handy Hunter 173 Large Pony Conformation Hunter O/F 174 Large Pony Handy Hunter 243, 244 Limit Rider Hunter 241, 242 Modified Child/Adult Hunter & U/S 261, 262 Beginner Equitation O/F 263 Beginner Equitation Flat

Sunday, Indoor 7:30 AM 538 Pony Jumper, 1.0 Meter, V (Opt Time) 539 Pony Jumper 1.0 Meter, II.2b 540 Pony Jumper 1.10 Meter, II.2c 518 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper 1.10 Meter, II.2c 524 High Adult Amateur Jumper, 1.15 M, II.2c 521 High Children’s Jumper, 1.15 M, II.2c 603 $5,000 Child/Adult JPR Challenge (Week 1) 604 $5,000 Child/Adult JPR Challenge (Week 2) 527 Low Junior/Amateur Owner JPR, 1.25 M, II.2c 414 EMO Z Cup Equitation Course Change 405 Junior Equitation Flat 14/17 403 Junior Equitation Flat 13 & Under 404 Junior Equitation O/F 13/U 406 Junior Equitation O/F 14/17 412 ASPCA Maclay 145, 146 Small Junior Hunter & Handy 15/U 150, 151 Small Junior Hunter & Handy 16/17 155, 156 Large Junior Hunter & Handy 15/U 160, 161 Large Junior Hunter & Handy 16/17 608 Junior Hunter Classic

Sunday, Covered Arena 7:30 AM 217, 218 Children’s Hunter & Stake14/U 222, 223 Children’s Hunter & Stake15-17 252, 253 Children’s Pony Hunter & U/S 413 WHIS Pony Medal 165, 166, 167 Small Pony Hunter & U/S 170, 171, 172 Medium Pony Hunter & U/S 175, 176, 177 Large Pony Hunter & U/S 609 Pony Hunter Classic 185, 186 Large Green Pony Hunter O/F 180, 181 Small/Medium Grn Pony Hunter O/F 402 Limit Equitation O/F 245, 246 Limit Hunter & U/S 401 Limit Equitation Flat 258, 259, 260 Beginner Hunter & U/S


2009 Great Southwest Winter Series I & II Tentative Schedule Wednesday, Main Arena 8:00 AM 501 .95 Meter Jumper IIBR 502 .95 Meter Jumper IIBR 504 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR 508 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR 512 1.15 Meter Jumper II.2b 532 1.25 Meter Jumper II.2b 535 1.35 Meter Jumper II.2b Course Change 111 Reg Conf Model 127 Grn Conf Model 301 Open Hunter 112, 113, 116 1st Year Grn Hunter, Handy & U/S 122, 123, 126 Green Conf Hunter, Handy & U/S 117, 118, 121 2nd Year Grn Hunter, Handy & U/S 106, 107, 110 Reg. Conf Hunter, Handy & U/S 101, 102, 105 Reg Working Hunter, Handy & U/S

Wednesday, Hunter 1, 8:30 AM 306 Low Hunter 230, 231, 234 3’3” Pre-Grn Htr O/F & U/S 225, 226 3’ Pre-Green Hunter O/F 229 3’ Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle 235, 238 Baby Green Hunter O/F & U/S

Thursday, Indoor 8:00 AM 302 Open Hunter 103, 104 Regular Working Hunter O/F 108, 109 Reg. Conf. Hunter O/F 119, 120 2nd Year Green Hunter O/F 124, 125 Grn. Conf. Hunter O/F 114, 115 1st Year Green Hunter O/F Course Change 503 .95 Meter Jumper IIBR 505 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR 509 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR 513 1.15 Meter Jumper II2.b 533 1.25 Meter Jumper II.2b 536 1.35 Meter Jumper II.2b

Thursday, Hunter 1, 8:00 AM 307 Low Hunter 227, 228 3’ Pre-Green Hunter O/F 232, 233 3’3” Pre-Green Hunter O/F 236, 237 Baby Green Hunter 247, 248 Special Hunter O/F

Friday, Main Arena 7:300 AM 506 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR 510 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR 514 1.15 Meter Jumper II.2b 534 1.25 Meter Jumper II.2c 537 1.35 Meter Jumper II.2c 522 High Adult Jumper, 1.10 M II.2b Course Change 303 Open Hunter 128, 129 3’6” A/O Htr & Handy18-35 O/F 132 3’6” A/O Hunter 18-35 U/S 133, 134 3’6” A/O Htr & Handy 36/O O/F 137 3’6” A/O Hunter 36/O U/S 608 A/O Hunter Classic

