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tyler four 2_08.indd - Lonestar Horse Shows
SOUTHBOUND SHOW MANAGEMENT
PRESENTS
Southbound Show Management
785 W. Jeter
Argyle, TX 76226
THE TYLER FOUR
The Lone Star Round Up
April 23-28, 2008
The Texas Shoot-Out
April 30-May 4, 2008
WCHR
The Show Jumping Classic
May 21-25, 2008
WCHR
The Southwest Classic
May 28-June 1, 2008
WCHR
$25,000 Grand Prix Each Week
Hunter & Jumper Classics
Circuit Awards
USEF “AA” Rating Ɣ USEF Three Star Rating Ɣ THJA “A” Rating
The Texas Rose Horse Park
Tyler, Texas
The Bruheim Family
and
Nordic Lights Farm
Wish
Everybody
Tom Pickard
&
Equiventure Marketing
Are Pleased
To Bring You...
Fine Saddles and Leatherwork
A
GRAND
Show!
Contact Tom at 918-671-5568
For Your Custom Fitting
Welcome To
The Tyler Four
Featuring
The Lone Star Round Up
$25,000 Grand Prix
$1,000 Child/Adult Jumper Classic
$3,000 Low JR/AM Jumper Classic
$500 Child & $500 Adult Hunter Classics
Hunter Breeding
The Texas Shoot Out
$25,000 Texas Shoot Out Grand Prix
$2,500 Child/Adult Jumper Classic
$3,000 JR/AM Jumper Classic
$500 Child & $500 Adult Hunter Classics
Hunter Breeding
The Show Jumping Classic
$25,000 Grand Prix of The Southwest Benefiting Boy & Girls Clubs
Presented by Peltier Chevrolet & Peltier Nissan
$1,000 Child/Adult Jumper Classic
$3,000 Low JR/AM Jumper Classic
$5,000 EMO Level 5 Jumper Classic
$1,000 A/O Hunter Classic
$1,000 Junior Hunter Classic
$500 Child & $500 Adult Hunter Classics
The Southwest Classic
$25,000 Nordic Lights Grand Prix of Tyler
$2,500 Child/Adult Jumper Classic
$3,000 JR/AM Jumper Classic
$5,000 EMO Level 5 Jumper Classic
$500 Pony Hunter Classic
$500 Child & $500 Adult Hunter Classics
TYLER
GRANDPRIX
BENEFITING BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF EAST TEXAS
Please Join Us For The
Second Annual
TYLER GRAND PRIX
Gala Dinner & Silent Auction
Saturday Evening
May 24, 2008
Texas Rose Horse Park • Tyler, Texas
PRESENTED BY
The Boys and Girls Clubs of East Texas opens doors to a future
with hope and opportunity for kids through after school programs
at 8 area elementary schools and at the new 32,000 square foot facility
located in an underserved neighborhood. Kids are given a snack, help with
homework and a mostly a lot of love in a healthy, safe and fun environment!
The mission of the Boys and Girls Clubs of East Texas is to enable all
young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full
potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
For reservations or more information call dot the i at 903-597-2220
or e-mail to [email protected]
2008 Zone 7 Specifications
In accordance with GR 903.6: All members may compete for Zone Awards or money in any state contiguous to Zone 7;
MS, TN, KY, IA, IL, NE, CO & NM
Adult Amateur Hunter:
To be ridden by Amateurs no longer eligible to compete as Junior exhibitors. Open to horses and ponies. Exception: State
rules may prohibit entry of ponies (see below). Cross Entry: The same rider/horse (pony) combination may not compete at
the same show in any class (equitation excepted) in which fence heights exceed 3'3". The rider may compete on a different
horse or pony at the same show in any other division or section for which the rider/mount are eligible. The horse or pony
may be shown by a different rider in any other division or section at the same show except Amateur Owner Hunter or a
different age group of Adult Amateur Hunter. Exception: A state association may adopt more (but not less) restrictive cross
entry rules (see below). Course and Judging Specifications: Fence height: 3’, spread not to exceed fence height. Courses
will not be adjusted for ponies. To be judged on performance, soundness, manners, way of going, and suitability of mount
to rider. Entries are not required to jog for soundness.
Children's Hunter:
To be ridden, and handled in all phases of competition, by Junior exhibitors. Open to horses and ponies. Exception: State
rules may prohibit entry of ponies (see below). Cross Entry: The same rider/horse (pony) combination may not compete at
the same show in any class (equitation excepted) in which fence heights exceed 3'3". The rider may compete on a different
horse or pony at the same show in any other division or section for which the rider/mount are eligible. The horse or pony
may be shown by a different rider in any other division or section at the same show except Junior Hunter or a different age
group in Children’s Hunter. Exception: A state association may adopt more (but not less) restrictive cross entry rules (see
below). Course and Judging Specifications: Fence height: 3', spread not to exceed fence height. Courses will not be adjusted
for ponies. To be judged on performance, soundness, manners, way of going, and suitability of mount to rider. Entries are
not required to jog for soundness.
Exceptions: An exception is permitted only under the following conditions: The rule-making organization must be a
statewide USEF Affiliated Association. State exceptions can apply only in shows held within that state. State specifications
must have been published and sent to each member of the state association, each member of the Zone 7 Committee, USEF
and the manager of every show that applies for State Association recognition or sanction. State rules that are valid
exceptions to the general Zone 7 specifications can be more restrictive, but can not reduce or eliminate any of the Zone 7
stated criteria spelled out above and must be printed in their entirety under the applicable section heading in the prize list.
Children's/Adult Amateur Hunter Classic:
Any competition which offers an Adult Amateur Hunter or a Children's Hunter section may also offer an Adult Amateur
Classic and/or a Children's Hunter Classic in accordance with HU136 with the following exceptions; 1.) Bonus points for
Zone Horse of the Year Awards will be awarded as follows: 1st- 10, 2nd - 8, 3rd - 7, 4th - 6, 5th - 5, 6th - 4, 7th - 3, 8th - 2.
2.) Classics must offer at least $500 in prize money; 3.) Height and spread of fences to be the same as the requirements for
the respective section; 4.) Riders are not required to wear special attire as described in HU136.5 but must wear protective
headgear in accordance with GR318.2 and .3. All Current eligibility requirements must be met.
Children's Hunter Pony:
Open to ponies ridden by a Junior Exhibitor with no other age restrictions applicable. Rider and/or horse may enter any
Equitation classes. The rider may compete on a different horse or pony at the same show in any other division or section for
which the rider/mount is eligible. The pony may be shown by a different rider in any other division or section at the same
show except USEF Rated Hunter Pony classes. To be judged on performance, soundness, manners, way of going, suitability
of size of rider to mount, and suitability as a Children's Hunter. Ponies may be jogged for soundness at management's
discretion. Small ponies to be shown at 2', Medium Ponies at 2'3", and Large Ponies at 2'6"; spreads not to exceed height of
fence. No minimum prize money is required.
Pre-Green Hunter:
A Pre-Green horse is a horse of any age that has never shown in a recognized USEF Regular Member or Local Member
show over fences 3"6" or higher. A horse may show in the Pre-Green Hunter Section of an USEF Zone VII Recognized
Competition for no more than two years. Pre-Green Classics will be awarded points equal to those given in USEF "B"
Hunter Classics. Fence Heights 3' and/or 3'3". Show management may offer two sections of Pre-Green Hunter. Management
may offer Pre-Green Htr 3' and/or Pre-Green Htr 3'3". If management offers both sections of Pre-Green Htr, exhibitors may
enter either section, but not both sections at their discretion. Zone awards will be presented annually as one section.
Adult Amateur Jumper:
To be ridden by Amateurs who are no longer eligible to compete as Junior Exhibitors. Cash winnings do not influence this
classification.
Children's Jumper:
To be ridden by Junior Exhibitors. Cash winnings do not influence this classification.
Class conditions for Adult Amateur and Children's Jumper:
The first two classes in the Low Adult Amateur and/or Children’s Jumper section will be conducted at Jumping Level 2.
The third and any subsequent classes in the Low section to include a classic will be conducted at Jumping Level 3. The first
two classes in the High Adult Amateur and/or Children’s Jumper section will be conducted at Jumping Level 3. The third
and any subsequent classes in the High section to include a classic will be conducted at Jumping Level 4. If only one section
is offered, the classes will be conducted under Jumping level 3 for all classes offered in the section. Competition
Management may restrict cross entries between High and Low sections at the same show if stated in the prize list. Courses
must be set, and/or adjusted if necessary, to provide safe and suitable distances between jumps in relation to fence heights.
Classes to be scored under Table I; Table II, Section 1, Section 2(a), 2(b), 2(c), or 3; or Table IV, or Table V (Optimum
Time). Cross entry into Junior or Amateur Owner Jumper or any class at level 5 and above is not permitted for the same
horse/rider combination at the same show. A combined Adult Amateur/Children's Jumper section may be offered, and if
entries warrant, may thereafter be split into separate sections.
Equiventure – Antares Challenge
2008 Membership Application
Owner:
Address:
City /ST / Zip:
Email Address:
Phone:
Horse Name:
Horse USEF #
Type: Please indicate All Applicable
Children’s Hunter
Adult Hunter
Child / Adult Jumper
_________________________________________________
Owner / Agent Signature
$25 per horse registration per section
Checks payable to: Southern Challenge League
Mail to: 5890 Highway 159 West
Bellville, Texas 77418
281-572-1272
Information at:
http://www.britanniafarm.com or http://www.southboundshows.com
Email Patrick Rodes: [email protected]
Email Cookie: [email protected]
The Lone Star Round Up
April 23-27, 2008
Show Officials
Management reserves the right to add to or vary from this list
Location: The Texas Rose Horse Park, Tyler, TX
Recognized By:
United States Equestrian Federation
THJA, WIHS, YJC
Equiventure/Antares Challenge
Judges:
Mark Jungherr (H, HSE )
Rob Bielefed (H, HSE, HB)
William Sparks (H, HSE, J)
Mike Lowry (J, hse)
Amesbury, MA
Wellington, FL
Houston, TX
San Antonio, TX
USEF Steward
Carl Hansen
Suzanne O’Neal
Simonton, TX
Wilis ,TX
Management
Southbound Show Mgt.
