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									                         HAVERHILL FARMS                                                           Visit our website at www.haverhillfarms under competition dates
                    MHJA REGULAR MEMBER SHOW                                                                    for addition prize lists and entry forms
                         HELD AT WIN-A-GIN                                                                          or visit www.horseshowing.com
                          MAY 28 – 30, 2010
                        USEF LOCAL MEMBER                                                                                 RULES AND REGULATIONS
                            MAY 30, 2010
OFFICIALS:                                                                               1.   Haverhill Farms/Win-A-Gin will not be responsible in any way for loss or damage to any
                                                                                              person, animal, property and equipment. Each exhibitor shall assume all liability and hold
                                                                                              harmless Haverhill Farms and Win-A-Gin for any loss, damage or injury to any person,
JUDGES:                    Bob Tweedlie – Carmel, IN
                                                                                              animal or equipment that may be caused by any horse or pony entered by them or due to
                           Robin Bode – Fort Wayne, IN
                                                                                              carelessness or negligence of the persons in charge of such horse/pony or any of their
                                                                                              subordinates or superiors.
STEWARD:                   Rosemary Herman
                           Metamora, MI
                                                                                         2.   All entry forms must be signed and accompanied by remittance for all fees. Make checks
                                                                                              payable to Haverhill Farms. STALL FEES ARE NOT REFUNDABLE UNDER ANY
SHOW MANAGER:              Harry Klentner
                                                                                              CIRCUMSTANCES. A processing fee of $35.00, plus collection fees, will be made for any
CO-MANAGERS:               Tara Golaszewski
                                                                                              non-negotiable checks.
ANNOUNCER:                 Alice Raden
                                                                                         3.   Horses entered may be scratched by written notice, presented or mailed to the horse show. No
                                                                                              veterinarian’s certificate is required. This written notice must be in the possession of the show
SECRETARYS:                Kymm Goemaere
                                                                                              secretary one hour prior to the class or classes involved. When valid notice of a scratch is
                                                                                              received, the entry fee will be refunded or credited to the entry. Once the class or classes have
COURSE DESIGNERS:          Tara Golaszewski
                                                                                              been started, horses, which are not shown, will forfeit their fees, except if a horse becomes ill
                                                                                              or injured prior to the class or classes in which they have entered. In this case, a scratch sheet
EMT:                       Janine Wells
                                                                                              must be received by the secretary for a refund. EXHIBITORS-PLEASE DO YOUR OWN
                                                                                              PAPERWORK.
RULES/GRIEVANCES:          Julie Agar, Mary Alder, Scott Alder, Suz Bates, Paula
                           Berbaum, Jennifer Blades, Joylee Bridges, Dorothy
                                                                                         4.   Stall Fees are $85.00 per stall. Reservations are accepted on a “first pay, first serve basis”.
                           Campbell, TJ Campbell, Sandi Carlton, Donna Caston, Paula
                                                                                              Stalls will not be reserved without a check. Please call early; all stall reservations must be
                           Crampton, Diane Ferris, Jennifer George, Tara Golaszewski,
                                                                                              made no later than one week before a show. Stabling consists of 10x10 stalls with stall gates.
                           Nerice Gulino, Jennifer Hallman, Cathy Johnson, Sally King,
                                                                                              Stalls will be available on Schooling Day at 9:00 AM. If you wish to arrive early, you must
                           Gary King, Harry Klentner, Colleen Kollar, Rachel Kotowicz,
                                                                                              make arrangements with management, Sally King, by calling 248-628-2296. When making
                           Lisa Oberg, Cynthia Petherbridge, Debbie Proulx, Val
                           Sammut, Joann Scheller, Debra Shinkle, Jenny Steinmetz,            stall reservations, please indicate if shavings are needed and indicate amount,
                           Courtney Vaive, Gerri Vindischman, Tim Wright                      additional fees will be applied per bag.

STABLE MANAGER:            Sally King                                                    5.   ENTRIES CLOSE ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE SHOW. AFTER THOSE DATES,
                           Win-A-Gin Phone Number: (248)-628-2296                             THERE WILL BE A LUMP SUM $25.00 POST ENTRY FEE APPLIED TO YOUR
                                                                                              ACCOUNT. There is also a $5.00 “RODE NOT ENTERED” (RNE) fee applied for riders
VETERINARIAN: (ON CALL)    Dr. Ryker and Associates (248) 627-2815 – ON CALL                  who add a class without filling out a add slip with the secretary. (You cannot add a class with
                                                                                              the starter)

FARRIER:                   Jeff Smith – Equine Excellence                                6.   The horse show office will be open one hour before the start of each show day and will open
                           (810) 543-0766                                                     at 10:00 AM on Schooling Day.

