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2018

N AT I O N A L S U N S H I N E

SERIES

AON HITS DESERT HORSE PARK | THERMAL, CA STAFF Mr. Thomas G. Struzzieri, Show Manager�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Mr. Rian Beals, Technical Coordinator & Course Designer����������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Mrs. Kristen Vale-Mosack, Office Manager..................................................................................�Saugerties, NY Miss Meagan Atkins, Horse Show Secretary���������������������������������������������������������������������������������Red Hook, NY Miss Kaitlin Farmer, Horse Show Secretary����������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Miss Katelyn Lamb, Horse Show Secretary����������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Miss Courtney Livecchi, Horse Show Secretary��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Glasco, NY Miss Megan Miller, Horse Show Secretary������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Miss Alexis Vito, Horse Show Secretary���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Miss Erin Webb, Horse Show Secretary����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Ms. Pam Walther, Executive Assistant�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Mrs. Leslie Phillips, Art Director�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Kingston, NY Mr. Chris Mayone, Corporate Sponsorship������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Mr. Scott Reynolds, Corporate Sponsorship����������������������������������������������������������������������������������Saugerties, NY Ms. Katie Frank, Jumper Judge�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Carlsbad, CA Mr. Davin Malmqvist, Jumper Judge����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Calgary, AB, Canada Ms. Flora Baptiston, Jumper Judge & Course Decorator����������������������������������������������������������Sao Paulo, Brazil Dr. Duncan Peters, DVM, Veterinarian�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� East Lansing, MI Clarke Family Farriers, Farrier��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Temecula, CA

SHOW APPROVALS: USEF | USHJA | CPHA | PCHA | FEI | LEGIS United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. | United States Hunter Jumper Association California Professional Horsemen’s Association | Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association Fédération Equestre Internationale - CSI3* (Wk I) & CSI3*-W (Wk II) See Conditions and Specifications for a list of Grand Prix that are eligible for inclusion on the Rolex/USEF Show Jumping Ranking List NSS I - 18031, NSS II - 18032

Information through October 26, 2018: 845.246.8833 Information beginning October 29, 2018: 760.399.9200

All entries should be mailed to: HITS, Inc., 319 Main Street, Saugerties, NY 12477-1330 The Competition Management for these events is HITS, Inc.


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CLASS LISTING HUNTERS

Rated USEF AA.

Ocala January Classic – January 16, 17, 19, 20 Ocala January Classic USEF Local Day – January 18

DIVISION/CLASS

FENCE HEIGHT

CLASS #S

M&S CLASS

DIVISION FEE

NON-RATED HUNTER SECTION

CLASS FEE

PRIZE $ / O/F

The last class # is Under Saddle.

Hi-Low Hunter

Open to horses and ponies. See Schedule for fence heights. Low Hunter 3’ Open to horses and ponies.

1,2,3,4 (No U/S)

-

$45

-

5,6,7,8,9

$225

$50

-

$45

-

-

Schooling Hunter

2’6”,2’9” 10,11,12,13,14 (no U/S) -

-

Training Hunter

2’6” 19,20,21,22,23

$225 $50

-

Baby Green Hunter

2’6” 24,25,26,27,28 -

$225 $50

-

Open to all horses. Ponies are NOT eligible. Open to all horses and ponies. A horse of any age in its first year of showing.

RATED HUNTER SECTION - A-Rated

Young Hunter 3’ 3’ Young Hunter 3’3” 3’3” Young Hunter 3’6” 3’6” Green Hunter 3’ 3’ Green Hunter 3’3” 3’3” Green Hunter 3’6” 3’6” Green Hunter 3’9” 3’9” Green Conformation Hunter Model Green Conformation Hunter 3’6” High Performance Hunter 4’ Performance Hunter 3’3” 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’6” 3’6” High Perf Conformation Hunter Model High Perf Conformation Hunter 3’9”

The last class # is Under Saddle. See schedule for Handy class.

575, 576, 577, 578, 579 580, 581, 582, 583, 584 585, 586, 587, 588, 589 29,30,31,32,33 34,35,36,37,38 40,41,42,43,44 45,46,47,48,49 50 51,52,53,54,55 56,57,58,59,60 61,62,63,64,65 66,67,68,69,70 71 72,73,74,75,76

- - - - - - - - - - - - - -

A-O HUNTER SECTION - A-Rated

A-O Hunter 18-35 A-O Hunter 36 & Over A-O Hunter 18-35 A-O Hunter 36 & Over

The last class # is Under Saddle. See schedule for Handy class.

3’6” 3’6” 3’3” 3’3”

77,78,79,80,81 82,83,84,85,86 87,88,89,90,91 525,526,527,528,529

- - - -

3’ 92,93,94,95,96 3’ 97,98,99,100,101 3’ 102,103,104,105,106

- - -

ADULT HUNTER SECTION - C-Rated

Adult Hunter 18-35 Adult Hunter 36-50 Adult Hunter 51 & Over

3’6” 3’6” 3’6” 3’6” 3’3” 3’3”

$275 $275 $275 $275

Div Fee Only Div Fee Only Div Fee Only Div Fee Only

$350 + $20 $350 + $20 $250 + $20 $250 + $20

The last class # is Under Saddle. Underlined classes are Stake.

JUNIOR HUNTER SECTION - A-Rated

Small Junior Hunter 15 & Under Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Large Junior Hunter 15 & Under Large Junior Hunter 16-17 Small Junior Hunter Low Large Junior Hunter Low

$200 $50 $60 $200 $50 $60 $200 $50 $60 $250 $60 $250 $250 $60 $250 $275 Div Fee Only $350 + $20 $275 Div Fee Only $350 + $20 - $30 $275 Div Fee Only $250 + $20 $275 $80 $350 + $20 ($100 U/S) $250 $60 $250 + $15 $250 $60 $250 + $15 - $30 $275 Div Fee Only $250 + $20

$225 $225 $225

$50 $50 $50

$250 Stake $250 Stake $250 Stake

The last class # is Under Saddle. See schedule for Handy class.

112,113,114,115,116 117,118,119,120,121 122,123,124,125,126 127,128,129,130,131 132,133,134,135,136 632,633,634,635,636

- - - - - -

CHILDREN’S HUNTER SECTION - C-Rated Children’s Hunter 13 & Under 3’ 137,138,139,140,141 Children’s Hunter 14-17 3’ 142,143,144,145,146 Children’s Hunter Pony 2’,2’6” 147,148,149,150,151

- - -

$260 $260 $260 $260 $260 $260

Div Fee Only Div Fee Only Div Fee Only Div Fee Only Div Fee Only Div Fee Only

$300 $300 $300 $300 ­ $250 ­ $250 ­

The last class # is Under Saddle. Underlined classes are Stake.

$225 $225 $225

$50 $50 $50

$250 Stake $250 Stake $250 Stake


CLASS LISTING HUNTERS CON’T

Rated USEF AA.

Ocala January Classic – January 16, 17, 19, 20 Ocala January Classic USEF Local Day – January 18

DIVISION/CLASS

FENCE HEIGHT

PONY HUNTER SECTION - A-Rated

Green Pony Schooling

CLASS #S

M&S CLASS

DIVISION FEE

CLASS FEE

PRIZE $ / O/F

The last class # is Under Saddle. See schedule for Conf class, Handy class and 1st round of Classic.

2’,2’3”,2’9”

590,591

- -

$40 -

Open to Junior Riders on ponies showing in Green Pony Hunter. Must compete at appropriate height and may only compete once.

Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Model Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 2’3”,2’6” Large Green Pony Hunter Model Large Green Pony Hunter 2’9” Small Pony Hunter Model Small Pony Hunter 2’3” Medium Pony Hunter Model Medium Pony Hunter 2’6” Large Pony Hunter Model Large Pony Hunter 3’

152 153,154,155,156,157 652 653,654,655,656,657 159 160,161,162,163,164 165 166,167,168,169,170 171 172,173,174,175,176

- - - $175 - - - $175 - - - $220 - - - $220 - - - $220

$30 Div Fee Only $30 Div Fee Only $30 Div Fee Only $30 Div Fee Only $30 Div Fee Only

MISC. NON-RATED HUNTER SECTION

$100 $100 $225 $225 $225

Last class # is Under Saddle.

Short Stirrup Hunter

18”

177,178,179,180,181 -

Pre-Child Hunter Pre-Adult Hunter

2’ 2’

187,188,189,190,191 - 192,193,194,195,196 -

Thermal Child Hunter Thermal Adult Hunter

2’3” 2’3”

530,531,532,533 - $160 $50 534,535,536,537 - $160 $50

Modified Child Hunter Modified Adult Hunter

2’6” 2’6”

538,539,540,541 - $160 $50 542,543,544,545 - $160 $50

Desert Child Hunter Desert Adult Hunter

2’9” 2’9”

546,547,548,549 - $160 $50 550,551,552,553 - $160 $50

Modified Junior/Amateur Hunter

3’3”

554,555,556,557 - $160 $50

$200

$50

$200 $200

$50 $50

Open to Junior Riders under 14 years of age who are not showing in a rated Hunter section.

Horse/Rider or Pony/Rider combination MAY NOT cross enter into any “C” or “A” rated Hunter divisions.

Horse/Rider or Pony/Rider combination MAY NOT cross enter into any “C” or “A” rated Hunter sections.

Horse/Rider or Pony/Rider combination MAY NOT cross enter into the “A” rated Hunter sections.

Horse/Rider or Pony/Rider combination MAY NOT cross enter into the “A” rated Hunter sections.

EQUITATION

Horse/Rider combination MAY cross enter into the “A” or “C” rated Hunter sections.

EQUITATION SECTION

Equitation 11 & Under - HOTY Equitation 12-13 - HOTY Equitation 14-15 - HOTY Equitation 16-17 - HOTY Pony Equitation - HOTY Adult Equitation - HOTY Junior Maiden Equitation

Underlined class # is Flat.

2’6” 301,302,303,304 - - 2’9” 305,306,307,308 - - 3’ 309,310,311,312 - - 3’3” 313,314,315,316 - - 2’3”, 2’6”, 2’9” 317,318,319,320 - - 3’ 321,322,323,324 - - 2’ 333,334,335,336 - -

$50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50

Open to Junior Riders who have not won a blue ribbon in Hunter Seat Equitation at a recognized USEF or EC show.

Junior Novice Equitation

2’9”

337,338,339,340 - -

$50

Open to Junior Riders who have not won three blue ribbons in Hunter Seat Equitation at a recognized USEF or EC show.

Junior Limit Equitation

3’

341,342,343,344 - -

$50

Open to Junior Riders who have not won six blue ribbons in Hunter Seat Equitation at a recognized USEF or EC show.

Adult Equitation

2’

345,346,347,348 - -

$50

Open to Adult Riders who are not showing in a class with fences 3’ or higher at the show.

Short Stirrup Equitation

18”

357,358,359,360 - -

$50

Open to Junior Riders under 14 years of age who are not showing in a Rated Section.

Beginner Equitation

361,362,363

- -

$40

Open to Junior Riders under 12 years of age who are not showing in a Rated ­Section. To be show at a walk and trot (not to canter) both directions of the ring.

Advanced Beginner Equitation

364,365,366

- -

$40

Open to Junior Riders under 12 years of age who are not showing in a Rated ­Section. To be show at a walk and trot and canter both directions of the ring.

Cross Rail Equitation

-

367,368,369

- -

$40

- -

$25

Open to Junior Riders under 14 years of age who are not showing in a Rated Section.

Leadline

-

594

To be ridden by a child who has not reached his or her seventh birthday. Riders are not eligible to compete in any other class. Ribbons for all.

ZONE X HOTY EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIPS - Divisions above will also count for Zone X HOTY Finals Points at National Sunshine I. See schedule for more details.


CLASS LISTING

JUMPERS

MEDALS

Rated USEF AA. DIVISION/CLASS

FENCE HEIGHT

CLASS #S

M&S

DIVISION FEE

CLASS FEE

ORG TO JOIN

MEDALS SECTION

USEF Hunter Seat Medal ASPCA Horsemanship Medal USEF Talent Search Medal - 2* WIHS Medal, Hunter Phase WIHS Medal, Jumper Phase WIHS Medal, Overall USEF Adult Medal NCEA Junior Medal Equisport Ins./USEF Pony Medal WIHS Pony Medal CPHA Hunter Seat Junior Medal CPHA Hunter Seat Amateur Medal CPHA Foundation Equitation Medal CPHA Horsemanship Medal CPHA Child/Adult Medal Foxfield Medal Onondarka Medal WCE Junior/Amateur Medal PCHA 14 & Under Medal PCHA 18-34 Medal PCHA 35 & Over Medal THIS National Child Medal Ariat National Adult Medal LEGIS Children’s Medal LEGIS Amateur Medal LEGIS Junior/Amateur Jumper Medal LEGIS Cornerstone Child/Adult Medal LEGIS Mini Medal CPHA Stlye of Riding Medal USHJA Jumper Medal NHS 3’3” Medal

3’6” 370 3’6” 371 3’6”-3’9” 372 3’6” 373 3’6” 473 - 573 3’3” 374 3’3” 474 2’3”, 2’6”, 3’ 375 2’3”, 2’6”, 3’ 376 3’6” 377 3’6” 378 3’3” 379 2’6” 380 3’ 381 3’3” 382 3’ 383 3’6” 384 3’, 3’3” 385 3’, 3’3” 685 3’, 3’3” 386 3’ 393 3’ 394 3’ 395 3’ 396 3’3” 397 2’6” 398 2’ 399 3’3”-3’5” 697 3’3” 698 3’3” 699

.80m Jumper .90m Jumper 1.0m Jumper 1.10m Jumper 1.15m Back on Track Jumper Adult Jumper High Child Jumper High Adult Jumper Low Child Jumper Low Modified Child/Adult Jumper Pony Jumper

.80m, 2’7” 200,201,202,203 - .90m, 2’11” 204,205,206,207 - 1.0m, 3’3” 208,209,210,211 - 1.10m, 3’7” 212,213,214,215 - 1.15m, 3’9” 216,217,218,219 - 1.10m, 3’7” 221,222,223,224 - 1.10m, 3’7” 229,230,231,232 - 1.0m, 3’3” 237,238,239,240 - 1.0m, 3’3” 241,242,243,244 - .90m, 2’11” 245,246,247,248 - 1.05m, 3’5” 257,258,259,260 -

NOMINATED JUMPER SECTION

Jumper Nominating Fee = $175

1.20m FarmVet Jumper 1.30m Jumper 1.40m Jumper Johnson Horse Transportation Open Welcome A-O/Am Jumper 1.20m A-O/Am Jumper 1.30m Junior Jumper 1.20m Junior Jumper 1.30m Junior/A-O/Am Jumper 1.40m

1.20m, 3’11” 261,262,263,264 1.30m, 4’3” 265,266,267 1.40m, 4’7” 268,269,270 1.40m/1.45m 271 1.20m, 3’11” 1.30m, 4’3” 1.20m, 3’11” 1.30m, 4’3” 1.40m, 4’7”

- - $50 - - $50 ^NHS - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 - - - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 ^CPHA - - $50 ^CPHA - - $50 ^CPHA - - $50 ^CPHA - - $50 ^CPHA - - $50 ^PCHA - - $50 ^PCHA - - $50 ^CPHA - - $50 ^PCHA - - $50 ^PCHA - - $50 ^PCHA - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 - - $50 ^CPHA - - $50 - - $50 ^NHS NON-NOMINATED JUMPER SECTION PRIZE $ / O/F

273,274,275 276,277,278 282,283,284 285,286,287 288,289,290

- - - - - - - - - - -

$60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60

-

- - - -

- - - -

$60 $60 $60 $175

$500 + $25 $500 + $25 $500 + $25 $5,000

- - - - -

- - - - -

$60 $60 $60 $60 $60

$250 + $25 $500 + $25 $250 + $25 $500 + $25 $500 + $25


NATIONAL SUNSHINE I HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES

FEI STEWARDS

Mrs. Susan Ashe����������������������������������������������������������������������Wellington, FL Ms. Penny Carpenter������������������������������������������������������������Palm Desert, CA Mr. Scott Williamson����������������������������������������������������������� Chagrin Falls, OH

Ms. Janet Fall�������������������������������������������������������������������������� El Macero, CA Ms. Allana Featherstone����������������������������������������� London, Ontario, Canada Ms. Sally Hudson�����������������������������������������������������������������������Monterey, CA Ms. Debbie Sands��������������������������������������������������������������������� Encinitas, CA Mrs. Sharon Stewart-Wells�������������������������������������������������������� Carlsbad, CA

STEWARDS Mr. Larry Alcorn�������������������������������������������������������������������������� Murrieta, CA Mrs. Lucy Franklin������������������������������������������������������������������� Sherwood, OR

SPEC I A L C LA SSES

FEI CSI3* October 31 - November 4

COURSE DESIGNER - TBD

Ms. Ana Catalina “Catsy” Cruz����������������������������������������Mexico City, Mexico

DIVISION/CLASS

NOM. FEE ENTRY FEE

POST ENTRY FEE SCRATCH FEE

401. $1,000 JUNIOR/A-O HUNTER CLASSIC (3’3”) 501. $1,000 JUNIOR/A-O HUNTER CLASSIC (3’6”)

- $125 (inc. $25 add back) $25 $25 - $125 (inc. $25 add back) $25 $25

403. $1,500 WEST COAST PONY HUNTER FINAL

-

404. M&S CHILD HUNTER CLASSIC

-

Designated first-round class. Horse must have entered, shown and completed the course in two Junior or Amateur-Owner Hunter classes over fences at the same show.

$150

$25

$25

$10

$10

Two-round classic. Ponies must have entered, shown and completed the course in two Pony Hunter classes over fences at the show.

$60

Designated first-round class. Horse must have entered, shown and completed the course in two Child Hunter classes over fences at the same show.

405. M&S ADULT HUNTER CLASSIC - $60 $10

$10

630. $2,500 DEVOUCOUX HUNTER PRIX

-

$50

631. $1,500 PLATINUM PERFORMANCE HUNTER PRIX

-

Designated first-round class. Horse must have entered, shown and completed the course in two Adult Hunter classes over fences at the same show.

$175

$25

Two-round classic. Fences 3’5”. Open to horses ridden by Juniors, Amateurs or Professionals. Riders are not limited to the number of horses they may ride.

$150

$10

$25

Two-round Classic. Fences 3’. Open to Jr and Am riders on Horses (no ponies). Horse must have entered, shown and completed the course in two classes over fences at the same show. No cross entry of rider into any class with fences 3’6” or higher except Child/Adult Jumper and Equitation. No cross entry of horse or rider in the Devoucoux Hunter Prix.

410. $1,000 CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC - LOW - $100 510. USHJA ZONE X HOTY CHILD/ADULT LOW JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP

$10

411. $2,000 M&S CHILD/ADULT JPR CLASSIC - HIGH - $125 511. USHJA ZONE X HOTY CHILD/ADULT HIGH JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP

$25

412. $2,500 JR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.20m - $150 512. USHJA ZONE X HOTY JR/A-O/AM 1.20m JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP

$25

413. $5,000 PYRANHA JR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.30m - $250 513. USHJA ZONE X HOTY JR/A-O/AM 1.30m JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP

$25

414. $7,500 KINDRED BIO JR/A-O/AM JPR CLASSIC - 1.40m - $300 514. USHJA ZONE X HOTY JR/A-O/AM 1.40m JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP

$25

415. $25,000 SMARTPAK OPEN PRIX - 1.40m

$500

$25

$100

417. $15,000 ROBLEE VALENTINE EQUESTRIAN REALTY - $400 1.35m CLASSIC Table II.2.a. 1.35m. Open to Nominated Jumpers. No Cross Entry Restrictions.

