Evergreen Equestrian Park Monroe, Washington
June 9, 10, 11, 12, 2016
Wednesday Night: Welcome dinner, 2-8pm sponsor HACW
Entries to be postmarked on or before May 9, 2016
Jill Mitchell, Alamo, CA
Margaret Rich, Temecula, CA
USEF/AHA Steward: Cheryl Hansen, Lincoln, CA
New this Year:
Mid- Summer Equitation Challenge $1000 Scholarship Class
Joyce Thomas: N'Joy Arabians,
Barbara Obrits: Heron's Creek Equestrian Center,
Jill Andrews: Graycyn Farms
Jessica Atterton: Emerald City Equestrian Center
Half Arabian Club of Washington
Class Specifications: All amateur riders are eligible. To be shown at a walk, jog/trot, lope/canter both
directions of the ring. Riders will be tested collectively at the judges discretion.
The top 4 riders from each section will advance to the Finals. The Finals will be held immediately following the last section.
This class will be adjudicated jointly by both judges.
Scholarship Pay outs:
Champion $400, Reserve Champion $300, the remaining top 5, $100 each
Class 103A Equitation Challenge JTR 13 & under
Class 103B Equitation Challenge JTR 14-18
Class 103C Equitation Challenge AATR 19 & older
Class 103D Equitation Challenge Final
PRO/AM/JR Showmanship Auction:
Pro/Am Showmanship Auction to benefit the Arabian Horseman's Distress Fund
Jay Goss will be our auctioneer for the pro/am showmanship class.
Teams will be made up of one Professional and one Amateur/Junior. Teams will enter the ring and lineup.
Each entry pair will perform a set pattern. One half of the pattern will be completed by the
Amateur/Junior, one half completed by the Professional. The pattern will be adjudicated jointly by both judges.
The bidding for each pair will begin at the beginning of their pattern and end at the patterns completion.
Awards will be given to 6th place. The highest bid for each entry will be collected and donated to
the Arabian Horseman's Distress Fund. Gifts of appreciation will be presented to the highest bidder for each entry.
Costume Class: Prizes to Most Outrageous , Most creative, Most Colorful, Crowd Favorite, Judges Choice
Complimentary Ice will again be offered:
Sponsored by: Evergreen Equine Veterinary Practice
Complimentary Dinner Every Night
Cabbage Patch Restaurant
Friday Night: Exhibitor's Dinner and Party Sponsored by:
ROL Lervick Arabians, Roger and Linda Lervick
Vantage Point Farm, II, LTD, Ron and Joan Palelek!
Saturday Night: Dinner sponsor
Tacoma Valley Radiation Oncology Centers
Dessert Dash Results: Highest Bidder gets to choose the first desert, bidding
Thursday and closes Saturday at noon.
Proceeds go to the Region 5 Youth.
Saturday Night Corporate Bingo
Be sure to get your Bingo card and PLAY!
Corporate Bingo: Sponsored by Vantage Point Farm, Ron and Joan Palelek
Saturday Night Wheelbarrow Race after
Extraordinary Awards for Saturday Night Classes!
Root Beer Floats at Mid Summer!
When: Saturday, June 11th, lunch break
Where: under the food tent
Sponsored by: HACW Youth!
Just a reminder to all horse show
exhibitors or promoters.
Due to the wear and tear on stall hardware, removal of stall
panels will no longer be allowed.
This has also become an issue with County Risk Management.
Check out some of the trophies for this year's Mid Summer
Classes as of June 7
|Class 173 (111)
TBA: Arabian Country Pleasure Junior Horse to follow Class
154~Qualifier for *Class 156 the Open Championship
Sponsored by Polina Kouzmine
WALK-TROT / WALK-JOG
Class 10 (N/R) Trail Walk Trot 10 & under
Should read (open to all ages)
Class 175 (94)
TBA Arabian English Pleasure AAOTR Sunday morning after class 150.
Class 177 (190)
TBA: Arabian Western Pleasure Ladies to ride at
the end of Saturday morning session, before the Reining.
Sponsored by Silver Aspen Ranch
Class 178 (60)
TBA: Arabian Park Horse Open Saturday night to follow class 137
Sponsored by Jane Palelek Maio
Class 179 (1373) TBA Saddle Seat Equitation AATR to follow class 127 Saturday afternoon
Sponsored by Michelle Pease-Paulson
Class 181 (90) TBA Arabian English Pleasure Junior Horse to follow class 135 Saturday afternoon. Sponsored by Pete Rasmussen Training.
