Amateur Awards and Titles

AMATEUR PROGRAMS TITLES AND AWARDS

GENERAL

1201. All PHBA Amateur Program awards shall be given on a one (1) horse, one (1) amateur or novice amateur rider team basis.

1202. The amateur or novice amateur must be a current member of PHBA and PHBA-A when amateur points were earned in order for that horse and amateur or novice amateur to be eligible for any Amateur Program award. Unless otherwise stated, all awards will be in the form of a certificate.

1203. Points earned in amateur, novice amateur, amateur select or amateur walk trot classes will be tabulated toward each respective divisions awards only.

TOP TEN AMATEURS

1211. The year end high point and reserve high point overall amateurs, earning the most amateur points in one calendar year, shall receive an award at the next PHBA National Convention.

1212. The top ten overall amateurs will be given honorable mention in the Amateur Issue of Palomino Horses Magazine and/or PHBA website.

1213. Points earned in amateur halter and amateur color shall count toward these awards provided the amateur has earned fifty (50) points in amateur performance events.

AMATEUR SUPREME CHAMPION

1221. The title of PHBA Amateur Supreme Champion will be awarded to any amateur and horse who has won a minimum of three hundred and twenty-five (325) amateur points.

1222. At such time as any amateur and horse meets the point requirements for this award, an appropriate award shall be prepared and presented to the amateur at the next annual meeting of PHBA.

1223. The amateur must have earned an Amateur Superior Award in one (1) of the following events:

A. Western Horsemanship;

B. Hunt Seat Equitation;

C. Saddle Seat Equitation;

D. Showmanship at Halter

1224. They must have earned two (2) additional Amateur Superior Awards in amateur performance events.

A. A Superior in ST Longe Line will not apply.

B. A Superior earned in Hunter In Hand will not apply.

C. A Superior in Western Parade will not apply.

1225. They must have earned one (1) Amateur Register of Merit in a fourth amateur performance event.

A. A ROM in ST Amateur Longe Line will not apply.

B. A ROM in Amateur Western Parade will not apply

C. A ROM in Amateur Hunter In Hand will not apply.

D. EXCEPTION: Retroactive, Supreme Championships will be noted on the horses record and the owner may purchase an award.

AMATEUR HALTER/COLOR SUPREME CHAMPION

1226. The title of Amateur Halter/Color Supreme Champion will be awarded to any amateur and horse who has won a minimum of 200 halter and 200 color points.

1227. At least 25 halter points must be earned at Class “A” shows. At least 25 color points must be earned at Class “A” show

1228. The horse must have 2 Class “A” wins in Halter and Color.

1229. At such time as any amateur horse meets the point requirements for this award, an appropriate award shall be prepared and presented to the amateur at the next PHBA National Convention.

AMATEUR CHAMPION

1231. The title of PHBA Amateur Champion will be awarded to any ama­teur and horse who has won a minimum of seventy-five (75) amateur points.

1232. At such time as any amateur and horse meets the point requirements for this award, an appropriate award shall be prepared and presented to the amateur at the next PHBA National Convention.

1233. The amateur must have earned an Amateur Register of Merit Award in one (1) of the following amateur performance events:

A. Western Horsemanship;

B. Hunt Seat Equitation;

C. Saddle Seat Equitation;

D. Showmanship at Halter.

1234. They must have earned at least two (2) additional Amateur Register of Merits in amateur performance events

A. A ROM in ST Amateur Longe Line will not apply.

B. A ROM in Amateur Western Parade will not apply

C. A ROM in Amateur Hunter In Hand will not apply

AMATEUR HALTER/COLOR CHAMPION

1235. The title of Amateur Halter/Color Champion will be awarded to any amateur and horse who has won a minimum of 100 halter and 100 color points.

1236. At least 10 halter points must be earned at Class “A” shows. At least 10 color points must be earned at Class “A” shows. There must be at least one Class A win in Halter and Color.

1237. At such time as any amateur horse meets the point requirements for this award, an appropriate award shall be prepared and presented to the amateur at the next PHBA National Convention.

AMATEUR SUPERIOR AWARD

1238. Amateur Superior Awards may be won by an amateur and horse earning one hundred (100) amateur points in a given class. Points will count beginning January 1, 1981.

1239. A proper certificate will be issued for each event in which an amateur and horse meets the point qualifications.

AMATEUR REGISTER OF MERIT

1241. To qualify for an Amateur Register of Merit in a class, an amateur must acquire twenty-five (25) points. Points will count beginning January 1, 1981.

1242. A proper certificate will be issued for each event in which an amateur and horse meets the point qualifications.

AMATEUR HONOR ROLL

1251. PHBA will recognize annually the Amateur Honor Roll horses earning the most points in one calendar year in amateur classes in each of the Stock Type and Pleasure Type division classes.

