Rules and Regulations
Show behavior: Please be respectful of other’s time and property.
Do not touch models that do not belong to you. Please listen carefully to the
classes being called and place your horses in a timely manner. Classes will not
be held for people running late. Children are welcome as long as they are
mannerly and respectful as well. If you or your child break something of someone
else’s, you will be responsible for paying the value of it. Please keep your
voices down so that everyone can hear the
classes. Please clean up after yourself. No food or drinks on the carpeted areas, please.
We will be using tags again, with your emcat number. Please number your horses numerically using your emcat number XXX followed by 3 digits. For example your first horse might be XXX-001, second horse XXX-002, and on, with XXX being your emcat number. Please list all your horses numerically in a file and email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of the day on April 8, 2017.
The front of the tag should have your horse's number, breed and gender. The back may have your horse's name and your name.
If you do not currently have an emcat number, please email Daralyn Wallace.
The hall will be open for set up at 7:00 am. Please check in with the show holders when you get to the hall.
Each person will have use of a 6 foot by 3 foot table. A limited number of extra tables will be available for $10.00 each.
No complaining/arguing with the judges. Their placings are final.
If there is a problem/issue please bring it to the show holder’s attention
Classes start promptly at 8 am and 2 pm. Classes will not be held
so please be on time.
No pets allowed in the
Limits: 2 horses per halter class, 2 horses per performance
class. You may not enter a horse in more than one halter class by changing its
name or breed. Horses over the limit will be disqualified. Dollar buy in are permitted for halter classes only.
First and second placing in the open classes will be NAN
qualified. An open class is defined as competition where the entrant is not
limited by skill, level, age or years of competition. Any classes that limit
entrants by these criteria cannot be counted as NAN qualifier classes.
Flats will be awarded to 1-6 placings, rosettes to Champions and
A person may not show and judge in the same division at a NAMHSA
member show. A division is defined as one or more grouped classes such as
“OF-Breyer Plastic”, “Custom Glazed” or “OF performance”.A judge may not judge
models that he/she has worked on/collaborated on. A judge may not judge any
model which he/she owns or has owned within the last six months. A judge may not
judge models owned by relatives of the
Lunch break will be promptly from 1-2.
Limit: 2 horses per class. Classes will be split if necessary. No
limit on China/Custom glaze.
Every entry in an OF division mush include collectability
information in order to be judged. Entries without documentation will not be
OFs will be judged by breed and collectability, CMs/ARs will be
judged by breed and workmanship.
No halters/ set-ups in halter
Carriage/Coach: Includes Friesian, Cleveland Bay, Hackney horse, Standardbreds, Kladruper, Knapstrup, Dutch Harness horse, Georgia Grande,
Welsh Cob (section D), Gelderlander, etc.
Other sport: Includes Mixed breed/grade sport, Spotted sport,
pinto/paint sport horses, Friesian
Other light: Marwari, Akhal-tekes, morgans, nez pearce
Other: Gypsy Vanners, miniature horses, extinct breeds, mustangs
Old World: Lusitano, Andalusians, PRE, Losino
New World: Pasos, Criollo, Aztecas, Tiger horse, American Indian Horse, Campolina, Mangalarga Marchadors
Other Iberian: Lippizan, Abaco Barbs, Sorraia, Spanish Barb, Spanish Jennet
Class Limits: 2 entries per entrant per class. You must be able
to complete all setups within the time
Time limits: A maximum of 10 minutes will be permitted for each
class setup; the judge will start working as soon as each entry is reasonably
Explanation cards: are required for all performance
Harness: Vehicle not required. Appropriate harness for
Costume: Costume must be appropriate for the
Hunter/jumper: Obstacle is
Dressage: Must include identification of level and
Western: For cutting/stock/roping stock is
Trail: Arena or natural trail obstacle
Snacks and beverages will be provided.
There are several places within driving distance for lunch including McDonalds,
Burger King, Las Fuentes Mexican, Subway and many others. Please be careful of
the speed limit in Magnolia, it goes down to 30 and it is very well enforced.
We will be getting Subway trays, if you
would like to have lunch with us, please mark it on your entry form. The cost is
$5 per person. If you have a dietary restriction (ie, vegetarian, no cheese,
etc), please let me know and we’ll do our best to accommodate it.