Friday, Hunter 1, 7:30 AM 308 Low Hunter 249, 250 Special Hunter O/F & U/S 309 Low Hunter 410 Adult Equitation O/F 200, 201, 204 Adult Am Htr 18-35 & U/S 205, 206, 209 Adult Am Htr 36/49 & U/S 210, 211, 214 Adult Am Htr 50/O & U/S 409 Adult Equitation Flat 138, 139, 142 3”3” A/O Hunter O/F & U/S 310 Low Hunter 255, 256, 257 Mod Hunter O/F & U/S

601 $5000 Jumper Classic 1.25 Meter, II.2a 610 Hunter Derby (Winter Circuit II)

Saturday, Main Arena, 7:30 AM 304 Open Hunter 130, 131 3’6” A/O Hunter 18-35 O/F 135, 136 3’6”A/O Hunter 36 & Over O/F 305 Open Hunter 143, 144 Small Junior Hunter 15/U O/F 147 Small Junior Hunter 15/U U/S 148, 149 Small Junior Hunter 16/17 O/F 152 Small Junior Hunter 16/17 U/S 153, 154 Large Junior Hunter 15/U O/F 157 Large Junior Hunter 15/U U/S 158, 159 Large Junior Hunter 16/17 O/F 162 Large Junior Hunter 16/17 U/S 411 USEF/Pessoa Medal Course Change 507 1.0 Meter Jumper IIBR 511 1.10 Meter Jumper IIBR 515 1.15 Meter Jumper II.2c 516 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper, 1.0 M II.2b 517 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper, 1.0 M, II.2b 519 High Children’s Jumper, 1.10 Meter, II.2b 523 High Adult Amateur JPR, 1.10 M II.2b 520 High Children’s Jumper, 1.10 Meter, II.2b 525 Low Junior/Amateur Owner JPR, 1.25 M II.2b 530 Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper, 1.35 M II.2b 526 Low Junior/Amateur Owner JPR, 1.25 M II.2c 602 $10,000 Winter Festival Jumper Classic 1.40 Meter, II.2a

Sunday, Main Arena 7:30 AM 538 Pony Jumper 1.0 Meter, V (Opt Time) 539 Pony Jumper 1.0 Meter, II.2b 540 Pony Jumper 1.10 Meter, II.2c 518 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper 1.10 Meter, II.2c 524 High Adult Amateur Jumper, 1.15 M, II.2c 521 High Children’s Jumper, 1.15 M, II.2c 605 $5,000 Child/Adult JPR Challenge (Week 3) 606 $5,000 Child/Adult JPR Challenge (Week 4) 531 Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper, 1.35 M II.2b 527 Low Junior/Amateur Owner JPR, 1.25 M, II.2c 414 EMO Z Cup Equitation Course Change 405 Junior Equitation Flat 14/17 403 Junior Equitation Flat 13 & Under 404 Junior Equitation O/F 13/U 406 Junior Equitation O/F 14/17 412 ASPCA Maclay 145, 146 Small Junior Hunter & Handy 15/U 150, 151 Small Junior Hunter & Handy 16/17 155, 156 Large Junior Hunter & Handy 15/U 160, 161 Large Junior Hunter & Handy 16/17 609 Junior Hunter Classic

Saturday, Hunter 1, 8:00 AM 311 Low Hunter 408 Children’s Equitation O/F 215, 216, 219 Child Hunter 14 & Under & U/S 220, 221, 224 Child Hunter 15-17 & U/S 407 Children’s Equitation Flat 312 Low Hunter 212, 213 Adult Am Hunter & Stake 50/O 207, 208 Adult Am Hunter & Stake 36/49 202, 203 Adult Am Hunter & Stake 18-35 313 Low Hunter 140, 141 3”3” A/O Handy Hunter

