Discussion in 'Horse Showing and Events' started by Yarraman, Dec 31, 2009.
*banging head on wall***) It is my "peeve" people going in wrong classes...check with the show organisers and your breed society
You got a pm.....
We hope to go but have no idea who with :confused::confused:
Ok thankyou goodie lol
This is my first time showing this particular horse since umm... 2006? & will be my first time with APSB rego so I get a little confused with all the dif society rules, well really I know MY societies rules its everyone elses that confuse me lol
Might drag an arab along to this show again... when will program be up on cav?
When they decide to upload/update their website lol
its on cav
Nanna is to dumb for that
I will be there but not showing...2nd summer show in 2yrs i have missed..:-(
ok need help i have a paint bred but am not sure if i can enter him in combined broken colour??
only if he is registered with them It is a society* http://www.freewebs.com/combinedbrokencolouredhorsesociety/index.htm
I need help too and sorry if it's a silly ? but are the stock horse classes in ring 7 for the breed Australian Stock horse or is it for "of stockhorse type?
I know I can take lynx in the quarter horse classes (pretty obvious lol) but was'nt sure what the stock horse classes were about.
Can anyone help me here?
Also, what do I do with his mane. It was hogged for him to go campdrafting but really want to grow it out and it is now about 4cm long and spiky. do I leave it or rehog it ( so don't want to)?
for registered Australian Stock Horses*
Not going to this one
Just a quick question then.
I have a paint yearling. I am waiting on his papers from the APHA.
Is he only eligble to compete in combined broken colour classes if i register him with them also?
That would be right Dakota, the combined broken colour class is for horses registered with the combined broken colour society, its not an open colour class. You could probably register you horse Pinto and show in those classes too.
Alright, thanks for clearing that up
I personally would rehog it if it is too short to band and gel down. You always see some of the 'working' quarter horses with hogged manes at the bigger 'A' and 'AA' class shows and it is permitted (not preferred) by the AQHA.......so he should not be marked down for it.
We will not have an 'ideal' mane on Zophia for this show either. Hers will be too long as we need as much length as possible for the pally states later in the month.
maybe try start putting a neck rug on him so it starts to stay down and the night before put a skinnyhood on him with a bit of pro plaits it it so it stays down on his neck then you wont have to hog it and you could prob even band it i have seen some really short manes banded it might help to keep the mane down to