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We Are Pleased to Present

Sept 22-25, 2011

Featuring $10,000 Meter 1.35 Jumper Classic $5,000 Meter 1.25 Jumper Classic

$2,500 Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Classics

Great Southwest Fall Classic Sept 29 - Oct 2, 2011

Featuring $10,000 Meter 1.35 Jumper Classic $5,000 Meter 1.25 Jumper Classic

$2,500 Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic Children’s and Adult Amateur Hunter Classics

OPPORTUNITY CLASSES AT THE FALL CLASSIC Recognized by USEF (“A”) USEF JUMPER RATING TWO Texas Hunter Jumper Association (“A”) To be held at GREAT SOUTHWEST EQUESTRIAN CENTER KATY, TEXAS


The Southwest Showdown September 23-26, 2011 Location:

Great Southwest Equestrian Center 2501 S. Mason Road, Katy, Texas

Recognized By: United States Equestrian Federation Texas Hunter Jumper Association SHOW OFFICIALS Management reserves the right to add or vary this list.

Judges:

Ms. Anne Scinta Lace (HU, HSE, JP) Mr. Spence Chapin (HU, HSE, HB) Mr. Mike Lowry ( JP)

Prospect, KY North Salem, NY San Antonio, TX

USEF Steward:

Ms. Suzanne O’Neal

Willis, TX

Management:

Southbound Show Management

Argyle, TX

Operations Manager: Mr. Patrick Rodes

Argyle, TX

940-367-1217; PDRnTX@aol.com

Course Designer:

Mr. Patrick Rodes – (Hunters) Mr. Jose Gamarra – (Jumpers)

Argyle, TX Ellenton, FL

Announcers:

Mr. Mike Lowry Mr. Dan Persons

San Antonio, TX Houston, TX

Show Coordinator/ Stall Manager:

Ms. Pauline Cook (281) 924-6579 cookie143@hughes.net

Waller, TX

Show Office:

Ms. Kelly Lowry Ms. Cathy Cortright

San Antonio, TX Camden, SC

Veterinarians:

Dr. Andrew Currie, DVM (979) 826-2852

Hempstead, TX

Paddock Masters:

Mr. Andrew Brown Mr. Casey Wagner Ms. Val Garza

Lexington, VA Detroit, MI San Antonio, TX

Farrier:

Mr. Chris Guillory (713) 948-2428

Katy, TX

Paramedics:

Mobile Medics

Katy, TX

For additional information contact: Patrick Rodes (940) 240-1207 ~ www.southboundshows.com Horse Show Office: 281-579-3443 after September 21, 2011 Email: PDRnTX@aol.com TO AVOID LATE FEES ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO SEPTEMBER 9, 2011 NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY NOMINATING FEES


Southwest Showdown (#257481) & GSWEC Fall Classic (#3753) This competition is operated in accordance with the current rules of the US Equestrian Federation of which it is a Regular Member Competition And is rated “A” in High Performance Hunter, Performance Hunters, Green Working Hunter, Amateur-Owner Hunter, Junior Working Hunter, Pony Hunter and Green Pony Hunter. “C” rated in Adult Hunter, Children’s Hunter, Children’s Pony Hunter, Hunter Breeding, Adult and Children Jumper & Pony Jumper.


THE GREAT SOUTHWEST FALL CLASSIC September 29 - October 2, 2011 Location:

Great Southwest Equestrian Center 2501 S. Mason Road, Katy, Texas http://www.gswec.com

Recognized By: United States Equestrian Federation Texas Hunter Jumper Association SHOW OFFICIALS Management reserves the right to add or vary this list.

Judges:

Ms. Jenny Paisley (HU, HE, HB, JP) Mr. Robert Dreyer (HU, HE) Mr. David Morse (J)

Corrales, NM Louisville, KY Granbury, TX

USEF Steward:

Ms. Judy Christian

Ft. Worth, TX

Management:

G.S.E.C.

Katy, TX

Operations Manager: Ms. Pauline Cook

Argyle, TX

281-924-6579 cookie143@hughes.net

Waller, TX

Course Designer:

Mr. Paul Jewell – (Hunters & Jumper)

Lambertville, PA

Announcers:

Mr. Mike Lowry Mr. David Morse

San Antonio, TX Granbury, TX

Stall Manager:

Ms. Amy Uniss (281) 978-0767 auniss@gswec.com

Katy, TX

Show Office:

Ms. Kelly Lowry Ms. Cathy Cortright Ms. Maurene Moffett

San Antonio, TX Camden, SC Waller, TX

Veterinarians:

Dr. Andrew Currie, DVM (979) 826-2852

Hempstead, TX

Paddock Masters:

Mr. Dan Persons Ms. Leslie Mitchell Mr. Andrew Brown

Houston, TX Katy, TX Lexington, VA

Farrier: Paramedics:

Mr. Chris Guillory (713) 948-2428 Mobile Medics

Katy, TX Katy, TX

For additional information contact: Pauline “Cookie” Cook (281) 924-6579 ~ www.britanniafarm.com Horse Show Office: 281-579-3443 after September 27, 2011 Email: cookie143@hughes.net TO AVOID LATE FEES ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED PRIOR TO SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY NOMINATING FEES


