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PRO U D TITL E S PONSOR FOR T HE 6 TH CONS ECUTIVE YEAR THANK Y OU TO OUR C O N T R I BU T O R S Bird Ranch: Kay Bird & Taylor Family Singha Farm: The Parasher Family Katie Lambert-Boone & Hans Jurgen Boone The Herbert Family The Jeff & Katherine B. Love Foundation JR, Susan & Sarah Sult Gerald & Tracy Cox The Followill Family Felicia Bures & Michael Grow Gregg, Allison & Haley Hammer Heidi Hottinger & Mike Williams Dena L. McClure The Uerling Family The Lindsay Family Maggie Brown


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WELCOME LETTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PIN OAK HISTORY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PIN OAK TODAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 HONORED HEROES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 SPONSORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 - 11 MARKETPLACE VENDORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 MAPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 PIN OAK SHOW AWARDS. . . . . . . . . . 20 - 21 WEEK I SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 - 26 WEEK I HOSPITALITY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 WEEK II SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 - 34 WEEK II HOSPITALITY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 WEEK III SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 - 43 WEEK III HOSPITALITY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 KNOW YOUR HORSES . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 - 50 THE FACES OF PIN OAK . . . . . . . . . . . 57 - 64 THE HORSES OF PIN OAK. . . . . . . . . . 66 - 67 2017 CHAMPIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 - 77 WOMEN MENTORING WOMEN. . . . . . . 80 - 83 TROPHIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 - 94 ANACACHO RANCH. . . . . . . . . . . . 100 - 103 IT’S NOT AS EASY AS IT SOUNDS . . . .

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PLEASE NOTE: The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show reserves the right to make unscheduled alterations to timings or to postpone or cancel any events shown in this Program. While we have taken every step to make information given as accurate as possible, we cannot accept responsibility for any costs or inconvenience caused by such alterations or cancellations.

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We are so excited to welcome back last year’s Title Sponsors for the 73rd Pin Oak Charity Horse Show! For Peter Pletcher, the owner/trainer at PJP Farm in Magnolia, Texas, becoming a title sponsor was a natural progression to continue his long-time commitment to the show. “I’ve shown at Pin Oak for years and years, since I was a little kid,” said Pletcher, who has competed in Pin Oak’s hunters, jumpers, equitation and gaited horse classes since he was 14. “Our sponsorship this year is a tribute to them for giving so much to our sport and for our area, as well.” Pletcher noted that he and his many dedicated clients pitched in to support the show and the sponsorship this year under the banner of PJP Farm. “One of the reasons we chose to do the sponsorship is because it’s our hometown show, but it’s more than that,” he said. “Back in the day, it was THE horse show, but it wasn’t just

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a horse show, it was a social event. Many of us have fond memories of those days, and we want to support a horse show that’s supported us for so many years.” Likewise, the clients of Irish Day Farm joined forces—now for a sixth consecutive year—to take the title sponsor role during Week II. Since that first year in 2013, the Irish Day contingent has regularly raised more than the necessary amount of money for the sponsorship and to support Pin Oak, as well as the charity. “It’s really dear to my heart for us all to come together and raise money as a stable,” said Irish Day Farm’s Katie Lambert Boone, who with her husband Hans Boone has been a part of the Houston, Texas, area’s equine community for more than 25 years. “We have an amazing group of clients who really love to give back.” Boone, a native of Ireland, brings 35 to 40 horses to Pin Oak each year with assistant

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trainer/rider Morgan Erbstoesser. The show holds a special place in Boone’s heart not just for the competitive atmosphere, but also for the tradition and effort that goes into making it such a special event. “The work everyone does behind the scenes means so much,” she said. “Those who don’t go to many horse shows always want to attend Pin Oak. It’s one of the few horse shows where you have the opportunity to socialize, meet your friends and sit together as a group to watch the grand prix. The night classes and all of the spectators in the stands make it special, too. “The volunteers do such a tremendous job, and the Great Southwest Equestrian Center is all dressed up,” Boone continued. “Each year it all improves. You may see a lot of tired faces at the end of the day, but you also see a lot of smiles, and that’s great!”

Interviews by Trisha Booker


WE LCO M E L E T T E R 2018 H O S T C O MMI T T EE Lynn Walsh, Co-Chair Patty Roberts, Co-Chair Elly Berman Jenny Booth Vicki Hunton Mary Jones Doug Kelly Nancy Simonds Chris Tresten

PIN OAK TE A M Amy Uniss Carlos Aguilar Val Garza Jennifer Gibson Ian McPhee Maureen Moffett Scott Neimeyer Lauryn Sanford Cindy Smith

PAST E X E C U TI VE C O M M IT T EE Lynn Walsh, President Chris Tresten, Board Chairman Elly Berman, Vice President Patty Roberts, Vice President Mary Jones, Charity Liaison Ronny Dickerson, Treasurer Hollis Grace Patricia Reed Alexis Caruselle

PAST B O A R D O F D I RECT O RS Jana Arnoldy Lacy Baird Jenny Booth Amanda Dougherty Cathy Dougherty Elizabeth Edgeworth Kim Evetts Sherry Frankle Joan Harmon Vicki Hunton Erin Ivy Cindy McCampbell Nancy Moreno Cheri Newberry Dr. Andrea O’Connor Susan Pelletier Nancy Simonds Jim Wenman Jeffrey Yates

E ME R ITU S B O A R D

Vivian & Gordon Andrus Joann Bunde Claudia Frost Linda Graham Ada & Ed Perwien George & Claudine Pletcher Joy Warren

P I N OAK 2018

WELC OM E T O P IN OA K ! We are delighted to welcome you to the 73rd Pin Oak Charity Horse Show! The tradition that surrounds this truly fantastic and one of a kind event is one of the many reasons we continue to be one of the country’s premier horse shows. Pin Oak’s mission has been to support the healing of sick children through the production of an annual world class horse show and we are pleased to continue that mission by benefiting Texas Children’s Hospital. Since 1945, we have donated $6.3 Million to Texas Children’s, thanks to the generous support of our donors. This year promises to be exciting as we have extended the show to three weeks of competition and southern hospitality at Great Southwest Equestrian Center! We are thrilled to welcome back our title sponsors for Week Two, Irish Day Farm and Week Three, PJP Farm; and also our ring sponsors, The Lincoln Motor Company, Memorial Park Hunters and Saddle Shoppe! As in previous years, Week One will feature the American Saddlebreds, sponsored by Bluebonnet Farm. In addition, we will be continuing to offer Premier Hunters and World Champion Hunter Rider competitions, three USHJA International Hunter Derbies with $110,000 in prize money. The Jumper divisions feature five Grand Prix events sponsored by Oasis Petroleum/Amalaya Investments, The Hildebrand Fund and Wells Fargo, as well as two U25 events sponsored by Booth Show Jumpers. We would like to sincerely thank everyone that makes Pin Oak such a wonderful event. We could not do it without the generous support of our sponsors, volunteers, show staff and most importantly, the exhibitors. We are truly grateful to have you here and hope you have a wonderful time at the show! The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Host Committee & Team

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FO R T HE LO VE O F H ORSE S A N D C HI LD RE N

JAMES SMITHER ABERCROMBIE was a man of great passion and love. He adored his only daughter, Josephine, an accomplished equestrian and horse lover. Mr. Jim had another passion, a desire to help sick and critically ill children. From those two loves came the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show and the charter of the Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX. First the Pin Oak Stables, a world class venue, was built especially for Josephine to care for and show horses. The first Pin Oak show opened on May 26, 1945 and was billed as the social event of Houston as well as one of the top horse competitions in the United States. Houston’s high society attended. Ladies and gentlemen dressed in their finest and filled the coveted box seats to watch some of the best American Saddlebreds, hunters, jumpers and ponies from all over the world compete for top prizes.

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The second phase of Mr. Abercrombie’s master plan was to help build the first pediatric hospital in Houston, where no sick child would be turned away, and to make the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show a benefactor. Using his social and business connections, the hospital became a reality. In 1952, Jim Abercrombie and his wife Lillie donated the first $1 million to begin construction of Texas Children’s Hospital, today one of the best pediatric hospitals in the world.

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P I N O A K T O DAY

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P I N OA K TO DAY The original Pin Oak Stables were sold for development and in late 1980’s the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show relocated first to the Reliant stadium and later to the Great Southwest Equestrian Center, a premier equine facility in Katy, TX, where the show is headquartered today. CELEBRATING 73 YEARS as one of the most iconic horse shows in the United States, Pin Oak is a three week equestrian extravaganza like no other! From the seed planted in 1947 as the first donor to Texas Children’s Hospital, the renowned medical institution has grown to be the largest pediatric care provider in the world. Pin Oak continues to support the growth of the hospital with a continued commitment to the Sports Medicine program and 2019 planned support of the Legacy Tower, the new 640,000-square-foot facility that will house the Texas Children’s Heart Center the #1 ranking cardiology and heart surgery service in the nation. Over the last 72 years, we have gifted in excess of $6.3 Million to Texas Children’s because of your generosity. We would like to thank all of our supporters that have made it possible for us to continue to give to such a deserving organization and invite you to be part of the tradition of giving for our 73rd year by becoming a sponsor. Together, we can make a difference. ...So much more than a horse show!

P R O U D LY BE N E F I T I N G

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H ONORED H E R O E S

P I N OA K HO NOR E D H E ROE S –2 0 1 8 LI L A

6 YEARS OLD

Lila is your typical 6-year-old who is very active and loves being outdoors. When she began to complain of pain in her leg, her mom, Ashley, thought Lila had sprained her ankle. When the pain became more severe and she no longer wanted to walk—Ashley knew something was wrong. After a trip to an emergency room, where Lila was running a high fever, she was diagnosed with subacute osteomyelitis of the right ankle and tibia. This meant she had an infection in her bone, and surgery was the only treatment option. Ashley immediately took her daughter to Texas Children’s Hospital.

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After 4-year-old Gavyn spent a fun day outside jumping on his trampoline, he told his mom, Jennifer, that his knee was hurting. Gavyn was a very healthy child, and Jennifer thought it was nothing more than an injury from jumping, but she took him to the doctor just to be safe. Gavyn did have a fracture, but even after a cast was put on his leg, the pain increased. Then he stopped walking. Jennifer quickly took her son to Texas Children’s Hospital, where they received news that would forever change their lives. Gavyn was diagnosed with leukemia and needed to begin chemotherapy right away. The leukemia had caused his

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bones to become weak, which caused the fracture. Jennifer is now thankful for the trampoline injury, because it led doctors to catch Gavyn’s cancer in the early stages. “The support from Texas Children’s and the Child Life department through everything was amazing,” Jennifer said. “They not only helped Gavyn, but also helped his sisters understand what was happening with their little brother.” After 30 days of treatment, Gavyn is now in remission and is back to enjoying what he loves—video games, robots and playing with his two sisters, Devyn and Avery.

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Lila needed four surgeries to completely clear the infection in her leg and ankle. She spent 32 days in the hospital recovering and never once let her diagnosis bring her down. “Lila was so strong and would comfort me through every procedure,” Ashley said. “She is amazing, and she is truly my hero.” Lila still visits Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus for check-ups and physical therapy, and she enjoys seeing all the friends she made during her time there. Inspired by the care she received, Lila wants to be a doctor when she grows up so she can “fix people too.”


Join Ambassadors today. Become an Ambassador for Texas Children’s Hospital and be a voice for sick and injured children in our community and beyond. To learn more, call 832-824-6900 or visit ambassadors.texaschildrens.org


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WEEKLY TITLE SPONSORS W EEK 2 :

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$40,000+

$30,000

$25,000

$20,000

$15,000

$10,000 Antares Sellier Avalon Advisors, LLC / Willie Langston / Kevin J. Lilly Denise & David Baggett Bluebonnet Feeds & Stride Animal Health Henrietta & Terrence Hall

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Hunton Group & Olde Oaks Farm, Inc. Northern Trust October Hill Farm RSM US LLP

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SP O N SO R S

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$7,500 Bedoya Training Stables The Robson Family

Texas-Florida Connection Voltaire Design

$5,000 Amegy Bank Andrews Kurth Kenyon Essex Classics Floyd Sport Horses JP Morgan The Melton Family & Carolyn Corbett

R.E. Smith Foundation Ruthie & Doug Kelly Natixis Valley View Stables Vista Grande Diary Willowcreek Ranch

$2,500 Oakwell Farms Sherwood Sporthorses Mrs. Nancy Naschke Simonds & Mr. Stewart Whitmore Simonds Singleton Cooksey PLLC Tri Oaks Ranch TSA Processing Woodway Equestrian / Healing With Love

Elly & Phil Berman Clark Condon Comerica Bank Curtis & Windham Architects Deloitte Gensler H&H Insurance Agency JLL Monarch Stables

OFFICIA L PART N ERS

I N K IND S PONS ORS

M E D I A PAR T N ER S

Luxury Vehicle of Pin Oak The Lincoln Motor Company

Prizes Antares Sellier Essex Classics Bluebonnet Feeds / Stride Animal Health Karinda K. Equine Photography Saddle Shoppe Snaks 5th Avenchew

Exclusive Media Partner for the USHJA International Hunter Derby Modern Luxury

Jump Crew Quail Hollow Tack

Media Partners Equine Journal Farm & Ranch Horseman’s News PetTalk Houston Sidelines StreamHorse TV The Plaid Horse

Tractor Dealer of Pin Oak Washington County Tractor Saddle of Pin Oak Antares Sellier Design Agency of Pin Oak Everest Agency Exclusive Photographer of ‘The Faces of Pin Oak’ Karinda K. Equine Photography Show Photographers & Videographers Andrew Ryback Photography Casey McBride Photography Karinda K. Equine Photography Trisha Booker JK Videography Richfield Video

Hospitality Babin’s Seafood Bluebonnet Feeds / Stride Animal Health / Trapp O’Neal Equestrian Connect Landry’s Total Wine & More

Pin Oak Program Contributor 365 Days of Horses The Plaid Horse The Saddle Horse Report

Lodging Hyatt House Wyndham Valet The Lincoln Motor Company

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M A R K ETPLACE VENDO R S AJ Design Custom Embroidery Anoited Hands by Flo Antares Sellier / Equiventure Tack Bluebonnet Feed / Stride Animal Health Bota La Mundial Brazos Valley Equine Hospital Bruno Delgrange Clare Christie Fine Art CWD USA David Erdek Photography DeMontrond RV Dr. Barb’s Solutions Dr. Show USA Etch-O-Sketch Exceptional Equestrian Karinda K Equine Photography Luxe EQ Maria Miranasa Horse Blankets McRae MD Medicial Laser Spa Opal R. Helm / Texas Purina Mills Quail Hollow Tack Ronald Raven Designs Showtime Couture Voltaire Design Elaine Turner Pop-Up Shop *Only March 24 & 30 and April 6 & 7

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P IN OA K S HO W AWA R DS

AWARD-WI NNI NG

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The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show has been recognized as one of the best events of its kind in the country. Find out what this means for us and why we are so proud of our achievements!

