Rule 12.5 Colorado National Medal Finals Class Format
- In order to hold a Colorado National Medal Final Class there must be a minimum of 3 properly attired competitors.
- The Colorado National Medal Finals will be run in a three phase format. Phase I is a jumping round counting 40% of each exhibitors total score. Failure to complete Phase I does not preclude the exhibitor from competing in Phase II or III. Phase II is a flat portion which counts 20% of an exhibitors score. Phase III is a jumping round counting 40% of each exhibitors score. Failure to complete Phase II does not preclude the exhibitor from competing in Phase III. After the completion of Phase I,II, and III the judge will ask a minimum of the top 4 riders, if available, to perform additional testing, USEF tests 1-19. A trophy will be presented to the champion and ribbons will be presented through eighth place.
- The fence heights will be as follows: not to exceed 3'6" for the Colorado National Junior Medal Final, not to exceed 3'3" for the Colorado National Amateur Medal Finals, and not to exceed 3' for the Colorado National Children’s and Adult Medals.
- USEF age restrictions and fence heights for pony’s respective size division will apply for the Colorado National Pony Medal Final