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					                         66TH ANNUAL
            2010 CALIFORNIA SADDLE HORSE FUTURITY
          AND WEST COAST CHAMPIONSHIP HORSE SHOW
                          INCLUDING THE CALIFORNIA FALL CLASSIC

        South Point - Las Vegas, Nevada – October 22, 23, 24, 2010

                                                HORSE SHOW OFFICIALS
Judge................................................ James L. Nichols .......................... Metairie, Louisiana
                                       Saddle Horses, Ponies and Equitation
Judge............................................. Terry Jones-Brennan ....................... Hollister, California
                                 Morgan Horses, Equitation and Open Classes
Manager ........................................... Harriet Landrum ............................. Goleta, California
                                          (805) 968-9304 & (805) 687-8711
Secretary ............................................Roxanne Hood............................ Hollister, California
                                                        (831)-637-8510
USEF Steward ................................ Cecile Hetzel-Dunn ...........................Weirsdale, Florida
Data Processing ..................................... Ron Hood ............................... Hollister, California
Ring Master......................................... Sean Cassidy.............................. Las Vegas, Nevada
Announcer & Music..............................Doug Shane.................................Penrose, Colorado
Veterinarian............... Desert Pines Equine Medical & Surgical Center .... Las Vegas, Nevada
                                                        (702) 645-2247
Farrier .................................................. Kelly Carle ..................................... Ojai, California
Photographer ..................................... Casey McBride ............................... Phoenix, Arizona
Video ................................................Take One Video...........................29 Palms, California
Paddock Master .................................... Eric Tasker ............................... Las Vegas, Nevada
E.M.T.......................................South Point Medical Service................... Las Vegas, Nevada



              CALIFORNIA SADDLE HORSE BREEDERS ASSOCIATION
Officers and Directors
President...............................................................................................................................Lawrence K. Witter
Vice President ............................................................................................................................. Ashley Hallock
Secretary............................................................................................................................Mrs. Betty Jane Holtz
Treasurer ............................................................................................................................ Mrs. Kathleen Green
Nominations Secretary ............................................................................................................ Mrs. Mary Green

Mrs. Frankie Barker                     Julie DeVault                          Mrs. Michele Macfarlane                    Leonard Stephens
Mrs. Linda Brittan                      Mrs. Patricia DeVault                  Kevin Michael                              Mrs. Julie Streitfeld
Louise Curran                           Mrs. Jennifer Foster                   Mrs. Shari Rainwater                       Mrs. Barbara Walker

Associate Directors
Mrs. Desdy Baggott                     Dale Duffy                              Genevieve Hess                             Mrs. Betty Petit
Dr. Anne Rodiek Bakke                  Mrs. Susan Farrior                      Kim Matoza                                 Dr. Donald Petit
Mrs. Royalee Cleveland                 Elisabeth Goth                          Mrs. Tevis Paine                           Earl M. Stone
Mrs. Elaine Doddridge                  Mrs. Susan Heldoorn




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                          California Saddle Horse Futurity          2032
           SADDLEBRED 5-GAITED, 3-GAITED, FINE HARNESS, 3-GAITED SHOW PLEASURE,
    “A ”   5-GAITED SHOW PLEASURE ,SHOW PLEASURE DRIVING, COUNTRY PLEASURE,
           3-GAITED PARK SADDLE and MORGAN HORSES

    “C ”   ROADSTER PONIES, HACKNEY PLEASURE PONIES and PARADE HORSES




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         West Coast Championship Classes
       $500 West Coast Five-Gaited Amateur Championship
           Plus $1,800 Awarded by ASR Grand National

   $500 Added West Coast Five-Gaited JACKPOT Championship
          Plus $1,800 Awarded by ASR Grand National

      $500 West Coast Three-Gaited Amateur Championship

  $500 Added West Coast Three-Gaited JACKPOT Championship
          Plus $5,000 Awarded by ASR Grand National

      $500 West Coast Fine Harness Amateur Championship
          Plus $1,800 Awarded by ASR Grand National

  $500 Added West Coast Fine Harness JACKPOT Championship

$500 Added West Coast Three-Gaited Park JACKPOT Championship

   $500 West Coast Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship

      $500 West Coast Show Pleasure Driving Championship

    $500 West Coast Five-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship

  $250 West Coast Three-Gaited Country Pleasure Championship

     $250 West Coast Country Pleasure Driving Championship

    $500 West Coast Western Country Pleasure Championship

        West Coast Saddle Seat Equitation Championship




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    American Saddlebred Registry Grand National
American Saddlebred Registry Grand National has selected this show as part of its series of
prize money shows. We are grateful to show management for its cooperation and
participation. The specific classes selected for California Futurity Horse Show are:

