Awards are now listed below for all  Classes and SUPREME CHAMPIONS, MAXIMUM SUPREME CHAMPIONS, AND HIGH POINT EXHIBITORS.   
 Great new Motel Hales Ford Harbor Inn, just opened Sept. 2, 2011 right on Smith Mountain Lake Waterfront 7.9 miles from Show Site  540-798-3211
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                          Entry Form $12  per class (every 9th. class FREE)    Become a Sponsor $25 

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   14 SUPREME WORLD CHAMPIONS!  15 MAXIMUM SUPREME WORLD CHAMPIONS!  
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Open to all current WCMHR Members. Entries, Membership, and Registrations may be submitted at same time.
 
Register and Enter  Online  Now    Want to win big?  Enter the Show Pony Classes

$12 per Class. Deadline for Refund-September 15, 2011.  1 Free Class for every paid 10 classes if postmarked or
received by September 15, 2011.  Refunds after Deadline
receive credit for future registry work only.
Substitutions accepted.  Points will not be counted for substitutions  made at the show. After deadline, and
classes added at the Show, $15 per Class.
 Stalls $25  entire show.  Spring Valley Horse Farm & Cabins LLC has generously offered free sawdust bedding and
hay for the stalls.   Grounds fees horses without stalls, $5 per horse.
 Corrals permitted near the Show Ring.
Show Grounds offer 8 stocked fishing ponds, trails, New Cabins, and RV Sites.  Board your horse there and
stay for a vacation.    Onsite Food Concession including Cookout Friday Night along with DJ or Karoke.
 Horse Shows like they Used to be!     Smith Mountain Lake only 3-6 miles away.  Lots of accommodations and
 Restaurants near by.


Classes begin at   9 a.m.
Two-Minute Gate Warning applies to all Classes.-Breaks to be announced.
  Trophy, Plaque or Special Award to Champion and Reserve in every Class.  Top Ten Ribbons 3rd. -10th. Place.

0.   FREE CLASS  3 BY ONE OWNER-any 3 miniature horses and or show ponies owned by same owner. 
 Enter Only 1 horse for the group of 3 on entry form.  A or B 
 Stall Chair and large wooden trophy to Champion    Stall Chair and Trophy to 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.
1.   Youth   Showmanship 12 and  over  A or B or Show Pony  Sponsor:  Michelle Lowery MT VIEW FARM -TN
also Cable Halter & Lead to Champion Class # 1 --American Motel LLC-VA

2    Youth Showmanship  under 12   A or B or Show Pony  Sponsor Linda Frei, CHEROKEE SPRINGS-TN Belt Buckle to Champion
3.   Amateur Adult Showmanship A or B or Show Pony  Cable Halter & Lead to Champion --American Motel LLC-VA
4.   Adult Showmanship A or B or Show Pony   To Champion and Reserve 4-bottle metal and wood wine holder (Its the Wine Festival at Smith Mountain Lake, VA)                                                 
Classes 5-28 will be shown as Model, walk into ring and line up.  No trotting required.  Great Horses stand out at first sight.
Exhibitors are handlers, not riders.  Judged on Conformation and Overall Appearance.     Color classes judged 100% on color.
Stallions       

5.   Stallions or Geldings A or B Multicolor   Pintos, Appaloosas or Pintaloosas.   Sponsor  Virginia Builders Photo Plaques to Champ & Res.
6.   Stallions  Geldings A or B Solid Color,
 NOT  Pintos, Appaloosas or Pintaloosas. Photo Plaques to Champ & Res.
7.   Stallions A , Sr. 2008 or older   Plaques to Champion and Reserve
8.   Stallions A, 2009  Plaques to Champion and Reserve
9.   Stallions A, 2010 Plaques to Champion and Reserve
10. Stallions A, 2011
 Champion will also be in the  MAXIMUM SUPREME for 2011 Foals & competes in  JR. SUPREME  Plaques to Champion and Reserve

Stallions A, Sr. SUPREME World Champion Stallion (Champion from Class 7) Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon
Stallions A, Jr. SUPREMEWorld Champion Stallion (Champions from Classes 8.9. & 10 compete.)Large Mouth- Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon


Stallions

11   Mares A or B Multicolor —Pintos, Appaloosas, or Pintaloosas Photo Plaques to Champ & Res.
12.  Mares A or B Solid Color Photo Plaques to Champ & Res.
13.  Mares A Sr. 2008 or older Plaques to Champion and Reserve
14.  Mares A 2009 Plaques to Champion and Reserve
15.  Mares A 2010 Plaques to Champion and Reserve
16.  Mares 2011
  Champion will also be in the  MAXIMUM SUPREME for 2011 Foals & competes in  JR. SUPREME  Plaques to Champion and Reserve

