wpcsa halter divisions - Maryland Pony Breeders

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MARYLAND PONY BREEDERS
c/o Mary I. Benedict
160 W Joyce Lane
Arnold, MD 21012
Directions to:
Equestrian Center of Harford County
(At Heavenly Waters Park)
608 N Tollgate Road
Bel Air, MD
From the North
I-95 South to Exit 77 (Rte 24)
Go North on Rte 24 to Rte 1 (Business)
South on Rte 1 to next light, Tollgate Road
Turn Right on Tollgate Road.
Show grounds on the Left after the overpass.
From the South
I-95 North - Exit 74 (Rte 152)
Rte 152 North to Rte 1
North on Rte 1. Take Business
Rte 1 (right at Harford Road light).
Turn left on Tollgate Road
DO NOT TAKE RTE 1 BYPASS
Maryland Pony
Breeders
2012 Annual Show
Saturday July 14th Welsh, MHSA, M&M
Halter, MPB Yearling Futurity
Sunday, July 15th Welsh & Open
Performance , SPSNA Shetland Halter &
Performance
Equestrian Center of Harford County
Bel Air, Maryland
Featuring the MPB Yearling Futurity
SPSNA Shetland, Welsh Sections A, B, C /D,
Half/Partbred Welsh (Double Judged Halter),WPCSA Gold
Rating Applied For, Eastern Welsh Circuit, MHSA
Hunter/Breeder, Mountain & Moorland Halter, Open
Performance
PRE ENTRIES MUST BE POSTMARKED BY JUNE 30th
After that, post entry rates may apply.
MARYLAND PONY BREEDERS SHOW OFFICIALS
Judges: Mike Maxwell, Colts Neck, NJ. WPCSA Halter & Performance,
MHSA Hunter/Breeder, MPB Futurity, Open Performance
Pat Cochran, Banks,OR. WPCSA Halter & Performance, Open Performance
Shawn Bigley, Colora, MD Shetland
Stewards: Dori Osborne, Welsh, MHSA etc.
Caroline Lees, Stewartstown, PA Sunday, Shetland only.
INFORMATION
Show Secretary: Bonnie Six, 2019 Pleasantville Rd Fallston, MD 21047
410-692-2800 (D) or 410-241-2958 (cell)
[email protected]
Show Information: Tiz Benedict, 410-518-9928
[email protected]
Shetland Show Information: Laurie Donaldson, 717-993-3775,
[email protected]
INFORMATION: Days of the Show only: 410-241-2958
Food (Capital Concessions) and EMT will be available on the grounds both
show days. Farrier and Veterinarian on call.
RULES & REGULATIONS
1. One hundred permanent stalls are available on the grounds. Stalls will be reserved
only with payment of fees on first come, first serve basis. Reserve early as stalls are at a
premium. Stalls are $55.00/straw or $65.00/shavings for the entire show or any part thereof.
BEDDING IS NOT PROVIDED but may be ordered through The Mill of Bel Air,
CALL: 410-893-7721. If available, stalls may be rented on the days of the show. NO
STALL FEES WILL BE REFUNDED FOR ANY REASON. No ponies will be permitted on
the grounds prior to 12 Noon July 13th or later than 11:00 PM July 15th without prior
arrangements. Please DO NOT PARK IN THE FIRE LANES AROUND THE BARNS.
There is no parking of vehicles or trailers under the open pavilions. Stall assignments
will be posted - Special requests should be noted on the Entry Form, and every attempt will
be made to honor them.
2. Electric Hook-Ups are available for a $35.00 Fee. ANYONE plugging-in to outside
receptacles will be charged the fee. VEHICLE LICENSE NUMBER OR ID NUMBER
MUST BE PUT ON ENTRY BLANK WHEN RESERVING HOOK-UP SPACE.
3. Entries must be postmarked no later than June 21st to be included in the Show Program.
All entries require: Coggins, photostats of Registration Papers and measurement cards
(Welsh, Half/ Partbred Welsh, Shetlands, and all other Purebreds) Additionally, ALL Owner,
Trainer Signatures, and Junior Exhibitor Permission Signatures must be properly executed
and fees paid in full before numbers will be issued. Entry fees will not be refunded unless a
certificate of illness or injury prepared by an accredited veterinarian is presented to the
secretary before the start of the show (7/14/12). Warranted refunds, less an office processing
charge of $5.00 per pony, will be returned by mail. Ponies that are not shown in classes that
they have entered forfeit their entry fees. Changes made to the entry form on the dates of the
show will be considered post entries and may be charged accordingly.
4. MHSA classes are open to all eligible entries BUT Only MHSA members will receive
MHSA High Score Points. The Maryland Pony Breeders show is operated in accordance
with the current rules of the MHSA of which body it is a Regular Show Member and is Rated
“C” in Pony Hunter Breeding.
5. The Stewards will be available to measure uncarded ponies at 8 AM on Saturday and Sunday.
6. Classes may be divided, combined or rescheduled at the discretion of Show Management
according to governing Breed Regulations. WPCSA Welsh classes may not be combined. A Three
(3) Minute gate rule will be in effect. Exhibitors are notified that any act of discourtesy or
disobedience to the judges or officials, on the part of the owner, trainer, rider, driver, handler or
groom, shall disqualify the ponies, and the owner shall forfeit his entry fee and other fees.
8. Where designated, prize money will be awarded with ribbon at the completion of that class.
9. A Junior’s Age, is the child’s age as of December 1, 2011. Junior’s BIRTH DATE must be
recorded on the entry form.
