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  • NEW HEIGHTS HUNTERS & JUMPERS, LLC

    www.newheightshuntersandjumpers.com HUNTER/JUMPER HORSE SHOW

    January 18-19, 2014 Green Bay/Seymour, Wisconsin at Circle E Equestrian Stables

    Fuzzy Horses Welcome

    Barn & 2 Indoor Arenas Heated to approx. 45-50 degrees

    WHJA & USEF Local Member Competition

    *** Double WHJA Points Will Be Awarded ***

    FUN * FUN * FUN

    CLASSES FOR ALL AGES & LEVELS

    Walk/Trot * Hunter * Jumper * Equitation * Medals * Mini-Medals * Classics

    JUMPER GAMBLER’S CHOICE * ROTATING PAIRS HUNTER/JUMPER RELAY

    A Variety of Great 1st Prizes Will Be Awarded

    FEATURING:

    WHJA CHILD/ADULT JUMPER CLASSIC * WHJA PONY HUNTER CLASSIC

    WHJA LIMIT HUNTER CLASSIC * WHJA CHILD/ADULT HUNTER CLASSIC

    WHJA JUNIOR/AMATUER HUNTER CLASSIC

    SHORT/LONG STIRRUP/LOW ADULT MINI-CLASSIC

    ( ALL 1st PLACE CLASSIC WINNERS WILL RECEIVE A MONOGRAMMED AWARD )

    DISCOUNTED:

    Walk, Walk/Trot, Ground Rail Classes, Beginner Classes, and Lead Line Class

    ENTRIES CLOSE: January 5th, 2014

    A Limited Number of Permanent Stalls Available, However, Portables Stalls Can Be Ordered.

    Please Make Your Stall Reservations Early

    Late Entries Will Be Accepted If There Is Space Available

    Join us For Our Traditional Competitor/Trainer Get-Together

    “FIESTA” Saturday, January 18

    th

    , 2014

    At Approx.

    6:30 p.m.

    Beverages & Nacho’s Will Be Served

    Make Hotel Reservations Early, Due to the Possibility of a Green Bay Packer Play-Off Game.

    MAY 17-18, 2014 - ROBERT GAGE of “JUDGE MY RIDE” CLINIC INFORMATION ENCLOSED

  • NEW HEIGHTS JANUARY 18-19, 2014

    HORSE SHOW

    *ENTRIES CLOSE: JANUARY 5, 2014

    Please Have Entries Postmarked By January 4th, 2014

    * Entries will be accepted after closing date, if stalls are still available

    OFFICIALS:

    Judge(s): Barb Thuerk – Morton Grove, IL

    Steward: Connie L. Curtis – Colfax, WI

    Announcer: Zack Partridge

    Show Manager: Debra Nellis

    Show Secretary: Linda Wehling

    The show office will be open: Friday, January 17th from 5pm-7-pm

    Saturday, January 18th from 7 a.m. to the end of the show

    Sunday, January 19th

    from 7 a.m. to the end of the show

    Medical: TBA - (Medical personnel will be on grounds during show hours Saturday, & Sunday)

    Course Designer: Debra Nellis

    Local Veterinarians: Dr. Schafer 920-837-7766 (Horse Show Vet. On Call)

    Dr. Palmer 920-338-1767

    Great Lakes 920-779-4444

    Surgical Facility: UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine 608-263-7600

    Wisconsin Equine Clinic 262-569-1550

    Farrier (on call): Joe Nygren 920-857-7200

    *Phone numbers for veterinarian and Farrier will be posted in the show office*

    Please Contact Deb Nellis with any questions concerning the horse show.

    FOOD/CONCESSIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE SHOW.

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  • PLEASE

    Join US

    FOR OUR

    trainer/COMPETITOR/SPECTATAOR

    APPRECIATION

    get-together

    “ FIESTA “

    on

    Saturday, January 18

    th

    at approx. 6:30 p.m.

    ***TRAINERS, RIDERS, & SPECTATORS…PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN CHAIRS***

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  • RULES Entries & Entry Deadlines

    * Entries close January 5th, 2014 (Entries should be postmarked no later than January 4th, 2014.)

    * However, if there are stalls still available, entries will still be accepted after January 5th

    , 2014

    Entry Fees are:

    $10 Lead Line & Walk Classes, $15 Ground Rail Classes, $20 Beginner Classes,

    $25 Hunter/Equitation Classes, $25 Jumper Classes, $30 Medal Classes, $30 per Classic, $30 Gambler’s Choice, and $30 Jumper Relay.

    Post Entry Fee is $25 per horse after the closing date of January 5th, 2014

    (Sorry, NO exceptions)

    There will not be a post entry fee for horses entered by the closing date and wanting to enter additional classes the day of the horse show. All entry blanks must be filled out completely

    and legibly with one horse per entry form.

    An open check must accompany every entry.

    A copy of a 2014 coggins (EIA) test must accompany every entry.

    Entry forms must be signed by the owner or agent, trainer, and if the exhibitor is a minor by a parent or guardian.

    Stabling approximately 10x10 portable stalls with doors will also be available for

    $99 for the weekend (Thurs.-Sun.) or $50 per day. (we can order as many portable stalls that we need, however, a stall deposit must be paid by the closing date

    of January 5th, 2014)

    or A limited number of permanent 10x12 box stalls with doors and a few new 10x12 new

    sturdy portables will be available for $139 per weekend (Thurs.-Sun.)

    on a 1st come 1st served basis

    No sharing of stalls is permitted.

    If you have special stabling needs (i.e., stallion, large horse, etc.) we will do our best to

    accommodate your needs. Please call in advance.

    **No stalls will be held without a check.

    If stalls are available, tack stalls will be available for

    $129/portable and $159/permanent.

    TRAINERS

    We have to rent a majority of our portable stalls…, so please have your accurate stall

    reservations in no later than January5th, 2014. Thank you!

    You will be charged for all stalls reserved.

    Stalls will be available Friday, January 17th

    , 2014, after 4:00 p.m. No initial bedding will be provided, however, bedding will be available for purchase. Please –

    no straw bedding .*Please…no nails or screws to be put into stall/barn walls Thank you!

    Bedding Please contact Deb Nellis in advance (no later than January 5th, 2014)

    with your shavings/bedding orders at: (920) 680-7399 or (920) 833-2479, or email at: [email protected] – please confirm your email.

