Spring Fling Horse Show
Office Fee: $5.00 Class Fee: $5.00 per class
Division A: Halter/English In Hand Classes Division D: 18" Hunter/Equitation
Class 1: Halter: Ages 2-6 Class 10: Hunter Over Fences
Class 2: Halter: Ages 7-14 Class 11: Equitation Over Fences
Class 3: Ages 15-17 Class 12: Hunter Under Saddle Class 4: Ages 18 and Up Class 13: Equitation On The Flat
Division B: Leadline/Walk Only Division E: 2' Hunter/Equitation
Class 4: Leadline: Ages 2-6 Class 14: 2' Hunter Over Fences Class 5: Walk Only: Ages 5 and Up Class 15: 2' Equitation Over Fences Class 6: Leadline/Walk Only Over Poles Class 16: Hunter Under Saddle Class 17: Equitation On The Flat
Division C: Walk/Trot Over Poles/Crossrails Division F: Specialty Classes
Class 7: Walk/Trot Equitation Over Poles Class 18: Wearing Of The Green (2-6)
Class 8: Walk/Trot Equitation Over Crossrails Class 19: Wearing Of The Green (7-14)
Class 9: Walk/Trot Equitation On The Flat Class 20: Wearing Of The Green (15-17) Class 21: Wearing Of The Green (18+)
Stall Day Rate: $20.00 per horse
All outside horses need to have proof of current negative coggins
We will be offering some form of lunch. More information TBA as soon as possible
Entries may be paid online, in advance at GoldStar Stables, or the day of the Spring Fling
Some Terms Defined
Equitation Class: A class in which the rider is judged on how well they ride on the flat or over fences.
Hunter Class: A class in which the horse is judged on accuracy and movement on the flat or over fences.
Flat Class: A class with no jumping required. A flat class is a rail class with multiple horse/rider pairs in the arena at the same time.
Rail: The fence around the arena. A rail class is ridden beside this fence for the duration of this class.
Specialty Division: This division includes Costume Classes, Pairs Classes, and Dressage Tests.
Halter/In Hand Class: Halter/In Hand classes consist of a handler on the ground with a horse or pony. In Hand classes are shown with the horse or pony wearing an English bridle, or leather halter for horses under 2 years old. Handlers will be asked to walk and trot their horse/pony, line the pony up in the center of the arena, and may be asked to back their horse or pony.
Leadline Class: A class in which the child has a family member leading the horse, and controlling the horse during the class. Sidewalkers will also be allowed in leadline classes if needed for safety of the rider.
Sidewalker: A person on the ground who walks beside the saddle of the horse. A sidewalker may steady the rider physically if necessary, or just walk beside the rider.