RULES AND REGULATIONS This show is a regular member of USEF. “EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OFTHE CURRENT FEDERATION RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH.” ENTRIES: A) Closing date is September 9, 2011 for Southwest Showdown & September 19, 2011 for Great Southwest Fall Classic. B) Entries received after the closing date may be charged a late fee of $35.00. C) Management reserves the right to limit the number of entries. Entries will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. D) Entry blanks will not be accepted unless signed and completely filled out and accompanied by a check. Anyone under the age of 18 must have the signature of a parent or responsible adult. 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. E) NO NUMBERS WILL BE ISSUED WITHOUT AN OPEN CHECK. F) NO FAXED ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED! EXHIBITOR NOTES: A) A $50.00 Office and Administrative fee will be charged to each horse on competition grounds. This will also include schooling the day prior to the horse show and/or other riding times in show rings as posted with EMT on duty. B) Management may refuse to give awards to horses competing without a back number. C) A processing fee of $50 or 10% of the check amount, whichever is greater, will be assessed for non-negotiable checks plus collection fees. D) Tack stalls & shavings can be divided if you notify the office the first day of show. E) A negative EIA (Coggins Test) must accompany each entry blank. F) In the interest of horse welfare; management may limit the number of classes a horse can compete in at this competition. G) All non showing horses must pay a fee of $100 and complete an entry blank with all applicable signatures. H) Refunds will be given only with a certificate of illness or injury from an accredited veterinarian and presented to horse show secretary before the start of the show. Monies will be refunded if classes are canceled due to weather or other emergency. In either case the show will retain its office fee and any stabling fees. I) No phone-in feed orders will be taken! J) USHJA Zone Support Fee of $2.00. (In accordance with GR1210.14) STALLS & SHIP-INS: A) Permanent and temporary stabling will be available at a cost of $180 for the week. B) Ship-ins will be charged a $50.00 ground/clean up fee per horse. st C) Stalls will be available for move-in on Wednesday, September 21 , 2011. D) 12' x 12' and 10’X10’ permanent stalls (with doors) are available. E) Stalls must be returned to GSEC in the same condition upon move-in. All nails, hooks, etc. must be removed from stalls upon move-out. F) No sharing of stalls allowed. G) Shavings are available for purchase on show grounds. CAMPERS: A) Camper spaces are available for $225 per week for 30 amp and 50 amp and will include one pump-out and must be paid in advance. B) Camper fees will not be split on show bills.


CREDENTIALS: All exhibitors in the pony, Junior Hunter, and any Amateur section must present their measurement card and/or their amateur certifications at the show office before their numbers can be released. To speed processing please attach a Photostat of necessary paperwork with your pre-entry. All entries must be recorded pursuant to the current USHJA recording rules. DRUGS & MEDICATIONS: A) Current USEF rules relating to drugs & medications will be enforced. B) Each horse entered must pay a $15 Federation Fee. $7.00 Equine Drug & Medication Fee plus a $8.00 USEF fee. C) Sharps and medical waste must be disposed of in sharps containers placed around the barns. Anyone found dumping medical waste into manure bins and/or trash bins will be asked to leave the showgrounds. D) All competitors are asked to comply with the USEF Testing Veterinarians in a courteous and efficient manner. SCHOOLING: A) Schooling will be posted or announced. A medic will be on duty during that time. B) ASTM-SEI approved headgear must be worn on schooling day in addition to showing days. FOOTING AND ARENAS: A) Outside ring 1 is approximately 150” x 300” w/ Otto Sport Footing. B) Outside ring 2 is approximately 125” x 275” w/ Otto Sport Footing. C) Main Indoor arena is 150' x 290'. East Indoor arena is 125' x 250'. D) Footing is a priority; rings may be closed to schooling during inclement weather and/or for maintenance at any time during the show at the manager’s discretion. PRIZE MONIES AND AWARDS: A) Prize monies due to competitors will be credited and/or paid at the show upon check-out. B) NO PRIZE MONEY WILL BE MAILED UNLESS THE OWNER’S SOCIAL SECURITY OR EIN IS LISTED ON THE ENTRY FORM. C) Arrangement for foreign funds must be pre-arranged with show management. JUMPERS: A) A rotating random jump order will be used pursuant to JP112.2 st B) Ties (other than 1 ) will be separated by time taken in the first round. Ties in Jumper classes jump off for first only. C) Champion and Reserve will be determined using the USEF bonus point system. Bonus Points will apply to the class indicated for each section. D) Championships will be awarded in jumper sections that offer 3 or more classes, except Training. COURSES: A) Courses will be posted a minimum of 30 minutes prior to each class. B) At management’s discretion, a dotted line may be put into effect to restrict the size of the courtesy circle in the hunter classes. HORSE REGISTRATIONS: A) 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.


