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STAFF Thomas G. Struzzieri, Manager��������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Ruben Martinez, Technical Coordinator�������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Kristen E. Vale-Mosack, Office Manager����������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Linda Spiegler, Horse Show Secretary���������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Meagan Atkins, Horse Show Secretary������������������������������������������������������� Rhinebeck, NY Kaitlin Farmer, Horse Show Secretary���������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Courtney Livecchi, Horse Show Secretary������������������������������������������������������� Glasco, NY Erin Webb, Horse Show Secretary���������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Patricia Guerriero, M&S League Representative�����������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Katelyn Lamb, M&S League Assistant��������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Chris Mayone, Sponsorship��������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Scott Reynolds, Sponsorship������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Leslie Phillips, Art Director����������������������������������������������������������������������������Kingston, NY Rian Beals, Course Designer������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Scott Becroft, Horse Show Farrier������������������������������������������������������������������������� Lutz, FL
HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES Irving Evans�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Fremont, NH Christina Schlusemeyer��������������������������������������������������������������������������������Wellington, FL
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Telephone communication with HITS, Inc. - 845.246.8833 All entries should be mailed to: HITS, Inc., 319 Main Street, Saugerties, NY 12477 Telephone communication during HITS Saugerties - 845.246.5515 Horse Show mailing address: 454 Washington Avenue Extension, Saugerties, NY 12477 The Competition Management for this event is HITS, Inc.
MAKE YOUR LODGING RESERVATIONS EARLY!
We encourage exhibitors to make arrangements as early as possible for lodging during the horse shows.
T E N TAT I V E T I M E S C H E D U L E TUESDAY
Grand Prix Stadium 8 am - 12 pm: Ticketed Warm-up - Fences 3' 12 pm - 4 pm: Ticketed Warm-up - Fences 3'3"
Grand Prix Stadium 33. 35. 38. 47. 44. 41. 506. 206.
Fences will be lowered during the day to accommodate ponies. Times to be determined based on demand.
Jumper Ring 1 - Closed
WEDNESDAY Grand Prix Stadium 123. 121. 127. 125. 29. 31. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 507. 207.
$2,500 Adult Jumper, Time First Jump-Off $2,500 Children's Jumper, Time First Jump-Off $1,500 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper, Time First Jump-Off $1,500 Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper, Time First Jump-Off $650 Adequan Working Hunter $350 Adequan Working Hunter U/S HITS Working Hunter 2'6" - Professional HITS Working Hunter 2'6" - Professional HITS Working Hunter 2'6" - Professional U/S *HITS Hunter 2'6" - Professional Championship Presentation HITS Working Hunter 2'6" - Non-Professional HITS Working Hunter 2'6" - Non-Professional HITS Working Hunter 2'6" - Non-Professional U/S *HITS Hunter 2'6" - Non-Pro Championship Presentation HITS Working Hunter 2' HITS Working Hunter 2' HITS Working Hunter 2' - U/S *HITS Hunter 2' - Championship Presentation Hudson 2'6" Adult Equitation Classic
THURSDAY 8 am
$7,500 Child Jumper Classic, Time First Jump-Off $7,500 Adult Jumper Classic, Time First Jump-Off $3,500 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic, Time First Jump-Off $3,500 Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic, Time First Jump-Off $1,000 Adequan Working Hunter Stake *Adequan Hunter Championship Presentation $1,250 SmartPak Adult Working Hunter $750 SmartPak Adult Working Hunter U/S Neue Schule USA Bit O' Straw Restricted Warm-up
$1,500 Neue Schule USA Bit O' Straw Hunter Classic
Jumper Ring 1 8 am - 4 pm: Ticketed Warm-up
M&S 2'6" Children's Medal Final
Jumper Ring 1 8 am - 12 pm: Ticketed Warm-up
505. Hudson Adult Equitation Classic
Grand Prix Stadium
Jumper Ring 1
42. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Ponies (Small) 43. $350 Children's Working Hunter U/S - Ponies (Small)** *Child Hunter - Ponies Sm Championship Presentation 45. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Ponies (Medium) 46. $350 Children's Working Hunter U/S - Ponies (Medium)** *Child Hunter - Ponies Med Championship Presentation 48. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Ponies (Large) 49. $350 Children's Working Hunter U/S - Ponies (Large)** *Child Hunter - Ponies Lrg Championship Presentation 36. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Horses 14/U 37. $350 Children's Working Hunter U/S - Horses 14/U** *Child Hunter - Horses 14/U Championship Presentation 39. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake Horses 15-17 40. $350 Children's Working Hunter U/S - Horses 15-17** *Child Hunter Horses - 15-17 Championship Presentation **Grand Hunter Champion presented by Equine Couture / TuffRider 205. Dover Saddlery Adult Medal Final *Best Adult Rider Presentation 550. Novice Children's/Adult Restricted Warm-Up 50. $1,000 Novice Children's Hunter Classic 51. $1,000 Novice Adult Hunter Classic **Note: U/S classes 43, 46, 49, 37 and 40 will be held in another ring immediately following the respective Over Fences class.
Jumper Ring 1 8 am - 4 pm: Ticketed Warm-up
122. 124. 128. 126. 30. 32. 34. 519. 19.
M&S 2'6" Adult Medal Final
Grand Prix Stadium
$2,000 SmartPak Adult Working Hunter Stake *Adult Hunter Championship Presentation $650 Children's Working Hunter - Horses 14/U $650 Children's Working Hunter - Horses 15-17 $650 Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Large) $650 Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Medium) $650 Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Small) Hudson 2'6" Children's Equitation Classic
502. 508. 501. 504. 503.
Hudson Children's Equitation Classic - Horses Hudson Junior/Amateur Equitation Classic Hudson Junior Equitation Classic Hudson Children's Equitation Classic - Ponies (Large) Hudson Children's Equitation Classic - Ponies (Sm/Med)
SUNDAY Grand Prix Stadium 8 am 203. M&S Children's Medal Final - Ponies (Sm/Med) 204. M&S Children's Medal Final - Ponies (Large) 202. 201. 208.
