Only $12 per class if entered online or postmarked on or before 7/20/2012
Entries are $15 per class after the deadline. Owners who have entered by the deadline may add classes at the show
for only $12 per class.
Updates 7/9/2012 Halter Patterns Hunter Pattern Jumper Patterns Obstacle Patterns
17TH. WCMHR click here New Updates Entry Form Awards
Minimum Expense for Participants--MAXIMUM Fun, Competition, Recognition, & Awards 3 FREE CLASSES!
$12 per class Sponsor $15
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Bookmark
Print/Download 2012 Show Booklet pdf.
August 3-4, 2011 Spring Valley Farm and Cabins LLC Simplified Directions or visit google maps
Judge: Danielle Toms
1190 Horseshoe Bend Rd., Moneta, VA 24121 in Historic Bedford County,
Tack Exclusively by Martin Harness. Directions and Accommodations
visit Spring Valley Farm and Cabins LLC for cabin rentals, apartments, and horse training and sales, etc.,
In a Valley
surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia close to Roanoke
and Smith Mountain Lake. View of the Twin famous Peaks of Otter.
National D-Day Memorial is nearby.
A Family Oriented Show with something for everyone--Professionals to Entry-Level!
Family-Oriented Show with something for everyone--Professionals to Newcomers!
Sponsor's Links added as received: Become a Sponsor $15 per class or offer Special Award
Open to all current WCMHR
Members. Entries, Membership, and
may be submitted at same time.
per Class. Deadline for Refund-July 20, 2012. Refunds after Deadline
receive credit for future
registry or future WCMHR
World Championships or 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 $35 entire show. Arrival on Thursday, August 2, 2012 and Departure on Sunday Morning, August 5, 2012.
Grounds fees horses without stalls, or shown from trailer $5 per horse.
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 Horse Shows like they Used to be!
Smith Mountain Lake only 3-6 miles away. Lots of accommodations and Restaurants near by.
Driving Demonstration, including racing at 1 o'clock on Friday, Aug. 3, 2012 by Garland & Chad Simmons.
Classes begin at 3 p.m. Friday, August 3, 2012. 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 required on entry form. A or B
00. FREE CLASS Mare and Foal Enter Only the mare entered on entry form. A or B Mare and Foal Heavy Photo Album and halter bag to Champion from Tricia Bartoo Cheery Acres Minis in memory of Jane Smith, of Knight Hawke Miniatures, an incredible lady who has shown in many, many miniature horse shows and was always enthusiastic and kind to everyone.
000. FREE CLASS Get of Sire any 3 horses by the same Sire. Only 1 horse required for the 3 on entry form. A or B
Showmanship Classes: Walk, Stop (set up horse in front of Judge) Turn-walk in to lineup. Clothing requires Boots,
Hats, Long Sleeve Shirt. Gloves should be worn.
1. Youth Showmanship 12 and over A or B Sponsor: Linda Frei, Cherokee Acres TN
2 Youth Showmanship under 12 A or B Sponsor: Michelle Lowery, Mountain View Farm TN
3. Entry Level Adult A, B, or Show Pony-first or second year in a Showmanship Class may also show in Amateur and Adult
4. Amateur Adult Showmanship A or B or Show Pony Cable Halter & Lead to Champion --American Motel LLC-VA
5. Adult Showmanship A or B or Show Pony
Classes 6-28 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.
photos by Kimberley Rose
6. Stallions or Geldings A or B Multicolor Pintos, Appaloosas or Pintaloosas.
7. Stallions Geldings A or B Solid Color, NOT Pintos, Appaloosas or Pintaloosas.
8. Stallions A , Sr. 2009 or older
9. Stallions A, 2010
10. Stallions A, 2011
11. Stallions A, 2012
18. Geldings A, Sr. 2009 or older
19. Geldings A 2010-2012
19A. Geldings A shown by a Youth
Sr. Champion and Reserve from classes 9, 14, 18, and 17A, 19A if the
Mares in 17A and 19A are 3 years or older.
Jr. Supreme Champion and Reserve from classes, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, and 19 if the gelding was foaled in 2012 also 17A, and 19A if Champion or Reserve Horse is 2 or younger.
World Champion foaled in 2012 Champions and Reserves from 11, 17, & (19 if gelding foaled in 2012) also 17A and 19A if the Champion or Reserve foaled in 2012.
20. Stallions B, 2009 or older
21. Stallions B, 2010-2012
24. Geldings B 2009 or older
Sr. Champion and Reserve from classes 20, 22, 24, and (23A and 25A if Champion or Reserve is a 3-yr. or older horse.)
Jr. Champion and Reserve from classes 21, 23, 25, and (23A and 25A if Champion
or Reserve is a 2-yr. old or younger horse.)
B Division ALL horses from classes 21, 23, and 25 if the horses foaled in 2012 and (23A and 25A if Champion or Reserve if Champion or Reserve foaled in 2012.)
25B Open Pleasure Driving A Large Trophies to Champion and Reserve
25C. Open Pleasure Driving B Large Trophies to Champion and Reserve
25D. Open Pleasure Driving Youths A or B
-May also compet e Showmanship Classes 0, 1, 2, 3, & 4-and Halter Performance and Driving for Show Ponies.
Show Pony Sr.
World Champion Show Pony (Champion from 28.)
Show Pony Jr. World Champion Show Pony (Champion from 29.)
