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SHOW OFFICERS & OFFICIALS THE WARRENTON HORSE SHOW ASSOCIATION, INC.

OFFICERS

President

Mrs. Helen C. Wiley

Co-Vice President

Mrs. Pann Drunagel & Mrs. Louisa Lenehan

Treasurer

Mrs. Mary Reed

Secretary

Ms. M’Lesa Brew

Show Secretary

Mrs.

Diane Jones

Ms. M’Lesa Brew Mrs. E. Sue Bopp Mrs. Courtney Curtis Bowes Mr. Snowden Clarke Ms. Victoria Clarke Mr. John Coles, MFH Mrs. Karen Crane Mrs. Pann Drunagel Mrs. Hilary S. Gerhardt

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Ms. Andrea Gilman Mrs. Amy Gorsira Mrs. Nancy Granger Mr. Robin C. Gulick Mr. William Howland Mrs. Alison D. Lee Mrs. Louisa Lenehan Ms. Marion Maggiolo Mrs. Debby Michelson-Boyle

Mrs. Joan Fox Miller Ms. Jonelle Mullen Mrs. Betty R. Oare Mr. Roy Perry Mrs. Mary Kennedy Reed Mrs. Carolyn Russell Mrs. Helen C. Wiley Mrs. Douglas Wise-Stuart, MFH

THURSDAY LUNCH BUNCH

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bopp Mrs. Ashton Burke Mrs. Karen Crane Ms. Mary Kay Estep Mr. & Mrs. Richard Gerhardt Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Giampi

Dr. & Mrs. Hugh Granger Mr. & Mrs. William Hair Mrs. Anne Hall Mrs. Charles Hoovler Mr. & Mrs. James Lee

Mrs. Jacqueline Clemons MacKlin Mr. & Mrs. Peter McGuire Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Miller Ms. Jennifer Nesbit Mrs. Jane Noland

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare Mr. & Mrs. Morey Oare Mrs. Shelley Payne Mr. & Mrs. J. Arthur Reynolds, II Mrs. Carolyn Russell

Warrenton Horse Show Receives USEF Heritage Competition Status From the USEF Communications Department

Lexington, KY – The Warrenton Horse Show, hosted by the Warrenton Horse Show Association, has been honored with the United States Equestrian Federation’s designation as a USEF Heritage Competition, the highest honor currently held by any Federation horse show.

The designation of a USEF Heritage Competition is reserved for competitions that have been in existence for a quarter-century or more, promoted and grown equestrian sport, and made contributions to the community outside the gates of the horse show by achieving, maintaining, and promoting the equestrian ideals of sportsmanship and competition.

Founded in 1899, the Warrenton Horse Show Association is the oldest continuously operating corporation in Virginia and represents the interests of horse show enthusiasts, competitors, horse breeders and the community of Warrenton, Virginia. The five-day show offers a variety of competition classes including ladies sidesaddle, hunters, jumpers, hunting pairs and more.

The Warrenton Horse Show benefits several organizations, including the Fauquier Health Foundation, the Fauquier Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Bright Stars, the Make A Wish Foundation and other local charities.

“The Warrenton Horse Show is one of the oldest equestrian exhibitions of its kind in the United States,” said USEF Chief Executive Officer John Long. “With its long tenure and many charitable contributions, both national and local, the show exemplifies everything the USEF looks for when designating a Heritage Competition.”

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HAMPTON INN of Warrenton "Official Horse Show Hotel" for the WARRENTON HORSE SHOW 501 Blackwell

HAMPTON INN

of Warrenton

"Official Horse Show Hotel"

for the

WARRENTON HORSE SHOW

Horse Show Hotel" for the WARRENTON HORSE SHOW 501 Blackwell Road • Warrenton, VA 20186 1-800-HAMPTON

501 Blackwell Road • Warrenton, VA 20186 1-800-HAMPTON • (540) 349-4200

STANDARD AMENITIES Free Continental Breakfast Buffet • Free Cable TV/VCR Outdoor Pool • Non-Smoking Rooms • In-House Fitness Center Basketball • Free Local Calls • Picnic Area/BBQ Grill

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OFFICIALS

The following have accepted the invitation to officiate. The committee reserves the right to vary, change or add to this list if necessary.

WEDNESDAY - SATURDAY CLASSES

Mr. J. Tucker Ericson

SUNDAY CLASSES

Mrs. DeDe Bache Shumate

Ocala, FL

Reva, VA

WHS HUNTER BREEDING

Mr. J. Tucker Ericson

Ocala, FL

EASTERN COAST COMPETITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL HUNTER FUTURITY

Mr. Scott D. Burkhart Ms. Carol Molony

Lititz, PA

Brewster, NY

HUNTER COURSE DESIGNER

Mr. Tommy Lee Jones

Warrenton, VA

HUNTER CLASSIC COURSE DESIGNER

Mr. Glenn Moody

Charlottesville, VA

Mr. Wayne Eubank

STEWARD

Fredericksburg, VA

SHOW MANAGER

Mr. Tommy Lee Jones

Mr. James Drunagel Mr. William Hair Mr. Charles Ross

RING MASTERS

Warrenton, VA

Warrenton, VA

Warrenton, VA

Warrenton, VA

FOOD CONCESSION

Jump Start Café

Mrs. Diane Jones Mrs. Mary Reed Mrs. Debra Bowden

SHOW OFFICE

Warrenton, VA

Warrenton, VA

Smithfield, VA

Mr. Richard Isner

Mr. Richard Clay

ANNOUNCER

Charlottesville,

VA

PHOTOGRAPHERS

Amissville,

VA

540-937-3539, richardclayphotography.com

Ms. Susan M. Carter

Casanova, VA

540-349-6038, susanmcarterphotography.com

Mr. Scott Whitehead

FARRIER

Rixeyville, VA

FEED AND STABLE SUPPLIES

Virginia-West

Ms. Jamila Flowers

Dr. Steve Bartlett

(757-630-8664)

SHOW MEDIC

VETERINARIAN

Smithfield, VA

Henrico, VA

Warrenton,

VA

www.warrentonhorseshow.com • P.O. Box 535, Warrenton, VA 20188 • (540)-347-9442

(Only during the show) FedEx Address: 60 East Shirley Avenue, Warrenton, Virginia 20186

THE WARRENTON HORSE SHOW OFFERS OUR EXHIBITORS SPECIAL SHOW FEATURES AND ACTIVITIES

• Beer Concession to Benefit the Fauquier SPCA

Horn Blowing Exhibition - Sunday Evening

• Exhibitor’s Luncheon Thursday

Hunt Night Reception - Sunday Evening

• Hunter Futurity Luncheon Friday

Hunt Night Tailgate Competition - Sunday Evening

• Hunter Classic & Reception - Saturday Evening

AREA ACCOMMODATIONS Hampton Inn (Official Hotel)

(540) 349-4200

Holiday Inn Express

(540)

341-3461

Black Horse Inn

(540)

349-4020

HoJo Inn

(540) 347-4141

Baymont Inn

(540)

349-8900

DIRECTIONS TO HORSE SHOW GROUNDS

Driving from Washington — Take I-66 West to Warrenton/Gainesville Exit (Rt. 29 South). Approximately 15 miles to show grounds on Business Rt. 29 south (1st Warrenton Exit). Go thru approximately 6 traffic lights on Rt. 29 South Business - Show Grounds on right. Driving from Winchester — Take Route 50 East to Route 17 South at Paris, then onto I-66 East to Warrenton Exit (Rt. 17 South). Ap- proximately 12 miles to traffic light in Warrenton, turn right on Rt. 29 South to show grounds on right. Driving from Richmond — Via I-95 North to Fredericksburg, Exit Rt. 17 North. Follow Rt. 17 to Bus. Rt. 29 North; take exit for 17N & 211W approximately 3 miles to show grounds on left.

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TENTATIVE TIME TABLE

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2015, 8:00 A.M.

FRIDAY - NOT TO START BEFORE 1:00 P.M.

91.

Warm Up (Unjudged)

93.

Warm Up (Unjudged)

14.

Local Hunter - (Other Than Owner Rider)

57.

Adult Amateur Hunter Over Fences - 35 & Under

15.

Local Hunter - (Other Than Owner Rider)

58.

Adult Amateur Hunter Over Fences - 35 & Under

16.

Local Hunter Under Saddle - (Other Than Owner Rider)

59.

Adult Amateur Hunter Under Saddle - 35 & Under

17.

Local Hunter - Owner Rider

60.

Adult Amateur Hunter Over Fences - Over 35

18.

Local Hunter - Owner Rider

61.

Adult Amateur Hunter Over Fences - Over 35

19.

Local Hunter Under Saddle - Owner Rider Grand Champion Local Hunter

62.

Adult Amateur Hunter Under Saddle - Over 35 Grand Champion Adult Amateur Hunter

32.

Schooling Hunter Over Fences

26.

Amateur Owner Hunter Over Fences - 3’3”

33.

Schooling Hunter Over Fences

27.

