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1 2019 QUALIFYING HANDBOOK RULES AND REGULATIONS Effective Date and Repeal These rules become effective January 1, 2019, fo r the conduct of the AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships of 2019 and each subsequent year, presuming proper and adequate financing arrangements can be made and committed prior to January 1 of each year. The AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships shall be governed by the rules and regulations of the AQHA Official Handbook a nd the AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships. All particip ants and owners agree to abid e by such rules and regulations. The 2019 AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse Worl d Championships shall be at the Lazy E Ranch in Guthrie, Oklahoma on June 18-22, 2019. ELIGIBILITY A horse is eligible to compete in Versatility Ranch Horse Competition in which it has earned the minimum number of points assigned for that class. All points considered for eligibility in this show must have been earned starting, Ma rch 1, 2018, at AQHA Versatility Ranch Horse Competitions, and only official AQHA records will be used as the basis to determine eligibility. No points earned at any AQHA Versat ility Ranch Horse Competition beginning March 1, 2019 or after that date, will be counted or considered for eligibility purposes. No official AQHA points will be earned by participation in the AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships; however, any placings in the top 10, finali sts placings, Reserve d Champion will be recognized on the All-Around World Champion and All-Around Worl permanent record of the respective horse. QUALIFYING March 1, 2018 – February 28, 2019 Qualifying Period: There are seven divisions in VRH compe tition – Junior, Senior, Cowboy, Amateur,  Limited Amateur, Youth and Limited Youth To qualify in the all-around to compete for the all-around versatility ranch horse world champion titles: • nd older) horses must earn 1 all-around point in the open Senior aged (6 years old a division, • Junior aged (5 years old and younger) horse s must earn .5 all-around points in the open division (special note – if a horse was 5 as of December 31, 2018 it will still be eligible to compete in the junior division, an d abide by junior equipment rules.) • To qualify to compete in the all-around co wboy, amateur, limited amateur, youth or .5 all-around points in those divisions (in limited youth divisions, the horse must earn 1

2 amateur, limited amateur, youth and lim ited youth must be a horse/exhibitor combination), • around competition of the appropriate division. Or show in three or more shows in the all- To qualify in individual classes: • Senior horses must earn 1 point in the open division. that class in • Junior horses must earn .5 points in that class in the open division. To qualify to compete in an individual cl • ass in the cowboy, amateur, limited amateur, youth and limited youth divisions, the horse (or horse/exhibitor combination) must earn .5 points in that class, • show in three more shows in an indi vidual class in the ap propriate division. Or The minimum eligibility points required will be determined and adjusted annually.   Horses qualified in both Limited Amat eur/Youth and Amateur/Youth individual classes may cross enter the same class (i e. Ltd Amateur Trail & Amateur Trail) All Around. If the horse is All Around ONLY if they are not competing in the division or the other. (A ho rse is All Around eligible if eligible, they must choose one e non-cattle class and conformation). it competes in one cattle class, on To compete at the VRH World Show for the All-Around Versatility Ranch horse:  o The person completing the entry form must choose at least one cattle class, one riding class other than a cattle class and conformation. Th is will carry through all divisions. A person can enter more classes and, if so, all the sco res in the classes will count toward the All- Around.  If a horse is a Limited competitor, he/she can co mpete for the Limited All-Around Versatility Ranch Horse; however, cannot then compete in the Am ateur Division – must choose between the two.  Entry fees will be as follows: o All entrants:  Drug test fee - $55 per horse per division o Open, Cowboy, Amateur and Limited Amateur: Entry - $75 per class  Office Charge - $35 per class   Cattle Charge Cutting - $110 per class Cattle Charge Cow Work - $75  Trail Obstacle Charge - $30  Youth: o  Entry - $45 Office Charge - $35 per class  Cattle Charge Cutting - $85 per class  Cattle Charge Cow Work - $75   Trail Obstacle Charge - $30  Stalls: $200 each for the duration of the show – extra stalls may be requested If you move in prior to noon on Monday, June 16, stalls are $25 per night o o If you move out after noon on Monday, June 24, stalls are $25 per night  Awards will be given for each individual class, as well as for the All-Around Versatility Ranch Horse.  