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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2016

Inspections & Driving Clinic

9:00 am Inspections (Charlotte Moore & George Chapman)
5:00 pm Driving Clinic (open)
7:00 pm Wine & Cheese WELCOME and competitors briefing.
Hosted by TBD at Majestic Pavilion.



FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2016

Driving Classes (8:30 am start)

20. Driving Class - Cones - 8:30 AM START
First Run - Fastest Time, Second Run - Scurry
21. Driven Dressage Class - Training Level Test 2 (POM)

Dressage Classes (9:30 am start)

1. Intro Test A
2. Intro Test B
3. Intro Test C

Intro Level Championship

4. USEA Beginner Novice Test B (Combined Test Division)
5. USEA Novice Test B (Combined Test Division)
6. USEA Training Level Test B (Combined Test Division)
7. Training Test 1
8. Training Test 2
9. Training Test 3

Training Level Dressage Championship

11. First Level Test 1
12. First Level Test 2
13. First Level Test 3

First Level Dressage Championship

14. Second Level Test 1
15. Second Level Test 2
16. Second Level Test 3

Second Level Dressage Championship

17. Dressage Suitability Class (under saddle for horses that are just starting their careers)
18. Purebred Dressage Prospect (0-3 years of age, on the triangle)
19. Partbred Dressage Prospect (0-3 years of age, on the triangle)

Overall Dressage Championship – KEC Double Diamond Trophy

77. Beginner Novice Jumpers (Combined Division) 2'7" max

Combined Test Beginner Novice Level Championship

82. Novice Jumpers (Combined Division) 2'11" max

Combined Test Novice Level Championship

85. Training Jumpers (Combined Division) 3'3" max

Combined Test Training Level Championship

Overall Combined Test Championship - Brandenburg's Windstar Trophy

DEFINITIONS & DESCRIPTIONS:
Dressage Divisions:

Intro Level (classes 1, 2 and 3) - Horses to perform the Intro Tests (A,B, C)

Training Level (classes 7, 8 and 9) – Horse to perform the Training Tests
(1, 2, and 3)

First Level (classes 11, 12, and 13) – Horse to perform the First Level Tests
(1, 2, and 3)

Dressage Suitability (class 17) – This class is open to horses that have just started their careers. To be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways of the ring. To be judged on the horse's potential to become a Dressage mount.

Purebred/Partbred Dressage Prospect (classes 18 and 19) – This class is open to horses from the age of zero to three-years old, to be shown on the triangle in accordance with USDF rules.

Combined Test Divisions:

Beginner Novice (classes 4 and 77) – Will perform the USEA Beginner Novice Test B and jump a regular jumper course set at a maximum height of 2'7".

Novice (classes 5 and 82) – Will perform the USEA Novice Test B and jump a regular jumper course set at a maximum height of 2'11".

Training (classes 6 and 85) – Will perform the USEA Training Test B and jump a regular jumper course set at a maximum height of 3'3".

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016
In-Hand Breed Classes begin at 8:30 am
(Classes 26-44, 88 & 89)

26. Purebred Filly Foals
27. Purebred Colt Foals

Purebred Foal Championship – The Sheepsbridge Trophy

28. The Mountain Dove Tribute Class for RID Mares Four-years Old and up
29. Purebred Yearlings (Class will be split if entries warrant)
30. Purebred Two-Year Olds (Class will be split if entries warrant)
31. Purebred Three-Year Olds (Class will be split if entries warrant)

Purebred Young Stock Championship – The Cotter Cup
Purebred Female Championship - Merry Moll Memorial Bowl

32. RID Geldings Four-Years Old and up
33. RID Stallions Four-Years Old and up

Purebred In Hand Championship – Snowford Challenge Plate

34. Get of Sire
35. Progeny of Dam
36. Partbred Filly Foals
37. Partbred Colt Foals

Partbred Foal Championship – Edward J. Reilly Memorial Trophy

38 RIDSH Broodmares Four-years Old and up
39. Partbred Yearlings (Class will be split if entries warrant)
40. Partbred Two-Year Olds (Class will be split if entries warrant)
41. Partbred Three-Year Olds (Class will be split if entries warrant)