ENTRY FEES:                $18.00 PER CLASS                                              7.   Entry fees are $18.00 per class, except for the MHJA Medal classes which are $20.00 per
MHJA MEDAL ENTRY FEE:      $20.00 PER MHJA MEDAL CLASSES                                      Medal class, and the USEF Medal and the ASPCA MaClay classes, which are $30.00. All
STALL FEES:                $85.00 PER STALL                                                   prize money won will be deducted from entry fees. Prize money exceeding the amount of the
EMT FEES:                  $6.00 PER HORSE/RIDER COMBINATION                                  entry fees due will be paid through the show office within 30 days following the horse show.
USEF FEDERATION FEE:       $17.00 PER RIDER
                           ($7.00 Drugs & Medication / $8.00 USEF/ $2.00 USHJA)          8.   Sunday, May 30, 2010 is a USEF Local Member Show. Every class offered herin, which is
USEF MEDAL ENTRY FEE:      $30.00                                                             covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF Rulebook, will be conducted and
ASPCA MACLAY ENTRY FEE:    $30.00                                                             judged in accordance therewith. Ribbon placing will be through 8th place for all Hunter and
                                                                                              Hunt Seat Equitation classes (GR1113.3).

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE KING FAMILY AND WIN-A-GIN FARMS FOR HOSTING THE                    9.   Footing in schooling ring is sand. Show rings are all weather and the sizes are 246x142
                            HAVERHILL FARM SHOW                                               for the North Ring and 246x122 for the South Ring
GREAT FOOD AVAILABLE AT THE “IN GATE” RESTAURANT!!
10.   All riders in medal classes must show their MHJA, USEF or ASPCA membership cards                                        CLASS SPECIFICATIONS: REGULAR MEMBER
      to the show secretary. If these cards are not in your possession, you will be required to
      sign an affidavit with the show secretary.                                                                 * All Classes will be judged on performance and soundness unless otherwise noted*

11.   EMT fee is $6.00 per horse/rider combination.                                                     HUNTER DIVISION: Course will simulate fences found in the hunting field such as: brush walls,
                                                                                                        in-and-outs, oxers, post and rails, aiken and panels. Extreme speed will be penalized. All under
12.   Camper fee is $80.00 (Pay Win-A-Gin Directly)                                                     saddle classes will be shown at a walk, trot and canter both ways in the ring. Light contact on the
                                                                                                        horse’s mouth is required and the horses must be obedient, alert, responsive and move freely.
13.   There will be a $40.00 per horse, per day, grounds fee for horses showing or schooling            Martingales are not permitted in any under saddle class. Champion and Reserve Champion will be
        out of trailers.                                                                                awarded convenient to the last class in each section according to MHJA rules.

14.   Non-Showing horses will be charged a $45.00 fee, in addition to the stall fee.                    Warm-Up Classes: Open to all horses and riders.

15.   No “hors Concurs” in any classes are allowed. USEF Federation fee is $17.00 per                   Baby Green Hunter: Open to horses in their first year of showing over fences of any height at any
      rider.     ($7.00 drug & medication fee / $8.00 USEF fee/$2.00 USHJA fee)                         recognized horse show. Horses may compete in Baby Green Hunter and Very Green Hunter divisions
                                                                                                        during the same year.
16.   Horses will be allowed in the show rings only during specified hours.                             Fence height 2’6” -2’9”

17.   Management reserves the right to combine, divide or cancel classes if entries warrant             First Year Green Hunter: A First Year Green Working Hunter is a horse of any age in its first year
      or refuse any entry.                                                                              of showing over fences of any height. Horses may show in classes in which the fence height does not
                                                                                                        exceed 2’9” for one show year and still be eligible to compete in the first year green division the
                                                                                                        following show year. Horses may compete in under saddle classes and equitation on the flat classes
18.   Protective Headgear: All riders must wear an ASTM/SEI approved helmet while mounted
                                                                                                        without affecting their Green Status. Open to all riders.
      anywhere on the show grounds. Haverhill Farms, Win-A-Gin and the MHJA and USEF make
                                                                                                        Fence height 3’
      no representation or warranty, expressed or implied, about any protective headgear, and
      cautions riders that serious injury may result despite wearing protective headgear as all
                                                                                                        Second Year Green Hunter: A Second Year Green Working Hunter is a horse of any age in its
      equestrian sports involve an intrinsic element of risk.