US E F H ERITAGE AWAR D In 2007, the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show was the first horse show in the nation to receive the coveted designation as an United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Heritage Competition award. Here is their citation. “The Heritage designation is a honor bestowed by USEF, the governing body of the equestrian sport, and is the highest honor that can be achieved by a horse show in the United States.

or more, promoted and grown the equestrian sport, and made contributions to the community outside the gates of the horse show by achieving, maintaining, and promoting the equestrian ideals of sportsmanship and competition.

The designation of a USEF Heritage Competition is reserved for competitions that have been in existence for 25 years

Only 14 horse shows of the more than 2,600 USEF competitions across the United States can claim this distinction.

These shows have become a part of the fabric of the American showing scene. With their endurance, dedication to philanthropic efforts and impact on their communities, they are perfect examples of what we look for when designating Heritage Competitions.”

NA R G T OP 25 H OR S E S HO W The North American Riders Group, NARG, remains steadfast in achieving an essential goal – improving our sport so that once again show jumping in North America will rank among the greatest in the world. NARG supports exhibitors at competitions, creates and presents evaluations to horse shows that results in significant improvements at major events.

Pin Oak is proud to have been in the top 25 horse shows for 2010, 2011, 2012.

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Representing the riders and owners in North America, NARG works openly with show management, governing bodies and associations, to improve the quality of horse showing. Part of this process recognizes those competitions that have been reviewed by riders and equestrian officials and the top shows in North America are recognized.

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P I N O A K SHO W AWA R DS

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2 0 1 6 UPH A CHAPTE R 6/7 HONO R H OR SE SH OW At the recent United Professional Horsemen’s Association National Convention, the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show was awarded the UPHA Chapter 6/7 Honor show of the year for 2016. This was awarded by popular vote of the professional trainers of Chapter 6/7. Thank you to Pin Oak’s long-time Breed Show Manager, Peter Fenton.

and Arkansas. Pin Oak is honored to be voted as a Honor horse show for our Chapter. This is the seventh time Pin Oak has been awarded this honor. The first time was in 1998 and subsequent awards were in 1999, 2006, 2009, 2011 and 2013.

UPHA Chapter 6/7 encompasses Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Mississippi,

U SE F FAVOR I T E BR EED COM P ET I T I O N

for our 2011 Andalusian/Lusitano competition! From their citation... In 2011 the United States Equestrian Federation held the “My USEF Favorite Breed Competition” contest. We would like to congratulate the Pin Oak Horse Show I on being included in the list of winners for the Andalusian/Lusitano division!

We don’t get a lot of evaluations (good or bad) in a year’s time and the fact that your exhibitors took the time to tell us about their positive experience at your show means a lot! We’d like to share one of those comments with you: “I enjoy showing in a multi-breed venue, it allows us to ‘show off’ our breed to many other exhibitors and spectators”. Once again, we would like to congratulate your competition on being one of the favorite USEF competitions among Andalusian/Lusitano exhibitors. We appreciate your efforts in making this USEF competition a special event for exhibitors each year and thank you for continuing to hold USEF licensed competitions in the future.

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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am

325 329 357 333 360 363 336 387

Jumper Training Session 1.10m-1.15m 1.15m Open Jumper II 2b 1.15m 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 2b 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.35m Open Jumper II 2b 1.40m Open Jumper II 1

Not Before 5:00 pm

1 Fine Harness Open 2 Three Gaited Park Pleasure Open 3 Roadster Pony Open 4 Three Gaited Park Open 5 Three Gaited Park Pleasure Jr/Novice Horse 6 Five-Gaited Ladies 7 UPHA Park Pleasure Classic 8 Three Gaited Open 9 Saddle & Bridle Shatner Western Pleasure 10 Five-Gaited Jr/Novice Horse 11 Country Pleasure Driving 12 Fine Harness Jr/Novice Horse 13 Three Gaited Ladies 14 Three Gaited Jr/Novice Horse 15 Five-Gaited Open

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 am

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

400 Green Conformation Model

410 815 427 428 426 412 413 411 402 403 401 422 423 421 417 418 416 432 433 431

HP Conformation Model Open Hunter (all day) High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter - Handy High Performance Hunter U/S HP Conformation Hunter HP Conformation Hunter - Handy HP Conformation Hunter U/S Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformation Hunter - Handy Green Conformation Hunter U/S 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter - Handy 3’9” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter - Handy 3’6” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter - Handy 3’6” Performance Hunter U/S

818 437 438 407 408 406

Open Hunter (Perf Only) 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter - Handy 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter U/S

First Available Ring Not Before Noon

656 657 658 659

Yearling HB Two Year Old HB Three Year Old HB Best Young Horse

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 8:00 am

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

301 304 307 311 314 384 318 322 378

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 2b 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b 1.0m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING If time allows after completion of Jumpers, ring closes 1 hour before showtime. Open after evening session until 1 hour before showtime the following day.

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816 452 453 451 457 458 456 812 813 811 807 808 806 802 803 801 817 672 673 671 582 583 581

Open Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter U/S 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Young Hunter (7 & Under) 3’6” Young Hunter (7 & Under) 3’6” Young Hunter U/S (7 & Under) 3’3” Young Hunter (6 & Under) 3’3” Young Hunter (6 & Under) 3’3” Young Hunter U/S (6 & Under) 3’ Young Hunter (5 & Under) 3’ Young Hunter (5 & Under) 3’ Young Hunter U/S (5 & Under) Open Hunter 3’ Take 2 TB Hunter 3’ Take 2 TB Hunter Take 2 TB Hunter U/S Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter U/S

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TUESDAY SCHOOLING MAIN INDOOR ARENA Breed 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. Jumper 12:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. HUNTER RINGS

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Drag breaks posted in show office & on the Pin Oak App


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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

326 330 358 334 361 364 337 388

1.10m Jumper Training Session-90 sec 1.15m Open Jumper II 1 1.15m 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 1 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.35m Open Jumper II 1 1.40m Open Jumper II 2b

Not Before 4:00 pm

393 $10,000 Welcome Stake II 2b

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

Not Before 7:00 pm

Fine Harness Amateur Hunter Country Pleasure Three Gaited Park Pleasure Amateur Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving Three Gaited Amateur Show Pleasure Driving Three Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Opportunity Pleasure Driving Five-Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Road Horse Open UPHA Fine Harness Classic Three Gaited Park Amateur Three Gaited Country Pleasure Adult Five-Gaited Amateur

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING At completion of breed show in Main Arena and until 1 hour prior to start of the competition the following day.

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

302 305 308 312 315 385 319 323 379 380

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 1 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b 1.0m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 1 1.0m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 1

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 8:00 am

429 430 414 415 424 425 404 405 419 420 434 435 819 467 468 462 463 798

High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter HP Conformation Hunter HP Conformation Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformation Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter Open Hunter (AO Only) 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over + 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 + TEC Amateur Medal

+ First Round of Classic

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

792 793 821 502 503 501 507 508 506 512 513 511 759 592 593 591 627 628 626

Adult Eq - Flat Adult Eq - Fences Open Hunter (AA Only) AA Hunter 50 & Over AA Hunter 50 & Over + AA Hunter 50 & Over U/S AA Hunter 36-49 AA Hunter 36-49 + AA Hunter 36-49 U/S AA Hunter 18-35 AA Hunter 18-35 + AA Hunter 18-35 U/S Mod. AA Eq. - Fences Mod. AA Hunter Mod. AA Hunter Mod. AA Hunter U/S 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter U/S

+ First Round of Classic

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am 436 3’3” Performance Hunter U/S 439 3’3” Performance Hunter 440 3’3” Performance Hunter 459 3’3” Green Working Hunter 460 3’3” Green Working Hunter * 454 3’ Green Working Hunter 455 3’ Green Working Hunter * 1455 Texas Super Stake Awards 2455 USHJA Green Hunter Incentive Awards 820 Open Hunter (AO Only) 477 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over 478 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over + 472 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 473 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 + * TX Green Hunter Stake/USHJA Incentive + First Round of Classic

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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

331 359 335 362 365 392 389 339 342 395

1.15m Open Jumper II 1 1.15m YJC 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 1 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 2b 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 2b 1.35m Open Jumper Speed Stake II 1 1.40m Open Jumper II 1 1.20m AO Jumper II 2b 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper II 2b 1.40m U25 Welcome II 2b

Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am

306 309 313 316 386 320 324 372 366

0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 1 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 1 1.10m High AA Jumper II 2b 1.0m Low AA Jumper II 2b

Not Before 6:00 pm

682 $30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING At completion of breed show in The Lincoln Motor Company Main Ring until 1 hour prior to the start of the competition the following day.

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 8:30 am

758 823 594 595 528 529 527

Mod. AA Eq. - Flat 2’6” Open Hunter Mod. AA Hunter Mod. AA Hunter 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 3’ Pin Oak Hunter U/S

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am 774 Ariat National Adult Medal 514 AA Hunter 18-35 515 AA Hunter 18-35 Stake 509 AA Hunter 36-49 510 AA Hunter 36-49 Stake 504 AA Hunter 50 & Over 505 AA Hunter 50 & Over Stake 679 $1000 Pin Oak AA Hunter Classic 2nd Round (NAL/WIHS)

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822 Open Hunter (AO Only) 464 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 - Handy 465 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 Stake 461 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 U/S 469 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over - Handy 470 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over Stake 466 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over U/S 474 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 - Handy 475 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 Stake 471 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 U/S 479 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over - Handy 480 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over Stake 476 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over U/S 687 $1000 AO Hunter Classic 2nd Round

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I & II

Not Before 7:00 pm

30 Leadline 31 Saddle Seat Equitation 17 & Under 32 Three Gaited Park Pleasure Championship 33 Five Gated Show Pleasure Jr Exhibitor 34 Hunter Country Pleasure Championship 35 Saddle & Bridle Pleasure Equitation Medallion 36 Three Gaited Park Championship 37 Three Gaited Show Pleasure Jr Exhibitor 38 Road Pony Championship 39 Three Gaited Jr Exhibitor 40 Country Pleasure Driving Championship 41 Three Gaited Country Pleasure Jr Exhibitor 42 Western Country Pleasure 43 Five-Gaited Jr Exhibitor

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 7:30 am

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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am 44 Academy Perf. Advanced WTC 45 UPHA Challenge Cup 17 & Under 46 Academy Equitation Advanced WTC 47 Opportunity Pleasure Walk & Trot 48 Academy Performance Maiden WTC 49 Opportunity Pleasure Any Seat 50 Academy Equitation Maiden WTC 51 Academy Performance Limit WTC 52 UPHA Walk & Trot Challenge Cup 53 Academy Equitation Limit WTC 54 Academy Performance WT All Ages 55 Academy Equitation WT All Ages 56 Three Gaited Park Pleasure Amateur Championship

778 340 348 349 351 352 343

Not Before 11:00 am

WIHS Equitation Jumper Phase 1.20m AO Jumper II 1 1.20m Jr Jumper II 2b 1.20m Jr Jumper II 1 1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper II 2b 1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper II 1 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper II 1

Not Before 4:00 pm

57 Fine Harness Championship 58 Saddle Seat Equitation Championship 59 Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving Championship 60 Five-Gaited Amateur/Jr Exhibitor Championship 61 Show Pleasure Driving Championship 62 Three Gaited Stake 63 Three Gaited Show Pleasure Championship 64 Road Horse to Bike Championship 65 Three Gaited Amateur/Jr Exhibitor Championship 66 Five-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship 67 Three Gaited Western Country Pleasure Championship 68 Three Gaited Park Amateur Championship 69 Five-Gaited Stake

7:00 pm

398 $30,000 Pin Oak Charity Grand Prix

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING At completion of Grand Prix in Main Arena and until 1 hour prior to start of the competition the following day.

Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am

303 310 370 367 373 375 369 381 382

.75m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 1.0m Low Child Jumper II 1 1.0m Low AA Jumper II 1 1.10m High AA Jumper II 1 1.10m High Child Jumper II 2b 1.0m Low Child Jumper II 2b 1.05m Pony Jumper II 2b 1.05m Pony Jumper II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 am 530 Small Pony Hunter Model 540 Medium Pony Hunter Model 560 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Model 550 Large Pony Hunter Model 570 Large Green Pony Hunter Model 770 Marshall & Sterling/US Pony Medal (open card) 532 Small Pony Hunter - Conf. 533 Small Pony Hunter + 531 Small Pony Hunter U/S 542 Medium Pony Hunter - Conf 543 Medium Pony Hunter + 541 Medium Pony Hunter U/S 552 Large Pony Hunter - Conf 553 Large Pony Hunter + 551 Large Pony Hunter U/S 572 Large Green Pony Hunter - Conf 573 Large Green Pony Hunter + 571 Large Green Pony Hunter U/S 562 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter - Conf 563 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter + 561 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter U/S 622 Children’s Hunter Pony 623 Children’s Hunter Pony + 621 Children’s Hunter Pony U/S + First Round of Classic

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

772 766 767 825 522 523 517 518 757 597 598

THIS National Children’s Medal Jr Equitation 14 & U - Flat Jr Equitation 14 & U - Fences Open Hunter - Children’s Only Children’s Hunter 15-17 Children’s Hunter 15-17 + Children’s Hunter 14 & U Children’s Hunter 14 & U + Mod. Children’s Eq - Fences Mod. Children’s Hunter Mod. Children’s Hunter

+ First Round of Classic

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am

768 769 773 777 824 482 483 481 487 488 486 492 493 491 497 498 496 612 613 611 617 618 616 602 603 601 607 608 606

Jr Eq 15-17 - Flat Jr Eq 15-17 - Fences Dover/US Hunter Seat Medal WIHS Equitation - Hunter Phase Open Hunter 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U + 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 + 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U + 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 + 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U + 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 + 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U + 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 + 3’3” Lg jr Hunter 16-17 U/S

+ First Round of Classic

Sand Ring I - 7:30 am

741 742 743 716 717 718 719 720 721 760 761 702 703 762 763 707 708 764 765 712 713

WT Hunter WT Pole WT Pole Opp WTC Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Opp WTC 18” Opp WTC 18” Short Stirrup Eq - Flat Short Stirrup Eq - Fences Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Eq - Flat Medium Stirrup Eq - Fences Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Eq - Flat Long Stirrup Eq - Fences Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter

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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am 70 Academy Performance Advanced Championship 71 Opportunity Pleasure Driving Championship 72 Academy Equitation Advanced Championship 73 Opportunity Pleasure Walk & Trot Championship 74 Academy Performance Maiden/Limit Championship 75 Saddle Seat Equitation Walk & Trot Championship 76 Academy Equitation Maiden/Limit Championship 77 Three Gaited Country Pleasure Championship 78 Academy Performance Walk & Trot Championship 79 Opportunity Pleasure Any Seat Championship 80 Academy Equitation Walk & Trot Championship

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 9:00 am

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 8:00 am 776 WIHS Pony Equitation (Open Card) 534 Small Pony Hunter - Handy 535 Small Pony Hunter Stake 544 Medium Pony Hunter - Handy 545 Medium Pony Hunter Stake 554 Large Pony Hunter - Handy 555 Large Pony Hunter Stake 680 $1500 Pony Hunter Classic 2nd Round 574 Large Green Pony Hunter 575 Large Green Pony Hunter 564 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 565 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 678 $1000 Green Pony Hunter Classic 2nd Round 624 Children’s Pony Hunter 625 Children’s Pony Hunter 677 $500 Children’s Pony Hunter Cls 2nd Round

