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Championship Show V
Somervell County Expo Center
Glen Rose, Texas
September 19-21, 2003
This is the fun, amateur-friendly show!
Amateur Owner to Ride DIVISION! & High Point!
Novice Rider DIVISION & High Point!
Bozal performance and gait classes!
Great trophies and Prizes!!
CAMINO REAL CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW V
Somervell County Exposition Center
Glen Rose, Texas
September 19-21, 2003
The Honorable Jose ("Pepe") Risso, Jr.
Show Secretary - Naomi Scull
Show Steward - Cathleen Sullivan
Gate Steward - Debby Hemphill and Kathy Daniel
Ring Steward - Kelly Bliden
Barn Superintendents - Dugan Burgess and Harrison McDonald
Announcer - Cathleen Sullivan
Awards and Trophies - Rita Rothenberg
Hospitality - Camino Real PHC
Ribbons - Charlotte McDonald
Official Show Photographer - Steven Lasko
Charlotte M. McDonald (903) 478-3829
Approved for a minimum of double points by the PPHRNA and AAOBPPH
ENTRIES: Horses must be entered under their full registered name. No horses will be permitted to compete unless properly entered on the entry blank, which must be signed by the owner or agent and properly accompanied by the required entry fees, stall or grounds fees and tack room fees. A separate entry blank and separate check for each owner is required. DO NOT lump payments for several owners onto one check. Checks shall be made payable to the Camino Real Peruvian Horse Club and mailed with the entry to the address listed herein. The management agrees to cancel and refund entry fees for any horse not fit to show, providing a Certificate of Disability from a qualified veterinarian is received by the Show management by Thursday, September 18, 2003 before 4:00 PM. Substitutions: $10.
A copy of the registration papers (PPHRNA, AAOBPPH, Canadian) for each entered horse must accompany each entry. Entries will not be processed without them. (PPHRNA program is being used-PPHRNA preferred). BE SURE TO BRING PAPERS for post-entered horses. A current copy of the Coggin's test must accompany the entry. ORIGINAL must accompany the horse to the show grounds. Proper payment must accompany the entry. If an exhibitor desires to add classes, horses, or incurs any other expenses during the show, these must be paid for immediately or the Show Secretary must be given a signed, currently dated, blank check.
SHOW ENTRY FEES
Regular classes: $30.00
Novice and Junior classes: $20.00
Championship classes: N/C
Ch of Ch classes: If entered directly (returning Ch) and No other classes entered: $50
If entered through classes at this show Or other show classes entered: N/C
Post entries will be allowed at: $20.00 per horse and will be accepted by the Show Secretary up to four classes prior to the one being entered
Cross entries for both breeding and pleasure division classes are permitted and encouraged! We like to see versatile horses!
THIS SHOW HAS BEEN DECLARED "DRUG FREE"
ENTRIES CLOSE SEPTEMBER 10, 2003
SEND TO: Mrs. Naomi Scull
6708 84th Avenue NE
Norman, OK 73026
HEALTH CERTIFICATES AND PROOF OF OWNERSHIP: Texas requires a Health Certificate signed by a veterinarian within 30 days of the show and a Coggins test less than one year old. Out of state exhibitors should check with your vet for additional requirements in your state.
A CURRENT COPY OF COGGINS MUST ACCOMPANY ENTRY. ORIGINAL COGGINS MUST ACCOMPANY HORSE. All animals are subject to a physical examination by the Show Veterinarian, free of charge, as a safeguard against communicable disease
STABLING FACILITIES: Each horse entered in this show and remaining on the grounds overnight must have an assigned stall.
Box Stalls and Tack Stalls: $65 End Stalls: $100
NO STALLS will be assigned without proper entry form and payment. Horses must be placed in assigned stalls and no change will be permitted without consent of the Barn Superintendent. Stalls will be ready Thursday September 18, 2003. Arrangements for arrival at the show grounds prior to this date must be made in advance and will incur an additional $10/day/horse fee. A limited number of rubber stall mats are available for $20/weekend and may be reserved on your entry form on a first come, first served basis. All exhibitors are advised to bring buckets, snaps, hay nets, fans, and all other items necessary to care for their horses. Shavings will be available on the grounds for $5.00/bag. Night security has been arranged and payment is required: $2.00/horse.
We would greatly appreciate any support you can provide to the club to help us continue to keep your expenses low for class fees and stall space. Please sign up to sponsor one or several classes on your entry form. Sponsors will be acknowledged by the announcer. Thank you.
All regular/junior/novice classes $30
Champion classes $50
Champion of Champion classes $75
PRUEBA FUNCIONAL: A prueba funcional will be required for all bitted horses competing in the Champion and Champion of Champions classes.