Mares A   SR.  SUPREMEWORLD CHAMPION MARE Champion from 13Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon
Mares A    JR. SUPREMEWORLD CHAMPION MARE Champions from 14, 15, and 16Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon


Stallions
17.  Geldings A, Sr. 2008 or older Plaques to Champion and Reserve
18. Geldings A 2009-2011   
Gelding  foaled in 2011 in the top place  will also be in the  MAXIMUM SUPREME for 2011 Foals and in the JR. SUPREME Plaques to Champion and Reserve


Geldings A, Sr. SUPREME World Champion Gelding Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon
Geldings A, Jr.
SUPREME World Champion Gelding Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon

MAXIMUM World Champion A (Sr. & Jr. Supreme World Champion Stallions A, Mares A,
and Geldings A, compete.)  Horse Head Sculpture and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon.
 MAXIMUM World Champion foaled in 2011 (
All 2011 foals are eligible.) Horses may also compete in the 2011
Stallion, Mare, and Gelding classes and are eligible for Jr. Supreme World Champion A.
Horse Head Sculpture and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon.
LUNCH
Stallions
19.  Stallions B, 2008 or older Sponsor:  Melissa & Gregg Skidmore PALOUSE RANCH--WV  Plaques to Champion and Reserve
20.  Stallions B, 2009-2011  
2011top place   will also be in the  MAXIMUM SUPREME for 2011 Foals and in the JR. SUPREME Plaques to Champion and Reserve

Stallions B, Sr. SUPREME World Champion Stallion Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon
Stallions B, Jr.  SUPREMEWorld Champion Stallion Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon

Stallions

21.   Mares B, 2008 or older Plaques to Champion and Reserve
22.  Mares B, 2009-2011  
Mare foaled in 2011 in the top place  will also be in the  MAXIMUM SUPREME for 2011 Foals and in the JR. SUPREME Plaques to Champion and Reserve

Mares B Sr. SUPREME World Champion Mare   Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon
Mares B, Jr. SUPREME World Champion Mare  Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon

Stallions
23. Geldings B 2008 or older Plaques to Champion and Reserve
24. Geldings B 2009-2011  
Gelding  foaled in 2011 in the top place  will also be in the  MAXIMUM SUPREME for 2011 Foals and in the JR. SUPREME Plaques to Champion and Reserve


Geldings B Sr. SUPREME World Champion Gelding Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon
Geldings B, Jr. SUPREME World Champion Gelding Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon

MAXIMUM  World Champion B (Supreme World Champion    Sr. & Jr. Stallions B, Mares B, and Geldings B compete.) Horse Head Sculpture and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon.
MAXIMUM World Champion foaled in 2011 —All B Div. horses over 30" -and foaled in 2011 are eligible. Horse Head Sculpture and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon.



Show Ponies-May also compet e Showmanship Classes 0, 1, 2, 3, & 4-and Halter Performance and Driving for Show Ponies.
25. Show Pony Multicolor —Pintos, Appaloosas, or Pintaloosas Photo Plaques Champion and Reserve
26. Show Pony Solid Color Photo Plaques Champion and Reserve
27. Show Ponies 2008 or older Plaques to Champion and Reserve
28 Show Ponies 2009-2011  Plaques to Champion and Reserve

Show Pony Sr. SUPREME World Champion Show Pony (Champion from 24.)Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon
Show Pony Jr. SUPREMEe World Champion Show Pony (Champion from 25.)Large Mouth-Blown Vase mounted on solid black marble base and Supreme World Champion Ribbon
MAXIMUM Supreme World Champion (Sr. and Jr. Supreme SP  Special Award and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon.

Jr. and Sr. King and Queen and Court-All Youth Participants in the Show.
(All Youth Participants who have participated in the show will be called to the center of the ring
to receive a Price or Princess Trophy. The Kings and Queens will be announced.  King and Queens
 are selected by the Show Staff who have observed the participation and attitude of the youths in the
 show.  Kings and Queens will receive a trophy and special award.

Hunter     5-6  18" Jumps  Judged on Consistency in overtaking jumps in a country setting Elimination, Off Course or 2nd.   Refused Jumps.  Halloween is approaching and the course will be set as a graveyard.

