North Star Morgan Americana
July 2nd, 2000
Sponsored by the North Central Morgan Association
AHSA Class "A" Approved
MINNESOTA STATE FAIRGROUNDS
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For 212 years, Morgans have been an integral part of American life and history. Just missing the Revolutionary War, the Morgan horse played a big part in all of the other military conflicts up to modern times. Morgans have herded cattle, cleared land, plowed fields, taken people to church, to work, to the theatre, carried business barons, taken presidents to the White House, entertained children, and generally done whatever job given them with style and grace.
As we enter this next millenium, we look to the future of Morgans and horses in general. We no longer require their services in our daily lives, however, some of us are fortunate to know the love, friendship and spirituality of relating to a wonderful equine friend—eager to please, happy to see you, woolly and warm in the winter and sleek and shiny in the summer.
Showing Morgans is an easy job because they like to show off so much. We of the North Star Morgan Americana Horse Show Committee endeavor to make all the other parts of showing just as easy. Welcome to our show. Have fun. Make friends. Share the place in your heart that holds horses dear.
Mary Todd Kaercher Sarah Dunne
612/472-1858 email@example.com Sarahd@hmr-inc.com
North Star Mission Statement
It is our mission to:
"Demonstrate the versatility of the Morgan horse by offering a full range of disciplines (park, english pleasure, western, hunter, equitation, driving, carriage driving, jumper and dressage.)
"Provide quality judges and classes for qualification for the Grand National, be a show where North Central members, local people and exhibitors from other places will find fun, hospitality and friendly competition.
"Be a show where everyone will find convenient, safe and comfortable accommodations."
Lynn Peeples-Park, Pleasure, Driving, In-Hand
Kathy Peeples-Classic, Hunt, Western, Equitation, Futurity In-Hand
Bill Solyntjes-Dressage, Sport Horse In-Hand
Zandra Powers-Over Fences
Show Manager: Lloyd Landkamer
Secretary: Louise Fahey
Steward: Howard Behl
Organist: Randy Roberts
Ringmaster: John Frye
Photographer: Casey McBride
Awards: Louise Miner
Veterinarian: Equine Medical
Farrier: Kirk Washburn
Course Designer: Bradley Lynfoot
Dressage Coordinator: Lloyd Landkamer
Carriage Coordinator: Carl Hartell
Paddock Master: Chuck Porter
Ring Secretary: Tim Bonham
EMT: Tom Brude
Chairs: Sarah Dunne & Mary Todd Kaercher
Secretary: Pat Hartell
Treasurer: Bob Allender
Michael J. Ridge
Mary Jo Stockman
Inquiries may be directed to:
Mary Todd Kaercher 612-472-1858 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lloyd Landkamer 612-420-2280 email@example.com
Sarah Dunne 651-635-9746 Sarahd@hmr-inc.com
NORTH CENTRAL MORGAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
President: Bob Matheson
Secretary: Karen Braemer
Treasurer: De Boldt
The asterisks in the prize list mean there is a new policy being enforced or a change is being implemented. Please take note of these changes, it is the exhibitors responsibility to be aware of them.
51. UPHA Western Pleasure-4 and under
108. Classic English Pleasure Limit Rider
115. Pleasure Driving Championship Amateur/Jr. Exh.
**Jackpots and Championships**
All FourJackpot Classes will be paid out as follows:
$500 plus « the entry fees will be divided: 1st 30%, 2nd 20%, 3rd 15%, 4th 15%, 5th 10%, 6th 10%
We will be stripping ONLY the following Championship classes:
Hardwood Creek Hunter Pleasure Jackpot Championship
Kohler Stables Western Pleasure Jackpot Championship
Marlett Stables English Pleasure Jackpot Championship
GOLF CARTS!We have golf carts available for rental during the show. You may rent a cart for $35 a day to tool around the grounds and make those many, but necessary trips between barn and ring. Reserve your cart on your entry blank, as we are limited in number. Must rent for all four days. Carts will be available Wednesday evening for pick up. Available while supplies last, first come as received with entries.
Rules- Every class offered herein which is covered by the rules and specifications of the current AHSA rulebook will be judged in accordance therewith. Classes not covered in the current AHSA rule book will be judged in accordance with the rules listed below. In any situations arising that are not covered specifically by AHSA rules, or by the rules listed below, the decision of the Show Manager and/or Steward shall be final.
