1 2750 Beckett Street Lebanon, Ohio SUMMER SIZZLER I & II July 11 & 12, 2015 Champions Center 4122 Laybourne Road Springfield, Ohio USDF Recognized Dressage Western Dressage AHA Sport Horse Classes ACT Classes OPEN TO ALL BREEDS! USEF English Pleasure (Driving, Saddleseat & Hunt Seat) OPEN TO ALL BREEDS! Pirates of the Caribbean Theme KARI LAMPE ARABIAN COUNTRY PLEASURE MEMORIAL AWARD
2 SUMMER SIZZLER I (OVAHA) & II (IAHC) CONCURRENT HORSE SHOWS SATURDAY, JULY 11, 2015 AND SUNDAY, JULY 12, 2015 SHOW OFFICIALS Judge Sizzler I Jack Birkhimer (r) Region 14 Wampum, PA OHIO VALLEY AHA & INDIANA AHC Judge Sandi Chohany (S) Dressage/ Hampshire, IL Sport Horse Region 14 Only Judge Sizzler II Debbie Reid (R) Region 13 McDonald, PA USEF Steward Kandy Lazarrus C2/R1 Show Manager Sherri Lewis (513) Dressage Coordinator Gloria Bush (724) Show Secretary Jean Hedger (937) Barn Manager Tammy Hawkey (937) Veterinarian Walnut Grove (937) Farrier Chris Hilsamer (937) Shavings (800) ,X11 Photographer Jeff & Stacy Wright (330) Announcer Larry Kineer & Kristin Herder Paramedic Jason Eckert (937) ARRIVAL INFORMATION: The barn and show office will be open at noon on Friday, July 10, Remaining times to be posted. Stabling will be available no earlier than noon on Friday, July 10, Departure no later than 9:00 AM on Monday, July 13, Anyone requiring early arrival or later departure MUST MAKE ARRANGMENTS WITH THE BARN MANAGER: TAMMY HAWKEY (937) or by July 9, Bedding is not provided but is available on the grounds. IT IS STRONGLY SUGGESTED THAT BEDDING BE ORDERED IN ADANCE SO THAT IT HAS ALREADY BEEN DELIV- ERED TO YOUR STALLS PRIOR TO YOUR ARRIVAL.
3 YOUTH EQUITATION & MISCELLANEOUS DIVISION (Open to Purebred Arabians and HA/AA) 3 Equitation Walk/Trot 10 & Under 68 Showmanship ATH 4Western Horsemanship JTR 90 Western Seat Equitation JTR 5 Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under 94 Hunter Seat Equitation Not to Jump ATR 8 Lead Line 6 & Under 105 Walk Trot Equitation Championship 10 & Under 10 Saddle Seat Equitation JTR 106 Walk Trot Pleasure Championship 10 & Under ACTS 96 Saddle Seat Equitation Walk Trot (All Ages) 97 Saddle Seat Equitation (All Ages) 98 Hunt Seat Equitation Walk Trot (All Ages) 99 Hunt Seat Equitation (All Ages) 100 Hunt Seat Equitation Walk Trot 101 Horsemanship Walk Trot 102 Horsemanship 103 All Seats Walk Trot Championship 104 All Seats Walk Trot Canter Championship ACTS INTRODUCTION The purpose of this division is to introduce potential new owners to the joys of showing and riding Arabian horses by giving BEGINNING RIDERS OF ANY BREED an opportunity to gain experience by offering beginner classes at our Arabian horse shows. RIDERS Riders are encouraged to be in a professionally operated lesson program (NOT REQUIRED). Encouraged but not required to be a member of AHA. Riding suits and chaps are not allowed. Riding pants, jodhpurs, breeches or colored jeans are considered appropriate. A neatly fitted shirt or top is suggested. A riding helmet is also mandatory for riders 18 and under and suggested for all ages. Appropriate footwear with a small heel is mandatory. Riders are NOT allowed to cross enter into any non-academy riding classes, and are ineligible to compete in ACT classes once they have shown in a full riding suit or in a non-act or non-academy show. HORSES Horses are encouraged to be lesson horses of ANY BREED and should display the characteristics of such, but it