CLASS 1: OPEN GAITED HORSE SHOW

 

Horse Shows

Saturday, August 12th, 2017, 10:00am

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

 

 

Send Entries to:           Sutton Agricultural Society

P.O. Box 460

Sutton West, Ontario

L0E 1R0

                                 Attention: Open Gaited Show

CHAIRPERSON:           Mary-Anne Cryderman   (289) 338-9302

COMMITTEE:                Shelby Avery, Teresa McGruthers

 

All entries to be received by July 21, 2017, in order to receive passes by mail. (If not recieved by July 21st, you will have to pay the entrance fee at the gate)

Entry Fee:                                $5.00 per entry, $2.00 per class (section), plus 15% deduction of winnings

Championship Classes:           $10.00 per class

Late Entry:                               $5.00 once per horse

 

PRIZE MONEY:

            In-Hand:                       $12.00, $10.00, $8.00, $6.00

            Performance:               $30.00, $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00

                Championship:                 $35.00, $30.00, $25.00, $20.00, $15.00

 

SECTION: MOUNTAIN HORSE

IN HAND CLASSES:

1. Mountain Horse In-Hand – Open to Stallions, Mares & Geldings of any age. Horses are shown at the walk only.

 

ENGLISH PLEASURE CLASSES:

2. English Pleasure – Open to Stallions, Mares & Geldings of any age

3. Novice English Pleasure

Any RIDER can enter this class as long as they are riding a NOVICE HORSE

Any HORSE can enter this class as long as they have a NOVICE RIDER

4. English Pleasure Championship

To be eligible, horses must have entered, shown and judged in classes MH2 & MH3

 

WESTERN PLEASURE CLASSES:

5. Western Pleasure – Open to Stallions, Mares & Geldings of any age

6. Novice Western Pleasure

Any RIDER can enter this class as long as they are riding a NOVICE HORSE.

Any HORSE can enter this class as long as they have a NOVICE RIDER

7. Western Pleasure Championship

To be eligible, horses must have entered, shown and judged in classes MH5 & MH6

 

CLASS 1: OPEN GAITED HORSE SHOW

 

SECTION: PASO FINO

IN HAND CLASSES:

8. Bella Forma – Open to all ages.

PERFORMANCE CLASSES:

9.   Paso Pleasure Horse – Open to all ages

10. Paso Pleasure Horse – Novice horse, any age – horse has not won more than 3 First Place Ribbons.

11. Paso Novice Pleasure Rider – Novice performance rider who has not won more than 3 First Place Ribbons.

12. Paso Performance Horse – Open to all ages.

13. Paso Country Pleasure – Open to all ages.

14. Paso Pleasure Championship – Open to all ages.

 

SECTION: OPEN GAITED CLASSES

All classes generally proceed as follows:

Enter at the SLOW GAIT – Down to the TRAIL WALK – SLOW GAIT – Up to the PLEASURE or FASTER GAIT, WALK – Reverse at the WALK – TRAIL WALK – SLOW GAIT – PLEASURE or FASTER GAIT – TRAIL WALK and LINE UP

 

15. Open Equitation – NO PATTERN, Open to any Gaited Horse,Tack Optional.

Medallions and ribbons to 5th place

16. Bareback Class – Open to any Gaited Horse (no dress code) (Ribbons Only)

17. Trail Class – Tack Optional

18. Command Class

19. Open Showmanship

20. Gaited Working Horse Class – the following gaits will be called – Walk, Slow Gait, Pleasure Gait, and Canter.

Open to any Gaited horse – Tack optional.

21. CHALLENGE OF THE BREEDS – Open to any Gaited Horse. Tack Optional.

ENTRY FEE: $10.00

 

CLASS 2: MORGAN HORSE SHOW AND ALL BREED FUN DAY

 

Sunday, August 13th, 2017, 9:00 a.m.

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

All entries received after July 21st, 2017, will not receive a gate pass. Refer to General Rule # 7.

 

Send entries to:             Sutton Agricultural Society

P.O. Box 460, Sutton West, Ontario L0E 1R0

                                    ATTENTION: Morgan Show

Telephone: (905) 722-3165

 

CHAIRPERSON:           Sheila McNaughton       (905) 505-2537

COMMITTEE:               Lynda McNaughton, Betty Dunbar

JUDGE:                        Erin Roach

 

All entries received after July 21st, will have to pay the entrance fee at the gate.