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    mailto:[email protected]

  • Additional Fees: Trailer-In Fee of $30/per animal will be charged for all non-stalled horses and ponies working out of your trailer. Medic Fee of $15 Office Fee of $25 USEF Fee (Drugs & Medications $8 and Administrative $8) $16 USEF Zone Fee of $2 (not applicable at local member shows) Non-Showing/Non-Competing Fee of $50 per horse will be charged for all horses/ponies that are not entered in a division. All horse on the grounds must have a signed entry form completed in the show office. Non Showing/Competing horses must also pay the office fee Camper/RV hook-ups are $40 per day. (Very Limited….Call Ahead) Vendor Fee is $20 per day or $60 per weekend. (Thurs., Fri., Sat., and Sun) with no electricity or $25 per day or $75 per weekend (Thurs. Fri., Sat., and Sun) with electricity.

    Vendors.., PLEASE make arrangements by no later than January 5th. *** All vendors must provide proof of insurance, with Circle E and New Heights as additional

    insured.*** Vendor payment due by January 5th, 2014 Mail payment & Proof of Insurance to:

    NHHJ Show - Deb Nellis at W 1421 County Rd. Vv, Seymour, WI 54165

    Adding and/or Deleting Classes/Divisions We will be requiring ADD/SCRATCH forms for all adds and scratches. Absolutely no adds will be accepted at the gate without an add slip being filed in the office and a copy of the add slip given to the ring master. No exceptions. Riders may scratch classes at any time prior to the start of the class. No scratches will be accepted once the class has started.

    NO numbers will be given out without the entry paid in full or an open check left with the show secretary. Stalls will not be reserved without a check.

    Rules and Regulations Every class offered herein, which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current WHJA and USEF Rule Book will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith, unless otherwise stated. The horse show management reserves the right to itself, to refuse, limit, accept conditionally, or to cancel any entries; disqualify any riders or exhibitor thereby canceling awarded prizes; to change any course, to cancel or combine any unfilled classes, or to change rings or officials, to reschedule classes after due notice to exhibitors; to change specifications in jumper classes as competition warrants, and to intercept all questions and conditions in regard to, or arising out of, or incident to the show without claims for damages or recourse of any kind.

    Please review the WHJA and USEF 2014 Rule Book for the rule changes effective in 2014

    New Heights Hunters & Jumpers, L.L.C. and Circle E Equestrian Stables, L.L.C. will not be responsible in any way for loss or damage to any person, animal, property, or

    equipment, and each exhibitor shall assume all liability for any loss, damage, or injury to any person, animal, property, or equipment that may be caused by them or due to carelessness or

    negligence of any of their subordinates or supervisors.

    Every entry shall constitute an agreement that the person making it, owner, lessee, trainer, agent, manager, coach, rider, and the horse shall be subject to the constitution and rules and

    regulations of the USEF, Wisconsin Hunter Jumper Association, and New Heights Hunters & Jumpers, L.L.C.

    *The Horse Show Committee reserves the right to cancel any classes where the numbers of entries are insufficient,( in which case the entry fee will be refunded), and to combine

    classes or move classes from one ring to another at their discretion. If the number of entries warrant, divisions may be combined to form one division. The Horse Show

    Committee also reserves the right to cancel the horse show at their discretion.

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  • Trainer Splits New Heights offers a service to trainers that allows the trainer to purchase shavings, feed, tack stalls, paddocks, etc. directly from the Horse Show and then split the total amount for some or all of these items and have it charged directly to their client’s horse show bill. The horse show secretary can assist the trainer in this process. Trainer splits will be accepted until 11 a.m. on Saturday (no exceptions) of the show. Please advise your clients that these charges will appear on their show bill. Only dollar amounts will be split (not quantities) and totals will be rounded up to the next whole dollar amount. Trainers are reminded that this is a service provided by the Horse Show and that doing splits in a timely manner is their responsibility. Additionally, any splits uncollected from the client will revert back to the trainer for payment. PLEASE NOTE: Only amounts billed by the horse show to the trainer may be included in the split.

    Dogs & Other Pets Dogs/pets must be kept on leashes and/or restrained by a handler or tied at all times. Pet owners are solely responsible for any damage, claims, losses, or actions resulting from their pets behavior. Pet owners failing to comply with this rule may be subject to penalty under Chapter 6 and 7, as well as issuance or warning cards (As per USEF Rule GR1301.6 - NO LOOSE DOGS/PETS WILL BE TOLERATED!

    Smoking Please, no smoking in the Barn and/or Stabling Areas…Thank you! Parking No parking in fire lanes. Show management reserves the right to ask anyone to move their vehicles and/or trailers at any time.

    Jump Order and Courses Trainers will PRE-POST their order of go at the in gate. The posting order will be strictly

    adhered to, and when called riders will be expected to report to the gate as the preceding rider

    begins. The one minute rule will be enforced. If there is a class conflict, the Show Committee

    will decide which ring has precedence. Over fences classes will have precedence over under

    saddle classes. Jumps and courses in all classes are subject to change at the discretion of the

    Show Committee. Courses will be posted at the in gate. A dotted line may be used for

    courtesy circles.

    Horse/Pony Measurement All ponies and horses to be shown in the pony hunters and/or the junior hunter divisions

    must have a current USEF measurement card prior to showing.

    The Steward & Vet. will be available on Saturday, January 18th from 8:00 a.m. - 8:30

    a.m. to measure your horse or pony. Location: in the barn in between the lounge area

    and the large indoor arena.

    Prizes and Ribbons A 1st place prize and eight ribbons will be awarded in each class. WHJA medal classes

    will be awarded a medal and seven ribbons. Champion and Reserve will be awarded in

    all divisions in accordance with USEF rules. Classics will receive a special prize for 1st

    place and eight ribbons will be awarded.

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  • Hard Hats/Protective Headgear No rider (junior or adult) may ride ANYWHERE on the show grounds without wearing

    protective headgear in accordance with the USEF helmet rule. Any rider in violation of

    this rule will be immediately prohibited from further riding until proper headgear is in

    place. Every adult must wear an approved helmet.

    It is compulsory for riders/persons at Federation licensed Hunter, Jumper, or Hunter/Jumper competitions when mounted anywhere on the competition grounds, to wear properly fastened protective headgear which meets or exceeds ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)/SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) standards for equestrian use and carries the SEI tag. It must be properly fitted with harness secured. A show Committee must bar riders without protective headgear from entering the ring. See USEF Rule GR801.2

    Sharps Containers Sharps containers will be placed in the stabling area, per USEF Rule GR1210.4

    Competition management may fine any individuals up to $100 for improper disposal of

    needles or other sharps disposable instruments.

    Outdoor Ring Size and Footing 4 Rings Measuring: 150 x 400 Jumper/Equitation/Medal with Derby Bank

    128 x 224 Hunter

    104 x 128 Schooling

    72 x 128 Schooling Sand, Limestone, and/or Rubber Footing

    * Please do not lunge in the show arenas (rings) or large indoor arena –

    Thank you!!

