The Lions Club Hall
12415 Murphy Ave
San Martin, CA 95046-9527
Divisions & Judges:
OF Plastic Breed - Breyer/Hartland/Other = Karen Harper
OF Plastic Breed - Stone = Allie Davidson
Mini Size - classes for both Breyer and Stone = Pat Noble
Youth/Novice OF Plastic - all manufacturers = TBA
OF Plastic Collectibilty - Breyer/Hartland/Other = TBA
OF Plastic Collectibilty - Stone = Robin Kent
Mini Size Collectibility classes are in the Mini division = TBA
Dog Show At the Horse Show = Jane Morehouse
See entry form for details, prices and deadlines
Early bird table set-up 7:00AM
Show Hall opens at 8:00AM - judging continues until all classes are pinned
IMPORTANT: We need to have the show over and the hall emptied by 6:00 pm each day!
Showhall table set-up will start at 7:00am. Come help and claim your spot early.
Showhall will open at 8:00am and show will start at 9:00am.
Lunch break will be at 12 noon and will last 1 hour.
Ice Cream Social will be approximately 4:00pm.
Show is schedule to run until 6:00pm.
Breed and Collectibility will be shown together in their respective classes on one table under two judges.
Each of these divisions will have an assigned table(s):
Breyer/Other (includes Hartlands)- 2 tables
Peter Stone - 2 tables
Let's keep the show moving without rushing: To help keep this large show moving along please read your class lists and be ready to self-load the next class as each completed class is excused. We all seem to do this anyway but if there are new showers in the room, please help them learn the pace of the show tables.
THE GOLDEN WEST/REGION 2 CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW - a portion of the proceeds from this show will go to help fund the current year's upcoming edition of our own Golden West/Region 2 Championship Show.
Open class limit: 3 horses per class.
Novice class limit: 4 horses per class.
Extra Horses: 2 horses maximum per class may be added at the rate of $1.00 per horse - payable at the table. Due to unpaid IOU's this is now a cash-only opportunity.
IMPORTANT: Participation Limits: Class participation limits per horse: a model can compete in one (1) collectibility class and one (1) breed class total - earning a maximum of 2 NAN cards at this show. You can show for both breed and collectibility in the breed section or you can show breed only in the breed section and show for collectibility in the separate appropriate section. Limit is one breed class and one collectibility class per model.
General Class Information: Classes may be split, combined or canceled, depending upon the number of entries, at the discretion of the judge and/or showholder.
Scale Descriptions: The models commonly termed Traditional and/or Classic will show in the regular classes. Models commonly termed Stablemate, TinyMite, Little Bits/Paddock Pals, Pebbles and Chips will show in the Mini Class Division.
Awards: Paper flats to 5th Place in Classes, rosettes to Championships, sub-divisional championships, Division Grand Championships and Over-All Best In Show Grand Championships
Each entry must have a 3"x5" card. WHITE CARDS for Breed classes, COLORED CARDS for Collectibility classes. On the up side, type or print clearly the class number, breed and gender. On the down side, print the horse's name and the shower's name. For security purposes, you may tag your horses but please be careful to have only the horse's breed and gender showing when you place it in the show ring. Do not place your horse's hooves on another entry's card or leg tags. Entries without Entry Cards will be disqualified. Please do not use scraps of paper or Post-It notes, use 3" x 5" index cards ONLY.
Documentation for your horses is welcomed and is basically required in collectibility classes. Please do not assume your judge knows every detail that could help your horse place in the ribbons. As a courtesy to other showers, please limit the size of your documentation to a maximum of 8-1/2 x 11 inches.
Tickets for a special Sponsors Raffle will be given to those sponsoring classes or divisions and to those donating Stablemates or Chips to be used as bodies for the annual custom decorator shower's model, cash sponsorships or raffle prizes. Who will win this Time?
RAFFLES AND AUCTIONS:
SEE CLASSLIST FOR DESCRIPTIONS WITHIN EACH DIVISION.
For the collectibility classes, please give each model's special details. For example, enter Breyers with dating information (pre-1980 or post 1980).
Note: Enter Hartlands with any documentation possible.
This class is to include the accepted and traditional Decorator colors for Breyer - Copenhagen, Wedgewood, Gold Charm and Gold Florentine and/or Silver Filigree. Ageless Bronze is included here. Other decorator horses have their own class. New copper-colored metallic will show with the Gold and Silver Florentine and Filigree models.
This class is to include all forms of charcoal color - matte and gloss, brown toned or deeper true Charcoal, all size scales. The class is judged on the charcoal color and finish. Please enter Breyers with dating information (pre-1980 or post 1980).
These are available for each manufacturer's division - Breyer Woodgrains, Stone Woodies and Hartland Woodcuts. Please enter Breyers or Hartlands with dating information (pre-1980 or post 1980).
Gem Series (Stone):
This class includes all the gem colors released to date: Lapis, Rose Quartz, Malachite, Amethyst, Onyx, Tiger Eye, Opal, Cinnabar, etc. Does NOT include Pearls. Includes 'Palouse "Sandstone" if shown as the mineral sandstone.