$25

$75

$10

Table II.2.a. 1.0m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Children’s Jumper Low, Adult Jumper Low or Mod Child/Adult Jumper class at the same show. No cross entry of horse or rider into any Child or Adult Jumper High class or classic at the same show. USHJA HOTY Competitors enter class 510 to be eligible for the Zone X HOTY Jumper Points.

$50

Table II.2.a. 1.10m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Children’s Jumper or Adult Jumper class at the same show. USHJA HOTY Competitors enter class 511 to be eligible for the Zone X HOTY Jumper Points.

$50

Table II.2.a. 1.20m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Junior/Amateur Jumper class at the same show. The horse May Not compete in the Jr/A-O/Am 1.30m or 1.40m Jumper Classic during the same show week. No cross entry of horse or rider into the Child or Adult Jumper Classic at the same show. USHJA HOTY Competitors enter class 512 to be eligible for the Zone X HOTY Jumper Points.

$50

Table II.2.a. 1.30m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Junior/Amateur Jumper class at the same show. The horse May Not compete in the Jr/A-O/ Am 1.40m Jumper Classic during the same show week. No cross entry of horse or rider into the Child or Adult Jumper Classic at the same show. USHJA HOTY Competitors enter class 513 to be eligible for the Zone X HOTY Jumper Points.

$75

Table II.2.a. 1.40m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Junior/Amateur Jumper class at the same show. No cross entry of horse or rider into the Child or Adult Jumper Classic at the same show. Qualifier for the HITS Junior/A-O/Amateur Jumper Prix. USHJA HOTY Competitors enter class 514 to be eligible for the Zone X HOTY Jumper Points.

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Table II.2.a. Time First Jump-Off. 1.40m Open Regional Standard.

$175,200 FEI CSI3* DIVISION - See the Following Pages for information ZONE X HOTY JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIPS - See page above for information. NCEA JUNIOR HUNT SEAT MEDAL FINAL - See following pages for information. Refer to Special Class Conditions for information regarding Post Entry and Scratch.


NATIONAL SUNSHINE II HUNTER/EQUITATION JUDGES

Mr. Joseph Dotoli����������������������������������������������������������������������Chepachet, RI Mrs. Fran Dotoli������������������������������������������������������������������������Chepachet, RI Mr. William Ellis������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Ocala, FL

USEF STEWARDS

SPECI A L C LA SSES

Mr. Larry Alcorn���������������������������������������������������������������������������Murrieta, CA Ms. Penny Carpenter������������������������������������������������������������Palm Desert, CA

FEI CSI3*-W November 7-11 FEI STEWARDS

Ms. Allana Featherstone����������������������������������������� London, Ontario, Canada Mrs. Lucy Franklin������������������������������������������������������������������� Sherwood, OR Ms. Sally Hudson�����������������������������������������������������������������������Monterey, CA Ms. Debbie Sands��������������������������������������������������������������������� Encinitas, CA Ms. Dalene Paine�������������������������������������Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

COURSE DESIGNER

Ms. Marina Azevedo������������������������������������������������������������ Sao Paulo, Brazil

DIVISION/CLASS

NOM. FEE ENTRY FEE

POST ENTRY FEE SCRATCH FEE

401. $1,000 JUNIOR/A-O HUNTER CLASSIC (3’3”) 501. $1,000 JUNIOR/A-O HUNTER CLASSIC (3’6”)

- $125 (inc. $25 add back) $25 - $125 (inc. $25 add back) $25

$25 $25

Designated first-round class. Horse must have entered, shown and completed the course in two Junior or Amateur-Owner Hunter classes over fences at the same show.

403. $1,500 PONY HUNTER PRIX

-

404. M&S CHILD HUNTER CLASSIC

-

405. M&S ADULT HUNTER CLASSIC

- $60

609. NCEA JUNIOR HUNT SEAT MEDAL FINAL

- $100

$25 $25

619. CPHA STYLE OF RIDING CHAMPIONSHIP

-

$100

$25

$25

631. $1,500 PLATINUM PERFORMANCE HUNTER PRIX

-

$150

$10

$25

600. $25,000 USHJA INTERNATIONAL HUNTER DERBY

$400 + $50 USHJA Fee

410. $1,000 CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC - LOW

-

411. $2,000 M&S CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC - HIGH

-

$150

$25

$25

$10

$10

Two-round classic. Ponies must have entered, shown and completed the course in two Pony Hunter classes over fences at the show.

$60

Designated first-round class. Horse must have entered, shown and completed the course in two Child Hunter classes over fences at the same show.

$10

$10

Designated first-round class. Horse must have entered, shown and completed the course in two Adult Hunter classes over fences at the same show. See following pages for information. See following pages for information.

Two-round Classic. Fences 3’. Open to Junior and Amateur riders on Horses (no ponies). Horse must have entered, shown and completed the course in two classes over fences at the same show. No cross entry of rider into any class with fences 3’6” or higher except Child/Adult Jumper and Equitation.

$100

$100

Two-Round Classic. Fences 3’6”-3’9”, with 4’ option fences. Open to all. Riders are limited to four (4) horses in this class. Horses are not required to show in any other class at the show. Horses must be on the grounds 24 hours prior the start of the class. A Mandatory Riders meeting will be held prior to the class. See detailed specs on the following pages or visit USHJA.org.

$100

$10

$10

Table II.2.a. 1.0m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Children’s Jumper Low, Adult Jumper Low or Mod Child/Adult Jumper class at the same show. No cross entry of horse or rider into any Child or Adult Jumper High class or classic at the same show.

$125

$25

$50

Table II.2.a. 1.10m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Children’s Jumper or Adult Jumper class at the same show.

412. $2,500 JR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.20m - $150

$25

413. $5,000 PYRANHA JR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.30m -

$250

$25

414. $7,500 KINDRED BIO JR/A-O/AM JPR CLASSIC - 1.40m -

$300

415. $25,000 SMARTPAK OPEN PRIX

$500

$25

$100

417. $15,000 ROBLEE VALENTINE EQUESTRIAN REALTY - $400 1.35m CLASSIC Table II.2.a. 1.35m. Open to Nominated Jumpers. No cross entry restrictions.

$25

$75

$50

Table II.2.a. 1.20m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Junior/Amateur Jumper class at the same show. The horse May Not compete in the Jr/A-O/ Am 1.30m or 1.40m Jumper Classic during the same show week. No cross entry of horse or rider into the Child or Adult Jumper Classic at the same show.

$50

Table II.2.a. 1.30m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Junior/Amateur Jumper class at the same show. The horse May Not compete in the Jr/A-O/ Am 1.40m Jumper Classic during the same show week. No cross entry of horse or rider into the Child or Adult Jumper Classic at the same show.

$25

$75

Table II.2.a. 1.40m. To be eligible, the horse must have entered in at least one other Junior/Amateur Jumper class at the same show. No cross entry of horse or rider into the Child or Adult Jumper Classic at the same show. Qualifier for the HITS Junior/A-O/Am Jumper Prix.

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Table II.2.a. Time First Jump-Off. 1.40m Open Regional Standard.

$175,200 FEI CSI3*-W DIVISION - See following pages for information. SUNSHINE EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIPS - See following pages for information. ZONE IX & X USHJA HUNTER / JUMPER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS - See following pages for information. Refer to Special Class Conditions for information regarding Post Entry and Scratch.


NATIONAL SUNSHINE I

CSI3*

FEI DIVISION CLASS

FEI

DAYS

720. FEI HORSE INSPECTION

FEI

Thursday, 7 am

721. $35,000 COACHELLA WELCOME STAKE

FEI Friday FEI Table A. Article 238.2.2. Time First Jump-off. Fences to 1.45m, 4’8”. Open to Horses nominated to the FEI Division. Riders Limited to Three horses in this class.

722. $40,200 COACHELLA CLASSIC

FEI Saturday FEI Table A. Article 238.2.2. Time First Jump-off. Fences to 1.50m, 4’11”. Open to Horses nominated to the FEI Division. Riders Limited to Three horses in this class. *See Qualification for Grand Prix.

725. $100,000 COACHELLA GRAND PRIX

FEI Sunday FEI Table A. Article 238.2.2. Time First Jump-off. Fences 1.50m 4’11”. Open to Horses nominated to the FEI Division. A maximum of 60 entries will be accepted for the Class. Riders are limited to one horse in the class unless fewer than 30 riders are available, in which case Riders will be allowed to ride Two horses in the class up total of 60 entries. *See Qualification for Grand Prix below. The Horse must complete the course in one other FEI class at the show.

ENTRY POLICY

Definite Entries due Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 5 pm

FEI ENTRY FEE PER HORSE - $1,750 (includes stall for one horse) OFFICIAL ENTRY - Horses must be Officially Entered for the FEI Division and pay a non-refundable Entry Deposit of $500 by Wednesday, October 17, 5 pm (Definite

Entry Date). Official Entry consists of registration through the FEI system and entry made directly to HITS. FEI Deposit Fee is not refundable after the Definite Date of Entries. SCRATCH/WITHDRAWAL - Any Scratch/Withdrawal from the FEI Division must be made in writing to the Show Office. Scratches received prior to October 17, 5 pm (Definite Entry Date) will be subject to a $75 Processing fee if the horse does not show in any other classes. Scratches received after the Definite Entry Date will be responsible for payment of the $500 FEI Entry Deposit Fee. The Scratch/Refund policy will be applied to any horse entered through the FEI system and/or entered directly with the show. NOTE: In the case of a scratch, also be sure to contact your NF to officially withdraw through the FEI system. SUBSTITUTIONS - Substitutions will be accepted until one hour prior to the jog/FEI Inspection for a fee of $10. The horse being substituted for will be subject to a $75 Processing fee if it does not show in any other classes.

FEI SPECIFICATIONS For all details not covered below, refer to Official FEI Approved Schedule or the FEI Horse and Rider Information page of this Prize List. Updates will also be posted at HITSShows.com.

HORSES PER RIDER LIMIT - Riders may enter a total of Three horses for the FEI Division. Riders are limited to Three horses in class 721 and 722. The Horse

limit for Class 725 will be dependent on the number riders who enter. See Qualification for Grand Prix below. Refer to Approved Schedule for Details. QUALIFICATION FOR GRAND PRIX - Class 725, Grand Prix is limited to 60 Entries. If 30 riders enter, riders will be limited to One Horse. If fewer than 30 Riders enter, riders will be allowed to ride Two horses. Management will determine if qualification for the Grand Prix will be necessary based on the number of riders entered for the FEI Division at the start of the horse jog/inspection. If necessary, Qualification will be based on the results of Class 722. Details will be available at the Horse jog/inspection. In addition, the horse competing in the Grand Prix, must complete the initial round in one other FEI class at the show prior to competing in the Grand Prix. CLASS ENTRY/DECLARATION - Declarations must be made in writing in the Show Office by 4 pm the day before the class. After that time, the Post Entry fee will apply to late Declarations; Scratch Fee will apply to any scratch. Once the class has started it may not be scratched. In the case of a Vet Scratch, Scratch Fee will still apply. CROSS ENTRY RESTRICTIONS - Horses may NOT compete in any non-FEI class from the time of the FEI jog/inspection until finished competing in the FEI Section. Riders may not cross enter into any Junior or Amateur Jumper Class at the same show. SECURE STABLING – Horses entered in any class of the FEI Division are required to stable in the FEI Secure Stabling area beginning Thursday immediately following the jog until the horse is finished showing in the FEI Division. FEI STALLS – FEI Horse Stall fee for FEI Showing Horses is included in the FEI Entry Fee. FEI Stalls for Tack, Feed, Grooming, etc., or for Non-Showing/Scratched Horses is $375. Stalls in the FEI Stabling area measure 144 square feet and are of both Permanent and Temporary construction, with doors. Horses must be entered in the FEI Division to be eligible for Secure Stabling. Secure Stabling is available beginning Monday, October 29, 12 noon, and ends Monday, November 5, 12 noon. OFFICIAL JOG/INSPECTION – Thursday, November 1, 7am. This jog is for horses entered in the FEI Division. Please check with the Stabling Office for stabling assignment prior to the jog. CREDENTIALS - Special credentials will be required for all owners, riders, trainers, grooms wishing to access the FEI Barn. Credentials will be distributed at the Jog IDENTIFICATION - Once the horse has entered Secure Stabling it must wear its assigned entry number when not in its stall. Horses may be ridden or exercised only in the supervised designated Schooling Areas. RIDING/SCHOOLING/LUNGEING SCHEDULE - To be posted. Any changes/additions to the above will be announced at the Jog.

PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTION

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 $35,000 FEI $11,550 $7,000 $5,250 $3,500 $2,100 $1,575 $1,050 $875 $700 $700 $350 $350 $40,200 FEI $13,266 $8,040 $6,030 $4,020 $2,412 $1,809 $1,206 $1,005 $804 $804 $402 $402 $100,000 FEI $33,000 $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 $6,000 $4,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 $2,000 $1,000 $1,000 The Show Committee reserves to itself the right to interpret any question or occurrence with regard to the conduct or compliance of any rider without claims for damages or recourse of any kind and the Show Committee’s decision will be final.


NATIONAL SUNSHINE II

CSI3*-W

LONGINES FEI JUMPING WORLD CUP TM CSI3*-W FEI DIVISION CLASS

FEI

DAYS

720. FEI HORSE INSPECTION

FEI

Wednesday, 7 am NA

ENTRY FEE

POST ENTRY

SCRATCH FEE

NA

NA

721. $35,000 DESERT WELCOME STAKE

FEI Thursday $700 $100 $100 Article 238.2.2. Time First Jump-off. Fences to 1.45m, 4’8”. Open to Horses nominated to the FEI Division. Riders Limited to Two horses in this class. Qualifier for the Longines FEI Jumping World CupTM Qualifier. Riders showing two horses in this class must declare their “World Cup Qualifying” horse when entering this class, and will ride this horse first in the order of go. Riders planning to show in the World CupTM Qualifier must compete in class 721 to be eligible.

722. $40,200 DESERT CLASSIC FEI Friday $800 $100 Article 238.2.2. Time First Jump-off. Fences to 1.50m, 4’11”. Open to Horses nominated to the FEI Division. Riders Limited to Two horses in this class.

$100

725. $100,000 LONGINES FEI JUMPING WORLD CUPTM QUALIFIER

$-0-

FEI

Saturday

$-0-

$-0-

FEI Table A. Article 238.2.2. Time First Jump-off. Fences 1.40m to 1.60m, 5’3”. Open to Horses nominated to the FEI Division. Riders Limited to One horse in this class. A maximum of 40 riders are allowed to compete. Refer to Approved FEI Schedule for details. The Rider may ride any horse of his/her choice, however, the horse must have completed the initial round of at least one other FEI class at the show. The rider must have competed in class 721.

ENTRY POLICY

Definite Entries due Wednesday, October 24, 2018

FEI NOMINATING FEE PER HORSE - $750 (includes Stall for one horse; Class Fees are additional) OFFICIAL ENTRY - Horses must be Officially Entered for the FEI Division and pay FEI Nominating Fee of $750 by Wednesday, October 24, 5 pm. Class Entry Fees are

additional. Official Entry consists of registration through the FEI system and entry made directly to HITS. FEI Nominating Fee is not refundable after the Definite Date of Entries.

SCRATCH/WITHDRAWAL - Any Scratch/Withdrawal from the FEI Division must be made in writing to the Show Office. Scratches received prior to October 24, 5 pm (Definite Entry Date) will be subject to a $75 Processing fee if the horse does not show in any other classes. Scratches received after the Definite Entry Date will be responsible for payment of the $500 FEI Withdrawal Fee. The Scratch/Refund policy will be applied to any horse entered through the FEI system and/or entered directly with the show. NOTE: In the case of a scratch, also be sure to contact your NF to officially withdraw through the FEI system. SUBSTITUTIONS - Substitutions will be accepted until one hour prior to the jog/FEI Inspection for a fee of $10. The horse being substituted for will be subject to a $75 Processing fee if it does not show in any other classes.

FEI SPECIFICATIONS For all details not covered below, refer to Official FEI Approved Schedule or the FEI Horse and Rider Information page of this Prize List. Updates will also be posted at HITSShows.com.

HORSES PER RIDER LIMIT - Riders may enter a total of Three horses for the FEI Division. Riders are limited to Two horses in class 721, Two horses in class

722, and One horse in class 725. Refer to Approved Schedule for Details. ELIGIBILITY – WORLD CUP CLASS 725: Riders must compete in Class 721 to be eligible. A maximum of 40 riders will be eligible for the World Cup Qualifier based on results of the class. Riders showing two horses in Class 721 must declare their “World Cup Qualifying” horse, and must ride this horse first in the order of go in class 721. The rider may qualify for the World Cup riding any horse, however, the horse to be shown in the World Cup must complete the initial round in another FEI class at the show prior to competing in the World Cup. CLASS ENTRY/DECLARATION - Declarations must be made in writing in the Show Office by 4 pm the day before the class. After that time, the Post Entry fee will apply to late Declarations; Scratch Fee will apply to any scratch. Once the class has started it may not be scratched. In the case of a Vet Scratch, Scratch Fee will still apply. CROSS ENTRY RESTRICTIONS - Horses may NOT compete in any non-FEI class from the time of the FEI jog/inspection until finished competing in the FEI Section. Riders may not cross enter into any Junior or Amateur Jumper Class at the same show. SECURE STABLING – Horses entered in any class of the FEI Division are required to stable in the FEI Secure Stabling area beginning Wednesday immediately following the jog until the horse is finished showing in the FEI Division. FEI STALLS – FEI Horse Stall fee for FEI Showing Horses is included in the FEI Entry Fee. FEI Stalls for Tack, Feed, Grooming, etc., or for Non-Showing/Scratched Horses is $375. Stalls in the FEI Stabling area measure 144 square feet and are of both Permanent and Temporary construction, with doors. Horses must be entered in the FEI Division to be eligible for Secure Stabling. Secure Stabling is available beginning Monday, November 5, 12 noon, and ends Monday, November 12, 12 noon. OFFICIAL JOG/INSPECTION – Wednesday, November 7, 7am. This jog is for horses entered in the FEI Division. Please check with the Stabling Office for stabling assignment prior to the jog. CREDENTIALS - Special credentials will be required for all owners, riders, trainers, grooms wishing to access the FEI Barn. Credentials will be distributed at the Jog IDENTIFICATION - Once the horse has entered Secure Stabling it must wear its assigned entry number when not in its stall. Horses may be ridden or exercised only in the supervised designated Schooling Areas. RIDING/SCHOOLING/LUNGEING SCHEDULE - To be posted. Any changes/additions to the above will be announced at the Jog.

PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTION

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 $35,000 FEI $11,550 $7,000 $5,250 $3,500 $2,100 $1,575 $1,050 $875 $700 $700 $350 $350 $40,200 FEI $13,266 $8,040 $6,030 $4,020 $2,412 $1,809 $1,206 $1,005 $804 $804 $402 $402 $100,000 FEI $33,000 $20,000 $15,000 $10,000 $6,000 $4,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,000 $2,000 $1,000 $1,000 The Show Committee reserves to itself the right to interpret any question or occurrence with regard to the conduct or compliance of any rider without claims for damages or recourse of any kind and the Show Committee’s decision will be final.


