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Osceola County 4-H Qualifying Horse Show- Sunday, March 3rd, 2019

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Lake X Kirchman Foundation, Inc.

7555 Old Melbourne Highway

St. Cloud, FL 34771

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Please read all of the information below prior to registration. Registration for the event will close February 22nd.

The Osceola County 4-H Qualifying Show is required for any Osceola County 4-H Horse Program particiapnt who is planning to attend Area East (D). Gates open at 7:30 am. Helmets are mandatory.

Volunteers:

Each family that participates in the horse show is required to have someone volunteer on their behalf. Volunteers will need to be at Lake X at 7:30 on show date. List the volunteer's name and e-mail below. Roles will be assigned and shared before show date. Possible volunteer roles include: registration, set-up, ring crew, timing, ring steward, check-in, open-close gate. If the volunteer has a preference, please list it below.

Show Requirements:

  • All participants must register for thier age appropriate showmanship class.
  • Participants can regsiter for a maximum of 8 classes unless in walk/trot, 7 in addition to the required showmanship class.
  • Walk/Trot participants may register for walk-trot classes and ground/ in-hand classes.

Age Divisions:

  • Juniors are 8‐10 as of September l of the current 4‐H year.
  • Intermediates (11‐13 as of September l of the current 4‐H year) have the option of competing in either the Junior or Senior division. Intermediates may qualify for Regionals provided they compete and qualify in the Senior Division in both the Area and State shows. Intermediates who do not wish to compete for potential qualification for Regionals should enter the Junior division at the Area show. Juniors, and Intermediates competing at the Junior level, will not be permitted to participate in competition beyond state level.
  • Seniors must be 14 years old on or before September l of the current 4‐H year.

Awards:

  • Individual placing 1st-6th will be made. Contestants will be given 1st-6th place rosettes.
  • 1st-6th place will also have a point value. These points will determine the High Point Awards. Point values are:
    • 1st place - 6 points
    • 2nd place - 5 points
    • 3rd place - 4 points
    • 4th place - 3 points
    • 5th place - 2 points
    • 6th place - 1 point
    • If there are fewer than 6 in a class these points will be adjusted accordingly.
  • High Point Awards will be given as follows:
    • High Point for each Junior, Intermediate, Senior
    • Reserve High Point for each Junior, Intermediate, Senior
    • NOTE: All eight of the exhibitor's classes count towards the appropriate age division high point awards.

Classes

  1. Grooming & Conditioning
  2. Halter Mares
  3. Halter Geldings
  4. Mini Halter
  5. Junior Showmanship
  6. Intermediate Showmanship
  7. Senior Showmanship
  8. Walk-Trot English Pleasure**
  9. Walk-Trot English Equitation**
  10. Jr./ Int. Hunter Under Saddle (13 & under)
  11. Sr. Hunter Under Saddle (14-18)
  12. Jr./Int. Hunter Equitation on the Flat (13 & under)
  13. Sr. Hunter Equitation on the Flat (1418)
  14. Dressage (18 & under)
  15. Hunter Hackcross rails (18 & under) Rider can select 2’3” or 2’6”
  16. Hunter Cross Poles-4 Jumps (18 & under)
  17. Equitation over Fences (18 & under)*
  18. Walk-Trot Western Pleasure (18 & under)**
  19. WalkTrot Western Horsemanship (18 & under)**
  20. Jr./Int. Western Pleasure (13 & under)
  21. Sr. Western Pleasure (14 18)
  22. Jr./Int. Western Horsemanship (13 & under)
  23. Sr. Western Horsemanship (14 18)
  24. Reining (18 & under)
  25. Ranch Riding (18 & under)
  26. WalkTrot Trail (18 & under) **
  27. Jr./Int. Western Trail (13 & under)
  28. Sr. Western Trail (14 18)
  29. Ranch Trail
  30. Miniature Obstacle Course
  31. Jr./Int. Barrel Race (13 & under)
  32. Sr. Barrel Race (14 18)
  33. Jr./Int. Pole Bending (13 & under)
  34. Sr. Pole Bending (14 18)
  35. Stake Race
  36. Keyhole

There will be a 30 min. lunch break – time to be determined on the day of the show.

*To compete in Hunter Equitation Over Fences, youth must compete in Hunter Hack or Hunter Cross Poles to compete in this class. If we feel that a youth may be unfit due to safety to compete in Hunter Equtation Over Fences, we will pull the youth from the class.

**If you are in Walk-Trot classes you may not enter speed classes.

**Walk-Trot exhibitors may not have a cantering or loping experience prior to day of show.

Note: The P.A. system is used to help the show move as smoothly as possible, but is only a courtesy. It is the responsibility of the contestants to know when they are required to be in the make‐up area or arena. Not hearing or understanding gate calls, etc. is NOT an excuse for missing one’s order of work, heat, or class.

If you have any questions about rules, please visit the Florida 4-H Area and State Horse Shows-Official Rules 2019 http://www.animal.ufl.edu/youth/horse/documents/HorseRules.pdf.

Gates open at 7:30 am.

You must pre-register. No on site registration.

If you have any questions you may contact Jessica Sprain at 321-697-3000 jsprain@ufl.edu or Brittany Justesen at brittanyjustesen@ufl.edu.

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Lake X Kirchman Foundation, Inc.

7555 Old Melbourne Highway

St. Cloud, FL 34771

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