Welcome to the PHA 2019-2020 Show Season!

Parkland Horseman’s Association (PHA) is a non-profit organization that hosts monthly Dressage, Obstacle and Introductory Hunter/Jumper shows at the Parkland Equestrian Center. 
Membership in PHA is required to participate in our shows and special events to cover liability insurance costs. For membership form, click here.

In addition to cash and check, PHA now accepts Venmo! Please contact Show Chair for details.

2019
October 27
December 8

2020
January 12
February 9
March 15
April 26
May 24 – Rain Date

Lead-line
USDF Introductory (Open and Novice)
Training Level First Level
Second Level
Third Level
Fourth Level
All FEI Tests
In Hand
Western Dressage

Class #Class Description
IH-1 • USDF Dressage Sport Horse Prospects (In-Hand)
IH-2 • USDF Junior Handler – 12 and under (Jr. In-Hand)
LL-A • PHA Leadline Test A – 10 and under (Walk Only)
LL-B • PHA Leadline Test B – 10 and Under (Walk-Trot)
LL-C • PHA Leadline Test C – 10 and Under (Walk-Trot)
IN-A(N) • USDF Introductory Level Test A Novice
IN-B(N) • USDF Introductory Level Test B Novice
IN-C(N) • USDF Introductory Level Test C Novice
IN-A(O) • USDF Introductory Level Test A Open
IN-B(O) • USDF Introductory Level Test B Open
IN-C(O) • USDF Introductory Level Test C Open
TR-1 • — USEF Training Level Test 1
TR-2 • — USEF Training Level Test 2
TR-3 • — USEF Training Level Test 3
1-1 • — USEF First Level Test 1
1-2 • — USEF First Level Test 2
1-3 • — USEF First Level Test 3
2-1 • — USEF Second Level Test 1
2-2 • — USEF Second Level Test 2
2-3 • — USEF Second Level Test 3
3-1 • — USEF Third Level Test 1
3-2 • — USEF Third Level Test 2
3-3 • — USEF Third Level Test 3
4-1 • — USEF Fourth Level Test 1
4-2 • — USEF Fourth Level Test 2
4-3 • — USEF Fourth Level Test 3
FEI • FEI Tests – PSG through GP (Please specify Test on Entry Form)
WD • Western Dressage (Please specify Test on Entry Form)
FS • Freestyle (Please specify which level on Entry Form)
4H • 4-H Dressage Test (Please specify Test on Entry Form)

Individual Membership: $30 or Family Membership: $40 (required)

Dressage Fee: $25

Class Fees: $15 Non-compete Fee: $20

All entries, accompanied by current Coggins, must be received before closing date for registration (2 weeks prior to show date). Late entries will be subjected to $10 late fee, space permitting.

PHA is proud to offer a friendly and easy-going opportunity to compete in the sport of dressage. We hope our low-stress environment gives riders a place to test themselves, their horses and prepare for larger competitions. Our New PHA Lead-line tests are a unique way to introduce young riders to the dressage arena, and showing.

