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					               RULES AND REGULATIONS                                                  ERIE HUNT & SADDLE CLUB
•Erie Hunt and Saddle Club strongly recommends that all                                  GOVERNING BOARD
 horses entering the grounds have a Negative Coggins
 and current vaccinations recommended for this area.
                                                                             OFFICERS
•The Erie Hunt & Saddle Club will not be responsible for any damage,
 injury or loss to persons, animals or property of exhibitors or             PRESIDENT              DAN DEITCH                      739-9415
 spectators. Every class offered herein which is covered by the              VICE-PRESIDENT         PEG HULL                        734-3764
 current U.S.E.F. rule book will be conducted and judged in
 accordance therewith: any class not covered shall have the rules            SECRETARY              DIANNE OLMSTEAD                 474-2554
 posted in the secretary's office.                                           TREASURER              SUE STROHMEYER                  825-5367
•Any horse or rider disrupting a class will be excused from the class.
•Rider’s age is determined as of December 1st, of the preceding year.        COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN
•Entries may be shown both English and Western with the                      PROGRAMS         KATIE PASSEROTTI                  717-377-2630
 appropriate tack and attire. All tack changes must be cleared with the                       DARLENE MILLS                         323-6128
 announcer and paddock master.
                                                                             MEMBERSHIP       WENDY BOLDING                         725-7384
•Stallions are prohibited in classes for Juniors.
                                                                             PUBLICITY        MARY WRAY                             734-4879
•All horses exhibited in breed classes must show papers.
                                                                                              JUDY OSIECKI                          734-1945
•Hobbles and lariats are optional in Stock Seat classes.
                                                                             ADS & SPONSORS   CHARLOTTE DEITCH                      739-9415
•For lack of entries, the show committee reserves the right to cancel        AWARDS           TINA LEARN                            734-7015
or combine classes as necessary.
                                                                                              JEN WILLIAMS                          756-3565
• In Equitation classes the rider is being judged, in all others the horse   SCHEDULING       KATHY ANTUS                           725-8159
  is being judged.                                                           CLUBHOUSE        CARLA WERLING                         877-3252
•Food will be available at the club house.                                   PROPERTIES       JIM WRAY                              734-4879
•All dogs must be leashed.                                                   GROUNDS          RON OLMSTEAD                          474-2554
•All riders in over fence classes or schooling must wear U.S.E.F.            STABLING         JAN MADIGAN                           688-8543
approved protective headgear: per U.S.E.F. Article 318 No’s 2 and 3,         LAND DEVELOPMENT GENE STROHMEYER                       825-5367
(Harness required for Juniors).                                              WEBMASTER        JUDY COOK                             725-4347
•All Junior riders (17 and under) whenever mounted or driving must
wear U.S.E.F. approved (harness) headgear.                                      The Governing Board meets on the first Tuesday of each month.
•Stalls are available (at regular shows) for owner of the horse at              The General Membership meets on the third Tuesday of each
$15.00 members / $25.00 non-members per day: bedding included.
Anyone wishing to reserve a stall must contact the EHSC Stabling             month and are open to the public. Call any Board member for the time
Chairman. Stalls may not be claimed prior to 7:00 A.M. on the day of         and location of meetings.
the show except by contacting the Stabling Chairman.
                                                                             MEMBERSHIP FEES:               $20.00 Individual
•We reserve the right to change classes as required.                                                        $25.00 Family
•Check web site www.ehsc-lhpc.org for corrections or updates                                                $55.00 Associate
•Hunter Classes:
        *Standard nose bands must be used.
        *Standing martingales are allowed in over fence classes only.
        *No boots or wraps are allowed.

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    ERIE HUNT AND SADDLE CLUB
                            WHO ARE WE
    The E.H.S.C. is a non-profit organization of approximately 200
members, founded in 1962 for the promotion, education and enjoyment of                    2009 SHOW AND EVENT SCHEDULE
equestrian activities. We own 50 acres on the corner of Eureka and Old State
Roads in Franklin Center, just outside Erie, PA. We are easily accessible           DATE SHOW / FUNCTION              CHAIRPERSON                    PHONE (814)
from interstates 90 and 79.
                                                                                    APRIL 7         Board Meeting                Carla Werling@ Clubhouse
     Our facility is comprised of (2) sand show / Dressage rings, permanent         APRIL 21        General Membership Meeting
stabling for 100 horses (with running water), a club house with kitchen, both       MAY 5           Board Meeting                Peg Hull @ home               734-3764
permanent and portable sound systems, stadium fences and a cross country            MAY 17          Summer Show I                Jan Madigan                   688-8543
course that can support Novice through Intermediate levels.                         MAY 19          General Membership Meeting
                                                                                    JUNE 2          Board Meeting                Jim & Mary Wray @ clubhouse
    We hold a number of horse-related events per summer, including two
                                                                                    JUNE 6          Open Fun Show                Cloverleaf 4H Club
USEA recognized Horse Trials and a Dressage Show. In addition to the
                                                                                    JUNE 7          Summer Show II               Cloverleaf 4H Club
shows we offer clinics throughout the year, contribute to area charities,
                                                                                    JUNE 16         General Membership Meeting
support our local Pony Club and 4H Clubs.
                                                                                    JUNE 20, 21     L.H.P.C. Horse Trials        Liz Chilcott                  734-5009
     EHSC general membership meetings are held on the third Tuesday of              JUNE 24-28      L.H.P.C Camp
each month and are open to anyone. Our programs include Lectures, films,            JULY 7          Board Meeting                Ron Olmstead @ home           474-2554
demonstrations and activities involving all aspects of horse health, care and       JULY 11         Hunter Jumper Show           Lew Trumble                   434-3319
riding.                                                                             JULY 12         E.H.S.C. Hunter Jumper       Lew Trumble                   434-3319
                                                                                    JULY 18         4H Qualifying Show           4H Only
     We feel there are many organizations, groups and individuals, such as          JULY 19         Summer Show III              Jan Madigan                   688-8543
you, who may benefit from an association with the EHSC. Our current                 JULY 21         General Membership Meeting
member services include free use of grounds and club house with permission          JULY 23-26      4H Camp
of president or vice-president, eligibility for year end awards, reduced rates at   AUGUST 1        Dressage Show                Wendy Bolding                 725-7384
certain shows and functions, reduced stabling at most shows, preferential           AUGUST 2        Mini Event                   Jan Madigan                   688-8543
entry for limited entry functions, a monthly news letter and an annual              AUGUST 4        Board Meeting                Dan & Char Deitch @ home      739-9415
membership directory.                                                               AUGUST 15, 16   E.H.S.C. Horse Trials        Peg Hull                      734-3764
                                                                                    AUGUST 18       General Membership Meeting
   We believe we can offer more with your help. We are always looking for           AUGUST 23       Hunter Pace I                Dan And Charlotte Deitch      739-9415
ways to improve our Club and offer better shows and events.                         AUGUST 30       Hunter Pace II               Dan And Charlotte Deitch      739-9415
                                                                                    SEPTEMBER 1      Board Meeting               Wendy Bolding                 725-7384
      The EHSC Club Grounds are available for lease, whether horse related          SEPTEMBER 13    Hunter Pace III              Dan And Charlotte Deitch      739-9415
or not. For information call any EHSC Board Member listed in this book or           SEPTEMBER 15    General Membership Meeting   (ELECTIONS)
visit our website: EHSC-LHPC.ORG                                                    SEPTEMBER 20    Open Fun Show                Jan Madigan                   688-8543
                                                                                    SEPTEMBER 27    Hunter Pace Rain Date        Dan And Charlotte Deitch      739-9415
                 Please Volunteer to help out!                                      OCTOBER 4       Jumping Derby                Kathy Antus                   725-8159
                     We always need help.                                           OCTOBER 6       Board Meeting                Kathy Antus @ home
                                                                                    OCTOBER 20      General Membership Meeting
Members that work at shows and Work days can earn E.H.S.C. Dollars.                 NOVEMBER 3      Board Meeting                Judy Cook @ Clubhouse
They are redeemable for class fees, memberships, Year End Awards banquet            NOVEMBER 6      Awards Banquet               Katie Passerotti/Darlene Mills 323-6128
and more.                                                                           DECEMBER 1      Board Meeting                Gene & Sue Strohmeyer
                                                                                    DECEMBER 6      Club Christmas Party         At the Clubhouse               323-6128