Liability- Horses by their inherent nature present a risk. This show, the management, and the Minnesota State Fair will not be responsible for any loss or damage or injury to horses exhibited, or for any article of any kind or nature that may be lost or destroyed, or in any way injured. Each exhibitor will be responsible for any injury that may be occasioned to any person, whomsoever, by any horse owned or exhibited by said exhibitor and shall indemnify the Association, or any member thereof, against all claims and demands, of any nature or kind, that may grow out of any injury occasioned by any horses owned or exhibited by them, or arise from the negligence of the person in charge of any such horse. All horses exhibited in this show participate entirely at the owner's risk.
Rights Reserved- The Show Committee reserves the right to make such changes in procedure, personnel, rules and regulations as shall be deemed by them to be in the best interests of this show.
AHSA Membership - Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at regular member competitions, combined training at the preliminary level or above and combined driving events at the intermediate level or above, dressage and vaulting competitions and endurance rides provided the respective breed/ discipline dues or breed/discipline category fee has been paid. A non-member may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent or trainer at regular member competitions, combined training event, dressage competitions and combined driving competitions upon payment of a $15 non-member registration fee and a $5 breed/discipline category fee for each breed/discipline. Participants in the following classes are exempted from the requirements of this rule: 1(Leadline); 2) exhibitions; 3) games and races; 4) classes for 4-H members; 5) Walk-trot and academy classes and 6) USDF introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes. Also exempted from this requirement are residents of other nations who are members in good standing of their national federation. Amateurs must have an amateur AHSA card.
Entries & Fees- Entries shall be made by the exhibitor or authorized agent. No horse shall be exhibited unless the Entry Blank is complete and all fees are Paid In Full. Exhibitors are
Responsible for making entries in Championship classes.
**IT IS A MINNESOTA STATE LAW THAT ALL HORSES ATTENDING ANY COMPETITION PRESENT A COPY OF A NEGATIVE COGGINS TEST RESULT. YOU MUST SEND COGGINS TESTS IN WITH YOUR ENTRIES.**
Returned Checks- $25 fee for any nonnegotiable check. The check amount + this fee must be paid within 30 days from the end of the show, or the exhibitor will be reported to AHSA and subject to the AHSA fine of $100.
Registry- All horses shown in Morgan only classes must be registered with the American Morgan Horse Association, Inc.; or the Canadian Morgan Horse Association; or the British Morgan Horse Society; and must be entered under their full registered name and registration number, or, if under one year of age, be eligible for registration. All horses must be entered under the names of the owner(s) or leasee of record with AMHA, CMHA or BMHS. A copy of the registration papers showing recorded ownership or proof of lease must be submitted with entry form at the time of making entry. Half Morgans - are eligible to participate in Carriage, Hunter over Fences, and Dressage classes (except Medal classes.) All half Morgans must be registered with the American Part Blooded Horse Registry. A photocopy of the Registration papers must accompany the entry blank.
All breeds - are eligible to participate in carriage classes.
Age of Horse - is determined as of Jan. 1st of this year.
Age of Rider - is determined as of December 1st of Last year. In any class entered by a Junior Exhibitor, the age of the exhibitor must be noted on the Entry Blank. Junior Exhibitors may not show in Ladies or Gentlemen's classes.
Amateur Owned/Trained/Shown classes - are open to horses that have not been in training with a professional barn after January 1st. Owner and exhibitor must each have AHSA amateur card. Headers must be eligible for AHSA amateur card. Exhibitor need not be the owner.
*Amateur and Ladies Classes- are open to Adults 18 and over only unless specified otherwise.*
Novice - is defined as a horse that has not won three 1st place ribbons at Regular Member Competitions in the particular performance division in which they are competing.
*Limit-is defined as a horse who has not won six 1st place ribbons at Regular Member Competitions in the particular performance division in which they are competing. *
NCMA Futurity - Futurity & Futurity Alumni classes are open only to horses which meet all Futurity requirements. Decision of the Futurity Chair shall prevail. NCMA Futurity information and complete Futurity Rules list is available from Delossie Hanscom, 6600 Chicago Ave. So. #101, Richfield, MN 55423, 612/869-6748. Futurity payments are due on April 15th and June 1st.
