Entry Level Classes Questions and Answers
2003 WCMHR World
Entry Level Classes were established to enable newcomers an opportunity to compete with others on the same experience level. The Entry-Level Classes also provide those Exhibitors who may have shown for more than 2 years (2 seasons--not an accumulation of 730 days over a period of years ) in one discipline an opportunity to exceed in a class that they may never have tried before or in which they have very little experience.
The same horse may not be shown in a class by more than one exhibitor.
The Miniature Horse or Show Pony
Disciplines are broken down as follows:
Showmanship-any type of Showmanship Class including Amateur, novice, etc.
Hunter-Any Hunter Classes-participated in any type of Hunter Class whether amateur, open, etc.
Jumper-Any Jumper Classes-any type of Jumper Class whether amateur, novice, open, etc.
Obstacle Mini Trail Classes-any type of in-hand Obstacle Class whether amateur, novice, open, etc.
Pleasure Driving Classes-any type of Pleasure Driving Class whether Country Pleasure Driving, Single Pleasure Driving, Entry-Level, PM/C open, etc.
Obstacle Driving Class-any type of Driving Class that involves a series of obstacles.
Roadster-any type of Roadster class including Adult, Youth, Entry Level, PM/C, open, etc.
Question: Can Participants who are in Entry Level Classes also participate in any other classes? Entry Level Participants may participate in any class.
Question: Are entry level classes
considered for the high-point awards?
Answer: Entry Level Classes have their own High-Point Awards. The Entry Level classes were established to allow new exhibitors an experience in a World Championship Show and to permit experienced exhibitors an opportunity to try a new discipline.
Question: I have shown in
Showmanship Classes for several years but have never been in a
driving class, am I eligible for entry level pleasure driving?
Answer: Yes, you are eligible for Entry Level Pleasure Driving, Entry Level Obstacle Driving, and Entry Level Roadster.
New for 2003-All Entry-Level Champions and Reserves will receive belt buckles and ribbons for their awards in the Championship Classes. The class judged upon the horse's performance but the entry-level classes have been designed for the exhibitors and therefore, the prize will be awarded for the exhibitor.
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