JUMPER FENCE HEIGHT CONVERSION CHART 0.70 m fences 2’3” in height

1.15m fences 3’9” in height

0.75 m fences 2’5” in height

1.20m

fences 3’11” in height

0.80 m fences 2’7” in height

1.25m

fences 4’1” in height

0.85 m fences 2’9” in height

1.30m

fences 4’3” in height

0.90 m fences 2’11” in height

1.35m

fences 4’5” in height

0.95 m fences 3’1” in height

1.40m

fences 4’7” in height

1.00 m fences 3’3” in height

1.45m

fences 4’9” in height

1.05 m fences 3’5” in height

1.50m

fences 4’11” in height

1.10 m fences 3’7” in height

1.55m

fences 5’1” in height

1.60m

fences 5’3” in height

TROPHIES / CHAMPIONSHIPS 1. Hunter classes receive a trophy and eight ribbons & Equitation classes receive a trophy and six ribbons unless otherwise noted. 2. Hunter sections will receive a champion & reserve award based on points unless otherwise noted. USEF rule HU-7 3. 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. In addition, only these four horses will receive full points for ribbons won under saddle and half points for ribbons won in the model (full points for Reg. Conf. Model classes) PRIZE DISTRIBUTION: Prize money awarded in classes will be divided as listed below unless specified in class listing. Hunter Prize Money Distribution: Amount 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th $50 15 11 8 6 5 5 $100 30 22 15 14 12 7 $200 60 44 30 28 24 14 $300 90 66 45 40 35 24 Ribbons $400 120 88 60 56 48 28 $500 150 110 75 60 55 50 Jumper Prize Money Distribution Amount 1st $100 30 $250 75 $300 90 $400 120 $500 150 $750 225 $2500 750 $5000 1500 $10,000 3000

2nd 22 55 66 88 100 165 450 900 2000

3rd 15 38 45 60 65 113 300 600 1400

4th 14 32 40 56 65 97 250 500 1000

5th 12 25 35 48 60 75 200 450 800

6th 7 25 24 28 60 75 200 400 700

7th

8th

Ribbons

175 350 600

175 300 500

WARNING: Under Texas Law (Chapter 87, Civil, Practice and Remedies Code), an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities.


MOTORIZED VEHICLE POLICY: In accordance with GR1301.7: Minors who do not have a valid driver's license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind, including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles, on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver's license. 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.

THE SOUTHWEST SHOWDOWN, THE GSEC FALL CLASSIC HORSE SHOW, IT’S 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 & information shall be decided by Horse Show Management, its’ decision to be final. ADDITIONAL RULES AND REGULATIONS A) Every Competitor will comply with the rules of the show management, but management will, in no case, be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur, and it shall be the condition of entry that each competitor shall hold this horse show, the TRHP, Great Southwest Equestrian Center LP, Southbound Show Mgmt., it’s Directors and employees, and the officials and employees of the show blameless for any loss or accident to his horse, employees, equipment, which may occur from sickness, fire, accident, or otherwise. The competitor also acknowledges that equine activity carries an inherent risk of accident and/or death, and that the sole responsibility for choosing to participate rest with the competitor and their trainer. B) Competitors, guests, and vendors are responsible for their own property. C) The TRHP, Great Southwest Equestrian Center LP, and Southbound Show Mgmt. is not responsible for theft, fire, or loss. D) All questions and protests not covered by association rules will be decided upon and interpreted by competition management. E) Management reserves the right to cancel, combine, add, delay, and reschedule classes in the best interests of the horse show and its operations.

SAFETY AND WELFARE: A) Pursuant to USEF rule GR 301: Dogs are to be leashed & under the owner control. In addition, pursuant to facility regulations, loose dogs will be removed by animal control, from the show grounds at the owner’s expense. B) Pursuant to USEF rule GR 801: An ASTM-SEI approved helmet must be worn on show grounds at all times when mounted. Harness must be securely fashioned. C) Management may excuse any competitor from the grounds who does not maintain a horses feed, water, or minimum standards of care and custody. D) Riders must take full responsibility upon entry that they are fit and qualified to compete at this level of competition, and that they understand the inherent risk of equine activities.

Licensee: Great Southwest Equestrian Center; Licensee No. 263 Southbound Show Management Inc., Licensee No. 1185


RESPONSIBILITY: Submission of entry to these shows constitutes an agreement to the following: Exhibitor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Great Southwest Equestrian Center LP, Southbound Show Management Inc, Patrick Rodes, Great Southwest Fall Classic Horse Show, Horse Show Management 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 Exhibitors 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 Great Southwest Equestrian Center LP, Southbound Show Management Inc, Patrick Rodes, Great Southwest Fall Classic Horse Show, Horse Show Management by reason of any 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 TRHP is not responsible for accidents, fire or theft. THJA MEMBER 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. A PERSON/HORSE MAY REGISTER WITH THE THJA AT A RECOGNIZED HORSE SHOW AS LONG AS THE APPLICATION(S) AND PAYMENT ACCOMPANY THE OFFICIAL HORSE SHOW RESULTS. PAYMENT MAY BE MADE IN THE FORM OF A PERSONAL CHECK, BUSINESS CHECK OR CASHIER’S CHECK.

