Frequently Asked Questions
|Q:||When entering only the LEADLINE, do I have to pay a drug fee?|
|Q:||How much money do I send in for a nominated open jumper?|
All qualifying entries send the $40.00 qualifying fee and the $10.00 office fee; a total of $50.00. See page 1, Qualifying Hunter and Jumper Entries.
Remember that open jumper RIDERS qualify based on the computer list, so essentially the rider is entering; the specific horse is really immaterial but everyone enters with their "best" horse. See page 5, Open Jumpers.
|Q:||We have a fine harness horse but he is not Saddlebred or Hackney....can he go into the show pleasure driving classes (341-346)? There are ASB classes listed before and after this section so I can't tell if it is actually a part of the ASB section or if it is open.|
|A:||All these classes are restricted to ASHA recorded horses. See page 38 of the prize list, just under the ASB heading.|
|Q:||If same horse enters more than one section, do they only pay one qualifying fee?|
|A:||A horse only pays one qualifying fee, regardless of how many sections it enters.|
|Q:||Who should sign as trainer if there is NOT a trainer? The owner is an amateur and will not be attending the horse show.|
|A:||Trainer is defined as the person responsible for the care of the horse, and it is understood that either the trainer or a designated assistant is on site at the show. In light of this, you should sign as trainer since you will be the responsible person. It would not violate the owner's amateur status, however, to be designated as trainer for a horse she owned, if she were in fact planning to be on site at the show. Nor will it affect your status, for the same reason.|
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