1252. Horses, meeting the eligibility requirements, shall be recognized at the next PHBA National Convention.

1253. First place will be given to high point horse earning a minimum of ten (10) points in each amateur event.

1254. Second place will be given to reserve high point horse earning a minimum of ten (10) points in each amateur event.

1255. The Top Ten in each amateur class shall be given honorable mention in the Amateur Issue of Palomino Horses Magazine and/or PHBA website.

AMATEUR GRAND AND RESERVE CHAMPIONS

1258. An approved PHBA show may hold classes for amateur grand and reserve champions in amateur halter classes in compliance with Rule(s) 1091-1095.

AMATEUR HIGH POINT AWARDS

1259. APA High Point Amateur awards are not required to be given at PHBA approved shows; however, it is recommended. The method of determining the award should be made by the APA and should be made available to exhibitors.

AMATEUR SELECT PROGRAM TITLES AND AWARDS

GENERAL

1261. All PHBA Amateur Select awards shall be given on a one (1) horse, one (1) Amateur exhibitor team basis.

1262. The amateur or novice amateur must be a current member of PHBA and PHBA-A and be fifty (50) years of age or older when amateur select points were earned in order for that horse and amateur or novice amateur to be eligible for any amateur select awards.

1263. Amateurs must show in amateur select classes to earn these amateur select awards. Unless otherwise stated, all awards will be in the form of a certificate.

 TOP TEN AMATEUR SELECT HIGH POINT

1265. The year end high point overall amateur select and horse earning the most amateur select points in one calendar year, shall receive an award at the next PHBA National Convention.

A. High point amateur select are to receive the same award as high point amateur.

B. Reserve high point amateur select are to receive the same award as reserve high point amateur.

C. Points earned in amateur halter and amateur color shall count toward these awards provided that the amateur has earned at least fifty (50) points in two (2) or more amateur select performance events.

D. The top ten year end high point amateur select and horse earning the most amateur select points in one calendar year, given honorable mention in the Amateur Issue of Palomino Horses Magazine and/or the PHBA website.

AMATEUR SELECT SUPREME CHAMPION

1266. The title of PHBA Amateur Select Supreme Champion will be awarded to any amateur and horse who has won a minimum of three hun­dred and twenty-five (325) amateur select points. At such time as any amateur and horse meets the point requirements for this award, an appropriate award shall be prepared and presented to the amateur at the next PHBA National Convention. The amateur must have earned an Amateur Select Superior Award in one (1) of the following events:

1) Western Horsemanship;

2) Hunt Seat Equitation;

3) Saddle Seat Equitation;

4) Showmanship at Halter

A. They must have earned two (2) additional Amateur Select Superior Awards in amateur performance events:

1) A Superior in ST Select Longe Line will not apply.

2) A Superior in Select Western Parade will not apply

B. They must have earned one (1) Amateur Select Register of Merit in a fourth amateur performance event.

1) A ROM in ST Amateur Select Longe Line will not apply.

2) A ROM in Amateur Select Western Parade will not apply

3) A ROM in Amateur Hunter In Hand will not apply

C. EXCEPTION: Retroactive, Supreme Championships will be noted on the horses record and the owner may purchase an award.

AMATEUR SELECT CHAMPION

1267. The title of PHBA Amateur Select Champion will be awarded to any amateur and horse who has won a minimum of seventy-five (75) amateur select points.

A. At such time as any amateur and horse meets the point requirements for this award, an appropriate award shall be prepared and presented to the amateur at the next PHBA National Convention.

B. The amateur must have earned an Amateur Select Register of Merit

Award in one (1) of the following amateur performance events:

1) Western Horsemanship;

2) Hunt Seat Equitation;

3) Saddle Seat Equitation;

4) Showmanship at Halter.

C. They must have earned at least two (2) additional Amateur Select Register of Merits in amateur select performance events.

1) A ROM in ST Amateur Select Longe Line will not apply.

2) A ROM in Amateur Select Western Parade will not apply

3) A ROM in Amateur Hunter In Hand will not apply

AMATEUR SELECT HONOR ROLL

1271. PHBA will recognize annually the Amateur Select Honor Roll hors­es earning the most points in one calendar year in an amateur select class.

1272. An award will be issued for each event in which an amateur and horse meets the point qualifications. Amateur Select and horse meeting the eligibility requirements shall be recognized at the next PHBA National Convention.

1273. First place will be given to high point amateur and horse earning a minimum of ten (10) points in each amateur select event.

1274. Second place be given to reserve high point amateur and horse earn­ing a minimum of ten (10) points in each amateur select event.

1275. The Top Ten in each amateur select class shall be given honorable mention in the Amateur Issue of Palomino Horses Magazine and/or the PHBA website.

AMATEUR SELECT SUPERIOR AWARD

1276. Amateur Select Superior Awards may be won by an amateur and horse earning one hundred (100) points in an amateur select class.

1277. A proper certificate will be issued for each event in which an ama­teur and horse meets the point qualifications.

AMATEUR SELECT REGISTER OF MERIT

1278. To qualify for an Amateur Select Register of Merit, an amateur or novice amateur must earn twenty-five (25) points in an amateur select class.

