Working cow horse is a type of competition, known also as reined cow horse, where horses are asked to work a single live cow in an arena, performing specific maneuvers that include circling the cow, turning it in a specified manner, and performing a reining pattern. (by Wikipedia)
Begins- February 26 / Ends- April 26
Rules -all breeds allowed -must send 4 photos of horse and rider performing : 2 photos with 2 different reining figures of your choice 1 photo with the rider and horse fencing the cow (pushing the cow along the fence) 1 photo with the rider and horse circling the cow (pushing the cow in a circle) -The pictures are graded on the creativity and the horse's likeness to it's breed -3 horses per stable max. NO MORE THAN 3 -Pictures must be taken in an arena (open or covered)
Attire -Owner/Rider must be wearing a buttoned-up long sleeved shirt, blue/black/brown jeans, black/brown gloves, and a cowboy hat -Horse must be wearing a western saddle with a pad and bridle in each picture. Leg protections allowed.
Photos are not judged by editing, but by the horse and rider's skills.
Entry Form Class: Horse's Name: Breed: Gender: Rider Name: Stable Represented by Rider:
Prices 1st place : a pose of your choice 2nd place : the saddle of the event 3rd place : a trophy
Please enter by posting a reply to this thread
1st - Zachary Dunn with Early Mornin Gold 2nd - Leslie Turner with Olena N Fay Ray 3rd - Camisha Sivile with HR/PoW Diablo 4th (honorable mention) - Etienne Legrand with RDO Colonel's Golden Bar
Last Edit: Apr 28, 2013 6:38:23 GMT -5 by Alice Kyle
First of all, three is fine, don't know if I even find time for more than 1-2. But 'cause there's little room for interpretation, gotta ask this. ;)
Does the term "rider" equal to per person? Meaning that I can enter just 3 horses. Or is it "per rider" in true sense? Meaning that I could enter 3 horses with one rider, another 3 with different rider and yet another 3 with different rider and so on.