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Thursday
Apr182019

MM Cowboy Dressage Schooling Show Entry Blank


Presents

Cowboy Dressage Schooling Show

June 1st and 2nd 2019 Start at 8AM both days

Judge: Sarah Larkin

5985 Hwy 95, Potlatch, ID 83855

 

Please fill out one form per horse-rider combination

Horses Registered Name:

 

 

Breed:

 

Name of Rider:

 

 

Youth 6-12

Youth 13-18

Lead line

Division (Circle one):

Amateur

Open

 

Mailing Address:

 

City:

 

State

 

Zip code

 

Phone

 

Email

 

Signature of Rider

(or Guardian)

 

Date

 
















 

Each horse is limited to 4 riding classes (CD) and 4 Partnership on the Ground (POG) tests each day. Enter Class # from the class list on the following pages

 

 

Saturday

Sunday

 

Riding

Ground

Riding

Ground

1st Class

 

 

 

 

2nd Class

 

 

 

 

3rd Class

 

 

 

 

4th Class

 

 

 

 

Total # Classes

 

 

 

 

 

Make checks payable to MM Connections, 5985 Highway 95, Potlatch ID 83855

Entries close May 24, 2019. $10 post entry fees will apply for entries received after May 24, 2019.

 

Per Class Fees ($15)

Number Riding Classes Entered                           x $15                           = $                  

Number Ground Classes Entered                                    x $15                           = $                  

 

Inside Stall (limited availability; bedding provided, please provide feed)

# Nights                         x $20               = $                  

Outside Stall (portable panels; on grass)

# Nights                         x $10               = $                  

Mandatory Office Fee (per rider)                                                                          = $       10.00

                                                                                                            Total    = $                  

Dry camping is available; please contact Marcia Moore for arrangements.

 

COWBOY DRESSAGE OFFICAL CLASS LIST 

 

OPEN DIVIDSION

 

 

AMATEUR DIVISION

1

W/J Test 1- Open

 

41

W/J Test 1 - Am

2

W/J Test 2 - Open

 

42

W/J Test 2 - Am

3

W/J Test 3 – Open

 

43

W/J Test 3 - Am

4

W/J Test 4 – Open

 

44

W/J Test 4 – Am

5

W/J/L Test 1 – Open

 

45

W/J/L Test  - 1 Am

6

W/J/L Test 2 – Open

 

46

W/J/L Test  - 2 Am

7

W/J/L Test 3 – Open

 

47

W/J/L Test  - 3 Am

8

W/J/L Test 4 – Open

 

48

W/J/L Test  - 4 Am

9

W/J/L Test 5 – Open

 

49

W/J/L Test  - 5 Am

10

W/J/L Test 6 – Open

 

50

W/J/L Test  - 6 Am

11

W/J/L Test 7 – Open

 

51

W/J/L Test  - 7 Am

12

W/W Challenge Test 1 – Open

 

52

W/W Challenge Test 1 - Am

13

W/J Challenge Test 1 – Open

 

53

W/J Challenge Test 1 - Am

14

W/J Challenge Test 2 – Open

 

54

W/J Challenge Test 2 - Am

15

W/J Challenge Test 3 – Open

 

55

W/J Challenge Test 3 - Am

16

W/J Challenge Test 4 – Open

 

56

W/J Challenge Test 4 - Am

17

W/J/L Challenge Test 1 – Open

 

57

W/J/L Challenge Test 1 - Am

18

W/J/L Challenge Test 2 – Open

 

58

W/J/L Challenge Test 2 - Am

19

W/J Vaquero Challenge Test 2 -Open

 

59

W/J Vaquero Challenge Test 2 - Am

20

W/J Vaquero Challenge Test 4 – Open

 

60

W/J Vaquero Challenge Test 4 - Am

21

W/JL Vaquero Challenge Test 1 – Open

 

61

W/J/L Vaquero Challenge Test 1 - Am

22

W/J/L Vaquero Challenge Test 2 – Open

 

62

W/J/L Vaquero Challenge Test 2 - Am

23

W/W Gaited Challenge Test 1 – Open

 

63

W/W Gaited Challenge Test 1 – Am

24

W/Int. Gait Challenge Test 1 – Open

 

64

W/Int. Gait Challenge Test 1 – Am

25

W/I Gaited Test 2 – Open

 