Champions & Reserves in 29-35
receive trophies

29.  Hunter Amateur A  
30.  Hunter Adult A
31.  Hunter Youth A
32.  Hunter Amateur B
33.  Hunter Adult B
34.  Hunter Youth B
35.  Hunter Show Pony (in hand)

Photo by Ride on Sports
David Bell

 

 

 

 

           Jumps set at 18" for Hunter
 

   







 Photo by Ride on Sports
David Bell

Champions & Reserves in 36-43 receive trophies
36.  Jumper Amateur A     
37.  Jumper Adult A                     
38.  Jumper Youth A
39.  Jumper Amateur B
40.  Jumper Amateur B
41.  Jumper Youth B
42.  Jumper Show Pony (in hand)
43. OPEN Combination Course Hunter/Jumper A, B,
 and Show Pony 2009 or older
 (The Tiebreaker Class-Back Numbers include A, B, Or SP











Photo by Ride on Sports
David Bell












                                    Photo by Mary Rogan

  • 44.  OPEN Course-- Paced with obstacles  A, B, Show Pony foaled 2009-2011 Special Awards--Pattern available soon
  • 45. Antique or Reproduction Horse-Drawn Vehicle Single or Multiple Hitch A, B, SP Special Trophy Champion Sponsor: LAWN Co.


     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Photo Right by Ride on Sports

     


    Country Pleasure Driving a more relaxed pleasure drive through a country setting, walk, slow trot, and strong trot.
    Champions & Reserves in 46-52 receive trophies

    46. Country Pleasure Driving Amateur Adult A
    47. Country Pleasure Driving Adult A
    48. Country Pleasure Driving Youth A
    49. Country Pleasure Driving Amateur Adult B
    50. Country Pleasure Driving Adult B
    51. Country Pleasure Driving Youth B
    52. Country Pleasure Driving Show Pony
     

     

     

     


     

       


    Race- Racers in separate lanes (2 -3 lanes at a time) and circle a cone twice to finish line.  Second Break in trot elimination.
    Racing Trophies for Heat Champions X-Large Trophies for FINAL  Champions
    53. Race Amateur Adult A, or B, –separated accordingly Extra Large Trophy FINAL  Champion Sponsor: Star City Motors
    54. Race Adult A, B, or Show Pony—separated accordingly Helmets Recommended  4' Trophy FINAL Champion Sponsor: Star City Motors
    55. Race Youth A B, or Show Pony—separated accordingly Helmets Required Extra Large Trophy FINAL Champion Sponsor: Star City Motors

    Roadster  Slow Jog Trot, Road Gait, and Full extended Drive on Trot-outside passing permitted
    Trophies or Plaques Champion and Reserves
    56. Roadster Amateur Adult A
    57. Roadster Adult A
    58. Roadster Youth A
    59. Roadster Amateur Adult B
    60. Roadster Adult B
    61. Roadster Youth B

    Exhibitors may show multiple horses in Hunter, Jumper, Combined Hunter/Jumper, &
    Racing.
    Only the highest points received in a single class counted for High Point Awards.
     MAXIMUM Supreme is compiled from Horse Points Only.  High Point Exhibitors compiled from Highest Points received
    in a particular class.  The same Exhibitor does not have to show the same horse to win High Point Exhibitor.  Maximum Supreme Ribbons and High Point Ribbons are different colors and designs for Performance and Driving.
    MAXIMUM World Champion Performance Horse by an Amateur A Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    (classes 29, 36, tiebreaker 43, jumps.) Amateur B 32 39, tiebreaker 43, jumps)
    High Point Exhibitor Performance Amateur A & B same classes as above. High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque

    MAXIMUM World Champion Performance Horse shown by an Adult A Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    (classes 30, 37, tiebreaker 43, jumps.)  
    High Point Exhibitor Performance shown by an Adult A- same classes.
      High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque
    MAXIMUMWorld Champion Performance Horse shown by an Adult B Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    (33, 40, tiebreaker 43, jumps.)
    High Point Exhibitor Performance Adult A
    and Adult B same classes. High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque

    MAXIMUMWorld Champion Performance Horse shown by a Youth A Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    (Classes 31, 38, tiebreaker 43, jumps.) High Point Exhibitor shown by Youth A High Point Ribbon and Solid Maple Photo Plaque
    MAXIMUMWorld Champion Performance Horse shown by a Youth B Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    (
    34, 41, tiebreaker 43, jumps.)
    Highpoint Exhibitor Performance Youth B
    same classes as above High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque

    MAXIMUM World Champion Driving Horse Driven by an Amateur A Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    (Classes 46, 53, and 56, tiebreaker short race) High Point Driven by an Amateur A High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque


    MAXIMUMWorld Champion Driving by an Amateur B
    Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    49, 53, 59, tiebreaker short race.)

