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              Regular Member of the US Equestrian Federation
                       UPHA National Honor Show
               Equine Services Roadster Horse and Pony Cup
             SEPTEMBER 21, 22, 23 & 24, 2011
                                       Conyers, Georgia




                                      GEORGIA INTERNATIONAL


                                       HORSE PARK
                                       Benefiting
                                 Kiwanis Club of Conyers




                         OVER $40,000 IN PREMIUMS
                         ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 17
                           www.southeasterncharity.com
                 “Affiliated with the American Saddlebred Association of the Carolinas, Inc.”
                   “Affiliated with the American Saddlebred Association of Alabama, Inc.”
                    “Affiliated with the American Saddlebred Association of Georgia, Inc.”
                         “Affiliated with the East Tennessee Saddlebred Association”
     “Recognized by the US Equestrian Federation as a Regional AAA Saddlebred Point Show.”
                           Equestrian Travel
For reservations call:     Host Hotels
 800-262-9974              Holiday Inn & Suites               $89.00
        or visit
www.equestriantravel.com   Gorgeous brand new hotel featuring two room suites.
                           One pet per room welcome with a $25.00 pet fee.

                           Hampton Inn            $79.00
                           Continental breakfast included. Pets welcome with no
                           additional charge.

                           Hawthorn Suites
                           $92.00 standard room/$108.00 studio suite
                           and one bedroom studio
                           Located inside GA International Horse Park. Full
                           breakfast. Pets welcome with a $75.00 fee.

                           Country Inn & Suites
                           $78.00 standard room/$88.00 suite
                           Pets welcome with a $50.00 pet fee.

                           Microtel Inn & Suites               $65.00 & up
                           The Microtel Inn and Suites Conyers offers


                           pool and a guest computer in the lobby. Pets are
                           welcome with a $10.00 fee per night.

                           Jameson Inn            $69.99
                           Outdoor access property. Pets welcome with a $35.00
                           pet fee per pet per week.




  Please call Equestrian Travel for additional hotel rates and availability
                      at 800-262-9974 or 404-842-0000
            or visit our website at www.equestriantravel.com.
             SOUTHEASTERN CHARITY HORSE SHOW
                                   JUDGE
Mrs. Tammie Conatser __________________________________ Nicholasville, KY
                Saddle, Roadster, Hackney-Harness, Friesian,
                      Pleasure, Saddle Seat Equitation

                          ACADEMY JUDGE
TBA ____________________________________________________________ N/A

                                 MANAGER
Mr. Jim Ruwoldt ____________________________________________Roswell, GA
                                                           (404) 312-1919
                                                           jimruw@att.net
                 ASSISTANT MANAGER / GROUNDS MANAGER
Mr. Steve Hanks___________________________________________Statesville, NC
                                                           (704) 657-5284
                                                      shs_stvl@yahoo.com
                                SECRETARIES
Sara and Galen Ressler ____________________________________White Lake, MI
                                                           (248) 922-0148
                                                        saressler@aol.com
                                  STEWARD
Ms. Josie Forbes ________________________________________ Nicholasville, KY
                             RINGMASTER
Mr. Don Baker____________________________________________ Louisville, KY
                               ANNOUNCER
Mr. Wyatt Lilly ___________________________________________ Princeton, WV
                              ORGANIST
Mr. Stacy Beam________________________________________Murfreesboro, TN
                             PHOTOGRAPHER
Mr. Doug Shiflet __________________________________________ Asheboro, NC
                          VIDEO PHOTOGRAPHER
Richfield Video __________________________________________ Shelbyville, KY
                           PADDOCK MASTER
Mr. Peyton Hamilton________________________________________ Fort Mill, SC
                                 FARRIER
Mr. Stanley Orr _____________________________________________ Buford, GA
                          SHOW VETERINARIAN
Dr. Ray Wright _____________________________________________Conyers, GA
                                                         (770) 482-2966
                            RING SECRETARY
Mrs. Cynthia Kelly ___________________________________––_Travelers Rest, SC
                     ADDRESS ALL SCHS CORRESPONDENCE TO:
                                  Jim Ruwoldt
                                3004 Village Lane
                               Roswell, GA 30075
                                 (404) 312-1919

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             Attention
Due to the large request for stalls and a limited
number available, NO STALLS will be reserved or
positions held unless stall fees are received in full by
closing date August 17, 2011.         No open checks
accepted for stalls. Stall fees are not refundable. A
$15 fee per stall for early arrivals on Sunday, Sept.
18th will be charged.

   Grounds Manager: Steve Hanks, 704-657-5284
              shs_stvl@yahoo.com


   Go online to fill out, print,
    and sign your entry blanks.
Check website for updates and news.
 www.southeasterncharity.com

  JOIN THE SOUTHEASTERN FUTURITY!
                 www.sefuturity.com

        For further information, please contact:
                     Terri Hanson
                     770.253.6155
                   678.521.3072 Cell
                sefuturity@gmail.com
          Nominations close August 1st, 2011