10. JUNIOR AND ADULT EXHIBITORS (INCLUDING WESTERN RIDERS) MUST
WEAR APPROVED PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR (ASTM/SEI) AT ALL TIMES WHENEVER
MOUNTED. IN ADDITION, JUNIOR EXHIBITORS MUST ALSO WEAR APPROVED
PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR IN A DRIVEN VEHICLE WHILE ON THE SHOW GROUNDS.
HEADGEAR HARNESS MUST BE SECURED AND PROPERLY FITTED. ANY PERSON
VIOLATING THIS RULE WILL IMMEDIATELY BE PROHIBITED FROM FURTHER
RIDING/DRIVING UNTIL SUCH HEADGEAR IS PROPERLY IN PLACE.
11. Leaving ponies/cobs unattended while harnessed to a vehicle or removing the bridle or
detaching the reins from the bridle before unhitching anywhere on the show grounds is
prohibited. Failure to comply will result in instant elimination and dismissal from the show
grounds.
12. A properly attired groom or passenger capable of rendering assistance in case of an emergency is required
for all pairs, tandems, unicorns or 4 in hand,. Failure to comply will result in elimination from the class.
13. NO DOGS ALLOWED unless crated or leashed.
14. Permanent Restroom and Shower Facilities are provided on the Grounds. Exhibitors are
requested to report any problems to Show Management as soon as possible. Trash Receptacles will
be located all over the Show Grounds. Exhibitors & Spectators are asked to use them to help keep
these facilities clean.
15. The Maryland Pony Breeders, its Show Committee and/or Associates, Equestrian Center of
Harford County, and all others associated with the presentation of this show will not be responsible
for accidents, injury or loss which may occur to any individual including riders, owners, spectators,
drivers, or property at this show.
16. Should any questions or disputes arise that are not provided for in the foregoing rules, the same
shall be referred to Show Management, whose decision shall be final.
17. Maryland Pony Breeders High Score Points are awarded only to exhibitors whose membership
dues were paid before the show
18. Entries are made by Owners,Trainers and Exhibitors with the understanding that they
are familiar with the aforementioned rules and regulations. There will be a $35.00 fee for all
returned checks.
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EDGEWOOD HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS
Ramada Conference Center - 1(800)408-4748 or 410-679-0770
1700 Van Bibber Rd, Edgewood, MD
Holiday Inn, 2118 Emmorton Park Rd., Edgewood, MD Phone (410) 679-7971
Hampton Inn, 2112 Emmorton Park Rd., Edgewood, MD 410-670-6000
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WPCSA HALTER DIVISIONS
WELSH HALTER (Article 110.2)
PreEntry $35
Post Entry $45
DOUBLE JUDGED
(WPCSA fee, $5.00 per Judge included in entry fee)
Open to ponies/cobs registered with the Welsh Pony and Cob Society of America. Animals are to be
shown in hand at a walk and trot except in group classes. PUREBRED WELSH to be judged 85% on
breed type, conformation, way of going, quality and substance and 15% on disposition and manners.
Natural reaching action is desired. HALF/PARTBREDWELSH to be judged 85% on conformation, way
of going, quality and substance and 15% on Welsh breed type, disposition and manners. Ponies six years
& older must be measured OR present a valid USEF or WPCSA measurement card. Halter classes may
be split by age (or C/Ds by Section) if entries warrant. Prize Money: Grand Champions $15,
Reserve $10.
SECTION C/D WELSH
1.
WPCSA C/D Fillies – 2 & under
2.
WPCSA C/D Colts – 2 & under
3.
WPCSA C/D Mares – 3 & over
4.
WPCSA C/D Stallions – 3 & over
5.
WPCSA C/D Grand Champion and Reserve
SECTION A WELSH
6.
WPCSA A 3 & 4 year old Mares
7.
WPCSA A Mares - 5 and older
8.
WPCSA A Senior Champion Mare & Reserve
9.
WPCSA A Yearling & under Fillies
10.
WPCSA A 2 years old Fillies
11.
WPCSA A Junior Champion Filly & Reserve
12.
WPCSA A Yearling & under Colts
13.
WPCSA A 2 year old Colts
14.
WPCSA A Junior Champion Colt & Reserve
15.
WPCSA A Stallions - 3 & 4 years old
16.
WPCSA A Stallions - 5 & older
17.
WPCSA A Senior Champion Stallion & Reserve
18.
WPCSA A Grand Champion & Reserve
WELSH GELDING DIVISION
19.
WPCSA A Gelding - 2 & under
20.
WPCSA A Gelding - 3 & over
21.
WPCSA Champion A Gelding
22.
WPCSA B Gelding - 2 & under
23.
WPCSA B Gelding - 3 & over
24.
WPCSA B Gelding Championship & Reserve
25.
WPCSA C/D Gelding - any age
26.
WPCSA Supreme Champion Gelding and Reserve
SECTION B WELSH
27.
WPCSA B 3 & 4 year old Mares
28.
WPCSA B Mares - 5 & older
29.
WPCSA B Senior Champion Mare & Reserve
30.
WPCSA B Yearling & under Fillies
31.
WPCSA B 2 years old Fillies
32.
WPCSA B Junior Champion Filly & Reserve
33.
WPCSA B Yearling Colts
34.
WPCSA B 2 year old Colts
35.
WPCSA B Junior Champion Colt & Reserve
36
WPCSA B Stallions - 3 & 4 year old
37.
WPCSA B Stallions - 5 and older
38.
WPCSA B Stallion Champion and Reserve
40.
WPCSA B Grand Champion & Reserve
WPCSA WELSH SUPREME CHAMPION & RESERVE
HALF/PARTBRED WELSH
41.
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Fillies - 2 & under
42.
