class list & descriptions
Warmup Fee - $10
Regular Classes - $20
Medal Classes - $40
$10 from each entry in the Medal classes goes to support footing costs at the Downeast Medal Final event in September at the Skowhegan Fair Grounds.
Post Entry Fee - $10 per combination if the entry is received later than one week prior to the date of the show
Grounds Fee - $10
Number Fee - $1
1. Leadline Pleasure
2. Leadline Equitation
3. Walk Trot Pleasure
4. Walk Trot Pleasure Championship
5. Walk Trot Equitation
6. Walk Trot Equitation Championship
7. Downeast Walk Trot Poles*
8. Short Stirrup Equitation
9. Short Stirrup Equitation
10. Short Stirrup Equitation U/S
11. Downeast Short Stirrup Medal*
12. Long Stirrup Equitation
13. Long Stirrup Equitation
14. Long Stirrup Equitation U/S
15. Downeast Long Stirrup Medal*
**2 '3 Warm Up**
16. 2’3 Open Hunter
17. 2’3 Open Hunter
18. 2’3 Open Hunter U/S
19. Downeast Modified Children’s Medal*
20. Downeast Modified Adult Medal*
**2'6-2'9 Warm Up**
21. 2’6-2’9 Open Hunter
22. 2’6-2’9 Open Hunter
23. 2’6-2’9 Open Hunter U/S
24. Downeast Mini Medal*
25. Downeast Adult Medal*
26. Downeast Junior Medal*
Horse/rider combinations must compete in at least 3 shows in the same division to qualify for year end points.
All questions may be emailed to:
Leadline Pleasure & Equitation - Open to riders 6 years old or younger. Rider must be lead by trainer or some over 18 years of age.
Walk Trot Pleasure & Equitation - Open to riders 10 years old or younger, who have never competed at the canter or over fences at any show.
Short Stirrup Equitation - Open to riders 12 and under who have never compete over 18" at any show. Riders may not jump at another level at the show.
Long Stirrup Equitation - Open to riders over 12 who have never competed over 18" at any show. Riders may not jump at another level at the show.
2'3" Open Hunter - Open to all levels of riders, including professionals. Courses to be set hunter style and will be judged on accuracy, quality and way of going.
2'6"-2'9" Open Hunter - Open to all levels of riders, including professionals. Courses to be set hunter style and will be judged on accuracy, quality, and way of going.
*For Downeast qualifying class specs, please visit www.downeastmedalfinals.com