BITS Summer Carriage Classic

7th Annual BITS Summer Carriage Classic (SCC) 

 August 27-28, 2016

Ann Councile-Judge     DeDe Bushneck--Judge       Debbie Bevan-TD
2016 Prize List available July 1
Organizer--Jada Neubauer--515-450-4820
Call if you can volunteer.
Sponsorships welcome -- we need your support to continue this show--thank you!!
 
2016 Prize List

Prize List, General Rules and Regulations, and

Tentative Schedule for the

 Summer Carriage Classic

17830 550th ave

Ames, Iowa 50010

 August 27-28, 2016

Skunk River Equine Center


An event recognized by the American Driving Society

 

Sponsored by Best of Iowa in Traces Society

www.bitsiowa.org

2016 Show Officials

 

Judge: Ann Councile

Judge 2: DeDe Bushneck

Technical Delegate: debroah Bevan

Show Organizer: Jada Neubauer Ames, Iowa

Show Secretary: Kathy Kuehl, Ames, Iowa

Announcer: Richard Brown, Liberty, Missouri

Ring Steward: Tom & Debbie Bridges, Nebraska

Paddock Marshalls: Pat Ketterer, Lincoln, Nebraska, Eleanor Eagly, Ames, Iowa

Awards:

Course designers and builders: Jada and Matt Neubauer, Randy Farwell, Debbie and Tom Bridges.

Silent Auction: June Watson

Volunteer Coordinator: Jada Nebuauer

Food Coordinator:  

Fund raising:

Grounds Coordinator: 515-450-4820

Veterinarian: TBD

Medical Emergency: 911; trauma center at the Mary Greely Medical Center is 5 minutes from grounds

Farrier: TBA

 

For questions or more information, contact:

Jada Neubauer, show organizer 515-450-4820 jada@midwest-driving.com

Kathy Kuehl, Show Secretary

 

Secretary's Office will be open 4-6 PM Friday, and at 7:30 AM on Saturday and Sunday, closing at the end of the last class of each day.  The office is located in the Carriage Building, West shop builing

                                                                                                           

Directions to the show grounds: From I-35 Take Exit 116 (E-29) Travel West 1/2 mile, Turn North onto Dayton Ave, Travel 1 mile, Turn West onto 180th st, Travel one mile, turn north onto 550th ave, destination on right (first driveway) 17830 550th ave.

From hwy 69 Turn East onto 180th st, travel 1 mile, turn north onto 550th ave. destination on right (first driveway) 17830 550th ave. Ames, Iowa 50010

 

Lodging: There are many hotels near and in Ames, Iowa. including Super 8, Ames and Story City locations, Econolodge, Gateway Inn, Hilton, Holiday Inn and Suites.

 

The BITS Carriage Classic relies heavily on the generosity of our donors, sponsors and volunteers. Please remember to thank those people and businesses who have given their time and resources so that we may have a place to enjoy our horses and carriages.

 

 

2013 Sponsors

Division Championship=$50

Reserve Champion=$40

Class Sponsor=$30

Volunteer Sponsor=$20

All donations welcome

 


 

 

 

Divisions and Classes Offered

All horses and ponies must be at least three years of age to compete at the Summer Carriage Classic (SCC).

Divisions offered at the SCC See ADS Rules Chapter 13 Article 31:

 

I.          Open Pony, equines 14'2" and under will be combined with Open Horse

 

II.          Open Horse, equines over 14'2" hands; a registered equine in a breed that permits animals 14'2" and under (Morgan, Arab, Quarter Horse to name a few) may show as a horse. Will be combined with Open Pony

 

III.         Novice Driver, Novice - entries are ineligible for Novice classes after winning at least one first

             place ribbon in each of three ADS-recognized and/or USEF-licensed Carriage

             Pleasure driving competitions.

 

IV.        Novice Horse or Pony, Novice- entries are ineligible for Novice classes after winning at least one               

             First place ribbon in each of three ADS-recognized and/or USEF-licensed Carriage

             Pleasure driving competitions. equine has won fewer than three first-place ribbons in ADS competitions

 

V.         Multiples, more than one equine in the turnout.

 

VI.        Junior Driver, a driver who is 18 years of age throughout this year.  See Chapter 3, Article 2(7) of the ADS Rulebook.  All Junior Drivers must wear must wear properly fitted and fastened protective headgear that meets or exceeds current ASTM/SEI standards for equestrian use. See ADS Rulebook, Chapter 5, Article 11.   Drivers under 14 must be accompanied by a knowledgeable adult. 