                       Five-Gaited Amateur Championship (Class 83)
                       Fine Harness Amateur Championship (Class 84)
                            Five-Gaited Championship (Class 114)
                                      ASR Owner                   Original                       Sire
                                        of record                Recorder                    Nominator
               st
            1 place                       $300                      $300                        $300
           2nd place                      $200                      $200                        $200
             rd
            3 place                       $100                      $100                        $100
                --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTALS                         $600                      $600                        $600
____________________________________________________________________________________

            $5,000 Three-Gaited Open Championship Special Stake (Class 100)
                                      ASR Owner                   Original                       Sire
                                        of record                Recorder                    Nominator
               st
            1 place                       $834                      $833                        $833
           2nd place                      $500                      $500                        $500
             rd
            3 place                       $334                      $333                        $333
                --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           TOTALS                        $1,668                   $1,666                       $1,666
__________________________________________________________________________________
                      GRAND TOTAL OFFERED $10,400
                  Prize money for this class will be awarded by mail
As soon as complete show results are received by the American Saddlebred Registry office.
                  ************************************************
Give your foals a lifetime of eligibility for Grand National prize money as ASRGN recorded
show horses. For a one-time only fee of $250, your 2010 foals (sired by an ASRGN
Nominated Sire) will have lifetime eligibility to win Grand National prize money in any
division, at any age, wherever ASRGN classes are held. ASRGN recording is transferable to
subsequent owners without payment of additional fees.

The only other requirement for participation in American Saddlebred Registry Grand
National is membership in the American Saddlebred Horse Association. All owners, original
recorders, and stallion nominators must be current members of ASHA prior to the
competition to receive prize money.

Stallion Nomination and Recording Deadline for 2010 foals – November 30, 2010




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       SOUTH POINT EQUESTRIAN & EVENT CENTER
        RULES, REGULATIONS AND INFORMATION

General Information:      South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa
                          9777 Las Vegas Blvd, South
                          Las Vegas, NV 89183
                          Hotel telephone Number (702) 796-7111

                          Show Office Telephone (702) 797-8146
                          Show Office Fax (702) 797-8147

Rules and Regulations:

1.    Smoking is prohibited in the Arena, Barns and Stalls
2.    Appliances such as coffee makers, microwaves, refrigerators, space heaters, etc. are
      absolutely prohibited in the stall area. No lights may be plugged into above stall
      electrical receptacles.
3.    Shavings and hay are available for purchase exclusively from the South Point
      Equestrian Center. Shavings are $10.00 per bag. No outside shavings will be allowed.
4.    No straw is allowed in the stalls.
5.    No glass bottles or glasses are allowed in stall area.
6.    No outside food or beverage allowed in stall area or arena.
7.    No weapons of any type are allowed on property.
8.    All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
9.    Riders must lead horses in the stall area at all times.
10.   It is the policy of the South Point that pets (i.e. dogs, cats, etc) are not allowed on
      property. We do, however understand that it is sometimes necessary for a pet to
      accompany a horse for travel. If this happens, your pet must be confined to a stall, or
      if with its owner, it must be on a leash not more than 6 feet in length. No unattended
      dogs will be allowed outside of the stall. No dogs will be allowed in the Hotel. It is the
      responsibility of the pet owner to dispose of animal waste in the appropriately labeled
      trash bins. If possible, please leave your dogs at home.
11.   Horses are confined to the barn, stall and dirt practice areas only. Absolutely no riding
      will be permitted in any parking lot at the South Point facility.




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12.      No spray painting, hoof black or hoof dressing should be applied to horse hooves in
         stall area and/or barns without floor protection.
13.      Please do not clean stalls directly into the aisles. Gondolas are provided at the end of
         each aisle.
14.      Please do not clean trailers directly onto the parking lots.
15.      Biohazard containers are available and must be used for the disposal of all biohazard
         materials and needles. Please do not place needles in the trash receptacles or on the
         floor.
16.      Cork Boards are available for display of flyers, post, etc. Signs posted on any other
         surface will be removed and any damage from placing or removing the sign will be
         invoiced to the Show Manager. No stapling, no taping, no nailing and no sticking of
         any objects to the stall walls.
17.      South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged
         property. Please contact hotel Security for lost and found.
18.      No obstructions may be kept or stored in the stall aisles including furniture, chairs,
         carts, tack boxes, etc. Stall decorations must be fire retardant.
19.      Equestrian participants enter the arena and practice areas at their own risk.


NEVADA EQUINE TRANSPORTATION REQUIREMENTS:
What you will need to know and have when entering and exiting the State of Nevada with
horses:
1.       A current Livestock Health Certificate issued by a licensed veterinarian.

2.       A Coggins Test performed within the previous 6 months.

It is the responsibility of the Show Producer and the horse owner to insure that the Health
requirements are met. South Point Equestrian & Event Center assumes no responsibility for
the administration of check-in or health procedures.