NATIONAL SUNSHINE II

$25,000 USHJA INTERNATIONAL HUNTER DERBY CLASS

ENTRY FEE

POST ENTRY FEE

SCRATCH FEE

600. $25,000 USHJA INTERNATIONAL HUNTER DERBY

$400 + $50 USHJA Fee

$50

$50

ELIGIBILITY - Open to all. Riders are limited to four (4) horses in this class. Horses are not required to show in any other class at the competition, but may compete in any class for which they are otherwise eligible. Owners, Riders and Trainers must be current Active Competing Members of USEF and USHJA. Horses must have USEF Recording and USHJA Registration. Change of rider after the First Round is not permissible. CONDITIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS - Fences 3’6”-4’, with at least four (4) option fences 4’3” or higher per round. To be judged under the Open Numerical scoring system by two panels of two judges each. One Panel will be designated the tie-breaking panel for Round 1; this panel will also be the tie-breaking panel for the jump-off, if any. The other Panel will be the tie-breaking panel for Round 2. To be scored on quality, movement, jumping style, manners and way of going. Pace and brilliance are to be rewarded. Jumping decorations to utilize a shorter track is not permissible in any round. Round 1: To be shown over a Hunter Classic course of at least 10 fences. In addition to the base score, each judging panel must award an Option Bonus Score consisting of one additional point for every higher height option fence jumped. Scores will be added to determine the total score for the round. The top 12 will return in reverse of scores for the Second Round. In the case of ties, the Base score of the tie-breaking panel will be used to break the tie. Round 2: To be shown over a Handy Hunter course of at least 10 fences. In addition to the base score, each judging panel must award an Option Bonus Score consisting of one additional point for every higher height option fence jumped and a Handy Bonus Score between zero and 10 bonus points. Scores will be added to determine the total score for the round. In the case of ties, the Base score of the tie-breaking panel will be used to break the tie. Scores from Round 1 and Round 2 will be added to determine the overall winners. In the case of a tie for First Place, a Jump-off will be held. In the case of ties for all other places, the Base score of the Round 2 tie-breaking panel will be used to break the tie. Round 3: In the case of an overall tie for First Place, a Jump-off will be held. To be shown over a course of at least 8 fences. Scoring to be the same as for the Handy Hunter Round. Jump-off score to be added to the total score from Round 1 and Round 2 to determine the winners. POINTS AND AWARDS - In order to earn USEF Horse of the Year points, exhibitors must declare in which section points are to count by submitting a completed USHJA Declaration Form to the Show Office by the end of the competition. Only Juniors and Amateurs may declare for the applicable Junior or Amateur-Owner section. In order to earn points toward IHD Awards and Finals, Horses must be enrolled in the International Hunter Derby program. Enrollment is not required to compete in the class. SECURE STABLING - Horses must purchase a stall and be stabled on the grounds 24 hours prior to the start of the class. Horses must remain on the competition grounds until finished competing in the Derby. Any horse in violation of this requirement will be disqualified. HORSE INSPECTION - Horses must jog for soundness during the Official Jog the morning of the class. Time and location to be announced. Horses must be officially entered in the Derby prior to the jog. If a horse does not pass the jog, there will be one opportunity for the horse to be re-presented at a time to be determined, up to one hour prior to the start of the class. SCHOOLING REQUIREMENTS - During the 24 hour period prior to the class, horses must be ridden in official horse show schooling areas only. Competition number must be worn at all times while mounted. ORDER OF GO - The Order of Go for the First Round will be drawn. The Order for the Second Round will be reverse order of scores from Round 1. The Order for the Jump-off, if any, will be the same as that for Round 2. ATTIRE - Formal attire required. Buff breeches and shadbelly, white breeches and dark or scarlet coat, hunt colors coat or official sponsor or team jacket permitted. RIBBONS AND AWARDS - Ribbons 1-12 for First Round, Second Round and Overall. For Complete Rules and Specifications visit USHJA.org.


NATIONAL SUNSHINE II

NCEA JUNIOR HUNT SEAT MEDAL FINALS CLASS

609. NCEA JUNIOR HUNT SEAT MEDAL FINALS

ENTRY FEE POST ENTRY FEE SCRATCH FEE $100 $25 $25

ELIGIBILITY - The top 50 riders from the West Coast NCEA ranking list will be invited to compete in the Finals. Riders accumulate points in NCEA Medal classes offered at recognized USEF and Equine Canada licensed competitions. Riders will compete in the NCEA Medal ranking list (East or West Coast) based on their address submitted to the NCEA membership office, unless at the time of membership they elect to compete in the other coast finals. QUALIFYING PERIOD - All points won in NCEA classes held at shows starting on August 21, 2017 through August 20, 2018 will count towards the Finals. CONDITIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS - To consist of Three Phases. Fences 3’3”. To be judged under the Open Numerical Scoring system. Competitors must ride the same horse in Phases 1 and 2. PHASE 1 - Over Fences - To be held over a course of at least 10 fences including a double and a triple combination, with at least two changes of direction. Hunter-style and jumper-style fences are allowed; water obstacles and liverpools are not permitted. The top ten riders, or 20%, whichever is greater, will return for the Flat phase. PHASE 2 - Flat - To be shown at the Walk, Trot and Canter both directions of the ring. Tests to include any of the USEF Tests 1-19 as well as at least two lateral movements of shoulder in, haunches in or leg yield. The top four riders, as determined by the combined scores of the jumping and flat phases (the jumping and flat phases to count equally) will return for the Bracket phase. In the event of a tie for any of the top four places, the score from Phase 1 (Over Fences) will be used to break the tie. PHASE 3 - Bracket Style - The First and Fourth place riders will compete on the same horse over a course of at least 8 fences riding the horse of the Second or Third place rider with the horse to be chosen by draw. The Second and Third place riders will compete on the same horse over a course of at least 8 fences riding the horse of the First or Fourth place rider with the horse to be chosen by draw. The winners of each head-to-head will compete for Champion and Reserve on the same horse. Third and Fourth place will be determined by adding the scores of each rider from Phase 1 and 2 and their semi-final ride off. SCORING - Scores from Phase 1 and 2 will be added to determine the top 4 to compete in Bracket Phase, and to determine placings fifth through tenth. Champion and Reserve will be determined by the final Bracket ride-off. Third and Fourth place will be determined by adding each rider’s scores from Phase 1 and 2 and their bracket semi-final score. In the event of a tie for any place, the score from Phase 1 will be used to break the tie. TACK & EQUIPMENT - Conventional tack per USEF EQ105.5. ORDER OF GO - The Order-of-go for Phase 1 will be drawn the day before the competition. AWARDS - Trophy and Cooler for Overall Champion, Prizes and Ribbons 1-10 for Overall.


NATIONAL SUNSHINE SERIES

CPHA STYLE OF RIDING JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP - SOUTH CLASS

619. CPHA STYLE OF RIDING JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP - SOUTH

ENTRY FEE POST ENTRY FEE SCRATCH FEE $100 $25 $25

ELIGIBILITY - Open to Junior and Amateur riders who are current members of the CPHA, and whose trainers are current members of the CPHA, and who have competed in at least one CPHA Style of Riding Class during the current show year. QUALIFYING PERIOD - All CPHA Style of Riding Classes held between December 1, 2017 and November 4, 2018, shall count toward the 2018 Championship. CONDITIONS & SPECIFICATIONS - This class is a Jumper Seat Equitation class with fences 1.00m-1.05m in height with spreads to 1.15m, under a Table II.2.a format. To be judged under the Open Numerical Scoring System. Any Jumping faults will be deducted from the numerical score (4 points deducted for each knockdown, 1 point deducted for each time fault). Round 1 – To be shown over a course of 10-12 fences including a triple or two double combinations and a Liverpool. The Liverpool may not be used in the combination. The course should be of the type used in a Children/Adult Jumper Classic. Time allowed will be calculated at 350 meters per minute. Any rider completing the first round clean, without jumping and/or time faults, and receiving a score of 70 or higher, will return for Round 2, the Jump-Off/Work-off Round, in reverse order of scores from Round 1. Round 2 - The Jump-Off Round is judged in the same manner as the first round, with an emphasis placed on an efficient time saving pace and track. Time allowed will be based on a speed of 375 meters per minute. The numerical Jump-Off Score will be added to the first round score for a total cumulative score. Winners will be determined by the highest cumulative score and the least faults from the Jump-off, i.e., clean rounds will be placed first, followed by those with faults. If placings include riders not participating in the jump off, results will be determined solely by the first round numerical score (after deducting jumping and time faults), but regardless of clear rounds. JUDGING - The judges are asked to walk the course prior to the class, and where there are striding options, the judges are asked not to penalize any option that might be used to achieve the best result appropriate to the track taken and the individual horse/rider combination. The judges will evaluate the rider’s ability as a show jumping rider, and the manner in which the course was ridden regarding technical merit, judgment, and the execution of an efficient, time saving pace and track in meeting the specific challenges incorporated into the course by the course designer. START ORDER – The Start Order for Round 1 will be computer drawn, The Order for Round 2 (The Jump-Off round) will be reverse order of scores from Round 1. TACK AND EQUIPMENT - A Jumper Type horse and conventional Jumper Equipment will not be penalized. A Standing or Running Martingale is permitted. Draw Reins, German Martingales or other non-conventional tack is NOT permitted. RESTRICTIONS - USEF Jumper Schooling Rules will be in effect. There is to be no contact between the exhibitor and trainer with either the judges or the course designer prior to or at the conclusion of any round without a specified Technical Delegate or Show Steward present. AWARDS – Trophy and Cooler to the winner, and Ribbons and Prizes 1-8


NATIONAL SUNSHINE II

LEGEND® Multi Dose

SUNSHINE EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIPS

(hyaluronate sodium)

For Intravenous Use in Horses Only Not for Intra-Articular Use and

ELIGIBILITY - Open to Riders who have won a First or Second place ribbon in an Open Equitation Class

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(hyaluronate sodium) 4 mL For Intravenous Use In Horses Only 2 mL For Intravenous or Intra-Articular Use In Horses Only

day; Phase 3 to be held the second day. To be judged under the Open Numerical Scoring System. Additional testing of the top 4 riders overall at judge’s discretion.

BRIEF SUMMARY Prior to use please consult the product insert, a summary of which follows:

Phase 1: Phase 2: Phase 3:

CAUTION Federal Law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian. INDICATIONS LEGEND® Injectable Solution and LEGEND® Multi Dose Injectable Solution are indicated in the treatment of equine joint dysfunction associated with equine osteoarthritis. 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.

Over Fences Flat Over Fences

Score to count 25% Score to count 25% Score to count 50%

Day One Day One Day Two

Phase 1: To be shown over a Hunter-type course of 8-10 fences the required height. Phase 2: To be shown at a Walk, Trot, and Canter both directions of the ring. Optional tests include: Halt; Sitting Trot; demonstrate a Lengthening of Stride at the trot and/or canter. Riders in the 15-17 age group may be asked to Counter Canter - no more than 12 to Counter Canter at the same. Phase 3: To be shown over a Medal-type course of 8-10 fences the required height. To include a double combination and at least two of the following: rollback, broken line, long approach to a single fence, end jump or narrow jump.

SCORING - Scores will be added, according to percentages above, to determine the winners. In the case of a tie for First Place, there will be a work-off to determine the winner. In the case of a tie for any other place, the score from Phase 3 shall break the tie.

RESTRICTIONS - Horses and Riders may compete in any other class for which they are eligible. The

same horse must be used in all phases. In the case of illness or injury to the horse, the rider may petition to ride a substitute horse subject to approval by the Show Committee. Entry fee is not refundable after the start of Phase 1 of each Championship.

TACK AND EQUIPMENT - Conventional Tack per EQ105.5. ORDER OF GO - The Order of Go for Phase 1 will be drawn. The order for Phase 3 will be reverse order of scores from Phase 1 and 2.

AWARDS - Trophy and Ribbons 1-8 in for each Phase and Overall.

CLASS

HEIGHT

625. EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIP 11/UNDER 2’6”

$150 $25

3’3” $150 $25

Open to Junior Riders 15-17 years of age.

628. EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIP 18/OVER

$25

Open to Junior Riders 12-14 years of age.

627. EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIP 15-17

SCRATCH FEE

$150

Open to Junior Riders 11 years of age and under.

626. EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIP 12-14 3’

ENTRY FEE

3’

$150 $25

Open to Amateur Riders 18 and over.

630. EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIP PONIES Open to Junior Riders on ponies.

2’3”,2’6”, 3’ $150

$25


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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.


CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR SUCCESS USHJA wishes the competitors of the Zone Horse of the Year Championship a safe and successful event.

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made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while on the show grounds prior to, during or after the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured on the show grounds prior to, during or after competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules, PCHA Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank and all terms and provisions of this prize list. If I am signing and submitting this Agreement electronically, I acknowledge that my electronic signature shall have the same validity, force and effect as if I affixed my signature by my own hand.

OWNER/AGENT RIDER/HANDLER Is Rider a U.S. Citizen: SIGNATURE: SIGNATURE:

(Required if Rider/Handler is a minor)

Print Name:

SIGNATURE:

I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results resulted, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims

I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this Competition National Sunshine I to the ­following:

This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing.

CDFA Drug Fee: $5 USEF Drug: $15 USEF Fee: $8 USHJA Fee: $7 FEI Drug Fee: $25 PCHA Fee: $3 USEF SP: $45 USHJA SP: $30

MISC. FEES

USEF # USHJA #

STABLE WITH:

HORSES ARRIVE:

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Jumper Nom. Weekly Tent Stall Weekly Permanent Stall Winter Tour Perm. Stall FEI Deposit FEI Horse Stall

$ 300 x _____ = $ __________ $2,500 x _____ = $ __________

Paddock Go Rentals VIP Club

Office fee of $75 per horse charged at the show. See Rules & Regulations.

= $ __________

$ 600 x _____ = $ __________

Barn Office

Total Amount Enclosed

$ 300 x _____ = $ __________

RV

FEI Stall (Tack , Feed, Grooming) $ 375 x _____ = $ __________

(October 27 - March 18)

$

25 x _____ = $ __________

$ Horse Non-Showing

75 x _____ = $ __________

CLASSES

Horse Deposit

RIDER TWO CLASSES

RIDER ONE CLASSES

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CSI3* NSS I

TRAINERS – Need to order Tack Stalls, Paddocks, RVs, feed/shavings, or do splits? See “Trainer’s Barn Account” under Entry Procedures in Rules and Regs for “how to”.

CANADIAN EXHIBITORS CHECK MUST BE PRE-PRINTED “U.S. FUNDS”

HITS, 319 Main Street Saugerties, NY 12477 845.246.8833

EC #

Email

Cell

City

Address

Farm Name

Trainer Name

TRAINER

ON TIME ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY: Wednesday, October 3

I have read the USEF Entry Agreement (GR 906.4) as printed in the Prize List for this Competition and agree to all of its provisions. I understand and agree that by entering this Competition, I am subject to Federation Rules, the Prize List, and local rules of the competition. I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos at the ­competition, and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New York State. Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification

OFFICE USE ONLY

City/St/Zip

Email

Cell

Address

City

OR SS# __ __ __ - __ __ - __ __ __ __ Fed ID # __ __ - __ __ __ __ __ __ __

Address

Rider Name

Name of OR Individual Corporation

RECIPIENT OF PRIZE MONEY AWARDS

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EC #

Email

EC #

Email

Cell

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NATIONAL SUNSHINE SERIES I: Oct. 31 - Nov. 4, 2018

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made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while on the show grounds prior to, during or after the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured on the show grounds prior to, during or after competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules, PCHA Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank and all terms and provisions of this prize list. If I am signing and submitting this Agreement electronically, I acknowledge that my electronic signature shall have the same validity, force and effect as if I affixed my signature by my own hand.

OWNER/AGENT RIDER/HANDLER Is Rider a U.S. Citizen: SIGNATURE: SIGNATURE:

(Required if Rider/Handler is a minor)

Print Name:

SIGNATURE:

I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results resulted, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims

I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this Competition National Sunshine I to the ­following:

This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing.

CDFA Drug Fee: $5 USEF Drug: $15 USEF Fee: $8 USHJA Fee: $7 FEI Drug Fee: $25 PCHA Fee: $3 USEF SP: $45 USHJA SP: $30

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FEI Deposit FEI Horse Stall

$ 300 x _____ = $ __________ $2,500 x _____ = $ __________

Paddock Go Rentals VIP Club

Office fee of $75 per horse charged at the show. See Rules & Regulations.

= $ __________

$ 600 x _____ = $ __________

Barn Office

Total Amount Enclosed

$ 300 x _____ = $ __________

RV

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(October 27 - March 18 - order on NSS Week 1 Entry)

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TRAINERS – Need to order Tack Stalls, Paddocks, RVs, feed/shavings, or do splits? See “Trainer’s Barn Account” under Entry Procedures in Rules and Regs for “how to”.

CANADIAN EXHIBITORS CHECK MUST BE PRE-PRINTED “U.S. FUNDS”

HITS, 319 Main Street Saugerties, NY 12477 845.246.8833

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ON TIME ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3

I have read the USEF Entry Agreement (GR 906.4) as printed in the Prize List for this Competition and agree to all of its provisions. I understand and agree that by entering this Competition, I am subject to Federation Rules, the Prize List, and local rules of the competition. I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos at the ­competition, and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New York State. Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification

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NATIONAL SUNSHINE SERIES II: November 7-11, 2018

MANDATORY

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PRE-SHOW FEED & BEDDING ORDER, HORSE WATCH DELIVERY INFORMATION Trainer's Name

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ORDER INFORMATION Shavings

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Omolene 400

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Impact

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Purina Strategy GX__________

Oats

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Bran

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Beet Pulp

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Ultium

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Super Sport

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Amplify

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Well Solve

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BILLING INFORMATION - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY

Purina Strategy __________ Healthy Edge

1. IF BILLED TO TRAINER: Enter Trainer's Name (DO NOT Use Farm Name) TRAINERS PLEASE NOTE:

You may split your charges for feed and bedding among your customers after arrival. This must be done in the show office by Friday of each horse show week. You should advise your customers that these charges will be on their horse show bill and that they should not check out until after you have split your charges. Only the total dollar amount will be split, i.e., we will not split specific ­quantities of shavings or hay to each customer. However, you may charge different dollar amounts to your customers to account for individual usage.

ALL PRE-SHOW ORDERS MUST BE ON THIS FORM

Bill To: Trainer Name _____________________________________________

(Trainer's Name - Not Farm Name)

OR

2. IF BILLED TO INDIVIDUAL: Enter Horse Name (of horse entered in show), Owner Name and Trainer Name.

Bill To: Horse Name _______________________________________________

Owner Name ______________________________________________

Trainer Name _____________________________________________

(Trainer's Name - Not Farm Name)

PRE-ORDERED FEED TAKES PRECEDENCE SAME DAY ORDERS WILL BE DONE LAST

YOU MAY SEND THIS FORM WITH YOUR ENTRIES OR FAX AT A LATER DATE During to the Horse Shows please fax to 760.399.1952. You may also place your order online at HitsShows.com. ENTRIES MAY NOT BE FAXED 

DO NOT PHONE IN FEED ORDERS

Ordered By____________________________________________ Signature______________________________________________ Date_________________

HORSE WATCH

(Please complete this form. Horse Watch is provided to all. See Rules and Regulations.)