29A. Youth Costume Theme: "Today's the Day"
29B. Adult or Adult and Youth Combination. Theme: "Today's the Day"
Saturday, August 4, 2012 classes begin at 9:00 a.m.
|30. Hunter Entry
Level Adult A-or
first or second yr. Handler in Hunter Class
31. Hunter Amateur A
32. Hunter Adult A
33. Hunter Youth A
34. Hunter Amateur B
35. Hunter Adult B
36. Hunter Youth B
37. Hunter Show Pony (in hand)
photo by Ride on Sports
Photo by Kimberley Rose
Jumper Entry Level Adult A 1st. or 2nd. yr.
39. Jumper Amateur A
40. Jumper Adult A
41. Jumper Youth A
42. Jumper Entry Level Adult B 1st. or 2nd. yr.
43. Jumper Amateur B
44. Jumper Adult B
45. Jumper Youth B
46. Jumper Show Pony (in hand)
Photo by Kimberley Rose
Photo by Kimberley Rose
51. OPEN OBSTACLE DRIVING A
52. OPEN OBSTACLE DRIVING B
53. OPEN OBSTACLE DRIVING SHOW PONY
54. Antique or Reproduction Horse-Drawn Vehicle Single or Multiple Hitch A, B, SP
Country Pleasure Driving a more relaxed pleasure drive through a country setting, walk, slow trot, and strong trot. Head does not
have to be held high.
55. Country Pleasure Driving Entry Level A
56. Country Pleasure Driving Amateur Adult A
57. Country Pleasure Driving Adult A
58. Country Pleasure Driving Youth A
59. Country Pleasure Driving Entry Level B
60 Country Pleasure Driving Amateur Adult B
61. Country Pleasure Driving Adult B
62. Country Pleasure Driving Youth B
63. Country Pleasure Driving Show Pony
|Photo by David Bell Ride on Sports
|Riders may accompany Youth Drivers and
Entry-Level Drivers Riders may not assist
verbally or physically unless there is an emergency.
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.
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
64. Race Entry Level Adult A or B-separated accordingly
65. Race Amateur Adult A, or B, –separated accordingly
66. Race Adult A, B, —separated accordingly Helmets Recommended
67. Race Youth A B, —separated accordingly Helmets Required
68. Race Show Pony
Roadster Slow Jog Trot, Road Gait, and Full extended Drive on Trot-outside passing permitted
69. Roadster Entry Level Adult A and B
70. Roadster Amateur Adult A and B
71. Roadster Adult A and B
72. Roadster Youth A and B
72A. Roadster Show Pony
73. Open Liberty Exquisite Trophy to Champion in Memory of Grover Keeney.
Miniature Horse and Tack Auction on Saturday, August 4, 2012 following last class. WCMHR reg. most Double and Triple Registered,
or eligible, including Trained Driving Horses,
Single and Teams and lots of colorful pinto and appaloosa foals.
Tack Auction Friday, after last class.
Deadline-No refunds after 7/20/2012. 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 Thursday or Friday, August 2nd. or 3rd. Vendors $25
Shavings required and available. RV Sites $25 Day water/elec. Horses not stalled, $5 per horse. 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. Announcements at the show will take precedence over any previously announced or written material.
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 for their own animals and property.
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.
HORSE SHOWS LIKE THEY USED TO BE!
Open Pleasure Driving Classes were added to the class list and Champions will receive a very special trophy.
2012 IRON HORSE COMPETITION–
Trophy with Horse and Sulky to Highest Points
Received in classes: Pleasure Driving or Country Pleasure Driving (the highest points in either class, not combined) required. Obstacle Driving required , and Race required. Tiebreaker: Roadster Driving, number of entries, coin toss. Entry-Level classes are not included. Horse Pts. counted.
|Adult A IRON HORSE||Youth A IRON HORSE||Adult B IRON HORSE||Youth B IRON HORSE||Show Pony IRON HORSE|
2012 Driving High-Point Exhibitors –
Trophy and High Point Ribbon Award.
Received in classes: Pleasure Driving or Country Pleasure Driving (the highest points in either class, not combined) required. Obstacle Driving required , and Race pts. are counted. Tiebreaker: Roadster Driving, number of entries, coin toss. Entry-Level classes are not included.
2012 Minis in Motion-Crystal Horse to Highest Points
received in required classes:
Hunter required, Jumper required , and Obstacle Mini Trail required. Tiebreaker Liberty, number of entries, coin toss. Horse Pts. counted. Horse
does not have to be shown by the same Exhibitor.
High Point Exhibitor
Award High Point Ribbon and Special
Award. Classes: Hunter required, Jumper required , and Obstacle
Mini Trail required. Tiebreaker Liberty,
number of entries, coin toss. Highest Points received for one
entry in multiple entry classes. Exhibitor Pts. counted, Exhibitors
may show more than one horse.
Entry Level Halter Performance Cable Show Halter, and High Point Ribbon
Entry Level Adult A & B from Entry Level Hunter A & B, Entry-Level Jumper A & B, Entry-Level Obstacle Mini Trail A & B, tiebreaker number of entries, coin toss. Entry Level will not have required classes for high points because the Entry Level Exhibitor may only be in the particular class if it is their first or second year showing in that class. Not all entry level exhibitors will be qualified to participate in all of the entry level classes.
Entry Level Driving Cooler and High
Entry Level Adult A & B from Entry Level Pleasure Driving A & B, Entry-Level Obstacle Driving A & B, Entry-Level Race A & B, tiebreaker Roadster, number of entries, Entry Level will not have required classes for high points because the Entry Level Exhibitor may only be in the particular class if it is their first or second year showing in that class. Not all entry level exhibitors will be qualified to participate in all of the entry level classes.
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, 2012
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.