Argyle, TX
Operations
Manager
Operations Asst.,
Footing
Course Designer
Patrick Rodes
Argyle, TX
Robert Barton
San Antonio, TX
Florencio Hernandez/Jumper
Patrick Rodes/Hunter
Mexico City, MX
Argyle, TX
Announcer
Zak Price
Allen Donnan
Colorado Spgs, CO
Pickering, Ont, CA
Stable Manager
Patrick Rodes
940-240-1207
Argyle, TX
Show Secretary
Kelly Lowry
Jonathan Rabon
San Antonio, TX
Seabrook Island, SC
Veterinarian
Bill Anderson, DVM
214-500-9702
Argyle, TX
Farrier
Bill Bowman
972-825-3449
Dallas, TX
Scoreboard
Mike Lowry
San Antonio, TX
Awards
Ellen Ahmann
Corinth, TX
For additional information contact:
Patrick Rodes (940) 240-1207
Horse Show Office (During Show) 903-881-0348
Entries Close April 7, 2008
TO AVOID LATE FEES
ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE April 7, 2008
NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY
NOMINATING FEE
www.southboundshows.com
The Antares Best Overall Grand Prix Rider Award
The winner of this year end award will receive an Antares Saddle.
Standings are based on most money won. Top money horse per
rider per Grand Prix to count. Participating Grand Prix events are:
$25,000 Lone Star Round Up
$25,000 Grand Prix of the Southwest
$10,000 Southwest Showdown
$25,000 Dallas Harvest
$25,000 Texas Shoot Out
$25,000 Grand Prix of Tyler
$10,000 Fall Fun
$25,000 Min-Winter Classic
The Texas Shoot Out
April 30-May 4, 2008
Show Officials
Management reserves the right to add to or vary from this list
Location: The Texas Rose Horse Park, Tyler, TX
Recognized By:
United States Equestrian Federation
THJA, WCHR, WIHS, YJC
Equiventure/Antares Challenge
Judges:
Matt Collins (H, HSE, HB, )
Tammy Provost (H, HSE)
Carl Hansen (H,HSE, J)
Mike Lowry (J, hse)
Culpepper, VA
Westfield, IN
Simonton, TX
San Antonio, TX
USEF Steward
Pauline Cook
Suzanne O’Neal
Waller, TX
Wilis, TX
Management
Southbound Show Mgt.
Argyle, TX
Operations
Manager
Operations Asst.,
Footing
Patrick Rodes
Argyle, TX
Robert Barton
San Antonio, TX
Course Designer
Patrick Rodes
Argyle, TX
Announcer
Zak Price
Allen Donnan
Colorado Spgs, CO
Pickering, Ont, CA
Stable Manager
Patrick Rodes
940-240-1207
Argyle, TX
Show Secretary
Kelly Lowry
Jonathan Rabon
San Antonio, TX
Seabrook Island, SC
Veterinarian
Bill Anderson, DVM
214-500-9702
Argyle, TX
Farrier
Bill Bowman
972-825-3449
Dallas, TX
Scoreboard
Mike Lowry
San Antonio, TX
Awards
Ellen Ahmann
Corinth, TX
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For additional information contact:
Patrick Rodes (940) 240-1207
Horse Show Office (During Show) 903-881-0348
Entries Close April 7, 2008
TO AVOID LATE FEES
ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE April 7, 2008
NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY
NOMINATING FEE
www.southboundshows.com
$500 Adult Hunter Classic
The Show Jumping Classic
May 21-25, 2008
Show Officials
Management reserves the right to add to or vary from this list
Location: The Texas Rose Horse Park, Tyler, TX
Recognized By:
United States Equestrian Federation
THJA, WCHR, WIHS, YJC
Equiventure/Antares Challenge
Kim Dorfman (H, HSE, HB, J)
Chris Wynn (H, HSE)
Nancy Hall (H, HSE)
Lewis Pack (J)
Mike Lowry (J, hse)
Aiken, SC
Vienna Beach, VA
Honolulu, HI
Columbus, NC
San Antonio, TX
USEF Steward
Nancy Braesicke
Sue Halpern
Lindale, TX
Tulsa, OK
Management
Southbound Show Mgt.
Argyle, TX
Operations
Manager
Course Designer
Patrick Rodes
Argyle, TX
Kenny Krome (Jumper)
Patrick Rodes (Hunter)
Westminster, MD
Argyle, TX
Announcer
Lewis Pack
Zak Price
Columbus, NC
Colorado Spgs, CO
Stable Manager
Patrick Rodes
940-240-1207
Argyle, TX
Show Secretary
Kelly Lowry
Jonathan Rabon
San Antonio, TX
Seabrook Island, SC
Veterinarian
Bill Anderson, DVM
214-500-9702
Argyle, TX
Farrier
Bill Bowman
972-825-3449
Dallas, TX
Scoreboard
Mike Lowry
San Antonio, TX
Awards
Ellen Ahmann
Corinth, TX
Footing
Robert Barton
San Antonio, TX
Judges:
For additional information contact:
Patrick Rodes (940) 240-1207
Horse Show Office (During Show) 903-881-0348
Entries Close May 5, 2008
TO AVOID LATE FEES
ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE May 5, 2008
NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY
NOMINATING FEE
www.southboundshows.com
To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. To be scored under
the open numeric system. Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10
jumps. The top 10 will return for a second round. Each round to count 50% of the total
score. To be eligible to compete the horse/rider combination must have competed in an
Adult Amateur Hunter section at this show. Entries close at 5:00 PM the day prior to the
class.
Class 610
Entry Fee $50
(1) $125 (2) $90 (3) $70 (4) $55 (5) $50 (6) $45 (7) $35 (8) $30
$500 Children’s Hunter Classic
To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. To be scored under
the open numeric system. Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10
jumps. The top 10 will return for a second round. Each round to count 50% of the total
score. To be eligible to compete the horse/rider combination must have competed in a
Children’s Hunter section at this show.
Class 608
Entry Fee $50
(1) $125 (2) $90 (3) $70 (4) $55 (5) $50 (6) $45 (7) $35 (8) $30
$500 Pony Hunter Classic (Week 4 Only)
To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. To be scored under
the open numeric system. Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10
jumps. The top 10 will return for a second round. Each round to count 50% of the total
score. To be eligible to compete the horse/rider combination must have competed in the
Pony Hunter section at this show.
Class 610
Entry Fee $50
(1) $125 (2) $90 (3) $70 (4) $55 (5) $50 (6) $45 (7) $35 (8) $30
Just 2 Miles from the Horse Show Grounds
Offering
Breakfast and Lunch Daily
Dinner on Friday & Saturday
Bar and Lodging
$3,000 Low JR/Amateur Jumper Classic (Week 1 & 3 Only)
Class 606
Entry Fee $150
Level 5
Open to horse/rider combinations that are entered and compete in at least one
other Modified Junior/Amateur Jumper class at this show. Horses must be
ridden by a junior or amateur-owner exhibitor. Proper attire required.
Nominating Fee required.
Entries close at 5:00 PM Saturday.
Jumper Specifications: USEF Table II.2a
Minimum of 15 Entries
(1) $900 (2) $600 (3) $450 (4) $300 (5) $225 (6) $200 (7) $175 (8) $150
The Southwest Classic
May 28-June 1, 2008
Show Officials
Management reserves the right to add to or vary from this list
Location: The Texas Rose Horse Park, Tyler, Texas
Recognized By:
United States Equestrian Federation
THJA, WIHS, WCHR
Equiventure/Antares Challenge
Judges:
Frank Willard (H,HSE)
Claudia Rowland (H,HSE, J)
Jen Drayhan (h, hse)
Lewis Pack (J)
Mike Lowry (J, hse)
Oak Ridge, NC
Wellington, FL
Wellington, FL
Columbus, NC
USEF Steward
Sue Halpern
Nancy Braesicke
Tulsa, OK
Lindale, TX
Management
Southbound Show Management
Argyle, TX
Operations
Manager
Patrick Rodes
940-240-1207
Argyle, TX
Course Designer
Jose “Pepe” Gamara (Jumper)
Patrick Rodes (Hunter)
Bolivia, SA
Argyle, TX
Announcer
Lewis Pack
Zak Price
Columbus, NC
Colorado Spgs, CO
Stable Manager
Patrick Rodes
940-240-1207
Argyle, TX
Show Secretary
Kelly Lowry
Carol Vos
San Antonio, TX
Aiken, SC
Veterinarian
Bill Anderson, DVM
214-500-9702
Argyle, TX
Farrier
Bill Bowman
972-825-3449
Dallas, TX
Scoreboard
Mike Lowry
San Antonio, TX
Awards
Ellen Ahmann
Corinth, TX
Footing
Robert Barton
San Antonio, TX
$2,500 Child/Adult Jumper Classic (Weeks 2 & 4 Only)
Class 606
Entry Fee $125
Entries close at 5:00 PM Saturday.
Open to Junior and Adult Amateur riders. Horse/rider combinations must have
competed in at least one other Child/Adult Jumper class during the show. Proper
attire required.
Jumper Specifications: Level 3, Table II.2a
(1) $650 (2) $525 (3) $400 (4) $275 (5) $200 (6) $175 (7) $150 (8) $125
$1,000 Child/Adult Jumper Classic (Weeks 1 & 3 Only)
Class 607
Entry Fee $75
Entries close at 5:00 PM Saturday.
Open to Junior and Adult Amateur riders. Horse/rider combinations must have
competed in at least one other Child/Adult Jumper class during the show. Proper
attire required.
Jumper Specifications: Level 3, Table II.2a
(1) $250 (2) $190 (3) $150 (4) $100 (5) $90 (6) $80 (7) $70 (8) $70
$1000 Junior Hunter Classic (Week 3 Only)
To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. To be scored under
the open numeric system. Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10
jumps. The top 10 will return for a second round. Each round to count 50% of the total
score. To be eligible to compete the horse/rider combination must have competed in the
Junior Hunter section at this show.
Class 608
Entry Fee $100
(1) $250 (2) $190 (3) $150 (4) $100 (5) $90 (6) $80 (7) $70 (8) $70
$1000 Amateur Owner Hunter Classic (Week 3 Only)
To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. To be scored under
the open numeric system. Each competitor will jump one round of approximately 10
jumps. The top 10 will return for a second round. Each round to count 50% of the total
score. To be eligible to compete the horse/rider combination must have competed in the
Amateur Owner Hunter section at this show.
Class 609
Entry Fee $100
(1) $250 (2) $190 (3) $150 (4) $100 (5) $90 (6) $80 (7) $70 (8) $70
For additional information contact:
Patrick Rodes (940) 240-1207
Horse Show Office (During Show) 903-881-0348
Entries Close May 5, 2008
TO AVOID LATE FEES
ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE May 5, 2008
NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A STALL DEPOSIT AND ANY
NOMINATING FEE
www.southboundshows.com
GENERAL RULES AND INFORMATION
This show is a regular member of the United States Equestrian Federation. Every class offered
herein is covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF rule book and will be
conducted and judged in accordance therewith.