    High Point Exhibitor Driven by an Amateur B same classses as above.
    High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque

    MAXIMUMWorld Champion Driving Horse Driven by an Adult A Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    (Classes 47, 54, 57, tiebreaker short race.)
    High Point Exhibitor Driven by a Adult A High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque

  • MAXIMUM World Champion Driving Horse Driven by an Adult B Adult B (50, 54, 60, tiebreaker short race.)  Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    High Point Exhibititor Driven by an Adult B High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque

    MAXIMUMWorld Champion driven by a Youth A
    (Classes 48, 55, and 58, tiebreaker short race.) Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    High Point Exhibitor Driven by a Youth A  same as above.  High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque
    .MAXIMUMWorld Champion driven by a Youth B Youth B (51, 55, & 61, tiebreaker short race.)
    Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    High Point Exhibitor Driven by a Youth B same as above High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque

    MAXIMUM World Champion Show Pony Performance  ( 35, 42, Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    tiebreaker 43, showmanship High Point Exhibitor Show Pony (same as above. High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque
    MAXIMUM World Champion Show Pony Driving (52, 54, tiebreaker short race.) Metal Trophy Cup and Maximum Supreme World Champion Ribbon
    High Point Exhibitor Driver 52 and 54, short race. High Point Ribbon & Large Solid Maple Photo Plaque

    Sportsmanship Adult  Ribbon, Photo Plaque, 4-bottle metal and wood wine holder (Wine Festival at Smith Mountain Lake)
    Sportsmanship Youth   Special Award, Ribbon, and Photo Plaque, 

    Deadline-No refunds after 9/15/2011.  May receive Credit after deadline for registry work only. May substitute with no points. No refunds on Stalls. All Classes $12 After deadline $15 per Class. No Exceptions. Stalls $25 may arrive Friday, September 23, 2011. Vendors $25
    Shavings required and available. RV Sites $25 Day water/elec. Horses not stalled, $5 per horse. Portable corrals permitted near show ring.   Cabin Rentals & Rooms 540-297-0950 or 540-309-6884 Show Phone 540-309-5579. Show held in the Auction Barn in the event of rain. 2-minute gate warning applies to all classes. No refunds or credit for missed classes.

    All horses and show ponies must be of show quality without dwarfism, blindness, and lameness. Horses & Show Ponies must be mature for jumping & driving .Owner is responsible.

    All announcements at the show take precedence over any previous materials. Classes may be combined at the Show Manager discretion.. The Judge’s Decisions are Final. Entry form and waiver of liability required for all entries. Parent or Legal Guardian must sign waiver for all youths. All rules and Regulations of World Class Miniature Horse Registry, Inc. and its representatives and Spring Valley Horse Farm and Cabins, LLC must be followed at all times. Arrival upon the show grounds constitutes agreement to all terms of the show. All dogs on leashes and proof of current rabies vaccinations. Vet on Call. FOOD CONCESSION ONSITE.
    Horse Boarding Available. Stay awhile, Fish in 8 stocked ponds on the premises or visit Smith Mountain Lake, 500 miles of shoreline. ( 6 mi.) or the D Day Memorial in Bedford.

                        Friday Night Cookout available and DJ or Karokee. HORSE SHOWS LIKE THEY USED TO BE!


    A Div. 34" and under (30" or under for 2011  foals)        B Div.  34.25" to 38.00" (2011 B Div. foals over 30")   
     Show Pony -separate classes -- 38.25" -48"  Show Ponies are not considered Miniature Horses
    Youths must be 17 or younger  on January 1, 2011                                               
    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.
    Announcements at the show will take precedence over any printed documents.


    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.

     

    Jumper Classes - Jumping Classes are judged on accumulated faults which include Knockdowns- 4 Faults,
    Circle more than once -4       Faults, First Refusal 4 Faults, Third  Refusal Elimination.
    If there is a tie of for the first go round, rails will be raised 4" Third tie,  timed jumpoff  (jumping the course again) will take place with those jumpers who tied. The same horse cannot be shown twice in same class number.  Jumper classes are designed for mature horses.
     Course Walk thru before Class begins. 

     

    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.


    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.


    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.