Prize List October 10 - 19, 2019 - CSI 3* Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center, Harrisburg, PA - Ryegate Show Services

 
Prize List October 10 - 19, 2019 - CSI 3* Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center, Harrisburg, PA - Ryegate Show Services
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                                      Prize List
                                October 10 – 19, 2019
                        Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center, Harrisburg, PA
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Prize List October 10 - 19, 2019 - CSI 3* Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center, Harrisburg, PA - Ryegate Show Services
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Prize List October 10 - 19, 2019 - CSI 3* Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center, Harrisburg, PA - Ryegate Show Services
Pennsylvania National Horse Show
                  October 10 – 19, 2019

Show Venue:
       Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center
       2300 N. Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110
       www.pafarmshowcomplex.com
Administrative Offices:
       720 Limekiln Road, New Cumberland, PA 17070
       Phone: (717) 770-0222 Fax: (717) 770-2048
       www.PAnational.org
Entry Information:
       Ryegate Show Services
       1298 Royal Road, Annville, PA 17003-2226
       Phone: (717) 867-5643 Fax: (717) 867-2174
           To verify receipt of entries, please use a delivery method which requires a
           signature. The show cannot verify receipt of faxed or regular-mail entries.
Benefit:
       Pennsylvania National Horse Show Foundation
           Supporting Therapeutic Riding and Equine Rescue Programs
Member:
       • North American League
       • United States Equestrian Federation
       • Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI)

                          www.PAnational.org

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                         75th Anniversary
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Prize List October 10 - 19, 2019 - CSI 3* Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center, Harrisburg, PA - Ryegate Show Services
Competiton Name: Pennsylvania
    USEF Competition Name:    National Horse Show          USEF
                                                           USEF#:   #: 459
Premiere Hunters, Division(s)
      Competition 6* Jumpers  and Rating(s):

         USEF SAFE SPORT TRAINING REQUIREMENT

        Starting January 1, 2019, if you are a USEF Competing
        Member 18 years of age or older you are required to
        complete the core Safe Sport Training within 30 days
        of activating your membership.

        If you do not complete the training, you are
        ineligible to participate in all USEF activities
        including competitions.

        TAKE the SAFE SPORT TRAINING at USEF.org by
        logging into your member dashboard.

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Prize List October 10 - 19, 2019 - CSI 3* Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center, Harrisburg, PA - Ryegate Show Services
2019 PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL HORSE SHOW
                  FOUNDATION OFFICERS
                                        Chair: Thomas Bross, III

1st Vice Chair:        Max Hempt                       2nd Vice Chair:     Norman I. White
Treasurer:             Richard Hornberger              Executive Director: Susie Webb
Secretary:             Rebecca E. Kinsley

                                BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Garland Alban                        Rebecca E. Kinsley                  Patrick Rodes
Ralph A. Alfano, III                 Lloyd W. Longenecker                David Schlosberg
Susan Baker                          Dr. Csaba Magassy                   Donald Stewart
Thomas Brennan                       Collin McNeil                       Jimmy Torano
Thomas Bross, III                    Streett Moore                       Dr. Holly J. Wendell
G. Lewis Davey                       Lexis E. Mowery                     Douglas Wheeler
Peter G. Doubleday                   Wendy Chapot Nunn                   Norman I. White
Max Hempt                            Dr. Betsee Parker                   Tom Wright
Richard Hornberger                   Judith Patton

                               HONORARY DIRECTORS
                       Honorary Chairman - The Honorable Tom Wolf, Governor
                                  Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Frank D. Chapot (1932-2016)          Mrs. Lysa Burke Hutton              Lewis E. Lehrman
Gregory W. Gingery                   Jeremy M. Jacobs                    Spencer G. Nauman, Jr.

                                  DIRECTORS EMERITI
Harry G. Banzhoff, Esq. (1925-2012)                    Jack R. Leisure
Gerald L. Hempt                                        Marilyn Webster

                            ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS
General Manager:               Peter G. Doubleday
Technical Coordinator:         Ralph A. Alfano, III
Entries Secretary:             Lloyd W. Longenecker
Executive Director:            Susie Webb
Director of Development:       Joni Moloney
Director of Operations:        Christa Aufiero
Marketing Coordinator:         Shelly Mix

                                  INFORMATION PHONES
   Administrative Office (before show)      (717) 770-0222            Fax      (717) 770-2048
   Entry Info (before show)                 (717) 867-1950            Fax      (717) 770-2048
   Horse Show Office (during show)          (717) 867-1950            Fax      (717) 770-2048
   Feed Store                               (717) 867-3005
                                            www.panational.org

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OFFICIALS
The following have been invited to judge. The Committee reserves the right to vary, change or add
to these names should it become necessary.
                 HUNTER JUDGES                                                                STEWARDS
James Clapperon (Jr & Sr)......................Ocala, FL               Maria Biancone - FEI......................... Roseland, NJ
Kim Dorfman (Jr)...................................Aiken, SC           Bruce Burr - FEI...................................Weston, CT
Mike Rosser (Jr & Sr)..............Southern Pines, NC                  Mary Choate - USEF.................Heath Springs, SC
                                                                       Karen Golding - FEI 3 (Chief)........ Wellington, FL
                                                                       Julie Karpan - FEI 2.......................... Micanopy, FL
     DOVER SADDLERY/USEF MEDAL                                         Peter Lane - FEI 2........................... Wellington, FL
           FINALS JUDGES                                               Donna Rocchetti - USEF.......................... Falls, PA
Cynthia Hankins.............................. Wellington, FL           Sherry Robertson - FEI 2..................Edgemont, PA
Kip Rosenthal.................................. Wellington, FL
                                                                                SCHOOLING SUPERVISORS
                 JUMPER JUDGES                                         Bruce Burr.............................................Weston, CT
Leslie Brown - “FEI 3” (Sr)................Glasgow, VA                 Karen Golding................................. Wellington, FL
Mrs. Frank Chapot (Jr)...........Neshanic Station, NJ                  Julie Karpan...................................... Micanopy, FL
Hannia Chichilla de Wolf - “FEI 3” ...... Costa Rica                   Peter Lane....................................... Wellington, FL
Kevin Giblin - “FEI 2” (Jr & Sr).... Wellington, FL                    Sherry Robertson..............................Edgemont, PA
Neil O’Connor - “FEI 3” (Pres).....Middleburg, VA
                                                                                               FARRIERS
              COURSE DESIGNERS                                         Joe Alfano........................................Harrisburg, PA
Alan Lohman (Hunters)................ Poolesville, MD                  Scott Mohney...................................Harrisburg, PA
Ken Krome (Jr Jumpers)............. Westminster, MD
Michel Vaillancourt “FEI 4” (Sr Jmps.).. Aiken, SC                               ASSISTANT SECRETARIES
                                                                       Jean Bonsall............................... Saranac Lake, NY
                   ANNOUNCERS                                          Valerie Beyer............................................Ocala, FL
Peter Doubleday.......................Southern Pines, NC               Annette Longenecker.......................... Annville, PA
Brian Lookabill............................ Georgetown, KY             Jonathan Rabon.............................Johns Island, SC
Kenn Marash..............................Harford Mills, NY             Carol Vos.................................................Aiken, SC

