**Revised as of 4/10/15**
UNIFORM RULES FOR 4-H HORSE SHOWS------------------------------------------------------- 2
ELIGIBILITY----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
ENROLLMENT--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3
PROJECTS--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
GENERAL INFORMATION/SHOWING AT FAIR-------------------------------------------------- 4
SPECIALTY CLASSES AT FAIR----------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
BARN AND STALL INFORMATION------------------------------------------------------------------ 9
SADDLE HORSE PROJECT AND TACK JUDGING------------------------------------------------ 9
THE WALK/TROT DIVISION---------------------------------------------------------------------------11
HELMET INFORMATION------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12
GUIDELINE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT PAGE------------------------------------------------------- 13
ADVISOR SECTION ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
ADDITONAL PATTERNS OR MATERIAL --------------------------------------------------------- 18
*Please Note- The Judge’s decision is final when it comes to placing a class, judging a class,
and acceptable tack and equipment, but if there is a specific or special county rule, the
county rule supersedes the judge’s decision.
Uniform Rules for 4-H Horse Shows
By the Ohio State University Extension
The Ohio State University Lake County Faculty and Extension Office staff reserves the
final and absolute right to settle and determine all matters, questions, or differences in regard
thereto. It further reserves the right to determine unforeseen matters not covered by these rules
as in its judgment it deems necessary. Please also see the “Uniform Rules for 4-H Horse Shows”
published by the Ohio State University Extension. This is available through the Extension
Lake County 4-H Saddle Horse Fair Guidelines
1. Lake County 4-H is open to all youth on a non-discriminatory basis without regard to
race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, and handicap or
Vietnam era veteran status.
2. Traditional youth membership is open to all youth who are eight years old or in third
grade and has not reached their nineteenth birthday as of January 1st of the current year.
3. Cloverbud 4-H youth membership is open to all youth age five or in kindergarten through
age seven or through second grade. They do not qualify for any 4-H classes during fair.
4. To be eligible to participate in the 4-H activities as part of Junior Fair activities at the
Fair, a boy or girl must be a current youth member of Lake County 4-H. All entries and
items on exhibit must be a part of the exhibitor’s current project. Individual clubs may
have additional criteria.
5. 4-H’ers must complete Project Judging in order to participate in Fair, with no exceptions.
Project books must be turned in to the youth’s advisor by the pre-fair meeting. If you do
not complete project judging and have won an award in a class or show, the award will be
forfeited. In addition, each youth must meet at least one of the following criteria:
 Youth must show in at least 1 class at any open horse show (horse shown does not
have to be the youth’s registered project horse)
 Youth must attend at least 1 approved horse clinic (Saddle Horse will determine if
the clinic is approved)
 Youth must participate in a Saddle Horse approved Skill-a-thon (if available)
1. All saddle horse clubs must re-enroll each year by January 1st.
2. Current youth member enrollments are due April 15th via the Ohio State website. After
April 15th, no new youth members will be accepted until after the Lake County Fair in
August without special permission from the Extension Office
3. Signed “4-H Saddle Horse Fair Guidelines” Acknowledgement and Agreement must be
turned in to the advisor prior to the June Saddle Horse Meeting.
4. Transfers from one club to another during the year may be made only with the permission
and signed agreement of parents and both advisors concerned. Transfers must be
completed and returned to the Extension office by April 15.
5. Youth members will be assigned a 4-H number, which will be used as long as the youth
stays with one club.
6. Participants must be designated as Walk/ Trot, Novice, Advanced, or Cloverbud by their
advisor on the enrollment form. Youth members may not cross-enter their designated
division. If a participant has a horseless horse project or mini horse as their project in
previous years and then chooses a riding horse as their project, the years that the exhibitor
showed their mini project will not count towards their years in a riding division.
Example: A participant shows a mini horse for 3 years, then switches to a riding horse
their 4th year. The participant is eligible to exhibit in the walk trot division for 3 years.
1. Horse project cards must be turned into the Extension office by the Saddle Horse
Committee meeting of June, current year.
2. All horses used as projects must be owned or leased and cared for by the youth member.
Lease papers must be on file at the Extension office by the Saddle Horse Committee
meeting of June, current year.
3. Youth members may share a horse project, with the approval of their advisor. A youth
member sharing a project not owned by their family must also have a signed lease
agreement on file at the Extension office by the Saddle Horse Committee meeting of
June, current year.
