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                           2014 HAMILTON COUNTY 4-H HORSE AND PONY SHOWBILL

4-H ENGLISH SHOW Thursday, July 17, 2014 2:00 p.m.

Breaks to be announced

Halter Classes

01. Saddle Type Pony Halter (All Ages)

02. Saddle Type Mare Halter (All Ages)

03. Saddle Type Gelding Halter (All Ages)

GC-01 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Saddle Type Halter Horse

04. Saddle-Seat Showmanship at Halter, All Ages

05. Hunter Type Pony Halter, Mares, All Ages

06. Hunter Type Pony Halter, Geldings, All Ages

GC-02 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Hunter Pony at Halter

07. Hunter Type Mare Halter Five Years and Younger

08. Hunter Type Mare Halter Six to Ten Years

09. Hunter Type Mare Halter Eleven Years and Older

10. Hunter Type Mare & Foal (Winners of this class not eligible to show for Grand and Reserve Grand Champion)

GC-03 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Hunter Type Mare

11. Hunter Type Gelding Halter, Five Years and Younger

12. Hunter Type Gelding Halter Six to Ten Years

13. Hunter Type Gelding Halter Eleven Years and Older

GC-04 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Hunter Type Gelding

14. Hunter Type Showmanship at Halter (Junior Exhibitor, grades 3-5)

15. Hunter Type Showmanship at Halter (Intermediate Exhibitor, grades 6-8)

16. Hunter Type Showmanship at Halter (Senior Exhibitor, grades 9-12)

GC-05 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Hunter Type Showmanship

Performance Classes

17. Pleasure Driving, all ages, horse and pony

18. Walk-Trot English Pleasure, Saddle Seat, Open

19. Gaited Horse English Pleasure

20. Saddle Seat English Pleasure, Open

21. Walk-Trot Equitation, Saddle Seat, Open

22. Saddle Seat Equitation, Open

Assisted Riding Classes (some or all of these classes may be held in warm-up arena)

23. Assisted Riding Walk-Trot (beginner)

24. Assisted Riding Walk-Trot (intermediate)

25. Assisted Riding Obstacle Class (beginner)

26. Assisted Riding Obstacle Class (intermediate)

27. Pony Hunter Under Saddle

28. Walk-Trot Hunt Seat Pleasure, Beginner (Horse or Pony, Exhibitors all ages, eligible to show only in other walk-trot classes)

29. Walk-Trot Hunt Seat Pleasure, Open

30. Hunter Under Saddle, Junior Exhibitor (grades 3-7)

31. Hunter Under Saddle, Senior Exhibitor (grades 8-up)

GC-06 Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Hunter Under Saddle

32. Walk-Trot Hunt Seat Equitation, Beginner (Horse or Pony, Exhibitors all ages, eligible to show only in other walk-trot classes)

33. Hunt Seat Equitation, Junior Exhibitor (grades 3-7)

34. Hunt Seat Equitation, Senior Exhibitor (grades 8-up)

GC-07 Grand and Reserve Grand Champion Hunt Seat Equitation 

 

4-H WESTERN SHOW Friday July 18, 2014 10:00 a.m.

Breaks to be announced 

Halter Classes

Mares & Geldings 56” & under

  1. Pony Mares, All Ages
  2. Pony Geldings, All Ages
  3. Mare & Foal (Winners of this class not eligible to show for Grand and Reserve)

GC-08 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Western Pony

  1. Fillies, Five Years Old & Younger
  2. Mares, Six to Ten Years
  3. Mares, Eleven Years & Older
  4. Mare & Foal (Winners of this class not eligible to show for Grand or Reserve)

GC-09 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Western Mare

  1. Geldings, Five Years Old & Younger
  2. Geldings, Six to Ten Years
  3. Geldings, Eleven Years and Older

GC-10 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Western Gelding

  1. Western Showmanship at Halter (Junior Level Exhibitors, grades 3-5)
  2. Western Showmanship at Halter (Intermediate Level Exhibitors, grades 6-8)
  3. Western Showmanship at Halter (Senior Level Exhibitors, grades 9-up)