Directions to Great Southwest Equestrian Center: 2501 South Mason Road • Katy, TX 77450 • 281-578-7669 • www.gswec.com Directions: Interstate 10 West from Houston to Katy. Exit Mason Road. Turn south (left). Approximately 3 miles to GSWEC on left. (First left after Cinco Ranch sign.)


USEF MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT 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 (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


HUNTER DIVISION Classes will be judged on performance and soundness unless otherwise noted in the prize list. Please refer to the current USEF rulebook for additional specifications and rules that may be applicable to the hunter division. All USEF hunter divisions and classes will be split according to current USEF rules, others will be divided as a California split. Management may combine and/or split hunter sections based on entries in the best interest of the horse show.

Class Listings Class

_______ Class #

Section Fee _ Class Fee ___ Prize Money_

$1200 High Performance Hunter Open to all horses. Fences 4' to 4’6”. Individual classes may be entered. U/S will count ½ points towards Championship. High Performance Hunter 1, 2(handy) $60 High Performance Hunter U/S 3 $60

$400 $400

$1000 First Year Green Working Hunter st

Fences 3'6" (1 year). Individual classes may not be entered. st 1 Year Green Hunter 6, 7(handy), 8, st 1 Year Green Stake 9 $150 st 1 Year Green U/S 10

Section Fee Only

$200 $300 $100

Section Fee Only

$200 $300 $100

$1000 Second Year Green Working Hunter nd

Fences 3’9” (2 year). Individual classes may not be entered. nd 2 Year Green Hunter 11, 12(handy),13 nd 2 Year Green Stake 14 $150 nd 2 Year Green U/S 15

$1000 Performance Working Hunter $500 Performance Working Hunter 3’6”-3’9” Fences 3’6”. Open to all horses and riders. Individual classes may be entered. U/S will count ½ points towards Championship. Performance Hunter 3’6”/3’9” 270, 271 $40 Performance Hunter U/S 3’6”/3’9” 272 $35

$200 $100

$500 Performance Working Hunter 3’3” Fences 3’3”. Open to all horses and riders. Individual classes may be entered. U/S will count ½ points towards Championship. Performance Hunter 3’3” 273, 274 $40 Performance Hunter U/S 3’3” 275 $35

$200 $100

$3000 Amateur-Owner Working Hunter Fences 3'3" and 3’6”. USEF amateur card required. Individual classes may not be entered. $1000 Amateur-Owner Hunter 3’3” A/O Hunter 3’3” 16, 17-(handy), 18 A/O Hunter 3’3” Stake 19 A/O Hunter 3’3” U/S 20

$150

Section Fee Only

$200 $300 $100


Class

_______ Class #

$1000 Amateur-Owner Hunter 18-35 A/O Hunter 18-35 21, 22-(handy), 23 A/O Hunter18-35 Stake 24 A/O Hunter 18-35 U/S 25 $1000 Amateur-Owner Hunter 36 & Over A/O Hunter 36&O 26, 27-(handy), 28 A/O Hunter 36&O Stake 29 A/O Hunter 36&O U/S 30

Section Fee _ Class Fee ___ Prize Money_

$150

Section Fee Only

$200 $300 $100

$150

Section Fee Only

$200 $300 $100

$2000 Junior Working Hunter Fences 3'6". USEF measurements cards required. Individual classes may not be entered. $1000 Large Junior Working Hunter Large Jr. Hunter 31, 32-(handy), 33 Large Jr. Stake 34 Large Jr. U/S

$150

35

$1000 Small Junior Working Hunter Small Jr. Hunter 36, 37-(handy), 38 Small Jr. Stake

39

Small Jr. U/S

40

$150

Section Fee Only

Section Fee Only

$200 $300 $100 $200 $300 $100

Junior / Amateur Modified Hunter Fences 3'3". Individual classes may not be entered. Junior/Amateur Modified Hunter Jr./Am. Modified Hunter 235, 236(handy), 237 Jr./Am. Modified Stake 238 Jr./Am. Modified U/S 239

$150

Section Fee Only

$2000 Pony Hunter This show is an official USEF qualifying competition for the USEF National Pony Hunter Championships. USEF measurements cards required. Fences 2'3" (small), 2'6" (medium), 3' (large). Large Green ponies jump 2'9". Individual classes may not be entered. (Note: Class 44, 49, & 54 are first round for Class 155 $500 Pony Hunter Classic)

$500 Large Pony Hunter Large Conf Pony Hunter Large Pony Hunter Large Pony Stake Large Pony Hunter U/S $500 Medium Pony Hunter Med. Conf Pony Hunter Med. Pony Hunter Med. Pony Stake Med. Pony Hunter U/S

41 42, 43-(handy) 44 *

$140

Section Fee Only

$100

$140

Section Fee Only

$100

45

46 47, 48-(handy) 49 * 50


Class

_______ Class #

$500 Small Pony Hunter Small Conf Pony Hunter Small Pony Hunter

51 52, 53-(handy)

Small Pony Stake

54 *

Small Pony Hunter U/S

Section Fee _ Class Fee ___ Prize Money_

$140

Section Fee Only

$120

Section Fee Only

$50 $50 $50

$120

Section Fee Only

$50 $50 $50

$100

55

$250 Green Pony Hunter (Large) Green Pony Conf. (Lg) Green Pony Hunter (Lg) Green Pony U/S (Lg)