EXCEPTION: Horses that have competed, in this show, in at least three (3) classes, under saddle will be exempt. It is the responsibility of the owner to assure that his/her horses have completed either the prueba or this requirement.
This prueba will be held in the main arena, starting 15 minutes after the last class of the morning on Sunday and will last for 30 minutes. Horses must be ridden
in gait and within the marked boundaries.
The purpose of the prueba is to prove the soundness and condition of the Peruvian Horse, a working horse, by requiring this "moderate" workout before their Champion level classes. Horses will not be excused from the prueba for " suspected" lameness. They may be excused for humanitarian reasons only, by the show vet. Actual dismissal of unsound horses, except as noted above, will be only in the actual class by the Judge, with or without consultation with the show vet. Riders whose horses are not sound may excuse themselves. Neither the Judge nor the ring steward is to be present at the prueba. No person shall discuss the prueba with the Judge or show steward during the show. Spectators, however, are encouraged to attend.
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
Everything is being done to conduct this show at the highest level and for the pleasure of exhibitors and spectators. The best adjudication officials to be found have been selected and they will award placement to the horses as they see them presented in the ring without regard for previous records or performances. The CRPHC is desirous of fair treatment for all exhibitors and in return asks for the cooperation of all in helping make this show a successful and enjoyable event. Every person who participates in this show is responsible for a knowledge of and is subject to the current rules and regulations of:
1. The PPHRNA by-laws
2. The PPHRNA Book of Peruvian Horse Showing
3. The PPHRNA Peruvian Horse Breed Standard
4. The PPHRNA Code of Ethics
All showing procedures and judging percentages as well as definitions, class descriptions, descriptions of gear and attire, rules and regulations, conduct and ethics and conditions for this show are described in the above named publications.
All Exhibitors, Handlers, Riders and other persons participating in the show are responsible for a through knowledge of all rules and regulations. Copies of the above publications can be obtained from the PPHRNA.
RESPONSIBILITY: All entries will accepted with the understanding that the CRPHC, PPRHNA and the Angelina County Exposition Center will not be held responsible for any loss, personal damage or injury to horses exhibited, or for any article of any kind or nature that may be lost or destroyed or in any way damaged. All horses shall be under the control and direction of the Show Committee but solely at the risk of the exhibitor who will be responsible for any injury that may be occasioned to any person or animal or damage to any property while on the grounds by any horse owned or exhibited by him and shall indemnify the management against all claims and damages of any kind or nature, including attorney fees and court costs that may arise out of any injury occasioned by any horse owned or exhibited by him or arising from any cause whatever including the negligence of himself or any other person in charge of any such horse.
JUDGE'S AUTHORITY: The Judge shall have the authority to place any horse in whatever position in a class that he thinks the merit of the horse justifies. The Judge has the right to make favorable comments over the public address system about the horses shown before him but shall make no negative comments.
SUBSTITUTION OF JUDGES AND OTHER OFFICALS: In the event that the Judge (or other official designed herein) is unable to perform his duties due to circumstances beyond his control or for any other reason, the CRPHC reserves the right to substitute another approved official in his place.
NOVICE: For the purposes of this show, a Novice has won no more than a total of two (2) blue ribbons in any approved, pointed shows.
MAIDEN: For the purposes of this show, a Maiden is a horse that has never won a first place ribbon at any approved, pointed show.
JUNIOR CLASSES: Junior Classes will have two divisions for judging purposes. The two divisions will be 6 years to12 years and 13 years to 18 years. Age is determined as of January 1, 2003. Depending on the number of entries, the two age groups may be in the arena simultaneously but will be judged and presented awards separately for each age group.
The exhibitor's potluck supper is a favorite at our show. The supper will be held in the foyer between the barn area and the arena on Saturday Night. The club will arrange for the main dish of meat. Please bring side dishes (chips, dips, salads, breads, vegetables, desserts, etc.). You may prepare the item or buy your contribution at a local grocery/store/restaurant. The Camino Real Club will provide plates, silverware and some drinks.
Please sign up on your entry form (so that we can plan for enough food!) and join us for a relaxed informal meal, fun, and camaraderie.
HIGH POINT BREEDER: The PPHRNA point system will be used to determine the award based on the points accumulated by the best 6 (six) horses in their qualifying classes. "Qualifying Classes" are defined as those classes, which qualify a HORSE for any championship.
HIGH POINT BREEDING EXHIBITOR: The PPHRNA point system will be used to determine the award based on the points accumulated by the best 6 (six) horses in their qualifying classes. "Qualifying Classes" are defined as those classes, which qualify a HORSE for any breeding division championship.
