CONTACT INFORMATION

Location

The Horse Park at Woodside
3674 Sand Hill Road Woodside, CA 94062

Contact

Jennifer Kallam
(925) 216-2276
info@JKPresents.net
13625 E County Line Rd, Longmont, CO 80504

Entries

Enter online at www.jkpresents.net

Rules

Please enter classes that are appropriate for rider's and horse's experience levels.

*For detailed information on USEF rules, go to www.usef.org; Rulebook; Hunter and

TICKETED ROUNDS

Tickets can be bought in advance or at the office and in-gate on show day.

Ticket must be given at the in-gate before rider enters the ring.

CLASSES

HUNTER/EQUITATION DIVISIONS

Classes to be judged on rider's position, pace, and control of the horse. Proper show turnout rewarded. Entry fee: $35 per class. Championship and Reserve Championship will be awarded in each division. Equitation class score will be used to break any ties.

Walk Division

Judged at the walk only.
292. Walk Hunters
293. Walk Equitation

Walk/Trot Division

Judged at both the walk and trot.
294. Walk/Trot Hunters
295. Walk/Trot Equitation

Walk/Trot/Canter Division

Judged at the walk, trot and canter.
210. Walk/Trot/Canter Hunters
211. Walk/Trot/Canter Equitation
212 Walk/Trot/Canter Beginner Hunter
213 Walk/Trot/Canter Beginner Equitation

Trot Pole Division

Judged at the trot over a course of poles on the ground.
270. Trot Pole Hunters
271. Trot Pole Equitation

Trot Cross-Rails Division

Judged at the trot over a course of cross rails. All jumps to be taken at the trot and not the canter.
280. Trot Cross-Rails Hunters
281. Trot Cross-Rails Equitation

Canter Cross-Rails Division

Judged at the canter over cross rails.
290. Canter Cross-Rail Hunters
291. Canter Cross-Rail Equitation

2' Division

Judged at the canter over a course of fences not exceeding 2'.
220. 2' Hunter
221. 2' Equitation

2'3" Division

Judged at the canter over a course of fences not exceeding 2'3"
230. 2'3" Hunters
231. 2'3" Equitation

2'6" Division

Judged at the canter over a course of fences not exceeding 2'6"
240. 2'6" Hunters
241. 2'6" Equitation

2'9" Division

Judged at the canter over a course of fences not exceeding 2'9"
250. 2'9" Hunters
251. 2'9" Equitation

3' Division

Judged at the canter over a course of fences not exceeding 3'
260. 3' Hunters
261. 3' Equitation

JUMPER DIVISIONS

First class in each height division will be Optimum Time. Second class in each height division will be a Speed class. Champion and Reserve Champion will be awarded in each division. In the event of a tie, time in the speed class will be used as the tie-breaker.

180. 60-.65 optimum time
181. 60-.65 speed
110. 70–.75 optimum time
111. 70–.75 speed
120. 80–.85 optimum time
121. 80–.85 speed
130. 90–.95 optimum time
131. 90–.95 speed
140. 1.00–1.05 optimum time
141. 1.00–1.05 speed
150. 1.10–1.15 optimum time
151. 1.10–1.15 speed
160. 1.20–1.25 optimum time
161. 1.20–1.25 speed
170. 1.30–1.35 optimum time
171. 1.30–1.35 speed

132. 4 Year Old Jumper Futurity
Open to all 4 year olds. JANUARY 1 will be considered the universal birth date for all horses. Must be registered with YJC for points to be recorded.
142. 5 Year Old YJC qualifier 1.00-1.05m
Open to all 5 year olds. JANUARY 1 will be considered the universal birth date for all horses. Must be registered with YJC for points to be recorded.
162. 6 Year Old YJC qualifier 1.20-1.25m
Open to all 6 year olds. JANUARY 1 will be considered the universal birth date for all horses. Must be registered with YJC for points to be recorded.

GAMES

310. Horse & Hound Relay – a team event
Each relay team consists of one horse, one rider, one holder and one dog. Relay goes as follows:

Fastest time wins the class!

311. Pony/Horse Jumper Challenge – a team event
Teams consist of one horse/rider and one pony/rider combination. Pony jumps a 2' course, horse jumps a 3' course. Fastest combined time wins!

312. Judge's Command Class
Open to all riders. To be shown on the flat only. Judge will begin with simple commands that slowly increase in difficulty. Riders remain in play as long as they continue to execute commands correctly. When a rider makes a mistake, they are eliminated and will be called to the middle. Last horse and rider on the rail wins.

313. Bareback Challenge
Open to all riders. Riders may be asked to perform on the flat and over fences. Saddles and bareback pads not permitted. Class begins on the flat. Top riders after flat phase will continue to test over fences. Class will be judged on position, balance and control.

314. Family Challenge – a team event
Open to teams of 2 people who must be related. Riders are stationed at opposite ends of arena. Rider #1 rides as fast as they can to Rider #2. Rider #1 dismounts, assists Rider #2 in mounting, and then leads Rider#2 back to the starting line. Fastest time wins.

315. Egg & Spoon
Open to all riders. To be shown on the flat only. Riders will be provided with egg and spoon, which can be held in either hand. Judge will call out commands; last rider with egg in the spoon wins.