Trainer _____________________________________________________________ Cell _________________________________________________________ Arrival Date ______________________ Depart Date ________________________

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Hotel Name or On-site RV description _________________________________________________ Rm/Lot #________________

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2018 USHJA CHILDREN’S & ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP - ZONES IX&X National Sunshine II | November 7-11, 2018

EVENT LISTING

$20,000 USHJA Children’s/Adult Hunter Championship – Zones IX&X $10,000 USHJA Children’s Hunter Championship $10,000 USHJA Adult Hunter Championship

Entry Fee: $350 Entry Fee: $350

Friday, November 9 - Afternoon 740. Horse Inspection / Jog | Riders Meeting - immediately following the jog. Day One – Saturday, November 10 $5,000 Team Championship | Awards 1-8 for Teams Overall | Prize Money 1-8 for Teams Overall 1741. $1,000 Children’s Hunter Team Under Saddle 1742. $1,000 Children’s Hunter Team Classic – Round 1 1743. $1,000 Children’s Hunter Team Classic – Round 2 1744. $2,000 Children’s Hunter Team – Overall 1841. 1842. 1843. 1844.

$1,000 Adult $1,000 Adult $1,000 Adult $2,000 Adult

Hunter Team Hunter Team Hunter Team Hunter Team

Under Saddle Classic – Round 1 Classic – Round 2 - Overall

Day Two – Sunday, November 11 $5,000 Individual Championship | Awards 1-8 for Individuals Overall | Prize Money 1-8 per class 2741. $1,000 Children’s Hunter Individual Under Saddle 2742. $1,000 Children’s Hunter Individual Derby – Round 1 2743. $1,000 Children’s Hunter Individual Handy – Round 2 2744. $2,000 Children’s Hunter Individual – Overall 2841. 2842. 2843. 2844.

$1,000 Adult $1,000 Adult $1,000 Adult $2,000 Adult

Hunter Hunter Hunter Hunter

Individual Individual Individual Individual

Under Saddle Derby – Round 1 Handy – Round 2 – Overall


$20,000 USHJA Children’s & Adult Hunter Championship - Zones IX&X CONDITIONS & SPECIFICATIONS

ELIGIBILITY - Riders wishing to be considered for qualifying for the USHJA Children’s & Adult Hunter Championship must submit an official application along with the non-refundable fee (per horse/rider combination) to USHJA by September 7, 2018 of the current competition year. Riders must be US Citizens, and must be current, active Junior or Amateur members in good standing with the USEF and USHJA (GR126.1 & JP100.1). The horse must be registered with USHJA (JP100.2) and recorded with USEF pursuant to USEF GR1102, in good standing under USEF rules, and shown under the owner of record who must be an active member of USHJA (GR1110.1). QUALIFYING PROCEDURES - The qualifying period is July 24, 2017 - September 7, 2018. Standings will be based on the Hunter Increment system used for Zone HOTY Awards. RIDER RESTRICTIONS - The Rider may not have competed in a class with fences exceeding 3’3” in height during the qualifying period. Exceptions: The Rider may have competed in the USHJA National Hunter Derby, Junior or Amateur-Owner Hunter 3’3” Section, and/or the Children’s or Adult Jumper Section. NUMBER & COMPOSITION OF TEAMS AND INDIVIDUAL COMPETITORS - Teams will consist of a minimum of three horse/rider combinations but not more than four. Teams will be selected by Random Draw at the competition. A maximum of Six Teams per Zone for the Children’s Championship (24 competitors), and Six Teams per Zone for the Adult Championship (24 competitors) will be eligible. A Fifth horse/rider combination will be assigned to each team as the Traveling Replacement should a member of the Team be unable to participate. The Traveling Replacement will only be eligible to compete in the Individual Championship, unless competing as a substitute on a team. A Rider may not compete on more than one team. Horse substitutions are not permitted. COMPETITION SPECIFICATIONS - The Championship will be held over two days. Under Saddle to be judged in groups of no more than 10 horses. Over Fences to be shown over a course of at least 10 fences 3’ in height with three Option Fences set at 3’3”. The following classes will be held in the order listed. DAY ONE - The Team Championship Under Saddle | Classic Round 1 | Classic Round 2 Under Saddle to be judged in groups of no more than 10 horses. Over Fences to be shown over a course of at least 10 fences 3’ in height. DAY TWO - The Individual Championship Under Saddle | Derby Round 1 | Handy Round 2 Under Saddle to be judged in groups of no more than 10 horses. Over Fences to be shown over a course of at least 10 fences 3’ in height with three Option Fences set at 3’3”. SCORING - General - To be judged under the Open Numerical Scoring System by two Panels of two judges each. Panels will remain the same throughout the Championship. Under Saddles will be judged by one Panel of judges, and will alternate each day for Children’s and Adults (Example: Panel A will judge the Children’s Team and Adult Individual; Panel B will judge the Adult Team and Children’s Individual). One Panel will be designated the Tie-Breaking Panel, and will alternate for each day for Children’s and Adults (Example: Panel A will be the Tie-Breaking Panel for the Children’s Team and Adult Individual; Panel B will be the Tie-Breaking Panel for the Adult Team and Children’s Individual.) No Judging Panel may award the same base score to any two competitors in any one phase. If a horse/rider combination is eliminated in any phase, they are still eligible to compete in remaining phases. DAY ONE - The Team Championship: The Under Saddle to be judged by one Panel of Two Judges. The Over Fences to be judged by two panels of two judges each. To be judged on quality, movement, jumping style, manners and way of going. Scores from each phase will be added for each horse/rider combination to determine overall scores. Each team will discard the lowest overall score (a Team of Three will not have discard score). The Team’s Total Score will determine the overall Team results. Ties will be broken by the single highest base score awarded to any one team member by the designated Tie Breaking Panel in the Handy Round.

DAY TWO - The Individual Championship: The Top 40 horse/rider combinations from the Team Competition, including ties for 40th, will be eligible for the Individual Championship. In addition, any Traveling Replacement who does not compete in the Team Competition is eligible for the Individual Championship. The Under Saddle to be judged by one Panel of Two Judges. The Over Fences to be judged by two panels of two judges each. Derby Phase to be judged on quality, movement, jumping style, manners and way of going. One point will be added for each higher option fence jumped. Handy Phase to be judged on performance, hunter pace, jumping style, quality and substance, movement, handiness and brilliance. Handiness is taken into account in the judges’ base score; one point will be added for each higher option fence jumped. Scores from each phase will be added for each horse/rider combination to determine overall scores. Ties in all phases will be broken by the base score awarded by the Tie Breaking Panel. Ties for overall results will be broken by the base score awarded by the Tie Breaking Panel in the Handy Round. STARTING ORDER DAY ONE - The Team Championship: The starting order for the Teams will be by Random Draw. The starting order of the riders on each team will be determined by the Chef d’Equipe, and will be followed for both Over Fences Phases. DAY TWO - The Individual Championship: The Starting Order for the Derby Phase will be by Random Draw. The Starting Order for the Handy Phase will be reverse order of scores from the Derby Phase. In the case of ties, the base score awarded by the Tie Breaking Panel will determine the order. Competitors returning with a score of zero will have the order drawn. EQUIPMENT - Refer to HU126 and HU127, HU128. STABLING / CHECK-IN - Horses must be stabled on the grounds immediately after the Jog, and must declare their stabling location to the Show Office. At this point, the horse/rider are officially checked-in for the Championship and all schooling requirements and restrictions will be in effect. SCHOOLING - Commencing immediately after the Jog, and until finished competing in the Championship, only the Competition Rider may ride his/her entry. Competition Number must be worn at all times while mounted. RESTRICTIONS - Horses competing in the Championship may compete in other classes at the competition prior to, and after finishing competing in the Championship. HORSE INSPECTION / JOG - There will be a MANDATORY HORSE INSPECTION Friday afternoon, location to be announced. The Judging Panel for the Jog will consist of the Competition Veterinarian and two judges – one from each Judging Panel. Horses competing in the Children’s Hunter Championship must be jogged by a Junior. Horses not accepted at the Horse Inspection will have one opportunity to be re-presented prior to the First Individual Qualifying Class. Horses not accepted after being re-presented will not be allowed to compete. RIDERS MEETING - There will be a mandatory Riders Meeting immediately following the Horse Inspection. Additional requirements regarding schooling, lungeing, riding areas, etc. will be discussed at this time. HORSE HEALTH DOCUMENTS - Passports are not required, but horses must have and present health documents including Coggins and vaccination records as required by their state of origin, the state in which the Championship is being held, and as required by the competition. Documents must be on file in the Show Office prior to the Horse Inspection. BONUS POINTS - Bonus Points will be awarded toward Zone HOTY championships. Refer to USHJA Specifications for details. AWARDS - Ribbons and Prize Money awarded in each section as follows: The Team Championship: Ribbons and Prize Money 1-8 for Individuals in each phase, and for Teams Overall. Prize Money Distribution 1-8: 30% 22% 15% 10% 7% 6% 5% 5% The Individual Championship: Ribbons and Prize Money 1-8 for Individuals in each phase, and Overall. Prize Money Distribution 1-8: 30% 22% 15% 10% 7% 6% 5% 5%


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U.S. Citizen: (if applicable)

YES  NO  Print Name: Is Rider a COACH SIGNATURE:

TRAINER

USEF Drug: USEF Fee: USHJA Fee: CDFA Drug: PCHA Drug: USEF SP: USHJA SP:

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Hunter Team Champ

Zones IX&X

841. $10,000 Adult Entry Fee: $350

$350 x ___1__ = $350

Office Fee of $75 per horse will be billed at the show.

Total

$388

USEF/PCHA Drug/Horse Fee $38 x ___1___ = $38

Championship Entry Fee

Please use NSS II Entry Blank to order Horse Stall.

Stall Fee is additional.

Fees Due with this Entry Form:

741. $10,000 Child Entry Fee: $350

CIRCLE APPROPRIATE SECTION

Children's / Adult Hunter Championship

CLASSES

TRAINERS – Need to order Tack Stalls, Paddocks, RVs, feed/shavings, or do splits? See “Trainer’s Barn Account” under Entry Procedures in Rules and Regs for “how to”.

CANADIAN EXHIBITORS CHECK MUST BE PRE-PRINTED “U.S. FUNDS”

PAYABLE TO

HITS, 319 Main Street Saugerties, NY 12477 845.246.8833

the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while on the showgrounds prior to, during or after the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured on the showgrounds prior to, during or after competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules, and all terms and provisions of this entry blank and all terms and provisions of this prize list. If I am signing and submitting this Agreement electronically, I acknowledge that my electronic signature shall have the same validity, force and effect as if I affixed my signature by my own hand.

OWNER/AGENT RIDER/HANDLER Is Rider a U.S. Citizen: SIGNATURE: SIGNATURE:

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Print Name:

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I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results resulted, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and

I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this Competition HITS National Sunshine Series to the ­following:

Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing.

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USHJA Hunter Team Championship - Zones IX&X: Nov. 7-11 Entries Close: Wednesday, October 17, 2018

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2018 USHJA JUMPER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP ZONES IX&X NATIONAL SUNSHINE II | NOVEMBER 7-11

EVENT LISTING

$60,000 USHJA Jumper Team Championship – Zones IX&X $6,000 Zone Children’s Jumper Championship $6,000 Zone Adult Jumper Championship $9,000 Zone Junior Jumper 1.20m-1.25m Championship $9,000 Zone Amateur Jumper 1.20m-1.25m Championship $15,000 Zone Junior Jumper 1.30m-1.35m Championship $15,000 Zone Amateur Jumper 1.30m-1.35m Championship

Entry Entry Entry Entry Entry Entry

Fee: Fee: Fee: Fee: Fee: Fee:

$250 $250 $300 $300 $375 $375

Thursday, November 8 - Afternoon 640. Horse Inspection / Jog | Riders Meeting - immediately following the jog. Day One – Friday, November 9 First Individual Qualifier | Table II, Section 1, Faults & Time | Ribbons 1-12, Prize Money 1-8 1641. $1,200 Individual Qualifier – Children’s 1651. $1,200 Individual Qualifier – Adult 1661. $1,800 Individual Qualifier – Junior 1.20m-1.25m 1671. $1,800 Individual Qualifier – Amateur 1.20m-1.25m 1681. $3,000 Individual Qualifier – Junior 1.30m-1.35m 1691. $3,000 Individual Qualifier – Amateur 1.30m-1.35m Day Two – Saturday, November 10 Team Championship / Second Individual Qualifier | Table II Modified - Nation’s Cup Format, Two Rounds Medals 1-3, Ribbons 1-8, Prize Money 1-3 to Teams 2641. $2,400 Team Championship / Second Individual Qualifier – Children’s 2651. $2,400 Team Championship / Second Individual Qualifier – Adult 2661. $3,600 Team Championship / Second Individual Qualifier – Junior 1.20m-1.25m 2671. $3,600 Team Championship / Second Individual Qualifier – Amateur 1.20m-1.25m 2681. $6,000 Team Championship / Second Individual Qualifier – Junior 1.30m-1.35m 2691. $6,000 Team Championship / Second Individual Qualifier – Amateur 1.30m-1.35m Day Three – Sunday, November 11 Individual Championship | Table II, Section 2, Modified – One Round Medals 1-3, Ribbons 1-12, Prize Money 1-3 to Overall Winners 4641. $2,400 Individual Championship – Children’s 4651. $2,400 Individual Championship – Adult 4661. $3,600 Individual Championship – Junior 1.20m-1.25m 4671. $3,600 Individual Championship – Amateur 1.20m-1.25m 4681. $6,000 Individual Championship – Junior 1.30m-1.35m 4691. $6,000 Individual Championship – Amateur 1.30m-1.35m


$60,000 USHJA Jumper Team Championship – Zones IX&X CONDITIONS & SPECIFICATIONS ELIGIBILITY - Riders wishing to be considered for qualifying for the USHJA Zone Jumper Team Championship must submit an official application along with a non-refundable fee of $60 (per horse/rider combination) to USHJA by September 24, 2018. Riders must be US Citizens, and must be current, active Junior or Amateur members in good standing with the USEF and USHJA (GR126.1 & JP100.1). The horse must be registered with USHJA (JP100.2) and recorded with USEF pursuant to USEF GR1102, in good standing under USEF rules, and shown under the owner of record who must be an active member of USHJA (GR1110.1).

to compete, a substitution may be made as follows: the next highest ranked horse/rider combination will move into the vacancy unless the rider has another horse in the standings with enough points to be eligible, in which case, the rider may substitute that horse for the original horse. After that date, if a horse/rider combination is unable to compete, the team will be reduced by one rider. If the team is reduced to fewer than three members, the remaining members will be allowed to compete as individuals. If, due to such withdrawals, there are 3 or more individuals in any section, these individuals may be allowed to form a team with the consent of USHJA.

QUALIFYING PROCEDURES - The qualifying period for the 2018 Zones IX&X Championship is November 13, 2017 – September 24, 2018. A Horse/Rider that has earned at least 20 points in their respective Section at USEF Licensed Competitions held prior to June 4 will be eligible.

COMPETITION SPECIFICATIONS - The Championship will be held over three days. The following three classes will be held in the order listed.

Classes to count for each respective Section include: Children’s/Adult Championship: Children’s/Adult Jumper Classes held at 1.10m-1.15m Junior/Amateur 1.20m-1.25m: Junior, Amateur, Amateur-Owner or Young Jumper classes held at 1.20m-1.25m (Junior/Amateur classes at this height labeled Modified, Low, etc. will count). Junior/Amateur 1.30m-1.35m: Junior, Amateur, Amateur-Owner or Young Jumper classes held at 1.30m-1.35m (Junior/Amateur classes at this height labeled Modified, Medium, etc. will count). ELIGIBILITY - A rider will only be eligible to compete in one section of the Championship in any year and may only compete on one team. A rider in the Children’s/Adult Championship may not have shown over fences higher than 1.25m during the qualifying period; A rider in the Junior/Amateur 1.20m-1.25m may not have shown over fences higher than 1.35m during the qualifying period; A rider in the Junior/Amateur 1.30m-1.35m may not have shown over fences higher than 1.45m during the current qualifying year and through the championship. NUMBER & COMPOSITION OF TEAMS - The number of teams each Zone may send to the Championships for each section will be a minimum of three and maximum of eight, based on density and the number of applications received in each zone. A team will consist of a minimum of three horse/rider combinations but not more than four. These riders will participate in both the Team and the Individual competition. No horse or rider may compete on more than one team. TEAM SELECTION - Horse/Rider combinations from each Zone will be selected according to points won in their respective section. If a rider has more than one horse in the standings, the rider must choose on which horse he will compete and the next highest ranked horse/rider combination will move into the vacancy. Up until Sunday, August 5, in the event a qualified horse/rider combination is unable

DAY ONE – THE FIRST INDIVIDUAL QUALIFYING CLASS - Table II, Section 1. Fences 1.10m with spreads to 1.20m; 1.20m with spreads to 1.30m; 1.30m with spreads to 1.40m. Speed 350m/m. Ribbons 1-12 & Prize Money 1-8 in each section. DAY TWO – THE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP/ SECOND AND THIRD INDIVIDUAL QUALIFYING CLASSES Two Rounds. Nations Cup format under Table II Modified, over two identical rounds. Fences 1.15m with spreads to 1.25m; 1.25m with spreads to 1.40m; 1.35m with spreads to 1.45m. Speed 350m/m. The Team Championship also serves as the Second Qualifying Class for the Individual Championship. Medals 1-3, Ribbons 1-8 & Prize Money 1-3 to Teams in each section. DAY THREE – THE INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP Table II, Section 2, One Round. Fences 1.15m with spreads to 1.30m; 1.25m with spreads to 1.40m; 1.35m with spreads to 1.50m. Speed 350m/m. The time from the first Individual Qualifier is the tiebreaker for riders with the same amount of faults to determine the overall placings. Medals 1-3, Ribbons 1-12 & Prize Money 1-3 to the Overall Individual winners. SCORING DAY ONE – THE FIRST INDIVIDUAL QUALIFYING CLASS Scored under Table II – Section 1. Horses with equal faults are placed according to time. For Individual classification, faults and time will carry forward to the next round. DAY TWO – THE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP/ SECOND AND THIRD INDIVIDUAL QUALIFYING CLASSES Two Rounds. Nation's Cup Format under Table II, Modified. To be held over two identical rounds. Each team of four will discard their high score in each round. A team with three riders will have no discard score. The winning team will be the team with the lowest combined scores from the two rounds. In the case of a tie amongst teams in First, Second or Third place, a jump-off will be held in which time will decide. If there are ties for more than two places, the jump-off for the lowest place will take place first. If a jump-off is required, one team member will compete in the jump-off.