785 Children’s Equitation 15-17 - Fences 524 Children’s Hunter 15-17 525 Children’s Hunter 15 -17 Stake 521 Children’s Hunter 15-17 U/S 676 $1000 Pin Oak Children’s Hunter Classic 15-17 (NAL/WIHS) 2nd Round 751 Children’s Equitation 14 & U - Fences 519 Children’s Hunter 14 & U 520 Children’s Hunter 14 & U Stake 516 Children’s Hunter 14 & U U/S 675 $1000 Pin Oak Children’s Hunter Classic 14 & U (NAL/WIHS) 2nd Round 596 Mod. Children’s Hunter U/S 756 Mod. Children’s Eq - Flat 599 Mod. Children’s Hunter 600 Mod. Children’s Hunter

Not Before 11:00 am

399 1.45m U25 Grand Prix II 2a 353 1.30/1.40m Jr/AO Jumper Classic II 2b 350 1.20m Jr/AO Jumper Classic II 2b 374 1.15m AA Jumper Classic II 2b 377 1.15m Child Jumper Classic II 2b

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am 371 1.05m Low Child Jumper Stake II 2b 368 1.05m Low AA Jumper Stake II 2b 383 1.10m Pony Jumper II 2b 376 1.10m High Child Jumper II 1 787 USHJA 3’3” Jumper Seat Medal 775 Platinum Performance/USEF Talent Search

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Sand Arena I - 8:00 am Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am 771 ASPCA Horsemanship 499 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 500 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 494 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 495 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 489 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 490 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 484 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 485 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 685 $1000 3’6” Junior Hunter Classic 2nd Round 609 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 610 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 604 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 605 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 619 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 620 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 614 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 615 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 686 $1000 3’3” Junior Hunter Classic 2nd Round

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WT Horsemanship WT Horsemanship Poles WT Horsemanship Poles Opp WTC Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Eq. Opp WTC 18” Opp WTC 18” Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter U/S Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter U/S Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter U/S


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Join the tradition of excellence and legacy of giving as a prestigious Pin Oak Sponsor, and experience the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show to the fullest in the Sponsor’s Club. Enjoy the ringside social elegance and festive events that set Pin Oak apart! Exhibitors will enjoy breakfast daily throughout the show grounds and ringside hospitality in the Exhibitor’s Club. T U E S DAY, M A R C H 2 0 , 2018 Between Barns A & AA

TASHA’s Crawfish Boil Kickoff Party

5:00 PM

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2018 Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshment

Sponsors Club

6:00 PM

Saddlebred Sponsor Reception presented by Amegy Bank

North Mezzanine

6:00 PM

Landry’s Saddlebred Welcome Reception THURSDAY MARCH 22, 2018

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments

North Mezzanine

6:00 PM

Babin’s Saddlebred Welcome Reception

Sponsors Club

6:00 PM

Saddlebred Sponsor Reception presented by Avalon Advisors

Sponsors Club

4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The Junior League Private Reception

FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2018 Sponsors Club

10:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Lunch presented by Singleton Cooksey PLLC

Tellepsen Arena

5:30 PM

Churrasco To-Go’s International Derby Welcome Party

Sponsors Club

6:00 PM

Saddlebred Sponsor Reception presented by Bluebonnet Farm • TASHA’s Awards Banquet

Texas Children’s Hospital Arena Club

6:30 PM

Course Designers Clinic with Eric Hasbrouck SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2018 Sponsor Lunch presented by JLL

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsors Club

5 PM: Bar Opens/6 PM: Dinner $30,000 Amalaya Investments / Oasis Petroleum /7 PM: Grand Prix Begins Grand Prix & Gala SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2018

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11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Brunch presented by Andrews Kurth Kenyon

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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am

325 329 357 333 360 363 336 388 393

Jumper Training Session 1.10m-1.15m 1.15m Open Jumper II 2b 1.15m 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 2b 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.35m Open Jumper II 2b 1.40m Open Jumper II 2b 1.45m Welcome Jumper Stake II 2b

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

301 304 307 311 314 384 318 322 378

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 2b 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b 1.0m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 am

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

400 Green Conformation Model

410 815 427 428 426 412 413 411 422 423 421 402 403 401 417 418 416 432 433 431

HP Conformation Model Open Hunter (all day) High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter - Handy High Performance Hunter U/S HP Conformation Hunter HP Conformation Hunter - Handy HP Conformation Hunter U/S 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter - Handy 3’9” Green Working Hunter U/S Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformation Hunter - Handy Green Conformation Hunter U/S 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter - Handy 3’6” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter - Handy 3’6” Performance Hunter U/S

818 437 438 407 408 582 583 406

Open Hunter (Perf Only) 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter - Handy 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter U/S

First Available Ring Not Before Noon

656 657 658 659

Yearling HB Two Year Old HB Three Year Old HB Best Young Horse

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 8:00 am

816 452 453 451 457 458 456 812 813 811 807 808 806 802 803 801 817 672 673 671

Open Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter - Handy 3’ Green Working Hunter U/S 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter - Handy 3’3” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Young Hunter (7 & Under) 3’6” Young Hunter (7 & Under) 3’6” Young Hunter U/S (7 & Under) 3’3” Young Hunter (6 & Under) 3’3” Young Hunter (6 & Under) 3’3” Young Hunter U/S (6 & Under) 3’ Young Hunter (5 & Under) 3’ Young Hunter (5 & Under) 3’ Young Hunter U/S (5 & Under) Open Hunter 3’ Take 2 TB Hunter 3’ Take 2 TB Hunter Take 2 TB Hunter U/S

MONDAY SCHOOLING MAIN INDOOR ARENA Jumper 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. HUNTER RINGS

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

326 330 358 334 361 364 337 387

1.10m Jumper Training Session-90 sec 1.15m Open Jumper II 1 1.15m 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 1 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.35m Open Jumper II 1 1.40m Open Jumper II 1

Not Before 4:00 pm

396 $25,000 Pin Oak Charity Grand Prix American Standard

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

302 305 308 312 315 385 319 323 379 380

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 1 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b 1.0m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 1 1.0m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 1

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 8:00 am

826 429 430 414 415 424 425 404 405 419 420 434 435 819 467 468 462 463 798

Open Hunter High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter HP Conformation Hunter HP Conformation Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformation Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter Open Hunter (AO Only) 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over + 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 + TEC Amateur Medal

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

792 821 793 502 503 501 507 508 506 512 513 511 627 628 626

Adult Eq - Flat Open Hunter (AA Only) Adult Eq - Fences AA Hunter 50 & Over AA Hunter 50 & Over + AA Hunter 50 & Over U/S AA Hunter 36-49 AA Hunter 36-49 + AA Hunter 36-49 U/S AA Hunter 18-35 AA Hunter 18-35 + AA Hunter 18-35 U/S 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter U/S

+ First Round of Classic

+ First Round of Classic

Wheless Arena - 8:00 am Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am 436 3’3” Performance Hunter U/S 439 3’3” Performance Hunter 440 3’3” Performance Hunter 459 3’3” Green Working Hunter 460 3’3” Green Working Hunter * 454 3’ Green Working Hunter 455 3’ Green Working Hunter * 1455 Texas Super Stake Awards 2455 USHJA Green Hunter Incentive Awards 820 Open Hunter (AO Only) 477 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over 478 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over + 472 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 473 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 +

587 588 584 585 581 759 592 593 591

Hopeful Hunter Hopeful Hunter Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter U/S Modified Adult Eq - Fences Modified Adult Hunter Modified Adult Hunter + Modified Adult Hunter U/S

+ First Round of Classic

* TX Green Hunter Stake/USHJA Incentive + First Round of Classic

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TH UR SD AY - MAR CH 29

The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

331 359 335 362 365 392 389 339 342 349 395

1.15m Open Jumper II 1 1.15m YJC 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 1 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 2b 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 2b 1.35m Open Speed Stake II 1 1.40m Open Jumper II 1 1.20m AO Jumper II 2b 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper II 2b 1.20m Jr Jumper II 2b 1.40m U25 Welcome II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 10:00 am 681 $10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

Not Before 4:00 pm

682 $30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am 774 Ariat National Adult Medal 514 AA Hunter 18-35 515 AA Hunter 18-35 Stake 509 AA Hunter 36-49 510 AA Hunter 36-49 Stake 504 AA Hunter 50 & Over 505 AA Hunter 50 & Over Stake 679 $1000 Pin Oak AA Hunter Classic 2nd Round (NAL/WIHS)

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am

Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am

303 306 309 313 316 386 320 324 372 366

0.75 Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 1 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 1 1.10m High AA Jumper II 2b 1.0m Low AA Jumper II 2b

464 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 - Handy 465 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 Stake 461 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 U/S 469 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over - Handy 470 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over Stake 466 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over U/S 474 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 - Handy 475 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 Stake 471 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 U/S 479 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over - Handy 480 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over Stake 476 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over U/S 687 $1000 AO Hunter Classic 2nd Round

Wheless Arena - 7:30 am 586 Hopeful Hunter U/S 589 Hopeful Hunter 590 Hopeful Hunter 758 Modified Adult Eq - Flat 823 Open Hunter 594 Modified Adult Hunter 595 Modified Adult Hunter 684 Modified Adult Hunter Classic 2nd Round 528 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 529 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 527 3’ Pin Oak Hunter U/S

Join us at 6:00 PM for Bluebonnet Feeds MargaritaVille Party & the $1,500 Grooms Class in The Lincoln Clear Round Tavern! The Dynamic Sports Medicine & Pain Solutions Grooms Class begins at 6:30 PM 32

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F R I D AY - MARCH 30

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am

The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am

778 340 348 351 343 352

WIHS Equitation Jumper Phase 1.20m AO Jumper II 1 1.20m Jr Jumper II 2b 1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper II 2b 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper II 1 1.30/1.40 Jr Jumper II 1

7:00 pm

30 Leadline (no stallions) 398 $30,000 Pin Oak Charity Grand Prix National Standard

Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am

310 317 370 367 373 375 369

0.90m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Low Child Jumper II 1 1.0m Low AA Jumper II 1 1.10m High AA Jumper II 1 1.10m High Child Jumper II 2b 1.0m Low Child Jumper II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 am 530 Small Pony Hunter Model 540 Medium Pony Hunter Model 560 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Model 550 Large Pony Hunter Model 570 Large Green Pony Hunter Model 770 Marshall & Sterling/US Pony Medal (open card) 532 Small Pony Hunter - Conf. 533 Small Pony Hunter + 531 Small Pony Hunter U/S 542 Medium Pony Hunter - Conf 543 Medium Pony Hunter + 541 Medium Pony Hunter U/S 552 Large Pony Hunter - Conf 553 Large Pony Hunter + 551 Large Pony Hunter U/S 572 Large Green Pony Hunter - Conf 573 Large Green Pony Hunter + 571 Large Green Pony Hunter U/S 562 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter - Conf 563 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter + 561 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter U/S 752 Children’s Pony Eq - Flat 753 Children’s Pony Eq - Fences 622 Children’s Hunter Pony 623 Children’s Hunter Pony + 621 Children’s Hunter Pony U/S

768 769 773 777 482 483 481 487 488 486 492 493 491 497 498 496 612 613 611 617 618 616 602 603 601 607 608 606

Jr Eq 15-17 - Flat Jr Eq 15-17 - Fences Dover/US Hunter Seat Medal WIHS Equitation - Hunter Phase 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U + 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 + 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U + 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 + 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U + 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 + 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U + 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 + 3’3” Lg jr Hunter 16-17 U/S

+ First Round of Classic

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

772 766 767 825 517 518 522 523 597 598

THIS National Children’s Medal Jr Equitation 14 & U - Flat Jr Equitation 14 & U - Fences Open Hunter Children’s Hunter 14 & U Children’s Hunter 14 & U + Children’s Hunter 15-17 Children’s Hunter 15-17 + Mod. Children’s Hunter Mod. Children’s Hunter +

+ First Round of Classic

Wheless Arena - 7:30 am

741 742 743 716 717 718 719 720 721 760 761 702 703 762 763 707 708 764 765 712 713

WT Hunter WT Pole WT Pole Opp WTC Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Opp WTC 18” Opp WTC 18” Short Stirrup Eq - Flat Short Stirrup Eq - Fences Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Eq - Flat Medium Stirrup Eq - Fences Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Eq - Flat Long Stirrup Eq - Fences Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter

+ First Round of Classic

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S AT U R D AY - MARCH 31

The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am

353 344 350 341 374 377 399

1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper Classic II 2b 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper Classic II 2b 1.20m Jr Jumper Classic II 2b 1.20m AO Jumper Classic II 2b 1.15m AA Jumper Classic II 2b 1.15m Child Jumper Classic II 2b 1.45m U25 Grand Prix II 2a

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am 371 1.05m Low Child Jumper Stake II 2b 368 1.05m Low AA Jumper Stake II 2b 376 1.10m High Child Jumper II 1 787 USHJA 3’3” Jumper Seat Medal 775 Platinum Performance/USEF Talent Search

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 8:00 am 776 WIHS Pony Equitation (Open Card) 534 Small Pony Hunter - Handy 535 Small Pony Hunter Stake 544 Medium Pony Hunter - Handy 545 Medium Pony Hunter Stake 554 Large Pony Hunter - Handy 555 Large Pony Hunter Stake 680 $1500 Pony Hunter Classic 2nd Round 574 Large Green Pony Hunter 575 Large Green Pony Hunter 564 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 565 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 678 $1000 Green Pony Hunter Classic 2nd Round 624 Children’s Pony Hunter 625 Children’s Pony Hunter 677 $500 Children’s Pony Hunter Cls 2nd Round

785 Children’s Equitation 15-17 - Fences 524 Children’s Hunter 15-17 525 Children’s Hunter 15 -17 Stake 521 Children’s Hunter 15-17 U/S 784 Children’s Equitation 15-17 - Flat 676 $1000 Pin Oak Children’s Hunter Classic 15-17 (NAL/WIHS) 2nd Round 751 Children’s Equitation 14 & U - Fences 519 Children’s Hunter 14 & U 520 Children’s Hunter 14 & U Stake 516 Children’s Hunter 14 & U U/S 750 Children’s Equitation 14 & U - Flat 675 $1000 Pin Oak Children’s Hunter Classic 14 & U (NAL/WIHS) 2nd Round 596 Mod. Children’s Hunter U/S 756 Mod. Children’s Eq - Flat 599 Mod. Children’s Hunter 600 Mod. Children’s Hunter 683 Mod. Children’s Hunter Classic 2nd Round

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am 771 ASPCA Horsemanship 609 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 610 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 604 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 605 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 619 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 620 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 614 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 615 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 686 $1000 3’3” Junior Hunter Classic 2nd Round 499 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 500 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 494 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 495 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 489 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 490 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 484 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 485 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 685 $1000 3’6” Junior Hunter Classic 2nd Round