Partbred Young Stock Championship – The Tack Box Trophy

42. RIDSH Geldings Four-Years Old and up
43. RIDSH Stallions Four-Years Old and up
44. Junior Handler

Partbred In Hand Championship – Heritage Cup
Best Amateur Handler/Horse Combination – Snowford Bellman Trophy

88. Youngstock Utility - In Hand - Yearling - 3 Year Old
89. Mounted Utility - 4 Years and up

Please note that the Show Committee reserves the right to make any changes to the schedule that they deem necessary.

* Times are approximate and are contingent on class conclusion considerations.

DEFINITIONS & DESCRIPTIONS:
Breed In-Hand Classes and Divisions

Purebred Filly Foals (class 26) – This class is open to all purebred 2014 filly foals.

Purebred Colt Foals (class 27) – This class is open to all purebred 2014 colt foals.

Purebred Foal Championship - Open to 2014 foals who received a first or second place ribbon in class 26 or 27.

The Mountain Dove Tribute Class for RID Mares Four-years Old and up (class 28) – Open to RID Mares four years of age or older.

Purebred Yearlings (class 29) – Open to Purebred 2010 fillies, colts, and geldings.

Purebred Two-Year Olds (class 30) - Open to Purebred 2009 fillies, colts, and geldings.

Purebred Three-Year Olds (class 31) - Open to Purebred 2008 fillies, colts, and geldings.

Purebred Youngstock Championship – Open to horses who received a first or second place ribbon in classes 29, 30 and 31.

Purebred Female Championship – Open to mares and fillies who received a first or second place ribbon in classes 26, 28, 29, 30, and 31.

Purebred Geldings Four-Years Old and up (class 32) – Open to RID geldings four-years old and older.

Purebred Stallions Four-Years Old and up (class 33) – Open to RID stallions four-years old and older.

Purebred In-Hand Championship – Open to horses who received a first or second place ribbons in classes 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32 or 33.

Get of Sire (class 34) – Two to three get of a single RID Sire to be judged as a group. Use appropriate tack and turn out for the age of each entry. Coordination with the Stallion Owner is recommended. Entry for this class will occur at the
show no later than 9:00 AM on Saturday.

Progeny of Dam (class 35) - Two or more progeny of a single RID Dam to be judged as a group. Use appropriate tack and turn out for the age of each entry. Coordination with the Mare Owner is recommended. Entry for this class will occur at the show no later than 9:00 AM on Saturday.

Partbred Filly Foals (class 36) – This class is open to all partbred 2014 filly foals.

Partbred Colt Foals (class 37) – This class is open to all partbred 2014 colt foals.

Partbred Foal Championship - Open to 2014 foals who received a first or second place ribbon in class 36 and 37.

RIDSH Partbred Broodmares Four-years Old and up (class 38) - Open to RIDSH Mares four years of age or older.

Partbred Yearlings (class 39) – Open to Partbred 2010 fillies, colts, and geldings.

Partbred Two-Year Olds (class 40) - Open to Partbred 2009 fillies, colts, and geldings.

Partbred Three-Year Olds (class 41) - Open to Partbred 2008 fillies, colts, and geldings.

Partbred Youngstock Championship - Open to horses who received a first or second place ribbon in classes 36, 37, 39, 40 and 41.

RIDSH Partbred Geldings Four-Years Old and up (class 42) – Open to RIDSH geldings four-years old and older.

RIDSH Partbred Stallions Four-Years Old and up (class 43) – Open to RIDSH stallions four years old and older.

Partbred In-Hand Championship - Open to horses who received a first or second place ribbon in classes 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43.

Junior Handler (44) Open to handlers 18 years and under. Handlers may handle yearlings, two year olds, three year olds, mares, and geldings (stallions not permitted). To be judged on handling technique and turnout of horse and handler. Competitors to be judged over the duration of the show on barn management and etiquette, handling technique
and turnout of horse and handler. Handlers are required to braid their own horses. Handlers to wear a helmet if handling a yearling, two year old or three year old.

