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1 2016 HORSE SHOWS APRIL 17 MAY 15 JUNE 5 JULY 31 SEPTEMBER 25 AGE DIVISIONS (age as of January 1st) Senior 19 years & over Intermediate 14 yrs to 18 yrs Junior 13 yrs & under Pee Wee Walk Trot 10 & under Leadline (walk only) Green Horse: not to have won three 1st place ribbons in that class Shows start promptly at 830 am, rain or shine Leadline will be run at 12 noon (or very shortly thereafter). Breaks and lunch will be announced at discretion of show management. Gate holds may be requested. Exhibitors are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the rules. Class descriptions are also available on the website or at the entry booth. Patterns will be posted. 1. English Pleasure Mares 2. English Pleasure Geldings/Stallions 3. English Pleasure Green Horse 4. English Pleasure Walk Trot 5. Basic Seat Equitation Novice Rider 6. Basic Seat Equitation Senior 7. Basic Seat Equitation Youth 8. Basic Seat Equitation Walk Trot 9. English Equitation Senior (Pattern class) 10. English Equitation Intermediate (Pattern class) 11. English Equitation Junior (Pattern class) 12. English Equitation Walk Trot (Pattern class) 13. Road Hack Open 14. Road Hack Walk Trot 15. Pleasure Pairs English or Western LUNCH 16. Leadline (to run at noon) 17. Showmanship Sr 18. Showmanship Youth 19. Longe Line All Ages, No Cross Entry 20. Western Pleasure Mares 21. Western Pleasure Geldings/Stallions 22. Western Pleasure Green Horse 23. Western Pleasure Walk Trot 24. Horsemanship Senior (Pattern class) 25. Horsemanship Intermediate (Pattern class) 26. Horsemanship Junior (Pattern class) 27. Horsemanship Walk Trot (Pattern class) 28. Ranch Horse Pleasure Senior (Pattern) 29. Ranch Horse Pleasure Youth (Pattern) 30. Trail In Hand All Ages 31. Trail/Handy Horse Senior 32. Trail/Handy Horse Youth 18 & Under 33. Trail/Handy Horse Walk Trot 34. Barrels Senior 35. Barrels Youth 36. Pole Bending Senior 37. Pole Bending Youth 38. Keyhole Senior 39. Keyhole Youth * Driving classes may be added in May & July TOWN CENTRE LAUNDRY ARMSTRONG JACKIE D QUARTER HORSES RUSTY SPUR TACK LUMBY Forster Family NOBLE T MORGANS Mayberry Country Market OTTER FEEDS. GRINDROD AERC 2016

2 PAGE 1 SHOW RULES & AGE DIVISIONS [as of January 1st] Senior 19 years & over Intermediate 14 yrs to 18 years Junior 13 years & under Peanut Walk Trot [10 & under] FEES Members $20 day [per horse/exhibitor combination] Non members $45 per day [per horse/exhibitor combination] [includes $25 individual AERC membership] Leadline Free [no cross entry] 1. All shows start promptly at 830 am rain or shine. The Leadline class will run at approximately 12 noon. 2. All horses must be entered in the show and waivers signed. Exhibitor numbers must be visible. 3. A separate entry is required for each horse/exhibitor combination and a separate number is required for each horse/exhibitor combination. AERC members will be assigned numbers at the beginning of their show season. 4. Exhibitors are responsible for familiarizing themselves with club rules and class descriptions before the show. Class descriptions available on the website [www.armstrongenderbyridingclub.com], in the show office and on subsequent pages of this document. 5. Unless otherwise noted, AERC shows refer to HCBC s BC Heritage rules. Regardless of all else, Armstrong Enderby Riding Club rules will supersede any other rules. 6. The show management reserves the right to refuse any entry. 7. Numbers will not be given to competitors who have outstanding balances for their show entries. When picking up numbers, competitors are required to pay cash for outstanding amounts. 8. Stallions can only be shown by senior exhibitors 19 and over. 9. Show management reserves the right to cancel, combine or split classes at its discretion. Classes may be run concurrently at show manager's discretion. 10. All exhibitors are encouraged to wear ASTM approved helmets. ASTM approved helmets must be worn by all youth (18 & under) exhibitors. Western exhibitors will not be penalized for wearing helmets. 11. All exhibitors must wear boots with heels and long pants when mounted. English jackets and long sleeve western shirts are not mandatory, but tank tops will not be permitted. Appropriate polo and short sleeve shirts are acceptable. Clothing and tack must be appropriate to the division (English or Western) being ridden. It is recommended that HCBC s dress code be followed but riders will not be penalized for wearing suitable casual clothing. 12. Humane training aids are acceptable at discretion of show management. If you are using training aids (see class descriptions), you will not be placed. 13. Lead Line will run at approximately 12 noon. Handlers must be adults, 19 and over. 14. Walk/Trot/Jog entries may only cross enter into showmanship, in hand trail and games classes. 15. Cross entry is permitted between western pleasure and ranch horse pleasure. 16. To be eligible for Green Horse, a horse may not have won three first place ribbons in the class being entered in. Green Horse entries may cross enter into other divisions. 17. Showmanship competitors should use a well fitting halter. English competitors may show in a halter or bridle. 18. A rider may exhibit more than one horse in longe line, trail/handy horse, ranch horse pleasure and games events. 19. A 5 second penalty shall be given for knocking over each barrel or pole. 20. Riding off course will result in no score or disqualification in all games and pattern classes. 21. Exhibitors for each class must be ready at the in gate. Gate holds [maximum 5 minutes] will be allowed only if show management is notified in advance. Announcement will be made. All breaks will be announced at the discretion of show management. 22. The decision of the judge regarding the placing of contestants is final. Questions to the judge on other matters must be placed through show management. 23. No cantering or galloping of horses or ponies outside of rings. Riding double or bareback is not permitted. Horses must not be ridden with a halter. While mounted, all riders must be seated properly astride their horse. 24. Exhibitors are responsible for removing all manure and litter before leaving the facility. 25. Ribbons presented to first thru sixth place in all classes. AERC

