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  • Dressage | Mysite

    Dressage Rules Specific for Dressage Events Clothing and Tack pg12 PNW Contest Guide ​ Individual Event Info pg18-20 PNW Contest Guide Event Process pg18-21 King County Rule Book 2022 Dressage Tests In 2022 members will be allowed to perform one test at County Introductory Test A Introductory Test B Introductory Test C Trailing Level Test 1 Trailing Level Test 2 Trailing Level Test 3 Safety Check Sheets: You are responsible for performing your own safety checks Showmanship Dressage To earn a medal at the State Fair you must complete the steps correctly on the form State Medal Letter of Intent Horse Program Rule Book Medal Program Patterns & Guidlines Pacific NW Contest Guide

  • Performance | Mysite

    Performance Rules Specific for Performance Events Clothing and Tack PNW Contest Guide pg10 Western pg12 Hunt Seat pg13 Saddle Seat ​ Individual Event Info PNW Contest Guide pg15 Showmanship pg17 Equitation pg20 Trail ​ Event Process pg10 King County Rule Book Advanced Riding Pattern Reining Pattern We will be using pattern #11 Safety Check Sheets: You are responsible for performing your own safety checks Showmanship Stock Seat Hunt Seat Saddle Seat Horse Program Rule Book Medal Program Patterns & Guidlines Pacific NW Contest Guide

  • June 4th & 5th - Performance & Gaming | Mysite

    Performance Show - June 4th 2022 Performance Registration Gaming Registration Liability Waiver for Non-4H Performace Class List Parking Map ~ Patterns will be linked below on Thursday June 2nd by 5pm ~ Performance Showmanship Patterns Novice Junior & Green Horse Intermediate/Adult Senior Parents Trail Patterns In Hand - Junior/Intermediate/Senior Novice Junior & Green Horse Intermediate & Adult Senior Gaming Showmanship Patterns Novice/Green Horse/In Hand Junior Intermediate/Adult Senior 4H Medal Patterns Performance Patterns #3 Gaming Show Patterns #4 Trail Bronze Trail Silver Trail Supreme We are so excited to see you at our show this weekend! Please read below for all the important details about our pleasure and gaming show. ​ Check In: EVERYONE must check in at the office to pick up their show number between 7:30-8:30am. ​ Friday • 5:30pm – Haul in ​ Saturday • 7:00am – Gates Open • 7:30-8:30am - Check in: Non-4H members turn in liability form. 4H & Non-4H pick up their show number. • 8:30am – Morning meeting - show begins promptly after the meeting ​ Sunday • 7:00am - Gates Open • 7:30-8:30am - Check in: Non-4H members turn in liability form. 4H & Non-4H pick up their show number. • 8:30am – Morning meeting - show begins promptly after the meeting ​ 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. 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. 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 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 have a hefty fine of $350 for driving/parking on the grass. ​ Stalls: Horses are welcome to come for the day on Saturday or Sunday or stay Friday and Saturday night in a stall. There are no additional fees to use the stalls. If they are staying for the weekend, please bring an adequate amount of shavings. If you are using a stall for the day on Saturday or Sunday, you don't need to bring shavings, unless you'd like to. We are not charging a stall fee, in order to keep our shows affordable for everyone. However, there is a $35 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. You are welcome to tie to your trailer, if you prefer. ​ Liability Waiver - For Non-4H Riders: You will need to have your parent or guardian fill out a liability release waiver if under the age of 18 and not registered in 4H. Please CLICK HERE to print out your waiver and have it signed and ready at check in. We'll also have blank copies for parents/guardians to sign at check in. If you are registered in 4H, we already have your waiver on file. There is no need to fill out another one. 4H Medals Program: If you qualify for the medals program at the performance show, by getting a high blue, you can ride for your medal the same day. For western games, you can qualify on your first run and go for your medal on your second run. You MUST PAY FOR YOUR MEDAL prior to competing for it. You can pay $7 (bronze/silver/gold) $10 (supreme) via venmo @KChorse4H, last four digits of the verified phone number is 1476. Or pay by credit card here: PERFORMANCE MEDAL or GAMING MEDAL. Remind Text: Please sign up for Remind Text. We will use this to communicate information to you during the weekend. Send text to: 81010 Text this message: Morning Meeting: Our morning meeting with start at 8:30am outside of the horse barn by the warm up arena. This is a chance for you to ask any questions you have about the weekend and go over any safety rules. Our showmanship classes will start promptly after the meeting. Please have your horse ready to go. ​ Manure Clean Up: If you tie to your trailer, please pick up any manure left in the parking lot and take it home with you. If you use a stall, please bring a pitch fork and clean your stall (and aisle in front of your stall) thoroughly. There will be wheelbarrows available and a place to dump the manure. Water Buckets: All buckets need to be hung from the stall wall. Please do not leave buckets on the ground in the stall. Dress Code: Heeled boots, riding pants, button-up shirt or show clothes and helmet for ALL AGE RIDERS are required. ​ Required Tack: All bits must have a curb strap. Not Allowed in Showmanship or In-Hand Trail: Spurs Not Allowed in Western Classes: Sidepulls, Tie Downs, martingales Bit-less bit other than a Bosal Cavessons, nosebands or tack collars Mechanical Hackamore, Double Wire Snaffle or Slip or Gag Bit Splint Boots, Bell Boots, Bandages or Polo Wraps Not Allowed in English Classes: Side Pulls and Bit Converters Double Twisted Wire Bits and Gag Bits Martingales ​ Required in Western Games: Throat latch on bridle Curb strap on all bits ​ Not Allowed in Western Games: Mecate Reins Tied Split Reins Buckled Reins Food: There won't be food for sale this weekend. There are plenty of fast food places nearby or you can bring a sack lunch. If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Roper at reroper@yahoo.com or 206-713-0197 ​ ​ ​