is not mandatory that they are utilized in a professional lesson all horses are welcome, as long as they display good manners and a quiet disposition. A cut-back saddle for saddle seat, western saddle for stock seat, and hunt saddle for hunt seat are to be used. Work bridles and bits, including snaffles, are allowed, and running martingales are permitted and encouraged. However, tie down martingales are not allowed. Any horse or rider that is deemed unsafe or is not abiding by these rules may be eliminated by the horse show management. Horses can cross enter in ANY ACT classes, but riders may not cross enter between the Leadline Walk/Trot, the Walk / Trot Equitation, or the Walk/Trot/Canter classes. ACT entries are to follow horse show rules but are not AHA or USEF sanctioned classes. Show grooming is permitted, but not necessary as HORSES ARE NOT TO BE JUDGED. JUDGING All ACT classes are to be judged on the ability of the rider to control and show their horse to its best advantage, and upon the riding skills of the rider. Each class should be judged on the rider s basic equitation and horsemanship skills suited to the class discipline, with emphasis placed on the rider s ability to control the horse at all times, identify correct diagonals and leads promptly, and to control their horses rate in a consistent manner. Riders should convey the impression of good posture, balance, and effective control while commanding proper speed of gaits and show ring placement. Headers are allowed in the line up in all walk-trot classes. HORSES ARE NOT TO BE JUDGED, only the rider s ability to control themselves and their horses and present themselves to their best advantage. Horsemanship Pleasure is meant to differ from the equitation class in that it is judged more on the rider s ability to display their horse to its best advantage, communicating to the judge through their horsemanship and riding abilities that the horse is a pleasure to ride and can be guided and set up to show to its best advantage. ANY PERSON OWING MONEY TO ANY SHOW HELD IN REGIONS 13 OR 14 WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO SHOW AT THIS SHOW UNLESS ALL AFOREMENTIONED OBLIGATIONS ARE SATISFIED PRIOR TO ENTERING. ENTRY FEES: Halter Classes 6 Ribbons $25.00 Halter Championships Champion/Reserve Champion N/C Performance Classes 6 Ribbons $25.00 Performance Championships $30, $25, $15 & $ Ribbons Equitation/Showmanship 6 Ribbons $20.00 ACT Classes 6 Ribbons $10.00 USEF English Pleasure 6 Ribbons $25.00 Classes 8 FREE Pre-entries close July 3, 2015 OTHER FEES: Horse/Tack Stalls Per Weekend $60.00 BEDDING NOT INCLUDED No outside Bedding Allowed. Early Arrival Per Day $15.00 Grounds Fee Per Horse/Per Show $15.00 Camping Per Day $35.00 All campers that are found not to have purchased a parking pass will be subject to a $100 fine and/or towed at the owner s expense. Office Fee Per Horse $20.00 Post Entry Fee Per Horse $20.00 AHA Fee Per Horse/Per Show $ 8.00 AHA Res 9-90 Fee Per Horse/Per Show $ 5.00 AHA Single Event (SEM) Per Horse/Per Show $35.00 USEF Drug Fee Per Horse/Per Show $16.00 (USEF $8 Drug/Meds; $8 USEF) USEF Show Pass Fee $30.00 USEF Membership $55.00 Returned Check Charge $50.00 Post entry fees will be charged on all incomplete entries, entries received without payment and those entries postmarked after July 3, POST ENTRIES MUST BE MADE AT LEAST ONE SESSION PRIOR TO THE START OF THE SESSION TO BE ENTERED.