 

VII.       Small Pony/VSE: Open to all equine 120 cm and under. 

 

VIII.       Marathon type vehicles are acceptable. Drivers are expected to wear pleasure show

attire.

 

IX.        Management will allow wire wheel vehicles for the small ponies and VSE division.

 

Within each division, including the Junior Driver, six classes count toward the division championship:

A.         Turnout

B.         Working

C.         Reinsmanship

D.         Timed Obstacles

E.         Pick Your Route

F.         Pleasure Pace Drive

                       

A championship and reserve championship is awarded in each division, calculated by summing placings in the classes included in the division championship.  Five points are awarded for a first place finish, 4 points for second place, 3 points for third place, 2 points for fourth place, and 1 point for fifth place. In case of a tie the Reinsmanship class will be the deciding placement.

SCC also offers the following other classes:

Gentlemen to Drive, open to any male driver, judged as a Working class

Ladies to Drive, open to any female driver, judged as a Working class

Reverse Psychology, open to any driver

Double Jeopardy, open to any two drivers

Cone Weaving, open to any driver Non ADS

Carriage Dog, open to all drivers. 


 

Abbreviations:

M=Multiples                                          ND=Novice Driver

OPH=Open Pony/Horse                         SPVSE=Small Pony/VSE

JD= Junior Driver

NHP=Novice Horse or Pony                                          

 

Class descriptions

 

Turnout, Reinsmanship, and Working Pleasure

In each of the “arena” or “rail” classes, the horse and driver work both directions of the arena at a walk, slow trot, working trot, and strong trot, and are required to rein back.  Turnout is judged primarily on the overall impression of horse and driver:  condition, fit and appropriateness of harness and vehicle, neatness and appropriateness of attire.   Reinsmanship is judged primarily on the skill and ability of the driver.  Working pleasure is judged primarily on the suitability of the horse to provide a pleasant drive.   Both Ladies to Drive and Gentlemen to Drive are judged as Working Pleasure classes. 

 

Timed Obstacles

Driven over course consisting of up to 20 paired cones.  After crossing the starting line, the driver proceeds through the cones in numerical order to the finish line.   For additional information, see the ADS Rulebook. Chapter 17, Articles 57 and 58. 

 

Pick Your Route

After passing the starting line, the driver proceeds through each obstacle to the designated finish line, choosing his or her own route. Each obstacle is negotiated once and only once, but may be approached from either direction. Course faults are scored as penalty seconds and are added to the driver’s elapsed time. Placings are determined on a low total time basis.  For additional information, see the ADS Rulebook, Chapter 17, Article 58E.

 

Pleasure Drive Pace

To be driven over a marked course of any length.  The mid-point of the course is marked with a “half-way” marker. Drivers are given the distance of the course and the speed they are to drive and must try to come to the finish line exactly on time.  One penalty is assessed for each second too early or too late.  5 penalties for each break in gate to a canter or gallop as defined in Article 28A. Ties: In the event of a tie, the judge shall determine the winner by selecting the horse most suitable to provide a pleasant drive. To be judged on: How close the driver’s time comes to the ideal time. Spares kit is required. For additional information, see the ADS Rulebook Article 68.

 

Reverse Psychology

After passing through the Start markers, all the obstacles shall be driven in the correct sequence. After completing the highest-numbered obstacle, the driver turns and drives that obstacle in the reverse direction and continues to drive all the remaining obstacles in reverse order and in the reverse direction and through the Finish markers where timing will stop. Course faults are scored as penalty seconds and are added to the driver’s elapsed time. Placings are determined on a low total time basis.  For additional information, see the ADS Rulebook, Chapter 17, Article 58D.

 

Gambler's Choice

Driven over a course of unnumbered obstacles, each with a specific point value.  Each driver has the same amount of time to negotiate as many obstacles as possible.  Each obstacle can be driven twice but not in succession.  No obstacle can be re-driven once it has been disturbed unless it is meant to be knocked down.  A signal will sound at the end of the time and the driver must then exit through the finish markers.  If the signal sounds when the driver is committed to an obstacle, the competitor may complete the obstacle and then proceed to the finish marker for total time to be recorded.   For additional information, see the ADS Rulebook, Chapter 17, Article 59C.