Entry Fee:                                $5.00, plus 15% deduction of winnings

PRIZE MONEY:                  1st-$10.00; 2nd-$8.00; 3rd-$6.00; 4th-$4.00a

SECTION: MORGAN HORSE SHOW AND ALL BREED FUN DAY/GYMKHANA

 

  1. Mares any age
  2. Geldings, any age
  3. Stallions, any age
  4. To be announced *
  5. Morgan Hunter Pleasure
  6. Morgan English Pleasure
  7. To be announced *
  8. Morgan Hunter Pleasure Stake
  9. Morgan English Pleasure Stake
  10. Morgan Road Hack

11. Morgan Western Pleasure

  1. Morgan Pleasure Driving
  2. Morgan Western Pleasure Stake
  3. Morgan Pleasure Driving Stake
  4. Open Costume Class
  5. To be announced *
  6. Open Egg & Spoon
  7. Open Walk/Trot Pairs
  8. Open Bite The Doughnut
  9. Open Command
  10. Open Walking Race

 

 

ORDER OF SHOWING

Line

1.     Mares any age

2.     Geldings any age

3.     Stallions any age

Performance

4.     TBA *

5.     Morgan Hunter Pleasure

6.     Morgan English Pleasur

7.     TBA *

8.     Morgan Hunter Pleasure Stake

9.     Morgan English Pleasure Stake

10.   Morgan Road Hack

 

10 min break

11.   Morgan Western Pleasure

12.   Morgan Pleasure Driving

13.   Morgan Western Pleasure Stake

14.   Morgan Pleasure Driving Stake

 

1 hour lunch break

15.   Open Costume Class

16.   TBA *

17.   Open Egg & Spoon

18.   Open Walk/Trot Pairs

19.   Open Bite The Doughnut

20.   Open Command

21.   Open Walking Race

*TBA (To be announced) classes will be announced day of show

 

CLASSES 4, 7 & 10

LIGHT HORSE DRIVING CLASSES

 

Saturday, August 12th, 2017 at 9:00am SHARP

Entry Fee:                    $5.00 per entry, $2.00 per class, plus 15% deduction of winnings

Stake Classes: No stake classes in class 4, 7 or 10

Late Entry:                   $5.00

CHAIRPERSON:           Matt Woodrow (905) 722-6545

COMMITTEE:               Dennis Cryderman, Lois Cryderman, Fraser Woodrow, Jim Page, Russell Morton

ADVISORY:                  Darlene Morton

JUDGE:                        John McCaughey

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply. Please try to pre-enter so we can mail you your exhibitor’s pass. All entries received after July 21st, 2017, will NOT receive an exhibitor’s pass. Refer to General Rule # 7. All exhibitors must wear identification cards in the ring.

Judging starts Saturday, August 12th, at 9:00 a.m. SHARP.

CLASSES will be called three times and THREE TIMES ONLY in advance of judging. Be advised not to cross enter classes if you cannot be sure of making the class. Tack changes will be granted, if asked for in advance.

Bridles: Under no circumstances or condition should a bridle be removed from a horse / pony while it is still put to a vehicle.

 

CLASS 4: ROADSTERS

 

PRIZE MONEY (for Class 4, Section 1): $55.00; $50.00; $45.00; $40.00; $35.00

SECTION

1: Team Roadsters. Shown at slow and fast trot.

 

PRIZE MONEY (for Class 4, Sections 2 to 6): $50.00; $45.00; $40.00; $35.00; $30.00

 

SECTION

2: Gentleman’s Turnout Single, Accompanied by Lady. Horse 50%; Harness and Rig 20%; Equipment 15%; Driving 15%.

3. Single Roadster, over 15.2 hands, shown at slow and fast trot.

4: Single Roadster, 15.2 hands and under, shown at slow and fast trot.

5: Lady Driver Competition, Roadsters only.

6: Single Horse hitched to sulky or jogger

 

CLASS 7: OPEN PLEASURE DRIVING, HORSE or PONY

 

The pleasure driving horse may be of any breed, colour or size. An animal measuring over 14.2 hands will be classified as a horse. An animal measuring 14.2 hands and under will be classified as a pony. The Judge and/or Show Committee reserves the right to split any class, in the interest of safety, should the number of entries warrant.