1279. A proper certificate will be issued for each event in which an amateur or novice amateur and horse meets the point qualifications.

AMATEUR WALK-TROT PROGRAM TITLES AND AWARDS

GENERAL

1280. All Amateur Walk-Trot titles and awards shall be given on a one (1) horse and one (1) amateur team basis.

1281. The amateur must be a current member of PHBA and PHBA-A when amateur points were earned in order for that horse and amateur to be eligible for any amateur walk trot award. Unless otherwise stated, all awards will be in the form of a certificate.

1282. Amateurs must show in amateur walk trot classes to earn these amateur walk trot awards.

TOP TEN AMATEUR WALK TROT

1283. The year end high point overall amateur and horse earning the most amateur walk trot points in one calendar year, shall receive an award at the next PHBA National Convention.

1284. High point amateur are to receive an appropriate award.

1285. Reserve high point amateur are to receive an appropriate award.

1286. Points earned in amateur halter and amateur color shall count toward these awards provided that the amateur has earned at least fifty (50) points in amateur walk trot performance events.

1287. The year end high point amateur and horse earning the most amateur walk trot points in one calendar year, given honorable mention in the Amateur Issue of Palomino Horses Magazine and/or the PHBA website.

AMATEUR WALK TROT HONOR ROLL

1288. PHBA will recognize annually the Amateur Walk Trot Honor Roll horse, earning the most amateur walk trot points in one calendar year in each of the Stock Type and Pleasure Type division classes.

1289. At such time as the amateur and horse meets the point requirements for this award, a proper award shall be prepared and present to the amateur at the next PHBA National Convention.

1290. First place will be given to the high point amateur and horse earning a minimum of ten (10) points in each amateur walk trot event.

1291. Second place will be given to the reserve high point amateur and horse earning a minimum of ten (10) points in each amateur walk trot event.

1292. The Top Ten in each walk trot amateur class shall be given honorable mention in the Amateur Issue of Palomino Horses Magazine and/or the PHBA website.

AMATEUR WALK TROT SUPERIOR AWARDS

1293. Amateur Walk Trot Superior Awards shall be presented to amateur and horse earning a minimum of one hundred (100) points in an amateur walk trot class.

1294. A proper certificate will be issued for each walk trot event in which an amateur and horse meets the point qualifications.

AMATEUR WALK TROT REGISTER OF MERIT

1295. To achieve an Amateur Walk Trot Register of Merit in a class, an amateur must acquire twenty-five (25) points in a amateur walk trot class.

1296. Amateur Register of Merit awards may be earned in any amateur walk trot class.

1297. A proper certificate will be issued for each event in which an amateur and horse meets the point qualifications.

NOVICE AMATEUR PROGRAM TITLES AND AWARDS

GENERAL

1298. All PHBA Novice Amateur awards shall be given on a one (1) horse, one (1) rider basis.

1299. The novice amateur must be a current member of PHBA and PHBA-A when novice amateur points were earned in order for that novice amateur and horse to be eligible for any novice amateur awards. Unless otherwise stated, all awards will be in the form of a certificate.

1300. Novice Amateurs must show in novice amateur classes to earn these novice amateur awards.

TOP TEN NOVICE AMATEUR HIGH POINT

1301. The year end high point overall novice amateur and horse earning the most novice amateur points in one calendar year, shall receive an award at the next PHBA National Convention.

1302. High point novice amateur are to receive an appropriate award.

1303. Reserve high point novice amateur are to receive an appropriate award.

1304. Points earned in amateur halter and amateur color shall count toward these awards provided that the amateur has earned at least fifty (50) points in two (2) or more novice amateur performance events.

1305. The top ten year end high point novice amateur and horse earning the most novice amateur points in one calendar year, given honorable mention in the Amateur Issue of Palomino Horses Magazine and/or the PHBA website.

NOVICE AMATEUR HONOR ROLL

1306. PHBA will recognize annually the Novice Amateur Honor Roll horses earning the most points in one calendar year in a novice amateur class.

1307. An appropriate award shall be prepared and presented to the Novice Amateur at the next PHBA National Convention.

1308. First place will be given to high point novice amateur and horse earning minimum of ten (10) points in each novice amateur event.

1309. Second place will be given to reserve high point novice amateur and horse earning a minimum of ten (10) points in each novice amateur event.

1310. The Top Ten in each novice amateur class shall be given honorable mention in the Amateur Issue of Palomino Horses Magazine and/or the PHBA website.

NOVICE AMATEUR SUPERIOR AWARD

1311. Novice Amateur Superior Awards may be won by an amateur and horse earning one hundred (100) novice amateur points in a novice amateur class.

1312. A proper certificate will be issued for each event in which an amateur and horse meets the point qualifications.

NOVICE AMATEUR REGISTER OF MERIT

1313. To qualify for a Novice Amateur Register of Merit in a class, a novice amateur must acquire twenty-five (25) points in a novice amateur class.

1314. A proper certificate will be issued for each event in which a novice amateur and horse meets the point qualifications