4 TBA Classes Exhibitors may add a class to the show from the listed TBA classes with the payment of $40.00 per show with their entries. TBA classes will be added on a first come, first serve basis from the list of potential TBA classes. The TBA fee does not include entry fees. You may purchase any class that is on the 2015 AHA list or recognized by AHA, except for the following classes and division, that will NOT be offered: Cutting Horse, Working Cow Hors, Reined Cow Horse, Team Penning, Working Hunter, Jumper Classes, Carriage Pleasure Driving from Sec 105, Eventing Trials, Exhibition Classes from Sec 133, Working Hunter Warm Up, Competitive Trail Rides or Endurance Rides, Trail. Rings The main ring is an Outdoor Covered Arena 274 x 130, sand based with white vinyl fencing. The make up covered arena is 72 x 130 sand based and there is an additional outdoor arena 110 x 85. Entries will be accepted no later than the end of the prior session. There will be only one owner per entry blank. Every exhibitor or his/her agent or trainer must sign the entry blank. All fees must accompany entry. Improperly completed entry forms will be returned to the Exhibitor. No entries will be accepted unless payment in full for fees is included. Upon entering additional classes, all fees must be paid at that time, unless an open check is on hand with the show office. NO EXCEPTIONS. Credit Card payments will be accepted. A 3% processing fee will be assessed to all credit card payments. THERE WILL BE A $50.00 SERVICE CHAGE FOR ALL RETURNED CHECKS. SKALLYWAGS WANTED!! HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN DIVISION Horses shown in this section must have been issued a certificate of registration from the International Arabian Horse Association in the Half Arabian or Anglo Arabian Registry, or if under one year of age, be eligible for registry and registrations applied for and must be entered under their full registered name. AHSA Chapter XXVII, Article 1698V. Classes in this section shall be conducted in accordance with all rules in the Arabian Division. (Exception: In Half Arabian and Anglo Arabian classes, long manes and tails are not required, but an unbraided mane and tail is mandatory. Other than horses shown under Hunter, Show Hack, or Dressage appointments.) Entries may not be shown in the Arabian Division with purebreds. (Exception: Dressage & Equitation.) Half Arabian and Anglo Arabian colts/stallions are excluded from all classes. (Exception: Colts/ Stallions may compete in weanling and yearling Halter classes for Geldings.) HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN BREEDING/HALTER & IN-HAND In-Hand Classes shall utilize the In-Ring Judging procedures. 69 HA/AA Gelding In-Hand ATH 73 HA/AA Mare Breeding ATH 70 HA/AA Yearling Colt/Gelding In H and 74 HA/AA Yearling Mare Breeding 71 HA/AA Gelding In Hand 2 & Over 75 HA/AA Mare Breeding 2 & Over 72 HA/AA Gelding In Hand Championship 76 HA/AA Mare Breeding Championship HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN ENGLISH PLEASURE 33 HA/AA English Pleasure ATR 93 HA/AA English Pleasure AATR 48 HA/AA English Pleasure Open 113HA/AA English Pleasure Championship HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE 15 HA/AA Country English Pleasure ATR 51 HA/AA Country English Pleasure AATR 19 HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR 29 HA/AA Country English Pleasure Open 114 HA/AA Country English Pleasure 44 HA/AA Country Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen Championship HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE 16 HA/AA Western Pleasure ATR 34 HA/AA Western Pleasure Open 27 HA/AA Western Pleasure AATR 41 HA/AA Western Pleasure Ladies & 30 HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR Gentlemen 116HA/AA Western Pleasure Championship ATR HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN REINING 7 HA/AA Reining Horse HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN HUNTER PLEASURE 11 HA/AA Hunter Pleasure 20 HA/AA Hunter Pleasure ATR 95 HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AATR 45 HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JTR 115 HA/AA Hunter Pleasure 53 HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen Championship HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN MISCELLANEOUS 19 HA/AA Ladies Side Saddle 39 HA/AA Mounted Native Costume Open HALF ARABIAN/ANGLO ARABIAN SPORT HORSE 24 HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR 63 HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In Hand ATH 28 HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle Open 64 HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In Hand 31 HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle AOTR 65 HA/AA Sport Horse Stallions In Hand 61 HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In Hand ATH 66 HA/AA Sport Horse Stallions In Hand ATH 62 HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In Hand JOIN US for a catered Exhibitor Party Saturday evening. COSTUMES WELCOME!! Best dressed wins one free class!!