 

PRIZE MONEY (for All Classes): $50.00; $45.00; $40.00; $35.00; $30.00

Pleasure Driving Harness and Vehicle

All entries must be shown in a pleasure vehicle. A pleasure driving vehicle is defined as:

a.     An original or restored antique horse-drawn vehicle used primarily for personal transportation.

b.     A reproduction of an original antique horse-drawn vehicle used primarily for personal transportation.

c.     A new vehicle whose construction is based on a design of an antique horse-drawn vehicle used primarily for personal transportation.

d.     Wire-wheeled vehicles are prohibited. The only exception allowable, at the discretion of the show committee, are for miniature horses using small carts with wire spoke wheels and those antique vehicle types equipped with wheels having long wire spokes and hard rubber tires.

 

CLARIFICATION OF GAITS

The following descriptions constitute standards for performance of each of the required gaits in the various divisions of pleasure driving competition.

WALK:                      A free, regular and unconstrained walk of moderate extension is required. The horses should walk energetically but calmly, with even, determined steps.

SLOW TROT:            This is a slow, balanced trot on a light rein in which horses’ steps are shorter and lighter than in the faster gaits.

WORKING TROT:      This trot is between the slow trot and the strong trot. Horses go forward on a taut, but light rein, freely and straight, while remaining balanced and unconstrained. The steps should be as even as possible with hind feet touching the ground on the prints of the forefeet.

STRONG TROT:        This trot shows a clear but not excessive increase in speed and lengthening of stride, while remaining well balanced. Excessive speed will be penalized. The term used for calling this gait is “Trot On”.

HALT:                       Horses and vehicles should be brought to a complete square stop, without abruptness or veering. At the halt, horses should stand attentive, motionless and straight, the weight evenly distributed over all four legs, and be ready to move off at the slightest indication from the driver.

REIN BACK:              This is a backwards movement in which the front legs are raised and set down simultaneously in diagonal pairs with the hind legs remaining well in line. To be performed in two parts:

• Rein back at least four steps, unhurried, with head flexed and straight, pushing back evenly in a straight line using light contact and quiet aids.

• Move forward willingly to former position using the same quiet aids.

CLASS 7: OPEN PLEASURE DRIVING

 

 

SECTION:

1.     Pleasure Driving Turnout – A pleasure driving class in which entries are judged primarily on the performance and quality of each turnout. Entrants are to be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot (trot on); to stand quietly and to rein back. All entries chosen for a workout are to be worked both ways of the ring at any gait requested by the Judge and may be asked to execute a figure-of-eight. To be judged: 40% on performance, manners and way of going; 30% on the condition, fit and appropriateness of the harness and vehicle; 15% on the neatness and appropriateness of attire; 15% on overall impression.

        Working – A pleasure driving class in which entries are judged primarily on the horse or pony to provide a pleasant drive. Entrants are to be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, slow trot, working trot and strong trot (trot on); to stand quietly, both on the rail and while lined up, and to rein back. All drivers chosen for a workout may be worked both ways of the ring at a gait requested by the Judge and may be asked to execute a figure-of-eight.To be judged: 70% on the performance, manners and way of going of the horse(s) or pony(ies); 20% of the condition of the harness and vehicle; 10% on the neatness of the attire.

2.     Gentleman to Drive, working.

3.     Lady to Drive, working.

4.     Junior to Drive, working.  NOTE: (This class only, Open to all vehicles)  To be shown hitched to a suitable vehicle. To be shown by a boy or girl who has not reached his/her 18th birthday as of January 1st of the current year.

LLOYD SEDORE MEMORIAL TROPHY presented by Show Committee.

 

5:     Pleasure Driving Reinsmanship – A pleasure driving class in which entries are judged primarily on the ability and skill of the driver. Entrants are to be shown at a walk, slow trot and strong trot (trot on). Drivers shall be required to rein back. All drivers chosen for a workout may be worked at a gait requested by the judge, and may be asked to execute a figure-of-eight and perform other appropriate tests. The driver should be seated comfortably on the box so as to be relaxed and effective. Either the one or two-handed method of driving is acceptable. Common to both methods, the elbows and arms should be close to the body with an allowing but steady hand enabling a consistent “feel” with the horse’s mouth. Drivers should not be penalized or regarded for using one general style over another. In order to evaluate a driver’s versatility, the judge may request a test involving driving with one hand. To be judged: 75% on the handling of the reins and whip, control, posture and overall appearance of driver; 25% on the condition of the harness and vehicle and neatness of the attire.

