Oak Rise Farm, LLC  July 24, 2010 Hunter Show

Medal Classes Affiliated with NHHJA

Judge: Gina Plantz

Course Designer: Gretchen Anderson

Class Schedule -  Show Starts at 8:30am

1.         Leadline Equitation

2.        Leadline Pleasure                                                                                            NO DATES HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED YET FOR JUMPER SHOWS FOR 2011

3.        Walk-Trot Equitation

4.        Walk-Trot Pleasure

5.        Walk-Trot Cross rails Equitation

6.       Novice Equitation on the flat

7.        Low Hunter (18”)

8.        Novice Equitation over fences (18”)

9.       Novice Hunter over fences (18”)

10.      NH Novice Medal (18”)

11.       Modified Jr./Adult Equitation on the flat

12.      Low Hunter (2’3”)

13.      Modified Jr./Adult Hunter  (2’3”)

14.      Modified Jr./Adult Equitation (2’3”)

15.      NH Modified Adult Medal (2’3”)

16.     NH Children’s Medal (2’3”)

17.      NH Pony Medal (2’3”) sm/med (2’6”) large

18.      Special Equitation on the flat

19.     Low Hunter (2’6”)

20.     Special Hunter (2’6”)

21.      Special Equitation (2’6”)

22.     NH Adult Medal (2’9”)

23.     NH Junior Medal (3’)

Leadline:  Open to riders 8 years of age and younger.  Led by a handler and shown at the walk and trot at judge’s discretion.

Walk-Trot:  Open to any age rider.  Classes will be split into sections if entries warrant.  To be shown at the walk and trot. 

Low Hunter: Open to all riders that have not shown over the heights referenced.

Novice Hunter/Equitation:  Open to all rides that have not shown over 18”.  W-T-C on the flat and cantering 18” courses. 

NH Novice Medal: fence heights not to exceed 18”. Junior and adult riders not having shown over 18” must accumulate 12 points to qualify. Riders will be required to perform over a minimum of 8 fences with at least one change of direction. At least three (3) riders must complete the course. Testing is optional and is at the discretion of the judge. USEF Tests 1-18. Note: When rider wins medal class at year-end finals, he/she is no longer eligible to compete in the class again. Rider must move up to NH Children’s Medal or NH2’3”Modifed Amateur Adult Medal depending upon rider’s age during competition year.

 

Modified Hunter/Equitation:  Open to all riders that have not shown over 2’6”.  Jumps 2’3”. 

NH 2’3” Modified Amateur Adult Medal: fence heights not to exceed 2’3”. Amateur riders 18 years of age and older who haven’t shown over 2’6” at a recognized show must accumulate 12 points to qualify. Riders will be required to perform over a minimum of 8 fences with at least one change of direction. At least three (3) riders must complete the course. Testing is optional and is at the discretion of the judge. USEF Tests 1-18. Note: When rider wins medal class at year-end finals two (2) years consecutively, the rider must move up to the NH Adult Medal class.

 

NH Children’s Medal: fence heights not to exceed 2’3”. Junior riders who haven’t shown over 2’6” at a recognized show must accumulate 12 points to qualify. Riders will be required to perform over a minimum of 8 fences with at least one change of direction. At least three (3) riders must complete the course. Testing is optional and is at the discretion of the judge. USEF Tests 1-18. Note: When rider wins medal class at year-end finals two (2) years consecutively, the rider must move up to the NH Junior Medal class.

 

NH Pony Medal:  fences not to exceed 2’3” for small & medium ponies and 2’6” for large

ponies. Junior pony riders must accumulate 12 points in order to qualify. Riders will be required to perform over a minimum of 8 fences with at least one change of direction. At least three (3) riders must complete the course. Testing is optional and is at the discretion of the judge. USEF Tests 1-8. Note: When rider wins medal class at year-end finals, the rider is no longer eligible to compete in the class again and must move up to the NH Junior Medal.

 

Special Hunter/Equitation:  Open to all riders that have not shown over 3’.  Jumps 2’6”. 

NH Adult Medal: fences not to exceed 2’9”. Amateur riders 18 years of age and older must accumulate 12 points in order to qualify. Riders will be required to perform over a minimum of 8 fences with at least one change of direction. At least three (3) riders must complete the course. Testing is optional and is at the discretion of the judge. USEF Tests 1-18. Note: When rider wins medal class at year-end finals, he/she must skip one (1) year of competing in the class at the finals, but may return to compete in the class the following year.

 

NH Junior Medal: fences not to exceed 3’. Junior riders must accumulate 12 points in order to qualify. Riders will be required to perform over a minimum of 8 fences with at least one change of direction. At least three (3) riders must complete the course. Testing is optional and is at the discretion of the judge. USEF Tests 1-18. Note: When rider wins medal class at year-end finals, the rider no longer eligible to compete in the class and must move up to the NH Adult Medal.

 

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