Cross Entries - Classic Pleasure entries may cross enter in other divisions.
*Stripping Championships - All horses in the Jackpot Championship under saddle classes will be stripped. No more than 2 attendants per horse will be allowed in the ring.*
Stallions - may not be shown in Ladies or Junior Exhibitor
Classes, including Fitting and Showmanship.
Ring attire - All riders, drivers, and attendants shall be neatly and suitably dressed when entering the ring. Be advised this means no torn jeans, no shorts, no tank or halter tops. *Gentlemen attendants must wear shirt & tie for evening performances.*
Exhibitor numbers - shall be those provided and shall be worn on the entry while the class is in session.
Splitting classes - Management reserves the right to split large classes. Split classes will be posted in the entry paddock at least one class in advance. Duplicate ribbons and trophy will be awarded in split classes.
*Combining Classes: Management reserves the right to combine small classes in similar disciplines, i.e., Carriage-horse and pony classes will be combined if numbers dictate.*
*Two minute rule - will be enforced! Exhibitors are responsible for being ready for classes when they are called. If more time is required for a tack change (which is to be made in the paddock area), the Paddock Master must be notified BEFORE the start of the session in which the hold is requested.*
PA System - Class announcements are a courtesy to the exhibitor. Show management is not responsible for an exhibitor missing a class. While every effort will be made to maintain a working PA system, no protest will be upheld, nor any section changed, on the basis of a PA breakdown.
Individual performances - In performance classes where exhibitors perform individually, the exhibitors shall compete by the posted order of go, unless the Paddock Master grants an exhibitor permission to show out of order.
Post Entry Fee - is $15 per horse. At least one class entry fee, and all stall, drug, AHSA, and office fees PER HORSE must be paid in full by June 1st to avoid the post entry fee.
*Dressage, Carriage Driving and Dressage Carriage Driving entries are due June 1st. No post entries will be accepted for these events. Dressage entries will be limited to the first 30 rides entered.*
Refunds - Full refunds will be made only when a veterinarian certificate (physician's certificate for equitation) is presented before the start of the show. Partial refunds (for entry fees only) will be made if the certificate is presented after the start of the show. Once the horse is on the show grounds, only the official show veterinarian may issue the certificate.
Tri-State approved classes - Classic English Pleasure; Classic Pleasure Driving; English Pleasure Open, Jr. Horse, & Jr. Exhibitor/Amateur; Hunter Pleasure Open & Jr. Exhibitor/Amateur; Pleasure Driving Opens & Jr. Horse; Western Pleasure Open, Jr. Horse, & Jr. Exhibitor/Amateur.
AMHA Medal Classes - Riders in AMHA Medal Classes must be members of AMHA, or apply and pay dues before competing in the classes.
Amateur High Point Challenge Trophy
All amateur class exhibitor's points will be tallied.
The winner will be announced Sunday afternoon.
Freestyle stallion presentations are available for purchase at $100 each during the evening sessions of the show. Stallion owners who purchase these will be given 5 minutes to highlight their stallion in any way they choose - formal presentation, presentation of get, liberty presentation, etc. If you are interested, call Mary Todd Kaercher at 612-472-1858 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Star Morgan Americana
Is operated in accordance with the current rules of the American Horse Shows Association, Inc. of which body it is a Regular member competition and is rated:
"A" in the Morgan Division
*Arrival - No vehicles, equipment, materials or horses may arrive on the grounds before 12:00 P.M. on Tuesday, and they must leave the grounds by 10:00 A.M. on Monday. Parking on the street is prohibited. All parking shall be in the area designated. Check with the security officer if in doubt. Posted parking regulations must be observed; violators will be towed and charged accordingly.*
*Campers - Overnight sleeping or camping is allowed in self-contained units which may park only in the livestock parking area. A daily camping fee of $30.00 a day must be paid for in the show office and includes electrical hook up. No hookups for plumbing are available. All campers must display the sticker showing they paid in the front window.*
Dogs - must be leashed at all times. No dogs will be allowed in the coliseum at any time.
Exercising horses - must be done in designated areas only! Never on the grass.