  1. Please read PHA General Rules.
  2. All tests are current USDF, FEI and WDAA tests unless otherwise stated. Find our PHA Lead-line tests in our show book or contact a board member for a copy.
  3. Riders MUST preregister and entry forms for the current year MUST be filled out in entirety accompanied by a current copy of a negative Coggins test and payment in full. A LEGIBLE photo including a photo of check may be emailed to Show Chair but payment must still be received by closing date.
  4. Only one horse/rider combination per form and horse’s name must match Coggins test.
  5. Closing date for registration is 7 days before the show. Late entries are subject to $10 late fee and accepted at discretion of Show Secretary or Chair.
  6. Mail entries in care of Suzie Cook to general mailing address: P.O. Box 670661, 6295 W Sample Rd., Coral Springs, FL 33067 (suzie10cook@gmail.com).
  7. Fees for classes scratched after the closing date will become a donation to PHA. Refunds after closing date may be considered with a request accompanied by a doctor to veterinarian note.
  8. Ride times available after 7 PM the Thursday before the show.
  9. Attire: SEI approved helmets are mandatory for all English riders, strongly encouraged for Western riders and are mandatory for all riders under the age of 18. Proper dressage show attire is encouraged but English attire or a sleeved collared shirt with boots, breeches and belt is acceptable.
  10. Introductory Level Novice classes are open to first year competitors only.
  11. Lead-line riders are not permitted to compete in any other riding classes on that day.
  12. Daily Awards: Ribbons will be awarded for 1st through 6th in each class. A Level Champion will be awarded to the horse/rider with the highest average score of that level (must have 2 score minimum). Reserve Champion goes to the second highest average score (cannot be the same horse/rider combination as Level Champion).
  13. Year-End Awards: Champion and Reserve trophies, and Champion, Reserve then 3rd-6th place ribbons will be awarded for each level. Placing will be determined by average of total scores per horse/rider combination in each level. Please see PHA General Rules for more specifics to qualify.

2018
October 26
December 7

2020
January 11
February 8
March 14
April 25
May 23 – Rain Date

In-Hand
Under-Saddle
Lead-Line

Interested in attempting a course without competing at all? Practice runs (unranked) are available (membership fee, office fee, and first run fee still apply).

A.  In-hand Novice
B.  In-Hand Advanced
C.  Under-saddle Novice
D.  Under-saddle Advanced
E.  Lead-line

Interested in attempting a course without competing at all? Practice runs (unranked) are available (membership fee, office fee, and first run fee still apply).

Individual Membership: $30 or Family Membership: $40 (required)
Obstacle/Office Fee, $20
Class Fee, $10
Non-scored Fee, $5
Additional runs, $5. (Additional runs do not qualify for placing in class)

Interested in attempting a course without competing at all? Practice runs (unranked) are available (membership fee, office fee, and first run fee still apply).

PHA’s Obstacle Challenge is a fun, easy introduction to obstacle events. Untimed and open to any discipline, this is family friendly way to better your horsemanship and strengthen the bond with your equine partner. Expect some obstacles to be similar to those found in trail classes.

Interested in attempting a course without competing at all? Practice runs (unranked) are available (membership fee, office fee, and first run fee still apply).

