Horse Shows, Playdays and Training Events - 2015
Bridle Trails Classic | Jumper | Hunter | Dressage | Playday/Western | Trail Training
Show office phone (during shows): 425-822-0605 Note: Parking in the lot is NOT
available for non-participants on hunter/jumper show days.
WA State Discover Pass is required for
all vehicles parked at Bridle Trails State Park
LWSC Year-End Awards: To be eligible
for LWSC year-end high-point awards, a show competitor must be a paid member
before the beginning of their first show, and
volunteer at least eight hours at an LWSC sponsored activity this season.
2015 BRIDLE TRAILS CLASSIC
May 1, 2, 3
The Bridle Trails Classic #5330 is operated in accordance with the current rules of USEF, Inc. of which body it is a REGULAR MEMBER SHOW and is Rated Regional I (formerly known as B Rated).
No rating in all other divisions or sections.
B Pony Hunter
B Performance Working Hunters 33
B Performance Working Hunters 36-39
B Junior Hunter 33 & 36
B Amateur Owner Working Hunter 33 & 36
C Adult Amateur Working Hunter
C Children's Working Hunter
C Childrens Pony Working Hunter
C Pre-Green Working Hunter
C Small Working Hunter
Bridle Trail Classic Show Manager: Liz Hambleton
Pre-Entry Deadline is Thursday, April 23
Nationally Recognized in 2012 and again in 2013 with the USHJA
Award in Zone 9 for its USEF C-Rated Show!
This award program rewards excellence in top horse shows who have received the highest of compliments from exhibitors and participants about the shows facility, footing, show personnel, and hospitality
April 25, June 6, July 11, September 19
No show numbers
will be issued at show until all signatures are present on a
completed Entry Form! Show results for Hunter/Jumper shows are posted on
horseshowtime.com. Pre-entries close at 8 PM on the Friday before
Jumper classes ranging from cross-rails to 3'9". $500 MINI PRIX offered at September show only.
2015 shows begin at 8 AM. Show office opens at 6:30 AM
Schooling rounds available in Main Areba on show day up to 10 minutes before classes. Schooling in Warm-up Arena available all day.
Jumper Fun Show Manager: Kate Sharkey:
USEF Jumper Time Tables
April 26, June 7, July 13, September 20
No show numbers will be issued at show until all
signatures are present on a completed Entry Form! Show results for Hunter/Jumper shows are posted on
horseshowtime.com. Pre-entries close at 8 PM on the Friday before each show.
Hunter and equitation classes,
both on the flat and over fences.
Heights ranging from cross-rails to 2'9", ground poles to 3'
2015 Ring 1 classes begin at 8:00 am. Ring 2 classes begin at 9:00 am. Show office open at 6:30 am.
Flat classes now precede the over fences classes as another opportunity to get your horses in the ring before jumping.
Schooling rounds available in Ring 1 on show day (& Ring 2 at Hunter Fun Show) up to 10 minutes before classes begin in that ring. Schooling in Warm-up Arena available all day.
Hunter Fun Show Manager: Danette Will:
Free Fun Class Descriptions
Medal Class Descriptions
June 14, July 19, Aug. 9, Sept. 13
Join us for a relaxed schooling show, judged by top-level local certified dressage judges. All test levels are welcome in any USEF/USDF approved dressage test including Eventing, Musical Freestyle, Gaited, Para-Equestrian and Western Dressage. Show
Dressage Schooling Show Managers:
Heather Andreini and Tina LInzinger -
firstname.lastname@example.org - for info
Maggie Phillips -
email@example.com - for entries PH: 206.784.1898
& WESTERN FUN SHOWS
June 13, September 12
Come play with your horse! Games and Western classes.
English or Western casual attire. All ages and levels.
No pre-registration required.
"This is the best day of my
life!" - Archer, 6 yrs.old
Playday/Gymkhana Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
August 2 and Oct 18: 11 AM - 3 PM
No Pre-registration Required - come anytime between 11 and 3.
Free for LWSC members Guests $10.00
training develops calmness, balance, responsiveness to aides, and trust
between horse and rider, using objects and terrain found/encountered on
the trail and in the "real world". It carries over to any type of riding
in all disciplines, and is beneficial for horses and riders at any age
and stage of training.
A variety of "interesting" objects and challenges will be set up around
the arena, and you will be free to experiment with and experience them
at your own pace in a safe and supervised environment. Barrels, poles
and flags will be set up in the big arena for 1 hour each for gaming
Trail Training Manager: Sue Shecket