65

W/I Gaited Test 2 – Am

26

W/I Gaited Test 3 – Open

 

66

W/I Gaited Test 3 – Am

27

W/I/L Gaited Test 2 – Open

 

67

W/I/L Gaited Test 2 – Am

28

W/W Partnership on the Ground Test 1 - Open

 

68

W/W Partnership on the Ground Test 1 -Am

29

Partnership on the Ground Test 1 – Open

 

69

Partnership on the Ground Test 1 – Am

30

Partnership on the Ground Test 2 – Open

 

70

Partnership on the Ground Test 2 – Am

31

W/W Partnership Under Saddle Test 1 – Open

 

71

W/W Partnership Under Saddle – Am

32

Partnership Under Saddle – Open

 

72

Partnership Under Saddle – Am

33

Freestyle W/J/L - Open

 

73

Freestyle W/J – Am

 

 

 

74

Freestyle W/J/L – Am

 

Class list continued on next page

 

 

 

 

JUNIOR DIVISION

 

 

LEAD LINE (7 & UNDER)

81

W/J Test 1 - Jr

 

120

W/W Partnership Lead Line Test 1 - Jr

82

W/J Test 2 - Jr

 

 

  

83

W/J Test 3 - Jr

 

 

LIBERTY DIVISION (Open, Am, & Junior)

84

W/J Test 4 - Jr

 

150

Liberty Neck Rope Walk Walk Test 1

85

W/J/L Test 1 - Jr

 

151

Liberty Neck Rope Walk Walk Test 1

86

W/J/L Test 2 - Jr

 

152

Liberty Neck Rope Walk Jog Test 1

87

W/J/L Test 3 - Jr

 

153

Liberty Neck Rope Walk Jog Test 2

88

W/J/L Test 4 - Jr

 

154

Liberty Walk Walk Test 1

89

W/J/L Test 5 - Jr

 

155

Liberty Walk Walk Test 2 

90

W/J/L Test 6 - Jr

 

156

Liberty Walk Jog Test 1 

91

W/J/L Test 7 - Jr

 

157

Liberty Walk Jog Test 2 

92

W/W Challenge Test 1- Jr

 

158

Liberty Freestyle

93

W/J Challenge Test 1 -Jr

 

 

  

94

W/J Challenge Test 2 -Jr

 

 

 

95

W/J Challenge Test 3 -Jr

 

 

 

96

W/J Challenge Test 4 -Jr

 

 

 

97

W/J/L Challenge Test 1 -Jr

 

 

 

98

W/J/L Challenge Test 2 -Jr

 

 

 

99

W/J Vaquero Challenge Test 2 - Jr

 

 

 

100

W/J Vaquero Challenge Test 4 - Jr

 

 

 

101

W/J/L Vaquero Challenge Test 1 - Jr

 

 

 

102

W/J/L Vaquero Challenge Test 2 - Jr

 

 

 

103

W/W Gaited Challenge Test 1 - Jr

 

 

 

104

W/Int. Gait Challenge Test 1 – Jr

 

 

 

105

W/I Gaited Test 2 – Jr

 

 

 

106

W/I Gaited Test 3 – Jr

 

 

 

107

W/I/L Gaited Test 2 - Jr

 

 

 

108

W/W Partnership on the Ground Test 1 – Jr

 

 

 

109

Partnership on the Ground Test 1 – Jr

 

 

 

110

Partnership on the Ground Test 2 – Jr

 

 

 

111

W/W Partnership Under Saddle Test 1 – Jr

 

 

 

112

Partnership Under Saddle – Jr

 

 

 

113

Freestyle W/J - Jr

 

 

 

114

Freestyle W/J/L - Jr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MM Training and Consulting/MMConnections

Liability Waiver and Release of Photographic and Video Images

Page 1 of 2

 

 

Notice: Please carefully read this document before signing. Signing this document affirms that you have read, understand and agree to it in its entirety. This document is a release of liability for Property Damage, Personal Injury or Death.