*Best Junior Rider - Pony Presentation
Back on Track Children's Medal Final - Horses M&S Junior Medal Final M&S Junior/Amateur Horsemanship Final *Best Junior Rider - Horse Presentation
Jumper Ring 1 - Closed
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N , R U L E S & R E G U L AT I O N S CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION: The Horse Show Committee reserves the right to interpret all questions and conditions in regard to or arising out of, or incident to the show without claims for damages or recourse of any kind. All questions not covered in these rules and regulations shall be decided by the Horse Show Management; its decision to be final. The Horse Show Management reserves to itself the right to limit or change the number of accepted entries in any class, section or division, to refuse, accept conditionally, or to cancel any entries, disqualify any riders or exhibitors, prohibit exhibition of entries, and cancel award prizes, without any claim for damages; to change any course, to add a dotted line, to cancel or combine any unfilled classes, or to reschedule classes, after due notice to exhibitors; to change rings or rotate judges; to change specifications in jumper classes as competition warrants. Every horse entered herein for competition will be under the control of the Horse Show Management, but the Show Management will in no case be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur, and it shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Horse Show and the Officials, Employees, Directors, Officers, Sponsoring entities of the horse show and the facilities at which the horse show is held blameless for any loss or accident to his/her horse(s), employee(s), or equipment which may occur from sickness, fire or other cause. ENTRIES: Qualifying period ends August 26, 2018. Wild Card Qualifying classes for Children's and Adult Hunters and Jumpers, Neue Schule USA Bit O' Straw and Medals will be held at HITS-on-the-Hudson VII, August 30-September 3 and VIII, September 6-10. Closing Date: Entries must be received by Wednesday, August 29. Entry Procedure 1. All fees must be in U.S. Funds and made payable to HITS, Inc. 2. All entries must be paid in full at the time of application. The following fees for each horse must accompany the entry blank: a) Stall Fees b) Class Entry Fees c) Paddock and RV fees 3. The entry form for each horse must include: a) Horse Name and complete description b) Rider Name and M&S Membership Number c) All classes or divisions entered d) All mandatory signatures, including legal guardian in the case of a minor exhibitor e) Social Security or Federal ID number for Recipient of Prize Money Awards 4. A Signed Open Check or Credit Card Authorization must be lodged with the Show Secretary before Numbers are issued. ACCEPTANCE LETTERS: Letters will be mailed or emailed by September 8 to the name and address specified on the entry blank. If an entry is declined based on the qualifying criteria, the exhibitor will be notified in writing, and full refund of all fees paid for the horse in question less a $50 office fee, will be made within 30 days of the completion of the show. POST ENTRIES: Entries received after the closing date will be accepted on a firstcome, first-served basis, and only if the desired number of horses in the division has not yet been met. The post entry fee is $50. Post Entries must be paid in full (entry fees and stall fees, if applicable) and accompanied by the $50 post entry fee. In the event the entry is not accepted, all pre-paid fees will be refunded, less a $50 office processing fee. SCRATCH AND REFUND POLICY: Exhibitors shall be held responsible for all entry fees of all horses entered by them or their agents. Horses not shown in classes in which they are entered will forfeit their entry fees and are responsible for full payment of any and all fees owed. Once entered, no horse may be withdrawn from competition w ithout permission of Show Management. Any scratch of horse must be made in writing, by letter or by facsimile, and must be received as follows to be eligible for refund: On or prior to August 29, 2018: Full refund of stall and class entry fees, less a $50 office processing fee, will be given. After August 29 but prior to or on September 5, 2018: Stabling fees will not be refunded. Pre-paid Class Fees, less a $50 office processing fee, will be refunded. After September 5, 2018: Stabling Fees and Class Entry Fees are not refundable.
SUBSTITUTIONS: No substitution of horses will be allowed except for Equitation Horses, in which case a rider may substitute a new horse. The substitution must be made before the class starts and the appropriate paperwork must be completed, i.e., the original horse must be scratched and the new horse entered. There will be no penalty for such a substitution. CROSS ENTRY RESTRICTIONS: A horse may enter and show in any sections for which it has qualified, except as cross entry restrictions set forth within may apply. Exhibitors are responsible for a knowledge of the Rules and Regulations governing the horse show and for their own errors and omissions. In the case of a violation of a cross entry restriction, the exhibitor will forfeit the entry fee, class placing and prize money. QUALIFICATIONS: The show will limit the number of entries accepted in each division. The approximate number of entries that will be accepted in each division is as follows. Wild Card qualifiers will be in addition to these numbers. Neue Schule USA Bit O' Straw Hunter - 50 Novice Children's Hunter Classic - 20 Novice Adult Hunter Classic - 20 HITS Hunter 2'6" - Professional - 10 HITS Hunter 2'6" - Non-Professional - 25 HITS Hunter 2' - 20 Adequan Hunter - 15 SmartPak Adult Hunter - 30 Children's Hunter - Horse - (14 & Under) - 30 Children's Hunter - Horse - (15-17) - 30 Children's Hunter - Pony (Small) - 20 Children's Hunter - Pony (Medium) - 30 Children's Hunter - Pony (Large) - 40 M&S Junior Medal - 50 Back on Track Children's Medal Horse - 60 M&S Children's Medal - Pony (Sm/Med) - 35 M&S Children's Medal - Pony (Large) - 35 Dover Saddlery Adult Medal - 40 M&S 2'6" Children's Medal - 40 M&S 2'6" Adult Medal - 30 M&S Junior/Amateur Horsemanship - 30 Children's Jumper - 30 Adult Jumper - 25 Modified Child/Adult Jumper - 20 Low Child/Adult Jumper - 20 QUALIFYING CRITERIA: A horse's points are recorded during the qualifying period only if the rider of record is a current League Member. A horse may accrue points in any division for which it is eligible, and may accrue points in multiple divisions, with multiple riders, provided the rider of record is a current League Member. Note: Any discrepancies in points must be reported to the League Office within 30 days of posted results; discrepancies in results will not be considered after August 29. RESTRICTED ENTRIES: All Sections restricting entries will use the Marshall & Sterling League National Standings for the current year as the means of qualification. QUALIFYING PERIOD - August 28, 2017 through August 26, 2018. MEMBERSHIP: The Rider must be a League Member in order to ride a qualified horse at the finals. Membership application must be received in the League Office by the closing date of entries. STABLING: Stalls will be 12' x 12' or 10' x 12', permanent, with doors or 10' x 10', portable, with doors. The stall fee is $300. Stalls will be available beginning Monday at noon and ending Monday at noon. Initial bedding will not be provided. After the closing date of entries, stall fees are not refundable. Priority placement in permanent stabling will be given to trainer groups of three or more horses. Arrival prior to Monday Noon must be approved by Show Management. A Per Stall-Per Night fee will apply. Call 845.246.8833 for details. HORSE WATCH: Horses stabled on the show grounds are required to pay a Horse Watch fee of $12 for the show. Horse Watch extends from approximately 9 pm until 5 am daily. Horses will be checked approximately five times each night. Trainers/owners should provide emergency contact information. Forms will be available in the Feed Office, and also in the Prize List at the bottom of the Feed Order Form.