                                                                                                        second year of showing over fences of any height. Open to all riders.
                                                                                                        Fence height 3’3”
19.   No smoking laws will be enforced. Smoking is not allowed in any stabling area      including
      the indoor ring.
                                                                                                        Regular Working Hunter: Open to horses of any age regardless of their showing experience. Open
                                                                                                        to all riders.
20.   Dogs must be kept on a leash or in your tack room at all times while on the show grounds.
                                                                                                        Fence height 3’6”
21.   In some classes, the “Courtesy Circle” area may be restricted by a mandatory line. This will be
                                                                                                        Non-Professional Hunter: Open to all Adult and Junior riders. Not open to professionals.
      indicated on the course diagram and physically in the ring.
                                                                                                        Fence height 3’
22.   “Orders of Go” will be posted in all Medal classes
                                                                                                        Junior Working Hunter: Open to all junior riders. Division is divided into 14 & under and 15-17
                                                                                                        years. May be combined if entries warrant. (see Article 192)
23.   Competition management shall place a minimum of one sharps container per each
                                                                                                        Fence heights 3’ to 3’3”
      competition, whether or not stabling is provided. Additionally, at least one sharps
      container per fifty occupied stalls for the disposal of needles and other disposable sharp
                                                                                                        Children’s Hunter: Open to all junior riders. This division is not open to any riders who have
      instruments in convenient locations in barns housing competition horses. Competition
                                                                                                        shown in classes which require the rider to jump 3’6” or higher. Competing in classes 3’6” or higher
      management may fine any individuals including trainers, owners, exhibitors, or their
                                                                                                        will make a rider immediately ineligible for this division. Riders in this division may cross enter into
      agents up to $100 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable instruments.
                                                                                                        the MHJA Junior Hunter division (14 & under or 15-17 years) during the current show year, however
                                                                                                        riders then become ineligible to compete in the MHJA Children’s Hunter division the following show
YOUR SIGNATURE ON THE ENCLOSED ENTRY FORM CONSTITUTES THAT YOU
                                                                                                        season.
HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT (1994 PUBLIC
                                                                                                        Fence Heights 2’9” to 3’
HOUSE BILL NO. 5006)
                                                                                                        Open Adult Hunter: Open to adult riders. Riders may not cross enter into the Limit Adult
WARNING! UNDER THE MICHIGAN EQUINE ACTIVITY LIABILITY ACT, AN
                                                                                                        Hunter Division at the same show. Not open to professionals
EQUINE PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE FOR AN INJURY TO OR THE DEATH OF
                                                                                                        Fence height 3” to 3”3”
A PARTICIPANT IN AN EQUINE ACTIVITY RESULTING FROM AN INHERENT RISK
OF EQUINE ACTIVITY.
                                                                                                        Low Hunter: Open to all riders, including professionals. Fence heights will be adjusted.
EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE RULES AND
SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT FEDERATION RULE BOOK WILL BE
CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH.
                                                                                                       JUMPER DIVISION: Courses in the jumper classes may consist of any combination of the
Novice Ridden Junior Hunter: Open to junior and adult riders who have not won three blue               following: Brush, gates, oxers, posts and rails, walls, panels and coops. Ties for other than first
ribbons over fences in hunter classes at MHJA Regular Member shows. In addition, riders may            place will be decided by the time taken in the first round. A Champion and Reserve Champion
not have won 15 points in recognized hunter classes at USEF shows. (see Article 159) Riders            title will be awarded to the two horses, which have acquired the most points in each jumper
winning 15 USEF points are immediately ineligible to compete in this division. Riders in this          section. In an event of a tie, the award will be made jointly. To be judged table II unless
division may not cross enter into the Junior Working Hunter 14 & under or 15-17 years divisions.       otherwise noted.
In addition, riders may not have shown in any classes that require riders to jump 3’3” or higher.
Competing in classes 3’3” or higher will make a rider immediately ineligible for this division         Training Jumper: Open to all Fence height 3’ (level 1)
(EXCEPTION: Riders may compete in the Children’s Hunter division and Classic at USEF shows).
