Discussion in 'Horse Showing and Events' started by Showtiime, Oct 21, 2011.
Thankyou! He placed 3rd in the Stallion 4-6 class so not bad at all really
There were quite a few scratchings in the purebreds. There were only 4 younger stallions I think. And the order they were called is not necessarily the order they were placed in although often was with the first finalist called being 3rd place. In some classes where everyone was sashed (ie trot and head) the finalists were definitely in no particular order
You've only listed results from 25 classes there
6 were entered with one scratched, so 5 in the class. there were two finalist places given.
Can someone kindly explain to mum and I how the whole 'finalist' thing works? We are way out of date with the arab shows haha
So do they award to 3rd place and then the rest are given finalist placings or...?
from what I saw...Champ and res and then x amount of finalists depending on how many entries. Their is no 3rd and finalists are not in order of preference. Not sure on how many entries to how many finalists though. I know not all entries in quality head /trot were awarded as finalists on saturday
Wow what a long weekend but had so much fun and such a great run show big congrats to the committee and organises such a fantasic job!!
I took Remaani Lodge Iced Gold (kylie has put some pics up of the little spunky dude)
finalist in male trot and head. Just done them for the experiance but omg did he trot out amzing so pleased with him.
and then ended up with State champion Junior Partbred!! Against lovely babies all of them in that class i could of takn home am so proud of the guy he just blows me away with the results he gets everytime we go out i forget hes not even 1 yet!!
I also took my gorgeous girl Highfield Ophellea (Ruby) she is the light of my life such an amazing girl just love her to bits and her results are:
State Champ Partbred mare 4yr and ova
State champ Deriv shown by an Amateur
State champion ridden partbed mare
State champion Bridle path hack ridden by an amateur
State champion show hunter ridden by an amateur
Res state champ Bridle path Hack
Res state champ Amateur owner rider
Finalist show Hunter
Finalist arab deriv mare
finalist in her Dressage 6th out of 13 i think only our 2nd test eva and first in that arena (pot plants are extremely scary by the way) haha
So as u can see we did AMAZING!! Am the proudest mummy in the world!! Also like to thank Lucy for being my helper all weekend and Chris Lamber for not only being the best trainer and instructor but a great friend as well. Also sarah and Steve Muco for doing such an amazing job showing and helping me out whenever i need it!! Am still on cloud 9 today and my gorgeous girl is now on a well deserved spell till next year Congrats to everyone on all your results was some really outstanding horses there this weekend and in each class were some really amzing competition which just makes the results so much better!! Will try put some pics up soon )
I see how it works now!
We weren't actually there, we are just going off what we heard from the owner about him placing third. Haha
Even so, it doesnt really matter to us, as you can probably tell, we breed for endurance not show our big bulky crabbets would look funny against all the Egyptians in the ring!
There is a formula for the number of finalist ribbons given. It is based on the Australian Champs formula, but a little bit more generous to account for our 'regional' status - and it depends on the number of entries, not on the number that show up in the class.
We also made sure that all of our youth competitors got at least one finalist ribbon, so all the competitors in the youth handler class and the rider classes - (where the handler or rider were being judged, not the horse) regardless of the number of competitors.
Thanks to one of our wonderful sponsors - our Junior Judges and Young adult judges got a gorgeous chocolate bouquet of Chuppachups, with enough left over to give the youth that hung in there til the very end (even though the ponies were just about asleep) a lollipop or two.
Mirawee, not all the competitors were sashed in Head and Trot on the Saturday I've been thinking about that for the last two days...because I was wondering how a horse gets State Champion in it's class (large class btw) and then not even get sashed Finalist in trot AND head ';' I'm never going to understand Judges, am I?
My girl Highfield Ophellea
Pic by sharron veccia
Pic taken by Liz shaw
Lookn pretty for dressage
Spunky boy Remaani lodge iced gold
Our winning for the day not the best pic of my phone
Sorry if there huge photobucket keeps freezing so though I'd just put them up anyway as we all love pics
probably because they were judged by different judges...and their is more to a horse than its head and trot
We had such a fun weekend, it was great to catch up with everyone again )
It was a long weekend, but the timetable made it much easier - a big thumbs up to WAAHA who did a great job *
I must say a big thanks to Mel at Magic Browbands - it was great to catch up again and well done with Fanty! And of course Paula at Hishine, Jadelise, Sarah and Steve Muco and everyone else who helped all weekend.
Pembrooke Park Princeton's and my results were:
State Champion Anglo Gelding 4+
State Champion Ridden Anglo Gelding
State Champion Derivative Ridden by AO
State Champion Derivative Prelim Dressage
State Champion Derivative Novice Dresaage (=1st)
Overall State Champion Derivative Dressage Horse
State Champion AO Rider 18-25yrs
State Champion Adult Judging
Res State Champ AO Bridle Path Hack
Congratulations to everyone for their results. There were some lovely horses there
no prob for the pics kelly, i think she stunning with that bling, and ssph i took couple pics saturday of costume which one was urs
Damn missed some *#) have updated them now... also could not count was 38 classes we entered horses in.
In the end our horses placed in 29 of the 31 classes that they contested. We withdrew from 7 classes as we felt the horses had had enough by that stage (so had the riders)
If it was in the native costume then the cream one, on grey horse, if it was the evening class the green costume *
Wow sarah king looks magnificent, huge congratulations
I am going up to visit his bub on the weekend at vix's, very excited
Well done everyone!!
Some fantastic results here
Here are some pictures of Princeton's and Folklore's friendship
And some others
Wattle, I specifically said purebreds I was stewarding so know what was given out. There were a lot of scratchings in quite a few classes. I can only remember 3 or 4 stallions in the younger senior class but it was a long day LOL