$25,000 Grand Prix of Tyler
ENTRIES: Entries close April 7 for weeks 1 and 2 and May 5 for weeks 3 and 4. New entries (new
or different horses) made after these dates will incur a one time late fee of $35.00. Every Entry
Blank must have the signature of the owner/authorized agent, trainer & be accompanied by a
stall check or open check. It is the responsibility of the person making the entry to execute
properly and complete all necessary information pertaining to each entry made in accordance with
USEF rules. NO NUMBERS WILL BE ISSUED WITHOUT AN OPEN CHECK. CURRENT
COGGINS MUST BE PRESENTED TO THE HORSE SHOW OFFICE. There will be a $35.00
office/services fee for every horse on the show grounds that will cover ring schooling, scratches, and
adds. Management reserves the right to refuse any entry for any reason.
Horses, on the grounds, not entered in any classes, must have a completed entry blank on file
in the office and will be charged a $100 non-showing fee per week.
*Warning: Horses that compete in a class in which they are not properly entered will be
charged a double entry fee. Once a horse has competed in the first class of an “A” rated hunter
section, the division entry fee cannot be refunded.
*Attention foreign exhibitors: All fees MUST be paid in “US Funds”.
Class 603
Entry Fee $475
Declarations are due by 12:00 PM Saturday. In order to compete horses must be
on the grounds 24 hours prior to the scheduled start of the class. USEF rules in
effect. Within the 24 hour period, prior to the class, horses must have their
numbers displayed at all times. Schooling will be restricted to a designated area
only. Formal attire required. Rider/horse bios required.
Nominating Fee required.
Jumper Specifications: USEF Table II.2a
National Standard
(1) $7500 (2) $5500 (3) $3250 (4) $2000 (5) $1500 (6) $1250 (7) $ 1000
(8) $750 (9) $750 (10) $500 (11) $500 (12) $500
STALLS: Permanent 12 X 12 stalls of wood/steel construction, with doors, and temporary 10 X 10
stalls of metal/canvas construction are available Monday afternoon, April 21 (weeks 1 & 2) and
Monday afternoon May 19 (weeks 3 & 4). Cost per permanent stall is $200. Cost per temporary
stall is $150. Stall assignments will be on a first come, first serve basis. NO STALL
ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE MADE WITHOUT PAYMENT OR AN OPEN CHECK FOR
EACH WEEK. Feed, Hay, and Bedding will be available on the show grounds. Bedding may be
ordered in advance by contacting the FACILITY OFFICE AT 903-882-8696 or by utilizing the
advance order form located in this publication. Manure is to be disposed of in designated areas only.
NO MANURE IN TRASH CONTAINERS. No stall doors or panels may be removed. A
$50.00 Grounds Fee will be charged for all horses not purchasing a stall. NO OUTSIDE
SHAVINGS ALLOWED. Please refer to the Texas Rose Horse Park Top 10 Rules for
additional information.
COGGINS TEST: Texas law requires that each horse be accompanied by a negative EIA
certificate dated within one year. PLEASE ATTACH A COPY OF YOUR HORSES’ COGGINS
TO YOUR ENTRY.
REFUNDS: STALL FEES CANNOT BE REFUNDED AFTER April 7 (weeks 1 and 2) and/or
May 5 (weeks 3 & 4). Entry fees will not be refunded after April 7/May 5, respectively, unless a
certificate of illness or injury prepared by an accredited veterinarian, or a doctor’s note regarding
rider illness/injury, is presented to the secretary before the start of the show. Once the show has
started, proper notification of the scratch must be made in the office BEFORE the start of the
classes being scratched. In either case the entry fees will be refunded less any nominating fees, stall
fee, and an office processing charge of $35.00.
NON-NEGOTIABLE CHECKS: A $40.00 SERVICE FEE WILL BE CHARGED FOR ALL
RETURNED CHECKS. Accounts that are not settled within five days with certified funds will be
reported to USEF in accordance with GR 1508.
CREDENTIALS: ALL EXHIBITORS IN ANY PONY, JUNIOR HUNTER OR AMATEUR
SECTION MUST PRESENT THEIR CREDENTIALS (MEASUREMENT CARD OR AMATEUR
CERTIFICATION) TO THE SHOW OFFICE BEFORE THEIR NUMBERS CAN BE RELEASED.
Kindly send a photo copy of credentials with entry to facilitate processing. All horses or ponies
without a valid measurement card will be measured at a designated time and place. Anyone not
presenting valid membership credentials (USEF/USHJA/THJA) will be charged a non-member fee.
DRUGS and MEDICATIONS: Current USEF rules relating to drugs and medications will be
enforced. Each horse entered must pay $7.00 Drug/Medication Fee plus a $5.00 USEF fee.
Presented by Nordic Lights Farm
(Week 4 Only)
All Grand Prix Held at this show are eligible for
Inclusion on the USEF Computer List,
Certification # 8069
USEF Computer List Low Cap
[Classics\
Entries for all classics will close at the time indicated for each class. Jump order
will be posted no later than one hour prior to the start of the class. Post entries
and scratches (after the declaration deadline) will incur a $35 add/scratch fee.
$5,000 EMO Jumper Classic (Week 3 & 4 Only)
Class 604
Entry Fee $200
Level 5
Open to horses that are entered into at least one other class in the show.
Proper attire required.
Nominating Fee required.
Entries close at 3:00 PM Friday.
Jumper Specifications: USEF Table II.2a
Minimum of 15 Entries
(1) $1500 (2) $1000 (3) $750 (4) $500 (5) $400 (6) $350 (7) $250 (8) $250
$3,000 Junior/Amateur Jumper Classic (Week 2 & 4 Only)
Class 605
Entry Fee $150
Level 7
Open to horse/rider combinations that are entered and compete in at least one
other Junior/Amateur Jumper class at this show. Horses must be ridden by a
junior or amateur-owner exhibitor. Proper attire required.
Nominating Fee required.
Entries close at 5:00 PM Saturday.
Jumper Specifications: USEF Table II.2a
Minimum of 15 Entries
(1) $900 (2) $600 (3) $450 (4) $300 (5) $225 (6) $200 (7) $175 (8) $150
[Grand Prix\
$25,000 Lone Star Round Up Grand Prix
(Week 1 Only)
Class 600
Entry Fee $475
Declarations are due by 12:00 PM Saturday. In order to compete horses must be
on the grounds 24 hours prior to the scheduled start of the class. USEF rules in
effect. Within the 24 hour period, prior to the class, horses must have their
numbers displayed at all times. Schooling will be restricted to a designated area
only. Formal attire required. Rider/horse bios required.
Nominating Fee required.
Jumper Specifications: USEF Table II.2a
National Standard
(1) $7500 (2) $5500 (3) $3250 (4) $2000 (5) $1500 (6) $1250 (7) $ 1000
(8) $750 (9) $750 (10) $500 (11) $500 (12) $500
$25,000 Texas Shoot Out Grand Prix
(Week 2 Only)
Class 601
Entry Fee $475
Declarations are due by 12:00 PM Saturday. In order to compete horses must be
on the grounds 24 hours prior to the scheduled start of the class. USEF rules in
effect. Within the 24 hour period, prior to the class, horses must have their
numbers displayed at all times. Schooling will be restricted to a designated area
only. Formal attire required. Rider/horse bios required.
Nominating Fee required.
Jumper Specifications: USEF Table II.2a
National Standard
(1) $7500 (2) $5500 (3) $3250 (4) $2000 (5) $1500 (6) $1250 (7) $ 1000
(8) $750 (9) $750 (10) $500 (11) $500 (12) $500
$25,000 Grand Prix of The Southwest
Benefiting The Boys & Girls Clubs of East Texas
Presented by Peltier Nissan and Peltier Chevrolet
(Week 3 Only)
Class 602
Entry Fee $475
Declarations are due by 12:00 PM Saturday. In order to compete horses must be
on the grounds 24 hours prior to the scheduled start of the class. USEF rules in
effect. Within the 24 hour period, prior to the class, horses must have their
numbers displayed at all times. Schooling will be restricted to a designated area
only. Formal attire required. Rider/horse bios required.
Nominating Fee required.
Jumper Specifications: USEF Table II.2a
National Standard
(1) $7500 (2) $5500 (3) $3250 (4) $2000 (5) $1500 (6) $1250 (7) $ 1000
(8) $750 (9) $750 (10) $500 (11) $500 (12) $500
All Grand Prix Held at this show are eligible for
Inclusion on the USEF Computer List,
Certification # 8070
USEF Computer List Low Cap
SCHOOLING: Hunter Rings will be open for schooling on the day prior to the show. Time
permitting, rings may also be open before and after the show, each day, for hacking. Times to be
posted or announced. Jumping will be permitted only when medical personnel are on the
grounds. HARD HATS MUST BE WORN WHILE JUMPING.
DOGS: Dogs are not permitted to be loose on competition grounds and must be on a leash or
otherwise contained. Individuals must not lead dogs on a leash while mounted. Dog owners failing
to comply with this rule may be subject to penalty under Chapters 6 and 7, as well as issuance of
warning cards pursuant to rule GR 301. In addition, pursuant to facility regulations, loose dogs will
be removed by animal control, from the show grounds, at the owner’s expense.
CHANGES: Management reserves the right to change, cancel, or combine classes, alter courses and
do all things necessary to compensate for excessive or inadequate entries.
ATTIRE/HEADGEAR: All riders must be properly attired. Numbers must be worn and clearly
visible. Protective head gear must be worn BY ALL RIDERS AT ALL TIMES WHILE
JUMPING, anywhere, anytime on the show grounds. Headgear for all riders must meet or exceed
ASTM Standards; must carry the SEI tag; and be properly secured by a harness. (See GR801.2)
JUMPERS: All Horses showing in Jumper classes offering prize money at a competition offering
more than $2500.00 in the following sections (Preliminary, Intermediate, Open, Junior, and
Amateur-Owner) must be recorded with USEF (JP 101), except where prohibited by law. Ties in
jumper classes will jump off for first place only. Ties for all other places will be determined by
first round time. Champion and Reserve will be determined using the USEF point system. Ties
for Champion and Reserve will remain tied.
NOMINATING FEE: Horses competing in all Level V (5) classes, and above, must pay a
nominating fee of $175.
RINGS/FOOTING: Jumper ring is 200’ X 300’. Hunter Ring I is 300’ X 160’. Hunter Ring 2 is
275’ X 150’. Footing in all rings is all-weather sand composite.
JUMP ORDER: Show Management will determine a rotating jump order for all classes over
fences. Riders or Trainers with conflicts must see the paddock masters in both rings so that the
necessary adjustments can be made. Starters have the authority to scratch entries that make no
attempt to be timely, without going through the Steward or Show Manager.