4. There will be no change of horse projects after the Saddle Horse Committee meeting of
June, current year, except:
a. Incapacitating injury or illness whereby animal cannot be judged. A veterinarian
report is required.
b. Death of project animal. Proof of death is required.
c. Leased animal; if owner reclaims possession of animal, Extension office must be
It will be the responsibility of youth members to provide this information to change their
project. To change any project prior to fair, the parent must submit a written request with
a veterinarian report to the club advisor, or letter from lessor advising reclaiming of
animal. Advisors will submit request to the Extension office.
5. Any replacement animal after enrollment is not eligible to compete for State Fair.
6. Advanced division riders may elect to carry two separate horse projects, with approval of
the club advisor. The 4-H youth member must declare which animal will be used for
state fair with horse enrollment by the Saddle Horse Committee meeting of June, current
year. Based on the availability of stalls, advanced riders may bring their second project
horse to stall at the fair, with approval of the club advisor. If stalls are limited, then the
advanced rider may only bring one project horse to the fair.
7. Advanced youth members are allowed to share their 2nd project horse and have it stalled
at the fair as long as the second rider participates in 4-H saddle horse classes at the fair.
General Information/ Showing at Fair
1. Exhibitors, their families, and/or their associates are expected to exhibit courteous and
orderly conduct at all times. Harassment, profanity, un-sportsmanship like conduct, drugs,
and/or alcohol will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal of the youth, the youth’s
wrist band, and the forfeiture of any premiums earned at any Lake County 4-H show or
event. This decision will be made by a 4-H Extension Office Staff member and the
disciplinary action shall remain in place for one calendar year in which the infraction took
place. Good Sportsmanship should also include**:
 Maintain safe spacing between horses in show ring.
 Tie a red ribbon in the tail of a horse that kicks to warn others
 Carefully and courteously follow the instructions of the judge, ringmaster, and/or
show steward.
 Be courteous and respect the rights of other exhibitors
 Be a good sport- Win without bragging and lose without complaining!
** REFER TO CODE OF CONDUCT for more details
2. If you stall your horse on the Lake County Fairgrounds during fair week, you are considered
a 4-H Saddle Horse exhibit and must abide by the Fair Board’s rules.
3. Stallions may only be shown at 4-H shows during the calendar year in which they were born.
4. Walk your horse to and from the ring or exercise area. No trotting or cantering outside of the
ring or exercise area. No cantering by a walk/trot rider will be permitted anywhere on the
5. Judges that are contracted for shows must live outside of a 30-mile area of the Lake County
Fairgrounds with the exception of Gymkhana. The advanced division must have a judge for
6. Patterns must be posted thirty (30) minutes prior to the start of the class.
7. It is the responsibility of each club holding a show to select a show steward and announce the
show steward’s name prior to the start of the show. Each steward selected must be aware
of their responsibilities and the 4-H rules. If you have any questions concerning any class,
please check with show steward and ask questions before entering the class.
8. There will be ten (10) places awarded in all 4-H classes. Tie Breakers will be determined by
the amount of 1st places, then 2nd places, etc for all classes (except for Versatility).
9. Classes will be split if the entries exceed twenty (20) participants for the advanced division
and sixteen (16) entries for the Novice division.
10. It is required to wear boots when handling horses at all times.
11. No riding double unless required in a class.
12. No riding bareback or without a bridle unless required in a class.
13. It is required that all youth wear protective headgear while riding a horse. All youth age 19
and under, participating in any 4-H equestrian activity, is required to wear properly fitted
protective headgear which meets or exceeds current ASTM/SEI(American Society for
Testing and Materials/Safety Equipment Institute) standards with the chin harness securely
fastened at all times while riding or driving an equine. Helmets are NOT required for Halter,
Showmanship classes or Trail in Hand, but ARE required for Mini in hand classes, free style
reining, etc.
14. Forbidden substances or methods are not permissible. The administration of any drug
affecting the central nervous system (stimulant/ depressant) to a horse shown in any 4-H
class is strictly prohibited. The Saddle Horse Committee has the right to drug test any
project horse at any time during the duration of the fair. If the project horse tests positive for
any forbidden substances, the exhibitor will forfeit any premiums earned at any Lake County
4-H show or event AND will be fined for the costs of the drug testing.
15. For Free Ride Time: The Dunsalin ring is for Walk/ Trot riders only and the Plaisted ring is
for Novice and Advanced youth members only.