Prize money will be awarded in addition to other awards. o For the All-Around Versatility Ranch Horse co mpetition, there will be $5,000 added money in the Junior Division; $5,000 added money in the Senior Division; $1,500 added to the Cowboy Division; $3,500 to the Amateur Division and $1,500 to the Limited Amateur Division. o Of the $75 entry fee per class, $37.50 of that will be paid out to the particular class and $37.50 will go into the All-Around payout for that division. For specific payout percentages, please refer to the payout chart at the end of this o book. 2

3 Any exhibitor or owner receiving disciplina ry action by the AQHA Executive Committee for year's AQHA/Zoetis Versatility show rule violations at this Ranch Horse World Championships they will be prohibited from par ticipating in the next year AQHA/ Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships. This rule excludes anyone receiving a first time administration penalty for an overage of th erapeutic medication. rsatility Ranch Horse World Championships No horse may be shown under a AQHA/Zoetis Ve judge if that judge has been the owner, trainer, agent in any cap acity or conditioner of that horse within the previous thr ee months; and a judge may not judge a horse which is owned or exhibited by anyone from whom he has received a salar y, commission or any kind of remuneration for selling or buying a horse for that individual; or whether or not a horse is concerned in the transaction, has been in the employ or has re presented such individual in any capacity for remuneration within three months from the date of the show. INVITATIONAL CLASSES All qualifiers to the AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse Worl d Championships will receive an invitation to the show in th e event(s) in which they qualified. The Amateur, Open, Cowboy and Youth A ll-Around World Champions from the 2018 VRH World Show will be automatically invited back to show in the 2019 show, so long as the Amateur and Youth exhibitors are still th e owners at the time of the invitation. In amateur, limited amateur, youth and limited yout h competitions, the invitation is for the same horse/exhibitor combination. Therefore, horses must be shown by the same exhibitor listed at the time of entry and that exhibitor mu st be eligible as the owner or a relation of the owner to show the horse in accordance with Rule SH W220 of the 2019 AQHA Official Handbook. In open competition, the invitation mes must be listed on the entry is for the horse. Exhibitors’ na form along with their AQHA ID number showi ng current membership. Exhibitor changes may current membership will be required. be made at the show, but proof of Once a horse begins competition in any All-Aro und competition, the exhibitor of the horse must remain the same in any and all segments of t hose classes, unless, for good cause shown to show management, at its sole discretion, show management may allow a rider substitution. Open competitors may exhibit up to three horses in the Junior Division and three horses in the Senior Division, – Amateur, Limited Amateur, Youth, Limited Youth and Cowboy exhibitors may show up to three horses in their respective divisions. International, Alaskan and Hawaiian entries If no horses qualify in an event from Alaska , Hawaii and each international country not contiguous to the United States, the high-point horse is invited to the AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships without bein g required to meet minimum qualifying point levels. The method for determining the high-point horse will be the horse earning the most points at AQHA-approved Versatility Ra nch Horse Competitions within the respective state or riod of March 1, 2018 through continent of the owner’s domi cile during the qualifying pe February 28, 2019. 3

4 Amateur, Limited Amateur, Youth and/or Limited Youth exhibitors that qu alify in any class in another horse if the horse dies their respective divisions may substitute a deceased horse with and all other ownership requirements are met by May 10, 2019 . prior to the entry deadline Use of Official Records determine eligibility Show results not received by AQHA by March 10, 2019, will not be used to for the AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships. ENTERING Deadline for entry will be May 10, 2019, and entr ies must be received in the AQHA office by Late entries will be accepted until May 31 with that date. Telephone entries will not be accepted. al applicable fees. All late fees will be added a penalty fee of