TM                         2009 WCMHR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPcopyright
  
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                             Virginia Horse Center, Lexington, VA
July 18th. and 19th., 2009   Accommodations
 Judge:  Mark Laird WCMHR/AMHR/ASPC    Halter Classes in Bent Tree Indoor Arena  Warm up Woods Hill Indoor Arena  Sped Ring and Warm up Ring      
 
  "Galaxy of Stars" 19 SUPREME WORLD CHAMPIONS!    29 High Point Champions!
      Family-Oriented Show with something for everyone--Professionals to Newcomers!
      Sponsor's Links added as received:  Become a Sponsor $35 per class or offer Special Award
  *Note: Some High Point Class Numbers have changed because of added classes.  High Point Awards
World Class COPYRIGHT $how $timulus Package: Lower Entry Fees, Stall Fees, plus qualify for Free Classes! 
$14 per Class.  1 FREE CLASS for every 9th. paid class when entry is  prepaid and postmarked by "July 18, 2009." Stalls $42 entire show
 Open to all current WCMHR Members. EntriesMembership, and Registrations may be submitted at same time.
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Classes for: Just Stallions:  Just Mares:  Just Geldings:  Just Entry Level Adults and Youths:    Show Ponies 
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A Div. 34" and under (30" or under for 2009 foals)        B Div.  34.25" to 38.00"    
 Show Pony -separate classes -- 38.25" -48"  Show Ponies are not considered Miniature Horses
Youths must be 17 or younger  on January 1, 2009                                               
Youths under  12 may not show stallions over 2 yrs. of age.  Youths may not show a Show Pony Stallion.                                            

An Amateur is any adult who has not been  paid in money  for training, showing, judging, or for demonstrations.
Entry Level Adults and Youths must not have shown more than 2 years in a particular class.    Therapeutic -Challenged.

Announcements at the show will take precedence over any printed documents.
Saturday   July 18, 2009  9 a.m.
Two-Minute Gate Warning applies to all Classes.-Breaks to be announced.
Champion and Reserve in each class and places 3-10.  Trophies or Special Awards to all Champion & Reserve ribbons to 10th. Place.

1.   FREE CLASS  3 BY ONE OWNER-any 3 miniature horses owned by same owner. 
 Enter Only 1 horse for the group of 3 on entry form.  A or B 
Stall Chair to Champion& Reserve & Ribbons to Tenth Place. Tara Stables LC VA

Showmanship Classes:  Walk, Trot, Stop (set up horse in front of Judge) Turn-Trot into lineup.  Clothing requires Boots,
Hats, Long Sleeve Shirt.   Gloves should be worn.
Trophy and Belt Buckle to every Champion and Reserve Champion - Showmanship
 


2.    Showmanship Entry LevelYouth A or B  Exhibitor's first or second year showing in Showmanship Classes  Belt  Buckle Champ/Res..

2A. Showmanship Therapeutic Youth A or B  Belt  Buckle Champ/Res.

3.    Showmanship Entry Level  Youth A or B Exhibitor's first or second year showing in Showmanship Classes B Belt  Buckle Champ/Res.

3A. Showmanship Therapeutic  Adult A or B  Belt  Buckle Champ/Res.

4.    Showmanship Youth   A or B Belt  Buckle Champ/Res.  Sponsor:  Beech Hill Minis  WV Trophy Buckle Champion
                                                   
5.    Showmanship Adult   A or B  Belt  Buckle Champ/Res.  Sponsor: Mini Mountain Miniature Horse Club  WV Trophy Buckle Champion

6.    Showmanship Golden Star age 55 or oldeA or B    Belt  Buckle Champ/Res.

7.    Showmanship Just Mares    Adult or Youth    Belt  Buckle Champ/Res.

8.    Model Stallion   A 2007 or older-judged 100% on conformation and shown at a walk. Cooler

9.    Geldings A 2006 or older

10.   Geldings A 2006 or older shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor Stall Chair

11.   Geldings A 2006 or older shown by a Youth  Special Award  Sponsor: Rose Pirate Ranch
GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE SR. GELDINGS A Champions/Reserves 9, 10, and 11 compete
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

