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  EQUINE HEALTH REQUIREMENTS

Cactus Reining Classic and Brumley Management Group are always concerned with the health of our equine contestants. Due to the increase in Vesicular Stomatitis in horses across the country, the following is required to obtain entrance to the show grounds. All trailers will be stopped at the barn check in point. Health papers must be presented to inspector and all horses will be looked at inside the trailers before access is granted into the barns.

*ALL ARIZONA STATE HORSES: Negative Coggins test within 12 months.

*OUT OF STATE HORSES: Veterinary Health Certificate of inspection, PERFORMED WITHIN 30 days. (Make sure the health certificate lists horses individually by registered names and includes, in writing, a VS Statement, the horses body temperatures  at time of inspection on certificate *Negative Coggins test within 12 months.  EXAMPLE: Veternarian statement on health certificate that horse(s) be free of symptoms of VS, do not have any lesions consistent with VS and have not originated or been in an area under quarantine for VS. 

 The Cactus Reining Classic includes two Desert Reining Horse Association NRHA Southwest Affiliate qualifing shows and two National Arabian Reining Horse Association World Championships Qualifiers. You must designate with NRHA which Affiliate organization you are riding under to qualify prior to their deadline for your points to count! Exhibitors must be members of the Desert Reining Horse Association and/or National Arabian Reining Horse Association PROIR to competing at the Cactus Reining Classic for points to count toward NRHA/DRHA Affiliate/World Championships status and the DRHA year-end awards program.

To find out how to join the Desert Reining Horse Association and/or the National Arabian Reining Horse Association click these links:  

JOIN DRHA HERE

JOIN NARHA HERE

 EXHIBITOR PRE-ENTRY AND STALL DEADLINE:

STALL AND ENTRY SUBMISSIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FEBRUARY 22, 2017!

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             2017 CACTUS REINING CLASSIC EVENT SCHEDULE

Arenas and General Riding Schedule

ENTRY FORM

STALL RESERVATION FORM

EVENT TERMS & CONDITIONS

GOLF CART RESERVATION FORM

CREDIT CARD AUTHORIZATION FORM

 

SCHOOLING HORSES DURING COMPETITION CONDITIONS

Competition guidelines for exhibitor schooling:

Every competition class offered at this event is broadcast LIVE over the internet to the WORLD. In an effort to maintain the integrity and professional appearance of the event, all exhibitors choosing to enter COMPETITION CLASSES to school horses, MUST present these horses in show attire. Show attire is defined as; exhibitor’s entry is required to present their horse with a show pad, clean tack, and the horse’s tail must be down (not braided or up in a tail bag/sock). It is requested by show management that the rider wear show chaps. As per NRHA Attire Guidelines, a long sleeve shirt, western hat and boots are required. The Equipment Judge located at the back gate of the show arena will enforce this guideline.

 

Show management requests that if you intend to “school” a horse entered in a competition class that you DESIGNATE your intention to do so. A form will be available to you, for this purpose, in the show office. When entering a class to school, fill out the ‘Designation to School Form’ and submit it to the show office upon entry. These designations will be drawn separately from the regular competition class. This “Designated Schooling Draw” will go after the competing entries. If an exhibitor schools their horse in the regular competition draw, the judge may ask the exhibitor to leave the arena.

 

 

DESIGNATE YOUR INTENTION TO SCHOOL YOUR HORSE DURING A CLASS

Show management requests that if you intend to “school” a horse entered in a competition class that you DESIGNATE your intention to do so. A form will be available to you, for this purpose, in the show office. When entering a class to school, fill out the Designation to School Form and submit it to the show office upon entry. These designations will be drawn separately from the regular competition class. This “Designated Schooling Draw” will go after the competing entries. If an exhibitor schools their horse in the regular competition draw, the judge may ask the exhibitor to leave the arena.

 

 DRHA GRASS ROOTS DIVISION QUALIFICATIONS

DRHA ROOKIE ELIGIBILITY is an entry Level III division.
For Non Pro, Youth, and Amateur riders with less than $300 lifetime reining or reined cow horse earnings (from any and all shows, NOT limited to NRHA earnings). Class will be Jackpotted and prize money will be paid out. DRHA Rookie points will count toward the DRHA Year End Awards Program. An eligible DRHA Rookie can compete in the division for the entire calendar year even if their earnings exceed the limit during the year.

DRHA GREEN AS GRASS ELIGIBILITY is an entry Level II division.
For Non Pro, Youth, and Amateur riders with less than $200 lifetime reining or reined cow horse earnings (from any and all shows, NOT limited to NRHA earnings) who have earned less than 50 NRHA Youth points, and/or less than 20 AQHA or ANY Breed or Club Associated reining or reined cow horse points at the beginning of current show year. Class will not be Jackpotted and no prize money will be paid out. Green As Grass points will count toward the DRHA Year End Awards Program. An eligible Green As Grass rider can compete in the division for the entire calendar year even if their earnings exceed the limit during the year.

DRHA GREEN REINER ELIGIBILITY is an entry Level I division.
For Non Pro, Youth, and Novice Amateur riders with less than $100 lifetime reining or reined cow horse earnings (from any and all shows, NOT limited to NRHA earnings) who have earned less than 20 NRHA Youth points, and/or less than 10 AQHA or ANY Breed or Club Associated reining or reined cow horse points at the beginning of current show year. In addition, rider cannot have won ANY Year-End Reining or Reined Cow Horse Award. Class will not be Jackpotted and no prize money will be paid out. This is an award division only. Green Reiner points will count toward the DRHA Year End Awards Program. An eligible Green Reiner rider can compete in the division for the entire calendar year even if their earnings exceed the limit during the year.

DRHA Rookie, Green As Grass and Green Reiner exhibitors may ride a horse owned by someone else, and not limited to a family member. However, to be eligible to ride in NRHA approved divisions, the exhibitor MUST own the horse or have a lease on file with NRHA, as stated in the NRHA handbook. NRHA Competition Licenses for horses entered are not required for DRHA Rookie, Green As Grass or Green Reiner divisions. DRHA Rookie, Green As Grass and Green Reiner are not NRHA approved divisions, but will be judged based on NRHA rules. Green As Grass and Green Reiners may show one or two handed in any legal bridle. DRHA Rookie riders must show one handed in any legal bridle.