    Courses/Grounds: All inquiries, concerns, or requests related to courses, footing, stabling, etc. should be directed to the show manager.

    RAIN or SHINE If weather is severe the show will be moved to the: Indoor arenas (68’ x 200’ Show)

    and

    (68’ x 82’ Schooling).

    Indoor Arena Footing consists of sand and/or rubber

    No refunds will be given due to severe weather.

    Hazardous Weather/Acts of God/Accidents/Emergency Policy Management reserves the right to cancel any classes due to hazardous weather,

    acts of God, accidents or emergencies. Every effort will be made to reschedule

    with priority given to rated classes being offered. No refunds for cancellations

    due to hazardous weather, acts of God, accidents, or emergencies.

    Adding and Deleting Classes/Divisions Absolutely NO ADDS will be accepted at the gate without an add slip being filed at the

    office and a copy of the add slip given to the ring master/gate keeper. Riders may delete

    classes at any time PRIOR TO THE START OF THE CLASS. No deletions/scratches

    will be accepted once the class has begun.

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  • Refunds Reserved stalls are non-refundable. Class fees will not be refunded without a veterinarian

    certificate. To request a refund you must notify the Horse Show Office PRIOR to the

    start of the class. A veterinarian certificate must accompany a request form. No requests

    will be honored after the completion of the show. Scratched classes, no shows, and stall

    fees will not be refunded. Class fees minus a $30 processing/scratch fee will be mailed

    after the horse show.

    Numbers A number will be assigned to each horse entry and must be visible on the rider when in

    the ring. Each horse must be exhibited under his or her own number. There will be a $5

    deposit for exhibitor number, which is refundable upon its return.

    Schooling Schooling will be allowed Thursday after 5:00 p.m. in the ring until 7:00 p.m. Schooling

    on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be closed 60 minutes prior to Show Time, and will

    be allowed after the show until 7:30 p.m.

    A 30 MINUTE SCHOOLING SESSION FOR GROUND RAIL & BEGINNER

    RIDERS WILL OCCUR ON SATURDAY & SUNDAY FROM 7:00 A.M. TO 7:30

    A.M. THIS WILL BE MANAGED SCHOOLING. NO MORE THAN 6 HORSES

    WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE RING AT A TIME.

    *Schooling over fences for children, juniors, and amateurs will

    only be allowed under the supervision of a trainer.

    Non-Negotiable Checks Checks returned by the bank for any reason will be assessed a penalty of $50.00

    or 10 percent of the full amount of the check, whichever is greater. .

    PROFESSIONALS — Please read this and inform your customer that exhibitor numbers will not be issued by the secretary until entry forms are correctly and completely filled out and arrangements for payment are completed.

    PARENTS – If not accompanying minor, please send permission for medical treatment (responsibility for care) with trainer or responsible adult.

    USEF and USHJA Membership:

    USHJA membership is not required for Riders and Owners competing at Local Member Shows, unless the rider wishes to participate in the USHJA Affiliate Equitation Awards Program. Please see Medal Classes section of this prize book for more information.

    Horses showing at the WHJA Local Member shows are required to have a USEF Horse Identification Number (or Horse Recording Number). Please see next page for more information.

    AMATEURS All amateurs must possess a current USEF card and present it to the show secretary before showing.

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  • PRIZE MONEY

    Prize money will be available by check or premium(s) can be subtracted from

    your payment due in the show office. Once the prize money has been

    distributed, all the responsibility of the horse show shall cease.

    USEF RULE REGARDING HORSE RECORDING Any horse competing in a USEF local member competition must have at least a Horse

    ID number (“HID”) through the USEF. For Local Member competitions such as WHJA

    shows, or for competitors not interested in year end points at rated shows, the HORSE

    IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (“HID”) is a simple and low cost option. You can

    obtain a HID number at the horse show office prior to the start of the show, however in

    2007, the USEF has imposed a $10 USEF administration fee for HID numbers issued at a

    competition. A free HID number can be easily requested in advance through the USEF

    website, at: www.usef.org.

    We recommend that anyone who is unsure if their horse is recorded to visit the

    USEF website at: www.usef.org/content/searches/horserecording/search and double

    click. Recording your horse online will only take a few minutes and will save you

    time and money in the horse show office.

    USEF Rule Regarding minors operating MOTORIZED VEHICLES In accordance with GR1301.7: 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 parents(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry

    blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicles in the

    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.

    WISCONSIN LAW REGARDING EQUINE ACTIVITIES

    “NOTICE: A PERSON WHO IS ENGAGED FOR COMPENSATION IN THE RENTAL OF EQUINES OR EQUINE EQUIPMENT OR TACK OR IN THE

    INSTRUCTION OF A PERSON IN THE RIDING OR DRIVING OF AN EQUINE

    OR IN BEING A PASSENGER UPON AN EQUINE IS NOT LIABLE FOR THE

    INJURY OR DEATH OF A PERSON INVOLVED IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES, AS

    DEFINED IN SECTION 895.481 (1) section (e) OF THE WISCONSIN STATE

    STATUTES.”

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    *PLEASE READ!

    http://www.usef.org/http://www.usef.org/content/searches/horserecording/search

  • COGGINS Due to Wisconsin State Regulations Regarding EIA and as per USEF RULE GR907.3

    and under penalty of USEF Rule GR703 ALL HORSES/PONIES MUST HAVE A 2014

    NEGATIVE COGGINS (with horses show name) .

    *PLEASE ATTACH A COPY OF YOUR COGGINS TEST TO

    YOUR ENTRY FORM & BE PREPARE TO SHOW ORIGINAL AT CHECK-IN

    IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING HEALTH CERTIFICATION:

    In the unlikely event of an outbreak of any highly infectious disease

    (EHV-1, Strangles, etc.) Show Management reserves the right to require proof

    of vaccination for such disease and current health status of any horses entered at

    the competition. If such measure needs to be taken, no horses will be allowed

    onto the show grounds without said documentation. If Show Management

    deems this step necessary, competitors will be notified no fewer than 10 days

    prior to the start date of the competition.

    HUNTER DIVISIONS

    All classes to be judged on performance and soundness, unless otherwise noted, with an emphasis on manners. Extreme speed to be penalized. Fences shall simulate obstacles found in the hunt field, including gates, brush, post and rail, coops, boxes, and walls.

