HOW TO QUALIFY FOR THE MEDAL AND MACLAY FINALS - PART 1
HOW DO YOU QUALIFY FOR MEDAL AND MACLAY FINALS?
DO YOU HAVE TO GO TO "A" SHOWS? PART 1
In a continued effort to answer some of your questions, today will begin a two-part blog explaining how to qualify for the USEF Medal and the ASPCA Maclay finals. Eligibility to participate in the Medal and Maclay finals does not require going to "A" shows. Accumulating enough points required for your geographic location is the determining factor.
The USEF HUNTER SEAT MEDAL qualifying period begins October 1 and ends on September 30. A current membership in the USEF is required to enter a class. USEF Medal points accumulate by determining the number of entries in a class and placing in the first through fourth positions. Six entries in a class are required for the points to be valid.
The POINTS accumulate as follows:
The geographic points required by STATE are as follows:
In 2005, over 250 junior riders participated at the USEF Medal finals in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania! For further information about qualifying, please go to the USEF website and for information on the 61st Annual Pennsylvania National Horse Show, please go to panational.org.
Next, will be information about the ASPCA Maclay.
Talk to you soon!