Amateur Owner Hunter Over Fences - 3’3”

34.

Schooling Hunter Under Saddle

28.

Amateur Owner Hunter Under Saddle

20.

Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter

29.

Amateur Owner Hunter Over Fences - 3’6”

21.

Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter

30.

Amateur Owner Hunter Over Fences - 3’6”

22.

Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter Under Saddle

31.

Amateur Owner Hunter Under Saddle

102.

Thoroughbred Hunter Over Fences

105.

Small Junior Hunter Over Fences - 3’3”

103.

Thoroughbred Hunter Over Fences

106.

Small Junior Hunter Over Fences - 3’3”

104.

Thoroughbred Hunter Under Saddle

107.

Small Junior Hunter Under Saddle

 

108.

Large Junior Hunter Over Fences - 3’3”

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2015, 8:00 A.M.

109.

Large Junior Hunter Over Fences - 3’3”

92.

Warm Up (Unjudged)

110.

Large Junior Hunter Under Saddle

1.

Baby Green Hunter Over Fences

111.

Small Junior Hunter Over Fences - 3’6”

2.

Baby Green Hunter Over Fences

112.

Small Junior Hunter Over Fences - 3’6”

3.

Baby Green Hunter Under Saddle

113.

Small Junior Hunter Under Saddle

4.

Three Year Old Hunter Over Fences

114.

Large Junior Hunter Over Fences - 3’6”

5.

Three Year Old Conformation Hunter

115.

Large Junior Hunter Over Fences - 3’6”

6.

Three Year Old Hunter Under Saddle

116.

Large Junior Hunter Under Saddle

7.

Pre-Green Hunter Over Fences - 3’

23.

Children’s Hunter Over Fences

8.

Pre-Green Hunter Over Fences - 3’

24.

Children’s Hunter Over Fences WIHS/NAL

9.

Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle - 3’

25.

Children’s Hunter Under Saddle

10.

Pre-Green Hunter Over Fences – 3’3”

11.

Pre-Green Hunter Over Fences – 3’3”

GRAND CHAMPION HUNTER

12.

Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle - 3’3”

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2015, 9:00 A.M.

52.

Virginia Bred Young Hunter Under Saddle

 

VIRGINIA BREEDERS FUND YEARLING FUTURITY VHSA YEARLING FUTURITY EXHIBITION

53.

Virginia Bred Young Hunter Hack – 2’6”

54.

Too Slow To Go

55.

Back From The Track Under Saddle

35. TB/Unregistered TB Yearling Colts & Geldings

65.

Special Hunter Over Fences

36. TB/Unregistered TB Yearling Fillies Best TB/Unregistered TB Yearling

66.

Special Conformation Hunter Over Fences

67.

Special Hunter Under Saddle

37. TB/Unregistered TB Colt Foals

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2015, 6:30 A.M. (SUPERVISED SCHOOLING FOR FUTURITY HORSES ONLY)

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2015, 8:00 A.M. International Hunter Futurity -- East Coast Three Year Olds Over Fences - Conformation 25% Three Year Olds Over Fences - Working Four Year Old Competition Over Fences – Conformation 25% Four Year Olds Over Fences - Working Four Year Old Competition Under Saddle Three Year Olds Under Saddle

Challenge Series Yearling Colts & Geldings Yearling Fillies Two Year Old Colts & Geldings Two Year Old Fillies Three Year Old Colts & Geldings Three Year Old Fillies Two Year Old Under Saddle

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38. TB/Unregistered TB Filly Foals Best TB/Unregistered TB Foal

39. TB/Unregistered TB Broodmares

40. TB/Unregistered TB Two Year Old Colts & Geldings

41. TB/Unregistered TB Two Year Old Fillies Best TB/Unregistered TB Two Year Old

42. TB/Unregistered TB Three Year Olds TB/Unregistered TB Breeding Championship

43. Other Than TB Broodmares

44. Other Than TB Colt Foals

45. Other Than TB Filly Foals Best Other Than TB Foal

46. Other Than TB Yearling Colts & Geldings

47. Other Than TB Yearling Fillies Best Other Than TB Yearling

48. Other Than TB Two Year Old Colts & Geldings

49. Other Than TB Two Year Old Fillies Best Other Than TB Two Year Old

50. Other Than TB Three Year Olds Other Than TB Breeding Championship Best Young Horse

51. Amateur Handler Breeding Class Handler Award

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2015, 7:00 P.M.

FOXHUNTER EXHIBITION CLASSES APPROXIMATELY 11:00 A.M.

75. THE $5,000 WARRENTON TOYOTA SCION &

77.

Warm Up 3’

MILLER TOYOTA SCION HUNTER CLASSIC

78.

Junior Field Hunter - Under 18

79.

Fox Hunter - 18-30

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2015, 8:00 A.M.

80.

Fox Hunter - 31-45

68.

Opportunity Pleasure Hunter Walk, Trot

81.

Fox Hunter – 46 & Over

69.

Opportunity Pleasure Hunter Walk, Trot, Canter

82.

Hunting Pairs

70.

Opportunity Pleasure Hunter Go As You Please

83.

Ladies Hunter Hack

71.

Opportunity Pleasure Hunter Hack

84.

Junior Hunter Hack

97.

Pure-bed Cleveland Bay In Hand

85.

Gentleman’s Hunter Hack

98.

Part-bred Cleveland Bay In Hand

72.

Ladies Side Saddle Under Saddle

99.

Cleveland Bay Under Saddle

73.

Ladies Side Saddle Hunter Hack

100.

Cleveland Bay Hunter Hack

74.

Ladies Side Saddle Over Fences

101.

Cleveland Bay Get of Sire

86.

Hunting Staff

 

87.

Horn Blowing Contest

NOT TO START BEFORE 10:00 A.M.

88.

Fox Hunter Corinthian Class

95. Leadline

96. Walk - Trot

89. Hunt Teams HUNT NIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2015, 6:00 P.M. THE WILLIAM G. MILLER TAILGATE COMPETITION No Entry Fee

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Feature Sponsors

Feature Sponsors Presenting Sponsors Middleburg Bank Karen & Michael Crane Division Sponsors Mrs. Courtney Curtis
Feature Sponsors Presenting Sponsors Middleburg Bank Karen & Michael Crane Division Sponsors Mrs. Courtney Curtis

Presenting Sponsors

Middleburg Bank

Karen & Michael Crane

Division Sponsors

Mrs. Courtney Curtis Bowes

Gulick, Carson & Thorpe, P.C.

Lochlow Farm

Mrs. Helen C. Wiley

Mr. & Mrs. Steven McVeigh & Weatherburn Farm

Skyland/Denice & Roy Perry Orange Hill

Mrs. Debby Michelson-Boyle

Dr. & Mrs. Martin Harrell

Norden Equine Worldwide

Hazel River Farm

Ms. Elizabeth Wiley

Ms. Virginia Fout & Mr. Michael Whetstone

Class Sponsors

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Reed

Horse Country

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Eichhorn & Jewel-B-Lee Farm

Mr. & Mrs. Zohar Ben-Dov

TuDane Farm & Jonelle Mullen

The Flikeid Family

Mrs. George L. Ohrstrom, Jr.

Warrenton/Miller Toyota Hunter Classic Sponsors

TuDane Farm

Railside Gifts

Nancy Granger

Elmwood Farm

Glory Days Grill

Hunt Night Competition Sponsors

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Horse Country Saddlery

Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Nesbit Bowes

Mrs. M. Douglas Wise-Stuart, MFH

Mr. & Mrs. John Coles

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare

Dr. Rita Mae Brown, MFH

Mr. Bill Graves

Special Thanks To

The EMO Agency, Inc. for sponsoring the exhibitor numbers. Hazel River for sponsoring the Beer Wagon

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SHOW RULES AND REGULATIONS

Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF Rule Book will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith.

LIFE, SENIOR ACTIVE AND JUNIOR ACTIVE MEMBERS SHALL BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL CLASSES AT REGULAR COMPETITIONS, EVENTING COMPETITIONS AT THE PRELIMINARY LEVEL OR ABOVE AND COMBINED DRIVING COMPETITIONS AT THE ADVANCED LEVEL, DRESSAGE, REINING AND VAULTING COMPETITIONS AND ENDURANCE RIDES. A NONMEMBER MAY PARTICIPATE AS A HANDLER, RIDER, DRIVER, OWNER, LESSEE, AGENT, COACH OR TRAINER AT REGULAR COMPETITIONS, EVENTING COMPETITIONS, DRESSAGE COMPETITIONS, REINING COMPETITIONS AND COMBINED DRIVING COMPETITIONS UPON PAYMENT OF A $30 SHOW PASS FEE. PARTICIPANTS IN THE FOLLOWING CLASSES ARE EXEMPTED FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF THIS RULE: 1) LEADLINE; 2) EXHIBITIONS; 3) GAMES AND RACES; 4) CLASSES FOR 4-H MEMBERS; 5) WALK TROT AND ACADEMY CLASSES (ACADEMY CLASSES ARE CLASSES LIMITED TO HORSES USED REGULARLY IN A LESSON PROGRAM); 6) USDF INTRODUCTORY LEVEL TESTS, PAS DE DEUX AND QUADRILLE CLASSES; 7) NRHA ENDORSED REINING COMPETITIONS. 8) OPPORTUNITY CLASSES, 9) CITIZENS OF OTHER NATIONS WHO HAVE PROOF, IN ENGLISH, OF CURRENT MEMBERSHIP IN GOOD STANDING OF THEIR OWN NATIONAL FEDERATION, 10) USEA BEGINNER NOVICE DIVISION; AND 11) ASSISTANT HANDLERS IN DRESSAGE SPORT HORSE BREEDING CLASSES.