              PADDOCK MANAGER                                                         RING MAINTENANCE
Michele Markward............................. Williston, FL            Brian Bryson.................................. Hampstead, NC
Anthony Morano................................. Ellenton, FL           Evan Jewell................................... Lumberville, PA
                                                                       Patrick O’Meara.............................. Wellington, FL
                  RINGMASTERS                                          Jose Sarmiento................................ Wellington, FL
John Franzreb III......................... Staten Island, NY           Jasen Shelley................................... Wellington, FL
Stevie Hayes.................................... Coatesville, PA
                                                                                     FENCE DECORATIONS
                  VETERINARIANS                                        On a Fence Design....................... Chittenango, NY
Names and phone numbers will be posted in
stabling and horse show offices.                                                       STABLE MANAGER
                                                                       David Orlando................................. Wellington, FL

ENTRY PROCESSING                                                                  Ryegate Show Services, Annville, PA
JUMPS                                                                        Stephens Equestrian Design, Palmetto, FL
SAFETY CUPS                                                                                       Top Jump-Petersen
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RULES, REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES
ENTRIES:
   CLOSING DATE: Entries must be postmarked before Midnight EDT, as follows:
       Hunter and Jumper................................................ Monday, August 19, 2019
       NAL, Equitation, Side Saddle............................... Tuesday, September 3, 2019
Entries must be entered online or postmarked before midnight EDT on the date shown above.
Should an entry bear both a postage meter date and postmark by the Post Office Department,
the Post Office date will be considered the effective date of mailing. Should an entry bear a post-
age meter date and no Post Office Department postmark, the metered date shall be valid only if
received within seven days of the date shown. Entries sent via courier service must be entered
into the courier’s system by the courier’s representative before midnight on the date shown
above to be considered on time. A date and/or time entered on the waybill by the sender is not
considered the official date/time of sending. Dropping the entries into a courier pickup box does
not consititute “postmark” until entered into the courier’s system by their representative. All entry
blanks submitted will be charged a $75.00 (nonrefundable nontransferable) Office/Admin Fee.
  QUALIFYING ENTRY PROCEDURE for HUNTERS & JUMPERS
                        (exceptions) - Side Saddle & Medal Finals -
                     for which all fees must accompany entry form
    Any horse applying for acceptance in a section must have shown in that section within the
qualifying period, but need not have earned any points. Pennsylvania National Horse Show
reserves the right to accept additional horses in the original round of acceptances to account for
possible declines/scratches. If the qualifying lists are exhausted and spaces are still available
in accordance with the quotas listed below, the Pennsylvania National Horse Show reserves the
right to establish a waiting list and accept late entries in the order of postmark for all qualifying
sections. Division entries will be considered final 5pm the night before the first class.
    Hunter Sections restricting entries will be based on USEF GR 915.2(b) with points earned
by horses/ponies at their best 15 shows starting on or after August 20, 2018 through shows
starting on or before August 18, 2019. Management will allow the horses who were Champions
at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show in 2018 to show in 2019 in their respective sections, if
entered and eligible. Point totals will be verified with USEF. Exception 3’ and 3’3” green hunters.
    Amateur/Amateur Owner Jumpers: will qualify based USEF GR915.3(b2) based on prize
money won at shows starting on or after August 20, 2018 through shows starting on or before
August 18, 2019. Amateur/Amateur Owners may claim only money won in 1.30m - 1.35 Amateur/
Amateur Owner classes.
    Open Jumpers: see page 46.

                        Approximate Number                                Approximate Number
                               To Be Accepted                                   To Be Accepted
     Small Pony Hunters                25              3’6” Green Hunters               35
     Medium Pony Hunters               25              3’9” Green Hunters               20
     Large Pony Hunters                25              Green Conf. Hunters              20
     Small Junior Hunters 15 & under 25                High Performance Hunters         20
     Small Junior Hunters 16-17        25              High Performance Conf. Hunters 16
     Large Junior Hunters 15 & under 25                A/O Hunters 3’3” 18-35           25
     Large Junior Hunters 16-17        25              A/O Hunters 3’3” 36 & Over       25
     Small Junior Hunters 3’3”         12              A/O Hunters 3’6” 18 - 35         25
     Large Junior Hunters 3’3”         12              A/O Hunters 3’6” 36 & Over       25
     3’ Green Hunters                  28              Amateur/A/O Jumper               24
     3’3” Green Hunters                28              Open Jumper Riders               35

