[H] AHA/WASC Arabian Horse Month Showcase Ends June 29th May 9, 2020 14:57:30 GMT -6
Post by Skye Valens on May 9, 2020 14:57:30 GMT -6
Arabian Horse Month Showcase
May 9th - June 29th 2020
May is Arabian horse month and the Arabian Horse Association in partnership with Woodford’s Arabian Sport Club is celebrating with a new kind of show where you can show off your beautiful Arabs and win points and prizes as well as work your way toward the title prizes you can win when you reach each title milestone. For more information about titles and prizes see our clubroom thread.
This will be a new kind of show that we have developed to allow for more fun and easier judging. It is called a Hybrid show. You can read a full description of how Hybrid shows work Here
Hybrid shows are judged as follows:
All scores will be randomized based on a scale of 1- 10 for each category. Categories will differ depending on the type of class you enter. For example an in hand class would roll for the following categories and the rolls will be added together to achieve the final score.
These categories will change based on the class you enter but all classes will have 3 categories that will roll for their score.
1 Photograph is required for this show per entry and will be judged as follows for all classes:
Horse Attire 1-5 pts This score will be based on having the correct attire for your horse for the discipline you are showing. This means you should have the correct type of halter, saddle, bridle and protective accessories for the class you are entering. A basic guideline for attire will be included in the class descriptions.
Rider Attire 1-5 pts This score will be based on having the correct attire for your rider for the class you are entering. A basic guideline for attire will be included in the class descriptions.
Setting/Realism 1-5 pts How accurately does your image depict the show setting for the type of show that you are attending. This includes things like spectators if the audience area is visible, the correct surface type, the correct type of jumps and so on. Also includes things like position of the rider to the horse. We will look at things like his position in the saddle, is he poking into the horse. Does the horse look like it is moving realistically. We are not judging your entry for correctness to the discipline just for how realistically what you are depicting is shown.
Composition/Editing 1-5pts This takes into account how aesthetically pleasing your image is. Does it follow the rules of composition? Is it clear and well framed? If your entry is edited this is where your editing will also be scored.
Each player may enter a maximum of 5 horses and each horse may enter 1 in hand class ( Halter or Liberty ) and 1 Performance class. Riders may handle a maximum of 2 horses per show.
Horses must be registered with the AHA and the Woodford’s Arabian Sport Club in order to participate. Horses will receive points in both clubs based on their placing. The points awarded for this show will be as follows:
1st Place 22 Points
2nd Place 20 Points
3rd Place 16 Points
4th Place 14 Points
5th Place 11 Points
6th Place 7 Points
Participation 3 Points
Classes In Hand:
In hand classes will be split by gender if there are enough entries.
A conformation class.
Halter Turnout Requirements:
Horses she be shown in an Arabian style halter stallions may be shown in an Arabian style halter with bit. Mane and Tail should be loose and free. Horses should be well groomed and in good health. Handler should wear semi formal dress such a nice suit or traditional Arabian dress. Female handlers should wear pants and no high heeled boots or shoes.
Show your horse at liberty set to music
Liberty Turnout Requirements:
Horse should be shown with mane and tail loose. Horse should be well groomed and wearing no tack unless shown entering or leaving the arena or during the catch. Handler if shown should be dressed as for a halter class.
Futurity is a conformation/liberty class for foals. Attire requirements are the same as for adult horses. You may choose to show your foal at liberty or in a halter stance. Foals will have their points added to the sport club leaderboard upon registration as an adult.
You may choose any dressage movement you like for your photo. You may include any kind of image relevant to dressage including mistakes and accidents. You will not be judged on correctness but on the criteria set forth above.
Dressage Attire Requirements:
White or light coloured breeches.
Shirt can be any colour as long as the collar is white. Tie or stock has to be white or light coloured.
Jackets can be of dark and conservative colours, like dark grey, dark green, dark brown, dark blue and black. Collars can have accent colors and light decorations is allowed.
Shadbelly and hats are allowed from Prix St. Georges.
Gloves may be white or the same colour of the jacket/shadbelly. Gloves must be worn!
Boots are black or brown and come to the knee and must be the same colour as the helmet.
Everyone else must wear a helmet.
Long hair is tied up in a bun or hairnet or tucked inside the helmet or hat, no loose hair is allowed.
Turnout must be neat
Mane should be braided. The tail is allowed to be braided but is suggested against since it causes the horse to carry the tail stiffly. Running braids is allowed for breeds that usually have long manes. Roached mane is allowed.
BITS AND BRIDLES
Nosebands allowed: Dropped, cavesson, flash, mexicn, combined (no throat latch) and micklem bridle. Only cavesson & combined (no throat latch) is allowed as double bridle. Hackamores are not allowed.
Bits: Loose ring snaffle, egg-butt snaffle, racing snaffle D-ring, fullcheek snaffle, fulmer bit, snaffle with upper cheeks, hanging cheek snaffle. For double bridles: loose ring bridoon bit, egg-butt bridoon bit, bridoon bit with hanging cheeks. Curb bit with straight cheeks and port, curb bit with port and sliding mouthpiece, curb bit with S-curved cheeks, lip strap, leather cover for curb chain, rubber, leather or sheep skin for curb chain.