  1. Please read the PHA General Rules and Judge’s Guidelines.
  2. All participants must be a member of PHA in good standing.
  3. All Participants must present a current copy of a negative Coggins test and name must match the one on the entry form.
  4. One horse/rider/handler pair per entry form. Participants may add classes or additional runs.
  5. Riders/handlers may register the morning of the competition.
  6. Attire: Show attire for your respective discipline is encouraged. Mandatory: SEI approved helmet for rider/handlers under the age of 18, long pants, boots, belt, and a sleeved, collared shirt.
  7. Classes: A. In-Hand Novice; B. In-Hand Advanced; C. Under-saddle Novice; D. Under-saddle Advanced; E. Lead-line.
  8. Fees: Obstacle/office fee $20, Class fee $10, additional runs $5. (additional runs do not qualify for placing in class).
  9. Scoring: Rider/handler 0-10 OBSTACLE. Horse 0-10 per OBSTACLE. Equitation 0-10 per run. Partnership 0-10 per run. Overall presentation 0-10 per run. Scores will be totaled to determine placing. Ties will be broken by Partnership score. If Partnership scores are the same, winner will be determined by the judge.
  10. Classes will be placed 1st through 6th. A Champion and Reserve In-Hand Horse and Under Saddle will be named to the horse earning its highest score its first time on the course.
  11. 11. After registering, riders/handlers will receive a back number and their score sheet will be given to the judge to hold. Once a rider/handler is registered, rider should place name on the order of go sheet at the gate. Qualifying score sheets will go to the office to be scored. Additional run sheets can be kept by rider/handler.
  12. Only one horse/rider/handler will be on the course at a time.
  13. A half-hour walk-through will be available for riders/handlers at 9:00 am. Horses are NOT allowed on the course until competition begins.
  14. Riders/handlers may do multiple additional runs but only AFTER performing their Class Qualifying run in that same class. IE. A handler may not do an additional run in In-Hand Novice then compete in that class but may compete in In-Hand Advanced or Under-saddle classes.
  15. The course must be performed as shown in the course diagram that is posted the day of the show.
  16. 3 attempts at an obstacle are allowed, unless the judge deems it’s necessary to move to the next obstacle. The Judge may excuse a horse/rider/handler pair at any time for any reason. Dismounting to help a horse through an obstacle is allowed. Points will be subtracted for the obstacle but may be added in the Partnership score at the Judge’s discretion. Rider must remount before the approaching the next obstacle.
  17. Once a horse/rider/handler have successfully completed an “Advanced” course, that pair can not earn a qualifying score on a “Novice” course respectively in In-Hand or Under-Saddle Classes for that show and all following shows in that season. In-Hand Advanced pairs may compete in Under-Saddle Novice. The same horse may compete in any class with a different rider/handler.
  18. Lead-Line horses MUST successfully complete the course in another class before preforming in the Lead-Line class. Lead-Line competitors may not cross enter another riding class.
  19. PHA may choose to as a timed Jackpot class after the completion of all classes.
  20. Sign-up sheets are available in the office the day of the show.
  21. Year-End awards: Champion, Reserve, and places 3rd-6th, will be awarded for each class. A Youth award is available for riders/handlers 16 years and younger in combined In-Hand classes and combined Under Saddle classes. Horse/rider combinations that are receiving awards for Advanced In-Hand and Advanced Under saddle will be excluded from the respective Novice classes. Please check General Rules for specifics to qualify.

To download complete Obstacle rules, CLICK HERE.

2019
October 26
December 7

2020
January 11
February 8
March 14
April 25
May 23 – Rain Date

Beginner Lead-line (walk only)
Advanced Lead-line (walk/trot)
Beginner Cross-rails (Walk/Trot) (1 jump)
Advanced Cross-rails (Walk/Trot/Canter) (4 Jumps)
Short Stirrup
Low Adult Hunters
Novice Hunter
Jumpers

To download Class List in full, CLICK HERE.

100: BEGINNER LEADLINE-(Walk Only)
For Riders learning to balance and two point.
Beginner Leadline rider must be 10 & under and accompanied by an adult 18+. These Riders may NOT cross enter into ANY other division or class on any horse.
101. Leadline Walk Equitation
102. Leadline Walk Ground Pole (Left)
103. Leadline Walk Ground Pole (Right)

200: ADVANCED LEADLINE-(Walk/ Trot)
For Riders learning to post, steer, and two point.
Advanced Leadline rider must be 12 & under accompanied by an adult 18+. The horse may be led on a lead or off lead with the adult accompanying alongside the rider. The rider will be asked to walk over a pole in one class and trot over in another class. These Riders may NOT cross enter into ANY other division or class on any horse.
201. Advanced Leadline – Walk/ Trot Equitation
202. Advanced Leadline – Walk Ground Pole (Left)
203. Advanced Leadline – Trot Ground Pole (Right)

300: BEGINNER CROSSRAILS (Walk/Trot) (1 Jump)
For Riders independently able to post, steer, and two point at the trot.
Walk Trot Beginner X-Rail will ride as a group in the equitation on the flat however will jump each direction one at a time. These Riders may NOT cross enter into ANY other HUNTER division or class on any horse.
301. Beginner X-rails Equitation Flat
302. Beginner X-rails O/F (Single X-Rail tracking Left)
303. Beginner X-Rails O/F (Single X-Rail tracking Right)