  • Rule Books and Reference Materials | Mysite

    References Rule Books KC Rule Boo k This book gives guidence on how our programs and events should be ran. As well as qualifications. PNW Contest Guid e State level book with rules for tack, clothing and manuvers. KC Medals Boo k Qualifications, rules and patterns for the medals program for all disciplines. 4 pattern choices for each medal. Project Manua l More detailed guidelines for the horse program on volunteers, classes, breeds and horsemanship. Club Resources President's Handboo k Reference book for club presidents. VicePresident's Handboo k Reference book for club vice presidents. Secretary's Handboo k Reference for taking attendance and meeting minutes. Treasurer's Handboo k Reference for managing club finances. Reporter 's Handboo k Reference book for club reporters to record club activities. Officer's Handboo k Reference book for all club officers. Volunteers Program Polic y Understanding the volunteer's role in the program Youth Merit Progra m Horsemanship advancement program for all age divisions. Judging Program Judging Manua l Reference book for club reporters to record club activities. Learning through 4-H Judgin g Reference book for all club officers. Teaching Oral Reason s Understanding the volunteer's role in the program Horse Conformation Anaylsi s Horsemanship advancement program for all age divisions. Horsemanship Beginning Horsemanshi p Helping beginning riders to safely begin horsemanship Equestrian Helmet Polic y The 4-H policy on riding helmets, every ride every time. Horses are Fu n Educational Program for horseless members Horse Show Checklis t Reference list to assist new members when going to a show Educational Programs Groom Squad Rule s Understanding the Groom Squad competition. Horse Bowl Rule s Understanding the Horse Bowl competition. We have practice slam buzzers your club can check out. Hippology Rule s Rules and explanation for the Hippology contest. Public Presentations How to do a Public Presentatio n Helping beginning riders to safely begin horsemanship Presentation Scoreshee t The 4-H policy on riding helmets, every ride every time. P resentations, Demonstrations & Illustrated talk s Educational Program for horseless members Working Rancher Oregon 4-H Ranch Horse Manua l Helping beginning riders to safely begin horsemanship Oregon 4-H Ranch Horse Contest Guid e The 4-H policy on riding helmets, every ride every time.

  • July 7th to 10th - County Horse Show | Mysite

    King County Horse Show July 7th to 10th 2022 Performance Show Registration Gaming Show Registration King County Horse Show Schedule July 7th - Vet Check 4:30 to 5:30 July 8th - Western Classes July 9th - English Classes July 10th - Western Games Vet Check will be in the parking lot next to Camperville Helpful Links Stall Emergency Card Stall Water Card Still Life Entry Tag Fee Summary by Club Gaming Medal Times

