2019 Syndicate Standings

Updated July 21, 2019

What’s a Syndicate Sponsorship? Click here to find out!

Ranking . Syndicate Name Amount Raised

1st

$975

2nd

$475

3rd

get-curly $235

4th

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5th

arabians-rule-logo $125

 

TIP Classes and High Point Awards

Thoroughbred High Points to be awarded at the SAFE Show

Thoroughbred owners can compete for special Thoroughbred high point awards, thanks to the Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program and Emerald Downs’ Prodigious Fund! Thoroughbred high points come with ribbons and prizes supplied by the Jockey Club’s TIP program and prize money donated by The Prodigious Fund! If you ride a mighty OTTB, come to the SAFE show and let us see what you and your horse can do! Our show is sanctioned by the Thoroughbred Exhibitors Association and points earned at the SAFE Show count toward TBEA year end awards, as well as national TIP awards.

Grand Champion: High Point Thoroughbred Overall — $TBD Prize Money
Points earned in any class count toward this award, with points earned in classes 7, 26, 41, 57, 77, and 92 counting double.

Thoroughbred In Hand High Point — $TBD Prize Money
Points earned in the following classes count toward this award:
7. English Halter, Thoroughbred
57. Western Halter, Thoroughbred
Trails, In Hand
200–202 NAWD Six Feet on the Ground

Junior Thoroughbred Rider High Point — $TBD Prize Money
Rider 17 or younger. Points earned in any class count toward this award, with points earned in classes 7, 26, 41, 57, 77, and 92 counting double.

High Point Green Thoroughbred — $TBD Prize Money
Horse must have been raced within the past two years. Points earned in any class count toward this award, with points earned in classes 7, 26, 41, 57, 77, and 92 counting double.

English Pleasure Thoroughbred High Point— $TBD Prize Money
Junior Rider English Pleasure Thoroughbred High Point— $TBD Prize Money
Points earned in any English rail class count toward this award, with points earned in classes 7, 26, and 41 counting double. Junior riders are 17 or younger.

Western Pleasure Thoroughbred High Point— $TBD Prize Money
Junior Rider Western Pleasure Thoroughbred High Point— TBD Prize Money
Points earned in any Western rail or ranch riding class count toward this award, with points earned in classes 57, 77, and 92 counting double. Junior riders are 17 or younger.

Low Hunter High Point — $TBD Prize Money
Thoroughbred with the highest point total in a single Hunter division 2′ or under. Handy Hunter round will break ties.

High Hunter High Point— $TBD Prize Money
Thoroughbred with the highest point total in the 2’3″-2’6″ Hunter division. Handy Hunter round will break ties.

Dressage
Dressage Overall High Score, Thoroughbred— $TBD Prize Money
Intro Level Dressage High Score, Thoroughbred— $TBD Prize Money
Training Level Dressage High Score, Thoroughbred— $TBD Prize Money
First Level Dressage High Score, Thoroughbred— $TBD Prize Money
Second Level & Up Dressage High Score, TB— $TBD Prize Money
Western Dressage High Score, Thoroughbred— $TBD Prize Money
Eventing Dressage High Score, Thoroughbred— $TBD Prize Money
Musical Freestyle High Score, Thoroughbred— $TBD Prize Money
Young Horse Dressage High Score— $TBD Prize Money

 

The Jockey Club’s Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.) requires that the winners of all the classes and awards must have a T.I.P. Number or fill out a T.I.P. Eligibility Form (in lieu of a T.I.P. Number)

For eligibility questions please contact Jet Parrett at  horseshowjet@hotmail.com

Thanks for continuing to support the local Thoroughbred community.

 

 

No Horse? No Problem!

The 3rd Annual SAFE Hobby Horse Challenge, presented by Mt Rainier Equine Veterinary!

Polish up your boots, practice your gaits and get ready to compete in the world’s newest equestrian sport: Hobby Horsing! Don’t have a horse of your own? Hobby Horses are affordable and require much less care than a “real” horse. Plus, no manure!!

This year, Hobby Horse riders will compete on an expanded Hobby Horse Trail Course, with 5-7 obstacles to maneuver. The horse and rider who complete the course with the best form, willingness, and harmony will be crowned the winners. But creativity will also be rewarded!! Earn extra points by designing or decorating your Hobby Horse, coming up with a great team name for you and your horse, or making the audience laugh with your humorous antics.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own hobby horses, but we will have a stable of trusty steeds for use at the show. Entrants must create a fictional name for themselves and their hobby horse. All participants will get a ribbon. Two divisions: 17 and under, 18 and over.

It’s the most fun you’ll have on two legs. This year’s Hobby Horse Challenge participants will compete on Saturday 8/3 starting at 4pm in the Main Arena. Click here to sign up for the Hobby Horse Challenge!