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SMDA Recognized Show - July 14, 2019

Ellie and I tried her first recognized show in July.  It was quite an interesting experience; I don't know why this has been such a weird year, but sadly it has!

I signed up to ride Training 2 and 3, paying the little extra to have T3 count as a qualifying score.  It didn't really matter since we cannot do enough rated shows this year to qualify for a USDF award, as I want to do horse trials and other things on weekends when the rated shows are scheduled.  But I wanted it to "count" just in case because you never know lol!

I didn't get any media as I went by myself.  Training 2 went great!  Ellie warmed up well and we had a really solid test.  She was calm and rideable, and I honestly thought we had done quite well!  The judge didn't agree and we scored a 62.241%, for third in a class of five.  Not a terrible score, but it seemed lower than the performance.  I figured it was just a difference between normally doing schooling shows and this was rated, so the sco…

2012 Year End Awards

Six banquets and a hunt ball later....the mares won several year end awards for 2012!  Yay!  I did not attend two of the banquets due to time and money constraints (NEHC and SPHO-NJ).

I already wrote about the Maine Horse Association banquet.  But I figured I might as well just do one blog post about the rest.  I only keep track of this for my own purposes, and writing up six different posts just seems, well, too much like bragging.  :-(

Reva
Maine Horse Association
- Champion Standardbred In Hand
- Champion Standardbred 2-Gait Pleasure
- Champion Open Introductory Level dressage
- Retired the Standardbred Challenge Trophy

Southern Maine Dressage
- Champion Introductory A - 70.33% average score
- Third Introductory B - 70.633% average score

Maine Dressage Society
- Champion Introductory Level - 70.25% median score
- High Point Standardbred HOY (certificate and medal)
- High Point SPHO-ME trophy (saddle pad)

New England Horseman's Council
- Third Single Roadster Horse

American Saddlebred Association
- Reserve Champion Standardbred Roadster Under Saddle

Standardbred Pleasure Horse Org. of NJ ("National" awards)
- Reserve Champion Introductory Level (with a trophy)



Southern Maine Dressage publishes their awards online.  This year, juniors and seniors were not pinned separately.
Dreamy
Standardbred Pleasure Horse Org. of NJ ("National" awards)
- Champion Combined Training (with a trophy)
- Reserve Champion Demo Award (with a plaque)



Comments

  1. Nice. And Reva's still for sale? Hard to believe that nobody has scooped her up yet!

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  2. Thanks! And yes, I still have her! Sadly, it is her breeding. Folks around here don't want to pay for a Standardbred! *GASP!!*

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