Shuttle Services:

For your convenience, the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa offers a scheduled shuttle to and
from McCarran Airport free of charge. These shuttles are reserved for the use of hotel guests
only.

If you are planning on using the Airport Shuttle, we ask that you please call for reservations.
Reservations can be made prior to your trip by calling toll-free at 1-866-796-7111 (ask for
shuttle reservations), or by contacting the Bell Desk. Please be advised that seating is limited
and only those with reservations will be allowed to board.

     The Airport Shuttle from McCarran Airport has the South Point logo on the sides of the
    shuttle and pick-up is at Ground (or Level) Zero. The Airport Shuttle from the South Point
             Hotel picks up in Valet which is located at the East entrance of the Hotel.




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          SCHEDULE OF PRIZE MONEY AND FEES
JACKPOT Championships / Stakes are open classes, with no qualifying required.
Entry Fees for these classes are non-refundable. 50% of all JACKPOT entry fees
will be added to the prize money and divided: 1st 40%; 2nd 30%; 3rd 20%; 4th 10%

$500 ADDED JACKPOT Championships ................................ Entry Fee: $100.00
$250 ADDED JACKPOT Stakes ................................................ Entry Fee: $70.00

$500 Championships / Stakes....................................................... Entry Fee: $70.00
                 Ch.      Res.       3rd           4th
                $180 $150           $100          $70

$250 Championships / Stakes....................................................... Entry Fee: $50.00
                Ch.       Res.      3rd           4th
               $100      $75        $50           $25

Championships / Stakes with no prize money ............................... Entry Fee: $40.00
Trophy and Junior Exhibitor Classes ............................................ Entry Fee: $30.00
                    Ribbons through 6th place in all classes

                                   POST ENTRY FEE
          $5.00 fee per class for changes / additions made in horse show office

                                 USEF FEES
USEF Horse Fee (Per Horse - $7 drug & Medication / $8 USEF Fee) ............ $15.00
USEF Non-Member Fee (Owner – Trainer – Rider/Driver/Handler) .............. $30.00

                                   STALL FEE
Stalls – Includes 4 Bales of Shavings per stall.............................................. $150.00
  Early arrivals before Wednesday, Oct. 20 (Per Stall, Per Day)..................... $25.00

                                               OFFICE FEE
Per Horse...................................................................................................... $10.00

                                          BOX SEATS
Box Seats (each) .......................Order on Entry Form ................................... $35.00


                        CREDIT CARD CHARGES
  Credit cards (VISA, MASTER CARD, DISCOVER) will be accepted
  for all the above fees. A 3% charge will be added to each transaction.
              See front of entry form for credit card payment.




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                     SHOW RULES AND REGULATIONS

1.   Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the
     current USEF rule book will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith.

2.   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 $30
     nonmember registration 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 and academy classes (academy classes are
     classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF introductory
     level tests, pas de deux and 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 beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in
     Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes.

3.   The Rated Sections of this Competition are official USEF point competitions for the
     USEF Federation and USEF/ZONE 10 Horse of the Year Awards Program.

4.   The Horse Show Executive Committee reserves the right to itself, to interpret all
     questions and conditions in regard to, or arising out of, or incident to, the show without
     claims for damages or recourse of any kind. Any questions not covered in these rules
     and regulations shall be decided by the Horse Show Executive Committee, their decision
     is final. The Horse Show Executive Committee to include the President and Vice
     President of the California Saddle Horse Breeders Association, Horse Show Manager,
     Horse Show Secretary and an Attorney.

5.   PONIES may not be shown in Harness or Roadster Pony classes unless the owner
     possesses a current measurement card or valid measurement form issued by the USEF.
     All Open Roadster Ponies must be re-measured and issued new measurement cards prior
     to competing in recognized competition for the year 2006 and beyond (effective 3/1/04).
     Please send Copies with your entry form if you have been re-measured since 2006.

6.   AMERICAN SADDLEBRED HORSES must be registered with the American
     Saddlebred Registry or the Canadian American Saddle Horse Registry. They must be
     entered in their full registered names with registration numbers and under the names of
     the owner(s) of record. A copy of the registration papers showing proof of ownership or
     Certificate of Eligibility to show must be submitted with entry form at the time of
     making entry or presented to competition office before competition number will be
     released. Please send copies of these papers with your entry forms.




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7.   OWNERS AND TRAINERS must be current members in good standing with the
     American Saddlebred Horse Association (Effective 12/1/04 for recognized competition
     rated “A” in all Saddlebred Sections). To facilitate check-in please send copies of your
     cards with your entry form.