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Colts/Geldings - 2 & under
43.
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Junior Champion & Reserve
44.
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Mares - 3 & older
45.
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Stallions/Geldings - 3 & older
46.
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Senior Champion & Reserve
47.
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Grand Champion & Reserve
WELSH PERFORMANCE
PreEntry $20
Post Entry $25
Open to ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh registered with the Welsh Pony and Cob Society of America. All
animals shown in performance classes, regardless of age, must be measured OR present a valid USEF or
WPCSA measurement card. WPCSA fee $5.00 per pony (only for ponies NOT shown in halter classes). If
warranted by entries, the pleasure and hunter Divisions may be split as follows:
Small - 12.2h & under and Medium/large over 12.2h). Please Note: To qualify for respective Stake
Classes, entries must have competed in at least one other class of that division
Prize money awarded in Stakes classes: 1 st $20, 2nd $12, 3rd $8, 4th $ 5.
WPCSA JUNIOR WELSH HANDLER (Article 115.6)
Judged on the ability and skill of the Junior in handling their pony/cob/half/partbredWelsh as in the breed ring.
The show qualities of the pony/cob/half/partbred Welsh shall not be considered, although cleanliness and
grooming can be considered. Exhibitors enter to the left so as not to obscure the judge’s view. The judge
evaluates the ability of the junior to follow directions, use space wisely, and execute the requested patterns.
Juniors should appear “ring wise”, be alert to the judging progression and be prepared for changes in the
judging routine
101.
WPCSA Junior Handler 12 years & under
102.
WPCSA Junior Handler 13-17 years old
103.
WPCSA LEADLINE WALK (Article 115.4) Class open to riders 7 & under mounted on
ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh, mares and geldings only. Judged on equitation and suitability of mount at the
walk. To stand quietly. To be led by an adult or a junior age 12 or over. Both handler and rider to be
appropriately attired. English or Western attire is acceptable. No chain leadlines. RIDERS ineligible for other
ridden WPCSA classes except leading rein, leadline walk-trot and leadline walk-trot poles.
104.
WPCSA LEADLINE WALK-TROT (Article 115.4) Class open to riders 7 & under mounted on
ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh, mares and geldings only. Judged on equitation and suitability of mount at the
walk, and trot/jog. To stand quietly. To be led by an adult or a junior age 12 or over. Both handler and rider to
be appropriately attired. English or Western attire is acceptable. No chain leadlines. RIDERS ineligible for
other ridden WPCSA classes except leading rein, leadline walk and leadline walk-trot poles.
105.
WPCSA LEADLINE WALK-TROT POLES (Article 115.4) ) Class open to riders 7 & under
mounted on ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh, mares and geldings only. Judged on equitation and suitability of
mount. To be ridden once around a course of four poles on the ground entirely at a walk or entirely at a trot/jog.
Poles area to be placed at a minimum of 4 feet off the rail, two on each side of the ring, simulating a hunter
course. Poles should be placed far enough away from the entrance gate to provide an adequate-sized area to do
an opening and closing circle. May be ridden at either a walk or trot/jog. To be led by an adult or a junior age
12 or over. Both handler and rider to be appropriately attired. English or Western attire is acceptable. No chain
leadlines. RIDERS ineligible for other ridden WPCSA classes except leading rein, leadline walk and leadline
walk trot.
106.
WPCSA LEADING REIN (Article 115.1) Section A, B, C, or half/partbredWelsh mare or
gelding. 12.2h. & under, to be ridden by junior exhibitors at least four, but not more than eight, years of
age. Riders to be suitably dressed in Hunt, Saddle or Western attire including protective headgear. The
leading rein to be attached to the cavesson on the English bridle & on the Western bridle to the cheek
slot of the bit (top of bit) while leaving the control of the pony to the child. No chain leadlines allowed.
To be shown on light contact and to be led by an adult. To be shown at a walk, on the right rein
(clockwise), to line up, and stand quietly. Ponies will be called out individually to stand, walk out and
trot/jog back past the judge. Ponies to be judged on manners, suitability, breed type, conformation
and turnout. This is not an equitation class. There are no restrictions on competing in other divisions
or classes for the pony or rider.
107.
WPCSA WALK (Article 115.5) Classes open to riders 11 & under mounted on
ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh, mares and geldings only. Judged on equitation and suitability of
mount. English or Western attire is acceptable. Riders ineligible for other ridden WPCSA classes except
leading rein, child’s first pony, walk-trot, or walk-trot poles. To walk both ways of the ring.
108.
WPCSA WALK-TROT (Article 115.5) Classes open to riders 11 & under mounted on
ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh, mares and geldings only. Judged on equitation and suitability of
mount. English or Western attire is acceptable. To walk and trot both ways of the ring. Possible tests to
include: walk, trot or jog, turn, halt and rein back at spots marked. RIDERS ineligible for other ridden
WPCSA classes except leading rein, child’s first pony, walk, or walk-trot poles.
109.
WPCSA WALK-TROT POLES (Article 115.5) Classes open to riders 11 & under
mounted on ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh, mares and geldings only. Judged on equitation and
suitability of mount. To be ridden once arou nd over a course of four poles on the ground entirely at a
walk or trot/jog. Poles are to be placed at a minimum of four feet off the rail, two on each side of the
ring, simulating a hunter course. The poles should be placed far enough away form the entrance gate to
provide an adequate-sized area to do an opening and closing circle. . May be ridden at either a walk or
trot/jog. English or Western attire is acceptable. RIDERS ineligible for other ridden WPCSA classes
except leading rein, child’s first pony, walk, walk-trot.
110.