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Wheless Arena - 7:30 am

746 747 748 726 727 728 729 730 731 704 705 701 709 710 706 714 715 711

WT Horsemanship WT Horsemanship Poles WT Horsemanship Poles Opp WTC Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Eq. Opp WTC 18” Opp WTC 18” Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter U/S Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter U/S Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter U/S


Great Southwest Shows &

Southbound Show Management Present the

Texas Winter Series I – Jan 31-Feb 4

Blue Ribbon Winter Festival- Jan 18-21, Waco, Tx

Texas Winter Series II – Feb 7-11

Winter Warm Up – Jan 25-29, Waco, Tx

Texas Winter Series III – Feb 14-18

Texas Shoot Out – April 25-29, Tyler, Tx

Texas Winter Series IV – Feb 21-25

Show Jumping Classic – May 16-20, Tyler, Tx

POCHS I – Mar 21- 25

Southwest Classic – May 23-27, Ft. Worth, Tx

POCHS II – Mar 27-31

Southwest Showdown – Sept. 19-23, Katy, Tx

POCHS III – April 3-8

Country Bound Horse Show – Oct 5-7, Tyler, Tx

GSEC Fall Classic- Sept 27-30

Fall Fun – Oct 11-14, Tyler, Tx

Autumn Classic – Nov 7-11

Harvest – Oct 31-Nov 4, Katy, Tx


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Grooms Party presented by Olde Oak Farm

6:00 PM

TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2018 Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2018 Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Sponsors Club

4:00 PM

$25,000 Grand Prix Sponsor Reception presented by RSM US LLP THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2018

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Lunch presented by Deloitte

Clear Round Tavern

6:00 PM

MargaritaVille Party presented by Bluebonnet Feeds FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 2018 Sponsor Lunch presented by Curtis & Windham Architects

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsors Club

5 PM: Bar Opens/6 PM: Dinner $30,000 Hildebrand Fund Grand Prix 7 PM: Grand Prix Begins & Northern Trust Fiesta Gala SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 2018

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Brunch presented by Clark Condon

The Lincoln Clear Round Tavern

1:00 PM

Ice Cream Social presented by Woodway Equestrian / Healing With Love

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TU E SD AY - APRIL 3

The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am

325 329 357 333 360 363 336 388

Jumper Training Session 1.10m-1.15m 1.15m Open Jumper II 2b 1.15m 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 2b 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.35m Open Jumper II 2b 1.40m Open Jumper II 2b

Tellepsen Arena - 8:30 am

301 304 307 311 314 384 318 322 378

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 2b 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b 1.0m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 am

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

400 Green Conformation Model

410 815 427 428 426 412 413 411 422 423 421 402 403 401 417 418 416 827 432 433 431

HP Conformation Model Open Hunter (all day) High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter - Handy High Performance Hunter U/S HP Conformation Hunter HP Conformation Hunter - Handy HP Conformation Hunter U/S 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter - Handy 3’9” Green Working Hunter U/S Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformation Hunter - Handy Green Conformation Hunter U/S 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter - Handy 3’6” Green Working Hunter U/S Open Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter - Handy 3’6” Performance Hunter U/S

828 407 408 582 583 406 627 628 626

Open Hunter 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter 2’6” Pin Oak Hunter U/S 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter U/S

First Available Ring Not Before Noon

656 657 658 659

Yearling HB Two Year Old HB Three Year Old HB Best Young Horse

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 8:00 am

816 437 438 457 458 456 452 453 451

Open Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter - Handy 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter U/S

MONDAY SCHOOLING MAIN INDOOR ARENA Jumper 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. HUNTER RINGS

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Drag breaks posted in show office & on the Pin Oak App

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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

326 330 358 334 361 364 337

1.10m Jumper Training Session-90 sec 1.15m Open Jumper II 1 1.15m 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 1 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 1 1.35m Open Jumper II 1

387 1.40m Open Jumper II 1 393 1.45m Welcome Jumper Stake II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 8:00 am

826 429 430 414 415 424 425 404 405 419 420 436 439 440

Open Hunter High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter HP Conformation Hunter HP Conformation Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformation Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter U/S 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 7:30 am

581 838 587 588 584 585 759 592 593 758

Baby Green Hunter U/S Open Hunter Hopeful Hunter Hopeful Hunter Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter Modified Adult Eq - Fences Modified Adult Hunter Modified Adult Hunter Modified Adult Eq - Flat

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

302 305 308 312 315 385 319 323 379

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 1 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b 1.0m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 1

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am 837 Open Hunter 454 3’ Green Working Hunter 455 3’ Green Working Hunter * 459 3’3” Green Working Hunter 460 3’3” Green Working Hunter * 1455 Texas Super Stake Awards 2455 USHJA Green Hunter Incentive Awards 434 3’6” Performance Hunter 435 3’6” Performance Hunter 812 3’6” Young Hunter (7 & Under) 813 3’6” Young Hunter (7 & Under) 811 3’6” Young Hunter U/S (7 & Under) 807 3’3” Young Hunter (6 & Under) 808 3’3” Young Hunter (6 & Under) 806 3’3” Young Hunter U/S (6 & Under) 802 3’ Young Hunter (5 & Under) 803 3’ Young Hunter (5 & Under) 801 3’ Young Hunter U/S (5 & Under)

* TX Green Hunter Stake/USHJA Incentive

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TH UR SD AY - APRIL 5

The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

327 331 359 335 362 365 392 389

1.15m Training Session 1.15m Open Jumper II 1 1.15m YJC 5 Year Old Jumper II 1.25m Open Jumper II 1 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 2b 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 2b 1.35m Speed Stake II 1 1.40m Open Jumper II 1

Not Before 6:00 pm

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 10:00 am

822 462 463 461 467 468 466 472 473 471 477 478 476

396 $25,000 Pin Oak Grand Prix American Standard

Open Hunter 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 U/S 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over U/S 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 U/S 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over U/S

Not Before 1:00 pm 681 $15,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am

303 306 309 313 316 386 320 324 380

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 1 1.05m Training Jumper II 1.10m Training Jumper II 1 1.00m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 8:00 am

774 792 821 793 502 503 790 791 507 508 788 789 512 513

Ariat National Adult Medal Adult Eq 50 & Over - Flat Open Hunter (AA Only) Adult Eq 50 & Over - Fences AA Hunter 50 & Over AA Hunter 50 & Over + Adult Eq 36-49 - Flat Adult Eq 36-49 - Fences AA Hunter 36-49 AA Hunter 36-49 + Adult Eq 18-35 - Flat Adult Eq 18-35 - Fences AA Hunter 18-35 AA Hunter 18-35 +

+ First Round of Classic

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Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

829 589 590 586 591 823 594 595

2’6” Open Hunter Hopeful Hunter Hopeful Hunter Hopeful Hunter U/S Modified Adult Hunter U/S 2’6” Open Hunter Modified Adult Hunter Modified Adult Hunter


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The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am 328 1.10-1.15m Training Session 339 1.20m AO Jumper II 2b 342 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper II 2b

7:00 pm 682 $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

317 372 375 366 369

1.0m Training Jumper II 1.10m High AA Jumper II 2b 1.10m High Child Jumper II 2b 1.0m Low Adult Jumper II 2b 1.0m Low Child Jumper II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 am

839 479 480 474 475 469 470 464 465 798

Open Hunter 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over - Handy 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over Stake 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 - Handy 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 Stake 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over - Handy 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over Stake 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 - Handy 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 Stake TEC Amateur Medal

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

831 528 529 527 817 672 673 671 832 765 712 713 764 711

3’ Open Hunter 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 3’ Pin Oak Hunter U/S Open Hunter - Take 2 Only Take 2 TB Hunter Take 2 TB Hunter Take 2 TB Hunter U/S Open Hunter - Long Stirrup Only Long Stirrup Eq 18/O - Fences Long Stirrup Hunter 18/O Long Stirrup Hunter 18/O Long Stirrup Eq 18/O - Flat Long Stirrup Hunter 18/O U/S

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am 830 Open Hunter 514 AA Hunter 18-35 515 AA Hunter 18-35 Stake 511 AA Hunter 18-35 U/S 509 AA Hunter 36-49 510 AA Hunter 36-49 Stake 506 AA Hunter 36-49 U/S 504 AA Hunter 50 & Over 505 AA Hunter 50 & Over Stake 501 AA Hunter 50 & Over U/S 679 Adult Hunter Classic - NAL/WIHS 2nd Round

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S AT U R D AY - APR IL 7

The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am

348 351 340 349 343 352

1.20m Jr Jumper II 2b 1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper II 2b 1.20m AO Jumper II 1 1.20m Jr Jumper II 1 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper II 1 1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper II 1

4:30 pm

30 Leadline (No Stallions)

7:00 pm 398 $30,000 Pin Oak Grand Prix National Standard

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

370 367 376 373 377 374

1.0m Low Child Jumper II 1 1.0m Low Adult Jumper II 1 1.10m High Child Jumper II 1 1.10m High Adult Jumper II 1 1.15m High Child Jumper Classic II 2b 1.15m High Adult Jumper Classic II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 am 530 Small Pony Hunter Model 560 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Model 540 Medium Pony Hunter Model 550 Large Pony Hunter Model 570 Large Green Pony Hunter Model 781 Pony Equitation - Fences 840 Open Hunter 532 Small Pony Hunter - Conf. 533 Small Pony Hunter + 531 Small Pony Hunter U/S 542 Medium Pony Hunter - Conf 543 Medium Pony Hunter + 541 Medium Pony Hunter U/S 770 Sm/Med Marshall & Sterling USEF Pony Medal 795 Large Marshall & Sterling USEF Pony Medal 552 Large Pony Hunter - Conf 553 Large Pony Hunter + 551 Large Pony Hunter U/S 780 Pony Equitation - Flat 562 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter - Conf 563 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter + 561 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter U/S 572 Large Green Pony Hunter - Conf 573 Large Green Pony Hunter + 571 Large Green Pony Hunter U/S 622 Children’s Hunter Pony 623 Children’s Hunter Pony + 621 Children’s Hunter Pony U/S + First Round of Classic

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 8:00 am

772 825 522 523 521 796 841 517 518 516

THIS National Children’s Medal 15-17 Open Hunter Children’s Hunter 15-17 Children’s Hunter 15-17 + Children’s Hunter 15-17 U/S THIS National Children’s Medal 14/U Open Hunter Children’s Hunter 14 & U Children’s Hunter 14 & U + Children’s Hunter 14 & U U/S

+ First Round of Classic

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Wheless Arena - 8:00 am

833 597 598 596 834 702 703 701 707 708 706 714 715 741 742 743 716 717 718 719 720 721

Open Hunter - Mod. Child Only Modified Children’s Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter U/S Open Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter U/S Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter U/S Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter Walk Trot Hunter Walk Trot Hunter - Poles Walk Trot Hunter - Poles Opportunity WTC Opportunity X Rails Opportunity X Rails Opportunity 18” WTC Hunter Opportunity 18” Hunter Opportunity 18” Hunter

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 7:30 am

771 773 824 612 613 617 618 602 603 607 608 482 483 487 488 492 493 497 498

ASPCA Maclay Dover/US Hunter Seat Medal Open Hunter 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy


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S U N D AY - A PRIL 8

The Lincoln Motor Company Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am

341 350 344 353

1.20m AO Jumper Classic II 2b 1.20m Jr Jumper Classic II 2b 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper Classic II 2b 1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper Classic II 2b

382 Pin Oak Invitational High Child/Adult Jumper Classic 381 Pin Oak Invitational Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am 778 WIHS Equitation - Jumper Phase 775 Platinum Performance/USEF Talent Search 787 USHJA 3’3” Jumper Seat Medal 371 1.05m Low Child Jumper Classic II 2b 368 1.05m Low AA Jumper Classic II 2b

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 8:00 am 776 Sm/Med WIHS Pony Equitation 534 Small Pony Hunter - Handy 535 Small Pony Hunter Stake 544 Medium Pony Hunter - Handy 545 Medium Pony Hunter Stake 797 Large WIHS Pony Equitation 554 Large Pony Hunter -Handy 555 Large Pony Hunter Stake 680 $1500 Pony Hunter Classic 2nd Round 574 Large Green Pony Hunter 575 Large Green Pony Hunter 564 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 565 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 678 $1000 Green Pony Hunter Classic 2nd Round 624 Children’s Pony Hunter 625 Children’s Pony Hunter * 677 $500 Children’s Pony Hunter Cls 2nd Round

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am 750 Children’s Equitation 14 & U - Flat 751 Children’s Equitation 14 & U - Fences 842 Open Hunter 519 Children’s Hunter 14 & U 520 Children’s Hunter 14 & U Stake 675 $1000 Pin Oak Children’s Hunter Classic 14 & U (NAL/WIHS) 2nd Round 784 Children’s Equitation 15-17 - Flat 785 Children’s Equitation 15-17 - Fences 843 Open Hunter 524 Children’s Hunter 15-17 525 Children’s Hunter 15 -17 Stake 676 $1000 Pin Oak Children’s Hunter Classic 15-17 (NAL/WIHS) 2nd Round

Wheless Arena - 8:00 am

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am

481 777 484 485 486 489 490 491 494 495 496 499 500 611 614 615 616 619 620 601 604 605 606 609 610

3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S WIHS Equitation - Hunter Phase 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 US 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 3’6” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 - Handy 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U - Handy 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 U/S 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 -Handy 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake

835 599 600 836 704 705 709 710 746 747 748 726 727 728 729 730 731

2’6” Open Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter 2’ Open Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter WT Horsemanship WT Horsemanship Poles WT Horsemanship Poles Opp WTC Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Poles Opp WTC Eq. Opp WTC 18” Opp WTC 18”

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Join the tradition of excellence and legacy of giving as a prestigious Pin Oak Sponsor, and experience the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show to the fullest in the Sponsor’s Club. Enjoy the ringside social elegance and festive events that set Pin Oak apart! Exhibitors will enjoy breakfast daily throughout the show grounds and ringside hospitality in the Exhibitor’s Club. M O N DAY, A P R I L 2 , 2018 The Lincoln Clear Round Tavern

Bar-B-Que Mixer

11:00 AM

T U E S DAY, A P R I L 3 , 2018 Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

WEDNESDAY, A P R I L 4 , 2018 Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

THURSDAY, A P R I L 5 , 2018 Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 2:30 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Sponsors Club

6:00 PM

$25,000 Grand Prix Sponsor Reception presented by Brookside Pine Farms FRIDAY, A P R I L 6 , 2018

Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments presented by Equestrian Connect

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsor Lunch presented by Comerica Bank

Sponsors Club

5 PM: Bar Opens/6 PM: Dinner USHJA International Hunter Derby 7 PM: Derby Begins & Modern Luxury Hatter Derby Reception SATURDAY, A P R I L 7 , 2018 Sponsor Lunch presented by Natixis

Sponsors Club

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Sponsors Club

5 PM: Bar Opens/6 PM: Dinner $30,000 Wells Fargo Grand Prix & Gala 7 PM: Grand Prix Begins SUNDAY, A P R I L 8 , 2018

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Sponsor Brunch

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H O R SE S !