    Hunter under saddle is to be shown at a walk, trot and canter in both directions of the ring. Light contact with the horse’s mouth is required. Horses should be obedient, alert, responsive, and move freely. Horses will not be eliminated for slight errors. Horses may be asked to hand gallop at the discretion of the judge. No more than eight horses will be asked to hand gallop at one time, and horses are not to gallop in green hunter divisions. Martingales are prohibited.

    Warm-Up Hunter Open to any horse and rider

    201. Saturday Warm-Up – (Classes 1 thru 19 only)

    202. Saturday Warm-Up – All Day

    700A. Saturday Warm-Up - Ground Rail

    203A. Saturday Warm-Up – Beginner

    303 Sunday Warm-Up – All Day

    700B. Sunday Warm-up- Ground Rail

    203B. Sunday Warm-up – Beginner

    Walking Hunter

    Open to any rider in their first year of showing. Formal attire not required.

    Riders may not cross enter into any other class except for lead line and walking

    equitation. Riders will be asked to walk, halt, and change direction. This

    division does not award champion or reserve champion. Not recognized by

    WHJA for year-end awards. 801 Walking Hunter

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  • *GROUND RAIL HUNTER (Discounted Class)

    Open to riders in their first year of showing. Riders may not cross enter into any

    other classes, except Ground Rail Equitation. Riders never to have shown at any

    USEF/WHJA recognized show, except in lead line class. “Ground Rails over

    fences” classes will be one time around the outside of the arena at either a trot or

    canter. Ribbons will be awarded for 1st -8

    th place. Riders are eligible for

    Ground Rails for one year only. Formal attire not required. *NOT

    RECOGNIZED BY WHJA for year-end awards.

    700. Ground Rail Hunter Warm-up o/f 6” max.

    701. Ground Rail Hunter o/f 6” max.

    702. Ground Rail Hunter o/f 6” max.

    703. Ground Rail W/T

    704. Ground Rail W/T/C

    Beginner Rider Hunter (Discounted Classes) Open to riders in their first year of showing or riders who have never won a blue ribbon at a USEF recognized horse show. Riders will retain their eligibility for the entire show season. Riders who have won three (3) blue ribbons over fences (between Hunter and Equitation) at USEF – recognized shows are ineligible to compete in a beginner rider division the following year. Riders may only show at 1’9”, and once riders enter classes with higher jump specifications, riders are immediately ineligible for this division. *May only cross enter into the Beginner Rider Equitation. Riders competing in this division cannot compete in the under saddle classes for Hunter divisions with fence heights 2’3” or over. They may do their age group Equitation flat classes only. (No bending lines or in and outs.) Fence height 1’9”. ( cross rails-with no changes of direction.) *Beginner riders who are 11 and under and do not compete over fences in their Beginner division may compete in the Short Stirrup under saddle classes and their age group equitation on the flat class. Once a beginner rider competes over fences in their division, they are no longer eligible to ride in any division flat classes where fence heights exceeds their Beginner division height of 1’9”

    98. Beginner Rider Hunter o/f 1’9”

    99. Beginner Rider Hunter o/f 1’9”

    94. Beginner Rider Hunter u/s W/T

    96. Beginner Rider Hunter u/s W/T/C

    Short Stirrup Hunter The division is open to horses or ponies ridden by a junior, 11 years of age and under, who is a beginner rider. Riders in this division may not cross enter into any other WHJA year end award class at the same show except the Short Stirrup Equitation and 11 and under Equitation. Riders competing in this division cannot compete in the under saddle classes for Hunter divisions with fence heights 2’3” or over. Class may be combined with the Long Stirrup and/or Low Adult Amateur Hunter if entries warrant.(No bending lines or in and outs.) Fence height 2’.

    107. Short Stirrup Hunter o/f 2’

    108. Short Stirrup Hunter o/f 2’ **** First round classic

    103. Short Stirrup Hunter u/s

    888. Short/Long Stirrup/Low Adult Amateur Classic

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  • Low Adult Hunter The Low Adult Amateur Hunter division is open to horses or ponies ridden by a non-

    professional adult rider age 18 and over who is a beginner rider. Fence heights for this

    division are 2’. Riders may not cross-enter into any other division at the same show

    except Low Adult Amateur Equitation. Once a rider enters any class with over-fence

    specifications higher than 2’ (except their age group equitation flat class), they are no

    longer eligible for this division. Class may be combined with Long Stirrup and/or Short

    Stirrup Hunter divisions if entries warrant. Riders may remain in this division until they

    have won six (6) blue ribbons, but will keep their eligibility for the entire year. Fence heights 2’. 139. Low Adult Amateur Hunter o/f 2’

    135. Low Adult Amateur Hunter o/f 2’**** First round Classic

    131. Low Adult Amateur Hunter u/s

    137. Low Adult Amateur Hunter W/T

    888. Short/Long Stirrup/Low Adult Amateur Classic

    Long Stirrup Hunter The division is open to horses or ponies ridden by a rider 12 to 17 years of age, who is a

    beginner rider. Riders in this division may not cross enter into any other WHJA year end

    award class at the same show except the Long Stirrup Equitation. Riders competing in

    this division cannot compete in the under saddle classes for Hunter divisions with fence

    heights 2’3” or over. They may do their age group Equitation flat classes only. Classes may be combined with Low Adult Amateur and/or Short Stirrup Hunter divisions if

    entries warrant. (No bending lines or in and outs.) Fence height 2’. 113. Long Stirrup Hunter o/f 2’

    114. Long Stirrup Hunter o/f 2’**** First round classic

    110. Long Stirrup Hunter u/s

    888. Short/Long Stirrup/Low Adult Amateur Classic

    Limit Hunter Open to Junior and Amateur Adult Riders. Riders can not cross enter into classes that

    exceed 2’6”, including age group equitation, unless baby green hunter restrictions apply.

    Fence height 2’3”.

    69. Limit Hunter o/f 2’3”

    70. Limit Hunter o/f 2’3”

    116. Limit Hunter o/f 2’3” ****First round of classic

    65. Limit Hunter u/s

    Lead Line Open to any child or adult. To be shown in hand at the walk and to be judged on style,

    personality, with an emphasis on confidence. Proper show attire is not required. 500. Lead Line

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  • Baby Green Hunter Open to horses or ponies that have never before shown over fences at any USEF recognized show prior to October 16th of the current show season. Baby Green Hunters may not enter any classes exceeding 2’3” or they shall lose their eligibility for the remaining year. A horse or pony may compete in this division for one year only. (No bending lines or in and outs.) Fence heights 2’ – 2’3”

    1. Baby Green Hunter o/f 2’3”

    2. Baby Green Hunter o/f 2’3”

    3. Baby Green Hunter o/f 2’3”

    4. Baby Green Hunter u/s

    Low Working Hunter Open to all horses and ponies not restricted by fence height regulations.. Fence height

    2’6”.