Each individual’s first and second round score (faults) will be added to the score (faults) from the first round. These scores will carry over to the Final Individual Round. Scores (faults) from the jump-off will not be added. Only horse/rider combinations that have taken part in the First Individual Qualifying Class (Day One) may compete in the Team Championship DAY THREE – The Individual Championship Table II, Modified. To be held over one round. Each individual’s Final Round score (faults) will be added to the scores from the First and Second days competitions to determine the winners. The top 20 horse/rider combinations (and any tied at 20th) based on cumulative faults from the First, Second and Third Individual Qualifiers will be eligible for the Individual Final. If, for any reason, one or more of the qualified horse/rider combinations are unable to start, they will not be replaced. In order to be eligible for Day Three, the Individual Final, riders must have completed all three phases of the competition – the First Individual Qualifier and both rounds of the team competition. OVERALL – The Individual Champion is the horse/rider combination with the lowest cumulative score from the First, Second, Third and Final Individual Classes (jump-off scores from the Team Championship will not be added in). The time from the First Individual Qualifier acts as the tiebreaker for riders with the same amount of faults to determine the overall placings. STARTING ORDER DAY ONE – The First Individual Qualifying Class The starting order for the First Individual Qualifier will be according to a draw. DAY TWO – The Team Championship/ Second and Third Individual Qualifying Classes The starting order of the teams in the Team Championship will be according to a draw for the first round, and will occur at the same time as the draw for the First Individual Qualifier. The order of riders for the teams will be determined by the Chef d'Equipe immediately following the draw. An additional draw will be held to determine the starting order of the Individuals, who will compete at the start of the Team competition. In the second round, the starting order of teams will be reverse order of team scores from the first round. Any teams tied will go in the order of their first round drawn order. Individuals will again compete before the teams, in reverse order of scores in round one. Any individuals tied will go in reverse order of that of round one. DAY THREE – Individual Championship The starting order will be the reverse order of scores from the First and Second Individual Qualifying Classes. EQUIPMENT - Only Running Martingales are permitted in the Junior/ Amateur Sections. German martingales or draw reins may not be used at any time, including when schooling. The total maximum weight of equipment allowed to be added to a horse’s leg, front or

hind (single or multiple boots, fetlock rings, etc.), is 500 grams (shoe excluded). Boot Inspections may be conducted at the discretion of the USHJA Technical Delegate. STABLING / CHECK-IN - Horses must be stabled on the grounds beginning Thursday, November 8, at 12 noon, and must declare their stabling location to the Show Office. At this point, the horse/ rider are officially checked-in for the Championship and all schooling requirements and restrictions will be in effect. SCHOOLING - Commencing Thursday, November 8, at 12 noon, and until finished competing in the Championship, only the Competition Rider may ride his/her entry. Competition Number must be worn at all times while mounted. USEF Jumper Schooling rules will be in effect. RESTRICTIONS - Horses competing in the Championship may not compete in any other class at the same competition until finished competing in the Championship. HORSE INSPECTION / JOG - There will be a MANDATORY HORSE INSPECTION Thursday Afternoon, location to be announced. A Person Responsible for the horse must be present at the horse inspection. For the purposes of these Championships the Person Responsible is defined as the rider, trainer, parent/ guardian, or an authorized representative (authorization in writing is required). Horses not accepted at the Horse Inspection will have one opportunity to be re-presented prior to the First Individual Qualifying Class. Horses not accepted after being re-presented will not be allowed to compete. RIDERS MEETING - There will be a mandatory Riders Meeting immediately following the Horse Inspection. Additional requirements regarding schooling, lungeing, riding areas, etc. will be discussed at this time. HORSE HEALTH DOCUMENTS - Passports are not required, but horses must have and present health documents including Coggins and vaccination records as required by their state of origin, the state in which the Championship is being held, and as required by the competition. Documents must be on file in the Show Office prior to the Horse Inspection. BONUS POINTS - Bonus Points will be awarded toward Zone HOTY championships. Refer to USHJA Specifications for details. AWARDS - Ribbons and Prize Money awarded in each section as follows: First Individual Qualifier: Ribbons 1-12 Prize Money 1-8: 30% 22% 15% 10% 7% 6% 5% 5% Team Championship: Medals 1-3 | Ribbons 1-8 Prize Money to Teams 1-3: 50% 30% 20% Distributed evenly to team members Overall Individual: Medals 1-3 | Ribbons 1-12 Prize Money to Overall Individual Winners 1-3: 50% 30% 20%


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TRAINER

USEF Drug: USEF Fee: USHJA Fee: CDFA Drug: PCHA Drug: USEF SP: USHJA SP:

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Jumper Team Champ

Zones IX&X

671. $9,000 Amateur 1.20m-1.25m Entry Fee: $300 691. $15,000 Amateur 1.30m-1.35m Entry Fee: $375

661. $9,000 Junior 1.20m-1.25m Entry Fee: $300 681. $15,000 Junior 1.30m-1.35m Entry Fee: $375

Office Fee of $75 per horse will be billed at the show.

Championship Entry Fee $ __________ = $_______ USEF/PCHA Drug/Horse Fee $38 x ___1___ = $38 Total $_______

Please use NSS II Entry Blank to order Horse Stall.

Stall fee is additional.

Fees Due with this Entry Form:

651. $6,000 Adult 1.10m-1.15m Entry Fee: $250

641. $6,000 Child 1.10m-1.15m Entry Fee: $250

CIRCLE APPROPRIATE SECTION

CLASSES

TRAINERS – Need to order Tack Stalls, Paddocks, RVs, feed/shavings, or do splits? See “Trainer’s Barn Account” under Entry Procedures in Rules and Regs for “how to”.

CANADIAN EXHIBITORS CHECK MUST BE PRE-PRINTED “U.S. FUNDS”

PAYABLE TO

HITS, 319 Main Street Saugerties, NY 12477 845.246.8833

the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse while on the showgrounds prior to, during or after the Competition. I have read the Federation Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and if applicable, EV114, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition. I AGREE that if I am injured on the showgrounds prior to, during or after competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules, and all terms and provisions of this entry blank and all terms and provisions of this prize list. If I am signing and submitting this Agreement electronically, I acknowledge that my electronic signature shall have the same validity, force and effect as if I affixed my signature by my own hand.

OWNER/AGENT RIDER/HANDLER Is Rider a U.S. Citizen: SIGNATURE: SIGNATURE:

(Required if Rider/Handler is a minor)

Print Name:

SIGNATURE:

I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used herein includes the Licensee and Competition Management, as well as all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and Federation affiliates. I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death. (“Harm”). I AGREE to hold harmless and release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm of any nature caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm arises or results resulted, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and

I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this Competition HITS National Sunshine Series to the ­following:

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2018 NATIONAL SUNSHINE SERIES TENTATIVE SCHEDULE - HUNTERS - WEEK I HUNTER RING 1 W E D N E S D AY

7:30 am 50. Green Conf Hunter Model 71. Reg Conf Hunter Model 1. Hi-Low Hunter 40. 3’6” Green Hunter 41. 3’6” Green Hunter 44. 3’6” Green Hunter U/S 45. 3’9” Green Hunter 46. 3’9” Green Hunter 49. 3’9” Green Hunter U/S

T H U R S D AY

8 am 2. Hi-Low Hunter 42. 3’6” Green Hunter 43. 3’6” Green Hunter - Handy 47. 3’9” Green Hunter 48. 3’9” Green Hunter - Handy 53. Green Conf Hunter 54. Green Conf Hunter - Handy 74. High Performance Conf Hunter 75. High Performance Conf Hunter - Handy

F R I D AY 8 am 374. USEF ADULT MEDAL 87. A-O Hunter Low 18-35 88.* A-O Hunter Low 18-35 525. A-O Hunter Low 36/O 526.* A-O Hunter Low 36/O 394. ARIAT ADULT MEDAL 322. Adult Eq Fences - HOTY 323. Adult Eq Fences - HOTY 3. Hi-Low Hunter

HUNTER RING 2

HUNTER RING 1 Continued 51&52. Green Conf Hunter 55. Green Conf Hunter U/S 72&73. High Performance Conf Hunter 76. High Performance Conf Hunter U/S 56&57. High Performance Hunter 60. High Performance Hunter U/S 66&67. Performance Hunter 3’6” 61&62. Performance Hunter 3’3” 34&35. Green Hunter 3’3”

HUNTER RING 1 Continued 58. 59. 70. 68. 69. 65. 63. 64. 38. 36. 37.

High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter - Handy Performance Hunter 3’6” U/S Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” - Handy Performance Hunter 3’3” U/S Performance Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” - Handy Green Hunter U/S 3’3” Green Hunter 3’3” Green Hunter 3’3”

HUNTER RING 1 Continued 132. Small Jr Hunter Low 133.* Small Jr Hunter Low 136. Small Jr Hunter Low - U/S 632. Large Jr Hunter Low 633.* Large Jr Hunter Low 636. Large Jr Hunter Low - U/S 631. $1,500 PLATINUM PERFORMANCE HUNTER PRIX

* 1st Round of Classic

S AT U R D AY

HUNTER RING 1

8 am 382. FOXFIELD MEDAL 77. A-O Hunter 18-35 78.* A-O Hunter 18-35 81. A-O Hunter 18-35 U/S 82. A-O Hunter 36/O 83.* A-O Hunter 36/O 86. A-O Hunter 36/O U/S 91. A-O Hunter Low 18-35 U/S 89. A-O Hunter Low 18-35 90. A-O Hunter Low 18-35 - Handy 529. A-O Hunter Low 36/O U/S 527. A-O Hunter Low 36/O 528. A-O Hunter Low 36/O - Handy 112. Sm Jr Hunter 15/U 113.* Sm Jr Hunter 15/U 116. Sm Jr Hunter 15/U U/S 122. Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U 123.* Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U 126. Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U U/S 117. Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 118.* Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 121. Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 127. Lrg Jr Hunter 16-17 128.* Lrg Jr Hunter 16-17 131. Lrg Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 134. Sm Junior Hunter Low 135. Sm Junior Hunter Low - Handy 634. Lrg Junior Hunter Low 635. Lrg Junior Hunter Low - Handy 401. $1,000 JR/A-O HTR CLASSIC 3’3” (2nd Rnd) 309. Eq 14-15 Flat - HOTY 312. Eq 14-15 Fences - HOTY 305. Eq 12-13 Flat - HOTY 308. Eq 12-13 Fences - HOTY 381. CPHA CHILD/ADULT MEDAL 380. CPHA HORSEMANSHIP MEDAL

HUNTER RING 2

8 am

370. USEF HUNTER SEAT MEDAL 377. CPHA JUNIOR MEDAL 378. CPHA AMATEUR MEDAL 474. NCEA JUNIOR MEDAL 699. NHS 3’3” MEDAL 313. Eq 16-17 Flat - HOTY 314. Eq 16-17 Fences - HOTY 315. Eq 16-17 Fences - HOTY 316. Eq 16-17 Fences - HOTY 386. PCHA MEDAL 35/O 685. PCHA MEDAL 18-34 385. PCHA MEDAL 14/U 395. LEGIS CHILDREN’S MEDAL 396. LEGIS AMATEUR MEDAL 397. LEGIS JR/AM JUMPER MEDAL 546. Desert Child Hunter 547. Desert Child Hunter 548. Desert Child Hunter 549. Desert Child Hunter U/S 550. Desert Adult Hunter 551. Desert Adult Hunter 552. Desert Adult Hunter 553. Desert Adult Hunter U/S 346. Adult Eq 2’ Fences 347. Adult Eq 2’ Fences 348. Adult Eq 2’ Fences 345. Adult Eq 2’ Flat 333. Junior Maiden Eq Flat 334. Junior Maiden Eq Fences 337. Junior Novice Eq Flat 338. Junior Novice Eq Fences 341. Junior Limit Eq Flat 342. Junior Limit Eq Fences 361. Beginner Eq 362. Beginner Eq 363. Beginner Eq 364. Advanced Beginner Eq 365. Advanced Beginner Eq 366. Advanced Beginner Eq 367. Crossrail Equitation Flat 368-369. Crossrail Equitation

* 1st Round of Classic

S U N D AY

HUNTER RING 1

8 am 94. Adult Hunter 18-35 95. Adult Hunter 18-35 Stake 99. Adult Hunter 36-50 100. Adult Hunter 36-50 Stake 104. Adult Hunter 51/O 105. Adult Hunter 51/O Stake 405. M&S ADULT HTR CLASSIC (2nd Rnd) 379. CPHA FOUNDATION MEDAL 371. ASPCA HORSEMANSHIP MEDAL 373. WIHS MEDAL (Hunter Phase) 114. Small Jr Hunter 15/U 115. Small Jr Hunter 15/U - Handy 124. Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U 125. Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U - Handy 119. Small Jr Hunter 16-17 120. Small Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 129. Large Jr Hunter 16-17 130. Large Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 79. A-O Hunter 18-35 80. A-O Hunter 18-35 - Handy 84. A-O Hunter 36/O 85. A-O Hunter 36/O - Handy 501. $500 JR/A-O/AM HTR CLASSIC - 3’6”

(2nd Rnd)

630. $2,500 DEVOUCOUX HUNTER PRIX

HUNTER RING 2

8 am

393. THIS CHILD MEDAL 139. Child Hunter 13/U 140. Child Hunter 13/U Stake 141. Child Hunter 13/U U/S 144. Child Hunter 14-17 145. Child Hunter 14-17 Stake 146. Child Hunter 14-17 U/S 149. Child Hunter Pony 150. Child Hunter Pony 151. Child Hunter Pony U/S 404. M&S CHILD HTR CLASSIC (2nd Rnd) 187. Pre-Child Hunter 188. Pre-Child Hunter 189. Pre-Child Hunter 190. Pre-Child Hunter 191. Pre-Child Hunter U/S 192. Pre-Adult Hunter 193. Pre-Adult Hunter 194. Pre-Adult Hunter 195. Pre-Adult Hunter 196. Pre-Adult Hunter U/S 530. Thermal Child Hunter 531. Thermal Child Hunter 532. Thermal Child Hunter 533. Thermal Child Hunter U/S

7:30 am 5. Low Hunter 6. Low Hunter 29. Green Hunter 3’ 30. Green Hunter 3’ 19&20. Training Hunter 24&25. Baby Green Hunter 575&576. Young Hunter 3’ 580&581. Young Hunter 3’3” 585&586. Young Hunter 3’6”

AON HITS Desert Horse Park has plenty of rings! Rings may be added and classes may change rings to accommodate entries. Days of classes will not change. During the shows, daily updates will be posted at HitsShows.com each night after 6 pm.

7:30 am 9. Low Hunter U/S 33. Green Hunter U/S 3’ 7. Low Hunter 8. Low Hunter 31. Green Hunter 3’ 32. Green Hunter 3’ 23. Training Hunter U/S 28. Baby Green Hunter U/S 26&27. Baby Green Hunter 21. Training Hunter 22. Training Hunter 8 am 306. Eq 12-13 Fences - HOTY 307. Eq 12-13 Fences - HOTY 310. Eq 14-15 Fences - HOTY 311. Eq 14-15 Fences - HOTY 10. Schooling Hunter (2’6”) 538. Mod Child Hunter 539. Mod Child Hunter 540. Mod Child Hunter 541. Mod Child Hunter U/S

HUNTER RING 3

8 am 11&12. Schooling Hunter (2’6”) 383. ONONDARKA MEDAL 137&138.* Child Hunter 13/U 142. Child Hunter 14-17 143.* Child Hunter 14-17 147. Child Hunter Pony 148.* Child Hunter Pony 97. Adult Hunter 36-50 98.* Adult Hunter 36-50 101. Adult Hunter 36-50 U/S 102. Adult Hunter 51/O 103.* Adult Hunter 51/O 106. Adult Hunter 51/O U/S 321. Adult Eq Flat - HOTY 324. Adult Eq Fences - HOTY 92. Adult Hunter 18-35 93.* Adult Hunter 18-35 96. Adult Hunter 18-35 U/S 301. Eq 11/U Flat - HOTY 302. Eq 11/U Fences - HOTY 177. Short Stirrup Hunter 178. Short Stirrup Hunter 179. Short Stirrup Hunter 180. Short Stirrup Hunter 181. Short Stirrup Hunter U/S 317. Pony Eq Flat - HOTY 318. Pony Eq Fences - HOTY 319. Pony Eq Fences - HOTY 152. Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Model 590. Green Pony Schooling 153. Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter - Conf 154. Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter

HUNTER RING 2 Continued 577. Young Hunter 3’ 578. Young Hunter 3’ 579. Young Hunter 3’ U/S 582. Young Hunter 3’3” 583. Young Hunter 3’3” 584. Young Hunter 3’3” U/S 587. Young Hunter 3’6” 588. Young Hunter 3’6” 589. Young Hunter 3’6” U/S

HUNTER 2 Continued 542. 543. 544. 545. 398. 399. 554. 555. 556. 557.

Modified Adult Hunter Modified Adult Hunter Modified Adult Hunter Modified Adult Hunter U/S CORNERSTONE CH/AD MEDAL LEGIS MINI MEDAL Modified Jr/Am Hunter Modified Jr/Am Hunter Modified Jr/Am Hunter Modified Jr/Am Hunter U/S

HUNTER 3 Continued

652. Lrg Green Pony Hunter Model 653. Lrg Green Pony Hunter - Conf 654. Lrg Green Pony Hunter 159. Small Pony Hunter Model 376. WIHS PONY MEDAL - SMALL 160. Small Pony Hunter - Conf 161.* Small Pony Hunter 165. Medium Pony Hunter Model 376. WIHS PONY MEDAL - MEDIUM 166. Medium Pony Hunter - Conf 167.* Medium Pony Hunter 171. Large Pony Hunter Model 376. WIHS PONY MEDAL - LARGE 172. Large Pony Hunter - Conf 173.* Large Pony Hunter * 1st Round of Classic

ZONE X HOTY EQUITATION CHAMPIONSHIPS - will be held

* 1st Round of Classic

as an overlay with the respective Division Enter the following class numbers to be eligible Eq 11/Under 601,602,603,604 Eq 12-13 605,606,607,608 Eq 14-15 609,610,611,612 Eq 16-17 613,614,615,616 Pony Eq 617,618,619,620 Adult Eq 621,622,623,624

HUNTER RING 2 Continued

HUNTER RING 3

534. Thermal Adult Hunter 535. Thermal Adult Hunter 536. Thermal Adult Hunter 537. Thermal Adult Hunter U/S 335. Junior Maiden Eq Fences 336. Junior Maiden Eq Fences 339. Junior Novice Eq Fences 340. Junior Novice Eq Fences 343. Junior Limit Eq Fences 344. Junior Limit Eq Fences 303. Eq 11/U Fences - HOTY 304. Eq 11/U Fences - HOTY 357. Short Stirrup Eq Flat 358. Short Stirrup Eq Fences 359. Short Stirrup Eq Fences 360. Short Stirrup Eq Fences

8 am 320. Pony Eq Fences - HOTY 591. Green Pony Schooling 155&156. S/M Green Pony Hunter 157. S/M Green Pony Hunter U/S 655&656. Lrg Green Pony Hunter 657. Lrg Green Pony Hunter U/S 375. USEF PONY MEDAL - SMALL 162. Small Pony Hunter 163. Small Pony Hunter - Handy 164. Small Pony Hunter U/S 375. USEF PONY MEDAL - MEDIUM 168. Medium Pony Hunter 169. Medium Pony Hunter - Handy 170. Medium Pony Hunter U/S 375. USEF PONY MEDAL - LARGE 174 Large Pony Hunter 175. Large Pony Hunter - Handy 176. Large Pony Hunter U/S 403. $1,500 WEST COAST PONY HUNTER FINAL

HUNTERS Week I


2018 NATIONAL SUNSHINE SERIES TENTATIVE SCHEDULE - JUMPERS - WEEK I GRAND PRIX STADIUM

JUMPER RING 1

JUMPER RING 2

W E D N E S D AY 8 am 261. 1.20m Jumper - II.2.c. 265. 1.30m Jumper - II.2.c. 268. 1.40m Jumper - II.2.b. 271. $5,000 JOHNSON HORSE TRANSPORTATION 1.40M/1.45 OPEN WELCOME - II.2.b.

