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USEF Announces Roadster Pony and Hackney Roadster Pony Competitions Selected for Heel Measurements



From the USEF Hackney Committee

Lexington, Ky. - The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Hackney Committee has selected the six competitions at which heel measurements will be required in Roadster Pony and Hackney Roadster Pony Championship classes as defined by USEF Hackney and Roadster Division rules. The mandatory heel measurements will be taken from the first and fourth-placed ponies in the following competitions in 2015:

Asheville Lions Charity, Fletcher, N.C., May 13-16
Midwest Charity, Springfield, Ill., June 16-20
Lexington Junior League, Lexington, Ky., July 6-11
Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, Ky., August 22-29
All American Horse Classic, Indianapolis, Ind., September 8-12
UPHA/American Royal National Championship, Kansas City, Mo., November 10-14
 
Exhibitors, owners, and trainers of Roadster or Hackney Roadster ponies, are encouraged to review USEF rules HK133.4 and RD114.2 for further information about the requirement.

Information regarding these measurements will be sent to competition managers and stewards prior to their respective competitions.

Please direct any questions to Jennifer Mellenkamp, USEF Director National Breed/Discipline Affiliates, at jmellenkamp@usef.org or (859) 225-6955.

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