• USEF Network Ashley Wordley and Chicago VH Moleneind win the Brook Ledge High JR/AO 1.40m jumper at the @SRJumpingTour! 5/23/2015 2:16:31 PM
  • USEF Network Charlise Casas and Lisanto 2 win the UltrOZ Low Jr/AO 1.20m jumper at @SRJumpingTour! Next up is the Brook Ledge High Jr/AO 1.40m jumper. 5/23/2015 1:19:16 PM
  • CNN Sport Jessica Springsteen: Boss' daughter born to jump: http://t.co/EPaPgLcXhE http://t.co/lSffSYlp24 Retweeted by USEFNetwork 5/23/2015 1:10:14 PM
  • USEF Network @SRJumpingTour and @Paso_Fino_Horse Spectrum International are live now! 5/23/2015 11:58:15 AM
  • USEF Network The UltrOZ Low JR/AO 1.20m from the @SRJumpingTour is coming up at noon on the USEF Network! 5/23/2015 11:53:27 AM
  • USEF Network @billsfanchar @Devon1896 there was a technical issue with the stream being sent to us so no Devon this year, but check out @SRJumpingTour 5/23/2015 11:08:25 AM
  • USEF Network Andres Rodriguez & Darlon van Groenhove win the $40,000 Hollow Creek Farm CSI3* Grand Prix #SRJT 5/22/2015 6:40:06 PM
  • USEF Network David Beisel & Ammeretto has an unfortunate rail at the last with a time of 33.56 5/22/2015 6:36:59 PM
  • USEF Network Margie Engle & Royce are clear and currently in second with a time of 34.67 5/22/2015 6:35:06 PM
  • USEF Network Andres Rodriguez & Darlon van Groenhove take over the lead with a clear round and a time of 33.51 5/22/2015 6:31:40 PM

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Q: I show in the Roadster Division. What affiliate memberships are required?
A: Owners, riders, drivers, and trainers of Roadster horses must be members with the American Road Horse and Pony Association. Owners and trainers of Roadster ponies must be members with either the American Road Horse and Pony Association or the American Hackney Horse Society (RD101.3).
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Q: Is protective headgear required in the Roadster Division?
A: Within the Roadster Division, protective headgear is required for exhibitors showing in Youth Amateur and Junior Exhibitor classes, Junior Exhibitor's showing in Amateur, Ladies (both horse and pony classes) and Road Pony to Wagon classes (see RD105.2, RD108, RD110.4, RD110.5, and RD114.5). However, USEF rule RD106.4 states, "Except as may otherwise be mandated by local law, protective headgear is strongly recommended for everyone showing in any class in the Roadster Division."
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Q: Can a junior exhibitor compete in an Open Roadster Class?
A: Junior exhibitors are prohibited from competing in any Open Roadster class with the exception of an Open Roadster Pony to Wagon class. If a junior exhibitor competes in the Open Roadster Pony to Wagon class, protective headgear is required (RD114.5).
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Q: What are the current height restrictions for Roadster Ponies?
A: Roadster Ponies to Bike must be 52 inches or under. Roadster Ponies Under Saddle and Roadster Ponies to Wagon must be 54 inches or under. Measurement cards must be presented to competition management before numbers will be released (RD114.1).
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Q: What horses are allowed to compete in the Roadster Horse section?
A: Effective April 1, 2014, registration with the United States Trotting Association is no longer required in order to compete as a Roadster Horse. The horse must be of Standardbred type, be able to perform the required gaits, and meet the specifications of the class (RD101, RD102, RD103).
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Q: What are the required appointments for an official Roadster to Wagon Appointments Class?
A: RD105.2 states that the required appointments will include the following items: rasp, scrapper, hoof pick, screwdriver, farrier’s knife, farrier’s hammer, knife, goggles, matches, washers, spool wire, wrench, wire pliers, nippers, punch, oil can, horse shoes, horse shoe nails, blanket pins, whisk broom, flask, cooler, halter, rain coat/cover, curry comb, brush, lead strap, clock, and light.
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Q: How do I contact the American Road Horse and Pony Association?
A: You can contact the ARHPA Secretary/Treasurer, Rick Adams, by phone at (678) 296-7442 or by email at photosbyhaley@yahoo.com
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