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1 Saskatchewan 4-H Board Manual Section 5: The Saskatchewan 4-H Policies S5-28 Light Horse Project Guidelines & Shows ** Please refer to Equine Canada Rules for classes, clothing and equipment. ** Helmets: All members in the light horse, young horse and rodeo project that are 18 years of age and younger must wear a certified riding helmet with a strap at all 4-H mounted events in alignment with the Saskatchewan Horse Federation Policy. Registered 4-H members and other participants under 18 years of age must follow the Saskatchewan 4-H Helmet policy at any 4-H mounted event. This helmet policy is also a recommended practice for any individual over the age of 18. Light Horse Project Guidelines The purpose of this document is to standardize the judging and showing of 4-H light horses by 4-H members. The Saskatchewan 4-H Council has adopted these rules and guidelines to govern 4-H members and 4-H clubs involved in the 4-H light horse project. They should be observed at the club, district, regional and provincial levels. 1. No stallions are allowed at any level of show, excluding the young horse project up to two yrs. old. 2. Age Requirements: The following are groupings (as of December 31 of the program year) are the required age groups for each division. Guidelines: It is recommended that classes be grouped by age rather than experience at the discretion of the club. Cloverbud: 6-8 years old Junior: 9-12 years old Intermediate: years old Senior: years old Mentor years old 3. Grooming: Hooves must be properly trimmed and cleaned. Shod horses will not be credited or discredited. Points will not be credited for the use of hoof dressings. The outer ear may be trimmed but no extra points will be awarded for trimming the inside of the ear or removing face hair. Guidelines: Artificial hoof colouring or natural dressing may be used. The mane and tail should be clean and trimmed and the fetlocks and bridle path should be properly clipped. 4. Tack: No extra points will be given for silver or coloured trim. Guidelines: A Western stock saddle should be used for Western classes. An English type (hunting or forward seat) saddle should be used for all English classes. All Western and English tack should be clean, tidy, well fitting and in good repair. Saddles should be black and/or brown.

2 Saskatchewan 4-H Board Manual Section 5: The Saskatchewan 4-H Policies S Bits: Western: Chains are not allowed on snaffle bits. The chinstrap or chain cannot be narrower than ½ inch and must lie flat against the jaw of the horse. In speed events (gymkhana) Western type equipment must be used. English: In all English classes, an English snaffle (no shank), pelham (with two reins), kimberwick and/or full bridle with cavesson nose band and brow band must be used. Guidelines: Western - Bosals and snaffle bits (smooth snaffle bit with a broken mouthpiece; O-ring, egg butt or D-ring), will be permitted on young horses under five years of age with a nylon or leather chin strap. Reins are to be attached above the chin strap in performance classes only. On horses five years or older, bits allowed would be a curb bit that has a solid or broken mouthpiece, has shanks and acts with leverage. The use of a hackmore (including mechanical hackmore) or other type of bridles is the option of the competitor, or at the discretion of the club. English: None. 6. Reins: Western: When split reins are used, the ends of the reins must be to the same side as the reining hand. Only, one finger between is allowed. Roping reins can only be used for speed events. The romel cannot be used forward of the cinch. No finger between the reins is permitted for romel. English: Proper style of English rein will be used. Guidelines: Western: Split reins or romel may be used for performance classes. The romel can be carried in the free hand with a 16 inch spacing between the reining hand; the free hand holding the romel. The reining hand should be around the reins. English: None 7. Optimal Equipment: Western: Splint boots for western riding only. Bell boots, splint boots and sliding boots for speed events, reining and working cow horse. Spurs are optional but must be of western type. English: Spurs (not rowel type), crop or bat (not to exceed 30"), gloves, English breast plate, braiding of mane or tail in hunt style. Guidelines: Western: A rope or riata may be used. If used, the rope or riata must be coiled and attached to the saddle. Hobbles should be attached to the saddle. Tie downs can be used for speed events. English: None 8. Prohibited Equipment: Western: Protective boots, leg wraps and bandages are prohibited in Western pleasure, trail, halter, showmanship and Western riding. Boots of any type for your horse, any chin straps narrower than ½ inch, martingales, nosebands and tie downs are prohibited, unless stated otherwise. English: Draw reins, rowelled spurs, standing martingale, leg wraps prohibited in English riding. Guidelines: None 9. Numbers: Class numbers must be worn on the back of the rider where they are clearly visible. Guidelines: None 10. Attire: All members in the light horse, young horse and rodeo project that are 18 years of age and younger must wear a certified riding helmet with a strap at all 4-H mounted events in alignment with the Saskatchewan Horse Federation Policy.