These classes are judged on the Pearl finish with one pearlies class for Breyer/Other Brands and one for Stones in their respective Collectibility sections. Hartland pearlies go into Hartland Woodcut/Unrealistic Color class. Please note on card if your horse is a rare version of a pearlized model. Includes true pearl finishes only, no Opal colors in this class please - Opals go into the Gem classes..
Yes - any and all other unrealistic color includes scenic series and horses with images such as Breyer's Halloween series, Christmas painted scenes or decor, dragon horses, etc.; or Stone's sunset series, snowflakes patterns, holiday themed horses, the leaf or floral patterns, etc. Class may be split at judges or showholder's discretion. Unrealistic Color Classes are available for Breyer/Other Brands/Hartland. Stones and Mini Scale in their respective Collectibility sections.
The horses in Collectibility Classes will be judged on
2) condition (absence of rubs, scratches, flaws and discoloration)
3) breed assignment/type accuracy and overall judge's impression.
Documentation about dates issued and limited run sizes will be an asset.
Horses judged in the Breed classes will be judged on
1) breed type and correct, acceptable color for that breed or registry.
2) biomechanics - the correctness of limb positions and anatomy.
3) the excellence of workmanship to include seams, paint overspray and surface finishing.
Documentation about unusual breeds, new breeds or unusual colors will be an asset.
Laying models down:
If a shower chooses to lay their entry down on the table rather than place it in a standing position, they automatically give the judge the authority to pick up the horse for judging so that the other side of the model may be seen. The judge must be allowed to pick up the model for judging. Showholder and judges are not responsible for any damage that occurs on the show table should a "tippy" horse fall over. Please lay horses down on a modestly sized piece of neutral colored fabric or bubble wrap to protect your entry.
Decisions of the judges are final! Please do not question them while they are judging a class. If you have a question regarding a placing, please ask the judge politely and promptly after the class. Some classes may be team judged or another judge may fill in for a short break. Please feel free to approach the showholder to intercede on your behalf with a question for the judge if there seems to be a serious conflict occurring during the actual judging. Only the showholder may interrupt the judging for any reason.
PLEASE do not hover, take photographs or approach any portion of the table while the judge is judging a class!
IMPORTANT: Groom/dust your models PRIOR to bringing them to the table. Excessive time spent dusting slows the show down and the dust you brush off your model into the air can settle onto another shower's model. Please be aware.
DO NOT touch any models other than your own unless you have the specific permission of the owner.
ANY QUESTIONS? PLEASE ASK YOUR DIVISION JUDGE AND/OR SHOWHOLDER BEFORE THE CLASS BEGINS!
NOTE: It has recently been a standard practice in Region 2 shows to enter Fjords as Other Ponies due to the breeds overall height and multiple uses that include sport, light draft and some stock work.
Arabian: All purebred Arabian strains recognized by the Arabian Horse Registry. NOTE: The Shagya Arabian although of Arabian ancestry is not "of type" as recognized by AHR and should be shown in Other Sport.
Part-Arabian: All part Arabians of extreme Arab type show in this class. Part Arabians showing more type of their other half should show in Other Light/Part Breed, or where appropriate for their body type. For instance, a Quarab that appears more like a Pure Arab would be shown in Part Arabs in the Arab division, whereas a Quarab that appears more like a Quarter Horse would be shown in Other Stock/Partbred in the Stock division. National Show Horses - both gaited and non-gaited - will show in NSH classes.
Warmblood: Horses shown as Warmbloods are actually descended from or a blend of hot-blooded breeds and cold-blooded (light draft) breeds. They are not simply sport-conformed versions of other breeds. Examples are Belgian Warmblood, Budyonny, Danish Warmblood, Danubian, Dutch Gronigen, Dutch Warmblood, East Bulgarian, Finnish Universal, French Trotter, Gelderlander, Hispano, Holstiener, Hanoverian, Trakehner, Hungarian Warmblood, Irish Draft aka Irish Draught, Kadruber, Knabstrup, Latvia, Mecklenbury, Oldenburg, Rhinelander, Salerno, Selle Francais, Swedish Warmblood.
Sport Horses: Athletic breeds used for actual sport in their native lands and sport conformed individuals that have evolved in modern era to fulfill the needs of today's competition. Examples are Akhal Teke, Appaloosa Sporthorse (Appaloosa x Warmblood origins), American Sport Horse or American Warmblood (basically Quarter Horse or Paint crossed on Thoroughbred or breeds with Warmblood origins, possibly Mustang and Thoroughbred or Warmblood crosses), Canadian Sport Horse, Furious, Irish Draught Sporthorse, Metis Trotter, Nonius, Terek, Waler, Westphalian and all other pure or part of the above breeds showing Warmblood characteristics, used for all aspects of combined training including geographically located racing events (i.e. in North American harness racing horses are Standardbreds, but in Russia they could be the Metis Trotter or Orlov Trotter breeds).