  • April 9th & 10th - Performance & Gaming | Mysite

    April 9th & 10th - Performance & Gaming Show Performance Registration Gaming Registration Liability Waiver for Non-4H Performace Class List Parking Map ~ Patterns will be linked below on Thursday April 7th by 5pm ~ Performance Showmanship Patterns Novice Junior & Green Horse Intermediate/Adult Senior Trail Patterns In Hand - Junior/Intermediate/Senior Novice Junior & Green Horse Intermediate & Adult Senior Gaming Showmanship Patterns Novice/Green Horse/In Hand Junior Intermediate/Adult Senior 4H Medal Patterns Performance Patterns #3 Gaming Show Patterns #4 Trail Bronze Trail Silver Trail Supreme We are so excited to see you at our show this weekend! Please read below for all the important details about our pleasure and gaming show. ​ Check In: EVERYONE must check in at the office to pick up their show number. ​ Friday • 5pm – Haul in ​ Saturday • 7:00am – Gates Open • 7:30-8:30am - Check in: Non-4H members turn in liability form. 4H & Non-4H pick up their show number. • 8:30am – Morning meeting - show begins promptly after the meeting ​ Sunday • 7:00am - Gates Open • 7:30-8:30am - Check in: Non-4H members turn in liability form. 4H & Non-4H pick up their show number. • 8:30am – Morning meeting - show begins promptly after the meeting ​ Parking: We will be parking in the South parking lot, near the road where the public parks for fair. People will be allowed to bring in their trailers/horses and unload. See 'Parking Map' above, detailing the way to drive in and out of the fairgrounds. Everyone will enter and exit going the same direction. Please move forward, so others can park behind you. Trailers can not be left in the fairgrounds. PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE ON THE GRASS. The fairgrounds have a hefty fine of $350 for driving/parking on the grass. Haul Ins: Horses are welcome to come for the day on Saturday or Sunday or stay Friday and Saturday night in their stall. Please let us know if your horse will be staying the night, you can reach me at reroper@yahoo.com or 206-713-0197. There are no additional fees to use the stalls. If they are staying for the weekend, please bring an adequate amount of shavings. If they are coming for the day on Saturday or Sunday, you don't need to bring shavings, unless you'd like to. You're welcome to tie your horse to your trailer. Please bring a pitch fork and broom to clean out your stall and around your trailer. Wheelbarrows will be available. ​ Stalls: We are not charging a stall fee, in order to keep our shows affordable for everyone. However, there is a $35 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. You are welcome to tie to your trailer, if you prefer. ​ Liability Waiver - For Non-4H Riders: You will NEED to have your parent or guardian fill out a medical release waiver if under the age of 18. Please CLICK HERE to print out your waiver and have it signed and ready at check in. We'll also have blank copies for parents/guardians to sign at check in. If you are registered in 4H, we already have your waiver on file, so there is no need to fill out another one. 4H Medals Program: If you qualify for the medals program at the performance show, by getting a high blue, you can ride for your medal the same day. For western games, you can qualify on your first run and go for your medal on your second run. You MUST PAY FOR YOUR MEDAL prior to competing for it. You can pay $7 (bronze/silver/gold) $10 (supreme) via venmo @KChorse4H, last four digits of the verified phone number is 1476. Or pay by credit card here: PERFORMANCE MEDAL or GAMING MEDAL . Remind Text: Please sign up for Remind Text. We will use this to communicate information to you during the weekend. Send text to: 81010 Text this message: @aprilshows Morning Meeting: Our morning meeting with start at 8:30am outside of the horse barn by the warm up arena. This is a chance for you to ask any questions they have about the weekend and go over any safety rules. Our showmanship classes will start promptly after the meeting. Please have your horse ready to go. ​ Manure Clean Up: If you tie to your trailer, please pick up any manure left in the parking lot and take it home with you. If you use a stall, please bring a pitch fork and clean your stall (and aisle in front of your stall) thoroughly. There will be wheelbarrows available and a place to dump the manure. Water Buckets: All buckets need to be hung from the stall wall. Please do not leave buckets on the ground in the stall. Dress Code: Heeled boots, riding pants, button-up shirt or show clothes and helmet for ALL AGE RIDERS are required. ​ Required Tack: All bits must have a curb strap. Not Allowed in Showmanship or In-Hand Trail: Spurs Not Allowed in Western Classes: Sidepulls, Tie Downs, martingales Bit-less bit other than a Bosal Cavessons, nosebands or tack collars Mechanical Hackamore, Double Wire Snaffle or Slip or Gag Bit Splint Boots, Bell Boots, Bandages or Polo Wraps Not Allowed in English Classes: Side Pulls and Bit Converters Double Twisted Wire Bits and Gag Bits Martingales ​ Required in Western Games: Throat latch on bridle Curb strap on all bits ​ Not Allowed in Western Games: Mecate Reins Tied Split Reins Buckled Reins Food: There won't be food for sale this weekend. There are plenty of fast food places nearby or you can bring a sack lunch. If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Roper at reroper@yahoo.com or 206-713-0197 ​ ​ ​

  • Purchase | Mysite

    Purchase For some of our events we offer sweatshirts and t-shirts for sale. FIND OUT MORE LOTS TO LEARN! Education al Events Equus Festival Help For New Members

