Manitoba Light Horse Association

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MLHA All Breed and Challenge Show

MANITOBA LIGHT HORSE ASSOCIATION

2017 ALL BREED

AND CHALLENGE SHOW

Friday, August 25th to Sunday, August 27th

Indoors at

Westoba Agricultural Centre of Excellence

Brandon, Manitoba

Show Officials

Show Chairs: Tara Hofer (204-728-0959), Jodi Anderson (204-725-2422)

Show Secretaries: Jodi Anderson (204-725-2422)

Roberta McLaughlin (204-720-2916)


*** Online entries @ www.horseshowtime.com

  • CHALLENGE OF THE BREEDS
  • 4H JUNIOR HIGH POINT
  • 4H SENIOR HIGH POINT
  • PEE WEE HIGH POINT
  • JUNIOR HIGH POINT
  • SENIOR HIGH POINT
  • HIGH POINT PONY
  • HIGH POINT WESTERN HORSE
  • HIGH POINT ENGLISH HORSE
MGRA SANCTIONED (Friday)

NAERIC SANCTIONED

**The All Breed Show will be run under MGRA and Equine Canada Rules**

CLASS START TIMES:

4:00 PM DRIVING

5:00PM FRIDAY (MGRA)

Deadline for MGRA entries 4:00 PM Friday

8:00AM SATURDAY

8:00AM SUNDAY

4:45 pm Friday (Main Arena) Rider’s Meeting – All Please attend!!

START TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE!!

**CHANGES WILL BE ANNOUNCED/POSTED**

PLEASE CHECK IN WITH THE SHOW OFFICE UPON ARRIVAL – LOCATED AT NORTH END OF SHOW ARENA.

INFORMATION, RULES AND REGULATIONS

MEMBERSHIPS REQUIRED: All exhibitors must be members of the MANITOBA LIGHT HORSE ASSOCIATION. Membership fees are: Adult $15, Youth $10, Family $25. Membership fees may be paid with the show entry. Manitoba Horse Council recommended, but not required.

ENTRIES: Online entries @ www.horseshowtime.com *** recommended***

OR: emailed to the Show Secretary Jodi Anderson: [email protected]

Please DO NOT mail entries

ENTRY FEES: Entry fees for all halter and performance classes are $4.00 per class. Stake Classes are $8.00 per class. Stake classes MAY ONLY be entered if you have entered the corresponding open class. Entry fees for Leadline and Whoa Nelly classes - $1.00 (no payout) Entry Deadline is Wednesday August 23 after which a late fee of $50/horse will be charged.

NSF CHEQUES – there will be a $25.00 service charge for all NSF cheques

PRIZE MONEY PAYOUTS: PLEASE NOTE ALL PRIZE MONEY WILL BE APPLIED BACK TO YOUR ACCOUNT. PAYMENT FOR SHOWING WILL BE TAKEN AT THE END OF THE SHOW. All non-stake classes 1st - $12.00, 2nd – $8.00, 3rd - $6.00, 4th - $4.00, 5th - ribbon. Stake classes payouts: 1st - $20, 2nd - $12, 3rd $8, 4th - $5, 5th – ribbon. Prize money payout for all Halter and Showmanship classes will be 1st-$10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd – $4.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th – ribbon

“OH CANADA” Open Western Pleasure Stake (Class 86) and “OH CANADA” Open Road Hack Stake (Class 93) – In honor of Canada’s 150th Birthday, payout for these two classes will be 1st - $150, 2nd - $20, 3rd - $15, 4th - $10 (entry fees the same)

SCRATCHING CLASSES - All scratches must be done 1 hour prior to the start of the show on Saturday. Once show has started, entry fees will not be credited back to participant.

CHALLENGE OF THE BREEDS: Entry fees are $25.00 per horse. Pay-out: $100 to the Champion and $50 to Reserve. Awards will also be presented to Champion and Reserve, prizes to 5th.

CLASS AGE GUIDELINES apply to all classes.

  • BEGINNER RIDER - An exhibitor age 17 and under, as of January 1st, who is in their first two years of showing. May cross enter to age appropriate classes.
  • CLASSIC - open to exhibitors age 39 and older.
  • SENIOR - open to exhibitors age 19 and older, as of January 1st of the current year.
  • JUNIOR (MGRA) - open to exhibitors who are 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 or 18 as of January 1st of the current year.
  • PEE WEE (MGRA) – open to exhibitors 12 and under, as of January 1st of the current year.
  • OPEN - open to exhibitors of any age.

SHOWMANSHIP – Exhibitors may ONLY ENTER ONE Showmanship class. NO CROSS ENTRY to other showmanship classes. Showmanship placing will not be counted toward Hi Point Awards except for 4-H Classes.