56 57, 58, 59 60

$250 Green Pony Hunter (Small / Medium) Green Conf. (Sm/Md) 61 Green Pony (Sm/Md) 62, 63, 64 Green Pony U/S(Sm/Md) 65

$400 Children’s Hunter Open to Junior riders mounted on horses. The same horse/rider combination may not cross enter into any class in which fences exceed 3'3" (equitation excepted). The rider may compete on a different horse at this show in any other division for which rider/horse are eligible. The horse may be shown by another exhibitor in any division at this show, for which eligible, except Junior Hunter. Run in accordance with Zone 7 specs. Fences 3'. $200 Children’s Hunter 14 & Under Children’s Hunter 14&U

66, 67, 68

$35

Children’s Hunter Stake 14&U

69*

$120

Children’s U/S – 14&U

70

$35

$200 Children’s Hunter 15-17 Children’s Hunter 15-17

71, 72, 73

$35

Children’s Hunter Stake 15-17

74*

Children’s U/S 15-17

75

$120

$35

$35

$200

$200

$35

(Note: Class 69 & 74 are first round for Class 156 Children’s Hunter Classic)

$200 Children’s Hunter Pony Open to junior riders. Manners shall be emphasized and extreme speed shall be penalized. Cross entries into pony hunter not permitted, regardless of rider. Run in accordance with Zone 7 Specs. Fences 2' (Small), 2'3" (Medium), 2'6" (Large). USEF measurements cards required. Children’s Hunter Pony 230, 231, 232 $35 Children’s Hunter Pony Stake 233 $120 $35 $200 Children’s Hunter Pony U/S 234 $35


Class

_______ Class #

Section Fee _ Class Fee ___ Prize Money_

$600 Adult Amateur Hunter Open to Amateur Adults mounted on horses. The same horse/rider combination may not cross enter into any class in which fences exceed 3'3" (except equitation). Rider may compete on a different horse at this show in any other division for which rider/horse are eligible. The horse may be shown by another exhibitor in any division at this show, for which eligible, except Amateur-Owner Hunter. Fences 3'. Run in accordance with Zone 7 specs.

$200 Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Adult Am Hunter 18-35

76, 77, 78

$35

Adult Am Hunter Stake 18-35

79*

Adult Am U/S 18-35

80

$35

81, 82, 83

$35

$200 Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Adult Am Hunter 36-49 Adult Am Hunter Stake 36-49

84*

Adult Am U/S – 36-49

85

$120

$120

89*

Adult Am U/S – 50&O

90

$35

$200

$200

$35

$200 Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over Adult Am Hunter 50&O 86, 87, 88 Adult Am Hunter Stake 50&O

$35

$35 $120

$35

$200

$35

(Note: Class 79, 84 & 89 are first round for Class 157 Adult Hunter Classic)

$400 Pre-Green Working Hunter Open to horses or ponies who have not shown over fences in a recognized show prior to previous nd calendar year. Horses eligible for 2 year green are not eligible. Run in accordance with Zone 7 Specs. May not cross enter between 3’ and 3’3”. $200 Low (3’) Pre-Green Hunter Low Pre-Green Hunter

91, 92, 93

$35

Low Pre-Green Hunter Stake

94

Low Pre-Green U/S

95

$35

96, 97, 98

$35

$200 High (3’3”) Pre-Green Hunter High Pre-Green Hunter High Pre-Green Hunter Stake

99

High Pre-Green U/S

100

$120

$120

$35

$35

$200

$200

$35

Modified Children’s / Adult Hunter Horse/rider combination may not cross enter into any THJA A-rated hunter classes. Manners shall be emphasized and extreme speed shall be penalized. Fences 2'6". Modified Children’s Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter 101, 102, 103 $35 Modified Childrens Hunter Stake 104 $120 $35 Modified Children’s U/S 105 $35


Class

_______ Class #

Modified Adult Amateur Hunter Modified Ad-Am Hunter Modified Ad-Am Hunter Stake Modified Ad-Am U/S

Section Fee _ Class Fee ___ Prize Money_

106, 107, 108 109 110

$120

$35 $35 $35

Low Working Hunter – 2’9” & 3’3” Open to horses and ponies. Judged on performance and soundness. Fences 2’9” & 3’3”. Low Working Hunter 111, 112 $35 $90 Ribbons Low Working Hunter U/S 114 $35 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” Limit Rider Hunter 115, 116, 117, 118 $35 $110 Ribbons Limit Rider Hunter U/S 119 $35 Baby Green Hunter Open to horses in their first two years of showing. Fences. 2’6”. Baby Green Hunter 120, 121, 122, 123 $110 Baby Green Hunter U/S 124

$35 $35

Hopeful Hunter Open to horses and ponies. Judged on performance and soundness. Fences 2’6”. Hopeful Hunter 125, 126, 127, 128 $35 $110 Hopeful Hunter U/S 129 $35