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               SUMMER SHOW SERIES                                                                                  RING 2—8:00 AM
SUNDAY: MAY 17, 2009, SUNDAY: JUNE 7, 2009, SUNDAY: JULY 19, 2009
                                                                                        37.   Walk/Trot X-Rails
                                      2 Judges                                          38.   Walk/Trot X-Rails
               ENTRY FEE: $6.00 / class + $1.00 number deposit                          39.   Walk/Trot/Canter X-Rails
                  AWARDS: Prize and 6 ribbons per class.                                40.   Walk/Trot/Canter X-Rails
                                                                                        41.   Walk/Trot/Canter Under Saddle
•All riders in over fence classes or schooling must wear U.S.E.F. approved protective   42.   Warm up 2’
 headgear: per U.S.E.F. Article 318 No’s 2 and 3, (Harness required for Juniors).
                                                                                        43.   Beginner Rider Hunter 2’
•All Junior riders (17 and under) mounted or driving must wear U.S.E.F. approved        44.   Beginner Rider Hunter 2’
(harness) headgear.
FOR INFORMATION CALL: DAN DEITCH 814-739-9415                                           45.   Beginner Rider Hunter Under Saddle
FOR STABLING CALL: JAN MADIGAN 814-688-8543                                             46.   Short and Long Stirrup Hunter 2’
STABLING: $15.00 MEMBERS / $25.00 NON-MEMBERS, TACK STALLS $5.00 (IF AVAILABLE)         47.   Short and Long Stirrup Hunter 2’
                                                                                        48.   Short and Long Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle
                            RING 1—9:00 AM                                              49.   Warm up 2’3”
                                                                                        50.   Novice Rider Hunter 2’3”
  1.   Grooming and Showmanship (17 and under)                                          51.   Novice Rider Hunter 2’3”
  2.   Grooming and Showmanship (18 and over)                                           52.   Novice Rider Hunter Under Saddle
  3.   Walk Trot Equitation(17 & under)                                                 53.   Very Green Hunter 2’3”
  4.   Walk Trot Equitation (18 and over)                                               54.   Very Green Hunter 2’3”
  5.   Walk Trot Pleasure (17 & under)                                                  55.   Very Green Hunter Under Saddle
  6.   Walk Trot Pleasure (18 & over)                                                   56.   Warm up 2”3” or 2’6”
  7.   Western Pleasure(17 and under)                                                   57.   Intermediate Rider Hunter 2’3” or 2”6”
  8.   Adult Western Pleasure (18 and over)                                             58.   Intermediate Rider Hunter 2’3” or 2”6”
  9.   Open Western Pleasure                                                            59.   Intermediate Rider Hunter Under Saddle
 10.   Wide Awake Western Pleasure                                                      60.   Low Children’s/Adult Hunter 2’6”
 11.   Stock Seat Equitation (17 and under)                                             61.   Low Children’s/Adult Hunter 2’6”
 12.   Adult Stock Seat Equitation (18 and over)                                        62.   Low Children’s/Adult Hunter Under Saddle
 13.   Trail Class                                                                      63.   Green Hunter 2’6”-2’9”
 14.   Walk Trot Trail                                                                  64.   Green Hunter 2’6”-2’9”
 15.   Lead Line(6 and under)                                                           65.   Green Hunter Under Saddle
 16.   4H Pleasure Open (Riders must wear approved headgear)                            66.   Children’s/Adult Hunter 2’9”-3’
 17.   Walk Trot Barrels                                                                67.   Children’s/Adult Hunter 2’9”-3’
 18.   Open Barrels                                                                     68.   Children’s/Adult Hunter Under Saddle
 19.   Walk Trot Knock The Can                                                          69.   Open Jumper I (Table II) 2’-2’3”
 20.   Open Knock The Can                                                               70.   Open Jumper II (Table II) 2’6”-2’9”
 21.   Walk Trot Pole Bending
 22.   Open Pole Bending                                                                      Class Descriptions
 23.   Walk Trot Texas Keyhole
 24.   Open Keyhole                                                                           Walk-Trot and Canter Crossrails - Open to riders with limited experience.
                           (Classes Not To Start Before 1:00)                                 Short Stirrup Hunter - Open to riders 12 years & under with limited experience.
                                                                                              Long Stirrup Hunter - Open to riders over 12 years with limited experience.
 25.   E.H.S.C. Pleasure (Members Only) 17 and under                                          Very Green Hunter - Open to Horses and ponies in their first or second calendar
 26.   E.H.S.C. Pleasure (Members Only) 18 and over                                           year of showing over fences.
 27.   Jack Benny/ Lucille Ball Pleasure (39 and over)                                        Hi / Low Hunter - Open to all horses.
 28.   Open Pleasure Pony                                                                     Low Intermediate Hunter - Open to Juniors and Amateurs.
 29.   Arabian, Half Arabian, Morgan & Saddlebred Open Pleasure                               Intermediate Rider Hunter - Open to Juniors and Amateurs.
                                                                                              Low Children’s Hunter - Open to Junior riders on Horses.
 30.   Saddle Seat Equitation Open
                                                                                              Children’s Hunter - Open to Junior riders.
 31.   English Pleasure Horse                                                                 Adult Hunter - Open to Amateur riders 18 years and older.
 32.   English Pleasure (17 and under)                                                        Novice Rider Hunter - Open to riders who have not won 5 blue ribbons.
 33.   English Pleasure (18 and over)
 34.   Hunt Seat Equitation (17 and under)
 35.   Adult Hunt Seat Equitation (18 and over)
 36.   Road Hack Horse

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      HUNTER JUMPER SHOWS AT E.H.S.C.
                 SATURDAY: JULY 11, 2009
                  SUNDAY: JULY 12, 2009
      Saturday July 11, Hunter Show, managed by Lew
                 Trumble and Lisa Culver
      ∗   2 rings with divisions for everyone from cross
          rails to 3’ Hunters
      ∗   Saturday evening: exhibitors party
      ∗   A great way to get that “big” horse show
          feeling at an inexpensive local horse show.
                Sunday do it all over again!
            Spend the whole weekend showing!
           Sunday July 12, E.H.S.C. Hunter Show
                 Managed by: Lew Trumble
          2 rings offering cross rails to 3’ Hunters




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  Horse Sports in Erie Hunter Jumper Show                Ring 2
                         Saturday July 11, 2009          37.   Hi / Low Hunter (2’3”-2’6”)
                                                         38.   Hi / Low Hunter (2’3”-2’6”)
                       Start Time 8:30 AM                39.   Hi / Low Hunter Under Saddle
  For more information call: Lew Trumble: 814-434-3319   40.   Low Intermediate Hunter (2’3”)
                                                         41.   Low Intermediate Hunter (2’3”)
                                                         42.   Low Intermediate Hunter Under Saddle
Ring 1                                                   43.   Low Intermediate Hunter Equitation on the Flat
                                                         44.   Low Adult Hunter (2’3”)
1.    Walk-Trot Under Saddle-(not to jump)               45.   Low Adult Hunter (2’3”)
2.    Walk-Trot - Equitation on the Flat (not to jump)   46.   Low Adult Hunter Under Saddle
3.    Walk Trot Pleasure -(not to jump)                  47.   Low Adult Hunter Equitation on the Flat
4.    Warm Up Over Crossrails                            48.   Intermediate Rider Hunter (2’6”-2’9”)
5.    Walk-Trot Crossrails                               49.   Intermediate Rider Hunter (2’6”-2’9”)
6.    Walk-Trot Crossrails                               50.   Intermediate Rider Hunter Under Saddle
7.    Walk-Trot Under Saddle                             51.   Intermediate Rider Hunter Equitation on the Flat
8.    Walk-Trot Equitation on the Flat                   52.   Mountaineer H/J Association Equitation over fences 14&under
9.    Canter Crossrails                                  53.   Mountaineer H/J Association Equitation over fences 15-17
10.   Canter Crossrails                                  54.   Low Children’s Hunter
11.   Canter Under Saddle                                55.   Low Children’s Hunter
12.   Canter Equitation on the Flat                      56.   Low Children’s Hunter Under Saddle
13.   Schooling Hunter (2’-2’3”)                         57.   Low Children’s Equitation on the Flat
14.   Schooling Hunter (2’-2’3”)                         58.   Adult Hunter (2’9-3’)
15.   Schooling Hunter Under Saddle                      59.   Adult Hunter (2’9-3’)
16.   Short Stirrup Hunter (18”-2’)                      60.   Adult Hunter Under Saddle
17.   Short Stirrup Hunter (18”-2’)                      61.   Young Horse Under Saddle (3,4 and 5 year old horses)
18.   Short Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle                  62.   Warm-Up (2’6”-2’9”)
19.   Short Stirrup Equitation on the Flat               63.   Pre-Green Hunter (2’9”-3’)
20.   Long Stirrup Hunter (18”-2’)                       64.   Pre-Green Hunter (2’9”-3’)
21.   Long Stirrup Hunter (18”-2’)                       65.   Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle
22.   Long Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle                   66.   Children’s Hunter (2’9”)
23.   Long Stirrup Equitation on the Flat                67.   Children’s Hunter (2’9”)
24.   Beginner Rider Hunter (18”-2’)                     68.   Children’s Hunter Under Saddle
25.   Beginner Rider Hunter (18”-2’)                     69.   Novice Amateur Hunter (2’6”-2’9”)
26.   Beginner Rider Hunter Under Saddle                 70.   Novice Amateur Hunter (2’6”-2’9”)
27.   Beginner Rider Hunter Equitation on the Flat       71.   Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle
28.   Hopeful Hunter (2’-2’3”)                           72.   Adult Equitation Over Fences
29.   Hopeful Hunter (2’-2’3”)                           73.   Adult Equitation on the Flat
30.   Hopeful Hunter Under Saddle                        74.   Open Hunter (2’6”)
31.   Very Green Hunter (2’3”)                           75.   Open Hunter (2’6”)
32.   Very Green Hunter (2’3”)                           76.   Open Hunter Under Saddle
33.   Very Green Hunter Under Saddle                     77.   Classic (2’6”-2”9”) Note:$25.00 entry fee, limited to 20 Horses
34.   Young Hunter (2’-2’3”)                                                       Exhibitor Party to Follow
35.   Young Hunter (2’-2’3”)                                                   For Hunter Jumper Show Book
36.   Young Hunter Under Saddle                                               Call Lew Trumble @ 814-434-3319
                                                                               Or see our web-site ehsc-lhpc.org

