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Eastern Iowa Carriage Glow

Aug 1st-2nd 2020

CT & Pleasure Show

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Eastern Iowa Carriage Glow

2015

Delaware County Fairgrounds

200 East Acers St

Manchester IA 52057

www.easterniowacarriageglow.com

August1-2, 2015

201 Central City Rd

Central City, IA

Judge: Dana Bright, Cubbyhole Farm, Felton PA

Dana has a degree in Animal Science from Michigan State University, and then completed the Instructor’s Course at Morven Park International Equestrian Institute in Virginia. She has been fortunate to learn from Hubert Rohrer, Karl Mikolka and Jeremy Beale, as well as being a working student for International competitor and Olympian Bruce Davidson, Sr. Competing through the Preliminary level in Eventing, and Second Level in ridden dressage.

She served as the ADS Mid Atlantic Regional Director for 10 years. During her tenure she participated in creating and organized the American Driving Society’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Recreational Driving Weekend at Fair Hill, Maryland. Having been chair and a member of many ADS committees, currently the chair of the ADS Education Committee, and a member of the Pleasure Driving and Driven Dressage Committees. Also the current Vice President of the ADS.and the recipient of the ADS President’s Award in 2006.

She holds multiple Combined Driving, Driven Dressage and Pleasure Driving licenses with the ADS since 1997 and USEF since 1998. Experience judging major Pleasure Driving Shows all over the country. She has done extensive volunteering, organizing, instructing and contributing in many ways to support carriage driving. She is currently on several committees and ADS Vice President.She’s competed in Pleasure Competitions with singles, pairs, tandem and unicorns.

Judge: John Freiberger, Fitchberg, WI

John and his wife Betsy compete with singles and pairs. They have been involved in the ADS for more than two decades; John has served as past President, regional director, Chair of the Development Committee, and as the Head of the endowment board of governors. He has also served on the USEF Board, the International Disciplines Committee, the Tech Committee and the Pleasure Driving Committee. They hosted the 2012 ADS Annual Meeting at their home, Hickory Knoll Farm, where they have also host a CDE, clinics and dressage shows.

Technical Delegate: Craig Kellog of North Carolina  Born in CT, went to prep school in VT. College in Wyo. Came from a driving, foxhunting family. He got his 1st driving pony at the age of 5, started training and teaching driving at 16, competed at sleigh rallies, pleasure shows and CDE’s. He got his official licenses in 1974. Craig has continued to teach and train at all levels including FEI.

Directions: From Hwy 20 Exit at Hwy 13, Go North through town. When you turn North off of Main ST go .9 of a mile. Go East on East Acer. Do not use the main entrance. Take the 2nd East entrance into the grounds. Follow the signs. 200 East Acers St Manchester IA 52057

Mail entries to: Laurie Renda, PO Box 1081 Marion IA 52302.

Announcer notes info@carriageglow.com by July 20th

Emergency Services: 911

Veterinarian: Helen Beck 319-640-0921 AEC 319-366-6441

Refund Policy: Full refund less $25 before closing date with Vet certificate; less $50 after the closing date and before July 25th 2020. No refunds July 25th 2020 or after.

Negative Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) testing and immunization records enclosed– certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI) papers may be presented on site for animals from states other than Iowa.

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NR Patel General Manager

manchestersurestay@gmail.com

1020 West Main Manchester IA

1-563-927-2533

CT fees House class $75 per entry post entry $85

Training Test C Preliminary Test C

Pleasure class Entry Fees; Per Class $15. Carriage Dog Class is no charge. Entries open May 18, 2020, entries close July 13 2020. Post entry $20 per class prior to July 27 2020.

ADS Fee $5 per entry Non member Fee $30

Stalls-$100 includes 1 bag of bedding. Additional Bedding $7 per bag. Stabling opens at 3 p.m. Thursday -Sun. No straw allowed. If available, tack stalls $50.00. Anyone using a tack stall without paying will be charged the $100 rate Grounds Fee-$25 per entry to show from trailer.

