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Year End Award Rules

 

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Effective December 1, 2015

 

                                 

Unless otherwise noted below,all Recognized Divisions are eligible for Year-End High Score Awards.  

1. The division must be held at a minimum of four shows during the show year with at least three eligible entries competing in and completing each class at each show.However, in order for Year End High Score Awards to be made, the following minimum levels of participation must be met: 

2. Each class will stand on its own with a minimum of three entries needed to compete and complete (show and place) the class for points to be awardedsion must be held at a minimum of four shows during the show year with at least three eligible entries competing in and completing each class at each show.

3. A horse or rider must compete at a minimum of four shows during the show year in the specified division, and when they compete the division or the individual class must be eligible to receive points (i.e. must have at least the minimum number of entries required for points) even if the horse or rider wins none of those points. 
 
4. In order to accumulate points, horses/ponies must be recorded with the CHJA and the owner/lessor must be a member in good standing. Equitation classes award points to the rider who must also be a CHJA member in good standing.

5. A minimum of 50 points must be accrued in a division in order to receive a Year End Award or Ribbon

6. There will be 5 Levels of Awards for Year End Champions based on point accumulation.

 Level 1 Champion: 400 points or more: Monogrammed CHJA Cooler

 Level 2 Champion: 300-399 points: Monogrammed CHJA Scrim Sheet 
       
 Level 3 Champion: 200-299 points: Leather Halter with Brass Plate and Lead

 Level 4 Champion: 100-199 points: Leather Lead

 Level 5 Champion: Less than 100 points will be awarded a gift to be selected by the Awards Committee

7. All Reserve Champions will be awarded a gift to be selected by the Awards Committee.

8.  In bestowing year-end awards, the CHJA reserves the right to expand the number of places awarded in any performance division or to combine performance divisions that are normally split during the show year in order to ensure a minimum of six year-end award recipients. For example, Amateur Owner Hunters (under/over 35) and Adult Hunters (over/under 35) could be combined if recipients were fewer than six in either of the uncombined divisions. 

9. Leadline
-All competitors who have accumulated 20 points in leadline classes will be eligible for a year end recognition award. 

Riders obtaining 20 points are still eligible to compete in these leadline classes. 

Classes in this division are not subject to the points multiplier for number of entries, so all placings will receive single points. 

Only (1) entrant is required to complete in and complete (show and place) the class for points to be awarded.

There is no minimum show requirement for this division. 

10.  Walk Trot Equitation-All riders who accumulate 50 points in recognized Walk Trot Equitation classes will receive a year end recognition award. 

Riders obtaining 50 points are still eligible to compete in these walk trot classes. 

Classes in this division are not subject to the points multiplier for number of entries, so all placings will receive single points. 

Only (1) entrant is required to complete in and complete (show and place) the class for points to be awarded.

There is no minimum show requirement for this division. 
 

 


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