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                Erie Hunt and Saddle Club
                  Hunter Jumper Show                                         Ring 2
                                                                             40.   Hi / Low Hunter (2’3”-2’6”)
                          Sunday July 12, 2009                               41.   Hi / Low Hunter (2’3”-2’6”)
                        Start Time 8:30 AM                                   42.   Hi / Low Hunter Under Saddle
      For more information call: Lew Trumble: 814-434-3319                   43.   Low Intermediate Hunter (2’3”)
                                                                             44.   Low Intermediate Hunter (2’3”)
Ring 1                                                                       45.   Low Intermediate Hunter Under Saddle
                                                                             46.   Low Intermediate Hunter Equitation on the Flat
1.    Walk-Trot Under Saddle-(not to jump)
                                                                             47.   Low Adult Hunter (2’3”)
2.    Walk-Trot - Equitation on the Flat (not to jump)                       48.   Low Adult Hunter (2’3”)
3.    Walk Trot Pleasure -(not to jump)
                                                                             49.   Low Adult Hunter Under Saddle
4.    Warm Up Over Crossrails
                                                                             50.   Low Adult Hunter Equitation on the Flat
5.    Walk-Trot Crossrails
                                                                             51.   Intermediate Rider Hunter (2’6”-2’9”)
6.    Walk-Trot Crossrails
                                                                             52.   Intermediate Rider Hunter (2’6”-2’9”)
7.    Walk-Trot Under Saddle
                                                                             53.   Intermediate Rider Hunter Under Saddle
8.    Walk-Trot Equitation on the Flat                                       54.   Intermediate Rider Hunter Equitation on the Flat
9.    Canter Crossrails
                                                                             55.   Francis Gannon Memorial Medal
10.   Canter Crossrails
                                                                             56.   Low Children’s Hunter
11.   Canter Under Saddle
                                                                             57.   Low Children’s Hunter
12.   Canter Equitation on the Flat
                                                                             58.   Low Children’s Hunter Under Saddle
13.   Schooling Hunter (2’-2’3”)                                             59.   Low Children’s Equitation on the Flat
14.   Schooling Hunter (2’-2’3”)                                             60.   Adult Hunter (2’9-3’)
15.   Schooling Hunter Under Saddle
                                                                             61.   Adult Hunter (2’9-3’)
16.   Short Stirrup Hunter (18”-2’)
                                                                             62.   Adult Hunter Under Saddle
17.   Short Stirrup Hunter (18”-2’)
                                                                             63.   Warm-Up (2’6”-2’9”)
18.   Short Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle
                                                                             64.   Pre-Green Hunter (2’9”-3’)
19.   Short Stirrup Equitation on the Flat                                   65.   Pre-Green Hunter (2’9”-3’)
20.   Long Stirrup Hunter (18”-2’)                                           66.   Pre-Green Hunter Under Saddle
21.   Long Stirrup Hunter (18”-2’)
                                                                             67.   Children’s Hunter (2’9”)
22.   Long Stirrup Hunter Under Saddle
                                                                             68.   Children’s Hunter (2’9”)
23.   Long Stirrup Equitation on the Flat
                                                                             69.   Children’s Hunter Under Saddle
24.   Beginner Rider Hunter (18”-2’)
                                                                             70.   Novice Amateur Hunter (2’6”-2’9”)
25.   Beginner Rider Hunter (18”-2’)                                         71.   Novice Amateur Hunter (2’6”-2’9”)
26.   Beginner Rider Hunter Under Saddle
                                                                             72.   Novice Amateur Hunter Under Saddle
27.   Beginner Rider Hunter Equitation on the Flat
                                                                             73.   Adult Equitation Over Fences
28.   Novice Rider Hunter (2’)
                                                                             74.   Adult Equitation on the Flat
29.   Novice Rider Hunter (2’)
                                                                             75.   Open Hunter (2’6”)
30.   Novice Rider Hunter Under Saddle
                                                                             76.   Open Hunter (2’6”)
31.   Hopeful Hunter (2’-2’3”)
32.   Hopeful Hunter (2’-2’3”)
                                                                                                   For Hunter Jumper Show Book
33.   Hopeful Hunter Under Saddle
                                                                                                  Call Lew Trumble @ 814-434-3319
34.   Very Green Hunter (2’3”)
                                                                                                   Or see our web-site ehsc-lhpc.org
35.   Very Green Hunter (2’3”)
36.   Very Green Hunter Under Saddle
37.   Hunter Hack (2 fences at 2’)
38.   Road Hack (Walk, trot, Canter, Extended Trot, Hand Gallop)
39.   $150 Pleasure Stake (Walk, Trot, Canter, Extended Trot, Hand Gallop)

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Hunter Divisions

Walk-Trot and Canter Crossrails - Open to riders with limited experience.
                                                                                           FULL PAGE $100.00
Schooling Hunter - Open to all horses and riders.

Short Stirrup Hunter - Open to riders 12 years & under with limited experience.
                                                                                        1/2 PAGE AD (THIS SIZE)
Long Stirrup Hunter - Open to riders over 12 years with limited experience.
                                                                                                 $50.00
Beginner Rider Hunter - Open to riders of any age with limited experience.

Hopeful Hunter - Open to all horses and riders                                    NICE SIZE FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Very Green Hunter - Open to Horses and ponies in their first or second calendar
year of showing over fences.
                                                                                  Don't forget to patronize our Sponsors
                                                                                  And tell them you saw their ad in the
Hi / Low Hunter - Open to all horses.
                                                                                         EHSC 2009 Show Book
Low Intermediate Hunter - Open to Juniors and Amateurs.

Intermediate Rider Hunter - Open to Juniors and Amateurs.

Low Children’s Hunter - Open to Junior riders on Horses.                                1/4 PAGE AD (THIS SIZE)
Children’s Hunter - Open to Junior riders.

Adult Hunter - Open to Amateur riders 18 years and older.                                        $25.00
Pre-Green Hunter - Open to horses of any age which have never shown in any
class which requires the horse to jump 3’6” or higher.
                                                                                     GREAT SIZE FOR WISHING
Novice Amateur Hunter - Open to Amateur riders 18 years or older.                 SOMEONE YOU KNOW GOOD LUCK.
Open Hunter - Open to all horses.

Young Rider - Open to 3,4 and 5 year old horses.                                      THE ERIE HUNT AND SADDLE CLUB
                                                                                  APPRECIATES YOUR SUPPORT AND WILL MAIL
                             For Questions contact:
                          Lew Trumble 814-434-3319
                                                                                  YOU A RECEIPT (FOR YOUR RECORDS) AND A
                                      Or                                              COPY OF THIS YEAR’S SHOW BOOK.
                           Lisa Culver 724-752-5170
                                                                                                 THANKS
                                                                                          DAN DEITCH (PRESIDENT)


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                   DRESSAGE SCHOOLING SHOW                                                                         DRESSAGE SHOW ENTRY FORM
                               Judges:                                                                                             AUGUST 1, 2009
                        SATURDAY AUGUST 1, 2009                                                                  ONE HORSE AND RIDER PER FORM
                FOR INFORMATION CALL SHOW ORGANIZER:                                                     Opening date: June 30 2009 – Closing date: July 25, 2009
Wendy Bolding               814-725-7384 email: wenbolding@msn.com                                 Please check the test(s) desired. PLEASE PRINT all information clearly
         Opening Date: June 30, 2009    Closing Date: July 25, 2009                                Rider's name:                                          Phone:
                                CLASS LIST                                                         Address:
     USDF 2007 Intro Test A&B                                         First Level Test 1           City:                                                  State:      Zip:
     Training Level Test 1                                            First Level Test 2
                                                                                                   Owners name:                                           Phone:
     Training Level Test 2                                            U.S.E.A. Rider’s Choice
                                                                                                   E-mail
     Training Level Test 3                                            U.S.E.F. Rider’s Choice
     Training Level Test 4                                            Fun Class (See below)        Horse's name
                                                                                                   Sex M G S             Age
                                  “Elsie Morgan Trophy”                                            Neg. Coggin’s Test required for out of PA horses
          Awarded to the high point rider, 1st level and above, excluding Fun Class
                                                                                                         USDF Intro Level Test A                   U.S.E.A. Rider's Choice (specify)
                                         GENERAL RULES
1.   Entries will not be accepted without full payment of fees and signatures. No refunds                USDF Intro Level Test B
     after closing date. Post entries will be accepted if scheduling permits at twice the stated         Training level test 1                     U.S.E.F. Rider's Choice (specify)
     fee. No class changes will be made after schedule is complete.                                      Training level test 2
2.   Times will be posted on the web site (ehsc-lhpc.org) the Friday before the show.                    Training level test 3                     Fun Class
     Call the show chairperson for more information.                                                     Training level test 4
3.   All USDF Intro. and USEA. tests will be ridden in the small arena. All others at the                First level test 1
     discretion of Management.
                                                                                                         First level test 2
4.   Attire: Boots, Breeches and Hunt Cap required. Coat and Stock optional.
     Braiding not required. A plain snaffle bridle with a regular caveson, dropped flash or        Test Fees:                            @ $15.00 ($30.00 after closing) per Test
     crossed nose band (made entirely of leather) are mandatory. Boots, wraps, martingales, seat
     savers and side reins are prohibited and will result in elimination.                          Stabling Fee:                         $15.00 Member / $25.00 Non-member
                                                                                                   Tack Stall Fee:                       $5.00 (If Available)
5.   Awards: Ribbons to 6th place per class (minimum of three entries per class required)
     Awards pinned on percentage, not on score.                                                    Total Fees:
6.   Tests may be called by a reader provided by the rider.                                          I hereby enter the above class(es) at my own risk and agree to be responsible for any loss,
                                                                                                   injury or damage that may occur to me or to my animal or be caused by any animal exhibited by
7.   The Show Committee reserves the right to limit entries, Limit the classes per horse, to       me. I understand that the ERIE HUNT AND SADDLE CLUB or the Show Committee shall not
     provide additional judges, to add, divide or cancel classes or make whatever changes are      be responsible or held liable for any loss, damage or injury to me, to my animal or personal
     required by the circumstances of the competition.                                             property.
8.   Neither the Erie Hunt and Saddle Club or the Show Committee will be responsible for any       My signature on this form is my acceptance of and compliance with the above statement.
     damage, injury or loss to persons, horses or property of exhibitors or spectators.
                                                                                                   Riders signature:
9.   The most current USDF and U.S.E.F. tests will be used.                                        Owners signature:
10. Fees: Classes $15.00 ($30.00 after closing date) per test / Stalls: $15.00 members / $25.00    Parent/ Guardian signature:
    non-members.
                                                                                                   (If rider/owner is under 18)
11. Neg. Coggin’s Test required for out of PA horses
                                                                                                   Make checks payable to E.H.S.C.
                              FOOD AVAILABLE ON GROUNDS
                                                                                                   and send with entry form to:    Wendy Bolding
    Fun Class ( Is a riders choice, can be Musical Freestyle, Pas De Deux,                                                                    258 Freeport Road
Quadirelles, Prix Caprilli or whatever you choose.) If you are unsure check with                                                              North East, PA 16428
                                show organizer.                                                                                               814-725-7384
                                                                                                                                              wenbolding@msn.com


