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PRO U DL Y S UPPORTING T HE P IN OAK HORSE SHOW AND T E XA S CH ILDREN’S HOSPITAL FO R 7 CONSECUTIVE YEARS THANK Y OU TO OUR C O N T R I BU T O R S Bird Ranch: Kay Bird and The Taylor Family The Jeff and Katherine B. Love Foundation Katie Lambert Boone and Hans Boone Singha Farm: The Parasher Family Gerald and Tracy Cox Gregg, Allison and Haley Hammer The Uerling Family Heidi Hottinger and Mike Williams Dena L. McClure The Brennan Family Maggie Brown Julie Hardin and Craig Oliver Murphrey Family


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

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

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HONORED HEROES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 - 9 SPONSORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 - 16 MARKETPLACE VENDORS . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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PIN OAK SHOW AWARDS . . . . . . . . . .

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WEEK I SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 - 38 WEEK I HOSPITALITY. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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WEEK II SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 - 50 WEEK II HOSPITALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 - 53 WEEK III SCHEDULE . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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WEEK III HOSPITALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 - 63 KNOW YOUR HORSES . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 - 70 TROPHIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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RIDING IS AN ART . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2018 CHAMPIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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FACES OF PIN OAK . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 - 111 SHOPPING GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS FABULOUS. . . . . . . . . . . .

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5 YOGA POSES FOR EQUESTRIANS . . . . 130 - 131 3011 RIDER SPOTLIGHT CARLI KIRSCH:SHINING BRIGHT IN THE HEART OF TEXAS. . . . . 134 - 139 SHF ENTERPRISES, INC YOUNG JUMPERS . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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LONGEVITY TIPS TO KEEP YOUR PERFORMANCE HORSE SOUND. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 - 155

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 LCO M E L E T T E R JE NNY B O O TH

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W ELCO ME TO PIN O AK!

Chair We are delighted to welcome you to the 74th Pin Oak Charity Horse Show!

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The tradition that surrounds this truly fantastic and one-of-a-kind event is why we continue to be one

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of the country’s premier horse shows.

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Pin Oak’s mission has been to support the healing of sick children through the production of a world

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class horse show and we are pleased to continue that mission by benefiting Texas Children’s Hospital for the 74th year. Since 1945, Pin Oak has donated over $6.5 Million to Texas Children’s, thanks to

HOST CO MMI TTE E Jeanette Allan Lindsay & Daniel Bedoya Elly Berman Maggie Brown May Chadick & David Blevins Mical & Lucas Duvall Brittany Hildebrand Vicki Hunton Mary Jones Doug Kelly Keely McIntosh April & Jerad McMayon Ian McPhee Nancy Naschke Simonds & Stewart Whitemore Simonds Chris Tresten

PIN OAK TE A M Amy Uniss-Coleman Carlos Aguilar Val Garza Jennifer Gibson Ian McPhee Maureen Moffett Scott Niemeyer Ronika Cavazos Ramos Lauryn Sanford Cindy Smith

the generous support of our sponsors and donors. Texas Children’s is known for providing highlyspecialized care that often cannot be obtained elsewhere. Their multidisciplinary team of experts care for the most critically-ill children, those with the most complex medical needs — children who simply would not have survived just a few years ago. This year’s donations will benefit the 12th floor Pin Oak Family Patient Playroom in the Lester and Sue Smith Legacy Tower. The 640,000-square-foot Legacy Tower is Texas Children’s newest addition in the Med Center and houses their Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the Texas Children’s Heart Center® – ranked #1 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in cardiology and heart surgery. The Heart Center includes an outpatient clinic, catheterization lab, cardiovascular intensive care unit, four cardiovascular operating rooms and cardiology acute care beds. The tower also has a helistop, allowing for even greater access to Texas Children’s for the most critically-ill patients. We are thrilled to welcome back our ring sponsors Memorial Park Hunters, Saddle Shoppe and Irish Day Farm, and Blue Ribbon Sponsors; Brazos Valley Equine Hospitals, Kate Gibson / Republic Ranches, Dynamic Sports Medicine & Pain Management, Fox 26 Houston, Antares Sellier, Taylor Harris Insurance Services, Karinda K Equine Photography. This year’s Sponsor Club & new Sponsor Lounge are sponsored by Karbach Brewery, Dripping Springs Vodka & Gin, Yellow Rose Distillery and GiGi New York. Week I will feature the American Saddlebreds presented by Bluebonnet Farm, and Week I-III will feature Premier Hunters and Jumpers. World Champion Hunter Rider Competitions will take place during Weeks II & III, along with three USHJA International Hunter Derbies with $90,000 in total prize money, three USHJA National Hunter Derbies sponsored by the Baggett Family, Booth Show Jumpers, Brookside Pine Farms and Walsh & Albert with $35,000 in total prized money. The jumper divisions feature three-weeks full of excitement with five Grand Prix events sponsored by Oasis Petroleum / Amalaya Investments, The Hildebrand Fund and Wells Fargo / Abbot Downing, Irish Day Farm and Walter Oil & Gas Corporation, as well as two U25 events sponsored by Fab Finds by Sarah. Be sure to mark your calendars for these can’t-miss-events; the Trainer’s Equitation Exhibition benefiting Candlelighters, Churrasco’s To-Go International Hunter Derby Welcome Party, TASHA Crawfish Boil, Babin’s Seafood and Saltgrass Steakhouse Saddlebred parties, Olde Oaks Farm’s Grooms Party, Bluebonnet Feeds MargaritaVille Party, Healing With Love’s Ice Cream Social and the Modern Luxury Houston Magazine ‘Bourbon, Bow Ties & Big Hats’ Derby Party! We would like to sincerely thank you, the exhibitors, for your continued support and for choosing Pin Oak in your 2019 show plans.

We look forward to seeing you 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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PIN OAK TODAY 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 74 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 our newest commitment, the 12th Floor Pin Oak Patient Playroom in the Legacy Tower, the new 640,000-square-foot facility that houses the Texas Children's Heart Center--the #1 ranked cardiology and heart surgery service in the nation. Over the last 73 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.

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

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Noah was normally a fun and high-energy child. But last summer when his mom, Sandy, noticed he had slowed down a bit, she thought he might be grieving the recent passing of his grandfather. When Noah’s energy still hadn’t returned and he spiked a fever later in the summer, she took him to the pediatrician. After getting some test results, the doctor urged her to take Noah to go the emergency room at nearby Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus, where he was admitted right away. A bone marrow test revealed that Noah had leukemia. He was transferred to Texas Children’s Main Campus in the Texas Medical Center on the eve of the Fourth of July.

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When Victoria’s four-month old son, Mason, started hunching over and sticking out his arms and legs, she suspected a neurological issue. At first, doctors thought it was colic because there was no family history of neurological condition. Things did not get better, though, and Victoria began doing some online research. She found a video and recognized symptoms that matched what she had seen in Mason. Springing into action, she showed his pediatrician the video the very next day. The pediatrician referred Mason to a neurologist, who immediately set up an outpatient appointment for Mason to get an EEG at the Neurology Clinic at Texas

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Children’s Hospital’s Main Campus in the Texas Medical Center. Right away, he was sent to the emergency center to be admitted. The next day, they had their diagnosis: tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC), a genetic disorder that causes benign tumor-like growths to form in many different organs. These growths may cause seizures, developmental delay, intellectual disability and autism. Victoria is so grateful for the way the team at Texas Children’s handled everything. “They took Mason’s symptoms very seriously and reacted immediately with

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“That whole time was a blur,” explains Sandy. “We were trying to figure out how to deal with Noah’s diagnosis. He started chemotherapy the next day, with fireworks going off and flooding all around Houston.” Noah responded well to the treatments and is now in recovery. He visits Texas Children’s only once a month for followups, and he is feeling great and returning to his old happy and silly self. While he hasn’t yet jumped back on his scooter, he loves telling jokes and playing board games and his Nintendo Switch. A big nature and animal lover, Noah is very excited to attend the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show.


HO N O R E D HE R O E S so much confidence,” she recalls. “And through it all, they understood that we were distraught and overwhelmed, and they treated us with courtesy and understanding.” Mason has gone through quite a journey for someone so young. He had a near-fatal aspiration episode and had to have a feeding tube for a while. A subsequent brain surgery controlled his seizures for a time, and he began to learn to eat by mouth again and was starting to stand on his own and even take a few steps. Unfortunately, seizures began again, and it became unsafe for him to eat or move around.

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A few months after his third birthday, Mason was back at Texas Children’s, where neurosurgeons Drs. Howard Weiner and Daniel Curry assessed him for minimally-invasive laser ablation surgery, an innovation pioneered for TSC patients at Texas Children’s. “Bless them, they were spot on,” says Victoria. “We had control, and he was able to eat safely and move around without falling.” Now age 5, Mason loves to cuddle with his family and play with his younger brother. He still struggles with neurological issues, but he now can run around, and he’s even started learning sign language— with “more” and “eat” being his first words!

C O LO MBIA N U TR ITI ONA L REC OV ERY C ENT E R As part of its Global Health Program, Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine partner in Colombia—as well as in several African countries and in Romania—to improve the health and well-being of children and families in resourcelimited settings.

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The Nutritional Recovery Center (NRC)—supported by Chevron, the Colombian Welfare Institute and local indigenous leaders—is an integral part of their mission to decrease child morbidity and mortality in La Guajia, Colombia. Here, about 30 children and their guardians receive inpatient care and treatment each month from an interdisciplinary team that develops health care interventions to improve nutritional status and help ensure its sustainability. In addition to treating severe malnutrition and developmental delays, parents and guardians also attend classes on food preparation, sanitation and hygiene, and income generation.

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Ada, an 8-year-old with Down syndrome, was admitted to the NRC with severe malnutrition and delayed growth. After treatment, there, she has become a cheerful and active child and is gaining weight

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Yeiner came to the NRC when he was one-and-a-half years old. He was diagnosed with moderate acute malnutrition, showed signs of emaciation, and was not as tall as he should have been for his age. The caregivers at the NRC gave him ready-to- use therapeutic formula treatment, and Yeiner developed a good appetite and began gaining weight so well that he was discharged early!

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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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SHOW SPONSORS American Light & Power

Gensler

Susan & Renato Pereira

LoreAnna & Trent Andrepont

Haley, Allison & Gregg Hammer

Philip Hannel Bespoke Millinery

Arroyo Escondido, LLC

Healing with Love / Woodway Equestrian Center

Pine Hollow Farm

Susie & John Baker

Lindsay Holstead /

Pricewaterhouse Cooper LLC

Peter Pletcher / PJP Farm

Price Family

Dr. Phil & Elly Berman

Hunton Group / Olde Oaks Farm

Bird Ranch: Kay Bird & The Taylor Family

Proof It Happened

Hunton Andrews Kurth

Katie Lambert Boone & Hans Boone

Redfin Real Estate

IBERIABANK

Gigi Brakey

Rio Vista Farm

Jamie & Roger Jarvis

Brennan Family

RSM US LLP

K&C Classic Homes

Maggie Brown

Gail Serrell

Ruthie & Doug Kelly

Felicia M. Bures

Kickapoo Ponies

Singleton Cooksey

C.N. & Maria Papadopoulos Charitable Fnd.

La Primera Hacienda

Sherwood Sporthorses

Joan Cantrell

Diane & BJ Lester, Jr.

SHF Enterprises, Inc.

Tracy & Gerald Cox

The Jeff B. and Katherine B. Love Fnd.

Nancy & Stewart Simonds

Crooked Willow Farms

Madrone Stables

Singha Farm: The Parasher Family

Curated by Julie

Markel Insurance

Snaks 5th Avenchew

De Cillo Equine Clinic

Marlac Farm

Summer Hill Farms

Curtis & Windham Architects

Dena McClure

Texas American Saddle Horse Assoc.

Deloitte

McCool Family

Texas-Florida Line

McQuay Stables

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Dougherty

Chris & Bill Tresten / TSA Processing

Memorial Hermann Cypress

DS Holdings, LLC

The Uerling Family

Monarch Stable

EquiJet LTD

Valley View Stables

Moonfyre Photography

Equine Express NA

Dana Vollbracht

Murphy Family

Equine Healthcare International /

Voltaire Design

Oakside

POMMS – Premium Equine Ear Plugs

Washington Animal Clinic

October Hill Farm / Heineking Show Stables

Fab Finds by Sarah

Julie Hardin & Craig Oliver

Bonnie Weekley

Freestyling Farms

Par Avion LTD

Heidi Hottinger & Mike Williams

Floyd Sport Horses LLC

Dr. Christi Payan / Integrity Radiology Associates

Willowcreek Ranch

SHOW DONORS Adventure Kids Playcare – Memorial City

Kayser Family Foundation Fund of the DuPage Foundation

Ann Griffith Ash

Nancy Lassiter

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Mr. & Mrs. Dewey R. McLain

Bennett Bishop & Lauryn Sanford (In honor of the Host Committee)

My Friends Foundation & Loulie Parker

Deer Lake Lodge and Spa

The Otis Booth Foundation (In honor of Jenny Booth)

Kate Gibson / Hobby Family Foundation Gibson’s Landscaping Contractors, Inc. Hollis & Randall Grace / Jean Lykes Grace Foundation Courtney & Bo Hopson / R.E. Smith Foundation (In honor of Patty Roberts)

Olva Stewart Pharo

Kathleen & Townes Pressler (In honor of Brittany Hildebrand) Dr. & Mrs. Tom R. Sawyer (In honor of Brittany Hildebrand)

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T H E M A R K E T P L AC E Located at Market Pl. and Derby Drive, between Barns D and E. AJ Design Custom Embroidery Andrew Ryback Photography Brazos Valley Equine Hospitals Bruno Delgrange CWD Devoucoux Glamour Gypsies PULSE Equine PEMF Renewal by Anderson St. Louis Harness Voltaire Design

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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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2 0 1 8 UPH A CHAPTE R 6/7 HONO R H OR SE SH O W 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, 2013, and 2016.

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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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

Irish Day Farm 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

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

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301 304 307 311 314 384 318 322

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Jumper II 2b 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 2b 1.05m Jumper II 2b 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING At completion of evening Breed Show performance until 6:00 A. M. the following morning

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 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 High Performance Hunter U/S HP Conformation Hunter HP Conformatin Hunter HP Conformation Hunter U/S Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformatiion Hunter Green Conformation Hunter U/S 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter U/S

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 (through young 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 (TB Only) 3’ Take 2 TB Hunter 3’ Take 2 TB Hunter Take 2 TB Hunter U/S

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Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

818 437 438 582 583 581 407 408 406

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

First Available Ring Not Before 1:00 pm

656 657 658 659

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

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING Tuesday evening after the completion of the course build until 6:00 am Wednesday morning. Outside jumps in the arena will be removed.


