Ride for the Roses

A celebration of the Thoroughbred breed

OCTOBER 15 & 16, 2021

Thank you to our Amazing Sponsors!

The  Jockey  Club’s  Thoroughbred  Incentive Program  (T.I.P.) ~ Washington Thoroughbred Breeders and Owner’s Association (WTBOA) ~ Sweet Stitch Embroidery 

VISIT OUR WONDERFUL SPONSORS BY CLICKING ON THEIR LOGO BELOW…

                    

LOCATION

Donida Farm Equestrian Center
16600 SE 376th St
Auburn WA 98092

Direct Questions to:
Show Manager – Gwen Blake go410s@aol.com 360-507-9306
Secretary – Jet Parrett at horseshowjet@hotmail.com

Open to all Thoroughbreds


 – All Thoroughbreds must have a T.I.P. number to compete at Ride for the Roses –

 

ONLINE ENTRY IS OPEN – OPEN

Same Day Haul In/Registration is allowed for Rail Classes & some over fence classes

Final Ride times will be uploaded to Fox Village and posted in the Show Office on Friday

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES – CLICK HERE

PRELIMINARY DRESSAGE SCHEDULE: TBD

Stabling Assignments

B BARN: TBD     C BARN: TBD

Stalls will be available after 1pm on the Friday before the show. If you have ANY stabling issues or requests, you MUST contact Denise– 253-334-9842 or  dlsunick@yahoo.com. Riders are NOT allowed to make changes to the stabling ie: moving stall labels. We assign stabling for a variety or reasons and any/all changes MUST go through Denise.

CLASS LIST

IN HAND & RAIL – Friday October 15, 2021 @ 6:00pm

  1. Halter, Oaks Class
  2. Halter, Preakness/Emerald Class
  3. Halter, Belmont Class
  4. Halter, Longacres Class
  5. Halter, Derby Class
  6. Invitational Halter Champioship – Top 2 Horses from Classes 1 – 5
  7. Showmanship
  8. Walk Only Pleasure
  9. Walk/Trot Pleasure, Oaks Class
  10. Walk/Trot Pleasure, Preakness/Emerald Class
  11. Walk Trot Pleasure, Belmont Class
  12. Walk/Trot Pleasure, Longacres Class
  13. Walk/Trot Pleasure, Derby Class
  14. English Pleasure, Oaks Class
  15. English Pleasure, Preakness/Emerald Class
  16. English Pleasure, Belmont Class
  17. English Pleasure, Longacres Class
  18. English Pleasure, Derby Class

TRAILS – Saturday October 16, 2021

101. Trails, In-Hand
102. Trails, Walk Only
103. Trails, Walk/Trot
104. Trails, Walk/Trot/Canter

NAWD – Six Feet On The Ground

201. Foundation 1 or 2
202. Foundation 3 or 4
203. Foundation 5 or 6
204. Progression 1, 2 or 3

DRESSAGE
301. Intro Level TOC
302. Training Level TOC
303. First Level TOC
304. Second, Third or Fourth Level TOC
305. FEI TOC
306. Musical Freestyle TOC

EVENTING COMBINED

401. Inchworm
402. Grasshopper
403. Hopeful
404. Beginning Novice
405. Novice
406. Training

ENHANCED JUMPERS

501. Ground Poles
502. Ground Poles (2nd Round)
DIV A
503. Cross Rails – 12″
504. Cross Rails – 12″ (2nd Round)
DIV B
505. 18-24″
506. 18-24″ (2nd Round)
DIV C
507. 2’3″
508. 2’3″ (2nd Round)
DIV D
509. 2’6″
510. 2’6″ (2nd Round)
DIV E
511. 3′
512. 3′ (2nd Round)
DIV F

HUNTERS

Cross Rails
601. Flat
602. Hunter
603. Equitation

Cross Rails (2nd Round)
604. Flat
605. Hunter
606. Equitation

2′
607. Flat
608. Hunter
609. Equitation

2′ (2nd Round)
610. Flat
611. Hunter
612. Equitation

2’3″
613. Flat
614. Hunter
615. Equitation

2’3″ (2nd Round)
616. Flat
617. Hunter
618. Equitation

2’6″
619. Flat
620. Hunter
621. Equitation

2’6″ (2nd Round)
622. Flat
623. Hunter
624. Equitation

2’9″
625. Flat
626. Hunter
627. Equitation

2’9″ (2nd Round)
628. Flat
629. Hunter
630. Equitation

3′
631. Flat
632. Hunter
633. Equitation

3′ (2nd Round)
634. Flat
635. Hunter
636. Equitation

HIGH POINT NOTES

High Point Division Championships (Each entry may qualify for multiple Divisions)