twice the entry fee, plus other norm to class purses. All entries must be on official entry forms furnished by the AQHA/Zoe tis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships. Please print or type all requested information. Entries will not be accepted if appropriate fees are not remitted. ess listed below, and we strongly encourage you You may return your entry and fees to the addr to use an overnight delivery system. AQHA Attn: Heidi Lane 1600 Quarter Horse Drive Amarillo, Texas 79104 A current AQHA membership is required of al l exhibitors in open cl asses. A current AQHA l Amateur, Limited Amateur, Youth or Limited Amateur or Youth membership is required in al Youth competition. CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS A full refund will only be given if requested prior to the entry deadline. A partial refund may be d, disabled or deceased, but only if requested a considered if a horse becomes severely injure competition. Documentation from an AAEP- minimum of two weeks prior to the start of approved veterinarian stating the severity of the debilitating injury or il lness is required. Stall, drug, obstacle and entry fees will be refunded; howe ver, office fees and cattle charges will be not be refunded. Illness, ac cidents or other incidents concerni ng people will not be eligible for refund. On-Site Check-In Information An entry number will be assigned to every horse by the show secretary. All entries are subject to examination or drug te sting under the provisions of Rule VIO400 of the 2019 AQHA Official Handbook. Should an exhibitor/owner fail to bring the horse’s Registration Cert ificate to the Show, the show secretary will download a copy of the horse’s ma rkings from the AQHA offi ce and the horse will the copy of the markings. then be inspected against 4

5 ARRIVAL The Lazy E Ranch will receive horses entered in the show beginning at Noon on June 16, (if a person needs to come in sooner or stay and horses must be out by Noon on June 24 longer, contact the Lazy E Ranch at 405-282-3004. Every horse entered for competition shall be under the control of the World Show Management, but AQHA, Zoetis, the Lazy E Ranch, their agents, servants or employees, will not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur. Upon entry, every exhibitor and owner and all othe r participants accept th e facility and grounds, and alleyways, where the show is being conducted including, but not limited to, the arena, stalls ible for property damage or personal injury caused on an as is basis, agreeing to be solely respons r, his property or staff, or caused by himself, by third parties to the exhibitor, participant or owne his participant horses, ex hibitors, representatives, agents a nd employees occurring in conjunction with this show; and further agree to indemnif y and hold American Quarter Horse Association harmless from any and all such liability, when ever or however, arising, not caused by AQHA’s own negligence or that of AQHA’s repr esentatives, agents or employees. HEALTH REQUIREMENTS  All horses entered and/or help horses must have a current, orig inal health certificate dated within 7 days of check-in .  A negative Coggins/EIA report that contains th e horse’s markings issued within the last 12 months is required on those horses with the he alth certificate; however, if instead of a health certificate, you have an equine passport, a negative Coggins paper contains the horse’s markings issued within th e last six months is required.  All health papers and Coggins/EIA results s hould indicate the horse’s registered name. All horses must have AQHA Horse Health Check  -In sheet to present to stall office.  used as helping horses must be registered All horses not officially entered in the show American Quarter Horses. JUDGING OF THE SHOW score each class independently A minimum of three (3) judges w ill judge all classes. Judges will and will place all the entries in th placing cards will be given to e class. Their individual score or the World Show management for tabulation. Final placings will be determined by combining the d in each segment of competition. three (3) scores or placings earne ALL JUDGING RULES WILL BE TAKEN FROM THE 2019 AQHA RULEBOOK with the exception of the time and Limited Youth Cow Work. limit in the Limited Amateur ted Youth Ranch Cow Work VRH Limited Amateur & Limi  Will follow 2020 AQHA VRH Limited Cow Work rules: o in the limited ranch cow work cannot compete in SHW564.1 Content. Exhibitors class, at the same show with the both the ranch cow work and limited cow work same horse. Limited ranch cow work exhibito rs are allotted one minute and forty- five seconds to complete th e work. When there are 50 seconds left, the announcer will announce, seconds remaining. At one minute and forty-five seconds, the 50 announcer will call for time. Exhibitors are not required to use all of the allotted time, but must ride until the judge whistl es the end of the run or time expires, whichever occurs first. There are four pa rts to the work: boxing the cow; setting to the opposite end of the arena; and up the cow and driving it down the fence 5