To the casual visitor, the equestrian world can seem confusing, even sometimes a little bit crazy! If this is your first visit to a horse show, (welcome!) we invite you to get to know some of the breeds and the types of competitions and find out about some of the customs, history and traditions - we hope it will help to enhance your enjoyment of the Pin Oak Show.

T H E AM ER I C A N S A D DLEBRED The American Saddlebred horse carries himself with an attitude that some call class, presence, style or charm. The breed was created in America and the registry dates back to 1891. The versatile saddlebred is known for its stamina and endurance and competes both under saddle and in driving classes. They are best known however, as the “Peacocks of the show ring.” At Pin Oak, you will see saddlebreds compete in the following types of classes: Pleasure, Equitation, Three-Gaited, Five-Gaited and Fine Harness.

E NGLI S H O R WE S T ERN PL EA S URE DIV IS I O N

These horses are all shown with a full mane and tail which must be carried naturally, and any device that alters the natural carriage of the tail is prohibited. They must give the appearance of being

a pleasure to ride, and easy ground covering movement is desired. Manners and suitability as a pleasure mount are paramount in this division. A flat walk is a requirement.

horse is slower and more collected than that of the five-gaited horse and should be true, high in action, well collected and animated. The mane is roached or trimmed to show a long fine neck.

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The five-gaited horse is shown with a full mane and tail and judged at the walk, trot and canter plus two man-made gaits, the slow gait (a four-beat gait with high front action) and rack (a gait with allaround action and speed). They should have a springy movement and extreme brilliance. The five-gaited horse is either a saddlebred or national show horse.

T H REE -GAI TED

Equitation is horsemanship, or the art of riding and showing a horse. The rider only is judged on hands, seat, legs, basic position and the ability to make the horse perform any gait or test called for by the judge. Saddleseat equitation is the type of english riding done with a flat english saddle and a four-reined bridle. Hunt seat equitation uses a jumping saddle, and riders may be judged either “on the flat” or “over fences.”

The three-gaited horse performs the three natural gaits: walk, an animated trot (a two-beat diagonal gait) and canter. The trot of the three-gaited

SO ME C O MMO N T ERM S CLEAN OR CLEAR ROUND When a horse completes the jumper course within the time allowed without incurring jumping faults, it is called a “clean round.” When more than one horse goes “clean,” a jump-off is held to determine the winner. COURSE In each class over fences, competitors must negotiate the jumps in a prescribed order.

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Spectators who hear a course described as a “perfect course” (P.C.) have seen an event in which the number of riders who qualify for the jump-off is the same as the number of ribbons offered in that class. No two courses are ever the same. Courses for each class are posted in advance near the in-gates so that riders and trainers may memorize them. It

is the role of the course designer to establish the degree of difficulty in the course. The Grand Prix is the highest level of show jumping competition, so the fences are larger and the course is longer and more challenging. There are usually 12 to 18 fences on the Grand Prix course. EQUITATION Equitation classes are classes in which the rider, not the

horse, is judged. The rider must demonstrate good seat and hands, and sufficient management of the horse to perform the required tests, either over fences or on the flat, in a smooth, controlled, and accurate manner. Equitation classes are graded, with entrants restricted by age and previous winnings. The grading sequence from easiest to most difficult is:

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Lead Line, Short Stirrup, Maiden, Novice, Limit, Intermediate, and Open. GAITS The different paces at which the horse travels are the walk, trot, canter, gallop, and varying speeds of each. HUNTER Hunters are judged on the style in which they negotiate obstacles as well as on their ability to do so.


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The fine harness horse was the “SundayGo-To-Meeting” horse three generations ago. These horses show in light harness and overcheck bridle with a regulation show buggy. They are shown at an animated walk and a brisk, showy park trot. Movement in these gaits should be springy and free with high front and rear leg action. This horse always carries a full mane and tail.

HACKN E Y P O N Y

The hackney is a breed of carriage horse or pony that originated in England and is one of the oldest breeds in the horse kingdom. The high stepper of the show

They should display jumping ability, manners, style, an even pace, and quality. They are generally Thoroughbreds or part Thoroughbreds and originally were meant to represent the type of horse that provides a safe and pleasant ride on a fox hunt. Show Hunters jump naturallystyled fences simulating obstacles that might be encountered in the hunting field.

ring, these ponies have extreme action both in front and behind. Judged for brilliance and show ring presence, the hackney presents a picture of sheer daintiness and perfection being driven to a four-wheeled vehicle called a viceroy. The hackney is shown only at the trot – the park trot and the faster “show your Pony” gait.

RO A D S T ERS

The roadster horse belonged to the country doctor or the itinerant preacher in days gone by. They are typically of American standardbred breeding and are shown to a four-wheeled wagon, a two-wheeled bike or under saddle.

Both “Working” and “Conformation” Hunters are judged on their ability and performance. However, the Conformation Hunter is also judged on its physical attributes and beauty. Hunter classes are divided according to several criteria - Age and Experience of rider (Junior, Children’s and Amateur Hunters), Size of Pony (Small, Medium, and Large Pony Hunter), and

Experience of the Horse (Pre-Green, First-Year Green, Second-Year Green, Regular Hunter). JUMPERS Jumpers are judged solely on their ability to jump obstacles. They need not be any special breed or size, nor do they need to be beautiful, or wellmannered. Style doesn’t count; Jumper classes are purely athletic tests of speed and strength.

Drivers or riders may be dressed in racing silks. roadsters are shown at the jog and road gait. These classes are some of the most exciting for exhibitors as they “turn it on” as if on a race track. Speed, form, conformation, soundness and expert driving are essential.

PLEASURE DRI VI NG

This division is open to mares and geldings shown by an amateur. They must give the appearance of being a pleasure, and easy ground covering movement is desired. Manners and suitability are paramount in this division.

Jumper courses are very demanding, calling for technical accuracy on the part of the rider and absolute obedience on the part of the horse. They are required to complete a course of approximately 16 obstacles ranging in height from 3’6” to 5’ or more with spreads of up to 6 feet, depending on the division in which they compete. JUMP-OFF All horses

with “clean” first rounds jump a shortened course against the clock to determine the winner. JUMPING ORDER ORDER-OF-GO The “jumping order” or “starting order” is determined in a drawing before the event so that each competitor has an equal chance of attaining a favorable starting position. Riders near the end of the starting order have the

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H U N T ER S Hunter is a discipline, not a breed. Hunter classes are open to all horses regardless of breed, size or sex. The Thoroughbred is thought of as the typical hunter but European Warmbloods, American Quarter horses, Appaloosas, Paints, Morgans, Arabians and various crosses are seen in the hunter ring. Any horse that is considered a sport horse would not be out of place in the hunter division. Hunters should have a smooth, even jumping style and should jump without hesitation or change of pace. The mane is always braided and often the tail. The tack and rider’s attire should reflect the traditional custom of the fox hunt with simple leather bridles and jumping saddles and riders wearing hunt caps and conservative colors.

The jumps or “fences” used in hunter classes simulate the type of obstacles that would be encountered in the hunt field, such as posts and rails, brush and stone walls. The hunter is judged on how he jumps the course, pace, style, rhythm, manners and general appearance and suitability. Undue speed, bucking, refusals and knockdown of any rails or obstacles are counted against him. Light touches are not counted except when elimination is difficult.

JUMPERS Jumper classes are open to all breeds of horses, regardless of size or sex. Classes are divided by fence height, prize money won, and/or rider status (amateur, junior, or open). Jumpers are scored strictly on performance – jumping style and conformation does not count. Mane braiding is not mandatory. Various types of bits and bridles are acceptable. Bell boots, galloping boots, shin boots and wraps are allowed.

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Jumper classes are among the most popular with spectators because they provide thrilling entertainment and the judging is simple. A rail knocked down is 4 faults, first refusal is 3 faults. A fall of horse or rider is elimination. Time counts also as classes have a time allowed to complete the course. Speed classes are based on the time it takes to complete the course as well as any faults toward the final score.

advantage of seeing how the first riders complete the course. RIDERS’ ATTIRE Breeches and boots, a ratcatcher, hunt coat, and hunt cap are all worn by the riders. Breeches are the tight fitting pants worn under leather boots. A “ratcatcher” is another name for the riding shirt worn under the hunt coat or jacket. It is common to see Grand Prix riders

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wearing a scarlet coat. A blue collar on the coat signifies that the rider has competed for the United States Equestrian Team. Other hunt coat colors are blue, dark green, or black. The “hunt cap” is a type of hard helmet worn by the rider. A rider may also elect to wear spurs or carry a “crop,” or stick, to encourage the horse over the fences.

ROUND OR TRIP Terms used to describe a rider’s turn in each class. STRIDE The amount of ground covered by a horse in one “step” at the canter. The average horse’s stride is 12 feet. Distances between fences are set accordingly by the course designer.

the animal. The saddle and bridle are the staples. Other equipment may be added such as a “martingale,” which attaches to the saddle and bridle to keep the horse’s head from raising too high. Horses may also wear boots or bandages on their legs for support or protection.

TACK The equipment worn by the horse depends on the needs of

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to the actual competition, but riders are permitted to walk the route, pacing off the number of strides between jumps and examining the obstacles closely. It is a course designer’s job to challenge the ability of the horses and riders. Riders and trainers must identify these challenges and develop strategies accordingly.


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A Hunter should display the manners and qualities best suited for a ride to hounds. The horse should be attractive with correct and proportional conformation, and should be well turned out. A show Hunter should be completely clean, and his coat shiny. His mane should be braided with many small and evenly spaced braids, and his tail braided and well combed out. It is important for the tack (saddle and bridle) to be clean and well fitted, and any metal such as bits or stirrups should be well shined. The horse’s movement is an important part of the presentation. He should move freely with little action or bending of the knees (less action conserves energy for the long days in the hunt field). The horse should be light and graceful across the ground. A relaxed horse with a long, low neck and a good expression, ears forward and alert, is the most desirable. The most important consideration when judging Hunters is jumping style. The horse should jump with his front legs folded high and evenly. His head and neck should stretch out and down to ensure a well balanced jump. It is important that the horse jumps the jump straight, and in the center. His expression should say that he enjoys his job (ears forward) and his jumping should appear effortless.

MAJOR FAULTS Knees pointing down when jumping. Running away or out of control. Sudden or severe pace change. Hanging a leg when jumping. Cross canter or wrong lead. Bucking or kicking Rail down. Refusal.

T H E H UN TER COURSE A N D JUMPS

The Hunter course is designed to simulate actual field hunting conditions. A typical Hunter course is composed of approximately eight jumps. The jumps consist of natural colored rails, gates, brush and walls. The course includes verticals and oxers. The course may include an ‘in-and-out’ combinationtwo jumps placed to allow only one or two strides between the jumps, which simulates jumping out of a field, crossing a road and jumping into another field-a situation that frequently happens on a real fox hunt.

JUDGI NG A HUNTER ‘ ROU ND’

Judging a Hunter begins the moment the horse and rider enter the ring and continues until they leave. This is his ‘round’. During a riders opening circle the judges get their first look at the horse. Here is where careful turnout of a horse and rider are key. The most important parts of the round are the consistent jumping efforts. The horse should clear each jump easily, with style, and in good form. The pace from the beginning to end should remain about the same, with any sudden changes penalized. The horse is expected to stay in the center of each jump and to move easily through the corners. The horse with the smoothest round and the best jumping effort should end up the winner.

MINOR FAULTS Mouth open; high head. Slight rubs on the jumps. Not in the center of the jump. Pace changes or uneven pace. Uneven front legs, twisting body. Unhappy expression (ears back, tail swishing).

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Jumpers are judged solely on their ability to jump obstacles. They need not be any special breed or size, nor do they need to be beautiful, well mannered or stylish. They are required to complete a course of approximately 16 obstacles ranging in height from 3’6” to 5’ or more with spreads of up to 6’ depending on the division in which they compete. SCORING Horse and rider must jump the fences in a designated sequence. The goal is to cover the course with no faults within the time allowed. The horse that completes the course with fewest penalties and in the fastest time is the winner. Style is not considered and does not affect scoring in Jumper competitions. FAULT The penalty assessed in Jumper classes for mistakes such as knockdowns, refusals, and exceeding the time allowed is called a “fault.” For easy reference, faults are assigned according to the table below. JUMPS Obstacles are brightly colored both for aesthetics and to add difficulty to the course. Some course designers believe the colors and patterns painted on the obstacles affect the way the horses take the jump. The type of construction of a particular fence also determines its difficulty. A fence that is composed of

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just a few rails, for example, appears more airy and is more difficult for a horse to negotiate than a solid looking wall or gate.

(elements are at equal height), and Swedish (elements are crossed in an X shape).

The general types of jumps in competition are a straight or vertical fence, and a spread (wide) fence or oxer. The degree of difficulty of a jump is determined by its height, width, construction, and its placement in relation to other jumps on the course. In competition, a variety of fences can be used including walls, panels, gates, oxers, water jumps, combinations, banks, and ditches.

Vertical: This is a straight up and down fence of any height without spread or width to it. Although it looks relatively simple, it is actually one of the most difficult for a horse to jump.

Combination: This is a series of jumps usually two or three placed in a rowthat test the horse’s ability to jump successively after one or two strides. Another name for a combination of two fences is ‘in-and-out.’ Oxer: This is a single fence composed of two or three elements to produce a spread. Types of oxers include ramp (elements ascend in height), square

Knockdowns

4 faults

1st refusal or run-out

4 faults

2nd refusal or run-out

4 faults, or elimination at level 5 or higher

3rd refusal or run-out

Elimination

Fall of horse or rider

Elimination

Exceeding Time Allowed

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Gate: This fence is a vertical made to appear solid and imposing by using planks, balustrades, gates and or brush. Triple Bar: This is composed of three elements that a horse must clear in one leap. This tests the horse’s ability to jump both height and width. The Wall: This is a very ominous, solid looking fence and the horses tend to jump walls very boldly. The top several sections of the wall are individual blocks which can be dislodged to give a knockdown penalty.


2018 Events Pin Oak Charity Horse Show I Mar 21-25 Pin Oak Charity Horse Show II Mar 27-31 Pin Oak Charity Horse Show III Apr 3-8 GSEC Fall Classic September 27-30 Autumn Classic Nov 7-11 Final Chase Nov 14-18 Texas Winter Frost Fire Dec 13-16

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2017 U25 GRA ND PRIX CH A MP I O N “There is not a moment in my life where I remember being without a horse.”