8.   All entries are accepted with the understanding that the California Saddle Horse Futurity
     Horse Show, the South Point Hotel, Casino & Equestrian Center will not be held
     responsible for any loss, damage or injury to any horse exhibited or any article of any
     kind. All horses shall be under the control and direction of the Show Committee but
     solely at the risk of the exhibitor, who will be responsible for any loss, damage or injury
     to any person, animal or property occasioned to him, his agents or employees, or by any
     animal owned or exhibited by him, and shall indemnify the California Saddle Horse
     Futurity Horse Show, South Point Hotel, Casino & Equestrian Center against any and all
     loss, damage and liability thus occasioned including but not limited to any and all legal
     costs, including attorney fees, which may be incurred as a result thereof. The submitting
     of an entry form shall constitute an acceptance by each person of the provisions herein
     set forth.

9.   All owners and exhibitors will be held responsible for any damage incurred by them or
     their agents to barns or South Point Hotel, Casino & Equestrian Center properties and
     will be billed accordingly.

10. The California Saddle Horse Futurity Horse Show reserves the right to refuse or accept
    conditionally, or to cancel any entries, and cancel award prizes, without claim for
    damages.

11. The California Saddle Horse Futurity Horse Show reserves the right to cancel or
    consolidate classes in which there are insufficient entries. If deemed necessary, classes
    may be combined and exhibitors notified.

12. The California Saddle Horse Futurity Horse Show reserves the privilege of substituting
    or changing judges if it becomes necessary. The judges’ decisions in the show ring are
    their own responsibility and the Show Committee accepts no responsibility for these
    decisions.

13. No entry will be accepted unless it is:
    1) Properly signed, by the owner and in the case of a minor, signed by a parent or
    guardian.
    2) Made on an entry blank provided by the Show.
    3) Shows correct mailing address of owner.
    4) Signed by trainer and rider.
    5) ACCOMPANIED BY PAYMENT IN FULL OF ALL FEES, CURRENT
    REGISTRATION PAPERS AND COPIES OF ALL USEF MEMBERSHIP AND
    ASHA MEMBERSHIP CARDS. PAYMENT MAY BE MADE BY CHECK OR
    CREDIT CARD (VISA, MASTER CARD or DISCOVER – NO Amex Exp.)
    6) Includes USEF Members Numbers or $30.00 Non-Member Fee for each rider, driver,
    owner, lessee, agent, trainer or handler.




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14. Entries close October 1, 2010. Stall Reservations must be made by the closing of entries,
    October 1st. Stalls may be reserved by calling Kevin Michael at (520) 977-6051.
    STALLS MUST BE PAID FOR BY OCTOBER 15TH.

15. Cancellation or Substitution of Entries. Exhibitors canceling their entries for any reason
    other than illness of horse or rider after the official entry closing date shall forfeit entry
    and stall fees. In case of illness, a Veterinarian or Doctor Certificate is required before
    close of show, whereby entry fee and stall fee will be refunded, less a $25.00 office fee.
    Where exhibitors or trainers wish to make a change in entries in any class, they are
    required to follow the procedure of scratching the existing entry and making a new entry
    with the Show Secretary’s office. Such changes shall be treated as post entries and
    charged the post entry fee. In the event of the sale or injury to a horse (Veterinarian’s
    Certificate required), exhibitors may post enter another horse in the same class at the
    rate of $5.00 per class.

16. Scratches and Rider Changes. All scratches and rider changes MUST be made in the
    Horse Show Office no later than 2 hours prior to start of Performance.

17. Championship Stake Entries. To be eligible, horses must qualify in class as noted in list
    of classes. No Post Entry Fee will be charged on any Stake or Championship Class
    entry. JACKPOT stakes have no qualifying classes.

18. USEF Amateur Certification. Every person who has reached his 18th birthday and
    competes in classes for amateurs under USEF rules must possess current amateur
    certification issued by the Federation. This certification must be available for inspection
    or the competitor must have lodged with the Show Secretary, at least one hour prior to
    such class, an application for such certification provided by the Federation.

19. Stabling. Stalls will not be available until 10:00 A.M. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
    20TH. Anyone needing to arrive earlier than 10:00 a.m. MUST contact the Show
    Manager. Stalls must be vacated by 10:00 a.m., Monday, October 24th . Reminder –
    Included in the stall fee are 4 bales of shavings – already delivered to each stall ordered
    and paid for.

20. RV Facilities. Overnight facilities may be available in the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort.
    For direct reservations, phone: 1-800-566-4707. There are NO RV facilities at South
    Point. Mention Futurity Horse Show and South Point Equestrian Facility when making
    reservations.

21. Leashed dogs, or other pets, are permitted only in the barn area and absolutely no dogs
    or other pets will be permitted in any part of the hotel or elevators on South Point
    property. Animals not held to these rules will be impounded by South Point and turned
    over to animal control.

22. Hay, grain and additional bedding will be available on the grounds at reasonable and
    competitive prices. No bedding or feed may be brought onto the grounds. Payment for
    additional feed and bedding will be paid directly to the South Point Feed Office in the
    barn area. Credit cards only. (Feed Bill may be added to Room Bill).