 

LIABILITY RELEASE & ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMEN

I/we agree that in consideration of this arena/stable, MM Training and Consulting/MM Connections, allowing participation in this activity, I, the student, for myself and on behalf of my child/or legal ward, heirs, administrators, personal representatives or assigns, do agree to release, hold harmless, and discharge THIS ARENA/STABLE, its owners, agents, employees, officers, directors, representatives, assigns, members, owners of premises and trails, affiliated organizations, an insurers, and others acting on their behalf (hereinafter, collectively referred to as “Associates”), of and from all claims, demands, causes of action and legal liability, whether the same be known or unknown, anticipated or unanticipated, due to THIS ARENA/STABLE’S and/or its associates ordinary negligence or legal liability; and I do further agree that except in the event of THIS ARENA /STABLE’S gross negligence and/or willful and/or wanton conduct, I shall not bring any claims, demands, legal actions and causes of action against THIS ARENA/STABLE and its associates as stated above in this clause, for any economic and non-economic losses due to bodily injury and/or death and/or property damage, sustained by me and/or my minor child or legal ward in relation to the premises and operations of THIS ARENA/STABLE, to include while riding, driving, training, handling, or otherwise being near horses owned by me or owned by THIS ARENA/STABLE, or in the care, custody or control of THIS ARENA/STABLE, whether on or off the premises of THIS ARENA/STABLE, but not limited to being on THIS ARENA/STABLE’S premises.

I/we, the undersigned, represent that I/we have read and do understand the foregoing liability release and assumption of risk agreement; I/we understand that by signing this document I am giving up rights to sue today and in the future.  I am signing this while of sound mind and not suffering from shock, or under the influence of alcohol, drugs or intoxicants.

_____________________________________________

Name (Please print)

_____________________________________________     __________________________

Signature                                                                    Date

_____________________________________________     ___________________________

Signature of Parent or Guardian     (if minor)                   Date

 

 

 

MM Training and Consulting/MM Connections

Liability Waiver and Release of Photographic and Video Images

Page 2 of 2

 

Release of Photographic and Video Images

 

______ I hereby give permission to MM Training and Consulting and those acting with its authority the unrestricted right and permission to use, publish and republish and photographic or video images of me and/or my horse for promotional and marketing purposes of MM Training and Consulting. I also permit the use of any printed material in connection therewith and relinquish any right to review or restrict its use or publication.

 

______ I have read and understood both the above Releases; my signature below signifies my acceptance to their terms and conditions. I agree these releases shall remain in full force and effect until they are specifically revoked by me in writing or superseded by new releases issued by MM Training and Consulting and signed by me.

 

MM Training and Consulting/MM Connections

Marcia Moore Harrison and Davalee Minden

5985 Highway 95, Potlatch, Idaho 83855

 

 

Participant’s Name _______________________________ DOB if under 18 _______________

                                                            (Print)

 

Participant’s Signature _____________________________________ Today’s Date __________________

 

Signer’s Home Address: ________________________________________________________

 

City ______________________________________State____________ Zip Code____________________

 

Email________________________________________________________________________________  

 

If Event participant is under 18 years of age, his/her parent must sign on his/her behalf below: (“Child”)

 

Parent’s Name __________________________________ Today’s Date __________________

                                                            (Print)

 

Parent’s Signature __________________________________________ Today’s Date ________________________

 

 

Cowboy Dressage® World Release       Page 1 of 2

 

 

Upon entering a Cowboy Dressage® World Show and signing this entry blank as the Owner, Lessee, Trainer, Manager, Agent, Coach, Driver, Rider or Handler, and on behalf of myself and my principals, representatives, employees and agents, I agree that I am subject to the Bylaws and Rules and the local rules of the competition. I agree to be bound by the Bylaws and Rules and the competition. I will accept as final the decision of the Hearing Committee on any question arising under the Rules, and agree to release and hold harmless the competition, the COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER AND WYATT PAXTON) their officials, directors and employees for any action taken under the Rules. I represent that I am eligible to enter and/or participate under the Rules and every horse I am entering is eligible as entered. I also agree that as a condition of and in consideration of acceptance of entry, the COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER AND WYATT PAXTON) and/or the competition may use or assign photographs, videos, audios, cablecasts, or other likenesses of my horse and/or myself taken during the course of the competition for the promotion, coverage or benefit of the competition, sport or the COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER AND WYATT PAXTON) Those likenesses shall not be used to advertise a product and they may not be used in such a way as to jeopardize amateur status. I hereby expressly and irrevocably waive and release any rights in connection with such use, including any claim to compensation, invasion of privacy, right of publicity, or to misappropriation. The construction and application of Rules are governed by the laws of the State of California, and any action instituted against COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER, AND WYATT PAXTON) must be filed in Sacramento County Superior Court, California.

