Rule 7.6 Requirements for Year End Championships, Class and Division Point Counting

  1. In order for a year end championship to be awarded in any division, at least six classes must have been held in that division during the show year. These classes must have been judged by at least two different judges and offered at two different horse shows. In addition, horses and/or equitation riders must have placed in that division at two different horse shows. Exceptions to above rule is the Hunter Breeding Division where only three classes must have been held in the respective age group in order to receive a year end award.
  2. For Championship points to count in Group 1, 2 or 3 hunter and equitation divisions there must be 3 or more horses/riders being judged and completing the course in at least two of the regular over fence classes in the division, and 3 or more horses/riders being judged in under saddle or flat classes in the division. For championship points to count in Group 1 or 2 jumper divisions there must be at least 3 horses being judged and completing the course in at least 3 regular classes. See Rules 8.2 B, 9.1 B, and 10.1 B for definition of completing.
  3. For individual class points to count in Group 1, 2 or 3 (when either part of a division championship or not) there must be 3 or more horses/riders being judged and completing the course for over fence classes, or 3 or more horses / riders being judged in under saddle or flat classes. See Rules 8.2 B9.1 B, and 10.1 B for definition of completing.