Saturday, Hunter 2, 8:00 AM 314 Low Hunter 183, 184, 187 Lg Grn Pony Conf, Htr & U/S 178, 179, 182 S/M Grn Pony Conf, Htr & U/S 163 Small Pony Conformation Hunter O/F 164 Small Pony Handy Hunter 168 Medium Pony Conformation Hunter O/F 169 Medium Pony Handy Hunter 173 Large Pony Conformation Hunter O/F 174 Large Pony Handy Hunter 315 Low Hunter 251, 254 Children’s Hunter Pony & U/S 316 Low Hunter 239, 240 Modified Child/Adult Hunter 243, 244 Limit Rider Hunter 261, 262 L/S Stirrup Equitation O/F 263 L/S Stirrup Equitation Flat Sunday, Hunter 1, 8:00AM 317 Low Hunter 217, 218 Children’s Hunter & Stake14/U 222, 223 Children’s Hunter & Stake15-17 402 Limit Equitation O/F 245, 246 Limit Hunter & U/S 401 Limit Equitation Flat Sunday, Hunter 2, 8:00 AM 318 Low Hunter 413 WHIS Pony Medal 165, 166, 167 Small Pony Hunter & U/S 170, 171, 172 Medium Pony Hunter & U/S 175, 176, 177 Large Pony Hunter & U/S 610 Pony Hunter Classic 185, 186 Large Green Pony Hunter O/F 180, 181 Small/Medium Grn Pony Hunter O/F 319 Low Hunter 252, 253 Children’s Pony Hunter & U/S 241, 242 Modified Child/Adult Hunter & U/S 258, 259, 260 L/S Stirrup Hunter & U/S


Entry # Horse Information

Color

Height

USEF #/USHJA# THJA# # 1-Rider Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # Social Security # DOB/Age: ASPCA# USEF#/USHJA# THJA#

Southbound Show Management, Inc. 785 W. Jeter Road Argyle, Texas 76226 (940) 240-1207

Somervelle County Expo Center Entry Deadline is January 6, 2010

Name:

Green

Mail Entries To:

Blue Ribbon Winter Festival, January 20-24, 2010

Age

Owner Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone# Social Security # USEF#/USHJA# THJA# #2 Rider Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # Social Security # DOB/Age: ASPCA# USEF#/USHJA# THJA# Federation Entry Agreement

Trainer Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # USEF#/USHJA# THJA# Social Security # Barn Name: Alternate Payee for Prize Money Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # SSN#

I have read the United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) Entry Agreement (GR906.4) as printed in the Prize List for Blue Ribbon Winter Festival, and agree to all of its provisions. I understand and agree that by entering this Competition, I am subject to Federation Rules, Prize List, and local rules of the competition. I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos from the competition, and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New York State.

Division Entry Information *Please Circle Divisions & Indicate Rider # Wrk Htr___ 1st Y Grn__ 3’6” A/O __ Rg Conf____ 2nd Y Grn__ 3’3” A/O___ Grn Conf__ Sm Jr 15/U_ Sm Jr 16/17___ Lg Jr 15/U____ L Jr 16/17_ Ch Pony___ Sm Pony___ Md Pony__ Lg Pony___ A/A 18/35__ Gr Pny/L__ Gr Pny/SM___ A/A 36/49__ Ch 14/U___ 3’ Pre Gr___ A/A 50/O__ Ch 15/17__ 3’3” Pre Gr___ Baby Gr____ S/L Str Htr___ EQ___ Sp Htr___ Mod Htr___ Mod C/A___ Jumpers: M .95____ M 1.0 _____ M 1.15____ M 1.25___ M 1.35___ J/A Low__ J/A High___ C/A Low___ A High___ C High___ Equitation: Open/Low Classes: Individual Classes/Classics: Stable With:

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, the Blue Ribbon Winter Festival, to the following: I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while at the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at this competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank.

Fees #_________ Stalls @ $175 Nominating Fee $150 USEF Non Member Amateur Card $30 USEF JR Non-Member Fee $30 USEF SR Non-Member Fee $30 USHJA Non-Member Fee $30 USEF Drug Fee $7+ USEF Fee $8

$15

USHJA Zone Support Fee @ $2 Office Fee $50 Non-Showing Fee $100 Grounds Fee $50 Late Fee $35

$2

Reserve Campers on the Enclosed Form Order Shavings/Feed/Hay on the Enclosed Form

Emergency Phone Contact_________________________ Rider/Handler (Mandatory) Signature:

Owner/Agent (Mandatory) Signature:

Trainer (Mandatory) Signature:

Coach (If Applicable) or Rider #2 Signature:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Parent/Guardian Signature (required if Rider/Driver/Handler/Vaulter/Longeur Is a Minor) Emergency Phone Contact_____________________________ Print Parent/Guardian Name:_______________________Parent/Guardian Signature:_________________________Is rider a US citizen?_____________