Stall/grounds deposit $25 per stall or entry in separate check to be destroyed upon leaving stall or ground area clean

Camping- $15 per night dry, $25 per night electric/water. Golf Carts $125.00 Friday afternoon -Sunday

Saturday Dinner; $30 2 meats, 2 sides, drinks and dessert. Competing Juniors No Charge, guest juniors $15

Sunday Pleasure Show Awards You must make reservations for lunch. Up to 2 lunch tickets per full pleasure entry. Additional lunches at $9.00 No extension cords in barn.

Concession Food’s Here Fri 3pm-7pm Sat 6:30am-1:30pm Sun 6:30am-8:30am

Sponsorships

Please consider supporting the Carriage Glow with a sponsorship to help ensure a successful event and future growth.

Deadline for ads in program is July 15th

Carriage Glow $300: 2 Saturday dinner tickets, 2 VIP wristbands 5×8 ad, website linked, and special recognition during the Glow..

Elite Sponsorship: $250: 2 Saturday dinner tickets, 5×4 ad, 2 VIP wristbands, and website linked.

Cones Sponsorship: $120: 5×8 ad or 2 dinner tickets, & 2 VIP wristbands

Division sponsorship $50: Listing and 2 VIP wristbands.

Class Sponsorship $30: Listing and 2 VIP wristbands.

CT Divisions Training test C Prelim Test C

Pleasure Show Divisions: Novice whip, Horse or Pony,=NWHP, VSE, Small Pony=SP, Large Pony=LP, Open Horse=OH,

Non Traditional =NT, = Juniors=JR

Wire Wheels allowed for VSE and small pony in Juniors division

Classes for Championship

Turnout, Reinsmanship, Working, Scurry, Fault & Out, Town & Country Pace.

Non Championship classes

Carriage Glow, Carriage Dog, and Ladies/Gentlemen to Drive.

The Carriage Glow: House Class Entries are judged on the suitability of the horse to provide a pleasant drive. 40% on fit and condition of harness and vehicle, 10% on cleanliness, 50% on overall impression, manners and way of going. Carriage lamps must be lit.

Town & Country Pace –.House class 14 kph horses, 12 kph Large ponies, 11 kph Small ponies, and 9 kph for VSEs. Break in gait dislodging obstacle will incur 5 penalties. Straddling a gate will be off course. 1 penalty point for each second early or late. In case of a tie early times will place over late times. In the event of a tie the judge shall determine the winner by selecting the horse most suitable to provide a pleasant drive. Clear course will place over penalty. Timers allowed.

Ribbons will be awarded 1st through 5th places in each class. Trophies will be awarded to Division Champions and ribbons for reserve. Reinsmanship placing will break a tie. CAA membership will be awarded to 1st place in the Glow.

236.2 Unless expressly permitted by the Organizer, driving, leading, or riding horses on any course used for competition at any time prior to the competition without permission from the Organizer is prohibited. Failure to comply incurs elimination from any class using that course.

Tentative schedule Pleasure Show

Saturday Main Ring Saturday Obstacle Ring

7:30 a.m. Dressage & Cones

10 a.m.