5 PUREBRED ARABIAN DIVISION Horses shown in this division must have been issued a certificate of registration from the Arabian Horse Registry of America, Inc. and/or the Canadian Horse Registry, or if under one year of age, be eligible for registry and registration applied for (Exception: Art. 1699N.1), and must be entered under their full registered name. A copy of the registration papers showing proof of ownership must be submitted with entry form at the time of making entry. These copies will be returned when exhibitors pick up their numbers. In the case of a sale or lease, it is required that a contract of the sale or lease, or statement from owner, be submitted with the copy of registration papers. (Exception: horses under 1 year of age that are eligible for registry and registration applied for.) ARABIAN BREEDING/HALTER & IN-HAND In-Hand Classes shall utilize the In-Ring Judging procedures. 77 Arabian Gelding In Hand ATH 83 Arabian Mare Breeding 2 & Over 78 Arabian Yearling Gelding 84 Arabian Mare Breeding Championship 79 Arabian Gelding In Hand 2 & Over 85 Arabian Yearling Colt Breeding 80 Arabian Gelding In Hand Championship 86 Arabian Stallion Breeding ATH 81 Arabian Mare Breeding ATH 87 Arabian Breeding Stallion 2 & Over 82 Arabian Yearling Filly Breeding 88 Arabian Stallion Breeding Championship 89 Arabian Supreme Halter Championship ARABIAN ENGLISH PLEASURE 18 Arabian English Pleasure Open 43 Arabian English Pleasure AATR 21 Arabian English Pleasure ATR 109 Arabian English Pleasure Championship ARABIAN COUNTRY ENGLISH PLEASURE 2 Arabian Country Pleasure Driving 67 Arabian Country Pleasure Driving ATD 13 Arabian Country English Pleasure ATR 92Arabian Country English Pleasure Open 26 Arabian Country English Pleasure AATR 110Arabian Country English Pleasure 36 Arabian Country English Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen Championship 47 Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR ARABIAN WESTERN PLEASURE 12 Arabian Western Pleasure JTR 42 Arabian Western Pleasure AATR 23 Arabian Western Pleasure ATR 52 Arabian Western Pleasure Open 38 Arabian Western Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen 112Arabian Western Pleasure Championship ATR ARABIAN REINING 6 Arabian Reining Horse ARABIAN HUNTER PLEASURE 14 Arabian Hunter Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen 49 Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR 32 Arabian Hunter Pleasure Open 91 Arabian Hunter Pleasure ATR 46 Arabian Hunter Pleasure AATR 111Arabian Hunter Pleasure Championship ARABIAN MISCELLANEOUS 50 Arabian Mounted Native Costume Open ARABIAN SPORT HORSE 17 Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR 57 Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In Hand ATH 22 Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle Open 58 Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In Hand 40 Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle AOTR 59 Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In Hand ATH 55 Arabian Sport Horse Mares In Hand ATH 60 Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In Hand 56 Arabian Sport Horse Mares In Hand SATURDAY -MAIN RING 9:00 AM Class Code 1 USEF English Pleasure Driving Arabian Country Pleasure Driving Equitation Walk/Trot 10 & Under Western Horsemanship JTR Pleasure Walk/Trot 10 & Under Arabian Reining Horse HA/AA Reining Horse 8 Lead Line 6 & Under *FREE* 9 USEF English Pleasure - Hunt Seat Saddle Seat Equitation JTR HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Arabian Western Pleasure JTR Arabian Country English Pleasure ATR Arabian Hunter Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen HA/AA Country English Pleasure ATR HA/AA Western Pleasure ATR BREAK Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR Arabian English Pleasure Open HA/AA Country English Pleasure JTR HA/AA Hunter Pleasure ATR Arabian English Pleasure ATR Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle Open Arabian Western Pleasure ATR HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle ATR 25 TBA Arabian Country English Pleasure AATR HA/AA Western Pleasure AATR HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle Open HA/AA Country English Pleasure Open HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR HA/AA Sport Horse Under Saddle AOTR Arabian Hunter Pleasure Open
6 HA/AA English Pleasure ATR HA/AA Western Pleasure Open 35 BREAK Arabian Country English Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen 37 TBA Arabian Western Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen HA/AA Mounted Native Costume Open Arabian Sport Horse Under Saddle AOTR HA/AA Western Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen Arabian Western Pleasure AATR Arabian English Pleasure AATR HA/AA Country Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen HA/AA Hunter Pleasure JTR Arabian Hunter Pleasure AATR Arabian Country English Pleasure JTR HA/AA English Pleasure Open Arabian Hunter Pleasure JTR Arabian Mounted Native Costume Open HA/AA Country English Pleasure AATR Arabian Western Pleasure Open HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Ladies & Gentlemen 54 USEF English Pleasure Saddle Seat SATURDAY - DRESSAGE RING 8:00 AM Arabian Sport Horse Mares In Hand ATH Arabian Sport Horse Mares In Hand Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In Hand ATH Arabian Sport Horse Geldings In Hand Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In Hand ATH Arabian Sport Horse Stallions In Hand HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In Hand ATH HA/AA Sport Horse Mares In Hand HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In Hand ATH HA/AA Sport Horse Geldings In Hand HA/AA Sport Horse Stallions In Hand HA/AA Sport Horse Stallions In Hand ATH Junior Exhibitors: Junior Exhibitor classes are limited to riders who have not yet reached their 19th birthday as of December 1st, of the current competition year. Amateur Classes: Every person who has reached his 18th birthday and competes in classes for amateurs under USEF rules must possess current amateur certification issued by USEF. This certification must be available for inspection or the competitor must have lodged with the Show Secretary at least one hour prior to such class an application for such certification provided by USEF. In the event that a person holds an unrevoked certification, but does not have it in his immediate possession, the Show Secretary may accept a signed statement to that effect which must be submitted to the USEF. Maiden, Novice, and Limit Classes 1. Maiden, Novice and Limit classes are open to horses which have not won one/ three/six first place ribbons respectively, at Regular Competitions of the Federation or Equine Canada in the particular performance division or level in which they are shown. See DR137 for all rules related to Maiden, Novice and Limit classes in Dressage Competitions. 2. The Maiden, Novice or Limit status of both riders and drivers is affected by winnings at Regular and Local Competitions. (Exception: Arabian) 3. Ribbons won in one-horse classes do not count in reckoning the maiden, novice or limit status of either horse and/or rider/driver in any division. 4. The status of Maiden, Novice or Limit entries is as of the closing date of entries for any particular Licensed Competition. 5. A Maiden, Novice or Limit Pair is one which has not won more than the specified number of ribbons as a pair. 6. Winnings in Four-In-Hands, Tandems, Teams, Unicorns and Pairs; and winnings in Combination, Local, Model, Breeding and Futurity classes are not considered in reck oning the status of Maiden, Novice or Limit horses. 7. Ponies or horses which lose their Maiden, Novice, Limit or other classification in any division or section will not regain those classifications when shown in the Hunter Pony division or Junior Hunter division. Ponies or horses shown in the Hunter Pony division or Junior Hunter division which lose their classification will not regain them when shown in any other divisions or sections, unless specific regulations are set forth (e.g. Jumper division). 8. In the Andalusian, Arabian, Friesian, Morgan, American Saddlebred, Roadster, and Western divisions, ribbons won within one section do not count in the reckoning of Maiden, Novice or Limit status if the animal competes in a different section (e.g., Arabian Park to Arabian Western Pleasure, Fine Harness to Five-Gaited, Five-Gaited Show Pleasure to Three-Gaited Show Pleasure, Saddle Horse English Country Plea sure to Saddle Horse Hunter Country Pleasure, Western Pleasure to Trail, or Morgan English [Park or Pleasure] to Morgan Western or Morgan Harness [Park or Pleasure] and vice versa). Calls for Classes: When the start of any class with no posted order is being delayed by horses not ready to perform, the competition may be closed at the order of the Judge or Show Committee, provided warning is issued and exhibitors are given 3 minutes in which to appear at the in-gate ready to participate. In classes in which horses compete collectively, after warning is issued the ingate must e closed 2 minutes after the first horse enters the ring. Parking: Specific areas have been set aside for parking of horse trailers and campers. By Order of the State Fire Marshall, there is no parking in front of or between the barns. Admission to Ring: No persons will be allowed in the ring except participants in class, judge, ringmaster, assistants and show photographer. Attendants will be allowed only after being called by the Judge or Ringmaster. Stalling: All stalls will be reserved as paid for NO STALL RESERVATIONS WITHOUT PAY- MENT. Stalling is in permanent stalls 8 x 10 made from wood and wire fencing with wood sliding doors. Horses may be shown out of trailers. NO BEDDING IS PROVIDED. Bedding will be available on show grounds. No nails, staples, or other devices permitted in the permanent stalls. All stalls will be checked for damages and the exhibitor will be charged for such damage to stall (s). Sharps Containers will be available in the stall areas. Competition management may fine any individuals including trainers, owners, exhibitors or their agents up $100 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments.