WPCSA CHILD’S FIRST PONY (Article 115.2) Section A,B,C, or half/partbred Welsh
mare or gelding, 12.2h & under, to be ridden by junior exhibitors at least four, but not more than ten
years of age. Riders to be suitably attired in Hunt, Saddle or Western attire including protective
headgear. To be shown on light contact. Ponies to be shown at a walk and trot or jog, both ways of the
ring. Ponies to be judged on performance, manners and suitability. Conformation, way of going,
manners, suitability and turnout to be emphasized. There are no restrictions on competing in other
divisions or classes for the pony or rider. This is not an equitation class.
WPCSA CARRIAGE DRIVING (Article 113.2) Division open to all ponies, cobs and half /partbred
Welsh in an appropriate two or four-wheeled vehicle. (wire-wheeled vehicles may be used. In addition to
the gaits detailed in the pleasure driving section Article 113.1.11 (walk, working trot, trot-on, halt and
rein-back), carriage driving also requires the slow trot where the animal should maintain forward
impulsion while showing submission to the bit. A properly attired groom or passenger is required for all
pairs, tandems, unicorns or 4 in hand, capable of rendering assistance in case of an emergency. Failure
to comply will result in elimination from the class. TURNOUT to be judged 70% on the condition, fit
and appropriateness of harness and vehicle, neatness and appropriateness of attire and overall
impression; 30% on performance, manners and way of going. WORKING CLASSES to be judged
70% on performance, manners and way of going; 20% on condition and fit of harness and vehicle; 10%
on neatness of attire. Obstacle/Cones to be judged 100% on performance. Refer to specifications in
rulebook for the type of obstacle/cones classes being offered.
111.
WPCSA Carriage Driving Turnout
112.
WPCSA Carriage Driving Working – Stake
113.
WPCSA Carriage Driving obstacles/cones
WPCSA Carriage Driving Champion & Reserve
WPCSA SHORT STIRRUP EQUITATION (Article 114.1) Division is open to riders 12 & under mounted
on ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh, mares or geldings. To be judged 100% on rider’s hands, seat, control and
suitability of mount. Over fences (o/f): Courses to be set at 18” with a minimum of four fences with eight
jumping efforts required. Animals may either trot or canter the entire course. The over fences class must
precede the under saddle class. In under saddle classes, animals must walk, trot and canter both ways of the
ring. . RIDERS in this division (including under-saddle class) may not compete over fences in any other
WPCSA division except short stirrup hunter
117.
WPCSA Short Stirrup Equitation Over Fences
118.
WPCSA Short Stirrup Equitation Under Saddle
WPCSA SHORT STIRRUP HUNTER (Article 112.6) Division is open to riders 12 years and under.
Classes are open to all ponies/cobs/half/partbred Welsh, mares and geldings. RIDERS in this division,
including the under saddle class, may not compete over fences in any other division except Short Stirrup
equitation. Courses to be set at 18" with a minimum of 4 fences with 8 jumping efforts required. May either trot
or canter the entire course. Over-fence classes must precede the under-saddle class. To be judged 100% on
performance. To be eligible for the under-saddle class, animal must have shown in and completed an overfences class. Under-saddle class animals will be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, trot and canter.
119.
WPCSA Short Stirrup Hunter Over Fences
120.
WPCSA Short Stirrup Hunter Stake Over Fences
121.
WPCSA Short Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA Short Stirrup Hunter Champion & Reserve
WPCSA LOW HUNTER (Article 112.8) The division is open to ponies, cobs, half/partbred welsh, Juniors
and Adults. ANIMALS may not compete in any other over fences divisions at this show where fence heights
exceed 18”. There are no restrictions on the riders. Over fences (o/f) classes must precede the under-saddle
class. O/F courses to be set at 18” with a minimum of four fences with eight jumping efforts required. Animals
may either entirely trot or entirely canter the entire course. To be judged 100% on performance. Under–saddle
class animals will be shown at the walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring.
122.
WPCSA Low Hunter Over Fences
123.
WPCSA Low Hunter Stake Over Fences
124.
WPCSA Low Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA Low Hunter Champion & Reserve
WPCSA WELSH HUNTER (Article 112.5) Over fences (o/f): To be shown over a course of a minimum of
six fences with eight jumping efforts of the required height. To be judged 75% on performance, manners,
movement and style, 25% on breed type (except Half/partbred Welsh) and conformation. Working classes to be
judged 100% on performance. Animals not exceeding 13:2 hands will jump 2’0’’; animals exceeding 13:2h
shall jump 2’6”. Under saddle (u/s): To be eligible, pony must be shown in and complete a course in at least
one over fences (o/f) class. To be shown at the walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. May be required
to hand gallop one way of the ring but no more than eight animals at one time.
125.
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult Working Hunter Over Fences
126.
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult Conformation Hunter Stake Over Fences
127.
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult Hunter Champion & Reserve
128.
129.
130.
WPCSA A/B Junior Working Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation Hunter Stake Over Fences
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA A/B Junior Hunter Champion & Reserve
131.
132.
133.
WPCSA A/B Adult Working Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation Hunter Stake Over Fences
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA A/B Adult Hunter Champion & Reserve
184.
185.
186.
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Working Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Conformation Hunter Stake Over Fences
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Hunter Champion & Reserve
WPCSA TRAIL (Article 115.3) English or Western Equipment. Open to all ponies/cobs/half/partbred
Welsh with separate classes for Juniors and adults To be shown over and through obstacles at a walk,
optional trot or jog, and optional canter or lope. To be judged 100% on performance. Patterns for
Juniors will not include sidepass or lope/canter over loose rails.
134.