16. Unusual circumstances or Emergencies MUST be presented to a Saddle Horse 4-H Advisor.
17. There will be no turnout in any arena during fair.
18. Safety should be demonstrated at all times while working with horses. No standing on horses,
sitting cross legged, etc. at any time!
19. Hunt Seat Showmanship may use a bridle (as specified in the State Rule Book) OR a Leather
halter and lead (with or without a chain). Leather Halters are not permissible for PAS tryouts.
Specialty Classes at Fair
The following classes are not covered in the 4-H rule book. They will be judged by the
following guidelines:
English Road Hack:
 Advanced- To be shown at a walk, trot, extended trot, canter, and controlled handgallop both ways of the ring. No more than 8 horses to Gallop at one time. Excessive
speed will be penalized. Horses should stop readily, back readily, and stand quietly.
Novice- To be shown at the walk, trot, extended trot and canter both ways of the ring.
No hand gallop allowed. Horses should stop readily, back readily, and stand quietly.
Wide Awake Western Pleasure:
 Advanced- To be shown at a walk, jog, extended jog, lope, and controlled handgallop both ways of the ring. No more than 8 horses to Gallop at one time. Excessive
speed will be penalized. Horses should stop readily, back readily, and stand quietly.
Novice- To be shown at the walk, jog, extended jog, and lope both ways of the ring.
No hand gallop allowed. Horses should stop readily, back readily, and stand quietly.
Discipline Rail:
 This class is to be judged on the ability of the highly trained horse or pony, with
emphasis on performance and way of going, manners, appointments, equipment,
neatness and conformation. Proper attire must be worn. Judge shall work the class
adequately but must not overwork the entries. Final judging shall be on the basis of
the best overall disciplined rail performance. This is not a game or a “fault and out”
class and shall not be judged on an elimination bases. The class routine shall be to
perform on the rail, and may include but is not limited to:
o A walk, trot or jog, slow lope or controlled canter, hand gallop, flying lead
change each way of the ring, transitions, traveling on the counter lead at the
lope or canter, side pass each direction, turn on the forehand, turn on the hind,
halt and stand quietly.
Open Flag Race:
1. All general Ohio State Gymkhana rules will apply to this class. In addition, the following
Lake County rules will apply:
a. Rider must always maintain forward motion throughout the pattern. Circles are
considered off pattern and will result in a disqualification.
b. Rubber or plastic containers without handles (approximately 12 inches in
diameter and 14 inches high) will sit on the two front barrels. These containers
will be filled with sand to within three inches of their top.
c. The flag used is to be made as follows- a wooden dowel that is 3/4” to 1” in
diameter and 13” to 16” in length. The dowel must be blunt at one end and
tapered at the other. A 6” x 6” cloth flag is to be attached to the blunt end.
d. Show management must place the tapered end of the flag consistently 3” deep in
the center of the container on the first barrel.
e. The rider must pick the flag up at the first barrel, proceed to around the second
barrel, stick the flag in the container on the third barrel, and then proceed across
the finish line.
f. Failure to stick the flag in the top of the container or dropping the flag after
rounding the second barrel will result in a 10 second penalty.
*Disqualifications are as follows for Open Flag Race
 All as per Ohio State rules. It is at the judge’s discretion to call a disqualification.
 Knocking over any barrel or container, or failing to stay on course
 Failure to pick up the flag at the 1st barrel or dropping it before the 2nd barrel
 Striking the horse with the flag
 Failure to pass to the outside of the center barrel
Hit the Can:
1. All general Ohio State Gymkhana rules will apply to this class. In addition, the following
Lake County rules will apply:
a. There will be two barrels and cans on both.
b. The rider must run to the first barrel, hit the can, and process to the opposite barrel
c. Missing the can or dropping the striking object is a disqualification
d. If the rider hits the can and it does not come off, it will result in a 10 second
Crawl Through the Barrels:
1. All general Ohio State Gymkhana rules will apply to this class. In addition, the following
Lake County rules will apply:
a. Riders must get off on the far side of the barrel
b. A handler will hold the horse while the rider crawls through the obstacle
c. Rider must then remount and run back on the opposite side as they started
1. As written in the State Rule Book. Patterns will be determined by the Judge.
Western Riding:
1. Lake County will allow the Novice riders to perform simple lead changes during the
pattern without being faulted or disqualified.