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 Bylaws 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 un- der 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, cable-casts, 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 laws of the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR908.4.

REGULAR ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 18, 2015. Entries received after this date will be accepted at the regular fee plus be charged

a late fee of $20.00 per horse. ALL WARRENTON HORSE SHOW BREEDING ENTRIES WILL CLOSE ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE CLASS.

EXHIBITOR NUMBERS WILL NOT BE ISSUED UNTIL ALL REQUIRED INFORMATION, SIGNATURES, AND FEES OR OPEN CHECK HAVE BEEN PRESENTED TO THE SHOW SECRETARY, including the original or a copy of all USEF membership and measurement cards and a Negative Coggins Test report taken within one (1) year on each animal exhibited. All Ama- teur exhibitors must present their Amateur cards and must list their ages on all entry blanks. Entries must be submitted on the printed Entry Blank or an exact photocopy thereof. Entries must be signed by the exhibitor; the rider or handler; and the trainer; or by the agent(s) of such person(s). Exhibitors are responsible for all fees of all horses/ponies/riders entered by them or their agents even though payment for these fees is not submitted with the entry blank. Exhibitors are responsible for their errors and those of their agents. The Warrenton Horse Show will not be responsible for misinterpretation of handwriting. In order for the starters to have accurate information on horse, owner and rider, entries must be made at the horse show office.

SCRATCHES AND REFUNDS: Horses scratched before the August 18, 2015 closing day will receive a full refund on entry fees. After August 18, 2015, refunds of entry and drug fees will be issued only upon notification and receipt of a veterinarian’s certificate stating that the horse is not physically fit to be shown. Once the show starts, refunds of entry and drug fees will be issued only if the horse has not been shown in any class because of illness or injury. A statement signed by a veterinarian must be submitted to the show secretary before your class or division. No stall refunds. There will be a $25 scratch fee if the entry has been processed.

ENTRIES ACCEPTED: Three entries, unless otherwise stated, are necessary to fill a class, or the class may be cancelled. The show reserves the right to decline any entry and to return any fees before or during the show without being liable for compensation and to change location, combine, cancel, add or limit any classes or officials.

AWARDS: Eight ribbons, unless otherwise stated, will be presented in all classes.

SCHOOLING: Schooling will be allowed on Tuesday after 12:00 Noon. During the show, schooling is permitted in the mornings up until thirty (30) minutes before the start of the show or until the Management closes schooling (weather permitting), except for Friday morning, which is for Futurity Horses only.

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PRIZE MONEY: Checks will be mailed after the conclusion of the show to the person/company as indicated in the “prize money recipient” section of the entry blank. Social Security or Federal ID number and mailing address or recipient is required before any prize money will be paid. IRS Form 1099 will be issued for checks totaling over $600 or more.

HEADGEAR: It is mandatory for all riders where jumping is required or while riding anywhere on the grounds to wear properly fastened protective headgear that meets or exceeds ASTM standards for equestrian use and carries the SEI tag. It must be properly fitted with harness secured (USEF GR801).

ALL DOGS MUST BE KEPT ON LEASHES AT ALL TIMES WHILE ON THE SHOW GROUNDS.

RETURNED CHECKS: There will be a $30.00 charge plus collection fees for all non-negotiable checks.

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Warrenton Horse Show Association, its officials, directors and employees will not be held responsible for any accident or loss which may occur to any exhibitor, spectator, guest, rider, groom, attendant or other employee, animal or equipment at the show. The Warrenton Horse Show Association reserves to itself the power to prohibit any person from attending or showing a horse in the ring and to remove any attendant or horse from the show without being liable for compensation.

Exhibitors are on notice that any act of discourtesy or disobedience by them, their riders, grooms or agents to the judges or officials shall disqualify their entry and the owner shall forfeit all fees and charges, including any and all prize money which he may have won at this show. The Horse Show management/directors shall have power to disbar the offending individual from further competition and to have him and his entire exhibit removed from the grounds without being held liable for damage of any kind and this shall be accepted as a condition of entry.

QUESTIONS: Should any questions or disputes arise that are not provided for in the rules, the same shall be referred to the Show Com- mittee and management whose decision shall be final.

All hunter classes will be judged on performance, manner, soundness and way of going unless otherwise noted.

SHOW RING SIZE AND FOOTING: Show ring is 180’ x 240’ and all-weather footing.

STABLING: Both permanent and temporary stalls are available with doors. The permanent stalls are limited.

MOTORIZED VEHICLE: (GR301.5): Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions (resulting from that operation. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense. Penalities 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 Rule 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule.

TENTS: Due to insurance restrictions, private tents are not allowed unless approved by management.

The Warrenton Horse Show contributes to:

Bright Stars, The Fauquier County Fire & Emergency Services and The Warrenton Volunteer Fire Company, Inc., Fauquier SPCA, Partnership for Warrenton, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Virginia Horsemen’s Foundation.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

The Virginia Department of Agriculture requires that all horses assembled at a show, fair, race, meet, or other such function in Virginia must be accompanied by a report of an official negative test for equine infectious anemia, conducted within 12 months prior to such event. All horses must possess a current Coggins certificate.

Also, all interstate horses must have an interstate health certificate that indicates they have been officially tested and found negative for equine infectious anemia within 30 days of entry to the state.

These certificates must be available for inspection by a representative of the State Veterinarian, upon request.

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SPECIAL AWARDS

Grand Champion Hunter

To be awarded to the hunter acquiring the most points in the Baby Green, Pre-Green Hunters, Three Year Old, Children’s Hunter, Special Hunter, Modified Children’s / Adult Hunter, Adult Amateur, Amateur Owner, and Local Hunter divisions.

“The Directors Challenge Trophy”, given in memory of all past directors of the Warrenton Horse Show by the W. H. S. Board of Directors. Originally the Peyton N. Brittle Trophy retired in 1992 by Mrs. Haywood Nelms .

1993–Fleetwood, Mrs. George Ohrstrom 1994–Raven, Lois Schraeger 1995–Raven, Lois Schraeger 1996–Exchequer, Nokomis Farm 1997–Steal the Scene, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare 1998–The Final Word, Elizabeth McKinney 1999–Stillwater, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare 2000–Stillwater, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare 2001–Painted Castle, Ricki Fellows 2002–Plain Truth, Vivian Garner & Always Farm 2003–That’s That, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare

2004–Late Entry, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare 2005–Phil, Jane Gaston & Hound House 2006–Ravell, Gen. Crosbie E. Saint 2007–Madison, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare 2008–World Banker, Mrs. Jonelle Mullen Stern 2009–5 O’Clock Somewhere, Mrs. Wendy Berol Gifford 2010–Don’t Cha, Brown Equestrian, LLC 2011–Chawton, Mrs. E. Sue Bopp 2012–Esquire, Mr. Joseph Mullen 2013–Never Say Never, Mrs. B. Rionda Braga 2014–Say Again, Ms. Elizabeth Wiley

The Ethel W. Flynn Memorial Sportsmanship Award

Miss Ethel W. Flynn from Grosse Pointe, Michigan was a long time exhibitor and friend of the Warrenton Horse Show. She was an

enthusiastic and considerate exhibitor bringing on young horses and riders. This award is given in her memory by Peperhill Farm to the individual exemplifying the most sportsmanlike conduct throughout the show. A donation will be made to the Fauquier Hospital in winners name.

1999–Mr. Snowden Clarke 2000–Dr. Robert Gilman 2001–Diane & Tommy Jones 2002–J. Arthur ‘Bucky’ Reynolds, II 2003–Evelyn H. Martin 2004–Olin Armstrong

2005–Diana Dodge 2006–Oliver Brown 2007–Helen C. Wiley 2008–Kathryn Borsody 2009–Elizabeth Wiley

2010–Amy Gorsira 2011–Professional Handlers 2012–Patty Heuckeroth 2013–Lizzy Traband 2014–Jill Wilson

President’s Award

In recognition of the Director whose long-term commitment to ensure the success of the show and has given unselfishly of his/her time and energies through the years.