7 RULES AND REGULATIONS Photostat copies of your Amateur Certification, USEF Membership Card, AHA Membership Card and registration papers (both sides) for each horse entered MUST accompany your entries. Copy of Negative Coggins (6 months) and Health Certificate (30 days) are required for all out-of-state horses. EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERE D BY THE RULES AND SPECIFI- CATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH. Show management will be charged with the responsibility of enforcing all USEF and AHA Rules. Special emphasis will be placed on the rules pertaining to the retention of natural action; expressly hoof length, weighted shoes or action appliances. The use of chains, rollers, or similar devices on the show grounds during or before a s how are prohibited and the Show Committee shall bar violators from further participation for the remainder of the show, and they shall forfeit all entry fees and winnings for the entire s how. USEF Rule XVI, Chapter I, Article 1601 regarding use of pads and bar shoes will be strictly enforced. Show Management retains the right to request measurement of hoofs and inspection of pads of any or all horses in any or all classes. OVAHA, OVAHA BoD, OVAHA Show Management and/or Champions Center/Clark County Fairgrounds accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to any property or equipment, or for any damages to any animal, spectators or exhibitors at this competition. Dress: It is the tradition of the show ring that riders and drivers be correctly attired for the class in question, THAT ATTENDNATS BE NEATLY DRESSED, and horse properly presented. The Show Committee will bar any entry or person from entering the ring if not suitably presented to appear before an audience. Cancellation of Classes: The Show Committee reserves the right to cancel or combine any classes or make any scheduling for the betterment of the show. Protests: A protest may be made to the Show Committee by an exhibitor, an agent, trainer, or the parent of a Junior Exhibitor for any violation of USEF rules. It must be in writing, signed by the protester, addressed to the Secretary of the Show at which the violation occurred accompanied by a deposit of $200 for a member (or parent of junior member) and $300 for a non-member and received by a member of the Show Committee, the Show Manager or the Show Secretary within 48 hours of the alleged violation. This deposit is fully refundable if the protest is upheld. Disqualifications: If any Exhibitor has made any false statements regarding an animal exhibited, or if any Exhibitor shall attempt to interfered with the Judges in the performance of their duties, he or she shall be excluded from exhibiting. Any action, discourtesy or disobedience to the official on the part of the owner, rider, exhibitor, groom or driver will disqualify the horse from being judged. The Show Management reserves the right to remove any of the previously mentions (owner, rider, etc.) without being liable to compensation or damages. Attention Handler: Cruelty to or the abuse of a horse by any person at a recognized show is forbidden. Excessive use of the whip on any horse in stall, runway, schooling area, show ring, or elsewhere on the show grounds before or during a show, by any person, constitutes a violation and renders the offender subject to penalty. Stallions: Stallions may be shown by women and children in all classes except Lead Line and Walk-Trot. Amateur Non-Member: Amateur cards are no longer available for non-members. Only active Federation members may obtain amateur certification. Every person who has reached his/her 18th birthday and competes in classes for amateurs under Federation rules must possess current amateur certification issued by the Federation. (Exception: This is not required for Opportunity classes.) Please make sure these requirements are met for classes restricted to Amateur riders (GR1307). SUNDAY - MAIN RING 9:00 AM Arabian Country Pleasure Driving ATD Showmanship ATH HA/AA Gelding In-Hand ATH HA/AA Yearling Colt/Gelding In Hand HA/AA Gelding In Hand 2 & Over HA/AA Gelding In Hand Championship HA/AA Mare Breeding ATH HA/AA Yearling Mare Breeding HA/AA Mare Breeding 2 & Over HA/AA Mare Breeding Championship Arabian Gelding In Hand ATH Arabian Yearling Gelding Arabian Gelding In Hand 2 & Over Arabian Gelding In Hand Championship 81 9 Arabian Mare Breeding ATH 82 1 Arabian Yearling Filly Breeding 83 1 Arabian Mare Breeding 2 & Over 84 2 Arabian Mare Breeding Championship Arabian Yearling Colt Breeding Arabian Stallion Breeding ATH Arabian Breeding Stallion 2 & Over Arabian Stallion Breeding Championship 89 Arabian Supreme Halter Championship Western Seat Equitation JTR BREAK Stick Horse **FREE** 8 & Under Arabian Hunter Pleasure ATR Arabian Country English Pleasure Open HA/AA English Pleasure AATR Hunter Seat Equitation - Not to Jump ATR HA/AA Hunter Pleasure AATR 96 ACTS Saddle Seat Equitation Walk Trot (All Ages) 97 ACTS Saddle Seat Equitation (All Ages) 98 ACTS Hunt Seat Equitation Walk Trot (All Ages) 99 ACTS Hunt Seat Equitation (All Ages)
