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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Nov 12,2017 4:09 pm by WoodyBreyer8941

Oh, and does anyone know what the tagging/notecard format for region 2 is?

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Nov 12,2017 4:05 pm by WoodyBreyer8941

Hi! I'm new to showing, and I was wondering about decorators. I know to put them in the unrealistic colors class, but I was wondering if you need to assign a breed to them. Are they judged off collectibility? Do I need to provide any documentation for them? Thank you!

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Nov 03,2017 4:06 pm by strawberryroan3000

What is MHSP?
reply to: breyerluver
P.S. If you do want some bell boots, there are some on MHSP right now. :)

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Nov 03,2017 4:04 pm by strawberryroan3000

I found out that there are shows in NM!Mabe that means I will start showing soon!

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Nov 02,2017 1:25 pm by BreyerLover2222

A Halter class is judged on basically 2 things---what condition your model is in, and correct breed placement--ie, does your horse you say is an Arabian really look like one? It it doesn't really, it will probably not get a ribbon! :)

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Oct 27,2017 7:21 pm by strawberryroan3000

What is a halter class judged on?I know some things about one but not a lot.

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Oct 26,2017 1:59 pm by strawberryroan3000

Thanks,breyerlover2222!I will try googling it.

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Oct 26,2017 1:38 pm by BreyerLover2222


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Are there ever shows in New Mexico?I really want to start showing but do not know how.

IDK, but good question! Maybe try Googling it?

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Oct 19,2017 11:07 am by strawberryroan3000

Are there ever shows in New Mexico?I really want to start showing but do not know how.

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Aug 01,2016 2:00 pm by BreyerLover2222

Are there any shows going on in IL anytime soon?

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Jan 16,2016 8:06 pm by Gowood1

I have a question in performance. Can you use non Breyer jumps and props for the youth show? Thanks.

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Sep 02,2015 6:11 am by Audri

What do the judges actually judge you on?? Sorry This would be my first show so I'm kinda new to this

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Jul 01,2013 9:31 pm by breyergirl_1859

I am thinking about starting to show, but I would have to attend youth shows. What all do I need for a show
9besides my models of course) and are there any shows anyone knows about this winter in Indiana, Illinois, or Ohio?

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Jan 16,2013 12:15 pm by breyerluver

Ok, thanks!

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Jan 16,2013 11:46 am by PintoLover98


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Where can i find that? I'm not very familiar with NAMHSA. Is there are a link or something? Thanks!


We have our own separate website that is unrelated to NAMHSA's, and I cannot find any links from the NAMHSA site to ours. I'm pretty sure that all of the regions have their own Yahoo Groups, but I don't know if they all have individual websites and stuff like we do here in Region 10. I would ask a showholder, judge, or experienced shower in your region about it.

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Jan 16,2013 9:23 am by breyerluver

Where can i find that? I'm not very familiar with NAMHSA. Is there are a link or something? Thanks!

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Jan 16,2013 8:10 am by PintoLover98

I'm in Region 10. And the tag printing and all that stuff is done through our own regional website, not NAMHSA's.

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Jan 16,2013 6:32 am by breyerluver

I do agree with PintoLover. The SJW mold would not make a very good Thoroughbred. Hey Pintolover, what region do you show in? I'm in region 7, and i've never seen anything about printing the tags or anything. Is it on NAMHSA's website?

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Jan 15,2013 4:25 pm by ThoroughbredLova

For the SJW, I agree with PintoLover, he would probably not place in the TB class, and a warmblood would be better. However, the name doesn't really matter. You won't be placed lower for having a TB sounding name, and usually only the judge(s) will know the horse's name (unless he wins champion).

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RE: Have questions about model horse showing?

Jan 15,2013 4:08 pm by sant

Thanks. None of my horses that I would consider showing had rubs other than their mane/tail, ears and hooves(except one that has a rub that the saddle covers up, so I can use that horse in performance). I'm not too worried with hoof rubs because you can't see them unless they're picked up. I'm lucky that none of my ethereal horses have hoof rubs from their stand.

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