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Mandist&State4 Hhorseshowentries
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Mandist&State4 Hhorseshowentries
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  • 1. Managing District and State 4-H Horse Show Entries Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 2. District 4-H Horse Shows
    • 12 shows held in June
    • Entry deadlines in May or June
    • Validation Rules
      • Only horses validated on or before May 1 of current 4-H year are eligible.
      • 22 classes that are in Qualifying Divisions and 4-Her must show in at least one class in each of those Qualifying Divisions at District to be eligible for the State 4-H Horse Show. Actually competing in one class in each division will qualify that 4-Her for all classes in that same Division at the State Show.
      • 4-H youth may show one horse in each Qualifying Division at District Horse Shows, or the same horse in all divisions, provided any/all horse(s) were validated as projects by May 1.
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 3. Validation Rules cont.
      • 4-H youth may show one horse in each Qualifying Division at District Horse Shows, or the same horse in all divisions, provided any/all horse(s) were validated as projects by May 1.
    • Futurity projects must be shown at District in order to show at State.
    • Futurity classes involve yearlings, two-year-olds or three-year-old horses, each futurity class is listed as a division in order to make it simpler for District 4-H Horse Show Management Teams to track.
    • Some Districts offer Open Division classes (also listed on page 2), but there is no Qualification process in order to be eligible to enter those classes at the State 4-H Horse Show.
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 4. State 4-H Horse Show
    • Held in July
    • Entries are made at the close of each District 4-H horse show, regardless of whether a 4-Her is entering Qualifying Division classes or Open Division classes.
    • CEA’s should notify 4-Hers that entries for non-qualifying Open Division classes are also made at this time.
    • All State show entries are verified and handled by District Committee
    • Entries must be received at state horse specialists by July 1 st .
    • Only horses validated before May 1 st of the current 4-H year are eligible for show.
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 5. Validation
    • Required by May 1 st for District and/or State Show
    • 4-H Horse Project Validation – May 1
      • Certifies that the project is owned by the 4-Her or their sibling, parent, grandparent or legal guardian.
      • Process validates that the horse is owned and not leased or borrowed.
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 6. Validation cont.
    • Horses not validated on or before May 1 are ineligible for District and State 4-H Horse Shows.
    • Each 4-H horse project validated by a 4-Her must be accompanied by a $10 fee.
    • Validation form must be filled out by 4-Her for each horse being validated.
    • CEA office personnel will collect forms and a check from each 4-Her for $10/horse.
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 7. Validation cont.
    • CEA offices have until May 5 to transfer the validation information and fees to the Horse Specialists’ office.
    • Fees will be mailed.
    • CEA offices will keep the Horse Validation Forms on file for one year.
    • Validation forms are available in the CEA Horse Newsletter (January 2008 issue).
    • Check(s) sent to the Horse Specialists’ office must be made out to the ‘Texas 4-H Foundation - Horse Validation.’ Mail to: Horse Specialists’ Office, Attn: Jennifer Dickerson, Kleberg 249, TAMU 2471, College Station, Tx 77843 -2471.
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 8. Qualifying Division Classes
    • Offer 22 classes to qualify in
    • 4-Her must show in at least one division to ‘qualify’ for State 4-H Horse Show.
    • 1 horse per 4-Her
    • A futurity project horse must also be shown at District in order to qualify for a futurity class at the State Show.
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 9. Qualifying Divisions
    • Judged Western
    • Showmanship
    • Western Pleasure
    • Western Horsemanship
    • Western Riding
    • Trail
    • Halter
    • Registered Four-Yr.-old & Younger Geldings
    • Registered Five-Yr.-old & Older Geldings
    • Grade Geldings
      • Grand & Reserve Champion Gelding
    • Registered Four-Yr.-old & Younger Mares
    • Registered Five-Yr.-old & Older Mares
    • Grade Halter Mares
      • Grand & Reserve Champion Mares
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 10. Qualifying Divisions
    • Speed Events
    • Barrel Racing
    • Pole Bending
    • Stakes Race
    • Hunter-Flat
    • Hunter Showmanship
    • Hunter under Saddle
    • Hunt Seat Equitation
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 11. Qualifying Division Classes
    • Yearling Halter Gelding Futurity Qualifying Division
      • Yearling Halter Geldings
    • Yearling Halter Filly Futurity Qualifying Division
      • Yearling Halter Fillies
    • Yearling Longe Line Futurity Qualifying Division
      • Yearling Longe Line
    • 2-Year-Old Western Pleasure Futurity Qualifying Division
      • Two-Year-Old Western Pleasure
    • 3-Year-Old Stock Horse Futurity Qualifying Division
      • Three-Year-Old Stock Horse
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 12. Open Division Classes – State 4-H Horse Show
    • 4-Her not required to show in the following Open classes in order to enter those classes at state.
      • Roping
      • Stock Horse
      • Hunter Over Fence
      • Drill/Precision Rding
    • Can enter 1 or more entries per 4-Her
    • Must however, meet validation and entry deadlines
    • Any 4-Her planning on entering the state but not the district horse show must contact CEA and enter prior to district horse show so they do not miss cut-off date
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 13. Open Division Classes – State 4-H Horse Show
    • Roping
      • Tie-Down Calf Roping
      • Breakaway Roping
      • Team Roping
    • Stock Horse
      • Working Cow Horse
      • Team Penning
      • Reining
      • Cutting
      • Stock Horse Trail
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development
  • 14. Open Division Classes – State 4-H Horse Show
    • Hunter Over Fence
      • Working Hunter
      • Equitation Over Fences
      • Hunter Jack
      • Open Jumping
    • Drill/Precision Riding
      • Mounted Drill Team
      • Precision Riding Team
    Texas 4-H and Youth Development

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