Schooling Show Series

2019 Schooling Show Series to benefit Reindancer Therapeutic Riding Center 501(c)3 Dates:

March 31st 2019: Western
April 28th 2019: English
May 19th 2019: Western
June 30th 2019: English
July 28th 2019: Western
August 18th 2019: English
September 22nd 2019: Western
October 27th 2019: English

Awards Banquet to be held in early December. Date and time to be determined.

Western Schooling Show classes

Class List
Western Schooling Show

Academy – 8:15AM Start
Academy Division
Open to adults and children who participate in a PATH therapeutic riding academy. Division can be divided if needed.

1) Leadline Walk Only
2)Leadline Walk/Jog
3)Off Lead Walk Jr
4)Off Lead Walk Sr
5)Trail Task Jr
6)Trail Task Sr

Showmanship and Western
To start as soon as Academy classes are over

Open Showmanship and Grooming
Designed to judge the showmanship skills of the exhibitors. Judges evaluate the grooming and fitting of the horse, and expertise of the exhibitor in presenting the horse. Each exhibitor is required to perform a pattern designed by the show staff with emphasis on preciseness of pattern and degree of confidence exhibited by the showman.

7) Open Showmanship and Grooming

Leadline Division
Open to riders 10 and under.

8) Leadline Walk
9) Leadline Walk/Jog
10) Leadline off lead *May be asked to perform simple task

Beginner Rider Division
Open to beginner riders 13 and under. May NOT cross enter into Junior Western.

11) Western Walk/Jog Pleasure
12) Western Walk/Jog Equitation
13) Western Horsemanship *Rider will be required to perform a set pattern, which will be judged on accuracy and consistency at the jog.

Junior Western Division
Open to all riders 17 and under.

14) Western Walk/Jog Pleasure
15) Western Walk/Jog Equitation
16) Western Walk/Jog/Lope Ranch Riding
17) Trail Class

Senior Western Division
Open to all riders 18 and older.

18) Western Walk/Jog Pleasure
19) Western Walk/Jog Equitation
20) Western Walk/Jog/Lope Ranch Riding
21) Trail Class

Gymkana Classes
Open to all riders. Classes may be divided if needed

22) Command Class
23) Ride a Buck
24) Egg and Spoon
25) Bareback

Western Dressage
Open to all riders. Riders have choice of picking their pattern from Intro Level Test 1-4 from the Western Dressage Association website. https://westerndressageassociation.org/wdaa-tests/ Please sign up to be assigned your ride times and select your pattern. Western Dressage will start directly after the Gymkana Division.

26) Western Dressage

English Schooling Show Class List

Class List
English Schooling Show

*All equitation classes: Judged on overall correctness of rider including hands, seat, leg, as well as the horse and rider combination.
*All Pleasure Classes: Judged on the overall performance of horse and rider. Horses are evaluated on quality of movement while staying quiet and calm, traveling on correct rein contact.

Academy – 8:15AM Start
Academy Division
Open to adults and children who participate in a PATH therapeutic riding academy. Division can be divided if needed.

1) Leadline Walk Only
2)Leadline Walk/Trot
3)Off Lead Walk Jr
4)Off Lead Walk Sr
5)Trail Task Jr
6)Trail Task Sr

English Classes
Leadline Division
Open to riders 10 and under.

7) Leadline Walk
8) Leadline Walk/Trot
9) Leadline off lead *May be asked to perform simple task

Mini Stirrup Division
Open to riders 11 and under. Rider may NOT cross enter into Short Stirrup.

10) Mini Stirrup Walk/Trot Equitation
11) Mini Stirrup Walk/Trot Pleasure
12) Mini Stirrup Pattern *Simple pattern to be performed

Short Stirrup Division
Open to riders 13 and under. Riders may NOT cross enter into Mini Stirrup.

13) Short Stirrup Walk/Trot/Canter Equitation
14) Short Stirrup Walk/Trot/Canter Pleasure
15) Short Stirrup Hunter Hack *Riders to trot or canter a
course of two jumps and halt.

Junior English Flat Division
Open to all riders 17 or under.

16) Walk/Trot Equitation
17) Walk/Trot Pleasure
18) Walk/Trot Pattern
19) Walk Trot/Canter Equitation

Senior English Flat Division
Open to all riders 18 or older.

20) Walk/Trot Equitation
21) Walk/Trot Pleasure
22) Walk/Trot/Canter Equitation
23) Walk/Trot/Canter Pleasure

Low Scoring Hunter Division
Open to all horse and rider combinations. Fences not to exceed 2’

24) Schooling Hunter over fences
25) Schooling Hunter over fences
26) Schooling Hunter under saddle

Low Scoring Hunter Division
Open to all horse and rider combinations. Fences not to exceed 2’3”

27) Schooling Hunter over fences
28) Schooling Hunter over fences
29) Schooling Hunter under saddle

Cross Rail Hunter Division
Open to all horse and rider combinations. Cross Rails not to exceed 18”, to be shown at trot or canter.

30) Cross Rail Hunter over Fences
31) Cross Rail Hunter Over Fences
32) Cross Rail Hunter Under Saddle

Fun Classes
Open to all riders

33) Command Class
34) Ride a Buck
35) Egg and Spoon
36) Bareback

Dressage
Open to all riders. Rides have choice of picking their pattern from Introductory Test A, B, or C from the USDF website. https://www.usdf.org/downloads/forms/index.asp?TypePass=Tests Please sign up to be assigned your ride times and select your pattern. Dressage will start directly after the Fun Classes.

37) Dressage

Show Rules

• All Youth – 18 and under exhibitors are required to wear protective head gear while mounted. This is a facility rule. Any rider violating this rule at any time must immediately be prohibited from further riding until his/her headgear is properly in place.
• NO refunds on scratched classes.
• Therapeutic $10.00 per class. Open $15.00 per class
• Show attire not necessary. Collared shirts and boots required.
• Stallions are prohibited
• Any unruly or unsound (lame) horse may be asked to leave the ring at the judges OR show management discretion.
• A current negative Coggins must be presented at time of registration (no older than 12 months)
• Sick animals will be sent home immediately. Animals with a cough, temperature, or otherwise showing signs of illness should not be taken to the show.
• This is a schooling show and is open to horses/ponies of all breeds.
• The judge’s decision will be final in all classes.
• No alcoholic beverages will be allowed on the show grounds.
• All complaints must go through the show management.
• Classes with less than three entries may be canceled or combined.
• Classes are pinned 1st-6th with Grand and Reserve for each division.
• Grand and Reserve Championship will be given in each division. Championships will be determined by points as follows: 1st place 7 points, 2nd place 5 points, 3rd place 4 points, 4th place 3 points, 5th place 2 points, and 6th place 1 point.
• Martingales are not permitted in under saddle classes.
• Schooling during show is permitted during announced schooling breaks or when a ring is not being used.
• Laurita Equestrian Center, Reindancer Therapeutic Riding Center, employees and volunteers will not be responsible for damage, injury, or loss to any person, animal, or property of exhibitors or spectators. It shall be a condition of entrance to the grounds that this is agreed.
• Please, no dogs on the property during the shows.