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Important Notices Concerning Kentucky Fall Classic Horse Show



 

The 19th edition of the Kentucky Fall Classic Horse Show, October 5-8, is proud to host the revised UPHA 11 and Under Challenge Cup National Championship in 2005.


The USEF has issued a Presidential Modification in the application of rule EQ118.16(e)2 for the 2005 competition year. The Presidential Modification removes the current mandatory workout from the 11 & Under Challenge Cup Championship and instead inserts the following mandatory workout.

EQ118.16(e)2 - In the UPHA 11 & Under Championship, Phase I will consist of rail work in groups of twelve (12) or less and the completion of an individual workout.  The mandatory workout is:


“A serpentine consisting of four (4) half circles; trot the first half circle, canter the second and third half circles, trot the fourth half circle.  


Trot a serpentine to the opposite end of the ring.  Return down either rail at a show trot.


In the preliminary Phase I, ten (10) riders shall be chosen to come back for Phase II, the Championship class.  All other specifications for the 11 & Under Championship are the same as in the National and Junior Championships.

If there any questions regarding this presidential modification, please contact the Breeds & Western Department at the Federation office at
859-225-6986.

The American Hackney Horse Society has selected the Kentucky Fall Classic as host for the AHHS Hackney Horse National Futurity beginning in 2005. Nominated horses will compete in three In-Hand divisions, weanling, yearlings and two-year-olds being judged on conformation and way of moving. There will also be a class for Three-Year-Olds in harness to complete the young horse Hackney Futurity classes.


Please be advised that there was an omission in the class schedule and the Kentucky Fall Classic will hold Class 57A for the American Hackney Horse Society Youth
Medallion Road Pony under Saddle on Friday afternoon, October 7.

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