  • Derby Class (Open) Thoroughbred–Must have Thoroughbred Incentive Program (T.I.P.) Number
  • Oaks Class (Ladies First) Filly/Mare – Maiden, Broodmares, Former Broodmares
  • Preakness Class (Young Horse) – Horse in its first 2 years of showing, regardless of age
  • Belmont Class (War Horse)–25+ starts or >$50,000 in lifetime track earnings
  • Longacre’s Class (Senior Horse) – 18 years or older
  • Emerald Class (Green Horse)–2 Years or Less since last race (also competes as Young Horse
  • Junior Rider–17 years or younger

The Championship Awards celebrate the versatility of the Thoroughbred Breed and Bloodlines and are calculated on the following criteria:

  • Based on accumulated points earned by class placing plus bonus points where applicable
  • For single Horse/Rider Pairs (multiple rider scores do not accumulate for the horse’s rank)

AWARDS

  • 2021 Ride for the Roses Derby Class Grand Champion Sponsored by: WASHINGTON THOROUGHBRED BREEDERS & OWNERS ASSN (WTBOA)
    • The Jockey Club T.I.P. Highest Point  earning Thoroughbred AwardChampion will be given to the highest placing Thoroughbred at the competition (regardless of discipline/division).
    • Awards: Deluxe Rose Garland, Champion Trophy, Ribbon, Cooler, TIP High Point Award
  • Derby Class Reserve Champion 
    • Highest Point earning Thoroughbred Award – Reserve will be given to the second highest placing Thoroughbred at the competition (regardless of discipline/division).
    • Awards: Trophy, Reserve Champion Ribbon
  • Oaks Class Champion Filly/Mare 
    • Highest Point earning Filly or Mare
    • Awards: Rose Garland, Trophy, Champion Ribbon, Embroidered Cooler
    • Eligible Classes: Oaks, Open, Equitation, Trails, Six Feet on the Ground, Dressage, Jumping, Eventing Combined, Hunters
  • Preakness Class Champion Young Horse 
    • The High Point Young Horse Award will be given to the highest placing Thoroughbred that is competing in it’s first two years of showing, regardless of age.
    • Awards: Rose Garland, Trophy, Ribbon & TIP neck sash, Embroidered Cooler
    • Eligible Classes: Preakness, Open, Equitation, Trails, Six Feet on the Ground, Dressage, Jumping, Eventing Combined, Hunters
  • Belmont Class Champion War Horse 
    • The High Point War Horse Award will be given to the Highest Placing Thoroughbred at the competition (regardless of discipline/division) that has 25+ starts or >$50,000 in lifetime track earnings.
    • Awards: Rose Garland, Trophy & Ribbon, Embroidered Cooler
    • Eligible Classes: Belmont, Open, Equitation, Trails, Six Feet on the Ground, Dressage, Jumping, Eventing Combined, Hunters
  • Longacres Class Champion Senior Horse 
    • The High Point Senior Horse Award will be given to the highest placing Thoroughbred Aged 18 or over
    • Awards: Rose Garland, Trophy & Ribbon, Embroidered Cooler
    • Eligible Classes: Longacres, Open, Equitation, Trails, Six Feet on the Ground, Dressage, Jumping, Eventing Combined, Hunters
  • Emerald Class Champion Green Horse 
    • The Jockey Club T.I.P. Green OTTB High Point Award will be given to the highest placing Thoroughbred at the competition (regardless of discipline/division) that raced within the past two years. It is the responsibility of the owner/rider to provide the show with the horse’s last race date. The last race date is also printed on the T.I.P. Number card.
    • Awards: Rose Garland, Trophy & Ribbon, Embroidered Cooler
    • Eligible Classes: Emerald, Open, Equitation, Trails, Six Feet on the Ground, Dressage, Jumping, Eventing Combined
  • In-Hand Champion
    • The High Point teamed based on In-Hand Class placement
    • Awards: Rose Garland, Trophy, Ribbon & Engraved Halter
    • Eligible Classes: Halter, Showmanship, Six Feet on the Ground & In-Hand Trail (Classes:1,2,3,4,5,7,101,201,202,203,204)
  • High Point Junior Rider 
    • The Jockey Club T.I.P. Junior Rider High Point Award will be given to the Thoroughbred/rider combination accumulating the most points where the rider is 17 years old or younger.
    • Awards: High Point ribbon and medal
    • Eligible Classes: Open, Equitation, Trails, Six Feet on the Ground, Dressage, Jumping, Eventing Combined, Hunters

The following High Point Awards are based on accumulated points earned in class placing and will be presented at the Awards:

  • High Point English Pleasure
    • Eligible Classes: 5, 7, 8, 13, 18

AWARDS will be announced upon completion of the last class in each division. Please join us for a celebration of our Champions at the end of the show.

