2019 VHSA ASSOCIATE SUMMER HORSE SHOW PRIZE LIST
The 2019 VHSA Associate Summer Horse Show will be held June 28-30, 2019 at the Deep Run Horse Show Grounds in Manakin-Sabot, Virginia.
The Prize List can be downloaded here - VHSA Associate Summer Horse Show Prize List
PRE-ENTRIES CLOSE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2019
2019 Pony Medal Finals
The 2019 VHSA/LMCF Pony Medal Finals, Pony Equitation on the Flat and the Children's Pony Medal Finals will once again be hosted by the Warrenton Pony Show on Friday, June 28, 2019. The VHSA/LMCF Pony Medal Finals will be the last class of the day. In order to be qualified for all of these Finals, an exhibitor must have at least 10 points or acrued two blue ribbons.
There will be a Reception in the Hospitality Tent beginning at 4:00 p.m. The Reception is sponsored by the Lindsay Maxwell Charitable Fund (LMCF).
Qualifiers can either mail the Entry Form to the VHSA office with a check or complete the credit card information ($100 per entry) or please click on "Pay Dues" above and complete the form with your credit card. If you pay online, please be aware that we still require you to send in the Entry Form and Profile Sheet via e-mail. If mailing the entry form, please mail to the VHSA office no later than June 15th. Please also include the Profile Sheet for the Announcer.
VHSA Representatives will be in the Pony Show Office starting on Friday, June 28, 2019, after 12:00 p.m. The VHSA Representatives will give yo your number at that time. This number is entirely different than any number you receive from the Warrenton Pony Show Office. If you mail your forms/enter online, pleae check in with the VHSA Representative at the Pony Show Office to pick up your number.
The VHSA Special Events Committee will host a Horsemanship Clinic at the Warrenton Pony Show on Wednesday Afternoon (June 26th). Tracy Mullen will be the clinician and will present general horsemanship topics for young riders. The Horsemanship test for pony medal finalists will be administered on Friday. The Clinic is open and free to all.
2019 New Recognized Divisions
The VHSA is pleased to announce that we are now recognizing the Pre-Adult Hunter and the Pre-Children's Hunter Divisions as part of our year-end awards program. We will go back through rated horse shows that have been held thus far this year and add those division points into our system. We will get these points updated as soon as possible. The Specifications for these two new VHSA recognized divisions are:
Pre-Adult Hunter. Open to horses only. To be shown by an amateur. A rider in the Pre-Adult Hunter Division is not eligible to cross enter in any other division where the fences exceed 2'6" at the same show except VHSA Medal classes. Course shall not consist of no less than eight fences. Fence height shall be 2'6", spreads not to exceed height of fence. No combinations allowed. To be judged on manners, performance, soundness and suitability as an Adult Hunter. A minimum of three (3) classes shall be held in any section in which a championship is offered. In the event there are less than three entries in either of the Pre-Children’s Division or the Pre-Adult Division, these divisions may be combined at management’s discretion.
Pre-Children’s Hunter. Open to horses only. To be shown by a junior exhibitor. A rider in the Pre-Children’s Hunter Division is not eligible to cross enter in any other division where the fences exceed 2'6" at the same show except VHSA Medal classes. Course shall not consist of no less than eight fences. Fence height shall be 2'6", spreads not to exceed height of fence. No combinations allowed. To be judged on manners, performance, soundness and suitability as a Children’s Hunter. A minimum of three (3) classes shall be held in any section in which a championship is offered. In the event there are less than three entries in either of the Pre-Children’s Division or the Pre-Adult Division, these divisions may be combined at management’s discretion.
The following individuals are unable to accrue VHSA points, ineligible to compete at the VHSA Associate Summer Horse Show, VHSA Associate Championship Horse Show and unable to attend the VHSA Convention:
Sandra Charles (Kailey Charles) - NSF Check
Fae Cordova (Savannah Cordova) - NSF Check
Olivia Fuller - NSF Check
Lauryn E. Haynie - NSF Check
Paul Logan, Pachanga Farms - NSF Check & Rule Violation
Susie Mansell (Show Place Farm, LLC) - NSF Check
Kathy Martin Grumulski - NSF Check
Veronica Lorraine Martin (Kelly Davenport) - NSF Check
Andrew Kenneth Milne (Anna Milne) - NSF Check
Margaret Elizabeth Morris - NSF Check
Stacey Schneider - NSF Check
Shannon Simmons - Outstanding Debt
Amanda Smith - NSF Check
Jesica Warthen (Alexis Warthen) - NSF Check
Jeanette Whitehurst (Carrie Ellis) - NSF Check
VHSA 2019 Yearling Futurity
The 2019 VHSA Yearling Futurity Competition will be held at the Warrenton Horse Show on Wednesday, August 28th in the morning. We are pleased to announce once again that the Virginia Horse Industry Board has awarded the Futurity Program a $5,000 grant that will be used solely for Prize Money to the Virginia Bred Yearlings who place 1st through 8th place. Currently we have ten Yearling who are eligible to compete in this years Futurity Competition:
Owner Mare Stallion
1. Snowden Clarke Hummingbird Mapleside Wish List
2. Diana Dodge Hanna Popeye K
3. Diana Dodge Sincerely Yours Nob Hill
4. Diana Dodge Acclaim Nob Hill
5. Mary Beth Donnelly Saintly Quarterback
6. Frazer Hendrick Brezel Brilliant Intuiten
7. Frazer Hendrick Goldieboxx Musical Marque
8. Frazer Hendrick So Random Timbre
9. Phyllis C. Jones D.D. Friend or Foe
10. Phyllis C. Jones Stephanies Castle Mapleside Wish List
Total Eligible Yearlings = 10
The Entry information will be mailed to all eligible yearling owners in July.
VHSA 2020 Yearling Futurity Nominations
The 2020 Yearling Futurity Nomination forms have been mailed to all who are already on our mailing list. If you are not already on the mailing list, the information and form can be downloaded HERE!
The 2020 Yearling Futurity Nominations are due in the VHSA office by May 31, 2019.
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