COURSES: Courses will be posted a minimum of one hour prior to each class. In Hunter classes,
fences will simulate fences found in the hunt field such as; brush, wall, in & out, oxer, post and rails,
and gates. At management’s discretion, a dotted line may be put into effect to restrict the size of the
courtesy circle in hunter classes.
POLING: Manual poling and the use of Bamboo Offsets are prohibited at all times on the Show
Grounds. In the event of a violation of this regulation, the involved horse, owner, rider, and trainer
of record may be suspended from further competition at the show where the violation occurred.
RIBBONS/TROPHIES/CHAMPIONSHIPS: All hunter classes receive a trophy and eight ribbons
unless otherwise noted. All equitation classes receive a trophy and six ribbons unless otherwise
noted. All jumper classes receive a trophy and six ribbons unless otherwise noted. Each hunter and
jumper section will receive a champion & reserve award based on points unless otherwise noted. All
classes (except model) in hunter divisions will count towards champion points per HU 138.
PRIZES: Prize money is indicated for each class. Prize money won can be paid by check or
deducted from each horses account. An IRS W-9 form must be completed in full before any prize
money exceeding $600 can be paid. Prize money will be withheld if Social Security number is not
on file. Prize money will be payable to the owner unless written authorization is on file with the
show secretary.
CAMPERS: Camper spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis and must be reserved on
the entry form. No reservations will be taken without payment or an open check for each week.
Hookups cost $200 per week. CAMPERS MAY NOT BE PARKED WITHOUT FIRST
CHECKING IN AT THE HORSE SHOW OFFICE.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO: From time to time, events at this facility are taped or produced
for live and/or delayed broadcast on National Television. The copyrights of any video production at
the Texas Rose Horse Park remain the property of the Texas Rose Horse Park and A. F. Productions
(A. F. P. Sports Television). No portion of any event may be copied, sold or rebroadcast (except
non-economic use by the event participants) without the express written consent of the Texas Rose
Horse Park and A. F. Productions (A. F. P. Sports Television), Tyler, Texas. All copyrights are
reserved under the Federal Copyright Laws of The United States.
PHOTO RELEASE: I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos/videos at the competition
and grant Southbound Show Management, Inc. and its agent’s full use of any and all competition
photos and video.
OPERATION OF MOTORIZED VEHICLES: 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 limited to, golf carts,
motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of recognized
competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above described vehicles
so long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. 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 Rule 7. Wheelchairs and
other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule.
*Additionally, pursuant to Texas Rose Horse Park Facility Rules, no ATV’s or motorcycles of
engine size 50cc or greater are allowed on the facility property. All vehicles must observe
posted speed limits at all times.
PRIZE MONEY DISTRIBUTION:
MONEY
1
2
3
$100
$30
$20
$15
$200
$60
$40
$30
$300
$90
$75
$50
$500
$120
$95
$80
$1000
$300
$220
$160
4
$15
$30
$40
$75
$140
5
$10
$20
$25
$70
$100
6
$10
$20
$20
$60
$80
7
$1500 Level 6 Jumper
Nominating fee required.
535, 536
537
Entry Fee $50 Per Class
$500 Level 6 Jumper, Table II.2b
$500 Level 6 Jumper, Table II.2c
Level 6 Jumper Champion and Reserve
Pony Jumpers
Entry Fee $35 Per Class
Pony Jumper V.1 (Optimum Time), Level 2
Pony Jumper II.2b, Level 2
NAL Pony Jumper Qualifier II.2c, Level 3
Pony Jumper Rider Style Award
Pony Jumper Champion and Reserve
538
539
540
$500 Level 7 Jumper
Nominating fee required.
541
Entry Fee $50 Per Class
$500 Level 7 Jumper, Table II.2b
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US EQUESTRIAN MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT
Level 4 Jumpers
Entry Fee $35 Per Class
Entries may be limited on a first come first serve basis.
514, 515, 516
Level 4 Jumper II.2b
Low Non-Pro Jumper
Open to Junior and Adult Amateur riders per USEF Section JP118.
517
518
519
Entry Fee $35 Per Class
Low Non-Pro Jumper, V.1, Opt Time, Level 1
Low Non-Pro Jumper, Table II.2b, Level 1
Low Non-Pro Jumper, Table II.2c, Level 1
Low Non-Pro Jumper Champion and Reserve
Children’s Jumper
Open to Junior riders per USEF Section JP118.
520, 521
522
Entry Fee $35 Per Class
Children’s Jumper, Table II.2b, Level 2
Children’s Jumper, Table II.2c, Level 3
Children’s Jumper Champion and Reserve
Adult Amateur Jumper
Open to Adult Amateur riders per USEF Section JP118.
523, 524
525
Entry Fee $35 Per Class
Adult Amateur Jumper II.2b, Level 2
Adult Amateur Jumper II.2c, Level 3
Adult Amateur Jumper Champion and Reserve
$900 Low Junior/Amateur Jumper
Horses in this section must be ridden by a junior or amateur exhibitor.
Entry Fee $45 Per Class
526, 527
$300 Modified Junior/Amateur Jumper II.2b, Level 5
528 (Week 2 & 4 Only) $300 Modified Junior/Amateur Jumper II.2c, Level 5
Modified Junior/Amateur Jumper Champion and Reserve (Week 2 & 4 Only)
Nominating fee required
$1500 Junior/Amateur Jumper
Horses in this section must be ridden by an Amateur Owner or amateur member of the owner’s
family, or by a Junior exhibitor per Section JP117.
Entry Fee $50 Per Class
Nominating fee required.
529
$500 Jr/AO Jumper, Table II.2b, Level 7
530
$500 Jr/AO Jumper, Table II.2b, Level 7
531 (Week 1 & 3 Only) $500 Jr/AO Jumper, Table II.2c, Level 7
Junior/Amateur Jumper Champion and Reserve (Week 1 & 3 Only)
$1500 Level 5 Jumper
Nominating fee required.
532, 533
534
Entry Fee $50 Per Class
$500 Level 5 Jumper, Table II.2b
$500 Level 5 Jumper, TableII.2c
Level 5 Jumper Champion and Reserve
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 provided the respective
breed/discipline dues or breed/discipline category fee has been paid. 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 $20 nonmember registration fee and a $5 breed/discipline category
fee for each breed/discipline. 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.
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 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 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, cable -casts, 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.
THJA MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT
THJA MEMBERS SHALL BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL CLASSES AT COMPETITIONS
RECOGNIZED BY THJA. A NON-MEMBER MAY PARTICIPATE AS A RIDER, OWNER, LESSEE,
AGENT OR TRAINER IN THJA RECOGNIZED SHOWS, UPON PAYMENT OF A $10.00 REGISTRATION
FEE. PARTICPANTS IN THE FOLLOWING CLASSES ARE EXEMPT FROM THE REQUIRMENT OF THIS
RULE 1) LEADLINE 2)EXHIBITIONS 3)GAMES AND RACES 4)BEGINNER 5)SHORT STIRRUP 6)PREBEGINNER 7)BABY GREEN.(SEE ALSO THJA BYLAWS SEC. 1,H,3) IN ORDER TO AVOID A NONMEMBER FEE AND TO RECEIVE POINTS FOR A HORSE AND/OR RIDER, HORSES AND RIDERS MUST
BE REGISTERED PRIOR TO THE START OF THE HORSE SHOW. THE POSTMARK, IF MAILED, OR
THE TIME STAMP ISSUED BY THE WEBSITE, IF DONE ONLINE, DETERMINES THE DATE OF
REGISTRATION.. IF A MEMBER DOES NOT HAVE A MEMBERSHIP CARD OR IS NOT ON THE
CURRENT ROOSTER A $10 NON-MEMBER FEE MUST BE PAID. A CHECK FOR THE NONMEMBER
FEE AND MEMBERSHIP AFFIDAVIT MUST BE FILLED OUT WITH THE SHOW SECRETARY. THE
NON-MEMBER FEE WILL BE REFUNDED WITH PROOF OF THJA MEMBERSHIP.
RESPONSIBILITY: Submission of entry to this show constitutes an agreement to the following:
Exhibitor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless The Texas Rose Horse Park, Southbound Show
Management, Inc., The Lone Star Round Up Horse Show, The Texas Shoot-Out Horse Show, The
Show Jumping Classic Horse Show and The Southwest Classic Horse Show and Horse Show
officials against any claims, demands, costs and expenses, including reasonable attorney fees for the
defense thereof, arising from the conduct or management of Exhibitor’s business or its use of the
premises or from any breach on the part of the Exhibitor of any conditions of this Agreement, or
contractors, agents, employees, guests or invitees in or about the premises. In case of any action or
proceeding brought against The Texas Rose Horse Park, Southbound Show Management, Inc., The
Lone Star Round Up Horse Show, The Texas Shoot-Out Horse Show, The Show Jumping Classic
Horse Show and The Southwest Classic Horse Show management by reason of such claim
Exhibitor, upon notice, covenants to defend such action or proceeding by council acceptable to
owner. Exhibitor is responsible for his/her own property and The Texas Rose Horse Park,
Southbound Show Management, Inc., The Lone Star Round Up Horse Show, The Texas Shoot-Out
Horse Show, The Show Jumping Classic Horse Show and The Southwest Classic Horse Show
Management are not responsible for accidents, fire or theft.
WARNING: THE LONE STAR ROUND UP HORSE SHOW, THE TEXAS SHOOT OUT
HORSE SHOW, THE SHOW JUMPING CLASSIC HORSE SHOW AND THE SOUTHWEST
CLASSIC HORSE SHOW, IT’S MANAGEMENT, OFFICERS, OWNERS, 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, VEHICLE, OR EQUIPMENT AT THE SHOW. THIS SHALL
BE A CONDITION OF ENTRY TO THE SHOW OR SHOW GROUNDS.
Show Management reserves the right to interpret all questions and conditions in regard to, or arising
out of the show without claims for damages or recourse of any kind. All items not covered in these
rules and information shall be decided by Horse Show Management, its’ decision to be final.
MAIL/PACKAGES: Items can be sent to:
Horse Show Office
Tyler Equestrian Center
14078 South Highway 110 North
Tyler, Texas 75704
Directions to The Tyler Equestrian Center
From the east (Shreveport Area) take I-20 west to the Van/Tyler, Highway 110 exit (#548). Turn
left/south. Go approximately 1 mile. The equestrian center is on the left.
From the west (Dallas Area) take I-20 east to the Van/Tyler exit, Highway 110 exit (#548). Turn
right/south. Go approximately 1 mile. The equestrian center is on the left.