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                  Schooling Mini Trial                                                                       1)
                                                                                                                                                         General Rules
                                                                                                                   Dressage Tests to be ridden in the small ring (20m X 40m)
                                                                                                             2)    There will be a bit check before Dressage in warm-up area
                                       August 2 2009                                                         3)    Competitor has 45 sec to enter Dressage ring after judge signals with whistle/bell.
DIVISIONS:                                                                                                   4)    Competitor has 45 sec to cross start line in Stadium after the judge signals with bell/whistle
                                                                                                             5)    If horse leaves Dressage ring before completing test, competitor is eliminated & must ask permission to
Professionals may not ride in Rider Sections unless Horse and Rider Sections are combined                          continue the competition from the judge. If eliminated in Stadium, must ask permission from judge to do XC.
ALL JUMPING PHASES ARE UNTIMED                                                                               6)    X-Country course is open for walking at 2:00 - 3:00 pm Saturday 8/1/2009 Optional Official Course
                                                                                                                   Walk conducted at that time.
VERY Intro “A” Division (1 & 2) This Division is recommended for lower level riders/horses who               7)    Stadium Course is open for walking at 9:00 am Sunday 8/2/2009
would like an introduction to Eventing, or for the less experienced rider. The Dressage Test consists of     8)    X-Country starter will notify competitor when to leave the start box. False starts, must restart.
walk, trot and 20 meter circles in both directions. The X-Country course and Stadium course may be           9)    Only flagged jumps may be jumped always with the red flag on rider’s right and white flag on rider’s left.
competed at a walk, trot or combination of the two. Every fence is designed to be walked over                10)   There will be 30 min. after XC scores are posted for any inquiries or protests.
( height: 0’6" - 1'0" ) Stadium will consist of small cross rails and verticals. The Dressage test is the
2007 USDF Intro . Test A. Pony Club Recommendation: D-2s & D-1s capable of riding in the open.               11)   Professionals may not compete in “rider” Divisions ( unless combined with “horse” in same division).
                                                                                                             12)   Lunging allowed only in parking area & between sand rings. Absolutely no lunging allowed on XC
Intro Division “B” Division ( 3 & 4) This Division is recommended for lower level riders/horses who                Course!
would like an introduction to Eventing, or for the less experienced rider who can canter. The Dressage       13)   Tack Stalls permitted at $5.00/stall if space available. Must clean out tack stalls before you leave.
Test consists of walk, trot, canter and 20 meter circles in both directions. The X-Country course and                                                        Awards
Stadium course may be competed at a walk, trot or combination of the two. Every fence is designed to
be walked over ( height: 1’0" - 1'6" ) Stadium will consist of small cross rails and verticals. The          A trophy and first place through sixth place ribbons for each Class of the Divisions offered. Awards at
Dressage test is the 2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A . Pony Club Recommendation: D-2s &                     the end of the XC phase 1/2 hour after scores are posted for each Class.
Strong D-1s.
Very Green “C” Division (5 & 6) This Division is recommended for the lower level riders/horses
                                                                                                                                                      X-Country Numbers
with basic jumping skills. The Dressage Test consists of walk, trot and 20 meter circles in both             Lavender background with black numbers = Beginner Novice Horse/Rider
directions. The X-Country and Stadium courses consist of straight forward jumping efforts ( height:          Green background with white numbers          = Baby Beginner Novice and Very Green Horse/Rider
1'6" - 2'0"). The Dressage test is the 2007 USDF Intro . Test B. Pony Club Recommendations: D-2s.            Black background with white numbers          = VERY Intro Rider/Horse & Intro Horse/Rider
Baby Beginner Novice “D” Division (7 & 8) This Division is recommended for riders/horses who                 Entries
are comfortable with cantering and jumping small obstacles. The Dressage Test consists of walk, trot,
canter and 20 meter circles in both directions. The X-Country and Stadium courses consist of straight         Organizer may combine or further divide classes)                  Times Available July 31, 2008
forward jumping efforts (1'6" - 2'0"). The Dressage Test is the 2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A.            1.......VERY Intro Horse                                           Elizabeth J. Chilcott (Secretary)
Pony Club recommendations: D-3s & Strong D-2s.                                                               2.......VERY Intro Rider                                           814-734-5009 (evenings)
Beginner Novice “E” Division (9 &10) This Division is recommended for riders/horses who are                  3 ...... Intro Horse                                               E-Mail: ejcliz@aol.com
confident cantering and jumping obstacles in stadium & on XC. This is a standard USEA Division               4....... Intro Rider
(except timing, distance & number of obstacles) and may include changes in terrain on X-Country.             5...... Very Green Horse                                           (Organizer)
The Stadium Course will emulate a basic jumper course. Jumping Height for XC and Stadium: 2'0" -             6.......Very Green Rider
2'6". The Dressage Test is 2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A. Pony Club recommendation: C-1s                  7.......Baby Beginner Novice Hose                                  Jan Madigan
( and above) & strong D-3s.                                                                                  8.......Baby Beginner Novice Rider                                 814-688-8543
Note: This Mini Trial will be run according to USEA/USEF rules where applicable. The Event is                9.......Beginner Novice Horse
designed as a learning experience and the Organizer reserves the right to modify the rules and/or            10.....Beginner Novice Rider
combine or split classes .
                                      Rules for Attire and Equipment                                           SCHOOLING X-COUNTRY
Dressage: Light colored breeches with paddock boots and half chaps, tall leather or rubber boots
              Light colored jodhpurs with paddock boots (spurs 3/4" optional).                               Limited X-Country schooling is available (weather permitting) on Saturday 8/1/2009 from
              Hunt cap or helmet required.                                                                   3:00 - 6:00 pm.( $12.00 / Members $20.00 Non-members per round)
             Sleeved solid light colored or white shirt with collar (tucked in with belt if loops)           All fees must be paid beforehand and rider must wear his/her pinnies, ASTM/SEI helmet, breeches
             Can dress traditionally with hunt coat if desired.                                              boots etc ( see xc attire). A “sticker” will be given to each competitor who has paid to school to be
             Snaffle bits as allowed in USEA Events , except in USDF Intro Tests where Kimberwick            affixed to boot heel before schooling the xc course.
              bit and Pelham bit with converters will be permitted.                                          Schooling MUST proceed from start to finish (jumps in numerical order) under direction of XC
                           THERE WILL BE NO BRAIDING. Use extra time wisely.
               Breast plates permitted, but no martingales allowed, any English type saddle permitted        Steward
               No boots, leg wraps, or seat-savers allowed, Whips allowed                                    All riders must have a ground person ( One ground person may be responsible for up to five riders at a
                             ALL DRESSAGE TESTS MAY BE READ                                                  time)
Stadium: (Attire See above) with ASTM/SEI helmet required Safety vests are optional                          Only flagged jumps may be jumped and only in correct direction (see above). Any wrong way
             Bell Boots and Jumping Boots allowed                                                            jumping and you will be asked to discontinue schooling immediately.
             Short whips/crops or bats allowed                                                               Each jump may be jumped twice ( any more times... needs permission of XC Steward)
              Only Running Martingales (with rein stops) permitted, any bit acceptable, any English
              type saddle permitted                                                                          REFUNDS: No refunds for entries accepted after the closing date. Refund less $10.00 office fee
             No unauthorized assistance (instructing rider at a fence, telling rider where to go). Course
              to be ridden from memory.                                                                      before closing date. Rider and horse substitutions acceptable at no additional fee. Stabling fee refunded.
X-Country: (Attire See above).....and t-shirts allowed
              ASTM/SEI helmet required Any bit acceptable Any English type saddle permitted                  LATE ENTRIES: Accepted if space allows with $20.00 late fee accompanying entry and regular
              Safety Vest recommended, Bell Boots, & Jumping Boots allowed ,Only Running                     fees.
              Martingale (with rein stops) permitted
              Short whips/crops or bats allowed. No unauthorized assistance (see above). Course to be                                           Only three rides per rider per Event.
              ridden from memory.                                                                                                        Neg. Coggin’s Test required for out of PA horses
               Authorized Assistance = helping fallen rider to remount handing only helmet or
              glasses to rider. If Rider is eliminated they will be allowed to continue, unless there is a
              health or safety concern. If Rider is eliminated they may receive help in completing the
              course.