WPCSA Trail Adult
135.
WPCSA Trail Junior
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WPCSA ENGLISH PLEASURE (Article 112.3) To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of
the ring on light contact without martingale. To be judged 75% on performance, manners, movement
and style, 25% on breed type and conformation. Working classes to be judged 100% on performance.
139.
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation English Pleasure
140.
WPCSA A/B Adult Working English Pleasure
141.
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation English Pleasure Stake
WPCSA A/B Adult English Pleasure Champion & Reserve
142.
143.
144.
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult Conformation English Pleasure
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult Working English Pleasure
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult Conformation English Pleasure Stake
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult English Pleasure Champion & Reserve
145.
146.
147.
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation English Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Junior Working English Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation English Pleasure Stake
WPCSA A/B Junior English Pleasure Champion & Reserve
148.
149.
150.
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Conformation English Pleasure
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Working English Pleasure
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Conformation English Pleasure Stake
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult English Pleasure Champion & Reserve
WPCSA WESTERN PLEASURE (Article 112.4) To be shown at a walk, jog and lope both ways of
the ring without a martingale and reasonably loose rein without undue restraint. To be judged on
performance, with emphasis on manners 65%; Breed type, movement and conformation 25%;
Appointments 10%. Working classes are judged 100% on performance.
151.
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation Western Pleasure
152.
WPCSA A/B Adult Western Pleasure Working
153.
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation Western Pleasure Stake
WPCSA A/B Adult Western Pleasure Champion & Reserve
154.
155.
156.
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation Western Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Junior Western Pleasure Working
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation Western Pleasure Stake
WPCSA A/B Junior Western Pleasure Champion & Reserve
157.
158.
159.
WPCSA C/D Conformation Western Pleasure
WPCSA C/D Western Pleasure Working
WPCSA C/D Conformation Western Pleasure Stake
WPCSA C/D Western Pleasure Champion & Reserve
190.
191.
192.
WPCSA Half/partbred Adult & Junior Conformation Western Pleasure
WPCSA Half/partbred Adult & Junior Western Pleasure Working
WPCSA Half/partbred Adult & Junior Conformation Western Pleasure - Stake
WPCSA Half/PartbredWelsh Junior & Adult Western Pleasure Champion & Reserve
WPCSA RIDDEN WELSH CLASSIC (Article 115.7 ) Classes for registered Welsh ponies/cobs 4
years old and older. To be judged 50% on conformation and 50% on performance. Entries shall enter
the arena at the walk in a clockwise direction. To be shown on both reins as a group at the walk, trot,
and canter with animation. The required individual performance must show all four gaits (the gallop
need only be shown in one direction). Each animal will then be stripped and judged for conformation,
showing at the walk and trot, in hand, by the rider. Once an entry has been judged for conformation it may be
retacked. Class is an English class only. No Western, Saddle Seat or Side Saddle tack or attire. Qualified UK or
American Judge to officiate.
174. WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic C/D
175. WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic A/B
176. WPCSA BEST RIDDEN & RESERVE BEST RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP (Article 115.7)
To be judged 50% on conformation and 50% on ridden performance. Open to first and second place winners
from the Ridden Welsh A/B Classic and the Ridden Welsh C/D Classic. There is no entry fee for this class.
Places will be awarded for the Best Ridden and the Reserve Best Ridden. Any animal in this class is eligible to
be named the Best Ridden. Entries shall enter the arena at the walk in a clockwise direction. The Judge shall
request all four gaits (walk, trot, canter, gallop) in at least one direction, but animals need not show in both
directions. The judge shall consider the size of the ponies/cobs, ages of riders, safety of arena when determining
whether to have the animals perform as a group or individually. Individual pattern is optional at the judge’s
discretion. Entries shall not be stripped as conformation score from the qualifying class shall be carried
forward.
MHSA PONY HUNTER/BREEDER
PreEntry $25
Post Entry $35
Open to all ponies that should not mature over 14:2h. All breeding classes shall be judged on conformation,
quality, substance, soundness, and suitability to become pony hunters or produce hunters. Entries will be
moved on the line at a walk and trot with the exception of broodmares and foals, which will be moved at a walk
only. Entries may be purebred or crossbred. Classes may be split by sex if entries warrant.
230.
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder Broodmares - 3 & Older (bred or produced a foal in current year)
231.
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder Foals
232.
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder Yearlings
233.
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder 2 Year Olds
234.
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder 3 Year Olds
235.
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder Champion & Reserve
PUREBRED/Mountain & Moorland
PreEntry $10
Post Entry $15
Open to all purebred ponies registered with recognized breed organizations that are not eligible for any other
purebred halter divisions at this show. To be judged on conformation, quality, substance, breed type, soundness
and way of going
236.
Purebred Stallions/Geldings/Mares - 3 & older
237.
Purebred Colts/Geldings/Fillies - 2 & under
238.
Purebred Champion & Reserve
OPEN PERFORMANCE CLASSES/DIVISIONS
All CLASSES $10 PRE ENTRY, $15 POST ENTRY
OPEN LOW HUNTER DIVISION Open to mares, stallions and geldings, horses and ponies ridden by adults
or juniors. Over Fences (o/f) courses to be set as crossrails or verticals at 18” with a minimum of four fences
with eight jumping efforts required. Animals may either entirely trot or entirely canter the entire course. To be
judged 100% on performance. Under–saddle class animals will be shown at the walk, trot and canter both ways
of the ring.
311.
Low Hunter Over Fences – Course 1
312.
Low Hunter Over Fences – Course 2
313.
Low Hunter Under Saddle
Low hunter championship
.