8 am 200. .80m Jumper - II. 204. .90m Jumper - II.2.b. 208. 1.0m Jumper - II. 212. 1.10m Jumper - II.2.b. 216. 1.15m Jumper - II.2.c.

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8 am 201. .80m Jumper - II. 205. .90m Jumper - II. 209. 1.0m Jumper - II. 213. 1.10m Jumper - II. 221. Adult Jumper High - II.2.b. 229. Child Jumper High - II.2.b. 237. Adult Jumper Low - II.2.b. 241. Child Jumper Low - II.2.b. 245. Mod Child/Adult Jumper - II.2.b. 273. A-O/Am Jumper 1.20m - II.2.b. 282. Junior Jumper 1.20m - II.2.b. 276. A-O/Am Jumper 1.30m - II.2.b. 285. Junior Jumper 1.30m - II.2.b.

7 am 720. .FEI Horse Inspection

8 am 214. 1.10m Jumper - II.2.b. 218. 1.15m Jumper - II.2.b. 283. Junior Jumper 1.20m - II.1. 274. A-O/Am Jumper 1.20m - II.1. 286. Junior Jumper 1.30m - II.1. 277. A-O/Am Jumper 1.30m - II.1.

8 am 202. .80m Jumper - II. 206. .90m Jumper - II. 210. 1.0m Jumper - II. 246. Mod Child/Adult Jumper - II.2.b. 257. Pony Jumper - II.2.b. 238. Adult Jumper Low - II.2.b. 242. Child Jumper Low - II.2.b. 222. Adult Jumper High - II.2.b 230. Child Jumper High - II.2.b.

T H U R S D AY 8 am 217. 1.15m Jumper - II.1. 262. 1.20m Jumper - II.1. 266. 1.30m Jumper - II.2.b. 269. 1.40m Jumper - II.1. 288. Junior/A-O/Am Jumper 1.40m - II.2.b.

F R I D AY 8 am 263. 1.20m Jumper - II.2.c. 267. 1.30m Jumper - II.2.b. 270. 1.40m Jumper - II.2.c. 289. Junior/A-O/Am Jumper 1.40m - II.1. 415. $25,000 SMARTPAK OPEN PRIX - 1.40m 721. $35,000 COACHELLA WELCOME STAKE (FEI) SAT UR D AY 7:30 am 372. USEF TALENT SEARCH - Jump 1st 473. WIHS MEDAL (Jumper Phase) 384. WCE JR/AM MEDAL 698. USHJA JUMPER MEDAL 697. CPHA STYLE OF RIDING 215. 1.10m Jumper - II.1. 284. Junior Jumper 1.20m - II.2.b. 275. A-O/Am Jumper 1.20m - II.2.b. 278. A-O/Am Jumper 1.30m - II.2.b. 287. Junior Jumper 1.30m - II.2.b. 290. Junior/A-O/Am Jumper 1.40m - II.2.b. 722. $40,200 COACHELLA CLASSIC (FEI) 417. $15,000 ROBLEE VALENTINE EQUESTRIAN REALITY 1.35M CLASSIC - II.2.a. SUNDAY 8 am 412. $2,500 JUNIOR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.20m 512. USHJA ZONE X HOTY JR/AM 1.20M JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP 413. $5,000 PYRANHA JUNIOR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.30M 513. USHJA ZONE X HOTY JR/AM 1.30M JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP 414. $7,500 KINDRED BIO JR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.40M 514. USHJA ZONE X HOTY JR/AM 1.40M JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP 594. LEADLINE 725. $100,000 COACHELLA GRAND PRIX (FEI)

7:30 am 203. .80m Jumper - II. 211. 1.0m Jumper - II. 219. 1.15m Jumper - II.2.c. 264. 1.20m Jumper - II.2.c. 247. Mod Child/Adult Jumper - II.1. 239. Adult Jumper Low - II.1. 243. Child Jumper Low - II.1. 223. Adult Jumper High - II.1. 231. Child Jumper High - II.1. 258. Pony Jumper - II.2.b. 259. Pony Jumper - II.2.b.

8 am 411. $2,000 M&S CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC - HIGH 511. USHJA ZONE X HOTY CHILD/ADULT HIGH JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP 410. $1,000 CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC - LOW 510. USHJA ZONE X HOTY CHILD/ADULT LOW JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP 224. Adult Jumper High - II.2.b. 232. Child Jumper High - II.2.b. 240. Adult Jumper Low - II.1. 244. Child Jumper Low - II.1. 207. .90m Jumper - II. 248. Mod Child/Adult Jumper - II.2.b. 260. Pony Jumper - II.2.b. 560. ZONE X HOTY PONY JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP

CLOSED

CLOSED

HOTY JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIPS will be held as an “overlay” with the corresponding Jumper Classic. Enter both to be eligible.

JUMPER SCHEDULE Week I


2018 NATIONAL SUNSHINE SERIES TENTATIVE SCHEDULE - HUNTERS - WEEK II HUNTER RING 1 W E D N E S D AY

7:30 am 50. Green Conf Hunter Model 71. High Performance Conf Hunter Model 1. Hi-Low Hunter 40&41. 3’6” Green Hunter 44. 3’6” Green Hunter U/S 45.&46. 3’9” Green Hunter 49. 3’9” Green Hunter U/S 51.&52. Green Conf Hunter 55. Green Conf Hunter U/S 72.&73. High Performance Conf Hunter 76. High Performance Conf Hunter U/S 56.&57. High Performance Work Hunter 60. High Performance Work Hunter U/S 66.&67. Performance Hunter 3’6” 61. Performance Hunter 3’3”

T H U R S D AY

8 am 2. Hi-Low Hunter 42. 3’6” Green Hunter 43. 3’6” Green Hunter - Handy 47. 3’9” Green Hunter 48. 3’9” Green Hunter - Handy 53. Green Conf Hunter 54. Green Conf Hunter - Handy 74. High Performance Conf Hunter 75. High Performance Conf Hunter - Handy 58. High Performance Hunter 59. High Performance Hunter - Handy 70. Performance Hunter 3’6” U/S 68. Performance Hunter 3’6” 69. Performance Hunter 3’6” - Handy 65. Performance Hunter 3’3” U/S 64. Performance Hunter 3’3” - Handy

F R I D AY

8 am 374. USEF ADULT MEDAL 87.&88.* A-O Hunter Low 18-35 525.&526.* A-O Hunter Low 36/O 322. Adult Eq Fences 323. Adult Eq Fences 370. USEF MEDAL 377. CPHA JUNIOR MEDAL 378. CPHA AMATEUR MEDAL 474. NCEA JUNIOR MEDAL 699. NHS 3’3” MEDAL 313. Eq 16-17 Flat 314. Eq 16-17 Fences 315. Eq 16-17 Fences 132.&133.* Sm Jr Hunter Low 136. Sm Jr Hunter Low - U/S 632.&633.* Lrg Jr Hunter Low 636. Lrg Jr Hunter Low - U/S 3. Hi-Low Hunter

HUNTER RING 2

HUNTER RING 3

8 am 5. Low Hunter 29. Green Hunter 3’ 62. Performance Hunter 3’3” 575. Young Hunter 3’ 576. Young Hunter 3’ 580. Young Hunter 3’3” 581. Young Hunter 3’3” 585. Young Hunter 3’6” 586. Young Hunter 3’6”

8 am 6. Low Hunter 30. Green Hunter 3’ 34. Green Hunter 3’3” 35. Green Hunter 3’3” 19. Training Hunter 20. Training Hunter 24. Baby Green Hunter 25. Baby Green Hunter

HUNTER RING 4

7:30 am 9. Low Hunter U/S 33. Green Hunter U/S 3’ 38. Green Hunter U/S 3’3” 7. Low Hunter 31. Green Hunter 3’ 63. Performance Hunter 3’3” 577. Young Hunter 3’ 578. Young Hunter 3’ 579. Young Hunter 3’ U/S 582. Young Hunter 3’3” 583. Young Hunter 3’3” 584. Young Hunter 3’3” U/S 587. Young Hunter 3’6” 588. Young Hunter 3’6” 589. Young Hunter 3’6” U/S

8 am 8. Low Hunter 32. Green Hunter 3’ 36. Green Hunter 3’3” 37. Green Hunter 3’3” 23. Training Hunter U/S 28. Baby Green Hunter U/S 21&22. Training Hunter 26&27. Baby Green Hunter

8 am 394. ARIAT ADULT MEDAL 386. PCHA MEDAL 35/O 685. PCHA MEDAL 18-34 385. PCHA MEDAL 14/U 631. $1,500 PLATINUM PERFORMANCE HUNTER PRIX 554. Modified Jr/Am Hunter 555. Modified Jr/Am Hunter 556. Modified Jr/Am Hunter 557. Modified Jr/Am Hunter U/S 395. LEGIS CHILDREN’S MEDAL 396. LEGIS AMATEUR MEDAL 740. USHJA CHILD/ADULT CHAMPIONSHIP JOG Riders Meeting to Follow

8 am 306. Eq 12-13 Fences 307. Eq 12-13 Fences 310. Eq 14-15 Fences 311. Eq 14-15 Fences 10. Schooling Hunter (2’6”) 538. Mod Child Hunter 539. Mod Child Hunter 540. Mod Child Hunter 541. Mod Child Hunter U/S 542. Modified Adult Hunter 543. Modified Adult Hunter 544. Modified Adult Hunter 545. Modified Adult Hunter U/S 398. LEGIS CORNERSTONE CH/AD MEDAL 399. LEGIS MINI MEDAL

8 am 383. ONONDARKA MEDAL 137. Child Hunter 13/U 138.* Child Hunter 13/U 142. Child Hunter 14-17 143.* Child Hunter 14-17 147. Child Hunter Pony 148.* Child Hunter Pony 13. Schooling Hunter (3’) 628. Eq Championship 18/O Rnd 1 + Flat 97. Adult Hunter 36-50 98.* Adult Hunter 36-50 101. Adult Hunter 36-50 U/S 102. Adult Hunter 51/O 103.* Adult Hunter 51/O 106. Adult Hunter 51/O U/S 92. Adult Hunter 18-35 93.* Adult Hunter 18-35 96. Adult Hunter 18-35 U/S 321. Adult Eq Flat 324. Adult Eq Fences 309. Eq 14-15 Flat 312. Eq 14-15 Fences 316. Eq 16-17 Fences 305. Eq 12-13 Flat 308. Eq 12-13 Fences 380. CPHA HORSEMANSHIP MEDAL

8 am 630. EQ CHAMP PONIES - Rnd 1 + Flat 317. Pony Eq Flat 318. Pony Eq Fences 319. Pony Eq Fences 159. Small Pony Hunter Model 376. WIHS PONY MEDAL - SMALL 160. Small Pony Hunter - Conf 161.* Small Pony Hunter 165. Medium Pony Hunter - Model 376. WIHS PONY MEDAL - MEDIUM 166. Medium Pony Hunter - Conf 167.* Medium Pony Hunter 171. Large Pony Hunter - Model 376. WIHS PONY MEDAL - LARGE 172. Large Pony Hunter - Conf 173.* Large Pony Hunter 152. Sm/Med Green Pony Htr Model 590. Green Pony Schooling 153. Sm/Med Green Pony Htr - Conf 154. Sm/Med Pony Hunter 652. Lrg Green Pony Hunter Model 653. Lrg Green Pony Hunter - Conf 654. Lrg Green Pony Hunter 546.-548. Desert Child Hunter 549. Desert Child Hunter U/S 550.-552. Desert Adult Hunter 553. Desert Adult Hunter U/S

8 am 11. Schooling Hunter (2’6”) 12. Schooling Hunter (2’6”) 381. CPHA CHILD/ADULT MEDAL 346.-348. Adult Eq 2’ Fences 345. Adult Eq 2’ Flat 301. Eq 11/U Flat 302. Eq 11/U Fences 333. Junior Maiden Eq Flat 334. Junior Maiden Eq Fences 337. Junior Novice Eq Flat 338. Junior Novice Eq Fences 341. Junior Limit Eq Flat 342. Junior Limit Eq Fences 361.-363. Beginner Eq 364. Advanced Beginner Eq 365. Advanced Beginner Eq 366. Advanced Beginner Eq 367. Cross Rail Eq O/F 368. Cross Rail Eq O/F 369. Cross Rail Eq Flat 177. Short Stirrup Hunter 178. Short Stirrup Hunter 179. Short Stirrup Hunter 180. Short Stirrup Hunter 181. Short Stirrup Hunter U/S

8 am 628. EQ CHAMPIONSHIP 18/O - Rnd 2 94. Adult Hunter 18-35 95. Adult Hunter 18-35 Stake 99. Adult Hunter 36-50 100. Adult Hunter 36-50 Stake 104. Adult Hunter 51/O 105. Adult Hunter 51/O Stake 405. M&S ADULT HUNTER CLASSIC (2nd Rnd) 393. THIS CHILD MEDAL 139. Child Hunter 13/U 140. Child Hunter 13/U Stake 141. Child Hunter 13/U U/S 144. Child Hunter 14-17 145. Child Hunter 14-17 Stake 146. Child Hunter 14-17 U/S 149. Child Hunter Pony 150. Child Hunter Pony 151. Child Hunter Pony U/S 404. M&S CHILD HUNTER CLASSIC (2nd Rnd)

8 am 630. EQ CHAMPIONSHIP PONIES - Rnd 2 320. Pony Eq Fences 375. USEF PONY MEDAL - SMALL 162. Small Pony Hunter 163. Small Pony Hunter - Handy 164. Small Pony Hunter U/S 375. USEF PONY MEDAL - MEDIUM 168. Medium Pony Hunter 169. Medium Pony Hunter - Handy 170. Medium Pony Hunter U/S 375. USEF PONY MEDAL - LARGE 174. Large Pony Hunter 175. Large Pony Hunter - Handy 176. Large Pony Hunter U/S 591. Green Pony Schooling 155. Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 156. Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 157. Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter U/S 655. Lrg Green Pony Hunter 656. Lrg Green Pony Hunter 657. Lrg Green Pony Hunter U/S 403. $1,500 PONY HUNTER PRIX

8 am 187-190. Pre-Child Hunter 191. Pre-Child Hunter U/S 192-195. Pre-Adult Hunter 196. Pre-Adult Hunter U/S 303. Eq 11/U Fences 304. Eq 11/U Fences 335.&336. Junior Maiden Eq Fences 339.&340. Junior Novice Eq Fences 343.&344. Junior Limit Eq Fences 357. Short Stirrup Eq Flat 358.-360. Short Stirrup Eq Fences 625. EQ CHAMPIONSHIP 11/U - Rnd 2 626. EQ CHAMPIONSHIP 12-14 - Rnd 2 530. Thermal Child Hunter 531. Thermal Child Hunter 532. Thermal Child Hunter 533. Thermal Child Hunter U/S 534. Thermal Adult Hunter 535. Thermal Adult Hunter 536. Thermal Adult Hunter 537. Thermal Adult Hunter U/S

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AON HITS Desert Horse Park has plenty of rings! Rings may be added and classes may change rings to accommodate entries. Days of classes will not change. During the shows, daily updates will be posted at HITSShows.com each night after 6 pm.

* 1st Rnd of Classic

S ATU R D AY

8 am 382. FOXFIELD MEDAL 77&78. A-O Hunter 18-35 81. A-O Hunter 18-35 U/S 82&83 A-O Hunter 36/O 86. A-O Hunter 36/O U/S 112&113 Sm Jr Hunter 15/U 116. Sm Jr Hunter 15/U U/S 122.&123.* Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U 126. Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U U/S 117&118. Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 121. Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 127&128 Lrg Jr Hunter 16-17 131. Lrg Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 89. A-O Hunter Low 18-35 U/S 90. A-O Hunter Low 18-35 91. A-O Hunter Low 18-35 - Handy 529. A-O Hunter Low 36/O U/S 527. A-O Hunter Low 36/O 528. A-O Hunter Low 36/O - Handy 134. Sm Junior Hunter Low 135. Sm Junior Hunter Low - Handy 634. Lrg Junior Hunter Low 635. Lrg Junior Hunter Low - Handy 401. $1,000 JR/A-O HUNTER 3’3” CLASSIC (2nd Rnd) USHJA HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP 1741. Child 1841. Adult

* 1st Rnd of Classic

* 1st Rnd of Classic

S U N D AY

8 am 373. WIHS MEDAL (Hunter Phase) 114. Small Jr Hunter 15/U 115. Small Jr Hunter 15/U - Handy 124. Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U 125. Lrg Jr Hunter 15/U - Handy 119. Small Jr Hunter 16-17 120. Small Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 129. Large Jr Hunter 16-17 130. Large Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 501. $1,000 JR/A-O/AM HUNTER CLASSIC - 3’6” (2nd Rnd) 79. A-O Hunter 18-35 80. A-O Hunter 18-35 - Handy 84. A-O Hunter 36/O 85. A-O Hunter 36/O - Handy 371. ASPCA HORSEMANSHIP MEDAL 627. EQ CHAMPIONSHIP 15-17 - Rnd 2 USHJA HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP 2741. Child 2841. Adult

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2018 NATIONAL SUNSHINE SERIES TENTATIVE SCHEDULE - JUMPERS - WEEK II GRAND PRIX STADIUM

JUMPER RING 1

JUMPER RING 2

W E D N E S D AY 8 am 265. 1.30m Jumper - II.2.c. 268. 1.40m Jumper - II.2.b 271. $5,000 JOHNSON HORSE TRANSPORTATION OPEN WELCOME 1.45M 11.2.b (USEF)

8 am 212. 1.10m Jumper - II.2.b. 216. 1.15m Jumper - II.2.c. 261. 1.20m Jumper - II.2.c.

8 am 200. .80m Jumper - II. 204. .90m Jumper - II.2.b. 208. 1.0m Jumper - II.

T H U R S D AY 8 am USHJA JUMPER CHAMP Training Session | 90 seconds 741. Children’s 742. Adult 743. Jr/Am 1.20-1.25m 745. Jr/Am 1.30-1.35m 266. 1.30m Jumper - II.2.b. 721. $35,000 DESERT WELCOME STAKE (FEI) 269. 1.40m Jumper - II.1. F R I D AY 8 am USHJA JUMPER CHAMP FIRST INDIV QUALIFIER | TABLE III 1641. CHILD 1651. ADULT 1661. JR/AM 1.20-1.25M 1681. JR/AM 1.30-1.35M 722. $40,200 DESERT CLASSIC (FEI) 415. $25,000 SMARTPAK OPEN PRIX (USEF)

7 am 720. FEI Jog in FEI Schooling Ring 8 am 213. 1.10m Jumper - II. 217. 1.15m Jumper - II.1. 262. 1.20m Jumper - II.1. 288. Junior/A-O/Am Jumper 1.40m - II.2.b. 276. A-O/Am Jumper 1.30m - II.2.b. 285. Junior Jumper 1.30m - II.2.b. 273. A-O/Am Jumper 1.20m - II.2.b. 282. Junior Jumper 1.20m - II.2.b. 640. USHJA TEAM JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP JOG Riders Meeting to Follow 8 am 214. 1.10m Jumper - II.2.b. 218. 1.15m Jumper - II.2.b. 263. 1.20m Jumper - II.2.c. 283. Junior Jumper 1.20m - II.1. 274. A-O/Am Jumper 1.20m - II.1. 286. Junior Jumper 1.30m - II.1. 277. A-O/Am Jumper 1.30m - II.1. 267. 1.30m Jumper - II.2.b. 270. 1.40m Jumper - 11.2.c. 289. Junior/A-O/Am Jumper 1.40m - II.1.