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                                             RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. PAYMENT: No entries will be accepted and no stalls reserved unless accompanied by payment in full for stall and
entry fees. No open checks or phone calls will be accepted for stall reservations.
2. REFUNDS: Any request to withdraw horses after August 17th and prior to Wednesday, September 21st, must be
supported with a veterinarian certificate giving comprehensive diagnosis. Entry fees may be refunded or credited only
on receipt of such veterinary certificate.
3. ENTRIES: Entries close August 17, 2011. The word “entry” will not be accepted. Each entry blank must contain the name and full
description of each horse or pony and the class in which it is to be entered. All horses or ponies must have either a horse ID
number issued from USEF or a breed registration number in order to show. This number must be listed on the entry
blank. Any entries not paid in full or received after the closing date, except stake and championship classes, will be
considered Post Entries. Post Entries will be accepted at a $10.00 additional charge per horse. This rule will be strictly
enforced.
4. LATE ENTRY PENALTY: In cases where entries were not made during office hours, a late entry penalty of $20.00 will be charged for
each class in addition to all other fees.
5. CLASS REQUESTS: In 2011, additional class requests will be considered with the payment of 3 times the regular sponsorship fee and
will be scheduled at the end of an appropriate session.
6. CLASS SPLITS: Classes will be split according to the following criteria: Junior Exhibitor & Novice Rider classes - 19 entries and over.
Adult Amateur Classes - 25 entries and over. Driving Classes - 15 entries and over.
7. SCRATCHES: Exhibitors that fail to officially scratch any entry two hours prior to the start of a session from a class that is subsequently
divided will be fined up to $100 per horse per class payable to the competition. Rule SB113.
8. PROTESTS: Please refer to Rule GR603 concerning protest. The USEF deposit fee is $200 if made by a Federation member or the parent
of a junior exhibitor member or $300 if made by a non-member.
9. REGISTRATION PAPERS. A photocopy of registration papers must accompany each horse entered in the American Saddlebred, Road
Horse and Hackney Pony divisions. THERE WILL BE A $3 PER COPY PER PAGE CHARGE IF THE SHOW OFFICE HAS TO MAKE
THESE COPIES. A COPY MUST BE KEPT ON FILE IN THE SHOW OFFICE SO THESE COPIES WILL NOT BE RETURNED.
Numbers will not be released for an entry in these divisions without proper proof of registration. Names of horses/ponies must be on the
entry form. The word “entry” may not be used. All horses/ponies must be entered in their full registered name and number and in the current
owner of record. USEF Rule SB101.
10. No exhibitor numbers will be released until all USEF membership numbers and amateur cards, ASHA registration papers and current
card, and AHHS and ARHPA membership cards are presented and approved by show secretary.
11. DAMAGES: All owners and exhibitors will be held responsible for any damage incurred by them or their agents to barns or other
properties on the show grounds and will be charged accordingly. UNDER NO CONDITIONS SHALL ANYTHING BE NAILED, SCREWED,
STAPLED OR OTHERWISE ADHERED TO ANY OF THE STALLS OR STABLING FACILITIES IN SUCH A MANNER THAT PERMANENTLY
DAMAGES THESE AREAS.
12. STALLS: Stalls will be available from Monday, September 19th through Sunday, September 25th at $90.00 per stall. No stalls will be
reserved unless accompanied by payment in full for all stalls. A total of 560 permanent stalls with doors are available and will be reserved
on request. A $15.00 extra charge per stall will be charged for Sunday, September 18th arrival. PERMISSION MUST BE GRANTED FOR
EARLY ARRIVAL. ONE DAY ACADEMY STALLS: These will be available after 2 PM on Friday, September 23 in a separate location in
Barn 5 at $40.00 per stall.
13. GROUNDS FEE: A grounds fee of $15.00 per day per animal will be assessed for all animals not paying a stall fee. EXHIBITORS MUST
PARK IN A DESIGNATED AREA FOR DAY EXHIBITORS.
14. PRIZE LIST STATEMENT: "“" Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current USEF Rulebook
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will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith."” ASHAG''S Academy Rules will be conducted and judged in accordance therewith.
Exhibitors are requested to thoroughly acquaint themselves with the rules of the USEF, and The Horse Protection Act Of 1979 as
amended. Any change in the current USEF rule book will be automatically a part of this Prize List."
15. CLASS ENTRIES: Three entries are necessary to fill a class unless otherwise specified, or the class may be cancelled at the option of
the show committee. If the entries in two or more of the same division are not sufficient to fill, the committee reserves the right to combine
the same into one competition.
16. All horses must be serviceably sound, except Equitation Divisions. In case of suspected unsoundness, the judge may, if he/she so
desires, have the horse examined by the show veterinarian and their decision will be final. No exhibitor may use a Veterinarian’s Statement to
contradict the Judge’s decision. In reference to the soundness of equitation horses, refer to Rule EQ104.1: “Unsoundness does not penalize
a competitor unless it is sufficiently severe to impair the required performance. In such cases, the imposition of a penalty is at the judge’s
discretion.”
17. The Show Committee reserves the right to decline receipt of any entry and to return any entry fee and/or stable fee before or during the
show, without being liable for compensation.
18. The Show Committee, Georgia International Horse Park, Rockdale County and The City of Conyers, Ga., nor any sponsor will be
responsible for any accident which may occur to any owner, vendor, spectator, driver, rider, groom, attendance animal, or equipment at the
Show. WARNING: Under Georgia Law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to or death of a participant
in equine activities pursuant to Chapter 12 of Title 4 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated.
19. NO PERSON will be allowed in the show ring during the time of judging except the exhibitor and those having official or requested
duties to perform. No horse will be allowed in the Show Ring except at such hours as posted at show office.

