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How do you qualify for Maclay Regionals?

How do you qualify for Maclay Regionals?

According to the official rulebook, In order to qualify for the Maclay Regional Finals, contestants must win the following: in Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York a rider must win 50 points. In Florida, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, they must win 38 points.

How old do you have to be to go to Maclay Finals?

Finals are open to junior members of USEF or Equine Canada who have not reached their 18th birthday in accordance with GR127, who have qualified through one of the eight Regionals. Previous winners of the Finals are ineligible to compete in the Finals.

Who won Maclay Finals 2020?

Dominic Gibbs
Dominic Gibbs Hoists Winning Title at 2020 ASPCA Maclay National Championship, presented by Chansonette Farm. Lexington, Ky.

Where are the Maclay Finals held?

the Kentucky Horse Park
Now held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, one of the most competitive classes each year is the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) Maclay National Championship, also known as the Maclay Finals.

How do you qualify for the medal finals?

The THIS National Children’s Medal does not require any additional membership to earn points. Riders only need to be current with USEF & USHJA. For the 2021 qualifying period, a rider’s points will only reflect their best 15 shows. They may show more than 15 times with no penalty.

How do you qualify for Adult Medal Finals?

Qualifying Criteria In order to qualify for the Finals conducted by the NHSAA, contestants must win a total of ten points from THIS NHS Adult Medals. Points to be based on the scale of 10, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and ½ points for first through eight place in any THIS NHS Adult Medal.

How do you qualify for the Children’s finals Hunter?

Eligibility: Approx. 25 horse/rider combinations will be accepted, based on points accumulated in WIHS qualifying classes during the qualifying period. In addition, the overall children’s and adult jumper champions at the 2021 WIHS Regional Horse Show will automatically qualify.

How old is Dominic Gibbs?

Based out of Colorado Springs, Colorado, the 17-year-old Gibbs has had an astounding year with top-five finishes in all four equitation finals, now culminating in his victory in the 2020 ASPCA Maclay National Championship, presented by Chansonette Farm.

Where is Capital Challenge Horse Show 2020?

the Prince George’s Equestrian Center
Held each autumn at the Prince George’s Equestrian Center in Upper Marlboro, MD, the 2020 edition of the Capital Challenge Horse Show will take place September 25 through October 4.

Who founded the present day Maclay equitation finals?

Alfred Maclay. The first class was held in Madison Square Garden at the National Horse Show in 1933. Mr. Maclay hoped that this final would inspire young riders to develop good horsemanship and give them respect and compassion for their equine partners.

Who won 2020 medals?

Taylor Griffiths-Madden
October 10, 11:00 a.m. – The winner of the 2020 Dover Saddlery/USEF Hunter Seat Medal Final is…. Taylor Griffiths-Madden! Click here to read the full story!

How high is the this medal?

National Children’s Medal Finals. Since its inception in 1995, the Ariat National Adult Medal has given adult riders the opportunity to compete in a competitive equitation class over fences 3′ in height.

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