2. Advance riders still must perform flying lead changes as stated in the state rule book.
Bareback Equitation/Horsemanship/Fanny Race
1. No Chaps are to be worn in these classes.
**Jumping is open to Advanced and Novice Riders Only. To be eligible to jump at fair,
riders must take a minimum of 8 jumping lessons from January 1 through the pre-fair meeting of
the current year. The lessons must be with a certified instructor. Lesson dates along with a
signature from the instructor and parent/ guardian must be submitted by the pre-fair meeting.
Groom and Clean Competition:
**Please obtain additional information from Saddle Horse about this event!
Free Style Competition:
**Please obtain additional information from Saddle Horse about this event!
Trail in Hand:
**Please obtain additional information from Saddle Horse about this event!
**Please obtain additional information from Saddle Horse about this event!
Barn and Stall Information
1. No smoking permitted in barns. Please ask violators to put out cigarettes or other
smoking material before entering the barns.
2. All exhibits must be in their stalls by 5:00 p.m. on the Monday before the start of fair,
and remain in place until 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, unless dismissed early by Fair Board
through the Extension Office. If a project or tack box is removed early without
permission from Fair Board, the exhibitor will forfeit all premiums won. (Per Fair board,
Tack boxes may be removed Sat PM from 11pm-7am or after 9pm Sunday)
3. Barn decorations are encouraged; fireproof and in good taste. Educational posters are
also recommended. All decorations must remain in place until 9:00 p.m. Sunday night,
the closing night of Fair. (Unless dismissed early by Fair Board through the Extension
4. Stalls must be cleaned by 11:00 a.m. each day of fair.
5. No youth member is permitted to remain on the fairgrounds between the hours of 11:00
p.m. and 5:00 a.m. unless permitted by his or her parent, guardian, or advisor.
6. Horses must be made available for a visual inspection by the Fair Veterinarian prior to
any horse participating in any Fair competitions. The Lake County 4-H Saddle Horse
Committee strongly recommends that each horse is given a Coggins test for Equine
Infectious Anemia, a Rabies vaccination, Strangles, West Nile, EWT, and Flu/ Rhino.
7. Stalls not being used by a 4-H exhibitor cannot be occupied by any horse at any time
during the week of fair.
8. If you have to take your horse home during fair, it must be for a medical reason and must
be approved by the fair veterinarian along with an early release form from the Extension
Office. This form must be posted on the stall door for the remainder of fair.
9. Never leave your horse or pony unattended outside of safely enclosed stall. Cross ties,
grooming, and/or tacking in aisle way is not permitted.
10. Horses or ponies are not permitted in the front of Barn 20, the bleacher areas, announcer/
entry booth area, or any spectator area. This also means the midway area by the
11. No riding in barns.
Saddle Horse Project and Tack Judging
1. Barn judging will be done on Monday evening at 6:30 p.m. until completed. Youth
members are to wear club shirts. No numbers are required. Horses, tack, and the stall
will be judged. After you have been judged, please remain quiet in the barn until your
club has been completely judged. Advisors and/or parents are not permitted in the barns
during judging.
2. All Registered Project Horses MUST be barn judged in order to occupy a stall at
the Lake County Fair. Members are encouraged to show their projects. If you are
not exhibiting at Fair, you may trailer in for project judging and the shows. No stalls will
be available to you.
3. If a horse is not brought to fair (Horseless Horse Project), the youth must have an
educational poster judged during the Saddle Horse Project Judging Monday night of fair.
Obtain additional information from the Saddle Horse Committee about Horseless Horse.
4. Cloverbud judging will also take place during the Monday evening judging at 6:30 pm
with the rest of their clubs. Obtain additional information from the Saddle Horse
Committee about Cloverbud judging.
Recommendations for Equipment and Supplies for Horse and Rider
1. Personal supplies: clothing, protective head gear, boots, snacks, sunscreen, money for
food and class sign-ups, personal first-aid kit, and any other supplies needed for the
2. Tack and Equipment: Saddles, bridles, bits, halters, saddle pads, cooler/ sheet/ blanket/
sleezy, lead ropes, lunge line, lunge whip, clippers/ disposable razors, tack cleaning
supplies, braiding/ banding equipment, scissors, curry comb, brushes, mane and tail
combs, hoof picks, hoof oil/ hoof polish, fly spray, towels/ rags, tack box with lock and
key/ combination lock, etc.
3. A halter and lead line must be readily available at all times for every horse stalled at fair.
4. Club Supplies: Pitchforks, rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows, garden hose, broom, tool box,
etc. Each club is required to have a First-Aid Kit. It must be visible and accessible at all
5. Recommendations for a First-Aid Kit
Thermometer (with string attached)
Alcohol/ Peroxide
All-purpose ointment (Furacine, Corona, etc.)
