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PASO PARK WELCOME CLASSIC

April 21–25 • Classic Series

USEF National (A) Hunter, Jumper Rating 4

PASO PARK SPRING CLASSIC

April 28–May 2 • Classic Series

USEF Regional I (B) Hunter, Jumper Rating 3

PASO PARK FALL CLASSIC

November 3–7 • Classic Series

USEF National (A) Hunter, Jumper Rating 4

PASO PARK OAK TREE CLASSIC

November 10–14 • Classic Series

USEF National (A) Hunter, Jumper Rating 4

Experience Boutique Show Service at a World Class Facility on the California Central Coast

Classic Series

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FACILITY LOCATION

Paso Robles Horse Park

3801 Hughes Parkway, Paso Robles, CA 93446

(805) 369-1338 |

info@PasoRoblesHorsePark.com

FROM HWY 101

Take Hwy 46 East

Left on Airport Road

Left on Dry Creek Road

(Drive approx. 0.25 mile)

Left on Hughes Parkway

FROM HWY 46 EAST

(Coming from I-5)

Continue West on Hwy 46

Right on Airport Road

Left on Dry Creek Road

(Drive approx. 0.25 mile)

Left on Hughes Parkway

ENTER VIA EMAIL

by attaching a scanned entry form and

emailing it to

office@PasoRoblesHorsePark.com

.

All entries must be accompanied with check payment for at

least cost of stalls reserved or with a credit card to hold entries.

HORSE SHOW APPROVALS

United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Lexington, KY

United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA) Lexington, KY

Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association (PCHA) Glendale, CA

Northern California Hunter Jumper Association (NorCal) Davis, CA

California Professional Horsemen’s Association (CPHA) Burbank, CA

Other recognition by NHS and Ryegate

DIRECTIONS TO THE PASO ROBLES HORSE PARK

MAIL ENTRIES TO

Paso Robles Horse Park

3801 Hughes Parkway, Paso Robles, CA 93446

Note: Must be postmarked by closing date and received

within seven (7) days.

ENTER TODAY

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HORSE SHOW OFFICIALS

PASO PARK FALL CLASSIC

Judge

JAMES CLAPPERTON

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

SANDY ASTON

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

WILLIAM SPARKS

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

ANDREA WELLS

(Jumper)

Judge & Announcer

ADRIAN WARD

(Jumper)

Grand Prix Arena Course Designer

MANUEL ESPARZA

Course Designer

JOHN MANNING

Course Designer

MICHAEL ROY CURTIS

USEF Steward

CINDY REID

USEF Steward

JIL EDWARDS

PASO PARK OAK TREE CLASSIC

Judge

MARK JUNGHERR

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

JAMES WALDMAN

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

ANDREA WELLS

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

WILLIAM SPARKS

(Jumper)

Judge & Announcer

ADRIAN WARD

(Jumper)

G.P. Arena Course Designer

BERNARDO COSTA CABRAL

Course Designer

JOHN MANNING

Course Designer

MICHAEL ROY CURTIS

USEF Steward

CINDY REID

USEF Steward

JIL EDWARDS

PASO PARK WELCOME CLASSIC

Judge

JOHN ROPER

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

PATRICK DODSON

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

RUSTY STEWART

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

STACIE RYAN

(Jumper)

Judge & Announcer

BRIAN POST

(Jumper)

Grand Prix Arena Course Designer

OSCAR SOBERON

Course Designer

ARCHER BAILEY

Course Design Support

SARAH DUBOST

USEF Steward

CINDY REID

USEF Steward

JIL EDWARDS

PASO PARK SPRING CLASSIC

Judge

SCOTT WILLIAMSON

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

LAUREN SCOTT

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

CHUCK MAYER

(Hunter/Equitation)

Judge

STACIE RYAN

(Jumper)

Judge & Announcer

BRIAN POST

(Jumper)

Grand Prix Arena Course Designer

OLAF PETERSON JR.

Course Designer

ARCHER BAILEY

Course Designer

DEAN BATTAGLIA

USEF Steward

CINDY REID

USEF Steward

JIL EDWARDS

Show Manager

AMANDA S. DIEFENDERFER

Show Chairman

LINDA STARKMAN

Show Secretary

LAUREN WASSERMAN

office@pasorobleshorsepark.com

(805) 369-1338

Veterinarian

DR. DAVID BOGENRIEF

(805) 467-3650

Licensee

LINDA STARKMAN

Paso Robles Horse Park Foundation

Farrier

TONY KNUST

Foundation Board

LINDA STARKMAN

DAVE COLMAR

CATHY DAVID

DR. CLAUDIA SONDER

DR. DAVID BOGENRIEF

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KICK-OFF SCHOOLING SHOW

April 10–11 • Schooling Series

PASO PARK WELCOME CLASSIC

April 21–25 • Classic Series

PASO PARK SPRING CLASSIC

April 28–May 2 • Classic Series

SPRING FLING SCHOOLING SHOW

May 8–9 • Schooling Series

ROSÉ IN MAY

May 27–30 • B Series

BACK TO SCHOOL BASH

August 7–8 • Paso Community Event

HARVEST SPECIAL SCHOOLING SHOW

September 18–19 • Schooling Series

PASO PUMPKINS & PONIES

October 14–17 • B Series

PASO PARK FALL CLASSIC

November 3–7 • Classic Series

PASO PARK OAK TREE CLASSIC

November 10–14 • Classic Series

TURKEY TROT & JUMP

November 18–21 • B Series

WINTER WONDERLAND SCHOOLING SHOW

December 4–5 • Schooling Series

2021

D

ates

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NO CLASS FEES

For horses entered in the Rated Young Hunter Sections

HORSE SHOW SERVICES

Show Office Hours

MON.

12 — 5 pm

TUES.

8 am — 5 pm

WED. — SUN.

7 am

1

— 5 pm

2

1or 30 minutes before start of first class

2or 30 minutes after completion of last class

Concessions Provided By

CAHOOTS CATERING

Golf Carts

ROBB-A-CART

(805) 440-9623

USEF HORSE FEE:

$8

USEF EQUINE DRUG & MEDICATION FEE:

$15

USEF SHOW PASS FEE:

$45

USEF MEMBERSHIP FEE:

$80

USHJA FEE:

$7

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USHJA SHOW PASS FEE:

$30

NORCAL FEE:

$3

PCHA FEE:

$3

CA DRUG FEE:

$8

ON SITE STALL FEE:

$350

*

TEMPORARY STALL FEE:

$300 ($550 for 2 consecutive weeks)

RV SPACE:

$400 plus 13.5% in City T.O.T. & assessments

HUNTER NOMINATION FEE:

$50

LOW JUMPER NOMINATION FEE (UNDER 1.20M):

$75

HIGH JUMPER NOMINATION FEE (1.20M & OVER):

$100

WARM-UP CLASS:

$40

VIP PARKING:

$100

HORSE SHOW FEES

ENTRIES RECEIVED AFTER CLOSING DAY WILL BE CHARGED A $75 OFFICE FEE.