PONY GUIDELINES: A pony is considered 14.2 and under. Ponies may be shown by an adult, if so, they cannot be shown against kids. Ponies with adult riders may enter open classes only.

REGISTRATION PAPERS: A copy of the horse’s registration papers must be included with the entry form for all animals competing in halter classes or breed performance classes or a copy presented to show office upon registration. Those competing in open classes will not require registration papers.

ENTRY IN STAKE CLASSES: is restricted to horses that have been shown in the corresponding open class.

COMPETITOR NUMBERS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES: Yes, this includes when schooling! Numbers must be on the rider’s back or on BOTH SIDES of the horse. Competitors without a number will not be judged and may be asked to leave the show ring.

CALLING OF CLASSES IS A COURTESY ONLY: Riders are responsible to be prepared for their class. The announcer will only call twice for the class and then the gate is closed and the class will start.

GATE HOLDS: The show committee will make every effort to accommodate tack changes. Gate holds will be allowed. Please advise the show gate attendant at least one hour in advance of a required gate hold.

CLASS CHANGES: The Show committee reserves the right to combine or split any class or division, to add, amend or delete any point not covered by the rules and to correct any error in or make any necessary changes to the prize list of program. Any changes will be announced and posted.

MGRA CLASSES: These are open to all competitors. MGRA rules will be followed. Challenge poles and reining to run simultaneously during MGRA competition.

STABLING: A set rate is charged for the weekend. Box stall $65, Tack stall $60, Tied to trailer (day only) $15 per day. NOTE: NO HORSE MAY BE KEPT IN OR TIED TO A TRAILER OVERNIGHT. This will be monitored and enforced. Stalls will be available Friday morning. Please bring your own hay and bedding, as they will not be available from the Keystone. Only one horse allowed per stall with the exception of mares with foals. Miniature horses and ponies 12.2 hands and under: 2 head per stall. If an empty stall is used as a tack/storage stall, you will be charged for a tack stall if one hasn’t been purchased.

HORSE TRAILER PARKING: All horse trailers MUST be parked in the designated areas.

ALL BREED CHANCE AUCTION: Please bring along anything you would like to donate to the auction. Tickets will be sold during the show. The Auction closes at Noon on Sunday. Winning Numbers will be posted.

CAMPING FEES: Camping fees apply to all that are staying overnight on the Keystone Grounds even without electrical hook up. Charges will be applied to final invoice.

DOGS AND UNRULY ANIMALS: All dogs MUST be kept on leashes and in the barns only. Dogs are NOT permitted in the show arena. Persons with unruly animals will be asked to remove them from the show grounds.

None of the MLHA committee, volunteers, The Keystone Centre board or employees shall be in any way liable for any accident, injury, death or loss sustained by exhibitors, agents, trainers, officials, spectators or anyone on the show grounds or their property, from any cause or circumstance whatsoever, including the negligence of the sponsor; in connection with, arising out of or attributable to either the MLHA show or to travel to or from the MLHA show.

SAFETY AND COURTESY ARE OF PRIME IMPORTANCE in order that we all can enjoy a fun, family atmosphere. Help keep alleyways free of clutter. If you are grooming or tacking in the alley, please be willing to move your horse to accommodate traffic using the alleyway. Please adhere to the rules which are in place with your ultimate safety and enjoyment in mind.

VOLUNTEERS: Please treat volunteers courteously. Without them, there would be no show!

SAFETY HEADGEAR: All exhibitors are urged to wear safety approved helmets when participating in any of the show events and in the practice ring. The show committee considers this mandatory in the case of youth exhibitors! Approved headgear meets the required industry standards and displays the SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) seal or the BSI (British Standard) seal. This rule is superseded only for those classes which specify alternate head gear (e.g. western hats or derbies). However, most breeds and disciplines do allow protective headgear with no penalty and we urge you to put safety ahead of tradition and adopt the new rule.