182 (1326) TBA
Arabian Western Pleasure JOTR 18 & under, between classes 79 & 80 Friday afternoon. Sponsored by Jill Andrews
TBA: HA/AA Country English Pleasure AATR Choice/Elite.
Thursday June 9, in the evening classes after Class number 40.
Sponsored by Nancy Healy
Class 176 (575)
TBA HA/AA Country Pleasure Driving
before class 72 Friday afternoon to start session.
Sponsored by RO Lervick Arabians
Class 76 (620
TBA: HA/AA Western Pleasure Mares
Sponsored by Jan McKim
Class 180 (3142) TBA: HA/AA Western Pleasure JTR Select
Follows Class 177 Saturday morning before reining. This will be a qualifier for class 163.
Sponsored by Platinum Performance Horses
Entries to be postmarked on or before May 9, 2016
as of JUNE 7
of JUNE 7
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November 12, 2015
USEF Equine Vaccination Rule
From the USEF Communications Department
Lexington, Ky. - In January, the USEF Board of Directors approved an addition to the rule book, which outlines equine vaccination requirements at licensed competitions. Beginning December 1, 2015, all horses entering the grounds of a Federation-licensed competition must be accompanied by documentation of Equine Influenza Virus and Equine Herpes Virus (Rhinopneumonitis) vaccinations within six months prior to entering the stables.
Due to several high profile Equine Herpes (EHV) outbreaks in recent years that have involved the neuropathic strain of the virus (equine herpesvirus myeloencephalopathy-EHM), some competitions have placed vaccination requirements on their competitors that go beyond most accepted medical opinions and raise concern that unnecessary requirements can potentially put a horse at risk. The intent of this rule is to ensure that all licensed competitions comply with the vaccination guidelines for Equine Influenza and Equine Herpes (Rhinopneumonitis) published by the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). These guidelines are reviewed by infectious disease experts regularly, and recommend vaccinating competition horses at six-month intervals for both equine influenza (flu) and rhinopneumonitis (EHV-1 and EHV-4). There is not a vaccine that protects against EHM.
Intended to promote proper vaccination protocols, this rule does not anticipate an increased workload for competition management. The flu vaccination information can be added to the documentation already required by most competitions: a horse's health certificate and a negative coggins test.
Read GR845 in its entirety
If you have questions regarding GR845 please contact the USEF Drugs & Medications department at email@example.com or
Very Important that you
mention the Mid Summer Classic
Best Western Sky Valley Inn
when you make reservations to receive these rates!
19233 State Route 2
Monroe, W 98272
are pleased to offer the Mid-Summer
group a special rate of
for a KING or $139.99+tax for a Double QUEEN room
During the dates of June
8th – June
Suites are available for $20.00
upgrade *excluding Presidential*
$10.00 charge for extra adults
over the base number of TWO adults per room
Room Fact Sheet
1 - Presidential Suite w/Sofa Bed, & Complete Kitchen
10 - King Rooms
8 - King Rooms w/Hot Tub
25 - Double Queen Rooms
10 – King Suites w/Sofa Bed, Wet Bar, 2 TVs
3 – Accessible Rooms Queen & Twin Bed
1 – Meeting Room for up to 50 people
76 Off-Street Parking Spaces
3 Accessible Parking Spaces
Guest Room Amenities
37” LCD TV
Complementary High Speed Wireless Internet Access
Refrigerator and Microwave
New Premium Quality “Euro-Top” Beds
Keurig Coffee Maker, Full Size Iron & Board, Hair Dryer, & Sundries
Alarm Clock Radio w/MP3 Player Connectivity
Comcast Cable with HBO
Free Local, Long Distance, and 800 Calls
Lobby Level Guest Amenities
Complementary Deluxe Continental Breakfast from 6:00A.M. to 10:00A.M.
Featuring Fresh Waffles, Scrambled Eggs/Omelettes, Sausage Links/Bacon,
Biscuits & Country Gravy, Fresh Cut Fruit,
“Build Your Own” Oatmeal & Yogurt Station
Complementary Coffee & Tea available 24 Hours
Complementary Business Center available 24 Hours
Complementary Passes to Emerald City Athletic Club (one block away)
Coin-Operated Guest Laundry Available 24 Hours -
Detergent & Fabric Softener (available for purchase)
Seasonal Outdoor Pool & Hot Tub w/Shower Facilities
Maps, Guide Books, Tourist Info Available
Toothbrush & Toothpaste
Shaving Cream & Razor
Feminine Hygiene Products
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