Paso Park Welcome Classic

MARCH 30, 2021

Paso Park Spring Classic

APRIL 6, 2021

Paso Park Fall Classic

OCTOBER 12, 2021

Paso Park Oak Tree Classic

OCTOBER 19, 2021

CLOSING DAY DEADLINES

ONSITE RV POLICY

Onsite RV/travel trailer sites are available for reservation on a first come,

first served basis. Please email

RV@PasoRoblesHorsePark.com

or call

805-369-1338 to make your reservations. No reservations are final

until you receive written confirmation from a Park show staff member.

Reservations are final and cannot be cancelled; you will be responsible

for the full cost of the reservation. Hookups include 30 amp and 50

amp power, and potable water. Pump out services can be requested

in the office only on the dates they indicate are available. Your space

reservation includes two pump outs per week, additional pump outs

will cost $25 each. Each site is assigned, you can find your assignment

posted on the Stall Chart board at your arrival.

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Please see Rules & Regulations for how on site stalls are assigned.

USHJA Fee is $2 for the Paso Park Spring Classic.

Spring Classic: A $27 discount will be applied to all stalls at

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FULL DETAILS: Up until the published closing entry date or 24 hours after the announcement that a show has sold out, whichever

comes first, you may make changes to or cancel your entries and related stall reservations. After that point you are fully responsible

for the stall fee related to each specific horse’s entry and a $50 office fee. Until the Monday of the show you may change which horse

is entered if you still plan utilize the originally reserved stall(s); this will only incur the $50 office fee for processing the change. All

tack/grooming stalls reserved are final at the point of entry closing or 24 hours after a sold out show is announced. You may choose to

fill a tack/grooming stall with a new horse entry after that point with the related late entry fees; however, any “cancelled” tack/grooming

stalls after that point will still be billed to the trainer or to the designated competitor account.

For competing entries there is no fee to scratch a competition/class as long as notification has been made in the show office the day

prior to the scratched competition/class. Should management have to cancel competitions/classes/sections that cannot be rescheduled

due to inclement weather and/or any other emergency or unforeseen situation there are no refunds on entry and stall fees or of any

other fees.

REFUNDS

In the case that you will no longer be able to attend the horse show, please refer to the chart

below to determine if you owe outstanding fees or will be receiving refunds.

We appreciate your efforts to help us be organized in preparing for the shows allowing us to

accommodate as many competitors as possible. Should an unforeseen circumstance arise,

please do not hesitate to reach out to management to discuss the details and determine if

an exception can be made.

Request was submitted in writing

on or before the published entry

closing date or 24 hours after a

show has been announced sold out,

whichever comes first.

SCRATCH OR

ENTRY CHANGE

DETAILS

OUTSTANDING BALANCE IF...

Request was submitted after entry

closing or 24 hours after a show

has been published as sold out.

OUTSTANDING BALANCE IF...

Hor

se Sta

lls

& Entr

ies

Scratching a Horse

Scratching a horse with no intent to fill the stall with

another horse with the same trainer or to use the

stall as an additional tack/grooming stall.

$0

$300 Stall fee

+ $50 office fee

Swapping a horse,

but filling the stall

Scratching a horse, but filling the originally reserved

stall with a new horse entry or using the stall as an

additional tack/grooming stall.

$0

Stall fee applied to new

horse/trainer split

+ $50 office fee

Reducing the count of

tack/grooming stalls

Reducing the stalls reserved for tack/grooming

stalls, resulting in a reduction of total stall counts

for that trainer.

$0

$300 per stall fee

Exchanging tack/

grooming stalls for

horse stalls

Utilizing stalls originally reserved for tack/grooming

stalls to bring an additional horse to the show,

resulting in no change to the total stall count for

that trainer

$0

Stall fee applied to new

horse stall

+ $50 office fee

Ta

ck/Gr

ooming

Sta

ll Ch

anges

What is my

outstanding balance?

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Class #

Class

Height

Entry Fee

Prize Money

18

$250 0.70m Low Pre-Child/Adult Classic II; 2b

2'3"

$60

$250

19

$500 0.80m Pre-Child/Adult Classic II; 2b

2'7"

$75

$500

20

$500 0.90m Mod Child/Adult Classic II; 2b

2'11"

$75

$500

21

$750 1.00m Low Child/Adult Classic II; 2b

3'3"

$85

$750

22

$1,000 1.10m Child/Adult Jumper Classic II; 2b

3'7"

$125

$1,000

23

$1,000 1.15m Mod Jr/Am Jumper Classic II; 2b

3'9"

$125

$1,000

24

$2,000 1.20m Low Jr/AO/Am Jumper Classic II; 2b

3'11"

$175

$2,000

25

$2,500 1.30m Medium Jr/AO/Am Jumper Classic II; 2b

4'3"

$225

$2,500

26

$2,500 1.40m High Jr/AO/Am Jumper Classic II; 2b

4'7"

$225

$2,500

27

$3,000 1.20m Open Speed Stake III

3'11"

$250

$3,000

JUMPER CLASSICS

Class #

Class

Height

Entry Fee

Prize Money

1

$40,000 Jill Weaver Memorial Grand Prix II; 2a

Regional Standard

$650

$40,000

2

$26,000 Spring Classic Grand Prix II; 2a

Regional Standard

$250

$26,000

3

$40,0000 Fall Classic Grand Prix II; 2a

Regional Standard

$650

$40,000

4

$40,000 Oak Tree Classic Grand Prix II; 2a

Regional Standard

$650

$40,000

5

$7,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby

3'0" - 3'5"

$250

$7,500

6

$10,000 USHJA International Hunter Derby

3'6" - 4'3"

$350

$10,000

7

Leadline

N/A

Free

8

$2,500 USHJA National Hunter Derby

3'0" - 3'5"

$175

$2,500

PREMIER CLASSES

Class #

Class

Height

Entry Fee

A-Rated

Prize Money

A-Rated

Spring Classic

Entry Fee

Spring Classic

Prize Money

8

$1,000 CPHA Green Hunter Incentive 3'0"/3'3"

3'0"/3'3"

$100

$1,000

N/A

N/A

9

$1,000 CPHA Green Hunter Incentive 3'6"/3'9"

3'6"/3'9"

$100

$1,000

N/A

N/A

10

Junior Hunter Classic 3'3"/3'6"

3'3"/3'6"

$125

$1,500

$100

$1,000

11

A/O Hunter Classic 3'3"/3'6"

3'3"/3'6"

$125

$1,500

$100

$1,000

12

Green Pony Hunter Classic 2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

$50

$500

$25

$200

13

Pony Hunter Classic 2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

$50

$500

$25

$250

14

Children’s/AA Hunter Classic 3'0"

3'0"

$75

$1,000

$50

$500

16

Children’s Pony Hunter Classic 2'0"/2'6"

2'0"/2'6"

$50

$250

$25

$250

29

Short/Long Hunter Classic

2'0"

$50

$250

$50

$250

17

Mini Hunter Derby

2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

$65

$750

$50

$750

30

Junior/Amateur Hunter Derby

3'0" -3'5"

$250

$2,500

$100

$5,000

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HUNTER SECTIONS

Note: Judging for classes 400, 405, and 410 will be 25% confirmation.

