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Big Money Futurity Rules

//Big Money Futurity Rules
Big Money Futurity Rules2018-04-17T11:52:13+00:00

Purpose

  • To promote the halter horse industry, regardless of breed or color of the horse, by providing a futurity program for “NON PRO EXHIBITORS” to compete against other non pro exhibitors (youth and/or amateurs).

Format

  • Foals/Yearlings are made eligible by the stallion owner or agent paying an annual nomination fee.

Futurities Classes

  • All horses shown must have appropriate breed registration papers and meet all normal requirements to show that particular horse as an amateur or youth.
  • All weanlings will enter the pen by foaling date and judges will be instructed to consider their age when judging.
  • There are three yearlings classes, yearlings fillies, yearlings geldings, and yearling stallions.
  • There are 4 weanling classes, junior and senior weanling fillies, junior and senior weanling colts (combined colts and geldings).
  • Only foals from stallions paid in “same” year are eligible.

Entry Fees for Weanlings/Yearlings Non-Pro Classes

  • Pay on or before June 1st – $400
  • Pay on or before July 15th – $450
  • Pay on or before Aug 15th – $500
  • Pay on or before Sept 15th – $550
  • Pay after Sept 15 until 5pm on Sept 20th – $750

Entry Fees for Color Classes

Only APHA & ApHC Registered foals are eligible. Horses Must Enter Corresponding Non Pro Class.

Weanling Color Class –

  • Entry Fees: $150 if paid by June 1,
  • $200 if paid by July 15,
  • $250 if paid by Aug 15,
  • $300 if paid by Sept 15,
  • $350 after Sept 15.

Yearling Color Class –

  • Entry Fees: $150 if paid by June 1,
  • $200 if paid by July 15,
  • $250 if paid by Aug 15,
  • $300 if paid by Sept 15,
  • $350 after Sept 15.

Miscellaneous

  • Color Requirements: Each horse MUST provide proof of registration with APHA or ApHC. Solids are eligible.
  • Horses substituted only with vet signed death certificate. Substituted must meet all eligibility requirements.