  • Show Patterns | Mysite

    Show Patterns March 5th Pleasure Horse Show

  • March 26th & 27th - Equus Festival | Mysite

    Equus Festival - March 26th & 27th 2022 Judging Results Click Here To Register Liability Waiver Parking Information We are so excited to see you at Equus! Please read below for all the important details about this weekend’s event. Haul Ins: Horses are welcome to come for the day on Saturday or stay Friday and Saturday night in the stalls. If they are staying for the weekend, please bring an adequate amount of shavings. If they are coming for the day on Saturday, you don't need to bring shavings, unless you'd like to. Please bring a pitch fork and broom to clean out your stall. Wheelbarrows will be available. Parking: Unfortunately due to our very wet spring, the South Parking Lot/Camperville is too wet to park in. We'd like everyone to park in the North Parking Lot. Please click on the Parking Information tab above to see where this is located. Horse trailers can't enter the Expo Center. You can unhitch and drive your truck in through Gate #1, to bring in your tack or walk it in. Please DO NOT DRIVE ON THE GRASS. The Expo Center will fine you $350, if you drive on the grass. ​ Check In: Friday night arrivals - gate and office open at 5pm Saturday morning arrivals - gates open at 7am, office check in from 7:30-8:30am Sunday morning arrivals - gates open at 7am, office will be open at 9am Liability Waiver: In order to ride at this event you will NEED to have your parent or guardian fill out a medical release waiver. Please CLICK HERE to print out your waiver and have it signed and ready at check in. We'll also have blank copies for parents/guardians to sign at check in. If you are registered in 4H we already have your waiver on file, so no need to fill out another one. ​ Remind Text: Please sign up for Remind Text. We will use this to communicate information to you during the weekend. Send text to: 81010 Text this message: @equus2022 Saturday Morning Meeting: Our morning meeting with start at 8:30am outside of the horse barn by the warm up arena. This is a chance for your child to ask any questions they have about the weekend. Our mock show will begin after the meeting at 9:00. Jumping Clinic: If you are participating in the jumping clinic, you will need to ride in an english saddle. If you don't have one, please let us know and we will see if we can find an extra one for you to use. Manure Clean Up: If you tie to your trailer, please pick up any manure left in the parking lot and take it home with you. If you use a stall, please bring a pitch fork and clean your stall (and aisle in front of your stall) thoroughly. There will be wheelbarrows available and a place to dump the manure. Water Buckets: All buckets need to be hung from the stall wall. Please do not leave buckets on the ground in the stall. Dress Code: There isn’t a dress code for the event or the mock show. Kids are welcome to dress up for the show but it’s optional. Heeled boots, riding pants and helmet are required. Food: There won't be food for sale this weekend. There are plenty of fast food places nearby or you can bring a sack lunch. If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Roper at reroper@yahoo.com or 206-713-0197 Schedule of Events: Friday • 5pm – 6pm Haul in and check in • 6pm - Pizza + free riding ($5 per person for dinner) ​ Saturday • 7:00am – Gates Open • 7:30-8:30am - Check in (turn in liability form and pick up show number) • 8:30am – Morning meeting and pass out stick horses • 9am – 11am Mock Show Western Equitation w/t Western Equitation w/t/c Western/English Discipline Rail w/t Western/English Discipline Rail w/t/c English Equitation w/t English Equitation w/t/c • 11am – Noon - Trail Clinic given by Equestrian Trail Sports (ETS) • Noon – 1pm – Lunch break • 1pm –2:30pm – Jumping Clinic • 2:30 – 5:30pm – Gaming Clinic • 5:30 - Horse trailer rides • 6pm – 7:30pm - Horse Games (stick horse races and/or mounted games) ​ Sunday • 7am - Gates Open • 10am – Noon - 4H Judging • Noon – 1pm – Lunch Break • 1pm – 3pm – 4H Groom Squad • 3pm - 5pm - Stick Horse Jumping and Races (if time allows)

  • Clubs | Mysite

    Our Wonderful Clubs! See a club that looks like a good fit? Feel free to email any of the leaders to ask some questions. " Classic Riders Gaming, Performance, Driving, Jumping & Dressage Leader - Kari Ward Meeting Location - Buckley kariward04@gmail.com "Fun, friends, family & horses make up the Classic Riders. Taking on every adventure with integrity, a devotion to horsemanship and a grateful desire to give back." Evergreen Equestrians Gaming, Performance, Driving, Jumping & Dressage Leader - Shannon Seldal Meeting Location - Enumclaw esaseldal@earthlink.net "Since 2005 we have been inspiring our horse loving kids to achieve their goals on the plateau." Lucky Horseshoes Gaming & Performance Leaders - Michelle Bozeman & Meagan Schodron Meeting Location - Black Diamond michellebozeman@comcast.net mschodron@hotmail.com Mounted Magic Performance, Gaming, Jumping, In Hand & Dressage Leaders - Rebecca Roper & Brigette Schaffarzick Meeting Location - Issaquah (near Hobart) reroper@yahoo.com "A wonderful group of horse loving kids, located in the Issaquah and Maple Valley area." Vashon Rock Riders Performance, Gaming, Jumping & Dressage Leader - Joe Cunningham Meeting Location - Vashon Island ​