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                    Erie Hunt and Saddle Club
                          August 3, 2009
                            Mini Trial
                                                                                                                             Mini Trial
 Opening Date               Closing Date                   Times Available                                            DRESSAGE TESTS
 June 28, 2009              July 27 , 2009                  July 31, 2009
                                                                                                     2007 USDF Intro Test A                           2007 USDF Intro Test B
Secretary:                                                 Organizer:                          1. A Enter working trot rising.                  1. A Enter working trot rising
Elizabeth J. Chilcott                                      Jan Madigan                            X Halt through medium walk                       X Halt through medium walk
814-734-5009                                               814- 688-8543                          Salute: proceed medium walk                      Salute: proceed working trot rising
                                                                                               2. C Track right medium walk.                    2. C Track left working trot rising
e-mail: ejcliz@aol.com                           e-mail:
                                                                                               3. M Working trot rising                         3. E Circle left 20 meters working trot rising
                                    Divisions                                                  4. B Circle right 20 meters working trot rising     E Straight ahead
                                          FEES                                                    B Straight ahead                              4. F-X-H Change rein working trot rising
                                                                                               5. Between B & F Medium walk                     5. Between C & M Medium walk
                                                                                               6. K-X-M Free walk                               6. M-X-F Free walk on two diagonals
    Class         Division & Section                 Dressage Test               Fences           M Medium walk                                    F Medium walk
       1          “A” VERY Intro Horse            2007 USDF Intro . Test A       0'6" - 1'0"   7. C Working trot rising                         7. A Working trot rising
                                                                                               8. E Circle left 20 meters, working trot rising 8. E Circle right
       2          “A” VERY Intro Rider            2007 USDF Intro . Test A       0'6" - 1'0"      E Straight ahead                                 E Straight ahead
       3             “B” Intro Horse          2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A   1'0" - 1'6"      A Down center line.                           9. M-X-K Change rein working trot rising
       4              “B” Intro Rider         2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A   1'0" - 1'6"
                                                                                                  X                                             Halt through medium walk, salute, 10.A
                                                                                                  Down center line
       5          “C” Very Green Horse            2007 USDF Intro . Test B       1'6" - 2'0"      (Leave arena free walk on a loose rein. Exit A)     X Halt through medium walk, Salute
       6           “C” Very Green Rider           2007 USDF Intro . Test B       1'6" - 2'0"      (Leave arena in free walk. Exit A)
       7     “D” Baby Beginner Novice Horse 2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A     1'6" - 2'0"       2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A
                                                                                               1. A Enter in working trot.
       8      “D” Baby Beginner Novice Rider 2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A    1'6" - 2'0"        C Track right.
       9        “E” Beginner Novice Horse     2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A   2'0" - 2'6"   2. ME change rein working trot on half diagonal.
       10       “E” Beginner Novice Rider     2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A   2'0" - 2'6"       EK straight ahead.




                                                                                                                                                                                    A
                                                                                               3. A circle left 20 m diameter in working trot .
                          All Divisions entry fee: $47.00                                      4. Between K & A working canter left lead.
                 Stabling Fee: $15.00 EHSC Members Sat./Sun.                                   5. A Circle left 20m diameter working canter.
                       Tack stalls ( if space allows ): $5.00                                      A F B working canter left lead.




                                                                                                                                                                                                           K
                                                                                                                                                                                    D
                                                                                                                                                                         F
                         $25.00 non-members Sat./Sun.                                          6. Between B and M working trot.




                                                                                                                                                                                          DRESSAGE ARENA
       Schooling Fee: $12.00 Members / $20.00 Non-members per horse/ rider                         M C H working trot.
                                                                                               7. HB change rein working trot half diagonal.
                             combination per round
                                                                                                   BF straight ahead.
               Official Course Walk Saturday, 8/1/2009                                         8. A circle right 20m diameter working trot.




                                                                                                                                                                                    X
                                                                                               9. Between F and A working canter right lead.




                                                                                                                                                                                                           E
                                                                                                                                                                         B
   After Official Course Walk, Packets will be handed out at 3:00 pm at New Red Barn           10. A circle right 20m diameter working canter.
                  Any questions or concerns can be addressed at that time.                         A K E working canter right lead.
                      Exhibitor's Party @ 5:00                                                 11. Between E & H working trot.
                                                                                               12. Between C and M medium walk.
                    We will supply food and drink!




                                                                                                                                                                         M
                                                                                               13. M to E free walk.




                                                                                                                                                                                    G



                                                                                                                                                                                                           H
   Competitor’s & Children under 10 free - guests $5.00 each                                       E medium walk.
                                                                                               14. K working trot.
 Please mark entry form so we have an idea how many will be there.                                 A down centreline.
                                                                                               15. X halt salute.




                                                                                                                                                                                    C
No Cruelty of any kind will be tolerated and will result in immediate elimination from             (Leave arena free walk on a loose rein.)
          any phase of the competition or warm up by the TD or Judge(s)

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VERY Intro “A” Division (1 & 2) This Division is recommended for lower level
riders/horses who would like an introduction to Eventing, or for the less experienced
rider. The Dressage Test consists of walk, trot and 20 meter circles in both directions.
The X-Country course and Stadium course may be competed at a walk, trot or
                                                                                                      2009 Schooling Mini Trial
                                                                                                                        Make extra copies of entry form for multiple entries
combination of the two. Every fence is designed to be walked over ( height: 0.6" - 1'0" )
Stadium will consist of small cross rails and verticals. The Dressage test is the 2007      Send Entry to:
USDF Intro . Test A. Pony Club Recommendation: D-2s & D-1s capable of riding in             Elizabeth J. Chilcott     Make checks Payable                            Office Use Only
the open.
                                                                                            10240 Eureka Road                  To: E.H.S.C.
Intro Division “B” Division ( 3 & 4) This Division is recommended for lower level           Edinboro, PA 16412
riders/horses who would like an introduction to Eventing, or for the less experienced        (814)-734-5009
rider who can canter. The Dressage Test consists of walk, trot, canter and 20 meter
circles in both directions. The X-Country course and Stadium course may be competed         Please use this form when entering each horse/
at a walk, trot or combination of the two. Every fence is designed to be walked over        rider combination in the EHSC Mini Trial
( height: 1’0" - 1'6" ) Stadium will consist of small cross rails and verticals. The                                                                                                           Fees
Dressage test is the 2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A .
Pony Club Recommendation: D-2s & Strong D-1s.
                                                                                            Horse Name:                                                             Event Fee:
Very Green “C” Division (5 & 6) This Division is recommended for the lower level                                                                             Per horse/rider combination   $47.00
riders/horses with basic jumping skills. The Dressage Test consists of walk, trot and 20
meter circles in both directions. The X-Country and Stadium courses consist of straight     Division: (please circle one) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 XC Schooling Fee:
forward jumping efforts ( height: 1'6" - 2'0"). The Dressage test is the 2007 USDF          See back of entry                                 $12 EHSC members                             $
Intro . Test B. Pony Club Recommendations: D-2s.
                                                                                            for explanation                                    $20 non-members
Baby Beginner Novice “D” Division (7 & 8) This Division is recommended for
riders/horses who are comfortable with cantering and jumping small obstacles. The           Breed:                     Color:       ($15 EHSC, $25 all others) Stabling Fees:
Dressage Test consists of walk, trot, canter and 20 meter circles in both directions. The                                            (No Fee if staying over from Dressage Show)           $
X-Country and Stadium courses consist of straight forward jumping efforts (1'6" - 2'0").                                             (Tack Stalls $5.00 if available)
The Dressage Test is the 2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A .
Pony Club recommendations: D-3s & Strong D-2s.                                              Stable with:                                        TOTAL FEES ENCLOSED:                       $

Beginner Novice “E” Division (9 &10) This Division is recommended for riders/               Height:        Age:           (Please circle one) Stallion        Gelding         Mare
horses who are confident cantering and jumping obstacles in stadium & on XC. This is
a standard USEA Division (except timing, distance & number of obstacles) and may            Rider Name:
                                                                                            (Birth date if Jr.:)
include changes in terrain on X-Country. The Stadium Course will emulate a basic
jumper course. Jumping Height for XC and Stadium: 2'0" - 2'6". The Dressage Test is         (Please circle one) Amateur              Professional         Senior          Junior ( under 18)
2006 USEF Beginner Novice Test A . Pony Club recommendation: C-1s ( and above)              Address:                                                       E-mail:
& strong D-3s.
                                                                                            City:                                                          State:         Zip Code:
                                                                                            Home phone: (          )                                  Farm phone: (       )

Division Numbers:                                                                            If you would like to attend the exhibitor’s party please circle: yes        no
                                                                                             Number of guests            Fees for guests will be collected at the party.
1.......VERY Intro Horse
2.......VERY Intro Rider                                                                     Release: I fully understand that this (horse riding) is a high risk sport and am partici-
3 ...... Intro Horse                                                                        pating at my own risk. I hereby assume this risk and further do hereby release and hold
4....... Intro Rider                                                                        harmless the Organizer, Organizing Committee, Judge(s) & Officials, Employees &
5...... Very Green Horse                                                                    Volunteers, the Host Organization (its members) of the competition, and the Owners of
                                                                                            the property on which the competition is to be held, from all liability for negligence
6.......Very Green Rider                                                                    resulting in accidents, damage, injury or illness to myself & my property including the
7.......Baby Beginner Novice Hose                                                           horse(s) which I will compete at this competition.
8.......Baby Beginner Novice Rider                                                          Rider’s Signature                         Date        Owner’s Signature                            Date
9.......Beginner Novice Horse
10.....Beginner Novice Rider                                                                Parent/Guardian Signature                Date         Trainer/Coach Signature                      Date
                                                                                            (if Rider is under 18)