Fence height 2’6” to 2’9”                                                                              MHJA Low Children’s/Adult Jumper: Open to junior and adult riders. Riders in this division
                                                                                                       may not cross enter into the High Children’s/Adult division at the same show on the same
Limit Adult Hunter: Open to adult riders. Riders may not cross enter into the MHJA Open                horse. However, they may cross enter on a different horse at the same show. Riders may not
Adult Hunter division at the same horse show. In addition, riders may not show in any classes          cross enter into the Modified Jumper division on any horse. Not open to Professionals.
that require the rider to jump 3’3” or higher at the same horse show. Not open to Professionals.       Fence height 3’ (Level 0-1)
Fence height 2’9” to 3’
                                                                                                       MHJA High Children’s/Adult Jumper: Open to junior and adult riders. Riders may not cross
Novice Ridden Adult Hunter: Open to adult riders who have not won three blue ribbons over              enter into the Low Children’s/Adult Jumper at the same show on the same horse. However,
fences in hunter classes at MHJA Regular Member shows. In addition, riders may not have won            they may cross enter on a different horse at the same show. Not open to Professionals.
15 points in recognized hunter classes at USEF shows. (see Article 159) Riders winning 15 USEF         Fence height 3’3” to 3’6” (Level 2-3)
points are immediately ineligible to compete in this division. Riders may not have shown in any
classes that require the rider to jump 3’3” or higher. Competing in classes 3’3” or higher will make   Low Schooling Jumper: Open to all horses and riders. Open to all tables, recommended there be
the rider immediately ineligible for this division (EXCEPTION: Riders in this division may cross       a Table V offered. Fence height 2’9” (Level 0)
enter into the Adult Amateur Hunter Division and Classic at USEF recognized shows). Riders in this
division may not cross enter into the MHJA Open Adult Hunter Division. Not open to                     Schooling Jumper: Open to all horses and riders. Fences to be a maximum of 3’6” in the first
professionals.                                                                                         round and maximum 3’9” in the final jump off. Spreads not to exceed 4’ (Level 2-3)
Fence height 2’6” to 2’9”
                                                                                                       Modified Jumper: Open to all horses and riders. Fence heights 4’ maximum with spreads not to
Schooling Hunter: Open to all.                                                                         exceed the height of the fence. (Level 4-5)

Adult Hunter 36 & over: Open to adult riders age 36 & over. Riders may cross enter into the            EQUITATION DIVISION: All classes to judged on seat, hands, guidance and control of the
Novice Adult or Limited Adult Hunter Divisions, but not both. Riders may not cross enter into          mount. Six ribbons awarded for each equitation class.
the Open Adult Hunter or the Open Adult Equitation divisions. In addition, riders may not enter
any classes that require the rider to jump 3’3” or higher at the same horse show.                      Open Junior Equitation 14 & Under: Open to all junior riders 14 years and under.
Fence height 2’6”                                                                                      Fence height not to exceed 3’0” Tests 1-8 over fences, 1-5 ,8 on the flat (Rule XII)

Adult Hunter 18-35 – Open to adult riders 18-35 years of age. Riders may cross enter into the          Open Junior Equitation 15-17 Years: Open to all junior riders 15-17 years of age.
Novice Adult Hunter (if qualified), OR the Limit Adult Hunter divisions at the same show.              Fence height not to exceed 3’3” Tests 1-19 (Rule XII) All tests must be on the flat.
However, they cannot compete in BOTH the Novice and Limit divisions at the same show. Riders
MAY NOT cross enter into Open Adult Hunter or Open Adult Equitation divisions. They may NOT            Limit Junior Equitation: Open to junior riders who have not won six blue ribbons in equitation
enter any class that requires the rider to jump 3’3” or higher at the same show.                       classes over fences at MHJA Regular Member and USEF shows. (see Article 159). This division is
Fence height 2’6”                                                                                      not open to any riders who have shown in classes which require the rider to jump 3’6” or higher.
                                                                                                       Competing in classes 3’6” or higher will make a rider immediately ineligible for this division.