    5. Low Working Hunter o/f 2’6”

    6. Low Working Hunter o/f 2’6”

    7. Low Working Hunter o/f 2’6”

    8. Low Working Hunter u/s

    Pre-Green Hunter Open to horses in their first year of showing over fences higher than 2’3”. A horse may compete in this division for one year only. Fence height 2’6”.

    9. Pre-Green Hunter o/f 2’6”

    10. Pre-Green Hunter o/f 2’6”

    11. Pre-Green Hunter o/f 2’6”

    12. Pre-Green Hunter u/s

    Green Working Hunter Open to horses in their first or second year of showing over fences higher than 2’6”.. Fence heights: 3’ for first year, 3’3” for second year. May be combined with Performance Hunter if there is insufficient entries to fill the class.

    17. Green Working Hunter o/f 3’-3’3”

    18. Green Working Hunter o/f 3’-3’3”

    19. Green Working Hunter o/f 3’-3’3”

    20. Green Working Hunter u/s

    Performance Hunter (Low and High) Open to any horse of any age that is unrestricted by previous showing in any division. Fence height for Low Performance Hunter to be set at 3’ to 3’3”. Fence heights for High Performance Hunter to be set at 3’3” to 3’6”. May be combined with Green Working Hunters at the respective fence heights , if insufficient entries to fill the class. Fence height 3’ -3’6”.

    21. Performance Hunter o/f 3’-3’6”

    22. Performance Hunter o/f 3’-3’6”

    23. Performance Hunter o/f 3’-3’6”

    24. Performance Hunter u/s

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  • Child / Adult Hunter Open to Junior and Adult non-professional riders on horses or ponies. Entries may not cross enter into divisions exceeding 2’9”. Adults and children may be split if entries warrant. Fence height 2’6”. 76. Child / Adult Hunter o/f 2’6”

    77. Child / Adult Hunter o/f 2’6”

    120. Child / Adult Hunter o/f 2’6”****First round of classic 75. Child / Adult Hunter u/s

    Modified Junior / Amateur Hunter Open to all Amateur Riders. Not limited by fence height restrictions. Fence height 2’9”. 88. Modified Junior/Amateur Hunter o/f 2’9”

    89. Modified Junior/Amateur Hunter o/f 2’9”

    124. Modified Junior/Amateur Hunter o/f 2’9” 87. Modified Junior/Amateur Hunter u/s

    *NOTE: Competitors in the Modified Division may compete in the Junior/Amateur Classic

    Junior / Amateur Hunter Division combines the small/large junior division. Class specifications as stated in the current rule book for each section including fence heights and measurement card requirements, but to be run as a single show division. Divisions retain separate year end awards. Combined division may be split at show manager’s discretion if entries warrant. Fence height 3’. 91. Junior/Amateur Hunter o/f 3’ 92. Junior/Amateur Hunter o/f 3’ 125. Junior/Amateur Hunter o/f 3’ ****First round of classic 90. Junior/Amateur Hunter u/s

    Pony Working Hunter All classes limited to ponies 14.2 hands and under; open to riders who have not reached their 18

    th birthday. Entries must be handled by a junior exhibitor in

    all phases of the horse show. No pony may be shown unless it possesses a current measurement card or valid measurement card or valid measuement issued by the USEF. Manners and suitability of the pony for the rider shall be emphasized in all classes. Extreme speed shall be penalized. Small / Medium Pony Working Hunter Small ponies are ponies not exceeding 12.2. Fence height 2’. Medium ponies are over 12.2 but not exceeding 13.2. Fence height 2’3”. 73. Sm/Med Pony Working Hunter o/f 2’-2’3” 74. Sm/Med Pony Working Hunter o/f 2’-2’3” 118. Sm/Med Pony Working Hunter o/f 2-2’3” ****First round of classic 72. Sm/Med Pony Working Hunter u/s

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  • Large Pony Working Hunter Large ponies are over 13.2 but not exceeding 14.2. Fence height 2’6”. 85. Large Pony Working Hunter o/f 2’6” 86. Large Pony Working Hunter o/f 2’6” 122. Large Pony Working Hunter o/f 2’6” ****First round of classic 84. Large Pony Working Hunter u/s

    *Green Pony Hunter Open to ponies of any age that have not been shown over fences at the regulation height or higher for its respective section prior to December 1

    st of the

    current competition year at a USEF recognized competition. Ponies who have not broken their Green Status must jump less than regulation height in open classes or their Green Status will be broken. *NOT RECOGNIZED BY WHJA. Fence height 1’9”.

    61. Green Pony Hunter o/f 1’9” 62. Green Pony Hunter o/f 1’9” 60. Green Pony Hunter u/s

    The WHJA is proud to participate in the

    USHJA Affiliate Equitation Awards Program

    Specifications: This Equitation Award program is available through Medal Classes at local-member horse shows recognized by organizations that are Affiliate Members of the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association

    (USHJA). Riders may choose to participate by competing in Medal Classes at WHJA recognized

    local-member horse shows. The rider must be an Outreach, Associate, or Active Member of the USHJA for Medal Class points to count toward this USHJA year-end award. Medal Class points

    accumulated at WHJA-recognized local-member shows throughout the competition year will

    determine the year-end award winners. The top ten point earners in each Medal Equitation section who are USHJA Members at the Outreach level or higher will be awarded a special USHJA

    keepsake. In addition, the top USHJA-member point earner in each of the Medal Equitation sections

    receives a USHJA high score award and their photo in the Affiliates Award Yearbook that the USHJA publishes annually.

    USHJA Membership Requirements for Participation: The purpose of the Affiliate Equitation Awards Program is to increase the USHJA's outreach in the

    equestrian community, by further informing and educating individuals who participate in equestrian sports at the unrecognized and local horse show level. To encourage participation, the USHJA has

    created a new Outreach membership level which, for an annual fee of $15, provides access to

    USHJA resources, including a subscription to In Stride magazine and bi-weekly emails of important news, reminders, resources, and information. Online membership enrollment or a membership form

    are available at www.ushja.org. You may also join the USHJA through the horse show secretary,

    however, your membership must be completed prior to participating in a medal class for points to count toward this award.

