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Stonewall Horse Show 2024

June 1 - June 2

Free Admission:

There will be no gate admission this year. No wristbands needed.
Invite all of your friends and family to come watch !
The canteen in the Red Barn will be open at 8am both days

Show Times:

Competitor numbers can be picked up Friday May 31st from 3pm-6pm at the announcer’s booth
Show Office opens at 7:30 a.m. at the announcer’s booth both Saturday and Sunday.
Show starts at 9am sharp Saturday and Sunday.
The show will proceed rain or shine unless deemed unsafe by judge or SIRAS representative.
No rain date, no refunds.

Changes / Cancellation Policy

Please contact the show secretary as soon as you know you have changes to make – Please do not wait until the day before or the day of the show. It is a lot of work to make changes, please get the changes to us ASAP.
Refunds will only be given prior to May 24th less office fee via cheque after the show.
No refunds May 24th to June 2nd

​​​Overnight Stalls:

STALLS ARE PRE-ASSIGNED – you cannot pick which one you want.
-40 box stalls are available for $10 each night for those who require overnight stabling
-Friday to Saturday 6pm $10 Stall Fee
-Saturday 6pm to Sunday 6pm $10 Stall Fee
-Stalls are only for horses registered in the show
-You must clean out your stall prior to leaving the grounds
-Temporary pens not permitted on the grounds; competitors may tie to their trailers.
-There will be a stall list posted on Friday at 2pm. Check the list before you unload.
-If you have any issues, text Cheryl @ 204 461-2035 or Penny @ 204 795-8213

Show Rules & Class Explanations

-Proper footwear must be worn in all 3 rings (sand, grass & practice)
-Training aids such as draw reins, side reins, training forks, martingales & metal hackamores are not permitted.
-Halter classes are judged on the horse; showmanship classes are judged on the handler and presentation
-A horse may only be ridden twice per class and only once per age division
-Junior, Intermediate & Seniors can enter the Walk /Trot classes, but there is no cross entry into any loping classes on either day.
-Pee Wees are required to walk and jog only. Loping is not permitted for more than 3 strides & will be penalized per incident.
-Pee Wees can register in the Walk/Trot class as long as there is no pee wee class offered in that division (Western Pleasure).
-Pee Wees may move up to Junior division, but will remain in the Junior division for all classes both days.
-Rookie reining rules allow for the use of 2 hands and switching hands during reining class.
-Rookie reining pattern will be posted Saturday Morning.
-AQHA requires competitors be disqualified for taking the incorrect lead, we would like the judge not to disqualify them but work that fault into their judging score.
-We want to encourage participation & safety, so we do allow competitors to be assisted if needed. Contestant being assisted whether hands-on or verbally will be placed under those who are not being assisted.
-The show reserves the right to change the order of go, cancel or combine classes
-It is mandatory for all participants 18 years and under, to wear a correctly fitting CSA approved riding helmet. Helmets are recommended for senior riders 19+
-All participants under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or coach, who must remain on the grounds at all times.
-Horses found not sound or riders/horses considered unsafe will be excused by the judge or the appointed SIRAS representative.
-During a timed or judged event in the ring, the judge’s decision is final. Outside of the show ring, decisions made by the SIRAS representatives are final.
-Concerns should be directed to the SIRAS representative(s) immediately. Every effort will be made to mitigate the problem.
-NO STALLIONS, no exceptions.
-All dogs must be on a leash.
-Any direct confrontation or use of inappropriate language with the judge or show committee members will result in the following:
-Loss in prize money and points
-Eviction from show ring/grounds for the rest of the show and perhaps future years.
-The SIRAS and/or any person connected with, or officiating at this show are not responsible for any loss, damage or injury resulting from participation in this show or related events.
-Timed Games Brief Explanations :
-SIRAS Cup Shuffle is cups being placed on poles (no dismounting required)
-Speed Ball is dropping a golf ball into a pylon
​-Naeric Incentive Program

The Stonewall Horse Show is a NAERIC sanctioned event.

You must use horse’s registered name on the entry form for NAERIC points.
Results will be posted on the webpage and facebook page 1 week after the show.
Competitors are responsible to go online to www.naeric.org to enter their placing for each class to redeem their NAERIC rewards. ​
High Point Cash Awards

High Point Champion & High Point Reserved Champion will be awarded in each
Senior, Intermediate, Junior, Pee Wee & Walk Trot divisions :

For Senior, Intermediate and Junior, the same rider/horse pairing must participate in 7 of the following 10 classes
Showmanship * Western Pleasure * Western Horsemanship * Rookie Reining * English Pleasure * English Equitation * Trail * Barrels * Keyhole * Poles

For Pee Wee, the same rider/horse pairing, must participate in 3 of the 5 Pee Wee Classes
Showmanship * Western Pleasure * Barrels * Keyhole * Poles

For Walk Trot, the same rider/horse pairing, must participate in 6 of the 7 Walk Trot Classes:
Western Pleasure * Western Horsemanship * English Pleasure * Trail * Barrels * Keyhole * Poles
Barrels * Keyhole * Poles​

NOTE: High Point placings will not be posted for up to 2 weeks after the show. please be patient with us.


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The Red Barn – Stonewall
Road 75 North &, MB-236
Rockwood, MB R0C2Z0 Canada
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