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                                                                                                                        OPEN DIVISION
               HUNTER PACE SERIES                                                       This Division is for late entries and those entries that may miss their start
        SUNDAY: AUGUST 23, AUGUST 30 , SEPTEMBER 13                                   times, Entry fee will be $30.00. To be run the same as other divisions, times
                 RAIN DATE: SEPTEMBER 27                                              will be given consecutively as riders enter this Division. NOTE: Any riders
                                                                                      may enter this Division. Riders in this Division are not eligible for Series
OFFICIAL COURSE WALK: 4:00 P.M. on Saturday August 22, August 29,                     Awards.
September 12.
PACES WILL START AT 10 A.M.                                                                                                TEAMS
AWARDS: Will be determined based on the number of entries in each                     Times will start with the first horse and stop when the last horse finishes.
Division.                                                                             All other conditions apply. A team will consist of 2 riders. Each member of
ENTRIES: Must be received by 6:00 P.M. the Friday before pace to be                   a team must pay entry and series fees.
competed in, to be eligible for Over Fences, Beginner, Flat and Pleasure Pace                                       SERIES AWARDS
Divisions. Those received after this time will be placed in the Open Divisions.
Any Division may be split if entries warrant.                                         Eligibility Fee: $5.00 Points awarded only to Eligible Horses.

OPEN DIVISION CLOSES 9:30 AM DAY OF PACE                                              To be eligible for points:
NOTE: All mounted riders must wear an approved harness hard hat &                        * Fee must be paid prior to 6:00 P.M. the Friday before Pace
boots or leather shoes.                                                                  * Horse and Rider combination must compete in at least (2) Paces in
No Standing Martingales or Tie-downs are allowed.                                     same Division.
Horses may be ridden in only 1 pace per day.                                          (ONLY PACES ENTERED AFTER SERIES FEE IS PAID WILL COUNT
Riders using a saddle with a horn may not jump any jumps.                             FOR POINTS)

                  OVER FENCES - SINGLE / TEAMS DIVISION                               Points to be awarded as follows:
  To be run over a cross-country course of up to 3.5 miles with jumps up to 2' 9".    First place...........9 Points             Fifth place .......5 Points
Riders in this division are required to jump all jumps or may pass the jump after 3   Second place......8 Points                 Sixth place ......4 Points
refusals. The course will be measured and the winning time calculated on the          Third place..........7 Points              Seventh place .3 Points
basis of a specified speed (to be announced at the course walk). Awards will be on    Fourth place........6 Points               Eighth place ....2 Points
time only. Horses completing the course nearest the time set shall be declared the    Finisher ..............1 Point
winner.                                                                                 Points for all series will be combined to determine the overall series
                                                                                      winners. In case of point ties winners will be determined by closest
            OVER FENCES - SINGLE / TEAMS BEGINNER DIVISION                            combined times for all paces.
  To be run over a cross-country course of up to 3.5 miles with jumps up to 18".       Series awards (Championship plates and ribbons and Reserve
Riders in this division are required to jump all jumps or may pass the jump after 3   Championship ribbons), for each division, Over Fences, Over Fences
refusals. The course will be measured and the winning time calculated on the          Beginner, Flat and Pleasure will be presented at the E.H.S.C. Year End
basis of a specified speed (to be announced at the course walk). Awards will be on    Awards Banquet.
time only. Horses completing the course nearest the time set shall be declared the
winner.                                                                                Winner of the Over Fences Award will also be presented with the
                                                                                      Sycamore Farms Challenge Trophy, donated in the memory of Phil
                    FLAT - SINGLE / TEAMS DIVISIONS                                   Cochran.
 To be run over the same course as the Over Fences Division but without fences.        Organizers and/or Committee reserve the right to make changes
May be ridden English or Western. All other conditions apply.                         deemed necessary without prior notice.

                     PLEASURE - SINGLE / TEAMS PACE                                     Rules for the Hunter Pace will be posted at the Secretary Stand and
 Pace to be run over the same course but at a slower time. Over fences and Flat       at the Club House.
Singles to compete in same division. All other conditions apply.                                       FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
                                                                                                         DAN DEITCH 814-739-9415

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                 HUNTER PACE ENTRY FORM                                    TO OUR 2008 E.H.S.C. YEAR END WINNERS GOOD LUCK IN 2009
                                                                                                        (ADULT)                         (JUNIOR)
                                                                       JUMPING AWARD
          August 23         August 30          September 13                   CHAMPION:                 Kiley Iszkula         Haylee Dowlen /Cassidy Rowley
                                                                              RESERVE:                  Brittany Hartley                Daria Elwell
                         Please enter me in:                           EVENT RIDER
                                                                              CHAMPION:                 Debb McCaughtry                 Kaylie Musante
      Over Fence                               On the Flat                    RESERVE:                  Debb McCaughtry                 Haylee Dowlen
      Over Fence Beginner                      Pleasure                DRESSAGE RIDER
                                                                              CHAMPION:                 Debb McCaughtry                 Emily Nash
      Open                                                                    RESERVE:        Debb McCaughtry/Amy Daugherty             Hayley Bolding
                                                                       HUNT SEAT EQ.
      Single                                   Team                           CHAMPION:                 Jen Williams                    Kaylie Musante
      Series Award (Covers all 3 Paces)                                       RESERVE:                  Carrie McCausland               Haylee Dowlen
                                                                       SADDLE SEAT EQ.
      Under 18 years old                        Over 18 years old             CHAMPION:                 Sheril Kolenda
                                                                              RESERVE:                  -
      Stabling:                                                        STOCK SEAT EQ.
                                                                              CHAMPION:                 Frank Gresh                     Carlyn Duran
      $15.00 E.H.S.C. Members                   $25.00 Non-Member             RESERVE:                  -                               Sarah Gresh
      (Note: Fee Covers all 3 Paces)                                   WALK TROT AWARD                  Haylee Dowlen (Gator )
                                                                       GAME HORSE / PONY OF THE YEAR
                                                 FEES                         CHAMPION:                 Cheyenne’s Black Bar (Kaylie Musante)
                                                                              RESERVE:                  Shawnee (Katie Reithmiller)
$25.00 per horse X number of Paces entered =                           WESTERN PLEASURE HORSE
($30.00 day of pace)                                                          CHAMPION:                 Untouchable Version (Frank Gresh)
$ 5.00 Series Award                                                           RESERVE:                  Shifty Eyed Lee (Sarah Gresh)
Stabling $15.00 / $25.00                                               ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE
                                                                              CHAMPION:                 Dee’s Special Assets (Kaylie Musante)
Tack Stalls $5.00 If available                                                RESERVE:                  Shawnee (Katie Reithmiller)
                                                                       SADDLE SEAT HORSE
                                  TOTAL:                                      CHAMPION:                 Tahoe (Sheril Kolenda)
Make Checks Payable to: E.H.S.C.                                              RESERVE:                  -
                                                                       PLEASURE PONY
Send Entries and Fees to:   Dan Deitch                                        CHAMPION:                 Silver Moon (Carlyn Duran)
                            12675 Macedonia Rd.                               RESERVE:                             (Jackie Osiecki)
                            Wattsburg, PA 16442                        PONY OF THE YEAR
                                                                              CHAMPION:                 Miss Special Dee (Carlyn Duran)
Name of Rider                                                                 RESERVE:                  Famous Amos (Cassidy Rowley)
                                                                       HORSE OF THE YEAR
Name of Horse                                                                 CHAMPION:                 First Love (Kiley Iszkula )
Address                                                                       RESERVE:                  Untouchable Version (Frank Gresh)
                                                                       HUNTER PACE OVER FENCES
City                                State        Zip                          CHAMPION:       (Sycamore Farms Award) Tanya Begole (Pardon My French )
Phone                          E-mail                                         RESERVE:                  Melissa Weirich (AC’s Society Scout)
                                                                       HUNTER PACE TRAINING OVER FENCES
Name of Team Partner                                                          CHAMPION:                 Sue Strohmeyer (Nugget) / Hayley Hartleb (Harry Potter)
(If Applicable) Note: Only 2 members per team                                 RESERVE:
                                                                       HUNTER PACE ON THE FLAT
       I agree that the Erie Hunt and Saddle Club Inc. or Ferghana            CHAMPION:                 Christine Longnecker (One Fine Bay )
Farms will not be held responsible for any damage, injury or loss to          RESERVE:                  Amber Malone (Bingo)/ Danielle Kiehlmeier (Ragin Rebel)
                                                                       HUNTER PACE PLEASURE
persons, horses or property of exhibitors or spectators.                      CHAMPION:                 Joe Russell (Smoke) Megan Wheeler (Sunflower Suzy)
Signature of Rider                                                            RESERVE:                  Liz Sambor (Payton) Greg Sambor (Stuart)
                                                                       ELSIE MORGAN MEMORIAL:           Beverly Hultman
Signature of Parent / Guardian                                         HULL CUP AWARD:                  Jeanelen Kuhl
                                                                       PRESIDENT’S AWARD:               Peg Hull
(If rider is under the age of 18)                                      HORSE HEAD AWARDS:          Sheril Kolenda, Paul Edwards, Dan Kosiorek and Tina Swope