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  • MEDAL CLASSES WHJA/USHJA Affiliate Pony Medal Open to junior members of the WHJA who have not reached their 18

    th birthday on

    ponies. Riders must also be Affiliate Member of the USHJA to qualify for the USHJA Affiliate Equitation Awards Program. Two or more tests of the top four riders are required, tests 1-8. To fill a class four riders must complete the course. One rider per pony. Fence heights vary with height of pony. Small 2’ Medium 2’3” and Large 2’9”

    82. USHJA-WHJA Pony Medal

    WHJA/USHJA Affiliate Junior / Adult Medal Open to Junior and Adult members of the WHJA. Riders must also be Affiliate Member of the USHJA to qualify for the USHJA Affiliate Equitation Awards Program. To be shown over a Figure Eight Course of not less than six obstacles at 2’6” – 2’9”, must include two changes of direction. Two or more tests of the top four riders are required, tests 1-8. To fill a class four riders must complete the course. One rider per horse.

    83. USHJA-WHJA Junior / Adult Medal 2’6” – 2’9”

    MINI-MEDAL CLASSES

    Limit Mini-Medal Open to Limit riders only to be shown over a figure eight course of not less than six obstacles with fence heights at 2’ – 2’3”; must include two changes of direction. Two or more tests of the top four riders are required; Test 1-8. To fill a class, four (4) riders must complete the course. One rider per horse.

    71. Limit Mini-Medal Short and Long Stirrup/Low Amateur Adult Mini-Medals Open to Short and Long Stirrup/Low Amateur Adult riders only. To be shown over a course of not less than six obstacles with fence heights at 2’; must include two changes of direction. Two or more tests of the top four riders are required; Tests 1-8. To fill a class four riders must complete the course; one rider per horse.

    115. Short Stirrup Mini-Medal

    138. Low Amateur Adult/Long Stirrup Mini-Medal

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  • Beginner Mini-Mini-Medal

    Open to Beginner riders only. To be shown over a course of not less than six

    obstacles with fence heights at 1’6”; must only include one change of direction.

    Two or more tests of the top four riders are required, test. To fill a class, four riders

    must complete the course; one rider per horse.

    100. Beginner Mini-Mini-Medal

    Ground Rail Mini-Mini Medal

    Open to beginner riders only showing in the Ground Rail Hunter and/or Ground Rail

    Equitation Classes Only. To be shown over not less than six ground poles.

    709. Ground Rail Mini-mini Medal

    EQUITATION DIVISIONS

    *Equitation at the Walk

    Open to any rider in their first year of showing. Formal attire not required.

    Riders may not cross enter into any other class except for lead line and walking

    hunter. Riders will be asked to walk, halt, jumping position and change

    direction, and may possibly be asked a few questions.. This division does not

    award champion or reserve champion. Not recognized by WHJA for year-

    end awards. 802. Walking Equitation

    *Ground Rail Equitation (Discounted Classes) Open to riders in their first year of showing. Riders may not cross enter into any

    other classes, except Ground Rail Hunter classes. Riders never to have shown at

    any USEF/WHJA recognized show, except lead line class. “Ground Rails over

    fences” classes will be one time around the outside of the arena at either a trot or

    canter. Ribbons will be awarded for 1st -8

    th place. Riders are eligible for

    Ground Rails for one year only. Formal attire not required. *NOT

    RECOGNIZED BY WHJA for year -end awards.

    705. Ground Rail W/T

    706. Ground Rail W/T/C

    707. Ground Rail o/f (6” max.)

    709. Ground Rail Mini-Mini Medal (See Medal section – Page 16)

    Limit Equitation

    Open to Junior and Adult riders. Riders can not cross enter into classes that

    exceed 2’6”. Fence height 2’3”.

    68. Limit Equitation o/f 2’3”

    64. Limit Equitation On the Flat

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  • Beginner Rider Equitation (Discounted Classes)

    Open to riders in their first year of showing or riders who have never won a blue

    ribbon at a USEF recognized show. Riders will retain their eligibility for the

    entire show season. Riders who have won three (3) blue ribbons over fences

    (between Hunter and Equitation) at USEF recognized shows are ineligible to

    compete in a Beginner Rider division the following year. Riders may only show

    at 1’9”, and once riders enter classes with higher jump specifications, riders are

    immediately ineligible for this division. May only cross enter into the Beginner

    Rider Hunter. Fence height 1’9”. (Cross rails with no change of direction.)

    93. Beginner Rider Equitation On the Flat (walk – trot)

    95. Beginner Rider Equitation On the Flat (walk – trot – canter)

    97. Beginner Rider Equitation o/f 1’9”.

    Short Stirrup Equitation

    The division is open to horses or ponies ridden by a junior, 11 years of age and

    under, who is a beginner rider. Riders in this division may not cross enter into

    any other WHJA year end award class at the same show except the Short Stirrup

    Hunter and 11 and under Equitation. Riders competing in this division cannot

    compete in the under saddle classes for Hunter divisions with fence heights 2’3”

    or over. Short Stirrup riders may do their equitation over fences 1’9”. Fence

    height 2’.

    101. Short Stirrup Equitation On the Flat (walk – trot)

    102. Short Stirrup Equitation On the Flat (walk – trot – canter) 105. Short Stirrup Equitation o/f 1’9”-2’

    Long Stirrup Equitation The division is open to horses or ponies ridden by an exhibitor 12 to 17 years of age, who is a beginner rider. Riders in this division may not cross enter into any other WHJA year end award class at the same show except the Long Stirrup Hunter. Riders competing in this division cannot compete in the under saddle classes for Hunter divisions with fence heights 2’3” or over. They may do their age group Equitation flat classes only. Fence height 2’.

    109. Long Stirrup Equitation On the Flat

    111. Long Stirrup Equitation o/f 2’

    112. Long Stirrup Equitation o/f 2’

    Equitation (age divided)

    106. 11 and under Equitation o/f 1’9”

    104. 11 and under Equitation On the Flat

    67. 12-14 Equitation o/f 2’3” 63. 12-14 Equitation On the Flat

    81. 15-17 Equitation o/f 2’6” – 2’9”

    78. 15-17 Equitation On the Flat

    80. Adult Equitation o/f 2’6” – 2’9” 79. Adult Equitation On the Flat

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  • Low Adult Equitation

    The Low Adult Amateur Equitation division is open to horses or ponies ridden

    by a non-professional adult rider age 18 and over who is a beginner rider. Fence

    heights for this division are 2’. Riders may not cross-enter into any other

    division at the same show except Low Adult Amateur Equitation. Once a rider

    enters any class with over-fence specifications higher than 2’ (except their age

    group equitation flat class), they are no longer eligible for this division. Class

    may be combined with Long Stirrup division if entries warrant. Riders may

    remain in this division until they have won six (6) blue ribbons, but will keep

    their eligibility for the entire year.

