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Welcome to.

Welcome to the Silver Hooves Horse show. We hope that you will have an enjoyable, fun filled
weekend with a lot of participant oriented activities.

Join us Friday night June 28th 6:00pm for a Taco Bar Dinner ($$$) Please see registration form, as meal tickets must be purchased prior to the event. We may have additional meals available for purchase that evening, please inquire. The Taco Bar includes 2 Tacos with the fixings, salads,
dessert and a drink.

On Saturday night Silver Hooves members will be hosting a free Ice Cream social for all riders, grooms, parents and supporters of equine activities.

On Sunday morning we will be offering complimentary coffee, hot coco, bagels and donuts as a thank you for participating in our show. We appreciate your support Along with the above mentioned festivities the Dusty Chuck food booth will be open. Please check the posted hours when you arrive. We are excited to offer random prize drawings during the show as well as a golden horse show scavenger hunt. (Prizes will be awarded) Lookfor the following Championships to be awarded in English and Western Divisions
Open: 4-H:

Beginner Advanced Beginner


Junior Senior

Beginner Advanced Beginner


Junior Senior

Adult
Adult Walk-Trot

ALL ENTRIES MUST INCLUDED THE FOLLOWING:

|Completed registration form

QCheck made out to: SILVER HOOVES


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|Copy of Current Coggins Test


| Proof of Rabies Vaccine
|Signed Release Form

Thank you for taking interest in our show and we look forward to seeing you in June!

SILVER HOOVES HORSE SHOW


RULES AND REGULATIONS
Allriders18 and under must wear a current ASTM/SEI approved helmet while mounted or they willnot
be allowed in the ring. Show management has the right to check any riders helmet.

A parent/guardian/4-H leader must be on the grounds at alltimes in charge of both youth and horses.
All 4-H classes are Judged Danish and project cards will be required for these classes. Project cards will
be checked.

All pattern classes must be memorized prior to the class. You will be penalized if you have to ask the judge for instructions. Be sure to ask any questions before you begin I
Any accidents or injuries should be reported immediately to the show management.

Class # 20 Lead Line will be held immediately after lunch.


*

Show management has the right to delete, add, change and combine any class pending entries or
weather conditions.

NO DRUGS, ALCOHOL, SMOKING ALLOWED ANYWERE ON THE GROUNDS.


No refunds unless vet or doctors certificate.

If you scratch a class and enter another class, a post entry class fee will be assessed. POSTENTRY: means after the postmark deadline. If you have not completed the paperwork and included
the fees prior to the show that means you will pay post entry fees.

Stalls must be cleaned before leaving the grounds and checked by show management.
Shavings are not provided.
*

A release form must be signed by the participant or parent if the rider is under 18 before a participant will
be allowed to ride.

Please abide by the 4-H code of ethics. Proper sportsmanship by both the riders and the spectators is
expected.

The Open Lead line class is being offered to children ages 2-7, with a leader age 18 or older.
**** Participants need to be able to control the horse on their own with no side walkers

Show management retains the right to scratch vou from this class If thev feel that vou do not meet the stated criteria I

The Junior Horse classes that are offered on the class list are for horses age 5 and under!
* This is not a schooling class, please keen this In mind when completing entries

Vermont 4-H Code of Conduct As a Vermont 4-H member, I will be worthy of trust, honor and confidence. Iwill respect all people including myself. Iwill be responsible, accountable and self-disciplined in the pursuit of excellence. I will be just, fair and open. Iwill be caring in my relations with others. I am aware that my actions and decisions affect others. And Iwill be a contributing and law-abiding citizen.