3 BACK # Box 452 Armstrong, BC VOE 1BO ENTRY FORM APRIL 17 MAY 15 JUNE 5 JULY 31 SEPTEMBER 25 AGE DIVISIONS (as of January 1st) Senior 19 years & over Intermediate 14 years to 18 years Junior 13 years & under Pee Wee Walk Trot 10 & under Leadline (walk only) FEES Members $20 day (per horse/exhibitor combination) Non members $45 per day (per horse/exhibitor combination) [includes $25 individual AERC membership] Leadline Free (no cross entry) PLEASE IDENTIFY DIVISION FOR THIS ENTRY o o o o o o SENIOR INTERMEDIATE JUNIOR PEE WEE WALK TROT WALK TROT LEADLINE Horse Name Fee Paid: $ Exhibitor name AERC Membership City Birthday [if youth] address o CASH Month / Day / Year o o o NEW CHEQUE ON FILE Phone [cell] [home] A separate entry is required at each show for each horse/exhibitor combination and a separate number is required for each horse/exhibitor combination. AERC members will be assigned numbers at the beginning of their show season and keep them for the remainder of the year. Numbers may be reserved on a first come/first served basis. I hereby certify that the exhibitor and horse named above is eligible to enter this Armstrong Enderby Riding Club schooling show. I further certify I understand and agree to abide by the rules and regulations of Armstrong Enderby Riding Club. I recognize that equestrian activities may be dangerous and involves certain inherent risks, including but not limited to the risks of possible serious injury or death. I agree to make no claim whatsoever against the Armstrong Enderby Riding Club, its officers and/or directors, the City of Armstrong, Township of Spallumcheen, Armstrong/Spallumcheen Parks and Recreation and Canlan Ice Sports, or any agent, official or member of the Armstrong Enderby Riding Club for any accident, injury or loss that may occur to, or be caused by, any horse at the show; or should any article of any kind or nature be lost or destroyed or in any way damaged. INITIAL HERE I grant to Armstrong Enderby Riding Club the right to take photographs of me and my family in connection with this event. I also agree that Armstrong Enderby Riding Club may use photographs of me or my ward(s) with or without my name and for any lawful purpose including, for example, such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising and web content. Date: Signature of Exhibitor (Parent or guardian must sign for youth member) Print name if different from Exhibitor name above AERC 2016

4 Box 452 Armstrong, B.C. VOE 1BO MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION o o SINGLE $25. FAMILY $45 (All must reside at same address, maximum two seniors, no children over 18 years) (Please circle) Riding Non Riding 1. Name (print) BIRTHDATE OF YOUTH MEMBERS M/D/YR Preferred Back No. Numbers will be reserved on a first come/first served basis Membership in the Armstrong Enderby Riding Club is accepted by the member subject to the express condition that the members take upon themselves all risk incurred in any activity organized or sponsored by the club or officer or director of the club. Without restricting the generality of the foregoing, neither the club or any officer, director, member or agent of the club shall be held liable for loss, damage, or injury of or to any member resulting directly or indirectly from an act, neglect or default of any person during such activities. The AERC is a non-profit association, and is solely operated by its volunteer members. Membership in the Armstrong Enderby Riding Club entitles members to discounted exhibitor fees, eligibility to compete for year end awards and and senior members to voting privileges at meetings and the opportunity to run for elected office. All AERC members are encouraged to be members of Horse Council BC. All memberships expire on December 31st. Memberships will not be retroactive for the purpose of accumulating points for year end awards. Points for year end awards will begin to accumulate on the date membership is received. All members are encouraged to participate in club activities., INITIAL HERE I grant to Armstrong Enderby Riding Club the right to take photographs of me and my family in connection with club events. I also agree that Armstrong Enderby Riding Club may use photographs of me or my ward(s) with or without my name and for any lawful purpose including, for example, such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising and web content. I agree to abide by the Constitution and Bylaws of the Armstrong Enderby Riding Club and by its Rules and Regulations. Mailing Address address Signature of Applicant (Parent or guardian must sign for youth member) City Postal Code Phone No. Date Total Dues Paid $ AERC REV