Class #

Class

A Rated Entry Fee

Spring Classic Entry Fee Prize MoneyA Rated Spring Classic Prize Money Addback Per Entry

300, 301, 302, 303, 304*

Green Hunter 3'0" ^

$275/Section

$60/Class

$150

$75

$18

305, 306, 307, 308, 309*

Green Hunter 3'3" ^

$275/Section

$60/Class

$150

$75

$18

310, 311, 312, 313, 314*

Green Hunter 3'6" ^ †

$275/Section

$60/Class

$150

$75

$18

315, 316, 317, 318, 319*

Green Hunter 3'9" ^ †

$275/Section

$60/Class

$150

$75

$18

320, 321, 322, 323, 324*

Performance Hunter 3'3" ^ †

$275/Section or $60/Class

$60/Class

$150

$75

$18

325, 326, 327, 328, 329*

Performance Hunter 3'6" ^ †

$275/Section or $60/Class

$60/Class

$150

$75

$18

330, 331, 332, 333, 334*

High Performance Hunter 3'9" ^ †

$300/Section or $65/Class

$60/Class

$200

$76

$18

335, 336, 337, 338, 339*

Young Hunter 5 & Under 2'9" ^

Free

Free

340, 341, 342, 343, 344*

Young Hunter 6 & Under 3'0" ^

Free

Free

345, 346, 347, 348, 349*

Young Hunter 7 & Under 3'3x" ^

Free

Free

350, 351, 352, 353, 354*

Small/Large Junior Hunter 3'3" ^ †

$250/Section

$55/Class

$150

$75

360, 361, 362, 363, 364*

A/O Hunter 3'3" ^ †

$275/Section

$60/Class

$150

$75

$18

370, 371, 372, 373, 374*

Small/Large Junior Hunter 3'6" ^ †

$250/Section

$55/Class

$150

$75

380, 381, 382, 383, 384*

A/O Hunter 3'6" ^ †

$275/Section

$60/Class

$150

$75

$18

390, 391, 392, 393, 394*

Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter 2'3"/2'6" ^

$250/Section

$55/Class

$125

$50

395, 396, 397, 398, 399*

Large Green Pony Hunter 2'9" ^

$250/Section

$55/Class

$125

$50

400, 401, 402, 403, 404*

Small Pony Hunter 2'3" ^ †

$250/Section

$55/Class

$125

$50

405, 406, 407, 408, 409*

Medium Pony Hunter 2'6" ^ †

$250/Section

$55/Class

$125

$50

410, 411, 412, 413, 414*

Large Pony Hunter 2'9" ^ †

$250/Section

$55/Class

$125

$50

420, 421, 422, 423, 424*

USHJA Hunter 2'3" •

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

425, 426, 427, 428, 429*

USHJA Hunter 2'6" •

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

430, 431, 432, 433, 434*

USHJA Hunter 2'9" •

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

435, 436, 437, 438, 439*

USHJA Hunter 3'0" •

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

440, 441, 442, 443, 444*

Children’s Hunter 13 & Under 3'0" •

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

445, 446, 447, 448, 449*

Children’s Hunter 14-17 3'0" •

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

450, 451, 452, 453, 454*

A/A Hunter 18-35 3'0" •

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

455, 456, 457, 458, 459*

A/A Hunter 36 & Over 3'0" •

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

460, 461, 462, 463, 464*

Children’s Pony Hunter 2'0"-2'6"

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

470, 471, 472, 473, 474*

Short Stirrup Hunter 2'0"

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

475, 476, 477, 478, 479*

Long Stirrup Hunter 2'0"

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

480, 481, 482, 483, 484*

Pre-Child/Adult Hunter 2'3"

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

485, 486, 487, 488, 489*

Low Children’s Hunter 2'6"

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

490, 491, 492, 493, 494*

Low Adult Hunter 2'6"

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

495, 496, 497, 498, 499*

Mod Child/Adult Hunter 2'9"

$225/Section or $50/Class

$50/Class

Indicates Under Saddle class and no prize money offered

Indicates a USEF “B” Rated Class at the Paso Park Spring Classic and a USEF “A” Rated Class at all other Classics

Indicates a USEF “C” Rated Class

Indicates Hunter sections that feature a handy round. The course will be the second over fences class in the section.

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Class #

Class

Height

Entry Fee Per Class

700, 701, 702*

Short Stirrup Equitation

2'0"

$50

703, 704, 705*

Long Stirrup Equitation

2'0"

$50

706, 707, 708*

Low Children's Equitation 2'6"

2'6"

$50

709, 710, 711*

Low Adult Equitation 2'6"

2'6"

$50

736, 737, 738*

Equitation 11 & Under 2'9"

2'9"

$50

712, 713, 714*

Equitation 12-17

3'0"

$50

715, 716, 717*

Adult Equitation

3'0"

$50

718, 719, 720*

Children’s Pony Equitation

2'0"/2'6"

$50

721, 722, 723*

Pony Equitation

2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

$50

EQUITATION SECTIONS

* Indicates Equitation flat class

Class #

Class

Height

Entry Fee

800

M&S/USEF Pony Medal

2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

$50

801

NorCal Pony Medal

2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

$50

802

CPHA Horsemanship Medal 2'6"

2'6"

$50

803

PCHA Jr/Am Medal 2'9"

2'9"

$50

804

Ariat National Adult Medal 3'0"

3'0"

$50

805

CPHA Child/Adult Medal 3'0"

3'0"

$50

806

NorCal 3'0" Medal

3'0"

$50

807

Onondarka Medal 12 & Under 3'0"

3'0"

$50

808

THIS Children’s Medal 3'0"

3'0"

$50

809

CPHA Foundation Eq Medal 3'3"

3'3"

$50

810

Foxfield Medal 3'3"

3'3"

$50

811

NorCal Junior Medal 3'6"

3'6"

$50

812

NorCal Senior Medal 3'6"

3'6"

$50

813

PCHA Horsemanship 14 & Under 3'3"

3'3"

$50

814

PCHA Horsemanship 18-34 3'3"

3'3"

$50

815

PCHA Horsemanship 35 & Over 3'3"

3'3"

$50

816

Pickwick Medal 3'3"

3'3"

$50

817

US Adult Equitation 3'3"

3'3"

$50

818

CPHA Jr/Am Medal 3'6"

3'6"

$50

819

Hamel/NHS Medal 3'3"

3'3"

$50

820

USHJA Jumping Seat Medal 1.00m

1.00m

$50

821

ASPCA Horsemanship 3'6"

3'6"

$50

822

Dover/USEF Hunt Seat Medal 3'6"

3'6"

$50

823a

Washington Int'l - Hunter Phase 3'6"

3'6"

$50

823b

Washington Int'l - Jumper Phase 1.10m

3'7"

$50

824

Platinum Performance USEF Talent Search 1.10m

3'7"

$50

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Class #

Class

Height

Entry Fee

1302

2'0" Warm-Up

2'0"

$40

1305-1307

2'3" Warm-Up

2'3"

$40

1310-1312

2'6" Warm-Up

2'6"