12.   Geldings A 2007 or younger

13.   Geldings A 2007 or younger shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor   Stall Chair

14.   Geldings A 2007 or younger shown by a Youth  Special Award
GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE JR. GELDINGS A Champions/Reserves 12, 13, and 14 compete. Sponsor: Joanne Arias in Honor of Tabby
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

15.   Model Stallion A 2007 or older-judged 100% on conformation and shown at a walk.  Cooler

16.   Stallions A and Geldings A any age, Solid Color  judged 100% on color and shown at a walk

17.   Stallions A and Geldings A any age Multicolor Pintos or Appaloosas -  judged 100% on color and shown at a walk.

18.   Stallions A 2006 or older

19.   Stallions A 2006 or older shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor  Stall Chair

20.   Stallions A 2006 or older shown by a Youth (12 or over if stallions is 2 or older) Special Award
GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE SR. STALLIONS A Champions/Reserves 18, 19, and 20 compete.
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

21.   Stallions A 2007

22.   Stallions A 2008

23.   Stallions A 2009

24.   Stallions A 2007 or younger shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor  Stall Chair

25.   Stallions A 2007 or younger shown by a Youth  Special Award
GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE JR. STALLIONS A Champions/Reserves 21,22,23, 24, and 25  compete.
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

26.   Model Mare A 2007 or older- judged 100% on conformation and shown at a walk. Cooler

27.   Mares A any age Solid Color- judged 100% on color and shown at a walk.

28.   Mares A any age Multicolor  Pintos or Appaloosas-  judged 100% on color and shown at a walk.

29.   Mares A 2006 or older

30.   Mares A 2006 or older shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor  Stall Chair

31.   Mares A 2006 or older shown by a Youth  Special Award Sponsor:  Deerfield Horse Farm
GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE SR. MARES A Champions/Reserves 29, 30, and 31, compete
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

32.   Mares A 2007

33.   Mares A 2008

34.   Mares A 2009

35.   Mares A 2007 or younger shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor  Stall Chair

36.   Mares A 2007 or younger shown by a Youth  Special Award
GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE JR. MARES A
Champions/Reserves 32, 33, 34, 35, and 36 compete.
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

SR. SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION A Grand Champion Gelding, Stallion, and Mare compete Photo Clock Award, Neck Rosette, Cooler  $15 Gift Certificate from Star Lake Farm and Tack
JR. SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION A Grand Champion Gelding, Stallion, and Mare compete Photo Clock Award, Neck Rosette, Cooler  $15 Gift Certificate from Star Lake Farm and Tack

Twin Sails Miniatures, Bob and Marilyn Hackett and Danielle Wilson
will present a Perpetual Trophy to the Jr.
Supreme Champion  in memory of their Jr. Supreme World Champion, "Twin Sails Golden Sunrise."  The 2008 Recipient
 "Winning Streaks Magic Twist," owned and shown by Karen Miller.

37.   Show Pony Solid Color shown at a walk.

38.   Show Pony Multicolor –Pintos or Appaloosas  shown at a walk.

39.   Show Pony 2006 or older

40.   Show Pony 2007 or younger

SR. SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION SHOW PONY -Trophy, Neck Rosette, Cooler or Sheet  also
 $15 Gift Certificate from Star Lake Farm and Tack
JR. SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION SHOW PONY -Trophy, Neck Rosette, Cooler or Sheet 
 $15 Gift Certificate from Star Lake Farm and Tack

Hunter Course - Exhibitors and Horse should portray the appearance of following an actual country course.  Jumps may
include a simulated brick wall, hedges, chicken coops, etc.  The pace should be brisk as in a trot or canter, but must maintain
the stride  throughout the entire course.  Three refusals will result in elimination.  Faults include knockdowns, and circling more
 than once.  Elimination:  Three refusals, fall of horse/and or exhibitor, being off course, or crossing own path.  Knockdowns are
also considered by the Judge when placing the class.  Jumps should be 20 feet apart and are  usually at a lower height than the
Jumper Course.  Hunter jumps  will likely be set at 24."  Hunter Classes are for mature horses. Course Walk-thru and
Demonstration before Hunter Classes begin.