Silver Hooves Horse Show


4-H & Open Classes
June 29th and 30th 2013
Saturday Ring Judge: Sharon Dcforges
Saturday Trail Judge: Jaytnc VaiiNoordt-Purdy

8:30am

Addison County Fair and Field Days


Sunday Ring Judge: Joy Jackson
Sunday Trail Judge: Headier MrGaiin

Pre-entry fee: $7.00 per class


14-H Senior Fitting and Showmanship * 2 4-H Junior Fitting and Showmanship* 3 4-H Advanced Beginner Fitting and Showmanship* 4 4-H Beginner Fitting and Showmanship* 5 Adult Fitting and Showmanship* 6 Open Senior Fitting and Showmanship* 7 Open Junior Fitting and Showmanship*

Post-entry fee: $8.00 per class


38 39 40 41 42 Open Junior Project -Up* Open Advanced Beginner Project -Up* Open Beginner Project -Up* Benefit Class (sit a buck) Open Walk -Trot Command Class

43 Junior Horse Equitation


44 Junior Horse Pleasure

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
21 22 23 24

Open Advanced Beginner Fitting and Showmanship* Open Beginner Fitting and Showmanship* Senior English Equitation* Junior English Equitation* Advanced Beginner English Equitation* Beginner English Equitation* Adult Equitation* Adult Walk Trot Equitation* Senior Western Equitation* Junior Western Equitation* Advanced Beginner Western Equitation* Beginner Western Equitation*
Senior English Pleasure* Junior English Pleasure* Advanced Beginner English Pleasure* Beginner English Pleasure*

45 Begin/Adv Begin Benefit ClassEnglish


46 47 48 49 Begin/Adv Begin Benefit Class Western Junior/Senior/Adult Benefit Class English Junior/Senior/Adult Benefit Class Western Road Hack English, Saddle Seat and Hunter Pleasure

50 Road Hack Western


51 Senior Trail*

52 Junior Trail*

53 Advanced Beginner Trail* 54 Beginner Trail*


55 Adult Trail* 56 Adult Walk Trot Trail*

20 Lead Line

Entries due by Friday June 14th 2013

25 Adult Pleasure* 26 Adult Walk Trot Pleasure* END OF DAY CHAMPIONSHIP GIVEN IN BOTH 4-H AND OPEN DIVISIONS IN ENGUSH AND WESTERN!

27 Senior Western Pleasure*


28 Junior Western Pleasure*

Youmust participate in all 5 ofthe following dosses to qualify: Fitting,Equitation, Pleasure, Project Up & Troll

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Advanced Beginner Western Pleasure* Beginner Western Pleasure* 4-H Senior Project-Up* 4-H Junior Project -Up* 4-H Advanced Beginner Project-Up* 4-H Beginner Project-Up* Adult Project-Up* Adult Walk Trot Project -Up* Open Senior Project -Up*

THANK YOU FOR COMING TO OUR SHOW


GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

Silver Hooves Horse Show

Friday, June 28, 2013 - Dinner available for purchase must purchase tickets with your registration "Taco Bar" - $ 8 per person (includes 2 tacos with the fixings, salads, dessert and a drink)
crunchy taco shells & soft tortillas
mild taco seasoned meat lettuce
tomatoes

onions black olives cheddar cheese salsa


sour cream

guacamole
Black Bean & Corn Salad Italian Pasta Salad
Dessert Drinks

Silver Hooves Horse Show 4-H/Open Entry Form


PRE-ENTRIES DUE BY JUNE 14, 2013
NAME OF RIDER: NAME OF HORSE:
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BIRTHDAY:

ADDRESS:
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EMAIL:

HOME PHONE:

EMERGENCY NUMBER:

4-H CLUB/GROUP:
CIRCLE DIVISION:
LEADLINE

BEGINNER SENIOR

ADVANCED BEGINNER
ADULT

JUNIOR

ADULT WALK/TROT
CIRCLE:

CIRCLE SEAT:

ENGLISH

WESTERN

4-H

OPEN

CIRCLE THE NUMBER(S) OF THE CLASS(ES) YOU ARE ENTERING: SATURDAY


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30

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31

3
32

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5
34

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48

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50

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51

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24
53

25
54

26
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27
56

28

29

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CIRCLE THE NUMBER(S) OF THE CLASS(ES) YOU ARE ENTERING: SUNDAY


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31

3
32

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33

5
34

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35

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36

10
39

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40

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41

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42

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43

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Inday Night ilnu Sunday

WEEKEND STALL $30.00

Friday nighi & Saiurday

SATURDAY SHOW only $15.00

SUNDAY SHOW only $15.00


Saturday night & Sunday
STALL EEE:

RABIES ENCLOSED
(Musi be dated at least 30 days prior ta show)