For more information about the Tyler, TX area visit their website: www.tylertexas.com
Please be sure to book your hotel rooms early due
to conflicts with 1st Monday Trade Days.
Camper Spaces must be reserved and paid for
in advance. You must check in at the horse
show office for your space assignment prior to
parking your camper.
\JUMPER DIVISIONS[
All horses competing at Level V and above must pay a nominating fee of $175.
A Jump order will be drawn and posted prior to the first class. The jump order
will be systematically rotated each day. Horses must be declared for the classes of
their choice by 5 PM of the prior day. Time allowed in accordance with JP 129.2.
Children and Adult Jumpers will be combined if there are less than six (6) entries
in either division. Horses tied for other than 1st place will be placed based on 1st
round time.
Level 0. Fences 2’9” in height.
Level 1. Fences 3’0” in height; 3’0” to 3’6” in spread
Level 2. Fences 3’3” in height; 3’3” to 3’9” in spread
Level 3. Fences 3’6” in height; 3’6” to 4’0” in spread
Level 4. Fences 3’9” in height; 3’9” to 4’3” in spread
Level 5. Fences 4’0” in height; 4’0” to 4’6” in spread
Level 6. Fences 4’3” in height; 4’3” to 4’9” in spread
Level 7. Fences 4’6” in height; 4’6” to 5’0” in spread
Level 8. Fences 4’9” in height; 4’9” to 5’3” in spread
Level 9. Fences 5’0” in height; 5’0” to 5’6” in spread
Level 1 Jumper
Entry Fee $35 Per Class
Entries may be limited on a first come first serve basis.
500, 501, 502
Level 1 Jumper IIBR (Clear Round)
Young Jumper Championships Qualifier
Held in accordance with YJC specifications and JP116. Open to horses that have
appropriate proof of age. Horses showing in the 6, 7, 8 year old classes may not
have competed in any open jumper classes offering $25,000 or more in prize
money. Classes 504 & 505 must have a minimum of 6 entries in order for prize
money to be awarded. Classes with fewer than the required entries will be held
and points will count towards year end qualifying in accordance with YJC rules.
Entry Fee $35/Class 503 & $50 Classes 504 & 505
503
Young Jumper 5 Year Olds, L4, V.1 (Optimum Time)
504
$500 Young Jumper, 6 Year Olds, L5, II.2b
505
$500 Young Jumper, 7/8 Year Olds, L6, II.2b
Level 2 Jumpers
Clear rounds will receive a blue ribbon.
Entry Fee $35 Per Class
Entries may be limited on a first come first serve basis.
506, 507, 508, 509
Level 2 Jumper IIBR (Clear Round)
Level 3 Jumpers
Clear rounds will receive a blue ribbon.
Entry Fee $35 Per Class
Entries may be limited on a first come first serve basis.
510, 511, 512, 513
Level 3 Jumper IIBR (Clear Round)
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help ensure a prosperous future for show
hunters and jumpers in America.
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TRHP-SHOW SERVICES
ADVANCE ORDER FORM
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Address
City
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Phone
Cell Phone
Zip
Texas Rose Horse Park
SHOW SERVICES
14078 State Hwy 110N
Tyler, TX 75704
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Email
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SELECT A DIVISION
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Members must designate one WCHR division and one WCHR region. Points will be accumulated in only that
division and region. Members must contact the AHJF in writing to change their division and region.
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METHODS OF PAYMENT
If you want an open charge account that will run through the last day of the show, you must include the following:
1. Your SIGNED blank check payable to “TRHP”. On the “FOR” line, you must print “OPEN ACCOUNT”.
2. You must included your driver’s license number and expiration date on check as well as a phone number.
This check will be retained in the Show Services Office until the end of the show, unless you decide to close your account earlier.
If you prefer, you may pay your account by cash and we will then return your check to you. A handling fee of $15.00 will be
charged if you do not come to the Show Services Office to close your account before you leave the show. A fee of $35.00 will
be charged for all checks returned for insufficient funds. There will be a fee of $50.00 added to any account that has to be
invoiced after the end of the show.
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MUST complete a membership form for each family member.
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Free Balance 12:12 #25
Omolene 200
Mare & Maintence #30
Race Ready
Born to Win #30
Equine Senior
Amplify Nuggett #30
I would like to make an additional tax deductible contribution to the
AHJF Emergency Relief Fund
$ __________
Horseman’s Edge 14% Sweet
Nicker Makers #3.5
Wheat Bran
Nutrisource Apple&Oat #2.5
PAYMENT
Include membership fee by check made payable to AHJF and mail to:
AHJF Membership Department • PO Box 369,
West Boylston, MA 01583
Questions? Call 508-835-8813 or visit www.ahjf.org
Pay by Credit Card
Circle One—VISA
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Whole Oat
Nutrisource Carrot&Oat #2.5
Shredded Beet Pulp
Paddock (weekly)
Alfalfa Pellet
Golf Cart Daily
Alfalfa Cube
Golf Cart Weekly
Hay
Shavings
$200.00
$75.00
$300.00
Alfalfa Hay
AMEX
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** No portion of a lifetime membership fee to the AHJF is considered a
charitable contribution.
AHJF Retired Equine Placement Resource
AHJF BSA, Inc.
Master 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan
Phone: 903.882.8696
Show Office: 903.881.0348
Fax: 903.881.0228
E-mail: [email protected]
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TOP 10 RULES
1. PARKING: Parking in designated areas only. NO PARKING is allowed in the barn area. TEMPORARY PARKING in barn areas is for the unloading and loading of trailers only. All trailers should be dropped in the approved
lot and are not allowed to park in the stabling area. Public Parking is in designated areas only.
The Residence Inn by Marriott
Tyler, Texas
2. CAMPER’S/RV’S/HORSE TRAILERS WITH LIVING SPACE: Must go to campground for hook-up. NO
HOOK-UP ALLOWED TO THE BARNS AT ANY TIME! Limited spots available, please reserve you space
through the show management. RV spaces are assigned through show manager.
3. GOLF CARTS/ATV’S: a privilege-not a right-extended to show participants. Must be at least 16 years of age
with valid driver’s license. Golf carts can be rented through TRHP show services in the show office. Golf carts
are rented on a first come first served bases and TRHP strongly suggests that reservations be made in advanced. NO FOUR-WHEELERS, THREE WHEELERS, OR MOTOR BIKES OVER 50 cc ARE ALLOWED ON
PARK GROUNDS. Golf Carts, mopeds, rural rate vehicles such as Gators and Mules, scooters, small motor
bikes, and bicycles are allowed.
4. DOGS: Must be on a leash (not to exceed 6 feet in length) or suitably restrained in a tack stall/cage etc. Loose
animal/s left in vehicles in distress, etc. can and will be removed from the grounds at the owner’s expense.
5. HORSES: 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. FIRE CODES: TRHP does not allow any of the following in stalls, barns or tents:
x No 2-prong plug appliances. No 2-prong plug extension cords. No light duty cords for indoor use.
x No 3-way adaptors unless specifically made for outdoors.
x No cooking in barns or tents.
x No overloading electrical outlets.
x No electrical cords on the ground or buried.
FANS IN THE STABLE AREA THAT ARE CONNECTED TO A 3-PRONG HEAVY DUTY OUTDOOR EXTEN
SION CORD OR 3-PRONG OUTDOOR ADAPTER ARE ACCEPTABLE.
8. STALLS: TRHP does not permit the use of any nails, fencing staples, screws, duct tape, or any other things
to be driven into any portion of the stalls or buildings, nor the signs to be affixed, with any type of material(s) that
may cause damage, changes, alterations, repairs, painting or staining of any part of the stalls or buildings. Any
erection or installation of equipment must be made with material(s) that are temporary in nature and will not
cause permanent damage such as zip-ties, Velcro, light duty staples, masking tape, etc.
9. WASTE DISPOSAL: All trash should be placed in proper containers that are located throughout the park. Muck
generated during event must be placed in designated areas. Muck should not be placed in the barns, at the end
of the barns, or in any other non-designated area.
10. SCHOOLING/LONGEING: Schooling is at designated times/places only and will be set and posted by show
management. Longeing is allowed only in in-door area and/or designated areas only.
Event Management is responsible for notifying/making available all Park rules/regulations to
participants in their event. Included by not limited to Exhibitors, Officials and Volunteers.
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HUNT SEAT EQUITATION CLASSES
All classes to be judged in accordance with the current USEF standards for equitation.
Entry Fee (Per Class) $30
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
Limit Equitation Flat
Limit Equitation Over Fences 2’6”
Junior Equitation Flat 13 & Under
Junior Equitation Over Fences 13 & Under, Fences 3’
Junior Equitation Flat 14-17
Junior Equitation Over Fences 14-17, Fences 3’6”
Children’s Equitation Flat
408
Children’s Equitation Over Fences, Fences 3’
Open to Junior Riders not showing 3’6” or higher at this show.
Open to Junior Riders not showing 3’6” or higher at this show.
409
Adult Equitation Flat
410
Adult Equitation Over Fences 3’
411
Pony Equitation Flat
412
Pony Equitation Over Fences 2’3”, 2’6”, 2’9”, 3’
413 USEF/Pessoa Hunter Seat Medal Class
Entry Fee $40
Open to Junior members of the USEF who are under 18 years of age. Fences 3’6”.
See USEF EQ112
414 USEF Show Jumping Talent Search Class
Entry Fee $40
Fences 3’6” – 3’9”. See USEF EQ112
415 ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship
Entry Fee $40
Open to Junior patrons of the ASPCA who are under 18 years of age. Rider and trainer
must be members of the ASPCA/NHSAA, and must show their ASPCA numbers on the
entry blank. All contestants are required to perform over at least eight fences at 3’6”.
Twelve (12) riders, if available, are required to show at the walk, trot and canter. Flat to
count 50%. Only one rider per horse. To fill the class six (6) competitors must complete
the course.
Washington International Horse Show Equitation Classes
WIHS Tad Coffin Performance Saddles Equitation and Manhattan Mortgage
Riders may only compete in one WIHS Equitation class at a show.
416 WIHS Pony Equitation
Entry Fee $40
To be shown over a course of not less than six (6) obstacles at standard pony heights.
Riders may be asked to return to show at the walk, trot and canter and to perform any
additional tests at the judges’ discretion.
417 WIHS Tad Coffin Performance Saddles Equitation
Conventional tack per USEF Article 2209.2. Only running martingales used in the
conventional manner are permitted in the Jumper Phase. Both Hunter & Jumper Phases to
be scored under the Numerical System in the first round. Scores from each phase will be
added together to determine the overall winner. Scores from the first phase will determine
the order of go in the second phase. The highest score to return last; riders may volunteer
to move up in the order.