Turnout NWHP Fault & Out NT & JR

Turnout VSE Fault & Out NWHP

Turnout SP Fault & Out VSE

Turnout LP Fault & Out SP

Turnout OH Fault & Out LP

Fault & Out OH

1 hour lunch break

Ladies/Gentlemen to Drive

Reinsmanship SP Pick your route SP

Reinsmanship OH Pick your route OH

Reinsmanship LP Pick your route LP

Reinsmanship NT Pick your route NT

Reinsmanship NWHP Pick your route NWHP

Reinsmanship VSE Pick your route VSE

Reinsmanship JR Pick your route JR

8:00 PM

Carriage Dog Class

The Carriage Glow

Sunday 8:00 AM Main Ring 9:30

Town & country NT Working SP

Town & country OH Working NWHP

Town & country NWHP Working NT

Town & country SP Working LP

Town & country LP Working OH

Town & country JR Working VSE

Town & Country VSE Working JR

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Tentative schedule

Thursday July 30st

3 p.m. Grounds/stabling opens

Friday July 31st

Noon Office Opens

Foods here 3pm-7pm

8:30 pm Q&A & Dessert

Saturday Aug 1st

Foods Here 6:30-1:30

8 am Office Opens

7:30 am CT

Pleasure show starts mid morning time TBD

5:30 Cocktails 6:00 Dinner in the beef barn

8pm Carriage Dog Class

8:20 Glow Class

Sunday Aug 2th

Foods Here 6:30-8:30

8am Town & Country Pace

Approx.9:30 Ring classes

1 hour after last class at approx.12:30 pm Lunch and Awards

The Carriage Glow: In the 1800s the state of the moon tended to govern the nighttime social activities in the countryside, with dinner parties being held, whenever possible, when the moon was full and within horse and carriage range. After our dinner party we will have the Glow Class. Entries are judged on the suitability of the horse to provide a pleasant drive. 40% on fit and condition of harness and vehicle, 10% on cleanliness, 50% on overall impression, manners and way of going. Carriage lamps must be lit. We reserve the right to refuse entries to limit class size.

Please use our entry form www.carriageglow.com

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A M E R I C A N D R I V I N G S O C I E T Y

This is an approved Driving Competition, conducted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the American Driving Society.

Every person who participates in the show is responsible for knowledge of, and is subject to, the ADS Rules and Regulations. Spectators will better enjoy the show by knowing them.

The ADS Rulebook is available on our website at www.americandrivingsociety.org, including rules for pleasure driving, combined and dressage standards for competition, as well as lists of licensed officials and copies of current dressage tests. Members of the American Driving Society receive The Wheelhorse Newsletter, The Whip and Omnibus publications throughout the year.

I would like to become a member of the American Driving Society:

    • Life – $1,000 (two payments of $500) � Family – $95 � Individual – $75
    • Junior (under 18) – $40 � Club – $60 � Commercial – $100
    • Foreign – $75 (US Funds)

Driving Interest:

    • Recreational Driving �Showing: �Pleasure Shows �Combined Driving
      • Other

Name

Address

City State Zip

Telephone

E-mail

Local Driving Affiliation

Payment Method: � Check � Visa � Mastercard

Credit Card No. Exp Date

Signature

PO Box 278, Cross Plains, WI 53528 � (608) 237-7382 � www.americandrivingsociety.org

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Eastern Iowa Carriage Glow

Aug 1st-2nd 2020

CT & Pleasure Show

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Eastern Iowa Carriage Glow

2015

Delaware County Fairgrounds

200 East Acers St

Manchester IA 52057

www.easterniowacarriageglow.com

August1-2, 2015

201 Central City Rd

Central City, IA

Judge: Dana Bright, Cubbyhole Farm, Felton PA

Dana has a degree in Animal Science from Michigan State University, and then completed the Instructor’s Course at Morven Park International Equestrian Institute in Virginia. She has been fortunate to learn from Hubert Rohrer, Karl Mikolka and Jeremy Beale, as well as being a working student for International competitor and Olympian Bruce Davidson, Sr. Competing through the Preliminary level in Eventing, and Second Level in ridden dressage.

She served as the ADS Mid Atlantic Regional Director for 10 years. During her tenure she participated in creating and organized the American Driving Society’s Mid-Atlantic Regional Recreational Driving Weekend at Fair Hill, Maryland. Having been chair and a member of many ADS committees, currently the chair of the ADS Education Committee, and a member of the Pleasure Driving and Driven Dressage Committees. Also the current Vice President of the ADS.and the recipient of the ADS President’s Award in 2006.

She holds multiple Combined Driving, Driven Dressage and Pleasure Driving licenses with the ADS since 1997 and USEF since 1998. Experience judging major Pleasure Driving Shows all over the country. She has done extensive volunteering, organizing, instructing and contributing in many ways to support carriage driving. She is currently on several committees and ADS Vice President.She’s competed in Pleasure Competitions with singles, pairs, tandem and unicorns.

Judge: John Freiberger, Fitchberg, WI

John and his wife Betsy compete with singles and pairs. They have been involved in the ADS for more than two decades; John has served as past President, regional director, Chair of the Development Committee, and as the Head of the endowment board of governors. He has also served on the USEF Board, the International Disciplines Committee, the Tech Committee and the Pleasure Driving Committee. They hosted the 2012 ADS Annual Meeting at their home, Hickory Knoll Farm, where they have also host a CDE, clinics and dressage shows.