    COMPLETE ENCLOSED ENTRY FORM including all required USEF numbers and signatures
(one horse per entry blank). Entry forms may be copied.
    ONLINE ENTRY available at www.horseshowsonline.com
    ENCLOSE $150.00 (non-refundable/non-transferable) ($75.00 qualifying fee, plus $75.00
Office/Administration Fee) per entry blank.
    BECAUSE THE PNHS USES USEF POINT TOTALS FOR THE QUALIFYING PERIOD,
we urge you to send your entries early. Please ensure that your points are correct with USEF.
There is no need to send lists unless there is a pending discrepancy with USEF. All point dis-
crepancies between your total and USEF total will be resolved through USEF before acceptances
are issued. Do not send USEF printouts.
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ACCEPTANCE LETTERS will be emailed approximately September 15th to the person
designated in the space provided on the entry blank. Please add annettel@ryegate.com as a
safe sender.
    IN ORDER TO CONFIRM YOUR ENTRY ACCEPTANCE full payment for balance due, along
with a copy of the acceptance letter, must be postmarked as indicated in the letter.
    INTERNET - Accepted lists will be available at www.panational.org and www.ryegate.com.
    QUALIFYING FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES EXCEPT
THE FOLLOWING: Scratches received in writing by the closing date will receive a full refund,
including the qualifying and office fees.
    OFFICE/ADMIN FEE: The non-refundable/non-transferable office fee includes the follow-
ing: general parking, equine ambulance and attendants, Emergency Medical Professionals and
entry processing.
    POST ENTRIES: No post entries except as noted. Horses showing in classes for which
they are not entered will be charged DOUBLE ENTRY FEE.
    PRIZE MONEY: All prize money in excess of balances due will be mailed to the owner of
record, unless otherwise directed, within 30 days of the completion of the show.
    REFUNDS: Exhibitors shall be held responsible for entry fees of all horses entered by them
or their agents. Stabling and application fees will not be refunded under any circumstances.
Horses entered may be scratched without a veterinarian’s certificate, by written notice to the show
secretary (letter, telegram, official scratch sheet, e-mail, etc.) RECEIVED by noontime EDT on
Monday September 30th, entry fees will be refunded, less a $200 processing fee. Should a horse
be deemed unable to compete between noon EDT Monday September 30th and noon EDT Mon-
day October 7th a scratch submitted with a veterinarian’s certificate will be eligible for one-half
entry fee refunded, less a $200 processing fee. No other scratches under any circumstances
will be issued a refund. Unless written notification is received by noon EDT Monday October 7th,
no portion of entries or fees will be refunded. If a horse has shown in any class it is not eligible
to receive a refund. Refunds, by check, will be mailed after the show within 30 days. REFUND
AND PRIZE MONEY CHECKS NOT CASHED WITHIN 90 DAYS WILL BE CONSIDERED A
DONATION TO THE PNHS FOUNDATION. A scratched entry is not entitled to any exhibitor
parking passes or wristbands.
    FEES: Payment of all fees must be made in U.S. funds. American Express, Discover, Master-
Card and Visa accepted. “Open” Checks are not accepted. There will be a service fee of $75.00
charged for each check or credit card returned for insufficient funds, uncollected funds, or any
other reason for non payment. All financial matters regarding the 2019 Pennsylvania National
Horse Show will be closed by November 15, 2019, NSF collection excepted.
   CROSS ENTRIES:
     Adult Hunter Finals: Horse/Rider Combination may not compete in any other hunter classes
where fences exceed 3’. Rider may not compete in any other hunter class at this show where
fences are set above 3’6”. Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which
it is eligible and qualified, except AO Hunter. Riders may, if qualified, show one other horse in
each AO Section.
     Children’s Hunter Finals: Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at
this show, except USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final and/or Equitation Training Session. Rider may
not compete in any other hunter class at this show where fences are set at 3’3” or higher, except
USEF Medal Final and Equitation Training Session. Horse may, with a different rider, compete
in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified.
     Adult Jumper Finals: Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this
show. Rider may not compete in the Amateur/Amateur Owner or Open Jumper Section at this show.
Horse may, with a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified.
     Children’s Jumper Finals: Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at this
show, except USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final and/or Equitation Training Session Rider may not
compete in the Prix de States Junior Jumper or Open Jumper Section at this show. Horse may, with
a different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified.
     Low Jr/AO Jumper Final: Horse/Rider combination may not compete in any other class at
this show. Rider may not compete in the Open Jumper Section at this show. Horse may, with a
different rider, compete in any other class for which it is eligible and qualified. Riders in this class
may show no more than one other horse in either the NAL Adult or Children’s Jumper Finals or
in the Prix de States Jr Jumper Championship or two horses in the Amatuer/Amateur Owner.

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WEC FALL I 9/25 – 9/29
                         Premier Hunter/Level 2 Jumper

     WEC FALL II 10/2 – 10/6                WEC FALL CLASSIC I 10/16 – 10/20
  Premier Hunter/Level 2 Jumper                  Premier Hunter/Level 4 Jumper

     WEC FALL III 10/9 – 10/13             WEC FALL CLASSIC II 10/23 – 10/27
   Premier Hunter/Level 4 Jumper                 Premier Hunter/Level 4 Jumper

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               Fall I and Fall II - NO Jumper Nomination Fee

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HEALTH REQUIREMENTS: A Negative Coggins Test dated within one year is required for
each entry. ALL HORSES ON THE GROUNDS MUST COMPLY WITH AND PROVIDE PROOF
OF VACCINATIONS PER USEF GR845. Any additonal Health Requirements will be sent with
acceptance letters. To expedite processing upon your arrival at the show, please send a copy
with your entry blank or acknowledgment. NO NUMBERS WILL BE RELEASED FROM OFFICE
WITHOUT COGGINS OR VACCINATION PROOF.

   GENERAL REGULATIONS
     EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND SPECIFI-
CATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULE BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN
ACCORDANCE THEREWITH.
     1-Pennsylvania National will adhere to USEF guidelines with regard to the minimum number
of entries required to maintain a class.
     2-Show Management reserves the right of declining to receive any entry and to return any
entry fee and/or stable charges before or during the Show, without being liable for compensation.
     3-The show will not be responsible for any accident which may occur to any rider, driver, groom
or attendant, animal or equipment at the show.
     4-Non-transferable admission badges will be given to all exhibitors, grooms and attendants.
     5-All attendants coming in charge of horses will be subject to the order of Show Management
and must have their horses ready to enter the Show Ring at least 30 minutes before the time
for showing them.
     6-Numbers will be provided at the Show and must appear on the entry while competing in
the Show Ring.
     7-No person will be allowed in the Show Ring during the time of judging except the exhibitor
and those having official or requested duties to perform.
     8-Exhibitors are notified that any act of discourtesy or disobedience to the judges or officials,
on the part of the owner, manager, rider, driver or groom, shall disqualify the horse, and the owner
shall forfeit his entry fee and other fees.
     9-Show Management reserves to itself the power to prohibit any person from attending or
showing a horse in the ring and to remove any groom or horse from the Show without being
liable for compensation.
     10-No horse will be allowed in the Show Ring except at such hours as are announced.
     11-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.
     12-It is the tradition of the Show that riders and handlers be correctly attired for the class in
question, that attendants be neatly dressed and the horses properly presented. Riders in all
classes must wear headgear in accordance with GR801. Management may in its discretion bar
any person from entering the ring if not suitably presented to appear before an audience and
must bar riders without protective headgear from classes in which it is required.
     13-All exhibitors must present current proof of membership with USEF and USHJA, or pay
the $30 per organization show pass fee.
     14-All exhibitors in the Pony and Junior Hunter Sections must present proof of current USEF
measurement before numbers can be picked up.
     15-In all Hunter and Equitation classes Show Management reserves the right to limit the
courtesy circle with the use of a dotted line.
     16-Courses for all hunter classes will be over fences consisting of brush, aiken, post and
rail, in and out, stone wall, coop and white gate and will be posted 30 minues prior to classes.
     17-A rotating jump order will be used in all classes over fences.
     18-Championships will be awarded in all Hunter and Jumper Sections according to USEF
rules unless otherwise noted.
     19-All horses showing in the equitation, hunter or jumper divisions must present current USHJA
Horse Registration and microchip. USEF Horse Recording is required for any horse showing in
any jumper class where prize money is $25,000 or greater.