 

41.   Hunter  Entry Level  Youth   A  Handler's first or second year showing in Hunter

41A. Hunter Therapeutic Adult A or B

42.   Hunter Entry LevelYouth   A Handler's first or second year showing in Hunter

42A. Hunter Therapeutic  Youth A or B

43.   Hunter  Amateur  Adult A            Sponsor:  Tara Stables LC  VA

44.   Hunter AdultA

45.   Hunter Youth A

46.   Hunter Entry Level  Youth  B  Handler's first or second year showing in Hunter

47.   Hunter Entry LevelYouth  B  Handler's first or second year showing in Hunter

48.   Hunter Amateur  Adult  B        Sponsor:  Tara Stables LC  VA

49.   Hunter AdultB

50.   Hunter Youth B

51.  Hunter Show Pony  Adult or Youth Youths  may not show a stallion Show Pony

Liberty Classes - One or Two Exhibitors permitted.   Only the Exhibitor who released the horse may catch.
One and one/half minute of music and one minute to catch.  No touching during music and no baiting during music
or to catch.  Horse should demonstrate a variety of gaits without stopping or standing during the music.  Costumes or
 decorations are permitted.  Exhibitor should deliver Labeled (Horse's Name and Exhibitor who release horse and
Number on CD
  or  song set at starting point on tapes.) to designated place one hour before Class begins. 

52.   Liberty Show Pony  Special Award for Champion Horse Statue  Sponsor: Joanne Arias in Honor of Tabby

53.   Liberty A              Special Award for Champion Horse Statue       Sponsor: Joanne Arias in Honor of Tabby

54.   Liberty B              Special Award for Champion Horse Statue       Sponsor: Joanne Arias in Honor of Tabby

Special Award to most animated Liberty from Classes 52, 53, and 54 in memory of Grover Keeney.

Sunday, July ,19,  2009  9 a.m.  Two-Minute Gate Warning applies to all Classes.-Breaks to be announced.

55.  Model Stallion   B 2007  or older-judged 100% on conformation and shown at a walk. Cooler

56.   Geldings B 2006 or older 

57.   Geldings B 2006 or older shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor  Stall Chair

58.   Geldings B 2006 or older shown by a Youth
SR. GRAND CHAMPION GELDING B
Champion/Reserves 56, 57, 58 compete  
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

58B. Geldings B 2007 or younger (2007, 2008, OR 2009) lined up according to age. Champion & Reserve for each age group.
JR. GRAND AND RESERVE CHAMPION GELDING B 
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

59.   Model Stallion B 2007 or older-judged 100% on conformation. Walk in circle or line up.  Cooler

60.   Stallions and Geldings B Solid Color any age stallion or gelding - judged 100% on color and shown at a walk

61.   Stallions and Geldings B Multicolor any age stallion or gelding Pintos and Appaloosas - judged 100% on color and shown at a walk

62.   Stallions B 2006 or older

63.   Stallions B 2006 or older shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor   Adult or Youth over 12. Stall Chair

SR. GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE STALLIONS B
Champions/Reserves 62 and 63 compete.
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

64.  Stallions B 2007 or younger      (2009 Stallions should be over 30" for B Division)

65.  Stallions B 2007 or younger shown by same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor   -Adult or Youth   Stall Chair

JR. GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE STALLION B Champions/Reserves 64and 65 compete.
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

66.   Model Mare B 2007 or older--judged 100% on conformation and shown at a walk.  Cooler

67.   Mares B Solid Color any age mare  judged 100% on color and shown at a walk.

68.   Mares B Multicolor any age mare Pintos and Appaloosas- judged 100% on color- shown at a walk

69.   Mares B 2006 or older

70.   Mares B 2006 or older shown by same same  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor Adultor Youth Stall Chair-

SR. GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE MARE B
Champions/Reserves 69 and 70  compete.
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.

71.   Mares B 2007 or 2008

72.   Mares B 2009 (over 30" high)

73.   Mares B 2007 or younger shown bysame  Owner/ Trainer/ Exhibitor  Adult or Youth  Stall Chair
JR. GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE MARE B
Champions/Reserves 71, 72, and 73 compete.
Reserve Champions line up behind Champions.  Reserve may not be placed over a Champion.


