A-Class Show A-Class shows are for finely tuned, high-performance horses. They are graded on conformation just as much as performance. Each A-Class show requires at least 2 drawings. The first drawing is to evaluate the horses conformation and insure they are fit for competition, and the drawings after that are the competition images. These shows have a higher purse wining.DivisionsCombined drivingClassesDriven Dressage DressageClassesGrand Prix Endurance ridingClassesEndurance Riding EventingClassesDressage Cross Country Show Jumping Steeplechase Endurance *Eventing is a combination of these courses, and not individual courses Show JumpingClassesGrand Prix B-Class Show B-Class shows are performance based shows, where conformation & movement is only taken into consideration while preforming a specific task. B-Class shows only require one image for each division you enter. They do not have a conformation image requirement, however they are graded on their form during the event.DivisionsCombined drivingClassesMarathon Obstacle Cone Driving DressageClassesIntermediare II Endurance ridingClassesCompetitive Trail Riding EventingClassesDressage Cross Country Show Jumping *Eventing is a combination of these courses, and not individual courses Show JumpingClassesGrand Prix C-Class Show C-Class shows are Conformation shows. Horses are graded against one another and evaluated based on idea sport horse standards as well as pattern. Different shows will require different images, some may be standing still, some may be in motion. Classes are divided up between Genders and Patterns.D-Class ShowD-Class shows are "mini" shows (equal to a Local Show). Owners are able to gain points, training, and experience from attending these shows. The minimum requirement for Mini Shows is a head shotDivisionsE-Class ShowE-Class shows are for evaluation purposes only. These shows will grade horses for registration.Divisions
This club accepts HARPG and Non-HARPG members, as long as... Horse is Pinto, Appaloosa, or Pintaloosa Colored. Horse is of Warmblood or Sport Horse Build
A Horse of Color Is defined as a horse showing, Tobiano, Frame, Splashed White, Dominate White, Sabino, Appaloosa patterns, or a combination of any of these white patterns. The patterns must be realistic or they will not be accepted.
Do you accept Fantasy Breeds? We do, if they meet the two requirements. It is alright if they have unrealistic markings, however their Pattern (Pinto/Appaloosa) must be more present then their fantasy pattern.