8 am 201. .80m Jumper - II. 205. .90m Jumper - II. 209. 1.0m Jumper - II. 221. Adult Jumper High - II.2.b. 229. Child Jumper High - II.2.b. 237. Adult Jumper Low - II.2.b. 241. Child Jumper Low - II.2.b. 245. Mod Child/Adult Jumper - II.2.b.

7:30 am 287. Junior Jumper 1.30m - II.2.b. 278. A-O/Am Jumper 1.30m - II.2.b. 372. USEF TALENT SEARCH - Jump 1st 473. WIHS MEDAL - Jumper Phase 384. WCE MEDAL 609. NCEA JUNIOR HUNTER MEDAL FINAL 698. USHJA JUMPER MEDAL 397. LEGIS JR/AM JUMPER MEDAL 625. Eq Championship 11/U - Rnd 1 + Flat 626. Eq Championship 12-14 - Rnd 1 + Flat 627. Eq Championship 15-17 - Rnd 1 + Flat

8 am 203. .80m Jumper - II. 211. 1.0m Jumper - II. 215. 1.10m Jumper - II.2.c. 219. 1.15m Jumper - II.2.c. 264. 1.20m Jumper - II.2.c. 284. Junior Jumper 1.20m - II.2.b. 275. Amateur Jumper 1.20m - II.2.b. 247. Mod Child/Adult Jumper - II.2.c. 239. Adult Jumper Low - II.1. 243. Child Jumper Low - II.1. 223. Adult Jumper High - II.1. 231. Child Jumper High - II.1. 258. Pony Jumper - II.2.b. 259. Pony Jumper - II.2.b.

8 am 379. CPHA FOUNDATION MEDAL 619. CPHA STYLE OF RIDING CHAMPIONSHIP 412. $2,500 JUNIOR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.20m 413. $5,000 PYRANHA JUNIOR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.30m

8 am 411. $2,000 M&S CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC - HIGH 224. Adult Jumper High - II.2.b. 232. Child Jumper High - II.2.b. 207. .90m Jumper - II. 248. Mod Child/Adult Jumper - II.2.b. 240. Adult Jumper Low - II.2.b. 244. Child Jumper Low - II.2.b. 260. Pony Jumper - II.2.b. 410. $1,000 CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC - LOW

8 am 202. .80m Jumper - II. 206. .90m Jumper - II. 210. 1.0m Jumper - II. 246. Mod Child/Adult Jumper - II.2.b. 257. Pony Jumper - II.2.b. 238. Adult Jumper Low - II.2.b. 242. Child Jumper Low - II.2.b. 222. Adult Jumper High - II.2.b. 230. Child Jumper High - II.2.b.

SAT UR D AY 8 am USHJA JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP Table II Modified 2641. CHILDREN’S 2651. ADULT 2661. JR/AM 1.20-1.25M 2681. JR/AM 1.30-1.35M 290. Junior/A-O/Am Jumper 1.40m - II.2.b. 725. $100,000 LONGINES FEI WORLD CUP QUALIFIER (FEI) 417. $15,000 ROBLEE VALENTINE EQUESTRIAN REALITY 1.35M CLASSIC - II.2.a. (USEF)

SUNDAY 8 am USHJA JUMPER CHAMPIONSHIP INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP TABLE II MODIFIED 4641. CHILDREN’S 4651. ADULT 4661. JR/AM 1.20-1.25M 4681. JR/AM 1.30-1.35M 414. $7,500 KINDREDBIO JR/A-O/AM JUMPER CLASSIC - 1.40m 594. LEADLINE 600. $25,000 USHJA INTERNATIONAL HUNTER DERBY

JUMPER SCHEDULE

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UPON ENTRY TO THE AON HITS DESERT HORSE PARK, ALL HORSES MUST HAVE AND 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. Required for all horses entering the Show Grounds both Showing and Non-Showing. A new Event Participation Form must be filed each time the horse enters the property. Event Participation Declaration Form 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 (EIV) Within 6 months (180 days) of each show: Rhinopneumonitis (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. Statement of vaccination must be on Official Letterhead and must contain the Show Name of each horse.

PRESENTATION OF HEALTH REQUIREMENTS These documents must be presented upon entry to the show grounds and copies must be filed in the Show Office before any competition numbers will be issued. 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.


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C O N D I T I O N S & S P E C I F I C AT I O N S GENERAL Poling: Poling is prohibited in the State of California. Marshall & Sterling Insurance League Membership: League membership is required for points to count for classics and classes that are affiliated with the Marshall & Sterling Insurance League. Websites: For additional Rules, Regulations and Specifications, visit these websites: HITS - HITSShows.com USEF - USEF.org M&S - HITSShows.com CPHA - CPHA.org USHJA - USHJA.org PCHA - PCHorseShows.org FEI - FEI.org LEGIS - LegisLeague.com Entries May Close: Trainers and Exhibitors are advised that Management may elect to exercise its right to close entries for certain classes. Exhibitors are advised to keep this in mind when submitting their original Entry Form. Show Weeks May Close: Exhibitors are advised that show weeks may sell out. Awards: Ribbons will be awarded to eighth place in all classes unless otherwise noted. International Riders: All classes will be run under National rules with regard to riders with the exception of the FEI classes. If the capacity of International riders exceeds the National riders rule, riders will be accepted on a 1st come, 1st served basis.

HUNTERS General: All classes in rated hunter divisions will be judged on performance and soundness and when indicated, conformation, suitability or manners. Jog: The following sections will not jog: Hi-Low, Low, Schooling, Training, Baby Green, Adequan, Adult, Children’s, Modified Child, Modified Adult, Modified Junior/Amateur, Pre-Child, Pre-Adult, Short Stirrup, Thermal Child, Thermal Adult, Desert Child, Desert Adult. Hunter Champion and Reserve: Awarded to two of the four horses scoring the most points over fences. In addition, only these will receive full points for ribbons won under saddle and half points for ribbons won in the model. Warm-Up: Ticketed warm-ups will be offered daily Tuesday through Thursday from 8 AM - 5 PM. Tickets are $30 each and available in the Show Office. A book of 10 Tickets may be purchased for $250. Schooling is prohibited in the show rings. 2018 Zone 10 Specifications: (Check USHJA.org for the most updated specs.) • Adult Hunters: Horses and ponies. Horses or riders may not cross enter into any A-O Hunter Class, except the U/S. Riders may not cross enter into 1st Year, 2nd Year or High Performance at the same show. Riders may not cross enter into any class at the same show with fences exceeding 3’3” except Adult Jumpers, Jr/Am Mod Jumpers, Equitation and Medal Classes. Fences 3’, spreads not to exceed fence height. • Children’s Hunters: Horses and ponies. Horses/Ponies or riders may not cross enter into any Jr. Hunter Class, except the U/S. Riders may not cross enter into 1st Year, 2nd Year or High Performance at the same show. Riders may not cross enter into any class at the same show with fences exceeding 3’3” except Child Jumpers, Jr/Am Mod Jumpers, Eq. and Medal Classes. Fences 3’, spreads not to exceed fence height. If Child Hunter Pony is offered, fences must be set at 2’ for small/mediums and 2’6" for larges. • Hunters General: Spreads not to exceed fence height. No jog.

JUMPERS Jumper Nomination Fee: $175 Nominated Jumper Sections: 1.20m, 1.30m, 1.40m, 1.45m, Grand Prix, Amateur, Amateur-Owner, and Junior Jumper. Non-Nominated Jumper Sections: .80m, .90m, 1.0m, 1.10m, 1.15m, Adult, Children’s, Modified Child/Adult and Pony Jumper. These horses should enter their classes in timely order to avoid Class Post Entry Fees. Nominated Jumpers showing in these classes should enter their classes timely in order to avoid post entry fees. Warm-Up 3': Ticketed warm-ups will be offered Tuesday from 8 AM - 5 PM. Tickets are $30 each and available in the Show Office. A book of 10 Tickets may be purchased for $250. Schooling is prohibited in the show rings. Eligibility: Any horse, regardless of winnings, is eligible to enter any .80m - 1.45m and Open Jumper class. Declarations: Nominated Jumpers must declare on the appropriate form in the Show Office by 5 pm the day before the class is to be held. Classes may be scratched the day of prior to the class starting with no penalty - exception: Special Classes. Classes entered on the Entry Blank constitute a Declaration. Jumper Tables: Refer to the Time Schedule. Time Allowed: The Time Allowed will be based on a speed of 382 yards per minute for all sections unless otherwise noted, and may be adjusted accordingly. Martingales: 1.30m or below: No martingale restrictions when used in a conventional manner. Draw Reins permitted in classes below 1.20m or below that do not offer prize money. Above 1.30m (and all classes restricted to young horses): Only running martingales used in the conventional man­ner. Note: Ponies may not be ridden by a Junior in draw reins or German mar­tingales at any time. Ties: Ties involving first place will be jumped off. Ties not involving first place will be decided upon time unless otherwise stated. 24 Hour Rule: Horses must be stabled on the grounds 24 hours prior to any class with prize money of $25,000 or more. 2018 Zone 10 Specifications: (Check USHJA.org for the most updated specs.) • Children’s and Adult Jumpers: Horses or riders may not cross enter into any Junior or Amateur-Owner Jumper class at the same show. Exception: where fence height is 3'11". Riders may not cross enter into any Jumper class at the same show with fences exceeding 1.20m (3'11"). Fences 1.0m-1.05m (3'3"-3'5") for Low. Fences 1.10m (3'7") in the first class, 1.10m-1.15m (3'7"-3'9") in succeeding classes for High.


SPECIAL CLASSES The General Rules and Regulations of the Horse Show will prevail for the Special Classes except as provided for each individual class and as noted herein. Marshall & Sterling Insurance League Membership • Classic Riders: M&S Insurance League membership required for points to count for classics and classes that are affiliated with the M&S Ins. League. FEI - Riders see FEI Section Special Hunter Classics: Judged on performance and soundness with manners and suitability emphasized. To be scored under the open numerical judging system. The top 15 (or 1/3) horses (ponies) from the first round will return to jump a second round in reverse order of their scores in the first round; lowest score going first and highest score going last. In case of ties, order of those tied will be drawn. Scores will be averaged from both rounds to determine the winners. In case of a tie for first place only, judges will confer to break the tie. All other ties will remain and riders will toss a coin for the ribbons. • Separate Two Round Classic - For the first round, each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10-12 fences at the required height. • Designated First Round Classic - A designated class of the Division will be the first round of the Classic. You must enter the Classic prior to the start of the first round class. Scratches are not permitted after the First round class has begun. See Time Schedule for Designated First round class. Special Class Nomination/Declaration: Special Classes added on the day of or after the Order of Go has been drawn will be required to work first in the order. Special Class Scratch: Any scratch must be made before the class starts. See Rules & Regulations for more information. • Classics / Grand Prix: In the event of scratch on the day of the class, horses are subject to the Classic / Grand Prix Scratch Fee. Order of Go: The Order of Go will be drawn. In the jump-off, if any, all horses will go in the original drawn order. Attire: Formal attire required in Special Classes. Awards: Winners to ride for presentation of awards in Special Classes. Trophy & Ribbons: 1-8 or 1-12 in Special Classes unless otherwise stated. Show Champion: Classics will not count toward Show Champion. Special Class Prize Money Distribution: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 $1,000 $300 $200 $160 $130 $110 $100 Jumper $1,000 $300 $200 $140 $90 $75 $70 $65 $60 Hunter $1,500 $450 $300 $200 $150 $125 $100 $100 $75 $2,000 $600 $400 $250 $200 $155 $140 $130 $125 $5,000 $1,500 $1,000 $700 $500 $400 $325 $300 $275 $10,000 $2,800 $1,800 $1,250 $900 $800 $700 $600 $450 $350 $350 $15,000 $4,350 $3,150 $2,100 $1,400 $1,100 $800 $650 $550 $450 $450 $25,000 $7,500 $5,500 $3,250 $2,000 $1,500 $1,250 $1,000 $750 $750 $500 $500 $500 The prices in this catalog reflect a discount for paying by cash, check, or other means not involving a credit card. A retail price catalog is available upon request or at HitsShows.com.

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CONDITIONS OF COMPETITION 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 Show Pass 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.

USEF ENTRY AGREEMENT By entering a Federation-licensed Competition and signing this entry blank as the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Longeur and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules of The United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) and the local rules of the competition. I agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and of the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the rules, and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/or the competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cablecasts, or other likenesses of me and my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Federation rules are governed by the laws of the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR 908.4.

The Horse Show Committee reserves the right to itself 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 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 horse(s), employee(s), or equipment which may occur from sickness, fire or other cause. ENTRY CLOSING DATE: Must be RECEIVED by: Wednesday, October 3, 2018 The prices in this catalog reflect a Discount for paying by Cash, Check, or other means not involving a credit card. A Retail Price catalog is available upon request or at HitsShows.com.

ENTRY PROCEDURE: • Fees must be paid in U.S. funds. Checks drawn on Canadian banks must be preprinted by a financial institution with the legend "U.S. Funds". • Visa, Master Card, & American Express are accepted. See the insert in this book for forms and instructions for paying by credit card. Customers paying by credit card should reference the Retail catalog for pricing. • Horse Deposit Fee and all other applicable fees on the Entry Form must be submitted with the Entry Form or the Entry will be considered Late. Any partial payment will be applied to later week entries first. • Entry Form must be completed in its entirety. FAXED ENTRIES WILL BE • Entry Forms should be mailed to, and checks payable to HITS, Inc., 319 Main Street, Saugerties, NY 12477. CONSIDERED POST ENTRIES ENTRY POLICY: • Horse Deposit Fee will be credited to the horse’s entries only if the Entry is received by the Closing Date and meets the Entry Procedure. • Entries received after the Closing Date will be late and subject to the Post Entry Penalty. • A signed Open Check or Credit Card Authorization must be lodged with the Show Secretary before Numbers are issued. • Accounts must be closed at the end of each show week. Back numbers will not be issued until previous week balances are closed. • Exhibitors are encouraged to close out their account in person. Management will close Exhibitor Accounts that have not been settled at the conclusion of each show. Billing questions or refunds will not be considered after the show. • The horse show policies herein stated regarding scratches and refunds will be followed regardless of weather and in place of GR 912. TRAINER’S BARN ACCOUNT: Trainers must create a “Barn Account” Entry Blank if ordering tack stalls, paddocks, RVs, will order feed/shavings, will do trainer splits. • Enter the Trainer’s info on the Entry Blank in both the Owner and Trainer boxes. • Enter “Barn Account” on the Entry Blank in the “Horse Name” box. • Complete a “Barn Account” Entry Blank for each week you will be showing. • Individual owners/riders should add miscellaneous items like extra stalls, paddocks, RVs, etc., to their horse’s entry blank. OFFICE FEE: • All showing horses will be assessed a fee of $75. This fee is used to cover the expenses of Medical Personal whose attendance is required by the state as well as supplies for office functions at the show. This fee allows for unlimited adds and scratches from classes according to the Add / Scratch Policy (does not apply to Special Classes).


ENTRY CLARIFICATION: • Classes may only be entered or declared by using a Class Number. A Class Number written on the Entry Form, Add/Scratch Form, or Barn Add/Scratch Form constitutes a Class Entry or Class Declaration. • An entry with incomplete information for horse, owner, rider or trainer such as a horse entered as “Entry” or “TBA” or any such derivative, will be subject to the $75 Incomplete Entry Fee. An entry with missing USEF/USHJA numbers or signatures is also subject to this fee. • Equitation riders must ride the horse and wear the number of the horse they have entered to ride. There is no penalty for the rider to scratch an equitation class from one horse and add it on another horse. Exhibitors who enter an equitation class on one horse and ride or wear another horse's number will be charged on both horses. • Any exhibitor who does not compete in a class in which he/she is officially entered, and does not scratch according to the Scratch Procedures outlined below, will be billed for the class. • Horses shown in a class without being officially entered will be assessed a penalty as shown below. • 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 award. • Show means the Show Week. • Non-Showing horse is designated by marking the "Non-Showing" box in the area of the Entry Form used to enter classes, and must be on the entry form when entry is submitted. There is a $25 fee. A Non-Showing horse who ultimately enters the show will be considered a Post Entry. Leaving the class area "blank" constitutes an entry and will be charged a Scratch Fee if the horse does not show. POST ENTRY FEES: • Entry received after the Closing Date $75  FAXED ENTRIES WILL BE CONSIDERED • Entry made after the Show starts $100 POST ENTRIES • Incomplete Entry $75 (See Entry Clarification above) ADD/SCRATCH/CHANGE: Any class add, scratch, or change, or any complete Show Scratch or Circuit Scratch must be made in writing in the Show Office on an official form, by facsimile, by letter, by email or via the shows online add/scratch form, and received prior to the start of the applicable class or show. Scratching a class "at the gate" does not constitute an official scratch. Once a class or division begins, it may not be scratched, except for a Vet Scratch. If a Vet Scratch, the horse must be scratched in the Show Office on the day of the class and the Official Show Vet's Certificate must be received that day. Scratch Fee will still apply. A class that has been closed may not be scratched. Scratch Prior to Shows: Fax 845.246.6371 Questions Prior to Shows: Phone 845.246.8833 Scratch During Shows: Fax 760.399.1952 Questions During Shows: Phone 760.399.9200 • Scratch Class NC No Charge if scratched before class starts. Once class has started it may not be scratched. • Scratch Show $75 • Scratch Special Class $50 Day of unless otherwise noted. • Add Class NC No additional charge if added in the Show Office according to the procedure above. • Add Class Late $10 If added after class starts. • Add Nominated Jumper Class $10 Day of may go first or last in the Order of Go depending upon Management's discretion. • Add Special Class $50 Day of unless otherwise noted. • Horse Substitution $85 ($75 Scratched Entry and $10 Substitute Entry) • Horse Shown in class but not Entered $25 Per class, if not entered in the Show Office according to the procedure above. • Jumper Nomination $175 See “Conditions and Specifications” for a list of jumper divisions requiring a Nomination Fee. COMBINING, DIVIDING OR CANCELING DIVISIONS, CLASSES OR CLASSICS: The Decision to Combine, Cancel or Divide classes will be made at the discretion of Show Management within one hour of the close of the Horse Show Office the night before the class. The update will be noted on the “How Many” schedule on the website. Combining: Once a class/classic/division has been combined due to insufficient entries, it will not be re-divided for additional entries on the day of the class. Dividing: A class/classic/division that has been offered as split may be combined on the day of if scratched entries warrant. Management has the right to run all sections of the class/classic/division in their entirety before pinning if insufficient entries seem likely. Canceling: A class/classic/division that has been canceled due to insufficient entries will not be reinstated for additional entries on the day of the class. REFUNDS: • Refund of pre-paid fees will be given for show scratches received prior to or on the Closing Date. Scratches must be made in writing according to the procedure outlined above. • Refund for Horse Deposits, Stalls, Grand Prix Nominations, Paddocks, RV Sites, Go Rentals VIP Club WILL NOT be given after the Closing Date. Exhibitors are responsible for any such outstanding fees. • If eligible for refund, a check for refund due less an office fee of $25 will be mailed within 30 days after the completion of the circuit. • Billing questions or request for refund will not be considered after the show in question. MOVE IN / MOVE OUT DATE RESTRICTIONS: • Monday noon to the following Monday noon of each Show Week. Exceptions available by written permission, early arrival charges will apply. STABLING: Permanent Stalls are approximately 12'x12', with doors. Preference will be given to stall orders for both weeks of shows, and on a first-come, first-served basis. We cannot guarantee you will receive your preferred stabling choice, but encourage you to send entries early for the best chance. Stall Fees are non-refundable after the Closing Date of Entries. Bedding on straw prohibited except when the horse’s health is at issue. Please obtain prior approval from Stable Office. Clean-up fee may apply. • Weekly Stall Tent $275 • Permanent Stall Weekly $350 Availability is limited. • Barn Office $600 In Permanent barns only. Availability is limited. • FEI Stall $ -0- See FEI Specifications • Winter Tour Permanent Stall $3,600 Available October 27, 2018 - March 18, 2019. Includes National Sunshine and Coachella Desert Circuit. See advertisement in this book for more information