Ribbons

Ribbons

Short / Long Stirrup Hunter Open to Junior / Amateur riders on horses/ponies. Riders may not cross enter into any THJA “A” rated section. Manners shall be emphasized and extreme speed shall be penalized. Fences 2’. No cross entries between short and long stirrup. Short/Long Stirrup Hunter 130, 131, 132, 133 $35 $110 Ribbons Short/Long Stirrup Hunter 134 $35 U/S Schooling Pony Hunter Fences 2' (Small), 2'3" (Medium), 2'6" (Large) Schooling Hunter 135, 136, 149, 150 (Open w/ Pony Hunter) Additional Hunter Classes Warm-up Hunter 2’6” Warm-up Hunter 3’0” Warm-up Hunter 3’3” - 3’6” Warm-up Hunter 3’6” Warm-up Hunter 3’6” – 4’

141, 151 139, 140, 142, 143 144, 146 145 147, 148

$35

Ribbons

$35 $35 $35 $35 $35

Ribbons


Opportunity Classes nd

(Opportunity Classes are only offered the 2 week at GSEC Fall Classic Horse Show) SATURDAY Opportunity Classes Walk Trot Horsemanship Walk Trot Poles

250 251, 252

$25 $25

Ribbons

Opportunity Classes Walk Trot Canter Horsemanship Walk Trot Canter Cross Rails

253 254, 255

$25 $25

Ribbons

Opportunity Classes Walk Trot Canter Horsemanship Walk Trot Canter 18 inches

256 257, 258

$25 $25

Ribbons

SUNDAY Opportunity Classes Walk Trot Equitation Walk Trot Poles

259 260, 261

$25 $25

Ribbons

Opportunity Classes Walk Trot Canter Equitation Walk Trot Canter Cross Rails

262 263, 264

$25 $25

Ribbons

Opportunity Classes Walk Trot Canter Equitation Walk Trot Canter 18 inches

265 266, 267

$25 $25

Ribbons

Opportunity Classes: Horsemanship and Equitation Walk/Trot: To include showing at the walk and trot. Fences: Poles on the ground. Horsemanship and Equitation Walk/Trot/Canter/X-rails: To include showing at the walk, trot & canter. Fences: X-Rails not to exceed 18�. Horsemanship and Equitation Walk/Trot/Canter/18 Inches: To include showing at the walk, trot & canter. Fences: X-Rails 18�. This group of Opportunity Classes has been developed to create an educational ladder for the Beginning Competitor. Exhibitors in the Opportunity division may not cross enter into any USEF Rated classes. Opportunity Classes are open to riders of all ages. Riders who have participated in USEF rated divisions/classes and/or zone pointed classes are ineligible for opportunity classes. Opportunity Riders may cross enter into any of the Opportunity Classes. To be judged on Horsemanship attributes of the Rider. These attributes include, but are not limited to control of mount, appropriate pace, steering, and effective position. No USEF membership required. Participants in opportunity classes are also exempt from the USEF drug and medication fee, however, horses are subject to the rules contained in the drug and medications chapter. Horses/ponies participating in only Opportunity Classes are not required to have a horse recording number but are to list the recording number if one has been assigned.


HUNTER CLASSICS Class Listings Class

___________

Class # _

Class Fee ____

Prize Money_____

Open to horse/rider combinations who have shown in their corresponding division.

$500 Pony Hunter Classic $500 Children’s Hunter Classic $500 Adult Hunter Classic

155 156 157

$50 $50 $50

$500 $500 $500

Hunter Classics Conditions and Specifications Eligibility: Must have entered, shown, and completed at least two over fences classes in the same division at the same show. To be judged on performance and soundness with manners emphasized. To be scored under the open numerical judging system. A minimum of eight (8) entries will be required for all Hunter Classics. Classics with less than eight (8) entries may be combined where appropriate. A designated class of the division will count as the first round of the classic, (First round will be the class denoted with an (*) in their respective division as indicated on the show schedule and in class listings.) with the top twelve scores returning to jump a second course. The second round competitors will return in order of lowest score to highest. In case of ties, order of those tied will be drawn. Scores will be added together from both rounds to determine the winners. In case of ties, the second round will serve as tie breaker. Participants must enter, in the show office, prior to the start of their respective division classes the day of the classic. Formal attire suggested for round 2. $500 Pony Hunter Classic Ponies will receive a score in their second round class of their regular pony hunter division on Sunday. Open to all ponies entered in the small, medium and large divisions. Green ponies are not eligible unless completing in the regular pony division and must compete at the regular pony height. Fence heights set respective to division. (1) $150 (2) $110 (3) $75 (4) $60 (5) $55 (6) $50 $500 Children’s and Adult Classic nd Run in accordance with Zone 7 specs. Fences 3’0”. Top 12 scores return to jump a 2 course. (2) $150 (2) $110 (3) $75 (4) $60 (5) $55 (6) $50

Hunter Breeding Yearlings

400

$30

Two Year Olds

401

$30

Three Year Olds

402

$30

Best Young Horse

403

None

Ribbons

Horses to be judged on conformation, way of moving, quality, substance, soundness and suitability to become or in the case of sires and dams apparent ability to produce or beget hunters. Transmissible unsoundness is only to be considered in cases of sires and dams or prospective sires and dams. Yearlings, two-year-olds, and three-year olds are to walk and jog before being moved on the line in order of preference. First place winners in classes 400, 401 and 402 to return for Best Young Horse.