I have read the Cowboy Dressage® Competition Rules _____Yes _____No

www.cowboydressage.com/competition.html

COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER AND WYATT PAXTON

Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver and Indemnification. This document waives important legal rights. Read it carefully before signing.

I AGREE in consideration for my participation in this competition, COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD SHOW to the following:

I AGREE that I choose to participate voluntarily in the Competition with my horse, as a rider, driver, handler, lessee, owner, agent, coach, trainer, or as parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor. I am fully aware and acknowledge that horse sports and the Competition involve inherent dangerous risks of accident, loss, and serious bodily injury including broken bones, head injuries, trauma, pain, suffering, or death (“Harm”). I AGREE to release the COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER, AND WYATT PAXTON)

and the Competition from all claims for money damages or otherwise from any Harm to me or my horse and for any Harm caused by me or my horse to others, even if the Harm resulted, directly or indirectly, from the negligence of the COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYNRINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER, AND WYATT PAXTON) or the Competition. I AGREE to expressly assume all risks of Harm to me or my horse, including Harm resulting from the negligence of the COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER AND WYATT PAXTON), or the Competition. I AGREE to indemnify (that is, to pay any losses, damages, or costs incurred by) the COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER AND WYATT PAXTON) and the Competition and to hold them harmless with respect to claims of Harm to me or my horse, and for claims made by others for any Harm caused by me or my horse at the Competition. I have read the COWBOY DRESSAGE® Rules about protective equipment, and I understand that I am entitled to wear protective equipment without penalty (riders age 17and under are required to wear protective head gear while mounted on show grounds) and I acknowledge that the COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE-MOE, GARN WALKER, AND WYATT PAXTON) strongly encourages me to do so while WARNING that no protective equipment can guard against all injuries.


 

Cowboy Dressage® World Release       Page 2 of 2

 

 

If I am a parent or guardian of a junior exhibitor, I consent to the child’s participation and AGREE to all of the above provisions and AGREE to assume all the obligations of this Release on the child’s behalf. I AGREE that “the” COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD AND PARTNERS (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER AND WYATT PAXTON) and “Competition” as used above includes all of their officials, officers, directors, employees, agents, personnel, volunteers and affiliated organizations. I represent that I have the requite training, coaching and abilities to safely compete in this competition.

BY SIGNING BELOW, I AGREE to be bound by all applicable COWBOY DRESSAGE® WORLD LLC (DEBBIE AND EITAN BETH-HALACHMY, LYN RINGROSE MOE, GARN WALKER AND WYATT PAXTON) Rules and all terms and provisions of this entry blank.

Rider (mandatory) Owner (mandatory)

Signature:____________________________ Signature:_______________________________

Print Name:___________________________ Print Name:______________________________

Parent/Guardian Signature: (Required if Rider is a minor)_________________________________________

Print Parent/Guardian Name:_______________________________ Emergency Phone ________________________

Is Rider a U.S. Citizen: _____Yes _____No

In addition to above, the rider/owner is aware that the Top Five of the Top Hand Open Competition will be required to switch horses. This switch will be determined by a draw. Rider and Owner in the open or amateur divisions agree to Release Cowboy Dressage World LLC, Debra and Eitan Beth-Halachmy, Lyn Ringrose Moe, Garn Walker, Wyatt Paxton and Murieta Equestrian Center from any and all liability resulting in injury or death of horse, rider or wrangler during Top Hand Competitions.

Rider (mandatory) Owner (mandatory)

Signature____________________ Date______ Signature________________ Date_____

Print Name___________________ Print Name_______________

Wrangler (mandatory)

Signature___________________ Date_______

Print Name_________________

 