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Irish Day Farm 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 2:00 pm

393 $10,000 Welcome Stake II 2b 395 1.45m U25 Welcome II 2b (Concurrent with Welcome)

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

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

302 305 308 312 315 385 319 323

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 2b 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 1 1.05m Training Jumper II 2b 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING At completion of evening Breed Show performance until 6:00 A. M. the following morning

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 Handy High Performance Hunter HP Conformation Hunter Handy HP Conformation Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter Handy 3’9” Green Working Hunter * Green Conformation HunterHandy Green Conformation Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter Handy 3’6” Green Working Hunter * 3’6” Performance Hunter Handy 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 I - 7:30 am 436 439 440 459 460 454 455 1455 2455 820 477 478 472 473

3’3” Performance Hunter U/S 3’3” Performance Hunter Handy 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter * 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter * Texas Green Hunter Stake 3’ & 3’3” USHJA Green Hunter Incentive Awards Open Hunter (AO Only) 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’3” AO Hunter 36 & Over + 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 +

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

+ First Round of Classic

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 7:30 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

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F R I D AY - MARCH 22

Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

324 331 359 335 362 365 392 389 339 342

1.10m Training Jumper II 1 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

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 Exhbitor 42 Western Country Pleasure 43 Five Gaited Jr Exhibitor

Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am

306 309 313 316 386 320 372 366 378

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

Not Before 6:00 pm

682 $30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

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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Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 7:30 am 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 687 3’6” $1000 AO Hunter Classic 2nd Round 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 688 3’3” $1000 AO Hunter Classic 2nd Round

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I & II 681 Brookside Pine Farms $10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING At completion of evening Breed Show performance until 6:00 A. M. the following morning


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S ATU R D AY - MARCH 23

Irish Day Farm 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 Three Gaited Country Pleasure Championship 60 Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving Championship 61 Five Gaited Amateur/Jr Exhbitor Championship 62 Show Pleasure Driving Championship 63 Three Gaited Stake 64 Three Gaited Show Pleasure Championship 65 Road Horse to Bike Championship 66 Three Gaited Amateur/Jr Exhibitor Championship 67 Five Gaited Show Pleasure Championship 68 Three Gaited Western Country Pleasure Championship 69 Three Gaited Park Amateur Championship 70 Five Gaited Stake

Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 7:00 pm

398 Oasis Petroleum $30,000 Grand Prix 399 1.45m U25 Grand Prix (concurrent with Grand Prix)

BREED SHOW SCHOOLING At completion of evening Breed Show performance until 7:00 am the following morning

Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am

303 310 379 370 367 373 375 369

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.90m Training Jumper II 0.90m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b 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 ESI Ring - 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. Childrend’s Eq - Fences Mod. Children’s Hunter Mod. Children’s Hunter

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am

768 769 773 777 824 482 483 481 487 488 486 492 493 491 497 498 496 799 612 613 611 617 618 616 602 603 601 607 608 606

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 Hamel NHS 3’3” Equitation 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

+ First Round of Classic

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Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am 71 Academy Performance Advanced Championship 72 Opportunity Pleasure Driving Championship 73 Academy Equitation Advanced Championship 74 Opportunity Pleasure Walk & Trot Championship 75 Academy Performance Maiden/Limit Championship 76 Saddle Seat Equitation Walk & Trot Championship 77 Academy Equitation Maiden/Limit Championship 78 Academy Performance Walk & Trot Championship 79 Opportunity Pleasure Any Seat Championship 80 Academy Equitation Walk & Trot Championship

353 350 374 377

Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 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

1.30/1.40m Jr/AO Jumper Classic II 2b 1.20m Jr/AO Jumper Classic II 2b 1.15m AA Jumper Classic II 2b 1.15m Child Jumper Classic II 2b

Sand Arena I - 7:30 am Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am 380 0.90m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b 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

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Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 9:00 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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YELLOW ROSE WHISKEY SPONSOR CLUB Wednesday - Sunday • 8 AM - 5 PM (Inside the Irish Day Farm Main Ring) Refreshments: all day • Lunch: 11 AM - 3 PM • Sunday Brunch: 10:30 AM - 2 PM Galas: 5 PM: Cocktail Hour • 6 PM: Dinner Buffet begins • 7 PM: Grand Prix / Derby begins Club will close for set up time 2 hours before each evening reception or gala Sponsor Credentials required to enter club • No pets allowed

KARBACH BIERGARTEN SPONSOR LOUNGE Wednesday - Sunday • 11 AM - 3 PM (Clear Round Tavern) Snacks and drinks available • Sponsor Credentials required TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 2019 Between Barns A & AA

5:00 PM

TASHA’s Crawfish Boil Kickoff Party

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Lunch sponsored by IBERIABANK

Karbach Biergarten Sponsor Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments sponsored by Willowcreek Ranch

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 6:00 PM

Saddlebred Sponsor Ringside Reception

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 6:00 PM

Saltgrass Steakhouse's Saddlebred Exhibitors Ringside Party

THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Lunch sponsored by Gensler

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Jr. League Luncheon

Karbach Biergarten Sponsor Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

IDF Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments sponsored by Moonfyre Photography

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 6:00 PM Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 6:00 PM

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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Lunch sponsored by Curtis & Windham

Karbach Biergarten Sponsors Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Karbach Biergarten

5:30 PM

Churrasco To-Go’s International Derby Welcome Party Saddlebred Ringside Reception Open to all exhibitors

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 6:00 PM

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Lunch sponsored by Pricewaterhouse Cooper

Karbach Biergarten Sponsors Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Karbach Biergarten

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Churrasco To-Go’s Food Truck

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Jr. League Ringside Party

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 5:00 PM: Cocktail Hour Oasis Petroleum $30,000 Grand Prix 6:00 PM: Dinner & Amalaya Investments Ringside Gala 7:00 PM: Grand Prix begins SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 10:30 AM - 2:00 PM

Sponsor Brunch & Dripping Springs Vodka Blood Mary Bar sponsored by Residence Inn Marriott

Karbach Biergarten Sponsors Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Karbach Biergarten

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Food Truck

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TUESDAY 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

Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am 325 Jumper Training Session 1.10m-1.15m 329 1.15m Open Jumper II 2b 357 1.15m 5 Year Old Jumper II 333 1.25m Open Jumper II 2b 360 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 1 363 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 1 336 1.35m Open Jumper II 2b 388 1.40m Open Jumper II 2b 393 1.45m Welcome Jumper Stake II 2b 395 1.45m U25 Welcome II 2b (concurrent with welcome)

Wheless Arena - 8:00 am

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301 304 307 311 314 384 318 322

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 2b 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 2b 1.05m Training Jumper II 2b 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 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 High Performance Hunter U/S HP Conformation Hunter HP Conformatin Hunter HP Conformation Hunter U/S 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter U/S Green Conformation Hunter Green Conformatiion Hunter Green Conformation Hunter U/S 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter U/S

Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 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 (through young 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 (TB Only) 3’ Take 2 TB Hunter 3’ Take 2 TB Hunter Take 2 TB Hunter U/S

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Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

818 437 438 436 582 583 407 408 406

Open Hunter (Perf Only) 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3’ Performance U/S Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter 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


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TH UR SD AY - MAR CH 28

Irish Day Farm 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 Walter Oil & Gas Corp Grand Prix 399 1.45m U25 Grand Prix II 2a (concurrent with GP)

Wheless Arena - 8:00 am

302 0.75m Training Jumper II 305 0.85m Training Jumper II 308 0.90m Training Jumper II 312 0.95m Training Jumper II 315 1.0m Training Jumper II 385 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 1 319 1.05m Training Jumper II 323 Irish1.10m Training Jumper II 1 Day Farm

Wheless Arena - 8:00 am

Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

330 358 334 361 364 337 387

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

302 305 308 312 315 385 319 323

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

Ring TBD - 7:00 pm 900NotTrainers Equitation Exhibition Before 4:00 pm

396 $25,000 Pin Oak Charity Grand Prix 399 1.45m U25 Grand Prix II 2a

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am

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

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 7:30 am

High Performance Hunter Handy High Performance Hunter HP Conformation Hunter Handy HP Conformation Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter Handy 3’9” Green Working Hunter * Green Conformation Hunter Handy Green Conformation Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter Handy 3’6” Green Working Hunter * 3’6” Performance Hunter Handy 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

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

* TX Green Hunter Stake + First Round of Classic

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 7:30 am 454 3’ Green Working Hunter 455 3’ Green Working Hunter * 459 3’3” Green Working Hunter THURSDAY MARCH 28Hunter * 460 3’3”- Green Working 1455 Texas Green Hunter Stake 3’ & 3’3” Saddle Shoppe Memorial Park Hunters 2455 Green Hunter ESI Ring - 7:30 am Mega RingUSHJA I - 7:30 am Incentive Awards 454 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter * 820 Open Hunter (AO455 Only) 459 3’3” Green Working Hunter 477 3’3” AO Hunter 36460& 3’3” Over Green Working Hunter * 424 3’9” Green 3’3” WorkingAO Hunter Handy 36 & Over + 478 Hunter 425 3’9” Green Working Hunter * 2455 USHJA Green Hunter 472 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 473 Hunter 419 3’6” Green 3’3” WorkingAO Hunter Handy 18-35 + 420 3’6” Green 3’3” WorkingPerformance Hunter * 439 Hunter Handy 472 3’3” AO Hunter 18-35 440 3’3” Performance Hunter * TX Green Hunter Stake/USHJA Incentive 462 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 + First Round of Classic

587 Hopeful Hunter 588 Hopeful Hunter 584 Baby Green Hunter 585 Baby Green Hunter 581 Baby Green Hunter U/S 759 Modified Adult Eq - Fences Memorial Park Hunters 592 Modified Adult Hunter Mega Ring II - 7:30 am 593 Modified Adult Hunter + 591 Modified Adult Hunter U/S + First Round of Classic 507 AA Hunter 36-49 512 AA Hunter 18-35 627 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter 628 2’9” Pin Oak Hunter

798 TEC Amateur Medal

Ring TBD - 7:00 pm

* TX Green Hunter Stake

900 Trainers Equitation Exhibition

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am 587 588 584 585

Hopeful Hunter Hopeful Hunter Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter

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Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 8:30 am

331 359 335 362 365 392 389 339 342 349

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 1

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 10:00 am 681 The Baggett Family $10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

Not Before 4:00 pm

682 Walsh & Albert $30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

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303 306 313 316 386 320 324 372 366 378

0.75 Training Jumper II 0.85m 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 1.10m High AA Jumper II 2b 1.0m Low AA Jumper II 2b 0.90m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b

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)

Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am

Wheless Arena - 7:30 am

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 7:30 am

Saddle Shoppe Ring (ESI) - 7:30 am 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 687 3’6” $1000 AO Hunter Classic 2nd Round 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 688 3’3” $1000 AO Hunter Classic 2nd Round

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586 Hopeful Hunter U/S 589 Hopeful Hunter 590 Hopeful Hunter 758 Modified Adult Eq - Flat 823 Open Hunter (Modified AA Only) 594 Modified Adult Hunter 595 Modified Adult Hunter 684 Modifed Adult Hunter Classic 2nd Round 528 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 529 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 527 3’ Pin Oak Hunter U/S


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S ATU R D AY - MARCH 30

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am

Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 9:00 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 Hildebrand Fund $30,000 Grand Prize National Standard

Wheless Arena - 7:30 am

309 379 317 370 367 373 375 369

0.90m Training Jumper II 0.90m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b 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

777 482 483 481 487 488 486 492 493 491 497 498 496 773 799 612 613 611 617 618 616 602 603 601 607 608 606

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 Dover/USEF Hunt Seat Medal Hamel NHS 3’3” Equitation 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

Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 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

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 Only) 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

Tellepsen 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

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+ First Round of Classic

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Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 7:30 am

353 344 350 341 374 377

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

Wheless Arena - 8:00 am 380 0.90m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b 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 ESI Ring - 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 757 Mod. Children’s Eq - Fences 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

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609 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 610 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake - Handy 604 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U 605 3’3” Lg Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake - Handy 619 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 620 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 16-17 Stake - Handy 614 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U 615 3’3” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U Stake Handy 686 $1000 3’3” Junior Hunter Classic 2nd Round 771 ASPCA Horsemanship 768 Jr Eq 15-17 - Flat 769 Jr Eq 15-17 - Fences 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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Tellepsen 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


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YELLOW ROSE WHISKEY SPONSOR CLUB Wednesday - Sunday • 8 AM - 5 PM (Inside the Irish Day Farm Main Ring) Refreshments: all day • Lunch: 11 AM - 3 PM • Sunday Brunch: 10:30 AM - 2 PM Galas: 5 PM: Cocktail Hour • 6 PM: Dinner Buffet begins • 7 PM: Grand Prix / Derby begins Club will close for set up time 2 hours before each evening reception or gala Sponsor Credentials required to enter club • No pets allowed

KARBACH BIERGARTEN SPONSOR LOUNGE Wednesday - Sunday • 11 AM - 3 PM (Clear Round Tavern) Snacks and drinks available • Sponsor Credentials required MONDAY, MARCH 25, 2019 Main Ring In Gate

Olde Oaks Farm’s Grooms Party

6:00 PM

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Lunch sponsored by Susan & Renato Peneira

Karbach Biergarten Sponsors Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments sponsored by Monarch Stables

THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Sponsor Lunch sponsored by Farm & Ranch

Karbach Biergarten Sponsors Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Main Corridor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Exhibitor Refreshments sponsored by Markel Insurance $25,000 Walter Oil & Gas Corp. Grand Prix & Bedoya Ringside Reception

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 4:00 PM

FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Lunch sponsored by Stride Animal Health

Karbach Biergarten Sponsors Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Karbach Biergarten

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

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SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Lunch sponsored by RSM US, LLP

Karbach Biergarten Sponsors Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Karbach Biergarten

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Churrasco To-Go’s Food Truck

Karbach Biergarten

1:00 PM

Healing With Love and Woodway Equestrian’s Ice Cream Social

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 5:00 PM: Cocktail Hour The Hildebrand Fund $30,000 Grand Prix 6:00 PM: Dinner & Avalon Advisors Ringside Gala 7:00 PM: Grand Prix begins SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 10:30 AM - 2:00 PM

Sponsor Brunch & Dripping Springs Vodka Blood Mary Bar sponsored by Residence Inn Marriott

Karbach Biergarten Sponsors Lounge

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Sponsor Refreshments

Karbach Biergarten

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Food Truck

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WE D N E SD AY - APRIL 3

TUESDAY 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

Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am 325 1.10m Jumper Training Session - (90 sec) 329 1.15m Jumper II 2b 357 1.15m 5 Year Old Jumper II 333 1.25m Open Jumper II 2b 360 1.25m 6 Year Old Jumper II 1 363 1.30m 7 Year Old Jumper II 1 336 1.35m Open Jumper II 2b 388 1.40m Open Jumper II 2b 393 1.45m Welcome Jumper Stake II 2b ($10,000)

Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 7:30 am 400 410 815 427 428 426 412 413 411 422 423 421 402 403 401 417 418 416 646 432 433 431

Green Conformation Model HP Conformation Model Open Hunter 4’ High Performance Hunter 4’ High Performance Hunter High Performance Hunter U/S 3’9” HP Conformation Hunter 3’9” HP Conformatin Hunter HP Conformation Hunter U/S 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Green Conformation Hunter 3’6” Green Conformatiion Hunter Green Conformation Hunter U/S 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’6” Open Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter 3’6” Performance Hunter U/S

