NEW PCHA Horsemanship Medal For Riders 18-34


Pacific Coast Horse Shows Association is thrilled to announce the new PCHA Adult Horsemanship 18-34. This class is designed as an intermediate equitation class for riders 18-34 who are current PCHA members as well as their trainer. To be held over a course of at least eight fences 3’3″ in height. Hunter-type fences are encouraged. One (1) combination must be included and at least two (2) changes of direction with two (2) tests (USEF 1-18) included as part of the original course. No work-off is required, but further testing is at the judge’s discretion. To fill a class, three (3) competitors must complete the course. If there are not three (3) entries, it may be combined with the 35 & Over Horsemanship or the 14 & Under Horsemanship. 12 points will qualify a rider for the Finals. When the class is combined with 14 & Under, the highest placing Amateur will receive 1st place points, the second highest will get 2nd place points. When combined with the 35 & Over, the highest 18-34 rider will receive 1st place points, the second highest 18-34 rider will receive 2nd place points. The point scale will be as follows

5 or more entries  12, 8, 6, 4, 2

4 entries           8, 6, 4, 2

3 entries            4, 2, 1

Qualifying classes start this week for the 2018 Finals! Classes will be offered this week at The Flintridge Autumn Classic and The Sacramento International Welcome Week.

2017 PCHA Horsemanship Champions Lauren Morlock and Breanna Bunevacz. PC Captured Moment Photography


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