2019 Straight Up Stables Jumper Show Series
Judge- Jane Osborne
All shows are T.I.P Approved
There will be high point prizes each show, and also year-end awards. Must attend at least two shows to qualify for the year-end awards.
2019 Show Information:
PRE-ENTRY DEADLINE is 6 p.m. Friday before the show. You may email pre-entries to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the online form. All entries MUST have a current coggins, and sign a release at check-in.
-Pre Entry $15.00 per class - -Post Entry $20.00 per class-
*$10.00 EMT fee will apply to entry
PARKING is limited and will be structured. Please let us know if you are helping students or if you’re shipping with someone else entered. Note on Entry Form who you are shipping with. Please be prepared to manage your time so we can accommodate everyone.
*No dogs on grounds*
Warm up is available in the Dressage ring and by the jumper ring on the grass.
Appropriate hear gear and footwear is required.
Judges decision is final.
***The organizer reserves the right to divide, combine or cancel any class or the entire show if entries warrant and/or bad weather***
All activities on show grounds are subject to the PA State Equine Law.
For more information, please contact
Brooks VonNieda - (717) 278-8374 email@example.com
Low Schooling Height. 2’9”
Class #1- Table II Sec. 2, c
Class #2- Table II Sec. 1
Class #3- Table II Sec. 2 B
Class #5- Table II Sec. 1
Class #6- Table II Sec. 2 B
Class #7- Table II Sec. 2, c
Class #8- Table II Sec. 1
Class #9- Table II Sec. 2 B
Open Jumper Height 3’6”-3’9”
Class #10- Table II Sec. 2, c
Class #11- Table II Sec. 1
Class #12- Table II Sec. 2 B
Class #17- Table II Sec. 1
Class #18- Table II Sec. 2 B
TWO-PHASE. Table II, Section 2,c (If a competitor goes clean in the 1st round, the competitor will, upon crossing the finish line, immediately commence the jump-off course. Timer starts as they cross the finish line of the first round. If there are no clean 1st rounds and a tie exist, faults and time for phase one will apply.
TIME FIRST ROUND. Table II, Section 1 Only one round is ridden. This round is first decided by the faults incurred over the course. Competitors with clean rounds or equal faults are further placed according to fastest time taken to complete the course.
JUMP-OFF. Table II, Section 2 b If a competitor goes clean in the 1st round, the competitor stays in the ring, and the judge signals when to start the jump-off course. Note: Competitors going on to the jump-off round always place above those who do not, regardless of their performance in the jumpoff round. Jump-off rounds are first decided by adding together the faults incurred over the course and then further classified according to time taken to complete the course. If there are no clean 1st rounds and a tie exist, time taken to complete the 1st round will be used to place the competitors.