$40

1315-1317

2'9" Warm-Up

2'9"

$40

1320, 1327

3'0" Warm-Up

3'0"

$40

1328, 1329

2'9"/3'0"/3'3" Warm-Up

2'9"/3'0"/3'3"

$40

1330, 1331

3'0"/3'3"/3'6"/3'9" Warm-Up

3'0"/3'3"/3'6"/3'9"

$40

1336, 1337

3'3"/3'6"/3'9" Warm-Up

3'3"/3'6"/3'9"

$40

1700

3'0" Equitation Warm-Up

3'0"

$40

1100-1102

1.00m Jumper Warm-Up

3'3"

$40

1345-1346

2'0" Unjudged Schooling Round

2'0"

$40

1347-1348

2'3" Unjudged Schooling Round

2'3"

$40

1349-1350

2'6" Unjudged Schooling Round

2'6"

$40

1351-1352

2'9" Unjudged Schooling Round

2'9"

$40

WARM-UP CLASSES

You may ride in a warm-up class once per height

per day. Once you compete in the next class

in the schedule, you may not go back and do

another warm-up. Hunter warm-up cards are

held open with corresponding hunter classes.

Warm-up cards will be closed before the start

of any medal classes. Jumper warm-up cards

will be closed before the start of any following

classes. Warm-up rounds will be judged, thus all

rules pertaining to rounds (including following the

posted course) will be followed, but no scores or

ribbons will be awarded.

Class #

Class

Height

Entry Fee

Prize Money

Addback Per Entry

100, 101, 102, 103, 105

0.70m Jumper

2'3"

$55

106, 107, 108, 109, 111

0.80m Jumper

2'7"

$55

112, 113, 114, 115, 117

0.90m Jumper

2'11"

$55

118, 119, 120, 121, 123

1.00m Jumper

3'3"

$55

124, 125, 126, 127, 129

1.10m Jumper

3'7"

$55

130, 131, 132, 133, 135

1.15m Jumper

3'9"

$55

136, 137, 138, 139

1.20m Jumper

3'11"

$65

$150

$18

140, 141, 142, 143

1.30m Jumper

4'3"

$65

$250

$18

144, 145, 146

1.40m Jumper

4'7"

$65

$350

$18

147, 148, 149, 150

0.70m Low Pre-Child/Adult Jumper

2'3"

$55

151, 152, 153, 154

0.80m Pre-Child/Adult Jumper

2'7"

$55

155, 156, 157, 158

0.90m Mod Child/Adult Jumper

2'11"

$55

159, 160, 161, 162

1.00m Low Child/Adult Jumper

3'3"

$55

163, 164, 165, 166

1.10m Children’s Jumper

3'7"

$55

167, 168, 169, 170

1.10m Adult Amateur Jumper

3'7"

$56

171, 172, 173, 174

1.15m Mod Jr/Am Jumper

3'9"

$55

175, 176, 177

1.20m Low Jr/AO/Am Jumper

3'11"

$65

$150

$18

178, 179, 180

1.30m Medium Jr/AO/Am Jumper

4'3"

$65

$250

$18

181, 182, 183

1.40m High Jr/AO/Am Jumper

4'7"

$65

$350

$18

JUMPER SECTIONS

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SECTION CHAMPIONS

*Performance Hunter - 3'3"

*Performance Hunter - 3'6"

*High Performance Hunter - 3'9"

*Young Hunter - 5 & Under - 3'0"

*Young Hunter - 6 & Under - 3'3"

*Young Hunter - 7 & Under - 3'6"

*Green Hunter - 3'0"

*Green Hunter - 3'3"

*Green Hunter - 3'6"

*Green Hunter - 3'9"

*A/O Hunter - 3'3"

*A/O Hunter - 3'6"

*Small/Large Junior Hunter - 3'3"

*Small/Large Junior Hunter - 3'6"

Mod Child/Adult Hunter - 2'9"

Low Adult Hunter - 2'6"

Low Children’s Hunter - 2'6"

*Children’s Hunter 13 & Under- 3'0"

*Children’s Hunter 14-17- 3'0"

*Adult Amateur Hunter 18-35 - 3'0"

*Adult Amateur Hunter 36 & Older - 3'0"

Pre-Child/Adult Hunter - 2'3"

Long Stirrup Hunter - 2'0"

Short Stirrup Hunter - 2'0"

Sm/Med Green Pony Hunter - 2'3"/2'6"

Large Green Pony Hunter - 2'9"

*Small Pony Hunter - 2'3"

*Medium Pony Hunter - 2'6"

*Large Pony Hunter - 2'9"

*Children’s Pony Hunter - 2'0"-2'6"

*USHJA Hunter - 2'3"

*USHJA Hunter - 2'6"

*USHJA Hunter - 2'9"

*USHJA Hunter - 3'0"

HUNTER SECTION CHAMPIONS

Short Stirrup Equitation - 2'0"

Long Stirrup Equitation - 2'0"

Low Children's Equitation - 2'6"

Equitation 11 & Under - 2'9"

Equitation 12-17 - 3'0"

Low Adult Equitation - 2'6"

Adult Equitation - 3'0"

Pony Equitation - 2'3"/2'6"/2'9"

Children’s Pony Equitation - 2'0"/2'6"

1.40m High Jr/AO/Am Jumper

1.40m Jumper

1.30m Medium Jr/AO/Am Jumper

1.30m Jumper

1.20m Low Jr/AO/Am Jumper

1.20m Jumper

1.15m Modified Jr/Am Jumper

1.15m Jumper

1.10m Adult/Amateur Jumper

1.10m Children’s Jumper

1.10m Jumper

1.00m Low Child/Adult Jumper

1.00m Jumper

0.90m Mod. Child/Adult Jumper

0.90m Jumper

0.80m Pre-Child/Adult Jumper

0.80m Jumper

0.70m Low Pre-Child/Adult Jumper

0.70m Jumper

EQUITATION SECTION CHAMPIONS

JUMPER SECTION CHAMPIONS

* Indicates USEF Champion

Jumper Championships: In jumper championships, points for all classes shall be calculated 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, ½. In case of a tie for champion or reserve

the tied entries shall remain tied and each receive a ribbon and trophy/prize.

Hunter Championships: Titles shall be awarded to the two horses of the four horses that have acquired the most points over fences. A minimum

of three entries must compete in at least two over fences classes and one under saddle class. In addition to these over fences points, only the top

four horses shall receive full points for ribbons won in under saddle classes and half points for model classes. Ties in hunter championships shall

be broken as specified in the USEF Rule Book (HU 151). All others will remain tied and shall receive equal awards. Points calculated, 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, ½.