6 boxing it at the opposite end of the arena, and then driving the cow past the middle marker again. There is no expectation that the exhibitor will make a ‘fence turn’, rather the drive down the fence demonstrates correct position and control around the corner. TIE PROCEDURES In each class, specific maneuvers will be desi gnated by the judges to be tie-breakers. The  the start of the class and so noted on score tie-breaker maneuvers will be made prior to sheets. These maneuvers will be ranked as first tie-breaker, second tie-breaker, and so on.  Exhibitors competing for the All-Around Versat ility Ranch Horse shall have their class placings credits entered into the all-around ta bulation. Credits from each class shall be added together for the overall placing for the event. Ties for the all-around Versatility ing the highest placing in the ranch cow work class, or the ranch horse are broken first us limited ranch cow work class, whichever is a pplicable to the divisi on. If this does not break the tie, other classes will be used in the following order: ranch cutting, ranch reining, ranch trail, ranch riding and ranc h conformation. For further information regarding the calculation fo r All-Around, please refer to SHW555 of the AQHA Official Handbook. Monitoring Procedures A monitoring system involving penalty reviews w ill be implemented in all classes except ranch trail. The monitoring system is implemented not only as an aid to assist the judges, but also in an effort to provide the exhibitors with a fair and ng. The monitor system will accurate score or placi automatically be used (1) to review any lack of concurrence in scores or placings when major scores or “re-rides”, are involved (hereafter “Major Penalties; penalties, disqualifications, zero see below) or (2) when a judge requests a revi ew. Lack of concurren ce concerning lameness or non Major Penalties will not be reviewed. A penalty review will not have any impact on the run ct the penalty value to the scor e. All penalty reviews will take content except to add or subtra at the end of the class. It is possible that a place during the next drag, break, cattle change or public announcement may not be made that an exhibitor’s performance is being reviewed. Regardless of whether a public announcement is made, no scores are official until penalty reviews are completed. No judge shall be required to change his/her score following a video replay. Each judge’s decision is an individual ca cision from a video replay. ll and based on the individual de Class Routine Exhibitors must have their horses in place 15 minut es before the class in which they are entered is called. Announcement regarding the progress of the preceding class will be given over the show announcing system. Show management shall exclude horses from competition should there be any unnecessary delay on the part of the exhibitor in bringing the horse into the ring. In the ev ent a horse is excluded from competition, all entry fees and charges will be forfeited without liability to the Show. Working orders AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Ch ampionships or NRSHA will be posted for all classes, and all exhibitors must enter the arena at the direction of show officials in the drawn order. 6

7 No one, other than contestants in the class and show officials, will be allowed in the arena or in except turnback help and he alleyway during the judging rd holders in cutting. Movement of horses in any class will be at th e discretion of the judge; however, horses will not be pulled out or lined up in placi ng order by any judge at any time. lameness at all times while being judged. Any All judges are to inspect each horse for possible s ring steward the entry number of the horse. The time a judge calls a horse lame, he is to tell hi ring steward will in turn communi cate to show management that his or her judge has called an entry lame. If the majority of the judges (two or more) call the horse lame as outlined in Rule SHW325 of the AQHA Official Ha ndbook, it will be excused from that segment of the competition. No announcement will be made over the show announcing system that a horse is being excused. Judges rulings regarding lameness are official and are not subject to review. If the horse is competing for the All-Around Ve rsatility Ranch Horse in any division, the following policy will prevail: 1. A horse may be determined to be lame in a sp ecific class and will be disqualified in that class but may or may not choose to exhibit in the fo llowing class(es). 