6.     Timed Obstacle – Entrants to be driven and timed over a course of numbered obstacles consisting of cones and balls, or the equivalent.  After passing the starting line, the competitor shall proceed through each obstacle, in order, to the designated Finish Line.  Course faults will be assessed as penalty [five (5) seconds] and added to the driver’s elapsed time.  Placing will be determined on a low total basis.  Ties for first will be decided by a drive-off.

7.            Scurry Obstacle  Entrants to be driven over a course of un-numbered obstacles consisting of cones and balls, or the equivalent.  After passing the start from any direction, competitors shall proceed at a trot through each obstacle from any direction, in any order.  Each obstacle must be driven once.  Upon the completion of the course, the competitor must pass through the finish from any direction, where time will be taken. A five (5) second penalty will be assessed for the disturbance (i.e., dislodging the ball), of any part of any obstacle at any time while on course. Placing will be determined on a low total basis (time plus penalty seconds). In case of a tie for first place, a drive-off will determine the winner.

 

CLASS 10: SPORT PONY

 

SPORT PONY

2016 SPORTPONY STARSEARCH QUALIFIER

Sponsored by Denworth Equine Management, Sherri Whitworth-Denouden & Jeremy Denouden

 

This division is open to any pony meeting the sportpony criteria.  IE: hunter, jumper, driving, eventing, etc. The first place in each of the 6 in hand classes and the qualifying shows are eligible to enter to qualify for the SPORTPONY STARSEARCH CHALLENGE CUP, held at the Royal Winter Fair in November 2017. Both under saddle classes also qualify for each respective class. Ponies MUST measure 14.2 hands or under. Passport and registration are not necessary to participate. General EC rules for sporthorses apply.

 

Adults CAN ride a pony. Stallions may NOT be handled or ridden by children at the Royal Winter Fair, but may be at the qualifying shows discretion.

If the first place pony has already qualified at a previous show in 2017, then the second place pony becomes the qualifier. Once qualified, a pony may still show at any of the qualifying shows. A list of shows and qualified ponies can be viewed at www.royalfair.org

At the Royal, the SPORTPONY STARSEARCH winner will be awarded the perpetual MORTON SPORTPONY CHALLENGE CUP, a silver keeper plate. Our sponsors, DENWORTH EQUINE MANAGEMENT Sherri Whitworth-Denouden and Jeremy Denouden, award each qualifier with a ribbon throughout the year & $1,000.00 in prize money to the Starsearch Champion Class at the 2017 Royal.

For further sportpony info please contact Darlene Morton at info@mortonstables.com

IN HAND CLASSES:

PRIZE MONEY (for Class 10, Section 1 to 6): $16.00; $14.00; $12.00; $10.00; $8.00

SECTION:

 

  1. Foal of current year
  2. Yearling. Colt, filly or gelding
  3. Two year old colt, filly or gelding.

JUNIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE (eligible are 1st and 2nd place from classes 1, 2 and 3)

  1. Mare, 3 years or over
  2. Gelding, 3 years or over
  3. Stallion, 3 years or over

SENIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE (eligible are 1st & 2nd place from classes 4, 5 and 6)

GRAND CHAMPION (eligible are Junior & Reserve champions and Senior & Reserve champions)

Champion ribbon sponsored by Morton Stables

RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION (eligible are Junior & Reserve champions, & Senior & Reserve champions)

SADDLE CLASSES: (Juniors may not show stallions)

PRIZE MONEY (for Class 10, Section 7 to 13): $30.00; $25.00; $20.00; $15.00; $10.00

SECTION:

7.     Hunter suitability under saddle. 3 yrs & over mare, stallion or gelding

8.     Dressage suitability, under saddle. 3 yrs & over mare, stallion or gelding

9.     Equitation under saddle, Hunter/jumper type

10.   Equitation under saddle. Dressage type

 

SPORTPONY DRIVING CLASSES: (Sportpony in harness, shown to a pleasure or marathon vehicle. Judged 50% sportpony type and 50% performance)