Equitation Championships: Points for all classes shall be calculated 10, 6, 4, 2, 1, ½. In case of a tie for champion or reserve, the winner shall be the

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PARK SPECS

Paso Robles Horse Park Grand Prix - Classes 1-4

The Grand Prix held at each week of the Paso Robles Horse Park Classic Series will be run as Table II, Sec. 2(a) – Time first with a

jump off; ties to jump off for first place. The class will be held at 1.40m utilizing Regional Standard. Order of go will be drawn by Park

management under supervision of the USEF Steward and posted by Noon the day of the class. Prize money will be distributed as

follows: 1st - 30%, 2nd - 22%, 3rd - 13%, 4th - 8%, 5th - 6%, 6th - 5%, 7th - 4%, 8th - 3%, 9th - 3%, 10th - 2%, 11th - 2%, 12th - 2%. Any

entries made after 5 p.m. the day before the class will be charged a $150 post entry fee; post entries will be required to go first in

the order, regardless of when the order is established. Scratches at any time up until the start of the Grand Prix will be allowed and

will receive a refund of the entry fee less a $150 scratch fee.

USHJA National Hunter Derby - Classes 5 & 8

The USHJA National Hunter Derby features a two-round format with a minimum of two judges utilizing a numerical system to

score competitors in the Classic Hunter Round (first round) on performance, hunter pace, jumping style, quality and substance, and

movement. A second round will feature a Handy Hunter course designed to reflect brilliance of pace and handiness. In each round,

following the judges’ base score, one point will be added for each high-option fence jumped; up to a maximum of four high options

may be included. Fences are set at 3' with four high-option fences set at 3'5". Full specs can be found with the United States Hunter

Jumper Association. There is a same day add/scratch fee of $50 for the Hunter Derby.

USHJA International Hunter Derby - Class 6

The USHJA International Hunter Derby features a two-round format with a minimum of two judges utilizing a numerical system to

score competitors in the Classic Hunter Round (first round) on performance, hunter pace, jumping style, quality and substance, and

movement. A second round will feature a Handy Hunter course designed to reflect brilliance of pace and handiness. In each round,

following the judges’ base score, one point will be added for each high-option fence jumped; up to a maximum of four high options

may be included. Fences are set at 3'6" with at least high-option fences set at 3'9" - 4'3". Full specs can be found with the United

States Hunter Jumper Association. There is a same day add/scratch fee of $50 for the Hunter Derby.

Hunter Classics - Classes 8-16 and 29

Horses or ponies must have competed in at least two classes unless specified otherwise, the final round over fences in each section

is to count as the first round of the respective Classic. All hunter rounds will be scored under the open numerical judging system. If a

horse is not present for either the first or second round of a classic, that horse will receive a zero score in that round. Scores will be

totaled from both the first and second round to determine the winners. All overall ties will be broken by using second round scores.

Prize money divided 30%, 22%, 15%, 10%, 7%, 6%, 5%, 5%. Classes 10 and 11 the Junior and A/O Hunter Classics and class 14 the

Children/A/A Hunter Classics will not be eligible for Horse of the Year bonus points. Full list of Hunter Classics listed on page 7.

$2,500 Junior/Amateur Hunter Derby - Class 30

This class consists of a two-round derby. The first round will be judged as a traditional hunter round, scoring riders on performance,

hunter pace, jumping style, quality and substance, and movement. The second round will invite the top ten back to compete over

a handy course offering the opportunity to demonstrate brilliance of pace and handiness. Fences are set at 3' with four high-option

fences set up to 3'5". The Junior/Amateur Hunter Derby is not sanctioned by USHJA and will not count for zone Horse of the Year

bonus points. Prize money will be awarded as follows: 1st - 30%, 2nd - 22%, 3rd - 15%, 4th - 10%, 5th - 7%, 6th - 6%, 7th - 5%, 8th - 5%.

There is a same day add/scratch fee of $50.

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PARK SPECS (CONT.)

Class #

Class

Height

Entry Fee

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$5,000 1.40m Open Welcome Stake

Open to any horse/rider combination. No qualifying requirement. Fences 1.40m (4'7"). Table II; Sec. 2(b) (Time First

Jump-Off). Prize money divided: $1,250, $800, $650, $600, $500, $450, $400, $350. There is a same day add/scratch fee

of $50 for this class.

4'7”

$275

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$3,000 1.20m Open Jumper Speed Stake

Horses must have competed in at least one other jumper class at the same show. No cross entry restrictions. Fences

1.20m (3'11"). USEF Table III, faults converted to time. Prize money divided $750, $450, $400, $350, $300, $275, $250,

$225. There is a same day add/scratch fee of $50 for this class.

3'11"

$250

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$2,500 1.40m High Junior/AO/Amateur Jumper Classic

Horses must have competed in at least one other jumper class in the 1.40m High Junior/AO/Amateur Jumper section

at the same show. Fences 1.40m (4'7"). Table II; Sec. 2(b) (Time First Jump-Off). Prize money divided $625, $375, $325,

$300, $250, $225, $200, $200. There is a same day add/scratch fee of $50 for this class.

4'7"

$225

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$2,500 1.30m Medium Junior/AO/Amateur Jumper Classic

Horses must have competed in at least one other jumper class in the 1.30m Medium Junior/AO/Amateur Jumper section at

the same show. Fences 1.30m (4'3"). Table II; Sec. 2(b) (Time First Jump-Off). Prize money divided $625, $375, $325, $300,

$250, $225, $200, $200. There is a same day add/scratch fee of $50 for this class.

4'3"

$225

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$2,000 1.20m (3'11") Low Junior/AO/Amateur Jumper Classic

Horses must have competed in at least one other jumper class in the 1.20m Low Junior/AO/Amateur Jumper section

at the same show. Fences 1.20m (3'11). Table II; Sec. 2(b) (Time First Jump-Off). Prize money divided $500, $300, $240,

$215, $200, $190, $180, $175. There is a same day add/scratch fee of $50 for this class.

3'11"

$175

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$1,000 1.15m (3'9") Modified Junior/Amateur Jumper Classic

$1,000 1.10m Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

Horses must have competed in at least one other jumper class in their respective jumper section at the same show.

Fences as specified. Table II; Sec. 2(b) (Time First Jump-Off). Prize money divided $300, $200, $150, $130, $120, $100.

3'7" & 3'9"

$125

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$750 1.00m Low Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

Horses must have competed in at least one other jumper class in their respective jumper section at the same show.

Fences 1.00m (3'3"). USEF Table II; Sec 2(b) (Time First Jump-Off). Prize money divided $250, $130, $100, $95, $90, $85.

3'3"

$85

19 & 20

$500 0.90m Modified Children’s/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

$500 0.80m Pre Child/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

Horses must have competed in at least one other jumper class in their respective jumper section at the same show.

Fences as specified. USEF Table II; Sec. 2(b) (Time First Jump-Off). Prize money divided $150, $100, $75, $65, $60, $50.

2'7" & 2'11"

$75

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$250 0.70m Low Pre Child/Adult Amateur Jumper Classic

Horses must have competed in at least one other jumper class in their respective jumper section at the same show.

Fences as specified. USEF Table II; Sec. 2(b) (Time First Jump-Off). Prize money divided $75, $50, $45, $35, $25, $20.

2'3"

$60

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Paso Park Mini Hunter Derby

Horses must have competed in at least two classes over fences in the Short Stirrup, Long Stirrup, Pre Child/Adult, Low Children’s, Low Adult or

Modified Child/Adult Hunter sections at the same show. To be shown over a single-round course of fences at appropriate height. Course to consist

of both hunter classic and hunter handy style lines, turns and jumps. A trot fence and natural obstacles may be used. This class will be held open

with each section on Sunday so that exhibitors may show in this at the same time as their section classes. Winner to be the entry with the highest

single round score. Prize money divided 30%, 20%, 15%, 13%, 12%, 10%.