Beginner Adult Hunter: Open to Adult riders who have not won three blue ribbons in a                   Riders in this division may cross enter into the MHJA Open Equitation divisions.
recognized hunter class over fences at MHJA,MHSA or USEF shows prior to October 1 st of the            Fence heights 2’9” to 3’ No tests over fences, tests 1-5, 8 on the flat (Rule XII)
preceding year, but do retain their Beginner status for the show year. Rider’s having won in the
Beginner division will not lose their Novice status. Rider’s may NOT cross enter into classes that     Novice Junior Equitation: Open to all junior riders who have not won three blue ribbons in
require jumping 2’6” or higher (class may be combined with the Beginner Junior division if             equitation classes at MHJA Regular member shows. In addition, they may not have won 15
warranted.)                                                                                            points in recognized equitation classes at USEF shows. (see Article 159). Riders winning 15
Fence height 2’0” to 2’3”                                                                              USEF points will make a rider immediately ineligible for this division. This division is not open
                                                                                                       to any riders who have shown in classes that require the rider to jump 3’3” or higher. Competing
Beginner Junior Hunter: Open to Junior riders who have not won three blue ribbons in a                 in classes 3’3” or higher will make the rider immediately ineligible for this division
recognized hunter classes over fences at MHJA, MHSA or USEF shows prior to October 1 st of the         (EXCEPTION: Riders may enter into the Children’s Hunter Division & Classic at USEF shows).
preceding year, but do retain their beginner status for the show year. Rider’s having won in the       Riders in this division may enter the Limit Equitation division. Riders in this division may not
Beginner division will not lose their Novice, Primary or Short Stirrup status. Rider’s may NOT         cross enter into the Open Equitation divisions (14 & under, 15-17 years and Open Medal).
cross enter into classes that require jumping 2’3” or higher. Fence height 2’0” to 2’3”                Riders may enter the young Riders Medal.
                                                                                                       Fence heights 2’6” to 2’9” No tests over fences, tests 1-5, 8 on the flat (Rule XII)
Open Adult Equitation: Open to all adult riders. Not open to professionals.                                                                           MEDALS
Fence height 3’ Tests 1-9 (Rule XII)
                                                                                                         General: Open to all current MHJA Junior and Adult members in good standings. To qualify
Limit Adult Equitation: Open to adult riders who have not won six blue ribbons in equitation             For the final medal ride-off a rider must win one blue ribbon in the qualifying class or two red
classes over fences at MHJA Regular Member and USEF shows. (see Article 159). This division is           ribbons in the qualifying class (riders may continue to compete). A rider who wins the final
not open to riders who have shown in classes that require the rider to jump 3’6” or higher. Competing    medal ride off class two times in no longer eligible to compete in that medal except for the
in classes 3’6” or higher will make a rider immediately ineligible to compete in this division. Riders   Young Rider’s Medal and Open Adult Medal. Ribbons won in Medal classes does not affect a
in this division may cross enter into the MHJA Open Equitation divisions. Not open to                    rider’s eligibility in equitation classes. Winning a Limit Medal Ride-Off class does not
professionals.                                                                                           automatically eliminate a rider from the Limit Equitation division, unless this is the riders’
Fence height 2’9” No tests over fences, tests 1-5, 8 on the flat (Rule XII)                              sixth blue ribbon. Two or more tests of the top four competitors are required. Only one rider per
                                                                                                         horse. To fill a class, four competitors must complete the course.
Novice Adult Equitation: Open to adult riders who have not won three blue ribbons in equitation
classes at MHJA Regular member shows. In addition, they may not have won 15 points in                    MHJA Open Junior Medal: Open to all current MHJA junior members.
recognized equitation classes USEF shows. (see Article 159). Riders winning 15 USEF points are           Fence heights not to exceed 3’3” Test 1-19 (Rule XII)
immediately ineligible to compete in this division. This division is not open to any riders who have
shown in classes that require a rider to jump 3’3” or higher. Competing in classes 3’3” or higher will   MHJA Limit Junior Medal: Open to current MHJA Junior members who fulfill the same
make a rider immediately ineligible for this division (EXCEPTION: Riders may enter into the Adult        requirements as outlined in article 181. Riders may cross enter into the Open Junior Medal.
Hunter division & Classic at USEF shows). Riders may not cross enter into the Open Equitation            Not open to professionals.
divisions. Riders may cross enter into the Limit Equitation division. Not open to Professionals.         Fences not to exceed 3’0”Test 1-8, 10-11 (Rule XII)
Fence height 2’6” to 2’9” No tests over fences, tests 1-5, 8 on the flat. (Rule XII).