Non-stick wound pads/ Band-aids/ Gauze pads
Adhesive tape/ Vet Wrap/ Elastic bandage
Disposable diapers/ leg quilts
Hoof pick
Bute/ Banamine
Healthcare notebook
Sting relief kit
Instant ice pack
The Walk/Trot Division
1. Cloverbuds do not qualify for Walk/Trot.
2. Must be a current member of a Lake County 4-H Saddle Horse club.
3. Must use current year project animal or lease.
4. A Walk/Trot rider is defined as a rider who has never cantered in a show: open or 4-H. A
4-H’er is eligible to stay in Walk/Trot for up to three (3) years. The youth member may
be re-evaluated the beginning of the fourth year and if the advisor indicates that the youth
member should remain in Walk/Trot, the advisor and the Saddle Horse Committee will
review the reasons and determine if the youth member will remain in Walk/Trot.
5. Walk/Trot classes are designated as A and B classes. Group A classes are 1st year
Walk/Trot participants and Group B classes are 2nd year and up participants.
6. While competing in a contest class, if the horse or pony breaks into a canter for any
amount of time, there will be a ten (10) second penalty added to the rider’s time.
7. In classes where the rider dismounts (i.e.: ride and run, coaxing race) it is acceptable if
the horse canters during the return to the starting line.
8. If a flat class consists of ten (10) or more entries in the Dunsalin Ring, the class will be
9. Riders must wear safe and proper attire for the performance classes: English- hard hat,
boots, long sleeve show shirt, and breeches; Western- long sleeve shirt, western hat/
helmet, jeans, and boots. Chaps for Western are optional. For The English and Western
fun show days, riders are allowed to wear their club shirts and Breeches/Jeans.
10. Rider must not participate in any cantering classes at any time.
11. All other general rules listed in the Guidelines book or the “Uniform rules for 4-H horse
shows” must be followed.
12. First year Walk/Trot (Group A riders) will not ride patterns at the fair in equitation
or horsemanship.
13. There will be ten (10) places awarded in all 4-H classes. Tie Breakers will be determined
by the amount of 1st places, then 2nd places, etc for all classes.
Signing this document means you have read the Lake County
4H Saddle Horse Fair Guidelines and agree to abide by them!
Club Name:
Youth Signature
Advisor Signature:
Parent Signature
**This section provides additional information for Advisors, parents and youth**
Minimum Standards for Lake County 4-H Saddle Horse Clubs
(The Saddle horse Year is determined as September through August)
*If five of these standards are not met through the year (September through August) the entire
Club will not be allowed to participate at Fair.
**If one standard is not met throughout the year (September through August) the Club shall lose
voting privileges for the next 2 consecutive months, and placed on probation. Probation shall
last until item is rectified. Advisors whose clubs are in a probationary status at time of Fair will
not be issued wristbands for Fair and will have to fund their own admission to Fair.
1. Club must abide by Dates and Deadlines as scheduled by Saddle Horse
2. Club must at least be represented at ALL Saddle Horse Meetings including the
Mandatory All Advisor Pre Fair Meeting. (Each club may not miss more than 2
3. Club must participate in ALL Saddle Horse Fundraising Activities.
4. Club must participate in the 4-H County Wide Community Service Project if there is one
and provide service for any Lake County 4-H project (ie…providing pop and water,
auction items, and help for the Spaghetti dinner for outstanding youth scholarships).
5. Every Advisor of any given Club shall participate, not just be a member, in at least one
Subcommittee of Saddle Horse. (The Chairperson of the committee shall determine
6. Club must have at least one Community Service Project of their own. (Advisor must
provide proof/ discuss at the Saddle Horse meeting and be noted in the minutes.)
7. Club must work assigned shows at Fair (Previous year will count towards following year)
8. Club must work at least one Committee Show and or State Fair Try-out.
***The Secretary of Saddle Horse shall keep records of the above.
****Each Club must be in compliance with the Ohio 4-H Charter Checklist. The Extension
office will maintain the records for each Club’s Charter Checklist and determine club eligibility.
1. By meeting ALL Saddle Horse deadlines and commitments that are required though
April 15th of the current year, each club will receive $25 in credits from the Saddle Horse
fund towards Saddle Horse fees. (This also includes the annual audit report from the
previous year!)