23. Food and beverages will be available during horse show performances, both in the horse
    show arena or from any of the other 7 restaurants in the hotel.




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24. QUESTIONS, DISPUTES and PROTESTS. All protests and questions not covered by
    these rules shall be decided and interpreted by the Competition Committee, whose
    decision shall be final. Disputes should be presented to the Show Manager prior to filing
    a formal protest under the provisions of the USEF Rule GR 603.

25. There will be a penalty of $50.00 if a check is refused by the bank for any reason. No
    checks will be processed through the bank a second time, and must be covered by a
    money order, cashier’s check or cash, in addition to the penalty.

26. No competition numbers will be released by the Show Office until all entry forms are
    complete, all necessary registration papers and measurement cards have been seen, and
    payment in full has been received by the Show Office. A SIGNED OPEN CHECK, OR
    CREDIT CARD MUST BE LEFT WITH THE SHOW OFFICE FOR FEES
    INCURRED DURING THE SHOW.

27. The winner of a leg on a Challenge Trophy or a Perpetual Trophy is entitled to
    possession of the trophy for a period of 10 months from date of winning. The winner is
    responsible for protection and care of the trophy while in his possession. The winner
    will return the trophy engraved and polished. A receipt must be signed by the winner
    prior to taking possession of the trophy. Two months prior to the next show, the trophy
    must be returned.

28. Prize money will be paid by check and mailed within 30 days.

29. Arena Footing is clay and sand and is properly maintained to the specifications of the
    Saddlebred Division. Stalls are 10’ by 10’. Arena is 125’ by 250’




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                     SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
               FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2010 – 11:00 A.M.

Class No.        Class
 1      Futurity Weanlings
 2      Amateur Futurity Weanlings
 3      Five-Gaited – Junior / Limit Horse
 4      Fine Harness Amateur
 5      Morgan Park Harness Amateur
 6      Three-Gaited Park Pleasure Three-Year-Olds
 7      Futurity Three-Gaited Park Pleasure Three-Year-Olds (6 & 7 Concurrent)
 8      Three-Gaited Open
 9      Roadster Pony Open
10      Morgan Hunter Pleasure Open
11      Five-Gaited Amateur
12      Country Pleasure Driving
13      Morgan Classic Pleasure Driving Open
14      Three-Gaited Show Pleasure – Adult Rider
15      Parade Horse Open
16      Three-Gaited Park Open
17      Open Pleasure Driving
18      Western Country Pleasure
19      Fine Harness Open
20      Open English Country Pleasure
21      AHHS Youth Medallion Pleasure Under Saddle
22      Three-Gaited Show Pleasure – Limit Rider
23      Fine Harness – Junior / Limit Horse
24      Three-Gaited Country Pleasure
25      Morgan English Pleasure Amateur
26      Three-Gaited Amateur
27      Open Hunter Pleasure
28      Three-Gaited Park Pleasure Open
29      Morgan Classic Pleasure Saddle Open
30      Five-Gaited Show Pleasure
31      Opportunity Western Pleasure
32      Three-Gaited – Junior / Limit Horse
33      Morgan Pleasure Driving Amateur
34      Three-Gaited Park Amateur
35      Open English Saddle Seat Pleasure
36      Junior Exhibitor Morgan English Pleasure
37      Five-Gaited Open
38      Morgan Western Pleasure Open




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                    SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
            SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2010 – 11:00 A.M.
Class No.       Class

39      Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving
40      Morgan Park Saddle Amateur
41      Futurity Yearlings
42      Futurity Amateur Yearlings
43      Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited – Riders 17 & Under
44      Morgan Pleasure Driving – Junior Horse
45      Three-Gaited Park – Junior / Limit Horse
46      UPHA Walk / Trot – Riders 10 & Under
47      AHHS Youth Medallion Roadster Pony Under Saddle
48      Fine Harness Two-Year-Olds
49      Futurity Fine Harness Two-Year-Olds (48 & 49 Concurrent)
50      Western Country Pleasure – Junior / Limit Horse
51      Morgan Saddle Seat Equitation – Riders 17 & Under
52      Show Pleasure Driving
53      Open English Country Pleasure Stake
54      Junior Exhibitor Five-Gaited – Riders 17 & Under
55      Morgan Classic Pleasure Driving Stake
56      Opportunity Western Pleasure Stake
57      Saddle Seat Equitation – Riders 13 & Under
58      Three-Gaited Show Pleasure – Limit Horse
59      Open Pleasure Driving Stake
60      Parade Horse Stake
61      Five-Gaited Three-Year-Olds
62      Futurity Five-Gaited Three-Year-Olds (61 & 62 Concurrent)
63      Open Hunter Pleasure Stake
64      Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Show Pleasure
65      Amateur Futurity Two-Year-Olds In Hand
66      AHHS Youth Medallion Pleasure Driving
67      Five-Gaited Country Pleasure
68      Morgan Western Pleasure Amateur
69      Three-Gaited Three-Year-Olds
70      Futurity Three-Gaited Three-Year-Olds (69 & 70 Concurrent)
71      Saddle & Bridle’s Shatner Western Pleasure
72      Saddle Seat Equitation – Riders 14 – 17
73      Three-Gaited Park Pleasure – Junior Horse
74      Open English Saddle Seat Pleasure – Amateur
75      Fine Harness Three-Year-Olds
76      Futurity Fine Harness Three-Year-Olds (75 & 76 Concurrent)
77      Saddle Seat Equitation – Adult Amateur Riders
78      Hunter Country Pleasure
79      $250 West Coast Country Pleasure Driving Championship
80      Junior Exhibitor Morgan Classic Pleasure Saddle




