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Briarwood - May 16 - Schedule?

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  • Briarwood - May 16 - Schedule?

    I was wondering if anyone knew the schedule for Briarwood on May 16. Specifically if there are AO hunters and if so when they go. Also, when the schooling jumpers and child adult jumpers go.

    Oh - and is there an entry due date?

    TIA

  • #2
    It's not an A show so you dont have to pre enter. though i'm pretty sure you can pre enter the briarwood ones, theres no late fee for entering the day of the show. i do have the prizelist, got it in the mail the other day, but i'd have to check the schedule to tell you when/where the divisions you asked about are going. I have to go, but if someone hasn't already posted when i get home, i'll grab it and post the times and stuff
    (|--Sarah--|)

    Blitz <3 & Leap of Faith <3

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      #3
      thanks - I would really appreciate it

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      • #4
        Got my prize list the other day. There is no entry due date for Briarwood, but I'm sure they would appreciate if you got your entries in early. I'll give you the rings schedules for the Hunters and the Jumpers. You can email or call Briarwood Farm at jackkate@aol.com or (908) 806-8044to add your address to their mailing list.

        HUNTER RING
        59-62 Schooling Hunter Divisions
        63-66 Suitable Hunter Division
        --not before Noontime
        57 Ariat Medal/NJPHA Adult Medal
        58 M&S Adult Medal
        67-70 Adult Amateur Hunter Div.
        71 M&S Adult Amateur Htr Classic
        --not before 2PM
        56 Preliminary Adult Eq. Class
        52-55 Low Adult Hunter Division
        81 M&S Bit O' Straw Hunter Classic
        82-85 Junior Hunter Division
        86-89 Amateur-Owner Htr Division

        JUMPER RING
        93-95 Level Zero Jumper
        96-98 Level One Jumper
        102-103 Meter 1.05 Jumper Classes
        104-105 Meter 1.20 Jumper Classes
        99-101 Child/Adult Jumper Div.
        --not before 3PM
        46 Gold Medal
        47 Central Equine M&S Jr. Medal
        48 USEF Medal
        49 ASPCA Maclay
        50 Washington Intl. Eq.
        51 USEF Talent Search Medal

        www.justworldinternational.org

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        • #5
          1.20??? Sounds like a dream come true, I dont have to travel super far for biggish classes! I LOVE YOU MR. BENSON!

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          • #6
            just to warn you its rare if the a/o hunters fill and if they do be prepared to be showing in the dark!! ive tried doing the a/o's there before and i usually have to scratch either bc they dont fill or the adults were just going to start at 6pm and i didnt feel like waiting around

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              #7
              Thanks for the schedule.

              And dreamsofbeingahunter thank you for the heads up about the late time and it not filling - information like that is always helpful.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by IsolaBella09 View Post
                Got my prize list the other day. There is no entry due date for Briarwood, but I'm sure they would appreciate if you got your entries in early. I'll give you the rings schedules for the Hunters and the Jumpers. You can email or call Briarwood Farm at jackkate@aol.com or (908) 806-8044to add your address to their mailing list.

                HUNTER RING
                59-62 Schooling Hunter Divisions
                63-66 Suitable Hunter Division
                --not before Noontime
                57 Ariat Medal/NJPHA Adult Medal
                58 M&S Adult Medal
                67-70 Adult Amateur Hunter Div.
                71 M&S Adult Amateur Htr Classic
                --not before 2PM
                56 Preliminary Adult Eq. Class
                52-55 Low Adult Hunter Division
                81 M&S Bit O' Straw Hunter Classic
                82-85 Junior Hunter Division
                86-89 Amateur-Owner Htr Division

                JUMPER RING
                93-95 Level Zero Jumper
                96-98 Level One Jumper
                102-103 Meter 1.05 Jumper Classes
                104-105 Meter 1.20 Jumper Classes
                99-101 Child/Adult Jumper Div.
                --not before 3PM
                46 Gold Medal
                47 Central Equine M&S Jr. Medal
                48 USEF Medal
                49 ASPCA Maclay
                50 Washington Intl. Eq.
                51 USEF Talent Search Medal

                Is it my eyes or do they not have any childrens, mini classes or is there possibly another ring going??? Just think it is odd

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                • #9
                  It appears that the post is missing the Equitation ring..unless Briarwood isnt running it.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by gg4918 View Post
                    It appears that the post is missing the Equitation ring..unless Briarwood isnt running it.
                    They usually have 4 rings, the 2 above plus the itty bitty jumpers and 3' and lower eq stuff in the Eq ring, and then the kids stuff in the little side ring.

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                    • #11
                      does anyone know their website address ?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by XenophonKnows View Post
                        does anyone know their website address ?

                        Per the USEF website when you do a competition search
                        jackkate@aol.com
                        I think someone else posted it above also.

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                        • #13
                          crap. i lost my prizelist. can anyone tell me when children's ponies go? i assume it's in the eq ring after the itty bitty jumpers, because that's when it usually is, but if someone could tell me, that'd be great
                          (|--Sarah--|)

                          Blitz <3 & Leap of Faith <3

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                          • #14
                            Can anyone please post the rest of the schedule? My cat ate my prize list. ;-)
                            ...for there are wings on these hooves, the speed and power of foam-capped waves...
                            *~v~*~v~*~v~*~v~*~v~*~v~*~v~*
                            Proud member of the artists clique

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                            • #15
                              Hey Kacey..When was the last time you fed your cat?

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                              • #16
                                Bahahahahahahaha!!!! Thanks Corey, now I'm going to be the COTH cat abuser! Will I see you guys this weekend? (if I ever find out when I need to be there! lol)
                                ...for there are wings on these hooves, the speed and power of foam-capped waves...
                                *~v~*~v~*~v~*~v~*~v~*~v~*~v~*
                                Proud member of the artists clique

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by GreystoneKC View Post
                                  Can anyone please post the rest of the schedule? My cat ate my prize list. ;-)
                                  Just answered your PM.
                                  www.justworldinternational.org

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                                  • #18
                                    Hi Kacey...yes we will definitely see you this weekend. Call me (215-416-3028) if you did not get the schedule yet. I have it at the barn. Keep your paper products away from your cat! See you Saturday!

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