11.   Open Pleasure sportpony driving

12.   Open working sportpony driving

13.   Open sportpony reinsmanship driving

 

LIGHT HORSE DRIVING SHOW AND

OPEN GAITED HORSE SHOW SCHEDULE

Saturday, August 12th, 2017

Start time 9am SHARP

 

 

            Class                         Section

10-1                        Sportpony Foal of current year. Colt, filly or gelding

10-2                        Sportpony Yearling, Colt, filly or gelding

10-3                        Sportpony Two year old, colt or filly or gelding

JUNIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE

10-4                        Sportpony Three years & over, mare

10-5                        Sportpony Three years & over, gelding

10-6                        Sportpony Three years & over, stallion

SENIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE

                                                GRAND CHAMPION AND RESERVE

1-1                          Mountain Horse in Hand – Open to any sex

1-8                          Paso Bella Forma – Open

1–19                       Showmanship – Open

10-7                        Sportpony Hunter/jumper type, under saddle. (no jumps)

1-2                          Mountain Horse English Pleasure – Open

10-8                        Sportpony Dressage type, under saddle.

1-9                          Paso Pleasure Horse – Open

4-1                          Team of Roadsters – Slow/Fast Trot

1-3                          Mountain Horse English Pleasure – Novice

7-1                          Pleasure Driving Turnout

1-10                        Paso Pleasure – Novice Horse – Open

10-9                        Sportpony Equitation under saddle. Hunter/jumper

4-4                          Single Roadster under 15.2 hands

1-4                          Mountain Horse English Pleasure CHAMPIONSHIP

7-2                          Working – Gentleman to Drive

10-10                     Sportpony Equitation under saddle. Dressage type.

1-11                        Paso Pleasure – Novice Rider

1-15                        Open Equitation – No Pattern – Gaited horse

7-5                          Pleasure Driving Reinmanship

1-12                        Paso Performance – Open all ages

4-2                          Roadsters – Gentleman’s Turnout – Single

10–11                    Sportpony driving single – Open -pleasure

1-5                          Western Pleasure Horse – Open

7-3                          Working – Ladies’ to Drive

1-20                        Gaited Working Horse – Open – tack optional

4-5                          Roadsters – Lady Drive Competition

1-6                          Novice Western Pleasure Horse

10–12                    Sportpony driving single – working – Open

7-4                          Working Single Driving Class – Open – Junior to Drive

1-13                        Paso Country Pleasure Horse

4-3                          Single Roadster – Over 14.2 hands

1-7                          Western Pleasure CHAMPIONSHIP

10–13                    Sportpony driving single – reinsmanship – Open

1-14                        Paso Pleasure CHAMPIONSHIP

1-18                        Command Class

4-6                          Single Roadster Hitched to a Sulky or Jogger

1-21                        CHALLENGE OF THE BREEDS

7-6                          Timed Obstacle Course

7-7                          Scurry Obstacle Course

1-17                        Trail Class – Open

1-16                        Bare Back Class – Open

CLASS 9: WELSH PONIES

 

Sunday, August 13th, 2017

 

Entry Fee:                    $5.00 per entry, $2.00 per class, plus 15% deduction of winnings

Stake Classes: $10.00 per class (Class 9 – Section 24, 31, 32)

Late Entry:                  $5.00

CHAIRPERSON:           Matt Woodrow (905) 722-6545

COMMITTEE:               Dennis Cryderman, Lois Cryderman, Fraser Woodrow, Russell Morton, Jim Page

ADVISORY:                  Darlene Morton

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply. Please try to pre-enter so we can mail you your exhibitor’s pass. All entries received after July 21st, 2017, will not recieve a gate pass. Refer to General Rule # 7. All exhibitors must wear identification cards in the ring.

Judging starts Sunday, August 13th, at 9:30 a.m. SHARP.    Judge – John McCoughey

CLASSES will be called three times and THREE TIMES ONLY in advance of judging. Requirements for eligibility in class are that the entries must be registered in the Welsh Pony Stud Book, Sections A and B. Proof of registration at time of making entry (or upon request).