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N , R U L E S & R E G U L AT I O N S C O N T I N U E D FEED STORE: Hay, grain and bedding may be purchased on the grounds. For same day delivery, feed orders must be placed by noon. For feed deliveries prior to arrival (recommended), please use the pre-show order form included in the prize list or online at HitsShows.com. PADDOCKS: Paddocks will be available for $250. After the closing date of entries, paddock fees are not refundable. MOTOR HOMES/RV'S Motor Home on-site spaces include water, electric and sewer hook-up, and are available for $300. After the closing date of entries, Motor Home/RV fees are not refundable. LEGEND CLUB VIP TABLES VIP Tables seating 8 in the Legend Club are available for $1,250 for the week. Membership includes gourmet breakfast and lunch served each show day, prepared by the chefs of Diamond Mills. The Legend Club overlooks the Grand Prix Stadium and schooling area, and is easily accessible from the in-gate area. PRIZE MONEY: The owner of any horse/pony exhibited in classes where prize money is awarded MUST provide a Social Security number or Federal ID number in the space provided on the entry blank. NO prize money checks will be mailed without this information. Prize money checks will be made out to the prize money recipient recorded on the entry blank and will be mailed within 30 days after the completion of the show. Prize Money won by Foreign Exhibitors: Foreign Exhibitors are advised that the U.S. Internal Revenue Service requires sporting events to withhold 30% of prize money won in the United States. Foreign Exhibitors should apply for a U.S. Social Security number and will be asked to complete form W-8BEN prior to prize money being issued. CANADIAN EXHIBITORS: The legend "U.S. Funds" must be preprinted on the face of any Canadian check drawn on a Canadian bank and used to pay any fees at this show. Canadian Exhibitors are urged to contact their banking institution prior to s ending entries, as entries received that do not adhere to this policy will be returned. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS to this policy. NON-NEGOTIABLE CHECKS: Checks returned by the bank for any reason will be assessed a penalty of $50 or 10% of the face value of the check, whichever is greater. Upon Notification of a bad check, accounts will be given three days to make full payment, including penalty, which must be paid in certified funds, cashier's check or money order. An account not brought current within three days will automatically disqualify the entry. Any person presenting a non-negotiable check at this show will be barred from competing in any HITS show until the account is paid.
ELECTRICAL/FIRE REGULATIONS: All electrical installation and connections must meet all state and county codes. Aisles must be kept clear. No cooking, no appliances, and no Glass I Flammable Liquids such as gasoline are allowed inside the buildings at any time. DAMAGE: All owners and exhibitors shall be held responsible for any damage incurred by them, their agents or employees to stalls, buildings and other horse show p roperties, and will be billed accordingly. DOGS: Dogs must be restrained at all times while on the show grounds. N on-compliance will result in a $100 fine. MOTORIZED VEHICLES / GOLF CARTS: Unlicensed drivers are not permitted to operate any motorized vehicles—ATV's, motorcycles, golf carts, etc. on the show grounds. Any exhibitor who does not abide by this regulation will be barred from further competition in the show, and all entry and stabling fees will be forfeited. PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR: Protective headgear passing or surpassing ASTM Standards for equestrian use must be worn at all times when riding on the premises. It must be properly fitted with harness secured. It is the responsibility of the rider, or parent or guardian of the junior exhibitor, to see to it that the headgear worn complies with appropriate safety standards and is properly fitted, fastened and in good condition. ATTIRE: Appropriate dress is required in all classes. Formal Attire (Jumpers): Scarlet, black, dark blue or dark green coat; white shirt with white stock, tie, or choker; white, fawn, or canary breeches; hunt cap; black or brown boots. Formal Attire (Hunters): Scarlet, black or dark blue coat; white shirt with white stock, tie, or choker; white, fawn, or canary breeches; hunt cap, black or brown boots. MINOR EXHIBITORS: Parent(s) or guardian(s) of minor exhibitors shall hold the Horse Show Management and the Facility harmless for any injury to such minor. No child's entry will be accepted or number issued unless the entry is signed by a parent or legal guardian. The signature of unrelated persons will not be accepted. SCHOOLING: Ticketed warm-ups will be available. See Tentative Time schedule for times. Tickets will be $30 and must be purchased in the horse show office. LUNGEING: Lungeing will be permitted only in designated areas. Lungeing in the show rings or schooling areas is prohibited at all times. POLING: Manual Poling or the use of bamboo off-sets is prohibited at all times. Violation will result in the horse or pony being barred from further competition in the show, and all entry and stabling fees will be forfeited.
CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS: The prices in this catalogue reflect a Discount for payment by Cash, Check, or other means not involving the use of a Credit Card. 3% is placed on all credit card transactions.
JUMP ORDERS: There will be a posted jump order in all classes. An entry will be given one minute to enter the ring or miss their spot in the order and forfeit the entry fee. The one minute rule will be strictly enforced.
MEDICAL WASTE: Sharps must be placed in the proper receptacles. Anyone found in violation shall be subject to a fine or other penalties deemed necessary by Show Management.
YEAR-END BANQUET: One complimentary ticket will be provided to each rider receiving a Year-End award or competing in the Finals. Additional Tickets may be purchased for $25 each. Tickets are limited. Banquet tickets purchased at the show must be purchased by Friday noon, on a first-come, first served basis. Tickets will not be available at the door. Groups of four or more must also complete the Table Seating form in the prize list.
HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: All horses entering the grounds must have and provide Proof of Vaccination for Equine Influenza and EHV 1 and EHV 4 within six months of competition. Horses must also be accompanied by the Event Participation Form completed by the Owner, Trainer or Agent. Documents must be filed with the Show Office before competition numbers will be issued. All horses on the grounds are subject to examination by HITS Officials/Designated Representatives or State Officials (collectively “Officials”) for determining whether such animals are or have been infected/exposed to infectious or contagious disease. If Officials have reason to believe that an animal’s health condition places other animals at risk, the Officials, at their sole discretion, may quarantine such animal (and others that may have been infected/exposed) or, if appropriate, require that such animals be transported off the grounds. All participants agree to fully cooperate with event Officials and abide by their decisions and instructions. Failure to comply shall be grounds for immediate expulsion and/or disciplinary action by competition, and/or by state/ local or federal animal health officials. DRUG TESTING: Drug testing will be at the discretion of the Show Management. Contact our office at 845.246.8833 for further details.
PARCEL DELIVERIES: Management will not be responsible for mail or parcel deliveries made to exhibitors. Parcels will be accepted only between September 10-16. Address during the show: HITS-on-the-Hudson, 454 Washington Ave. Ext., Saugerties, NY 12477, c/o "Exhibitor Name." MAIL/TELEPHONE Prior to the show: All entries should be mailed to, and all communication with HITS should be directed to our Corporate Office: HITS Inc., 319 Main Street, Saugerties, NY 12477, 845.246.8833. HitsShows.com. During the Show: All telephone communication should be directed to the Horse Show Office: 845.246.5515. HITS-on-the-Hudson, 454 Washington Ave. Ext., Saugerties, NY 12477.