OF CLASSES @ $7.00 EACH


tt OF POST ENTRIES @ $8.00 EACH
($700 PER CLASS 'Si oo POST i:ntky)

CLASS EEE(S):
POST ENTRY FEE(S):

No refunds without vet or


doctor certificate

$ 1.00 will be refunded

Number @ $2.00

NUMBER EEE:

$2.00

upon return of number ELECTRIC CAMPING $26.00 ONE DAY/NIGHT ($52.00 FOR THE WEEKEND)

CAMPING EEE: IRI. DINNER TOTAL:

Friday night Taco Bar Dinner:


CHECK PAYABLE TO: SILVER HOOVES

# of tickets

X$8.00

TOTAL DUE.:

STALLS ARE RESERVED ONLY WITH PAYMENT ENCLOSED

TOTAL PAID:

*** Post-dated checks to 06/14/13 are accepted to encourage early entries***

Exhibitors and their parents/guardians will be responsible for any accidents or injuries caused by horse(s) entered by them therefore releasing Silver Hooves Horse Show from any damage or liability. No entry will be allowed into the ring until the exhibitor has signed an entry blank and the fees for the class have been paid in full. Parent/Guardianof exhibitor under 18 must sign below.

Exhibitor's Signature: Parent or Guardian Signature:


MAIL ENTRIES TO:

___________

PLEASE MAKE SURE THE RELEASE FORM ON THE BACK IS SIGNED BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN
CADY WHITE 2450 CUTTING HILL RD

Secretary's Use Only: Paid $ CHK#


Balance Due $

Paid for Stalls:

Yes

No

Rabies:

Yes

No

WHITING, VT 05778
EMAIL: SC2MZWHITE(aGMAIL.COM
PHONE: 802-462-2336

Coggins: Camper Plate #

Yes

No

Electrical: $26 day/$52 wkend

VERMONT 4-H HORSE PROGRAM EQUESTRIAN HELMET RULE


1. Effective January 1,1993, all youth under 19, participating in any 4-H equestrian activity, regardlessof riding scat, shall wear a properly fitted equestrian helmet which carries a current ASTM/SEl approval with secured chin harness properly fastened at all times when mounted on an equine or in a vehicle being pulled by one or more equines.
2. It is the responsibility of the rider or the parent or guardian of the minor rider, to sec to it that the headgear worn complies with such approved standardsand carries the proper seals, and is properly fitted and in good condition. Due to degeneration concerns, equestrian and sport manufacturers recommended replacement every five years. The University of Vermont Extension system, Organizing Committees and Licensed Officials or Leaders arc not responsible for checking headgearworn for such compliance. The University of Vermont makes no representation or warranty, expressed or implied, about such headgear and cautions riders that serious injury may result despite wearing headgear, as no helmet can
protect against all foreseeable injuries in equestrian activities.

3. At any 4-H equestrianactivity, the official activity manager(e.g. show manager, clinic organizer, club leader)may, at his/her discretion, check a participant'sequestrian helmet for proper standards. If the participantis found to be wearing an unapproved, defective or improperly fitted helmet, he/she will not be permittedto participate in any mounted or driving activity until proper helmet is acquired. 4. The approvedhelmet requirement supersedesall hat and helmet requirements as stated underappointments in the
current set of rules and regulations.

ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND RELEASE VERMONT 4-H HORSE PROGRAM


I have read THE VERMONT 4-H HORSE PROGRAM EQUESTRIAN HELMENT RULE printed above. I understand that equestrian activity involves certain risks of physical injury. I, none the less, wish to participatein the Vermont 4-H horse program. I do so at my own risk and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the University of Vermont and State Agricultural college, the UVM Extension system, and their trustees, employees, and agents from any and all losses, penalties,damages, settlements, costs or other expenses or liabilities arisingout of this activity. This release, however, is not intended to release the University of Vermont from causes of action arising out of the sole negligence of the University of Vermont, its trustees, employees or agents.
Name of 4-H Member:

(Please Print)

Signature of 4-H Member:

Name of parent or guardian: (Please Print)

Signature of parentor guardian:


(If 4-H Member is under age 18, this must be signed by parent/guardian)
Address of 4-H Member:

Date: