BLF WNE-PHA Show Entry Form August 5, 2018
“Warning: Under Massachusetts law, an equine professional is not liable for injury to, or the death of, a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to section 2D of chapter 128 of the General Laws.”

One entry must be completed per horse/rider combination.

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Choose Classes
Please note: You must be a PHA member to enter the WNEPHA Medal Classes.
Classes 1-7 Held in Indoor Ring with Beginner Judge
Classes 8-48 (Judge Doug Raucher, 'r') In Outdoor Ring with 2 Scheduled Schooling Breaks
SHORT OR LONG STIRRUP?
Agreement and Release
Every entry shall constitute an agreement and affirmation that the person making it, along with the owner, lessee, trainer, manager, agent, coach, driver, rider, and the horse: (1) shall be subject to the rules of the WNE_PHA and the local rules of the show; (2) that every horse, rider, and/or driver is eligible as entered;(3) that the owner and any of his representatives are bound by the Rules of the WNE-PHA, and the show will accept as final the decision of the hearing committee on any question arising under said rules and agree to hold the show, the WNE-PHA, their officials, directors and employees harmless for any action taken; (4) that the owner, rider, driver and any of their agents or representatives agree to hold the WNE-PHA, the show, and their officials, directors, employees and agents harmless for any injury or loss suffered during or in connection with the show, whether or not such injury or loss resulted, directly or indirectly, from the negligent acts or omissions of said officials, directors, employees or agents of the WNE-PHA, or show. Management reserves the right to decline or refuse any entry without being liable for compensation, and eliminate from further competition any exhibitor or horse should the best interest of the show be served.

"Under Massachusetts Law, an equine professional is not liable for any injury to, or the death of, a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to Section 2D Chapter 128 of the General Laws."

Submitting this form indicates that I have read and understood and accept this agreement which shall take effect as a sealed instrument.

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SHOW RULES AND REGULATIONS
SHOW RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Please NO Dogs on the show grounds.
2. Division entry fees will not be refunded after the start of the first class in the division. All scratches must be made directly with the Show Secretary.
3. Each exhibitor, trainer and owner/agent must fill out and sign an official entry blank before numbers will be issued.
4. Management reserves the right to charge double the entry fee to anyone showing in a class they have not entered prior to the start of the class.
5. Numbers will not be released without a signed entry and open check/valid credit card information.
6. A processing fee of $25.00 will be charged on all checks returned by the bank for any reason.
7. All riders must wear protective headgear while riding anywhere on the show grounds.
8. All entries will be accepted with the understanding that the management will not be responsible for any accident, which may occur to any rider, driver, groom, attendants or equipment at the show.
9. The management reserves the right to decline any entry and return the entry fee without being liable for compensation.
10. The Show Committee reserves the right to cancel/combine any event that has less than 3 entries.
11. The Officials listed have agreed to officiate. The Show Committee reserves the right to vary these names if unforeseen circumstances require it.
12. All horses must have proof of a negative coggins test.
13. Every class offered herein is covered by the rules and specifications in the current WNE-PHA, NEHC and MHC rule books and will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith USEF rules.
14. The Office/Schooling Fee of $25 will be discounted to $15 for each fully completed entry form for a horse/rider combination submitted online by 7:00 pm the Friday night prior to the horse show.
15. Show Point values are as follows: 1st=7 pts, 2nd= 5 pts, 3rd=4pts, 4th= 3pts, 5th=2 pts, 6th=1pt.
16. Beginners will be judged separately. Should there be time conflicts with the main ring, the beginner ring will hold the class.
17. No Over Fences Schooling in outdoor ring Prior to Jumper Divisions. Warm up jumps will be in the indoor ring.

ENTRY FEES
Office & Schooling Fee $25.00 per horse/rider combination
WNE-PHA Fee $ 2.00 all entries

Classes - $20 each (exceptions below)
WNE-PHA MEDAL Classes - $25 each
Leadline - $15.00 per rider

If entries are received prior to 7PM Friday, August 3, 2018 Office/Schooling Fee discounted to $15 – Please remind secretary when paying.

Class Descriptions
Walk-Trot Division (Indoor Ring)
Open to riders 12 years of age and under who have never shown at the canter. Child may not compete in any other class or division.

Beginner Equitation Division (Indoor Ring)
Open to riders not ready for short or long stirrup. No child may compete in any class requiring entries to jump a course. Classes may be divided for canter or require individual canter at the judge’s discretion. Horsemanship may include a horsemanship question by judge and will recognize the rider’s ability to appropriately handle her/his horse. Pattern class in division includes a ground pole course, trotting not to be penalized.

Leadline Division (Indoor Ring)
Open to riders 10 years of age and under who may not have competed in any other class at any recognized show, except for leadline. Adult (over age 18) required to lead entry.

Short Stirrup Equitation (18")
Open to riders 12 years of age or under. Not to compete in any other Equitation class at any show and has not competed in a jumping class over 18” in height.

