|Posted by carousel1093 on October 28, 2012 at 10:30 PM||comments (3)|
Collectibility will be judged at the same time as Breed for All OF Halter classes. You MUST provide documentation on Each model placed on the table for that model to be judged for Collectibility. Provide the judge with as much information as possible about the model keeping this info within a 8.5" x 11" area. Information about your models can be found at http://identifyyourbreyer.com/ or http://www.stonehorseref.com/. Models without documentation Will NOT be considered for Collectibility.
Workmanship is also be judged at the same time as Breed in the AR Halter & CM Halter classes as well, BUT no documentation is required (please, do not display sculptors, painters, etc. of models).
|Posted by carousel1093 on October 28, 2012 at 10:30 PM||comments (0)|
If you assign an "odd" or "lesser known" BREED to your model, DOCUMENTATION should be provided that gives the breed characteristics, coat colors or patterns & any other information that would justify the breed assignment. This info should be kept within a 8.5" x 11" area. Pictures are a plus. This is also a good rule of thumb for models with 'odd or different' coat colors or markings - Show the judge pictures of 'real' horses featuring theses characteristics.
|Posted by carousel1093 on October 28, 2012 at 10:25 PM||comments (0)|
Had a few requests for the "Pay to Play" extra entry - There are limits on the number of entries allowed for each class in each division - Many shows are allowing participants who have more than the number allowed to PAY an extra fee to allow them to enter MORE horses in certain classes - WE WILL DO THIS AS WELL! Contestants may enter MORE than the limited number of horses in a class by PLACING $1 next to EACH EXTRA HORSE. These funds will go toward show expenses!