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                   SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
             SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2010 – 11:00 A.M.
Class No.      Class

 81     Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving Stake
 82     Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Stake
 83     $500 West Coast Five-Gaited Amateur Championship
 84     $500 West Coast Fine Harness Amateur Championship
 85     Open English Pleasure Walk/Trot – Riders 10 & Under
 86     Amateur Futurity Two-Year-Old Fine Harness
 87     Three-Gaited Park Pleasure Stake
 88     $500 West Coast Western Country Pleasure Championship
 89     Morgan Classic Pleasure Saddle Stake
 90     $500 West Coast Show Pleasure Driving Championship
 91     $250 Added Morgan Park Harness JACKPOT Stake
 92     $500 West Coast Three-Gaited Amateur Championship
 93     West Coast Saddle Seat Equitation Championship
 94     $250 Added Morgan Hunter Pleasure JACKPOT Stake
 95     $500 West Coast Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship
 96     $250 Added Morgan Pleasure Driving JACKPOT Stake
 97     $500 Added West Coast Three-Gaited Park JACKPOT Championship
 98     Five-Gaited Country Pleasure Stake
 99     Morgan English Pleasure Junior Exhibitor Stake
100     $500 Added West Coast Three-Gaited JACKPOT Championship
101     $250 Added Morgan Western Pleasure JACKPOT Stake
102     Roadster Pony Stake
103     Junior Exhibitor Three-Gaited Show Pleasure Stake
104     $250 Added Morgan Park Saddle JACKPOT Stake
105     $250 West Coast Three-Gaited Country Pleasure Championship
106     UPHA Chapter One Challenge Cup Championship
107     $500 Added West Coast Fine Harness JACKPOT Championship
108     Open English Saddle Seat Pleasure Stake
109     Junior Exhibitor Five-Gaited Stake
110     AHHS Youth Medallion Roadster Pony To Bike
111     $500 West Coast Five-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship
112     Hunter Country Pleasure Stake
113     $250 Added Morgan English Pleasure JACKPOT Stake
114     $500 Added West Coast Five-Gaited JACKPOT Championship




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          AMERICAN SADDLEBRED HORSES
                        USEF Rules SB 101-109

                          FIVE-GAITED
Class                                             Day        Entry
                                                               Fee
 3      Junior / Limit Horse                      Friday       $30
11      Amateur                                   Friday        30
37      Open                                      Friday        30
61      Three-Year-Olds                           Saturday      30
54      Junior Exhibitor – Riders 17 & Under      Saturday      30
83      $500 West Coast Amateur Championship      Sunday        70
          Must have shown in Class 11
114     $500 Added West Coast                     Sunday      100
          JACKPOT Championship
109     Junior Exhibitor Stake                    Sunday       40
          Must have shown in Class 54

                            THREE-GAITED
32      Junior / Limit Horse                      Friday      $30
26      Amateur                                   Friday       30
 8      Open                                      Friday       30
69      Three-Year-Olds                           Saturday     30
43      Junior Exhibitor – Riders 17 & Under      Saturday     30
92      $500 West Coast Amateur Championship      Sunday       70
          Must have shown in Class 26
100     $500 Added West Coast                     Sunday      100
          JACKPOT Championship
82      Junior Exhibitor Stake                    Sunday       40
          Must have shown in Class 43

                            FINE HARNESS
23      Junior / Limt Horse                       Friday      $30
 4      Amateur                                   Friday       30
19      Open                                      Friday       30
48      Two-Year-Olds                             Saturday     30
75      Three-Year-Olds                           Saturday     30
84      $500 West Coast Amateur Championship      Sunday       70
          Must have shown in Class 4
107     $500 Added West Coast                     Sunday      100
          JACKPOT Championship