417.1 Hunter Phase
Entry Fee $40
To be shown over a minimum of 8 jumps at 3’6”. Further testing will be optional; USEF
Tests 1-19.
417.2 Jumper Phase
Entry Fee $40
The judge will give a numerical score for each competitor’s round. The announcer will
announce the judge’s numerical score and then deduct time faults as follows: one point for
each commenced second over the time allowed. Further testing will be optional; USEF
Tests 1-19.
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Hunter Breeding (Week 1 and 2 Only)
Horses to be judged on conformation, way of moving, quality, substance,
soundness and suitability to become hunters.
Entry Fee $35
281
Yearlings
282
Two Year Olds
283
Three Year Olds
284
Best Young Horse
No Entry Fee
Open Working Hunter .
Individual Classes $35
301, 302, 303, 304,
305, 306
Open Working Hunter, Fences 3’ 6”, 3’9”, 4’
Low Working Hunter
Individual Classes $35
Open to horses or ponies.
307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312
313, 314, 315
316, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321
NAME: ________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: _____________________________________________________
CITY, ST, ZIP __________________________________________________
TELEPHONE: (H) _______________________ (O)_____________________
THJA # _________ E-Mail Address: ___________________________
____Check here if you do not want your phone number in the THJA Member Roster.
____Check here to keep your name/address off membership roster and mailing lists.
____Check here if you do not want your e-mail address in the THJA Member Roster.
Category of Membership Desired:
______JUNIOR (Not having reached 18tth birthday on 12/1/07): $35.00
Junior Rider’s Birth date ______________(Required)
______SENIOR (18 & over): $45.00
Amateur Owner Birth date _____________
______LIFE: $500.00 (Cannot be paid by credit card)
Low Working Hunter 3”, 3’3”
Low Working Hunter 2’6”
Schooling Pony Hunter .
322, 323, 324, 325, 326
THJA Membership Application Form – 2008
Membership year runs from December 1 to November 30
Individual Classes $35
Schooling Pony Hunter, Fences 2’3”, 2’6”, 2’9”, 3’
The EMO Agency Leading Rider Awards
The EMO Agency is pleased to present “Circuit Awards” in each of
the categories listed below. To be eligible the rider must participate
in 3 of the 4 weeks. USEF Rated Sections only will apply. The
USEF “rated” section in which the rider accrues the most points
each week will count towards the total points for the circuit award
(only one section each week to count). Ties will be broken by the
judges. Model points not to count.
Professional Hunter Rider
Amateur Hunter Rider
Junior Hunter Rider (Horse or Pony)
Child/Adult Hunter Rider
Jumper Rider
THJA Horse Registration Application – 2008
NAME OF HORSE: ________________________________________
(If owner is not a member, no points will be credited to the reg. horse.)
Gelding
SEX:
Mare
Color: _________Height:______Foal Date:____
Stallion
OWNER’S NAME: ________________________________________
(If owner is a stable or corporation, please give name of senior partner or executive.)
ADDRESS: ______________________________________________
CITY, ST, ZIP: ___________________________________________
TELEPHONE: (H) _________________ (O) _____________________
______ HORSE REGISTRATION: $40.00 (Lifetime Registration)
______ OWNERSHIP TRANSFER: $25.00 (THJA Registered Horse)
Previous Owner: _____________________________________________
______ NAME CHANGE: $15.00 (THJA Registered Horse)
Previous Name: ____________________________________
The Lone Star Round Up, The Texas Shoot Out, The Show Jumping Classic, The Southwest Classic
Are operated in accordance with the current rules of the Texas Hunter and Jumper Association by which they are
recognized and rated “A” in Regular, Reg. Conformation, Green, Green Conformation, Amateur Owner, Pony,
Children’s Pony, Junior, Children’s, Adult Hunter, and Jr./AO, Children’s, Adult, and Low Jr/Am, Pony Jumper.
Points for placing in Hunter Breeding, Junior, Children’s and Adult Equitation will be credited in accordance with
the rules of THJA.
We also accept payment by credit card from this form or online at our website:
www.thja.org
Name on Card: ____________________________________________________
Card Number: _______________________________ Expiration: ____________
Billing Address of Card (if different from above) ___________________________
Please submit this form with the appropriate dues made payable to “THJA” to:
Ann Yaffe · 3299 Beaver Creek Drive · Brookshire, TX 77423 · (281) 375-32
Competition Name: The Lone Star Round Up
USEF Competition #322699
USEF Competition # 317430
Competition Name: The Texas Shoot Out
USEF Competition #7401
Competition Name: The Show Jumping Classic
USEF Competition # 6212
Competition Name: The Southwest Classic
Divisions/Ratings: “A” in Regular, Regular Conformation, Green, Green Conformation,
Amateur/Owner, Junior, Pony and Green Pony Hunter. “C” in Children’s, Adult, Pre-Green and
Children’s Pony Hunter and Adult, Children’s and Pony Jumper and Hunter Breeding.
USEF Competition Name:_____________________________________USEF#:_________________
Competition Division(s) and Rating(s):__________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
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Fences 3’3”
266, 267
268
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Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $90
Modified Junior/Amateur Hunter Over Fences
Modified Junior/Amateur Hunter U/S
Modified Junior/Amateur Champion and Reserve
Pre Child/Adult Hunter
Open to horses and ponies or riders who have not won three (3) Blue Ribbons.
Fences 2”
Individual classes $35
Section Entry Fee $90
269, 270
Pre Child/Adult Hunter Over Fences
271
Pre Child/Adult Hunter U/S
Pre Child/Adult Champion and Reserve
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Beginner Hunter
Open to horses and ponies or riders who have not won three (3) Blue Ribbons.
Fences 18”
Individual classes $35
Section Entry Fee $90
272, 273
Beginner Hunter Over Fences
274
Beginner Hunter U/S
Beginner Hunter Champion and Reserve
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Short/Long Stirrup Hunter
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Open to horses and ponies ridden by Junior or Amateur exhibitors, in their first two (2)
show seasons at USEF Regular Member shows. Fences 18” -24” in height. Hunter classes
to be judged on performance, manners, way of going, and suitability as a long/short stirrup
mount. Not eligible for any other classes except Long/Short Stirrup Equitation.
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Modified Junior/Amateur Hunter
Open to Junior/Amateur riders.
MEMBERPERKS PRIVILEGES FOR ALL MEMBERS
Mention USEF Code 00207740
Limit Rider Hunter
Open to any rider who has not won six (6) blue ribbons over fences, equitation
included, at a THJA/USEF affiliate recognized show. Riders eligible at the
beginning of the show year will remain eligible all year.
Fences 2’6” - 2’9” Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $125
261, 262 , 263, 264
Limit Rider Hunter Over Fences
265
Limit Rider Hunter Under Saddle
Limit Rider Hunter Champion and Reserve
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Individual classes $35
Section Entry Fee $90
275, 276
Long/Short Stirrup Hunter Over Fences
277
Long/Short Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle
Long/Short Stirrup Hunter Champion and Reserve
Short/Long Stirrup Equitation
Open to horses and ponies ridden by Junior or Amateur exhibitors, in their first two (2)
show seasons at USEF Regular Member shows. Fences 18” -24” in height. Not eligible for
any other classes except Short/Long Stirrup Hunter.
Individual classes $35
Section Entry Fee $90
278, 279
Long/Short Stirrup Equitation Over Fences
280
Long/Short Stirrup Equitation on the Flat
Long/Short Stirrup Equitation Champion and Reserve
\HUNTER DIVISIONS[
Baby Green Hunter
Open to horses and ponies in their first year of showing.
Fences 2’3" - 2’6” Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $125
235, 236, 237, 238
Baby Green Hunter Over Fences
239
Baby Green Hunter Under Saddle
Baby Green Hunter Champion and Reserve
Courses will simulate fences found in the hunting field such as; brush, wall, in
and out, oxer, post/rails, gates, aiken and panels. Classes will be judged on
performance and soundness unless otherwise noted. Sections with less than six
entries will be combined. Combined sections with less than six entries may be
cancelled.
Special Hunter Low
Open to horses and ponies.
Fences 2’3”-2’6” Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $110
240, 241, 242
Special Hunter Over Fences
243
Special Hunter Under Saddle
Special Hunter Champion and Reserve
Special Hunter High
Open to horses and ponies.
Fences 2’9”
Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $110
244, 245, 246
Special Hunter Over Fences
247
Special Hunter Under Saddle
Special Hunter Champion and Reserve
3’ Non Pro Hunter
Open to Junior or Amateur riders mounted on horses.
Fences 3’
Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $125
248, 249, 250, 251
3’ Non-Pro Hunter Over Fences
252
3’ Non-Pro Hunter Under Saddle
3’ Non-Pro Hunter Champion and Reserve
Children’s Pony Hunter
Ponies shown in this section may not be shown by an adult at the same show. Cross entry
is not permitted into the Pony Hunter Section. USEF Measurement Cards required.
Fences 2’ Small, 2’3” Med, 2’6” Large
Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $110
253, 254, 255
Children’s Pony Hunter Over Fences
256
Children’s Pony Hunter Under Saddle
Children’s Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve
Modified Children’s/Adult Hunter
Horse/Rider combination may not cross enter into any USEF “A” rated hunter section.
