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    Default Height of level 5 and 6 (jumpers) at Wellington?

    Hi!

    Friend of mines bred a horse that´s in Wellington competing. Found her in the above classes. How high is that?



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    Thanks! How do you find out results that is not placed? It seems like you only show the ones placed.



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    I wish they didn't keep changing the names- I remember when they were called Preliminary I & II and Intermediate & Open. What level is 4'?
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    Is she at the A-T Children's Benefit?

    You can get the results of the class by going through "class" on the left side menu. If you click on the class, the results are shown for each entry.

    Hope that helps.



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    Quote Originally Posted by tuckawayfarm View Post
    Is she at the A-T Children's Benefit?

    You can get the results of the class by going through "class" on the left side menu. If you click on the class, the results are shown for each entry.

    Hope that helps.
    Thanks a lot! She was 2nd in the first and one down in each of the others. Not a bad result!



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    Quote Originally Posted by supershorty628 View Post
    1.20m and 1.30m, respectively.
    Interesting because the USEF rule is now 1.00-1.15M for 5 year olds prior to 6/1
    and 1.20 to 1.25 for 6 year olds, again prior to 6/1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LucyShow View Post
    Thanks a lot! She was 2nd in the first and one down in each of the others. Not a bad result!
    Not bad at all. Congrats to your friends!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrot's View Post
    I wish they didn't keep changing the names- I remember when they were called Preliminary I & II and Intermediate & Open. What level is 4'?
    In fact, they changed it again, and all classes are now SUPPOSED to be named by the actual height (in meters). But some shows persist in usling the "levels" even though the rule book got rid of them a few years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PINE TREE FARM SC View Post
    Interesting because the USEF rule is now 1.00-1.15M for 5 year olds prior to 6/1
    and 1.20 to 1.25 for 6 year olds, again prior to 6/1.
    Level 5 and level 6 classes are different from the Young Jumper classes; the level classes are open to everyone.


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    Yay!

    Georgia is still in Wellington and today she placed 6th in a 1,30 m class with 94 starters!

    "Mom" is proud!

    http://showgroundslive.com/esp/livec...ail?cid=116056


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    Awesome, LucyShow.

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    Default Low Junior Jumper II.2.1

    How about height of the Maria Mendelsohn Low Junior Jumper II.2.1??

    Seems she´s had another pilot (15 I believe) for the day..



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    Lows range from 1.20m to 1.30m depending on the show, and some shows (HITS) have the classic at 1.35m.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrot's View Post
    I wish they didn't keep changing the names- I remember when they were called Preliminary I & II and Intermediate & Open. What level is 4'?
    1.20m is 3'11" and 1.25m is 4'1", so approx level 5



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    Thank you all for loads of good info, here comes a follow-up question:

    This week Georgia started Hollow Creek medium Jr Jumper with her jr rider and won one of the classes (of 3).

    http://showgroundslive.com/esp/entri...ail/eid/418480

    When I looked at the results of the last class she´s named "Res. Champion", how do they calculate that?

    http://showgroundslive.com/esp/resul.../id/29514/ch/1

    How do you grade "Champion" or "Res. Champion" contra winning a class? Do you get prizemoney as "Champion" or "Res. Champion" too or just the "glory"? All info appreciated!



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    The champion and reserve champion are based on combined points from all the classes in the division. There is no additional prize money involved, just a big ribbon and bragging rights. Congrats to her! That is a great accomplishment.



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    I happened to see your mare go yesterday in the International ring with Lucas. She's awesome, what a heart.



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