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Robert Murphy Stable 5531 Parkers Mill Road Lexington, KY 40513 www.robertmurphystables.

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Robert Murphy Stable Horse Show


KENTUCKY HORSE PARK JULY 4-5-6-7, 2013
ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE 19th
Recognized by: United States Equestrian Federation United States Hunter Jumper Association USEF Rated B & C Hunter, Level 1 Jumper Kentucky Hunter & Jumper Association Ohio Hunter Jumper Association Indiana Hunter Jumper Association Missouri Horse Shows Association Missouri Hunter Jumper Organization Middle Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association

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OFFICIALS
Judge: Thom Brede (H/HE/J) Judge: Bobby Dreyer (H/HE) Judge: Ron Beachy (H/HE/J) Steward: Donna Rocchetti Veterinarian: Rood & Riddle 233-0371 Manager: Robert Murphy Assistant Manager: Rob Murphy Course Designer: J.P. Bordeleau Farrier: Glen Dorsett Secretary: Angela Pritchard

For Prize List Information Contact: Robert Murphy 5531 Parkers Mill Road Lexington, KY 40513 (859) 254-3570 or (859) 948-1096 www.robertmurphystables.com Horse Show Office: (859) 254-3343 For Feed, Bedding and Golf Carts Contact: Dever. Inc. (859) 233-9702 www.deverinc.com This show is a member of USEF, USHJA, Kentucky Hunter & Jumper Association, Indiana Hunter Jumper Association, Ohio Hunter Jumper Association, Middle Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association, Missouri Horse Shows Association, and Missouri Hunter Jumper Organization. Applications will be available in the show office.

ENTRIES
ENTRIES: Pre-entries close 14 days prior to the first day of the show. Post entries shall be charged a $15.00 penalty per horse. Only complete entries will be processed and considered qualified for pre-entry status. To be complete, the entry form must contain the following: 1) All stall fees. 2) Names of horses, owners, riders, and trainers. 3) Divisions/classes entered. 4) Required signatures and USEF numbers. 5) Phone numbers of owners and trainers. Numbers will not be issued to competitors without full payment or a signed open check and presentation of all Measurement and Amateur credentials. Horses showing in classes in which they have not been entered will pay a double entry fee for those classes.

NON-NEGOTIABLE CHECKS - A fee of $50 plus collection fees will be charged for all non-negotiable checks.
REFUNDS: Before the pre-entry deadline all fees will be refunded. After the pre-entry deadline, entry fees will be refunded, less a processing charge of $25, upon presentation to the show manager of a proper vet certificate. Division entry fees cannot be refunded once the horse has exhibited in the first class of the division. No stall fees will be refunded.

RULES AND REGULATIONS


Every class offered herein is covered by the rules and regulations of the current USEF Rule Book and will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith. Management reserves the right to cancel or combine classes if insufficient entries warrant. The Robert Murphy Stable Horse Show, its officers, officials and employees will not be responsible for any accident or loss which may occur to an exhibitor, spectator, guest, rider, groom, attendant or other employee, animal, or equipment at the show. THIS SHALL BE A CONDITION OF ENTRY TO THE SHOW GROUNDS. A prize and six ribbons will be awarded in each jumper class, eight ribbons in Hunters and Equitation. Manual poling is prohibited for all horses. NO BRAIDING, PLEASE.

$85
*Full Breakfast Included

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Lodging
Clarion Inn ................................(859) Courtyard By Marriott ...............(859) Embassy Suites........................(859) La Quinta Motor Inn .................(859) Marriott Resort..........................(859) Quality Inn ................................(859) 233-0512 253-4646 455-5000 231-7551 231-5100 233-0561 Knights Inn .............................. (859) Residence Inn By Marriott ....... (859) 4 Points Sheraton(859) Red Roof Inn...(859) Super Eight .(502) Hampton Inn(502) 231-0232 231-6191 259-1311 293-2626 863-4888 867-4888

COGGINS & HEALTH CERTIFICATES


Proof of negative Coggins Test within one year is required of every horse entering the Kentucky Horse Park. Out-of-state horses must be accompanied by a current health certificate (within 30 days). In state horses must be accompanied by a KY Certificate of Veterinary Inspection within one year. This paper work must accompany the horses upon arrival and be available throughout their stay.

