Holiday on Horse
December 8 & 9, 2018
What a weekend! My hat goes out to all of you who braved the weather on Saturday and rode. Unfortunately Sunday was just a disaster. The good news was the wonderful footing at Highfields held right up to the bitter end (did the fat lady sing?)
Jennifer Tucker and her TB Mare Commit was the big winner in the Jockey Club T.I.P. program. They won the High Score overall and High Point overall Jockey Club ribbons as well as the TB Training and First Level High Score for the show. They also placed first for the Aiken Series at Training and First Level and won high score overall.
Johanna Maroot & Austi MG won the KWPN high Score
Heather Sinclair & Fare You Well won the Hanoverian High Score
Read below to see if you are eligible
for any of these awards.
Please let show management know (preferably before the start f the show) if any of these awards apply to you.
Is your horse a Thoroughbred?
Check out the Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive Program tjctip.com and click on "My Account".
Riders must provide show management with a T.I.P. number for each registered Thoroughbred horse entered in the show.
If you have a TB and don't have a tattoo or papers there are still ways to register for the T.I.P program.
Go online to http://tjctip.com/About/HSIGI and check it out.
They have GREAT prizes
Is your horse a Hanoverian?
No memberships or registrations needed. Just present show management with a copy of the horse's papers. They must have American or German
Hanoverian papers or have a copy of AHS Certificate of Pedigree which proves that the AHS acknowledges that one parent is Hanoverian.
Is your horse a Dutch Warmblood?
The KWPN of North American offers a high score award to horses registered with the association.
The criteria for this award is that the horse has to be in the owner's name with the KWPN-NA and that the owner of record
has to be a current member of KWPN-NA. Rider doesn't have to be a member if owner and rider are different individuals.
Is your horse a Danish Warmblood?
The North American Danish Warmblood Association offers a high score award.
The criteria is the horse and owner must be a member of NADWA.