Tuesday
Sep112018

It's Good to Be Bad

by Sue McMurray, 2017 Bad Betty Versatility Champion

I have long admired Betty for her work ethic and willingness to try new disciplines with her horses at any given time. In her 80s, Betty remains as one of the “baddest” senior competitors around, as evidenced by her reserve championship in the 60 and over division at the 2015 Cowboy Dressage World Gathering. Betty is proof that riding is a lifetime sport, and that’s how I view it. That’s why I continue to take lessons, learn new skills, and take on new challenges well into my 50s—but I want to have fun doing it. It’s also why I compete in the Bad Betty Versatility Challenge. It’s really hard, but it’s really fun. The first year I competed in it, I just went for fun. I didn’t prepare very much, and I didn’t get high scores. A few friends commented that they were surprised I didn’t score better, as my horse usually does well in competition. However, the Bad Betty Versatility Challenge is not just a schooling show or a play day where everyone gets a ribbon. You have to earn it, and it’s not easy. Each division has its own level of difficulty, and it was evident to myself that I was unprepared for the level of difficulty I chose. Having a strong competitive streak, I decided to step it up for the 2017 challenge and train for it. I invested in lessons with MM Connections, focusing on liberty and cowboy dressage, which were my weakest elements. I practiced a lot at home. I went to the 2017 challenge ready to give it my best shot. I chose level 2 for liberty and cowboy dressage, and level three for trail. My choices were the right fit for my horse Jacob and me at the time. While I didn’t do everything perfectly, my preparation was solid enough to earn me the highest division scores in liberty and trail, the soft feel award, and the overall high score/Bad Betty Buckle. This year, I am again stepping it up to compete in level 3 in all divisions. I have repeated my investment in lessons with MM Connections and at home practice, participated in a Facebook liberty challenge, and completed the Bad Betty Versatility Challenge Clinic. I may not score as highly as I did last year because there are some areas where Jacob and I are still working to achieve a certain skill level, but that’s ok. I know that our partnership has improved, and that is the real prize.

Friday
Aug032018

Bad Betty Versatility Challenge Entry Forms 2018

Saturday
Mar032018

Not Just Your Usual Clinic Venue - Welcome Home!

As we drive with the sun shining in our windscreen, we see the sign, Welcome Home Ranch, Make Yourself at Home.  What a warm greeting to match the warmth of the Arizona climate.  It’s a beautiful facility for a 5 day Cowboy Dressage clinic, hosted by Sindy Burke.  Sindy’s choice of venue was a complete match for Cowboy Dressage and our culture in more ways than one.  Welcome Home Ranch is also home to the John Volken Academy, which provides people in need with the opportunity to help themselves become successful, contributing members of society.  It was an amazing experience to hear the student’s personal stories and feel the two cultures of Cowboy Dressage and the Academy, both dedicated to helping people be successful, meld together during our time there.

 

The Academy program is modeled after the therapeutic community approach to addiction treatment and the students are enrolled in a highly-structured, long-term, disciplined program designed to retrain how they cognitively deal with challenges and make decisions.  We had the pleasure of meeting and working with several of the young men enrolled.  Students are men 18 years of age and older who make the decision to attend the 2-year program.  They come from a variety of backgrounds and all have their personal story of how addiction affected their lives and how they came to be students at the Academy.  We interacted with them in a variety of ways as they helped us set up and take down the challenge court, cooked and served our lunches, helped with audio/visual set up and troubleshooting, made sure we had what we needed and gave us a tour of the ranch.  Without exception these young men were polite, helpful, hard-working, articulate, clean-cut, open, honest and obviously committed to the program and becoming the best person they can be for themselves, their families, and their community.

 

A Therapeutic Community (TC) goes much further than simply helping individuals stop using drugs and alcohol. The Academy provides a supportive environment where students learn why they used and where they can develop all the tools necessary to stay sober.  The motto of this TC is “each one, teach one”. This implies that individuals assume responsibility not only for their own recovery, but also for the recovery of their peers. They recognize the recovery of each member is related to the recovery of all and conduct themselves accordingly—in turn, reinforcing their own recovery. Personal growth and proper living are achieved by peers serving as role models, providing support through interaction, and confronting each other in group sessions. By doing all of this, participants come to understand and resolve the cause of their addiction and also gain the tools they need to stay sober.

 

The ranch is an equestrian facility catering to horse boarding and special events.  They have four arenas, 120 boarding stalls, a hydro-therapy pool for horses and a feed store.  The students live on-site, manage the facility, help with events and are completely self-sufficient.  Everything about running and maintaining the facility is part of the student’s daily life.  These guys have amazing skills.  They can fabricate a stall panel or a building with their welding expertise, grow, preserve and cook their own food (they have gardens, pigs, steers and chickens), provide customer service and concessions during an event, run tractors, backhoes, and power tools, make their own furniture and carry on a deep and meaningful, honest conversation. These young men are more prepared for life than most young people you meet!