Total Enclosed

*Office Use Only


Entry # Horse Information

Color

Height

USEF #/USHJA# THJA# # 1-Rider Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # Social Security # DOB/Age: ASPCA# USEF#/USHJA# THJA#

Southbound Show Management, Inc. 785 W. Jeter Road Argyle, Texas 76226 (940) 240-1207

Somervelle County Expo Center Entry Deadline is January 6, 2010

Name:

Green

Mail Entries To:

Winter Warm Up, January 27-31, 2010

Age

Owner Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone# Social Security # USEF#/USHJA# THJA# #2 Rider Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # Social Security # DOB/Age: ASPCA# USEF#/USHJA# THJA# Federation Entry Agreement

Trainer Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # USEF#/USHJA# THJA# Social Security # Barn Name: Alternate Payee for Prize Money Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # SSN#

I have read the United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) Entry Agreement (GR906.4) as printed in the Prize List for the Winter Warm Up, and agree to all of its provisions. I understand and agree that by entering this Competition, I am subject to Federation Rules, Prize List, and local rules of the competition. I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos from the competition, and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New York State.

Division Entry Information *Please Circle Divisions & Indicate Rider # Wrk Htr___ 1st Y Grn__ 3’6” A/O __ Rg Conf____ 2nd Y Grn__ 3’3” A/O___ Grn Conf__ Sm Jr 15/U_ Sm Jr 16/17___ Lg Jr 15/U____ L Jr 16/17_ Ch Pony___ Sm Pony___ Md Pony__ Lg Pony___ A/A 18/35__ Gr Pny/L__ Gr Pny/SM___ A/A 36/49__ Ch 14/U___ 3’ Pre Gr___ A/A 50/O__ Ch 15/17__ 3’3” Pre Gr___ Baby Gr____ S/L Str Htr___ EQ___ Sp Htr___ Mod Htr___ Mod C/A___ Jumpers: M .95____ M 1.0 _____ M 1.15____ M 1.25___ M 1.35___ J/A Low__ J/A High___ C/A Low___ A High___ C High___ Equitation: Open/Low Classes: Individual Classes/Classics: Stable With:

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, the Winter Warm Up, to the following: I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while at the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at this competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank.

Fees #_________ Stalls @ $175 Nominating Fee $150 USEF Non Member Amateur Card $30 USEF JR Non-Member Fee $30 USEF SR Non-Member Fee $30 USHJA Non-Member Fee $30 USEF Drug Fee $7+ USEF Fee $8

$15

USHJA Zone Support Fee @ $2 Office Fee $50 Non-Showing Fee $100 Grounds Fee $50 Late Fee $35

$2

Reserve Campers on the Enclosed Form Order Shavings/Feed/Hay on the Enclosed Form

Emergency Phone Contact_________________________ Rider/Handler (Mandatory) Signature:

Owner/Agent (Mandatory) Signature:

Trainer (Mandatory) Signature:

Coach (If Applicable) or Rider #2 Signature:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Parent/Guardian Signature (required if Rider/Driver/Handler/Vaulter/Longeur Is a Minor) Emergency Phone Contact_____________________________ Print Parent/Guardian Name:_______________________Parent/Guardian Signature:_________________________Is rider a US citizen?_____________

Total Enclosed

*Office Use Only


Entry #

Great Southwest Winter Series I, February 3-7, 2010 Great Southwest Equestrian Center Entry Deadline is January 22, 2010

Horse Information Name:

Green

Color

Height

USEF #/USHJA# THJA# # 1-Rider Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # Social Security # DOB/Age: ASPCA# USEF#/USHJA# THJA#

Age

Owner Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone# Social Security # USEF#/USHJA# THJA# #2 Rider Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # Social Security # DOB/Age: ASPCA# USEF#/USHJA# THJA# Federation Entry Agreement

Trainer Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # USEF#/USHJA# THJA# Social Security # Barn Name: Alternate Payee for Prize Money Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # SSN#

I have read the United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) Entry Agreement (GR906.4) as printed in the Prize List for the Great Southwest Winter Series I, and agree to all of its provisions. I understand and agree that by entering this Competition, I am subject to Federation Rules, Prize List, and local rules of the competition. I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos from the competition, and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New York State.