Fire Safety Regulations - Ignition sources such as frying pans, coffee pots, hot plates, toasters, toaster ovens and warming trays are prohibited in the barns. Smoking and any other open flame is prohibited. Tops of stalls may not be covered. Decorative material (stall curtains) must be rendered and maintained flame retardant in accordance with the state fire code; documentation is required. Only heavy duty, grounded extension cords may be used.
Barn maintenance - Exhibitors are to keep barn aisles clear of obstacles at all time. Aisles are to be swept regularly, trash is to be deposited in barrels, and manure is to be hauled in cards provided to the pit on the west side of the barn. All stabling areas will be fumigated and disinfected prior to any horse arriving on the grounds.
Food - will be available on the grounds during the show.
YOUTH OF THE YEAR CONTEST
This contest will take place on Wednesday, June 28th. For more information, contact Janet Holler 612-975-6030 or Paige Lunn 612-447-7356
Carriage Driving Clinic
Our judge for the Carriage Division is Larry Poulin, a nationally known driver, judge, trainer and coach. Morgans (specifically, Margaret Gardiner's Kennebec Count and his son, Kennebec Russel) boosted the career of Larry Poulin in 1985, when he campaigned them to the first of their
three (and the first of his five) national championships in pairs driving.
He probably wasn't aware then of the impact he would have on Morgan sport horses. The North Star Morgan Americana might not have a Carriage Division without Mr. Poulin, whose international reputation is closely tied to the Morgan horse. Mr. Poulin has agreed to provide personal coaching to a
small number of drivers in a clinic immediately following the completion of carriage competition at the North Star Morgan Americana.
Eight individual coaching sessions will be available on Sunday, July 3, 2000, between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm. The cost is $100 for an individual lesson (approximately one hour) and tickets for two additional auditors. Clinic participants will provide their own horse; singles, pairs, tandem or four-in-hand turnouts are welcome. Additional auditors are welcome at a cost of only $15 for the whole day or any part of the day. Mr. Poulin and the driver in each session will be wired for sound so that everyone in the audience will be able to follow the lesson.
Thanks to a grant from the Minnesota Horse Council, we are able to allow anyone to attend the sessions as an auditor at no charge.
One place in the clinic will be reserved for each horse and driver combination entered in the North Star Morgan Americana whose application is received and paid by the closing date for entries. The Driving Division
of North Star is open to all breeds. Substitution of horses and drivers is permitted. Any remaining places will be assigned to other applicants in the order received. No driver will be allowed to register for multiple lessons until and unless all applicants have been scheduled for a lesson.
The clinic will be held outdoors in the West Ring, used for driven dressage, west of the judging arena at the Minnesota StateFairgrounds.
Stabling is available on the grounds for an additional fee of $75.00. Trailer parking is available at no charge near the
West Ring for those who would rather come in and out on the day of the clinic. All horses remaining on the grounds overnight must be stabled.
Participants are strongly encouraged to wear suitable safety equipment, including an approved helmet.
North Star entrants should include their clinic registration form and fee with their show entry. Others should send registration and fee to: Carl Hartell, Carriage Coordinator, 17571 Marschall Road, Jordan, MN 55352, 612-445-0067. Checks should be made payable to: North Star Morgan Americana.
Partial funding for this event has been provided by the Minnesota Horse Council Direct
Please check the appropriate boxes:
__Single horse __Pair/Tandem __Four-in-Hand
__2 wheeled vehicle __4 wheeled vehicle
__ number of stalls required ($75 each)
__prefer morning session __prefer afternoon
Special problems you want to work on during les-
___________________________ I agree that this show, the management, and the Minnesota State Fair will not be responsible for any loss or damage or injury to horses exhibited, or for any article of any kind or nature that may be lost or destroyed, or in any way injured. I will be responsible for any injury that may be occasioned to any person, whomsoever, by any horse owned or exhibited by me and shall indemnify the Association, or any member thereof, against all claims and demands, of any nature or kind, that may grown out of any injury occasioned by any horses owned or exhibited by me, or arise from the negligence of the person in charge of any such horse.
Must be signed by clinic participant (if under 18 years of age, by parent or guardian). Send in with class entries.
Coliseum will be open for working horses at announced hours Wednesday through Sunday. The Judging Arena will be available for working horses at all times during the show, except when it is used for classes.
