The awards committee will compute the Jack Pine Circuit Awards.
To qualify at Introductory, Training, First, and Second
Levels, competitors must have ridden at least
six tests, two of these at the highest test of the level.
Third, Fourth, and FEI Level competitors need to only ride
four tests, one of these must be the highest of the level.
An average score will be calculated using the top 80% of the scores earned by each horse/rider combination during the past show season & final averaged score must be at least
55% to qualify. Scores will be taken only from shows on the Jack Pine Circuit.
Riders must have competed in at least two different shows on the Jack Pine Circuit and must have received scores from at least two different judges.
In order for scores to be eligible for calculation of the Jack Pine Circuit Award, horses must have been registered at the time the scores were received and riders must have been a NWDA member at the time the scores were received in order to have the scores eligible for calculation.
Scores will be used from championship classes, and an averaged score, if there is more than one judge, will be the score used in the calculation.
Horses competing in the In Hand Division must have at least
two scores from two shows and all scores will be used in the calculation of this award.
Horses competing in the Hunter/Jumper
Division must compete in at least two shows and all points will be used in the calculation of this award.
Awards will be given first through sixth place for each level, Introductory, Training, First, Second, Third, Fourth, and FEI, within each of the divisions, Open, Adult Amateur, and Junior/Young Rider.
Awards will be given for In Hand and Hunter/Jumper.
Since the 1998 Awards Program, horse/rider combinations may not win a First Place award at any level more than once.
for Dressage Competitors on the Jack Pine
for Hunter/Jumper Competition on the Jack Pine