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 8:00 am Tellepsen Arena - 8:30 am

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301 304 307 311 314 384 318 322

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 2b 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 2b 1.05m Training Jumper II 2b 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b

816 452 453 451 817 672 673 671 818 457 458 456 437 438 436

Open Hunter (3’) 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter U/S Open Hunter (Take Two Only) Take 2 TB Hunter Take 2 TB Hunter Take 2 TB U/S Open Hunter (3’3”) 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter U/S 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter 3’3” Performance Hunter U/S

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Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

828 407 408 582 583 406

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

First Available Ring

656 657 658 659

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


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Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 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

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

302 305 308 312 315 385 319 323

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

Not Before 4:00 pm 396 Irish Day Farm

$25,000 Pin Oak Grand Prix

Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 9:00 am

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

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

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 8:00 am 429 430 414 415 424 425 404 405 419 420 1425 2425 812 813 811 462 463 467 468 434 435

4’ High Performance Hunter Handy 4’ High Performance Hunter 3’9” HP Conformation Hunter Handy 3’9” HP Conformation Hunter 3’9” Green Working Hunter Handy 3’9” Green Working Hunter * 3’6” Green Conf Hunter Handy 3’6” Green Conf Hunter 3’6” Green Working Hunter Handy 3’6” Green Working Hunter * Texas Green Hunter 3’6” & 3’9” USHJA Green Hunter 3’6” & 3’9” Incentive Awards 3’6” Young Hunter (7 & Under) 3’6” Young Hunter (7 & Under) 3’6” Young Hunter U/S (7 & Under) 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 3’6” AO Hunter 18-35 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’6” AO Hunter 36 & Over 3’6” Performance Hunter Handy 3’6” Performance Hunter

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 7:30 am 454 455 459 460 1455 2455 807 808 806 802 803 801 822 472 473 471 477 478 476 439 440

3’ Green Working Hunter 3’ Green Working Hunter * 3’3” Green Working Hunter 3’3” Green Working Hunter * Texas Green Hunter Stake 3’ & 3’3” USHJA Green Hunter 3’ & 3’3” Incentive Awards 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 (AO Only) 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 3’3” Performance Hunter Handy 3’3” Performance Hunter

Wheless Ring - 7:30 am

581 838 587 588 584 585 823 592 593

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

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Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 9:00 am

320 324 331 359 335 362 365 392 389 349 339 342

1.05m Training Jumper II 2b 1.10m Training Jumper II 2b 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 1.20m Jr Jumper II 2b 1.20m AO Jumper II 2b 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper II 2b

Not Before 6:00 pm

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 7:30 am 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 2nd Round

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

682 Booth Show Jumpers $30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

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Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 8:00 am

Tellepsen Arena- 7:30 am

303 306 313 316 386 378 366 372 375

0.75m Training Jumper II 0.85m Training Jumper II 0.95m Training Jumper II 1.0m Training Jumper II 2b 1.0m Take 2 TB Jumper II 2b 1.00m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b 1.0m Low Adult Jumper II 2b 1.10m High AA Jumper II 2b 1.10m HIgh Child Jumper II 2b

Wheless Ring- 8:00 am

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829 589 590 586 591 758 759 594 595

839 469 470 466 464 465 461 798 479 480 474 475

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

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

528 529 527 774

3’ Pin Oak Hunter 3’ Pin Oak Hunter 3’ Pin Oak Hunter U/S Ariat National Adult Medal

2’6” Open Hunter Hopeful Hunter Hopeful Hunter Hopeful Hunter U/S Modified Adult Hunter U/S Modified Ault Eq - Flat Modified Adult Eq - Fences Modified Adult Hunter Modified Adult Hunter

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Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - 8:00 am

340 348 351 343 352

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 1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper II 1

4:30 pm

30 Leadline ( No Stallions)

7:00 pm 398 Wells Fargo $30,000 Grand Prix National Standard

Tellepsen Arena - 8:00 am

Wheless Arena - 8:00 am 530 560 540 550 570 770 Medal 781 532 533 531 542 543 541 552 553 551 780 562 563 561 572 573 571 622 623 621

Small Pony Hunter Model Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Model Medium Pony Hunter Model Large Pony Hunter Model Large Green Pony Hunter Model Marshall & Sterling USEF Pony Pony Equitation - Fences Small Pony Hunter - Conf. Small Pony Hunter + Small Pony Hunter U/S Medium Pony Hunter - Conf Medium Pony Hunter + Medium Pony Hunter U/S Large Pony Hunter - Conf Large Pony Hunter + Large Pony Hunter U/S Pony Equitation - Flat Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter - Conf Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter + Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter U/S Large Green Pony Hunter - Conf Large Green Pony Hunter + Large Green Pony Hunter U/S Children’s Hunter Pony Children’s Hunter Pony + Children’s Hunter Pony U/S

309 0.90m Training Jumper II 1

379 370 367 376 373 369 374 377

1.00m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 1 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 1.0m Low Child Jumper II 2b 1.15m High Adult Jumper Classic II 2b 1.15m High Child Jumper Classic II 2b

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring I - 8:00 am

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

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

Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am

772 825 522 523 521 796 841 517 518 516 833 597 598 596

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 Open Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter U/S

Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 7:30 am

741 742 743 716 717 718 719 720 721 834 702 703 701 763 707 708 706 712 713 711

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 Open Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter U/S Medium Stirrup Eq Fences Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter U/S Long Stirrup Hunter 18/O Long Stirrup Hunter 18/O Long Stirrup Hunter 18/O U/S

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Tellepsen Arena - 7:30 am 778 WIHS Equitation - Jumper Phase 775 Platinum Performance/USEF Talent Search 787 USHJA 3’3” Jumper Seat Medal 317 1.0m Training Jumper II 371 1.05m Low Child Jumper Stake II 2b 368 1.05m Low AA Jumper Stake II 2b 381 Pin Oak Invitational Low Child/Adult Jumper Classic 382 Pin Oak Invitational High Child/Adult Jumper Classic 353 1.30/1.40m Jr Jumper Classic II 2b 344 1.30/1.40m AO Jumper Classic II 2b 350 1.20m Jr Jumper Classic II 2b 341 1.20m AO Jumper Classic II 2b 380 0.90m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper II 2b

Wheless Arena - 8:00 am 776 WIHS Pony Equitation 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

Irish Day Farm Main Indoor Ring - CLOSED

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777 481 484 485 486 489 490 491 494 495 496 499 500 799 611 614 615 616 619 620 601 604 605 606 609 610

WIHS Equitation - Hunter Phase 3’6” Sm Jr Hunter 15 & U U/S 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 Hamel NHS 3’3” Equitation 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

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Memorial Park Hunters Mega Ring II - 8:00 am 750 Children’s Equitation 14 & U - Flat 751 Children’s Equitation 14 & U - Fences 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 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

Saddle Shoppe ESI Ring - 7:30 am

746 747 748 726 727 728 729 730 731 704 705 709 710 714 715 756 757 599 600

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 Medium Stirrup Hunter Medium Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter Modified Child Eq - Flat Modified Child Eq - Fences Modified Children’s Hunter Modified Children’s Hunter


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Main Corridor

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019 Yellow Rose Whiskey Sponsors Club 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Karbach Biergarten

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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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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EQUI TATI ON

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.


Photos by Jerry Mohme, Andrew Ryback, Diana Hadsall, Anne Gittins, Shawn McMillen

Best Wishes and Good Luck at the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show!

We have a place for the beginner rider, the competitive rider and everyone in between! Top Ponies and Horses For Sale Patty Roberts (713) 683-8636 • (713) 805-8266 • Houston, Texas Conveniently located inside the 610 Loop

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Five-Gaited - Ladies

Five-Gaited Champion

Five-Gaited Show Pleasure Adult Champion

Supreme Acres Perpetual Trophy

Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Perwien Challenge Trophy

Mrs. John H Nashke (Geraldine) Memorial Trophy

Five-Gaited - Amateur Championship

Bluebonnet Farm Challenge Trophy

Three-Gaited - Novice

Don Ruby Memorial Trophy

Anne Mockley D’Shea Memorial Trophy

Three-Gaited Amateur Champion

Five-Gaited - Junior Exhibitor Championship

Josephine Abercombie Perpetual Trophy

Splash Down Perpetual Trophy

Three-Gaited Champion

Sherry Frankel Perpetual Trophy

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Lorece B. Hubbard Memorial Trophy


T R O P HI E S

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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T R O P HI E S

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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C ANDI E OW E N S M E M O R IA L T R O P HY 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 QUEENER BEST YOUNG HORSE TROPHY 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.

Hunton Andrews Kurth is proud to support the

74th Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Hunton Andrews Kurth is a global law firm of more than 1,000 lawyers handling transactional, litigation and regulatory matters for clients in myriad industries including energy, financial services, real estate, retail and consumer products and technology. Areas of practice focus include capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, P3, public finance and infrastructure, and privacy and cybersecurity. With offices across the United States and in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, we’re aligned with our clients’ businesses and committed to delivering exceptional service. Visit HuntonAK.com and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.

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ART ANTARÈS SELLIER FRANCE By Marie Mauldin & Xavier Lenrouilly Photos by Armand Belloin

Antarès Sellier has been designing and creating custom saddles for 20 years, with a sense of perfection in mind. Founded in 2000, Antarès Sellier’s objectives are simple: make custom saddles that are technical, comfortable, and refined. Every saddle is designed and created at the workshop in Saintes, France. Antarès master saddle makers work with the utmost respect for the French

tradition of saddle making, while also incorporating new technologies, materials, and methods. Today, our saddle makers create over 3,500 saddles per year. Fitted by a saddle fitter, an Antarès custom saddle has over 120,000 options available, from different seat size, panel size, color, and leather, the abundance of options makes it possible to fit any type of horse, for any discipline and ensures optimum comfort and performance. All leather goes through a very thorough inspection to keep only the best quality. Our leather is French, butter soft, and of the highest quality, for a long lasting and comfortable product. Saddles are inspected during every phase of production, resulting in over 60 different quality control checks for each saddle. Antarès was earned its excellent reputation through an unwavering dedication in craftsmanship and reliability. In fact, the French government has officially recognized our dedication to quality and tradition. In March 2008, Antarès was labelled “Living Heritage” and is the first saddle company to obtain this label. This label was created to promote the development of companies who maintain a savoir-faire and highly technical skills that preserve the French cultural heritage.

Antarès Sellier for riders of all disciplines Antarès offers the largest collection of models of saddles in the world. Riders of any discipline can ride in an Antarès

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saddle. By its dedication to create products of exceptional quality, Antarès thrives in providing saddles, helmets and tack for the hunter/jumper, eventer, dressage, fox-hunter and endurance rider.

Always improving perform ance bet ween horse and rider

Since its creation, Antarès has been focused on saddle research and design in order to always ensure comfort and performance to the horse and rider.


FE AT U R E Antarès considers the well-being of the horse to be an absolute priority, an ethical obligation, and a necessity to the sport. With that objective always in mind, Antarès is a pioneer. Working closely with veterinarians and chiropractors, many options have been unveiled from different panel and tree shapes, but also to tack designs such as anatomical bridles and girths, all to ensure the well-being of the horse.

Innovation and product grow th

In 2007, Antarès started promoting the Antarès helmet, entirely customizable, and made in the workshop, in Saintes, France. The Antarès helmet has an interchangeable headpiece, washable inner pads, multiple vents, and comes in a wide variety of models and luxury options. By making the first varnish helmet ever made, the Antarès helmet modernized the market. Now available in nubuck, matte, satin or varnish finish, it is a one of a kind, safe and distinguished

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helmet to add to your collection.

Antarès Sellier for the performing athletes

Antarès sponsors Olympians, World Champions, National Champions. These competitors require the best for their horses, and they choose and trust Antarès to help them reach the podium. Some highlights: • Cedric Lyard is Olympic champion in Eventing, in 2004. • Jos Lansink and Cumano are World Champions in Show-Jumping in 2006. • Phillipe Le Jeune and Vigo d’Arsouille is World Champion in Show-Jumping in 2010. • Rich Fellers is World Cup Champion in Show-Jumping in 2011. • Thibault Valette, Karim Laghouag are both Olympic Champions in Eventing in 2016. • Phillip Dutton and Mighty Nice win the Bronze in Eventing in the 2016 Olympics. Antarès is proud to sponsor world class athletes, athletes who genuinely care for the well-being of their horses.

Antarès Sellier in North-A merica

Antarès Sellier US Headquarters is based out of Purcellville, VA, and is managed by one of Antarès founder: Eveline Cummings. With saddle fitters located throughout the entire country, Antarès thrives in providing the best service to their customers and their horses. Antarès saddle fitters come with years of experience and always seek to help riders and horses be comfortable and happy.

Antarès Sellier is a proud sponsor of Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Contact Antarès Sellier at: 800-250-9284 or visit their booth at Pin Oak

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HORSE

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5 Gaited Stake

Night Contender

Janice Henderson/Paul Cates

5 Gaited Amateur/Jr Exhibitor Stake

Blue Curaco

Catherine Street/Catherine Street

3 Gaited Stake

Ridgewood’s Special Agent

Mary Jean Hooper/Jack Magill

3 Gaited Amateur/Jr Exhibitor Stake

Madeira’s Blue Ruby

Alta Dare Farm/Cathy Coleman

Fine Harness Championship

Lulu Frost

Roger Gibson/Jack Magill

3 Gaited Park Championship

Bubbly Bubbly

Bluebonnet Farm/Sandra Currier

3 Gaited Park Amateur Championship

Believe It Now

Christ Shaw Tresten/Chris Shaw Tresten

3 Gaited Park Pleasure Championship

Somethine Scandalous

Derrick/Melissa Jernigan / Sandra Currier

3 Gaited Park Pleasure Amateur Championship

AllagashB11

Diana Satterlee/Diana Satterlee

5 Gaited Show Pleasure Championship

Looks Perfect

J&J Horse Interest LLC./Joan Cantrell

3 Gaited Show Pleasure Championship

The Musical Link

Joan’s Horse Adventures/Joan Cantrell

3 Gaited Country Pleasure Championship

SkippyJon Jones

Catherine Street

Western Country Pleasure Championship

My Night Traveller

Denise Baker/Denise Baker

Country Pleasure Driving Championship

Mardi Gras Memories

Neartown Animal Clinic Inc./Dr Randy McBride

Show Pleasure Driving Championship

Jack and Coke

Oak Hill Saddlebreds/Jack Pool

Hunter Country Pleasure Championship

Good Night Sweet Dreams

Vantage Point Farm/Sydney Young

Opportunitiy Pleasure Any Seat WT Championship

Ilus Waldman

Annika Bruggeworth/Taylor Burton

Opportunitiy Pleasure Driving Championship

Lauw Fan E’ Goegamieden

Annika Bruggeworth/William Martin

Roadster to Bike Championship

GDH Karina

Joanna/Myron Been / Myron Been

Roadster Pony Championship

Heartland Sue City Sue

Bluebonnet Farm/Sandra Currier

Saddle Seat Equitation Championship

Sir Fabulous

Katie Rich Trust/Katy Rich

ASB Five Gaited Amateur/Jr. Exhibior Championship

Blue Curaco

Catherine Street

ASB Three Gaited Country Pleasure Championship

SkippyJon Jones

Catherine Street

ASB Five Gaited Show Pleasure Championship

Open First

Catherine Street

ASB Five Gaited Amateur/Jr. Exhibior Championship

Razzle My Tazzle

Sydney Young

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2018 CH A MP I O N S - H U NTE R S W E E K I C L A S S / D I VI S I O N