The following Point Awards are given to the High Points based on Placings in each of the following divisions:

DRESSAGE

  • Dressage – USDF Intro Level*
  • Dressage – USDF Training Level*
  • Dressage – USDF First Level*
  • Dressage – USDF Second/Third/Fourth Level*
  • Dressage – USDF Musical Freestyle
  • Dressage – Young Horse
  • Dressage – High Score Overall
    • The Jockey Club T.I.P. High Score Thoroughbred Award will be given to the highest scoring Thoroughbred at the competition (regardless of division). A sash will be provided for the winning horse. Available for Dressage and Freestyle. For calculation of High Score (Dressage) awards, when calculating the award winner, to add points to the final percentage score based on the degree of difficulty of the test as follows:
      • Training +1
      • First Level +3
      • Second Level +5
      • Third Level +7
      • Fourth Level +9
      • FEI Levels +11
  • Dressage – High Point Overall
    • The Jockey Club T.I.P. High Point Overall Award will be given to the Highest Point total for at least two different tests in the same level.

* Must Ride Two Different Dressage Tests in the Same Level to qualify for High Point. If two identical Dressage tests are ridden within a level, only the Highest Scoring test will be placed

EVENTING COMBINED

Must successfully complete the designated Dressage Test and Enhanced Jumper round to earn a High Point award in each of the following categories. (keep in mind that all over fence classes will be run at the same height until complete. The Enhanced Jumper rounds will go first and then the Eventing Combined round will go last. If you ride additional rounds in the Enhanced Jumper Division you will be riding for those classes first and only your final round will count toward your Eventing Combined placing.)

  • Eventing Combined – Inchworm
    • USDF Intro A Dressage & Ground Pole Round
  • Eventing Combined – Grasshopper
    • USDF Intro A Dressage & 12″ Jumper Round
  • Eventing Combined – Hopefull
    • USDF Intro A Dressage & 18-24″ Jumper Round
  • Eventing Combined – Beginning Novice
    • USEA Eventing Dressage Beginning Test A & 2’3″ Jumper Round
  • Eventing Combined – Novice
    • USEA Eventing Dressage Novice Test A & 2’6″ Jumper Round
  • Eventing Combined– Training
    • USEA Eventing Dressage Training Test A & 3′ Jumper Round
  • Eventing Combined – Young Horse
    • High Point Horse (based on placing) in it’s first two years of competing at any age, any level

ENHANCED JUMPING

Two classes are available per Height Divisions A-F. You must ride both rounds successfully to qualify for the Division High Point Award. You may enter the first class in the height as a single class if you prefer & it will be placed 1st-5th The Division will award a High Point & Reserve.

T.I.P. Jumping High Point Awards will be given in the following categories:

  • Enhanced Jumping – Low (2’3”&below)**
  • Enhanced Jumping – High(2’6”&above)**
  • Enchanced Jumping – Young Horse

** Must successfully ride twice without disqualification to be eligible to win the Low, High or Young Horse T.I.P. Award.

HUNTERS

  • Cross Rails
  • 2′
  • 2’3
  • 2’6
  • 2’9
  • 3′

Hunter High Point awarded to the highest overall point earner in a single round to include the Flat, Hunter & Equitation Class of that round. Second round scores may not be combined with first round scores. 

CHINOOK PASS AWARD

We are excited to announce the return of the Chinook Pass Award to Ride for the Roses 2020. This Award is given to honor the “Whole Heart” Spirit that was embodied in the Great Race Horse, Chinook Pass.

Chinook Pass is noted to be “…one of, if not THE fastest racehorse that ever lived” – Ron Charles, President Santa Anita Park
He won an impressive 16 races including the 1983 Longacres Mile, set world records and won the 1983 Eclipse Award as the American Champion Sprinter. After his retirement from racing he became a competition horse and dearest friend to Jill Hallin who gave him a home until he passed in 2010 at the age of 31.
It is through Jill’s love of Chinook Pass that she sponsors this award and brings the Spirit of Chinook Pass to this very special event.

 

Point System

Points Per Placing

5  – First

4 – Second

3 – Third

2 – Fourth

1 – Fifth

 

Points Per Placing

25  – First

20 – Second

15 – Third

10 – Fourth

5 – Fifth

Points Per Placing

50  – First

40 – Second

30 – Third

20 – Fourth

10 – Fifth

Points Per Placing

50  – First

40 – Second

30 – Third

20 – Fourth

10 – Fifth