Show Tweets: Southeastern Charity 2015

SE CH sign

Southeastern Charity Horse Show
Georgia International Horse Park
Conyers Georgia, USA
September 16-19, 2015
Show Report

Pants comfortable while riding. Will cop to surreptitious waistband loosening between classes.

Heading to the ring. Photo by G
Heading to the ring.
Photo by G

5 thoughts on “Show Tweets: Southeastern Charity 2015

  1. What does this mean: ” If all goes to plan, my last Academy Ch at a regular show. More regular shows, but no Chs.” Academy I get is people riding school horses; details, please on how the the ASB shows work.

    1. For Academy, some shows have two classes, some offer a third championship class. Academy Nationals has a two regular classes on Friday, two championships on Saturday, & two grand championships on Sunday.

      For suit, there are two classes per show, regular & a championship. To qualify for the championship, one has to ride/drive in the regular class, Louisville may have up & out qualifiers as well, but L’ville is special.

      So, I have 1, maybe 2, regular shows left this year. Neither offer championship classes in Academy. Plus Nationals, which has titles flying every which way. That will be it for Academy. What happens next year? Who knows.

  2. This actually raises more questions than it answers. If you can just *enter* a “Championship” class, what’s the point? Aren’t you just repeating the same class over again but calling it something different? I can’t quite wrap my head around the idea of a NON-up and out Championship class.

    1. Yup. Ribbon inflation. I’m actually getting quite used to it. Working my butt off for 3 phases to get a puny 6″ ribbon is going to come as a shock.

      Who am I kidding. I’ll be thrilled.

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