 

 

Double Jeopardy

To be driven over a prescribed course of obstacles (paired markers) by an entry with two drivers.  After passing through the Start markers, the first driver proceeds through each obstacle and through the designated Finish markers, for the first course and comes to a halt. The clock will stop until the second driver leaves the box.  The second driver then takes the reins and whip. Only after there is complete control of the reins and whip may the second driver proceed, beginning with the designated Start markers for the reverse course, continuing through the obstacles in reverse order and in the reverse direction and through the designated Finish markers for the reverse course, when the second driver’s time stops. Course faults are scored as penalty seconds and are added to the driver’s elapsed time. Placings are determined on a low total time basis.  For additional information, see the ADS Rulebook, Chapter 17, Article 58C.

 

Cone Weaving

Six markers, set in a straight line, 24 feet apart.  After passing through the Start Markers, the competitor drives around the marker that is furthest from the Start line, in either direction, and proceeds by driving, i.e., weaving, around each marker in the line in alternating directions, turning around the marker closest to the Start Line and weaving back around each marker in alternating directions. After rounding the last marker, the driver must pass thru the Finish markers. Fastest time wins.  Straddling an obstacle marker, regardless of an actual disturbance, will be scored as a dislodgement (5 seconds added to the time).  Cone Weaving is not an ADS event.

 

Egg & Spoon

Driver and a passenger will drive a course of numbered cones; the driver must pass thru the Start and Finish markers to have a complete course.  The passenger will hold a spoon that is provided and an egg will be placed in the spoon before the start for that turnout. The passenger must hold the spoon by the handle.  The spoon’s handle will be marked where the hand is to be placed. The driver will pass through the start and the time begins and they will drive the numbered cones in order while the passenger holds the egg and spoon.  Each cone that they successfully go through will count as 5 points.  If the egg falls from the spoon the time stops.  Fastest time and high point wins for a completed course. If the course is not completed there is no score. Egg and Spoon is not an ADS event.

 

 

Carriage Dog

Judged primarily on suitability of the dog to serve as a companion .To be judged both ways in the arena at a walk, slow trot and working trot.  The dog should be standing, lying down or seated on the vehicle or should run behind, beside or at the axle of the vehicle.  The dog must be under control at all times.  The dog must not be led on the ground from the vehicle or be restrained by being tied to the vehicle, driver or passenger.  The driver should not hold the dog; the dog should not interfere with the driver in any way.  The dog may be of any breed.  To be judged 60% on the suitability of the dog to serve as a companion. 30% on the performance, manners and way of going of the horse(s). 10% on the overall impression of the turnout, including the dog. Entries with a dog clearly not under control may be eliminated. Refer to Article 44.

 

 

 

ENTRIES

To enter the Summer Carriage Classic, use the American Driving Society entry form for Pleasure Driving shows, available at www.americandrivingsociety.org/entry_forms/ADS_PD.pdf, or request a form from the Organizer.  Complete both sides of the entry form, using the numbers of the classes in the following chart for "Entry Class Numbers" and mail, along with a check for the entry, stabling, and other fees, to:

 

                                                           Jada Neubauer

                                                            55065 180th st

                                                            Ames, Iowa 50010

Class numbers for entries:

                                   

No.

Division

Class

No.

Division

Class

10

Open Pony/Horse

Turnout

50

Multiples

Turnout

11

Open Pony/Horse

Working

51

Multiples

Working

12

Open Pony/Horse

Reinsmanship

52

Multiples

Reinsmanship

13

Open Pony/Horse

Timed Obstacles

53

Multiples

Timed Obstacles

14

Open Pony/Horse

Pick Your Route

54

Multiples

Pick Your Route

15

Open Pony/Horse

Pleasure Drive Pace

55

Multiples

Pleasure Drive Pace

20

Small Pony/VSE

Turnout

60

Junior Driver

Turnout

21

Small Pony/VSE

Working

61

Junior Driver

Working

22

Small Pony/VSE

Reinsmanship

62

Junior Driver

Reinsmanship

23

Small Pony/VSE

Timed Obstacles

63

Junior Driver

Timed Obstacles

24

Small Pony/VSE

Pick Your Route

64

Junior Driver

Pick Your Route

25

Small Pony/VSE

Pleasure Drive Pace

65

Junior Driver

Pleasure Drive Pace

30

Novice Driver   

Turnout

 