    132. Low Adult Amateur Equitation o/f 2’

    133. Low Adult Amateur Equitation o/f 2’

    130. Low Adult Amateur Equitation u/s

    136. Low Adult Amateur Equitation W/T

    JUMPER DIVISIONS

    All Jumper classes are to be judged on faults under Table II in accordance with USEF

    rules. Horses tied for other than first shall remain tied.

    Order of Go: Riders/Trainers will PRE-POST their order of go at the in gate. The posting

    order will be strictly adhered to, and when called riders will be expected to

    report to the gate as the preceding rider begins. The USEF one minute rule will

    be enforced. If there is a class conflict, the Show Committee will decide which

    ring has precedence. Over fences classes will have precedence over under

    saddle classes. Jumps and courses in all classes are subject to change at the

    discretion of the Show Committee. Courses will be posted at the in gate

    *Hopeful Jumper Horse/Pony Open to any rider on a horse/pony in its 1

    st or 2

    nd year of showing jumpers at

    USEF recognized shows. Horses may cross enter into classes which fence

    height does not exceed 2’9”. Fence Heights 2’3”

    *NOT RECOGNIZED BY WHJA.

    34. Hopeful Jumper Horse/Pony 2’3” Table II, Sec. 2b 35. Hopeful Jumper Horse/Pony 2’3” Table II, Sec. 2c

    48. Hopeful Jumper Horse/Pony 2’3” Table II, Sec. 1

    49. Hopeful Jumper Horse/Pony 2’3” Table II, Sec. 2b

    *Low Child/Adult Jumper Open to any horse or pony ridden by a child or amateur adult rider. May cross

    enter into classes which fence heights do not exceed 2’9”. Fence heights 2’3”-

    2’6”. *NOT RECOGNIZED BY WHJA.

    36. Low Child/Adult Jumper 2’3”-2’6” Table II, Sec. 2b 37. Low Child/Adult Jumper 2’3”-2’6” Table II, Sec. 2c

    50. Low Child/Adult Jumper 2’3”-2’6” Table II, Sec. 1

    51. Low Child/Adult Jumper 2’3”-2’6” Table II, Sec. 2b

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  • Low Jumper

    Open to any horse or pony. Fences not to exceed 2’9”. 38. Low Jumper 2’6” – 2’9” Table II, Sec. 2b 39. Low Jumper 2’6” – 2’9” Table II, Sec. 2c

    52. Low Jumper 2’6” – 2’9” Table II, Sec. 1

    53. Low Jumper 2’6” – 2’9” Table II, Sec. 2b

    Child / Adult Jumper

    Open to any horse or pony ridden by a child or amateur adult.

    Fences not to exceed 2’9”–3’.

    See class 333 under CLASSICS for 5th class in this division.

    42. Child / Adult Jumper 2’9” - 3’ Table II, Sec. 2b 43. Child / Adult Jumper 2’9” - 3’ Table II, Sec. 2c

    56. Child / Adult Jumper 2’9” - 3’ Table II, Sec. 1

    57. Child / Adult Jumper 2’9” - 3’ Table II, Sec. 2b

    333. Child / Adult Classic 2’9” - 3’ Table II, Sec. 2a or 2b

    Modified Jumper Open to any horse and rider. To be judged on faults and time in accordance

    with USEF rules. Fences not to exceed 3’6”. 44. Modified Jumper 3’3” - 3’6” Table II, Sec. 2b 45. Modified Jumper 3’3” - 3’6” Table II, Sec. 2c

    58. Modified Jumper 3’3” - 3’6” Table II, Sec. 1

    59. Modified Jumper 3’3” - 3’6” Table II, Sec. 2b

    Gambler’s Choice – Sponsored by: New Heights - FUN * FUN * FUN In this top scoring competition, each obstacle is allotted a number of points, from 20 to

    120 according to difficulty. Competitors are credited with the number of points allotted

    to each obstacle provided it is jumped clear. No point is awarded for an obstacle knocked

    down. Each competitor is allowed a fixed time of 50 seconds. During this time, he/she

    can jump all the obstacles he chooses in the order and direction that he desires. A bell or

    whistle will indicate the end of the course. The competitor must then cross the finish

    line, from whatever direction so that the Judge can register the time. Each obstacle can

    be jumped twice to count. The competitor will then be allotted 20 seconds to jump the

    joker one time for a plus or minus 200 points. The competitor with the greatest number

    of points is the winner. In case of equality of points and time, there will be a jump-off

    according to the same formula with a fixed time of 50 seconds.

    In order to be eligible you and your horse must have entered, shown, and completed the

    course in at lease three jumper classes at this show. This class will be open to all jumper

    riders. You must complete at the highest height you jumped at this show. (Heights will

    vary according to highest division shown. Fence heights 2’3” – 3”. Joker jump may be

    higher. Not USEF or WHJA Recognized. It’s Just For Fun!!!

    Fancy Horse Neck Ribbons Will be Awarded

    1st Place Winner Will Receive A Monogrammed Saddle Pad.

    777. Gambler’s Choice

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  • Hunter/Jumper Pairs Relay Class (Rotating Pair Relay)

    FUN ● FUN ● FUN

    This competition is for teams of two. A horse can only compete once in this class, but a

    rider may compete on more than one horse. The entire course must be jumped in the

    correct order by each competitor alternating fences. The competitor who crosses the start

    line must jump the first obstacle and the competitor who jumps the last obstacle must

    cross the finish line.

    Example: Horse #1 – Jumps Fence #1, 3, 5, 7, 9

    Horse #2 – Jumps Fence #2, 4, 6, 8, 10

    Competitors must change over every other fence. A change is obligatory whenever a

    fault is incurred. A fault is indicated by an audible signal at which time the other

    competitor continues the course from the next obstacle. In the event of disobedience, the

    other competitor must first jump the obstacle which has not been jumped by his partner

    and then continue the course. Fences 2’3”max.

    Faults incurred are penalized by adding four seconds for each occurrence to the time of

    the round. The first two disobediences are penalized only by time, the third disobedience

    incurs elimination. Should a competitor jump an obstacle before his partner has landed

    over preceding obstacle, the pair will be eliminated. The fastest time overall wins. In the

    case of a tie for first place only, there will be a jump-off over a shortened course. Not

    USEF or WHJA Recognized. It Is Just For Fun!!!

    Fancy Horse Neck Ribbons Will Be Awarded

    1st Place Winners Will Receive A Monogrammed Saddle Pad 222. Hunter/Jumper Pairs Class (Rotating Pair Relay) 2’3”

    JUMPER CLASSIC

    *All the Classics are Approved By WHJA For:

    Bonus/Double Points Jumper Classic must be entered by noon of show Saturday, January 18,

    2014. (From WHJA Rulebook): WHJA Jumper Classic - “Horse and rider must be WHJA members for points to be awarded. To be eligible, horse/rider combination

    must have competed in at least one of two classes in the division, if a two-class jumper

    division is offered; or in two of three classes if a three-class jumper division is offered. *

    If approved by the WHJA Board of Directors to offer bonus points, at least four

    horses/riders must successfully complete the course. Any speculative variations must

    be approved by the WHJA Board of Directors before prize list is established.” Proper attire

    required.