Keystone Centre Rules & Regulations

  • To use the facility only as assigned
  • All entrances, exits and doorways must be kept clear at all times
  • Smoking is not permitted in the facility in accordance with the City of Brandon Bylaw #6696
  • All alcohol consumed on Keystone Centre property must be provided by the Keystone Centre and served in accordance with MLCC regulations. Non-compliance will result in removal from Keystone Centre property and appropriate charges applied
  • All Food & Beverage services are to be provided by the Keystone Centre or it’s approved supplier
  • Pets – always on a leash, allowed in stabling areas only, not in concession vicinity
  • All show participants must label each stall with contact information for after hour emergencies.
  • The Keystone Centre is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged property
  • The Keystone Centre will be reimbursed in full for wanton or accidental damages of it’s property caused either directly or indirectly by individuals permitted by the user to participate in the use of the facility
  • Use of motorized carts, scooters, gators, etc indoors is strictly prohibited unless authorized by Keystone Centre Management or for medical reasons.
  • Facility users and visitors must comply with all environmental laws, rules and regulations
  • Keystone Centre Management reserves the right to take all precautions and reasonable steps necessary to ensure the safety of the public, exhibitors and animals
  • All Keystone Centre equipment must be operated by Keystone Centre employees unless authorized by Keystone Centre Management
  • All parking regulations must be adhered, non compliance will result in vehicle ticketing and/or towing
  • All livestock trailers and large equipment must park on the east side of the Keystone Centre
  • Keystone Centre reserves the right to assign barn for show use
  • Staples, nails and tacks are not to be used to attach articles to the horse stalls

Friday August 25 - MGRA Show – 5:00 pm Start

- ALL ENTRIES MUST BE IN TO SECRETARY ONE HOUR PRIOR TO SHOW STARTING

- Show will start on Friday night in the main arena at 5:00 pm

- MGRA rules will apply to all events

- CHALLENGE Classes will be run simultaneously with Reining and Poles according to age groups

**Note: CHALLENGE Reining will be placed according to scores rather than placings**

140 – Pee Wee Western Pleasure

141– Junior Western Pleasure

142– Senior Western Pleasure

143 – Pee Wee Reining (MGRA Pattern #1)

144 - Junior Reining (MGRA pattern # 3)

145 – Senior Reining (MGRA pattern # 3)

** 125 – CHALLENGE Reining to run simultaneously with age group

146 – Pee Wee Pole Bending

147– Junior Pole Bending

148 – Senior Pole Bending

**124 – CHALLENGE Pole Bending to run simultaneously with age group

149 – Pee Wee Barrels

150 – Junior Barrels

151 – Senior Barrels

***NEW*** $10 FINE FOR DROPPED HAT DURING BARRELS AND POLES. DONATION JAR WILL BE SET UP AND PROCEEDS WILL GO TO RED CROSS


Saturday August 26 – 8:00 am Start

HALTER/LINE:

Halter payout 1st – $10.00, 2nd – $6.00, 3rd – $4.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th - ribbon

*** In breed divisions where there are 8 or more horses, the class will be split 2 and under, 3 and over. The Breed Champion and Reserve Champion will be announced at completion of class.***

  • TOM ADDISON MEMORIAL AWARD CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS – 1st place from each Breed Champion. Grade and Sport Horse Champion ARE NOT ELIGIBLE for this class. All breed champions will be in the show ring at one time.
  • Arabian/Part Arabian/Morgan – Enter the ring at a trot
  • American Saddlebred - Enter the ring at a trot, two handlers are allowed
  • Welsh Pony – To be shown clockwise at a walk and trot
  • Family of 3 or more Halter Class – This class is open to any family that owns 3 or more horses. Horses are not required to be blood related.
  • Sport Horse Halter –. This class is open to all breeds of warmbloods and warmblood types (sport horses) best suited for jumper/dressage. Entries in this class ARE NOT ELIGIBLE to return for the Champion of Champion Class
  1. Appaloosa Halter
  2. Arabian Halter/Part Arabian
  3. Miniature Horse Halter
  4. Morgan Horse Halter
  5. Paint Horse Halter
  6. Pony of Americas Halter
  7. Quarter Horse Halter
  8. American Saddlebred Halter
  9. Thoroughbred Halter
  10. Welsh Pony/Welsh Cob Halter
  11. Sport Horse Halter
  12. Thoroughbred Horse Halter
  13. Family of 3 or more Halter Class

TOM ADDISON MEMORIAL - CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS – (AWARD DONATED BY JONSEY STABLES)

BREED SPECIFIC CLASSES are open to horses registered with their respective breed registries. Rules for all breed classes shall follow the rules set out by the respective breed organizations.

30 – American Saddlebred/Morgan English (Saddleseat) Pleasure

31 – American Saddlebred/ Morgan Hunter Pleasure

32 – American Saddlebred /Morgan Western Pleasure

33 – Welsh Pony/Cob English Pleasure

34 – Welsh Pony/Cob Western Pleasure

38 – Arabian/Part Arabian Hunter Pleasure

39 – Arabian/Part Arabian Western Pleasure

41 – Appaloosa Hunter Pleasure

42 – Appaloosa Western Pleasure

43 – Paint Hunter Pleasure

44 – Paint Western Pleasure

45 – Quarter Horse Hunter Pleasure

46 – Quarter Horse Western Pleasure

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PONY DIVISION: Open to all ponies 14.2 and under. Must be shown by a Pee Wee or Junior. No Cross entry to any horse classes with exception of 4-H classes or Beginner Rider classes. No adults.