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GENERAL REGULATIONS cont’d
   20-Management may fine exhibitors up to $100.00 for improper disposal of needles or other
sharp disposable instruments.
    21- Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized
vehicle in the state in which they reside will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any
kind, including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or farm utility vehicles, on the
competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may
operate the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult
with a valid driver’s license. The parent/legal guardian or individual who signs the entry blank as
a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely
responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from that operation. Violations of
this rule will be cause for penalties against those responsible for the child committing the offense.
Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from
this rule. The unsafe use of personal electronic transport devices, as determined by the competition
officials and management in their sole discretion, that do not require a driver’s license to operate,
including but not limited to segways, hover boards, and single wheeled scooters is prohibited
on competition grounds. Operating such devices in areas where people gather may be deemed
“unsafe use” if there is a risk of harm to others. If the operator of the device is a minor, the parent/
legal guardian or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating
the device in violation of this rule is accountable and may be subject to penalties. Wheelchairs
and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule.
    22-No Smoking is permitted in any buildings.
    23-No dogs are permitted on the main concourse or in the seating sections. Dogs will
not be permitted anywhere else on the premises unless restrained on a leash. See page
36 for dog policy.
    24-Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all
classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions at the Preliminary Level or above
and Combined Driving Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and Vaulting
Competitions and Endurance Rides. A nonmember may participate as a handler, rider, driver,
owner, lessee, agent, coach or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions,
Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving Competitions upon
payment of a $45 Show Pass fee. Participants in the following classes are exempted from
the Requirements of this rule: 1)leadline; 2)exhibitions; 3)games and races; 4)classes for
4-H members; 5)walk trot (exception:Friesian performance FR222) and academy classes
(academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6)
USDF introductory level tests, pas de deuxand quadrille classes; 7)NRHA Endorsed Reining
Competitions. 8)Opportunity classes, 9)citizens of other nations who have proof, in English,
of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10)USEA begin-
ner novice division; and 11)assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
   PARCEL DELIVERIES: As per the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex policy changes,
new procedures for parcel deliveries and pick-ups will be included in acceptance letters AND
posted on www.PAnational.org

     TACK ROOM PRIZES: Tack Rooms should be functional, neat and clean. Aisles and
total appearance will be considered. Elaborate decoration will be considered only in the overall
appearance but will not receive special consideration. Cash Awards for places 1 - 3.
           Junior Weekend               -   Judged Friday, Oct. 11th
           Senior Week                  -   Judged Wednesday, Oct. 16th

    CAMPER PARKING: Limited camper parking available with Water & 20A Electric. Order on
    entry blank. First come first served. Junior Weekend - $500.00 Senior Week - $500.00
    Camper reservations received after October 1st will incur an additional charge of $150 per week.
    Campers that do not reserve a space with the show office prior to arrival at the show
    will be charged twice the normal rate.
    Absolutely no dumping of grey water is permitted anywhere on the grounds. A fine of
                         $150 per occurrence will be added to show bill.

   SPECIAL PARKING: Limited Reserved Parking adjacent to stable buildings for passenger
cars-$125.00 Jr. Weekend (Oct 9-13); $125.00 Sr. Week (Oct 14-19). General parking in the lot
adjacent to the Expo Hall is offered free of charge.

      STABLING INFORMATION
No stall will be assigned unless pre-paid in full. Stall fees are non-refundable. No stall will be
allotted without a completed entry blank and office fee paid. Stall fees: Box stalls are temporary
vinyl, with doors, 9’ x 9’; housed in permanent buildings. STALLS MAY NOT BE DISASSEMBLED
OR ALTERED. Exhibitors are responsible for any damage to stalls. No bedding provided. Horses
residing in a stall and not competing in any classes, will be charged a $100 non-showing fee,
plus the $75 office fee and must provide proof of vaccinations and coggins to the show office.
•      Junior Weekend Box Stalls-October 9-13                             $300.00
•      Senior Week Box Stalls-October 14-19                               $300.00
•      Overnight Box Stalls-(if available)-will not be cleaned out. Overnight stalls are available
       after 5 PM and must be vacated by 5 PM the following day.          $125.00
Due to another show prior to the PNHS, Junior Weekend stalls will not be available before
8:00 AM, Wednesday, October 9. All Junior Weekend stalls must be vacated not later than
6:00 PM, Sunday, October 13.

    VETERINARY AND FARRIER SERVICES: Phone numbers will be posted in Stable
Manager’s Office during this show. The Pennsylvania National Horse Show provides official
veterinary and farrier services for the convenience of the exhibitors. Visiting veterinarians and
farriers are also welcome; however, they must register with the Horse Show veterinarian or far-
rier respectively upon arrival where they will be given a designated parking pass and directed
to authorized service areas.

        Access to the Exhibitors Lounge will be by wristband only.
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2019 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE
          THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2019 - 7:30 A.M.
 22   Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under
 23   Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under - Handy
 27   Small Junior Hunter, 16 and 17
 28   Small Junior Hunter, 16 and 17 - Handy
 32   Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under
 33   Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under - Handy
 37   Large Junior Hunter, 16 and 17
 38   Large Junior Hunter, 16 and 17 - Handy
 47   Small Junior Hunter 3’3”
 52   Large Junior Hunter 3’3”
 48   Small Junior Hunter 3’3” - Handy
 53   Large Junior Hunter 3’3” - Handy
 21   Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under, Under Saddle
 26   Small Junior Hunter, 16 and 17, Under Saddle
 31   Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under, Under Saddle
 36   Large Junior Hunter, 16 and 17, Under Saddle
 46   Small Junior Hunter 3’3”, Under Saddle
 51   Large Junior Hunter 3’3”, Under Saddle
221   Neue Schule/USEF Junior Jumper Individual Phase I

            FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2019 - 7:30 A.M.
 24   Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under
 25   Small Junior Hunter, 15 and Under Championship
 29   Small Junior Hunter, 16 and 17
 30   Small Junior Hunter, 16 and 17 Championship
 34   Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under
 35   Large Junior Hunter, 15 and Under Championship
 39   Large Junior Hunter, 16 and 17
 40   Large Junior Hunter, 16 and 17 Championship
 49   Small Junior Hunter 3’3”
 50   Small Junior Hunter 3’3” Championship
 54   Large Junior Hunter 3’3”
 55   Large Junior Hunter 3’3” Championship
  2   Small Pony Conformation Hunter
  7   Medium Pony Conformation Hunter
 12   Large Pony Conformation Hunter
  1   Small Pony Hunter Under Saddle
  6   Medium Pony Hunter Under Saddle
 11   Large Pony Hunter Under Saddle
222   Neue Schule/USEF Prix des States & Individual Phase II

 No lunging is permitted in the Main Show Ring,
Equine Arena or small warm-up area at any time.