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SCHOOLING POLICIES

L.D. Hayes Grand Prix Arena Schooling Policy

No schooling or riding is permitted in L.D. Hayes Grand Prix Arena during the show week.

JW Arena Schooling Policy

Each morning of the show week pending weather, particularly rain and frost, the arena will be open for hacking, no jumping, from sunrise until one

hour before the scheduled start time of the first class. Following the completion and reset at the end of each show day, schooling over fences after

the course has been reset may be permitted at management’s discretion.

Fairway Grand Hunter Field Schooling Policy

Each morning of the show week the arena will be open for hand-walking from sunrise until 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. If overnight

temperatures drop below 35 degrees, this will not be available in order to preserve the quality of the field. No schooling or riding is allowed in this

arena during the show week.

Oak Grove & Butterfield Arenas Schooling Policy

Each morning during the show the arena will be open from sunrise until 45 minutes before the scheduled start time for hacking only, no jumping.

Following the completion and reset at the end of each show day, schooling over fences after the course has been reset may be permitted at

management’s discretion.

Schooling & Warm-Up Policies

“Ticketed Warm-Ups” are held on Tuesday in all arenas and in Oak Grove arena on Wednesday and Thursday. The intent of these is to allow

introduction to the competition space in advance of the show, it is not to host extensive schooling or teaching of lessons in the show rings; please

plan to utilize the warm-up rings for those activities. Each round may be up to five minutes long and can be utilized for hacking or jumping portions

of the posted course. There is no changing of jump heights or directions allowed. Only one trainer per five minute window at a time, the back gate

will announce a 30-second warning to the conclusion of your time; if you continue to ride past that 30 seconds, an additional ticketed round will

be charged to the entry number worn. Everyone riding a ticketed warm-up must wear a number. All rounds will be billed to the number recorded;

however, trainers may choose to wear a single number throughout the day and have all ticketed warm-up charges included on the trainer split. No

poling or offsets allowed. Once the show week begins on Wednesday of each week the above policies will take effect in each specified arena.

Please note all schooling access is subject to weather, footing and schedule constraints as determined by show management. Absolutely no

schooling will be permitted 30 minutes after sunset each day. Any end-of-day over fences schooling must be confirmed with management through

back gate staff.

TENTATIVE WARM-UP SCHEDULE

Oak Grove Arena

8:30 AM 2' Hunter Warm-Up 9:30 AM 2'3" Hunter Warm-Up 10:30 AM Water & Drag 11:00 AM 2'6" Hunter Warm-Up

1:00 PM 2'9" Hunter Warm-Up 2:00 PM Water & Drag 2:30 PM 2'3" Hunter Warm-Up 3:30 PM 2'0" Hunter Warm-Up 4:30 PM Arena Closed

JW Arena

9:00 AM 0.70m Jumper Warm-Up 10:00 AM 0.80m Jumper WWarm-Up 11:00 AM Water & Drag 11:30 AM 0.90m Jumper Warm-Up 12:00 PM 1.00m Jumper Warm-Up

1:00 PM Water & Drag 1:30 PM 0.90m Jumper Warm-Up 2:30 PM 0.80m Jumper Warm-Up 3:30 PM 0.70m Jumper Warm-Up 4:30 PM Arena Closed

LD Hayes Grand Prix Arena

10:00 AM 1.00m Jumper Warm-Up 11:00 AM 1.10m Jumper Warm-Up 12:00 PM Water & Drag 12:30 PM 1.15m Jumper Warm-Up

1:30 PM 1.30m Jumper Warm-Up 2:30 PM Water & Drag 3:00 PM 1.20m Jumper Warm-Up 4:00 PM 1.10m Jumper Warm-Up 5:00 PM Arena Closed

Fairway Field

12–3 PM Open for hand-walking

Butterfield Arena

9:30 AM 2'0" Hunter Warm-Up 10:30 AM 2'6" Hunter Warm-Up 11:30 AM Water & Drag 12:00 PM 2'9" Hunter Warm-Up

1:00 PM 3'0" Hunter Warm-Up 1:30 PM Water & Drag 2:00 PM 3'3" Hunter Warm-Up 2:30 PM 3'6" Hunter Warm-Up 3:00 PM 2'9" Hunter Warm-Up 3:45 PM 2'3" Hunter Warm-Up 4:30 PM 2'0" Hunter Warm-Up 5:15 PM Arena Closed

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IMPORTANT POLICIES OF THE SHOW

Adds & Scratches Due By 5:00 p.m. Daily

All changes for the next day, including adds and scratches, must be made by 5:00 p.m. each day in the office. This allows the next

day’s schedule to be created with class counts and times, and made available to everyone in a timely manner. These shows will only

allow same-day adds if the schedule in each ring allows. Unless otherwise posted at the office, it should be assumed there are no

same-day adds. Any changes made after 5:00 p.m., if accepted, will be considered SAME DAY and will fall under the policy for same

day adds and scratches. There will be a $5 per transaction fee for late entries and scratches.

Canceling And Combining Of Classes

Classes with less than the entry minimums may be either canceled or combined with other classes, at management’s discretion.

Often this is determined at 5 p.m. the day prior to the class. Please enter in all your desired classes by 5 p.m. the day before.

Scratch Your Classes BEFORE They Start

Be sure to stop by the Horse Show Office to scratch any classes you have entered that you won’t be showing in BEFORE the start of

the class. If you don’t scratch them at all, or try to scratch them after the class has started, you will be charged the full entry fee.

No Same Day Adds

Unless otherwise posted at the Horse Show Office, same day adds are not permitted in any arenas.

Posted Time Schedule

The most accurate estimation of the daily time schedule will be completed after adds and scratches have been entered. We strive to

post this schedule by 7:00 pm the day prior. The schedule can be found at

www.PasoRoblesHorsePark.com/Daily-Show-Schedule

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MEMBERSHIP STATEMENT

MOTORIZED VEHICLE STATEMENT

Minors who do not have a valid driver’s license which allows them to operate a motorized vehicle in the state in which they reside

will not be permitted to operate a motorized vehicle of any kind, including, but not limited to, golf carts, motorcycles, scooters, or

farm utility vehicles, on the competition grounds of licensed competitions. Minors who have a valid temporary license may operate

the above described motorized vehicles as long as they are accompanied by an adult with a valid driver’s license. The parent/legal

guardian or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating a motorized vehicle in violation of

this rule are solely responsible for any damages, claims, losses or actions resulting from that operation. Violations of this rule will

be cause for penalties against those responsible for the child committing the offense. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance

devices for individuals with disabilities are exempt from this rule. The unsafe use of personal electronic transport devices, as

determined by the competition officials and management in their sole discretion, that do not require a driver’s license to operate,

including but not limited to segways, hover boards, and single wheeled scooters is prohibited on competition grounds. Operating

such devices in areas where people gather may be deemed “unsafe use” if there is a risk of harm to others. If the operator of the

device is a minor, the parent/legal guardian or individual who signs the entry blank as a parent or guardian of a minor operating the

device in violation of this rule is accountable and may be subject to penalties. Wheelchairs and other mobility assistance devices