GC-11 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Western Showmanship at Halter

Performance Classes

  1. Trail, Junior Exhibitor (Exhibitors in grades 3-7) Any Size Animal
  2. Trail, Senior Exhibitors (Exhibitors in grades 8-up) Any Size Animal
  3. Western Pleasure Pony, 56” & Under, Exhibitors All Ages
  4. Western Pleasure Walk-Trot, Beginner (Horse or Pony, Exhibitors All Ages, eligible to show only in other walk-trot classes)
  5. Western Pleasure Walk-Trot, Open (Exhibitors in class 17 not eligible)
  6. Gaited Horse Western Pleasure
  7. Western Pleasure Horse, Junior Exhibitor (Exhibitor grades 3-7)
  8. Western Pleasure Horse, Senior Exhibitor (Exhibitor grades 8-up)

GC-12 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Western Pleasure

  1. Western Horsemanship, Walk-Trot, Beginner (Horse or Pony, Exhibitors All Ages, eligible to show only in other walk-trot classes)
  2. Western Horsemanship, Junior Exhibitor (Exhibitor grades 3-7)
  3. Western Horsemanship, Senior Exhibitor (Exhibitor grades 8-up)

GC-13 Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Western Horsemanship

  1. Reining (4-H Pattern)
  2. Western Riding (4-H Pattern) 

4-H DRESSAGE SHOW Saturday July 19, 2014 8:00 a.m  

Registration for Dressage classes will close on Friday July 18, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. 

Introductory Level

  1. USDF 2011 Introductory Test A
  2. USDF 2011 Introductory Test B
  3. USDF 2011 Introductory Test C

Training Level

  1. USDF 2011 Training Level Test 1
  2. USDF 2011 Training Level Test 2
  3. USDF 2011 Training Level Test 3

First Level

  1. USDF 2011 First Level Test 1
  2. USDF 2011 First Level Test 2
  3. USDF 2011 First Level Test 3

Each horse/rider combination may enter a maximum of 3 classes (all in one level or a combination of 2 consecutive levels). 

Each class will be pinned separately. Ties within a class will be broken as follows:

1.     The higher total collective marks will win. If these are equal:

2.     The higher free walk score will win.  If these are equal:

3.     The higher total rider collective marks will win.  If these are equal:

4.     The higher submission score will win. If these are equal:

5.     The judge will determine the winner.

The two riders with the highest scores from each level will be named Champion & Reserve Champion for that level.  In the event of a tie, the score from the “higher” test of the level will prevail. 

4-H CONTESTING SHOW Saturday July 19, 2014 6:00 p.m.

 Pole Bending (Pony) Junior Exhibitor (grades 3-7)

  1. Pole Bending (Pony) Senior Exhibitor (grades 8-up)

Champion and Reserve Pony Pole Bending (determined by fastest times, no runoffs, classes 36 and 37)

  1. Pole Bending (Horse) Junior Exhibitor (grades 3-7)
  2. Pole Bending (Horse) Senior Exhibitor (grades 8-up)

Champion and Reserve Horse Pole Bending (determined by fastest times, no runoffs, classes 38 and 39)

  1. Barrel Race (Pony) Junior Exhibitor (grades 3-7)
  2. Barrel Race (Pony) Senior Exhibitor (grades 8-up)

Champion and Reserve Pony Barrel Race (determined by fastest times, no runoffs, classes 40 and 41)

  1. Barrel Race (Horse) Junior Exhibitor (grades 3-7)
  2. Barrel Race (Horse) Senior Exhibitor (grades 8-up)

Champion and Reserve Horse Barrel Race (determined by fastest times, no runoffs, classes 42 and 43)

  1. Flag Race (Horse or Pony) Junior Exhibitor (grades 3-7)
  2. Flag Race (Horse or Pony) Senior Exhibitor (grades 8-up)

Champion and Reserve Pony Flag Race (determined by fastest times, no runoffs, classes 44 and 45)

  1. Keyhole Race (Horse or Pony) Junior Exhibitor (grades 3-7)
  2. Keyhole Race (Horse or Pony) Senior Exhibitor (grades 8-up)

Champion and Reserve Horse Keyhole Race (determined by fastest times, no runoffs, classes 46 and 47)

                       4-H HUNTER SHOW Sunday, July 20, 2014 10:00 a.m.