Directions
The Kentucky Horse Park is located 4 miles North of Lexington, Kentucky at Exit 120. I-75 SOUTHBOUND Take Exit 120 and turn left. Main entrance of Kentucky Horse Park is 1/4 mile on left. I-75 NORTHBOUND Take Exit 120 and turn right. Main entrance of Kentucky Horse Park 1/4 mile on left. I-64 EASTBOUND Just North of Lexington, Kentucky take I-75 North bound to Exit 120 and turn right. Entrance of Kentucky Horse Park is 1/4 mile on left. I-64 WESTBOUND Just East of Lexington, Kentucky take I-75 North bound to Exit 120 and turn right. Entrance of Kentucky Horse Park is 1/4 mile on left.

CREDENTIALS
NO NUMBERS WILL BE RELEASED UNTIL PROPER CREDENTIALS AND ALL SIGNATURES ARE IN ORDER. All USEF/USHJA Membership Numbers That Apply Must Be Noted on the Entry Blank or A Non-Member Fee or Fees Must Be Paid. All Exhibitors in the Pony and Junior Hunter sections must present their measurement cards at the office before numbers will be released. All Pony or Junior Hunters who do not possess a current measurement card will be measured at a time and place to be announced. All exhibitors in the Amateur sections must present their amateur certification at the office before numbers will be released.

ALL HUNTERS
Courses will simulate fences found in the hunting field such as brush, wall, in-and-out, oxers, post & rails, gate, aiken and panels. In some classes the area of the Courtesy Circle may be restricted to a mandatory line. This line will be indicated on the course diagram and a corresponding barrier will be erected in the ring. All classes will be judged on performance, manners and soundness. See rated sections for their judging specifications. Under saddle classes will be shown at the walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. Light contact with the horses mouth is required. Horses may be asked to hand gallop, collectively one way of the ring at the judges discretion, but never more than eight horses at one time. Martingales are prohibited. Horses in the Pre-Green, Childrens and Limit classes will not hand gallop. A Champion and Reserve title will be awarded to two of the four horses acquiring the most points over fences in each hunter section. In addition to these points, only these four horses will receive full points for one under saddle class. Full championship points will be given in each hunter section.

ALL JUMPERS
Courses in the jumper sections may consist of any combination of the following: brush, gates, oxers, post & rails, liverpool, wall, panels, and coop. Horses tied for other than first place will be placed according to their first round time.

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2013 Zone 5 Specifications (IL, IN, KY, MI, OH)

HEADGEAR - All riders must wear APPROVED protective headgear while mounted.

UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FED.


Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current US Equestrian Rule Book will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith. 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 nonnon-member 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 Comptetions upon payment of a $30.00 nonnon-member registration 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 44-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 Comptetions; 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.

Please include your US Equestrian membership number and the US Equestrian membership number of the trainer on all entry forms.

Federation Entry Agreement


By entering a Federation-licensed Competition and signing this entry blank as the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or Longeur and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules of The United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the Federation) and the local rules of the competition. I agree to be bound by the By laws and Rules of the Federation and of the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the Rules, and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/or the competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cablecasts, broadcasts, internet, film, new media or other likenesses of me and my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Federation rules are governed by the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR908.4.

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Junior/Amateur Jumpers
Horses in this section must be ridden by an amateur owner or amateur member of the owners family, or by a junior exhibitor. Fences 3 9 to 4 (1.15m to 1.25m). Spreads to 46. Level 5. 382 YPM Classes 112, 113, 114 Table II Sec 2(b) $60, $40, $36, $34, $30, R

DAMAGE - All owners and exhibitors shall be held responsible for any damage incurred by them, their agents, or employees to stalls, buildings, or other properties on the show grounds, and shall be billed accordingly.

KHP STALL RULES 2013


Shows are no longer permitted to attach to barns with nails or screws. All shows wishing to display banners or curtains must have structure independent of the barns. Show will billed for all damages and repairs. **Note - Any charges billed to the show for damages or repairs will be forwarded to the exhibitor.

PRE/INTERMEDIATE CHILD/ADULT JUMPER


Open to horses ridden by a Junior or Amateur. Rider may not cross enter into any class where fences are higher than 3. Fences 26 to 29 (.85 m). Spreads to 29. Classes 141, 142, 143 Table II Sec 2(b) $10 Add back. 35%, 25%, 15%, 10%, 10%, 5% Entry fee: $30 per class.