5 PAGE The Show Committee reserves the right to correct, change or delete class descriptions at any time. Every effort has been made to create accurate and thorough descriptions based on a number of sources. The Show Committee welcomes feedback and the opportunity to consider changes to the rules as errors or inconsistencies are brought to their attention. Please refer to show schedule for additional information and rules regarding cross-entry opportunities. ENGLISH APPAREL TACK / TURNOUT ASTM-approved helmets must be worn by all youth exhibitors. All exhibitors must wear boots with heels and long pants when mounted. Half Chaps are permitted and it is recommended they match the boot. English jackets are not mandatory. Appropriate polo and long and short sleeve shirts are acceptable. Tank tops are not permitted. Spurs, if worn, must be of the unrowelled kind. Gloves are optional. Above all, the rider should be neat, clean and presentable. Clothing must be appropriate to discipline. Braiding and banding is optional. Horses should be well groomed and turned out. Whips are discouraged but if needed and permitted (see class descriptions), must be no longer than 75 cm or 30 inches from top to end of tassel, and unweighted. English bridle with only regular cavessons may be double, pelham, single (snaffle) or kimberwick. Pelham converters are permitted. Drop nosebands, flashes, and figure eights are not permitted. Rope halters are not permitted. Protective equipment (ie splint boots) are permitted. Breastplates are optional. Standing martingales, running martingales and draw reins are considered schooling equipment. LEAD LINE BASIC SEAT EQUITATION ENGLISH EQUITATION ENGLISH PLEASURE ROAD HACK Lead Line will start at approximately 12 noon. Handlers must be adults, 19 years or older. All exhibitors are encouraged to wear ASTM approved helmets. A helmet must be worn by the rider. Boots with heels mandatory if riders' feet are to be in stirrups. To be shown in English or Western tack. Riders will be mounted as horses are led into the ring by a handler. Handlers must never let go of the horse's lead. Halters attached to leads must be worn over (optional) bridles. Horses and ponies will not be asked to trot. Exhibitors will be judged on the rail only. (This is not a pattern class.) Judged on the rider s ability to correctly and effectively show the horse at the walk, trot, sitting trot, and canter in both directions of the ring. The horse s way of going is not judged unless it is a result of the rider s actions. The judge may ask questions pertaining to horse management, anatomy and tack. Whips under 30 in length are permitted Pattern will be posted. To be judged on the ability of rider to control his or her horse while riding a prescribed pattern. Riders will be judged on seat, hands and performance of horse. Whips are optional. Horses are judged on manners, quality of gaits, willingness and performance. To be shown at a flat footed walk, normal trot and easy canter; not to gallop. May be asked to back on the rail. Whips are not permitted. To be judged on performance, substance, conformation and manners. To be shown at a flat footed walk with a reasonably loose rein, trot, strong trot, easy canter and hand gallop. Only 12 horses to hand gallop at one time. Whips are not permitted.... continued