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                                                                                    29. WALK TROT TEXAS KEYHOLE
                  AMATEUR FUN SHOW                                                  30. KEYHOLE
                         SUNDAY: SEPTEMBER 20                                       31. CUTBACK RACE
                        FOR RIDERS OF ALL AGES                                      32. CHUG-A-LUG RACE
                                                                                    33. HUNT AND HOUND
•All Junior riders (17 and under) must wear U.S.E.F. approved (harness) headgear.   34. WALK TROT EGG AND SPOON RACE
          ENTRY FEE: $5.00 / class + $1.00 number deposit                           35. EGG AND SPOON
             AWARDS: Trophy and 6 ribbons per class                                 36. DOLLAR BAREBACK
                  Oldest Rider Trophy / M & F                                             (SHOW AND CLASS RULES WILL BE POSTED IN THE
               CLASSES TO BEGIN AT 10:00 A.M.                                                         ANNOUNCERS STAND)
         RIDERS MAY NOT CROSS ENTER BETWEEN WALK TROT
                      AND CANTER CLASSES
FOR INFORMATION CALL: DAN DEITCH 814-739-9415
FOR STABLING CALL: JAN MADIGAN 814-688-8543
1.    GROOMING & SHOWMANSHIP
2.    WALK TROT ENGLISH PLEASURE
3.    WALK TROT WESTERN PLEASURE
4.    ENGLISH PLEASURE
5.    WESTERN PLEASURE
6.    SADDLE SEAT EQUITATION
7.    LADIES OPEN PLEASURE
8.    GENTLEMEN'S OPEN PLEASURE
9.    STOCK SEAT EQUITATION
10.   HUNT SEAT EQUITATION
11.   WALK TROT WESTERN EQUITATION
12.   WALK TROT ENGLISH EQUITATION
13.   GRAND PARENTS PLEASURE
14.   OVER THE HILL WALK TROT PLEASURE (60 years and over)
15.   BAREBACK EQUITATION
LUNCH BREAK - CLASSES NOT TO RESUME BEFORE NOON
16.   TRAIL
17.   WALK TROT TRAIL
18.   BREAK AND OUT
19.   RELAY RACE (REQUIRES DOUBLE ENTRY)
20.   RIBBON RACE (REQUIRES DOUBLE ENTRY)
21.   CATALOG RACE
22.   WALK TROT BARRELS
23.   BARREL RACE
24.   TEAM BARRELS
25.   WALK TROT KNOCK THE CAN
26.   KNOCK THE CAN
27.   WALK TROT POLE BENDING
28.   POLE BENDING



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ERIE HUNT & SADDLE CLUB JUMPING DERBY                                          used as a “do over” for the BBN Horse or BBN Rider classes.
                     October 4, 2009                                           BEGINNER NOVICE: MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF FENCES IS 2’9”
WHAT IS A JUMPING DERBY?
                                                                                SPEED IS 335 MPM.
A jumping derby combines stadium jumps (will fall if hit) and cross
                                                                               BN HORSE: Horse has not competed at this level or has not won at
country obstacles (solid and immoveable) that might typically be en-
                                                                                this level. Experience of rider is not considered.
countered at an event or horse trials. This is a good test of your horse’s
                                                                               BN RIDER: Rider has not competed at this level or has not won at this
willingness to jump a mix of fences over varied terrain.
                                                                                level. Experience of Horse is not considered.
WHO SHOULD ENTER?                                                              BN OPEN: Horse and/or rider may have competed at this level or
Anybody who events or wants to event can benefit from the jumping               higher in the past, however, this horse and rider combination may not
derby! Competitors may run the gamut from professionals schooling               compete in any other division at this jumping derby. May be used as a
young horses to seasoned amateurs honing their skills or exploring the          “do over” for the BN Rider or BN Horse classes.
idea of moving up a level. It is an excellent opportunity for people in-       NOVICE: MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF FENCES IS 2’11” SPEED IS
terested in eventing to “test the waters” without investing in expensive        335 MPM.
equipment and clothing. Also, anybody who liked to have fun in a low           NOV HORSE: Horse has not competed at this level or has not won at
key, casual atmosphere!                                                         this level. Experience of rider is not considered.
                                                                               NOV RIDER: Rider has not competed at this level or has not won at
GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS:
                                                                                this level. Experience of Horse is not considered.
Generally run according to USEA rules where applicable. The organ-
                                                                               NOV OPEN: Horse and/or rider may have competed at this level or
izer further reserves the right to combine or split classes within the divi-
                                                                                higher in the past, however, this horse and rider combination may not
sion if entries warrant.
                                                                                compete in any other division at this jumping derby. May be used as a
DIVISIONS:                                                                      “do over” for the NOV Rider or NOV Horse classes.
INTRO: MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF FENCES IS 18”, MAXIMUM                                TRAINING: MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF FENCES IS 3’3” SPEED IS
 TIME ALLOWED FOR COURSE TBA.                                                   370 MPM.
INTRO HORSE: Horse has not competed at this level or has not                   TRNG HORSE: Horse has not competed at this level or has not won at
 competed successfully at this level. Experience of rider not considered.       this level. Experience of rider is not considered.
INTRO RIDER: Rider has not competed at this level or has not                   TRNG RIDER: Rider has not competed at this level or has not won at
 competed successfully at this level. Experience of horse not consid-           this level. Experience of Horse is not considered.
 ered.                                                                         TRNG OPEN: Horse and/or rider may have competed at this level or
OPEN INTRO: Horse and/or rider may have competed at higher levels               higher in the past, however, this horse and rider combination may not
 in past however, this horse and rider combination may not compete in           compete in any other division at this jumping derby. May be used as a
 any other division at this jumping derby. This division may be used as         “do over” for the TRNG Rider or TRNG Horse classes.
 a “do over” for the Intro Horse or Intro Rider classes.
BABY BEGINNER NOVICE: MAXIMUM HEIGHT OF FENCES                                 HORSES may be competed in more than one division, HOWEVER,
  IS 2’3” SPEED IS 325 MPM. NO WATER CROSSING.                                 HORSE AND RIDER COMBINATION MAY NOT CROSSENTER
BBN HORSE: Horse has not competed at this level or has not won at              DIVISION AND MAY COMPETE IN ONLY 2 CLASSES WITHIN
  this level. Experience of rider not considered.                              THE DIVISION. NO HORSE MAY BE COMPETED IN MORE
BBN RIDER: Rider has not competed at this level or has not won at              THAN 4 CLASSES
  this level. Experience of horse not considered.
BBN OPEN: Horse and/or rider may have competed at higher levels in
  the past however, this horse and rider combination may not compete
  in any other division at this jumping derby. This division may be

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TOTAL. There are no restrictions on the number of classes a rider                       JUMPING DERBY ENTRY FORM
may enter.
OPTIMUM times are based on USEA rules. Time penalties will be
assessed if the optimum time is exceeded.                                           INTRO HORSE                           NOV HORSE
JUMPING penalties are assessed according to the USEA rules for                      INTRO RIDER                           NOV RIDER
eventing.                                                                           OPEN INTRO                            NOV OPEN
JUMP OFFS: Competitors having no time penalties or jumping faults
will go to the jump off round. Jump offs will be run over a shortened               BBN HORSE                             TRNG HORSE
course and the fastest time will win. Jump off courses will be an-                  BBN RIDER                             TRNG RIDER
nounced in advance and will be run after all competitors have gone                  BBN OPEN                              TRNG OPEN
through the initial round.                                                          BN HORSE
COURSES will be open for walking immediately prior to each DIVI-
SION. There will be a break after each division for course adjustment.              BN RIDER
ATTIRE: Informal to casual. Breeches with paddock boots and half                    BN OPEN
chaps, or tall leather/rubber boots. Shirts with sleeves. SEI/ASTM
HELMETS AND SAFETY VESTS REQUIRED. Medical armbands                        STABLING
strongly recommended. ALL MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED                             $15.00 E.H.S.C. Members                  $25.00 Non-Member
BY A PARENT OR DESIGNATED GUARDIAN.
                                                                                   $5.00 Tack stall (If available)             FEES
TACK AND EQUIPMENT: Any English saddle is permitted. Bell
                                                                           $30.00 per horse X number of Divisions entered =
boots, splint boots, jumping boots permitted. ONLY RUNNING mar-
tingales with rein stops may be used. Short whips, crops or bats permit-   $ 2.00 EMT Fee
ted.                                                                       Stabling $15.00 / $25.00
NO UNAUTHORIZED ASSISTANCE: course must be ridden from
                                                                           (Tack Stall) $5.00
memory.
PLACING 1st through 6th place.                                                                               TOTAL:
FEES: $30 PER CLASS                                                        Make Checks Payable to: E.H.S.C.
         $2 PER RIDER EMT FEE                                              Send Entries and Fees to:   Kathy Antus
ENTRIES: ALL ENTRIES MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE                                                           12221 Davis Road
MUST BE POSTMARKED BY SEPTEMBER 20, 2008                                                               North East, PA 16448
                 SEND TO : KATHY ANTUS                                     Name of Rider
                              12221 DAVIS RD                               Name of Horse
                              NORTH EAST, PA 16428                         Address
                              (814)725-8159
                                                                           City                                  State          Zip
DIVISIONS AND TIMES WILL BE AVAILABLE SATURDAY,                            Phone                                 E-mail
October 3rd ON THE WEBSITE.
Refund of entries after closing date with Vet or Medical certificate               I agree that the Erie Hunt and Saddle Club Inc. or Ferghana
only.                                                                      Farms will not be held responsible for any damage, injury or loss to per-
VET ON CALL                                                                sons, horses or property of exhibitors or spectators.
EMT ON GROUNDS                                                             Signature of Rider
FARRIER ON GROUNDS                                                         Signature of Parent / Guardian
                                                                           (If rider is under the age of 18)