STALLS AND RINGS


10x10 box stalls of wooden construction, with doors, in a permanent barn will be used. First bedding will not be included. Stall fee is $185.00 per stall. Stalls will be available July 3rd, and they must be vacated at the completion of the show, July 7th. EARLY STABLING OR LATE STABLING WILL BE CHARGED $50 PER STALL PER DAY BY THE KHP. The KHP requires the purchase of a $20 Grounds Day Pass or a $75 Seasonal Trailer Pass by competitors who do not rent a stall . All rings and warm-up areas have all-weather footing. Ring size: Stonelea 285 x 140, Claiborne 265 x 140, Murphy Ring 280 x 140.

BATTLE OF THE BARNS


HORSEMANSHIP TRIVIA BOWL
Sponsored by the KHJA

FRIDAY, JULY 5TH Pavilion between Stonlea and Claiborne Rings 6:00 pm Pizza & Drinks Provided Entry is FREE!
1st Place Prize is FREE GOLF CART to the winning barn for a week at the Kentucky Horse Park Rules: Teams of 4 may participate. Each team must have a name. All participants must be under 18. Teams may consist of members from one stable OR more than one stable. Stables may have more than one team, as long as each team has 4 members. Teams will answer a large variety of questions pertaining to horses, horsemanship, and riding.
NOTE: The USHJA horsemanship challenge study guide can be accessed for free on the USHJA.org website. For more information or questions call Trena Kerr 859.250.5473 or Elaine Schott 859.489.0481.

PRIZE MONEY
Prize money will be paid in the horse show office at the conclusion of each exhibitors showing.

SCHOOLING
There are no schooling fees for entered horses. Non-showing horses will be charged a schooling fee of $85.00 per horse. Schooling will be held on Wednesday from 11 a.m. until $85 6 p.m., and on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings, weather permitting.

JUMP ORDER
A rotating jump order will be established, at managements discretion, for all jumping classes. Riders who anticipate a conflict must arrange their order of go so as to avoid causing a delay.

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Horse park Rules


1. PARKING - Passes may be obtained from the Parking Booth or Visitor Information Center upon entry. $5.00 fee assessed for each parking pass per event. Horse trailer day passes are required for all competitors showing out of their trailer and must be purchased for $20 per day or $75 for a seasonal pass. All trailers must park in approved lot. NO PARKING is allowed in the barn area. Trailers should be dropped in the main Kentucky Horse Park parking lot and NOT in the stabling area. 2. CAMPERS/ R.V.S/ HORSE TRAILERS W/LIVING SPACE- Must go to campground for water/electric hook-up, unless event has made separate arrangements with KHP Special Events. NO HOOK-UP ALLOWED TO THE BARNS AT ANY TIME! CAMPING- We now accept reservations. Please call 888/4KYPARK (888/459-7275) or reserve on-line at www.parks.ky.gov. Groups of 20 or more, please call 859/259-4257 or 800/370-6416. Limited spots are available on a first-come-firstserve basis. 3. GOLF CARTS/ MOPEDS ETC.- A privilege-not a right- extended to show participants. Must be at least 16 years of age with valid drivers license. Not allowed in the Tourist/Visitor areas of the Park. A Golf Cart License is required for all private golf-carts and can be obtained for $25/event or $50/season from the golf cart vendor office. NO ALL TERRAIN (ATV) VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED ON HORSE SHOW GROUNDS! 4. DOGS- Must be on a leash (not to exceed 6 feet in length) or suitably restrained in a tack stall/cage etc. Loose animals/ animals left in vehicles in distress, etc. can and will be removed from the grounds at the owners expense. 5. HORSES AND HORSE DRAWN VEHICLES Have the right-of-way at all times. 6. EXHIBITOR PROBLEMS/SPECIAL REQUESTS-All non-emergency problems or special requests must be relayed through show management to ensure prompt attention. 7. PACKAGES/DELIVERIES- The Park is not responsible for any deliveries to an event or event participant. Receiving party must be present when delivery is expected. Park mail service personnel will try to assist if conditions allow, however, any delivery/package may be refused/returned to sender, etc at any time without notification. 8. PARK ADMISSION- Reduced Park admission is available to event participants and must be obtained at the Visitor Information Center. Proof of event participation may be required at time/point of sale. 9. FIRE CODES As of May 15, 2006, The Kentucky Horse Park will not allow the following inside of barns or tents, which will be enforced by the Fire Marshall: a. any 2-wire appliances b. any 2-wire extension cords c. light duty cords for indoor use d. any 3-way adaptors unless specifically made for outdoors e. any adaptors with out 3-wire connections f. any cut or damaged cords

