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  • OTTB Hunter/Jumper Show

    I posted this in the Eventer Forum. It was suggested I post it here - DUH

    The Virginia Horse Center is hosting a two day Hunter/Jumper show for off track thoroughbreds. It would be great if we could make it a big hit. It's going to be a really nice affair. To find out more about it go to http://www.leightonfarm.com/news_&_events.htm

    Please spread the word.
    http://www.LeightonFarm.com

  • #2
    What are the fence heights for the divisions?
    "To understand the soul of a horse is the closest human beings can come to knowing perfection."

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      #3
      Jumpers are 2'6", 3'

      Hunters are 2'3", 2'6" and 3'

      There are Hunter and Jumpers Stakes where $1,000 prize money is awarded. I can't post the prize list because she sent it in a photo format. You can contact her and get it. Ann Russek, annrussva@hotmail.com
      http://www.LeightonFarm.com

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        #4
        I put the entire prize list on my site. I had to type it myself to get it on there. I hope it helps. http://www.leightonfarm.com/news_&_events.htm
        http://www.LeightonFarm.com

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        • #5
          That is so awesome!!! I'll DEFINITELY be there with at least two, possibly three or four. Sounds like a BLAST!
          Whoever said money can't buy happiness never owned a horse.

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          • #6
            This is a great thing and I hope it is popular and grows. If we can't come down, I would like to sponsor some prizes.
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            Wedonit
            Ch. G, 2000
            Stalwars x Theydonittoknight

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            • #7
              There are a few shows going on there that weekend, will we be outdoors? (Just out of curiosity, my guy has only been indoors once!)

              Also, if anyone is planning on going from the Richmond area and would like a travel buddy, let me know! Well behaved 4 year old and well behaved owner need a ride

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              • #8
                I don't represent the show at all but did correspond with one of the organizers and she said the show is in the East Complex, which is all indoors, and has its own block of stalls, so contained from any other event that weekend.

                I hope everyone who is in a position to support this show does. Lexington is a wonderful facility, and the organizers are making a very special effort. I think it's an awesome idea.
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                Wedonit
                Ch. G, 2000
                Stalwars x Theydonittoknight

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                • #9
                  Oh that is SO awesome!!! How funny (sad?) that there are now shows to showcase the TB/OTTB, when it was a novelty of years ago to have a non-TB class

                  Lexington is about 2 hours from me, and my OTTB is at least a year away from being able to do small shows, but I may try to come up to see some of it. I think it's wonderful that the horse's story can be shared as well - I'm sure there will be some amazing ones!

                  What a fantastic idea, I hope it does well!!
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                  • #10
                    I am not able to make the trip to this show but am sponsoring an award. I corresponded with the show and they created a "Hunter Style Award" at my request. Winner receives a triple-stitched Walsh halter with an engraved nameplate indicating the award and I will make a $100 donation in their name to an OTTB retirement facility.

                    I'm not posting this for a pat on the back, I'm posting it to encourage anyone who is in a position to sponsor to please contact the organizers (mentioned on this thread). Please please please. They were so nice to work with me to create a special award that achieved my vision. And I know they are very interested in attracting more sponsors -- no contribution is too big or too small. I am not a wealthy person -- I am a working amateur. But if I can find some dough to help, I bet others can, too.

                    It would be great to see this thrive in Virginia and grow in other places. I love my OTTB and he makes a wonderful hunter. I want to see even more people give horses like him a chance and this is a great venue/great outlet for doing that.

                    Who wants to sponsor a Jumper Style Award? Or sponsor ribbons for a division? Or a trophy?
                    Last edited by Wedonit; May. 13, 2009, 01:20 PM. Reason: adding content, fixing typos
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                    Wedonit
                    Ch. G, 2000
                    Stalwars x Theydonittoknight

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                    • #11
                      what a great idea! kudos and I hope it goes well

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                      • #12
                        Though not an all TB show, The Old Dominion Horse Show in July in Manakin-Sabot, Va. is having a TB hunter division on Sunday, July 19th.
                        www.midatlanticeq.com
                        Mid-Atlantic Equitation Festival,Scholarships and College Fair
                        November 11-13, 2016

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                        • #13
                          Does anyone know if the horses must show with their Jockey Club/registered name? It doesn't say either way in the prize list...

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                          • #14
                            I don't think horses have to show with their JC names.

                            One of the show organizers would like to post here but is having trouble with registration/validation of her account.

                            She says they are working with owners to meet eligibility requirements (foal papers are not necessary). She encourages anyone with questions to contact her:

                            Anne Russek
                            annrussva@hotmail.com
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                            Wedonit
                            Ch. G, 2000
                            Stalwars x Theydonittoknight

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