3 Saskatchewan 4-H Board Manual Section 5: The Saskatchewan 4-H Policies S5-30 Guidelines: Western: a long sleeved shirt, any type of collar, belt, safe riding boots, neat pants (clean, boot cut blue jeans are allowed). Clothes should be clean and should fit properly. The rider's hair should also be tidy. English: Check for proper attire per class. Refer to current Equine Canada Rules. 11. Basic Classes Achievement Days: 4-H questionnaire, unit exam and record book display are a compulsory part of the project completion for Achievement Day. Guidelines: If an aggregate award is to be awarded, these requirements could be taken into account. Conformation classes should not be a part of the aggregate scoring. Classes should include a judging class; grooming, showmanship and equitation should be encouraged. If members would like a conformation class, it must be optional. Other classes could include pleasure, bareback riding, musical rides, trail, skill games, pair riding, group riding, speed events (gymkhana) that can be judged both on time and proper execution of the pattern. Various demonstrations on grooming, tack cleaning, health care and safety could also occur. 12. Horse Replacement and Ownership: Light Horse members must be responsible for the care and training of their project animal at least four months prior to show day. Should a member s project animal become ineligible due to death or illness, the club will make a decision regarding substitution. The member will continue with their record book with the new horse. The club leader will note the change in the member's record book. In the case of an injured horse, a veterinarian's certificate is required before substitution is allowed. Guidelines: Members should own their own horse. Whether the member borrows or owns the horse, the member should be responsible for care and training of the horse for at least four months prior to the club's Achievement Day. Exceptions are at the discretion of the individual clubs. Light Horse Shows Purpose: 4-H shows can be defined as any show where two or more clubs come together to participate in various classes. Compulsory Classes Policy: If there is to be an aggregate selected, only judging, equitation showmanship, grooming, performance and speed event classes will be considered. The judging of the show must adhere to the Equine Canada rules. The entry form must be signed by the member's club leader. The member must show their project and must have cared for the horse during the year. Guidelines: The classes should be divided into cloverbud, junior, intermediate and senior divisions. There should be classes so members can actually judge horses and fill out judging cards; equitation classes so members can ride; and showmanship and grooming classes. There should be a special record