HUNT SEAT EQUITATION DIVISON Class

______________

Class #

Class Fee __ Prize Money_____

All classes to be judged on seat, hands, guidance and control of the mount.

EQUITATION CLASSES Pony Equitation Flat Jr. Equitation on the Flat – 13 yrs. & U Jr. Equitation over Fences – 13 yrs. & U (Fences 3’0”) Jr. Equitation on the Flat – 14-17

160 161 162 163

$35 $35 $35 $35

Jr. Equitation over Fences – 14-17 (Fences 3’6”)

164

$35

Children’s Equitation on the Flat Children’s Equitation over Fences –

165

$35

166

$35

Modified Children’s Equitation on the Flat

167

$35

Modified Children’s Equitation OF (Fences 2’6”)

168

$35

Limit Equitation Flat

169

$35

Ad/Am Equitation Flat

179

$35

(Open to jr. riders not showing 3’6” or higher. Fences 3’0”.)

MEDAL CLASSES Pessoa / USEF National Hunter Seat Medal ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship Class EMO “Z” Equitation Cup

170 171 172

$40 $40 $40

Equisport / USEF Pony Medal Class

174

$40

THJA Limit Medal

175

$40

WIHS Pony Medal

176

$40

WIHS Equitation Medal Hunter Phase

177

$40

WIHS Equitation Medal Jumper Phase

178

$40

Trophy & Ribbons

Trophy & Ribbons

Conditions and Specifications General: Current rules or more information about classes is available at www.usef.org. See USEF Rule Book for Specifications for medal and equitation classes. Pessoa / USEF National Hunter Seat Medal: Open to Junior members of USEF who have not reached their 18th birthday. Fences 3'6". See USEF rule: EQ112.9 ASPCA Horsemanship Class: Open to Junior riders who have not reached their 18th birthday and are Junior patrons of ASPCA. Fences 3'6". See USEF rule: EQ112.12 EMO “Z” Equitation Cup: 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.

Equisport / USEF Pony Medal Class: See USEF rule: EQ112.10. THJA Limit Medal Class: Open to all riders who have not won 6 blue ribbons over fences in any classes at recognized shows including equitation. WIHS Pony Medal: Fence heights per pony size. See USEF rule EQ112.14. WIHS Equitation Medal: (WIHS Equitation Hunter Phase & WIHS Equitation Jumper Phase) See USEF rule EQ112.14.


JUMPER DIVISON Class Listings Class

______

Height

___

Class # _

Class Fee _ Prize Money_

Non-Nominated Jumper Section Blue Ribbon Training Jumper ~~ 0.75M, 0.95M, 1.00M & 1.15M Training Jumper II (Blue ribbon) 0.75m 184, 185, 186 Training Jumper II (Blue ribbon) 0.95m 187, 188 Training Jumper II (Blue ribbon) 1.00m 189, 190, 191 Training Jumper II (Blue ribbon) 1.15m 192, 193, 194, 195 $500 Training Jumper ~~ 1.20M $500 Training Jumper II.2.b

1.20m

196, 197

$35 $35 $35 $35

$50

Blue Ribbon Blue Ribbon Blue Ribbon Blue Ribbon

$250

$300 Low Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper ~~ 1.00M / 1.05M (Class 199 will receive bonus points for championship computation) (Computation for THJA ONLY Championships will NOT include bonus points) 1.00m 198, 199 – (II.2.c)

Low Child/Ad-Am Jumper II.2.b Low Child/Ad-Am Jumper II.2.c

1.05m

200

$45 $45

$100

$45 $45

$100

$45 $45

$100

$300 High Children’s Jumper ~~ 1.10M / 1.15M (Class 202 will receive bonus points for championship computation) (Computation for THJA ONLY Championships will NOT include bonus points) High Children’s Jumper II.2.b 1.10m 201, 202 – (II.2.c)

High Children’s Jumper II.2.c

1.15m

203

$300 High Adult Amateur Jumper ~~ 1.10M / 1.15M (Class 205 will receive bonus points for championship computation) (Computation for THJA ONLY Championships will NOT include bonus points) High Adult Am Jumper II.2.b 1.10m 204, 205 – (II.2.c)

High Adult Am Jumper II.2.c

1.15m

206

Adult Amateur Jumper: Open to Adult Amateur riders on horses only. Horse/rider combination may not cross enter between low and high divisions. Children’s Jumper: Open to Children riders on horses only. Horse/rider combination may not cross enter between low and high divisions. $2,500 Children’s / Adult Amateur Jumper Classics ~~1.15M Child /Adult- Am Jumper II.2.a 1.15m 207

$135

$2500

Nominated Jumper Section ~~Jumper Nomination Fee =$150, Late Nominated Fee = $175 Class _______ Height _ $1000 Open Jumper ~~ 1.30M Open Jumper II.2.b 1.30m $1500 Open Jumper ~~ 1.40M Open Jumper II.2.b