 

 

31

Novice Driver

Working

1

Gentlemen to Drive

 

32

Novice Driver

Reinsmanship

2

Ladies to Drive

33

Novice Driver

Timed Obstacles

3

Reverse Psychology

34

Novice Driver

Pick Your Route

4


35

Novice Driver

Pleasure Drive Pace

5

Double Jeopardy

40

Novice Horse/Pony

Turnout

6

Cone Weaving (Non-ADS)

41

Novice Horse/Pony

Working

7

Carriage Dog

42

Novice Horse/Pony

Reinsmanship

8


43

Novice Horse/Pony

Timed Obstacles

 

 

44

Novice Horse/Pony

Pick Your Route

 

 

45

Novice Horse/Pony

Pleasure Drive Pace

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


General Rules and Information

 

1.         The Summer Carriage Classic is recognized by the American Driving Society (ADS) and all classes offered are covered by the current rules and specifications of ADS.  All classes, with the exception of Cone Weaving and the Egg and Spoon, will be conducted and judged in accordance with ADS rules.

 

2.         The Show Committee reserves the right to decline any entry and/or return any entry fee before or during the competition without being liable for any compensation. If horses/ponies are entered but not exhibited, entry fees will be forfeited, unless a veterinarian certifies in writing the inability of the animal to perform due to injury, illness, or death. If a competitor is unable to compete because of injury or illness, a physician must certify this in writing as well. In either situation, the statement must be received before August 18, 2016.  Stall fees are refundable with vet certificate or statement of a physician if the statement is received before August 18, 2016.

 

3.         Competitors may stable horses in a portable pen provided the competitor is staying nearby in a tent, trailer or camper.   A $30 fee is charged for working out of a trailer, and there is a $50 deposit to assure that the area is cleaned at the end of the event.  Contact organizer in advance for further information and reservations.  Camping fees apply to trailers with portable pens if electricity is used. 

 

4.         The Show Committee reserves the right to combine or divide classes or divisions, if the number of entries should warrant, and to limit entries if necessary.

 

5.         Junior Division classes will be held in an enclosed arena.           

 

6.         Classes will begin promptly at 8:00 am both days.

 

7.         Entries open July 1, 2016, and close with an August 18th postmark. 

 

8.         There will be no additions to classes or divisions after the Secretary's office closes on Friday, August 26 unless there is approval from the show committee.

           

9.         Competitors may enter classes in different divisions, but should recognize that cross-entering may be difficult because of the class schedule.

 

10.        All classes in all divisions will be held on grass. Pleasure Drive Pace will follow a numbered course around the grounds. 

 

11.        FEES:

 


                Entries are $13 per class except $10 for Cone Weaving,  and Carriage Dog classes.  Post entries are $20 per class and will be accepted up until the secretary's office closes on Friday.

 


 

               Stalls are $65 with first bedding (1 bag of shavings) included.   Additional bedding may be purchased for $8.00 per bag.. Stalls will be assigned.  NO STRAW IS ALLOWED.

 

               Those competing in the multiples class, stalls will be $35 per horse/pony and will receive 1 bag of shavings included per multiple turnout.  One horse/pony to a stall.  Stalls will be assigned.

 

               Working out of trailer with a pen is $30 for the first animal and $10 for each additional animal.  Hauling in an animal and working out of trailer is $20 per day.  Area deposit is required in both cases of $50 to ensure clean up of area.

 

               There is a $50 deposit for each stall or area on which a horse or horses are penned.  The deposit is returned if the area is left clean.

 

               Tack stalls are $60 for the weekend, depending on availability and must be asked for when entry is submitted.  This is on a first come, first serve basis.

 

               Camping is $30 if available.  Primitive camping is free.

 

               Saturday evening dinner is $20 & $10 for children 16 and under. Reservations and payment must be included with the entry or reserved from organizer by August 20, 2018.  No exceptions.