Wednesday --- 4 PM to 9 PM
During the show, the office will be open one hour before each performance and until one hour after each performance ends.
Office Phone: (612) 642-2338
Barn Phone: (612) 642-2337
FEES & PAYBACKS
Box Stalls $75
Trailer In/Out Fee $35/day
**Copies of ALL AMHA cards, ASHA cards, Coggins tests, and Registration Papers MUST be included for ALL horses. Entries without the proper documentation will not be accepted. **
In Hand $15
Youth, Equitation $20
*Ridden Dressage $30
Jackpot Championship $50
Office fee/per horse $15
Post entry fee/per horse $15
(See policy under general rules)
AHSA (5.00 Drug +3.00 AHSA per horse) $ 8
AHSA Non-member Fee/Per Sr. $20
AHSA Non-Member Fee/Per Jr. Exh $15
Non Morgan ASHA Discipline Fee $ 5
NCMA Futurity Nomination April 15th
NCMA Futurity Entry Fee June 1st
Regular Entries/Stall reservations June 1st
*Dressage & Dressage Driving June 1st
*Post Entries Close 1 hour before session
*Championship Entries Close 1 hour before session
**NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED ON SUNDAY. ALL ENTRIES FOR SUNDAYS CLASSES MUST BE MADE BEFORE THE OFFICE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE!**
**Tack Hold Requests must be made before the start of the session**
Awards will be give through 6th place, except for Championship classes for In-Hand, Hunter over Fences, Dressage, and Carriage. These will be given Champion and Reserve awards only.
Jr. Exhibitor Championships $30 - $20 - $15 - $10
Junior Horse Championships $30 - $20 - $15 - $10
Championships $35 - $25 - $20 - $15
Jackpot Championships ($500 + « entry fees) divided:
1st-30% 2nd-20% 3rd-15% 4th-15% 5th-10% 6th-10%
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Thursday Morning Coliseum 8 am
1a. Yearling Fillies- NCMA Futurity
2a. 2 year old Fillies - NCMA Futurity
15 minute break
6a. Yearling Colds & Geldings - NCMA Futurity
7a. 2 year old Colts - NCMA Futurity
15 minute break
11a 2 year old Geldings - NCMA Futurity
Thursday Morning Judging Arena 11:30 am
Thursday Afternoon Coliseum 1 pm
Thursday Evening Coliseum 6 pm
*Youth of the Year Awards Presentation*
*Dressage Championship Awards*
Friday Morning Coliseum 9 am
Friday Afternoon West Arena 1 pm
15 minute break
Friday Evening Coliseum 6 pm
76. Carriage Driving-Turnout-Horse
77. Carriage Driving-Turnout-Pony
78. Hunter Hack
79. Hunter Pleasure - 3 year old
*Special Five Minute Presentation*
Saturday Morning Coliseum 9 am
Saturday Afternoon Coliseum 2pm
Saturday Evening Coliseum 6 pm
*Carriage Championship Awards*
Manners and suitability)
Today's performance is dedicated to the memory of Mr. Roy Linden, our stablemaster of many years and a dear man. We will miss him.
Sunday Morning West Ring 8 am
Larry Poulin Driving Clinic
Sunday Morning Coliseum 7:30 am
*Working Hunter Championship Awards*
Sunday Morning Coliseum 11 am
Presentation of the Weston Wood Memorial Amateur High Point
Management reserves the right to change or alter the officials lists or assignments without notice, prior to, or during the show
IN HAND CLASSES
Morgan Sport Horse In Hand
Horse to be shown individually on the triangle. To be judged on suitability to perform in sport horse disciplines with consideration given to Morgan type. One handler only.
In Hand Open and NCMA Futurity classes will run simultan-
eously, but with separate judges for each class (i.e., classes 6 & 6a will be judged at the same time, but by different judges.) Awards for both classes will be presented at the end of the combined class.
1a. Yearling Fillies - NCMA Futurity
2a. 2 year old Fillies - NCMA Futurity
6a. Yearling Colts & Geldings - NCMA Futurity
7a. 2 year old Colts - NCMA Futurity
11a. 2 year old Geldings - NCMA Futurity
To be eligible for Championship and Stake classes, entries must have previously shown and been judged in at least one qualifying class in the respective division (i.e., age group, amateur, etc.)