Keely’s mother, Jenny Booth of Booth Show Jumpers, used to take her on trail rides for naptime and have Keely sit in front of her on an old quarter horse mare named ‘Fanny’, a pretty flee bitten grey. At age 5, Keely began riding Fanny and Jenny rode Fanny’s daughter, a bright chestnut mare named ‘Beebers’. “This is what childhood was like for me, trail riding through the forest and taking naps on the backs of our horses,” said Keely. “Twenty years down the road and I am truly blessed to compete in the Grand Prixs, U25 Grand Prixs, Derbies, and Amateur divisions all over the country. I have come a long way since trail rides and nap time on Fanny and Beebers. Even though life with the horses has altered dramatically since I was a child, my love for the sport and the animals remains the same. I have a competitive nature. I love showing and competing, but I ride for the connection I build with my horses. That is something I have never been without and something that I could never see myself giving up. This connection is what keeps you going through tough days and difficult times in life.” Keely has been attending at Pin Oak since she was in elementary school. She said she remembers lying in bed and praying to God every night that one day she would be able to compete in the Pin Oak Grand Prix. She has since made that dream a reality! “The best part about the horse show is being able to see those dreams of young riders come true just as mine did. It is the perfect places for people to come and see the riders’ passion and Pin Oak’s hospitality, and be a part of the experience. Pin Oak is continually growing and improving, so I cannot wait to see what this year holds and how much money we’ve raised for Texas Children’s Hospital!” So Live Helau (Sulli), Selle Français, 12 years old (See page 67 for Sulli’s story!) EQUESTRIAN LOOK – Exceptional Equestrian, Breeches, Shirt, Belt and Scarf | Elaine Turner, Earrings | The Polished Rider, Bracelet EVENING LOOK – Yoana Baraschi, Cocktail Dress | The Texas Silver Rush, Jewelry | French Connection, Shoes

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20 17 HI LD EB RA ND FUND GRA ND PRIX CH A MP I O N Trapp O’Neal, owner and trainer at TKO Sporthorses, has been riding since he was 6 years old and has moved up through the ranks to the Grand Prix level. “I started TKO Sporthorses 8 years ago and serve the greater Houston area, while showing extensively all over the country. I was able to build my own facility within the last couple years and have my wonderful clients to thank for their continued support in that endeavor.” Trapp and 14-year-old Holsteiner gelding, Capitano, are two-time Pin Oak Grand Prix Champions. After last year’s win, Trapp told Equine Journal, “I love the atmosphere and the crowd. Any time you can have this type of environment and this type of energy in the ring is just great. The riders and horses feed off of it. It’s fun to ride at this horse show.”

Fastrelko (Kid)

Dutch Warm Blood, 8 years old Kid is a handful! He loves attention, but you would never know because his ears are always back. He is an escape artist and you will find him out of his stall, just hanging out in the barn. Garo Kazan imported Kid as a 5-year-old and was then purchased by the Meyer family. At that time, Kid had never competed. Sarah Meyer said she loves Kid because he has the biggest heart and will give it his all for you in the ring. This young horse has been making quite a name for him and is definitely one to watch. “I have been lucky enough to develop him over the last 3 years into this horse he is today,” said Trapp. He was second last year in the Joker Class, won his first 1.45 in Colorado and was in the 6-year-old finals.

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2017 S A D D LE S EAT EQUITATION CHA MP I O N “What I love most about the sport has been constantly learning how to communicate with my equine partner without the understanding of a spoken language. The bond derived is stronger than anything I’ve ever known.” Sydney has been riding for 13 years and competes in Saddle Seat with the American Saddlebred, with a passion for the equitation division. “The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show has always been a wonderful start to the season for me and has been a place where I learn a lot as a rider while creating wonderful memories, which keeps me coming back each year. One of my proudest moments was winning the 2017 Pin Oak Saddle Seat Equitation Championship for the first time after competing in that class for 6 years.” Sydney rides with Vantage Point Farm under the instruction of May Chadick and David Blevins and will be competing in Week One of Pin Oak.

Goodnight Sweet Dreams (Sammie) American Saddlebred, 12 years old

Sammie is infamous for eating tack. Even if you think it’s not in reach, he’s chewing on it. Sammie has competed in everything from Saddle Seat Pleasure, Hunter Country Pleasure, to the Academy ranks. Towards the beginning of his career, Sammie won the Pin Oak Park Pleasure Championship amongst wins across the nation with May Chadick. Five years later with his new owner, Alexa Bernal, he was the Pin Oak Open Pleasure Champion. EQUESTRIAN LOOK – Elaine Turner, Jacket & Shirt | Exceptional Equestrian, Scarf EVENING LOOK – Renegade Bridal & Gala, Gown | The Texas Silver Rush, Jewelry

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CATANO (K IT T Y)

H OL ETEI N ER, 19 YEARS O LD Kitty, Catano, is a 19 year old Holeteiner bred by Arlene Rigdon and Carol Krska of Emerald Prairie Farms in Olathe, KS. Catano is a homebred, full Holsteiner gelding by Caesar X Brystol. His lines go back to Cor de la Bryere and Calypso. His owner, Kelsey Russek, actually met the Krska’s when they went to try his 1/2 brother a few years ago. Most of his siblings were used in either high-level dressage or the higher level jumpers. “My favorite memory was actually from [2017] Pin Oak. Kitty had surgery last September, which meant that he had quite a bit of time off, and a lot of rehab. Our goal was to be able to do Pin Oak, even if we just did some of the small training classes. After hauling in for a few lessons with Brooke, we felt confident enough to do the High Adults again. While we had for the most part done well at previous shows, we have always struggled at AA shows because of my nerves. Well, this Pin Oak was by far our best rounds of our lives. Kitty jumped so hard and listened so well. Our last round on Saturday was clean and had put us into the lead. I literally came out and asked my trainer if it was

alright to cry because I loved my horse so much. He had tried his heart out, and all of his efforts showed. At 19, after numerous surgeries, he still went in there and showed us how much he loves his job. That will forever be my favorite memory with him.” – Kelsey Russek When not awaiting surgery, Kelsey rides Kitty in high adult jumpers. Kelsey says that riding him makes it feel like you are riding on springs and that he makes everything seem very small. She also says the best word to describe him is ‘overachiever.’ They’ve placed top ten in Pin Oak’s $10,000 low and high adult jumpers twice now! They also won year end awards for Open Jumpers on the local GHHJA circuit. Kelsey shared that she feels so lucky to have had this animal placed in her life for the last almost 10 years now! They’ve had tons of downs, but every up that they have had together has made up for it! Although she thinks Pin Oak will probably have been their last show together, she is so grateful for this horse and not only his athletic abilities, but his heart as well!

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SO LI V E H ELA U (SU LL I) SEL L E FRAN ÇAI S, 12 YEARS O LD

Sulli and Keely compete in show jumping, and won the Pin Oak U25 Grand Prix, second in the $50,000 Grand Prix in Ocala in February. They have also won and placed in several U25 Grand Prixs, open Grand Prixs, and High classics. Keely’s favorite story is how she met Sulli. One day, Keely’s mother got a call from world renowned jumper McLain Ward, saying he had a horse Jenny might be interested in. Her mother declined, as the family’s barn was full at the time. “During that year, two separate people rode him and tried to buy him,” she said. “That was when the accident happened. He was walking through a stall with a giant metal pin sticking out. It got caught on his side and tore him open as he ran through the gate. It took several stitches and months of rehabilitation until he was able to be ridden again.

the first person to try him since the accident. All of the pieces fell into place in order to bring this horse into my life. I will always be so grateful.” Because of his injury, Sulli took some time to build confidence and trust with Keely, but she remembers it being clear from the beginning they were made for each other. These days, Keely and Sulli’s relationship is incredibly strong (aided by his favorite treat: Mrs. Pastures horse cookies). “This horse’s talent is truly limitless with as big of a heart he has. My favorite part about riding horses is the relationship you build with them. Sulli is no exception,” said Keely, who thinks of Sulli as her soulmate. “The bond built with him is one of the strongest I’ve known to this day.”

“At this time, I was looking for a new horse. Guess who was still available? Because of his scar, Sulli was still available and I was Originally published on Karinda K. Equine Photography’s “365 Days of Horses”

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2017 BR EE D C HA MP I O NS - A M E R I C A N S A D D L E B R E D C L A S S / D I VI S I O N

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5 Gaited Stake

Amanska

Deb Nathanson / Juve Turrubiartes

5 Gaited Amateur/Jr Exhibitor Stake

Cat Can Do

Dorris Family / Chloe Dorris

3 Gaited Stake

Our Lady Godiva

Bluebonnet Farm / Elly Berman

3 Gaited Amateur/Jr Exhibitor Stake

Ridgewood's Special Agent

Mary Jean Hooper / Mary Jean Hooper

Fine Harness Championship

Callaway's Prelude To A Kiss

Carolyn Moore Miller / Robert Gardiner

3 Gaited Park Championship

Blue Suede Stilettos

Bluebonnet Farm / Austin Hazelwood

3 Gaited Park Amateur Championship

Hot Time In New York

Rebecca Singley / Rebecca Singley

3 Gaited Park Pleasure Championship

Bling Me The Stars

Bluebonnet Farm / Sandra Currier

3 Gaited Park Pleasure Amateur Championship

Our Man About Town TS

Susan Rutz / Susan Rutz

5 Gaited Show Pleasure Championship

Agent Cool Blue

Whitney Shore / Whitney Shore

3 Gaited Show Championship

Sultane's That Show Kid

Lydia Reed / Lydia Reed

3 Gaited Country Pleasure Championship

Nut An Illusion

Deb Nathanson / Becky Boles

Western Country Pleasure Championship

My Night Traveller

Denise Baker / Denise Baker

Country Pleasure Driving Championship

Fascinating Conversation

Jubille Farm / Cindy Vance

Show Pleasure Driving Championship

Royan Diana

Anne Lacy / Anne Lacy

Hunter Country Pleasure Championship

Good Night Sweet Dream

Alexa Bernal & Patricia Conde / Alexa Bernal

Opportunitiy Pleasure Any Seat WT Championship

CH Harlem's Miss Abigail

Whitney Shore / Greason Claunch

Opportunitiy Pleasure Any Seat WTC Championship

Talk Is Cheap

Dr. Deanna Post / David Blevins

Opportunitiy Pleasure Driving Championship

Troubador

Dr. Tris Bolton / May Chadick

Roadster to Bike Championship

The Art Of War

A Victoria Saddlebreds / Milo Jones

Roadster Pony Championship

X Treme Commander

Celeste Asmus / Celeste Asmus

Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving Championship

Heartland Sue City Sue

Darrel & Sandra Kolkman / Elly Berman

Saddle Seat Equitation Championship

Walk The Line

David & Angela Garza / Sydney Young

Academy Performance Maiden/Limit ChampionshipÂ

Starlight Serenade

Vantage Point Farm / Garrett Barket

Academy Performance WT Championship

Good Night Sweet Dream

Alexa Bernal & Patricia Conde / Ria Raju

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$30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

Bowie

Laura Mathews / Courtney Calcagnini

$10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

Jade

Shaw Johnson Price / Holly Shepherd

$5,000 USHJA Pre-Green Incentive Program

Luminous

Shadyside Farms Inc / Peter Pletcher

$2,500 Texas Pre-Green Super Stake

Soul Mate

Nanette Hebert / Peter Pletcher

$1,500 Pony Hunter Classic

Hey Scooby

Avery Deyoung / Avery Deyoung

$1,000 Pin Oak Adult Hunter Classic

Gia

Shadyside Farms Inc. / Kate Gibson

$1,000 Amateur Owner Hunter Classic

Castello

Jef Lauwers / Jef Lauwers

$1,000 Junior Hunter 3'6" Classic

Calou

Diana Firestone / Natalie Stoyko

$1,000 Junior Hunter 3'3" Classic

Drommels

Emma Flett / Emma Flett

$1,000 Pin Oak Children's Hunter 15-17 Classic

Giselle

Audrey Jezek / Audrey Jezek

$1,000 Pin Oak Children's Hunter 14 & Under Classic

Toska

Ainslee Gregg / Ainslee Gregg

$1,000 Green Pony Hunter Classic

Morton's Sassy Kat

Colleen Brombach / McKayla Brombach

$500 Modified Adult Amateur Hunter Classic

Favor

Johnnie Martin-Carey / Olivia Abbott

$500 Modified Children's Hunter Classic

Zeppelin

Natalie Bass / Lilah Bass

$500 Children's Hunter Pony Classic

What-A-Bean

Lola Head / Lola Head

High Performance Hunter

Levland

Christina Fisher / Terry Brown

Green Conformation Hunter

High Society

Mary Antonini / Holly Shepherd

High Performance Confrormation Hunter

Quirino

Audry Giles-Gates / Peter Pletcher

Performance Hunter 3'6"

Bowie

Laura Mathews / Courtney Calcagnini

Tobolsk

Madison Meek / Bob Brawley

Jersey Boy

SBS Farms Inc. / Jennifer Alfano

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" Combined

MTM Inside Scoop

M/M Ken Mackenzie / Didi Mackenzie

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" 36 & Over

Just For Now

Laura Mathews / Laura Mathews

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" 18-35

New Castle

Corinne Davies Asakevich / Corinne Davies Asakevich

Junior Hunter 3'6"

Q&A

Maddie Thorn / Maddie Thorn

Large Pony Hunter

Park Avenue

Jordan Cobb / Jordan Cobb

Medium Pony Hunter

Island Grace

Eliza Fauntleroy / Carlee McCutcheon

Small Pony Hunter

Bit Of Laughter

Augusta Jwasaki / Tessa Downey

Green Pony Hunter

Texas Moonshine

Teri Bludworth / Brooke Brombach

Children's Large Hunter Pony

What-A-Bean

Lola Head / Lola Head

Children's Hunter 15-17

Giselle

Audrey Jezek / Audrey Jezek

Children's Hunter 14 & Under

Toska

Ainslee Gregg / Ainslee Gregg

Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over

Gia

Shadyside Farms Inc. / Kate Gibson

Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49

Caymus

Brawley Farmes Inc. / Dana Brawley

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Mars

Christine Lemieux / Chris Nelson

Shade

Mimi Herbert / Mimi Herbert

Mars

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MTM Making Waves

Mary Antonini / Holly Shepherd

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Shadyside Farms Inc. / Peter Pletcher

Green Hunter 3'6''

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Helen Lenahan / Peter Pletcher

Green Hunter 3'9''

Cash

Natalie Bass / Peter Pletcher

Pin Oak Adult Hunter

Wiggle Room

Heather Conquest / Heather Conquest

Baby Green Hunter

Ivy League

Stephanie Bassett / Morgan Erbstoesser

Take 2 Thoroughbred Hunter

Patriot

Patricia Colpitts / Jessica Zienkievics

Long Stirrup

Ipanema

Flavia Prestes / Flavia Prestes

Medium Stirrup

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Anne Agnew / Anne Agnew

Short Stirrup

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Merrily Quincoces / Riley Underwood

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MPH, LLC / Henry Smith

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Merrily Quincoces / Madison Clapp

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Merrily Quincoces / Madison Clapp

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Sunday

Rollingswoods All or Nothing

Annakate Long / Edit Jones

Walk Trot Hunter Saturday

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Ticket To Ride LLC / Charlotte Colter

Walk Trot Horsemanship Sunday

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Kacey Meyerling / Leighton Gregg

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Symbolic

Bella Kay / Bella Kay

Large Junior 3'3'' 15-17

Tobolsk

Madison Meek / Madison Meek

Small Junior 3'3''

Drommels

Emma Flett / Emma Flett

Small/Medium Children's Hunter

Bumble Bee

Carolyn Colter / Carolyn Colter

Young Hunter Combined

SS Lord Greystroke

Slyfield Farm Inc / Berry Porter

Performance Hunter 3'3"

Pin Oak Hunter 2'6"