Life, senior active and junior active members shall be eligible to participate in all classes at Regular Competitions, Eventing

Competitions at the Modified Level or above and Combined Driving Competitions at the Advanced Level, Dressage, Reining and

Vaulting Competitions and Endurance Rides. A nonmember may participate as a handler, rider, driver, owner, lessee, agent, coach

or trainer at Regular Competitions, Eventing Competitions, Dressage Competitions, Reining Competitions and Combined Driving

Competitions upon payment of a $45 Show Pass fee. 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 (exception: Friesian performance

FR222) and academy classes (academy classes are classes limited to horses used regularly in a lesson program); 6) USDF

introductory level tests, pas de deux and quadrille classes; 7) NRHA Endorsed Reining Competitions. 8) Opportunity classes, 9)

citizens of other nations who have proof, in English, of current membership in good standing of their own National Federation, 10)

USEA beginner novice division; and 11) assistant handlers in Dressage Sport Horse Breeding classes.

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All entries must be postmarked by Closing Day deadlines noted on

page 5 with all required numbers and signatures to receive early

entry status.

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Late Fee – Entries received after Closing Day will be charged a $75

office fee.

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Payment – All payments should be paid by credit card, cash, or check

made payable to Paso Robles Horse Park Foundation. Any checks

returned by the bank will be charged a $50 penalty or 10% of the face

value of the check, whichever is greater.

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Open Balances – Competitors who do not come into the office to

close out at the end of the show forfeit the right to adjustments on

any show charges. Final balances will be automatically charged to the

payment method on file.

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Past Credits/Balances – Competitors may be notified of any previous

Park activity at the time of check-in. Outstanding balances must be

paid prior to picking up show numbers. Outstanding balances may

be deducted from prize money payments.

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Trainer Splits – Trainers may choose to add tack/grooming, feed and

bedding orders, RV reservations, competitor show expenses, or any

other miscellaneous show purchases to their “trainer splits.” Trainers

have until 5:00 p.m. on Friday of the show to complete the trainer

split form indicating which competitor accounts to apply the division

of expenses to and how to apply the division. If they do not complete

this form by the deadline, the office may charge the full amount to the

trainer’s payment on file. It is fully and solely the trainer’s responsibility

to indicate what items are applicable to the split and how it should

be applied. By completing and submitting your entry form with the

indicated trainer’s name on it, you accept the responsibility to accept

any assigned splits from that trainer for all costs related to the show

you are entering. The horse show management is not able to intervene

in a trainer’s direction of how to assign those expenses.

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Same Day Entry & Scratch Fees – Any same day adds or scratches

will be charged a late entry fee of $5 per transaction. Once the class

has begun a competitor cannot add or scratch from that class unless

exception is made by management. Same day adds are only allowed

when notice for that specific arena is posted at the Show Office.

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Refunds – Past the closing dates on page 6, show scratches will

require a note from either a doctor or veterinarian explaining the reason

the competitor or horse cannot compete, acceptable at management’s

discretion. A competitor may replace one entry with another horse. If no

replacement is made or note is received, competitors are responsible

for the full stall fees and a $50 office fee. Stalls are non-refundable. In

all cases, a $50 office charge will still be applicable.

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Photo & Video Consent – By competing at or attending competitions

or events at the Paso Robles Horse Park, you grant permission to

unrestricted rights to use photographs and/or video footage of you,

your horse, your pets, your family, and/or your guests for the purpose

of promotion of the Park in various mediums.

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Park Safety and Surveillance – In an effort to protect horses,

competitors and the safety of the Park, certain areas of the facility are

under video/sound/photo surveillance. By competing at or attending

competitions at the Paso Robles Horse Park you authorize any

surveillance of your activities while on the premises. The Paso Robles

Horse Park is responsible for the management of the surveillance

system and has exclusive control of the release of video/audio/images.

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The Park is a Non-Smoking Facility – Please refrain from smoking

or use of any vape products while on the facility.

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Cell Phones – Active use of cell phones and all cellular transmission

devices is not permitted in any competition or warm up arena.

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Stalls – Stalls on site are 12' x 12' with Dutch doors. Temporary stalls

are 9.5'x9.5' or 10'x10'. Both temporary and permanent stalls have

decomposed granite flooring. Each stall has access to electricity and

there are four water spickets in each stall aisle. Due to the unpredictable

nature of the industry, stall assignments aren’t finalized until 72 hours

before the first day of competition. We do our best to accommodate all

requests, but are constrained by various factors. On-site (permanent)

stalls are assigned based on previous attendance at Park-managed

shows, barn size, and our ability to maximize the use of these stalls.

We will notify trainers as soon as possible if a barn can be placed in

the on-site stalls; however, no barn should assume they will be placed

in the on-site stalls until notified.

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Show Scratches –

Up until the published closing entry date or 24

hours after the announcement that a show has sold out, whichever

comes first, you may make changes to or cancel your entries and

related stall reservations. After that point you are fully responsible

for the stall fee related to each specific horse’s entry and a $50

office fee. For more information on refunds and show scratches,

refer to page 6 of this prize list.

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Feed, Shavings & Grain – The Paso Robles Horse Park Feed

Office will be open during show dates and will be offering hay,

shavings, and grain feed. For advance orders please email

feed@pasorobleshorsepark.com

or complete the form found under

the

Competitor Resources

page on the Park website. Orders can be

made at the show in the office. Competitors may bring their own feed

and bedding but they may not receive a feed or bedding delivery from

an outside company.

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Statement of Health/Vaccinations – Per GR845 Equine Vaccination

Rule: At Federation licensed competitions, horses entering the grounds

must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus

and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six

months prior to entering the stables. Horses not in compliance with this

rule may be required to leave the competition grounds upon request

by Competition Management. Competitors may be asked to provide

proof of vaccination upon check-in.

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Dogs – All dogs at the Paso Robles Horse Park must be on a leash

or tied at all times. There will be a $50 penalty for any dogs off-leash

or owners who do not pick up after their dogs.

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Arenas – All arenas at the Paso Robles Horse Park contain premier

GGT Footing. The grass on the main turf field is a hybrid Bermuda

called GN-1, specifically used for athletic purposes. The show and

warm up arenas measure as follows:

> LD Hayes Grand Prix Arena: 190' x 260'

> Fairway Grand Hunter Field: 175' x 300'

> Butterfield Arena: 150' x 275'

> JW Arena: 150' x 275'

> Oak Grove Arena: 140' x 255'

> Fairway Warm-Up: 150' x 250'

> Warm-Up Arenas #1 & #2: 140' x 230'

> Warm-Up Arena #3: 100' x 230'

> Warm-Up Arena #4: 130' x 220'

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Judging Criteria – To be judged on performance and soundness

unless otherwise stated.

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Handy Hunter – For indicated hunter sections and divisions one class

will feature a handy course. This course will be the second over fences

class in each indicated section.