JUMPER DIVISION
Nomination Fee: $60 except Hopeful and Pre/Intermediate Child/Adult Jumper.
All horses competing in any jumper class (except Hopeful and Pre/Intermediate Child/Adult) must be nominated. There are no scratch/add fees. Ties other than first place will be decided by the time taken to complete the course. A rotating jump order will be established as required.

HOPEFUL JUMPERS
Open to all horses and riders. Fences 26 to 29 (.85 m). Spreads to 3. Level 1. yards per minute. Classes 84, 85, 86. Table II Sec 2(b) Class 87. Table II Sec 2 (c) $10 Add Back. 40%, 30%, 20%, 10% Entry fee: $30 per class. 360

SCHOOLING JUMPERS
Open to all horses and riders. Fences 3' (.91m) to 33 (1.00m). Spreads to 33. Level 2. 360 yards per minute Classes 88, 89, 90 Table II Sec 2(b) - Class 91 Table II sec 2(c) $10 Add Back. 40%, 30%, 20%, 10% Entry fee: $30 per class.

CHILDRENS/ADULT JUMPER
SEE ZONE 5 SPECIFICATIONS (back page). Childrens/Adult Jumper- Fences 37 (1.10m). Spreads to 36. Level 3. 382 YPM. Classes 92, 93, 94 Table II Sec 2(b) - Class 95 Table II Sec 2(c) $45, $35, $30, $25, $20, R Low Childrens/Adult Jumper Fences 3 (0.91m) to 33 (1.00m). Spreads to 33. Level 2. 360 YPM. Classes 155, 156, 157 Table II Sec 2(b) - Class 158 Table II See 2( c) $45, $35, $30, $25, $20, R Entry fee: $20 per class.

MOTORIZED VEHICLES/GOLF CARTS - Minors who do not have a valid drivers 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 valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid drivers 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.

TRAINING JUMPERS
Open to all horses and riders. Fences 36 (1.07m) to 39 (1.15m). Spreads to 4. Level 4. 382 YPM Classes 96, 97, 98 Table II Sec 2(b) $45, $35, $30, $25, $20, R Entry fee: $20 per class.

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OPPORTUNITY CLASSES
Opportunity classes are designed for entry level riders. Riders competing in Zone pointed divisions (such as Childrens Hunter) or Regular divisions (such as Regular Ponies) are not eligible to compete in opportunity classes. Horses and riders competing in opportunity classes are still subject to and must comply with the USEF Drugs and Medication rules and are subject to drug testing. Horses competing solely in opportunity classes are exempt from Federation fees, including Equine Drug and medication fee, and are not required to have a Horse Identification Number (HID) or Recording Number. Riders competing solely in opportunity classes are exempt from Federation membership requirements and are not required to pay a non-member fee. The following divisions will be considered opportunity classes: Beginner Rider, Long Stirrup Hunter and Long Stirrup Equitation, Short Stirrup Hunter and Short Stirrup Equitation.

GREEN HUNTER
Open to all horses in their first or second year of showing at Regular Member competitions of the USEF or CEF that require horses to jump 36 or higher. Fences 36 for the first year horses, 39 for second year horses. Classes 6,7 Green Hunter-Class 9 Green Hunter Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 8 Green Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25 Stake class $30

JUNIOR HUNTER
Open to horses over 14.2 hands and to riders who have not reached their 18th birthday. Entries must be handled by junior exhibitors in all phases. To be judged on performance and soundness with emphasis on manners, extreme speed to be penalized. Fences 36. Classes 10, 11 Junior Hunter-Class 13 Junior Hunter Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 12 Junior Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25 Stake class $30

SHORT STIRRUP HUNTER (Opportunity)


Open to riders 11 years of age and under. Riders in this section are ineligible for any other classes with fences exceeding 2 except equitation. Fences 2. Classes 56, 57, 58 Short Stirrup Hunter-Class 59 Short Stirrup Under Saddle Class 60 Short Stirrup Equitation over fences. Class 61 Short Stirrup Equitation on the flat. Trophy and eight ribbons Entry fee: $18 per class.

LONG STIRRUP (Opportunity)


Open to riders 12 and over. Cross entering by rider at the same show is not permitted into classes with fences exceeding 2, except equitation. Fences 2. Classes may be combined with Short Stirrup if there are less than three entries. Classes 124, 125, 126 Long Stirrup Hunter Class 127 Under Saddle Class 148 Long Stirrup Hunter Equitation on the flat Class 149 Long Stirrup Equitation over fences Trophy and eight ribbons Entry fee: $18 per class

AMATEUR OWNER HUNTER


Open to horses ridden by an amateur owner or an amateur member of the owners family, who is no longer eligible to compete as a junior. Leased horses are not eligible and multiple ownership is not permitted unless all of the owners are members of the same family. To be judged on performance and soundness, with manners to be emphasized. Fences 36. Low Section Fences 33. Classes 14-15 Amateur Owner Hunter 36- Class 17 Under Saddle Classes 150-151 Amateur Owner Hunter 33-Class 153 Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 16 Amateur Owner Hunter Stake 36 Class 152 Amateur Owner Stake 33 $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25 Stake class $30

CROSS RAILS EQUITATION (Opportunity)


Open to riders of any age that have never shown over fences higher than 2. Trotting is not penalized. Classes 66, 67, 68 Cross Rails Class 69 Cross Rails Flat Trophy and 8 ribbons Entry fee: $70 per section. Individual class $20.

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OPEN HUNTER
Open to all horses and riders. Fences 36. Classes 18, 19 Open Hunter-Class 21 Open Hunter Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 20 Open Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

SPECIAL HUNTER
Open to all horses and ponies. Fences 26. Classes 1, 2 Special Hunter-Class 4 Special Hunter Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 3 Special Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30.

LIMIT RIDER
Open to riders who have never shown higher than 26 and have not won more than 6 blue ribbons over fences at any association recognized horse shows. Fences 26.

PONY HUNTER
To be judged on performance and soundness, with manners and suitability to be emphasized. Extreme speed will be penalized. Fences 23 for ponies not exceeding 12.2 hands; fences 26 for ponies over 12.2 hands but not exceeding 13.2 hands; fences 3 for ponies over 13.2 hands but not exceeding 14.2 hands. Classes 22, 23 Pony Hunter-Class 25 Pony Hunter Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 24 Pony Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

Classes 70, 71 Limit Rider-Class 73 Limit Rider Under Saddle Trophy & eight ribbons Class 72 Stake

$30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R


Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30.

EQUITATION CLASSES
Class 74. Equitation over fences, 11 and under. Fences 2. Tests 1-7 Entry fee $20. Class 75. Equitation on the flat, 11 and under. To be shown at the walk, trot and canter. Tests 1-7 optional. Entry fee $20. Class 76. Equitation on the flat, 12-14. To be shown at the walk, trot and canter. Tests 1-7 optional. Entry fee $20. Class 77. Equitation over fences, 12-14. Fences 2 6. Tests 1-7 optional. Entry fee $20. Class 78. Equitation over fences, 15-17. Fences 3. Tests 1-18 optional. Entry fee $20. Class 79. Equitation on the flat, 15-17. To be shown at the walk, trot and canter. Tests 1-18 optional. Entry fee $20. Class 80. Adult Equitation over fences. Open to riders 18 years and over. Fences 3. Entry fee $20. Class 81. Adult Equitation on the flat, 18 and older. To be shown at the walk, trot and canter. Entry fee $20. Class 82. Pessoa USEF Hunter Seat Medal Class. See USEF Rule Book for specifications. Entry fee $35.