Classes

47 – Saddle Pony (English)

48 – Hunter Pony under Saddle

**must have entered an “over fence class” to be eligible

50 – Western Pleasure Pony

51 – Pleasure Pony STAKE (English/western)


WESTERN DIVISION CLASSES:

Class Guidelines:

Entries shall be shown with a stock saddle. Silver equipment will not be given any preference over a good working outfit. Reference to hackamore means the use of a flexible braided rawhide or leather, or rope bosal, the core of which may be either rawhide or flexible cable. Note: For horses 6 years and older a shank bit is required and riders must hold the reins in one hand. Riders will wear appropriate western attire, including a long-sleeved shirt with collar, western hat (or protective headgear) and cowboy boots or ropers. Spurs and chaps are optional. At the judge’s discretion, attire may be adjusted to meet weather conditions.

  • Western Horsemanship - Riders will be judged on seat, hands and ability to control and show the horse at the walk jog and lope in both directions. Rein back will be required. Results, as shown by the performance of the horse, are not to be considered more important than the method used by the rider. At the judge’s discretion, all or some of the riders will be asked to ride an individual pattern. (Pattern for all divisions is posted in prize book.)
  • Western Pleasure - To be judged on performance, condition and conformation of horse. To be ridden at walk, jog and lope in both directions. Riders will sit the extended jog if the gait is requested. Horses will be required to back easily and stand quietly.
  • Reining – Performed Individually. Pattern will be posted.

ENGLISH DIVISION CLASSES:

Class Guidelines:

Entries in HUNTER CLASSES are to be shown in an English hunter, jumper or all-purpose saddle. Crops/whips and martingales are NOT permitted. Riders will wear regular hunt attire or jodhpurs and paddock boots. All will wear approved helmet with harness. At the judge’s discretion, attire may be adjusted to meet weather conditions. Hunters will be judged at walk, trot, canter and, unless otherwise specified, hand gallop.

Entries in ENGLISH PLEASURE SADDLE SEAT classes are to be shown in appropriate cut back saddle with humane bridle and bit. Riders will wear standard saddle suits with paddock boots.

Entries in DRESSAGE CLASSES may be shown in dressage tack or in hunter tack. Crops/whips may NOT be carried. No martingales or tie-downs allowed. Riders may wear any standard dressage or hunter attire.

  • Beginner Rider Dressage Seat Equitation - To be judged at a walk, rising trot, sitting trot and canter. (No pattern)
  • Open Dressage Hack - Horses will be judged at normal, extended and collected walk, trot and canter.
  • Classic Hunter/ English Pleasure - to be judged at walk, trot and canter only - NO hand gallop will be required.
  • Hunter Pleasure: To be shown under hunter equipment at a flat footed walk, normal/strong trot, canter, and hand gallop may be called. Light contact is to be made with the horses’ mouth, to be judged on manners, performance, quality, and conformation.
  • Beginner Rider Hunter Pleasure - no hand gallop will be required.
  • Road Hack – Hunt Seat Attire is appropriate, but any English style tack and attire is permitted. Whips, martingales, tie downs, boots or bandages are not permitted. To be shown at a flat-footed walk with a reasonably loose rain, trot, extended trot, canter, and hand gallop. No ponies unless ridden by an adult.
  • Show Hack – English saddle of any type is required, bridle as appropriate. Whips, martingales, tie downs, boots or bandages are not permitted. Horses to be shown at a walk, trot, and canter with collected and extended gaits called at the judges’ discretion. Horses are to stand quietly. Judge may call for a rein back. No ponies unless ridden by an adult.
  • English Pleasure (Saddleseat) – Horses entered must be plain shod without pads or bands, and do not wear braids, artificial manes, or tail switches. To be shown at the flat walk, trot, and canter. Entries may be asked to halt and stand quietly on the rail. Horses must stand quietly and back readily in the line up. To be judged on manners, performance, presence, quality, and total conformation. Appropriate tack and attire expected, other attire/tack may not be judged.
  • English Equitation – To be shown under any English type tack. Rider to be judged on seat, hands, and ability to control and show the horse. Results shown by performance of the horse are not to be considered more important that the method used by the rider.

showmanship payout 1st – $10.00, 2nd – $6.00, 3rd – $4.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th - ribbon

SHOWMANSHIP DIVISION – Exhibitor may ONLY ENTER ONE showmanship class.