1999–Helen C. Wiley 2000–Courtney Curtis Bowes 2001–Susan A. Huberth 2002–Betty Oare 2003–Larry Hamby 2004–Joan Fox Miller

2005–Marion Maggiolo 2006–Hilary Gerhardt & Debby Michelson-Boyle 2007–Alison Lee 2008–Jonelle Mullen Stern 2009–Pann Drunagel

2010–M’Lesa Boike 2011–Marion Maggiolo 2012–Amy Gorsia 2013–Karen Crane 2014–Carolyn Russell

Special Achievement Award

In recognition of the Director whose hard work and diligence has added a new dimension to the show.

1999–William U. Couzens 2000–Louisa W. Lenehan 2001–E. Sue Bopp 2002–Tom M. Sherman 2003–Allison D. Lee

2004–Mary Reed 2005–Nancy Granger 2006–Pann Drunagel 2007–Karen Flikeid 2008–Snowden Clarke

2009–Snowden Clarke 2010–M. Douglas Wise, MFH 2011–Nancy Granger 2012–Jonelle Mullen Stern 2013–Victoria Clarke 2014–Roy Perry

Dr. Robert Gilman Volunteer Award

Presented to the person exemplifying the character of a true volunteer, in honor of Dr. Robert Gilman.

2002–Charles T. “Chuck” Hoovler 2003–James D. Eicher 2004–Doris Jones 2005–William “Bill” Hair 2006–Morey Oare

2007–Joan M. Miller 2008–Amy Gorsira, Virginia Howard & Sheila Weaver 2009–Thursday Lunch Group 2010–Mary Kay Estep

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2011–Jim Drunagel 2012–Gregg Drunagel 2013–Wilma Hoovler 2014–Sue Walbert, Wendy Gifford, Mike Claffy

Mrs. J. Arthur Reynolds Parent Award

Presented by Mr. and Mrs. William U. Couzens to the parent illustrating the most support and devotion to the sport.

2002–Mrs. Marcia Mathis 2003–Mr. & Mrs. Paul Rice 2004–Mr. & Mrs. Dana Bowman 2005–Mrs. M. Douglas Hytla, M.F.H.

2006–Mrs. Ann Pawlak 2007–Mr. Charles Bopp 2008–Mrs. Alexandra Lohr 2009–Mrs. Tracy Mullen

2010–Mrs. Jonelle Mullen Stern 2011–Mrs. Robert Rogers 2012–Mrs. Pann Drunagel 2013–Mrs. Helen Wiley 2014–Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Schraff

The Teamwork Trophy Award

Presented by The Tack Box, Inc. to the owner, trainer, rider combination demonstrating the best effort of teamwork. Donated in memory of Ken and Jennifer Lewis.

2002–Dede Bache Shumate 2003–Marnie Johnson 2004–Jeanne Fendley Clarke 2005–Dr. & Mrs. Csaba Magassy 2006–Nancy Granger & Mary Kay Estep 2007–Mrs. Sally Lamb 2008–Doc Plummer & The Fauquier Lions Club

2009–The Caroline Hunt 2010–Lysa Burke Horkan & Larry Jenkins 2011–Carolyn Russell & Alison Lee 2012–William Rube & Jason Berry 2013–Denice DeRisio Perry & Elizabeth Wiley 2014–Alisa and Jason Berry

The William G. Miller Tailgate Competition Award

Presented by Farm Credit & Country Mortgages to the outstanding tailgate in memory of William G. Miller

2009–Gail Forrest 2010–Carol Miller & Dr. & Mrs. Donald Kiefer 2011– Cindy Valk, Wendy Gaines and Angie Garnett

2012–Kathryn Borsody 2013–Deerchase Farm 2014–TuDane Farm and Hazel River Farm

Wendy Gaines and Angie Garnett 2012–Kathryn Borsody 2013–Deerchase Farm 2014–TuDane Farm and Hazel River Farm (12)
Wendy Gaines and Angie Garnett 2012–Kathryn Borsody 2013–Deerchase Farm 2014–TuDane Farm and Hazel River Farm (12)

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In Memoriam GeorGe Willis WILLIS, George Clifton Jr. “Rootie,” age 67, of Varina, passed away
In Memoriam
GeorGe Willis
WILLIS, George Clifton Jr. “Rootie,” age 67, of Varina, passed away suddenly on February 23, 2015.
He was the son of the late George C. Willis and Ruby June Trainham. He is survived by his wife,
Susan Peters Willis; children, Tricia, George III, Gregory, Geoffrey (Carley) and Sarah; grandchildren,
Crissi, Cullen and Garrit; brother, Philip (Cindy); and sister, Beverly (Wilfred). George founded GW
Sound and for 49 years of his life provided sound reinforcement services and established many
meaningful friendships among his colleagues and customers who came to trust and depend on him.
His three sons will proudly carry on the legacy of the same quality of service for GW Sound that he
continued to teach them through the years.
Phyllis Farland
Phyllis Farland, long–time resident of Broad Run at her Laughing Fox Farm,
passed away suddenly at her home in Rockport, Maine on November 2, 2014.
She was 65.
A
well-known rider, coach, trainer and judge, Phyllis built her professional
career in her beloved Virginia.
Graduating from UCLA in 1971 with a degree in Political Theory, Phyllis
immediately turned to the horse show world with passion. Her success, riding
with Marcia Williams in Pasadena,CA, launched her promising professional
business in New York and Virginia. Dedicated to the thoroughbred hunter, she
and her students won frequently on the “A” circuit throughout the mid-Atlantic
and in Florida and California in the 80’s and 90’s. As she wound down her
showing, she worked with many of the top riders in the area. Several of her
students and riders are now successful professionals in their own right. She
capped her career as a well-respected “R” judge until her retirement in 2013.
Phyllis is survived by her husband of 44 years, Bill Farland, and their latest in a
30 year line of standard schnauzers, Leo, who live in their homes in Rockport, Maine and LaQuinta, California.
Phyllis was the consummate horse-woman, dedicated to her sport and her animals. She will be sorely missed by her friends
and colleagues.
Mike roWe
The horse world has lost a well-known and much loved horseman. Mike was born
February 22nd, 1946 in Redruth, England and passed away May 8th, 2015.
Mike was the personification of a true Horseman. Over the decades he was
involved with many aspects of the horse world, as an owner, rider, handler,
trainer, coach, show judge and breeder. His farm, Rowe Sport Horses bred and
produced many top hunters and jumpers.
Mike became one of the nations’ Top Handlers, earning many USEF Hunter
Breeding Year End Awards. He was USEF Hunter Breeding Grand Champion
Handler in 2000 and 2002. He handled “Obey” to the USEF Grand Champion
Hunter Breeding Horse in 2000 and in 2002 the horse was Ground Zero Hero.
He showed many hunter breeding horses and ponies to year end Championships
with USHJ Zone 3, VHSA, MHSA and VPBA. He was always there at the three
biggest hunter breeding shows, Devon, Uppperville, and Warrenton either in the
ring competing or on the rail coaching.
You could not find a better coach, guiding many riders and their horses and po-
nies to earn year end Zone 3/VHSA/MHSA Championships. The table at the year-end awards banquets was always overflow-
ing with a mountain of trophies and beautiful ribbons either earned by him or his students.
Mike is survived by his children Dolly Young, Piper & Sammy Rowe and Gethin Kapoor.
It
was Mikes wish to have “a hell of a wake”, to raise a glass-or two, share memories and retell all the great stories from over
the years. Gail Forrest and Jill Marshall will be holding an old fashioned Wake in his honor at their tail-gate party Hunt Night,
friends are invited too stop by and raise a glass in his memory.

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BABY GREEN HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Steve McVeigh and Wetherburn Farm Entry Fee $100.00. Individual classes may be entered at $40.00 each

Open to horses of any age in their first year of showing over fences of any height who have not broken their pre-green status according

to the USEF Zone 3 specifications. Fences 2’6”. Not to jog.

1. Baby Green Hunter Over Fences

2. Baby Green Hunter Over Fences

3. Baby Green Hunter Under Saddle Baby Green Champion and Reserve

THREE YEAR OLD HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Lochlow Farm Entry Fee: $100.00. Individual classes may be entered at $40.00 each.

Open to horses three years of age. Fences 2’9”. Judged on performance, manners and way of going. Will be asked to jog.

4. Three Year Old Hunter Over Fences

5. Three Year Old Conformation Hunter Over Fences (conformation to count 25%)

6. Three Year Old Hunter Under Saddle Three Year Old Champion and Reserve The Bold Conqueror Challenge Trophy donated by Donald Palsgrove

PRE-GREEN HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Ms. Elizabeth Wiley

Entry Fee: $100.00. Individual classes may be entered at $40.00 each.

A Pre-Green hunter is a horse of any age in his first or second year of showing over 3’ or 3’3” fences. Classes may be divided by

height section 3’ or 3’3”, however you may not show in both height sections at the same competition. Horses may compete in both

height sections within the same competition year. A horses green status is not affected by showing as a three year old. Judged on performance, manners, soundness and way of going.

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Pre-Green Hunter Over Fences – 3’

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Pre-Green Hunter Over Fences – 3’

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Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle Pre-Green Hunter Champion and Reserve – 3’

10.