    You must ride for ribbons! ☺

    333. WHJA Child/Adult Jumper Classic 2’9” – 3’ Table II, Sec. 2a or 2b

    *All 1st Place Classic Winners Will Receive a Monogrammed Award

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  • HUNTER CLASSICS

    *All the Classics are Approved By WHJA For:

    Bonus/Double Points

    Hunter Classic must be entered by close of show Saturday, January 18,

    2014. (From WHJA Rulebook): WHJA Hunter Classic – “Classics are to be judged as a hunter class. In order for points to be awarded, approval must be obtained in

    advance from the WHJA Board of Directors. *Six horses/ponies must have completed

    the course in order for points to count. To be eligible, the horse/pony must have

    entered, shown, and completed the course in at least two over fences classes in the hunter

    session. The Classic must be conducted in a two-round class. Horse/pony and rider must

    be a member of the WHJA for points to be awarded. Course to contain a minimum of 10

    fences in the first round.”

    You must ride for ribbons! ☺ 121. WHJA Child/Adult Hunter Classic 2nd Round. First Round Class 120

    117. WHJA Limit Hunter Classic 2nd Round. First Round Class 116. 119. WHJA Pony Hunter Classic (combined) 2nd Round. First Round

    Class 118 S/M & Class 122 Large.

    *126. WHJA Jr/Am Hunter Classic 2nd Round. First Round Class 125.

    *Note: Modified hunter division competitors who do not compete in the Child/Adult Hunters may compete in the Jr/Am Classic as

    long as the fence height restrictions are as followed:

    1. Modified Hunter Over Fences, class #124, will count as the

    first round Classic for the Jr./Adult Am. Classic.

    2. Jr./Adult Am. Classic round will be 2’9” with the back rail

    of oxers set at 3’0”.

    *All 1st Place Classic Winners Will Receive a Monogrammed Award

    ********** ***

    Also, for fun we will offer a:

    Short/Long Stirrup/Low Adult Hunter Mini Classic

    Class # 888 (Will count for year-end Classic points)

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  • HOTELS

    **Make Hotel Reservations Early Due To Possible

    In Town Packer Play Off Game**

    ***Please reserve below rooms by December 15, 2014***

    *Comfort Inn & Suites (920) 499-7449

    *Fairfield/Hampton Inn (920) 498-9200

    *AmericInn (920) 434-4620

    The Above Hotel Rooms Are Under The New Heights Horse Show.

    Other Hotel/Motel Options

    Aloft (920) 884-0800 Windgate (920) 617-2000

    Baymont (920) 494-7887 Hilton (920) 405-0400

    Tundra Lodge (920) 405-8700 AmericInn Shawano (800) 634-3444

    Regency Suites (920) 432-4555 Days Inn (920) 435-4484

    Comfort Inn Shawano (715) 524-9090 Quality Inn & Suites (920) 437-8771

    Motel 6 (920) 494-6730 Days Inn City Center (920) 435-4484

    Ramada (920) 499-0631 Settle Inn Kaukauna (920) 766-0088

    Best Western – Shawano (715) 526-9595 Settle Inn (920) 499-1900

    Radisson (920) 494-7300 Cecil Fireside Inn (715) 745-6444

    Howard Johnson (920) 499-5121 Super 8 Shawano (715) 526-6688

    Sleep Inn De Pere (920) 338-8800 Clarion Kress Inn De Pere (920) 403-5100

    Country Inn & Suites (920) 336-6600

    For More information about the show or to reserve stalls

    contact Deb at:

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  • MAP TO:

    NEW HEIGHTS HORSE SHOW

    NOTE: PLEASE USE THE BELOW DIRECTIONS – Map Quest Will Get You Lost.

    DIRECTIONS TO:

    NEW HEIGHTS HORSE SHOW

    FROM HWY. 41 FROM HWY. 43

    Take Hwy. 41 Take Hwy. 43

    To To

    Hwy. 29 West (Shawano Ave.) Hwy. 172 West

    To To

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    Stable is on the Right County Road (Hwy.) Vv (Double V)

    Go South (Approx. 4.2 miles) and

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    ADDRESS IS:

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    CONTACT NUMBERS:

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  • NEW HEIGHTS HUNTERS & JUMPERS, LLC

    Is Proud To Host A Clinic With

    ROBERT GAGE OF “JUDGE MY RIDE”

    On

    May 17 & 18, 2014

    Rob Gage clears 7 feet

    Robert Gage has won many titles during his impressive career, having competed in the United States and Europe.

    In his enviable career, Rob Gage was named AGA Rider of the year in back to back years, four time West Coast Rider of the

    year, and a three time World Cup team member and has won over 40 Grand Prix’s worldwide.

    In consecutive years, Rob was a two time winner of the Prestigious “Rolex Crown of Excellence,“ which is awarded to the Grand

    Prix rider with the most wins in the country. He has piloted such notable horses as Largo, Furst Z and Sage.

    Rob Gage has gained equally as much fame as a coach. His students have won over 25 different Equitation Medal Finals, including

    two USET Finals Championships. He has also sent students to the National Young Riders Championships from various different

    zones – returning as individual medalists. His students thrive on his intensity. His competitive fire is contagious.

    Rob has been on the cover of the ‘Chronicle of the Horse’ five times.

    Rob inherently ignites their confidence and love of the sport. He has traveled far and wide, giving clinics throughout the continental

    U.S., New Zealand, South Korea, Alaska, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Venezuela and Mexico.

    As a coach, Robs students have won over 30 year end equitation Medal Finals, including 2 USET Talent Search Finals.

    He has coached other well known Grand Prix riders on their way to highly successful careers. Rob is an “R” rated USEF Judge,

    judging at top horse shows around the United States. He is also a well known course designer, a challenge he particularly enjoys.

    Rob is the principle judge of “Judge My Ride”.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO RECEIVE RIDER and/or AUDITOR FORMS CONTACT DEB AT:

    920-833-2479 or [email protected] or 920-680-7399

    or

    You can download the forms off of my website at:

    www.newheightshuntersandjumpers.com

    Riders Accepted On A 1st Come, 1st Serve Basis

    Discount If Auditor Tickets Are Purchased By April 15th, 2014

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