HORSE

OW NER/ RI DER

$30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

Mystique

Jamie Jarvis/Peter Pletcher

$10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

Davidson

Dana Vollbracht/Amberlee Wentz

$1,000 USHJA Green Incentive Program

Cazador

Jamie Jarvis/Peter Pletcher

$2,500 Texas 3' & 3'3" Green Super Stake

Cazador

Jamie Jarvis/Peter Pletcher

$1,500 Texas 3'6 & 3'9" Green Super Stake

Talladega

Sharon O'Neill/Jennifer Alfano

$1,500 Pony Hunter Classic

Anisette

Tessa Downey/Tessa Downey

$1,000 Pin Oak Adult Hunter Classic

Kaspar

Bernadette Mulliken/Bernadette Muliken

$1,000 Amateur Owner Hunter Classic 3'3" & 3'6"

Levland

Christina Fisher/Christina Fisher

$1,000 Junior Hunter 3'6" Classic

Inquisitive

Can We Keep It? LLC./Hallie Grimes

$1,000 Junior Hunter 3'3" Classic

Jackson V

Hailey Hak/Hailey Hak

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

Chandler

Hannah Buskin/Hannah Buskin

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

Forlan H

Papandreou Hunter Jumper LLC./Aphrodite Papandreou

$500 Children's Hunter Pony Classic

Handsome Honey Do

Xia Tabanou/Xia Tabanou

High Performance Hunter

Quintessential

Robert McNeel/Peter Pletcher

Green Conformation Hunter

Downtown

Katie Lambert-Boone/Will Roberts

High Performance Confrormation Hunter

Candid

Jennifer Alfano/Jennifer Alfano

Performance Hunter 3'6"

Mystique

Jamie Jarvis/Peter Pletcher

Performance Hunter 3'3"

Hollywood Park

Lynn Walsh/Peter Pletcher

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" 18-27 Division

Screenshot

Jef Lauwers/Jef Lauwers

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" 28 & Over Division

MTM Inside Scoop

M/M Ken Mackenzie/ M/M Ken Mackenzie

Entourage

Legado Farms, LLC./Jamee Crawford

Sweetwater

Kathy Chiaf/Kathy Chiaf

Junior Hunter 3'6" 15 & Under

Inquisitive

Can We Keep It? LLC./Hallie Grimes

Junior Hunter 3'6" 16-17

Fitz

Meghan Flanagan/Isabel Harbour

Large Pony Hunter

Caleche

Lola Head/Lola Head

Medium Pony Hunter

Anisette

Tessa Downey/Tessa Downey

Small Pony Hunter

Sunbeam

Ticket to Ride LLC/Carolyn Colter

Green Pony Hunter

Goldhills As You Like It

Lola Head/Lola Head

Children's Large Hunter Pony

Favor

Gauri Prakash/Gauri Prakash

Children's Hunter 15-17

Chandler

Hannah Buskin/Hannah Buskin

Children's Hunter 14 & Under

Westbound

Jana Rodes/Lilly Goldstein

Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over

Kaspar

Bernadette Mulliken/Bernadette Muliken

Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49

Vivid

DM Diamond Farm L.L.C/Stephanie Mushin

Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35

Quirrell

Tabitha Brown/Tabitha Brown

Modified Adult Hunter

Castello

Mallory Hensley/Mallory Hensley

Modified Children's Hunter

MTM Bali

Ashley Schneider/Ashley Schneider

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" Combined

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HORSE

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Deniro

Jennifer Antonacci/Jordan Gilchrist

Lullaby

Hallie D. Ferguson/Jessica Zienkievicz

Luck

Johnnie Martin-Carey/Peter Pletcher

Caswell

Sydney Murdoch/Sydney Murdoch

C'est Si Bon

Sydney Murdoch/Jordan Gilchrist

Enchanted Evening

Lizabeth Fisher/Natalie Geller

Green Hunter 3'

Lightful

La Primera Hacienda, L.P./Courtney Lenkart

Green Hunter 3'3''

Cazador

Jamie Jarvis/Peter Pletcher

Green Hunter 3'6''

Talladega

Sharon O'Neill/Jennifer Alfano

Green Hunter 3'9''

Shakira

Linda Law/Jessica Harries

Baby Green Hunter

J'Adore

Rachelle Goebel/Peter Pletcher

Take 2 Thoroughbred Hunter

Patriot

Patricia Colpitts/Jessica Zienkievicz

Long Stirrup 18/O

Alistair

Stacey Woods/Alexis Smith

Medium Stirrup 13-17

Eddison

Laura Cho/Eliza Cho

Short Stirrup 12U

Secret

Alaina Wright/Madison Clapp

18 Inches Opportunity Hunter Saturday

Here Comes Trouble

Eliza Kifer/Grace Randall

18 Inches Opportunity Hunter Sunday

Frozen

Leslie Kramer/Hailey Guidar

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Saturday

Frozen

Leslie Kramer/Hailey Guidar

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Sunday

Frozen

Leslie Kramer/Hailey Guidar

Walk Trot Hunter Saturday

Rollingwoods All Or Nothing

Annakate Long/Liston Johnson

Walk Trot Horsemanship Sunday

Frozen

Leslie Kramer/Hailey Guidar

Junior 3'3'' 15 & Under

Ixion Van Het Netehof

Hensley Humphries/Hensley Humphries

Otard

Chestnut Equestrian LLC./Katherine Lenkart

Junior 3'3'' 16-17

Crisp

Buffalo Therapeutic Riding Center/Emma Walters

Small/Medium Children's Hunter

Handsome Honey Do

Xia Tabanou/Xia Tabanou

Young Hunter Combined

Appointed

Chosenbrook Show Stables/Tommi Clark

Snaks 5th Avenchew Pony Hunter Style Award

Happily Ever After

Tessa Downey/Tessa Downey

Pin Oak Hunter 3'0"

Pin Oak Hunter 2'9"

Pin Oak Hunter 2'6"

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HORSE

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$30,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

Mystique

Jamie Jarvis/Peter Pletcher

$10,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

Hoopla

Hollis Hughes Grace/Peter Pletcher

$2,500 Texas 3' & 3'3" Green Super Stake

Van The Man

Nanette Hebert/Peter Pletcher

$1,500 Texas 3'6 & 3'9" Green Super Stake

MTM Do Right

M/M Ken Mackenzie / Didi Mackenzie

$1,500 Pony Hunter Classic

Happily Ever After

Tessa Downey/Tessa Downey

$1,000 Adult Hunter Classic

Vivid

DM Diamond Farm L.L.C.,/Stephanie Mushin

$1,000 3'6" Junior Hunter Classic

Symbolic

Bella Kay/Bella Kay

$1,000 3'3" Junior Hunter Classic

Limitless

Erin Gibbs/Dominic Gibbs

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

Eurokom

PLC Farm/Catherine Moorhead

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

Cavalli

Katie Snyder/Logan Jacobson

$1,000 Amateur Owner Hunter Classic

Sutherland

Peter Pletcher/Jef Lauwers

$1,000 Green Pony Hunter Classic

Goldhills As You Like It

Lola Head/Lola Head

$1,000 USHJA Incentive Stake

River

Shaw Johnson Price/Shaw Johnson Price

$500 Children's Hunter Pony Classic

Handsome Honey Do

Xia Tabanou/Xia Tabanou

High Performance Hunter

Classico

Erica Moe/Colleen Brombach

Green Conformation Hunter

MTM Here's 2 You

Candu Farm/Natalee Haggan

High Performance Confrormation Hunter

Verity

Mesa View Stables, LLC./ Amberlee Wentz

Performance Hunter 3'6"

Gabli

Carolyn M. Elsey/ Daniel Bedoya

Valentine

Bottom Line Equestrian LLC./Sam Berry

Vivid

DM Diamond Farm, LLC./Peter Pletcher

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" 36 & Over

MTM Inside Scoop

M/M Ken Mackenzie / Didi Mackenzie

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" 18-35

Sutherland

Peter Pletcher/Jef Lauwers

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" 36 & Over

Gia

Shadyside Farm/Kate Gibson

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" 18-35

Entourage

Legado Farms, LLC./Jamee Crawford

Central Park West

Jordan Cobb/Jordan Cobb

Borencio

Miranda Seade/Miranda Seade

Junior Hunter 3'6" 15 & Under

Classico

Erica Moe/ Brooke Bombach

Large Pony Hunter

Madagascar

Jennifer Wheeler-Winborne/Megan Winborne

Medium Pony Hunter

Happily Ever After

Tessa Downey/Tessa Downey

Small Pony Hunter

Sunbeam

Ticket to Ride LLC./Carolyn Colter

Children's Large Hunter Pony

What-A-Bean

Sloanne Wallace/Sloanne Wallace

Children's Small/Medium Hunter Pony

Handsome Honey Do

Xia Tabanou/Xia Tabanou

Children's Hunter 15-17

Zara

Andrea Adams/Abby D'Andrea

Performance Hunter 3'3"

Junior Hunter 3'6" 16-17

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HORSE

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Children's Hunter 14 & Under

To The Nines

Eliza Month/Carlee McCutcheon

Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over

Hollywood Park

Lynn Walsh/Lynn Walsh

Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49

Vivid

DM Diamond Farm, LLC./Stephanie Mushin

Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35

Querida

Caitlin Burns/Caitlin Burns

Modified Adult Hunter

Valentino

Kristin Rediehs-Salazar/Kristin Rediehs-Salazar

Modified Children's Hunter

Willow Spring Paul

Miranda Seade/Reagan Golsby

Everest

Sydney Murdoch/Jordan Gilchrist

Caswell

Sydney Murdoch/Jordan Gilchrist

Deniro

Jennifer Antonacci/Jordan Gilchrist

Walking Dream

Emily Drewry/Natalie Geller

Wonderland

Alexandria Gonzalez/Kelly Lorek

Green Hunter 3'

Like Always

Jana Rodes/Courtney Lenkart

Green Hunter 3'3''

Cazador

Jamie Jarvis/Peter Pletcher

Green Hunter 3'6''

Redding Ridge

Teriann Miller/Will Roberts

Green Hunter 3'9''

MTM Do Right

M/M Ken Mackenzie / Didi Mackenzie

Baby Green Hunter

Cupcake

Steve Weder/Natalee Haggan

Take 2 Thoroughbred Hunter

Patriot

Patricia Colpitts/Jessica Zienkievicz

Long Stirrup 18/O

Alistar

Stacey Woods/Alexis Smith

Medium Stirrup 13-17

Back To Neverland

Suzanne Cumming/Annie Taylor

Short Stirrup 12/U

Monsieru Pickles

Rylea Templin/Rylea Templin

18 Inches Opportunity Hunter Saturday

Blueprint

MPH, LLC./Kennedy Otwell

18 Inches Opportunity Hunter Friday

JG Prince of Thieves

Reagan Golsby/Leighton Gregg

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Saturday

Rosmel's Neptune

Hollis Hughes Grace/Kaydence McCambell

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Friday

Rosmel's Neptune

Hollis Hughes Grace/Kaydence McCambell

Walk Trot Hunter Friday

The Gentleman

Peyton Bowen/Iris Klingbeil

Walk Trot Horsemanship Saturday

Rollingwoods All Or Nothing

Annakate Long/Liston Johnson

Small Junior Hunter 3'3"

After Dark

Tess Victoria Stephen/Luke Jensen

Large Junior 3'3'' 16-17

Canal Street

Donald Stewart/Erin Floyd

Large Junior 3'3'' 15 & Under

Chapel Hill

Ava Williams/Ava Williams

Large Green Pony Hunter

Simply Max

Hampton Baker/Riley Delbecq

Small/Medium Green Pony Hunter

Goldhills As You Like It

Lola Head/Lola Head

Hopeful Hunter

Summer Coast

Wendy Patterson/Adrianne Gamboa

Young Hunter Combined

RVF Titus

Rio Vista Farm/Susan McMorris

Pin Oak Hunter 3'0" Pin Oak Hunter 2'9" Pin Oak Hunter 2'6"

Snaks 5th Avenchew Pony Hunter Style Award

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HORSE

OW NER/ RI DER

$50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

Carrida

DS Holdings LLC/Frankie Owens

$15,000 USHJA National Hunter Derby

Hoopla

Hollis Hughes Grace/Peter Pletcher

$2,500 Texas 3' & 3'3" Green Super Stake

Kindred

Kathy Chiaf/Jennifer Alfano

$1,500 Texas 3'6 & 3'9" Green Super Stake

Talladega

Sharon O'Neill / Jennifer Alfano

$1,500 Pony Hunter Classic

Anisette

Tessa Downey/Tessa Downey

$1,000 Adult Hunter Classic

Cocomo

Brawley Farms Inc./Dana Brawley

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

Czech Please

Zoe Schiefer/Zoe Schiefer

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

To The Nines

Eliza Month/Carlee McCutcheon

$1,000 USHJA Incentive Stake

Kindred

Kathy Chiaf/Jennifer Alfano

$500 Children's Hunter Pony Classic

What-A-Bean

Sloane Wallace/Sloan Wallace

High Performance Hunter

Breeze

Caitlin Hudson/Kersten Levine

Green Conformation Hunter

MTM Here's 2 You

Candu Farm/Natalee Haggan

High Performance Confrormation Hunter

Candid

Jennifer Alfano/Jennifer Alfano

Performance Hunter 3'6"

Coraggio PF

Jill Barnett/Julie Cleveland

Performance Hunter 3'3"

Sutherland

Peter Pletcher/Jef Lauwers

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" 36 & Over

MTM Passport

Cammy Turgon/Therese Peck

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'6" 18-35

Levland

Christina Fisher/Christina Fisher

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" 36 & Over

Gia

Shadyside Farm/Kate Gibson

Amateur Owner Hunter 3'3" 18-35

My December

Legado Farms, LLC./Jamee Crawford

Junior Hunter 3'6" 15 & Under

Greetings

Haley Hammer/Haley Hammer

Junior Hunter 3'6" 16-17

Fitz

Meghan Flanagan/Isabel Harbour

Large Pony Hunter

Simply Max

Hampton Baker/Riley Delbec

Medium Pony Hunter

Goldhills As You Like Itt

Lola Head/Lola Head

Small Pony Hunter

Sunbeam

Ticket To Ride LLC./Carolyn Colter

Children's Large Hunter Pony

Nutter Butter

Evelyn Walker/Everlyn Walker

Children's Hunter Pony

Rodeo Drive

Sloanne Wallace/Sloanne Wallace

Children's Hunter 15-17

Caterpillar

Autum Nichols/Hay;ey Schoonover

Children's Hunter 14 & Under

To The Nines

Eliza Month/Carlee McCutcheon

Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over

Just So

Susan Baker/Susan Baker

Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49

Vivid

DM Diamond Farm, LLC./Stephanie Mushin

Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35

Wynonna

Sarah Lamar/Sarah Lamar

Modified Adult Hunter

Lullaby

Hallie D. Ferguson/Hallie D. Ferguson

Great Expecations

Carlee McCutcheon/Carlee McCutcheon

Deniro

Jennifer Antonacci/Jennifer Antonacci

Modified Children's Hunter

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2 0 1 8 CHA M P I O N S

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2018 CH AMP I O N S - H U NT E R S W E E K I I I ( C O N T. ) C L AS S / D I VI S I O N