Y E A R - E N D AWA R D S B A N Q U E T
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 6 PM One complimentary ticket will be provided to each rider receiving a Year-End award or competing in the Finals. Additional Tickets may be purchased for $25 each. Availability is limited. See advertisement in the Prize List for more details. Groups of four or more must complete the Table Seating form below and submit when ordering tickets. Reserved Group Seating offered only if Group Seating Form is submitted by 12 noon Friday, September 14. If submitting this form with entries, be sure to order tickets in the space provided on the Entry Form. GROUP SEATING FORM
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Contact Info: Total $ Name:__________________ Cell:__________ Cash Check Credit Card Charge to Entry Email:______________________________________ Office Use Only Payment Details Table #:___________________ Total Seats:_________________
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Enjoy a totally new experience at our modern, spacious and comfortable full service hotel and Conference Center. The entire hotel has been beautifully transformed inside and out with a multi-million dollar renovation. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Kingston is located in the Historic Hudson River Valley region of New York State and surrounded by the picturesque beauty of the Catskill Mountains. Centrally located between Albany and New York City, this Kingston hotel is easily accessible from the NYS Thruway I-87 at Exit 19.
BLUE MOUNTAIN HORSE FARM B&B 845.901.5324 781 Blue Mountain Road, Saugerties
Conveniently located to the HITS show grounds, The Blue Mountain Manor offers modern, spacious guest rooms and suites with all the comforts of home and more — cozy, fluffy duvets, personal refrigerators and keurig coffeemakers, flat screen tv, internet and wi-fi, as well as gorgeous grounds and striking views of Hudson Valley’s natural beauty.
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COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT 845.382.2300 500 Frank Sottile Boulevard, Kingston
Courtyard by Marriott Kingston, NY hotel, located in the heart of the beautiful Catskill Mountains, is your destination hotel in the Kingston, NY area. Our newly renovated lobby, featuring The Bistro* with Starbucks, and our spacious guest rooms make us the smart choice in Hudson Valley Hotels. We are just minutes from the NYS Thruway I-87. Kingston, NY is the first capital of New York for which the area is filled with history and pride. Business or leisure, our Courtyard Kingston Hotel will help you to relax.
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS 845.336.6200 1835 Ulster Avenue, Lake Katrine
The Holiday Inn Express is a brand new 101 room hotel with a close proximity to the HITS Horse Show, Rhinecliff Bridge, and the NYS Thruway. The hotel offers many amenities such as complimentary breakfast, a safe, refrigerator, and Keurig coffee maker in each room, as well as an indoor pool and fitness facility. Our Meeting Room, which adjoins a lovely outdoor patio, accommodates 67 people and is available for rental for private parties.
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You’ll always be supported in your daily routine when you stay at Residence Inn. The ample workspace, Internet access and business services keep you focused. And the fully-equipped kitchen, fitness center and social events help you stay balanced. It’s a combination that allows you to maintain your pace throughout your stay. It’s not a room. It’s a Residence.
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2017 MARSHALL & STERLING DIVISION WINNERS HUNTER DIVISION CHAMPIONS
JUMPER CLASSIC WINNERS
ADEQUAN HUNTER Ch Caribbean Beach – Aria Shoemaker (NJ) Res Pappy Van Winkle – Shannon Dickinson (FL) SMARTPAK ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER Trophy donated in 1992 by M&S Insurance Ch Redford – Tracie Glicker (NJ) Res Cherry B – Kelly Champion (NY) CHILDREN’S HUNTER HORSE - 14 & Under Trophy donated in 1996 by Corona/Lexol Ch Winston – Grace Gara (PA) Res Eur-Honor – Kate Egan (NJ) CHILDREN’S HUNTER HORSE - 15-17 Trophy donated in 1996 by Corona/Lexol Ch Ben Z – Kathryn Pizzuti (NY) Res Applause – Hayden Wilkes (NJ) CHILDREN’S HUNTER PONY – SMALL Ch Heaven Scent Raindrop – Grace Bankowski (PA) Res Oompa Loompa – Alexandra Sica (CT)
CHILDREN'S JUMPER CLASSIC Trophy donated in 1996 by Stoneleigh Burnham School Finnegan - Sophia Kelly (PA) ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC Trophy donated in 1996 by Judge Manning Horse Transport Elevation 1147- Kendall Casaccio (NJ) LOW CHILDREN’S/ADULT JUMPER Bavara - Blythe Novick (CT) MODIFIED CHILDREN’S/ADULT JUMPER Bonita – Joanne Murphy-Clementine (NJ)
CHILDREN’S HUNTER PONY – MEDIUM Ch Hillcrest Leading Lady – Helen Ryan (NY) Res Champlain Celebration – Sophie Whidden (CT) Res Northwinds Top Secret – Ella Witt (NJ) CHILDREN’S HUNTER PONY – LARGE Ch Waterlily – Charis Baumann (NY) Res Mapleside Corinthian – Julia Ryan (NY) HITS 2’6” HUNTER – Professional Ch Ben Z – Germaine Dougherty (NY) Res Coriander – Brooke Chasin (NY) HITS 2’6” HUNTER – Non-Professional Ch Town Crier – Lindsay Neill (NJ) Res La Vie’s Legacy – Caitlyn Tomlin (NJ) HITS 2’0” HUNTER Ch Debonaire – Carolyn Ullerick ( NY) Res Pokerface – Winter Tietjen (NJ) NEUE SCHULE USA BIT O’ STRAW HUNTER CLASSIC Trophy donated in 2008 by Nancy Taylor and Jessica Benoliel in memory of Keene Taylor Ch Be Brilliant – Isabel Massart (NY) Res Count Fleetwood – Haylee Scandell (NY) NOVICE CHILD HUNTERS Ch: Air Time – Gianna Salituri (NJ) Res: Portofino Ramiro – Hannah Jablons (NJ) NOVICE ADULT HUNTERS Ch: Luminary – Tricia Flood (NJ) Res: Colour Magi – Amy Porchetta (NJ)
MEDAL FINAL WINNERS M&S JUNIOR MEDAL Mackenzie Suffy (NJ) M&S BACK-ON-TRACK CHILDREN’S HORSE MEDAL Melanie Dunton (PA) M&S CHILDREN’S PONY MEDAL – SMALL/MEDIUM Isobel Stanger (NY) M&S CHILDREN’S PONY MEDAL – LARGE Eloise Foster (CT) M&S DOVER SADDLERY ADULT MEDAL Tracie Glicker (NJ) M&S 2’6” CHILDREN’S MEDAL Grey Schweitzer (NY) M&S 2’6” ADULT MEDAL Renee Russo (PA) M&S JUNIOR/AMATEUR HORSEMANSHIP MEDAL Annalise Manoog (MA)