Mail Entries To: Pauline Cook/Great Southwest Equestrian Center 2501 South Mason Road, Suite 100 Katy, TX 77450 281-579-1272

Division Entry Information *Please Circle Divisions & Indicate Rider # Wrk Htr___ 1st Y Grn__ 3’6” A/O __ Rg Conf____ 2nd Y Grn__ 3’3” A/O___ Grn Conf__ Sm Jr 15/U_ Sm Jr 16/17___ Lg Jr 15/U____ L Jr 16/17_ Ch Pony___ Sm Pony___ Md Pony__ Lg Pony___ A/A 18/35__ Gr Pny/L__ Gr Pny/SM___ A/A 36/49__ Ch 14/U___ 3’ Pre Gr___ A/A 50/O__ Ch 15/17__ 3’3” Pre Gr___ Baby Gr____ S/L Str Htr___ EQ___ Sp Htr___ Mod Htr___ Mod C/A___ Jumpers: M .95____ M 1.0 _____ M 1.15____ M 1.25___ M 1.35___ J/A Low__ J/A High___ C/A Low___ A High___ C High___ Equitation: Open/Low Classes: Individual Classes/Classics: Stable With:

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, the Great Southwest Winter Series I, to the following: I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while at the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at this competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank.

Fees #_________ Stalls @ $185 #_________ Stalls after 1/22 @ $200 USEF Non Member Amateur Card $30 USEF JR Non-Member Fee $30 USEF SR Non-Member Fee $30 USHJA Non-Member Fee $30 USEF Drug Fee $7+ USEF Fee $8

$15

USHJA Zone Support Fee @ $2 Office Fee $50 Non-Showing Fee $100 Grounds Fee $50 Late Fee $35 Nominating Fee $150 Reserve Campers on the Enclosed Form Order Shavings/Feed/Hay on the Enclosed Form

$2

Emergency Phone Contact_________________________ Rider/Handler (Mandatory) Signature:

Owner/Agent (Mandatory) Signature:

Trainer (Mandatory) Signature:

Coach (If Applicable) or Rider #2 Signature:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Parent/Guardian Signature (required if Rider/Driver/Handler/Vaulter/Longeur Is a Minor) Emergency Phone Contact_____________________________ Print Parent/Guardian Name:_______________________Parent/Guardian Signature:_________________________Is rider a US citizen?_____________

Total Enclosed

*Office Use Only


Entry #

Great Southwest Winter Series II, February 10-14, 2010 Great Southwest Equestrian Center Entry Deadline is January 22, 2010

Horse Information Name:

Green

Color

Height

USEF #/USHJA# THJA# # 1-Rider Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # Social Security # DOB/Age: ASPCA# USEF#/USHJA# THJA#

Age

Owner Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone# Social Security # USEF#/USHJA# THJA# #2 Rider Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # Social Security # DOB/Age: ASPCA# USEF#/USHJA# THJA# Federation Entry Agreement

Trainer Information Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # USEF#/USHJA# THJA# Social Security # Barn Name: Alternate Payee for Prize Money Name: Address: City, State, Zip: Phone # SSN#

I have read the United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) Entry Agreement (GR906.4) as printed in the Prize List for the Great Southwest Winter Series II, and agree to all of its provisions. I understand and agree that by entering this Competition, I am subject to Federation Rules, Prize List, and local rules of the competition. I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos from the competition, and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New York State.

Mail Entries To: Pauline Cook/Great Southwest Equestrian Center 2501 South Mason Road, Suite 100 Katy, TX 77450 281-579-1272

Division Entry Information *Please Circle Divisions & Indicate Rider # Wrk Htr___ 1st Y Grn__ 3’6” A/O __ Rg Conf____ 2nd Y Grn__ 3’3” A/O___ Grn Conf__ Sm Jr 15/U_ Sm Jr 16/17___ Lg Jr 15/U____ L Jr 16/17_ Ch Pony___ Sm Pony___ Md Pony__ Lg Pony___ A/A 18/35__ Gr Pny/L__ Gr Pny/SM___ A/A 36/49__ Ch 14/U___ 3’ Pre Gr___ A/A 50/O__ Ch 15/17__ 3’3” Pre Gr___ Baby Gr____ S/L Str Htr___ EQ___ Sp Htr___ Mod Htr___ Mod C/A___ Jumpers: M .95____ M 1.0 _____ M 1.15____ M 1.25___ M 1.35___ J/A Low__ J/A High___ C/A Low___ A High___ C High___ Equitation: Open/Low Classes: Individual Classes/Classics: Stable With:

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, the Great Southwest Winter Series II, to the following: I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while at the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and, if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured at this competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank.