 

Our main go-to guy for the week was Zach.  Zach is 24 years old and has a desire to work in Public Relations.  He has been at the ranch about 16 months and is at the point in the program where he can take online college courses toward his goal.   Going to school is considered a privilege that is earned.   Zach enrolled in the Academy after recognizing that he needed help overcoming drug and alcohol addiction.    Students apply to the ranch and go through an approval process, including approval by the existing community.  They leave their former identity behind, receiving new clothes, a shaved head, removal of piercings, and are required to be clean-shaven every day.  Contact with their former lives, including families, is non-existent the first month.  Cell phones are not allowed.  After a month, the students can begin to write letters, eventually progressing to one phone call a month and finally face-to-face visits.  They begin to discover their new selves with support from their new community of peers, the ranch manager, the program managers and the Academy board members.  Board members generously donate their time to teach the students a variety of skills from sewing to music. Like all students, for the first month he was at the ranch, Zach shadowed an experienced student, learning the work schedule and how to accomplish the variety of tasks, but also learning about expectations.  Each student is called to hold other students accountable and they have group talks 2-3 times per week where all issues are brought up and discussed.  Through this process students learn to hold themselves and others to high standards and how to communicate honestly and openly about problems and find solutions.   As Zach has progressed through the various levels of the program, he has mentored other students, assumed leadership responsibilities in different areas and become a person whom he and others respect.   We enjoyed every moment spent with him as he shared his personal journey, the story of the ranch and Academy, helped us, fed us and made us believers in the program, just as he is.

 

If you’d like to learn more about this life-changing program, please check out their websites at http://welcomehomeranch.com/ or https://www.volken.org/.  The stories these young men share are truly inspirational. 

 

Our week in Arizona was inspiring in so many ways.  Our clinic participants had their own amazing stories to tell and coupled with what we learned about the ranch and students, we felt privileged to be part of it and spend time with these very special people.  Thanks to everyone for your generosity in sharing your journeys!

Tuesday
Jan232018

Schooling Show Class List

Class List – page 1 of 3 – Challenge Court Test 

1              Challenge Walk Walk Test 1 Open

2              Challenge Walk Walk Test 1 Amateur

3              Challenge Walk Walk Test 1 Youth 6-12

4              Challenge Walk Walk Test 1 Youth 13-18

5              Challenge Walk Intermediate Gait Test 1 Open

6              Challenge Walk Intermediate Gait Test 1 Amateur

7              Challenge Walk Intermediate Gait Test 1 Youth 6-12

8              Challenge Walk Intermediate Gait Test 1 Youth 13-18

9              Challenge Walk Jog Test 1 Open

10           Challenge Walk Jog Test 2 Open

11           Challenge Walk Jog Test 3 Open

12           Challenge Walk Jog Test 4 Open

13           Challenge Walk Jog Test 1 Amateur

14           Challenge Walk Jog Test 2 Amateur

15           Challenge Walk Jog Test 3 Amateur

16           Challenge Walk Jog Test 4 Amateur

17           Challenge Walk Jog Test 1 Youth 6-12

18           Challenge Walk Jog Test 2 Youth 6-12

19           Challenge Walk Jog Test 3 Youth 6-12

20           Challenge Walk Jog Test 4 Youth 6-12

21           Challenge Walk Jog Test 1 Youth 13-18

22           Challenge Walk Jog Test 2 Youth 13-18

23           Challenge Walk Jog Test 3 Youth 13-18

24           Challenge Walk Jog Test 4 Youth 13-18

25           Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Open

26           Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Open

27           Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Amateur

28           Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Amateur

29           Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Youth 6-12

30           Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Youth 6-12

31           Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Youth 13-18

32           Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Youth 13-18

33           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Test 2 Open

34           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Test 4 Open

35           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Test 2 Amateur

36           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Test 4 Amateur

37           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Test 2 Youth 6-12

38           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Test 4 Youth 6-12

39           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Test 2 Youth 13-18

40           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Test 4 Youth 13-18