                                                                                                         MHJA Young Riders Medal: Open to current MHJA Junior riders 14 years of age and under.
Beginner Junior Equitation: Open to Junior rider’s who have not won three blue ribbons in a              Riders may compete on ponies, but the course will not be adjusted.
recognized equitation class at MHJA, MHSA or USEF shows prior to October 1 st of the preceding           Fence heights not to exceed 2’9” Tests 1-8, 10 (Rule XII)
year, but riders do retain their Beginner status for the current year. Rider’s who have won will not
lose their Novice, Primary or Short Stirrup status. Rider’s having won 3 blue ribbons in Beginning       MHJA Open Adult Medal: Open to all current MHJA adult members. No professionals.
Equitation on the flat is still eligible to compete in the Beginning Equitation over fences classes.     Fence heights not to exceed 3’ Tests 1-19 (Rule XII)
This division is not open to any riders who have shown in any Open Hunter or Equitation divisions
at MHJA, MHSA or USEF Pony or Regular Member shows. Open Divisions include: MHJA,                        MHJA Limit Adult Medal: Open to current MHJA adult members who fulfill the same
MHSA and USEF Pony Medals, Small, Medium, or Large Pony hunter divisions, Pony Equitation                eligibility requirements as outlined in Article 185. Riders may cross enter into the MHJA
11 & Under or 12 – 17 years, junior and any Adult Hunters, Junior Equitation 14 & Under or 15-17         Open Adult Medal. Not open to professionals.
years or any Adult Equitation, MHJA Open Junior or any Adult Medal, and USEF Medals. Riders              Fence height 2’9” Tests 1-8, 10 (Rule XII)
may NOT cross enter into any classes that require jumping 2’6” or higher at any MHJA Regular
Member or USEF shows. Jumping 2’6” or higher will make a rider immediately ineligible for this           MHJA Adult/Junior Mini Medal: Open to Junior/Adult riders who have not won 3 blue ribbons in
division.                                                                                                a recognized Equitation class at MHJA, MHSA, or USEF shows prior to October 1, of the preceding
Fence heights 2’0” to 2’3” No Oxers or In and Outs, Single jumps only on the Diagonal.                   year. Riders may not have shown in any Open Hunter or Equitation divisions at MHJA, MHSA, or
                                                                                                         USEF Pony or Regular Member shows. Riders MAY NOT cross enter into any divisions that require
Beginner Adult Equitation: Open to Adult rider’s who have not won three blue ribbons in a                jumping 2’6” or higher. Jumping 2’6” or higher will make a rider immediately ineligible for this
recognized equitation class at MHJA, MHSA or USEF shows prior to October 1 st of the preceding           division. Fence Height: 2’0” Test 1-6, (No Oxers/ In& Outs) Will not be combined with any other
year, but riders do retain their Beginner status for the current year. Rider’s who have won will not     medal classes.
lose their Novice, Primary or Short Stirrup status. Rider’s having won 3 blue ribbons in Beginning
Equitation on the flat is still eligible to compete in the Beginning Equitation over fences classes.     ASPCA Horsemanship Class: See USEF Rule Book for Specifications.
This division is not open to any riders who have shown in any Open Hunter or Equitation divisions
at MHJA, MHSA or USEF Pony or Regular Member shows. Open Divisions include: MHJA,                        PESSOA/USEF Medal: See USEF Rule Book for Specifications.
MHSA and USEF Pony Medals, Small, Medium, or Large Pony hunter divisions, Pony Equitation
11 & Under or 12 – 17 years, junior and any Adult Hunters, Junior Equitation 14 & Under or 15-17           Haverhill Farms would like to give a very special “Thanks” to the following
years or any Adult Equitation, MHJA Open Junior or any Adult Medal, and USEF Medals. Riders
may NOT cross enter into any classes that require jumping 2’6” or higher at any MHJA Regular
                                                                                                                                           sponsors:
Member or USEF shows. Jumping 2’6” or higher will make a rider immediately ineligible for this
division.                                                                                                Rochester Hills Stable and Tack                            Fritz Eeden Studio
Fence heights 2’0” to 2’3” No Oxers or In and Outs, Single jumps only on the Diagonal                    Amberway Stable                                            Diana Hadsall Photography
                                                                                                         Select Underwriters                                        Devoucoux Saddles
Low Adult Equitation: Open to Adult riders who have not shown in classes that require the rider to
jump 3’3” or higher at the same show. Riders may NOT cross enter into the Open Adult Equitation          Wyldewood Tack and Trailer                                 Equine Gatherings
or Open Adult Hunter at the same show.                                                                   The Sporthorse Saddlery                                    Debra Matthews, artist
Fence height 2’6” , No tests                                                                             Arizona Saddlery of Clarkston
                       FEDERATION ENTRY AGREEMENT

By entering a Federation-licensed Competition and signing this entry blank as the
Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider, Handler, Vaulter or
 Longeur and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and
agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules of The United States
Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) and the local rules of the competition.