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Special Thanks to Our 2019
              Pennsylvania National Horse Show Sponsors
            The Alban Family                                 The Kinsley Foundation
    Sponsor of Small Pony Hunter Division
                                                                  Lannie Lipson
           Arista Equestrian
                                                              Legends Horse Feeds
    Attic Treasures Woodworking
                                                               The Lignelli Family
             Jamie Auletto
              Susie Baker                                       Little Brook Farm
                                                       Sponsor of Overall High Score Pony Hunter
      Brandywine Tent Rentals
Sponsor of Leading Lady Rider - Open Jumper                   Mona’s Monograms
  Copper Fox, LLC, Kendall Meijer                               Mountz Jewlers
        Sponsor of Green 3’3” Division                       North American League
     Dauphin County Economic                                   Geraldine Nesbitt
     Development Corporation                            Sponsor of Highpoint Small Junior Hunter
       Doubleday Foundation
                                                           Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Oare
       Elvenstar, Jim Hagman
                                                       Over The Hill Farm & Bill Schaub
          The EMO Agency                               Sponsor of Overall High Score Medium Pony
       Green is the New Blue                                   Best Child Rider On A Pony
              Farm Vet                                        PA Racing Commision
           Gerald Camera                                          Judith Patton
    Goshen Hill & Caroline Moran                         Sponsor of Large Pony Hunter Division
Sponsor of Green Conformation Hunter Division              Plastic Surgery Associates
            Gunn Mowery
         Insurance Company                                       Peter Pletcher
        Harvest Seasonal Grille                             Ryegate Show Services
             & Wine Bar                                       The Sadrian Family
               HayGain                                         Sponsor of 3’ Green Hunter
             Hempt Bros.                                     Signature Academics
          Hornberger Family                                 The Schlosberg Family
             Horseflight                                          SmartPak
         Horseshoe Trail Farm                            Trump Lawn & Landscape Co.
            Hunt Hill Farm                                 Upper Echelon Academy
   Sponsor of Medium Pony Hunter Division
                 Huntland                                    The Wheeler Family
Sponsor of Overall High Score Small Pony Hunter                 Winter Gardens
        The Ingram Family                                       Quality Foods
   Johnson Horse Transportation                            World Equestrian Center

  List is as of June 19, 2019.

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2019 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE
               SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2019 - 6:00 A.M.
    57     USEF Medal Equitation Training Session
              SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2019 - 12:45 P.M.
 223       William C. Steinkraus Style Award
  41       High Point Small Junior Hunter Presentation
  42       High Point Large Junior Hunter Presentation
  43       Junior Working Hunter Grand Championship Presentation
  44       Grand Junior Hunter Trainer’s Award
		         Junior Weekend Tackroom Award Presentation
  18       PNHS Junior Hunter Rider Sportsmanship Award
  59       Best Junior Rider, Horse
               SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2019 - 1:05 P.M.
  224      Neue Schule/USEF Junior Jumper Individual Phase III
  225      Neue Schule/USEF Junior Jumper Overall Awards
    3      Small Pony Hunter - Handy
    4      Small Pony Hunter
    5      Small Pony Hunter Championship
    8      Medium Pony Hunter - Handy
    9      Medium Pony Hunter
   10      Medium Pony Hunter Championship
   13      Large Pony Hunter - Handy
   14      Large Pony Hunter
   15      Large Pony Hunter Championship
   16      Grand Champion Pony Hunter
   20      Best Junior Rider, Pony
   17      PNHS Pony Rider Sportsmanship Award

                SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2019 - 7:00 A.M.
    56     Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final - Preliminary Round

         SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2019 - 4:00 P.M. (TENTATIVE)
    56     Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final
    58     Best Equitation Horse Award

                     EMO HIGH FIVE AWARDS
 Will be presented to the highest scored hunter trip in the following categories:
                               Pony Hunter
                              Junior Hunter
                          Amateur Owner Hunter
                           Professional Hunter
                           Overall High Score

  Access to the Exhibitors Lounge will be by wristband only.

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2019 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE
             MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2019 - 8:00 A.M.
   62   Green Hunter 3’6”
   63   Green Hunter 3’6” - Handy
   72   Green Hunter 3’9”
   73   Green Hunter 3’9” - Handy
   82   High Performance Working Hunter
   83   High Performance Working Hunter - Handy
  234   North American League Childrens Hunter Finals
  235   North American League Adult Hunter Finals

             MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2019 - 6:30 P.M.
 301    Field Hunters 35 & Under
 302    Field Hunters Over 35
		      Parade of Foxhounds
 304    Gentleman’s Hunter Under Saddle
 303    Ladies Hunter Under Saddle
 307    Leading Lady Rider Award
 305    Hunt Teams
 306    Hunt Night Championship

            TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2019 - 8:00 A.M.
   90   Model Green Conformation
  100   Model High Performance Conformation
   92   Green Conformation
   93   Green Conformation - Handy
  102   High Performance Conformation
  103   High Performance Conformation - Handy
   91   Green Conformation Under Saddle
  101   High Performance Conformation Under Saddle
   64   Green Hunter 3’6”
   74   Green Hunter 3’9”
   84   High Performance Working Hunter
   61   Green Hunter 3’6” Under Saddle
   66   Green Hunter 3’6” Championship
   71   Green Hunter 3’9”Under Saddle
   76   Green Hunter 3’9” Championship
   77   Grand Green Hunter Championship
   81   High Performance Working Under Saddle
   86   High Performance Working Hunter Championship
  112   Green Hunter 3’
  113   Green Hunter 3’
  122   Green Hunter 3’3”
  123   Green Hunter 3’3”
  111   Green Hunter 3’ Under Saddle
  121   Green Hunter 3’3” Under Saddle
  171   Ladies Sidesaddle Under Saddle
  173   Ladies Sidesaddle Over Fences
  172   Ladies Sidesaddle Hack
  174   Ladies Sidesaddle Championship

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2019 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE
          WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2019 - 8:00 A.M.
   94   Green Conformation
   96   Green Conformation Hunter Championship
  104   High Performance Conformation
  106   High Performance Conformation Hunter Championship
  107   Grand Champion Hunter
  109   Grand Hunter Trainer’s Award
  108   Leading Hunter Rider
  105   $25,000 Champion of Champions Winners’ Stake
  114   Green Hunter 3’
  116   Green Hunter 3’ Championship
  124   Green Hunter 3’3”
  126   Green Hunter 3’3” Championship
  127   $25,000 Green 3’ & 3’3” Winners’ Stake
  226   $1,500 Am/AO Jumper, II, 2(a)
  201   $10,000 1.40m Speed Challenge, 238.2.1

           WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2019 - 7:30 P.M.
  202   $15,000 1.45m Dash for the Cash, 238.2.1

            THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2019 - 8:00 A.M.
  152   Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 18-35
  153   Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 18-35 - Handy
  162   Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 36 & Over
  163   Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 36 & Over - Handy
  151   Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” Under Saddle 18-35
  161   Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” Under Saddle 36 & Over
  132   Amateur Owner Hunter, 18-35
  133   Amateur Owner Hunter, 18-35 - Handy
  142   Amateur Owner Hunter, 36 & Over
  143   Amateur Owner Hunter, 36 & Over - Handy
  131   Amateur Owner Hunter Under Saddle, 18-35
  141   Amateur Owner Hunter Under Saddle, 36 & Over
  227   $1,500 Am/AO Jumper, II, 1
  203   $36,000 1.45m Harrisburg Sprint, 238.2.1

            THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2019 - 7:30 P.M.
 212    $60,000 Pennsylvania Big Jump, 238.2.2
		      Senior Week Tackroom Award Presentation
		      Special Attraction

   No lunging is permitted in the Main Show Ring,
  Equine Arena or small warm-up area at any time.
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2019 TENTATIVE TIME SCHEDULE
                 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2019 - 8:00 A.M.
 154       Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 18-35
 155       Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 18-35
 156       Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” Championship 18-35
 164       Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 36 & Over
 165       Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” 36 & Over
 166       Amateur Owner Hunter 3’3” Championship 36 & Over
 167       Grand Amateur-Owner Hunter 3’3” Championship
 134       Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35
 135       Amateur Owner Hunter 18-35
 136       Amateur Owner Hunter Championship 18-35
 144       Amateur Owner Hunter 36 & Over
 145       Amateur Owner Hunter 36 & Over
 146       Amateur Owner Hunter Championship 36 & Over
 147       Grand Amateur Owner Hunter Championship
 148       Grand Amateur Owner Hunter Groom’s Award
		         Therapeutic Riding Championship
 228       $7,500 Am/AO Jumper Classic, II, 2(a)
 229       Amateur/Amateur Owner Jumper Championship
 230       Amateur/Amateur Owner Jumper Leading Rider

                 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2019 - 7:30 P.M.
 211 $36,000 Keystone Classic Speed Stake, 238.2.1
			       presented by The World Equestrian Center
 206 Open Jumper Speed Championship
		   Special Attraction

               SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2019 - 9:00 A.M.
    168    $25,000 3’3” & 3’6” Amateur Owner Hunter Classic

              SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2019 - 12:00 P.M.
    231    North American League Childrens Jumper Finals presented by EquiFit
    232    North American League Adult Jumper Finals presented by SmartPak
    233    North American League Low Jr/Am/AO Jumper Finals presented by HorseFlight

               SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2019 - 7:30 P.M.
    213    $134,000 Grand Prix de Penn National, 238.2.2
    214    Caretaker Award
    207    Open Jumper Championship
    208    Leading Rider Award for Open Jumper
    209    Leading Lady Jumper Rider Award

   Access to the Exhibitors Lounge will be by wristband only.

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JUNIOR EXHIBITOR DIVISIONS
Open to children who have not reached their 18th birthday. GR126

The Prize Money Purses in the JUNIOR and PONY HUNTER Divisions will be distributed as follows.
  PURSE          1st      2nd     3rd     4th  5th   6th     7th       8th       9th      10th
 $2,500.00      750        550    375     275  125  100      100        75        75        75
 $3,125.00      940        690    470     325  175  150      125      100         75        75

                             HUNTER PONY DIVISION
See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. No rider may ride more than a total of three ponies, two ponies in
a section. (You may enter as many ponies as you wish).

                        THE ENTRY FEE FOR EACH SECTION IS $1500.00
                         INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED

SEE ALSO CLASS 26, BEST JUNIOR RIDER, PONY

                               $12,500 SMALL PONY HUNTER SECTION
                                   Not exceeding 12.2 hands; Fences 2’3”

CLASS NO. 1
$3,125 SMALL PONY HUNTER UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 2, 3 (HANDY), 4
$3,125 SMALL PONY HUNTER
25% Conformation in Class 2.

CLASS NO. 5
SMALL PONY HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP

                       $12,500 MEDIUM PONY HUNTER SECTION
                             Over 12.2 and not to exceed 13.2 hands; Fences 2’6”

CLASS NO. 6
$3,125 MEDIUM PONY HUNTER UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 7, 8 (HANDY), 9
$3,125 MEDIUM PONY HUNTER
25% Conformation in Class 7.

CLASS NO. 10
MEDIUM PONY HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP
        The Swamp Girl Challenge Trophy donated by Brooks & Streett Moore

                                       ARENA SIZES & FOOTING
           Main Arena - Poel’s International Mixture- 120’x240’
           Inside Schooling Ring - Poel’s International Mixture - 52’x150’
           Outside Work Area - Limestone Screenings & Jersey Sand Mixture - 120’x220’
           Equine Arena - Footing First S.R.S. - 134’ x 250’

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$12,500 LARGE PONY HUNTER SECTION
                            Over 13.2 and not to exceed 14.2 hands; Fences 3’

CLASS NO. 11
$3,125 LARGE PONY HUNTER UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 12, 13 (HANDY), 14
$3,125 LARGE PONY HUNTER
25% Conformation in Class 12.

CLASS NO. 15
LARGE PONY HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP
             The Cloud Nine Challenge Trophy donated by Jenny Boal

CLASS NO. 16
PONY HUNTER GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP
         The Francis E. Armstrong Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by his family
In case of a tie, the winner will be decided on the basis of HU149.

CLASS NO. 17
PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL HORSE SHOW PONY RIDER SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
NO ENTRY FEE
To be awarded to the junior exhibitor entered and showing in the Pony Hunter Division who, in the opinion of
a secret panel of judges, exhibits the highest degree of sportsmanship at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show.

                 Hunter Championships
                            October 20, 2019
                  PA State Farm Show & Expo Center
             2300 N. Cameron Street • Harrisburg, PA 17110
                 For a Prize List, visit www.Ryegate.com
                           or call 717-867-5643

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JUNIOR HUNTER 3’6” SECTION
                        THE ENTRY FEE FOR ANY SECTION IS $1500.00
                        INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED

SEE ALSO CLASS 59, BEST CHILD RIDER, HORSE

See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. Points won at best 15 shows in a single height section
will be considered. Entries will be qualified and accepted in only the height and age section entered and
may not change sections for any reason. Jumps 3’6”.