Classes

52 – Beginner Showmanship

53 – 4-H Showmanship 13 & under

54 – 4-H Showmanship 14 & over

55 – Pee Wee Showmanship

56 – Junior Showmanship

57 – Senior Showmanship

WALK/TROT DIVISION – Open to any age rider who is not prepared to show at a canter or lope. Rider may NOT cross enter to any other performance classes requiring a canter or lope. Ponies allowed.

Classes

58 – Senior Walk/trot or jog equitation (any tack)

59 – Junior Walk/trot or jog equitation (any tack)

60 – Pee Wee Walk/trot or jog equitation (any tack)

61 – Open Walk/trot or jog Pleasure (any tack)

BEGINNER RIDER DIVISION - An exhibitor of any age who is in their first two years of showing. Exhibitor MAY cross enter to age specific classes and open classes. Ponies allowed.

Classes

62 – Beginner Rider Western Pleasure

63 – Beginner Rider Dressage Seat Equitation

64 – Beginner Rider Hunter Pleasure

65 – Beginner Rider Equitation (any seat)

4-H DIVISION – Proof of 4-H membership must be provided. A note from your group Leader is acceptable. Classes will be divided as Junior (13 and under as of Jan 1 of this calendar year) and Senior (14 and over as of Jan 1 of this calendar year). Depending on entries, classes may be run together, but judged separately. Ponies allowed.

***NOTE: 4-H Showmanship will count toward high point award ***

Classes

Junior Senior

66 – 4-H English Equitation 13 & under` 67 – 4-H English Equitation 14 & over

68 – 4-H Western Equitation 13 & under 69 – 4-H Western Equitation 14 & over

70 – 4-H Bareback Equitation 13 & under 71 – 4-H Bareback Equitation 14 & over


PEE WEE – Open to exhibitors 12 and under as of January 1st of the current year

Classes

72 – Pee Wee Western Horsemanship

73 – Pee Wee Hunt Seat Equitation

74 – Pee Wee Road Hack (IF RIDING A PONY, exhibitor can not cross enter to class 93 – Open Road Hack STAKE)

JUNIOR – open to exhibitors who are 13 - 18 as of January 1st of the current year

Classes

75 – Junior Western Horsemanship

76 – Junior Hunt Seat Equitation

77 – Junior Road Hack (IF RIDING A PONY, exhibitor can not cross enter to class 93 – Open Road Hack STAKE)

SENIOR – open to exhibitors age 19 and over as of January 1st the current year.

Classes

78 – Senior Western Horsemanship

79 – Senior Hunt Seat/Saddleseat Equitation

80 – Senior Road Hack

CLASSIC – Open to exhibitors age 39 and older as of January 1st of the current year. Exhibitor MAY cross enter to age specific classes and open classes.

Classes

81 – Classic Equitation (western)

82 – Classic Hunter/English Pleasure (Hunt/Saddleseat)

83 – Classic Western Pleasure

84 – Classic Pleasure STAKE (any tack)

**MUST have entered class 82 or 83 to be eligible for this class


OPEN CLASSES – These classes are open for anyone who has not entered the walk/trot division. No Ponies unless ridden by an adult.

“OH CANADA” Open Western Pleasure Stake (Class 86) and “OH CANADA” Open Road Hack Stake (Class 93) – In honor of Canada’s 150th Birthday, payout for these 2 classes will be 1st - $150, 2nd - $20, 3rd - $15, 4th - $10 (entry fees the same)

CLASSES

85 – Open Western Pleasure

86 – “OH CANADA” Open Western Pleasure STAKE

* Must have entered class 85 to be eligible for this class

87 – Open Dressage Hack

88 – Open Saddle Seat Equitation

89 – Open Hunter Pleasure over 15.2 hands

90 – Open Hunter Pleasure STAKE over 15.2 hands

*Must enter class 89 to be eligible for this class

91 – Open Hunter Pleasure 15.2 and under

92 – Open Hunter Pleasure STAKE 15.2 and under

*Must enter class 91 to be eligible for this class

93 – “OH CANADA” Open Road Hack STAKE

* Must have entered class 77 or 80 to be eligible for this class

94 – Open Show Hack

95 – Open Show Hack STAKE

*Must have entered class 94 to be eligible for this class

96 – Open English Pleasure (Saddleseat) (Saturday)

97 – Open English Pleasure (Saddleseat) (Sunday)

OVER FENCES DIVISION:

This division is open to any breed of horse or pony. Adult/Junior Challenge will be run simultaneously with crossrail class. A warm up fence will be available in the warm up ring. Schooling rounds will be held from 7:00 to 7:45 am for a fee of $5.00 per horse (added on entry form). Maximum 8 horses in ring at one time during schooling rounds. A sign up sheet will be posted. Same course for all classes. No Oxers. The course will be posted.