4 Saskatchewan 4-H Board Manual Section 5: The Saskatchewan 4-H Policies S5-31 book class. It is recommended that any light horse breed be eligible. The trail class could be limited to two entries per club, because of the time factor. Club Displays Guidelines: The display should be judged on stable cleanliness; behaviour of members, co-operation of members, parents and leaders; and quality of the club display depicting the 4-H club. Suggested Classes 1. Group Ride: Would have four horses, judged as 20 points for dress, 20 points for uniformity of exhibit (horses and riders), 20 points for grooming, and 40 points for performance of horses and riders (horses and riders working together). Total of 100 points. 2. Western Pleasure: Class is judged on the performance, condition and conformation of the horse; a minimum of 20% of the judging placed on condition and conformation. Horses must work both directions of the ring at all three gaits to demonstrate their ability with different leads. Horses are required to back easily and stand quietly. Horses are to be reversed to the inside (away from the rail). 3. Stock Seat Equitation: Riders are judged on seat, hands, performance of horse, appointments of horse and rider, and suitability of horse to rider. Competitors will be asked to perform a pattern first, followed by rail work. Patterns should be posted one hour prior to class. Show committee or judge can design pattern. Reining patterns may not be used. 4. Western Horsemanship: Riders judged on seat, hands, ability to control and show horse. Riders must perform a pattern designed by the show committee or the judge. The pattern should be posted one hour prior to the class. 5. Reining Class: Choose a pattern from those displayed in the Equine Canada Rule Book. For equipment requirements refer to the Equine Canada Regulations. 6. Showmanship and Grooming: The showmanship class shall be judged strictly on the exhibitor's ability to fit and show a horse at halter. The ideal showmanship performance consists of a poised, confident, neatly attired exhibitor leading a well-groomed and conditioned horse that quickly and efficiently performs the requested pattern with promptness, smoothness and precision. The judge should post any pattern(s) one-hour before class. Members should be aware of this and should learn as many alternatives as possible. It is important that the judge or ring steward, at any show, explain the procedure to follow before the class begins. If members are not clear they should ask at the beginning of the class. All horses shown at Achievement Day should be fitted with a well-fitting halter and lead of any material which is safe and practical. For regional and provincial shows, better quality nylon or leather halters are recommended. Chains may be used if it enables the handler to control the animal with a larger degree of safety. No points should be awarded for extra silver or coloured trim. Enter the ring leading the animal at an alert walk in a counter-clockwise direction unless otherwise directed by the judge. Walk on the horse's left side, holding the lead shank in the

5 Saskatchewan 4-H Board Manual Section 5: The Saskatchewan 4-H Policies S5-32 right hand 12 to 15 inches from the halter. The remaining portion of lead should be carried neatly and safely in the left hand. Pose horses with their feet squarely under them. Do most of the showing with the lead shank. It is not permissible to touch the horse at any time. NO whips are allowed. 7. Trail Class: Class judged on the performance of the horse over the obstacles, with emphasis on manners, response to rider, and attitude. At least six obstacles are to be used, and horse is required to show the three gaits (walk, jog, and lope) somewhere between obstacles as part of its work. 8. Riding Pattern: (There are other variations of patterns in the Equine Canada Rule Book.) Should be performed with reasonable speed. It is the performance of a sensible, well-mannered, free and easy moving horse. The horse will be judged on quality of gaits, change of leads, response to the rider, manners, disposition and intelligence. a. On the pattern, the short, triple line represents a swinging gate, which the horse must put the rider in a position to open, pass through, and close without dismounting. It may be located at any part of the area and should be one which will not endanger horse or rider. b. The eight small circles represent markers (barrel, pylons). These should be separated by a uniform distance of not less than thirty or more than fifty feet on the side with five markers (see diagram). c. The rectangle represents an obstacle (one small log) just high enough to break the animal's stride. d. The long and sometimes twisting line indicates the direction to travel and the gaits at which the horse is to move. The dotted line ( ) indicates the walk, the dash line (- - -) the jog, and the solid line ( ) the lope; ( ) means to back up, minimum 10 feet. e. The exhibitor will put his/her horse through the gate and then proceed on the route as indicated by the pattern. Any horse not following the exact pattern will be disqualified. f. Only one hand may be used on reins and the hand must not be changed, except that it is permissible to change hands when opening the gate, if the gate is in such a position as to justify a change in hands on the reins. g. Hand is to be around the rein. One finger between the reins is permitted. While the horse is in motion, the rider's hands shall be clear of horse and saddle. Spurs or romel shall not be used forward of the cinch. The pattern must be posted prior to the beginning of classes. There are three types of patterns that could be used, which are shown below. The pattern displayed in the middle is the most common one that is used.