PADDOCKS: Paddocks are of metal construction and separated by walkways on all sides from surrounding paddocks. New grass has been planted, and an irrigation system installed to ensure quality! Paddocks may NOT be used for overnight turnout. Each paddock (50x75) has its own gate and exhibitors should bring their own locks to secure their paddocks. Paddocks are non-refundable after the closing date of entries. • Paddock Weekly $300 Monday, noon - Monday, noon of each show week. RV SPACES: On-site RV spaces include sewer, water and electrical hook-ups. RV spaces are non-refundable after the Closing Date of Entries. RV Spaces may only be ordered on the Entry Form and must be Prepaid. • RV Weekly $300 Monday, noon - Monday, noon of each show week GO RENTALS VIP CLUB: The Go Rentals VIP Club Pavilion overlooks the Grand Prix and Hunter Stadiums. Go Rentals VIP Club Membership includes seating for 8, and features Breakfast and Lunch Buffets Wednesday through Sunday, and a cash bar. A light snack plan will extend until 4 pm and include beverages, hand fruits, yogurts, fresh breads and bagels with assorted spreads and cold salads. The Go Rentals VIP Club has Wireless Internet Service and Permanent Restroom facilities. Preference will be given to Circuit Go Rentals VIP Club reservations. After the closing date of entries, Go Rentals VIP Club fees are non-refundable. • Go Rentals VIP Club $2,500 per week SERVICES: • Feed Store: Hay, grain and bedding may be purchased on the grounds. For deliveries prior to or upon arrival, use the Feed Order form in the prize list or online at HitsShows.com. Place orders by noon for same-day delivery. Saturday orders placed after noon will be delivered on the following Monday. No deliveries on Sunday. Questions with regard to feed and bedding charges will not be considered after noon on Friday. Discrepancies in deliveries will not be considered unless brought to the attention of the Feed Office within 24 hours of placing the order. • Horse Watch: Horses stabled on the show grounds will receive the complimentary service of Horse Watch. Horse Watch extends from approximately 9 pm until 5 am daily. Horses will be checked approximately six times a night each night of the Show Week that they are on the grounds. Trainers/owners should provide emergency contact information for Horse Watch personnel. Forms will be available in the Feed Office or in the Prize List on Feed Order form. Cell phone numbers for Horse Watch will be available in the Feed Office for trainers/owners to be able to contact Horse Watch personnel directly. • Trainer's Splits: This service allows trainers to split the show charges for miscellaneous items to their clients. Splits will be accepted until noon Friday. Only items billed by the horse show such as feed, bedding, tack stalls, etc., will be split. Only dollar amounts will be split and totals will be rounded up. Splits will revert back to the trainer for payment if uncollected. • Exhibitor Check Cashing: is no longer available. Please make arrangements with local banks. NON-NEGOTIABLE CHECKS/CREDIT CARDS: • Returned Checks: for any reason will be assessed a penalty of $50 or 10% of the face value of the Check or Credit Card Charge, whichever is greater. Upon notification, exhibitors will have three days to make full payment, including penalty, in certified funds, cashier's check, money order or by credit card. Sanctioning organizations will be notified if exhibitors fail to pay in full within three days. A monthly service fee equal to 18% per annum will begin accruing after 30 days. Note: First time returned checks will automatically be redeposited. • A declined credit card will be resubmitted within several days. • A closed account, stop payment, incorrect or incomplete credit card information or a charge back will be turned over to sanctioning organizations immediately. • A 3% Retail Adjustment will be applied to all Credit Card transactions. • Cash Only: may be required if you have previously given a non-negotiable check or Credit Card to HITS. Contact our office. PRIZE MONEY: • Prize Money is issued to the “Recipient of Prize Money” recorded on the entry form. A valid Social Security or Federal ID number must be provided. If the IRS has notified us of a discrepancy in Payee name or SSN / EIN, prize money will be withheld until the discrepancy is resolved. Checks will be mailed or hand-delivered within 30 days after the Show. • Prize Money Won by Foreign Exhibitors is subject to the US Internal Revenue Service regulation requiring sporting events to withhold 30% of prize money. Foreign exhibitors should apply for a Social Security number and will be asked to complete Form W-8BEN prior to receiving prize money. • Add Back Prize Money is computed from the number of horses that actually show. Horses entered but not shown forfeit the add back money. • Prize Money is awarded through 6th place in Hunter classes and through 8th place in Jumper classes unless otherwise noted. ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS: • Owner-Rider-Trainer: Must be members of USEF and USHJA, or pay Show Pass fees. • Grand Prix Riders: FEI riders and horses must be registered with the FEI a week prior to showing. • Adult or Amateur Status: Riders showing in classes restricted to Adults or Amateurs must have USEF Amateur Certification. FOREIGN EXHIBITOR ASSOCIATION REQUIREMENTS: • Owner, Rider, Trainer: Must provide proof in writing (English) that they are a member in good standing of their national federation. • Junior, Amateur or Adult Status: Riders showing in classes restricted to Junior, Amateur or Adults present their membership card or other documentation indicating their Junior or Amateur status. Amateurs must provide or sign for USEF Amateur Status. Foreign Amateur Riders must join USEF and Sign for Amateur Status. Exception: Member of EC must sign for Amateur Status but need not join. • Horse/Pony Measurement Card: Horse/Ponies showing in Junior Hunter, Pony Hunter, Children’s Pony Hunter or Pony Jumpers must have a USEF Measurement card or be measured at the show. Foreign measurement cards are not acceptable as proof of measurement. ASSOCIATION HORSE REQUIREMENTS: • Horse Fee: PCHA $3, USEF $8, USHJA $15 • Horse Drug Fee: CDFA $5, FEI $25 (for FEI horses), USEF $15. • High Performance Fees: Horses entered in Grand Prix and North American Junior and Young Rider Championships (NAJYRC) are required to pay the $35 IHP Fee up to a total of the cap of $420 per competition year. Please refer to the USEF website for additional information. • Horse/Pony Measurement Card: Junior Hunters, Pony Hunters, Children’s Pony Hunters, and Pony Jumpers must have a valid USEF Measurement Card or copy of a valid Measurement Form, or be measured. • USEF Horse Recording: Horses must be Recorded with USEF Annually or for Life in order to be eligible for HOTY Awards and/or Zone Awards. • USHJA Horse Registrations: All horses competing in USEF licensed Hunter/Jumper/Eq competitions must have or obtain a Registration Number from USHJA.


PRESENTATION OF CREDENTIALS: THE SHOW SECRETARY WILL NOT ISSUE A NUMBER TO ANY EXHIBITOR UNTIL ASSOCIATION REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET. ONCE THE NUMBER IS ISSUED, ASSOCIATION FEES, INCLUDING SHOW PASS, WILL NOT BE ADJUSTED FOR THAT SHOW. Failure to provide proper credentials will result in show pass fees and/or Incomplete Entry fees charged in each incident. NOTE: The Exhibitor has the ultimate responsibility for proper registration of horse, owner and trainer with USEF / USHJA and for entering the horse under proper ownership where points are concerned. Membership: Present to the Show Secretary proof of current membership, join at the show, or pay Show Pass fees. • Horse Recording: Present to the Show Secretary proof of USHJA or apply at the Show. Horses must be Recorded with USEF Annually or for Life in order to be • eligible for HOTY Awards and/or Zone Awards and to compete in a Grand Prix. Horse/Pony Measurement Card: Present to the Show Secretary proof of Measurement or have horse/pony measured at the Show. • FACILITY INFORMATION: Footing at the AON HITS Desert Horse Park in Thermal, California is all-weather. • Ring sizes may change from show week to show week and notice will be posted in the Show Office. • Food Service will be available every day. • Lungeing will be allowed in the designated areas only. • HEALTH & VETERINARY: Sharps & Medical Waste 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. Show Veterinarian is in residence on the show grounds. The Vet's phone number will be posted at the Show Office. • Equine Health Requirements will be enforced. All horses (competing or not) that enter the grounds are required to present the Required Health Entry Requirements, • including the Event Participation Declaration and Proof of Vaccination. All horses are be subject to examination by HITS officials/designated representatives and/or state officials (collectively “officials”) for determining whether such animals are, have been infected/exposed, or are likely to become infected with an infectious or contagious disease. If after such examination, officials have reason to believe that an animal’s health condition places other animals at risk, such 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 potential disciplinary action by organization, state/local or federal animal health officials. All exhibitors are encouraged to review the equine health entry/transport requirements of the destination state prior to entry. Additional information can be obtained from the State Vet Office. SAFETY: Accidents Involving Competitors. GR1317. In the event of a head injury due to a fall/accident at a licensed competition, the competitor may be prohibited from further competition until released by medical personnel. In some cases, the competitor may not return to competition without a signed release from a licensed medical professional. The competitor may be placed on suspension by USEF until this criteria is met. Competitors are advised to familiarize themselves with this rule. Protective Headgear: It is compulsory for all persons at Federation licensed hunter, jumper or hunter/jumper competitions in all Hunter, Jumper and Hunt Seat • Equitation classes, when mounted anywhere on the competition grounds, to wear properly fastened protective headgear which meets or exceeds ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)/SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) standards for equestrian use and carries the SEI tag. It must be properly fitted with harness secured. It is the responsibility of the rider, or the parent or guardian or trainer of the junior exhibitor to see to it that the headgear worn complies with appropriate safety standards for protective headgear intended for equestrian use, and is properly fitted and in good condition, and the Federation, Show Committee and Licensed Official are not responsible for checking headgear worn for such compliance. GR 801.2,7. Motorized Vehicles and Golf Carts: Minors who do not have a valid driver's license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they • reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind, including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles, on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver's license. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from that operation. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the 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 GR 1301.7. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. Dogs must be restrained on the show grounds: Loose dogs will be picked up and detained and the owner fined $100. The owner may be barred from showing • and expelled from the show grounds for a second offense, or for refusal to pay the fine, and will not be entitled to any refund of entry or stabling fees paid or due. Management reserves the right to call Animal Control to have an animal removed from the premises. GR 1301.6 Electrical/Fire Regulations: Electrical installation and connections must meet all state and county codes. Aisles shall be maintained clear for a minimum of six • feet wide by eight feet high. No obstructions or projections shall be allowed in these aisles. No Class I Flammable Liquids such as gasoline are allowed inside the buildings. Cooking is not permitted within any stable area. Anyone found in violation shall be subject to dismissal from further participation in the horse show without recourse. Additional appliances are not permitted within any stable area. Anyone found in violation shall be subject to confiscation of the item(s). Exterior Tent alterations are strictly forbidden. The removal of stall tent side poles, side ropes and/or stakes/anchors is strictly prohibited. Any exhibitor found • in violation will be issued a single warning. If violation continues, Management reserves the right to remove from the show grounds all property belonging to or under the control of said violator. Further, Management reserves the right to bar any exhibitor found to be in violation from any further participation in the horse show without recourse to any refund of entry or stabling fees paid or due. Damage: Owners and exhibitors shall be held responsible for damage caused by them, their agents or employees to stalls, buildings and other properties on the • show grounds, and shall be billed accordingly. Alcoholic Beverages in any form may not be brought onto the show grounds. • DIRECTIONS: From points West: From I-10 E. Keep RIGHT to take CA-86 Spur S toward Brawley / El Centro. 6.5 miles. Turn RIGHT onto Airport Blvd. 2.2 miles. End at 85-555 Airport Blvd. From points East: From I-10 W. Take the Dillon Rd exit toward CA-86S Expressway / Coachella. 0.2 miles. Turn LEFT onto Dillon Rd. 0.7 miles. Turn LEFT to take the CA-86S-Expressway S ramp. 0.2 miles, Merge onto CA-86 Spur S. 5.2 miles. Turn RIGHT onto Airport Blvd. 2.2 miles. End at 85-555 Airport Blvd. PARCEL DELIVERIES: Management will not be responsible for mail or parcel deliveries made to exhibitors, vendors or others. Please make arrangements accordingly. MAIL, TELEPHONE & WEB: HitsShows.com | info@HitsShows.com Prior to Show: HITS, Inc., 319 Main St, Saugerties, NY 12477 | 845.246.8833 • During Show: AON HITS Desert Horse Park, 85-555 Airport Blvd., Thermal, CA 92274 | 760.399.9200 •


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FEI RULES & REGULATIONS This event is organized in accordance with:  FEI Statutes, 23rd edition, effective 29th April 2014,  FEI General Regulations, 23rd edition, effective 1st January 2009, updates effective 1st January 2016,  FEI Veterinary Regulations, 13th edition 2014, effective 1st January 2016  The Jumping Rules and its Annexes , 25th edition, updates effective 1st January 2016,  CSI Invitation System according to Annex V of the FEI Jumping Rules and its Annexes 25th edition, effective 1st January 2016  CSI and CSIO requirements according to Annex VI of the FEI Jumping Rules and its Annexes 25th edition, effective 1st January 2016  CSI/CSIO Prize Money requirements http://www.fei.org/system/files/2016%20PM%Requirements.pdf  Longines Rankings - Group Categories http://www.fei.org/system/files/2016%20Final%20Longines%20 Ranking%20Groups.pdf  Equine Anti-Doping And Controlled Medication Regulations (EADMCR), 2nd edition, effective 1st January 2015, updates effective 1st January 2016  FEI Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes (ADRHA), based upon 2015 WADA Code, effective 1st January 2015, All subsequent published revisions, the provisions of which will take precedence. An arbitration procedure is provided for in the FEI Statutes and General Regulations referred to above. In accordance with this procedure, any appeal against a decision rendered by the FEI or its official bodies is to be settled exclusively by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne, Switzerland. THE FEI CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE WELFARE OF THE HORSE: The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) expects all those involved in international equestrian sport to adhere to the FEI’s Code of Conduct and to acknowledge and accept that at all times the welfare of the horse must be paramount and must never be subordinated to competitive or commercial influences. At all stages during the preparation and training of competition horses, welfare must take precedence over all other demands. This includes good horse management, training methods, farriery and tack, and transportation. Horses and competitors must be fit, competent and in good health before they are allowed to compete. This encompasses medication use, surgical procedures that threaten welfare or safety, pregnancy in mares and the misuse of aids. Events must not prejudice horse welfare. This involves paying careful attention to the competition areas, ground surfaces, weather conditions, stabling, site safety and fitness of the horse for onward travel after the event. Every effort must be made to ensure that horses receive proper attention after they have competed and that they are treated humanely when their competition careers are over. This covers proper veterinary care, competition injuries, euthanasia and retirement. The FEI urges all involved with the sport to attain the highest levels of education in their areas of expertise. A full copy of this Code can be obtained from the Fédération Equestre Internationale, Avenue Mon-Repos 24, CH-1000, Lausanne 5, Switzerland. Telephone: +41 21 310 47 47. The Code is available in English, French, Spanish, German and Arabic. The Code is also available on the FEI’s website: www.horsesport.org. VETERINARY EXAMINATIONS, INSPECTIONS & PASSPORT CONTROLS: These will be carried out in accordance with the Veterinary Regulations, Art. 1011 & the discipline rules, “General Regulations”, 23rd Edition, Revision effective 20th April 2014, will apply: In accordance with Art.139.1. Every horse entered for any competition at CNs or CIMs (see Appendix D) in a foreign country (see GR 141.2), and all horses entered for other CIs, CIOs, Championships, Regional and Olympic Games, whether at home or in foreign countries must have a valid official FEI Passport, or a National Passport approved by the FEI and accompanied by an FEI Recognition Card and, when applicable, an FEI registration number, as a means of identification and to establish ownership. In accordance with Art. 139.2. Horses taking part in CNs and CIMs (see Appendix D) in their country of residence are not required to have a passport as is mentioned in paragraph 1. All such horses must be properly registered and identifiable and, unless there is no national requirement for equine influenza vaccination in the host country and in the country of origin, all horses must have a valid vaccination certificate. EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATION, (Vet Regs. ANNEX VII): All horses and ponies for which an FEI Passport or a National Passport approved by the FEI has been issued must have the vaccination section endorsed by a veterinarian stating that it has received two injections for primary vaccination against equine influenza, given between one and three months apart. In addition, a booster injection must be recorded as having been given within each succeeding 6 months, subsequent to the second injection of the primary vaccination. None of these injections must have been given within the preceding seven days including the day of the competition or of entry into the competition stables. The above are the minimum requirements for influenza vaccination. Both primary and first and subsequent booster injections should be given according to the manufacturer’s instructions which will fall within the stipulation of the FEI ruling. SAMPLING FOR PROHIBITED SUBSTANCES, (VET. REGS, CHAP. V & VI AND ANNEX IV): Regular sampling is carried out in CCIs (3*, 4*), CSIs (3*, 4*, 5*), CIOs, World Cup Qualifiers and Finals, Championships and Games, whereas at other CIs sampling is recommended. The number of horses tested is at the discretion of the Testing Veterinarian/ Veterinary Delegate, however a minimum of three is recommended (Art. VR 1016). Special guidelines are applicable for events covered by the FEI Medication Control Programme (Group I & II only). INSURANCE: All owners and competitors are personally responsible for damages to third persons caused by themselves, their employees, their agents or their horses. They are therefore strongly advised to take out third-party insurance providing full coverage for participation in equestrian events at home and abroad, and to keep the policy up to date. FEI VETERINARIAN: Mike Tomlinson


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Colic is every horse owner’s fear, but with Platinum Colic Coverage,™ you can enjoy your horse without worry. This complimentary program reimburses you for the cost of colic surgery up to $10,000. • No Age Limit for Horses • All Types of Colic Surgery Covered • Compatible with Equine Insurance • Order in Buckets or Platinum PAKs

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Purina® understands there’s a lot riding on our horses. It’s why we partner with them and why our feed of choice is Purina® Ultium® Competition horse formula. Ultium® delivers mental focus and manageability, quick recovery & muscle repair, prolonged stamina, and less digestive upset so we can perform at the top of our game. To learn more visit your Purina Retailer or PurinaMills.com/Horse-Feed

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USEF Competition Name: National Competition Division(s) and Rating(s):

Sunshine I & II

USEF#:

#3980, #2696

Rated “Premier” in: High Performance Working Hunter - Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’3” - Green Working Hunter - Regular Conformation Hunter - Green Conformation Hunter - Amateur-Owner Working Hunter 3’3” & 3’6” - Junior Working Hunter 3’3” & 3’6” - Pony Hunter - Rated “C” in: Children’s Hunter - Adult Amateur Hunter

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