Pre-Green Hunter Over Fences – 3’3”

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Pre-Green Hunter Over Fences – 3’3”

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Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle Pre-Green Hunter Champion and Reserve – 3’3”

LOCAL HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Orange Hill Entry Fee: $100.00. Individual classes may be entered at $40.00 each.

Open to horses owned by residents within a 100 mile radius of Warrenton. Judged on performance, manners, soundness and way of go- ing. Fences 3’.

14. Local Hunter Over Fences (other than owner-rider)

15. Local Hunter Over Fences (other than owner-rider)

16. Local Hunter Under Saddle (other than owner-rider)

Local Hunter Champion and Reserve (other than owner-rider)

17. Local Hunter Over Fences (owner-rider)

18. Local Hunter Over Fences (owner-rider)

19. Local Hunter Under Saddle (owner-rider)

Trophy presented in memory of Joyce Ainsworth.

Local Hunter Champion and Reserve (owner-rider)

Local Hunter Grand Champion and Reserve - Awarded to the horse with the most points in either division. The Warren Green Perpetual Trophy will be presented to the Grand Champion Local Hunter

Trophy donated by The Tack Box, Inc.

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MODIFIED CHILDREN’S/ADULT HUNTER

Division graciously sponsored by Hazel River Farm Entry Fee: $100.00/division, $40.00/class.

Open to horses or ponies ridden by juniors or amateurs. Fences 2’6”. To be judged on performance, manners, way of going and soundness.

20. Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter Over Fences

21. Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter Over Fences

22. Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter Under Saddle Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter Championship and Reserve

Custom Chaps donated by Journeymen Saddlers, Ltd.

CHILDREN’S HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Mrs. Helen C. Wiley Entry Fee: $100.00/division - $40.00/class. Run in accordance with USEF Zone 3 specifications. Open to horses only. To be shown by Junior Exhibitors. A rider in the Children’s Hunter Division is not eligible to compete in classes where fences exceed 3’3”, except age group Equitation, Medal classes, Children’s/Adult Jumper, Pony Jumper Classes, and the USHJA

National Hunter Derby. Course shall consist of no less than eight fences. Fence height shall be 3’; spreads not to exceed fence height. To be judged on performance, manners, way of going and soundness. Suitability as a Children’s Hunter to be stressed. Horses to be jogged in accordance with HU 132.

23. Children's Hunter Over Fences

24. Children's Hunter Over Fences Qualifying class for WIHS and NAL.

25. Children's Hunter Under Saddle Children's Hunter Championship and Reserve The Leeton Forest Farm trophy donated & presented by the Bartenstein Family

Graciously sponsored by TuDane Farm and Jonelle Mullen

The Warrenton Horse Show is proud to offer the Washington International Horse Show and the North American League Championship Series in the Children’s Hunter Division. A rider need not be a member of the WIHS or NAL series in order to compete, but only current members will accrue points toward the 2014 series.

AMATEUR OWNER WORKING HUNTERS

Division graciously sponsored by Ms. Virginia Fout & Mr. Michael Whetstone Entry Fee: $100.00 per division / $40 per class. To be ridden by Amateur Owners or an amateur member of the owner’s family who is not longer eligible to compete as a junior exhibitor. Leased horses are not eligible and multiple ownership is not permitted unless all owners are members of the same family. An amateur who competes for a person outside his/her family may not compete in a class restricted to Amateur Owners at the same show. Amateur

Owner riders may however, compete for a person outside of his/her family in equitation classes, under saddle classes and for other Ama- teur Owners who have more than one entry in the under saddle class.

26. Amateur Owner Hunter Over Fences – 3’3”

27. Amateur Owner Hunter Over Fences – 3’3”

28. Amateur Owner Under Saddle Amateur Owner Champion and Reserve – 3’3” The Spirit of Song Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare.

29. Amateur Owner Hunter Over Fences – 3’6”

30. Amateur Owner Hunter Over Fences – 3’6”

31. Amateur Owner Under Saddle Amateur Owner Champion and Reserve – 3’6” The All The Way Memorial Challenge Trophy re-donated by Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare.

SCHOOLING HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Ms. Mary Ann Ghadban Entry Fee: $100 per division - $40 per class

Open to horses only. Judged on performance, manners, way of going and soundness. Under saddle to be shown at a walk, trot and canter. Fences 2’9”.

32. Schooling Hunter Over Fences – 2’9”

33. Schooling Hunter Over Fences – 2’9”

34. Schooling Hunter Under Saddle Schooling Hunter Champion and Reserve

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ADULT AMATEUR HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Skyland Farm LLC and Denice & Roy Perry Entry Fee: $100.00/division - $40.00/class To be ridden by an Amateur in possession of a valid Amateur Card. A rider in the Adult Amateur Division is not eligible to compete in any class where fence heights exceed 3’3” with the exception of the Children’s/Adult Jumpers. Course shall consist of no less than eight fences. Fence height shall be 3’; spreads not to exceed height of fence. Riders who compete in the 3’3”Amateur Owner Hunter classes must show a horse they own in Adult Amateur Hunter classes if they compete in both at the same show. Horses may not cross-enter. If the Adult Amateur is split two ways it must be split from 18 to 35 and from 36 and over. To be judged on performance, manners, way of going and soundness. Suitability as an Adult Amateur Hunter to be stressed. Horses to be jogged in accordance with

HU132.

57. Adult Amateur Hunter Over Fences (35 and Under)

58. Adult Amateur Hunter Over Fences (35 and Under) Qualifying Class for WIHS & NAL graciously sponsored by TuDane Farm & Jonelle Mullen

59. Adult Amateur Hunter Under Saddle (35 and Under) Adult Amateur Hunter Champion and Reserve (35 and Under) The Movin’ In Style Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by Patty Mathis and sponsored by Marcia M. Mathis

60. Adult Amateur Hunter Over Fences (Over 35)

61. Adult Amateur Hunter Over Fences (Over 35) Qualifying Class for WIHS & NAL graciously sponsored by TuDane Farm & Jonelle Mullen

62. Adult Amateur Hunter Under Saddle (Over 35) Adult Amateur Hunter Champion and Reserve (Over 35) The Cardigan Challenge Trophy donated by Hilary Gerhardt Adult Amateur Hunter Grand Champion and Reserve The Sunset Boulevard Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. William Hair

SPECIAL HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Gulick, Carson & Thorpe, P.C. Entry Fee: $100.00. Individual classes may be entered at $40.00 each. Fence height 2’9”, 3’ or 3’3”. Will be judged as one division. Open to horses of any age. Judged on performance, manners, soundness and way of going.

65. Special Hunter Over Fences

66. Special Hunter Over Fences (Conformation 25%)

67. Special Hunter Under Saddle Special Hunter Champion and Reserve The Mike Bowman Perpetual Memorial Trophy donated in his memory by his many friends

THOROUGHBRED HUNTER DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Norden Equine Worldwide Entry Fee: $100.00. Individual classes may be entered at $40.00 each. Limited to horses who are registered with or are eligible to be registered with the jockey Club. To be shown over a minimum of eight fences 3’ in height. To be judged on performance, and soundness.

102. Thoroughbred Hunter Over Fences

103. Thoroughbred Hunter Over Fences

104. Thoroughbred Hunter Under Saddle Thoroughbred Hunter Champion and Reserve The Phyllis Farland Memorial Trophy donated in her memory by her many friends

JUNIOR HUNTERS DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Mrs. Debby Michelson-Boyle Entry Fee: $100.00. For horses 16 hands and under (Small Junior); over 16 hands (Large Junior). Fences are 3’3” and 3’6”. In all

classes manners shall be emphasized and extreme speed shall be penalized. Junior hunters may not cross enter into the 3’6” section at

the same competition. Full points in all classes.

Eight ribbons will be awarded in each class.

105. Small Junior Hunter over Fences - 3’3”

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Small Junior Hunter over Fences - 3’6”

106. Small Junior Hunter over Fences

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Small Junior Hunter over Fences

107. Small Junior Hunter Under Saddle Small Junior Hunter Champion and Reserve - 3’3”

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Small Junior Hunter Under Saddle Small Junior Hunter Champion and Reserve - 3’6”

108. Large Junior Hunter over Fences - 3’3”

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Large Junior Hunter over Fences - 3’6”

109. Large Junior Hunter over Fences

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Large Junior Hunter over Fences

110. Large Junior Hunter under Saddle Large Junior Hunter Champion and Reserve - 3’3”

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Large Junior Hunter under Saddle Large Junior Hunter Champion and Reserve - 3’6”

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LADIES SIDE SADDLE DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Mrs. Courtney Curtis Bowes in memory of her mother "Deede" Nesbit Bowes Entry Fee: $40.00 per class. Restricted to ladies who are no longer eligible to compete as Junior Exhibitors.

72. Ladies Side Saddle Under Saddle

The Grayson Challenge Trophy re-donated by Garnet and Penny Denegre

To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring in formal hunting attire with appointments. To be judged 75% on performance with special emphasis on manners, style and way of moving, and 25% on appointments, formal hunting attire and general overall appearance of horse and rider. The Aaspen’s Black Diamond Challenge Trophy donated by Lisa Friel to be awarded to the Best Turned Out horse and rider in the Under Saddle class. To be won 3 times by the same horse and rider for permanent possession.