Fees #_________ Stalls @ $185 #_________ Stalls after 1/22 @ $200 USEF Non Member Amateur Card $30 USEF JR Non-Member Fee $30 USEF SR Non-Member Fee $30 USHJA Non-Member Fee $30 USEF Drug Fee $7+ USEF Fee $8

$15

USHJA Zone Support Fee @ $2 Office Fee $50 Non-Showing Fee $100 Grounds Fee $50 Late Fee $35 Nominating Fee $150 Reserve Campers on the Enclosed Form Order Shavings/Feed/Hay on the Enclosed Form

$2

Emergency Phone Contact_________________________ Rider/Handler (Mandatory) Signature:

Owner/Agent (Mandatory) Signature:

Trainer (Mandatory) Signature:

Coach (If Applicable) or Rider #2 Signature:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Print Name:

Parent/Guardian Signature (required if Rider/Driver/Handler/Vaulter/Longeur Is a Minor) Emergency Phone Contact_____________________________ Print Parent/Guardian Name:_______________________Parent/Guardian Signature:_________________________Is rider a US citizen?_____________

Total Enclosed

*Office Use Only


STALL REQUEST FORM

RV Reservation Form Blue Ribbon Winter Festival & Winter Warm Up • •

• • •

Camper spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis. NO RESERVATIONS WILL BE TAKEN WITHOUT PAYMENT IN FULL. Hookups cost $200 per week CAMPERS MAY NOT BE PARKED WITHOUT FIRST CHECKING IN AT THE HORSE SHOW OFFICE. Campers may be parked no earlier than Monday, January 18, and must be off the property no later than Monday, January 31. Arrangements for early arrivals and/or late departures can be accommodated however there will be an additional per day charge. Please contact Patrick Rodes at 940-240-1207 for more information and to reserve additional nights.

Name: Barn/Trainer Name: Phone Contact (Prior to Show): Phone Contact (During Show): Address: Type of RV: AMPS Desired: Date of Arrival:

Length of RV: 50 AMP 30 AMP Date of Departure:

Camper Site @ $200 per week $ (Please make checks payable to Southbound Show Management)

Blue Ribbon Winter Festival, # of Stalls The Winter Warm Up, # of Stalls

… …

Barn Name: Trainer Name: Please list all clients you want stabled with your group in the space below. Horse

Owner

# Stalls

Week 1

2

# Shavings

Hay

Feed

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Please complete and return to: Southbound Show Management 785 W. Jeter Road Argyle, TX 76226

Notice: All forms must be signed. All changes must be made in writing.

Questions: (940) 240-1207 or pdrntx@aol.com

Signature: Phone Contact:

Trainer splits must be received by 12 PM Friday. No splits will be accepted after that time.

Date:


STALL REQUEST FORM

RV Reservation Form Great Southwest Winter Series I & II • •

• • •

Camper spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis. NO RESERVATIONS WILL BE TAKEN WITHOUT PAYMENT IN FULL. Hookups cost $250 per week including pump out. CAMPERS MAY NOT BE PARKED WITHOUT FIRST CHECKING IN AT THE HORSE SHOW OFFICE. Campers may be parked no earlier than Monday, February 1, and must be off the property no later than Monday, February 15. Arrangements for early arrivals and/or late departures can be accommodated however there will be an additional per day charge. Please contact Pauline “Cookie” Cook at 281-5791272 for more information and to reserve additional nights.

Name: Barn/Trainer Name: Phone Contact (Prior to Show): Phone Contact (During Show): Address: Type of RV: AMPS Desired: Date of Arrival:

Length of RV: 50 AMP 30 AMP Date of Departure:

Camper Site @ $250 per week $ (Please make checks payable to Great Southwest Equestrian Center)

Please complete and return to: Pauline “Cookie” Cook Great Southwest Equestrian Center 2501 South Mason Road, Suite 100 Katy, TX 77450 Questions: 281-579-1272 or cookie143@hughes.net

Great Southwest Winter Series I, # of Stalls Great Southwest Winter Series II, # of Stalls

… …

Barn Name: Trainer Name: Please list all clients you want stabled with your group in the space below. Horse

Owner

# Stalls

Week 1

2

# Shavings

Hay

Feed

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Notice: All forms must be signed. All changes must be made in writing. Trainer splits must be received by 12 PM Friday. No splits will be accepted after that time.

Signature: Phone Contact:

Date:

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