BREEDING DIVISION

PRIZE MONEY (for Class 9, Sections 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 34, 35): $16.00; $14.00; $12.00; $10.00; $8.00

SECTION A: Registered in Section A of the Stud Book

1. 2 Years Old and Under, Colt, Filly or Gelding              3. 3 Years Old and Over, Stallion or Gelding

2. 3 Years Old and Over, Mare                                       4. Champion and Reserve Champion, Section A

SECTION B: Registered in Section B of the Stud Book

5. 2 Years Old and Under, Colt, Filly or Gelding              7. 3 Years Old and Over, Stallion or Gelding

6. 3 Years Old and Over, Mare                                       8. Champion and Reserve Champion, Section B

SECTIONS C and D: Welsh Ponies of Cob Type

(Sections C and D Must Be Registered in Sections C and D of the Welsh Stud Book)

9. 2 Years Old and Under, Colt, Filly or Gelding              11. 3 Years Old and Over, Stallion or Gelding

10. 3 Years Old and Over, Mare                                     12. Champion and Reserve Champion, Section C or D

13. Canadian Foaled Bonanza, Open to 2 Years & Under, Canadian Born. Open to Sections A,B,C,D

14. Senior Showmanship, 18 Years and Over as of January 1st, 2017. Open to Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh

 

WELSH CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS QUALIFIER

The C.E.F. Welsh rules for showing are to apply for these Championships.

All ponies and cobs must be registered. The owners or lessees of the said animal must be current members in good standing with the Welsh Pony and Cob Association of Ontario. Foals of the current year must be registerable with proof of registration by the final judging. These championships are open to any registered Welsh Pony or Cob in Canada or the United States of America, provided that they meet the above-mentioned criteria for showing.

 

Champions will be picked from the following categories:

A. 2 Year Old and Under – Colt, Filly or Gelding: Section A, B, C, and D.

B. Yeld Mare/Brood Mare: Section A, B, C, and D.

C. Stallion/Gelding: Section A, B, C, and D.

 

Judging will be done in the following manner:

The 1st Place Foal from Section A, B, C, D; the 1st Place Yearling from Section A, B, C, D; and the 1st Place 2 Year Old from Section A, B, C, D: will be judged together and the winner will be considered the 2 year old and under Champion of that particular show. This winner will be the qualifier that goes forward for the final judging at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in November 2017.

The same criteria will be used for the Yeld Mare/Brood Mare Division and the Stallion/Gelding Division, with the following exceptions for Sections B, C, and D only: Should the Yeld Mare/Brood Mare and/or Stallion Gelding classes be combined at any of the qualifying shows, or should the 2 Year Old and Under class be combined, the 1st and 2nd Place ribbon winners will advance to be judged for the Best Yeld Mare/Brood Mare; Best Stallion/Gelding; or Best 2 Year Old and Under of that show.

Once an animal has qualified for the finals of the WELSH CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS, it is no longer eligible to compete for a berth in the final qualifying class. In the regular line classes, if the pony(s) ahead of you in the placing has previously qualified for the WELSH CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS, you are eligible to move to the qualifying class at that show. Each Champion going forward to the finals at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair will be expected to sign a letter stating that they will be present at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair for the final judging of the WELSH CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS.

JUNIOR DIVISION WELSH

 

RIBBONS ONLY:

All exhibitors ages are based as of January 1st, 2017

 

15.   Junior Showmanship, 10 Years and Under, Sect. A, B, C, D & Half Welsh – Mares and Geldings

16.   Junior Showmanship, 11 to 17 Years, Section A, B, C, D and Half Welsh – Mares and Gelings

17.   Lead Line – Equitation – Riders- 7 years and under as of Jan 1st of the current year. TO WALK ONLY, open to Section A, B, C, D and Half Welsh – Mares and Geldings. Riders in this class are not eligible for any other class other than those ridden on a Lead Line at a walk.

18.   Equitation Child’s Lead Line Pony – Walk /Trot – for Children 10 Years and Under, Section A, B, C, D and Half Welsh – Mares and Geldings

19.   Equitation Child’s Pony – Walk /Trot – for Children 12 Years and Under, Section A, B, C, D and Half Welsh – Mares and Geldings

NOTE: Riders in Sections 17, 18, 19 are not eligible to ride in the Performance Division.