Exhibitors in Walk-Trot classes may not have shown in any class requiring a canter or lope.
Horses in Amateur Owned/Trained/Shown classes must not have been in training with a professional barn after January 1st. Owner and exhibitor must each have an AHSA amateur card. Headers must be eligible for AHSA amateur card. Exhibitor need not be the owner.
Conducted in accordance with the rules, regulations and directives of the AHSA Driving Division. Classes will be split for more than 3 multiple hitches. Dressage driving classes will be held outdoors in the standard small (40m x 60m) and large (40m x 100m) arenas. Any breed is eligible to participate in all Carriage Driving Classes. All obstacles will be set at 2 meters.
Entries must carry a driver, one or more passengers,
and a 4th of July Picnic. Period costumes are encouraged and drivers are not required to wear a lap robe or driving apron. Entries are to be judged on the suitability of the horse to provide a pleasant picnic drive. Wire wheeled vehicles are allowed. To be shown both ways of the ring at a walk, slow trot, and working trot; to stand quietly at the rail; and to rein back if asked. Horses will not be asked to trot-on. To be judged 60% on manners, performance, and way of going; 40% on overall impression, including presentation of the theme. Picnic food will not be judged (but may be sampled!)
Carriage Driving Championship Awards
Champion and Reserve awards will be given to the entries accumulating the most points. Only 2 dressage driving classes will count; Americana Picnic Drive will not count. Point system: 1st-(5), 2nd-(3), 3rd(2), 4th (1).
Classic English Pleasure
118. Classic English Pleasure - Championship
108. Classic English Pleasure - Limit Rider
Classic Pleasure Driving
99. Classic Pleasure Driving 18 and over
USDF and CSDCTA approved. Classes will be held in the standard arena (20m x 60m). 1995 tests will be used for all classes (except USDF Intro. Which will use 1996 tests). Exhibitor is responsible for supplying show office with USDF and AHSA numbers for both horse and rider. Please include this information with your entry. Sand warm up area is adequate but limited. Half Morgans are eligible to participate in all Dressage Classes, except AMHA Medal class #31.
In Medal classes, spurs of unrowelled type are optional, no whips are allowed, and tests may be called. Refer to The Morgan Horse Judging Standards for further explanation.
*List on your entry form the tests you will be riding in these per-centage classes. Horses may only show one time per class.
Dressage Championship Awards
Awards will be given to the two highest percentage rides (separate horses) from Dressage classes (excluding Intro Level). Awards will be presented at the start of the Thursday evening session. The following point system will be used:
Training Level % + 0 pts.; 1st Level % + 2 pts.;
2nd Level % + 4 pts.; 3rd Level % + 6 pts.; 4th Level % + 8 pts.
71. English Pleasure - Amateur Mares
90. English Pleasure - Amateur Stallions/Geldings
125. $500.00 Marlett Stables English Pleasure Jackpot Championship
153. English Pleasure - MacAloon Memorial Amateur Championship
33. Pleasure Driving - 3 year old
52. Pleasure Driving - Ladies 18 & over
137. Pleasure Driving Championship-2 year olds
119. Pleasure Driving Championship Jr Horse
115. Pleasure Driving Amateur/Jr. Exhibitor Championship
Medal Classes are limited to AMHA Junior members, 17 & under, and will be judged according to the AMHA Morgan Judging Standards book.
Western, English, or Hunt tack with rider and walker suitably dressed. Horse must be led at a walk at all times by an adult on foot. Performance of child and suitability of horse & rider to be considered. No costumes. Memento given to each entry.
Leadline exhibitors may not complete in any other class in the show.