73. Ladies Side Saddle Hunter Hack

The Round Hill Thunder Challenge Trophy re-donated by Garnet and Penny Denegre

To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring and to jump 2 fences at 2’6”. To be judged on performance and soundness with emphasis on manners. Under saddle to count 50%; over fences to count 50%.

74. Ladies Side Saddle Over Fences The Middleburg Hunt Challenge Trophy donated by Mrs. John Denegre, MFH To be shown over at least eight fences not to exceed 3’ in height. To be judged on performance and soundness with emphasis on manners.

Ladies Sidesaddle Champion and Reserve The True Blue Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. John Denegre The Grayson/Adel H. Dukes Perpetual Trophy originally donated by Adel H. Dukes will be awarded to the horse and rider combination who wins all three Side Saddle classes.

OPPORTUNITY PLEASURE HUNTER

Division graciously sponsored by Ms. Elizabeth Wiley & Dr. & Mrs. Martin Harrell Entry Fee: $100.00/division - $40.00/class (No drug fee) Open to horses of any age. To be judged on obedience, performance and suitability. Horses, riders, owners, trainers and coaches par- ticipating in Opportunity classes are exempt from Federation and affiliate organization membership and Horse Identification (HID)

requirements and non-member fees, but are required to list the Federation membership number if the participant is a member. No cross entering into rated classed. Fences 2’6”.

68. Opportunity Pleasure Hunter, Walk, Trot

69. Opportunity Pleasure Hunter, Walk, Trot, Canter

70. Opportunity Pleasure Hunter, Go As You Please

71. Opportunity Pleasure Hunter Hack, to be shown at a walk, trot and canter and jump 2 fences at 2’6” Opportunity Pleasure Hunter Champion and Reserve The Ellen Lee Hickey Grayson Perpetual Memorial Trophy for Pleasure Hunter Champion given in loving memory by Marion, Bill, Maeve and Ian Couzens

CLEVELAND BAY EXHIBITION

Entry Fee: $40.00 per class (Not USEF recognized) – Use Exhibition Entry Blank for entries. (No drug fee) Cleveland Bay Championship and Reserve, sponsored by Abby Jones and Overlook Farm. Best of Breed rosettes, sponsored by

the Cleveland Bay Horse Society UK and Maryland Bay Farm, will be awarded to the highest scoring CBHS-registered purebred and CBHS-registered partbred throughout the show and also throughout the series. Mid-Atlantic Show Series Championship crystal bowl, sponsored by Hunter and Lauren Wilson and Margaux Tip, LLC, will be awarded to the horse with the highest cumulative point total through the series. Series reserve championship saddle pad sponsored by Magnific Sporthorses.

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Pure-bred Cleveland Bay In Hand To be shown in hand at a walk and trot. Bridles are mandatory on two year olds and older.

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Part-bred Cleveland Bay In Hand To be shown in hand at a walk and trot. Bridles are mandatory on two year olds and older.

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Cleveland Bay Under Saddle To be shown at a walk, trot, and canter both ways of the ring.

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Cleveland Bay Hunter Hack To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring, and jump two jumps at 2’6”.

101.

Cleveland Bay Get of Sire Two progeny of the same sire, any age or sex. Combined ownership permitted. Cleveland Bay Championship and Reserve.

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MISCELLANEOUS HUNTER

Entry Fee: $40.00 per class

91. Warm Up (Unjudged) 2’6”, 2’9” & 3’ (Wednesday)

92. Warm Up (Unjudged) 2’6”, 2’9” 3’ & 3’3” (Thursday)

93. Warm Up (Unjudged) 3’, 3’3” & 3’6” (Friday)

Open card unjudged at the height of warm up trip for that division. One warm up per entry per day.

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VIRGINIA BRED YOUNG HUNTER UNDER SADDLE - Entry Fee $40. Graciously sponsored by the Flikeid Family Open to horses 5 years old or younger who were bred and foaled in Virginia. Judged 60% on performance, soundness, manners and way of moving; 40% on conformation. Not to jump. Must have proof of foaling in Virginia.

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VIRGINIA BRED YOUNG HUNTER HACK - Entry Fee $40. Graciously sponsored by the Flikeid Family Open to horses 5 years old or younger who were bred and foaled in Virginia. Judged 60% on performance, soundness, manners and way of moving; 40% on conformation. May be asked to jump 2 jumps at 2’6”. Must have proof of foaling in Virginia.

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TOO SLOW TO GO - Entry Fee $40. Graciously sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Reed Open to thoroughbreds only which have not raced. To be shown under their registered name. To be shown at a walk, trot, and canter both ways of the ring. Judged on suitability to become a pleasant ride. Soundnes and manners to count.

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BACK FROM THE TRACK - Entry Fee $40. Graciously sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Zohar Ben-Dov For thoroughbreds only who have raced. To be shown under their registered name. To be shown at a walk, trot, and canter. Judged on suitability to become a pleasant ride. Soundness and manners to count. May be asked to jump 2 jumps at 2’6”. The Dr. Frank O’Keefe Memorial Challenge Trophy

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The MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION LEADLINE CLASS Entry Fee $40 (No drug fee) Graciously sponsored by The Middleburg Bank To be ridden by children not exceeding 6 years of age. To be judged on equitation and suitability of mount. Ponies should be able to stand readily without being controlled by the leader. All proceeds will be donated to the Make A Wish Foundation.

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The BRIGHT STARS WALK/TROT CLASS (12 years & Under)

Entry Fee $40 (No drug fee)

Graciously sponsored by The Middleburg Bank Open to children 12 years of age and under. To be shown at a walk and a trot both ways of the ring. Entrants for this class may not cross enter into Leadline. To be judged on equitation and suitability of mount. All proceeds donated to Bright Stars.

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BREEDING DIVISION

Division graciously sponsored by Karen & Michael Crane To be judged on conformation, quality, substance and suitability to become or produce hunters. Broodmares and foals to walk; yearlings, two year olds and three year olds to jog. Mares to have produced foals or to be accompanied by a stallion certificate. Entry Fee: $30.00 per class. Gift certificates donated by Horse Country.

35. TB/Unregistered TB Yearling Colts and Geldings

Graciously sponsored by Friends of Steve Timko

The Margot Harris Cutting Memorial Trophy presented in her memory by her family

36. TB/Unregistered TB Yearling Fillies

Best TB/Unregistered TB Yearling

The Hi Hope Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ainsworth

37. TB/Unregistered TB Colt Foals

38. TB/Unregistered TB Filly Foals

Best TB/Unregistered TB Foal

Autumn’s Foxy Lady Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. John W. Kelly, Jr.

39. TB/Unregistered TB Broodmares

40. TB/Unregistered TB Two Year Old Colts and Geldings

41. TB/Unregistered TB Two Year Old Fillies The Speedy Fox Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by Karen and Michael Crane Best TB/Unregistered TB Two Year Old

42. TB/Unregistered TB Three Year Olds Graciously sponsored by Mr. Kenneth M. Wheeler. Sr. TB/Unregistered TB Breeding Champion and Reserve All blue ribbon winners in classes 35-42 are eligible and must

Oakendale Challenge Trophy redonated by Mrs. Joan Fox Miller

compete. No entry fee.

Mrs. D. N. Lee, Perpetual Trophy presented in honor of Mrs. Dorothy N. Lee

43. Other Than TB Broodmares

44. Other Than TB Colt Foals

45. Other Than TB Filly Foals

Graciously sponsored by Kathy and Tom Eichhorn & Jewel-B-Lee Farm

Best Other Than TB Foal The Copper Fox Farm Perpetual Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor

46. Other Than TB Yearling Colts and Geldings

47. Other Than TB Yearling Fillies Best Other Than TB Yearling The Mike Rowe Memorial Trophy donated by his friends and family.

48. Other Than TB Two Years Old Colts and Geldings

49. Other Than TB Two Year Old Fillies Best Other than TB Two Year Old Suzy Reingold Trophy The Herbert H. Brown Challenge Trophy donated by his children. Special award to the groom

50. Other Than TB Three Year Olds

Graciously sponsored by Mrs. George L. Ohrstrom, Jr.

Other Than TB Breeding Champion and Reserve All blue ribbon winners in classes 43-50 are eligible and must compete.

No entry fee.

The James S. Gulick Memorial Trophy donated by Mrs. Mildred Riddell & given in his memory by family & friends

Best Young Horse First place and second place winners of classes 35, 36, 40, 41, 42, 46, 47, 48, 49 and 50 may return to show in this class. The Marshall Hawkins Challenge Trophy donated by his family & friends.

The Robert J. (Bobby) Burke Perpetual Trophy will be awarded to the handler of the Best Young Horse. Trophy graciously donated by Robyn Burke.