SR. SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION B
Sr. Grand Champions Geldings, Stallions, & Mares compete Photo Clock Award, Neck Rosette, Cooler  $15 Gift Certificate from Star Lake Farm and Tack
JR. SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION B
 
Jr. Grand Champions Geldings, Stallions & Mares compete Photo Clock Award, Neck Rosette, Cooler   $15 Gift Certificate from Star Lake Farm and Tack

74.   Costume Youth A, B, or Show Pony   Sponsor:  Abracadabra Magical Minis  VA

75.   Costume Adult or (Adult and Youth combination)  A, B, or Show Pony  Sponsor:  Abracadabra Magical Minis  VA

Sr. and Jr. Kings, Sr. and Jr. Queens, and Royal Court announced. All youth participants in the
show will also receive a trophy for Prince or Princess. Kings and Queens selected by the Show Staff based on overall
participation  and attitude.  Trophy and Cap to Kings, and Tiara and Trophy to Queens.

Obstacle Mini Trail Classes - The overall performance in overtaking each obstacle in succession without knockdowns, or
eliminations is the object to be judged in this class.  Obstacles may include walking over poles, a tarp,  under a covered hut,
a small jump, walk over a bridge, etc.  There will be no backing in these classes for this show.  Foals of 2008 and 2009 should be
in Class 87. 
  Courses  will be designed for Exhibitor with horse on a lead to move through quickly at an even pace of 30 seconds or less per
obstacle.  If the time allowed is exceeded, the Exhibitor will be directed to move to the  next  obstacle.   Obstacles will be fun
 and colorful for the WCMHR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.   The same horse cannot not be shown twice in same class number.
Course Walk thru before Class begins.

76.   Obstacle Mini Trail Show Pony   Adult or Youth    Youths  may not show a stallion Show Pony

77.   Obstacle Mini Trail Entry LevelYouth A -  Handler's first or second year showing in Obstacle Mini Trail Classes.

77A. Obstacle Mini Trail TherapeuticYouth

78.   Obstacle Mini Trail Entry Level  YouthA - Handler's first or second year showing in Obstacle Mini Trail Classes.

78A. Obstacle Mini Trail Therapeutic  Adult A or B

79.   Obstacle Mini Trail Amateur  Adult A

80.   Obstacle Mini Trail AdultA

81.   Obstacle Mini Trail Youth A   Sponsor: Never Say Never

82.   Obstacle Mini Trail  Entry LevelYouth  B  Handler's first or second year showing in Obstacle Mini Trail Classes.

83.   Obstacle Mini Trail Entry Level  YouthHandler's first or second year showing in Obstacle Mini Trail Classes.

84.   Obstacle Mini Amateur  Adult B

85.   Obstacle Mini Trail Adult B

86.   Obstacle Mini Trail Youth  B

87.   Obstacle Mini Trail A or B Foals 2007 and 2008 –Simpler course designed for Foals. Special Breakaway Halter Champion & Res.

Jumper Classes - Jumping Classes are judged on accumulated faults which include Knockdowns- 4 Faults,
Circle more than once -4  Faults, First Refusal 4 Faults, Second Refusal 8 Faults, Third Refusal -elimination.
If there is a tie of for the first go round, a jumpoff (jumping the course again) will take place with those jumpers
 who tied for the first place.  The jumps shall be raised 4 inches and the Jumpers will be timed.  The Jumper with the
fewest faults and the best time shall be the winner.  In the event of another tie, the jumps may be raised 2 inches more.
The same horse cannot be shown twice in same class number.  Jumper classes are designed for mature horses.
 Course Walk thru before Class begins. 