Fences 2’6”
257, 258, 259
260
Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $110
Modified Child/Adult Hunter Over Fences
Modified Child/Adult Hunter U/S
Modified Children’s/Adult Champion and Reserve
$1000 Regular Working Hunter
Fences 4’
Individual Classes May Not Be Entered
Section Entry Fee $200
101, 102, 103, 104
$200 Regular Working Hunter O/F
105
$200 Regular Working Hunter Under Saddle
Regular Working Hunter Champion and Reserve
$1000 Regular Conformation Hunter
Fences 4’
Individual Classes May Not Be Entered
106, 107, 108, 109
110
111
Section Entry Fee $200
$200 Regular Conformation Hunter O/F
$200 Regular Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
Regular Conformation Model
Entry Fee $15.00
(Model must be entered separately)
Regular Conformation Hunter Champion and Reserve
$3000 Green Working Hunter
Fences 3’6” First Year, 3’9” Second Year
Section Entry Fee $235
Individual Classes May Not Be Entered
112, 113, 114, 115
$300 1st Year Green Working Hunter O/F
116
$300 1st Year Green Working Hunter Under Saddle
st
1 Year Green Working Hunter Champion and Reserve
117, 118, 119, 120
$300 2nd Year Green Working Hunter O/F
121
$300 2nd Year Green Working Hunter Under Saddle
nd
2 Year Green Working Hunter Champion and Reserve
$1000 Green Conformation Hunter
Fences 3’6” First Year, 3’9” Second Year
Section Entry Fee $200
Individual Classes May Not Be Entered
122, 123, 124, 125
$200 Green Conformation Hunter O/F
126
$200 Green Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
127
Green Conformation Model
Entry Fee $15.00
(Model must be entered separately)
Green Conformation Hunter Champion and Reserve
$4000 Amateur Owner Hunter
USEF Amateur Certification Required
Fences 3’6”
Section Entry Fee $250
Individual Classes May Not Be Entered
128,129, 130, 131
$400 Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35 O/F
132
$400 Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35 Under Saddle
Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35 Champion and Reserve
133, 134, 135, 136
$400 Amateur Owner Hunter 36 and Over O/F
137
$400 Amateur Owner Hunter 36/O Under Saddle
Amateur Owner Hunter 36 and Over Champion and Reserve
$6000 Junior Hunter
USEF Measurement Cards Required
Fences 3’6”
Section Entry Fee $235
Individual Classes May Not Be Entered
138, 139, 140
$300 Small Junior Hunter 15/U O/F
141
$500 Small Junior Handy Hunter 15/U
142
$100 Small Junior Hunter 15/UUnder Saddle
Small Junior Hunter 15/U Champion and Reserve
143, 144, 145
$300 Small Junior Hunter 16-17 O/F
146
$500 Small Junior Handy Hunter 16-17
147
$100 Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Under Saddle
Small Junior Hunter 16-17 Champion and Reserve
148, 149, 150
$300 Large Junior Hunter 15/U O/F
151
$500 Large Junior Handy Hunter 15/U
152
$100 Large Junior Hunter 15/U Under Saddle
Large Junior Hunter 15/U Champion and Reserve
153, 154, 155
$300 Large Junior Hunter 16-17 O/F
156
$500 Large Junior Handy Hunter 16-17
157
$100 Large Junior Hunter 16-17 Under Saddle
Large Junior Hunter 16-17 Champion and Reserve
Grand Hunter Award
Presented At The Texas Shoot Out Horse Show
Awarded the Judy Carrigan Perpetual Trophy
2007
2006
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
Cape Town
Langley
Renaissance
Carlyle
Westpoint
Broadway
Blue Rodeo
Becky Gochman
Kate Cummings
Alexandria Dillard
Kate Gibson
Alex Beckstett
Kimberly Wang
Jana Rodes
Children’s & Adult Amateur Hunter Class Specifications
Open to Junior and Amateur Adult riders mounted on horses. The same
horse/rider combination may not cross enter into any class where the fences
exceed 3’3” (Equitation excepted). The rider may compete on a different horse
in any other division for which the rider/horse are eligible. The horse may be
shown by another exhibitor in any division for which they are eligible except
Junior or A/O Hunter.
$750 Adult Amateur Hunter
USEF Amateur Certification Required
Fences 3’
Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $135
200, 201, 202
Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 O/F
203
$250 Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Stake
204
Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Under Saddle
Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 Champion and Reserve
205, 206, 207
Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 O/F
208
$250 Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Stake
209
Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Under Saddle
Adult Amateur Hunter 36-49 Champion and Reserve
210, 211, 212
Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over O/F
213
$250 Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over Stake
214
Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over Under Saddle
Adult Amateur Hunter 50 & Over Champion and Reserve
$500 Children’s Hunter
Fences 3’
215, 216, 217
218
219
220, 221, 222
223
224
Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $135
Children’s Hunter 14/U O/F
$250 Children’s Hunter 14/U Stake
Children’s Hunter 14/U Hunter Under Saddle
Children’s Hunter 14/U Champion and Reserve
Children’s Hunter 15-17 O/F
$250 Children’s Hunter 15-17 Stake
Children’s Hunter 15-17 Under Saddle
Children’s Hunter 15-17 Champion and Reserve
$500 Pre Green Hunter
Open to horses or ponies that have not shown over fences at a recognized show prior to
the previous calendar year. Horses eligible for 2 year green are not eligible for Pre Green.
Cross entry not permitted between 3’ and 3’3” sections. Sections will be combined if there
are less than six (6) entries per section.
nd
Fences 3’ and 3’3” Individual Classes $35
Section Entry Fee $135
225, 226, 227
3’ Pre Green Hunter Over Fences
228
$250 3’ Pre Green Hunter Stake
229
3’ Pre Green Hunter Under Saddle
3’ Pre Green Hunter Champion and Reserve
230, 231, 232
3’3” Pre Green Hunter Over Fences
233
$250 3’3” Pre Green Hunter Stake
234
3’3” Pre Green Hunter Under Saddle
3’3” Pre Green Hunter Champion and Reserve
$3000 Pony Hunter
USEF Measurement Cards Required
Child/Adult League
Fences 2’3” (Small), 2’6” (Medium), 3’ (Large)
Section Entry Fee $200
Individual Classes May Not Be Entered
158
$200 Small Pony Conformation Hunter
159, 160, 161
$200 Small Pony Hunter Over Fences
162
$200 Small Pony Hunter Under Saddle
Small Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve
163
$200 Medium Pony Conformation Hunter
164, 165, 166
$200 Medium Pony Hunter Over Fences
167
$200 Medium Pony Hunter Under Saddle
Medium Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve
168
$200 Large Pony Conformation Hunter
169, 170, 171
$200 Large Pony Hunter Over Fences
172
$200 Large Pony Hunter Under Saddle
Large Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve
$1000 Green Pony Hunter
Featuring Awards
In
Children’s Hunter
Adult Hunter
Child/Adult Jumper
Children’s Hunter and Adult Hunter
The top Children’s Hunter and Adult Hunter will receive a saddle at year end, to be presented at the last qualifying
league show of the year, based on the accumulation of their numerical scores in their respective stake classes at each of
the shows listed below. In addition the top 20 riders will qualify for a year end Child/Adult Hunter Classic.
Children’s/Adult Jumper
The top Child/Adult Jumper will receive a saddle at year end, to be presented at the last qualifying league show of the
year, based on total points accrued in all Child/Adult Jumper classes at each of the shows listed below. In addition, the
top 20 riders will qualify for a year end Child/Adult Jumper Classic.
Qualifying USEF/USHJA Shows
Britannia Farm “B” Horse Shows
Great Southwest Equestrian Center Horse Shows
PJCP Horse Shows
Southbound Show Management Horse Shows
Don’t Miss Your Chance to Win One of Three Antares Saddles
You may request more information via email
Cookie at [email protected]
Patrick at [email protected]
USEF Measurement Cards Required
Fences 2’3” (Small), 2’6” (Medium), 2’9”’ (Large)
Section Entry Fee $150
Individual Classes May Not Be Entered
173
$100 Sm/Med Green Pony Conformation Hunter
174, 175, 176
$100 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Over Fences
177
$100 Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter Under Saddle
Small/Medium Green Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve
178
$100 Large Green Pony Conformation Hunter
179, 180, 181
$100 Large Green Pony Hunter Over Fences
182
$100 Large Green Pony Hunter Under Saddle
Large Green Pony Hunter Champion and Reserve
Get Zoned In
USEF Zone VII Finals
At the
Fall Fun Horse Show
October 16-19, 2008
Texas Rose Horse Park, Tyler, TX
For More Information:
Southbound Show Management
785 W. Jeter Road
Argyle, TX 76226
www.southboundshows.com
Attention
Trainers & Exhibitors
When Completing the
NEW ENTRY FORM
Please insure that you complete one
entry for each week and be sure to check
the box for the appropriate show.
IMPORTANT
INFORMATION!
