Horse/Pony High Point Awards

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The AMR* High Point awards are designed to encourage and reward participation at shows.

All shows, hosted or sponsored by AMR*as well as all other shows with open miniature and/or small classes (with the exception of AMR* Nationwide Shows) are eligible for High Point awards.

AMR Nationwide Shows will have their own individual High Point awards.

Age groups for entry are as follows:

Sections for entry are as follows:

All ages - Normal Halter classes - Futurity classes - Classics - Young Stock classes

Senior Horses/Ponies - Hunter -Show Jumping -Six Bar - Fault 'N' Out

Junior Horses/Ponies - Junior Hunter - (Cavaletti jump overs)

Senior Horses/Ponies - Trail - Lunge Line

Junior Horses/Ponies - Junior Trail - Junior Lunge Line (walk and trot only) -Trot over poles

Senior Horses/Ponies -Harness - Long Reining

Junior Horses/Ponies -Junior Long Reining

Please Note: The choice of classes under each Section/Heading.

Under the heading of Jumping there are the categories Show Jumping, Six Bar, Hunter and Fault 'N' Out.
A horse or pony can accumulate points in either one only, or a combination, of these jumping categories. Your horse/pony may not be a high jumper but may be very good at hunter, if this is the case, enough points for the jumping High Point awards can be accumulated from entries in just this one category. If your horse/pony is good at more than one jumping class you may wish to accumulate points in more than one category.

Under the heading Western Performance there are categories for Trail and Lunge Line. A horse/pony may accumulate points in either one, or both of these performance categories.

Under the heading of Driving there are the categories for Harness & Long Reining. A horse/pony may obtain their brass, silver & gold points from either one or both of these driving categories.

Points:

1st place = 3 points
2nd place = 2 points
3rd place = 1 points

Reserve Champion = 2 points

Champion = 3 points

Supreme = 3 points

Points required to achieve the various High Point awards are as follows:

Bronze Halter, Colour, Novelty = 50 points

Bronze Jumping = 50 points

Bronze Western Performance = 50 points

Bronze Driving = 50 points

Silver Halter, Colour, Novelty = 100 points

Silver Jumping = 100 points

Silver Western Performance = 100 points

Silver Driving = 100 points

Gold Halter, Colour, Novelty = 150 points

Gold Jumping = 150 points

Gold Western Performance = 150 points

Gold Driving = 150 points

Bronze Hall of Fame in Halter, Colour, Novelty - Must achieve one Gold Award. 150 points

Silver Hall of Fame in Halter, Colour, Novelty - Must achieve two Gold Awards. 300 points

Golden Hall of Fame in Halter, Colour, Novelty - Must achieve three Gold Awards. 450 points

Bronze Performance horse/pony - Must achieve Bronze awards in all three sections; Jumping, Western Performance and Driving. 150 points

Silver Performance Hall horse/pony - Must achieve Silver awards in all three sections; Jumping, Western Performance and Driving. 300 points

Golden Performance Hall horse/pony - Must achieve Gold awards in all three sections; Jumping, Western Performance and Driving. 450 points

Bronze Versatility horse/pony - Must achieve Bronze awards in Halter and each of two other sections/headings e.g. Halter plus your choice of two of the other sections Jumping, Western Performance or Driving. 150 points

Silver Versatility horse/pony - Must achieve Silver awards in Halter plus each of two other chosen sections. 300 points

Gold Versatility horse/pony - Must achieve Gold in Halter plus each of two other chosen sections. 450 points

Bronze Hall of Fame Performance - Must achieve a Gold award in all three sections; Jumping, Western Performance and Driving. 450 points

Silver Hall of Fame Performance - Must achieve two Gold awards in all three sections; Jumping, Western Performance and Driving. 900 points

Golden Hall of Fame Performance - Must achieve three Gold awards in all three sections; Jumping, Western Performance and Driving. 1350 points

Bronze Hall of Fame Versatility - Must achieve a Gold Award in Halter and two other sections. 450 points

Silver Hall of Fame in Versatility - Must achieve two Gold Awards in Halter and two other sections. 900 points

Gold Hall of Fame in Versatility - Must achieve three Gold awards in Halter and two other sections. 1350 points

Supreme High Point Horse/Pony Award - Awarded to any horse/pony that accumulates 10 Gold awards in any one section or combination of sections. 1500 points

Platinum Hall of Fame - This is the highest, most prestigious award an AMR* miniature horse/pony can achieve. This is awarded to a horse/pony that has achieved the Golden Hall of Fame in both Halter and Performance 1800 points

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