                             $12,500 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER
                                 RIDERS 15 AND UNDER
CLASS NO. 21
$3,125 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER, UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 22, 23 (HANDY), 24
$3,125 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER

CLASS NO. 25
SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER CHAMPION
The Gabriel/Night Owl Challenge Trophy donated by Susan Schoellkopf and Helen Lenahan

                             $12,500 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER
                                   RIDERS 16 AND 17
CLASS NO. 26
$3,125 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17, UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 27, 28 (HANDY), 29
$3,125 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17

CLASS NO. 30
SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17 CHAMPION
         The Tindle Perpetual Trophy donated by The Robert D. Haas Family

CLASS NO. 41
HIGH POINT SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER
                  The Magic Word Trophy donated by Karen Kay

CLASS NO. 18
PENNSYLVANIA NATIONAL HORSE SHOW JUNIOR HUNTER RIDER SPORTSMANSHIP
AWARD
NO ENTRY FEE
To be awarded to the junior exhibitor entered and showing in the Junior Hunter Division who, in the opinion of
a secret panel of judges, exhibits the highest degree of sportsmanship at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show.

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$12,500 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER
                           RIDERS 15 AND UNDER
CLASS NO. 31
$3,125 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER, UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 32, 33 (HANDY), 34
$3,125 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER

CLASS NO. 35
LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 15 AND UNDER CHAMPION
       The Irene L. Armstrong Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by her family

                       $12,500 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER
                             RIDERS 16 AND 17
CLASS NO. 36
$3,125 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17, UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 37, 38 (HANDY), 39
$3,125 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17

CLASS NO. 40
LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER, 16 AND 17 CHAMPION
    The John Bryner, Jr. Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by the Bedard Family

CLASS NO. 42
HIGH POINT LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER
        The Lake Erie College Challenge Trophy donated by Lake Erie College

CLASS NO. 43
JUNIOR HUNTER GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP
                 The Beaufort Hunt Challenge Trophy donated by Hunt Members.
In case of a tie, the winner will be decided on the basis of HU149.

CLASS NO. 44
GRAND JUNIOR HUNTER TRAINERS AWARD
    The Michael Rheinheimer Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Amanda Lyerly.
Awarded to the trainer of the Grand Junior Hunter.

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JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3” SECTION
                       THE ENTRY FEE FOR ANY SECTION IS $1200.00
                       INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED

SEE ALSO CLASS 59, BEST JUNIOR RIDER, HORSE

See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information. Points won at best 15 shows in a single height section
will be considered. Jumps 3’3”.

                        $10,000 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3”
CLASS NO. 46
$2,500 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3”, UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 47, 48 (HANDY), 49
$2,500 SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3”

CLASS NO. 50
SMALL JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3”, CHAMPION

                        $10,000 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3”
CLASS NO. 51
$2,500 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3”, UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 52, 53 (HANDY), 54
$2,500 LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3”

CLASS NO. 55
LARGE JUNIOR HUNTER 3’3”, CHAMPION

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HUNTER SEAT EQUITATION DIVISION
All horses competing and any horse potentially competing the USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final must be
entered in the show office and pay all fees due by 5:00 PM EDT Thursday, October 10, 2019. Medal Draw
will take place on Saturday on the 3rd Floor Banquet Hall.
• Spare equitation horses will be charged a fee of $100, plus the cost of a junior weekend stall and office fee.
• The competition rider must delcare their mount for the training session in the show office by 12:00 PM
   on Friday, October 11, 2019.
• All equitation paperwork (horse description, microship number and stall location) must be completed
   and turned into show office no later than 2:00 PM EDT, Friday, October 11, 2019, unless arranged with
   horse show office.
• All horses competing and any horse potenially competing in the USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final must
   be on the competition grounds no later than 7:00 PM EDT on Friday October 11, 2019. Horses must
   be physically presented at check-in location and have their microchip scanned. If a horse does not have
   microchip, a passport or copy of the horse’s coggins must accompany the horse. All horses competing
   in the USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final must remain on the competition grounds until they have finished
   competing in all phases of the Final.
• Horses not checked in prior to 7:00 PM EDT on Friday, October 11, 2019 will not be permitted to
   compete in the USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final
• Horses are required to display the competition number at all times when the horse is outside of its stall.
• Riders may change horses before the start of the training session or USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final,
   provided the new horse was entered/declared/checked in as an equitation horse, as noted herein.
Alan Lohman - Medal Course Designer
Kelsey Shanley - USEF Staff Liaison

CLASS NO. 56
THE ADRIAN VAN SINDEREN TROPHY
Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final
ENTRY FEE $275.00                 Trophy and Twelve Ribbons
Entry and stall fees must be included with entry.
Open to Junior members of USEF who have qualified under EQ110. Exhibitor must list on entry blank
shows at which qualifying points were won. To be shown over a special course designed by the Judges.
Course will be posted at least one hour before the class. The judges must call back 20-25 entries for the
workout. Two or more tests of the top four contestants are required. Tests 1-18. Only one rider per horse.
The name of the winner will be engraved upon the Adrian Van Sinderen Trophy. The perpetual trophy will
be presented in the ring and the winner will receive a memento for permanent possession. Under no
circumstances will entry, stall or any other fees be refunded to those who are not eligible to compete
in this class. DO NOT ENTER IF NOT QUALIFIED.

CLASS NO. 57
USEF MEDAL EQUITATION TRAINING SESSION
(EQUITATION RIDERS ONLY)
ENTRY FEE $125.00
Open only to Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final competitors. Each qualifed rider may show
only one horse.. Only horses declared by the deadline in the show office may be ridden. The Rules and
Regulations for participation in the 2019 Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final will also apply.
Each qualified rider will be allowed 70 seconds in the arena. A representative course of equitation fences
will be constructed at 3’6”. No set course plan. Jumps to be jumped in the proper direction. No trainers
allowed in the arena. Order of go will be drawn.