FRIDAY MORNING 8:30 AM Sharp
1. Fillies of 2001 (2 year olds) Halter
2. Fillies of 2000 (3 year olds) Halter
3. Performance Gelding - Bit - 4 yrs and over, Open (amateur or professional)
4. Produce of Dam - (2 horses, Bit or Bozal)
5. Geldings in Bozal - 3 or 4 years of age*
6. Amateur Performance Mare - Bit - 4 to 6 years of age
7. Luxury Geldings - Bit - 4 to 6 years of age
8. Amateur Performance Mare - Bit - 7 yrs and over
9. Performance Stallions - Bit - 4 yrs and over, Open (amateur or professional)
10. Colts of 2001 (2 year olds) Halter
11. Colts of 2000 (3 year olds) Halter
12. Champion/Res Junior Colt (10,11)
13. Champion/Res Junior Filly (1,2)
14. Mares in Bozal - 3 or 4 years of age*
15. Luxury Geldings - Bit - 7 yrs and over
16. Get of Sire - (3 horses, Bit or Bozal)
(Scheduled 20 minute Break)
17. Mares Breeding - Bit - 4 to 6 years of age
18. Stallions Breeding - Bit - 7 yrs and over
19. Ranch Conjunto - 3 horses, owned by the same Ranch, bit or bozal
(Scheduled 20 minute Break)
20. Mares Breeding - Bit - 7 yrs and over
21. Amateur Performance Geldings - bit - 7 years and over
22. Stallions Breeding - Bit - 4 to 6 years of age
SATURDAY MORNING 8:30 AM Sharp
23. Trail Class - Gambler's Choice - (held in warm up arena area)
24. Ladies Sidesaddle - Bit - Amateur Performance
Special Side-saddle Class Award: Donated by Alice Wolf
25. Junior Equitation - 12 yrs of age and younger
26. Junior Equitation - 13 yrs and over
27. Amateur Performance Gelding - Bit - 4 to 6 years of age
28. Stallions Gait - Bit - 4 yrs and over**
29. Amateur Novice Rider++ - Bit - Performance (G,M,S)
30. Amateur Owner to Ride - Breeding (G,M,S)
31. Geldings Gait - Bit - 4 yrs of age and over **
32. Stallions in Bozal - 3 or 4 years of age*
33. Maiden Horse - Bit - Amateur Performance + (G,M,S)
34. Bozal Gait - 3 to 4 yrs of age (G,M,S)
35. Junior Bareback - 12 yrs of age and younger
36. Junior Bareback - 13 yrs of age and older
37. Mares Gait - Bit - 4 yrs and over**
38. Amateur Novice Rider++ - Breeding (G,M,S)
39. Amateur Owner to Ride - Gait - Bit (G,M,S)
40. Champagne Challenge - Adults , Copa de Agua - Juniors ( run as one class - two sets of ribbons)
SUNDAY MORNING 8:30 AM Sharp
41. Lead Line (Riders under 6 years of age, Helmets recommended - No entry fee)
42. Performance Mares - Bit - 4 yrs and over, Open (amateur or professional)
43. Junior Performance - 12 yrs of age and younger
44. Junior Performance - 13 yrs of age and older
45. Amateur Owner to Ride - Performance - Bit - (G,M,S)
46. Bozal Performance - Open - (G,M,S)
47. Amateur Novice Rider++- Gait - Bit - (G,M,S)
48. Amateur Performance Stallions - Bit - 4 to 6 yrs of age
49. Amateur Performance Stallions - Bit - 7 yrs and over
PRUEBA FUNCTIONAL HELD AT THE END OF MORNING CLASSES AT THE LUNCH BREAK: All bitted horses competing in Champion or Ch. Of Ch. Classes muse complete the Prueba functional.
EXCEPTION: Horses that have competed in three (3) classes under saddle, in this show, are exempt from this requirement.