88.   Jumper Entry LevelYouth  A  Handler's   first or second year showing in Jumper Classes.

88A. Jumper Therapeutic  Youth A or B

89.   Jumper Entry Level  Youth  A   Handler's   first or second year showing in Jumper Classes.

89A. Jumper Therapeutic  Adult A or B

90.   Jumper Amateur  AdultA

91.   JumperAdult A

92.   Jumper Youth A

93.   Jumper Entry Level Youth  B   Handler's   first or second year showing in Jumper Classes

94.   Jumper Entry Level  Youth B   Handler's  first or second year showing in Jumper Classes

95.   Jumper Amateur Adult B

96.   Jumper Adult B

97.   Jumper Youth B

98.   Jumper Show Pony-in hand   Adultor Youth-Youths  may not show a stallion Show Pony

  99.  Antique or Reproduction Horse Drawn Vehicle-Single Multiple Hitch  A, B, or Show Pony. Shown at a walk both ways in the ring.

Country Pleasure Driving Classes - This event is judged primarily on the suitability of the horse to provide a relaxed,
pleasurable drive in the countryside.  To be shown both ways in the arena at a WALK, SLOW TROT, and STRONG TROT. 
 
 Drivers will then be asked to enter the center of the ring and line up in a row.  Headers (Adult to stand in front of the Horse)
 may enter the ring at  lineup.  Each Driver will then be asked to reign back (Back up).   Clothing should be relevant to the drive,
women generally  select a long skirt or dress, and a hat and men a jacket and a hat, western or a sports coat and hat.  Driving Classes
 are for mature horses.   An Adult Riders may  accompany Entry Level Adults and Youth as well as Therapeutic  Adults and Youths.

 Any interference or verbal instruction to the Driver will result in elimination. 

99A. Country Pleasure Driving Show Pony Adult or Youth   Youths  may not show a stallion Show Pony.

100.  Country Pleasure Driving Entry Level  Youth A    Driver's first or second year in Country Pleasure Driving Classes.

101A. Country Pleasure Driving Therapeutic  Adult A or B

102.   Country Pleasure Driving Entry Level Entry LevelYouth A Driver's first or second year in Country Pleasure Driving Classes.

102A Country Pleasure Driving Therapeutic Youth

103. Country Pleasure Driving Amateur  Adult A

104. Country Pleasure Driving Adult A

105. Country Pleasure Driving Youth A   Sponsor: Due Process Stable  NY

106. Country Pleasure Driving Entry Level  Youth Driver's first or second year in Country Pleasure Driving Classes.

107. Country Pleasure Driving Entry LevelYouth B Driver's first or second year in Country Pleasure Driving Classes.

108. Country Pleasure Driving Amateur  Adult B

109. Country Pleasure Driving Adult B

110. Country Pleasure Driving Youth B

Race - There will be 3 Separate Lanes for each race with each Driver having their  own lane.   There will be cone or other
 object at each  end of the lane and the object is to circle to object twice with a steady trot.    The second break in trot will
result in elimination.  The first horse to cross the finish line without breaking a trot more than once will be declared the winner.  
 Additional races may  be required to determine Champions if entries are greater than 3 racers at a time for the Class.  
  Helmets are advised for all and are required for youths.  Racing Classes are for mature horses.   An Adult Riders may 
 accompany Entry Level Adults and Youths. Any interference or verbal instruction to the  Driver will result in elimination.
Racing Classes are the tiebreakers if needed for Supreme World Champion Driving and Driving High Point Awards.

  Harness Driver and Horse Racing Sulkey  Statue Trophies to Champions.
111. Race Entry Level Youth A or B  Helmets required. Driver's first or second year in Racing Classes 

Divided by A or B -with sufficient entries.

112. Race Entry Level  Youth A or B    Driver's first or second year in Racing Classes    Divided by A or B -with sufficient entries.

113. Race Amateur  Adult A or B  Divided by A or B -with sufficient entries.

114. RaceAdult A or B   Divided by A or B -with sufficient entries.

115. Race Youth A or B -Helmets required.   Divided by A or B -with sufficient entries.  Sponsor:  Star City Motors LC

Roadster - Drivers enter the ring clockwise and turn and reverse when asked by the Judge.  Drivers stay on the rail at
all times unless  passing on the outside.  Vehicle may be of any type, usually, a two-wheeled vehicle without a basket and
 stirrups for the feet.  The principal gaitis TROT,  (Slow, Fast, and Faster) the SLOW JOG TROT, and the faster ROAD GAIT
 and  then the full extended DRIVE ON TROT. If a horse that has demonstrated the three gaits should suddenly break
 the trot, the horse will not be penalized.