55. Equitation Saddle Seat - Walk Trot - 12 & under
72. Equitation Saddle Seat - 13 & under
83. Equitation Hunt Seat - 13 & under
81. Equitation Hunt Seat 18 years old and over
46. Equitation Saddle Seat-18 and Over
94. Equitation Saddle Seat - 14-17
105. Equitation Western Seat - 17 & under
110. Equitation Stock Seat - AMHA Medal
116. Equitation Saddle Seat - AMHA Medal
111. Equitation Hunt Seat Championship
135. Equitation Hunt Seat Over Fences - AMHA Medal
124. Equitation Western Seat - AMHA Medal
146. Equitation Western Seat - Walk Trot 12 & under
150. Equitation Saddle Seat Championship
152. Equitation AMHA Medal Hunt Seat on the flat
40. Hunter Pleasure - Mares
47. Hunter Pleasure - Jr Exhibitor 14-17
54. Hunter Pleasure - Amateur Mares
64. Hunter Pleasure - Amateur Stallions/Geldings
55. Hunter Pleasure - Jr Exhibitor 13 & under
87. Hunter Pleasure - Amateur Owned/Trained/Shown
79. Hunter Pleasure - 3 year old
95. NCMA Futurity Hunter Pleasure - 3 year old
120. Hunter Pleasure Championship - Jr Exhibitor
127. $500.00 Hardwood CreekHunter Pleasure Jackpot Championship
142. Hunter Pleasure - Novice Horse
149. Hunter Pleasure - Amateur Championship
91. NCMA Futurity Western Pleasure - 3 year old
93. NCMA Futurity - 2 year old Performance Driving
95. NCMA Futurity Hunter Pleasure - 3 year old
109. NCMA Futurity Pleasure Driving - 3 year old
39. Park Harness - Jr Horse
92. Park Harness - Open
80. Park Saddle - Amateur
36. Western Pleasure - Novice Horse
43. Western Pleasure - Stallions/Geldings
48. Western Pleasure - Amateur Mares
63. Western Pleasure - Mares
91. NCMA Futurity Western Pleasure - 3 year old
85. Western Pleasure - Ladies 18 & over
32. Western Pro-Am Saddle Class
100. Western Pleasure - Jr Exhibitor 13 & under
117. Western Pleasure - 4 year old
121. Western Pleasure - 3 year old
138. Western Pleasure Championship - Jr Horse
151.$500.00 Kohler Stables Western Pleasure Jackpot Championship
Working Hunter Over Fences
130. Working Hunter Warm Up (2'3" max course 2)
131. Working Hunter Over Fences 1 (2'6" max open)
136. Working Hunter Under Saddle
Working Hunter Championship Awards
Champion and Reserve will be awarded to the entries accumulating the most points. Combined points from open classes will count.
Professional to ride the first way, amateur the second.
78. Hunter Hack
114. Trail Horse - English or Western
126. Carriage Driving Americana Picnic Drive (See detailed description in Carriage Driving division)
128. Costume Class (judged 60% creativity, 40% manners and suitability)
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Blue Ribbon Sponsor - up to $99-
Your name listed as sponsor of one class in the program and the horse show office, announced during the class, PLUS the opportunity to present your trophy
High Point Sponsor - $100-$149-All of the above for TWO Classes
Star Sponsor - $150-$299-All of the above for THREE Classes
Champion Sponsor - $300-$499 -All of the above for one
Championship class and two regular classes
and, a reserved box of seats with your name on a
Americana Sponsor - $500 and above-All of the above for two Championship classes and three regular classes and a reserved box of seats with your name on a beautiful sign PLUS an advertisement in the much- read North Star Americana Horse Show Program.
Use this form and send your sponsorship in with your
Sponsorship Amount $_________Level__________
Class(es) name(s) and number(s) you wish to sponsor
in order of preference
Name (as you want it to appear in the program and
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North Star 2000
A Welcome to North Star BBQ will be
hosted by the Show Committee. Stop
by on Wednesday, June 28 around 6 PM,
have a hot dog and catch up on all the
latest with the gang.
Of course, the morning donuts and coffee will again be brought to you by North Kountry Station.
A Retirement Party for Chub Lake Tea
Time will follow the Saturday Evening performance, hosted by T-Time Enterprises.
A Special Surprise Event is scheduled for Friday-- you won't want to miss it!
This year's Host Hotel is the Ramada
2540 North Cleveland Ave., Roseville, MN 55113
Book early! Rooms are very limited due to a large convention in town that weekend.
Ask for the North Star Morgan Americana Rate.
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2540 North Cleveland Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55113
Tri state horsemen assoc.
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American Horse shows assoc.
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Kohler Stables Ad goes here.
Louise Fahey (612/972-2921)
4095 Hwy 12 SE
Delano, MN 55328-8103