Handler Award The Full Circle Perpetual Memorial Trophy donated in memory of “Full Circle” by Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Granger to the handler receiving the most points throughout the breeding division

51. Amateur Handler Class, Entry Fee $30

The Charles “Chuck” Hoovler Memorial trophy graciously donated by The Virginia

Professional Handlers. To be shown on the line by an amateur. To be judged 100% on showmanship, turn-out and conditioning of the animal. Any age (TB/Unregistered TB and Other Than TB) animal may be shown. Horses will be walked and/or jogged. (Non-Rated).

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SPECIAL BREEDING EXHIBITION

VHSA YEARLING FUTURITY:

ENTRIES FOR THIS CLASS MADE TO VHSA OFFICE, 540-349-0910.

Open to all yearlings regardless of state of foaling. A mare must be nominated by May 31, 2014 to make the foal she is carrying eligible to compete in 2015. No supplemental entries will be accepted. Owner must be a member of the VHSA. Futurity will offer line classes for yearlings. To be judged on conformation, substance, and way of moving; will be asked to walk and trot. Colts/Geldings and Fillies to be judged separately with prize money paid to eight places in each section. The Randy DeWitt Memorial Perpetual Trophy presented to the Grand Champion.

VIRGINIA BREEDERS FUND YEARLING FUTURITY EXHIBITION Presented by The Virginia Thoroughbred Association

$15,000 Virginia Breeders Fund Yearling Futurity Exhibition: Presented by the Virginia Thoroughbred Association (VTA). All entries and questions should be directed to the VTA at 434.977.3716 or vta@vabred.org. Open to Thoroughbred yearlings registered with the Virginia Breeders Fund. Colts/geldings and Fillies to be judged separately on their suitability to become a racehorse. Entries will NOT be asked to jog. $5,000 prize money to colts/geldings; $5,000 to fillies; $5,000 bonus to be awarded at the end of entry’s three-year-old year based on racetrack earnings.

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90-AC on LEE’S RIDGE “October Hill” C. 1895 custom country house is privately situated on
90-AC on LEE’S RIDGE “October Hill” C. 1895 custom country house is privately situated on

90-AC on LEE’S RIDGE “October Hill” C. 1895 custom country house is privately situated on 90-acres very convenient to Warrenton. Acreage is mostly open and gently rolling in lush green, board-fenced pasture – complimented by woodland with lovely trails throughout. 4-stall stable and 120’x70 metal building. $1,495,000

DRAMATIC SETTING In the foothills of the Blue Ridge in Old Dominion Territory. Charm- ing cape with many custom features including high ceilings, Canary/ Brazilian/Walnut/Mahogany woodwork, stone FP, main floor master suite, French doors to wonderful slate wraparound porch. 41-acres has sparkling pond, plenty of board-fenced pasture and very nice stable. Incredible charm and quality. $975,000

and very nice stable. Incredible charm and quality. $975,000 FOXVILLE Quietly situated in a treed setting
and very nice stable. Incredible charm and quality. $975,000 FOXVILLE Quietly situated in a treed setting

FOXVILLE Quietly situated in a treed setting but comes with over 60 acres of lush rolling pasture. Spectacular mountain views from main level master suite, sunroom, family room and most of the property. All-brick English country house has high ceilings, slate entry, custom woodwork/built- ins, fireplaces, heart pine paneling…spacious yet warm. Near country club. $875,000

EDGEWORTH Log portion circa 1759, formal additions 1830 and 1850, all in pristine condition. 7 fireplaces, 1st and 2nd floor masters, high ceilings, garages for 8 cars, stone guest house, cottage with 3 BRs, 3 Fpls, pool, 6 stall stable, barns, pond, clouds of boxwood, flowering trees and shrubs, 100 beautiful rolling acres with fenced pastures. A John Marshall family home. $2,500,000

fenced pastures. A John Marshall family home. $2,500,000 JUST LISTED – FOX FORD FARM Extraordinary country
fenced pastures. A John Marshall family home. $2,500,000 JUST LISTED – FOX FORD FARM Extraordinary country

JUST LISTED – FOX FORD FARM Extraordinary country house with stunning views in every direction centered on colorful gardens & grounds. High ceilings, 3 wood burn- ing fireplaces in the spacious rooms, “lighthouse” for sunsets & cock- tails, lovely pool setting with cabana, screened porch. Long Rappah- annock River frontage, barns, shops, very private yet convenient to historic Warrenton. 240 ac. in 4 parcels. $2,250,000

HUNT VALLEY Formerly part of the North Wales Estate and across the street from a multi-million dollar estate and country club, Hunt Valley is a sought after enclave in the Warrenton Hunt of 50+acre properties, the land- scape of which likely will never change. This is one of the last buildable lots…62-ac has lovely building site w/sweeping pastoral views, plenty of woodland w/trails and stream bordering property. $549,000

of woodland w/trails and stream bordering property. $549,000 A llen R eAl e stAte C o

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THE EAST COAST COMPETITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL HUNTER FUTURITY

The International Hunter Futurity is a competition for young horses. The purpose of the program is to promote interest in and enthusiasm for breeding and showing quality hunters. The International Hunter Futurity provides a financially rewarding program with the highest money prizes ever offered in the hunter ring.

The IHF events are open to horses three years of age in 2015, which were sired by a nominated stallion and have maintained their eli- gibility according to IHF Special Conditions. Three classes are offered for the three year old performance section, two over fences and one under saddle.

The IHF Challenge Series, line classes for yearlings, two year olds and three year olds, was designed to promote hunter breeding and to give hunter breeders an opportunity to showcase their young stock.

The IHF Sweepstakes was designed to showcase four year olds which were previously eligible to compete in the IHF three year old program. Three classes, two over fences and one under saddle, are offered for the four year olds.

All IHF events are open only to horses which are by nominated stallions and which have maintained their eligibility according to the IHF rules.

THE INTERNATIONAL HUNTER FUTURITY OVER FENCES In the over fences class, horses shall demonstrate an even hunting pace, style of jumping, manners and way of moving. All horses must be serviceably sound and will be jogged. To be shown over a course of approximately eight fences, commonly found in hunter competi- tions. Fences approximately 2’9" in height.

THE INTERNATIONAL HUNTER FUTURITY UNDER SADDLE Hunters under saddle are to be shown at a walk, trot and canter, both ways of the ring. Light contact with the horse’s mouth is required. Horses should be obedient, alert, responsive, and move freely. To be judged on performance, manners, way of moving and soundness. To compete in the under saddle class, it is not necessary to compete over fences.

THE INTERNATIONAL HUNTER FUTURITY OVER FENCES - CONFORMATION In this class, performance (even hunting pace, style of jumping, manners and way of moving) shall count 75% and conformation, sub- stance and suitability to become a hunter shall count 25%. Fences approximately 2’9" in height. Horses will be jogged for soundness.

THE INTERNATIONAL HUNTER FUTURITY HUNTER BREEDING CHALLENGE SERIES

The IHF Challenge Series is open to nominated yearlings, two year olds and three year olds which have maintained their eligibility ac- cording to the Challenge Series rules and special conditions. Classes will be divided into colts/geldings and fillies.

Yearlings

Two Year Olds

Three Year Olds

TWO YEAR OLD UNDER SADDLE For two year olds who have been completely nominated to the IHF Three Year Old Performance program by January 31, 2014. They will be judged on performance and soundness at the walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. They should move freely, be alert, and will not be eliminated for slight errors.

THE FOUR YEAR OLD COMPETITION Open to horses who were eligible to compete in the 2014 IHF Futurity as three year olds. Horses need not have competed as a three year old. Specifications the same as the Three Year Old Futurity. Fences 3’.

THE INTERNATIONAL HUNTER FUTURITY

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Please remember - fill out and mail in a Warrenton entry blank for horse and owner information. Horse must pay a USEF drug fee and a stall or grounds fee to the Warrenton Horse Show. Mail entries directly to the IHF.

For stall reservations or information about the WARRENTON HORSE SHOW call Diane Jones at (540) 347-9442 Stalls are limited - reserve your stall early.

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75. THE $5,000 WARRENTON HORSE SHOW HUNTER CLASSIC Presented by Warrenton Toyota / Miller Toyota

CLASSIC Presented by Warrenton Toyota / Miller Toyota Entry Fee: $150 To be conducted as a
CLASSIC Presented by Warrenton Toyota / Miller Toyota Entry Fee: $150 To be conducted as a
CLASSIC Presented by Warrenton Toyota / Miller Toyota Entry Fee: $150 To be conducted as a

Entry Fee: $150 To be conducted as a two round class over an inviting hunter course of 3’ or 3’3”, open to junior, amateur and professional riders. The top 12 or top one-third of the entries will return over a second course. The prize money will be divided as $4,500 to the overall top 8 and $250 to high point junior and $250 to high point amateur. Riders must declare divisions and height before the start of the classic. No rider may ride more than 2 horses in any height section. There will be a course walk and riders/trainers reception prior to the class. Formal attire. Course Designer: Glenn Moody. Entry deadline 12:00 Noon, Saturday, August 30th. Prize Money

$1,350

$1,125

$705

$450

$360

$210

$150

$150

The Charles H. Ackerman Trophy given in his memory by friends of the family “Hunter Style Award” - to the best turned out horse and rider with a special award to the groom donated by Mr. Bill Rube.

