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Select Your Show Classes by the 30th! Plus info on Drops/Adds…

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What classes are you going to ride at the Triple World Ranking Shows?
Class Entry Form is due Saturday, 9/30/17… BEFORE the show!

We have had lots of questions about the competition in October! First, remember that we are actually running three separate World Ranking shows during one weekend.

The first is on Friday with no finals.
The second is on Saturday with associated finals on Sunday.
The third is on Sunday with no finals.

If you look at the class entry form and the schedule, you will notice that each class may be offered on more than one day. This is a great opportunity to try out and practice classes! Unless it is a preliminary class, we will be giving out placement awards each time the class is offered and for the finals. It also means some classes may have no entries, so watch the schedules carefully and listen to announcements!

In order to make it possible for riders to qualify for the world ranking, we are offering preliminary rounds each of the three days/shows in T1, T2, V2, F1, T3,T4,V2, F2O, PP1 and P2. Anyone is welcome to be in these classes and you may ride more than one horse. You don’t have to be trying out for the World Ranking! Once again, it is a great opportunity to try out your programs and get feedback. The only exception is that if you are eligible and you decide you want to be in a final on Sunday, please spare your horse and choose not to ride your horse in a preliminary round that day.

ENTRY FORM, DROPS, and ADDS
Because we are doing the paperwork for three shows, please follow these rules for signing up for your classes:

**Sign up for your classes with each horse on a separate entry form by SEPTEMBER 30th!

**Please Drop or Add a class by 5:00 the night before the competition. Adds on the day of the competition will only be made at the discretion of the show secretary and will be charged $15.

**It is much easier to adapt the paperwork to Drops than Adds, so there will be no penalty for dropping a class….keep that in mind as you choose your classes and think ahead!

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