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20. DISCIPLINE: Exhibitors are notified that any act of discourtesy or disobedience to the judge or officials, on the part of the owner,
manager, rider, driver, or groom shall be grounds to disqualify the horse, and the owner shall forfeit his entry fee and other fees. In the case
of any horse being disqualified, the winner of the next succeeding prize in that class shall take the prize that had been awarded to such
disqualified horse.
21. Should any question arise that is not provided for in the foregoing rules, the same shall be referred to the Show Committee whose
decision shall be final.
22. All riders, drivers, attendants, and grooms must be neatly and appropriately dressed upon entering the ring.
23. AMATEUR CARDS: See USEF Article GR1307. NOTE: Every person who has reached his 18th birthday and competes in
classes for amateurs under USEF rules must possess an Amateur Card issued by the Federation and BEARING THE CURRENT DATE.
and must be checked by Horse Show Office. (If possible send copy with entry.) Application may be made at Horse Show Office
by check only. USEF Members - No Fee. Non-USEF Members - $30.00. Age of junior exhibitors on December 1, 2010, shall be maintained
as his/her age for the show year ending November 30, 2011. The USEF non-member fee is $30.00 USEF Drug Fee $15.00
Fee $15.00 ($7.00 drugs and medication, $8.00 USEF fee) GR 206 + 208. All horses on grounds are subject to drug testing rules.
24. ALL DOGS AND PETS MUST BE LEASHED AT ALL TIMES WHILE ON THE GIHP PROPERTY. LOOSE DOGS AND PETS will be picked
up and detained until the owner has paid a $100 fine. For the second offense, the owner may be barred from showing and may be asked to
leave the show grounds. This extreme action is necessary in order to protect exhibitors from injury and to protect the financial investment.
THIS RULE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. GR 1301. 6 rules apply.
25. NEGATIVE COGGINS: A valid negative Coggins test within one year of show must accompany every horse on the grounds and be
available for inspection by GA Inspectors at showgrounds. A CURRENT HEALTH CERTIFICATE is recommended for each horse crossing
state lines.
26. PRIZE MONIES: Premiums will be credited to the account of the agent and credit balance will be mailed to the address of the
exhibitor within 30 days following competition. Any checks not cashed by the last day of December 2011 will be forfeited to the show. No
Exceptions!
27. PARKING: All motorized vehicles, including cars, trucks, vans, trailers, golf carts and RV’s after unloading, must park in the designated
parking area. Fire regulations prohibit all such vehicles from being parked in the stabling area. All violators will be towed at owners expense.
All participants must adhere to the fire codes of Rockdale County.
28. MOTORIZED VEHICLES: 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 an kind including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or described motorized
farm utility vehicles on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate the above vehicles as
long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. The parent(s), legal guardian(s), or individual who signs the entry blank as the parent or
guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from operation.
Violations of this rule will be cause for sanctions against parent(s), guardian(s) and/or trainers(s) who are responsible for the child committing the offense.
Penalties may include exclusion of the child, parent(s), guardian(s), and/or trainers 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. GR1301.7.
29. ELECTRICAL AND FIRE CODES: All electrical installations and connections must meet all state and county codes. Aisles shall be
maintained clear for a minimum of six (6) feet wide and eight (8) feet high. No obstructions or projections shall be allowed in these aisles,
prohibiting these specifications. No Class I Flammable Liquids such as gasoline are allowed inside the building. No one shall, without
consent of the GIHP, put up or operate any engine or motor inside the GIHP facility or use oils, bottled gas, camphene, kerosene or naphtha
for either mechanical or other purposes. Those using the above stated items, with consent of GIHP, shall use with due care and precaution.
COOKING AND GRILLING ARE NOT PERMITTED WITHIN ANY STABLING AREA. SMOKING IS PROHIBITED IN AND AROUND ALL BARNS
AND ALL STABLING FACILITIES. Violators shall be prosecuted accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Barn outlets are not sufficient for GOLF CART
or RV currents. Anyone found in violation of above stated rules shall be subject to dismissal from further participation in the horse show
without recourse.
30. MEDICAL WASTE: Sharps containers have been placed at the end of the barn aisles in a ratio of one container per 25 stalls. These
containers cannot be covered by stall decorations. GR1210.4 - Competition management shall place a minimum of one sharps container
per each 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 instruments in convenient locations in barns housing competition horses. It is competition
management’s responsibility to replace such containers when full and dispose of them properly. Competition management may fine any
individuals including trainers, owners, exhibitors, or their agents up to $100 for improper disposal of needles or other sharp disposable
instruments. Competition management will place a notice of this requirement either in its prize list or on a specific handout given to trainers
or check in at the competition. If local law has different requirements, local law will prevail. Competitions failing to comply with placing the
required number of containers on the show grounds will be considered in violation of the rules and may be subject to penalty as determined
by the CEO or Executive Director and/or the Hearing Committee.
31. CAMPERS: Camper Hookups will be available in 2011 through the Horse Show Office at $25.00 per day.
32. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PROHIBITED: The possession or consumption of alcoholic beverages in the park is prohibited. NOTE:
The GIHP Management strongly urges all participants to use glass containers of any sort with due care and caution. Those mishandling
such containers shall be suitably prosecuted.
33. ALL CHECKS returned for insufficient funds (closed accounts, etc.) will be charged a $50.00 handling fee. No one will be allowed to
show if they have a bad check or handling fee outstanding.
34. COMPETITION ARENA is 280’ x 115’ with an all weather mixture of sand and rock dust for footing in all arenas. FENCING:
Exhibitors, sponsors and all other attendants visiting the Georgia International Horse Park are prohibited to sit or to climb on any and all
fencing on Horse Park Property. Show arena will be closed 2 hours before each session except for Sat. 1 pm Academy performance.
35. FEED: Queenwood Products located at the Georgia International Horse Park will be the “official feed and bedding store” of all and any
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events taking place on the GIHP property. In order to assure exhibitors of an adequate supply of feed based on fair market prices, no other
feed vendor other than Queenwood Products will be permitted on the grounds without the express permission of Management.
36. VETERINARIAN: A qualified veterinarian will be on site during each performance throughout the competition.
37. Questions not covered by the rules of the USEF Federation shall be decided by the management of the show.
38. NEW: GR840: Attention getting devices and/or other noisemakers (including but not limited to tape measures, blow horns, bamboo
poles, explosives, fire extinguishers, baby powder, whips longer than 6’, etc.) are not allowed in and around the make up and competition
rings during scheduled competition sessions. All such items will be confiscated and offenders will be reported to the USEF. (See also
GR839.4.i)
39.           USEF MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT: LIFE, SENIOR ACTIVE AND JUNIOR ACTIVE MEMBERS SHALL BE ELIGIBLE
TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL CLASSES AT REGULAR COMPETITIONS, EVENING COMPETITIONS AT THE PRELIMINARY LEVEL
OR ABOVE AND COMBINED DRIVING COMPETITIONS AT THE ADVANCED LEVEL, DRESSAGE, REINING AND VAULTING
COMPETITIONS AND ENDURANCE RIDES PROVIDED THE RESPECTIVE BREED/DISCIPLINE DUES OR BREED/DISCIPLINE
CATEGORY FEE HAS BEEN PAID. A NON-MEMBER MAY PARTICIPATE AS A HANDLER, RIDER, OWNER, LESSEE, AGENT,
COACH OR TRAINER AT REGULAR COMPETITIONS, EVENING COMPETITIONS, DRESSAGE COMPETITIONS, REINING
COMPETITIONS AND COMBINED DRIVING COMPETITIONS UPON PAYMENT OF A $30 NON-MEMBER 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 limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF INTRODUCTORY LEVEL
TEST, PAS DE LUEX 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; 11) ASSISTANT HANDLERS
IN DRESSAGE SPORT HORSE BREEDING CLASSES. (See GR901.9 of the Federation Rules).
40.           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 the Rules of The United States
Equestrian Federation, Inc. (the “Federation”) and the local rules of the competitions. I agree to be bound by the
Bylaws and Rules of the Federation and of 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, cablecasts, broadcasts, internet, film, new media 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 laws of the State of New York, and any action instituted against the Federation
must be filed in New York State. See GR908.4.

                                 UPHA THREE YEAR OLD CLASSICS
$250 Added UPHA CLASSICS are offered for Three and Five Gaited, Fine Harness and Park Pleasure
three year olds at the Southeastern Charity Horse Show. The Eligibility Fee, which must be paid by all
horses or ponies prior to their showing in a UPHA Classic Class is $50 if paid by April 1, 2011, and will
be $100 if postmarked after April 1. Eligibility Forms are available from UPHA office. The entry fee for
each qualifying class is $100 payable as follows: $50 Declaration fee due on August 177, and $50 starting
fee due 24 hours prior to the class. Please include your CLASSIC ENTRIES on the Southeastern entry
blank by Aug. 17, 2011 and make Classic Fees payable to: The Southeastern Charity Horse Show.



                                        PREMIUM SCHEDULE
             Premium                        1st           2nd           3rd           4th           5th           6th
             $0                             T/R      R         R        R                           R             R
             $150                           $50      $35       $30      $20                         $15           R
             UPHA/$250 Added                50%      30%       20%      $50                         $50           $50
             $300                           $100     $80       $60      $35                         $25           R
             Jackpot Stakes                 35%      20%       15%      10%                         10%           10%
                                          $1500 added money plus 75% entry fees



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   OFFICIAL BEDDING SUPPLIER

             Queenwood Products will handle
      all bedding requests. You must order directly
 through them at 770-860-9111 or 770-860-9177 (Fax).
       Georgia sales tax will apply to all purchases.