400: ADVANCED CROSSRAILS-(Walk/Trot/Canter) (4 Jumps)
For Riders who are ready to start putting together multiple jumps.
Walk Trot Canter riders will walk and trot together as a group on the flat however will canter one at a time. (One or both directions will be up to the discretion of the judge and or/ Stewart). These Riders may NOT cross enter into ANY other HUNTER division or class on any horse. Rider is able to trot or canter without penalty.
107. Advanced X-Rails Equitation Flat
108. Advanced X-Rails (Tracking Left)
109. Advanced X-Rails (Tracking Right)

500: SHORT STIRRUP
For Riders under 18 ready to start putting together a full course of 5-6 Jumps with a max height of 2’.
The rider horse combination cannot cross enter into any other Hunter division.
501. Short Stirrup Equitation on the Flat
502. Short Stirrup O/F
503. Short Stirrup O/F

600: LOW ADULT HUNTERS
For Adult Riders 18+ who are ready to start putting together a full course of Jumps (6-8 Jumps) that are between 2’- 2’3. Green Horses may also enter this division.
The rider horse combination cannot cross enter into any other Hunter division. A professional may only ride unjudged.
601. Low Adult Hunters Equitation on the Flat
602. Low Adult Hunters O/F
603. Low Adult Hunters O/F

700: NOVICE HUNTER
For Riders who are ready to start putting together a full course (6-8 Jumps) at 2’3-2’6. Green Horses may also enter this division. The rider horse combination cannot cross enter into any other hunter division A professional rider may only ride unjudged.
701. Novice Hunter Equitation on the Flat
702. Novice Hunter O/F
703. Novice Hunter O/F

JUMPERS
800. Beginner X-Rail Jumpers (Blue Ribbon)
Clean trip earns a blue ribbon.
810, 811. Mini Jumpers (X-rails)
820, 821. Tiny Jumpers (2’)
830, 831. Low Jumpers (2’3)
840, 841. Hopeful Jumpers (2’6)

Sign-up is on the day of the show. All entries, accompanied by current Coggins, are to be completed and submitted on-site on the day of the show.

Individual Membership: $30 or Family Membership: $40 (required)
Hunter Division: $42
Jumper Division: $27
Individual Class Fees: $15
Non-competing: $20

  1. All riders will be issued with a back number. Exhibitors must have a back number and be wearing a helmet in schooling and when competing even if participating unjudged.
  2. A rider with three refusals will be excused from the class. The judge has the ability to excuse any rider who displays unsportsmanlike conduct or what the judge deems to be dangerous activity.
  3. There is a maximum of 10 riders in the schooling area at one time.
  4. Professionals may only ride as an unjudged entry.
  5. For Divisions 100-400 These Riders may NOT cross enter into ANY other HUNTER division or class on any horse. They may however ride more than one horse in the same division or show in the JUMPER divisions. The HORSE may cross enter into another division with a different rider.
  6. For Divisions 500-700 The horse/ rider combination cannot cross enter into any other HUNTER division. However, the horse or rider may independently show in another division and the combo may enter into any Jumper division.
  7. Divisions may be combined at the request of the judge/ Stewart if there are less than 3 participants in the division.
  8. Ties for Hunter Champion and/ or Reserve points are decided by points earned in the over fences.
  9. Please see General Rules for information on PHA competitions, awards, and qualifications required for Year End Awards.
  10. Hunter and Jumper sections only the first six ribbons in each class are counted regardless of the number offered. Ribbons have the same value even if less than the specified six places are awarded due to lack of entries. First Place…10 points, Second Place…6 points, Third Place…4 points, Fourth Place…2 points, Fifth Place…1 point, Sixth Place…1/2 point.
  11. Year-End Points are added up by division and 1st-6th place is awarded for each division. A rider must have competed in a minimum of one more than half of the shows to qualify for Year End Awards. For Divisions 100-400 the points will be accumulated by the rider and having different horse entries throughout the show will NOT impact score. For Divisions 500-800 the points are calculated as a horse / rider combination and therefore the combination must have shown at one more than half of competitions to qualify.

To download complete rules, CLICK HERE.