 

               Box lunches are available Saturday and Sunday for $6; box lunches must be ordered when checking in.

 


11.        Stabling is in permanent 12X12 and 10x10 stalls.Also some panel 12x12 stalls available.  Carriages may be stored inside the Arena of big Horse Barn. Stabling opens Thursday at noon; check with Organizer if arriving before Thursday noon or staying over Sunday evening.

                       

12.        Ribbons will be awarded to five competitors in each class.  There are no cash prizes.

 

13.        All classes except Pleasure Pace Drive will take place in the grass arenas.  Times will be assigned.  Look for postings.

 

14.        All courses are to be driven at a trot/walk.  Cantering is not allowed and may be penalized. 

 

15.        Tentative course maps will be available Friday at approximately 5 p. m. at the Secretary’s office in the BINGO building but will not become official until final inspection by show officials. There will be a Question & Answer session Friday evening at 5:00 PM in the main arena, followed by a welcome wine and cheese party.   All competitors are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting. There will be no official course walk but courses will be open to walk as schedule permits.   Horses are only allowed on the courses when they are competing.

 

16.       

 

17.        All pertinent information will be reviewed, and if necessary, distributed, at the Question & Answer session Friday at 5:00 p. m. Any last minute revisions will be announced at this time as well. It is your responsibility to attend this session because the information only will be presented once. It is your responsibility to follow ADS rules and Farm rules.

 

18.        Yield to pedestrians. The fairgrounds are open to the public throughout the weekend and many people will be coming to see the horses and carriages.  However, many visitors DO NOT UNDERSTAND horse behavior, so drivers are to use EXTREME caution while traveling in areas where there are visitors. Many visitors will ask questions of drivers about their horses, carriages, and the show, so this will be a great opportunity to promote carriage driving to the general public and give them a glimpse of another time.  Competitors in the Summer Carriage Classic are NOT allowed to give rides to the general public. If anyone rides in your carriage, including anyone in your entourage, you must have a written release, signed by each person riding or around your horse or carriage, on file with the Show Secretary prior to the ride.

 

19.        All drivers may be subject to a safety check by show officials.  See Chapter 5, Article 5.2.

 

20.        Animals must be sound and in good health. ALL horses must present a health certificate (within 30 days of the show) and a negative Coggins within 12 months of the show. A copy of the Coggins must be sent with the show entry. Health certificates are to be presented upon arrival. Failure to provide required health papers for competing horses may result in losing the privilege to show and all paid fees will be forfeited. 

 

21.        Dogs are welcomed at this show if they and their owners are good citizens.  Others may be asked to leave. Please clean up after your dogs.  Dogs are to be on a leash or in a crate at all times.  Owners who allow dogs to run off leash may be fined $50.00 per occurrence.  The dog will be kept in the office for you to retrieve and pay the fine.  Dogs on a leash mean that a responsible person is holding onto the leash. Remember!  The behavior of your animals and the consequences of their actions are your responsibility.

 

22.        Bridles should be adjusted to fit snugly to prevent catching on a vehicle or other pieces of harness. A bridle with reins attached and passed through the saddle terrets must be in place whenever a horse is put to a vehicle. Failure to comply will result in elimination for the remainder of the show.

 

24.        Horses / ponies are not to be tied up or left unattended in any way while they are put to vehicles. Failure to comply will incur elimination for the remainder of the show.

 

25.        All drivers shall be members of the American Driving Society or pay a $30 non-member fee, which DOES NOT PROVIDE INSURANCE COVERAGE.

 

26.        Only licensed drivers are allowed to drive any motorized vehicle.

 

27.        Remember, safety is everyone's concern at all times!

 

 

 

See tentative schedule below.

 

 

Tentative Schedule

All Times are Approximate—Please be prepared to enter ring early.

If we are ahead of schedule we will keep going.  Please be ready.

Times will be assigned for some classes.  Check the boards!