 A horse that has NOT demonstrated the THREE GAITS should NOT  be placed over a horse who has demonstrated
the three gaits successfully.   Adult Headers are required at lineup.  The Drivers will not be asked to reign back.   
Roadster Classes are for mature horses.  An Adult Riders may  accompany Entry Level Adults and Youths. 
 Any interference or verbal instruction to the Driver will result in elimination. 

116. Roadster Entry Level  Youth  A  Driver's first or second year in Roadster Classes . 

116B. Roadster Entry Entry LevelYouth Driver's first or second year in Roadster Classes . 

117. Roadster Amateur  AdultA

118. Roadster Adult A

119. Roadster YouthA

119A. Roadster Entry Level  Youth B Driver's first or second year in Roadster Classes . 

119B. Roadster Entry Level Youth B Driver's first or second year in Roadster Classes . 

120. Roadster Amateur  Adult B

121. Roadster Adult B

122. Roadster Youth B
 
The Obstacle Driving Classes will have similar obstacles to the Obstacle Mini Trail Classes that are suitable for driving
 across, thru,  or under.  there will be a 60-second time limit to  overtake each obstacle.  Penalties will be deducted from
 the Driver's overall time.  Knocking down or dislodging obstacles - 5 seconds,  Driving thru an obstacle again-10 seconds,
Missing an obstacle-20 seconds.

 An Adult Riders may  accompany Entry Level Adults and Youths .  Any interference or verbal instruction to the Driver
 will result in elimination.
   The same horse cannot be shown twice in the same class number by a different driver.

123. Obstacle Driving Entry LevelYouth A or B Driver's first or second year in Obstacle Driving Classes.  A & B divided for high point awards.

124. Obstacle DrivingEntry Level  Youth  A or B Driver's first or second year in Obstacle Driving Classes.  A & B divided for high point awards.

125. Obstacle Driving Amateur  Adult A

126. Obstacle Driving Adult A

127. Obstacle Driving Youth A   Joanne Arias in honor of  Tabby  NJ

128. Obstacle Driving Amateur  Adult B

129. Obstacle Driving AdultB

130. Obstacle Driving YouthB


 


POINTS   for Supreme World Champions in Halter Performance and Driving Classes as well as individual Exhibitors for
High Point Awards.
Horses may only be shown once in the same class.  Exhibitor's points will be calculated from the highest placement
 (not cumulative) received in the same class.
Champion=              10 pts.
Reserve Champion=9 pts.
Third Place=             8 pts.
Fourth Place=           7 pts.
Fifth Place=              6 pts.
Sixth Place=             5 pts.
Seventh Place=        4 pts.
Eighth Place=            3 pts.
Ninth Place=             2 pts.
Tenth Place=            1 pt.
      

SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION HALTER PERFORMANCE (Horse Points) Trophy or Special Award, Neck Rosette and Cooler
-Hunter, Jumper, and Obstacle Mini Trail, (tiebreaker Liberty,)  coin toss.  The Same exhibitor does not have to show the
horse  for all  of these classes.  Individual Exhibitor  Points are considered for High Point Exhibitor Awards.   
    
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION HALTER PERFORMANCE shown by an Amateur  Adult   Classes  43, 79, 90 (53)
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION HALTER PERFORMANCE shown by an AdultA       Classes 44, 80, 91 (53)             
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION HALTER PERFORMANCE shown by a Youth A      Classes  45, 81, 92, (53) changes      
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION HALTER PERFORMANCE shown by an Amateur  AdultClasses  48, 84, 95 (54)  
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION HALTER PERFORMANCE shown by an Adult B   Classes 49, 85, 96 (54)    
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION HALTER PERFORMANCE shown by a YouthClasses 50, 86, 97, (54)

SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION DRIVING (Horse Points) Trophy or Special Award, Neck Rosette and Cooler
Country Pleasure Driving, Roadster, Obstacle Driving,( tiebreaker Race,)  coin toss. The Same exhibitor does not
have to  show the horse for all of these classes.  Individual Exhibitor Points are considered for High Point Exhibitor Awards.   
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION DRIVING driven by an Amateur  Adult A      Classes 103, 117, 125 (113) changes
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION DRIVING driven by an  Adult A                      Classes 104, 118, 126 (114)
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION DRIVING driven by a Youth A                       Classes 105, 119, 127 (115)
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION DRIVING driven by an Amateur  Adult B     Classes 108, 120, 128 (113)
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION DRIVING driven by an  Adult B                      Classes 109, 121, 129 (114)
SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION DRIVING driven by a Youth B                      Classes 110, 122, 130 (115)

SUPREME WORLD CHAMPION PERFORMANCE SHOW PONY (Show Pony Points) Trophy, Neck Rosette, Cooler or Sheet
Show Pony may be shown by an Adult or a Youth in these classes. Hunter, Obstacle Mini Trail,  Jumper, Liberty  and
Country  Pleasure Driving.   Classes 51, 52, 76, 98, and 99A 

Show Pony High Point Exhibitors-Points, not Classes are divided for  Adults and Youths. Trophy and High Point Ribbon
Adult showing Show Pony-             Classes 51, 52, 76, 98, and 99A
Youth showing Show Pony-            Classes 51, 52, 76, 98, and 99A

High Point Halter Performance Exhibitors  Trophy and High Point Ribbon
High Point Exhibitor Points in  Halter Performance-Hunter, Jumper, and Obstacle Mini Trail,
 tiebreaker Liberty, coin toss.
Amateur  Adult A                           Classes  43, 79, 90 (53)
Adult A                                          Classes 44, 80, 91 (53)
Youth A                                         Classes 45, 81, 92 (53)  changes
Entry Level Youth  A                   Classes 41, 78, 89 (53)
Entry LevelYouth A                    Classes 42, 77, 88, (53)
Therapeutic  AdultA or B           Classes 41A, 78A, 89A
Therapeutic  YouthA or B          Classes 42A, 77A, 88A
Amateur  Adult B                       Classes 48, 84, 95, (54)
Adult B                                        Classes 49, 85, 96  (54)
 Youth B                                      Classes 50, 86, 97 (54)
Entry Level  Youth B                Classes 46, 83, 94 (54)
Entry LevelYouth B                  Classes 47, 82, 93 (54)

 

High Point Exhibitor Points   in Driving Country Pleasure Driving, Roadster, Obstacle Driving, (tiebreaker Race,)
coin toss  Trophy and High Point Ribbon
Amateur Adult A                      Classes 103, 117, 125, (113) changes
Adult A                                     Classes 104, 118, 126, (114)
Youth A                                    Classes 105, 119, 127 (115)
Entry Level  YouthA               Classes 100, 116, 124 (112)
Entry Level Youth A               Classes 102, 116B, 123, (111) 
Amateur  Adult B                    Classes 108, 120, 128, (113)
Adult B                                    Classes 109, 121, 129 (114)
Youth B                                    Classes 110, 122, 130 (115)
Entry Level  Youth B              Classes 106, 119A, 124, (112) changes
Entry Level Youth B               Classes 107, 119B, 123 (111) changes
Therapeutic   AdultA or B     Classes 101A
Therapeutic Youth A or B      Class 102A
 

 

Best Decorated Stall - No nails, staples, pins, glue, or anything that would cause damage to stalls.  Special Award

Sportsmanship Adult  Special Award
Sportsmanship Youth Special Award
 

IRON HORSE COMPETITION SPECIAL AWARDS -Leather Driving Harness Sets 
High Points combined Amateur  Adult A & B Exhibitor driving classes  Tiebreaker race, coin toss 103,108, 113, 117, 120, 125, 128

High Point Adult combined A & B Exhibitor driving classes  Tiebreaker race, coin toss 104, 109, 114, 118, 121, 126, 129 changes

High Point Youthcombined A & B Exhibitor driving classes  Tiebreaker race, coin toss 105, 110, 115, 119, 122, 127, 130 changes

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