8 100 ACTS Hunt Seat Equitation Walk Trot (All Ages) 101 ACTS Horsemanship Walk Trot (All Ages) 102 ACTS Horsemanship (All Ages) 103 ACTS All Seats Walk Trot Championship 104 ACTS All Seats Walk Trot Canter Championship Walk Trot Equitation Championship 10 & Under Walk Trot Pleasure Championship 10 & Under 107 TBA 108 TBA BREAK Arabian English Pleasure Championship Arabian Country English Pleasure Championship Arabian Hunter Pleasure Championship Arabian Western Pleasure Championship ATR HA/AA English Pleasure Championship HA/AA Country English Pleasure Championship HA/AA Hunter Pleasure Championship HA/AA Western Pleasure Championship ATR SUNDAY - DRESSAGE RING 8:00 AM Introductory Test A Introductory Test B Training Level Test Training Level Test Training Level Test First Level Test First Level Test First Level Test Second Level ATR (Test of Choice) Second Level (Test of Choice) Third Level ATR (Test of Choice) Third Level (Test of Choice) Fourth Level ATR (Test of Choice) Fourth Level (Test of Choice) Dressage Seat Equitation JTR Western Dressage Introductory Level Test Western Dressage Introductory Level Test 3 USEF Competition Name: SUMMER SIZZLER I & II USEF #7066 Competition Divisions and Rating: Arabian, Half Arabian/Anglo-Arabian, Jr. Exhibitor Arabian, Jr. Exhibitor Half Arabian/Anglo Arabian, Open English Pleasure
9 Summer Sizzler I is USDF Recognized # Western Dressage Introductory Level Test Western Dressage Basic Level Test Western Dressage Basic Level Test Western Dressage Basic Level Test 4 DRESSAGE classes must be pre-entered NO POST ENTRIES. Dressage classes will not run in the order listed. Choice of Test must be listed on the entry form. Dressage will be limited to 60 rides. Dressage and Sport Horse are Region 14 only.
10 AHA MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT EACH COMPETITOR (THIS INCLUDES AT LEAST ONE RECORDED OWNER AND ALL TRAINERS, DRIVERS, RIDERS, HALTER HANDLERS, COACHES AND THE PER- SON(S) SIGNING THE ENTRY BLANK) IN AN ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION REC- OGNIZED ARABIAN DIVISION, AT THE TIME OF ENTRY INTO A COMPETITION, MUST SUBMIT A COPY OF A VALID AHA MEMBERSHIP/COMPETITION CARD, JOIN AHA OR PAY AN AHA SINGLE EVENT MEMBERSHIP FEE PER COMPETITOR. WHEN AN AGENT SIGNS FOR THE OWNER AT AN AHA RECOGNIZED COMPETI- TION, BOTH THE OWNER AND AGENT MUST BE MEMBERS OF AHA OR PAY THE AHA SINGLE EVENT MEMBERSHIP. SINGLE EVENT MEMBERSHIP IS NOT ACCEPTABLE AT AHA REGIONAL OR NA- TIONAL COMPETITIONS. EXHIBITORS IN WALK-TROT CLASSES ARE EXEMPT FROM AHA MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS AT QUALIFYING COMPETITIONS, BUT MUST HAVE AN AHA MEM- BERSHIP WITH COMPETITION CARD AT AHA REGIONAL AND NATIONAL COMPE- TITIONS. EXHIBITORS IN LEAD LINE CLASSES OR PARENTS/GUARDIANS SIGNING FOR MINORS ARE EXEMPT FROM AHA MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS. (BOD 5/12) Minors who do not have a valid driver's license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind, including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles, on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver's license. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from that operation. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense. Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with Chapter 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. USEF MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level or above and Combined Driving Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and Vaulting Competitions and Endurance Rides. A nonmember may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon payment of a $30 Show Pass fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the Requirements of this rule: 1) leadline; 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) walk trot and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions. 8) Opportunity classes, 9) citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10)USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes.
2016 Class List Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF Rule Book will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith. Life, senior active and junior
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