   Place orders early and specify arrival date and time.
    Straw is not allowed at GIHP and bedding may not
be hauled in by an outside vendor. They will also handle
golf cart rentals at $45.00 / day - order 1 week in advance.


   HORSE SHOW OFFICE HOURS:
              9 a.m.- 4 p.m., Tues.- Sat.

                      770-602-2510

                MAIL ENTRIES EARLY!
                  CLOSING DATE
                   August 17, 2011
   Please note that entries will close on Wednesday,
   August 17, 2011. Post Entries will be accepted at a
   $10.00 additional charge per horse plus Regular
   Entry Fees.



                —PONY MEASUREMENTS—
           PONIES WILL BE MEASURED AT 6:00 P.M.
              WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY



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                                                SADDLEBRED HORSE DIVISION
All horses must be registered with the American Saddlebred Registry, Inc. or the Canadian American Saddle Horse Registry. They must be
entered in their full registered name with registration number and under the name of the owner of record. A copy of the registration papers or
Certificate of Eligibility to Show issued by the American Saddlebred Registry must be submitted with entry before competition number will
be released. Owners and trainers at USEF recognized competitions rated “A” in all Saddlebred sections must be current members in good
standing with the American Saddlebred Horse Association, Inc. SB 101-119.

                                                     FIVE-GAITED SECTION
To be shown at an animated walk, trot, slow gait, rack and canter both ways of the ring. Refer to: (USEF) Chapter SB127-130.

7.        $150 FIVE-GAITED - LADIES
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

16.       $150 FIVE-GAITED - NOVICE
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

27.       $150 FIVE-GAITED - JUNIOR EXHIBITOR (17 AND UNDER)
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

36.       $150 FIVE-GAITED - ADULT AMATEUR
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

57.       $150 FIVE-GAITED - JUNIOR HORSE
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

70.       $250 ADDED FIVE-GAITED - THREE YEAR OLD UPHA CLASSIC
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $100.00

73.       $300 FIVE-GAITED - LADIES STAKE
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in Class 7.

113.      $300 FIVE-GAITED - JUNIOR EXHIBITOR STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in Class 27.

124.      $300 FIVE-GAITED - ADULT AMATEUR STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in Class 36.

127.      $1,500 ADDED FIVE-GAITED - JACKPOT STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $100.00
          Open to all horses with no qualification requirement. $1500 added money plus 75% of all entry fees will be added to the purse.




                 SCHS is proud to support the Kiwanis Club of Conyers
                                 and these charities:
                         Rockdale County Special Olympics,
                     Conyers-Rockdale Boys and Girls Club,
                          The Mercy Heart Health Clinic


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                                                   THREE-GAITED SECTION
       To be shown at an animated walk, park trot and canter both ways of the ring. Horse must be shown with roached mane and tail.
                                                   Refer to: (USEF) Chapter SB131-134.

8.         $250 ADDED THREE-GAITED - THREE YEAR OLD UPHA CLASSIC
           Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $100.00

12.        $150 THREE-GAITED - JUNIOR OR NOVICE HORSE
           Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

14.        $150 THREE-GAITED - LADIES
           Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

24.        $150 THREE-GAITED - JUNIOR EXHIBITOR (17 YEARS AND UNDER)
           Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
           Qualifies for Class 113.

26.        $150 THREE-GAITED - ADULT AMATEUR
           Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

38.        $150 THREE-GAITED - TWO YEAR OLD
           Friday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00

114.       $1800 ASRGN $300 THREE-GAITED - AMATEUR/JUNIOR EXHIBITOR STAKE
           Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
           Must qualify in Class 14 If shown by a lady amateur exhibitor or Class 24 or Class 26.
           ASRGN Paybreak: 1-$300, 2-$200, 3-$100.

120.       $1,500 ADDED THREE-GAITED - JACKPOT STAKE
           Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $100.00
           Open to all horses with no qualification requirement. $1500 added money plus 75% of all entry fees will be added to the purse.



                                              FINE HARNESS HORSE SECTION
To be shown at an animated walk, park trot and “Show Your Horse”, Exception: “Show Your Horse” is not called for in the Ladies, Junior
Exhibitors, Amateur, Owners and Amateur Owners Classes.
                                                 Refer to: (USEF) Chapter SB120-126.

10.        $150 FINE HARNESS - AMATEUR
           Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

21.        $150 FINE HARNESS - JUNIOR HORSE
           Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

50.        $250 ADDED FINE HARNESS - THREE YEAR OLD UPHA CLASSIC
           Friday Morning - Entry Fee $100.00
           Judged on performance, presence, quality, manners and conformation.

118.       $1,500 ADDED FINE HARNESS - JACKPOT STAKE
           Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $100.00
           Open to all horses with no qualification requirement. $1500 added money plus 75% of all entry fees will be added to the purse.


                                               THREE-GAITED PARK SECTION
Horses shown in any class of this division are ineligible to show in the Saddlebred Performance Division or the Saddlebred Pleasure
Division at the same show except they may show In Hand or Model Classes.
                                                   Refer to: (USEF) Chapter SB135-138.

4.         $150 THREE-GAITED PARK - JUNIOR HORSE
           Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00


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18.       $150 THREE-GAITED PARK - OPEN
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

32.       $150 THREE-GAITED PARK - AMATEUR
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

59.       $150 THREE-GAITED PARK - THREE YEAR OLD
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

67.       $300 THREE-GAITED PARK -STAKE
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in one other class in this division.

72.       $150 THREE-GAITED PARK - JUNIOR EXHIBITOR
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

117.      $300 THREE-GAITED PARK - JUNIOR EXHIBITOR STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 72.

119.      $300 THREE-GAITED PARK - AMATEUR STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 32.

                                        THREE-GAITED PARK PLEASURE SECTION
To be shown at a flat walk, trot and canter. Refer to: (USEF) Chapter SB168-172

2.         ASB PARK PLEASURE - OPEN
           Wednesday Evening - Entry fee $25.00

25.       ASB PARK PLEASURE - NOVICE HORSE
          Thursday Evening - Entry fee $25.00

37.       ASB PARK PLEASURE - JUNIOR HORSE
          Friday Morning - Entry fee $25.00

40.       ASB PARK PLEASURE - AMATEUR
          Friday Morning - Entry fee $25.00

42.       $250 ADDED THREE-GAITED ASB PARK PLEASURE - THREE YEAR OLD UPHA CLASSIC
          Friday Morning - Entry fee $100.00

109.       $150 ASB PARK PLEASURE - AMATEUR STAKE
           Saturday Evening - Entry fee $35.00
           Must qualify in class 40.