2. If an exhibitor chooses not to compete in th e remaining class(es), the credits earned at that point from previous class(es) will be used to calculate the final placings. When an exhibitor or horse is disqualified from showing by the management or by officials of the AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse Worl d Championships, the decision is final. The American Quarter Horse Association, AQH A/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World change the order and/or published time of Championships Management reserve the right to It is the responsibil ity of the exhibitor to be aware of changes classes before or during the show. and check the show office or announcer’s stand for the most current information. Special Rules and Regulations Each exhibitor will be assigned two numbers. During the performance classes, one number saddle pad. One number must be worn on the should be placed on each side of the saddle or exhibitor’s back in th e show ring for conformation classes. If the number(s) are not worn properly, or the wrong number(s) is worn, show management may fine that contestant. Unless otherwise noted in this booklet, the rules printed in the 2019 AQHA Official Handbook shall govern. Any rules and regulations not covered by the 2019 AQH A Official Handbook or by rules and regulations of the 2019 AQHA/ Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championships will be handled by World Show Management, and their decision will be final without recourse of any nature. Any exhibitor or rider who refuses to obey the re quests of the judge, ringma ster or a World Show official is automatically barred from further co mpetition and forfeits all previous winnings, together with entry fees and othe r charges. At the discretion of the show management and/or the World Show Committee, the offe nding individual and his entire exhibit may be removed from the grounds. All horses are subject to drug and tail testing under the provisions of Rule VIO330 and VIO400 which state, “For the purpose of this rule, normal ta il functions defined as “being able to raise the 7

8 tail to or above the horizontal plane.” A horse’s inability to raise it s tail to or above the conducted on site by an AQHA-approved veterinarian horizontal plane in response to a tail test shall be considered a violation of this rule.” AQHA PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEOGRAPHY POLICY AQHA prohibits the use of any still photography and/or video cameras for commercial use or ng sites or any other media by competitors, distribution through websites, social networki spectators and visitors at the Association’s championship shows. Any commercial or mass video, or advertisement thereof, taken of subjects within the distribution of photography and/or show ring without prior written consent from show management, is expressly forbidden. Professional photography equipment, cameras with lenses longer than 4 inches and camera support pods or video cameras of any size mount ed on a tripod are NOT permitted under any circumstances except by credentialed media. No photography or video footage will be allowed of subjects within the competition arena, unle ss prior written consent is given by show management. The show’s official photogr apher, videographer and are The American Quarter Horse Journal the only parties permitted to provide othe rs with competition photos or videos. Anyone, other than official sources, who provides or inte nds to provide photos or video from the competition arena to a third party, whether fo r free or for purchase, can be ejected from the event or banned from these events (inc luding showing at AQHA-approved shows) indefinitely. As reciprocal assistance to AQHA for privilege of membership, participation in approved events and ownership of an American Quarter Horse, AQHA may use, without payment of any fee whatsoever, any photograph or other forms of likeness reproductions of a member, event ne names, to promote AQHA’s eir horses and registered equi participant, horse owner, th objectives and activit ies including, but not limited to, use by third parties with authorization from AQHA. Media representatives are issued credentials prior to the show upon the completion of an ography and Videography Policy and credential application process. To view the AQHA Phot the show’s media resources section on AQHA’s website. request application, visit Attire/Logos  AQHA rules cover the required apparel for each class; however, this is a world class event that will receive worldwide publicity. Th erefore, exhibitors are urged to be neat and clean at all times. With the exception of amateurs, contestants and anyone assisting the contestants in the  arena, are allowed to display up to four s ponsor logos (any company) on their equipment and apparel, etc., provided they m eet the following size restrictions; o 1) Logos on any attire or equipment – maximum size of 2” x 3”, or 6 square inches o 2) Pocket emblems and apparel manufact urer logos on clothi ng for sale “off the rack” may not exceed 1” x 2”, or 2 square inches AQHA Corporate Partners will be exempt o 3) Contestant endorsements by current from the size requirements 8