110 – Ground Rails

99 – Crossrails

98 – Over Fences 2’0”

100 – Over Fences 2’3”

101 – Pony over Fences 2’3”

102 - Over fences 2’6”

103 – Over fences 2’6” STAKE

DRIVING DIVISION CLASSES:

All pleasure driving classes are to be shown with a suitable 2 or 4 wheeled pleasure vehicle and appropriate harness. Horses will be judged at a walk, slow walk, working trot and strong trot, excessive speed to be penalized.

  • Turnout - Shown at walk, slow walk, working trot and strong trot. To be judged 50% on performance, manners and way of going: 40% on the condition fit and appropriateness of harness and vehicle; 10% on overall impression. This will be the first driving class of the show. If there are sufficient entries, it may be divided into (a) singles and (b) pairs.
  • Reinsmanship - In addition to showing at the required gaits, drivers will be required to rein back and, at the discretion of the judge, may be asked to execute a figure eight or other appropriate tests. To be judged 75% on handling of reins and whip, control of horse(s), posture and overall appearance of driver, 25% on condition of harness and vehicle and neatness of attire. Given sufficient entries, this class may be divided into (a) Beginner, (b) Open and (c) Pairs divisions.
  • Open Pleasure Driving and Miniature Horse Driving - no race or roadster bikes allowed. To be judged 70% on performance, manners and way of going, 20% on condition and fit of harness and vehicle, and 10% on neatness of attire.
[[PASTING TABLES IS NOT SUPPORTED]] 

MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES

  • Let’s Go! Lead Line Equitation (riders 6 years or younger) - to be shown on a lead line at a walk only. Tack Optional. Must be led by a capable adult. Rider can only cross enter into costume class. NO CROSS ENTRY TO WALK/TROT DIVISION. Entry fee - $1.00 – Ribbons awarded to all (no payout).
  • Whoa Nelly! Lead Line Equitation (riders 19 years or older) to be shown on a lead line at a walk only. Tack Optional. Must be led by a capable junior. No cross entry to other adult classes. Entry fee - $1.00 – Ribbons awarded to all (no payout).
  • Open Western or English Pleasure Pairs - Open to riders of all ages. Any tack, but must be the same on both horses. To be shown as a side-by-side pair at walk, trot/jog and canter/lope and judged on unison as a pair, performance and manners. BOTH horses must pay class entry fee but only one exhibitor number is to be worn.
  • Junior Horse Western Pleasure - Open to any horse aged 3- 5. To be judged at a walk, jog and lope. Extended gaits may be called for. Class may be split at judge’s discretion depending on entries.
  • Junior Horse English Pleasure – Open to any horse aged 3-5. To be judged at a walk, trot and canter. Extended gaits may be called for. Class may be split at judge’s discretion depending on entries
  • Open Side Saddle Pleasure - Either English or Western tack acceptable. To be judged at walk, jog/trot and canter/lope.
  • Costume Class - Riders and Drivers allowed in costume classes. To be shown at a walk only.
  • Junior Horse 2 and under Western/English Pleasure – Open to any horse age 2 and under. To be judged at walk, trot/jog and canter/lope. Class may be split at judge’s discretion depending on entries.

113 – Let’s Go! Lead Line Equitation (Riders age 6 and under)

114 – Whoa Nelly! Lead Line Equitation (Adult Rider)

115 – Open Western or English Pleasure Pairs

37 – Junior Horse 2 and under Western/English Pleasure

116 – Junior Horse Western Pleasure 3-5 years

117 – Junior Horse English Pleasure 3 5 years

118 – Open Side Saddle Pleasure

119 – Costume Class

CHALLENGE OF THE BREEDS

The Challenge is open to any horse or pony. Each entry MUST compete in a minimum of 3 of the 6 classes offered.

. **NOTE: REINING AND POLES WILL BE RUN ON FRIDAY NIGHT DURING MGRA EVENT

The placing for each challenge class will be withheld until the end of the competition when the champion and reserve champion will be announced.

Placings will be weighted according to the number of entries in each class. For example: if there are 5 entries, 1st = 5 points, 2nd = 4 points, 3rd = 3 points, 4th = 2 points and 5th = 1 point. If there are only 2 entries, then 1st = 2 points and 2nd = 1 point.

Judging will be based upon performance and manners only and not upon breed type or conformation. The horse may be shown by different riders/drivers in different classes.

ENTRY FEE: $25.00 per horse.

PAY-OUT: $100 for Champion, $50 for Reserve. Awards will also be presented to Champion and Reserve. Prizes awarded to 5th place.