123.       $150 ASB PARK PLEASURE - STAKE
           Saturday Evening - Entry fee $35.00
           Must qualify in one other class in this division.

                                                ASB SHOW PLEASURE SECTION
To be shown by an amateur or junior exhibitor. To be show at a flat walk, trot and canter plus slow gait and rack in five-gaited classes.
In driving classes, the gaits are flat walk, trot and extended trot. Entries must stand quietly and back readily in line-up.
                                                       Refer to: (USEF) Chapter SB139-152.

ASB THREE-GAITED SHOW PLEASURE SECTION
11.       $150 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-GEORGIA OWNED
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
          Must be owned by a current resident of Georgia and shown by amateur rider of any age

28.       $150 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-ADULT AMATEUR
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

31.       $150 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-JUNIOR EXHIBITOR - 13 YEARS & UNDER
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
          Qualifies for Class 82..                  14
34.        $150 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-JUNIOR EXHIBITOR 14-17 YEARS
           Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

66.        $150 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-NOVICE RIDER
           Friday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
           Open to amateur riders of any age who have not won three blue ribbons at USEF regular member shows.

82.        $300 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-JUNIOR EXHIBITOR STAKE
           Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $45.00
           Must qualify in Class 31, 34, 11 or 66 (if shown by Jr. Exhibitor).

112.       $300 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-ADULT AMATEUR STAKE
           Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
           Must qualify in Class 11, 28 or 66.

ASB FIVE-GAITED SHOW PLEASURE SECTION
22.        $150 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-FIVE-GAITED-ADULT AMATEUR
           Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
           To be shown at flat walk, trot, slow gait, rack at moderate speed and canter.

62.       $150 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-FIVE-GAITED-JUNIOR EXHIBITOR
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

112.       $300 ASB ENGLISH SHOW PLEASURE-FIVE-GAITED STAKE
           Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
           Must qualify in Class 22 or 62.

ASB SHOW PLEASURE DRIVING SECTION
13.        $150 ASB DRIVING SHOW PLEASURE-OPEN
           Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

71.        $300 ASB DRIVING SHOW PLEASURE - STAKE
           Friday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
           Must qualify in Class 13.


                                   ASB THREE-GAITED COUNTRY PLEASURE SECTION
Open to registered mares or geldings and must be plain shod without pads, bands, bars or attachments. Must be shown with a full mane and
tail. Shown at a flat walk, trot, extended trot and canter. Driving classes to be shown at a flat walk, trot & extended trot, speed to be penalized.
Hunters to be shown at a walk, trot, extended trot, canter and hand gallop. Entries must be asked both ways to halt and stand quietly on the
rail and back. Horses showing in Country Pleasure cannot cross-enter in the American Saddlebred Show Pleasure Horse classes and vice
versa except in Pleasure Equitation Classes. To be judged 75% on manners, performance, presence and 25% on total conformation.
                                                       Refer to: (USEF) Chapter SB153-167.

ASB THREE-GAITED ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE SECTION
6.         $150 ASB ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE-GEORGIA OWNED
           Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
           Must be owned by a current resident of Georgia and shown by amateur riders of any age.

30.        $150 ASB ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE-ADULT AMATEUR
           Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

43.        $150 ASB COUNTRY PLEASURE-NOVICE RIDER
           Friday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00
           Open to amateur riders of any age who have not won three blue ribbons at USEF regular member shows.

48.        $150 ASB ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE-JUNIOR EXHIBITORS-17 YEARS AND UNDER
           Friday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00



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77.       $300 ASB ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE-JUNIOR EXHIBITOR STAKE
          Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 6, 43 (if shown by a junior exhibitor) or 48.

86.       $300 ASB ENGLISH COUNTRY PLEASURE-ADULT AMATEUR STAKE
          Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 6, 30 or 43.

ASB THREE-GAITED HUNTER COUNTRY PLEASURE SECTION
52.       ASB HUNTER COUNTRY PLEASURE
          Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00

80.       $150 ASB HUNTER COUNTY PLEASURE - STAKE
          Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $35.00
          Must qualify in class 52.

ASB THREE-GAITED WESTERN COUNTRY PLEASURE SECTION
17.       $150 ASB WESTERN COUNTRY PLEASURE
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
          Shown at a flat walk, jog trot, and lope on a reasonably loose rein without undue restraint (ridden with one hand on reins).

68.       $150 SADDLE & BRIDLE’S ASB SHATNER WESTERN PLEASURE CLASSSM
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
          This class qualifies for the 2012 finals.

122.      $300 ASB WESTERN COUNTRY PLEASURE-STAKE
          Saturday Evening - .Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 17 or 68.

ASB DRIVING COUNTRY PLEASURE SECTION
1.        $150 ASB DRIVING COUNTRY PLEASURE-OPEN
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

61.       $300 ASB DRIVING COUNTRY PLEASURE-STAKE
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 1.

                                                        ROADSTER DIVISION
Owners, riders, drivers, and trainers of horses and ponies participating at Federation licensed competitions in the Roadster Division
must be current members in good standing with the American Road Horse and Pony Association and provide an original or copy of the
ARHPA membership card unless the competition, at its discretion, confirms membership electronically with the ARHPA office. Lessees are
considered owners in connection with this membership requirement. In the event of an entry under multiple ownership, only one owner
need be a member of ARHPA. RD101.3. All classes are affiliated with Equine Services Roadster Cup.

Drivers to wear stable colors, cap and jacket to match. To be shown at jog-trot and road gait the first way of the ring, the second way show at
jog trot, road gait, and at speed. Number must be worn on back of driver. In order to compete, all horses must be Standardbreds registered
with the United States Trotting Horse Association or the Canadian Trotting Horse Association (exception: horses that have competed in any
Roadster Division class at a USEF recognized event prior to December 1, 2003).
                                                    Refer to: (USEF) Chapter RD 101-113.

5.        $150 ROADSTER HORSE TO BIKE-AMATEUR
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

58.       $300 ROADSTER HORSE TO BIKE - AMATEUR STAKE
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 5.

125.      $1,500 ADDED ROADSTER HORSE TO BIKE - JACKPOT STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $100.00
          Open to all horses with no qualification requirement. $1500 added money plus 75% of all entry fees will be added to the purse.



