Lite nya APHA regler inför 2017

Control SC-100 – Effective date January 1, 2017 SC-100.
Single-Judge Shows
A. SINGLE-JUDGE SHOW. A single-judge show is limited to one judge in the arena at any given time and held on one or more days.
1. Single-judge shows may also offer a clinic in conjunction with the show with the official judge serving as clinician. Clinicians must be approved by the APHA.
a. Single-judge shows offered with a clinic are not required to offer the minimum class requirements outlined in SC-095 pending APHA approval.


SC-165. Registration Requirements for Halter and/or Performance
C. Effective January 1, 2006, horses registered in the Solid Paint-Bred/Breeding Stock and Identification registries are eligible to compete in Solid Paint-Bred/Breeding Stock classes only. See Rule RA-000.D.
1. Exception: Effective January 1, 2006 Solid Paint-Bred/Breeding Stock sires or dams may be entered in the following group halter classes: Produce of Dam and Get of Sire, provided the requirements of Rule SC-180.A are met.
2. Exception: All individual working events (per Rule SC-185.F) may be offered as an all Paint registries class. See Rules SC-185.F, AM-085.E and YP-080.G for list of acceptable classes.
a) If offered as an all Paint registries class, Solid Paint-Bred and regular registry horses shall compete within the same class but be awarded points based only on the number of horses competing in their respective registry type. (i.e. Solid Paint-Bred points will be based on the number of Solid Paint-Bred horses competing, etc.)

b) A show may offer overall class awards independent of registry type, but all APHA points will remain separate.

Performance Halter är införd både för regular paints och solid paint breed.

I Green klasser har man lagt till ett max belopp för intjänade pengar dvs man kan inte tävla i ex NSBA och vinna massa pengar och sen rida green i APHA.
Tidigare regler gäller för poäng dvs. 10 i klassen och tillägg : more than $2,500 in lifetime earnings under saddle 

Nya avstånd och höjder i APHA trail: 

Control SC-250-1 – Effective date January 1, 2017 SC-250. Trail I. OBSTACLE REQUIREMENTS. Course will include a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 obstacles and must be designed using at least one obstacle from each of the following divisions. Division A.

1. Ride over at least four logs or poles. These can be in a straight line, curved, zigzag, or raised. The space between the logs is to be measured and the path the horse is to take should be the measuring point. Trotovers and lopeovers cannot be elevated in Novice classes. All elevated elements must be placed in a cup, notched block, or otherwise secured so they cannot roll. The height should be measured from the ground to the top of the element. Spacing for walkovers, trotovers, and lopeovers should be as follows or increments thereof.
a. Walkovers. An obstacles of at least four poles measuring 20 inches (50.8cm) to 24 inches (60.96cm), or in increments thereof, *between poles, either on the ground or raised with a maximum center height of 10 inches (25.4cm). Elevated walk-overs shall be set at 22” (55.9cm) to 24 inches (60.96cm) between poles. These can be in a straight line, curved or zigzag. The spacing for walkovers shall be 20” to 24” (50 - 60 cm) and may be elevated to 12” (30 cm). Elevated walkovers should be set at least 22” (55 cm) apart.

b. Trotovers. An obstacle of at least four poles measuring 36 inches to 42 inches (91.44-106.68cm), or in increments thereof, *between poles, either on the ground or raised with a maximum center height of 10 inches (25.4cm). These can be in a straight line, curved or zigzag. The spacing for trotovers shall be 3’ to 3’3” (90 - 100 cm) and may be elevated to 8” (20 cm).

c. Lopeovers. An obstacle of at least four poles, measuring 6’ (1.82m) to 7’ (2.13m), or in increments thereof, *between poles, either on the ground or raised with a maximum center height of 10 inches (25.4cm). These can be in a straight line, curved or zigzag. The spacing for lopeovers shall be 6’ to 6 ½’ (1.8 – 2 meters) or increments thereof, and may be elevated to 8” (20 cm). *NOTE: A curved or zigzag design is measured for distance between the poles, from center of the length of the pole to the center of the length of the next pole.

AM-300. Amateur Walk-Trot Division F. CLASSES WHICH MAY BE OFFERED.
4. Trail. Scored the same as any other trail class but omitting the lope. Will not be asked to ground tie. A minimum of four and a maximum of six eight obstacles is required. Care should be taken to have a course with appropriate elements and number of obstacles suitable for Walk-Trot exhibitors.

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