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Quirino

Audry Giles-Gates / Peter Pletcher

$15,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

Jersey Boy

SBS Farms Inc. / Jennifer Alfano

$5,000 USHJA Pre-Green Incentive Stake

Kindred

Kathy Chiaf / Peter Pletcher

$2,500 Texas Pre-Green Super Stake

Kindred

Kathy Chiaf / Peter Pletcher

$1,500 Adult Hunter Classic

Caymus

Brawley Farms, Inc. / Dana Brawley

$1,500 Children's Hunter Classic 15-17

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Claire Daniel / Claire Daniel

$1,500 Children's Hunter Classic 14 & Under

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Ellie Peterson / Ellie Peterson

$1,500 Pony Hunter Classic

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Reagan Golsby / Reagan Golsby

$1,000 Green Pony Hunter Classic

Texas Moonshine

Teri Bludworth / Brooke Brombach

$500 Children's Hunter Pony Classic

Paris

Sweet Water Farms LLC / Lola Head

High Performance Hunter

Levland

Christina Fisher / Terry Brown

Green Conformation Hunter

Game Changed

Wyndmont, Inc. / Peter Pletcher

High Performance Confrormation Hunter

Everest

Sydney Murdoch / Jordan Gilchrist

Performance Hunter 3'6"

Vex Casiris

Vex Sporthorse LTD / Sarah Rice

Performance Hunter 3'3"

Caterpillar

Eleanor Geno / Amanda Dougherty

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" 36 & Over

MTM Inside Scoop

M/M Ken Mackenzie / Didi Mackenzie

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" 18-35

Levland

Christina Fisher / Christina Fisher

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" 36 & Over

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Laura Mathews / Laura Mathews

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" 18-35

Suits You

Ashley Kyle / Ashley Kyle

Junior Hunter 3'6" 16-17

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Diana Firestone / Natalie Stoyko

Junior Hunter 3'6" 15 & Under

Classico

Erica Moe / Brooke Brombach

Large Pony Hunter

Hey Scooby

Avery Deyoung / Avery Deyoung

Medium Pony Hunter

Texas Moonshine

Teri Bludworth / Brooke Brombach

Small Pony Hunter

Bit Of Laughter

Augusta Jwasaki / Tessa Downey

Children's Large Hunter Pony

What-A-Bean

Patricia Roberts / Lola Head

Children's Small/Medium Hunter Pony

Party Crasher

Ticket To Ride LLC / Carolyn Colter

Children's Hunter 15-17

Brazos

Mia Gradick / Mia Gradick

Children's Hunter 14 & Under

MTM Muffin

Ella Knight / Ella Knight

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Gia

Shadyside Farms Inc / Kate Gibson

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Caymus

Brawley Farms, Inc. / Dana Brawley

Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35

XOXO

Peter Pletcher / Jef Lauwers

Modified Adult Hunter

Caracalla

Krystal Zufelt / Krystal Zufelt

Modified Children's Hunter

C'est Si Bon

Sydney Murdoch / Sydney Murdoch

MTM Worth It

Peyton Rathbun / Kelly Lorek

Mars

Christine Lemieux / Chris Nelson

Pin Oak Hunter 2'6"

Shade

Mimi Herbert / Katie Lambert-Boone

Green Hunter 3'

SS Lord Greystoke

Slyfield Farm Inc / Shannon Slyfield

Green Hunter 3'3''

Luminous

Shadyside Farms Inc / Peter Pletcher

Green Hunter 3'6''

MTM Do Right

M/M Ken Mackenzie / Didi Mackenzie

Green Hunter 3'9''

Quirino

Audry Giles-Gates / Peter Pletcher

Baby Green Hunter

Cencibel

Alta Basaldua / Will Roberts

Take 2 Thoroughbred Hunter

Patriot

Patricia Colpitts / Jessica Zienkievicz

Long Stirrup

Ipanema

Flavia Prestes / Flavia Prestes

Medium Stirrup

Juliet

Tracy Klein / Greyson Philippovic

Short Stirrup

Even So

Amanda Roche / Matilda Van der Hoeven

18 Inches Opportunity Hunter Saturday

Just Gotta Boogy

Merrily Quincoces / Madison Clapp

18 Inches Opportunity Hunter Sunday

What You Will

Brittany Hildebrand / Henry Smith

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Saturday

Turning Point

Daphne Rockecharlie / Daphne Rockecharlie

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Sunday

What You Will

Brittany Hildebrand / Henry Smith

Walk Trot Hunter Saturday

Blueprint

MPH, LLC / Caroline Oliver

Walk Trot Horsemanship Sunday

CR Moonlight

Erin Graglia / Jadyn Long

Large Junior 3'3'' 16-17

Roadstar

Hope Meinen / Hope Meinen

Large Junior 3'3'' 15 & Under

Starboy

R.H.F. Enterprises, Inc. / Morgan Malin

Small Junior 3'3'' Combined

Drawn Conclusion

Alexander Grabill / Alexander Grabill

Large Green Pony Hunter

Impluses Siri Golddoli

Joshua Swisher / Joshua Swisher

Small/Medium Green Pony Hunter

Texas Moonshine

Teri Bludworth / Brooke Brombach

Moonshine T

Ashley Castillo / Rahcel Lindsey

Mars

Christine Lemieux / Chris Nelson

Pin Oak Hunter 3'0"

Hopeful Hunter

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NKH, LLC / Christian Heineking

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NKH Calango

NKH, LLC / Christian Heineking

$7,500 High Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic

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Sara Dees / Sara Dees

$5,000 Speed Stake

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Deana Blackburn / Tony Font

$5,000 NAL Low Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic

MTM Cricket

Madison Grasso / Madison Grasso

$5,000 NAL Low Junior Jumper Classic

Amicelli

Mattie Hatcher / Mattie Hatcher

$2,500 High Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

JE Revel

Sale Rhodes / Gretchen Draper

$2,500 High Children's Jumper Classic

Lehmann

Weiss Family Farm / Kylie Weiss

$1,000 Low Adult Amateur Jumper Stake

Spitza

Camille Alexander / Rachel Maurer

$1,000 Low Children's Jumper Stake

Riptide

Tina Curtin / Tina Curtin

$1,000 1.10M Training Jumpers

Original Gangster

Emily Chavez / Emily Chaves

$1,000 1.05M Training Jumpers

Brenae

Megan Cleland / Megan Cleland

$1,000 1.0M Training Jumpers

Cesper

Corey Diener / Corey Diener

Viola

Isabel Coleman / Colleen Acosta

Kiss Me 10

Deana Blackburn / Tony Font

Bariton 40

Isabelle Potts / Jordan Gilchrist

Clearwater 5

Sara Dees / Andrew Kocher

1.25M Open Jumper

Amicelli

Mattie Hatcher / Michael Tokaruk

1.15M Jumper

JE Revel

Sale Rhodes / Hannah Evans

1.20M Amateur Owner Jumper

MTM Cricket

Madison Grasso / Madison Grasso

1.30/1.40M Amateur Owner Jumper

Honfleur

Andrew Kocher / Jennifer Jones

1.20M Junior Jumper

Amicelli

Mattie Hatcher / Mattie Hatcher

1.30/1.40M Junior Jumper

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Piper Fisk / Piper Fisk

Modified Children's/Adult Jumper

Degen

Giana Gonzales / Giana Gonzales

High Adult Amateur Jumper

JE Revel

Sale Rhodes / Gretchen Draper

Low Adult Amateur Jumper

Gesto Neunhofs Levantado

Caroline Beecherl / Caroline Beecherl

High Children's Jumper

Quality

Plain Bay Farm / Nicole Wilson

Low Children's Jumper

Mischief Managed

Kyra Zerwick / Heather Cochrane

Licjity Split

Charlotte Siegler / Charlotte Siegler

Bela Morena

Mical Duvall / Leah Curtiss

1.35M Open Jumper

Take 2 Thoroughbred Jumper

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Capitano

TKO Partnership / Trapp O'Neal

$25,000 Walter Oil & Gas Grand Prix

Capricello

Frank Owens / Frankie Owens

$20,000 Booth Show Jumpers Under 25 Grand Prix

For Jef VD Wezelse

BKS Horse Farms, LLC / Briley Koerner

$10,000 Pin Oak Welcome Jumper Stake

Mullentine Imperial

Carolyn M. Elsey / Daniel Bodoya

$10,000 Gambler's Choice

Ekyra Fortuna

Mackenzie Hudson / Mackenzie Hudson

$5,000 U25 Welcome Stake

Tristian

Eric Lamon / Alexis Bowen

$10,000 High Adult Jumper Invitational

Roadster

Sarah Boyd / Sarah Boyd

$10,000 High Children's Jumper Invitational

Gatsby 165

Katherine Lenkart / Katherine Lenkart

$10,000 Low Children's/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

Sienna

Riley Sommers / Riley Sommers

$7,500 High Junior Jumper Classic

Zeros

Carson Grisham / Carson Grisham

$7,500 High Amateur Owner Jumper Classic

Saxo

Performance Veterinary Imaging, PLLC / Kate Sippel

$5,000 Low Amateur Owner Jumper Classic

MTM Cricket

Madison Grasso / Madison Grasso

$5,000 Low Junior Jumper Classic

Lux Like Clover

Marlo Williams / Marlow Williams

$2,500 1.15M Adult Amateur Jumper Stake

C2 Vitesse

Chantal Catteeuw / Chantal Catteeuw

$2,500 1.15M Children's Jumper Stake

Quality

Plain Bay Farm / Nicole Wilson

$1,000 1.40M Open Jumpers

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Gabby Walley / Amanda Comly

$1,000 Low Adult Amateur Jumper Stake

Sienna

Riley Sommers / Riley Sommers

$1,000 Low Children's Jumper Stake

What's New Scooby Doo

Leah Wilson / Leah Wilson

$1,000 1.10M Training Jumper Stake

Okaletto

Gage Hodgen / Jordan Gilchrist

$1,000 1.05M Training Jumper Stake

La Conia 7

Carolina Villanueva / Gianna Aycock

$1,000 1.00M Training Jumper Stake

Rose Alba

Loretta-Jean Devening / Celine Myers

1.25M Open Jumper

Athena

Hannah Newton / Trapp O'Neal

1.15M Jumper

JE Revel

Sale Rhodes / Hannah Evans

1.20M Amateur Owner Jumper

MTM Cricket

Madison Grasso / Madison Grasso

1.30/1.40M Amateur Owner Jumper

Saxo

Performance Veterinary Imaging, PLLC / Kate Sippel

1.20M Junior Jumper

Lux Like Clover

Marlo Williams / Marlo Williams

1.30/1.40M Junior Jumper

Ekyra Fortuna

Mackenzie Hudson / Mackenzie Hudson

Modified Children's/Adult Jumper

Gasolina

Laura Jones / Laura Jones

High Adult Amateur Jumper

C2 Vitesse

Chantal Catteeuw / Chantal Catteeuw

Low Adult Amateur Jumper

High Moon

Brittany Perez / Brittany Perez

High Children's Jumper

HJ Platinum

Laura Jones / Laura Jones

Low Children's Jumper

Zandro RV

Blue Ridge Sport Horses LLC. / Jenna Vanerstrom

Take 2 Thoroughbred Jumper

Lickity Split

Charlotte Seigler / Charlotte Seigler

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November passes and with it the flip of another calendar year for riders. Some move up in age groups, some move out of the junior ranks (the oft-dreaded “aging out” process), some are off to college and some to other adventures. For all of us in the horse show world, it is a time to pause, assess, and look forward. Show schedules, training programs, job hunts, school searches, career choices- the New Year’s tapestry unfolds resplendent with resolutions, goals, and plans.

WOMEN MENTORING WOMEN For many of us, the resolution, the goal, and the plan is to stay in the industry in some capacity. We want to envision a future with horses. So, how to proceed? What kind of job can I get? What do I need to do to make it in the horse world? The Plaid Horse contacted a few of our industry’s most successful women. Why only women? Because this is a time in history for women to mentor women. These riders and trainers have forged a path for the younger to follow. Through grit, talent, and perseverance, they rose to the top of this profession. Representing a perfect mix of wisdom and hindsight, their words resonate. To each of the women interviewed, The Plaid Horse posed two questions: 1) What advice would you give to a young woman wanting to begin a career in the show horse industry? 2) What advice would you give your younger self? Margie Engle, Louise Serio, Susie Schoellkopf, Jenny Karazissis, Leslie Steele, Sandy Ferrell, and Anne Kursinski were all kind enough to respond. Now giants in our industry, they recall their journeys as riders and young professionals. While times may have changed in some regard, the road to success still remains steep and not for the weak of heart.

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Anne Kursinski operates her business, Market Street, in Frenchtown, NJ. A member of five Olympic Teams and three World Equestrian Game teams, she is the winner of countless Grand Prix and Nations Cup classes, as well as dual Olympic Silver Medals. Anne generously gives her time to the George Morris Horsemastership Clinic, where her flat sessions are legendary. Anne can be seen competing in all levels of showjumping throughout the east coast. Follow your passion. I think it is important to get an education as a fallback. I became a professional as soon as I was out of the juniors, but I am not sure I would give that advice to others. Ride anything and do anything to be able to ride. You can learn from the good, the bad, the tough, the wonderful – all of the horses teach you something. Read every book that was ever written about horsemanship and riding theory and technique. Most importantly, work hard and never give up. Create your own luck by working hard, absorbing everything you can, and putting yourself in the right place at the right time. Keep asking yourself: how can I be a better horseman? Make sure that the horses always come first and never sacrifice them for money or ribbons. Advice to my younger self? Enjoy the journey more consciously. Don’t beat yourself up when things don’t go perfectly. Have some compassion for yourself. And, don’t forget about the future. Put money away and make a long term plan.

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Margie Goldstein Engle is an iconic name in American Showjumping. She is a ten time winner of the American Grand Prix Association Rider of the Year award, as well as a multiple Pan American and World Equestrian Games Medal winner. At 5'1", she is pure grit and talent. Margie has suffered multiple injuries in her career, each time returning to competition well before predicted. She can be found riding in the Grand Prix ring as well as training horses and riders at all levels. She operates Gladewinds Farm in Wellington, FL. First of all l would suggest to anyone getting into this industry in any capacity, as with anything in which you want to succeed, is to make sure it is your passion! You will need to being willing to work hard and long hours. As in any business, it is very important to maintain integrity. Perseverance is a must which takes discipline and focus. Always put the horses' needs first and remember to have compassion for not just the horses but others as well.

Louise Serio is from Kennett Square, PA, where she operates Derbydown, an iconic farm founded by her parents in the 1950’s. Louise is a second generation horsewoman, and her children, Christina and TR, have followed her lead into the horse industry where Christina is a rider/trainer and TR is a farrier. Louise is the most successful female hunter rider in history. She has been Champion multiple times at the largest horse shows in America, including Devon, Pa. National, Washington International, the National, WEF, etc. She teaches juniors and amateurs as well as riding both green and seasoned horses. If you want to be a rider or trainer, work for a good rider or trainer. This is a hard business to understand and to do well, so give yourself some time to figure it out. Pick someone who is patient and kind to animals, and remember that you are the advocate for the horse. If you are second in command, watch and learn from the person who is first in command. You may just want to stay where you are! It is stressful to be the boss and take the heat all of the time. If you have to be a working student so be it. You can learn by watching and working with some of the better horseman. Try to use every opportunity available to you even if it is working around the barn as a learning opportunity and to develop a type of horse sense. These experiences will ultimately help with your horsemanship. It should not be about the money but more about learning what the horses' needs are and how they think and respond to different actions. Every horse you encounter can teach you something even the more difficult ones. In the end it will make you appreciate the easier ones that much more!

