Class List

HELMETS MUST BE WORN BY ALL RIDERS AT ALL TIMES WHILE MOUNTED

USEF RULES GENERALLY APPLY; EXCEPTIONS AT JUDGE’S/MANAGEMENT’S DISCRETION

Management reserves the right to combine or cancel classes with less than 3 entries.

Office opens at 7:30am. Morning classes start at 8:30am – Hunters first in April and August, Jumpers first in June. Afternoon Classes will start no earlier than 1pm.

Hunter warm-up (fences @ 2’) will run after the Beginner Hunter division - 2 minutes per rider.

 

All horses and riders must be pre-entered by the Thursday before the show (entry received, not postmarked).

 

Once you are pre-entered, you may enter additional classes on the day of the show.

 

Stabling must be reserved on your entry (NOT with the facility) - Day stalls $25, Overnight stalls $35

 

Hunter Division- 1 flat class and 2 jumping classes. $12/class or $30/division

 

Lead-line class- $5

 

Pre-Beginner- Ground rails (Riders may trot or canter)

H1. Pre-beginner under saddle (Walk-trot only)

H2. Pre-beginner over fences

H3. Pre-beginner over fences

 

13 yo & Under Hunter Hack(Under saddle class + line of 2 cross rails. No cross entering Beginner Hunter) $12    NEW

 

Beginner Hunter- 18” Cross rails

H4. Beginner Hunter under saddle

H5. Beginner Hunter over fences

H6. Beginner Hunter over fences

 

Warm-up Class – Fences set at 2’ - $5

 

Novice Hunter- Fences 2’0”-2’3”

H7. Novice hunter under saddle

H8. Novice hunter over fences

H9. Novice hunter over fences

 

Low Hunter - Fences 2'3"-2'6"

H10. Low Hunter under saddle

H11. Low hunter over fences

H12. Low hunter over fences

 

Working Hunter-2'6"-2'9"

H13. Working hunter under saddle

H14. Working hunter over fences

H15. Working hunter over fences

 

Jumper Division- Jumper classes are $12/class or $30/division

 

Tables:

Table IV Section 1– The first round is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. In the case of equality of faults, ties will be broken on the following basis: an “Optimum Time” (defines as 4 seconds less than the Time Allowed for the course) will be posted on the course plan; the horse with the time on course closest to this Optimum Time (over or under) will prevail in the tie, next closest nest, etc.

 

Table IV Section 2a—The first round and first jump-off are decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. In case of equality of faults, ties will be broken on the following basis: an “Optimum Time” (defined as 4 seconds less than the Time Allowed for the course) for the Jump Off round will be posted on the course plan; the horse with the time on course closest to this Optimum Time (over or under) will prevail in the tie, next closest next, etc.

 

Table II, Section 2b- First round and jump-off scored as above. If the rider has a clear first round, they will ride the jump-off course before leaving the ring. Horses with clean rounds, or equal faults, after the jump-off round are placed according to their time taken to complete the jump-off.

 

Puddle Jumper - Fences 2’

J1. Puddle Jumper (Table IV, Section 1)

J2. Puddle Jumper (Table IV, Section 1)

J3. Puddle Jumper (Table IV, Section 2a)

 

Beginner Jumper: Fences 2’3”-2’6”

J4. Beginner Jumper (Table IV, Section 1)

J5. Beginner Jumper (Table II, Section 2b)

J6. Beginner Jumper (Table II, Section 2b)

 

Schooling Jumper: Fences 2'9"-3'0"

J7. Schooling Jumper (Table IV, Section 1)

J8. Schooling Jumper (Table II, Section 2b)

J9. Schooling Jumper (Table II, Section 2b)

 

IF TIME PERMITS and there is sufficient interest, we will offer a higher jumper class (3'3"-3'6" Table II, Section 2b)

Lorraine Heath & 

Nina Olson

clearroundhja@gmail.com

509-847-5077

 

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12010 W Orchard Terrace,

Cheney, WA, 99004

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