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Important Pleasure Equitation Medallion Clarification


There has been some confusion regarding the qualification process for the Saddle & Bridle Pleasure Equitation Medallion Finals. New for 2007:


“ A rider competing in a Medallion Class will be qualified for the finals by winning OR PLACING SECOND. A rider who qualifies with a second place ribbon can show in other Medallion Classes. One win eliminates a rider from further competition in qualifying classes.”


In the past the second place qualification applied only for 13 & under riders. This rule applies to all 2007 classes, including those held in the fall of 2006. Three riders are still required in order for a class to be considered an official Medallion Class. This updated information is included in the packet Saddle & Bridle sends to show managers/show secretaries.


Good luck to all exhibitors competing in Saddle & Bridle’s Pleasure Equitation Medallion class. The finals will be held at the St. Louis National, September 26-29, 2007.

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