It’s a buckle year!
Divisional winners will be awarded custom buckles at the Special Awards Show in June.
We are looking for Sponsors!!
Help support the club! If every member gets just one sponsor it would be such a huge help!! Sponsor form is attached.
Show Dates for 2015
May 3, 2015
June 7, 2015
June 21, 2015
July 26, 2015
August 23, 2015
September 13, 2015
Thank you to all our sponsors for your support and helping make
our 2014 Special Awards Show a success:
The Adams Family
Brookside Quarter Horses
Deerfield Veterinary Clinic
Brookvale Pines Farm
Blue Seal Feeds- Derry Store
Outdoor Pride of Rye
Jeff Ireland Construction
Timmy Bolduc, Farrier
East Coast Blacksmith and Fairrier-Chris Gallant
Don Ray Insurance
Jamaica Mi Hungry
Carriage Towne Bar and Grille Kingston, NH
Super Horse Class Qualifications:
ALL CLASSES TO COUNT TOWARDS SUPERHORSE. ANY RIDER MAY RIDE THE HORSE FOR THE POINTS TO COUNT(ALL EXHIBITORS MUST BE MEMBERS FOR POINTS TO COUNT ) NEW THIS YEAR: SHOWMANSHIP AND EQUITATION TO COUNT TOWARDS SUPERHORSE. Also, there is a new form (available below) to be eligible for Super Horse. Must fill out form and pay $10 fee for points to count. Points will start adding up as soon as form and dues are paid.
DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
DIVISION CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION RIBBONS
SHALL BE AWARDED FOR THE FOLLOWING:
ADULT ENGLISH CLASSES 2*, 13, 33, 75*
ADULT WESTERN CLASSES 2*, 17, 23, 75*
Y.A. ENGLISH 13 & UNDER CLASSES 46*, 63, 67, 73*
Y.A.WESTERN 13 & UNDER CLASSES 46*, 57, 59, 73*
Y.A.WESTERN 14-17 CLASSES 47*, 58, 60, 74*
Y.A.ENGLISH 14-17 CLASSES 47*, 64, 68, 74*
LEADLINE 8 & UNDER CLASSES 52*, 53, 54, 70*
WALK-TROT ENGLISH 12 & UNDER CLASSES 45*, 61, 62, 71*
WALK-TROT WESTERN 12 & UNDER CLASSES 45*, 55, 56, 71*
NOVICE W/T ENGLISH 13 & OVER CLASSES 48*,8, 9, 72*
NOVICE WALK-TROT WESTERN 13 & OVER CLASSES 48*, 32, 37, 72*
DRIVING CLASSES 21, 22
(In the event of a tie, the placing in equitation and pleasure driving will be used to break the tie)
*NOTE: If you are competing for a division, you must show trail and showmanship in the respective attire for that division.*
Example: Exhibitor #19 shows class #2: Adult showmanship, Open, in English attire, the showmanship class will count towards the English division. Same goes for trail.
Please be sure to plan your classes for how you would like to earn points towards that division. If you show showmanship in WESTERN ATTIRE, it WILL NOT count towards the English division.
Attention All SHRC Exhibitors!
Please note, to show at an SHRC show you MUST have an original or copy of the horse/pony you are showing’s negative Coggins results. With out a copy of these results you will not be allowed to show.
To show in a class requiring registration, an original or copy of those papers must be shown to the show secretary to qualify for that class.
Please feel free to mail copies of Coggins and/or Registration and age verification with your pre-entries to make it easier the day of the show. These will be kept on file for the remainder of the show season.
Club Forms & Intent to Show
Any form that needs to be filled out for other club/registry awards (i.e. PAC, Open Show Circuit awards, SHRC Intent to Show forms, etc.), you may drop them off at the show booth. Please make sure the top information is filled out along with classes shown in. Please DO NOT fill in the placing or number in class, that needs to be verified by the show manager/point secretary. A self addressed stamped envelope must be included to where they need to be mailed. Forms will not be verified at the show but will be done ASAP to make sure deadlines are met.
Silver Heels Riding Club, Inc. (S.H.R.C.) manages and runs a series of 6 Open Horse shows per year. 78 classes and 12 END OF THE DAY DIVISIONS are features at all six shows. Members, and of course non-members, are welcomed to participate in the show series.
The club is run by 4 officers and 7 Board of Director members who are purely volunteer. The purpose of the club is to promote and support an interest in horses, horsemanship and sportsmanship with a high standard of humane and ethical treatment of horses at all times. Educating youth by example is also our primary function. Our club prides itself in being family orientated.
SHRC was established in 1957 by a group of people from Maine, some of the original members still attend an occasional show.
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