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                        THREE-GAITED PARK
Class                                                     Day         Entry
                                                                        Fee
16      Open                                              Friday        $30
34      Amateur                                           Friday         30
45      Junior / Limit                                    Saturday       30
97      $500 Added West Coast                             Sunday        100
          JACKPOT Championship

                 THREE-GAITED PARK PLEASURE
28      Open                                               Friday      $30
73      Junior Horse                                       Saturday     30
 6      Three-Year-Olds                                    Friday       30
87      Stake                                              Sunday       40
          Must have shown in any other class in this section

                  THREE-GAITED SHOW PLEASURE
22      Limit Rider                                        Friday     $30
14      Adult Rider                                        Friday       30
58      Limit Horse                                        Saturday     30
64      Junior Exhibitor – Riders 17 & Under               Saturday     30
95      $500 West Coast Championship                       Sunday       70
          Must have shown in any other class in this section
103     Junior Exhibitor Stake                             Sunday       40
          Must have shown in Class 64 or Classes 22 and/or 58 if shown by
          a junior exhibitor.

                    SHOW PLEASURE DRIVING
52      Driver Any Age                                    Saturday     $30
90      $500 West Coast Championship                      Sunday        70
          Must have shown in Class 52

                 FIVE-GAITED SHOW PLEASURE
 30     Rider Any Age                      Friday                      $30
111     $500 West Coast Championship       Sunday                       70
          Must have shown in class 30

              THREE-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE
 24     Rider Any Age                    Friday                        $30
105     $250 West Coast Championship     Saturday                       50
          Must have shown in class 24




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                  COUNTRY PLEASURE DRIVING
Class                                                     Day         Entry
                                                                        Fee
12      Driver Any Age                                    Friday        $30
79      $250 West Coast Championship                      Saturday       50
          Must have shown in Class 12

               FIVE-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE
67      Rider Any Age                     Saturday                     $30
98      Stake                             Sunday                        40
          Must have shown in Class 67

                       WESTERN COUNTRY PLEASURE
18      Rider Any Age                                      Friday      $30
50      Junior / Limit Horse                               Saturday     30
71      Saddle & Bridle’s Shatner                          Saturday     30
88      $500 West Coast Championship                       Sunday       70
          Must have shown in any other class in this section

                  HUNTER COUNTRY PLEASURE
 78     Rider Any Age                     Saturday                     $30
112     Stake                             Sunday                        40
          Must have shown in class 78

                           PARADE HORSE
                          USEF Rules PH101-107
15      Open                                              Friday       $30
60      Stake                                             Saturday      40
          Must have shown in Class 15

              HACKNEY PONY PLEASURE DRIVING
                          USEF Rules HK 101-127
39      Amateur To Drive                                  Saturday     $30
66      AHHS Youth Medallion – Driving                    Saturday      30
21      AHHS Youth Medallion Under Saddle                 Friday        30
81      Stake                                             Sunday        40
          Must have shown in class 39 or 66




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                         ROADSTER PONY
                        USEF Rules RD 101-103
Class                                                  Day        Entry
                                                                    Fee
  9     Open                                           Friday       $30
110     AHHS Youth Medallion To Bike                   Sunday        30
 47     AHHS Youth Medallion Under Saddle              Saturday      30
102     Stake                                          Sunday        40
          Must have shown in Class 9

                   SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION
                  USEF Rules EQ100-107 and EQ116-122
46      UPHA Walk / Trot – Riders 10 & Under           Saturday    $30
57      Riders 13 and Under                            Saturday     30
72      Riders 14 through 17                           Saturday     30
51      Morgan Horse Riders 17 & Under                 Saturday     30
77      Adult Amateur                                  Saturday     30
93      West Coast Championship                        Sunday       40
         Must have shown in Class 51, 57 or 72
106     UPHA Chapter 1 Challenge Cup Championship      Sunday          40

                    OPEN ENGLISH PLEASURE
                         USEF Rules EP101-105
 85     Walk / Trot – Riders 10 & Under                Sunday      $30
 35     Saddle Seat – Rider Any Age                    Friday       30
 74     Saddle Seat – Amateur Any Age                  Saturday     30
108     Saddle Seat Stake                              Sunday       40
         Must have shown in Class 35 or 74
20      Country – Rider Any Age                        Friday          30
53      Country Stake                                  Saturday        40
         Must have shown in Class 20
27      Hunter – Rider Any Age                         Friday          30
63      Hunter Stake                                   Saturday        40
         Must have shown in Class 27
17      Driving Open                                   Friday          30
59      Driving Stake                                  Saturday        40
         Must have shown in Class 17




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                 OPPORTUNITY WESTERN PLEASURE
     Open to any breed – Registration papers and USEF membership not required
Class                                                             Day           Entry
                                                                                  Fee
31        Opportunity – Open                                      Friday          $30
56        Opportunity Stake                                       Saturday         40
           Must have shown in Class 31