A special thank you to Glory Days Grill for the Hunter Classic Riders’ and Friends Reception. Rider gifts graciously donated by Railside Gifts Winners bouquet graciously donated Mrs. Nancy Granger Keeper trophies graciously donated by Elmwood Farm Rider Boutonnieres graciously donated by TuDane Farm

Points For Pets When a rider earns a score over 75 in the Toyota Hunter
Points For Pets
When a rider earns a score over 75 in the
Toyota Hunter Classic $5 will be donated to
The Fauquier SPCA for each point over 75.
Graciously donated by an anonymous supporter

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FOXHUNTER EXHIBITION

Division graciously sponsored by Warrenton Toyota Scion and Miller Toyota Scion

Open to members of Recognized and/or Registered Hunts. Points will count the same as the USEF Championships, 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, 1/2. A rider/horse may ride for only one hunt. Each class will be credited to the hunt designated on each riders entry form. These classes are open to horses and ponies and hunt club members who have been fairly hunted. A horse or pony may enter only one hack class and one fox hunter over fences age division. The foxhunter classes are judged on performance, manners, suitability of horse and rider, soundness and uniformity of a team. Hack may include 2 jumps, hand gallop & halt. Emphasis on ability as a fox hunter. Proper hunting attire is required for all classes. Management reserves the right to limit entries in the pairs and team classes. Entry Fee: $30.00 per class; $60.00 per team, $40 per pair. – Use Foxhunter Entry Blank for entries.

77. Fox Hunter Warm Up - 3’

78. Junior Foxhunter – under 18 Graciously sponsored by M. Douglas Wise-Stuart, MFH The Eleanor Rose Hytla Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Ms. M. Douglas Wise-Stuart, MFH

79. Fox Hunter Over Fences – 18-30 The Matthew Todd MacDonald Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Jocelyn MacDonald and Sharon MacDonald

80. Fox Hunter Over Fences – 31-45 The Shanagarry Farm Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Richard Laimbeer

81. Fox Hunter Over Fences – 46 & over

Graciously sponsored by Dr. Rita Mae Brown, MFH

The A. R. Bartenstein Challenge Trophy donated by Mrs. Joan Bartenstein The Dennis K. Brown Challenge Trophy donated in memory of “Denny” Brown by the Warrenton Horse Show Board of Directors, will be awarded to the Best Turned Out mount and rider competing in classes 78-81

82. Hunting Pairs Consisting of horses and/or ponies. To be shown over a course of fences not to exceed 3’. Judged on performance, manners, soundness and uniformity as a pair. The Caroline Hunt Challenge Trophy donated by The Caroline Hunt and Col. & Mrs. Robert Ferrer

83. Ladies Hunter Hack

Graciously sponsored by Tri-County Feeds, Fashions & Finds

Open to ladies no longer eligible to compete as juniors. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. No more

than 12 may be asked to hand gallop and jump two fences at 2’6”. The Hesperides Farm Challenge Trophy donated by The Cutting Family in memory of Mr. John P. Cutting

84. Junior Hunter Hack Open to junior riders who have not reached their 18th birthday. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. No more than 12 may be asked to hand gallop and jump two fences. May be asked to jump 2 fences at 2’6”. The Hughes Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated in memory of Puller and Virginia Hughes by their family.

85. Gentlemen’s Hunter Hack

Graciously sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Ernest M. Oare

Open to gentlemen no longer able to compete as junior exhibitors. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. No more than 12 may be asked to hand gallop and jump two fences. The High Flight Memorial Trophy donated by Dr. and Mrs. Csaba L. Magassy

86. $1,000 Hunting Staff Class

Graciously sponsored by Mr. William E. Graves

Open to past and present staff members. May be asked to perform certain tasks associated with the hunting field such as trotting fences, dropping rails, opening gates, cracking whips, etc. To be shown over a modified handy hunter course. A purse of $1,000 will be awarded to the winning professional staff member. If the winner is an amateur, the purse will be presented to the winning hunt.

The Noel Twyman Memorial Trophy presented by family and friends The Wilbur Shumate Memorial Trophy donated by the Warrenton Hunt to the best turned out horse and rider

87. Horn Blowing Contest Open to amateur and professional staff members of registered, recognized hunts. A purse of $200 will be awarded to the winner.

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88. Fox Hunter Corinthian Class Graciously sponsored by Mr & Mrs. John Coles Riders to wear full hunting attire. Performance 50%, Conformation 25%, Appointments 25%, an even hunting pace, manners, jumping style together with faults and way of moving over the course as well as when being jogged for soundness. Manners to be emphasized. The John Barton Payne Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated to the Warrenton Horse Show in 1936 by his relatives, friends and admirers will be awarded to the winner

89. Hunt Teams

Graciously sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Harrison Nesbit Bowes

Teams will consist of three horses and/or ponies. Judged on a brilliant performance at a true hunting pace, soundness, suitability, manners and uniformity of a team. “The Castalia Plate”, originally presented in 1932 to the winner of the hunt team class at The Keswick Hunt Club Horse Show, has been donated anonymously to the winning hunt team at Warrenton

Hunt Night Champion and Reserve Awarded to the two hunts accumulating the most points. The Nancy Elizabeth Nesbit Trophy donated and sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Nesbit Bowes The Championship graciously sponsored by Marion Maggiolo and Horse Country Saddlery

TO BE AWARDED ON HUNT NIGHT

The Eleanor Joan Bartenstein Memorial Challenge Trophy will be awarded to the person with the most points in the hunt

night exhibition.

Trophy graciously donated by Mrs. Courtney Curtis Bowes

The Betty C. Maloney Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by her family, to be awarded to the Warrenton Hunt high point rider.

The Cub Scout Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by the Bopp family in loving memory of Cub Scout. To be presented to the horse that exemplifies the best all around ladies foxhunter.

Best All Around Junior Foxhunter . The C. W. Smith Memorial Plate is graciously presented by Miss Sophia Vella and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Vella in memory of Sophia’s beloved pony Georgia Brown. This trophy was originally presented to the winner of the corinthian class at the 1909 Warenton horse Show.

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Hunt Night

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THE WARRENTON HORSE SHOW is operated in accordance with the current rules of THE VIRGINIA

THE WARRENTON HORSE SHOW is operated in accordance with the current rules of THE VIRGINIA HORSE SHOWS ASSOCIATION

and is rated “C” in Adult Amateur, Amateur Owner, Hunter Breeding, Three Year Olds, Side Saddle, Pre-green and Childrens Hunter. All other classes not rated.

THE VIRGINIA HORSE SHOWS ASSOCIATION, INC.

32 Ashby Street • Suite 204 • Warrenton, VA 20186 • (540) 349-0910

Please enroll me as a Member of the VHSA for the year

*Junior

Senior

Life

Check enclosed $

Date of Birth

Name

Address

Date

Zip Code

Telephone

Number

Breed Interest

Membership expires November 30th. Junior Membership - $30

Senior and Junior Life Memberships - $400.00

*Members who have not reached 18th birthday

TO QUALIFYFOR HIGH SCOREAWARDSANANIMALMUST BE REGISTERED WITH THEASSOCIATIONAND HIS OWNER MUST BEAMEMBER OF THEASSOCIATION.

Senior Membership - $40.00

BEAMEMBER OF THEASSOCIATION. Senior Membership - $40.00 THE WARRENTON HORSE SHOW is operated in accordance with
BEAMEMBER OF THEASSOCIATION. Senior Membership - $40.00 THE WARRENTON HORSE SHOW is operated in accordance with

THE WARRENTON HORSE SHOW is operated in accordance with the current rules of THE MARYLAND HORSE SHOWS ASSOCIATION a Member Show and is rated “C” in Childrens Hunter, Adult Amateur, Amateur Owner, Side Saddle, and Hunter Breeding.

THE MARYLAND HORSE SHOWS ASSOCIATION, INC. 9603 Northwind Rd. • Parkville, MD 21234 410-591-0380 • www.mdhsa.org

You are cordially invited to become a member of the Maryland Horse Shows Association, Inc., and are requested to use the following application form:

Life Dues - $450

Farm Dues - $50

Senior - $45

Junior - $35

Name

*DOB

(required) Junior Members not to have reached their 18th birthday

Address

City/State/Zip

Phone

Email

I hereby apply for membership for the year 20 of $ Signature

Date

Renewal

and enclose payment

New

Membership expires November 30

Note: To Qualify For High Score Awards An Animal Must Be Registered With The Association And His Owner/Lessee Must Be A Current Member Of The Association.

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THE WARRENTON HORSE SHOW

USEF #877 is operated in accordance with the current rules of USEF of which body it is a “C” rated regular Member Competition.

operated in accordance with the current rules of USEF of which body it is a “C”

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