 

Performance Division

PRIZE MONEY (for Sections 20 to 30 and Sections 33, 37): $30.00; $25.00; $20.00; $15.00; $10.00

 

20.   Equitation Under Saddle – Walk/Trot/Canter – Junior to Ride, Section A,B,C,D and Half Welsh – Mares and Geldings

21.   Pleasure Pony Under Saddle – Walk/Trot/Canter – Junior to Ride. Section A & B – Mares or Geldings

22.   Pleasure Pony Under Saddle – Walk/Trot/Canter – Adult to Ride. Section A & B – Mares, Stallions or Geldings.

23.   Pleasure Pony Under Saddle – Walk/Trot/Canter – Junior or Adult to Ride. Section C & D -Mares, Stallions or Geldings. No more than eight to canter at one time.

24.   Pleasure Pony Under Saddle STAKE – Walk/Trot/Canter – Junior or Adult to Ride. Section A,B,C,D. Mares, Stallions or Geldings. No more than eight to canter (Entry Fee $10.00)

25.   Welsh Open Command under Saddle. Junior or Adult to Ride. Section A,B,C,D and Half Welsh. Mares, Stallions or Geldings.

 

Performance Harness

 

26.   Pleasure Driving Pony – Novice – Section A,B,C,D. Mares, Stallions or Geldings. Not to have won more than 3 firsts in Welsh Pleasure Driving Classes.

27.   Pleasure Driving Pony – Section A – Mares

28.   Pleasure Driving Pony – Section B,C,D. – Mares, Stallions or Geldings

29.   Pleasure Driving Pony – Section A – Stallions or Geldings

30.   Pleasure Driving Pony – Junior to Drive – Section A, B, C, D. – Mares, Stallions or Geldings

 

PRIZE MONEY (for Sections 31 and 32): $45.00; $40.00; $35.00; $30.00; $25.00

ENTRY FEE: $10.00

31.   Pleasure Driving Pony Stake – Section A – Mares, Stallions or Geldings. (Entry Fee $10.00)

32.   Pleasure Driving Pony Stake – Section B,C,D. Mares, Stallions or Geldings. (Entry Fee $10.00)

33.   Working Single Driving Open – Section A,B,C,D. Mares, Stallions or Geldings.

 

HALF WELSH – HALF WELSH REGISTERED IN “HALF WELSH” of the WELSH STUD BOOK

 

34.   Half Welsh 2 Year Old and Under – Colt, Filly or Gelding.

35.   Half Welsh 3 Year Old and Under – Stallion, Mare or Gelding.

36.   Champion and Reserve Champion Half Welsh

37.   Half Welsh Under Saddle – Walk/Trot/Canter – Junior or Adult to Ride

 

 

WELSH PONY SHOWING ORDER

Sunday, August 13th, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. SHARP

Pre-Entries by July 21st, 2017

 

 

Class              Section

9-1                          Section A – 2 Years Old and Under Colt, Filly or Gelding

9-2                          Section A – 3 Years and Over Mare

9-3                          Section A – 3 Years and Over Stallion or Gelding

9-4                          Section A – Champion and Reserve Champion Section A

9-5                          Section B – 2 Years Old and Under, Colt, Filly or Gelding

9-6                          Section B – 3 Years Old and Over, Mare

9-7                          Section B – 3 Years Old and Over, Stallion or Gelding

9-8                          Section B – Champion & Reserve

9-9                          Sections C & D – 2 Years Old and Under, Colt, Filly or Gelding

9-10                        Sections C & D – 3 Years Old and Over, Mare

9-11                        Sections C & D – 3 Years Old and Over, Stallion or Gelding

9-12                        Sections C & D – Champion and Reserve Champion

9-34                        Half Welsh 2 Year Old and Under – Colt, Filly or Gelding

9-35                        Half Welsh 3 Year Old and Under – Stallion, Mare or Gelding

9-36                        Half Welsh Champion and Reserve Champion

9-13                        Canadian Foaled Bonanza Open to 2 Years and Under

9-14                        Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh – Senior Showmanship – Over 18 Years of Age

                              Welsh Champion of Champions

9-15                        Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh – Junior Showmanship 10 Years and Under

9-16                        Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh – Junior Showmanship 11 to 17 Years

9-17                        Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh – Equitation Child’s Lead Rein, Walk Only. 7 Yrs & Under

9-18                        Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh – Equitation Child’s Lead Rein Pony, Walk/Trot, 10 Yrs & Under

9-19                        Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh – Equitation Child’s Pony, Walk/Trot, 12 Yrs and Under

9-20                        Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh – Equitation Under Saddle, Walk/Trot/Canter, Junior to Ride. Mare or Gelding

9-21                        Section A & B- Pleasure Pony Under Saddle, Walk/Trot/Canter, Junior to Ride. Mare or Gelding

9-22                        Section A & B, Pleasure Pony Under Saddle, Walk/Trot/Canter, Adult to Ride, Mare, Stallion or Gelding.