CLASS NO. 58
BEST EQUITATION HORSE AWARD
            The Doris H. Clark Memorial Perpetual Trophy donated by Missy Clark
Awarded to the horse exhibiting in the Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final, who in the opinion
of the judges, is the best equitation horse.
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Schooling and Lunging Area Rules
The following rules will govern the use of the schooling and lunging areas.
• No horses are permitted in the official schooling area starting one hour prior to and until the completion
   of pony classes.
• Schooling and lunging areas will be available as determined and announced by Competition Management.
• The setting of a course, utilizing only the equipment provided by Competition Management will be
   permitted at the location and times designated and announced by Competition Management.
• On competition days, the competition ring will be open for flatwork for equitation horses in the evening
   after the competition ends as follows:
    • Thursday – for a minimum of two hours following the completion of the pony schooling session and
       the preparation of the footing
    • Friday – for a minimum of two hours following the completion of the competition and the
       preparation of the footing
    • Saturday – for a minimum of one hour following the completion of the competition and the
       preparation of the footing
• On Saturday evening prior to the USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final, the official schooling ring will be open
   for Equitation schooling following the completion of the competition for the day. Schooling will only
   be permitted during the hours designated by competition management.
• On the morning of the USEF Hunter Seat Medal Finals, the official schooling area will be set one hour
   before the start of the competition. The following rules will apply:
     • Approximately five schooling fences will be set as a straight line of oxers across the middle of the
       official schooling area
     • Each schooling fence will have at least four standards, four rails and four cups
     • Each schooling fence must be flagged
     • Each schooling fence may be set as a vertical or as an oxer
     • A one-stride combination consisting of two verticals may be set using the material at each schooling fence
     • Competition Management will provide a full variety of schooling materials and only this equipment
       may be utilized. No outside equipment is permitted. Additionally, no equipment may be set in such
       a way that it interferes with either the approach or landing of another jump.
     • One jump will be designated as a “clean jump” and no materials (tarps, etc.) will be allowed on this jump.
All other USEF Schooling Rules for the Equitation section will be enforced. However, if there is a conflict
between the USEF rules and these rules, these rules will prevail.

In the large schooling area, only Medal riders/trainers will be allowed until the completion of the Medal Finals.

Additional schooling times/restrictions will be sent with acknowledgement letters and posted online.

CLASS NO. 59
BEST JUNIOR RIDER, HORSE
      The Maxine Best Memorial Challenge Trophy donated by The Shahinian Family
ENTRY FEE $30.00                                                         Trophy and Four Ribbons
POST ENTRY FEE $45.00
To include all riders on horses showing in Classes 21 through 39. No rider shall be eligible who has not
ridden in at least two classes. May not also enter Class 51. ENTER ON OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK.

CLASS NO. 20
BEST JUNIOR RIDER, PONY
                    The Sunnyside Up Challenge Trophy donated by Winn Reid
ENTRY FEE $30.00                                                         Trophy and Four Ribbons
POST ENTRY FEE $45.00
To include all riders on ponies showing in Classes 1 through 14. No rider shall be eligible who has not
ridden in at least two classes. May not also enter Class 50. ENTER ON OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK

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                                      Junior Weekend, Oct. 10-12   $
                                                                    1,200.
                                      Medal Sunday, Oct. 13          $
                                                                      500.
                                      Adult Week, Oct. 14-18       $
                                                                    1,200.
                                      Grand Prix Night, Oct. 19      $
                                                                      500.

  Entrances along East Side of Main Arena; Governor’s Box side

                    Reserved - $50
                    Reserved - $40
                    Gen’l Admission

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HUNTER DIVISION
DESCRIPTION OF COURSES-Courses for all hunter classes will be over fences consisting of brush,
aiken, post and rail, in and out, stone wall, coop and white gate and will be posted 1 hour prior to classes.

          The Prize Money Purses will be distributed as follows in the HUNTER DIVISION.
  PURSE           1st    2nd      3rd       4th      5th      6th      7th  8th     9th               10th
   $300.00        90      70        45        30      25       20       10   10       R                  R
 $1,560.00       470     345      235       170       90       70       50   50      40                 40
 $2,500.00       750     550      375       275     125      100      100    75      75                 75
 $3,125.00       940     690      470       325     175      150      125   100      75                 75
 $3,150.00       950     700      475       325     175      150      125   100      75                 75
$25,000.00      7500    5500     3750      2750 1250 1100             900   750     750                750

                        $12,500 GREEN HUNTER 3’6” SECTION
See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information.
              THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 61 THROUGH 64 IS $1500.00
                     INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED

CLASS NO. 61
$3,125 GREEN HUNTER 3’6” UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 62, 63 (HANDY), 64
$3,125 GREEN HUNTER 3’6”

CLASS NO. 66
GREEN HUNTER 3’6” CHAMPIONSHIP
        The Frances Newbill Rowe Challenge Trophy donated by Her Friends

                        $12,500 GREEN HUNTER 3’9” SECTION
See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information.
              THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 71 THROUGH 74 IS $1500.00
                     INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED

CLASS NO. 71
$3,125 GREEN HUNTER 3’9” UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 72, 73 (HANDY), 74
$3,125 GREEN HUNTER 3’9”

CLASS NO. 76
GREEN HUNTER 3’9” CHAMPIONSHIP
                The John R. Sterling Memorial Perpetual Trophy
                donated by The Pennsylvania National Horse Show.

CLASS NO. 77
GREEN HUNTER GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP
        The Kimberton Hills Challenge Trophy donated by Mrs. H.A.W. Myrin.

       No lunging is permitted in the Main Show Ring,
      Equine Arena or small warm-up area at any time.
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$12,600 HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER SECTION
See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information.
Fences 4’.
              THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 81 THROUGH 84 IS $1500.00
              Individual classes may be entered by horses already accepted in another
                   section with a class entry fee of 10% of the class prize money.

CLASS NO. 81
$3,150 HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 82, 83 (HANDY), 84
$3,150 HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER

CLASS NO. 86
HIGH PERFORMANCE WORKING HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP
                The Cismont Manor Farm Challenge Trophy
                  donated by Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth M. Wheeler

            $12,500 GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER SECTION
See Rules & Regulations for qualifying information.
Open to first year green horses. Fences 3’6”. To be judged on performance and soundness, 70%; con-
formation, 30%.

             THE ENTRY FEE FOR CLASSES 91 THROUGH 94 IS $1500.00
          INDIVIDUAL CLASSES MAY NOT BE ENTERED EXCEPT CLASS 90
                   WHICH MUST BE ENTERED SEPARATELY

CLASS NO. 90
MODEL GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER
NO ENTRY FEE

CLASS NO. 91
$3,125 GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER UNDER SADDLE

CLASS NO. 92, 93 (HANDY), 94
$3,125 GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER

CLASS NO. 96
GREEN CONFORMATION HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP
   The Wild Air Farms Challenge Trophy donated by Mr. & Mrs. Sylvester Johnson, Jr.,
             Retired and returned to competition by Mrs. Haywood Nelms, Jr.

                       ATTENTION DOG OWNERS
   The administration of the Farm Show Arena will NOT permit dogs in the public areas of
     the Horse Show facilities.
   Dogs on the Farm Show property MUST be kept caged or on a leash.
   Dogs in violation of either of these rules will be collected by the Humane Society and held
     for the owner, who will be fined $100.00.
   If you do not intend to abide by these rules, DO NOT bring your dog(s) to the Pennsylvania
     National Horse Show.

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