HORSE

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Fabled

Amberlea Tribble/Rachel Lindsey

R Scho Stopper

Mindy Hildebrand/Amanda Dougherty

Pin Oak Hunter 2'9"

Alavanta

Susan S Bradley/James Hensen

Pin Oak Hunter 2'6"

Vintage

Ashley Luhrs/Megan Felts

Green Hunter 3'

Sincerely

Shadyside Farm/Peter Pletcher

Green Hunter 3'3''

Kindred

Kathy Chiaf/Jennifer Alfano

Green Hunter 3'6''

MTM One Time

MTM Farm/Dorothy Douglas

Green Hunter 3'9''

MTM Do Right

M/M Ken Mackenzie/Didi Mackenzie

Baby Green Hunter

Cupcake

Stever Weder/Natalee Haggan

Take 2 Thoroughbred Hunter

Patriot

Patricia Colpitts/Jessica Zienkievicz

Long Stirrup 18/O

Kings Landing

Mary Kutac/Mary Kutac

Medium Stirrup 13-17

Happy Feet

Sloan Hopson/Alexandra Killgore

Short Stirrup 12/U

Summer Coast

Wendy Patterson/Jadyn Long

18 Inches Opportunity Hunter Saturday

JG Prince of Thieves

Reagan Golsby/Leighton Gregg

18 Inches Opportunity Hunter Sunday

JG Prince of Thieves

Reagan Golsby/Leighton Gregg

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Saturday

Rosmel's Neptume

Hughes Hollis Grace/Kaydence McCampbell

X-Rails Opportunity Hunter Sunday

Beaverwoods Nutmeg

Kendall Quadling/Emmie Wilson

Walk Trot Hunter Saturday

Rollingwoods All Or Nothing

Annakate Long/Liston Johnson

Walk Trot Horsemanship Sunday

Rollingwoods All Or Nothing

Annakate Long/Liston Johnson

Junior 3'3'' 16-17

Canal Street

Donald Stewart/Erin Floyd

Valentine

Bottom Line Equestrian LLC./Ainslee Gregg

Ixion Van Het Netehof

Hensley Humphries/Hensley Humphries

Hopeful Hunter

KOI

Devon Gantt/Mary Riggs

Young Hunter Combined

Hallpass

Legado Farms, LLC./Peter Pletcher

Pin Oak Hunter 3'0"

Junior 3'3'' 15 & Under

Snaks 5th Avenchew Pony Hunter Style Award

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2018 CH AMP I O N S - J U M PE R S W E E K I C L AS S / D I VI S I O N

HORSE

OW NER/ RI DER

$30,000 Amalaya Investments/Oasis Petroleum Grand Prix

NKH Calango

NKH LLC./Christian Heineking

$20,000 Booth Show Jumpers Under 25 Grand Prix

Viper Vrombautshoeve Z

BKS Horse Farms LLC./Briley Koerner

$10,000 Welcome Jumper Stake

Chabacon

Andres Torres Hernandez/Andres Torres Hernanadez

Melody

Beth Von Brecht/Beth Von Brecht

$1,000 1.30/1.40M Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic

Stakello

Miguel Torres Hernandez/Miguel Torres Hernandez Andres Torres Hernandez/Andres Torres Hernanadez

$5,000 Speed Stake

Chintano

$2,500 1.20M Junior Amateur-Owner Jumper Classic

Lux Like Clover

$5,000 1.30/1.40M Junior Ameteur Owner Jumper Classic

Celesta 21

$2,000 1.15M Adult Amateur Jumper Stake

Zalig MG

$2,000 1.15M Children’s Jumper Stake

Au Girl

Kierland Farm/Wiley Johannesmeyer

$1,500 1.05M Adult Amateur Jumper Stake

Maxximillion

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Siegler

$1,500 1.05M Children’s Jumper Stake

No Sky Too High

Laurel Walker/Laurel Walker

$1,000 1.10M Training Jumpers

Maxximillion

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Siegler

1.35M Open Jumper

Chintano

Andres Torres Hernandez/Andres Torres Hernanadez

1.4M Open Jumper

Fourtina

Kierland Farm/Trapp O’Neal

Athena

Hannah Newton/Trapp O’Neal

Katmandu L

L&W Equine Investments LLC./Scott Lenkart

Polar Light

Kristin Buchanan/Ashley Buchanan

1.15M Jumper

Lux Like Clover

Marlo Williams/Marlo Milliams

1.20M Amateur Owner Jumper

VDL Endorado Ryal K

Seale Horses LLC./Amanda Seale

1.30/1.40M Amateur Owner Jumper

Celesta 21

Pablo Torres Hernandez/Pablo Torres Hernandez

1.20M Junior Jumper

Lux Like Clover

Marlo Williams/Marlo Williams

1.30/1.40M Junior Jumper

Cardino

Carole Looke/Kathryn Taylor

Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper

Sienna

Riley Sommers/Brittany Perez

High Adult Amateur Jumper

Zalig MG

Cynthia Moore-West/Cynthia MooreWest

Low Adult Amateur Jumper

Maxximillion

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Siegler

High Children’s Jumper

Au Girl

Kierland Farm/Wiley Johannesmeyer

Low Children’s Jumper

No Sky Too High

Laurel Walker/Laurel Walker

Take 2 Thoroughbred Jumper

Mikey Likes It

Colleen Brombach/Montana Blum

6/7 Year Old Young Jumper

Cobra

Seale Horses LLC./Matt Cyphert

1.25M Open Jumper

Marlo Williams/Marlo Williams Pablo Torres Hernandez/Pablo Torres Hernandez Cynthia Moore-West/Cynthia MooreWest

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$30,000 Hildebrand Fund Grand Prix

NKH Calango

NKH LLC./ Christian Heineking

$25,000 Pin Oak Grand Prix

NKH Selena

NKH LLC./ Christian Heineking

$10,000 Booth Show Jumpers Under 25 Grand Prix

Think Big Van TL

Carolina Villanueva Suarez/Carolina Villanueva Suarez

$5,000 Pin Oak Welcome Jumper Stake

For Jef VD Wezelse

BKS Horse Farms LLC./Briley Koerner

$5,000 U25 Welcome Stake

For Jef VD Wezelse

BKS Horse Farms LLC./Briley Koerner

$5,000 1.30M Amateur Owner Jumper Classic

GatsbyB9

Daisy Ford/Daisy Ford

$5,000 1.40M Amateur Owner Jumper Classic

Inne Van De Plataan

Jenny Booth/Keely McIntosh

$5,000 1.30/1.40M Junior Jumper Classic

Fast Flo

Nicole Peterson/Brooke Peterson

$2,500 1.20M Junior Jumper Classic

Landano

TKO Partnership/Kathryn Taylor

$2,500 1.20M Amateur Owner Jumper Classic

MTM Cricket

Grasso Equestrian, LLC./Madison Grasso

$2,000 1.15M Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

Lickity Split

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Seigler

$2,000 1.15M Children’s Jumper Classic

Gatsby 165

Katherine Lenkart/Katherine Lenkart

$1,000 1.40M Open Jumpers

Tiramisu

The Eddyanne Ranch Family Limited Partnership/Trapp O’Neal

$1,500 1.05M Adult Amateur Jumper Stake

Maxximillion

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Seigler

$1,500 1.05M Children’s Jumper Stake

No Sky Too High

Laurel Walker/Laurel Walker

$1,000 1.10M Training Jumper Stake

Zalig MG Katmundu L

Cynthis Moore-West/Cynthis MooreWest L&W Equine Investments, LLC/Scott Lenkart

Fast Flo

Nicole Peterson/Peter Petschenig

Crack De Muze

Carson Grisham/Colleen Acosta

O.M.S Checkers 5

Marlo Williams/Marlo Williams

1.15M Jumper

Olala Dela Pierre

Kate Severson/Kate Severson

1.35M Open Jumper

Abracadabra WKT

Monica Hanks/Daniel Bedoya

O.M.S Checkers 5

Marlo Williams/Marlo Williams

Fast Flo

Nicole Peterson/Brooke Peterson

Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper

Fantastik

Beth Bommer/Beth Bommer

High Adult Amateur Jumper

Lickity Split

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Seigler

Low Adult Amateur Jumper

Maxximillion

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Seigler

High Children’s Jumper

Au Girl

Kierland Farm/Wiley Johannesmeyer

No Sky Too High

Laurel Walker/Laurel Walker

Castellina Della Caccia

McLain Ward/Heather Cleveland

Take 2 Thoroughbred Jumper

Sabra Zay

Katharine Lau Mohn/Katharine Lau Mohn

6/7 Year Old Young Jumper

CHF Cabriole

Celine Myers/Celine Myers

1.25M Open Jumper

1.30/1.40M Junior Jumper

Low Children’s Jumper

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$30,000 Wells Fargo Grand Prix

MTM Full House

MTM Farm/Natalee Haggan

$25,000 Pin Oak Grand Prix

MTM Vivre Le Reve

Major Wager LLC./Brian Moggre

$10,000 Pin Oak Welcome Jumper Stake

MTM ICARLY

MTM Farm/Dorothy Douglas

$5,000 1.30/1.40M Junior Jumper Classic

Landano

TKO Partnership/Kathyrn Taylor

$2,500 1.20M Amateur Owner Jumper Classic

Accomplice

Grace Asbury/Grace Asbury

$5,000 1.30/1.40M Amateur Owner Jumper Classic

Athena

Hannah Newton/Hannah Newton

$5,000 1.20M Junior Jumper Classic

Crack De Muze

Carson Grisham/Carson Grisham

$2,000 1.15M Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

HSS Lasiano

Sydni Moss/Madison Grasso

$2,000 1.15M Children’s Jumper Classic

Sampras

John Gilpin/John Gilpin

$1,000 1.40M Open Jumpers

Craggamore 3

Petschenig Showjumping LLC./ Peter Petschenig

$1,500 1.05M Adult Amateur Jumper Stake

Conjure

Tye Griffith/Tye Griffith

$1,500 1.05M Children’s Jumper Stake

Italia

Hays Investment Corp/Sabrina Ohlrogge

$1,000 1.10M Training Jumper Stake

Maxximillion

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Seigler

1.25M Open Jumper

Zandorgran

Jill Barnett/Julie Cleveland Beam

1.15M Jumper

Wanda

Maarten Huygens/Martien Van Der Hoeven

NFL Favorite

Nordic Lights Farm, LLC./Tony Font

Con Spirit

Petschenig Showjumping LLC./ Nathalie Cooper

Al Capone

Crooked Willow Farms/Jami Jensen

Modified Children’s/Adult Jumper

Goose

Carli Kirsch/Marta Collantes

High Adult Amateur Jumper

HSS Lasiano

Sydni Moss/Madison Grasso

Low Adult Amateur Jumper

Maxximillion

Charlotte Seigler/Charlotte Seigler

High Children’s Jumper

Mozart’s Symphony

Jacqueline Wilson/Owen McWilliams

Low Children’s Jumper

Take Notus

Tobi Miller/Tobi Miller

Take 2 Thoroughbred Jumper

Preston

Avak Myers/Allisha Fell

6/7 Year Old Young Jumper

DSH Absolut

DS Holdings LLC./Frankie Owens

1.35 Open Jumper

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HORSE

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3'6" EQUITATION CIRCUIT AWARD

SFF ZABIANO

BROMBACH, BROOKE

ADULT HUNTER CIRCUIT AWARD

KASPAR

MULLIKEN, BERNADETTE

AMATEUR OWNER 3'3" CIRCUIT AWARD

ENTOURAGE

CRAWFORD, JAMEE

AMATEUR OWNER 3'6" CIRCUIT AWARD

MTM INSIDE SCOOP

MACKENZIE, DIDI

BEST CHILD RIDER ON A PONY - WEEK THREE

GOLDHILLS AS YOU LIKE IT

HEAD, LOLA

BEST YOUNG HORSE CIRCUIT AWARD

WEST END GIRL

BUCCI, SUSAN

CHILDREN'S HUNTER CIRCUIT AWARD

RODEO DRIVE

WALLACE, SLOANE

EMERGING PRO AWARD

MTM HERE'S 2 YOU

HAGGAN, NATALEE

GRAND 3'6" AO HUNTER

LEVLAND

FISHER, CHRISTINA

GRAND 3'6" HUNTER

MTM HERE'S 2 YOU

HAGGAN, NATALEE

GREEN PONY CIRCUIT AWARD

GOLDHILLS AS YOU LIKE IT

HEAD, LOLA

HIGH POINT 3' GREEN HUNTER

LIGHTFUL

LENKART, COURTNEY

HIGH POINT 3'6 JR HUNTER RIDER

GREETINGS

HAMMER, HALEY

HIGH POINT GRAND PRIX OWNER

QUATTRO

BEDOYA, DANIEL

HIGH POINT PONY HUNTER

SUNBEAM

COLTER, CAROLYN

VIVID

PLETCHER, PETER

ENTOURAGE

PLETCHER, PETER

JUNIOR HUNTER 3'3" CIRCUIT AWARD

VALENTINE

GREGG, AINSLEE

JUNIOR HUNTER 3'6" CIRCUIT AWARD

FITZ

HARBOUR, ISABEL

LEADING GRAND PRIX RIDER

QUATTRO

BEDOYA, DANIEL

LEADING INTERNATIONAL DERBY RIDER

MYSTIQUE

PLETCHER, PETER

LEADING RIDER NATIONAL HUNTER DERBY

HOOPLA

PLETCHER, PETER

MODIFIED ADULT HUNTER CIRCUIT AWARD

VALENTINO

REDIEHS-SALAZAR, KRISTIN

MODIFIED CHILD HUNTER CIRCUIT AWARD

GREAT EXPECTATIONS

MCCUTCHEON, CARLEE

DOLLAR CASH

O'NEAL, TRAPP

BARN-FONT

FONT, TONY

QUATTRO

BEDOYA, DANIEL

SUNBEAM

COLTER, CAROLYN

HIGH SCORE PRO ROUND

OPEN JUMPER RIDER BONUS

PONY HUNTER CIRCUIT AWARD

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2 018 A N TA R È S S E LLIE R LEAD ING G R AND P R IX R ID ER OW NE R & TR A IN E R , B ED OYA T R AINING STAB LES | MAGNOLI A , TEX A S Daniel was born into a horse loving family! His father, Daniel Bedoya, Sr., is an accomplished Jumper with seven National Championships in Bolivia and is now a trainer in Austin. With that, it’s of no surprise that Daniel has been on the back of a horse since he was a child and has over 30 years of experience in the show ring. After leaving Austin to start his own farm, Daniel followed in his parents footsteps and also made his business a family affair. He is the owner of Bedoya Training Stables in Magnolia, and runs the facility with wife and trainer, Lindsay. They have an energetic 8-year-old daughter, Natalia, that you can find running around the show grounds, but hasn’t quite caught the riding bug. Daniel grew up in La Paz, Bolivia where he won several National Championships as a junior and represented his country in international competition as well as Young Riders.