I
 agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and the competition. I
 will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising
 under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the
 Federation, their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the
 Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the rules, and
 every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and
 in consideration of acceptance of entry, the Federation and/or the competition may
 use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cable-casts, or other likenesses of me and
my horse taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or
benefit of the competition, sport, or the Federation. Those likenesses shall not be used
 to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize
amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in
 connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy,
 right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of
Federation rules are governed by the State of New York, and any action instituted
against the Federation must be filed in New York State. See GR908.4.

Motorized Vehicle Statement
In accordance with GR1301.7: 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. Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against the
parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainer(s) who are responsible for the child committing
the offense. Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s),
and/or trainer(s) from the competition grounds for the remainder of the competition
and charges being filed against any of the above individuals in accordance with
Chapter 6. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices for individuals with
disabilities are exempt from this rule.
                                                                 HAVERHILL FARMS – REGULAR MEMBER SHOW
                                                                              AT WIN-A-GIN


                                                            Saturday North Ring 8:00 AM                                    Sunday North Ring 8:00 AM
Friday North Ring 12:00 PM
                                                            31. Warm-Up 2’9” – 3’                  *Open Thru Class 35 *   77. Low Schooling Jumper II 2.2(b) 2’9”
1.   Low Schooling Jumper II 2.2(b) 2’9”                    32. Limit Adult Equitation O/F 2’9”                            78. Training Jumper II 2.2(b) 2’9” – 3’
2.   Training Jumper II 2.2(b) 2’9” – 3’                    33. Limit Adult Equitation – Flat                              79. Low Children/Adult Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’
3.   Low Children/Adult Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’                 34. Open Adult Equitation – Flat                               80 High Children/Adult Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’3” – 3’6”
4.   High Children/Adult Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’3” – 3’6”       35. Open Adult Equitation O/F 3’                               81. Pessoa USEF Hunter Seat Medal
5.   Schooling Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’6”                        36. MHJA Open Junior Medal 3’3”                                82. Schooling Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’6”
6.   Modified Jumper II 2.2(b) 4’                           37. MHJA Open Adult Medal 3’                                   83. Modified Jumper II 2.2(b) 4’
                                                            38. MHJA Limit Junior Medal 3’                                 84. ASPCA Maclay Horsemanship Class
Friday North Ring – Not Before 3:00 PM                      39. MHJA Limit Adult Medal 2’9”                                85. Warm-Up 2’6” – 2’9”
                                                            40. MHJA Young Rider Medal 2’9”                                86. Novice Adult Equitation O/F 2’6” – 2’9”
7. Warm-Up 3’                                               41. Low Schooling Jumper II 2.2(b) 2’9”                        87. Novice Junior Equitation O/F 2’6” – 2’9”
8. Junior Equitation 14 & Under O/F 3’                      42. Training Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’                               88. Limit Junior Equitation O/F 2’9” – 3’0”
9. Junior Equitation 14 & Under - Flat                      43. Low Children/Adult Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’                     89. Low Adult Equitation O/F 2’6”
10. Junior Equitation 15 – 17 years - Flat                  44. High Children/Adult Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’3”                  90. Beginner Junior Equitation O/F 2’0” – 2’3”
11. Junior Equitation 15 – 17 years O/F 3’3”                45. Schooling Jumper II 2.2(b) 3’6”                            91. Beginner Adult Equitation O/F 2’0” – 2’3”
                                                            46. Modified Jumper Ii 2.2(b) 4’                               92. MHJA Junior/Adult Mini Medal
