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State Championship Show
2017 State English Western Program
Year End Finals Show
Saturday October 21, 2017
Registration opens at 7AM
Warmup arena opens at 7AM
Show starts at 8AM
Heather Corfee, (CSHA)
Sugarland Horse Park
41070 County Rd 18C
The official 2017 State English Western Program Year End Finals Show will be taking place at the Sugarland Horse Park (formerly Historic Nelson Ranch) in Woodland, CA. This event will be a one day show and will not be open to the general public. Only members of CSHA are invited to compete in this competition.
The basic show format will remain from previous years when we participated at the Show of Champions. Champion and reserve champion awards will be given in multiple divisions.
On site stalls (covered and uncovered) and dry camp sites are available.
The Entry Packets will be made available to qualified competitors through your Region English Western Chair. If you are competing as a non-qualified competitor, you can download the entry packet. from the link below.
Show of Champions
English Western State Championship Show
2015 English Western State Championship Show
2016 English Western State Championship Show
The final class standings are available for viewing online at:
All CSHA English and Western individual and team state champions are determined at the State Championship Show (SCS). This show will be held in October and will be centrally located. Whenever possible, this show will be held in conjunction with other state championship shows (Show of Champions).
Only registered Region high point rider/handlers that have competed in a minimum of three approved shows and finishing in the top 10 of their division will be eligible to compete.
The top 10 rider/handlers in a Region’s high point program will be determined based on their Region point total as of September 15th.
If one of the top 10 rider/handlers elects not to compete at the SCS, all other rider/handlers in that category will be moved up in the Region rankings solely for SCS eligibility. Any rider/handler so affected may submit an entry for the SCS provided the entry deadline has not passed. It is the responsibility of the Region chairman to monitor this and to keep individuals and the State chairman advised.
There is no limit as to the number of times an individual may qualify for and/or win a state championship.
Competition will be divided into the following categories:
- Category 1 – English
- Category 2 – Western
- Category 3 – Halter
- Category 4 – Reining
- Category 5 – Ranch
Standard divisions are indicated to guide the structure of the program, but may be reduced or expanded at the SCS based on participation. A division will be offered if Region participation warrants. Inclusion of a division will be at the discretion of the SCS committee
Categories 1 and 2 (English and Western)
- Lead Line (riders 6 and under)
- Walk Trot and Walk Jog (riders 10 and under)
- Riders 13 and under
- Riders 14 – 17
- Riders 18 – 34 amateur adult
- Riders 35 and older amateur adult
- Open (any age or status)
Open Category 3 (Halter)
- Junior Horse (horses 5 years old and younger)
- Senior Horse (horses 6 years old and older)
- Open (any age horse)
Categories 4 and 5 (Reining and Ranch)
- Youth 17 and under
- Amateur Adult 18 and older
- Open (any age or status)