 


Saturday, August 23, 2014

 

Grass Arena 1, 8:00 AM                       

OPH     Turnout

JD        Turnout                        

NH/P    Turnout

ND       Turnout

P/VSE  Turnout

M         Turnout

 

Gentlemen to Drive

Ladies to Drive

 

Break

 

Grass Arena 2, 10:00 AM

Pick Your Route, all divisions

 

Grass Arena 1, 11:00 AM

Carriage Dog Class

           

Grass Arena 3, 11:30 AM

Reverse Psychology

 

12:00-12:30 Lunch             

 

Grass Arena 1, 12:35 PM

NH/P    Working Pleasure

P/VSE  Working Pleasure

M         Working Pleasure

ND       Working Pleasure

OPH     Working Pleasure

JD        Working Pleasure

           

 

Grass Arena 2, 2:15 PM


 

3:15 Break

 

Grass Arena 1, 3:15 p.m.

Double Jeopardy

 

Grass Arena 1, 4:00 p.m.

Ride and Drive

 Big Barn in Arena, 6:30 PM Dinner

 

 

Sunday, August 24, 2014

 

Pleasure Drive Pace Course, 8:00 AM

 

Pleasure Drive Pace, all divisions

 

Grass Arena 3, 9:30 AM

 

Cone Weaving

 

Break

 

Grass Arena 2, 10:10 AM

 

Timed Obstacles – all divisions

 

Grass Arena 1, 11:10 PM

 

JD        Reinsmanship

ND       Reinsmanship

NH/P    Reinsmanship

OPH     Reinsmanship

P/VSE  Reinsmanship

M         Reinsmanship

 

 

1:00-1:40 Lunch

 

Awards Ceremony, Approx.: 1:40 PM

 

 

           

 

 
 
 
2013 Results:


14 - Junior Driver - Pick Your Route


3 63 - Keegan Rhinehart
2 82 - Beth Dahlberg
1 83 - Luke Dahlberg



14 - Open Pony - Pick Your Route


3 60  Dr. Joan Kepros
2 81  Gene Rhinehart
1 88  Jada Neubauer



34 - Novice Driver - Pick Your Route


4 97 - Mike Curtis
3 96 - Wendy Leffingwell
2 70 - Abigail Simmons
1 67 - Cherrie Rose



44 - Novice Horse/Pony - Pick Your Route


3 61 - Gail Thomas
2 79 - Charla Stickland
1 75 - Joe Boeser



24 - Open Horse - Pick Your Route


5 78 - Laurie Renda
4 72 - Noah White
3 62 - Jerry Rozeboom
2 74 - Edna Oakley
1 77 - Dave Dunn



74 - Small Pony/VSE - Pick Your Route


5 64 - Linda Schutte
4 65 - Wayne Schutte
3 86 - Jeff Hughes
2 71 - Grace White
1 69 - Margie Gettelman



54 - Multiples - Pick Your Route


3 76 - Sheila Purdum
2 99 - Luke Dahlberg
1 94 - Vicki Nelson Bodoh



03 - Reverse Psychology


5 61 - Gail Thomas
4 72 - Noah White
3 70 - Abigail Simmons
2 86 - Jeff Hughes
1 71 - Grace White



04 - Gambler's Choice


5 74 - Edna Oakley
4 61 - Gail Thomas
3 69 - Margie Gettelman
2 64 - Linda Schutte
1 75 - Joe Boeser



05 - Double Jeopardy


5 63 - Keegan Rhinehart
4 70 - Abigail Simmons
3 77 - Dave Dunn
2 97 - Mike Curtis
1 72 - Noah White



08 - Egg and Spoon


5 63 - Keegan Rhinehart
4 96 - Wendy Leffingwell
3 70 - Abigail Simmons
2 85 - Mickey Hansen
1 72 - Noah White


BITS SCC 2013 Results



15 - Open Pony - Pleasure Drive Pace


3 88 - Jada Neubauer
2 81 - Gene Rhinehart
1 60 - Dr. Joan Kepros



25 - Open Horse - Pleasure Drive Pace


5 78 - Laurie Renda
4 74 - Edna Oakley
3 62 - Jerry Rozeboom
2 72 - Noah White
1 77 - David Dunn



35 - Junior Driver - Pleasure Drive Pace


5 92 - Hannah Schwickerath
4 87 - Molly Neubauer
3 63 - Keegan Rhinehart
2 82 - Beth Dahlberg
1 83 - Luke Dahlberg