This past summer, Daniel and Quattro headed to compete for Bolivia in the 2018 World Equestrian Games. This is the first time that anyone from Bolivia has qualified and competed for the country. The Main Arena stands were full as Daniel’s fans watched the equestrian games on the video wall during Fall Classic at Great Southwest Equestrian Center. Even though he competed for Bolivia, he is still one of the “Texas boys,” and there was a great energy as everyone cheered him on. When not in the show ring, Daniel trains and prepares riders to show in the hunters, jumpers and equitation divisions. Young horse development is a speciality and passion for Daniel. He has trained and sold many successful horses that he started from the ground up— Quattro being one of those.

In more recent years Daniel has competed in and won Grand Prixs on the national and international level and is a regular competitor in hunter divisions and Derbies. He has claimed many championships at Pin Oak, most notably rising to the top of the leader board as the Antarès Sellier Leading Grand Prix Rider with his long-time partner, Quattro, in 2015 and 2018. Daniel represents his home country of Bolivia in international competitions and has competed in FEI Classes in Wellington, Tryon, Split Rock, the American Gold Cup, and the Saugerties $1 Million Grand Prix.

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13-Y E AR - O LD B AY G E LDING 2018 AN TA R È S S E LLIE R LEAD ING G R AND P R IX HO R SE OW NE D B Y D A N IE L B E D OYA The majestic 13-year-old gelding standing 18 hands, has a long stride and jumps with ease around the show ring. However, this gentle giant is terrified of ponies! Quattro was the first horse Daniel won a Grand Prix and FEI class on, he is the first horse Lindsay competed on in a Grand Prix and the first horse that Natalia trotted on. Quattro has been Daniel’s long-time partner and the two have made quite a name for themselves around the country. Daniel has had Quattro since he was 5-years-old, making this one horse he has a very special bond with. “It’s really special because I took him to his first horse show ever. Now he’s winning grand prixs,” said Daniel. Quattro has placed in over 70 Grand Prixs and was the Leading Horse at Pin Oak in 2015 and 2018. Whether it is winning championships across the country, competing in FEI Classes or

even in the World Equestrian Games; this Bay makes jumping a clear round seem effortless. “He was really difficult at the beginning because he’s 18 hands, and he has Quasimodo Z on his bloodlines. They have a little bit of a hard mouth. Being so big, and you can tell, I’m not really big; he was really hard. It took a lot of time to get him fit and to get him responsive, especially to turn and to slow down. He always had the jump, but it was difficult to turn and to slow him down. That was the most difficult part about him. He’s getting to the point that he’s beating horses that are a lot smaller and quicker, because he’s so big that I can do less strides everywhere. I can always leave strides, and he’s careful enough that I can do that, and he still leaves them up.” - Daniel Bedoya, from an interview with Kentucky Horse Shows in 2015 after he and Quattro won the $25,000 Grand Prix.

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Frankie was born into the horse world! Frankie’s parents, Candie & Frank, had already established their careers as professionals, owning a business and showing, so they started Frankie and his sister Whitney riding very early on. Frankie began showing at 14-years-old and after spending just one year as an amateur, competing in the amateur owner jumpers, he turned professional at age 19. Currently, Frankie competes in the Hunter and Jumper divisions. He also is a trainer at their family farm, Oakwell Farms and coaches riders of all ages. He is very serious and dedicated at taking his students to the top. Frankie is great with young horses; having trained many from their first jumps to the show ring. One of his first young horses he started from an unbroke brood mare, and took her all the way up to the Grand Prix level; and the horse won her very first Grand Prix! He takes the time to instill confidence in the young horses, which is very important when starting them. It should be of no surprise that Frankie has quite a few championships under his belt. He won the Walter Oil & Gas $25,000 Grand Prix in 2017 and the $50,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby in 2018 at Pin Oak. He is a multi-time champion at the Great Southwest Equestrian Center’s Texas Winter Series, and just had a great four weeks this past February, placing first in the Week I $10,000 International Hunter Derby, Week II Pyranha $25,000 Grand Prix and Week III Antarès Sellier $25,000 Grand Prix. Frankie has won Grand Prixs in Gulfport, LA and Nashville, TN and the Hunter Derby in Tyler, TX. “I am excited for Pin Oak. It is always one of the Premier showwe attend each year and always look forward to it.” - Frankie

AM BI E N TA S AKA AMY

11-Y E AR - O LD H O LS T E IN E R MAR E OW NE D B Y D S H O LD IN G S LLC “Amy is a very sweet mare, laid back out of the show ring, but has a lot of blood when it is time to compete.” -Frankie Amy is owned by DS Holdings LLC / Diana Stumberg and has been part of the Oakwell Farms family for the last two years. Both Frankie and Whitney have competed on her and with great success. Most recently, Amy was the mare Frankie placed first with in the Texas Winter Series Pyranha $25,000 Grand Prix. The duo had many other victories throughout that series and we cannot wait to see how well they do at Pin Oak!

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while they were out on the road. With a quick reply, “Yeah, me,” Natalee landed herself a job!

At 8-years-old Natalee started riding and found her calling. She would stay after her lessons to do chores around the barn to earn extra rides. Her parents told her that as long as she took lessons and stuck with it, they would eventually buy her a horse of her own. “I still joke with my dad that 30 years have gone by and I’m still waiting,” said Natalee.

No doubt that Natalee has definitely worked hard to be where she is at— but even more so after an accident in 2017 involving a 2’ x 6’ board falling on her head, leaving her in critical condition and nearly ended her career. She was determined and fought hard to get back in the saddle and just seven months later, she was competing again.

In 2000, she took a job as a rider in the show at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament. The company didn’t typically hire women for that position, but she had impressed the head trainer, so he hired her anyway. While there, she worked with a long-rein horse trained to piaffe and levade as well as riding in a quadrille and performing some Grand Prix dressage movements. She credits part of her success to that trainer, Marcial Contreras, for giving her a chance, taking her under his wing and teaching her all he did. She always loved jumping though, so after three years Natalee left Medival Times to return to the show ring.

Pin Oak will always be a show that has a special place in Natalee’s heart.

In 2014, Natalee borrowed a young hunter for a show from MTM Farm and when she returned it the following week, Tracy Fenney asked her if she knew anyone that could take care of their farm

“I just rode whatever I could swing a leg over. While not having the financial means to show in a rated show until my early 20s, I always dreamt of getting to show in classes like the Pin Oak Grand Prix.” In 2018, Natalee was finally able to compete in her very first Grand Prix— the Wells Fargo $30,000 Grand Prix on MTM Full House during Week III of Pin Oak. “[Fuller] was the only horse to jump double clean, making winning surreal. I am so fortunate to have the support of Mike McCormick, Tracy Fenney and the rest of our MTM team. They have given me knowledge, encouragement and opportunities that I would not otherwise have and I am forever grateful. “

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11-Y E AR - O LD H A N O V E RIAN G ELD ING B Y F O R P LEASU R E OW NE D B Y M TM FA R M Tracy Fenney and Mike McCormick of MTM Farm imported “Fuller” in 2015 as a sales horse. In 2016, Tracy jumped in a few grand prixs with him, but ended up handing him over to Natalee not long before her accident. Natalee and Fuller have a special bond, not only did he wait for her to recover, he was also the horse she won her very first Grand Prix with. “I believe we have an atypical bond that allows us to compete at that level. Fuller jumps in an unorthodox style, but has the heart of a winner. He always gives a 110% in and out of the show ring and steps up when he is challenged. He is also the first to greet me when I walk into the barn with a loud neigh ‘hello.’ -Natalee Fuller definitely made it known during the Faces of Pin Oak photoshoot that he thought he was the star and Natalee was just accompanying him. There was lots of laughing and many bloopers that day. Fuller would step in front of Natalee just as Karinda would get the perfect shot lined up, and he would push her out of the way with his head so that he was the main focus in

the photo. He has a spunky personality, that’s for sure, and was a ton of fun to spend the evening with. We hope this team has another amazing year at Pin Oak and cannot wait to see how many more championships they take home.

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BE AS OM S TA B LE / F O S T E R FAR M, W Y LIE, T EXAS 2018 FIV E - G A ITE D A M AT E U R /JU NIO R EXHIB IT O R CHAMPI ON & THREE-GA I TED COUNTRY PLEA S URE CHA MPI ON Much like the rest of the 2019 Faces of Pin Oak, Catherine Street was also born into an equestrian family! She began riding at 2-years-old, started taking saddleseat lessons at 6-years-old and has been on a horse ever since! She rides with Beasom Stable / Foster Farm in Wylie, Texas as an Amateur.

most about riding/competing she said, “I love the challenges, every horse is different. Learning how to click with each one and presenting them to the best of their abilities is always rewarding. I am really looking forward to showing at Pin Oak this year and just having a blast while doing it!”

Catherine is a second generation client of the Cates/Beasom family. Michael Beasom, owner and trainer of Beasom Stables, got his start taking lessons at his grandparents’ farm as a child. After his grandfather, Elton Cates, passed in1993 his grandmother, Beulah, took over all the training at the farm. She was Catherine’s mother’s trainer. Not long after her husband passed, Beulah broke her femur and during that time Michael took over duties as head trainer— he was only 15-years-old. Following in her mother’s foot steps, Catherine started riding saddleseat and Saddlebreds, and training with Michael Beasom. 2015 was an exciting year for Catherine, winning the World’s Championship at Louisville, a National Championship title in Kansas City and the Saddle Seat Equitation qualifier at Pin Oak. “Catherine may have spoken for all of them – and anyone else engaged in the pursuit of equitation perfection – after her win when she said, ‘I felt like all the little stuff we’d been working on paid off, and it’s the little things that count,’” said Saddle & Bridle Magazine after her Pin Oak win. In 2018, she had another winning streak at Pin Oak, taking both Championships in Five-Gaited Amateur/Junior Exhibitor and Three-Gaited Country Pleasure. When asked what she loved

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Welcome to the 74th annual Pin Oak Charity Horse Show! I’m Nicole Salazar, Lifestyle and Equestrian Blogger behind For The Love of All Things Fabulous. I’m delighted to infuse you with a bit of spring style inspiration for dressing the part and living your most fabulous everyday life both in and out of the saddle. Imagine my excitement when I first happened upon a

favorite pair of jeans. And we all need that in our lives!

shopping experience that resonated with my love of all

Owner of Fab Finds, Sarah Rowen, was introduced to the

things fab. And it was the type of clothing I love to wear

horse world when she first visited the Winter Equestrian

out in the world every day, but at a horse show! For The

Festival in 2011. She fell in love with the atmosphere and

Love of All Things Fabulous meets Fab Finds by Sarah

the people and so her journey toward becoming a favorite

- a luxury boutique well known by many equestrians in

and sought after boutique on the horse show circuits

the Hunter/Jumper and Dressage worlds. For the first

began. She first visited the Great Southwest Equestrian

time, they will be on location for Pin Oak with amazing

Center in the fall of 2018 and immediately knew she

shopportunities to uplevel your wardrobe, by offering

wanted to return. The people and the atmosphere were

clothing, shoes, and accessories that will make you feel

so positive and welcoming.

stylish and confident. With exclusive brands available to shop, you will find labels such as 360 Cashmere, J

Texas resident and lifelong equestrian, Carie Martin Patrick

Brand, Skull Cashmere, AG, Zadig & Voltaire, Rails, N.

will be representing Fab Finds by Sarah for the 3 weeks

Philanthropy, Aviator Nation, goldno.8, Monrow, McGuire,

of Pin Oak as well as future events at the Great Southwest

and Sundry - to name just a few.

Equestrian Center. Horses are Carie’s passion, but she also has an eye for style. She enjoys the process of styling from

Their AG denim selection includes my personal favorite,

start to finish with an emphasis on the details, including

the Farrah. If you have never put on a pair of AG’s, my

jewelry design. You can find Carie’s daughter, Kaylynn, riding

goal will be that this is the introduction to your new

and competing in the juniors. Sarah will be joining Carie for

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the 2nd and 3rd weeks. You can connect with Sarah anytime from wherever you may be via fabfindsbysarah.com or on Instagram and/or Facebook messaging. She will happily set up a FaceTime styling session and work with you in a way that is convenient for you. Sarah has a passion for fashion and she loves to dress people in clothing that makes them feel fabulous and she has a gift for it. You can see this in the careful selections she offers in the store. You will definitely want to see the gorgeous pieces Sarah has curated for her jewelry line, S.Row Designs – several of which are equestrian inspired. Gold, silver and rose gold bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings and pendants are partnered with diamonds, sapphires, rubies, and emeralds to offer stunning options. No matter what your equestrian discipline may be - high quality, exclusive brands, current yet classic chic looks, and stable to street ready pieces that you will absolutely love to wear will be apart of your experience. Trust me, you’ll want to go back for multiple visits…potentially per day. No judgment here! You will be embraced and treated like not only a valued customer, but a friend as well. My ideal FFBS outfit would include a Zadig & Voltaire tee under a cashmere sweater with my favorite AG jeans. I’d add some of her highly coveted deluxe brand sneakers

opportunities on site for that as well. I see consistent

and equestrian inspired jewelry pieces. My personal

improvements season after season in fabric and style for

favorite is the shaker pendant necklace with horseshoes.

the active equestrian. Moreover, clothing that blends the

Last but not least, one of the new goldno.8 bags.

lines between riding clothes and everyday fashion for

These are a few of my favorites from Fab Finds by Sarah:

easy stable to street style.