SPECIAL AWARDS GRAND HUNTER CHAMPION Caribbean Beach – Aria Shoemaker (NJ) BEST JUNIOR RIDER – HORSE Grace Gara (PA) BEST JUNIOR RIDER – PONY Helen Ryan (NY) M&S BEST ADULT RIDER Tracie Glicker (NJ)
YEAR-END HIGH POINT WINNERS ADEQUAN HUNTER Caribbean Beach – Aria Shoemaker (NJ) ADULT HUNTER Quito – Brenda Tananbaum (CT) NEUE SCHULE USA BIT O’ STRAW CLASSIC Uluru – Michelle Plain (NY) HITS 2’0” HUNTER Baja – Dawn VonBernuth (CT) HITS 2’6” HUNTER Uptown Girl – Elspeth Roake (CT) CHILDREN'S HUNTER HORSE LaVie’s Legacy – Caitlyn Tomlin (NJ) CHILDREN’S HUNTER PONY – SMALL/MEDIUM Champlain Celebration – Sophie Whidden (CT) CHILDREN’S HUNTER PONY – LARGE Johnny Rocket – Olivia Thomas (NJ) NOVICE CHILD HUNTER Coco Chanel – Mya Pinski (IL) NOVICE ADULT HUNTER Fierrot – Lauren Tillman (IL) ADULT JUMPER Miss Demeaner – Shannon Gillooly (NJ) CHILDREN'S JUMPER EZ to Spot – Devon Owen (NJ) CHILDREN’S JUMPER LOW Upcountry Panteon – Annika Srivastava (CT) LOW ADULT JUMPER Stormy Bay – Laura Tommaso (IL) MODIFIED CHILDREN’S JUMPER Delilah – Skyler Hendricks (IL) MODIFIED ADULT JUMPER Cor De Pomme – Elizabeth Kirby (NJ) M&S DOVER SADDLERY ADULT MEDAL Brenda Tananbaum (CT) M&S BACK ON TRACK CHILDREN’S HORSE MEDAL Bridget Tyksinski (NJ) M&S CHILDREN'S PONY MEDAL – SMALL/MEDIUM Kayla Maurer (NY) M&S CHILDREN’S PONY MEDAL – LARGE Olivia Corwin (NY) M&S JUNIOR MEDAL Claire Chestnutt (NJ) M&S 2’6” CHILDREN’S MEDAL Amanda Bossert (NJ) M&S 2’6” ADULT MEDAL Dawn Mazzaccaro (NJ) M&S JUNIOR/AMATEUR HORSEMANSHIP MEDAL Tomiko McGovern (NY)
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HUNTER DIVISION SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL HUNTER CLASSES Hunter Over Fences To be shown over approximately eight fences at the required height. To be judged on performance and soundness unless otherwise noted. Hunter Under Saddle To be shown at a walk, trot and canter. May be asked to hand gallop at the discretion of the judge, but no more than eight to gallop at one time. Martingales not permitted. Champion & Reserve To be awarded to two of the four horses accumulating the most points over fences. In addition, when applicable, only these will receive full points for ribbons won under saddle. Points to be awarded as follows: 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, 1/2. Hunter Classic To be scored under the open numerical judging system. The top 12 will return to jump a second round in reverse order of their scores. Scores will be added from both rounds to determine the winners. In case of a tie for first place, judges will confer to break the tie. All other ties will remain. Jogging Hunter sections will not be jogged. Attire Proper attire required for all classes. Formal Attire requested for all Hunter Stake classes.
NEUE SCHULE USA BIT O' STRAW HUNTER
Open to horses and ponies to be ridden by Junior or Amateur riders. Riders may cross enter only into the HITS Working Hunter, Novice Adult or Novice Children's Hunter Division. Horses, with another rider, may cross enter into any division for which they are eligible. Fences 2’6” with spreads not to exceed fence height. $1,500 Neue Schule USA Bit O’ Straw Hunter Classic Entries will be limited to approximately 50 horses/ponies in this section. Entry Fee: $175 for this class. 19. $1,500 Neue Schule USA Bit O' Straw Hunter Classic
ADEQUAN WORKING HUNTER An Adequan Hunter is a horse of any age and is not restricted by previous showing in any division. Fences 3'5". $2,000 Adequan Working Hunter Section Entries will be limited to approximately 15 horses in this section. Entry Fee: $275 for this section. (Individual Classes may NOT be entered.) 29. $650 Adequan Working Hunter 30. $1,000 Adequan Working Hunter Stake 31. $350 Adequan Working Hunter Under Saddle
Neue Schule Bit O’ Straw Restricted Warm-up Open to those horse/rider combinations also showing in the Neue Schule USA Bit O' Straw Hunter Classic. Entry Fee: $75 for this class. 519. Neue Schule USA Bit O' Straw Restricted Warm-up
HITS WORKING HUNTER
Open to horses and ponies to be ridden by Juniors, Amateurs or Professional riders. (Professionals may NOT ride ponies.) Horses and riders may cross enter into any division for which they are eligible. Horses may only compete in one section of HITS Working Hunter. Fences 2' and 2’6” with spreads not to exceed fence height. HITS Working Hunter Sections Entry Fee: $175 for each section. (Individual Classes may NOT be entered.) HITS Working Hunter 2'6" - Professional Entries will be limited to approximately 10 horses in this section. 20. HITS Working Hunter - Professional 21. HITS Working Hunter - Professional 22. HITS Working Hunter - Professional Under Saddle
HITS Working Hunter 2'6" - Non-Professional Entries will be limited to approximately 25 horses/ponies in this section. 23. HITS Working Hunter - Non-Professional 24. HITS Working Hunter - Non-Professional 25. HITS Working Hunter - Non-Professional Under Saddle HITS Working Hunter 2' Entries will be limited to approximately 20 horses/ponies in this section. 26. HITS Working Hunter 2' 27. HITS Working Hunter 2' 28. HITS Working Hunter 2' Under Saddle
LEGEND® (hyaluronate sodium) Injectable Solution by Merial
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Everyday training and competing takes its toll. Before joint issues sideline your dreams, attack them with LEGEND. It delivers effective therapy whether delivered into the vein (IV) or the joint (IA).1 Talk to your veterinarian and be an equine LEGEND.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: The safety of LEGEND has not been evaluated in breeding stallions or in breeding, pregnant or lactating mares. The following adverse reactions have been reported following use of LEGEND Injectable Solution: Following intravenous use: occasional depression, lethargy, and fever. Following intra-articular (LEGEND Injectable Solution — 2 mL only) use: lameness, joint effusion, joint or injection site swelling, and joint pain.