Long Stirrup Equitation (18")
Open to riders 13 years of age and over. Not to compete in any other Equitation class at any show and has not competed in a jumping class over 18" in height.

Pre Children's/Adult Division 2'
Open to riders who have never competed Over Fences exceeding 2’3 in a recognized show, except riders may show in equitation classes where fence height does not exceed 2’6”. No combinations. Simple changes will not be penalized.

Baby Green Hunter
Open to any horse in their first or second year of showing who has never shown higher than 2'6" in said 1st or 2nd year. Horses that enter this division at a given show may not enter any other class at that show in which fence heights exceed 2'6". No rider restrictions. Trotting in corners will not be penalized.

Novice Hunter
Open to any rider who is eligible for novice adult or novice junior equitation as of December 1 of the current show year. Novice Hunter Riders may not enter any other class at the show in which fence height exceeds 2'6". The course will not include any combinations. Fences not to exceed 2'0". To be judged on manners, performance, suitability and soundness.

Pleasure Division
May include Open Pleasure, Road Hack, Bridle Path Hack, Hunter Pleasure. Classes must be open to all horses and ponies. To be shown on the flat only at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. Judged on manners, performance, suitability and soundness. Shall be judged on manners, performance and quality, in that order. Loose rein on command of judge only, but without loss of contact.

Low Hunter
Open to ALL horse/rider combinations. Fence height not to exceed 2'6". To be judged on manners, performance, suitability and soundness.

Junior/Amateur Hunter
Horse/rider combinations that enter this division at a given show may not enter any other class at the show in which fence height exceeds 2'6". To be judged on manners, performance, suitability and soundness.

Children's Equitation 2'6"
Open to exhibitors who are eligible for Children’s Hunter Division and who have not shown over a course where fences exceed 3’. Fences for small/medium ponies - 2’, fences for large ponies and horses - 2’6”. (PHA) Open to junior riders who have never competed Over Fences exceeding 2’6 in a recognized show, except riders may show in equitation classes where fence height does not exceed 2’9”. Riders may show horses or ponies. To be shown over a course of fences at a height of 2’6 with at least one change of direction. No combinations.

Adult Equitation
Open to amateur riders 18 years of age and over. Fences not to exceed 2'9".
 (PHA)

Modified Junior Equitation
Open to junior riders who have never competed Over Fences exceeding 3’ in a recognized show. Riders may show horses or ponies. To be shown over a course of fences at a height of 2’9. Combinations are optional.

Junior Equitation (WNE-PHA) 3'
Open to all junior riders who are not eligible for Pre Children’s or Children’s Equitation. Riders may show horses or ponies. To be shown over a course of fences at a height of 3’ with at least 6 fences and one change of direction. Combinations are optional.

JUMPER DIVISIONS
Elementary Jumper 2'6”: Open to all horses and ponies. Shown over a course of at least 8 jumps to 2’6”, spreads not to exceed fence height.

Schooling Jumper 2'9” to 3’: Open to all horses and ponies. Shown over a course of at least 8 jumps to 3’, spreads not to exceed fence height.

Low Jumper 3'3” to 3’6”: Open to all horses and ponies. Shown over a course of at least 8 jumps to 3’6”, spreads not to exceed fence height.

RULES FROM USHJA/USEF – From “USJA Jumper Rules Page 946 and 947 (page 32 of 43 of PDF)”
Table II Section 1
“Time First Round (Table II, Sec. 1)- The first round is decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. Horses with clean rounds or equal faults are classified according to their time taken to complete the course. (Note: it is recommended that Table II Sec. 1 be conducted over a Table II course rather than a Table III course.)”

Table II Section 2b
“Table II, Sec. 2(b) – The first round and first jump-off, if any, are decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed. If a competitor has gone clean in the first round, the competitor will, without leaving the ring, upon an audible signal, commence the designated jump-off course. A competitor with a clear round may dismount, and with assistance if necessary, adjust tack and/or equipment; however, upon the audible signal to begin his/her round, the competitor is responsible to adhering to the 45 seconds rule as per JP136.3. A competitor who leaves the arena after a clear round (before or after the tone) will be considered to have retired from the jump-off. If there are no clean rounds and a tie exists for first place, there will be one jump-off in which time will decide in the event of equality of faults. It is recommended that no more than 10 numbered obstacles be included in the first round when the class is scored under this table.”

Table II Section 2c
“Two Phase Competitions – The first phase to consist of 8 to 10 jumping efforts and the second phase (immediate jump-off) of 5 to 7 jumping efforts. Scores are decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and any penalties for exceeding the Time Allowed if any. If a competitor has gone clean in the first round, he will, upon crossing the finish line, commence the designated jump-off course. Time starts as the horse crosses the finish line for the initial course. If there are no clean rounds and a tie exists for first place, there will be one jump-off, in which time will decide in the even of equality of faults. The use of a Time Allowed is optional in the first round. The Time Allowed in the first round may be taken by electronic or manual means.”

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