OPEN PLEASURE DIVISON
Open to any age riders on ponies or horses. To be judged on performance and suitability to give a comfortable,
pleasurable ride. To ride both ways of the ring, stand and back quietly. English or Western turnout. Division
will be split if there are 4 each of English and Western Riders
317
Open Pleasure walk, trot or jog
318
Open Pleasure walk, trot or jog, canter or lope
330.
YOUNG PONIES UNDER SADDLE.
Open to ponies OR horses aged 3 or 4 years old. To be ridden by a Junior or Adult and shown at a walk,
trot and canter both ways of the ring. To be judged on performance, manners, way of going and
soundness. Martingales not permitted, light contact with the pony’s mouth is required. Ponies should
not be eliminated for slight errors.
OPEN TRAIL CLASSES
The trail classes are open to all eligible entries on horses or ponies, English or Western. To be judged on
performance only with 6-8 obstacles.
320.
Open Lead Line Trail – Open to children 7 and under
321.
Open Short Stirrup Trail – Open to children 12 and under.
322
Open Trail – Open to Adults and Juniors
324.
Open Halter Obstacle – open to adults & juniors who lead their animals through the course.
SPSNA SHETLANDS
PreEntry $10
Post Entry $15
ALL SHETLANDS SHOWN HERE MUST BE REGISTERED WITH SPSNA.
Please see the SPSNA 2012 Official Guide for complete class descriptions and specifications (available
at www.shetlandponysociety.com). All classes, including foal classes to be moved. All halter classes to
be judged 50% on correct type and manners, 50% on conformation and way of going, unless stated
otherwise. Class 214 (Broodmare - Wet) may not cross-enter into classes 209, 210, 212, or 213.
203, 206, 211, 215, 219, 222. Junior and Senior Championship Classes
207, 216, 223. Grand Championship Classes
224. Supreme Championship Class
First and second place winners of each age group are eligible to compete in the corresponding
Championship classes. Reserve Champions and Champions are then eligible to compete in the
corresponding Grand Championship classes (207, 216, 223). Grand Champions only from the Mare,
Stallion, and Gelding categories are eligible to compete in the Supreme Championship class (224).
Championship Ring Procedures (203, 206, 211, 215, 219, 222): First and second place ponies
shall line up and be moved the same as for halter classes. Each championship class will be treated as a
new class and ponies will be moved. If there are two judges, judge 2 will repeat the process with his/her
first and second place winners.
Grand Championship and Supreme Championship Ring Procedures (207, 216, 223, 224):
For each Grand Championship division, Champions and Reserves from the Junior and Senior
Championship classes for that division will line up side by side in the ring to be judged. For the
Supreme Championship, the Grand Champion winners only of the mare, gelding, and stallion divisions
will line up side by side in the ring to be judged. If there are two judges, judge 2 will repeat the process
with his/her Champion or Grand Champion winners. Ponies may be moved at the discretion of the
judge(s). The Supreme Championship class is non-pointed
Pointed Performance Classes:
S100. Youth Showmanship (13 to 17 yrs) - C
S101. Youth Showmanship (9 to 12 yrs) - C
S102. Youth Showmanship (8 yrs & under) - C
Beginner Division:
S103. Leadline (3 yrs & under) - C
S104. Leadline (4 to 6 yrs) - C
S105. Leading Rein ( 8 yrs & under) - P (BCP)
S106. Equitation Walk - C
Pony Performance Division:
S107. Shetland Pony Walk-Trot - P (BCP)
S108. Shetland Pony Walk-Trot-Canter - P (BCP)
S109. Shetland Pony Cross Rails - P (BCP)
S110. Shetland Pony Over Fences - P (BCP)
Equitation Division:
S111. Equitation Walk-Trot - C
S112. Equitation Walk-Trot-Canter - C
S113. Equitation Over Fences - C
Other Performance:
S114. Jumper-in-Hand (min. age of exhibitor - 8 yrs) - P
S117. Ground-Driving - P (may not cross-enter)
S118. Novice Driving - P (may not cross-enter)
S121. Youth Driving (17 yrs & under) - P (BCP)
S122. Open Driving - P
S123. Driving Championship (1st and 2nd place winners
from classes 121, 122 - no entry required)
S115. Adult Halter Obstacle - over 17 yrs - P
S116. Youth Halter Obstacle - 17 yrs & under - P (BCP)
S125. Best Child's Pony Grand Championship - Point
Tabulation (must have entered at least one of classes
105, 107-110, 116, 121. No entry required.)
Pointed Halter Classes (all P):
S200. Junior Stallion Foal
S201. Junior Stallion Yearling
S202. Junior Stallion Two-Year Old
S203. Junior Stallion Champion and Reserve Champion
S204. Senior Stallion 3 & 4 Year Old
S205. Senior Stallion 5 & Older
S206. Senior Stallion Champion and Reserve Champion
S207. Stallion Grand Champion and Reserve Gr.
