APPENDIX 1: FOSH Regional High Points Program

AP 102 Accumulation of Points

  • Points can only be accumulated at FOSH Sanctioned Shows.
  • Exhibitors wishing to participate, must submit a Point Registration Form (available on the FOSH website) to
    Nancy Harding at Flatwalk11@aol.com or mail to FOSH at 6614 Clayton Rd #105 St. Louis, MO 63117
  • Point Registration Forms must be received prior to the first show the horse is entered in or by June 1 of the
    current show season D
  • The Show Manager/Secretary must submit show results to FOSH Director of Show Sanctioning within 30
    days after the show.
  • At the end of the show season, the FOSH Director responsible for High Point and Versatility will tally all points
    submitted by Show manager/Secretary.
  • The FOSH show season runs from January 1st through December 31st. In order for points to count, show
    results must be submitted to FOSH prior to January 15.
  • In the event a horse receives a ticket for any violation of the HPA from any HIO or federal authority, and the
    ticket is upheld, all points for the High Point program will be declared null and void for the year.



APPENDIX 2

AP 202 Versatility Point Books

           n Point books can be downloaded at the FOSH website (fosh.info) or requested from FOSH.
           n Exhibitors are responsible for maintaining their point book.
           D When youth and adult exhibitor are riding the same horse, each must have and maintain their own book.
           D The Show Manager/Secretary must sign all point books.
           n Adult Versatility points follow the horse.
           u Youth Versatility points follow one Youth/horse combination.
           a Upon completion of the show season, the exhibitor sends the completed point book to the Points Chairman for computation and tally.
           D The FOSH show season runs from January 1st to December 31st of each year. The book must be postmarked or received by the
               Versatility Points chairman no later than January 15 for the points to count for the previous years n Versatility points.




Appendix 4:  FOSH Regional High Points Program

AP 401 Specific Requirements

  • In order to participate in the FOSH regional High Points Program, the owner of the horse must be a member of FOSH. Member ship information may be found at fosh.info or by contacting Friends of Sound Horses, Inc. 6614 Clayton Road #105 St. Louis , MO 6311

  • The High Point Program is open to any gaited breed covered by the IJA Rule Book.

  • Champion and Reserve titles will be awarded annually for each breed in each region.
  • Horses entered must be registered with a valid registry.
  • High Point Titles are awarded from the region in which the horse resides.
  • The FOSH Horse of the Year is awarded to the entry receiving the highest number of total points.



AP 402 Accumulation of Points: 

  • Points can only be accumulated at FOSH Sanctioned Shows.
  • Point books will be available at FOSH Shows or may be requested directly from FOSH. 
  • It is the exhibitor's responsibility to maintain the point book throughout the show season.
  • The book follows the horse.
  • Youth and adult exhibitors when riding the same horse, must have their own book. 
  • The Show Manager/Secretary must sign all point books. 
  • Upon completion of the show season, the exhibitor sends the completed points book to the Points Chairman for computation and tally. 
  • The FOSH show season runs from January 1 st through December 31 st .  The book must be postmarked or received by the High Points Chairman no later than January 15 th for the points to count for the previous years' high point .

In the event a horse receives a ticket for any violation of the HPA from any HIO or federal authority, and the ticket is upheld, all the points for the High Point program will be declared null and void for the year.

AP 403 Awarding of Points

· The North American Championship show will award triple points.

· The Regional Championship Shows will award double points.

· All other shows will award single points.   

  • In classes with six horses or more, points shall be given as follows:

      1 st place ribbon earns 10 points,

      2 nd place ribbon earns 8 points;

      3 rd place ribbon earns 6 points,

      4 th place ribbon earns 4 points; and

      5 th place ribbon earns 2 points. 

      Each horse who completes the class, but does not receive a 1 st through 5 th ribbon, will receive 1 participation point. 

  • In classes with five horses or less, points shall be given as follows :

      One horse class       1 st place will receive 5 points;

      Two horse class       1 st place will receive 6 points and 2 nd place will receive 4;

      Three horse class    1 st receives 7 points; 2 nd receives 5; 3 rd receives 3

      Four horse class      1 st receives 8; 2 nd receives 6; 3 rd receives 4; 4 th receives 2

      Five horse class       1 st receives 9; 2 nd receives 7; 3 rd receives 5; 4 th receives 3; 5 th receives 1



AP 404:  FOSH Designated Regions

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in Region

Region

States and Provinces in Region:

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1

Quebec, Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Michigan, Maine, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts

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2

Saskatchewan, Manitoba, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama

8

3

Alberta , Idaho , Montana , Wyoming , Colorado , Utah , Arizona , New Mexico

7

4

British Columbia , Washington , Oregon , California , Nevada , Hawaii , Alaska





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