Classes

120 - CHALLENGE Western Pleasure

121 - CHALLENGE Hunter Pleasure

122 - CHALLENGE over Fences

(Run simultaneously with Crossrails)

123 - CHALLENGE Pleasure Driving

124 - CHALLENGE Pole Bending *

125 - CHALLENGE Reining*

(*run Fri night with MGRA)

**Note: if entering Challenge Reining and Challenge Pole Bending, you will automatically be entered into the MGRA corresponding class as well**

HIGH POINT COMPETITIONS

High Point Placing will be weighted according to the number of entries in each class. For example: if there are 5 entries, 1st = 5 points, 2nd = 4 points, 3rd = 3 points, 4th = 2 points and 5th = 1 point. If there are only 2 entries, then 1st = 2 points and 2nd = 1 point.

[[PASTING TABLES IS NOT SUPPORTED]]


  • 4H JUNIOR HIGH POINT – A prize will be awarded to the high point 4H rider who competes in the designated 4H classes offered. (Classes 53,66,68,70)
  • 4H SENIOR HIGH POINT – A prize will be awarded to the high point 4H rider who competes in the designated 4H classes offered. (Classes 54,67,69,71)
  • PEE WEE HIGH POINT – A prize will be awarded to the high point Pee Wee rider who competes in the designated classes offered. (Classes 72,73,74,140).
  • JUNIOR HIGH POINT - A prize will be awarded to the high point Junior rider who competes in the designated classes offered. (Classes – 75,76,77,141)
  • SENIOR HIGH POINT - A prize will be awarded to the high point Senior rider who competes in the designated classes offered. (Classes – 78,79,80,142)
  • HIGH POINT PONY - A prize will be awarded to the high point pony that competes in the designated classes offered. (Classes – 47,48,50,51)
  • HIGH POINT ENGLISH HORSE - A prize will be awarded to the high point English Horse that competes in the designated classes offered. (Classes – 87,93,95)
  • HIGH POINT WESTERN HORSE - A prize will be awarded to the high point Western Horse that competes in the designated classes offered. (Classes – 72,75,78,85,86)

TENTATIVE ORDER OF GO

No Lunging in main arena or warm up arena

Arena warm up from 12 – 3:45pm (main arena)

Friday – Driving 4 pm Start

  • MGRA 5pm Start

FRIDAY DRIVING CLASSES

To be held in Main arena. Start time 4pm

104 – Turnout (single or pairs)

105 – Senior Reinsmanship

106– Junior Reinsmanship

107– Beginner Reinsmanship

112– Mini Horse (single or multiple hitches)

4:45pm Riders Meeting – Main Arena – a quick meeting will be held to go over rules of the show. ALL please try to attend.

140 – Pee Wee Western Pleasure

141 – Junior Western Pleasure

142 – Senior Western Pleasure

143 – Pee Wee Reining

144 – Junior Reining

145 – Senior Reining

**125 – CHALLENGE Reining to run simultaneously with age group

146 – Pee Wee Pole Bending

147 – Junior Pole Bending

148 – Senior Pole Bending

** 124 – CHALLENGE Pole Bending to run simultaneously with age group

149 – Pee Wee Barrels

150 – Junior Barrels

151 – Senior Barrels

Saturday – 8:00 am START

** *Any halter class that has more than 8 entries will be split into 2 age groups***

Halter/Line Classes – Order will be posted at the Show Office and at the Gate

55 – Pee Wee Showmanship

56 – Junior Showmanship

53 – 4-H Showmanship 13 and under

54 – 4-H Showmanship 14 and over

52 – Beginner Showmanship

57 – Senior Showmanship

BREAK – (tentative) 1 hour

30 min to open riding, 20 min to driving, 10 min to harrow ring

108 – Open Pleasure Driving 14.2 and under

109 – Open Pleasure Driving over 14.2

111 – Open Driving STAKE

123 – CHALLENGE Pleasure Driving

113 – Let’s Go Lead Line Equitation

114 – Whoa Nelly! Lead Line Equitation (adult rider)

78 – Senior Western Horsemanship

75 – Junior Western Horsemanship

72 – Pee Wee Western Horsemanship

62 – Beginner Rider Western Pleasure

120 – CHALLENGE Western Pleasure

83 – Classic Western Pleasure

68 – 4-H Western Equitation 13 and under (rail class)

69 – 4-H Western Equitation 14 and over (rail class)