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                                                   HACKNEY PONY DIVISION
Owners and trainers of Hackney ponies must show proof of membership with the AHHS in order to compete in the Hackney Division at USEF
recognized competitions. Hackney ponies must be registered with the American or Canadian Hackney Horse Society. They must be entered
under their full registered name with number by the owner(s) of recent record. All Youth Medallion competitors must be members of the
AHHS in order to compete in their respective classes. All Hackney Roadster ponies must show measurement cards issued in the year 2004
and beyond or be re-measured and issued a new measurement card prior to competing in recognized competitions.
                                                  Refer to (USEF) Chapter HK101-132.

3.        $150 HACKNEY PONY-OPEN
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

15.       $150 HARNESS PONY-OPEN
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

29.       $150 HACKNEY PONY - AMATEUR
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

39.       SINGLE HACKNEY/HARNESS PONY PLEASURE DRIVING - AMATEUR
          Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
          Open to registered Hackney Ponies 14.2 Hands & under. To be driven by a junior or amateur exhibitor.
          Open to mares and geldings only. Longtails and Cobtails shown together. To be shown at a flat walk, pleasure trot,
          road trot (showing a distinct difference in gait). Ponies must stand quietly and are required to back.

63.       $150 HARNESS PONY - AMATEUR
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

81.       $300 HACKNEY PONY STAKE
          Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 3 or 29.

115.      $150 SINGLE HACKNEY/HARNESS PONY PLEASURE DRIVING - AMATEUR STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $35.00
          Must qualify in class 39.

126.      $300 HARNESS PONY - STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 15 or 63.

                                                  ROADSTER PONY DIVISION
Ponies may not be shown in a performance class unless the owner possesses a current measurement card or valid measurement form issued
by USEF; otherwise ponies must be measured prior to showing. To be shown to a bike at a jog-trot, road gait the first way of the ring, then
reversed and shown at a jog-trot, road gait and at speed. Driver to wear suitable colors. All classes affiliated with Equine Services Road
Pony Cup.
                      Refer to: (USEF) Chapter RD114-115. New 2009 ARHPA membership rule in effect. RD 101

9.        $150 ROADSTER PONY TO BIKE - OPEN
          Wednesday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

23.       $150 ROADSTER PONY TO BIKE - AMATEUR
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00

35.       ROADSTER PONY TO BIKE - JUNIOR/NOVICE PONY
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $25.00
45.       $150 ROADSTER PONY TO BIKE - JUNIOR EXHIBITOR
          Friday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00
          Qualifies for class 110.
51.       ROADSTER PONY UNDER SADDLE JUNIOR EXHIBITOR
          Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
          Judging will be based 50% on suitability and 50% on presentation. To be shown by a juvenile exhibitor and judged on manners,
          performance, speed, quality and suitability of rider to pony. To be shown under English saddle, full martingale, open bridle with
          snaffle bit, single or double rein and protective boots. Rider to wear stables colors, jacket and cap to match. PROTECTIVE
          HEADGEAR IS MANDATORY. Shown at a jog-trot, road gait and then at speed. One attendant may be allowed and may stand
          an entry on its feet and thereafter remain at least two (2) paces distant from the head.
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75.       ROADSTER PONY TO WAGON
          Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00

89.      $150 ROADSTER PONY UNDER SADDLE - JUNIOR EXHIBITOR STAKE
         Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $35.00
         Must qualify in class 51.

110.      $300 ROADSTER PONY TO BIKE - AMATEUR/JUNIOR EXHIBITOR STAKE
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in class 23, 45 or 35 if shown by an amateur.

121.      $300 ROADSTER PONY TO BIKE - CHAMPIONSHIP
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $45.00
          Must qualify in any other class in this section.

                                           SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION DIVISION
Open to juniors who have not reached their 18th birthday unless otherwise specified. Refer to: (USEF) EQ115-119.

20.       UPHA CHALLENGE CUP EQUITATION - 17 YRS & UNDER
          Thursday Evening - Entry Fee $25.00
          Winner is eligible for the Chapter and National or Junior UPHA Challenge Cup Championship and will be eliminated from further
          competition in qualifying classes this season. Showmanship is paramount throughout the class. Top 4 riders must be worked
          individually. “Trot a serpentine to the opposite end of the ring. Return down either rail at a show trot.” Judged 60% on rail work
          and 40% on the workout.

49.       SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION - WALK & TROT ONLY (10 YRS. & UNDER)
          Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
          For beginning riders 10 years old and under only. Judged at walk and trot only on the rail. No canter. Rider may not have ever been
          judged in a class that required a canter. Cannot enter any other class in this division except class 78.

53.       SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION - ADULT AMATEUR
          Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
          Open to amateur riders 18 years of age or older. Tests 1-13 and 15-16.

60.       UPHA PLEASURE CHALLENGE CUP-RIDERS 17 & UNDER
          Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
          Open to all saddle seat equitation riders, 17 years of age and under, riding a mare or gelding of any breed. Pleasure equitation
          riders will qualify for the UPHA Pleasure Challenge Cup Championship by placing first or second in a UPHA Pleasure Challenge
          Cup or first through sixth in an open UPHA Challenge Cup.

65.       SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION-17 YEARS & UNDER
          Friday Evening - Entry Fee $25.00
          Tests 1-16.

78.       SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION-WALK & TROT ONLY (10 YRS. & UNDER) CHAMPIONSHIP
          Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00
          For the beginning riders 10 years old and under only. To be eligible, rider must qualify in class 49.

83.       USEF SADDLE SEAT ADULT AMATEUR MEDAL CLASS
          Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
          Open to Senior Active Amateur Members of the Federation. Two or more individual tests of the top 4 competitors are
          required. Tests 1-13 and 15-16. See EQ 118.14C.

88.       SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION-SADDLE & BRIDLE’S ASB PLEASURE EQUITATION MEDALLION CLASSSM
          Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
          Open to all saddle seat pleasure equitation riders, who have not reached their 18th birthday, riding an American Saddlebred
          Pleasure Horse or Country Pleasure Horse. The winner and second place rider are eligible to compete in the 2012 Saddle &
          Bridle Medallion Finals to be held at the St. Louis National Charity Horse Show in St. Louis, Mo. The winner is eliminated from
          further competition in qualifying classes this season once he has qualified. The judge upon his discretion, may ask for a stop and
          back a few steps on the rail, the horse to stand quietly, and demonstrate a brisk trot. An appropriate workout is to be selected by
          the judge and the top four riders if available are required to work. Refer to: (USEF) EQ118.16 for qualifying pertaining to age.
          Medallion and 6 Ribbons.