If you are looking to update, refresh, or add some new

My go to source for all things equestrian style is

favorites to your riding attire, there will be plenty of

Exceptional Equestrian, an Equestrian Lifestyle Boutique owned by Cindy Lay. What you’ll find is Equestrianism at its finest. With a signature phrase of “Specializing in absolutely nothing you need, Just everything you want” you know you are in for a treat and I want it all experience. You can see, touch, and try on the all new Samshield breeches, coats, & show shirts, the full spectrum of Equiline products, Ronner, Tailored Sportsman, Dalia Lehman, the best variety of belts & accessories, housewares – including beautiful blankets and pillows, and SO much more! Riding boots are available in store or to order from DeNiro, Fabri, and Parlanti. The list is nearly endless. As if the equestrian side of it wasn’t exceptional enough, they carry lifestyle brands like Gretchen Scott, Wooden Ships, Lisa Todd, PJ Salvage,

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and more. I’m always a magnet to the Lisa Todd sweaters,

equestrian chic AND comfortable when I wear anything

which they can attest to. Getting cozy after a long horse

Le Fash. I love it! The traditional/original open placket

show day in PJ Salvage is also something I embrace.

shirts are gorgeous as well. The cut and quality of fabrics are everything! For me, I find it is nice to have both types

Noel Asmar Equestrian will be offered in the store with

for different occasions, venues, and seasons.

the latest styles from the spring collection in stock. Asmar is one of my favorite equestrian labels. The

My ideal schooling/everyday riding outfit from MYEXEQ

quality and detail oriented pieces are a smart addition

would be a pair of Samshield Adele breeches in blue

to your #rootd’s and out of the saddle #ootd’s as

jean, a Le Fash Paulo Alto top in white with navy short

well. Put on the latest beautifully tailored Asmar Kate

sleeve, a navy, white, or brown Sandy Duftler belt, a Miss

Performance Show Shirt with jeans and a Sandy Duftler

Shield by Samshield helmet, Roeckl Madrid gloves in navy,

spur belt and you have a classy chic look that can take

and DeNiro tall boots. And perhaps a Ronner or Asmar

you straight from the barn or horse show to a lunch date

sweater and an Eric Javits hat to top it off.

or errands. I think all of the Asmar products are fabulous.

For the show ring, my top picks would be Equiline Ash

I am an avid user of the Asmar sun shirts, merino

breeches, the Equiline Opaline show shirt, one of the

sweaters, and all weather rider jackets.

Equiline show coats or the Samshield Alix. My Miss Shield helmet, DeNiro tall boots, black Asmar signature leather

While we are on the subject of the best stable to street

belt, and Roeckl grip gloves. I would also be sure to

styles I have to bring up the OG of this concept, Le Fash.

have all of my essentials with me and organized into the

This brand combines fashion forward with equestrian

Samshield Icon backpack.

sport for the ultimate result. There are new styles and colors for the spring that I am loving. My personal wishlist

Cindy recently acquired a new and exciting business

is quite lengthy – I mean truly, it includes everything there

endeavor that I must share with you! The Kenyan Collection

is to have from the line. The Paulo Alto tech riding shirts

is not just your average dog collar, lead, brow band, or belt.

are my absolute favorite. They are the best in technical

These are works of art at the hand of the Maasai Mamas

fabric and a sporty look and feel. I feel so polished and

who use leather as if a canvas and beads as if paint.

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In the Maasai culture, the beaded creations they wear can tell you something about the person who wears them – age, marital status, social status, special events in their life (like a new bride). With guidance from a talented leather worker/designer the Mamas were given the opportunity to use their natural sense of color and design to create products for the Western market. They live and work near their homes, which allows them to care for children and livestock. They gather in small groups to share advice and stories as they bead the leather provided.

Joan Schultz, the former owner, was living in Kenya when a group of Maasai herded 13 of their precious cattle to the US Embassy in Nairobi to express their condolences to the families affected by the events of September 11. The gift of the cattle, which are so precious to the Maasai, was a way to say how wrong that event was and how sorry they were for our losses. It made us realize that we all have ‘gifts’ to share and we do what we can to make a difference to help each other in spite of our own constraints.” What we are doing is not charity or a hand-out, but just as the Maasai and many other Kenyans extended their hand in sympathy and concern in their own way, we are reciprocating in our way by providing guidance and presenting their talents to

and disciplines coming together under one roof. And at

a demanding market.

the heart of it all, the fundamental importance in providing funds to the Texas Children’s Hospital. The show itself

Source: http://www.thekenyancollection.com/aboutus.asp

dates back to its opening in 1954 and beyond that to the first donation made for planning, constructing, and supporting efforts starting in 1947. When you support Pin

I would encourage you to check out and support this

Oak, you are becoming a part of the legacy. In 2018, Pin

beautiful collection! Your purchases of these exquisite

Oak committed to $500K to the Patient Family Playroom

works mean more jobs for more amazing women! Win

in the ICU unit. This space offers patients a place to spend

win!! The expertise you’ll find in Brie Mahlke, who will be

time with their families outside of their hospital room, even

on site at Pin Oak representing Exceptional Equestrian

while being under critical care. Prior to 2018, Pin Oak gave

will result in a fun experience. She would love to help you

$1.25 million dollars beginning in 2014 for a new state of the

continue to be or become #exceptionallystyled

art Sports Medicine Center at the West Campus of Texas Children’s. Additional funds of $300K went to Oncology and

In summary, you can see that the line up at Pin Oak is

Hematology, $400K to Child Life Services, and $550K to

phenomenal. Think spring! It is a great time for shopping

Sports Medicine Center Fellow. That is beyond amazing!

as all of the new spring/summer lines are popping up. In addition to watching all of the beautiful horses, riding, and taking in all that the show has to offer, you can add

With that, cherish your experience at the Great Southwest

fabulous shopping to your list.

Equestrian Center! Enjoy the ride!

This prestigious event provides a truly unique and treasured

xo,

experience. It is incredible to see such a variety of breeds

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F O R E QUE STRIAN S Yoga teacher and life-long equestrian (27 years!!), Vicky Smith, wants to let you in on a secret: Daily stretching can take your equestrian game to the next level. “Practicing has totally changed and benefited my riding,” Smith says. “From balance, strength, fluidity with the horse, to focusing in the present moment and just breathing through the challenges and the pre-competition nerves.” If you’re not sure where to start, you’re in luck: Vicky is sharing her top poses to practice when you’re outside of the ring. Try incorporating into your daily routine—even if it’s just 15 minutes— and reap the benefits of a stronger, leaner body.

02. HIPS “By focusing on poses that can open our hips, we’ll be able to develop a deeper seat, a lower center of gravity, and thus have better motion in our bodies to move with the horse.” POSES TO TRY: Child’s pose, Butterfly, Eagle, Lizard pose, Shin to Shin and Pigeon pose

03. ABDOMINALS “While we want to be soft through our core, it is just as important that our core is strong. Think about when you make a transition, its all through the core. The better our core strength, the more balanced and grounded we are.”

01. SHOULDERS “Open shoulders means better mobility in our arms to the movement of the horse. We need our arms to be fluid at every gate. In order for our arms to be fluid, our shoulders need to be open. Secondly, when our shoulders are open, they relax down the back thus giving us a better seat on the horses back.” POSES TO TRY: Child’s pose with blocks, Thread the Needle, Backward hand clasp, and Eagle arms.

04. WHOLE BODY “I focus a lot on lengthening through the body. Lengthening through the spine, through the legs, the arms, thus helping our seat and our position.” POSES TO TRY: Cat/Cow, Cobra, Upward Dog, Warrior Variations and Fish pose.

POSES TO TRY: Any variation of Plank, Boat Pose, Chair, or Dolphin.

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05. MIND & BREATHE “Breathing is the answer. You can calm your nervous system, and tell your brain to focus, simply by changing the way you breathe. This is so helpful before going into the competition ring.” POSES TO TRY: Balanced Breathing (Inhale for 4 counts, exhale for 4 counts. Close your eyes. All you need is 1 minute.)


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30 11 R IDER S POTLIGH T C ARL I KIR S C H:SHINING B R IGHT IN THE HEA RT O F TE XAS Written by DA RL E NE R I C K E R Portraits by K RI ST I E N I C H O L S

If you go to North Houston Horse Park in Houston, Texas, most days you can expect the unexpected. Everything looks the way it would at a top-notch equestrian facility like this, but what you hear in the arena can be surprising —unless you know trainer and grand prix show jumper Carli Kirsch.

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On a recent day, she stood in the middle of the arena watching a student warming up for a lesson. Carli called out to her, “ KN OCK,

KN OCK.”

The student looked at her quizzically. After a long pause she came back with the standard response: “ WHO’S THER E?” “ SN OW.” “ SN OW W HO?” “ SN OW U SE. THE HOR SE DOESN ’T U N DER STA N D WHAT YOU ’R E ASKI N G FOR .”

They laughed and the lesson began. While deeply serious about horsemanship, training and competing, Carli has found that moments of levity can engage a student on a different level.

STARTING WITH SUPPORT “You don’t have to be a drill sergeant about things. It can’t be drill after drill after drill,” Carli said. “People don’t just come into my arena and I say, ‘Okay, pick up your irons and let’s go do a couple laps.’ As their coach and mentor, I ask things like how their day was, things that show I genuinely care about them and their horse. Then we get down to the work.” Carli, 32, learned early on the importance of a supportive atmosphere. When she was 14 or 15 and a working student, a group from the barn went to watch the Queen Elizabeth II Cup, which is part of the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup tour. “I’m a kid in awe watching my idols and say, ‘I just can’t wait to be here some day and jump a grand prix!’ Everyone —even my trainer —turned and looked at me. They laughed and someone said, ‘You?A grand prix rider?Yeah, right. Your mother will never buy you a grand prix horse.’” “I was so broken-hearted,” Carli said. “That night I called my mother in tears and said, ‘Mom, I love this sport with all C A R LI AND BELLA AT HI PI CO

my heart, and they said I’ll never be a grand prix rider.’ My

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mom told me to not let anything or anyone stop me from going after my dream. She believed in me and has been there every step of the way.”

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“My mom told me to not let anything or anyone stop me from going after my dream. She believed in me and has been there every step of the way.” C A RL I K I R S C H Looking back, Carli sees the irony. “You know what? Those kids were right about one thing,” she said. “My mom never bought me a grand prix horse. I had to make it. Between my determination, my mom’s knowledge and skill and our teamwork, it happened. We did it together.” Her mother, Melany Kirsch, an accomplished rider and trainer, is still Carli’s coach and greatest supporter. Melany acquired North Houston Horse Park when her daughter was 2, and they manage it together. She may not have bought Carli a grand prix horse, but, Carli said, her mother made it happen for her. Her grand prix horse-to-be came to her 12 years ago in an unexpected way. Carli was in Europe with friends helping them try sales horses. She ended up finding what she wasn’t looking for.

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“I had no intention of buying a horse because I was in no

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position to buy a horse whatsoever,” she said. Someone suggested that just for kicks, she should she sit on Casco, a 17.2-hand grey Holsteiner that had 30 days under saddle.

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Not long into the ride, Carli realized, “’Oh my gosh, when

It wasn’t always that way, however. Shortly after she got

they say scope, this is what they mean!’ I never understood

Casco, Carlifoundout he was “a giant chicken” that was

scope until I felt it.” Her next thought was, I have to have

afraid of his own shadow.

this horse! How do I make it happen? Do I have to sell a

“I’ve shed more tears with Casco than probably any other

kidney?

horse ever. I had all these hopes and dreams of him being this big grand prix horse, and instead I had a monster

No, she just had to call Melany. Before she got home from

chicken,” she said.“It was impossible to jump around even

Germany, Carli said, “My mom had sold my car and one

a meter-10 class on him. He was scared of the world.”

of my horses. She did what she needed to do to make it happen.” Casco, Carli says, has “the heart of a lion. He’s like

At Casco’s first horse show, Carli said, “He seriously thought

a Navy Seal: fearless and brave. He’s not the most careful

he was in outer space. He was such a train wreck.”

horse, and he might not always jump clean, but he always triesfor me. If I said, ‘Let’s go jump through this ring of fire

Things changed with patience and perseverance. “If you

with alligators on one side and sharks on the other,’ he’s

work hard and do right by your horse, he’ll learn to trust

going to say, ‘Okay, Mom, let’s go!’”

you and enjoy his job,” she added.

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Their long and winding road together has shaped Carli’s

One day she was gushing over Casco and said to her

perspective on winning. Everything came into focus at

mother and some friends, “I’m never going to be able to

the Del Mar International Horse Show on what she calls

have another Casco. He’s my once-in-a-lifetime horse.” But

the best day of her life, and she even remembers the date:

they weren’t about to let that happen. One of them went

October 22, 2016. “We didn’t win the class. We had five

online and started typing in Casco’s bloodlines, and Casino

rails down, but we accomplished what we went there to

came up.

achieve.” The goal was to make the cut to ride in the World Cup class/qualifer. “Casco went in and jumped that meter-60 class. He did it!” Carli said. “After the class, I was making such a hot fuss about him; you would have thought I had won the Olympic gold. Casco gave 110 percent, and he gets the gold medal for that.”

“If you work hard and do right by your horse, he’ll learn to trust you and enjoy his job.” CARLI K IRS CH

Still, she acknowledges that winning is a big motivator. “If you’re competing in this sport, you love to win. Winning really is a great feeling, but it isn’t everything,” she said.

“They found him! He was in the U.S. and for sale. I couldn’t

“You can have other ‘wins.’ Sometimes that means just

pass the opportunity by,” said Carli, who realized there was

going double clean and you don’t win, but you’re happy

no guarantee he would be like Casco. “Sometimes you’ve

with that. That’s what keeps you going in this sport. If you

got to be the risk taker. When you take the risk and it works

think ‘win-win-win,’ things get clouded, and sometimes

out, you get to be the hero of the day. And if not, you can

you put too much pressure on yourself. You need to stay

own the mistake and say, ‘live and learn.’”

focused on the sport and doing your best. Do right by your horse, never give up and you’ll get there.”

Mistakes, she says, are a big part of the learning curve. “Nobody means to make mistakes. Anytime we get on the

Carli admires the perseverance of every top competitor

back of a horse, we want it to be a good day. That’s why

in the sport, calling them all her idols —but particularly

we ride. But horses are not machines. They’re like us; they

Nick Skelton. “I think Nick Skelton is my spirit animal,” she

have good days and bad days. We have to take something

said, suppressing a laugh. “Iwant to grow up and be Nick

from the bad days and let it help us better our skills.”

Skelton. He’s amazing. Two years ago, he finally won his individual gold medal in his late 50s. It was his seventh

Still, luck remains a wild card. “Sometimes I come out of the

Olympic Games. Talk about determination!”

arena thinking, ‘Well, that wasn’t very pretty, but it worked. Maybe I got a little lucky,’” Carli said. “This sport has a lot

WITH A LITTLE LUCK In addition to campaigning Casco, Carli is bringing along two young horses, Casino and Mist, 5 and 7,respectively. She says Mist, her mother’s horse, is probably her most talented mount. Casino is special: He is Casco’s cousin. He came to her as a yearling and is now starting to jump a

to do with luck sometimes. You have to stay humble. If you don’t, this sport will do it for you.” For more information visit nhoustonhorsepark.com Photos by K RIST IE NICH O LS, moonfyrephotography.com, unless noted otherwise

meter-20 and -25. “He’s so much like Casco and so closely related,” Carli said. “That’s why we got him in the first place.” But how he came to her was a complete fluke.

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Royan, and Dinard. “We were lucky to have Alwin Z join our stable as an 8 year old prospect in 2008. He went on to jump Nations Cups for Holland and to be one of the horses that took SHF to legendary show jumping events with Jur and gave me my first taste of competing in Europe and hearing the Star-Spangled Banner in the victory gallop. We miss him every day but are grateful for all that he gave.” Sparky Frost remarked. Earlier this year, in the tenth year of its European breeding program, SHF Lacorda (Casalco X Accord II) was awarded

For more than twenty years, SHF Enterprises has been

his license at the 3 year old stallion approval in the AES

committed to sustainable success in show jumping. As

registry and is a candidate for additional registry licensures.

the business grew from owner Sparky Frost’s competing

SHF has been a Young Jumper Championship Finals title

in her first Grand Prix at Pin Oak in 1999 to a dynamic

sponsor at the Hampton Classic since 2001, has offered

business that specializes in sport horse breeding, showing,

the Washington International Horse Show Young Jumper

and training, that pledge has been at the forefront.