41           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Open

42           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Open

43           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Amateur

44           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Amateur

45           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Youth 6-12

46           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Youth 6-12

47           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Youth 13-18

48           Vaquero Challenge Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Youth 13-18

Class List – page 2 of 3 – Partnership and Walk Jog Test

49           Partnership Lead Line Test 1 Leadline

50           Partnership Lead Line Test 2 Leadline

51           Partnership on the Ground Test 1 Open

52           Partnership on the Ground  Test 2 Open

53           Partnership on the Ground Test 3 Open

54           Partnership on the Ground Test 4 Open

55           Partnership on the Ground Test 1 Amateur 

56           Partnership on the Ground Test 2 Amateur

57           Partnership on the Ground Test 3 Amateur

58           Partnership on the Ground Test 4 Amateur

59           Partnership on the Ground Test 1 Youth 6-12

60           Partnership on the Ground Test 2 Youth 6-12

61           Partnership on the Ground Test 3 Youth 6-12

62           Partnership on the Ground Test 4 Youth 6-12

63           Partnership on the Ground Test 1 Youth 13-18

64           Partnership on the Ground Test 2 Youth 13-18

65           Partnership on the Ground Test 3 Youth 13-18

66           Partnership on the Ground Test 4 Youth 13-18

67          

68           Partnership Under Saddle Open

69           Partnership Under Saddle Walk Walk Test 1 Open

70           Partnership Under Saddle Amateur

71           Partnership Under Saddle Walk Walk Test 1 Amateur

72           Partnership Under Saddle Youth 6-12

73           Partnership Under Saddle Walk Walk Test 1 Youth 6-12

74           Partnership Under Saddle Youth 13-18

75           Partnership Under Saddle Walk Walk Test 1 Youth 13-18

76           Walk Jog Test 1 Open

77           Walk Jog Test 2 Open

78           Walk Jog Test 3 Open

79           Walk Jog Test 4 Open

80           Walk Jog Test 1 Amateur

81           Walk Jog Test 2 Amateur

82           Walk Jog Test 3 Amateur

83           Walk Jog Test 4 Amateur

84           Walk Jog Test 1 Youth 6-12

85           Walk Jog Test 2 Youth 6-12

86           Walk Jog Test 3 Youth 6-12

87           Walk Jog Test 4 Youth 6-12

88           Walk Jog Test 1 Youth 13-18

89           Walk Jog Test 2 Youth 13-18

90           Walk Jog Test 3 Youth 13-18

91           Walk Jog Test 4 Youth 13-18

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92           Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Open

93           Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Open

94           Walk Jog Lope Test 3 Open

95           Walk Jog Lope Test 4 Open

96           Walk Jog Lope Test 5 Open

97           Walk Jog Lope Test 6 Open

98           Walk Jog Lope Test 7 Open

99           Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Amateur

100         Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Amateur

101         Walk Jog Lope Test 3 Amateur

102         Walk Jog Lope Test 4 Amateur

103         Walk Jog Lope Test 5 Amateur

104         Walk Jog Lope Test 6 Amateur

105         Walk Jog Lope Test 7 Amateur

106         Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Youth 6-12

107         Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Youth 6-12

108         Walk Jog Lope Test 3 Youth 6-12

109         Walk Jog Lope Test 4 Youth 6-12

110         Walk Jog Lope Test 5 Youth 6-12

111         Walk Jog Lope Test 6 Youth 6-12

112         Walk Jog Lope Test 7 Youth 6-12

113         Walk Jog Lope Test 1 Youth 13-18

114         Walk Jog Lope Test 2 Youth 13-18

115         Walk Jog Lope Test 3 Youth 13-18

116         Walk Jog Lope Test 4 Youth 13-18

117         Walk Jog Lope Test 5 Youth 13-18

118         Walk Jog Lope Test 6 Youth 13-18

119         Walk Jog Lope Test 7 Youth 13-18

120         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Test 2 Open

121         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Test 3 Open

122         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Test 2 Amateur

123         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Test 3 Amateur

124         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Test 2 Youth 6-12

125         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Test 3 Youth 6-12

126         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Test 2 Youth 13-18

127         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Test 3 Youth 13-18

128         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Lope Test 2 Open

129         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Lope Test 2 Amateur

130         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Lope Test 2 Youth 6-12

131         Gaited Walk Intermediate Gait Lope Test 2 Youth 13-18

132         Freestyle Walk Jog Open

133         Freestyle Walk Jog Lope Open

134         Freestyle Walk Jog Amateur

135         Freestyle Walk Jog Lope Amateur

136         Freestyle Walk Jog Youth 6-12

137         Freestyle Walk Jog Lope Youth 6-12

138         Freestyle Walk Jog Youth 13-18

139         Freestyle Walk Jog Lope Youth 13-18

 

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