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111.      SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION-CHAMPIONSHIP
          Saturday Evening - Entry Fee $30.00
          17 years old and under. To be eligible, rider must qualify in one other class in this section.
                                                        FRIESIAN DIVISION
                                                 Refer to USEF Chapter FR.
33.       FRIESIAN ENGLISH PLEASURE SADDLE SEAT-OPEN
          Thursday Evening - Entry Free $25.00
          Refer to Chapter FR 122-126.
47.       FRIESIAN ENGLISH PLEASURE WALK & TROT-OPEN
          Friday Morning - Entry Free $25.00
          Horse and rider combination may not have shown in a class requiring a canter at any USEF licensed competition.
          Refer to Chapter FR 192.
56.       FRIESIAN COUNTRY PLEASURE SADDLE SEAT-OPEN
          Friday Evening - Entry Free $25.00
          Refer to Chapter FR 127-130.
69.       FRIESIAN ENGLISH PLEASURE SADDLE SEAT-STAKE
          Friday Evening - Entry Free $30.00
          Must qualify in Class 33.
76.       FRIESIAN ENGLISH PLEASURE WALK & TROT STAKE
          Saturday Morning - Entry Free $30.00
          Must qualify in Class 47.
84.       FRIESIAN COUNTRY PLEASURE SADDLE SEAT-STAKE
          Saturday Morning - Entry Free $30.00
          Must qualify in Class 56.

                                            SOUTHEASTERN FUTURITY DIVISION
All horses entered in this division must be registered with the American Saddlebred Registry, Inc. and must be nominated with the
Southeastern Futurity. A copy of each horse’s registration papers must be presented before an entry will be issued. All entries will follow
the rules set by the Futurity Committee of USEF, ASHA, and the Southeastern Futurity. The use of curb bits on weanlings or yearlings is
prohibited. Weanlings and yearlings must show with uncut, unset tails. Tail sets worn on the show grounds or in preparation for the show are
expressly forbidden. The use of artificial appliances or devices on weanlings or yearlings such as (but not limited to) chains, shackles,rubber
bands, blindfolds or full cup blinkers is prohibited on the grounds before or during the show. Any entry with prohibited equipment must
be disqualified from further competition and shall forfeitall entry fees and winnings. Blinker hoods with half cups mounted in the vertical
position so as to allow forward vision are allowed to be used on yearlings only.
19.       SOUTHEASTERN FUTURITY-WEANLING
          Thursday Evening - No Entry Fee - 10 Ribbons
          2011 Colts and Fillies.
55.       SOUTHEASTERN FUTURITY-YEARLING
          Friday Evening - No Entry Fee - 10 Ribbons
          2010 Colts and Fillies.
74.       SOUTHEASTERN FUTURITY-TWO YEAR OLD FINE HARNESS
          Saturday Morning - No Entry Fee - 10 Ribbons
          Horses to wear a full mane and tail and to be shown to an appropriate four wheel buggy with light harness, snaffle bit and
          overcheck. To be shown at an animated walk, park trot, and “Show Your Horse,” and to stand quietly.

                           OPPORTUNITY/MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES - NON-USEF RATED
These are non-rated USEF classes but are recognized by USEF and subject to all USEF rules including drug testing. They are exempt from
the $8.00 Federation Fee and $7.00 Equine Drug and Medicine Fee. At this show, exhibitors in these classes may cross-enter in other
applicable rated classes. If cross-entered, all applicable USEF fees and membership requirements will apply. Refer to USEF Rule GR 821.
NOTE: In Opportunity English Pleasure Saddle and Driving, the use of artificial appliances or devices such as chains, shackles, rubber
bands, blinkers (except when driving) or blindfolds is prohibited on the grounds before or during competition. There is no penalty for
the use of bustles or tail sets while on the show grounds but may not show with the tail tied or braced, and unset tails will not penalized.
The fact that a horse's tail has once been set does not exclude participation. Braiding is not allowed. Horses will not be asked to back. or

41.       OPPORTUNITY WALK & TROT PLEASURE - ANY AGE RIDERosr
          Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
          Shown at a walk and trot, will not be asked to back. Rider may not have cantered in any class at any show. May cross-enter
          into rated classes at this show.

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44.   OPPORTUNITY WESTERN PLEASURE - OPEN
      Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
      Open to all breeds and may be shown by an amateur or professional. To be shown at a flat walk, jog trot, and lope both ways of
      the ring. Must stand quietly in the line up and back readily. To be judged on manners, performance, quality, and conformation.
      May cross enter into any Saddlebred Pleasure Division (rider or driver in the Saddlebred Pleasure Division must be an amateur
      or juvenile).

46.   OPPORTUNITY ENGLISH PLEASURE - OPEN
      Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
      Open to all breeds and English disciplines. May be shown by a junior exhibitor, amateur, or professional. To be shown
      at a flat walk, trot, extended trot, and canter both ways of the ring. Must stand quietly in the lineup and will NOT be asked to back.
      To be judged on manners, performance, presence and quality. Showing in this section does not qualify horse for any stakes
      or championships in other sections. May cross enter into any Saddlebred Pleasure Division (rider or driver in the Saddlebred
      Pleasure Division must be an amateur or junior exhibitor).

54.   OPPORTUNITY PLEASURE DRIVING - OPEN
      Friday Morning - Entry Fee $25.00
      Open to all breeds and disciplines. May be shown by a junior exhibitor, amateur, or professional. To be shown
      at a flat walk, trot, and extended trot both ways of the ring. Must stand quietly in the lineup and will NOT be asked to back. To be
      judged on manners, performance, presence and quality. Showing in this section does not qualify horse for any stakes
      or championships in other sections. May cross enter into any Saddlebred Pleasure Division (rider or driver in the Saddlebred
      Pleasure Division must be an amateur or junior exhibitor).

64.   OPPORTUNITY PARADE HORSE - OPEN
      Friday Evening - Entry Fee $25.00
      Open to stallions, mares, and geldings. To be shown at an animated walk and the parade gait, speed not to exceed 5 miles per
      hour. Horse to halt and stand quietly from both the walk and parade gait. To be judged 75% on performance, manners, and
      confirmation; 25% on appointments of the horse and rider. USEF PH 101-107 rules to apply.

79.   OPPORTUNITY ENGLISH PLEASURE - STAKE
      Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00
      Must qualify in Class 46.

85.   OPPORTUNITY WESTERN PLEASURE - STAKE
      Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00
      Must qualify in Class 44.

87.   OPPORTUNITY WALK & TROT PLEASURE CHAMPIONSHIP - ANY AGE RIDER
      Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00
      Shown at a walk and trot, will not be asked to back. To be eligible, rider must qualify in Class 41.

90.   OPPORTUNITY PLEASURE DRIVING - STAKE
      Saturday Morning - Entry Fee $30.00
      Must qualify in Class 54.

91.   LEAD LINE
      Saturday Afternoon - Entry Fee $10.00 / All first place ribbons.
      Open to children 6 years of age and under led by one attendant. Not costume dress. Pleasurable type mounts only.
      Please use discretion. Judged on proper attire and manners.