6 PAGE 2 PLEASURE PAIRS Two horses working together at the walk, trot or jog, canter or lope (at discretion of the judge), both directions of the ring. Horses may be asked to back on the rail. May be shown in English or Western tack. All horses will show in the ring together. Judged on the pair s way of going, how well they pair and how well they stay together. Not part of any division DIVISION APPAREL TACK Western boots with heels and long pants must be worn. Western hat, suitably styled short or long-sleeved shirt or polo, jacket or sweater must be worn. Tank tops are not permitted. Exhibitors will not be penalized for wearing protective headgear. All youth riders must wear a helmet. Hat must be on the rider's head when the exhibitor enters the arena. Chaps, spurs and gloves are optional. Chaps and spurs must not be worn in longe line, in hand trail or showmanship classes. Hair should be contained or tied back if long. Blue jeans may be worn, but must be clean and neat. Clothing must be appropriate to discipline. Horses should be well groomed and turned out. Banding is optional. Any Western type saddle is permitted including synthetic, treeless, or Australian saddles. Any Western type headstall may be used, including bitless bridles made of leather or leather like materials. Rope halters are not permitted. Horses of any age can be shown in a bosal, hackamore, snaffle or shank bit. If a shank bit is used, exhibitors must show one-handed. Drop nosebands, flashes and figure eights are not permitted. Reins may be split reins, connected reins, romal reins, or mecate reins. Martingales and draw reins are considered schooling equipment. Crossed reins are not permitted. Protective equipment (ie splint boots) are permitted. The judge may prohibit the use of bits and equipment that he/she may consider severe or cruel. Slip, gag bits and donut bits and mechanical hackamores are not permitted. When a curb bit is used, a curb strap or chain is required, at least one half inch in width and lie flat against the jaw of the horse. ENGLISH & SHOWMANSHIP LONGE LINE Pattern to be posted. English or western attire to be worn. (Western exhibitors must not wear chaps or spurs.) Horses to be shown in a halter appropriate to breed type. English exhibitors may show in a bridle at their discretion. Manes may be braided or banded according to breed type. Exhibitors will be judged on performance and turnout of the horse. All exhibitors will enter the ring and then work individually. The horse should lead, stop, back, turn, and set up willingly, briskly and readily with minimal or audible cueing. Exhibitors should not touch the horse with their hands or feet. After finishing the pattern, exhibitors will exit the ring. Horses will be judged for quality of movement, manners, expression, attitude and suitability to future performance. Exhibitors may dress in English or Western attire. Horses will be shown in a halter and a longe line not exceeding 30 feet in length. A longe whip is optional. (Excessive use of the whip will be penalized.) Chain is optional. Horses to be shown at a walk, jog or trot, lope or canter in both directions. Exhibitor will enter the arena and wait for the audible signal to begin. Once started, the exhibitor will be allowed 90 seconds to show their horse. A half way signal at 45 seconds will be given as will a signal at the end of 90 seconds. Brief warm up will be provided prior to beginning of class.... continued

7 PAGE 3 IN HAND TRAIL HANDY HORSE/ TRAIL PLEASURE HORSEMANSHIP RANCH HORSE PLEASURE BARRELS KEYHOLE POLE BENDING GREEN HORSE ELIGIBILITY Horses to be shown in halter; chain is optional. Rope halters are not permitted. Exhibitor may wear English or Western attire. Open to horses of all ages, but cannot be cross entered into Trail or Handy Horse. To be shown at walk and jog/trot only. All other Handy/Trail Horse rules apply. Handy Horse is the equivalent to Trail but ridden in English tack and attire. To be ridden in English or Western tack. To be judged on the performance of the horse over a minimum of six obstacles, with emphasis on manners, response to rider, and attitude. Course will be designed to show the horse at all three gaits (walk, jog, lope) with the exception of the walk/jog entries. It is permissible to change hands to work an obstacle. Judged on performance, manners, and quality of movement of the horse. To be shown at a flat footed walk, jog and lope both ways of the ring on a reasonably loose rein, but with light contact and control. To stand quietly and to back readily. Horses may be asked to extend the jog and the lope. Riders to remain seated at extended jog. Extreme speed to be penalized. Exhibitors will not be asked to dismount. Pattern will be posted. To be judged on the ability of rider to control his or her horse while riding a prescribed pattern. Riders will be judged on seat, hands and performance of horse. Pattern will be posted (attached). This class should show the horse's ability to work at a forward, working speed while under control by the rider. Light contact should be rewarded and horse shall not be shown on a full drape of reins. Exhibitors may cross enter between Western Pleasure and Ranch Horse Pleasure. See patterns provided. For all games classes: Games classes are timed events Tie downs are permitted (in games classes only) A 5 second penalty shall be given for knocking over each barrel or pole, or stepping on line (in keyhole) Going off course will result in no score Exhibitor can start with right or left barrel or pole Walk trot exhibitors are permitted to cross enter into games classes. Classes can be ridden at a trot or gallop. To be eligible for Green Horse classes, a horse may not have won three first place ribbons in the class (ie Western Pleasure) it is being exhibited in. Placings in Green Horse classes will not apply to year end awards. Exhibitors in Green Horse classes may cross enter into other divisions.... continued

8 RANCH PLEASURE 1. Walk 2. Jog 3. Extend the jog,at the top of the arena,stop turn to the left 5. Left lead 1/2 circle, lope to the center 6. Change leads (simple or flying) 7. Right lead 1/2 circle 8. Extended lope up the long side of the arena (right lead) 9. Collect back to a lope around the top of the arena and back to center 10. Break down to a jog 11. Walk over poles 12. Stop and back

9 BARRELS POLE BENDING 105 FT 105 FT 45 FT 90 FT 15 FT from rail For all games classes: A 5 second penalty shall be given for knocking over a barrel or pole Exhibitor can start with right or left barrel or pole KEYHOLE

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