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Attire – It is the tradition of the show that riders be correctly attired

for the class in question, that attendants be neatly dressed and the

horses properly presented. Management may, at its discretion, bar

any person from entering the ring if not suitably presented to appear

before an audience.

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Jumping Order – Orders of go will be established by the back gate

personnel. Management and show staff may change the order at any

time or may choose to post an order. These orders will be established

by either computer or manual draw.

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Ties – In the event of a tie, both will be awarded the placing tied for,

unless otherwise stated.

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Championships – Champion and Reserve Champion to be awarded as

per current USEF rules. Points for placings to be awarded 1st-10, 2nd-6,

3rd-4, 4th-2, 5th-1, 6th-1/2.

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Warm-Up Rounds – The day prior to the start of the competition, ticketed

schooling with assigned times will take place in all competition rings

at $40/ticket. A schedule will be posted noting the height changes.

Competitor numbers must be worn during schooling. Additional

warm-up classes have been included in the schedule during competition

days. No poling or offsets allowed. Please use pages 10 and 15 for

additional details.

»

Lunging – Lunging is only permitted in the two designated lunging

arenas. There is no mounted riding or schooling of any sort of jumps

permitted in the lunging arenas.

»

Awards – Trophies to first, ribbons through 8th place and, unless

otherwise stated on page 13 and 14, prize money divided as follows:

30%, 22%, 15%, 10%, 7%, 6%, 5%, 5%. Prize money will be awarded at

time of check-out and applied to entry fees or mailed within 30 days

of the show to the contact noted on entries. If an awards ceremony is

conducted, all ribbon winners are required to attend and participate. Not

participating may result in forfeiture of related prizes and monies. A valid

social security or federal tax ID number must be provided to receive any

prize money, either credited to your account or in the form of a check.

Individuals that do not provide current and accurate information in the

prize money section of the entry form acknowledge that they may not

receive winnings in a timely matter. Park staff will make reasonable efforts

to contact the payee for information. However, if after 12 months following

the last day of the competition prize money hasn’t been collected, prize

money may be forfeited.

»

Schooling – No juniors or amateurs are allowed to school over fences

without their trainer in the arena.

»

Helmets – All professionals and non-professionals riding on the Park

property must wear securely fastened protective headgear, which meets

ASTM/SEI standards and carries the SEI tag. Any rider violating this rule

at any time will immediately be prohibited from further riding until such

headgear is properly in place.

»

EVERY CLASS OFFERED HEREIN WHICH IS COVERED BY THE

RULES AND SPECIFICATIONS OF THE CURRENT USEF RULE

BOOK WILL BE CONDUCTED AND JUDGED IN ACCORDANCE

THEREWITH.

»

Every horse entered for competition will comply with the rules of

the horse show management, but management will, in no case, be

responsible for any loss or damage that may occur, and it shall be

condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold this horse show, and

the officials and employees of contractors of the show blameless for

any loss or accident to his/her horse, employees, equipment, which may

occur from sickness, fire or otherwise.

»

The management reserves the right to refuse, accept conditionally, or

cancel any entries, disqualify any riders or exhibitors, prohibit entries, and

cancel award prizes without claims for damages; to cancel or combine

unfilled classes, or to reschedule classes after due notice to exhibitors;

to change rings or rotate judges.

»

Exhibitors are notified that any act of discourtesy or disobedience to

the judges or officials, on the part of the owner, trainer, manager, rider,

» Text Alerts – All trainers will be automatically enrolled in text updates

utilizing the contact information submitted with entries. At the start of

the show there will be an introductory text that allows the opportunity

to opt-out.

»

Non-competing Horses — All horses on the grounds must be

entered to compete in classes. If you are not planning to show, a $150

non-competing fee will apply. All horses on the grounds will be assigned

a number.

»

Timer Walks – Competitors may not utilize a “timer walk” for any reason.

»

Non-Comp/Hor Concours Round – Unjudged rounds may be permitted,

but only at management’s discretion. In the situation where a round is

permitted, the cost will be the full price of a related normal competition

round.

»

Show management reserves to itself the power to prohibit any person

from attending or showing a horse in the ring and to remove any trainer,

competitor, groom or horse from the show without being liable for

compensation.

»

Medical Waste – In accordance with the 1989 Federal Waste Tracking

Act, which restricts the disposal of medical waste, bio-hazardous medical

waste containers will be provided in the stable area. All exhibitors and

their agents are responsible for the proper disposal of this waste.

»

No person will be allowed in the show ring during the time of judging

except the exhibitor and those having official or requested duties to

perform.

»

Ties for other than first place to be broken by time taken in the first round.

»

Trailer Parking – All trailers must be parked in the designated trailer

parking lot near the entrance of the Park. Any trailer not parked in the

correct location may have its hitch locked and may be applicable to a

$50 fee.

»

Prize Money – Classes awarding prize money must have at least three

entries complete the course to pay, unless otherwise specified by USEF

rules. If there are less than three competitors, the management may

choose to still run the class with or without prize money or combine the

class with another. In the instance of combined classes, the lower prize

money and class entry fee will be utilized unless otherwise specified

by management.

»

Emergency Care – Twin Cities Community Hospital Emergency Room

is 11 miles away from the Park at 1100 Las Tablas Road, Templeton, CA

93465.

»

Level 1 Trauma Center – Community Regional Medical Center is 109

miles away from the Park at 2823 Fresno Street, Fresno, CA 93721.

»

Safe Sport – All USEF Life and Senior Active members, as well as

participants who have regular contact with minor athletes, are required

to comply with the U.S. Center for SafeSport training requirement to be

eligible to participate in the competition. All participants must adhere

to the U.S. Center for SafeSport Code, USEF Safe Sport Policy, and the

Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policies. More information about these

can be found at www.usef.org.

»

RDNE Fee – It is the full responsibility of the competitor and trainer to

ensure they have properly entered any and all classes they intend to

compete in. A “ride-did-not-enter” (RDNE) fee of $25 will be added in

addition to the cost of the class for any rounds competed that cannot

be supported by office-approved paperwork.

»

All questions not covered in these rules and regulations shall be decided

by the show management whose decision shall be final.

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PREMIER CLASSES

Alden Corrigan Media

April 23

$7,500 USHJA NATIONAL HUNTER DERBY

Presented by Oxford Suites

April 30

$5,000 USHJA NATIONAL HUNTER DERBY

Presented by Estrella Equine Hospital

November 5

$7,500 USHJA NATIONAL HUNTER DERBY

USHJA National Hunter Derby

November 12

$10,000 USHJA INTERNATIONAL HUNTER DERBY

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April 24

$40,000 JILL WEAVER MEMORIAL CLASSIC GRAND PRIX

Presented by Equiline

May 1

$26,000 SPRING CLASSIC GRAND PRIX

Presented by Asunción Valley Farm

November 6

$40,000 FALL CLASSIC GRAND PRIX

November 13

$40,000 OAK TREE CLASSIC GRAND PRIX

Presented by Adelaide Inn & Best Western Plus Black Oak

PREMIER CLASSES

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