LEGEND® Multi Dose
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For Intravenous Use in Horses Only Not for Intra-Articular Use and
4 mL For Intravenous Use In Horses Only 2 mL For Intravenous or Intra-Articular Use In Horses Only BRIEF SUMMARY Prior to use please consult the product insert, a summary of which follows:
SMARTPAK ADULT WORKING HUNTER
Open to horses and ponies to be ridden by Amateur riders who are no longer eligible to compete as junior exhibitors. Fences 3' with spreads not to exceed fence height. $4,000 SmartPak Adult Working Hunter Section Entries will be limited to approximately 30 horses in this section. Entry Fee: $400 for this section. (Individual Classes may NOT be entered.) 32. $1,250 SmartPak Adult Working Hunter 33. $2,000 SmartPak Adult Working Hunter Stake 34. $750 SmartPak Adult Working Hunter Under Saddle
CHILDREN'S WORKING HUNTER – HORSES
Open to horses to be ridden by a junior exhibitor. Fences 3' with spreads not to exceed fence height.
CAUTION Federal Law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.
$2,000 Children's Working Hunter Horse Sections Entry Fee: $275 for each section. (Individual Classes may NOT be entered.)
INDICATIONS LEGEND® Injectable Solution and LEGEND® Multi Dose Injectable Solution are indicated in the treatment of equine joint dysfunction associated with equine osteoarthritis.
Children's Working Hunter - Horses 14 & Under Entries will be limited to approximately 30 horses in this section. 35. $650 Children's Working Hunter - Horses 36. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Horses 37. $350 Children's Working Hunter Under Saddle - Horses
CONTRAINDICATIONS There are no known contraindications for the use of LEGEND® Injectable Solution and LEGEND® Multi Dose Injectable Solution in horses. RESIDUE WARNINGS Do not use in horses intended for human consumption. HUMAN WARNINGS Not for use in humans. Keep out of reach of children. ANIMAL SAFETY WARNING For LEGEND Injectable Solution 4 mL and LEGEND Multi Dose Injectable Solution – Not for Intra-articular use. The Intra-articular safety of hyaluronate sodium with benzyl alcohol has not been evaluated. PRECAUTIONS Complete lameness evaluation should be conducted by a veterinarian. Sterile procedure during the injection process must be followed. Intra-articular injections should not be made through skin that is inflamed, infected or has had a topical product applied. The safety of LEGEND Injectable Solution and LEGEND Multi Dose has not been evaluated in breeding stallions or in breeding, pregnant or lactating mares. ADVERSE REACTIONS No side effects were observed in LEGEND Injectable Solution clinical field trials. Side effects reported post-approval: Following intravenous use: Occasional depression, lethargy, and fever. Following intraarticular (LEGEND Injectable Solution – 2 mL only) use: joint or injection site swelling and joint pain. For medical emergencies or to report adverse reactions, call 1-800-422-9874. ANIMAL SAFETY SUMMARY Animal safety studies utilizing LEGEND Multi Dose Injectable Solution were not performed. LEGEND Multi Dose Injectable Solution was approved based on the conclusion that the safety of LEGEND Multi Dose Injectable Solution will not differ from that demonstrated for the original formulation of LEGEND Injectable Solution. LEGEND Injectable Solution was administered to normal horses at one, three and five times the recommended intra-articular dosage of 20 mg and the intravenous dose of 40 mg. Treatments were given weekly for nine consecutive weeks. No adverse clinical or clinical pathologic signs were observed. Injection site swelling of the joint capsule was similar to that seen in the saline treated control horses. No gross or histological lesions were observed in areas of the treated joint. For customer care or to obtain product information, including a Material Safety Data Sheet, call 1-888-637-4251 Option 2. ®LEGEND is a registered trademark, and ™ the Horse Logo is a trademark, of Merial. ©2016 Merial, Inc., Duluth, GA. All rights reserved.
Children's Working Hunter - Horses 15-17 Entries will be limited to approximately 30 horses in this section. 38. $650 Children's Working Hunter - Horses 39. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Horses 40. $350 Children's Working Hunter Under Saddle - Horses
CHILDREN'S WORKING HUNTER – PONIES
Open to ponies to be ridden by a junior exhibitor. Fences 2'6" for Large Ponies; 2' for Small/Medium Ponies, Spreads not to exceed fence height. $2,000 Children's Working Hunter Pony Sections Entry Fee: $275 for each section. (Individual Classes may NOT be entered.) Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Small) Entries will be limited to approximately 20 ponies in this section. 41. $650 Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Small) 42. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Ponies (Small) 43. $350 Children's Working Hunter Under Saddle - Ponies (Small) Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Medium) Entries will be limited to approximately 30 ponies in this section. 44. $650 Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Medium) 45. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Ponies (Medium) 46. $350 Children's Working Hunter Under Saddle - Ponies (Medium) Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Large) Entries will be limited to approximately 40 ponies in this section. 47. $650 Children's Working Hunter - Ponies (Large) 48. $1,000 Children's Working Hunter Stake - Ponies (Large) 49. $350 Children's Working Hunter Under Saddle - Ponies (Large)
NOVICE CHILDREN’S/ADULT HUNTER
Open to horses and ponies to be ridden by Junior or Amateur riders. Riders may cross enter only into the HITS Working Hunter and Bit O’ Straw Hunter Divisions. Horses, with another rider, may cross enter into any division for which they are eligible. Fences 2’6” with spreads not to exceed fence height. Novice Children’s/Adult Hunter Classics Entries will be limited to approximately 20 horses/ponies in each classic. Entry Fee: $150 for each class 50. $1,000 Novice Children’s Hunter Classic 51. $1,000 Novice Adult Hunter Classic Novice Children’s/Adult Hunter Restricted Warm-up Open to those horse/rider combinations also showing the Novice Children’s or Adult Hunter Classics. Entry Fee: $75 for the class 550. Novice Children’s/Adult Hunter Restricted Warm-up
E Q U I TAT I O N D I V I S I O N 201. M&S JUNIOR MEDAL FINAL
Entry Fee: $125 Approximately 50 riders will be accepted for the Final. To be shown over a course of at least 10 fences at 3'6" including a combination and at least two changes of direction after the first fence. The top 12 riders will return for a second round. Further testing will be at the judge's discretion. The same horse must be used in all p hases. Only one rider per horse. Rider may cross enter into the M&S Junior/Amateur Horsemanship Final.
501. Hudson Junior Equitation Classic
Entry Fee: $75 Open to riders qualified for the Junior Medal Final. To be shown over a course of at least eight fences the required height.
202. BACK ON TRACK CHILDREN'S MEDAL FINAL - HORSE
502. Hudson Children's Equitation Classic - Horse
Entry Fee: $75 Open to riders qualified for the Children's Medal Final on Ponies. To be shown over a course of at least eight fences the required height.
Entry Fee: $75 Open to riders qualified for the Adult Medal Final. To be shown over a course of at least eight fences the required height.