Carriage Breeds: Such as Cleveland Bay, Friesian, Friesian Sporthorse, Hackney Horse, French or Norman Cob, Lippizan, Orlov Trotter, Welsh Cob section D, all other pure or part of the above breeds showing Cob, or Carriage characteristics, used for driving.
Gaited Horse: Any breeds exhibiting gaited characteristics, i.e. is NATURALLY inclined to perform gaits other than a walk, trot, and canter (such as a running walk, rack, foxtrot, etc.) A high trot does NOT constitute a specialized gait. The Spanish Walk is a movement that can be taught to any well-conformed breed and is not a gait. Spanish breed or descended breeds such as the Mangalara Marcheador, Paso Fino or Peruvian Paso are encouraged but not required to show in Spanish Breeds, rather than in Other Gaited (there may or may not be a separate Gaited Spanish class offered.) However, Non-Gaited Spanish breeds must show in the Spanish classes. The American Saddlebred, American Spotted Saddlehorse, Missouri Foxtrotter, Tennessee Walking horses of either show/padded shoe; Big Lick version or cowboy shod version; Plantation Style, Rocky Mountain Horse, Walkaloosa, and all other pure or part breeds showing gaited characteristics show in this Gaited class.
Ponies: Any breed exhibiting pony characteristics of height and conformation, or those generally recognized as "pony." Includes but isn't limited to these breeds: American Shetland, American Walking Pony, Assateague, Bali, Basque, Batak, British Shetland, British Spotted Pony, Carmargue, Chincogeague, Chinese, Dales Pony, Dartmoor, Fell Pony, Galiceno, Hackney Pony, Marwari, Mongolian, New Forest Pony, Paint Pony, POA, Quarter Pony, Rocky Mountain Pony (Welsh Section A, Welsh Section B, Welsh Cob Pony Section C and any other pure or part ponies exhibiting pony characteristics. American Saddle Pony and other Gaited Pony breeds should show here in Other Ponies. Hackney Ponies, which are not gaited, go in Show Ponies.
Stock Breeds: Any breed typically used for working stock, or of a body type considered as "stock", Appaloosa, Australian Stock Horse, Canadian Cutter, Colorado Ranger or Rangerbred, Mustang, Paint, Quarter Horse. All breeds not listed that would be used in its native country or region for working stock or general ranch work. For this show, please show BLM Mustangs, Kiger Mustangs, Cayuse Indian Pony/Cayuse Indian Horse, and other Mustangs of various types and sub-groups in the Mustang class. Spanish Mustangs may be shown in either the Mustang class (the preferred location) or they may be shown in the Spanish classes (if they already have NAN cards in that class.) Any other pure or part breed exhibiting stock characteristics: American Indian Horses may show in either the Mustang class or the Other Stock class; Fjords and Brumbies may also show here in Other stock, as they are used as stock horses in their native lands. Documentation will be a big help in the Mustang and Other Stock classes.
Draft Breeds: Any breed typically used for medium or heavy draft work, including pulling loads, farm work, etc. and exhibiting draft confirmation. Ardennais, Auxios, Belgian, Brabant, Boulannais, Breton, Clydesdale, Comtois, Dole Gubrandsdal, Dutch Draft, Italian Heavy Draft, Percheron, Suffolk Punch, Shire, Swedish Ardennes, Vladimer Heavy Draft and any pure or part breeds showing draft characteristics or conformation, used for heavy farm/harness work.
Spanish Breeds: Breed originating and perpetuated in the Spanish/Iberian region of Europe and any breed developed and now bred primarily in the New World (North and South America) maintained as a controlled pure breed with roots in the Spanish/Iberian region of Europe. Alter Real, Andalusian, Lusitano, Azteca, Barb, Criollo, Paso Fino, Peruvian Paso, Soraia and all other breeds pure or part exhibiting similar characteristics and bred primarily in the Spanish/Iberian region of Europe. Spanish Mustangs show in this division as Other Spanish Breed.
Other Purebreds: This class to include horse breeds that include more than one body type such as the American Cream, Bahskir Curly, Russian Don, Kathiawari, Lokai, Malapolski, American Miniature, Turkoman, Wielopolski, all other pure breeds recognized by tradition or breed registries.
Other Partbreds: may compete in the halter division best suited to their conformation and type. For instance, Ara-Apps (Arabian and Appaloosa crosses used for endurance and pleasure riding) may show very Arabian characteristics and do better in Other Lightbreed, or may show very stock characteristics with an Arabian influence in the head and neck and show better in Other Stock. This is up to the shower's discretion. Grades and unusual cross breeds should show where Other part breed classes are offered.
Longears/Exotics: All mules, hinnies, donkeys and burros are considered longears. All non-domesticated, extinct, or living primitive breeds such as Przewalski, Tarpan, Wild Ass, Onager, Quagga, crossbred Zorse and Zony models and Zebras are considered exotics.
Jane Morehouse, Showholder
510-351-1174 cell; 510-351-4859 landline with recorder, usually until midnight Pacific Time