316. Gambler's Choice
Each jump in the course is assigned a point value - easier fences have lower point values, difficult fences have higher point values. Rider strives to jump as many jumps and accumulate as many points as possible within the time allowed. There is no set order to jump. It is not necessary to jump all the jumps, however, no individual jump may be jumped more than three times. A rail down or refusal results in points for that fence being subtracted from the rider's tally. At the end of the time allowed, rider may elect to jump the special "Gambler's Jump" which is worth 50 points. No penalty is giving for choosing not to jump the Gambler's fence, but if the rider attempts the jump and a rail down or refusal occurs, the 50 points will be subtracted from the rider's tally. The horse and rider with most points wins.

317. Ribbon Race – a team event
Open to all riders. A team consists of 2 horses and 2 riders. Each team is given a ribbon of toilet paper of equal length/sheets. Each rider holds one end of the tissue ribbon and while riding side by side, execute commands as directed by announcer. Commands may include walk, trot, canter, halt, turn right, turn left. If the team's tissue ribbon breaks, they are eliminated. Teams may periodically be asked to stop and shorten their tissue ribbon length to make it more challenging! Last team with an unbroken ribbon of tissue wins.

SPECIALTY CLASSES

410. $500 Open Jumper Classic 1.00m $50
To be held Saturday August 22, at the JK Presents Summer Invitational Horse Show. Prize Money distributed as: 1st – $300 2nd – $150 3rd – $50

411. $500 JR/AA Jumper Classic 1.00m
To be held Saturday August 22, at the JK Presents Summer Invitational Horse Show. Prize Money distributed as: 1st – $300 2nd – $150 3rd – $50

510. Costume Class
To be held Saturday, September 27 at the JK Presents Fall Festival Horse Show. Open to all horses and riders.

225. Vintage Lane 2' Medal Class $35
Open to Junior and Adult Amateur riders who have not won a class at an A-rated show with fences over 2'6 in the last 2 years. To be shown over a course of not less than 8 hunter-type fences at 2'. Course must include one roll-back and one trot fence. No combinations or oxers. Flat work-off of top four riders in the class required with testing at judge's discretion. Emphasis on correct position as defined in USEF rulebook (Sec. EQ108). Five riders must complete course for class to count, and top five riders in each class qualify for the finals.

Vintage Lane Medal Finals (to be held at Fall Festival):
Qualified riders will compete in 2 phases, flat & over fences. Over fences: no less than 8 fences at 2' with one roll back and one trot jump. Flat: walk, trot, & canter in both directions; additional testing at the judge's discretion.

A score will be assigned to each phase, and scores averaged at end of both phases. Riders with the top four average scores will work off either on the flat or over fences at judge's discretion. Winner to receive trophy and embroidered dress cooler. Additional prizes to the top 10 places.

245. Equestrian Concierge 2'6" Medal
Open to Junior and Adult Amateur riders who have not won a class at an A-rated show with fences over 3' in the last 2 years. To be shown over a course of not less than 8 hunter-type fences at 2'6". Course must include one test. No combinations or oxers. Emphasis on correct position as defined in USEF rulebook (Sec. EQ108). Five riders must complete course for class to count, and top five riders in each class qualify for the finals.

Medal Finals (to be held at Fall Festival):
Qualified riders will compete in 2 phases, over fences and separate work off. Over fences: no less than 8 fences at 2'6". Additional testing at the judge's discretion.

265. Child/AA 3' Medal
Open to Junior and Adult Amateur riders who have not won a class at an A-rated show with fences over 3'3" in the last 2 years. To be shown over a course of not less than 8 hunter-type fences at 3'. Course must include one test. No combinations or oxers. Emphasis on correct position as defined in USEF rulebook (Sec. EQ108). Five riders must complete course for class to count, and top five riders in each class qualify for the finals.

Medal Finals (to be held at Fall Festival):
Qualified riders will compete in 2 phases, over fences and separate work off. Over fences: no less than 8 fences at 3'. Additional testing at the judge's discretion.

318. Born in the USA Field Trial Sponsored by Branscomb Farm $35
Class is open to all riders with horses born in the USA. To be ridden through a pattern of obstacles that a dressage or hunting horse & rider might encounter during a day out hacking. The horse is judged on the cleanliness, neatness and promptness with which the obstacles are negotiated, the ability to negotiate obstacles correctly, and attitude/mannerisms exhibited by the horse while negotiating the course. Emphasis on judging should be on identifying the well-broke, responsive, well-mannered horse that can correctly negotiate the course. Course will include 8-9 obstacles within a show arena.

Note: Management, when setting courses, will keep in mind that the idea is not to trap a horse, or eliminate it by making an obstacle too difficult. All courses and obstacles are constructed with safety in mind, to prevent accidents.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

We understand that running two arenas simultaneously creates the potential for class conflicts. We would appreciate it if the riders who share horses would keep this in mind when planning their class schedules. We will try to be as accommodating as possible, while keeping in mind the needs of the other competitors and the judges. Therefore we may not hold a class for more than 5 minutes. If you are unable to compete in a class because of a conflict, the secretary will refund your class fee.

FEED AND BEDDING

Feed is not provided by JK Presents. If you would like to order feed from local feed stores you can contact show management for contact information. Bedding MUST be ordered by closing date of entries. JK Presents cannot guarantee that bedding orders received after entries are closed will be able to be filled.

ADD/SCRATCH CLASSES

Adds are allowed before and on the day horse is showing with the exception that if dressage is full adds may not be possible. There is no fee for scratches made the day before horse is showing. No refund will be provided for dressage tests on the day horse is showing. No class refund will be provided after class list has been printed.