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                       ACADEMY DIVISION/EXHIBITION- NON -USEF RATED
These classes are non-rated USEF classes but are recognized by USEF and subject to all USEF rules including drug testing. Refer to USEF
Rule GR119.To be judged according to Georgia Academy guidelines. Saddleseat, hunt seat, and western disciplines are allowed. Copies
of the rules are available in the Show Office. GEORGIA RULES ARE POSTED ON THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE http://www.ashag.org/ go to
Rules. As of 2008, all headers in Academy classes must be 16 years of age or older.

SATURDAY 1 PM              MEDALLION AND 8 RIBBONS                 ENTRY FEE IN ALL QUALIFYING CLASSES              $20 EACH
                                                                   ENTRY FEE IN CHAMPIONSHIPS                       $25 EACH

 92. Academy Lead Line - Walk & Trot (8 & Under)
 93. Academy Equitation - Walk, Trot & Canter - Adult
 94. Academy Equitation - Walk, Trot & Canter - (17 & Under)
 95. Academy Equitation - Walk & Trot - Adult
 96. Academy Equitation - Walk & Trot - (14-17)
 97. Academy Equitation - Walk & Trot - (11-13)
 98. Academy Equitation - Walk & Trot - (9-10)
 99. Academy Equitation - Walk & Trot (8 & Under)
100. Academy Showmanship - Walk, Trot & Canter - Adult
101. Academy Showmanship - Walk, Trot & Canter - (17 & Under)
102. Academy Showmanship - Walk & Trot - Adult
103. Academy Showmanship - Walk & Trot - (14-17)
104. Academy Showmanship - Walk & Trot - (11-13)
105. Academy Showmanship - Walk & Trot - (11-13) (9-10)
106. Academy Showmanship - Walk & Trot - (8 & Under)
107. Academy Equitation - Walk, Trot & Canter Championship
     Must qualify in any WTC class.
108. Academy Equitation - Walk & Trot Championship
     Must qualify in any WT class.


NOTICE: ENTRIES CLOSE AT 4 P.M. ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2011. CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES MAY BE POST
ENTERED. THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS. CLASSES WILL BE SPLIT IF THERE ARE MORE THAN EIGHT ENTRIES.
THE SPLIT WILL BE EVERY OTHER NUMBER. SPLITS WILL BE POSTED BEFORE THE END OF THE FRIDAY EVENING
SESSION

PLEASE USE ENCLOSED SEPARATE ACADEMY ENTRY BLANK. ONE DAY ACADEMY STALLS WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER
2:00 P.M. ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 IN A SEPARATE LOCATION IN BARN 5 AT $40.00 PER STALL.




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          Class sponsorships are available and your continued support is
          appreciated. Starting at the $100.00 level, class sponsors enjoy
            the Sponsor Party on Saturday Sept. 24th 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
                     in the Carriage Room next to the arena.

                             For additional information, please contact:
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                                George Anne Nash – 770-475-1867


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The Georgia International Horse Park is located just 28 miles from the city of Atlanta. ~ Take Exit 82 off Interstate 20 in Conyers. Travel North
approximately 4 miles. Turn right onto Centennial Olympic Parkway. The main entrance to the Park is 2 miles ahead on the right.
An alternative route to the Park is via Salem Road (Exit 84) off Interstate 20. Take Exit 84 and travel North approximately 1 mile. At Gees Mill
Road, turn right and the Georgia International Horse Park Gate A is 2.5 miles on the right. To continue to the main gate (Gate C), continue past
Gate A and turn right at the stop sign onto Centennial Olympic Parkway. The main entrance will be on your right.
                     Entries Close Wednesday, August 17th, 2011
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    American Saddlebred Registry Grand National
      American Saddlebred Registry its series of prize money shows. We
American Saddlebred Registry Grand National has selected this show as part ofGrand National
are grateful to show management for its cooperation and participation.
 American Saddlebred Registry Grand National has selected this show as part of its series of prize money shows. We
                             The specific class selected participation.
 are grateful to show management for its cooperation and for Southeastern Charity is:

                             The specific Amateur/Junior Exhibitor is:
                        Three-Gaited class selected for Southeastern CharityStake
                         Three-Gaited Amateur/Junior Exhibitor Stake
                                      ASR Owner  Original      Sire
                                                   of Record             Recorder            Nominator
                                st
                              1 place              ASR Owner
                                                     $ 300                 Original
                                                                           $ 300                   Sire
                                                                                                $ 300
                              2nd place              $ Record
                                                    of 200                Recorder
                                                                           $ 200               Nominator
                                                                                                $ 200
                              3rd st place
                                1 place                100
                                                     $ $ 300                 100
                                                                           $ $ 300                 100
                                                                                                $ $ 300
                              ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                2nd place              $ 200                 $ 200                $ 200
                              TOTALS
                                3rd place              600
                                                     $ $ 100                 600
                                                                           $ $ 100                 600
                                                                                                $ $ 100
                               ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                               TOTALS                 $ 600                 $ 600                $ 600
                    GRAND TOTAL OFFERED $1,800
                        Prize TOTAL will be awarded by mail
                    GRANDmoney for this class OFFERED $1,800
              as soon as complete show results are received in the American Saddlebred Registry office.
                                  Prize money for this class will be awarded by mail
                                    ************************************
               as soon as complete show results are received in 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 2011 foals ************************************
                                          (sired by an ASRGN Nominated Sire) will have lifetime eligibility to win
  Give your foals a lifetime of any division, at any age, wherever ASRGN ASRGN recorded show horses. For a
Grand National prize money ineligibility for Grand National prize money asclasses are held. ASRGN recording is one-
  time only to of $250, your 2011 foals (sired by an ASRGN Nominated Sire) will have lifetime eligibility to win
transferablefee subsequent owners without payment of additional fees.
 Grand National prize money in any division, at any age, wherever ASRGN classes are held. ASRGN recording is
 transferable to subsequent owners without in American Saddlebred Registry Grand National is membership in the
The only other requirement for participation payment of additional fees.
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.
 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 2011 foals – November 30, 2011
   Stallion Nomination and Recording Deadline for 2011 foals – November 30, 2011




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USEF Competition Name:_________________________________USEF#______________
                              SOUTHEASTERN CHARITY HORSE SHOW                           370
Competition Division(s) and Rating(s):__________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
"A" RATED IN Five-Gaited, Three-Gaited, Fine Harness, Three- Gaited Park, Saddlebred Pleasure, Roadster
__________________________________________________________________________
Pony, Roadster Horse, Hackney and Harness Pony, Hackney-Harness Pleasure Driving Pony, and Friesian




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