1.40m

Class # __

Class Fee___ Prize Money

208, 209

$55

$500

210, 211

$70

$750


Junior / Amateur-Owner Jumper Horses in this section must be ridden by a junior exhibitor or amateur owner or amateur member of the owner’s family per USEF rules. $800 Low Junior / Amateur-Owner Jumper ~~ 1.25M (Class 213 will receive bonus points for championship computation) (Computation for THJA ONLY Championships will NOT include bonus points)

Low Jr - A/O Jumper II.2.b

1.25m

212, 213 – (II.2.c)

$50

$250

Low Jr - A/O Jumper II.2.b

1.25m

214

$55

$300

$1200 High Junior / Amateur-Owner Jumper ~~ 1.35M (Class 216 will receive bonus points for championship computation) (Computation for THJA ONLY Championships will NOT include bonus points)

High Jr - A/O Jumper II.2.b

1.35m

215, 216

$60

$400

High Jr - A/O Jumper II.2.b

1.35m

217 – (II.2.c)

$60

$400

Jumper Classics $5,000 GSWEC Jumper Classic ~~ 1.25M GSWEC Jumper Classic II.2.a/b 1.25m

218

$225

$5,000

$10,000 Jumper Classic ~~ 1.35M $10,000 Jumper Classic II.2.a

219

$325

$10,000

1.35m

~~~ Entries for all classics will close at the time indicated for each class. Jump order will be posted no later than 1 hour prior to the start of the class. Post Entries and scratches (after the declaration deadline) will incur a $35.00 add/scratch fee. ~~~

Conditions and Specifications 1.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Nominating Fee. Nomination fee of $150 is required for those divisions listed in the Nominated Jumper Section. Late nominating fee of $175 if not paid before noon Monday. Horses will only pay one nominating fee regardless of cross entry into money divisions and classics. Numbers must be worn on riders back or on the saddle pad so that it is visible to the paddock master. Exhibitors are responsible with familiarizing themselves with all pertinent current USEF rules and regulations for the jumper division and jumper schooling areas. Poling or offsets will not be permitted on the grounds. Ties for placing other than first place will be separated by time. Management may institute random boot checks and inspections of horses at their discretion. Children & Adult Jumpers will be combined if there are less than eight entries in either section. Jumpers must be recorded with the Federation in order to receive points towards any USEF or USHJA Zone or Horse of the Year awards. Any change of a recorded horse's name and/or ownership must be recorded with Federation in accordance with GR1105 and GR1107


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GSWEC SPRING ROUND UP HORSE SHOW is operated in accordance with current rules of the Texas Hunter & Jumper Association by which it is recognized and rated: “A” in High Performance, Amateur Owner, Performance Hunters, Green, Green Pony, Pony, Children’s Pony, Junior, Children’s, and Adult Hunter, and Jr/AO Jumper, Children’s Jumper, Adult Jumper. Points for placing in Junior, Pony, Children or Adult Equitation & Hunter Breeding classes will be credited in accordance with the rules of the THJA. A person/horse may register with the THJA at a recognized horse show as long as the application(s) and payment accompany the official horse show results. Payment may be made in the form of a personal check, business check or cashier’s check. If a member does not have a membership card with him/her or is not on the current THJA roster, a $10 non-member fee must be paid. A check for the $10 non-member fee & Membership Affidavit Form must be filed w/ the horse show secretary. The nonmember fee will be refunded upon proof of THJA membership.


2011 Zone 7 Specifications 2011 Zone 7 Specifications (AR, KS, LA, MO, OK, TX) 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 where the jumps do not exceed 3'. 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 7 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. Horses showing in Pre-Green may not show in any 3'6" or over classes at the same show. 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: Classes in the Low Adult Amateur and/or Children’s Jumper section will be conducted at 1.0m to 1.05m. Classes in the High Adult Amateur and/or Children’s Jumper section will be conducted at 1.10m to 1.15m. If only one section is offered, the classes will be conducted at 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. 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 1.25m 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 cannot 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 list. Pony Jumper: For complete criteria go to http://www.ushja.org/content/committees/zones/zone7specs.aspx Criteria: Pony and Children’s Jumper classes held at 1.00m (3’3”) or higher at USEF Licensed regular competitions starting on or between December 1st 2010 and June 1st 2011. Coordinator: Matt Cyphert 1250 Rockgate Rd S, Argyle, TX 76226-8236 Email: WHF95@AOL.COM; PH: (940) 367-1854 Junior Jumper (Prix des States) For complete criteria go to http://www.ushja.org/content/committees/zones/zone7specs.aspx Criteria: Junior and Open Jumper classes held at 1.35m and above (including Open Jumper classes offering $25,000 or more in prize money) between December 1st 2010 and August 31st 2011. Additional certificates of capability requirement: Rider/Horse must compete in 5 classes at 1.40 meter with 8 faults or less. Coordinator: Janet Christie, 2906 Gregg Ln. Manor, TX 78653 Ph: (512) 694-0937; email: jac4946@aol.com North American Junior Young Rider For complete criteria go to http://www.ushja.org/content/committees/zones/zone7specs.aspx

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