82.Hunter Hack – Pony – rails 2’
83.Hunter Hack – Horse – rails 2’6”
84.Junior Beginner Hunter – Cross Poles
85.
Senior Beginner Hunter – Cross Poles
86.
Junior Beginner Hunter – Rails 18”
87.
Senior Beginner Hunter – Rails 18”
88.
Junior Beginner Equitation Over Fences – Rails 18”
89.
Senior Beginner Equitation Over Fences – Rails 18"
90.
Junior Intermediate Hunter – Rails 2’
91.
Senior Intermediate Hunter – Rails 2’
92.
Junior Working Hunter – Rails 2’6”
93.
Senior Working Hunter – Rails 2’6”
94.
Junior Advanced Hunter – Rails 2’9”
95.
Senior Advanced Hunter – Rails 2’9”
96.
Junior Equitation Over Fences – Rails 2’ – 2’9”
97.
Senior Equitation Over Fences – Rails 2’ – 2’9”

4-H JUMPER SHOW Sunday, July 20, 2014 (30 minutes after last Hunter Class) 

98.  Junior Beginner Jumper – 2’
99.
Senior Beginner Jumper – 2’
100. Junior Low Jumper – 2’3”
101. Senior Low Jumper – 2’3”
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02. Junior Intermediate Jumper – 2’6”
103. Senior Intermediate Jumper – 2’6”
104. Junior Advanced Jumper – 2’9”
105. Senior Advanced Jumper – 2’9”

Exhibitors who plan to jump rails 2’ or higher are encouraged to attend a recommended Jumping Workshop to demonstrate compentency.  Workshop to be held on Monday June 30, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. in the Horse Complex.

Hunter:
Exhibitors entered in a beginner Hunter Class may NOT enter a class with a rail height greater than 2’.

Jumpers:
Exhibitors entered in a beginner Jumper Class may NOT enter a class with a rail height greater than 2’3”.

Champions will be named as follows:
Junior Beginner Hunter (Exhibitor earning the most points in classes 84, 86, 88 & 90)
Senior Beginner Hunter (Exhibitor earning the most points in classes 85, 87, 89 & 91)
Junior Hunter (Exhibitor earning the most points in classes 82, 83, 90, 92, 94 & 96)
Senior Hunter (Exhibitor earning the most points in classes 82, 83, 91, 93, 95 & 97)
Junior Beginner Jumper (Exhibitor earning the most points in classes 98 & 100)
Senior Beginner Jumper (Exhibitor earning the most points in classes 99 & 101)
Junior Jumper (Exhibitor earning the most points in classes 102 & 104)
Senior Jumper (Exhibitor earning the most points in classes 103 & 105)
Points are as follows: 1st=10, 2nd=9, 3rd=8, 4th=7, 5th=6, 6th=5, 7th=4, 8th=3, 9th=2, 10th=1

TWENTY FOURTH ANNUAL 4-H VERSATILITY SHOW
Monday July 21, 2014 10:00 a.m.

106. Showmanship (English or Western)
107. Western Horsemanship
108. English Equitation
109. English Pleasure
110. Western Pleasure
111. Barrel Race (Any style/equipment)

Versatility Show Rules

-          Contestants will compete in two of the first three classes (106,107,108) and two of the last three classes (109,110,111)

-          Arena will be cleared between classes and contestants given (7) minutes for tack and clothing changes (time may be extended if warranted due to weather conditions). Gate will then be closed

-          Contestants must use the same identified 4-H project animal in all versatility classes

-          Refer to the “Indiana 4-H Horse & Pony Handbook” for tack and clothing requirements.

-          The judge will select ten places in each class and awards will be given. First place will be worth a maximum of ten points, second place nine points, etc. Ten places will be awarded to the finalists. Ties will be broken as follows: 

Contestants placing in the most events
Contestants with the most first places
Contestants with the most second places, etc.