Friday South Ring 8:00 AM                                                                                                  93. Novice Adult Equitation – Flat
                                                            Saturday South Ring 8:00 AM                                    94. Low Adult Equitation - Flat
12. Special Hunter O/F 2’6”                                                                                                95. Novice Junior Equitation – Flat
13. Baby Green Hunter O/F 2’6”                              47. Special Hunter O/F 2’6”                                    96. Limit Junior Equitation – Flat
14. Baby Green Hunter O/F                                   48. Baby Green Hunter O/F 2’6”                                 97. Beginner Junior Equitation - Flat
15. Low Hunter O/F 3’               *Open Thru Class 23 *   49. Baby Green Hunter U/S                                      98. Beginner Adult Equitation - Flat
16. 1st Year Green Hunter O/F 3’                            50. Low Hunter U/S
17. 1st Year Green Hunter O/F                               51. Low Hunter O/F 3’                 *Open Thru Class 56 *    Sunday South Ring 8:00 AM
18. 1st Year Green Hunter U/S                               52. 1st Year Green Hunter O/F 3’
19. 2nd Year Green Hunter O/F 3’3”                          53. 2nd Year Green Hunter O/F 3’3”                             99. Special Hunter O/F 2’6” – 2’9”
20. 2nd Year Green Hunter O/F                               54. Regular Working Hunter O/F 3’6”                            100. Novice Junior Hunter O/F 2’6” – 2’9”
21. 2nd Year Green Hunter U/S                               55. Non Professional Hunter O/F 3’                             101. Novice Junior Hunter O/F
22. Regular Working Hunter O/F 3’6”                         56. Non Professional Hunter O/F                                102. Novice Adult Hunter O/F 2’6” – 2’9”
23. Regular Working Hunter O/F                              57. Special Hunter O/F 2’9” – 3’      * Open Thru Class 66*    103. Novice Adult Hunter O/F
24. Regular Working Hunter U/S                              58. Open Adult Hunter O/F 3’3”                                 104. Adult Hunter 36 & Over O/F 2’6”
                                                            59. Limit Adult Hunter O/F 2’9” – 3’                           105. Adult Hunter 36 & Over O/F
Friday South Ring – Not Before 3:00 PM                      60. Limit Adult Hunter O/F                                     106. Adult 18-35 Hunter O/F 2’6”
                                                            61. Children’s Hunter O/F 2’9” – 3’                            107. Adult 18-35 Hunter O/F
25. Non Professional Hunter O/F 3’                          62. Children’s Hunter O/F                                      108. Limit Adult Hunter O/F 2’9” – 3’
26. Jr. Hunter 14 yrs & Under O/F 3’ to 3’3”                63. Novice Junior Hunter O/F 2’6” – 2’9”                       109. Children’s Hunter O/F 2’9” – 3’
27. Jr. Hunter 15 – 17 yrs O/F 3’ to 3’3”                   64. Novice Adult Hunter O/F 2’6” – 2’9”                        110. Beginner Junior Hunter O/F 2’0” – 2’3”
28. Junior Hunter 15-17 years U/S                           65. Adult Hunter 36 & Over O/F 2’6” – 2’9”                     111. Beginner Junior Hunter O/F
29. Junior Hunter 14 years & Under U/S                      66. Adult 18-35 Hunter O/F 2’6”                                112. Beginner Adult Hunter O/F 2’0” – 2’3”
30. Non Professional Hunter U/S                             67. Special Hunter O/F 2’0” – 2’3”    * Open Thru Class 69 *   113. Beginner Adult Hunter O/F
                                                            68. Beginner Junior Hunter O/F 2’0” – 2’3”                     114. Children’s Hunter U/S
                                                            69. Beginner Adult Hunter O/F 2’0” – 2’3”                      115. Limit Adult Hunter U/S
                                                            70. Open Adult Hunter U/S                                      116. Low Hunter O/F 3’
                                                            71. Adult Hunter 36 & Over U/S                                 117. Open Adult Hunter O/F 3’ – 3’3”
                                                            72. Adult 18-35 Hunter U/S                                     118. Open Adult Hunter O/F
                                                            73. Novice Adult Hunter U/S                                    119. Junior Hunter 15 – 17 years O/F 3’ – 3’3”
EXHIBITOR PARTY HELD AT IN “IN GATE”                        74. Novice Junior Hunter U/S                                   120. Junior Handy Hunter 15 – 17 years O/F
      SATURDAY AT 5:00PM                                    75. Beginner Junior Hunter U/S                                 121. Junior Hunter 14 years & Under O/F 3’3”
                                                            76. Beginner Adult Hunter U/S                                  122. Junior Handy Hunter 14 years & Under O/F

								
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