Youngstock Utility: (45) Purebred and Partbred horses ages yearling to three year old will be judged over a series of obstacles which could include walking over a tarp, backing through an L, having an umbrella opened, or opening a gate. To be judged on relaxed navigation through the course.

The Snowford Bellman Award - Open to all horses and handlers; not open to professional handlers. The intent of this award is to recognize a special relationship between the handler and their horse. This award is to be presented to the combination that may not be a winning one, but the partnership
has demonstrated their best abilities in showmanship, presence, turnout and training. To be judged by the Irish Judges over the course of the In-Hand classes during the show.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 (con't)

Jumper Classes follow In-Hand Classes

73. Puddle Jumpers 2'
74. Puddle Jumpers 2'

Puddle Jumpers Championship

75. Baby Jumpers 2'6"
76. Baby Jumpers 2'6"

Baby Jumpers Championship

78. Level One Jumpers 2'9" - 3'0"
79. Level One Jumpers 2'9" - 3'0"

Level One Jumpers Championship

80. Junior Jumpers 2'9" - 3'0"
81. Junior Jumpers 2'9" - 3'0"

Junior Jumpers Championship

83. Level Two Jumpers 3'0" - 3'3"
84. Level Two Jumpers 3'0" - 3'3"

Level Two Jumpers Championship

86. Level Three Jumpers 3'3" - 3'6"
87. Level Three Jumpers 3'3" - 3'6"

Level Three Jumpers Championship
Overall Jumper Championship – Kilkelly Trophy

25. Calcutta Class
Saturday, September 24 at 7:00 PM

DEFINITIONS & DESCRIPTIONS:
Jumper Divisions

Puddle Jumpers (classes 73 and 74) - These two classes are for horses that are in their first or second year of showing over fences and must be able to jump 8 fences at 2'.

Baby Jumpers (classes 75 and 76) - These two classes are for horses that have not won a division championship at 2'6" or higher. Horses must be able to jump a course at 2'6".

Level One Jumpers (classes 78 and 79) - Horses will jump a course of fences at 2'9" – 3'

Junior Jumpers (80 and 81) Riders under 18 will jump a course of fences 2'9" – 3'

Level Two Jumpers (classes 83 and 84) - Horses will jump a course of fences at 3' – 3'3".

Level Three Jumpers (classes 86 and 87) - Horses will jump a course of fences at 3'3" – 3'6".

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2016

Hunter Classes begin at 8:30 am
(Classes 45-72)

45. Warm Up Class 2' and under
46. Warm Up Class 2'6"
47. First Timers Hunter Class 18"
48. Baby Green Hunter 2'
49. Baby Green Hunter 2'
50. Baby Green Hunter Hack

Baby Green Hunter Championship

51. Rusty Stirrup 2'
52. Rusty Stirrup 2'
53. Rusty Stirrup Hack

Rusty Stirrup Championship

54. Novice Hunter 2'6"
55. Novice Hunter 2'6"
56. Novice Hunter Hack

Novice Hunter Championship

57. Junior Hunter 3'
58.

Junior Hunter 3'

59. Junior Hunter Hack

Junior Hunter Championship

60. Foxhunter Turnout
61.

Foxhunter 3'

62.

Foxhunter 3'

63.

Foxhunter Hack

Foxhunter Championship

64. Warm Up 3'
65.

Low Hunter 3'

66.

Low Hunter 3'

67.

Low Hunter Hack

Low Hunter Championship

68. Working Hunter 3'3" - 3'6"
69.

Working Hunter 3'3" - 3'6"

70.

Working Hunter Hack

Working Hunter Championship - Aubergine Memorial Trophy

71. Purebred Irish Hunter – Glenogras Keepsake Challenge Trophy
72. Partbred Irish Hunter

Overall Hunter Championship - Glenlara Memorial Trophy

Supreme Purebred Performance Championship
– Rebel Yell Memorial Trophy

Supreme Partbred Performance Championship - Tully Cross Trophy

Overall Versatility Championship – T.G.S. Snowgoose Memorial Cup

Supreme Purebred Championship – The Irish Cup

DEFINITIONS & DESCRIPTIONS:
Hunter Divisions

Warm Up Class (class 46) – This class is for horses that are just beginning their careers; choice of either 18" or 2' fences.