When you start on your own, enter at a level where you can have success and make mistakes and move on. Do not go in at the top. Establish values, find your moral framework, and learn to bring clients and horses along. Make sure you consider your personal life when you decide to have this career. There is a lot of travel to work into your life. Ask yourself if you really want that life. Advice to my younger self? Don’t get married when you are 18 years old!

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Jenny Karazissis and her husband, Kost, are based out of Far West Farms in Calabasas, CA. Jenny is a familiar face in the show hunter ring, having won multiple Championships on both coasts. Most recently, she won the 2017 WCHR West Coast Spectacular aboard Undeniable, only to ship him east and win the $500,000 Diamond Mills Hunter Prix. In addition to riding and training, Jenny is an active participant in the governance of our sport. I think it is important to pay your dues through hard work by doing jobs that you may feel are beneath you or not related to what you ultimately want out of the industry. Advice to my younger self? Just when you think you have it all figured out, you learn a valuable lesson and realize how much more there is to know. Also, when you set goals and achieve them you should savor them a little while before moving on.

Susie Schoellkopf has had a stellar career as rider, trainer, owner, and judge. She operates SBS Farms in Buffalo, NY, and is Executive Director of the Buffalo Equestrian Center and the Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center. With rider Jennifer Alfano, SBS has produced famous horses such as GG Valentine, Miss Lucy, and International Hunter Derby superstar, Jersey Boy. Susie is involved in governance with USHJA and Zone 2 Committees. My advice to someone coming into this business in any capacity is be prepared to work hard 24/7 because your passion is horses. You have to start at the bottom and work your way to the top or to as far as you think you can go. When you are dealing with animals it is very time consuming and very hard work. Read a lot – study the history of our sport on many levels. Know the top players and why they are the best… Dr. John Steele, Rodney Jenkins, Melanie Taylor, Joe Alfano. Ask questions and know every detail of training, showing, horse care, shoeing. I am thankful that I saw so many sides of our sport – fox hunting, training and teaching, a lesson business, therapeutic riding, judging. I am lucky to have had Jennifer Alfano work with me for twenty five years – she is the ultimate rider and horsewoman. She started at her parents’ farm and has created a system of horse care that is the very best. Advice to my younger self? If I knew what I know now when I started, I would have studied more riders and their care and training technique.

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Sandy Ferrell is one of the most prolific hunter riders in the show ring. She has piloted such famous horses as El Primero, Indian Summer, Bolero, and Fifty Shades to Championship honors at premier hunter events throughout the east coast. She can be seen exhibiting young horses to seasoned veterans - each benefiting from her uncanny eye for distance and keen sense of pace. Sandy splits her time between Wellington, FL and Bel Air, Maryland. I honestly believe that the horse show industry is one of the few that women and men are equal on every level. We must achieve strength, knowledge, education, talent, financial backing, horsemanship, people skills, high levels of integrity, and love of the animal. Work ethic is essential and striving to be a good influence. There is neither the need nor the room for discrimination of any kind. Our loyalty begins and ends with the horses!! Advice to my younger self? Be proud when you refuse to deviate from what true horsemen and horsewomen taught you, even if it means missing out on an opportunity.

Leslie Steele has been a fixture in the west coast horse show scene for over thirty years. She has won Championships at all major horse shows on both coasts. Her riding skill extends from the top echelons of the hunter discipline to the Grand Prix jumper ring. Operating her own Acres West in Calabasas, CA, Leslie is a consummate trainer and teacher with students competing successfully in the hunter, jumper, and equitation rings. Most recently, Leslie showcased her venerable catch riding skills. She rode Milissa Summer’s Top Shelf to Reserve Championship honors in both the 3'6" Green and Green Conformation Hunter Divisions at the Washington International Horse Show. I think first and foremost I would tell anyone who wanted to be in any part of the horse industry to get an education. Whatever part of our industry you are in, go and work for people you respect. Get as much work experience as you can. You can never learn too much. Read and know about anatomy – how the horse works. Too many people want to teach, ride, and manage, but haven’t been hands on in the trenches and learned about shoeing, feeding, health care. There is so much to know about our industry that you can never know enough. Also, I think you need to know what’s going on in our world. Too many people in our industry can only talk horse. There’s a big world out there. Keep current and remember this is a very small industry in a big world. Advice to my younger self? Spend smart, save money, and make better financial choices.

Seven of the show horse industry’s most successful women offer their career advice. What is the common thread? To succeed you must be willing to do any job and work tirelessly. To succeed you need to find your mentor who may be an employer, an owner, a trainer. Surround yourself with people who will help you learn not only the tangible parts of the business – the day-to-day horse care, riding skills, training techniques – but who will also mirror moral and ethical values. Being the best involves much more than winning ribbons. Support each other as we all endeavor to produce better sport and better horsewomen. BY TPH EDITOR SISSY WICKES

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Three-Gaited Juvenile Champion

Fine Harness Amateur Champion

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Roadster Pony Championship

Kingsley Bryman Memorial Trophy George Robers Memorial Trophy

Marjorie Frankel Memorial Trophy

Saddle Seat Equitation Championship

Three-Gaited - Ladies

Fine Harness Championship

Harold Adams Memorial Trophy

Martha Moore Mernard Trophy

Al Parker Memorial Trophy

Three-Gaited - Show Pleasure Adult

Sue Roby Memorial Trophy

Patricia Pickens Barret Perpetual Trophy

Academy Performance Advanced Championship

Pleasure Equitation Championship Glenview Farms Trophy

Roadster Horse to Bike Championship Shamrock Phi Guy Memorial Trophy

Vince Wholey Memorial Trophy (Not Pictured)

Dorothy Dukes Ford Perpetual Trophy

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High Point Jr. Hunter Rider

High Point Pony Hunter

Horsemanship Award

Connie Reeves Perpetual Trophy

International Hunter Derby Jimmy Waterman Perpetual Trophy

Dr. Zeuss Perpetual Trophy

Regular Working Hunter Champion

Owner Award - USHJA International Hunter Derby

Madora & Neill Masterson Challenge Trophy

Shawn-McMillen Memorial Trophy Valobra International Hunter Derby Perpetual Trophy

High Point Amateur-Owner Hunter Rider

Candie Owens Perpetual Trophy Paula Sparks Perpetual Trophy

Zimmerman Memorial Trophy

Hunter Classic

Modified Children’s Hunter Division Champion

Jimmy Waterman Perpetual Trophy

Missy Blackbird Memorial Trophy

High Point Pony Hunter Groom

Cockie High Point Pony Hunter Groom Trophy

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Pin Oak Hunter Classic

Neiman Marcus Trophy (Highest Scoring Hunter)

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Pin Oak Grand Prix

Brian Bradley M.D. Memorial Trophy

High Point Jr. Hunter Rider High Point Pony Hunter

Uncle Sam Perpetual Trophy

Geste 100 Trophy Hole in One Memorial Trophy

Open Jumpers

Welcome Jumper Stake

Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Challenge Trophy

West Belt National Bank Challenge Trophy

Children/Adult Jumper Classic

John C. Cangelosi Jr. Challenge Trophy

High Point Pony Hunter

Col. K.P. Darling Memorial Trophy

High Point Grand Prix Owner

Calaveras County Perpetual Trophy

Hole in One Memorial Trophy

Clayton Stone Perpetual Trophy

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IN T R OD UCIN G T O P IN O AK… C ANDI E OW E N S M E M OR I A L T R O P H Y Since 2015, Oakwell Farms has presented the Candie Owens Memorial Trophy at Spring Gathering to the High Point 3’ Green Hunter. The trophy will now be presented during Week 3 of Pin Oak. “Candie Owens was a lifelong equestrian. Second only to her family, was her love of horses and the world of horse showing. She was happiest when she was teaching and coaching. At horse shows Candie was always ready with a smile and words of encouragement for her fellow competitors.” – Frank Owens

JANE Q U E E NE R B E ST YO U NG HO R SE T R O P HY Olva Pharo and Spring Gathering created this award 11 years ago to Memorialize Jane S. Queener. Jane owned and bred the TB Stallion, “Jones Hall”, and loved watching her own, and all of the young horses show in the Hunter Breeding. Once shown here in Texas, she sent many of her sire’s progeny on to the East Coast to compete, as she believed that “the good ones will be rewarded anywhere”! When not petting a soft young muzzle, Jane could be found helping out at the local Texas shows, giving out awards, cheering on others, showing thanks to all of the many people involved, and appreciating the endless hours that it takes to put on a first class show such as The Spring Gathering! Huge thanks to Olva Pharo for making such a beautiful trophy, and even creating the smaller replicas for the owner(s) to keep and cherish for years to come.

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IT’S NOT AS EASY They are the voices in our head, the sound track of our horse show lives, the narrators of the day.

Three of the busiest announcers on the show circuit: Kenn Marash, Peter Doubleday, and Brian Lookabill

Every horse show grounds has one thing in common: the announcer. They sound the beginning of the day with a familiar, “Good morning, and welcome to the…” Fill in the blank with any location, any season, any discipline. Some have accents, bringing an international flavor. Some inject humor to their dialogue; some are strictly informational. Large grounds have multiple announcers whose words bounce back and forth all day like a ball over a net while smaller venues have one announcer. All must expertly juggle scheduling updates, results, and directions. Announcers are the scriptwriters, directors, and producers of the documentary known as a day at the horse show. Their voices are smooth and melodic, assuring that all is well and according to plan. How difficult could it be to read off of a list and announce results that the judge radios in? Well, as one who has observed announcers from a shared judges’ box, the author guarantees that it is not as easy as it sounds. Kenn Marash, Peter Doubleday, and Brian Lookabill are three of the busiest announcers on the show circuit. All of them possess voices that you could listen to all day, all have been involved in the horse show business for decades in many capacities, and all take their roles very seriously. They are multi-decade road warriors, each describing a schedule of more than forty weeks per year at the height of their careers. One week per month at home is a daunting challenge. The current reward is the opportunity to trim their schedules and enjoy well-deserved time at home. Marash, Doubleday, and Lookabill followed different routes to the same destination: the announcer’s chair at the best equine competitions in the world. Kenn Marash proudly hails from upstate New York and is adept at pronouncing

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some of the more difficult cities up there, including the hometown of recent Maclay Finals winner, Madison Goetzmann. Somehow, the word Skaneateles rolls off his tongue with relish. Recently married, Kenn now reluctantly cites Pennsylvania as his too little visited home base. “Never afraid of the microphone,” he began announcing polo matches at Cornell University, his alma mater. “I wasn’t good enough to make the team, so I announced the matches,” he jokes. Marash explains his job as “the liaison between the judge and the exhibitor, the traffic cop between rings, and the communicator in the barns.” While he may be fielding results from one ring, he is listening to the manager and ring crew discuss scheduling, or answering questions about the numerical cut off for a class. It takes a high level of management skill to recognize and respond to ring conflicts, make sure that exhibitors know whom is being addressed, and understand the flow of the show day. As Marash explains, “There is a lot that can go wrong. It can go from quiet to chaotic very quickly. If someone gets bucked off or there is a loose horse, if the radios go out, the announcers need to respond.” Doubleday hails from Syracuse, NY, and is the son of a local radio and TV announcer who moonlighted at horse shows on weekends. Doubleday hung around the shows with his father and, after college, went on to work as a horse show groom. Soon, he was announcing different types of shows.” I was doing all different breeds – Morgans, appaloosas, Arabians – all of them. I feel so fortunate that I was exposed to anything with four legs that showed. I was working forty weeks a year at all different shows. When I got into management, it helped that I had been exposed to so much.”

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AS IT SOUNDS Lookabill was born a singer. In high school, he was the lead in a local band. “I used to perform shows around town. At one point, I had to decide whether I wanted to keep doing that or make some money.” His friend, J.P. Godard, now manager of prestigious shows throughout the U.S., introduced Lookabill to the horse show industry. “I started to hang around the horse shows with J.P., and it kind of took on a life of its own.” He learned the mechanics of running a horse show by doing any task presented.

L I GHTS , C A ME R A , V O ICE!

The quality and energy of a class can be created and sustained by a good announcer. Big horse show audiences are usually diverse in their depth of knowledge. Some are familiar with the program, some are neophytes. The announcers walk the fine line of talking down to people in the know or talking over the heads of newcomers. “A good announcer can enhance a show and make it a better product. It is our job to make a pleasurable experience for the people there,” Marash states. Big night classes are where Doubleday shines. “Part of the success of a big night is the energy and excitement. I come to each session as fresh as possible, even if I have to dig deep because I have been there all day. You have to step up to the plate in every class. Regardless of whether it is a schooling jumper class or the World Cup Championships, it is important to somebody. So, it is important to do everything correctly.” Informative, precise, appropriate are the words he uses to describe his dialogue. Doubleday has several prepared speeches for possible ring scenarios such as injury or death. Thankful that he

hasn’t had to use them often, he carries them as a talisman against bad fortune. Music is a big element in the life of all announcers. A good playlist can involve the crowd or and build emotional momentum. For internationally diverse shows, the announcer has anthems for all of the riders’ countries available for the victory presentation. With the influx of European horses, foreign names can be a challenge. Often, there is a call down to the starter for pronunciation clarification from riders and trainers.

The Pennsylvania National, and The Royal Horse Show in Canada, while Lookabill is a Production Manager for large entities such as The National Horse Show. In addition, Lookabill and business partner, Visse Wedell, have started Envisian LLC, a company that offers Polylast Rubberized Flooring. Seamless and porous, it is a permanent surface ideal to the horse community because of its durability and non-slip quality.

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In almost a century of announcing between them, Marash, Doubleday, and Lookabill possess an array of memorable moments. Doubleday describes the experience of announcing the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia. “I will never forget it. There were 33,000 people waiting in the Olympic Stadium for a 9AM team class. The producer said in my ear, ‘Ok, Peter, we are going on in 10, 9, 8.’ The Olympic theme started and every single person stood up. I thought, ‘Wow, this is what it is all about.’” Marash enjoys most of the large shows, especially The National Horse Show. “It is the only one. I grew up watching it and is an honor to sit in the chair.” As a foil to typical horse shows, the New York State Fair is one where the playbill ranges from draft horses to tractor pulls to car races. “I get a kick out of it all,” he says warmly. Today, the three giants of the booth are preparing to head to their winter venues, each having branched out from announcing to larger roles in horse show production. Marash manages shows in New York, Doubleday oversees Devon,

Marash, Doubleday, and Lookabill are the voices woven into our horse show experience. They are part of the day that we won the big class, led the victory gallop, witnessed the event that gave us chills. The day, the venue, the course, the class – and the sound. All combine to make a map of memories that chart our lives. BY TPH EDITOR SISSY WICKES

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