Incentive Bonus since 2013 and has renewed its role as the GSWEC Young Jumper title sponsor again in 2019.

SHF Enterprise’s goal is to be synonymous with young jumpers. Today, SHF maintains the core of its business in the breeding, development and training of show jumpers. At its base an hour west of Houston and at various locations in Europe, SHF produces youngsters for competition and sale from its broodmares, many of which were acquired specifically for breeding because of their bloodlines and performance characteristics. At the farm in Texas, SHF produces and trains many of the horses it has bred and also offers training services to outside horses and riders. Sparky

describes

SHF’s

approach

and

underlying

philosophy as follows: “I take a lot of pride in SHF horses and in our program. I want the best for them always—with the ultimate goal of their making a contribution to show jumping at its highest level.” “We try to be smart in our managerial practices and develop these horses with time and care. They will be ready when we hand over the reins to top riders and to owners in partnership or when they move on to new owner’s stables.” This philosophy and approach has proven successful. SHF horses have competed and been champion at most of the major national shows as well as had top placings at FEI 4* and 5* shows in Europe

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Sparky leads the SHF team. As a junior rider, Sparky attended Kinkaid and competed across the nation based in Texas before moving to Virginia to attend Foxcroft and base her training and competition on the East Coast with Joe Fargis. In the late 1990s and early 2000s she was the beneficiary of USET developmental programs and opportunities including Developing Riders at Gladstone 1999, competing at the Festival of Champions at Gladstone in 2001 and competing in multiple equitation finals, including the USET Equitation Finals East in numerous years. She received her USET Equitation Silver and Bronze Medals. She began competing in Europe in 2009 with Jur Vreiling (NL) and established residency in the Netherlands in 2011. She has served the USHJA as a committee member of the Emerging Athletes Program, served Pin Oak Charity Horse Show as its youngest board member in history (2005), served as a demo rider for the 2000 Olympic Media Summit, interned with the USEF, and completed an MBA internship review in strategy and finance with Tattersalls Ireland, The British National Stud, Newmarket Race Course and Plumpton Racecourse in the UK. Sparky has trained with and worked with lifelong horsemen, leaders in their fields and Olympians. The list of equestrians and teachers who have made and are still making a lasting impact on Sparky’s perspective and practice is long. Inspired by her experience and love of horses and the sport, Sparky is committed to the sustainability of equestrian sport and to increasing educational opportunities in the equine and Houston communities. With more than twenty years of high level show jumping experience, undergraduate and graduate degrees from Rice University, and an unyielding drive to make a lasting impact, Sparky and the Team at SHF are working to provide education, opportunities and access for equestrians and horse enthusiasts in Houston and across the nation.

focused on youth marketing and education.

In 2012,

Sparky worked with the USET Foundation for the first time as a volunteer, hosting the inaugural Wellington Nations Cup USET Pep Rally Poster Contest to garner support

From the start, providing education, opportunity and access for horses and riders have been central to the SHF mission. In 1999, SHF and the Frost family instituted the Connie Douglas Reeves’ Horsemanship Trophy and horsemanship test at Pin Oak to promote the value of horsemanship and inspire girls to be self-sufficient. To “saddle your own horse,” was a fundamental tenet of the Camp Waldemar riding legend and trailblazing woman lawyer, Connie Reeves, in whose honor the award was given.

As a college student, Sparky interned with the USEF and

for the team. In 2015 and 2016, Sparky was able to work with the USHJA as a member of the Emerging Athletes Program Committee to formally work with development programs. SHF offered an EAP Community Day at Great Southwest each of those years to welcome members of the greater horse sport contingent. In 2016, SHF offered its Texas Training Opportunity Program clinics featuring Joe Fargis, and in 2018 SHF launched its Horses in Houston education series at Rice University, promoting equine

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sports and STEM. On April 14, 2019, the second Horses in

the international stage in FEI competition around the

Houston event will take place at the Houston SPCA’s new

globeand Texans are serving in many ways to perpetuate

equine facility in Houston. SHF and the Frosts also hosted

the success of Team USA.

the Texas Table at Washington International Horse Show last fall to thank and recognize the Texas owners, riders

Adding another dimension of involvement for Sparky and

and trainers for participating at WIHS and to celebrate their

opportunity for Texas is her recent appointment at USET.

success at WIHS and on the national stage.

What began as a volunteer role as a member of the newly formed USET Young Advisory Board in 2018 evolved

Texas owners, riders, trainers and horses have long occupied a venerated place on the national and international stages of equine sport. In particular, Texas has a proud history of involvement with the USET and Team USA.

into a formal role for Sparky as Strategy Officer.As a strategy officer, Sparky is focusing on deepening Texas’ relationship with the USET Foundation and to increasing Team USA’s Texas presence in the 8 USEF championship disciplines. You will hear more from her in her USET role. inviting us to join her and USET “in supporting the Team in 2020 and aiming to make it Texan in 2024!”

Texans have won equestrian Olympic medals, represented Team USA on all Championship platforms, have owned,

In closing, we asked why she and SHF are so committed.

bred and produced Olympic and Championship horses,

Sparky explained, “it is simple –horses and Houston are

have trained Championship teams, have served as USET

in ourDNA.” The Frosts have a long heritage in Houston

Trustees and have served as major Team USA underwriters

and in horses. Claudia Frost, Sparky’s mother, grew up

and donors.

in Houston competing in hunterand jumper competitions around the nation.

Today she serves on the Board of

And the involvement, aspirations and support have

Directors of the Washington International Horse Showand

continued unabated. Today, Texas is the home to countless

is an officer on its Executive Committee, is a past President

Team USA supporters at all levels and in all disciplines.

of Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, served on the Houston

Riders and owners that call Texas home are competing on

2012 Olympic Bid committee andis a member of the American College of Equine Lawyers. Claudia and Sparky have supported the USET Foundation for the last15years and attended several Olympics and WEG competitions. Ford Frost, Sparky’s father is a life-longHoustonian and Texasrancher and horseman. JM Frost III, Sparky’s late grandfather is a 2019 AQHA Hall of Fame Inductee and is a member of the National Cutting Horse Hall of Fame.

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Crosstraining is one of my favorite ways to accomplish training while stimulating the horse’s mind, as well as their body, but it’s also a great way to keep training fun and varied. Changing footing, location of rides, trail riding in safe footing, and even sprints across a safe pasture

You’re packing for a horse show, making a list, checking (more than) twice… If you’re anything like me when I was showing my horses, nerves will be reaching the wave point of “We can totally hold our own” to “I should just scratch” in about 5-minute intervals between loading the saddle and the bridle. You’ve practiced and trained. Maybe you’ve had your horse for a long time and this is the first major show moving to a more difficult level. Maybe you just purchased your horse a few months ago and this is your first time to show what you’ve got. Maybe your horse had an injury and this is the first time you’re stepping back into the ring, which is usually where most of the “what-ifs” come creeping in. Congratulations, no matter your situation! You have prepared for this! But, how do you keep your horse sound and continuing to show at their highest potential? That’s the age-old question with so many different answers, none of which are the magic pill to make everything alright. Each horse and each rider are different and need individual recommendations. This is why having a trusted team of your veterinarian, farrier, and trainer are so important. However, there are bigpicture points that can help extend your horse’s longevity in the show ring, but also for their overall health and well being.

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can all add to the horse’s mental and physical health. Try riding in a different arena, or just hacking out in a pasture a few days a week. This will stimulate the horse’s proprioception (how they know where their body is in space) to become more fine-tuned, as well as allow their bones and muscle to adapt to harder or softer footing. Bone reacts by increasing density when it meets a harder impact. By the same token, tendons, ligaments, and muscle all need varied forms of tension and concussion to remodel and become stronger. By changing the expected course or altering the footing, the body will adapt and ultimately become stronger. Always consult with your trainer and veterinarian if the footing may not be adequate as extremely deep, irregular, or slippery surfaces can lead to injury. Be careful in your choices, as always, but try to avoid the same arena rut.

HILLS If you have access to any outdoor hills, use them! All joints in the body are stabilized by muscles that attach above or below them (in the form of tendons). If you’ve ever run up or down a hill, you know what muscles scream the next day. Those are the muscles that stabilize your knee. The stifle joint, the same type of joint as the human knee, is almost entirely stabilized by soft-tissue structures such as tendons and ligaments, and cushioned

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RESISTANCE BANDS

C ORE ST RE N GT H A N D SPIN E STAB IL IT Y A newer thought process for strengthening the horse’s abdominal muscles is through the use of resistance bands. Before you think of a YouTube exercise star or InstaFitness Influencer, these bands are different from human bands, but serve a similar purpose. The system that is most studied is called the Equiband System by Equicore. It attaches to the saddle pad and engages the core by strapping below the horse’s hindquarters and under the abdomen. This system has been shown to stabilize the back muscles by helping strengthen muscles responsible for side-to-side (lateral) and updown (dorsoventral) movement. They also strengthen by soft cartilage and menisci. When a horse trains uphill and downhill, the muscles that cause the stifle joint to flex/extend are strengthened many times more than when worked on flat ground. By introducing hill work into your training regime, your horse’s stifles will become stronger over time, thereby reducing the chance of stifle injury. Many of my patients who have been recovering from stifle injuries benefit greatly from controlled hillwork. Endurance can sometimes be a downfall of some horses, especially if they are older or are trained very well. If your horse does not need to be ridden for training purposes as often as others, I encourage you to utilize hacks or light rides to increase endurance and stamina. Many horse shows are weeks long and those weeks are exhausting for these guys. To have the energy to go back into the arena for a jump-off a few minutes after your round may be too much if your horse can’t find that extra push to get through it. Schedule days when you either only work on sprints, or long-distance trotting sessions (here’s where those trail rides come in handy). By incorporating endurance and sprints into your horse’s training you will enable them to be strong enough to continue when they would normally be done for the day after one round. Don’t forget to schedule active recovery days for them, as well. This is where hacks in the field are the best for everyone involved! Overtraining can lead to overuse injuries and muscle fatigue. Give those muscles you have been working so hard to build a chance to recover and rebuild.

the hindlimb muscles, croup, engage the core abdominal muscles, and increase proprioception alertness.

NUTRITION I can’t stress how important adequate nutrition is to horses who are performing. Each horse’s dietary needs vary based on their metabolism and if they have any underlying health issues. Consult your veterinarian for any advice specific to your horse. Guidelines to follow are the horse should be eating a high-quality forage (hay) and be supplemented with a high-quality grain if needed. Horses gain their energy from fermenting forage in their colon and cecum, so grain is not their most needed resource. If you are unsure of the nutrient content of your hay, you can take a core sample and send it to the state. In Texas, you can send those samples to the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Office Soil, Water, and Forage Testing Laboratory. Your horse’s needs also depend on the amount of energy they are burning when working. If you have a horse competing in Grand Prix events, they will likely be under a higher caloric demand and burns carbohydrates and fat efficiently. If your horse does some shorter Hunter rounds or is a walk-trot pony, they will not need as much energy reserves. If your horse is a lean body type, they may need more calories to offset their higher metabolic needs, while “easy keepers” are unlikely to burn the calories as efficiently. If you suspect your horse is gaining weight

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F EAT URE Supplementing probiotics is also such a great plan to boost the immune system, increase absorption of nutrients, and keep the horse’s GI system healthy. The FullBucket company makes a great selection of shelfstable, highly concentrated probiotics that are vital to keep packed with you as you travel, or while at home.

PROPER HOOF CARE Most show horses’ hoof care is regularly managed every 6 weeks, but I recommend having your veterinarian and farrier work together to review radiographs of their feet at least every 6 months. This helps be sure no underlying changes are taking place that could cause future soundness issues. With hooves, early detection is key. Radiographs can tell you more about the hoof health than anyone can see visually. Working together with farriers, trainers, and riders, radiographs help veterinarians guide the team to keep the horse on track. I am privileged to work with some of the most skilled farrier in Houston and I learn from them every time we review radiographs. Systemic joint health products are a great way to introduce supportive products into your horse’s system without injecting each individual joint. There excessively, or losing weight, consult your veterinarian to

is a time and place for joint injections and I am a firm

look for any underlying health causes.

believer in providing intra-articular medication when the horse needs it, even in preventative medicine,

SUPPLEMENTS

but routine medication with systemic joint support substances has been proven to elongate the lifespan of a performance horse’s joints. Monthly injection

There are thousands of supplements available for you

with intravenous Legend helps lubricate joints

to try, but I only recommend those who have been

because Legend is a hyaluronic acid that stimulates

scientifically and clinically proven to work. Do not waste

anti-inflammatory mechanisms and provides joint

your money on supplements that “worked for my friend’s

lubrication. Adequan is a PSGAG, which means it is

pony” when you don’t know what that supplement

made to support healthy cartilage. By giving both of

actually does scientifically. The two main supplements

these medications as directed by your veterinarian, the

I recommend have been proven to support tendons,

joints remain lubricated and are given as much anti-

ligaments, and cartilage to promote healthy growth and

inflammatories as possible without injecting the joints

adaptation to stress. Platinum CJ (complete joint) is a

directly. Polyglycan is a similar substance that is more

terrific overall-wellness formula that incorporates terrific

of a combination of Legend and Adequan. It should

supplementation for musculoskeletal health. Equithrive

only be given intramuscularly as directed by your

is also highly recommended, but is focused more towards

veterinarian.

joint health than overall coat, hoof, vitamin health.

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detection of a problem can improve recovery if injury occurs and shorten rehab time. Some of my best

Although joint injections are routine and often needed in the performance horse, be judicious in your choice. Anytime a joint is injected, your veterinarian is careful to choose the appropriate medication, steroid, or other regenerative substance to ensure the injection is going to provide not only relief, but also increase

trainers and riders can detect lameness before it’s visible. Learn your horse’s “normal”. If it’s abnormal for your horse, it’s abnormal. Period. Routine wellness and soundness exams are also paramount in my practice. I am able to catch problems earlier with screening than once it becomes a bigger issue.

the longevity of that joint. Do not be afraid of joint injections as they are an excellent way to medicate an area that needs special attention, but they should be performed with careful consideration of the horse’s age, level of work, and needs. Trust your veterinarian to use care in recommending joint injections, but do not be afraid to ask questions and be actively involved in the care of your horse. As a veterinarian, a large part of my job is to educate my clients, but little do they know their questions encourage me to learn even

Ciera Guardia, DVM Guardia Equine Sports Medicine Houston, TX (713) 249-1648 GuardiaEquine.com CG@GuardiaEquine.com

more, myself. Ultimately, knowing your horse and their individual needs is the most important aspect of maintaining their soundness, as well as their future health. Early

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