Champion
S208. Junior Mare Foal
S209. Junior Mare Yearling
S210. Junior Mare Two-Year Old
S211. Junior Mare Champion and Reserve Champion
S212. Senior Mare 3 & 4 Year Old
S213. Senior Mare 5 & Older
S214. Senior Broodmare (Wet) - may not cross-enter into
other mare halter classes
S215. Senior Mare Champion and Reserve Champion
S216. Mare Grand Champion and Reserve Grand
Champion
S217. Junior Gelding Yearling
S218. Junior Gelding Two-Year Old
S219. Junior Gelding Champion and Reserve champion
S220. Senior Gelding 3 & 4 Year Old
S221. Senior Gelding 5 & Older
S222. Senior Gelding Champion and Reserve Champion
S223. Gelding Grand Champion and Reserve Grand
Champion
S224. Supreme Champion (non-pointed) - Winners of
Grand Champion Stallion, Mare, and Gelding classes
Pointed Other Halter:
S303. Pinto (Multicolor)
S304. Solid Color
MARYLAND PONY BREEDERS 2012 MEMBERSHIP FORM
Senior $20
Family $25 Junior $15
Name(s)_______________________________________________
Junior birthdate_____________________________(required)
Farm__________________________________________________
Mailing Address_________________________________________
Phone_________________E-Mail__________________________
Web site_______________________________________________
Own/Breed/Show________________________________________
Please fill out the form and mail with a check made out to: Maryland Pony
Breeders, to P.O. Box 2106, Easton, MD 21601
WELSH PONY & COB SOCIETY OF AMERICA
720 GREEN STREET, STEPHENS CITY, VA 22655
540-868-7669
APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP (CIRCLE TYPE)
Life $1000, Senior $45, Junior $25, Family/Firm $55, Annual Associate $30
Name: ________________________________________
Junior birthdate_____________________________(required)
Address________________________________________
City/State/Zip___________________________________
MARYLAND HORSE SHOWS ASSOCIATION
PO Box 828, Hampstead, MD 21074
www.mdhsa.org
Application for Membership
Senior $40, Junior $30
Name__________________________________________________________
Address________________________________________________________
Phone________________________Email (required)_________________________
_____Renewing Member ______Jr/AA/AO Birthdate_____________(required)
I hereby apply for membership for the year 20___ and enclose payment of _______
(Membership expires November 30th).
_______________________________________________________
Phone_____________________Email:_________________
Date:________________Signature:__________________________________
MPB SHOW CLASS SCHEDULE
45.
46.
47.
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Stallions/Geldings - 3 & older
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Senior Champion & Reserve
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Grand Champion & Reserve
SATURDAY, July 14th, 8:00 AM, RING 2
MHSA (not before 2:30 pm)
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
108.
109.
110.
101.
102.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36
37.
38.
39.
WPCSA Leadline Walk
WPCSA Leadline Walk Trot.
WPCSA Leadline Walk-Trot Poles
WPCSA Leading Rein
WPCSA Walk
WPCSA Walk Trot
WPCSA Walk-Trot Poles
WPCSA Child’s First Pony
WPCSA Junior Handler 12 years & under
WPCSA Junior Handler 13-17 years old
WPCSA C/D Fillies – 2 & under
WPCSA C/D Colts – 2 & under
WPCSA C/D Mares – 3 & over
WPCSA C/D Stallions – 3 & over
WPCSA C/D Grand Champion and Reserve
WPCSA A 3 & 4 year old Mares
WPCSA A Mares - 5 and older
WPCSA A Senior Champion Mare & Reserve
WPCSA A Yearling & under Fillies
WPCSA A 2 years old Fillies
WPCSA A Junior Champion Filly & Reserve
WPCSA A Yearling & under Colts
WPCSA A 2 year old Colts
WPCSA A Junior Champion Colt & Reserve
WPCSA A Stallions - 3 & 4 years old
WPCSA A Stallions - 5 & older
WPCSA A Senior Champion Stallion & Reserve
WPCSA A Grand Champion & Reserve
WPCSA A Gelding - 2 & under
WPCSA A Gelding - 3 & over
WPCSA Champion A Gelding
WPCSA B Gelding - 2 & under
WPCSA B Gelding - 3 & over
WPCSA B Gelding Championship & Reserve
WPCSA C/D Gelding - any age
WPCSA SUPREME CHAMPION GELDING & RESERVE
WPCSA B 3 & 4 year old Mares
WPCSA B Mares - 5 & older
WPCSA B Senior Champion Mare & Reserve
WPCSA B Yearling & under Fillies
WPCSA B 2 years old Fillies
WPCSA B Junior Champion Filly & Reserve
WPCSA B Yearling Colts
WPCSA B 2 year old Colts
WPCSA B Junior Champion Colt & Reserve
WPCSA B Stallions - 3 & 4 year old
WPCSA B Stallions - 5 and older
WPCSA B Stallion Champion and Reserve
WPCSA B Grand Champion & Reserve
230.
231.
232.
233.
234.
235.
236.
237.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
WPCSA WELSH SUPREME CHAMPION & RESERVE,
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Fillies - 2 & under
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Colts/Geldings - 2 & under
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Junior Champion & Reserve
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Mares - 3 & older
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder Broodmares
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder Foals
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder Yearlings
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder 2 Year Olds
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder 3 Year Olds
MHSA Pony Hunter/Breeder Champion & Reserve
Purebred Stallions/Geldings/Mares - 3 & older
Purebred Colts/Geldings/Fillies -
MPB FUTURITY – NOT BEFORE 4 PM
-Hunter Breeder Division
-Open Division
Futurity championship
SUNDAY, JULY 15th, RING 2 8 AM
174.
175.
176.
111.
112.
113.
WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic C/D
WPCSA Ridden Welsh Classic A/B
WPCSA Best Ridden & Reserve Best Ridden Championship
WPCSA Carriage Driving Turnout
WPCSA Carriage Driving Working - Stake
WPCSA Carriage Driving Cones
SUNDAY, JULY 15TH RING 1 following Class 113 in Ring 2
311.
312.
313.
117.
118.
119.
120.
121.
122.
123.
124.
128.
129.
130.
125.
126.
127.
131.
132.
133.
184.
185.
186.
