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Snowy Mountain Peaks

June 8th & 9th Performance and Gaming
Enumclaw Expo Center

This is the free medals show

Show Weekend Manager: Lori Glasgow

Secretary: Sheilla Hagedorn

Each day is $60 for unlimited classes  

Registration CLOSES June 5th @ 8pm

NOW 2 DIFFERENT WAYS TO SIGN UP AND PAY! CHOOSE ONE

GOOGLE FORM: Easy to fill out then pay with Venmo or bring a check the day of the show

EVENTBRITE: If you want to use a debt or credit card, convenience fee applies

NEW START TIME FOR BOTH DAYS: 8:30AM

PERFORMANCE SHOW REGISTRATION
GAMING SHOW REGISTRATION
or

PERFORMANCE SHOW 

June 8th

Judges: Becky Paulson & Pam Kiehn

CLASS LIST  (tentative)

  • Showmanship (all levels) 

  • Showmanship Medals (4-H only)

  • Trail & In Hand Trail (all levels ran at the same time as Western classes) 

  1. Hunt Seat Equitation Novice (w/t)

  2. Hunt Seat Equitation Green Horse

  3. Hunt Seat Equitation Junior

  4. Hunt Seat Equitation Intermediate

  5. Hunt Seat Equitation Senior

  6. Hunt Seat Equitation Adult

  7. Hunt Seat Medals (4-H only)

  8. English Discipline Rail Novice (w/t)

  9. English Discipline Rail Junior

  10. English Discipline Rail Intermediate

  11. English Discipline Rail Senior

  12. English Discipline Rail Adult

  13. Saddle Seat (all levels together)

  14. Saddle Seat Medals (4-H only)

  15. Pleasure Driving

  16. Reinsmanship (driving)

  17. Reinsmanship Medals (4-H only)

  18. Bareback Equitation Novice (w/t)

  19. Bareback Equitation Junior

  20. Bareback Equitation Intermediate

  21. Bareback Equitation Senior

  22. Bareback Equitation Adult

  23. Reining

  24. Stock Seat Equitation Novice (w/t)

  25. Stock Seat Equitation Green Horse

  26. ​Stock Seat Equitation Junior

  27. Stock Seat Equitation Intermediate

  28. Stock Seat Equitation Senior

  29. Stock Seat Equitation Adult

  30. Stock Seat Medals (4-H only)

  31. Western Discipline Rail Novice (w/t)

  32. Western Discipline Rail Junior

  33. Western Discipline Rail Intermediate

  34. Western Discipline Rail Senior

  35. Western Discipline Rail Adult

Patterns will be live on Thursday prior to the show @5pm

REQUIRED TACK AND ATTIRE 

You can find this info in our King County Horse Program Rule book starting on page 11  CLICK HERE  to be taken to the rule book. This is also found on our home page and the Publications ta

PERFORMANCE SHOW HIGHPOINT

  • Your best 2 out of the 3 performance shows will go towards your highpoint

  • Series High Points will be awarded at the King County Fair

NOVICE

Novice classes are walk/trot or jog only. They are for beginning riders in their first year of riding that can not canter. Once they show in their age division they are not eligible to return to Novice classes. The novice program is limited to 1 year and will only receive danish ribbons (blue, red, white flats), not placed rosettes. 

 

GREEN HORSE

Not open to Novice or Junior riders

Green horse riders are not eligible for state or medals

MEDALS

  • Medals are free  (see medals book for info)

  • You must be qualified to run for medals

  • You must be enrolled in 4-H and qualified to enter medals classes

  • Bronze must be earned before Silver, Silver before Gold, Gold before Supreme

  • You can not earn 2 medals in the same event at one show

  • Not open to Novice or Green Horse riders

  • To enter medals classes check them off on your Eventbrite registration. Pay with Venmo, cash (exact change) or check.

GAMING SHOW

June 9th

Showmanship Judge: Becky Paulson

CLASS LIST 

  1. Showmanship Junior

  2. Showmanship Intermediate

  3. Showmanship Senior

  4. Showmanship Medals

  5. Key 

  6. Poles

  7. Figure 8

  8. 2 Barrel Flags

  9. Intl Flags

  10. Barrels

or

REQUIRED TACK AND ATTIRE 

You can find this info in our King County Horse Program Rule book starting on page 38  CLICK HERE  to be taken to the rule book. This is also found on our home page and the Publications ta

GAMING SHOW HIGHPOINT

  • Your best 2 out of the 3 performance shows will go towards your highpoint

  • Series High Points will be awarded at the King County Fair

MEDALS

  • Medals are free (see medals book for info)

  • You must be qualified to run for medals

  • You must be enrolled in 4-H to run for medals

  • Your 2 runs can go towards your medals, there are no additional runs for medals

  • Bronze must be earned before Silver, Silver before Gold, Gold before Supreme

  • If you qualify for medals on your first run, you can run for your Bronze on run 2 if:

    • The time is verified

    • You sign up and pay prior to the run

  • You can not earn 2 medals in the same event at one show

NOVICE

There is no novice in Gaming, novice riders will ride with their age division.