CHILDRENS HUNTER
Open to horses and ponies to be ridden by a Junior exhibitor. Neither horse nor rider may cross enter into the Junior Hunter Section at the same show. Riders may not cross enter into any classes in which fences exceed 33 at the same show, except equitation and Childrens Jumper classes. Ponies may not compete in the Childrens Division if also entered in the Pony Division at the same show. Fences 29 to 33. (See Zone V Specifications.) Classes 26, 27 Childrens Hunter-Class 28 Childrens Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 29 Childrens Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

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BABY GREEN HUNTER


Open to horses in their first or second year of showing that have not shown over fences higher than 29. Cannot cross enter into any class where fences exceed 29. Fences 26. Classes 128, 129 Baby Green Hunter- Class 131 Baby Green Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 130 Baby Green Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

LIMIT HUNTER
Open to horses and ponies that have not won six blue ribbons over fences at any association recognized horse shows. Fences 26. Classes 30, 31 Limit Hunter-Class 32 Limit Hunter Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 33 Limit Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

CHILDRENS HUNTER PONY


Open to Ponies ridden by a Junior Exhibitor. See Zone V specifications. Fences 2 for small and medium ponies and 26 for large ponies. Classes 115, 116, 117 Childrens Hunter Pony Class 118 Childrens Hunter Pony Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Entry fee: $70 per section. Individual class $20.

LOW HUNTER
Open to all. Fences 3. Classes 34, 35 Low Hunter-Class 37 Low Hunter Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 36 Low Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

BEGINNER HORSE OR PONY


Open to horses or ponies in their first or second year of showing, that have never shown over fences higher than 26. To be judged as a hunter class. Trotting not to be penalized. Fences 2. Classes 62, 63, Beginner Horse Hunter-Class 65 Beginner Horse Under Saddle Trophy & eight ribbons Class 64 Beginner Horse/Pony Hunter Stake.

$30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R


Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30.

PRE-GREEN HUNTER
THE JOCKEY CLUB THOROUGHBRED INCENTIVE PROGRAM
A Thoroughbred is defined as any horse that has been registered with The Jockey Club. The following may be used to verify registration at the show office: 1. Jockey Club Certificate of Foal Registration, 2. Horses lip tattoo, the horses 5-cross pedigree and successful tattoo lookup result from The Jockey Clubs Tattoo Identification Services (registry.jockeyclub.com), or 3. A letter from The Jockey Club verifying the horses identity. Forms will be available in the show office asking for: horses registered name with The Jockey Club; show name (if different than above); registration number or tattoo and Thoroughbreds sire and dam name. T.I.P. Low Thoroughbred Hunter Division Fences 3. Open to all Thoroughbreds. Classes 164, 165 Low Thoroughbred Hunter Class 166 Low Under Saddle. Entry fee: individual class $20 The following High Point Thoroughbred Awards will be given: Hunter High Point Thoroughbred High (3 and above) ridden by a Junior Hunter High Point Thoroughbred High (3 and above) ridden by a Senior Hunter High Point Thoroughbred Low (below 3) ridden by a Junior Hunter High Point Thoroughbred Low (below 3) ridden by a Senior Jumper High Point Thoroughbred Low (below 1.20m) ridden by a Junior Jumper High Point Thoroughbred Low (below 1.20m) ridden by a Senior
A Pre-Green Hunter is a horse of any age in its first or second year of showing over 3 to 33 fences at Regular Member or Canadian Equestrian Federation or any national or international competition in any classes that require horses to jump 3 to 33 or higher. Fences 3. Once a horse has shown 36 he is not eligible the following year to compete in this division, regardless of age. Classes 39, 40 Pre-Green Hunter-Class 41 Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 42 Pre-Green Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

C. B. LOVELL JR. MEMORIAL


Class 43 Open to horses and ponies ridden by Junior or Amateur riders. To be judged on performance, manners and soundness. Fences 3. Entry fee $25. Replica trophy and eight ribbons. Top 3 ride for ribbons.