Open Low Hunter Over Fences – Course 1
Open Hunter Over Fences – Course 2
Open Low Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA Short Stirrup Equitation Over Fences
WPCSA Short Stirrup Equitation Under Saddle
WPCSA Short Stirrup Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA Short Stirrup Hunter Over Fences - Stake
WPCSA Short Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA Low Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA Low Hunter Over Fences - Stake
WPCSA Low Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA A/B Junior Working Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation Hunter Over Fences stake
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Junior & Adult Working Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Junior & Adult Conformation Hunter Stake Over Fences
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Junior & Adult Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA A/B Adult Working Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation Hunter Stake Over Fences
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Working Hunter Over Fences
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Conformation Hunter Stake Over Fences
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Conformation Hunter Under Saddle
SUNDAY, JULY 15th, RING 2 following hunter classes
330
317
318
139.
140.
141.
142.
143.
144.
145.
146.
147.
148.
149.
150.
151.
152.
153.
190.
191.
192.
154.
155.
156.
157.
158.
159.
Open Young Ponies under Saddle – 3& 4 yr. old ponies
Open Pleasure walk, trot/ jog
Open Pleasure walk, trot/jog, canter or lope
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation English Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Adult Working English Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation English Pleasure Stake
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Junior & Adult Conformation English Pleasure
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Junior & Adult Working English Pleasure
WPCSA Half/partbredWelsh Junior & Adult Conformation English Pleasure Stake
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation English Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Junior Working English Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation English Pleasure Stake
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Conformation English Pleasure
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Working English Pleasure
WPCSA C/D Junior & Adult Conformation English Pleasure Stake
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation Western Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Adult Western Pleasure Working
WPCSA A/B Adult Conformation Western Pleasure - Stake
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Conformation Western Pleasure
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Western Pleasure Working
WPCSA Half/partbred Welsh Conformation Western Pleasure - Stake
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation Western Pleasure
WPCSA A/B Junior Western Pleasure Working
WPCSA A/B Junior Conformation Western Pleasure - Stake
WPCSAC/D Conformation Western Pleasure
WPCSA C/D Western Pleasure Working
WPCSA C/D Conformation Western Pleasure - Stake
SUNDAY, JULY 15th, SMALL RING - at conclusion of the hunter classes
– come at will during the flat classes in Ring 2
320.
321.
322
324.
134.
135.
Open Lead Line Trail – Open to children 7 and under
Open Short Stirrup Trail – Open to children 12 and under.
Open Trail – Open to Adults and Juniors
Open Halter Obstacle – open to adults and juniors
WPCSA Trail Adult
WPCSA Trail Junior
SUNDAY, JULY 15TH , LOWER RING 9 AM
SHETLAND SHOW
Pointed Performance Classes:
S100. Youth Showmanship (13 to 17 yrs) - C
S101. Youth Showmanship (9 to 12 yrs) - C
S102. Youth Showmanship (8 yrs & under) - C
Beginner Division:
S103. Leadline (3 yrs & under) - C
S104. Leadline (4 to 6 yrs) - C
S105. Leading Rein ( 8 yrs & under) - P (BCP)
S106. Equitation Walk - C
Pony Performance Division:
S107. Shetland Pony Walk-Trot - P (BCP)
S108. Shetland Pony Walk-Trot-Canter - P (BCP)
S109. Shetland Pony Cross Rails - P (BCP)
S110. Shetland Pony Over Fences - P (BCP)
Equitation Division:
S111. Equitation Walk-Trot - C
S112. Equitation Walk-Trot-Canter - C
S113. Equitation Over Fences - C
Other Performance:
S114. Jumper-in-Hand (min. age of exhibitor - 8 yrs) - P
S117. Ground-Driving - P (may not cross-enter)
S118. Novice Driving - P (may not cross-enter)
S121. Youth Driving (17 yrs & under) - P (BCP)
S122. Open Driving - P
S123. Driving Championship (1st and 2nd place winners
from classes 121, 122 - no entry required)
S115. Adult Halter Obstacle - over 17 yrs - P
S116. Youth Halter Obstacle - 17 yrs & under - P (BCP)
S125. Best Child's Pony Grand Championship - Point
Tabulation (must have entered at least one of classes
105, 107-110, 116, 121. No entry required.)
Pointed Halter Classes (all P):
S200. Junior Stallion Foal
S201. Junior Stallion Yearling
S202. Junior Stallion Two-Year Old
S203. Junior Stallion Champion and Reserve Champion
S204. Senior Stallion 3 & 4 Year Old
S205. Senior Stallion 5 & Older
S206. Senior Stallion Champion and Reserve Champion
S207. Stallion Grand Champion and Reserve Gr.
Champion
S208. Junior Mare Foal
S209. Junior Mare Yearling
S210. Junior Mare Two-Year Old
S211. Junior Mare Champion and Reserve Champion
S212. Senior Mare 3 & 4 Year Old
S213. Senior Mare 5 & Older
S214. Senior Broodmare (Wet) - may not cross-enter into
other mare halter classes
S215. Senior Mare Champion and Reserve Champion
S216. Mare Grand Champion and Reserve Grand
Champion
S217. Junior Gelding Yearling
S218. Junior Gelding Two-Year Old
S219. Junior Gelding Champion and Reserve champion
S220. Senior Gelding 3 & 4 Year Old
S221. Senior Gelding 5 & Older
S222. Senior Gelding Champion and Reserve Champion
S223. Gelding Grand Champion and Reserve Grand
Champion
S224. Supreme Champion (non-pointed) - Winners of
Grand Champion Stallion, Mare, and Gelding classes
Pointed Other Halter:
S303. Pinto (Multicolor)
S304. Solid Color
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