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                   YEAR END AWARDS                                    PLEASURE PONY: To be awarded to the pony and rider
TROPHY AND CHAMPIONSHIP RIBBON FOR WINNER AND                         accumulating the most points from any or all Pleasure classes of any
 RESERVE RIBBON FOR RUNNER UP IN EACH DIVISION                        competition sponsored by the EHSC (except as noted in rule 4), within
               HORSE OF THE YEAR                                      the calendar year.
                PONY OF THE YEAR                                      SADDLE SEAT HORSE OR PONY: To be awarded to the horse /
           WESTERN PLEASURE HORSE                                     pony and rider accumulating the most points from any or all Saddle
            ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE                                    Seat or English Pleasure classes (Excluding Equitation) of any
               GAME HORSE / PONY                                      competition sponsored by the EHSC (except as noted in rule 4), within
                 PLEASURE PONY                                        the calendar year.
          SADDLE SEAT HORSE OR PONY
                                                                      HUNT SEAT EQUITATION: (Juniors) To be awarded to the rider
              HUNT SEAT EQUITATION                                    accumulating the most points from any Hunt Seat Equitation classes,
             STOCK SEAT EQUITATION                                    whether on the flat or over fences, of any competition sponsored by
         ADULT EQUITATION - HUNT SEAT                                 the EHSC within the calendar year.
                   WALK TROT
          EVENT RIDER JUNIOR / SENIOR                                 STOCK SEAT EQUITATION: (Juniors) To be awarded to the rider
                                                                      accumulating the most points from any Stock Seat Equitation classes
        DRESSAGE RIDER JUNIOR / SENIOR
                                                                      of any competition sponsored by the EHSC within the calendar year.
        JUMPING AWARD JUNIOR / SENIOR
         ADULT EQUITATION - STOCK SEAT                                ADULT EQUITATION - HUNT / SADDLE / STOCK SEAT: To be
        ADULT EQUITATION -SADDLE SEAT                                 awarded to the rider accumulating the most points from any Adult
                    HULL CUP                                          Equitation classes ( 18 years and over) of any competition sponsored
                                                                      by the EHSC within the calendar year.
HORSE OF THE YEAR: To be awarded to the horse and rider
accumulating the most points from any or all performance classes      WALK TROT: To be awarded to the horse / pony and rider
(except as noted in rule 4), excluding games and equitation, of any   accumulating the most points from any or all Walk Trot classes of any
competition sponsored by the EHSC within the calendar year.           competition sponsored by the EHSC within the calendar year.

PONY OF THE YEAR: To be awarded to the pony and rider                 JUMPING AWARD : (Junior and Senior) To be awarded to the horse /
accumulating the most points from any or all performance classes      pony and rider accumulating the most points from any or all over
(except as noted in rule 4), excluding games and equitation, of any   fences classes ( excluding equitation classes) of any competition
competition sponsored by the EHSC within the calendar year.           sponsored by the EHSC (except as noted in rule 4), within the
                                                                      calendar year.
WESTERN PLEASURE HORSE: To be awarded to the horse and
rider accumulating the most points from any or all Western Pleasure   EVENT RIDER : (Junior and Senior) To be awarded to the horse /
classes of any competition sponsored by the EHSC (except as noted     pony and rider accumulating the most points from any EHSC or Lost
in rule 4), within the calendar year.                                 Hounds Horse Trials within the calendar year.

ENGLISH PLEASURE HORSE: To be awarded to the horse and                DRESSAGE RIDER : (Junior and Senior) To be awarded to the
rider accumulating the most points from any or all English Pleasure   horse / pony and rider accumulating the most points from any or all
classes of any competition sponsored by the EHSC (except as noted     EHSC or Lost Hounds Event Dressage Division or Dressage Show
in rule 4), within the calendar year.                                 within the calendar year.

GAME HORSE OR PONY: To be awarded to the horse / pony and             HULL CUP: To be awarded to a member each year for outstanding
rider accumulating the most points from any or all game classes of    service to the EHSC.
any competition sponsored by the EHSC within the calendar year.



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         E.H.S.C. YEAR END AWARD RULES                                          ERIE HUNT AND SADDLE CLUB
                                                                                           2009
1.   No horse or pony may accumulate points at any event unless
     the completed registration form and the registration fee for such      YEAR END AWARDS REGISTRATION FORM
     horse, pony or rider has been received by the Awards
     Chairperson prior to entering the ring in a class for which the                          EHSC MEMBERS ONLY
     horse, pony or rider may collect points.
2.   To qualify for performance awards the horse / pony must belong       Date:
     to an EHSC member or a member of an EHSC family. To qualify
     for Equitation awards, the rider must be an EHSC member or a         Rider
     member of an EHSC family. To be eligible for any year end            Birth Date                                  Age as of 12/1/08
     awards a fee of $15.00 must be made prior to showing .
                                                                          Address
3.   A horse / pony may have different owners during the year. Only
     points collected while the horse / pony is registered with the       Phone
     EHSC shall count towards year end awards. If both owners have        City
     registered the animal, then points collected under each
     ownership shall be counted.                                          State         Zip Code
4.   Points may be collected at all EHSC shows, Dressage                  Horse / Pony Show Name
     Competitions, Horse Trials and Hunter Paces. No points shall                  (NAME MUST BE USED TO REGISTER AT ALL SHOWS)
     be allowed in halter classes or classes limited to a particular
     breed or breeds. Each test in a Dressage Competition and each
     Division in a Horse Trials will be treated as a class in a horse
                                                                          Circle one.              Horse                     Pony
     show. Hunter Pace points will apply to only Horse or Pony of the
     year awards. Points from open classes will be applied to the         Owners Name
     appropriate award.                                                   Address
5.   Horse or Pony and rider shall be assigned a number for the           Phone
     entire show. If someone other than the registered rider is to ride
     the horse or pony they must use a different number. The name         City
     of the registered horse / pony must be maintained for the entire     State         Zip Code
     show season.
6.   All trophies are challenge trophies. The Equitation and Eventing
     Trophies may be retired if won by the same rider 3 times. The
     Horse, Pony and Jumping awards may be retired if won by the
                                                                                  BE SURE TO SPECIFY IF MOUNT IS HORSE OR PONY
     same horse / pony 3 times. Retired trophies will be replaced by
     the person retiring the trophy.                                      Make checks payable to E.H.S.C.
7.   Winners or their representative must be present to accept their      Mail registration form and $15.00 fee to:
     awards at the EHSC Awards Banquet in the fall of the year.                    Tina Learn / Jen Williams
8.   Riders age is determined as of December 1st of the previous                   11170 Rt. 98
     year. Horses is determined as of January 1st of this year.                    Edinboro, PA 16412
                                                                                   814-734-7015




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       ERIE HUNT AND SADDLE CLUB                                                     Fairview                                Erie
           APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP
Name

Address                                                                                               -38-
                                                                                 Exit 16             Exit 18     I-90
City                                   State          Zip                                                                               Buffalo
                                                                              Cleveland    Rt. 832
Phone                                             Occupation

E-mail                                                                                                                        I-79
                                                                                 Rt. 98                        Erie Hunt &
Type of Membership: Note members 17 and under must be Family                                Old State Rd.      Saddle Club

       Individual $20.00     Family $25.00            Associate $55.00          Franklin
       Active (18 & over)    Active                                             Center                         Eureka                   Rt. 99
                                                                                                                Rd.
Do you own a horse or pony?                    Type

Horse activities you enjoy most.                                                                                             Edinboro
                                                                                                Rt. 6N
Check where you would like to help out.
         Chairperson               Stabling                    Clean-up
                                                                                                 Erie Hunt & Saddle Club
         Secretary                 Kitchen                     Paddock
                                                                                                    6840 Old State Rd.
         Ringmaster                Publicity                   Writers                             Edinboro, PA 16412
         Announcer                 Gate Keeper                 Scorer                                  814-734-8886
         Secretary to              Ring (Jump)                 Preparation                                 DIRECTIONS
         Announcer                 Crew                        for Activity
                                                                              FROM I-79 SOUTH OF EDINBORO
As an active member, I agree to donate my time for at least one
                                                                                      Take Exit 166 ( Edinboro )
club activity or two work days each year.
                                                                                      Turn Left onto Rt. 6N ( West )
If my membership is approved, I hereby agree to abide by all the
                                                                                      Turn Right onto Rt. 98 ( North )
Rules of the EHSC.
                                                                                      Go approximately 5 mi. to Blinking Yellow Light
Date
                                                                                      Turn Right onto Old State Rd. ( East )
                                                                                      EHSC 1 Mile on Left at Eureka Road
(Applicants Signature)                                                        FROM I-90
Send to:                                                                              Take Exit 16 ( Fairview - Franklin Center )
Wendy Bolding                                                                         Go South on Rt. 98 ( Left if coming from N.Y,
258 Freeport Road                                                                     Right if coming from Ohio )
North East, PA 16428                                                                  Go approximately 5 mi. to Blinking Yellow Light
814-725-7384                                                                          Turn Left onto Old State Rd. ( East )
wenbolding@msn.com                                                                    EHSC 1 Mile on Left at Eureka Road

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