50. Junior High Point and Reserve Junior High Point for each Division Awards Presentation (QC 25, 26, 35, 36, 43, 44))
Special High Point Junior Awards: VetLine (www.vetlineequine.com)
51. High Point Amateur Novice Rider - Award Presentation (QC 29,38,47)
52. High Point Amateur Owner Rider - Award Presentation (QC 30, 39,45)
53. High Point Breeder - Award Presentation (QC All Ch qualifying classes)
54. High Point Breeding Exhibitor - Award Presentation (QC All Breeding Division Classes)
55. Champion and Reserve Champion Bozal Horse (QC 5, 14, 32 - 1st AND 2nd place horses)
56. Champion and Reserve Champion Gait Horse (QC 28, 31, 37 - 1st AND 2nd place horses)
(Jose' Antonio Dapelo V. Perpetual Trophy for Best Gaited Horse of Show - donated by Alice Wolf and James Johnson)
57. Champion and Reserve Champion Open Performance Horse (QC 3, 9, 42)
58. Champion and Reserve Champion Amateur Performance Gelding (QC 21, 27)
59. Champion and Reserve Champion Amateur Performance Mare (QC 6, 8)
60. Champion and Reserve Champion Am. Performance Stallion (QC 48, 49)
61. Champion and Reserve Champion Luxury Gelding (QC 7, 15)
62. Champion and Reserve Champion Breeding Mare (QC 17, 20)
63. Champion and Reserve Champion Breeding Stallion (QC 18, 22)
64. Champion of Champions Gait Horse (QC 56, and #)
65. Champion of Champions Open Performance Horse (QC 57 and #)
66. Champion of Champions Amateur Performance Gelding (QC 58 and #)
67. Champion of Champions Amateur Performance Mare (QC 59 and #)
68. Champion of Champions Amateur Performance Stallion (QC 60 and #)
69. Champion of Champions Luxury Gelding (QC 61 and #)
70. Champion of Champions Breeding Mare (QC 62 and #)
71. Champion of Champions Breeding Stallion (QC 63 and #)
Barrida of Champions, Champion of Champions, High Point Award Winners (Juniors may ride in the final barrida with
written parental consent)
(G,M,S) Geldings, mares, or stallions may enter this class
* The 1st AND 2nd place horses qualify for Class 55
** The 1st AND 2nd place horses qualify for Class 56
+ Maiden Horse - Horse has not won ONE blue ribbon in a recognized show
++ Amateur Novice Rider - Rider is an amateur who has not won more than TWO blue ribbons in a recognized show
# - Pre-entered previous CRPHC Champions and PPHRNA and AAOBPPH National
Champion of Champions
THE SHOW MANAGEMENT reserves the right to combine small classes for judging purposes and to split classes with large entries.
TRAIL CLASS - Gambler's Choice
This will be a timed class, 3 minute limit. Various obstacles will be available in the arena. These may include (but are not limited to) sidepassing, opening and closing gate, putting on/taking off slicker, moving flag, moving bucket or cans, walk/gait over, bridge, backing pattern, "water" tarp, dragging obstacle, etc. Each obstacle will have a point value based on its degree of difficulty. A chart of point values will be provided prior to the class. Riders can negotiate obstacles of their choice in any order. Only obstacles completed correctly will be scored. Each obstacle may be negotiated more than once, HOWEVER, ANOTHER OBSTACLE MUST BE NEGOTIATED BETWEEN EACH REPEAT ATTEMPT.
All exhibitors should be prepared for the following maneuvers: small circles to the left or right, figure "8", stop and stand quietly, efficient movement through serpentines, backing straight, walk on a loose rein, paso llano and sobreandando, other movements such as side-passing, turns on the forehand or hindquarter, etc. may be asked for by the judge at his discretion.
AMATEUR AND AMATEUR NOVICE RIDERS
To participate in the Amateur or Amateur Novice classes, a rider must have an Amateur Declaration on file with the PPHRNA. These forms will be available in the show office if you do not yet have one on file this year.
The no Conflict of Interest statement, the Arbitration Agreement, and the Equine Liability Declaration on the back of the entry form must be signed or your entry will not be accepted.
Parents of Junior riders, please be sure that the Parental Consent statement on the entry form has been signed.
LODGING AND DRIVING INFORMATION
RV Hookups: Must be arranged in advance with Somervell County Expo Center
Glen Rose Inn & Suites
Highway 67 (PO Box 1126)
Glen Rose, TX 76043
Tel. (254) 897-2940
Toll Free: (800) 577-2540
SPECIAL SHOW RATE: Double room: $52/night
To get this special rate please mention:
Camino Real Peruvian Horse Show
For reservations please call:
Toll Free: (800) 577-2540
We are holding rooms but make your reservations EARLY. Rooms and this room rate will only be held until September 10, 2003. Thank you!
The alternate hotel is the Best Western Dinosaur Inn and Suites. This hotel is new and very nice. Call and negotiate your best deal.
Dinosaur Valley Inn and Suites
1311 NE Big Bend Trail
Glen Rose, Texas 76043
Toll Free: (800) 280-2055
Fax: (254) 897-4828
Directions: Somervell County Expo Center is located on Highway 67 west of Highway 144. 35 miles from I-35 and 47 miles from I-20.
Granbury - 17 miles Fort Worth - 45 miles Dallas - 75 miles
DFW Airport - 70 miles Waco - 70 miles Austin - 160 miles