35 - Novice Driver - Pleasure Drive Pace


3 67 - Cherrie Rose
2 70 - Abigail Simmons
1 96 - Wendy Leffingwell



45 - Novice Horse/Pony - Pleasure Drive Pace


5 89 - Teresa DeVries
4 68 - Loren Gettelman
3 79 - Charla Stickland
2 61 - Gail Thomas
1 75 - Joe Boeser



75 - Small Pony/VSE - Pleasure Drive Pace


5 91 - Sheila Mathison
4 64 - Linda Schutte
3 66 - Terry Hooten
2 71 - Grace White
1 65 - Wayne Schutte



55 - Multiples - Pleasure Drive Pace


4 73 - Theresa Burns
3 94 - Vicki Nelson Bodoh
2 76 - Sheila Purdum
1 99 - Luke Dahlberg



06 - Cone Weaving


5 74 - Edna Oakley
4 80 - Sue Siemonsma
3 89 - Teresa DeVries
2 86 - Jeff Hughes
1 61 - Gail Thomas





63 - Junior Driver - Timed Obstacles


4 87 - Molly Neubauer
3 82 - Beth Dahlberg
2 63 - Keegan Rhinehart
1 83 - Luke Dahlberg



13 - Open Pony - Timed Obstacles


3 60 - Dr. Joan Kepros
2 81 - Gene Rhinehart
1 88 - Jada Neubauer



33 - Novice Driver - Timed Obstacles


4 80 - Sue Siemonsma
3 96 - Wendy Leffingwell
2 67 - Cherrie Rose
1 70 - Abigail Simmons



53 - Multiples - Timed Obstacles


4 73 - Theresa Burns
3 76 - Sheila Purdum
2 94 - Vicki Nelson Bodoh
1 99 - Luke Dahlberg





43 - Novice Horse/Pony - Timed Obstacles


5 68 - Loren Gettlelman
4 89 - Teresa DeVries
3 61 - Gail Thomas
2 75 - Joe Boeser
1 79 - Charla Stickland



73 - Small Pony/VSE - Timed Obstacles


5 86 - Jeff Hughes
4 90 - Robin Mathison
3 69 - Margie Gettelman
2 85 - Mickey Hansen
1 71 - Grace White



23 - Open Horse - Timed Obstacles


3 74 - Edna Oakley
2 62 - Jerry Rozeboom
1

72 - Noah White

 



CHAMPIONSHIPS




















Open Pony Division (3-way tie/Reinsmanship decided)








RESERVE CHAMPION:  Dr. Joan Kepros

CHAMPION:   Jada Neubauer


















Open Horse Division (2-way tie/Reinsmanship decided)








RESERVE CHAMPION:  Jerry Rozeboom

CHAMPION:  Dave Dunn



















Novice Driver Division (2-way tie/Reinsmanship decided)








RESERVE CHAMPION:   Abigail Simmons

CHAMPION:   Wendy Leffingwell


















Novice Horse/Pony Division










RESERVE CHAMPION:  Charla Stickland

CHAMPION:   Joe Boeser



















Multiples Division












RESERVE CHAMPION:   Sheila Purdum

CHAMPION:  Luke Dahlberg


















Junior Driver Division











RESERVE CHAMPION:   Keegan Rhinehart
CHAMPION:   Beth Dahlberg


















Small Pony/VSE Division











RESERVE CHAMPION:  Wayne Schutte

CHAMPION:   Grace White



















MORGAN





HIGH POINT AWARD:  Dr. Joan Kepros

















AMERICAN MINIATURE HORSE






HIGH POINT AWARD:  Sheila Purdum

 

2013 Sponsors
Division Championship=$50
Reserve Champion=$40
Class Sponsor=$30
Volunteer Sponsor=$20
All donations welcome!
 
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Teaming Up To Drive-  
          Theresa Burns
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           Iowa Valley Carriage
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Dragon's Lair
Joan Kepros

Mike Rider            

Tom & Debbie Bridges

Jim & Gail Thomas              

Lori Schoenhard

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photography.com  

Laurie Renda

Wrightway Trailers www.wrightwaytrailers.com/

David & Pam Dunn              

Mobile Weld, Inc.

Jerry Rozeboom                   

Terry Hooten 

Theresa Burns  

Gene & Katy Rhinehart

Mike & Marcia Petersen

 Kansas City Club


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Kate Rhinehart,
Jul 10, 2013, 7:53 AM