9 o nes may be disqualified from the 4) Contestants violating these guideli to a maximum of $500. competition and/or fined The contestant may no not cove r a logo of a non AQHA corporat e partner/sponsor with any  sort of tape, cloth, etc. If the logo is of a company that is not an AQHA corporate partner, contestant simply can not wear that item of and is larger than the specs listed above, the clothing during competition. General Information and Services No Liability Every possible protection and courtesy will be extended to exhibito rs at the AQHA/Zoetis Versatility Ranch Horse World Championshi ps, but AQHA, Zoetis, Lazy E Ranch, their respective officers, directors, employees and representatives, do not assume or accept duty or responsibility for safety at this S how in regard to participants or for other third parties or for the horses or property thereof. As an express condition of the privilege each owner of to participate, and their employees or re presentatives, and all an American Quarter Horse, exhibitor, trainer other participants, by participating in the Show , assume risk of participation and do hereby release and discharge the above parties from an y and all liability, whenever or however arising, as to personal injury or property damage occu rring as a result of part icipation in an event conducted at the Show, or on Show grounds. may sell products from their stall area. No one, including exhibitors, World Show Participation Guidelines for Executive Committee and Their Immediate Family Members: 1. For purposes of these guidelines, the following definitions apply: a. an Executive Committee member and “Immediate Family Member” shall mean his/her spouse, parent, grandparents, stepparent, sibling, half-sibling, step- sibling’s spouse, half sibling’s spouse. b. “World Shows” shall mean AQHA Worl d Championship Show, AQHYA World Championship Show, Select World Show or the Versatility Ranch Horse World Show [including AQHA’s Cowboy Mount ed Shooting World Championships] (the “World Shows”). 2. xhibit a horse at the World Shows. Immediate Family Members may not e 3. Regardless of who the exhibito r is, the following horses are ineligible to compete at a World Show: a. Horses registered in the individual na me of an Immediate Family Member; b. Horses registered in joint name of an Immediate Family Member and any other party; or Horses registered in the name of an entity (including, but not limited to, c. corporations, partnerships, trusts, estates and syndicat es) in which an Immediate Family Member has an ownership interest in. 4. An Immediate Family Member’s trainer may exhibit any horse at a World Show so long as such horse is not ineligible to compete pursuant to Rule 3 above. 5. As AQHA World Show representatives, Executive Committee members should avoid actual or perceived conflicts of interest associated with th e World Shows and be sensitive to relationships which might be construed as inappropriate. 9

10 Payout Information earn money premiums, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Please be advised that if you fore we pay. The W9 must be completed using regulations require we have a W9 form on file be name and social security or tax number the OWNER’s . Please utilize the form contained in ds envelope and turn in to AQHA personnel at the show, or to your qualifiers’ packet or awar [email protected] or fax to (806) 349-6412 by June 26, 2019. Heidi Lane at Payout checks will be mailed by the American Qu arter Horse Association following the report of paid by check by AQHA and mailed to the address all drug and tail test results. Premiums will be of the owner or lessee at the time of entry. Zoetis AQHA - Versatility Ranch Horse World Show Payout Chart st nd rd th th th th th th th 5 2 6 No. Paid 7 3 8 1 9 10 4 1 place 100% 2 places 60% 40% 3 places 50% 30% 20% 4 places 40% 30% 20% 10% 5 places 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 6 places 30% 24% 18% 12% 9% 7% 7 places 28% 23% 16% 12% 9% 7% 5% 8 places 25% 20% 15% 12% 10% 8% 6% 4% 9 places 23% 18% 15% 11% 9% 8% 7% 5% 4% 10 places 20% 16% 14% 11% 9% 8% 7% 6% 5% 4% 10

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