Horse Show Judging for Beginners: Getting Started As a Horse Show Judge

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Globe Pequot, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 134 pages
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As equestrian competitions at all levels increase in popularity so has the call for qualified horse show judges. Horse Show Jumping for Beginners covers all the essential topics novice judges need to know: the expertise and temperament needed to be a horse show judge; getting started - mock and learner judging, license requirements and application procedures; finding judging assigments at recognized schooling, discipline and breed, and intercollegiate horse shows; the mechanics of judging - the basic requirements of each English and Western discipline or breed, bookkeeping or how to keep track of a class and use scorekeeping symbols; working with other horse show officials; and coping with unhappy exhibitors.
 

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Contents

WHY JUDGE?
5
GETTING STARTED
19
KEEPING TRACK
41
WORKING WITH OTHER SHOW OFFICIALS
75
COMMON JUDGING SITUATIONS
89
GOING ON THE ROAD
105
KEEPING YOUR LICENSE CURRENT 1 1 1
113
A FINAL WORD 1 17
119
INDEX
127
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About the author (2002)

McEvoy is a USA Licensed Recorded Judge in Hunter and Hunter-Seat Equitation. She lives in Northern Vermont.

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