10. In Open Equitation and Medal Classes, horses may not be ridden by more than one rider per class or section of the class. (Exception: Saddle Seat Equitation and Tests requiring a change of horses.) 11. In a work-off a rider may not jump or be required to jump any fence that is . Class 4. The New England Horseman's Council Adult Amateur Medal Finals. ages 28-45. For adult NEHC members who've qualified at a member show after the first Sunday of October of the past show season, through midnight of the first Sunday of October of the current show season.
Equitation tests may be chosen by the judge to help place the top riders. These tests are required in the medal classes. Tests may include a halt for several seconds, rein back, demonstration of the hand gallop, figure-8 at the trot or canter with correct diagonals or leads. Adult Amateurs wishing to qualify to compete in an Adult Amateur Equitation Regional Final may qualify to do so by earning a 70%, or higher in any Dressage Seat Equitation class (except walk-trot) or by qualifying for the Great American Insurance Group/USDF Regional Championships (freestyles exempt). Links: Program Rules.
the Championship, the NHSAA communicates with the National Horse Show Association Equitation Committee. USEF rules govern this competition and the Taylor Harris Insurance Services National Horse Show Adult Medal qualifying classes (THIS NHS Adult Medal). In case of any conflict between these Rules and USEF rules, USEF rules shall govern. In the event that the NJHSA Low Adult Medal class is not properly noted in the prize list, the M&S 2’6” Adult Medal will be counted for NJHSA points. Top of page. NJHSA Adult Medal. Open to Adult Amateur Riders. To be shown over minimum of 8 fences at 3' including at least two changes of direction after the first fence. Two or more tests of.