First Timers Hunter (class 47) – This class is for horses that are just beginning their careers; they must be able to jump 6 fences at 18".

Baby Green Hunter (classes 48, 49, & 50) - This division is for horses that are in their first or second year of showing and must be able to jump 8 fences at 2' and walk, trot and canter in a group.

Rusty Stirrup (51, 52, & 53) This division is for riders that are novice riders or are have not ridden for a number of years. There will be 8 fences at 2' and a walk, trot, canter in a group.

Novice Hunter (classes 54, 55 & 56) - This division is for horses that have not won a division championship at 2'6" or higher. They will jump a regular hunter course at 2'6".

Junior Hunter 57, 58, & 59) Riders under age 18 will jump a course of fences at 3'.

Foxhunter Turnout (class 60) Both Horse and Rider will be judged on turnout. Attire and tack to be appropriate for the hunt field.

Foxhunter (61, 62, & 63) - Horses will jump 3' and may be asked to demonstrate hunter field skills (i.e., open/close a gate, drop a pole, lead over a fence, back 5-steps, etc.) Note that one fence will be taken at the discretion of the rider to best demonstrate their horse's suitability as a field hunter.

Low Hunter (classes 65, 66, & 67) – Horses will jump a hunter course of fences at 3'.

Working Hunter (44, 45, & 46) – Horses will jump a hunter course of fences at 3'3".

Purebred/Partbred Irish Hunters Horses (classes 47 and 48) – Horses to be shown under saddle at a walk, trot, canter, halt, back 5-steps, and hand gallop in both directions of the ring. A riding judge will mount and ride each horse. The horses may have their saddles removed, asked to be set up and shown in hand at the walk and trot for the conformation portion of the class.

CHAMPIONSHIPS:
Dressage Championships

  • Dressage Intro Level Championship
  • Dressage Training Level Championship
  • Dressage First Level Championship
  • Dressage Second Level Championship

Combined Test Championships

  • Combined Test Novice Level Championship
  • Combined Test Training Level Championship

Hunter Championships

  • Baby Green Hunter Championship
  • Rusty Stirrup Championship
  • Novice Hunter Championship
  • Hunter Pairs Championship
  • Low Hunter Championship
  • Junior Hunter Championship
  • Fox Hunter Championship
  • Working Hunter Championship – Aubergine Memorial Trophy

In-Hand Breed Championships

  • Purebred Foal Championship – The Sheepsbridge Trophy
  • Purebred Young Stock Championship – The Cotter Cup
  • Purebred Female Championship - Merry Moll Memorial Bowl
  • Purebred In Hand Championship – Snowford Challenge Plate
  • Partbred Foal Championship – Edward J. Reilly Memorial Trophy
  • Partbred Young Stock Championship – The Tack Box Trophy
  • Partbred In Hand Championship – Heritage Cup
  • Best In-Hand Combination of Horse/Amateur
    Handler – Snowford Bellman Trophy

Jumper Championships

  • Puddle Jumpers Championship
  • Baby Jumpers Championship
  • Level One Jumpers Championship
  • Junior Jumper Championship
  • Level Two Jumpers Championship
  • Level Three Jumpers Championship

Additional Overall and Supreme Championships

  • Overall Dressage Championship – KEC Double Diamond Trophy
  • Overall Combined Test Championship – Brandenburg's Windstar Trophy
  • Overall Hunter Championship – Glenlara Memorial Trophy
  • Overall Jumper Championship – Kilkelly Trophy
  • Overall Versatility Championship – T.G.S. Snowgoose Memorial Cup
  • Distance Award
  • Supreme Purebred Performance Championship – Rebel Yell Memorial Trophy
  • Supreme Partbred Performance Championship – Tully Cross Trophy
  • Supreme Purebred Championship – The Irish Cup

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