206. M&S 2’6” CHILDREN'S MEDAL FINAL 207. M&S 2’6” ADULT MEDAL FINAL Entry Fee: $125
Approximately 70 (40 Child and 30 Adult) will be accepted for the Final. To be shown over a course of at least 10 fences at 2’6” including two changes of direction after the first fence. The top 12 riders will return for a second round. Further testing will be at the judge’s discretion. The same horse/pony must be used in all phases. Only one rider per horse/pony. No cross entry of rider into the M&S Children’s Horse or Adult (3’) Medal Finals or M&S Children’s Pony Medal Final, or any class with fences 3’ or higher.
506. Hudson 2’6” Children’s Equitation Classic 507. Hudson 2’6” Adult Equitation Classic
Entry Fee: $75 Open to riders qualified for the 2’6” Children’s and Adult Medals Finals. To be shown over a course of at least eight fences the required height.
208. M&S JR/AMATEUR HORSEMANSHIP FINAL
Entry Fee: $125 Approximately 70 riders (35 in each section) will be accepted for the Final. Fences 2'6" for Large Ponies; 2' for Small/Medium Ponies. To be shown over a course of at least 10 fences including a combination and at least two changes of direction after the first fence. The top 12 riders will return for a second round. Further testing will be at the judge's discretion. The same pony must be used in all phases. Only one rider per pony. No cross entry of rider into the M&S Children's Horse Medal Final, the 2'6" Children's Medal Final, or the M&S Junior or Junior/Amateur Horsemanship Finals.
503. Hudson Child Equitation Classic - Ponies (Sm/Med) 504. Hudson Child Equitation Classic - Ponies (Large)
Entry Fee: $125 Approximately 40 riders will be accepted for in the Final. To be shown over a course of at least 10 fences at 3' including a combination and at least two changes of direction after the first fence. The top 12 riders will return for a second round. Further testing will be at the judge's discretion. The same horse must be used in all phases. Only one rider per horse. No cross entry of rider into the 2'6" Adult Medal Final
505. Hudson Adult Equitation Classic
Entry Fee: $75 Open to riders qualified for the Children's Medal Final on Horses. To be shown over a course of at least eight fences the required height.
203. M&S CHILD MEDAL FINAL - PONY (Sm/Med) 204. M&S CHILD MEDAL FINAL - PONY (Lrg)
Entry Fee: $125
Approximately 60 riders will be accepted for the Final. To be shown over a course of at least 10 fences at 3' including a combination and at least two changes of direction after the first fence. The top 12 riders will return for a second round. Further testing will be at the judge's discretion. The same horse must be used in all phases. Only one rider per horse. No cross entry of rider into the M&S Junior, Children's Pony or 2'6" Children's or Adult Medal Finals.
205. DOVER SADDLERY ADULT MEDAL FINAL
Entry Fee: $125 Approximately 30 riders will be accepted for the Final. To be shown over a course of at least 10 fences at 3’3” including a Liverpool, combination and two changes of direction after the first fence. The top 12 riders will return to show on the flat. Flat phase to include the working walk, working trot sitting, working trot rising, working trot rising showing a lengthening of stride, working canter, working canter showing a lengthening of stride, and the counter canter. Further testing will be at the judge’s discretion. Running martingales or standing martingales allowed in the jumping phase. No martingales allowed in the flat phase. Change of bridle is permissible between phases. The same horse must be used in all phases. Only one rider per horse. Rider MAY cross enter into the M&S Junior, Children’s Horse or Adult (3') Medal Finals.
508. Hudson Junior/Amateur Equitation Classic
Entry Fee: $75 Open to riders qualified for the Junior/Amateur Horsemanship Final. To be shown over a course of at least eight fences the required height.
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JUMPER DIVISION SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALL JUMPER CLASSES
Entry Procedure Horses must list the division in which they will show on their entry blank. Equipment Only standing or running martingales, used in a conventional manner are permitted. Draw reins or restricted martingales are prohibited. Awards Winners to ride for presentation of awards. Attire Proper attire required in all classes. Formal attire required for Classics. Ties All ties involving first place shall be jumped off. Ties not involving first place will be decided upon time. Order-of-Go The Order-of-Go will be drawn.
CHILDREN'S JUMPER DIVISION
To be ridden by a junior exhibitor. The rider at the finals must have earned points with the horse during the qualifying period. Fences 3'6"; spreads 3'6"-4'. $10,000 Children's Jumper Division Entries will be limited to approximately 30 horses in this Division. Entry Fee: $500 for this Division. (Individual classes may NOT be entered.) 121. $2,500 Children's Jumper - Time First Jump-off 122. $7,500 Children's Jumper Classic - Time First Jump-off
MODIFIED CHILDREN’S/ADULT JUMPER
To be ridden by Junior or Amateur Riders. The rider at the finals must have earned points with the horse during the qualifying period. The Rider, with a different horse, may cross enter into Low Children’s Adult Jumper. Rider may not cross enter into any class with fences 3’6” or higher. Fences 3’; spreads to 3’.
ADULT JUMPER DIVISION
To be ridden by amateur riders no longer eligible to compete as junior exhibitors. The rider at the finals must have earned points with the horse during the qualifying period. Fences 3'6"; spreads 3'6"-4'. $10,000 Adult Jumper Division Entries will be limited to approximately 25 horses in this Division. Entry Fee: $500 for this Division. (Individual classes may NOT be entered.) 123. $2,500 Adult Jumper - Time First Jump-off 124. $7,500 Adult Jumper Classic - Time First Jump-off
LOW CHILDREN’S/ADULT JUMPER
To be ridden by Junior or Amateur Riders. The rider at the finals must have earned points with the horse during the qualifying period. The Rider, with a different horse, may cross enter into Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper or High Children’s/Adult Jumper. Fences 3’3”; spreads 3’-3’6”.
$5,000 Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper Division Entries will be limited to approximately 20 horses in this Division. Entry Fee: $300 for the Division. (Individual classes may NOT be entered).
$5000 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper Division Entries will be limited to approximately 20 horses in this Division. Entry Fee: $300 for the Division. (Individual classes may NOT be entered).
125. $1,500 Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper - Time First Jump-off 126. $3,500 Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic - Time First Jump-off
127. $1,500 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper - Time First Jump-off 128. $3,500 Low Children’s/Adult Jumper Classic - Time First Jump-off
L E A D I N G R I D E R AWA R D S 301. Best Junior Rider - Horse Entry Fee: $35 To include all riders on horses in the Hunter, Jumper and Equitation Divisions. To be determined by a vote of the judges.
303. Best Adult Rider Entry Fee: $35 To include all riders on horses in the Hunter, Jumper and Equitation Divisions. To be determined by a vote of the judges.
302. Best Junior Rider - Pony Entry Fee: $35 To include all riders on ponies in the Hunter, Jumper and Equitation Divisions. To be determined by a vote of the judges.