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PRE/INTERMEDIATE ADULT HUNTER


Open to horses ridden by an adult amateur rider. Rider may not cross enter into any class where fences are 3 or higher. Fences 26. Classes 44, 45 Pre/Intermediate Adult Hunter-Class 46 Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 47 Pre/Intermediate Adult Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30 Open to all horses and ponies. Class 5 Fences 26 Class 38 Fences 3 Class 99 Fences Class 100 Fences Class 101 Fences

WARM UP CLASS
Class 102 Fences Class 103 Fences Class 132 Fences 2 Opportunity Class 133 Fences 26 & 3 Class 119 Fences 33 & 36 Class 134 Fences 2 Opportunity
Class 135 Fences 26 & pony heights Class 154 Fences 33 & 36 Class 140 Fences 26 & pony heights Class 144 Fences 26 & pony heights

Entry fee: $30 per class. $5 add back 35%, 25%, 15%, 15%, 10%, R, R, R

BEGINNER RIDER
Open to riders in their first or second year of showing, that have never shown over fences higher than 26. To be judged as a hunter class. Trotting not to be penalized. Fences 2. Classes 120, 121, 122 Beginner Rider Hunter- Class 123 Under Saddle Trophy and 8 ribbons

PRE/INTERMEDIATE CHILDRENS HUNTER


Open to riders 17 and under. Rider may not cross enter into any class where fences are 3 or higher. Fences 26. Classes 48, 49 Pre/Intermediate Children's Hunter-Class 51 Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 50 Pre/Intermediate Childrens Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

Entry fee: $18 per class.

WALK-TROT EQUITATION (Academy)


Open to riders of any age. Rider may cross enter into Cross Rails Equitation. Classes 104, 105, 106 Walk-Trot over poles-Class 107 Walk-Trot Flat Trophy and eight ribbons Entry fee: $70 per section. Individual class $20.

NON-PRO SCHOOLING HUNTER


Open to any horse or pony ridden by a non-professional rider. Fences 26. Classes 108, 109 Non-Pro Schooling Hunter- Class 111 Non-Pro Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 110 Non-Pro Schooling Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER


To be ridden by Amateurs who are no longer eligible to compete as Junior Exhibitors. Riders may not compete in any class at the same competition where fences exceed 33, except Adult Amateur Jumper and Amateur Owner Hunter. Fences 29 to 33, spreads not to exceed fence height. Ponies may be ridden by adults, suitability to count. Entries need not be jogged for soundness. (See Zone V Specifications.) Classes 52, 53 Adult Amateur Hunter-Class 54 Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Class 55 Adult Amateur Hunter Stake $30, $22, $17, $16, $15, R, R, R Entry fee: $80 per section. Individual class $25. Stake class $30

CROSS RAILS GREEN HORSE/PONY


Open to horses or ponies that have not shown over a course of fences 2 or higher. Trotting is not penalized. Classes 136, 137, 138 Cross Rails H/P Class 139 Cross Rails H/P Under Saddle Trophy and eight ribbons Entry fee: $70 per section. Individual class $20.

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Daily Schedule
Thursday, July 4 Stonelea Ring 8:00 a.m.
100. 1. 2. 128. 131. 30. 32. 34. 35. 39. 41. 18. 6. 7. 21. Warm Up Special Hunter Special Hunter Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter Under Saddle Limit Hunter Limit Hunter Under Saddle Low Hunter Low Hunter Pre-Green Hunter Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle Open Hunter Green Hunter Green Hunter Open Hunter Under Saddle

Friday, July 5 Stonelea Ring 8:00 a.m.


101. 3. 4. 129. 130. 31. 33. 36. 40. 42. 37. 19. 20. 8. 9. 164. 165. 166. Warm Up Special Hunter Stake Special Hunter Under Saddle Baby Green Hunter Baby Green Hunter Limit Hunter Limit Hunter Stake Low Hunter Stake Pre-Green Hunter Pre-Green Hunter Stake Low Hunter Under Saddle Open Hunter Open Hunter Stake Green Hunter Stake Green Hunter Under Saddle T.I.P. Low Hunter T.I.P. Low Hunter T.I.P. Low Hunter Under Saddle
Friday, July 5 Claiborne Ring 8:30 a.m.

Thursday, July 4 Claiborne Ring 8:30 a.m.


104. 105. 66. 67. 136. 137. 102. 62. 63. 120. 123. Walk-Trot Over Poles Walk-Trot Over Poles Cross Rails Eq Cross Rails Eq Cross Rails H/P Cross Rails H/P Warm Up Beginner Horse Beginner Horse Beginner Rider Beginner Rider Under Saddle

106. 107. 68. 69. 138. 139. 103. 64. 65. 121. 122.