Technical Delegate: Craig Kellog of North Carolina  Born in CT, went to prep school in VT. College in Wyo. Came from a driving, foxhunting family. He got his 1st driving pony at the age of 5, started training and teaching driving at 16, competed at sleigh rallies, pleasure shows and CDE’s. He got his official licenses in 1974. Craig has continued to teach and train at all levels including FEI.

Directions: From Hwy 20 Exit at Hwy 13, Go North through town. When you turn North off of Main ST go .9 of a mile. Go East on East Acer. Do not use the main entrance. Take the 2nd East entrance into the grounds. Follow the signs. 200 East Acers St Manchester IA 52057

Mail entries to: Laurie Renda, PO Box 1081 Marion IA 52302.

Announcer notes info@carriageglow.com by July 20th

Emergency Services: 911

Veterinarian: Helen Beck 319-640-0921 AEC 319-366-6441

Refund Policy: Full refund less $25 before closing date with Vet certificate; less $50 after the closing date and before July 25th 2020. No refunds July 25th 2020 or after.

Negative Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) testing and immunization records enclosed– certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI) papers may be presented on site for animals from states other than Iowa.

Image result for surestay logo

NR Patel General Manager

manchestersurestay@gmail.com

1020 West Main Manchester IA

1-563-927-2533

CT fees House class $75 per entry post entry $85

Training Test C Preliminary Test C

Pleasure class Entry Fees; Per Class $15. Carriage Dog Class is no charge. Entries open May 18, 2020, entries close July 13 2020. Post entry $20 per class prior to July 27 2020.

ADS Fee $5 per entry Non member Fee $30

Stalls-$100 includes 1 bag of bedding. Additional Bedding $7 per bag. Stabling opens at 3 p.m. Thursday -Sun. No straw allowed. If available, tack stalls $50.00. Anyone using a tack stall without paying will be charged the $100 rate Grounds Fee-$25 per entry to show from trailer.

Stall/grounds deposit $25 per stall or entry in separate check to be destroyed upon leaving stall or ground area clean

Camping- $15 per night dry, $25 per night electric/water. Golf Carts $125.00 Friday afternoon -Sunday

Saturday Dinner; $30 2 meats, 2 sides, drinks and dessert. Competing Juniors No Charge, guest juniors $15

Sunday Pleasure Show Awards You must make reservations for lunch. Up to 2 lunch tickets per full pleasure entry. Additional lunches at $9.00 No extension cords in barn.

Concession Food’s Here Fri 3pm-7pm Sat 6:30am-1:30pm Sun 6:30am-8:30am

Sponsorships

Please consider supporting the Carriage Glow with a sponsorship to help ensure a successful event and future growth.

Deadline for ads in program is July 15th

Carriage Glow $300: 2 Saturday dinner tickets, 2 VIP wristbands 5×8 ad, website linked, and special recognition during the Glow..

Elite Sponsorship: $250: 2 Saturday dinner tickets, 5×4 ad, 2 VIP wristbands, and website linked.

Cones Sponsorship: $120: 5×8 ad or 2 dinner tickets, & 2 VIP wristbands

Division sponsorship $50: Listing and 2 VIP wristbands.

Class Sponsorship $30: Listing and 2 VIP wristbands.

CT Divisions Training test C Prelim Test C

Pleasure Show Divisions: Novice whip, Horse or Pony,=NWHP, VSE, Small Pony=SP, Large Pony=LP, Open Horse=OH,

Non Traditional =NT, = Juniors=JR

Wire Wheels allowed for VSE and small pony in Juniors division

Classes for Championship

Turnout, Reinsmanship, Working, Scurry, Fault & Out, Town & Country Pace.

Non Championship classes

Carriage Glow, Carriage Dog, and Ladies/Gentlemen to Drive.

The Carriage Glow: House Class Entries are judged on the suitability of the horse to provide a pleasant drive. 40% on fit and condition of harness and vehicle, 10% on cleanliness, 50% on overall impression, manners and way of going. Carriage lamps must be lit.