GRAND HUNTER CHAMPION presented by Equine Couture/TuffRider To be awarded to the horse or pony acquiring the greatest number of points in the Children’s Hunter, Children’s Hunter Pony, Adult Hunter, HITS Hunter or Adequan Hunter divisions.
SOCIAL EVENTS Friday, September 14, 6 pm YEAR-END AWARDS BANQUET
Saturday, September 15, 2 pm ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Diamond Mills Hotel - Partition Street, Saugerties
On the Showgrounds
This special evening will feature the presentation of the Year-End Awards to the top ten in each division.
All are invited! Enjoy an afternoon with ice cream and friends!
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EQUINE HEALTH ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
CAUTION: Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. EQUIOXX® (firocoxib) is indicated for the control of pain and inflammation associated with osteoarthritis in horses. Firocoxib belongs to the coxib class of non-narcotic, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID). CONTRAINDICATIONS: Horses with hypersensitivity to firocoxib should not receive EQUIOXX. WARNINGS: EQUIOXX is for use in horses only. Do not use in horses intended for human consumption. Do not use in humans. Store EQUIOXX Tablets out of the reach of dogs, children, and other pets in a secured location in order to prevent accidental ingestion or overdose. Consult a physician in case of accidental human exposure. Horses should undergo a thorough history and physical examination before initiation of NSAID therapy. Appropriate laboratory tests should be conducted to establish hematological and serum biochemical baseline data before and periodically during administration of any NSAID. NSAIDs may inhibit the prostaglandins that maintain normal homeostatic function. Such anti-prostaglandin effects may result in clinically significant disease in patients with underlying or pre-existing disease that has not been previously diagnosed. Treatment with EQUIOXX should be terminated if signs such as inappetance, colic, abnormal feces, or lethargy are observed. As a class, cyclooxygenase inhibitory NSAIDs may be associated with gastrointestinal, renal, and hepatic toxicity. Sensitivity to drug-associated adverse events varies with the individual patient. Horses that have experienced adverse reactions from one NSAID may experience adverse reactions from another NSAID. Patients at greatest risk for adverse events are those that are dehydrated, on diuretic therapy, or those with existing renal, cardiovascular, and/ or hepatic dysfunction. The majority of patients with drug-related adverse reactions recover when the signs are recognized, drug administration is stopped, and veterinary care is initiated. Concurrent administration of potentially nephrotoxic drugs should be carefully approached or avoided. Since many NSAIDs possess the potential to produce gastrointestinal ulcerations and/or gastrointestinal perforation, concomitant use of EQUIOXX with other anti-inflammatory drugs, such as NSAIDs or corticosteroids, should be avoided. The concomitant use of protein bound drugs with EQUIOXX has not been studied in horses. The influence of concomitant drugs that may inhibit the metabolism of EQUIOXX has not been evaluated. Drug compatibility should be monitored in patients requiring adjunctive therapy. The safe use of EQUIOXX in horses less than one year of age, horses used for breeding, or in pregnant or lactating mares has not been evaluated. Consider appropriate washout times when switching from one NSAID to another NSAID or corticosteroid. The Safety Data Sheet (SDS) contains more detailed occupational safety information. For technical assistance, to request an SDS, or to report suspected adverse events call 1-877-217-3543. For additional information about adverse event reporting for animal drugs, contact FDA at 1-888-FDA-VETS, or http://www.fda.gov/AnimalVeterinary. Rev 10/2016
Protecting the health of your horse and other horses at HITS-on-the-Hudson is of the utmost importance to HITS. Beginning in 2013, HITS implemented Required Biosecurity Measures to decrease the risk of introduction and/or spread of contagious or infectious disease at its shows. Horses must arrive only between the hours of 8 am - 5 pm daily. Off-hours arrival must obtain permission from Show Management, by calling 845.246.5515, 24 hours prior to arrival.
UPON ARRIVAL TO HITS-ON-THE-HUDSON, ALL HORSES MUST HAVE/PROVIDE:
EVENT PARTICIPATION DECLARATIONRequired Signed by the owner/agent/trainer verifying that the horse has been healthy with no sign of infectious disease and has not had a fever above 102°F within 72 hours (3 days) of arrival. The Event Participation form must be on file for the duration of the show. The Event Participation Declaration Form is available in this prize list and at HitsShows.com.
PROOF OF VACCINATIONRequired Via a signed statement from the attending veterinarian that the horse has been vaccinated against the following: Within 6 months (180 days) of each show: Equine Influenza Within 6 months (180 days) of each show: EHV 1 and EHV 4 If a vaccination will expire during one of the shows, the horse must receive its new vaccination prior to being issued a competition number for that show.
PRESENTATION OF HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
The Equine Health Requirements are Required for all horses entering the Show Grounds both Showing and Non-Showing. These documents must be filed in the Show Office before any competition numbers will be issued. In addition, random checks for Equine Health Requirements will occur. Be sure to keep a copy of all of your horse’s Equine Health Requirements in an easily accessible spot (in your tack room or tack trunk, truck or trailer) to ensure you can comply with this requirement. The results on all required papers must indicate the horse’s registered (show) name. Any horse not accompanied by these documents will be directed to the Show Veterinarian to obtain the required documents and/or vaccinations, and/or will be placed in quarantined stabling until the proper documents are obtained. Any horse showing signs of fever/illness/ stress is subject to examination by HITS Officials and/or the Show Veterinarian, who may at their sole discretion, place the horse in quarantined stabling or take further action if deemed necessary. See Rules and Regs for more information, and visit HitsShows.com for the most up to date requirements.
2018 HITS SAUGERTIES | EVENT PARTICIPATION DECLARATION Upon arrival to HITS-on-the-Hudson, I hereby certify the following: Trainer's Name _________________________________________ Home Phone ____________________________________________ Arrival Date
_________________________________________ Cell Phone
If Person Completing Form Is Different From Trainer Named Above, Please Complete The Agent Information Below:
_________________________________________ Agent Phone ____________________________________________
_________________________________________ Agent Cell
All Horses, Showing or Non-Showing, Must be listed below. Horses in Shipment
Date of Arrival ____ / _____ / _____
Non Horse Name (use Show Name)
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Address from which horse(s) were moved to the event: Farm Name ____________________________________________ Contact Name ___________________________________________ Address _______________________________________________ Phone___________________________________________________ City ___________________________________________________ State ________________ Zip ______________________________ Attending Veterinarian ____________________________________ Phone __________________________________________________
Horse Health Declaration I declare that the horse(s) named above have been in good health, with body temperature below 102Â°F, eating normally and have shown no signs of infectious disease for the three (3) days preceding arrival at this event. By signing below I affirm that I have the authority to sign on behalf of the Trainer and/or Agent listed above. Signature _________________________________________ Date _____ / _____ / _____ Print Name
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