Walk-Trot Over Poles Walk-Trot Flat Cross Rails Eq Cross Rails Eq Flat Cross Rails H/P Cross Rails H/P Under Saddle Warm Up Beginner Horse Stake Beginner Horse Under Saddle Beginner Rider Beginner Rider
Friday, July 5 Murphy Ring 8:00a.m.

5. 44. 45. 38. 80. 52. 54. 81. 78. 26. 28. 79. 119. 150. 151. 14. 15. 10. 13. 82.

Saturday, July 6 Stonelea Ring - 8:00 a.m. 26 Warm Up Intermediate Adult Huter Intermediate Adult Hunter 3 Warm Up Adult Equitation Over Fences Adult Amateur Adult Amateur Under Saddle Adult Equitation-Flat Equitation 15-17 Over Fences Childrens Hunter Childrens Hunter US Equitation 15-17 Flat 33 & 3 6 Warm Up Amateur Owner 33 Amateur Owner 33 Amateur Owner Amateur Owner Junior Hunter Junior Hunter Under Saddle US Equestrian Hunt Seat Medal Saturday, July 6 Claiborne Ring 8:30 a.m. 2 Opportunity Warm Up Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter US Long Stirrup Equitation Flat Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Hunter Short Stirrup Equitation O. F. Equitation 11 & Under O. F. 2 6 & Pony Warm Up Pony Hunter Pony Hunter Under Saddle Equitation 12 14, Flat Intermediate Childrens Intermediate Childrens U.S. Saturday, July 6 Murphy Ring 8:00 a.m. Hopeful Jumper Hopeful Jumper (Table II 2c) Pre Child/Adult Jumper Schooling Jumper Low Childrens/Adult Jumper Low Childrens/Adult Jumper (Table II 2c) Childrens/Adult Jumper Training Jumper Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumper

133. 47. 46. 43. 53. 55. 27. 29. 154. 152. 153. 16. 17. 11. 12.

Sunday, July 7 Stonelea Ring - 8:00 a.m. 26 & 3 Warm Up Intermediate Adult Stake Intermediate Adult US C. B. Lovell Memorial Adult Amateur Adult Amateur Stake Childrens Hunter Childrens Stake 33 & 36 Warm Up Amateur Owner Stake 33 Amateur Owner 33 US Amateur Owner Stake Amateur Owner Under Saddle Junior Hunter Junior Hunter Stake Sunday, July 7 Claiborne Ring 8:30 a.m. 26 & Pony Warm Up Intermediate Childrens Hunter Intermediate Childrens Stake Pony Hunter Pony Hunter Stake Equitation 12 14 O. F. Equitation 11 & Under Flat 2 Opportunity Warm Up Short Stirrup Short Stirrup Under Saddle Short Stirrup Equitation Flat Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Hunter Long Stirrup Equitation OF Sunday, July 7 Murphy Ring 8:00 a.m. Hopeful Jumper Pre Child/Adult Jumper Schooling Jumper Schooling Jumper (Table II 2c) Low Childrens/Adult Jumper Childrens/Adult Jumper Childrens/Adult Jumper (Table II 2c) Training Jumper Junior/Amateur Jumper

Thursday, July 4 Murphy Ring 9:00 a.m.


144. 115. 116. 108. 109. 70. 71. Warm Up Childrens Hunter Pony Childrens Hunter Pony Non-Pro Schooling Hunter Non-Pro Schooling Hunter Limit Rider Limit Rider

99. 110. 72. 111. 73. 117. 118. 84. 141. 88. 155. 92. 96. 112.

Warm Up Non-Pro Schooling Hunter Stake Limit Rider Stake Non-Pro Hunter Under Saddle Limit Rider Under Saddle Childrens Hunter Pony Childrens Hunter Pony U.S. Not Before 12:00 p.m. Hopeful Jumper Pre Child/Adult Jumper Schooling Jumper Low Child/Adult Jumper Childrens/Adult Jumper Training Jumper Junior/Amateur-Owner Jumper

132. 124. 127. 148. 56. 57. 60. 74. 135. 22. 25. 76. 48. 51.

140. 49. 50. 23. 24. 77. 75. 134. 58. 59. 61. 125. 126. 149.

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85. 87. 142. 89. 156. 158. 93. 97. 113.

86. 143. 90. 91. 157. 94. 95. 98. 114.

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