2. By meeting ALL Saddle Horse deadlines and commitments that are required through the
Fair for the current year, each club will receive $25 in credits from the Saddle Horse fund
towards Saddle Horse fees.
3. Ribbons for all horse shows or events (including contesting classes) must be presented in
the arena and NOT the paddock during fair, unless otherwise determined by the show
4. Helmets are to be worn by all 4-H members if they are competing in a 4-H event or
practicing for a 4-H event. If a 4-H member is participating in an open event at Fair, they
are no longer required to abide by the 4-H helmet rule. It is the responsibility of the
parents/guardians to make sure members are abiding by the helmet rules and to determine
if their child must wear a helmet for open events during Fair.
5. Only registered 4-H members, Cloverbuds, and Advisors will receive wrist bands for the
Fair. It is the responsibility of each family member, friend, and volunteer to make sure
they purchase their own gate admission for the Fair. Please contact the Fair Office for
more information on obtaining admission.
6. If there is a safety concern, it is permissible for another person to school or handle the
animal. Advisors are encouraged to promote safety and educate members when
witnessing a safety violation (Ex: Standing on horses, sitting cross legged, etc).
7. Please make sure that all members and their families know that if a Veterinarian is
needed, the fair Veterinarian may be contacted or the member’s own personal
Veterinarian. The member will be charged for services rendered.
8. If an incident occurs on the Lake County Fairgrounds, contact the Fair office for
information on how to handle the incident.
Barn and Stall Information
1. There is to be a responsible advisor, parent or adult chosen by the 4-H club present
in each barn during the entire duration of fair.
2. Barns and stalls are assigned by the Extension office on basis of club size, production
projects and availability, and are assigned on a rotating basis.
3. Advisors must make sure the extension office is aware of any Cloverbuds who will be
judged alongside the other club members during barn judging so that they are aware for
cloverbud graduation. Make sure the judges give cloverbuds their ribbons during barn
Barn Judging- 4-H Saddle Horse Awards
1. Best Educational Display and Barn Decorations will be judged Tuesday of Fair.
2. Clean Barn will be judged Tuesday through Sunday of Fair.
Best Educational Display
Each Club’s display is to be simple, concise,
neat, clean, and attractive. See attached
rubric for more details.
Clean Barn
See attached rubric for more details.
Daily award will be given
Barn Decorations
Best use of Theme
Best Overall Decorations
Closing Ceremonies Awards at Fair
Club Recognition/ biographies
State Fair Qualifiers
Walk-Trot End of the Week High-Point
Novice End of the Week High-Point
Advanced End of the Week High-Point
Superhorse Award
Honor Club/best decorations/clean barn/etc. Recognition
Rotating Trophies
Inspirational Award
Recognize Point Series participants
Any other award from Saddle horse.
Rotating Trophies
1. There will be special classes in which the winners will receive a rotating trophy or
plaque, which must be returned to the donating club at the All-Advisors meeting prior to
fair, in the same condition in which it was received. The winner of the trophy or plaque
is responsible for their own engraving, cleaning and maintenance. Classes will be
announced at fair. These trophies cannot be retired unless specified by the original
2. Rotating Trophies that will be given at the fair are as follows:
Charlie the Pony Trophy- W/T Western High Point
Dorothy M. Brown Parker– W/T English High Point
The Karen Gilbert Memorial Trophy- Novice Contesting High Point
The This Shadow’s Snazzy Trophy- Novice English High Point
The Bianca Memorial Trophy- Novice Western High Point
The Margaret and Taz Trophy- Advanced Contesting High Point
Performance Versatility TrophyContesting Versatility TrophyThe Potti Family Trophy- Advanced English Equitation
The Aruta Family Trophy- Advanced Western Horsemanship
The Crofoot Family Trophy- Advanced Western Pleasure
Ted Davies Memorial Trophy- Advanced Barrel Class
Oh My God It’s Sherman Memorial Trophy- Advanced English Showmanship
**The Ken Kaufman Trophy is for the Overall Advanced Highpoint for Point Series and will be
presented at the Point Series Award Banquet!**
3. The winner of each Versatility will be awarded a rotating trophy to keep in their
possession until the following year. This trophy cannot be retired. The trophy must be
returned to the Saddle Horse Committee no later than the all advisors pre-fair meeting of
the next year. If the exhibitor/ horse combination should win the trophy 3 years in a row,
they will be awarded a special recognition trophy to keep.
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