*Pony Hunter Classic
Will Be Held During
Week 4 Only
*Junior Hunter Classic
Will be Held Week 3
Only
Sunday
Saturday
*EMO Jumper Classic
Will Be Held During
Weeks 3 & 4 Only
*A/O Hunter Classic
Will Be Held During
Week 3 Only
*Hunter Breeding
Classes 273, 274, 275,
276
Will Be Held During
Weeks 1 & 2 Only
Friday
Thursday
Wednesday
Hunter 1, 7:30 AM
Hunter 1, 8:00 AM
306 Open Hunter
417.1 WIHS Hunter Phase
140, 139, 142 SM JR, 15/U & U/S
145, 144, 147 SM JR, 16-17 & U/S
150, 149, 152 LG JR 15/U & U/S
155, 154, 157 LG JR 16/17 & U/S
405 JR EQ 14-17 Flat
609 JR Hunter Classic (week 3)
314 Low Hunter
212, 213 A/A Htr & Stake 50/O
207, 208 A/A Htr & Stake 36-49
202, 203 A/A Htr & Stake 18-35
610 $500 AD Hunter Classic
305 Open Hunter
130, 131 A/O Htr & Hdy 18/35
135, 136 A/O Htr & Hdy 36/O
406 JR EQ 14-17
138, 141 Sm Jr & Handy 15/U
143, 146 Sm Jr & Handy 16/17
148, 151 Lg Jr & Handy 15/U
153, 156 Lg Jr & Handy 16/17
413 USEF/Pessoa Medal
415 ASPCA Maclay
312 Low Hunter
410 Adult EQ
200, 201, 204 AD Htr 18-35 & U/S
205, 206, 209 AD Htr 36-49 & U/S
210, 211, 214 AD Htr 50/O & U/S
409 AD EQ Flat
Jumper 1, 7:300 AM
II.2a
II.2a
II.2a
II.2a
Hunter 1, 8:30 AM
304 Open Hunter
128, 129 A/O Htr 18-35
132 A/O Htr U/S 18-35
133, 134 A/O Htr 36/O
137 A/O Htr U/S 36/O
610 A/O Hunter Classic (Week 3)
Not Before 11:00 AM
Hunter Breeding-Week 1 & 2
281 Yearlings
282 2 Year Olds
283 3 Year Olds
Not Before 2:00 PM
311 3’ Low Hunter
250, 251 Non Pro Hunter
266, 267, 268 Md Jr/Am Htr & U/S
538 Pony Jumper L2, V.1
539 Pony Jumper L2, II.2b
540 Pony Jumper L3, II.2c
414 USEF Talent (Flat Phase 1st)
417.2 WIHS Jumper Phase
520 Low Non-Pro JPR, L1 II.2c
522 Children’s JPR, L3 II.2c
525 Adult AM JPR, L3 II.2c
528 Low J/A JPR, L5 II.2c (Wk 2 & 4)
606 $3000 Low J/A Classic II.2a
(Weeks 1 & 3)
531 JR/AO JPR, L7 II.2c (Wk 1 &3))
605 $3000 JR/AM JPR Classic
II.2a (Weeks 2 & 4)
607 $2,500CH/AD Jpr Classic
II.2a (Weeks 2 & 4)
608 $1000 CH/AD JPR Classic
II.2a (Weeks 1 & 3)
600 $25,000 Grand Prix
(Week 1 Only)
601 $25,000 Grand Prix
(Week 2 Only)
602 $25,000 Grand Prix
(Week 3 Only)
603 $25,000 Grand Prix
(Week 4 Only)
509 Level 2 Jumper IIBR
513 Level 3 Jumper IIBR
517 Low Non-Pro JPR, L1 V.1
518 Low Non-Pro JPR, L1 II.2b
520 Children’s JPR, L2 II.2b
521 Children’s JPR, L2 II.2b
524 Adult AM JPR, L2 II.2b
527 Low. JR/AM JPR, L5 II.2b
530 JR/AO Jumper, L7 II.2b
Jumper, 7:30 AM
604 $5,000 EMO Jumper Classic
L5, II.2a (Weeks 3 & 4 Only)
529 JR/AO Jumper, L7, II.2b
(Will Not Pin Before 6 PM)
502 Level 1 Jumper IIBR
508 Level 2 Jumper IIBR
512 Level 3 Jumper IIBR
516 Level 4 Jumper II.2b
534 Level 5 Jumper II.2c
537 Level 6 Jumper II.2c
523 Ad Am JPR, L2 II.2b
Not Before 5:00 PM
526 Low JR/AO JPR, L5, II.2b
Jumper 1, 8:30 AM
Hunter 1, 8:30 AM
302 Open Hunter
114, 115 1st Yr Green
124, 125 Grn Conf Htr
119, 120 2nd Yr Green
103, 104 Reg Working Htr
108, 109 Reg Conf Htr
308 Low Hunter
232, 233, 234 3’3” Pr Gr Htr, Stk U/S
303 Open Hunter
309 Low Hunter
248, 249, 252 Non Pro Htr & U/S
Jumper 1, 8:00 AM
127 Grn Conf Model
111 Reg Conf Model
301 Open Hunter
112, 113, 116 1st Yr Grn Htr & U/S
122, 123, 126 Grn Conf Htr & U/S
117, 118, 121 2nd Yr Grn Htr & U/S
101, 102, 105 Reg Wk Htr & U/S
106, 107, 110 Reg Conf Htr & U/S
501 Level 1 Jumper IIBR
507 Level 2 Jumper IIBR
511 Level 3 Jumper IIBR
515 Level 4 Jumper II2.b
503 Young Jumper, 5 Yr Olds, V.1
504 Young Jumper, 6 Yr Olds, II.2b
505 Young JPR, 7/8 Yr Olds, II.2b
533 Level 5 Jumper II.2b
536 Level 6 Jumper II.2b
541 $500 Level 7 Jumper, II.2b
500 Level 1 Jumper IIBR
506 Level 2 Jumper IIBR
510 Level 3 Jumper IIBR
514 Level 4 Jumper II.2b
532 Level 5 Jumper II.2b
535 Level 6 Jumper II.2b
Hunter 1, 8:00 AM
Hunter 2, 8:30 AM
416 WIHS Pony EQ
326 Schooling Pony
160, 161 SM Pony Hunter
165, 166 MED Pony Hunter
170, 171 LG Pony Hunter
180, 181 LG Grn Pony Hunter
175, 176 S/M Grn Pony Htr
613 Pony HTR Classic (Wk 4)
404 JR EQ 13/U
315 Low Hunter
217, 218 CH Htr & Stake 14/U
219 CH Htr 14/U U/S
403 JR EQ 13/U Flat
222, 223 CH Htr & Stke 15-17
224 CH Htr U/S 15-17
612 $500 Child Htr Classic
255, 256 CH Htr Pony & U/S
Hunter 2, 7:30 AM
324 Schooling Pony
178, 179 LG Gr Pony Conf & Ht
182 LG Green Pony U/S
173, 174 S/M Gr Pony Con & Htr
177 S/M Green Pony U/S
158, 159 SM Pony Conf & Htr
162 SM Pony U/S
163, 164 Md Pony Conf & Htr
167 Medium Pony U/S
168, 169 LG Pony Conf & Htr
172 LG Pony U/S
411 Pony EQ Flat
407 Children’s EQ Flat
408 Children’s EQ O/F
313 Low Hunter
215, 216 Child Hunter 14/U
220, 221 Child Hunter 15-17
325 Schooling Pony
253, 254 CH Hunter Pony O/F
Hunter 2, 7:30 AM
318 Low Hunter
237, 238 Baby Green Hunter
246 Special Hunter High
247 Special Hunter U/S High
Not Before 3:00 PM
319 Low Hunter
269, 270 Pre CH/AD Hunter
271 Pre CH/Ad Htr U/S
322, 323 Schooling Pony
412 Pony EQ
Hunter 2, 8:30 AM
317 Low Hunter
235, 236 Baby Green Hunter
239 Baby Green Htr U/S
242 Special Hunter Low
243 Special Hunter U/S Low
244, 245 Special Hunter High
310 Low Hunter
227, 228 3’ Pre Gr Htr & Stk
229 3’ Pre Green U/S
Hunter 2, 8:00 AM
307 Low Hunter
225, 226 3’ Pre Green O/F
230, 231 3’3” Pre Grn O/F
316 Low Hunter
240, 241 Special Hunter Low
Tentative Schedule Weeks 1, 2, 3, and 4
Jumper 1, 8:00 AM
321 Low Hunter
260 Mod CH/AD U/S
259 Mod CH/AD Htr
402 Limit EQ
263, 264 Limit Rider Htr
278, 279 L/S Stirrup EQ
280 L/S Stirrup Hunter U/S
Indoor, 9:00 AM
320 Low Hunter
257, 258 Mod Ch/Ad Htr
261, 262 Limit Rider Htr
265 Limit Rider U/S
401 Limit Rider EQ Flat
275, 276 L/S Stirrup Htr
277 L/S Stirrup U/S
272, 273 Beginner Hunter
274 Beginner Hunter U/S
Indoor, 9:00 AM
3:00 PM-6:00PM
Ticketed Schooling
Indoor
Indoor
Indoor
SOUTHBOUND SHOW MANAGEMENT ENTRY FORM
Entry #
**Please Check The Applicable Week Below/One Completed Entry Per Week**
Horse Information
Name:
Green
Color
USEF #
Height
THJA #
Owner Information
Name:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
Phone#
Social Security #
USEF#
THJA#
Age
ƑWeek 1-The Lone Star Round Up April 23-27, 2008
ƑWeek 2-The Texas Shootout April 30-May 4, 2008`
ƑWeek 3-The Show Jumping Classic May 21-25, 2008
ƑWeek 4-The Southwest Classic May 28-June 1, 2008
# 1-Rider Information
Name:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
Phone#
USEF#
THJA#
DOB/Age:
#2 Rider Information
Name:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
Phone #
THJA#
USEF#
DOB/Age:
Trainer Information
Name:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
Barn Name:
Phone #
USEF#
THJA#
Alternate Payee for Prize Money
Name:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
Social Security #
Individual Class Entry Information
*Please list classes and Indicate Rider #
Federation Entry Agreement
I have read the United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) Entry Agreement (GR906.4) as printed in the Prize List for this Competition and
agree to all of its provisions. I understand and agree that by entering this Competition, I am subject to Federation Rules, Prize List, and local rules of the
competition. I agree to waive the right to the use of my photos at the competition, and agree that any actions against the Federation must be brought in New
York State.
Federation Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver, and Indemnification
This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing.
I AGEE in consideration for my participation in this Competition [insert name] to the following:
I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, vaulter, longeur, lessee, owner, agent, coach,
trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous
risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death (“Harm”).
I AGREE to release the Federation and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise for any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm
caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm resulted, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition.
I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the Federation or the Competition.
I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the Federation and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect
to claims for Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse at the Competition. I have read the Federation
Rules about protective equipment, including GR801 and EV113, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty, and I
acknowledge that the Federation strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries. If I am a
parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to assume all of the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf.
I AGREE that “the Federation” and “Competition” as used above includes all of the officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and
affiliated organizations.
I AGREE that if I am injured at this competition, the medical personnel treating my injuries may provide information on my injury and treatment to the
Federation on the official USEF accident/injury report form. I represent that I have the requisite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this
competition.
BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable Federation Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank.
Mail Entries To:
Southbound Show Management, Inc.
785 W. Jeter Road
Argyle, Texas 76226 (940) 240-1207
Division Entry Information
*Please Circle Divisions & Indicate Rider #
Wrk Htr___
Conf Htr___ Gr Con Htr_
1st Y Grn__
2nd Y Grn__ A/O 18/35__
Sm Jr 15/U_ Sm Jr 16/17_ A/O 36/O__
Lg Jr 15/U_
Lg Jr 16/17_ S/M Gr Pny_
Sm Pony___ Md Pony___ Lg Gr Pony_
Lg Pony___ Ch Pony___ Baby Grn__
A/A 18/35__ A/A 36/49__ A/A 50/O__
3” Pre Gr___ 3’3” Pre Gr_ Spec Low__
Ch 14/U___ Ch 15/17___ Spec Hi___
Limit______ Mod C/A___ Mod J/A___
L/S Htr____ L/S Eq_____ Beg Htr___
No Pro Htr_
L 1 Jpr____
L 2 Jpr____
L 3 Jpr____
L 4 Jpr____
L 5 Jpr____
L 6 Jpr____
Ch Jpr_____ Ad Jpr_____ No-Pro J___
J/A Jpr____
Low J/A___ Pony Jpr___
L 7 Jpr
Grand Prix
Classics #
EQ
Other
Fees
___________Permanent Stalls
@ $200
___________Temporary Stalls
@ $150
Nominating Fee $175
USEF JR Non-Member Fee $20
USEF SR Non-Member Fee $20
USEF SR Non-Member
Breed/Discipline Fee $5
Emergency Phone Contact_________________________
USHJA Non-Member Fee $20
USEF Drug + Fee $7+$5
THJA Non-Member. Fee $10
Camper Fee $200
Non-Showing Fee $100
Grounds Fee $50
Rider/Handler (Mandatory)
Signature:
Owner/Agent (Mandatory)
Signature:
Trainer (Mandatory)
Signature:
Coach (If Applicable)
Signature:
Office Fee $35
Late Fee $35
Print Name:
Print Name:
Print Name:
Print Name:
Total Enclosed
Parent/Guardian Signature (required if Rider/Driver/Handler/Vaulter/Longeur Is a Minor) Emergency Phone Contact_____________________________
Print Parent/Guardian Name:_______________________Parent/Guardian Signature:_________________________Is rider a US citizen?_____________
*Office Use Only
$12

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