Town & Country Pace –.House class 14 kph horses, 12 kph Large ponies, 11 kph Small ponies, and 9 kph for VSEs. Break in gait dislodging obstacle will incur 5 penalties. Straddling a gate will be off course. 1 penalty point for each second early or late. In case of a tie early times will place over late times. In the event of a tie the judge shall determine the winner by selecting the horse most suitable to provide a pleasant drive. Clear course will place over penalty. Timers allowed.

Ribbons will be awarded 1st through 5th places in each class. Trophies will be awarded to Division Champions and ribbons for reserve. Reinsmanship placing will break a tie. CAA membership will be awarded to 1st place in the Glow.

236.2 Unless expressly permitted by the Organizer, driving, leading, or riding horses on any course used for competition at any time prior to the competition without permission from the Organizer is prohibited. Failure to comply incurs elimination from any class using that course.

Tentative schedule Pleasure Show

Saturday Main Ring Saturday Obstacle Ring

7:30 a.m. Dressage & Cones

10 a.m.

Turnout NWHP Fault & Out NT & JR

Turnout VSE Fault & Out NWHP

Turnout SP Fault & Out VSE

Turnout LP Fault & Out SP

Turnout OH Fault & Out LP

Fault & Out OH

1 hour lunch break

Ladies/Gentlemen to Drive

Reinsmanship SP Pick your route SP

Reinsmanship OH Pick your route OH

Reinsmanship LP Pick your route LP

Reinsmanship NT Pick your route NT

Reinsmanship NWHP Pick your route NWHP

Reinsmanship VSE Pick your route VSE

Reinsmanship JR Pick your route JR

8:00 PM

Carriage Dog Class

The Carriage Glow

Sunday 8:00 AM Main Ring 9:30

Town & country NT Working SP

Town & country OH Working NWHP

Town & country NWHP Working NT

Town & country SP Working LP

Town & country LP Working OH

Town & country JR Working VSE

Town & Country VSE Working JR

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Tentative schedule

Thursday July 30st

3 p.m. Grounds/stabling opens

Friday July 31st

Noon Office Opens

Foods here 3pm-7pm

8:30 pm Q&A & Dessert

Saturday Aug 1st

Foods Here 6:30-1:30

8 am Office Opens

7:30 am CT

Pleasure show starts mid morning time TBD

5:30 Cocktails 6:00 Dinner in the beef barn

8pm Carriage Dog Class

8:20 Glow Class

Sunday Aug 2th

Foods Here 6:30-8:30

8am Town & Country Pace

Approx.9:30 Ring classes

1 hour after last class at approx.12:30 pm Lunch and Awards

The Carriage Glow: In the 1800s the state of the moon tended to govern the nighttime social activities in the countryside, with dinner parties being held, whenever possible, when the moon was full and within horse and carriage range. After our dinner party we will have the Glow Class. Entries are judged on the suitability of the horse to provide a pleasant drive. 40% on fit and condition of harness and vehicle, 10% on cleanliness, 50% on overall impression, manners and way of going. Carriage lamps must be lit. We reserve the right to refuse entries to limit class size.

Please use our entry form www.carriageglow.com

Flyer hannah.jpg

glow_signup hannah.jpg

A M E R I C A N D R I V I N G S O C I E T Y

This is an approved Driving Competition, conducted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the American Driving Society.

Every person who participates in the show is responsible for knowledge of, and is subject to, the ADS Rules and Regulations. Spectators will better enjoy the show by knowing them.

The ADS Rulebook is available on our website at www.americandrivingsociety.org, including rules for pleasure driving, combined and dressage standards for competition, as well as lists of licensed officials and copies of current dressage tests. Members of the American Driving Society receive The Wheelhorse Newsletter, The Whip and Omnibus publications throughout the year.

I would like to become a member of the American Driving Society:

    • Life – $1,000 (two payments of $500) � Family – $95 � Individual – $75
    • Junior (under 18) – $40 � Club – $60 � Commercial – $100
    • Foreign – $75 (US Funds)

Driving Interest:

    • Recreational Driving �Showing: �Pleasure Shows �Combined Driving
      • Other

Name

Address

City State Zip

Telephone

E-mail

Local Driving Affiliation

Payment Method: � Check � Visa � Mastercard

Credit Card No. Exp Date

Signature

PO Box 278, Cross Plains, WI 53528 � (608) 237-7382 � www.americandrivingsociety.org

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