9-23                        Sections C & D, Pleasure Pony Under Saddle, Walk/Trot/Canter, Junior or Adult to Ride, Mare, Stallion or Gelding, No more that 8 to canter at one time.

9-24                        Sections A,B,C,D – Under Saddle Stake, Junior or Adult to Ride. Mare, Stallion or Gelding. No more than 8 to canter at one time.

9-37                        Half Welsh Under Saddle – Walk/Trot/Canter – Junior or Adult to Ride

9-25                        Sections A,B,C,D and Half Welsh- Open Command. Junior or Adult to Ride. Mare, Stallion or Gelding. No more than 8 to canter at one time.

9-26                        Sections A,B,C,D – Pleasure Driving Pony, Novice, Mare, Stallion or Gelding.

                              Not to have won more than 3 firsts in a Welsh Pleasure Driving Class.

9-27                        Section A – Pleasure Driving Pony, Mare

9-28                        Sections B,C,D – Pleasure Driving Pony, Mare, Stallion or Gelding

9-29                        Section A – Pleasure Driving Pony, Stallion or Gelding

9-30                        Sections A,B,C,D – Pleasure Driving Pony, Junior to Drive

9-31                        Section A – Pleasure Driving Pony Stake, Mare, Stallion or Gelding

9-32                        Sections B,C,D – Pleasure Driving Pony Stake, Mare, Stallion or Gelding

9-33                        Sections A,B,C,D – Working Single Driving, Mare, Stallion or Gelding

 

LUNCH BREAK TO BE ANNOUNCED

 

CLASS 16: HORSE PULLS

 

Friday, August 11th, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. Sharp!

Presented by: Sutton Fair

For more info: Ryan Woodrow (705) 879-2809

 

Light/Heavy Classes

Event is held on race track (east side)

See you there!

CLASS 17: OPEN HORSE SHOW

 

Saturday, August 12th, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. Sharp!

Presented by: Sutton Fair and Trailblazers Riding Club

For more info: Katie or Chris Vahey (705) 437-2476

Pre enter for passes by July 21st.   Entry forms available online

ENTRY FEE: $5.00 per class

SECTIONS:

 

Senior

 

1. Showmanship

6. Pleasure

9. Equitation

15. Command

22. Scudaho

 

13 & Under

 

3. Showmanship

8. Pleasure

11. Equitation

17. Command

24.Scudaho

 

14-18 yrs

 

2. Showmanship

7. Pleasure

10. Equitation

16. Command

23.Scudaho

 

Beginner

 

12. Walk/Trot Pleasure

13. Walk/Trot Equitation

14. Walk/Trot over Poles

18. Command

21.Walk/Trot Trail

25.Scudaho

28.Apple Bobbing

 

 

Open

 

19. Steady Hands

20. Trail Class

26. Catalogue

27.Apple Bobbing

4. Lead Line

5. Lead Line

Events are held in the dirt ring. See you there!

 

CLASS 18: OPEN JUMPER SHOW

 

Sunday, August 13th, 2017 at 9:00am Sharp!

Entry Booth will be open at 8:00am

 

Presented by: Trailblazers Riding Club

Open to all ages – Beginner, Advanced and Green Horse Classes

Pre enter for passes by July 21st.   Entry forms available online

ENTRY FEE: $10.00 per class

   

SECTIONS:

1.     Green Horse .60m

2.     Green Horse .75m

3..    Green Horse .90m

4.     Open Beginner .60m

5.     Open Beginner .75m

6.     Open Beginner .75m

7.     Open .75m

8.     Open .90m

9.     Open 1m

10.   Open 1.0m Mini Prix entry Fee $25.00

11.   Open Open Gamblers Choice .75m – .90m

12.   Open Horse and Hound .75m

 

 

For more info: Petra Routledge (905) 806-4087 or trailblazersridingclub@yahoo.ca

 

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