6 Saskatchewan 4-H Board Manual Section 5: The Saskatchewan 4-H Policies S5-33 Western Riding Pattern 1 Western Riding Pattern (primarily used) Western Riding Pattern 2 Suggested Speed Events - Gymkhana 9. Barrel Racing: Suggested measurements are: 20 yards, from the start line to the first two barrels; 30 yards, between the first and second barrel; and 35 yards, from the first barrel to the third and the same from the second barrel and the third. The pattern is to be run in a cloverleaf pattern, either starting at the left or right of the barrel. 10. Pole Bending: The pole bending course is placed on the centreline of the arena, starting 21 feet (6.4 m) from the timing line, with each successive pole precisely marked or measured so that the course may be run starting either to the left or the right of the poles, turning 180 degrees around the end pole weaving in and out to the far end, turning around the last pole and racing straight home to the finish line. There are many other classes you could have such as: Stake Class, Flag Picking Race, Ring Race, Sack Race, Quadrangle Poles, Potato Race, Egg and Spoon Race, Keyhole Race, Walk or Lead Race, and many more. For more information you should consult Canadian Equestrian Federation Rule Book. 11. English Equitation: Riders may ride Hunter Seat on Flat or Dressage Seat. Riders will be judged on seat, hands, legs, and their ability to control and show their horse. The class will proceed at least once around the ring at each gait walk, trot, canter, and on command will reverse and repeat.

7 Saskatchewan 4-H Board Manual Section 5: The Saskatchewan 4-H Policies S5-34 Following the rail work, the class will line up and perform individual tests at the judge s discretion (Check the Equine Canada Rule Book for tests). 12. English Pleasure: To be shown at a flat-footed walk, normal trot, and easy canter; not to gallop. Light contact to be maintained. To be judged at 45% performance, 40% manners, and 15% conformation. Tack and appointments to be appropriate to the seat being ridden. 13. Road Hack: To be shown in proper attire and equipment. Gaits: a) WALK: straight, four beat, and flat-footed with medium contact. b) TROT: straight and true; may be required as follows: i) Normal, on LIGHT to MEDIUM contact ii) Strong trot c) CANTER: normal, on LIGHT to MEDIUM contact d) HAND GALLOP: under control Horses to enter the ring at a walk. To be shown at a flat-footed walk with a reasonably loose rein, trot, strong trot, easy canter, and hand gallop. Only 8 horses to hand gallop at one time. To be judged on 55% performance, 20% substance, 15% conformation, 10% manners. 14. Show Hack: To be shown in proper attire and equipment. Gaits: a. WALK: straight, four beat, and flat-footed. No collected or extended gaits to be called for. b. TROT: free, light and crisp, may be required as follows: In contact with a more upright frame Collected with rider sitting Extended on contact, medium speed with legs moving forward with impulsion and the rider posting or sitting c. CANTER: the canter may be required as follows: Collected Normal Extended d. HAND GALLOP: under control. No more than 8 horses to hand gallop at one time. Horses to enter the ring at a walk. To be shown at a walk, trot, canter and hand gallop. Collected and extended gaits to be called for. Expected to stand quietly. To be judged on 55% performance, 20% quality, 15% conformation, 10% manners. 15. Other events, such as Ranch Horse, Reining and Working Cow Horse, refer to Equine Canada Rules.

8 Saskatchewan 4-H Board Manual Section 5: The Saskatchewan 4-H Policies S5-35 Judging Regulations 1. Judges must abide by the rules regardless of his/her own feelings. 2. Safety will be stressed at all times. 3. There will not be any extra points awarded for fancy clothes such as Western suits and vests. 4. Emphasis must be placed on member and work done rather than the quality of the horse. Judging Guidelines 1. Judges should use the Equine Canada rules as guides. 2. Local clubs, for their Achievement Days, can choose judges at their own discretion. 3. Consideration should be given to using former and senior members of other clubs as judges for Achievement Day. 4. Record books should be given to judges well in advance of the Achievement Day. 5. At Achievement Day: a. Judges should talk with leaders regarding club preferences before judging starts. b. Judges should be encouraged to group judge and/or provide individual evaluations. 6. Achievement Day judges should be encouraged to give individual comments and instructions: a. Judges should be diplomatic, and tell members what is expected before class begins. b. Judges should take into consideration that they are dealing with youth. c. Emphasis should be placed on achievement and sportsmanship, not winning. d. Judges should give reasons to the crowd as well as to members. 7. The judge should ask members about grooming techniques whenever possible.

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