May 11-14, 2022
National Equestrian Center - Lake Saint Louis, MO
Entries Due April 20, 2022
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Chapter V Horse Show
BATTLE OF THE BREEDS
Class judged at the walk (no flat walk required), trot and canter. Horses may be any breed or seat. Winner receives 50/50 split of entry fees as prize money.
SINGLE PASS CLASS
Horses will be drawn for an order of go. Each horse comes into the ring, completes one lap and leaves. At the conclusion, all horses re-enter the ring and line up to be judged. Any type of horse may enter, under saddle or driving. Winner receive 50/50 split of entry fees as prize money.
FOLDS OF HONOR VETERAN 3G SHOW PL.
The Folds of Honor Foundation funds educational scholarships for children and family members whose military parent or spouse has been killed or disabled in the line of duty. Nationally, there are over 172,000 family members that are affected across the country and more than 85% do not qualify for any type of federal educational funding. The St. Louis National Charity Horse Show is proud to announce their support for The Folds of Honor Foundations through a class for 2021.
This class will feature “Veteran” Three Gaited Show Pleasure American Saddlebred horses, 11 years and over. The horse must be turning 11 , or older, in the current year of competition. Eleven years was chosen to coincide with Veteran’s Day, which is celebrated annually on November 11th.
Corporate and individual sponsorships are available. Donations of raffle/auction items, gift certificates or any type of gift are also appreciated. Visit www.foldsofhonor.orgfor more information on the Folds of Honor Foundation which is 501© 3 charitable organization.
$100 Incentive awarded at the end of every session! Must be present to win
AM Session Eligible Recipients - Owners and Riders
PM Session Eligible Recipients - Trainers
Based in Lexington, KY, the UPHA is an association of professional horsemen and horsewomen who have united to improve the show horse industry and to define and clarify their professionalism within the industry. Since its inception in 1968, the UPHA has expanded into nineteen regional chapters that comprise all fifty states and Canada. The predominant breeds represented by UPHA members are the American Saddlebred, the Morgan Horse, the Hackney Pony and the National Show Horse. From the beginning, UPHA programs have benefited not only the individual horse person, but the entire horse show industry.
The UPHA regularly works with the United States Equestrian Federation, The American Horse Council and the various breed organizations to promote safety, ensure fairness, improve conditions, increase attendance and improve the overall horse show experience for owners, trainers, grooms, and spectators alike. In addition to its core programs, the UPHA seeks to foster communication and mutually beneficial relationships between all participants in the horse show industry.
For over forty years the United Professional Horsemen's Association has given a united voice to the individual trainer while recognizing his/her unique capabilities and talent. We invite you to learn more about UPHA's goals and programs, and would welcome your membership into our association.
Show Manager - Peter Fenton
Show Chair - Kent Swalla & Kelly Hulse
Secretary - Kelly McFaul
Ringmaster - Jerome Parker
Announcer - Paul DeVroomen
Music - Michael Wilcox
Photographer - Howie Schatzberg
Video - SeeHorse Video
Farrier - Frank Forget
Paddock Manager - Ashlyn Fisher
Veterinarian - Mid Rivers Equine Center
Bedding - National Equestrian Center
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