Regarding BOTH Shows

DIVISIONS

  • Every class is divided by Junior, Intermediate, Senior and Adult

  • Open Youth will be entered with their appropriate age division

    • Open and 4-H will be placed together​

  • If age divisions are combined they will still be placed separately

  • Novice riders are only separated out at performance shows and will only receive danish ribbons. Novice riders compete with their age level in Gaming, Dressage (intro A&B only), Jumping (ground poles only), and Cart/In Hand.

BEFORE THE SHOW

  • Be sure to sign up before the deadline.

  • If you don't know what a class is, ask 

  • Cost is $60 for the entire day there are 2 ways you can sign up:

    • Google Form​

      • You can pay with a check in the office the morning before the show starts ​

      • Or you can pay with Venmo before show day

      • You'll receive an email with a summary of your sign up

    • Eventbrite

      • If you want to pay with a debt or credit card​

      • There will be a convenience fee added to your payment if you use Eventbrite

  • Single class entry $15 if you only want to enter a couple classes, this option is available on both the google form and Eventbrite

  • If your an open rider, be sure to bring the non 4-H release

  • Check out the parking info it's a big facility

  • Individual classes: if you only want to enter a couple or show an additional horse, classes are $15 each

  • Patterns will be posted on this page the Thursday prior to the show at 5pm

AT THE SHOW

  • You can haul in Friday evening after 5pm

  • Gates open at 6am

  • Gates close for drive in and unload at 8:00 sharp

  • Check in at office from 7:30-8:30

  • Judges meeting at 8:15 both days, classes will immediately follow

  • EVERYONE wears a helmet when in a cart or mounted

  • If your entered in Trail get it done as soon as you have time, don't wait, it closes around lunch time.​​

  • Medals attempts must be signed up and paid for prior to attempting the medal.

    • Medals are only available to kids enrolled in 4-H​

  • Trail classes are drop in and start right after Showmanship

VOLUNTEERING

All of us are volunteers, we need everyone's help to put on a show.

Help with Ring Steward and In Gate are the most important. Both of which are great places to watch your kid. We also may need an announcer and runner. Not sure how to do it? We're here to help. Here is info on jobs:

In Gate/Ribbons  

Ring Steward

Announcer 

Time Keeper

Rakers: we have people rake the dirt during gaming events to keep the ground safe and level

 

PARKING

VERY IMPORTANT - Please click on the 'Parking Map' above detailing the way to drive in and out of the fairgrounds.  We will be parking in the South parking lot, next to Camperville.  You will be allowed to bring in your trailers/horses and unload, prior to 7:30am.  Everyone will enter and exit in the same direction.  Please move forward, so others can park behind you and quickly unload your horse and tack and move your trailer to the South Parking Lot. Come back to trek your dtuff to your stall after parking your trailer. No visiting.  Trailers can NOT be left on the fairgrounds.  You are welcome to tie your horse to your trailer, if you don't want to use a stall.  Please bring a pitch fork, dust pan/shovel and broom to clean out your stall and/or around your trailer.  Wheelbarrows will be available.  PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE ON THE GRASS.  The fairgrounds has a hefty fine of $350 for driving/parking on the grass.  

STALLS

Horses are welcome to use a stall for the day or weekend. Gates will open at 5pm on Friday. If your horse stays over night you MUST put your contact info on their stall. There are no additional fees to use the stalls.  There is no bedding available, so you can go without or bring your own.  However, there is a $50 fee if you leave without cleaning your stall.  Please do your part and clean your stall, so we can continue to offer these shows at a reasonable price. 

DO NOT DUMP DIRTY BEDDING IN THE BEDDING STORAGE BIN ON THE SIDE OF THE BARN, ONLY IN THE CORNER UP AGAINST THE CYCLONE FENCE IN THE BLOCKS OFF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE BARN. Look at the "bedding dump map" at the top of this page.

You are welcome to tie to your trailer, if you prefer. If you use a stall you MUST complete the form below and attach it to your stall. Please leave it attached to the stall when you leave. DO NOT DUMP manure in the bedding storage bin that is on the North East corner of the barn. The manure dump area will be marked.

FACILITY

We are very lucky to be able to use the Expo facility at a very low cost. So we want to make sure we leave things as we found them, or better. Help us to maintain our great relationship with the Expo!

All the garbage picked up

Clean stalls out completely after use

Pick up horse poop in gravel areas

Clean up around your trailer in the parking lot

Performance Show Patterns

Medals  for all are:     

Showmanship Senior & Adult  Intermediate 
                                                Junior  Novice

Trail - Gold

Trail - Silver

Trail -Bronze

Trail -Senior/Adult Intermediate
             Junior & Green Horse  Novice & In Hand
Reining

Gaming Show Patterns

Showmanship Medals are: 

Showmanship Senior & Adult

Showmanship Intermediate

Showmanship Junior

Volunteering
Patterns
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