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    Default Trainer/judge rule

    Can anyone quote me or point me to the USEF rule regarding showing under a judge with whom you or your horse have trained? Particularly interested in whether rule goes trainer/trainer's spouse, you/your horse, etc?



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    You should check the USEF website for a very clear explanation of the rule. That way you will not be mislead in any way.



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    It's GR1304. But don't worry about it. I will make sure it's covered.

    2. No member of a judge’s family, nor any cohabitant, companion, domestic partner, housemate, or member of a judge’s household nor any of the judge’s clients, employers or employees or employers of a member of the judge’s family may compete as trainer, coach, exhibitor, rider, driver, handler, owner, lessor or lessee in any division, or Dressage class (Arabian, Morgan and Hunter divisions in any competition) unless the relationship is terminated 30 days prior to the competition.



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    Thanks, I was being lazy. I found it.



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