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In Saddle Seat Equitation classes, riders should convey the impression of effective and easy control. To show a horse well, he should show himself to the best advantage. Ring generalship must be taken into consideration by the judges. A complete picture of the whole is of major importance in "open" Equitation classes (not breed restricted) only the rider is being judged, therefore, any horse that is suitable for a particular style of riding and is capable of performing the required class routine is acceptable.

 

Contact

Chuck Walker
cwalker@usef.org
859 225 6955

Programs

USEF Saddle Seat Adult Amateur Medal Final

7/12/2018 through 7/9/2019
A national championship for Saddle Seat Equitation riders age 18 or older. Riders qualify for the National Final by having shown and judged in an official qualifying class.

USEF Saddle Seat Medal

10/28/2017 through 10/26/2018
A national championship for Saddle Seat Equitation riders age 17 or under. Riders qualify for the National Final by placing first or second in an official qualifying class.

Additional Resources

2017 USEF Saddle Seat Medal Final Score sheets

The 2017 USEF Saddle Seat Medal Final Score Sheets for Phase 1, Phase 2, combined totals for Phase 1 and Phase 2 as well as the MOS tabulation for the class.

Equitation Division Rules

Chapter EQ Equitation Division

Majority Opinion Three Judge Scoring System

Explanation of the Majority Opinion System (MOS)

Saddle Seat Equitation Eligibility Comparison

Comparison of Saddle Seat Equitation classes for more readily understanding eligibility