32 – American Saddlebred/Morgan Western Pleasure

39 – Arabian/Part Arabian Western Pleasure

34 – Welsh Pony/Cob Western Pleasure

85 – Open Western Pleasure

50 – Western Pleasure Pony

121 – CHALLENGE Hunter Pleasure

91 – Open Hunter Pleasure 15.2 and under (no cross entry to class 89)

89 – Open Hunter Pleasure over 15.2

47 – Saddle Pony (English)

74 – Pee Wee Road Hack

77 – Junior Road Hack

80 – Senior Road Hack

94 – Open Show Hack

117 – Junior Horse 3-5 English Pleasure

63 – Beginner Rider Dressage Seat Equitation (rail class)

30 – American Saddlebred/Morgan English (Saddleseat) Pleasure

96 – Open English Pleasure (Saddleseat)

88 – Open Saddle Seat Equitation

Sunday – 8:00 am START

Warm up rounds start @ 7:00 am

110 – Ground Rails

99 – Crossrails

**122 - CHALLENGE over Fences to run simultaneously with Crossrails

98 – Over fences 2’0”

101 – Pony over fences 2’3”

100 – Over fences 2’3”

102 – Over fences 2’6”

103 – Over fences 2’6” STAKE

73 – Pee Wee Hunt Seat Equitation (rail class)

76 – Junior Hunt Seat Equitation (rail class)

79 – Senior Hunt Seat Equitation (rail class)

LUNCH BREAK – ½ Hour

(Winner of Challenge presented in Main Arena)

119 – Costume Class

61 – Open Walk/Trot or Jog Pleasure

60 – Pee Wee Walk/Trot or Jog Equitation

59 – Junior Walk/Trot or Jog Equitation

58 – Adult Walk/Trot or Jog Equitation

97 – Open English Pleasure (Saddleseat)

82 – Classic Hunter/English Pleasure (Hunter or Saddleseat)

33 – Welsh Pony/Cob English Pleasure

41 – Appaloosa Hunter Pleasure

43 – Paint Hunter Pleasure

45 – Quarter Horse Hunter Pleasure

66 – 4-H English Equitation 13 and under (rail class)

67 – 4-H English Equitation 14 and over (rail class)

31 – American Saddlebred/Morgan Hunter Pleasure

38 – Arabian/Part Arabian Hunter Pleasure

48 – Hunter Pony under Saddle

90 – Open Hunter Pleasure STAKE over 15.2

64 – Beginner Rider Hunter Pleasure

92 – Open Hunter Pleasure STAKE 15.2 and under

93 – “OH CANADA” OPEN ROAD HACK STAKE

95 – Open Show Hack STAKE

87 – Open Dressage Hack

51 – Pleasure Pony STAKE (English/western)

70 – 4-H Bareback 13 and under

71 – 4-H Bareback 14 and over

37 – Junior horse 2 and under Western/English Pleasure

81 – Classic Equitation (western only)

65 – Beginner Rider Equitation (any tack)

42 – Appaloosa Western Pleasure

44 – Paint Western Pleasure

46 – Quarter Horse Western Pleasure

84 – Classic Pleasure STAKE (any tack)

118 – Open Side Saddle Pleasure

116 – Junior Horse 3-5 Western Pleasure

86 – “OH CANADA” OPEN WESTERN PLEASURE STAKE

115 – Open Western or English Pleasure Pairs

Presentation of all high point awards in Main Arena


Pattern for Western Horsemanship Class

(Classes: 72,75,78)


ALL BREED & CHALLENGE SHOW ENTRY FORM

August 25, 26, 27, 2017

Westoba Agricultural Centre of Excellence, Brandon, Manitoba

ENTRY DEADLINE: Wednesday, August 23, 2017



[[PASTING TABLES IS NOT SUPPORTED]] [[PASTING TABLES IS NOT SUPPORTED]]

Jumping Warm up Rounds ($5.00/Horse) _______________

Stable with: ________________________________________


ENTRY FEES SUMMARY

TOTAL ENTRY FEES FOR ALL ENTRIES (from entry form(s)): ________

Late fee ($50/horse) after August 23: ________

Box stall/horse: $65 x ____ ________

Tack stall: $60 x ____ ________

Show out of trailer/horse $15 x ____ ________

Administration fee/horse $20 x ____ ________

Medic Fee/horse $10 x _____ ________

Camping fee/night $25 x ____ ________

Warm up rounds $5 x ____ ________

(Jumping classes only)

Manitoba Light Horse Association Memberships:

Adult $15 x ____ ________

Youth $10 x ____ ________

Family $25 x ____ ________

TOTAL AMOUNT DUE $ _________________

PRE-APPROVAL REQUIRED BY SHOW COMMITTEE TO STABLE EARLY – FEES WILL BE ADDED TO FINAL INVOICE

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