OTHER TACK Black or brown leather dressage saddle. Side saddles are not allowed.
Neutral(black, brown, beige, grey, white, dark blue) saddlepad is allowed. For First Level and up, the saddlepad has to be white and square.
Leg protection (bell boots, wraps, and dressage/jumping boots only) in same colour as the saddlepad is allowed, until First Level, where no leg protection is allowed.
Martingales and draw reins are prohibited, as are any other training equipment.
Earnet in conservative color(black, white, dark grey, brown, beige, dark blue) is allowed at all levels, but only outdoors. Crops/whips are allowed in Introductory and Training, but not with spurs, only one or the other. Either a whip or spurs must be used.
You may choose to show any eventing discipline for your picture. You may show accidents or mistakes. You will not be judged on correctness of your performance only on the criteria as stated in the judging guidelines.
Eventing Attire Requirements:
Dressage: Same as Dressage Class Requirements
A protective helmet of any color.
Breeches of any color
A shirt of any color, but must have sleeves, short sleeves are permitted.
Gloves are optional
Black or brown tall boots
Permitted: The type of saddlery is optional. Gags, bitless bridles, and elevators are allowed as are unrestricted running martingales or Irish martingales. Reins must be attached to the bit(s) or directly to the bridle. The stirup iron and stirrup leathers must hang free from the bar of the saddle and outside of the flap. Forbidden: Any form of blinkers, side, running or balancing reins; tongue straps and/or tying down the Horse’s tongue; any other restrictions, any bit or other item of saddlery likely to wound a Horse. Sheepskin (or other material) may not be used as addition on cheek pieces of the bridle (sheepskin under the noseband of a figure 8 is permitted). Sheepskin saddle pads and breastplate covers are permitted for all levels. For Cross Country, any device which could restrict the smooth separation of the Athlete’s boot from the stirrup in case of a fall is forbidden.
Boots: Cross-country style boots, closed front/brushing boots, splint boots.
A helmet (predominantly black or dark blue)
Long hair should be kept tidy with a hairnet
Preliminary and above competitors must wear a dark colored coat (dark blue or black).
Beginner Novice through Modified competitors may wear a dark colored coat (not required), or they may wear a conservatively colored long or short sleeved collared shirt with no neckwear.
White or conservative colored shirt
Light colored (beige or white) riding breeches
Black or brown tall riding boots
Spurs and a whip are optional
Permitted: The type of saddlery is optional. Gags, bitless bridles, and elevators are allowed as are unrestricted running martingales or Irish martingales. Reins must be attached to the bit(s) or directly to the bridle. The stirup iron and stirrup leathers must hang free from the bar of the saddle and outside of the flap. Forbidden: Any form of blinkers, side, running or balancing reins; tongue straps and/or tying down the Horse’s tongue; any other restrictions, any bit or other item of saddlery likely to wound a Horse. Sheepskin (or other material) may not be used as addition on cheek pieces of the bridle(sheepskin under the noseband of a figure 8 is premitted). Sheepskin saddle pads and breastplate covers are premitted for all levels.
Boots: Open front boots, stadium boots
You may show any Western Discipline for your photo. You may show accidents or mistakes. You will not be judged on correctness of your performance only on the criteria as stated in the judging guidelines.
Western Attire Requirements:
Horse should be well groomed and wearing suitable brown or black Western Tack. For Western Pleasure and Western Trail leg protection is not allowed, for Reining, Barrels & Poles and Cow Work leg protection and breastcollar is required. Bright colors for saddle pad preferred. For handler a Western attire required: a shirt, blue/dark jeans or jeans with chaps, boots and a Western hat. Bright complimentary colors preferred.
You may show any Saddle Seat type ( Park, Country etc ) You will not be judged on correctness of your performance only on the criteria as stated in the judging guidelines.
Saddle Seat Attire Requirements:
In all classes: Handler should wear a formal suit with conservative colors like black or navy blue and a hat of the same color. Pants should be close fitted. Gloves are permitted. In driving class women can wear a formal gown.
For ridden classes the horse should be well groomed and wear suitable English tack: double bridle and an English Saddle (in Sims the Dressage saddle works). No breastplates, leg protection or saddle pads. Mane and tail can be long.
For a driving class the horse should be well groomed and wear the driving bridle and a driving harness suited for the (usually four wheeled) carriage.
You must submit your entry via the form provided as well as post it in this thread. Please us the following format when posting in this thread:
[b]Movement or Discipline if Performance Class: [/b]
[b]Liberty Music ( Optional ) [/b]
Please post this form for each photo if entering a performance and in hand class. Please post each horse in a separate entry if entering multiple horses.
Do not forget to submit the form. Entries without a form submission will not be judged. Please make sure your photo link will not expire before the show is judged. If your photo is missing we will not be able to judge your entry.