                       CALIFORNIA FUTURITY
            No Entry Fee – For Rules, Refer to Nomination Form
 1        Weanlings                                      Friday
41        Yearlings                                      Saturday
49        Two-Year-Old Fine Harness                      Saturday
76        Three-Year-Old Fine Harness                    Saturday
62        Three-Year-Old Five-Gaited                     Saturday
70        Three-Year-Old Three-Gaited                    Saturday
 7        Three-Year-Old Park Pleasure                   Friday

                  CALIFORNIA AMATEUR FUTURITY
            No Entry Fee – For Rules, Refer to Nomination Form
 2        Weanlings                                      Friday
42        Yearlings                                      Saturday
65        Two-Year-Olds In Hand                          Saturday
86        Two-Year-Old Fine Harness                      Sunday




                                The California Saddle Horse Futurity Horse Show
                                carries a US Equestrian Federation “A” rating for
                                all Saddlebred Divisions. Therefore, points can be
                                earned at this show which may count toward the
                                Saddlebred Record Championship.
                                Please contact American Saddlebred Registry,
                                4083 Iron Works Parkway, Lexington, KY 40511,
                                859-259-2742 or p.edwards@asha.net




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                          MORGAN HORSES
                         USEF Rules MO 101-179
Class                                                    Day         Entry
                                                                        Fee
25      English Pleasure – Amateur                       Friday         $30
36      English Pleasure – Junior Exhibitor              Friday          30
99      Junior Exhibitor English Pleasure Stake          Sunday          40
          Must have shown in Class 36, or Class 25 if shown by a junior
          exhibitor
113     $250 Added English Pleasure JACKPOT Stake Sunday                 70

33      Pleasure Driving – Amateur                Friday                  30
44      Pleasure Driving – Junior Horse           Saturday                30
96      $250 Added Pleasure Driving JACKPOT Stake Sunday                  70

29      Classic Pleasure Saddle – Open                   Friday           30
80      Classic Pleasure Saddle – Junior Exhibitor       Saturday         30
89      Classic Pleasure Saddle Stake                    Sunday           40
         Must have shown in Class 29 or 80

13      Classic Pleasure Driving – Open                  Friday           30
55      Classic Pleasure Driving Stake                   Saturday         40
         Must have shown in Class 13

 40     Park Saddle – Amateur                            Saturday         30
104     $250 Added Park Saddle JACKPOT Stake             Sunday           70

 5      Park Harness – Amateur                           Friday           30
91      $250 Added Park Harness JACKPOT Stake            Sunday           70

10      Hunter Pleasure – Open                           Friday           30
94      $250 Added Hunter Pleasure JACKPOT Stake         Sunday           70

 38     Western Pleasure – Open                   Friday                  30
 68     Western Pleasure – Amateur                Saturday                30
101     $250 Added Western Pleasure JACKPOT Stake Sunday                  70




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                 2010 California Futurity Horse Show
      Perpetual Trophies and Classes in Which They Are Awarded

Ellen Scripps Davis Trophy                   5-Gaited Amateur Championship
Mike Martin Memorial Trophy                  5-Gaited Open
Mrs. William P. Roth Trophy                  5-Gaited Championship
Robert H. Lewis Trophy                       5-Gaited Championship
Mrs. Robert J. Wallerstein Trophy            3-Gaited Championship
Eleanor Lloyd Dees Memorial Trophy           Fine Harness Amateur Championship
Ruth Regnery Paine Trophy                    Fine Harness Championship
CH Harvest Commander Trophy                  3-Gaited Park Championship
Rita Luddy Trophy                            3-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship
Susan Clark Memorial Trophy                  Show Pleasure Driving Championship

Mark Doddridge Memorial Trophy               5-Gaited Show Pleasure Championship
‘Pride’s Perfection’ Melanie Williams        Hackney Pony Pleasure Driving
   Memorial Trophy                             Championship
Floyd Shofner Trophy                         Futurity Weanling Championship
Edward E. Radcliff Trophy                    Futurity Yearling Championship
Mrs. Donner Clark Trophy                     Futurity 2-Year-Old Fine Harness
Ella Mae Shofner Butterfield Trophy          Futurity 3-Year-Old Fine Harness
Daniel Felix Smith Trophy                    Futurity 3-Year-Old 5-Gaited
Gerald R. Holtz Trophy                       Futurity 3-Year-Old 3-Gaited
Earl M. Stone Trophy                         Futurity 3-Year-Old Park Pleasure

William Gerth Memorial Trophy                Three-Gaited Junior / Novice
Bernice P. Neil Trophy                       Three-Gaited Amateur



                         The RICHARD KENT WALKER, II
                         MEMORIAL PERPETUAL TROPHY
                         Will Be Awarded To The Outstanding ASB
                                     Junior Exhibitor




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