It was brought to our attention that M&S was not listing our shows on their event schedule. This has been corrected! The next update to the M&S website will be tomorrow evening, 6/13/13 and our dates will be included in the schedule at that time.
We are offering the following M&S Classes:
Smartpak Children's Medal 3' M&S Adult Medal 3'
M&S Children's Sm/Med Pony Medal 2' and Large Pony Medal 2'6" M&S Children's Medal 2'6" M&S Adult Medal 2'6"
M&S Children's Hunter Classic (combined horse and pony, to be split if 3 entries in each section) M&S Adult Hunter Classic (3')
We will have a rack of clothing for sale (show shirts, jackets, breeches, boots from brands such as Grand Prix, Tailored Sportsman, RJ Classics and Beval in an array of sizes). All prices will be very reasonable and offers accepted. Please see Paula at the grass ring ingate with inquiries.
Look for our show online at www.horseshowing.com. It will be online shortly and we are able to accept entries through the website.
CT TRAINING HUNTER DIVISION
The Evergreen Hunters will now be run in 3 sections as the CT Training Hunters (non-rated in June). They will not receive points for this show but should receive points for CHSA starting in July. UPDATE 6/12/13: We have been approved for CHSA recognition of this division for all shows from 7/14/13 through October. This means points acrrued in this division will count toward a CHSA year-end award from 7/14 on.
Sections offered: Level A (Sand Ring-18”), Level B: 2’, Level C: 2’3” and Level D: 2’6”
Rules: Open to all horses or ponies. No age limitations and no rider restrictions. No restriction of horse/pony/rider into other divisions if otherwise eligible. To be judged on performance, soundness, suitability and manners. Simple lead changes and/or trotting in corners are permitted. To be shown over a hunter type course.
The same horse/rider combination may not compete in more than one section at the same show.
Starting at the June 15, 2013 show, all pleasure divisions at The Pines (excluding CHSA and NEHC pleasure) will have 3 classes. The championship will now be awarded based on points earned throughout the three classes.
See below for a revised schedule for the next two horse shows.