NBHA KS10 RULES AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR YEAREND AWARDS
In order to receive year end awards: Every member who meets all of the requirements for year end awards must also attend at least 8 of the 18 sanctioned shows.
* One saddle will be awarded to the entire youth division. This will be based on a high point qualification. The youth member who aquires the most points in one division will be awarded the saddle. Second, third, fourth and fifth places will be awarded as normal.
*After each show members will have 2 weeks to dispute any discrepancy.
HELP POINTS: WILL BE MANDITORY, we are asking everyone to take part in making our shows run smoothly. We will require that EVERY member accumulate 20 help points per person (5 points per person per show including youth members) throughout the year. Earned help points MAY NOT be given away to other members. (2 drag minimum unless helping in the office or helping set up; inc: hanging banners, setting up timers, digging stakes etc.)
SPONSORS: EVERY member is required to have a total of $200 in sponsor money, TURNED IN BY September 30 of each year in order to receive year end awards. ALL sponsor money must be brought or used for NBHA District 10.
$200 sponsor/fundraising per person if you want to participate in awards.
Requirements shall be met from ALL members to be eligible to receive year-end awards. Each qualified member is allowed to win one year end award per youth or open division. In the case of a tie the member who has attended more shows will be declared the winner. If they have attended the same amount of shows the winner will be determined by a coin toss.
Exhibitions: There will be a 60 SECOND TIME LIMIT! Any rider who exceeds the the sixty second time limit will be charged another exhibition fee of $4. This fine must be paid before the rider will be allowed to compete in any KS10 event. Should a rider refuse to pay the fine we will no longer allow that rider to compete in any KS 10- event until the fine has been paid. There will also be NO REFUNDS. All fines collected will be added to the year end award funds.
CARRYOVER: Contestants wishing to carryover a time must declare their intent before the event begins. Any contestant carrying time must pay the applicable entry fee for both classes. Open must be run first.
PEE WEE rules. Barrels will be placed for a smaller pattern at least 5-10 feet in front of each stake. If contestant is able to receive a time placing them in youth division, they will be asked to compete in youth division next race.
If a rider should fall off after starting the timer or before the timer stops, the rider will recieve a no time. Should the rider fall before crossing the timer line when starting and the horse crosses the timer without the rider, the rider will recieve a re-ride.
RECEIPTS: Members will receive 1 point for every $1.00 they spend
at our sponsors, not exceeding 500 points on any one receipt.
Members are required to turn receipts into the Director
or their Rep. in order to receive points. Awards will be
given to the top 5 members with the highest points at
the end of the year.
NOTICE TO ALL MEMBERS: Section A, Competition Rule 13. Entries for an NBHA class will close when the first horse in that class runs , or at an earlier time as specified on the show bill. After entries close, there will be absolutely NO DRAW OUTS and NO REFUNDS no matter the circumstance this includes timer failure!
***IF YOU WRITE A HOT CHECK TO NBHA KS 10 YOU WILL BE CHARGED A $30 FEE ( for each returned check)!!! YOU WILL ALSO BE ASKED TO PAY WITH CASH ONLY FROM NOW ON!!!!
Open entry fee break down: $25.00--State Fee $1.00,Timer Fee $1.00, Prize Fund $2.00--80% of $21.00 to jackpot--20% of $21.00 to pay for arena and the $30.00 show charge to NBHA.
$5.00 Building fee when running indoors.
Youth entry Fee break down $15.00--State Fee $1.00, Timer Fee $1.00, Prize Fund $2.00--80%of $11.00 to jackpot --20% of $11.00 to pay for arena and the $25.00 show charge to NBHA.
Kansas NBHA 3 Show Rule
State show is 3rd weekend of September each year. See state website ksnbha.com for rules
For points only the time brackets will be set by the fastest time ran by the member of the sanctioning district.
If District 04 sanctions a show and a 15:20 wins the open that would be the time bracket for payback.
In that class if a district 04 members best time was a 15:40 that would set the time bracket for points.
If a show was sanctioned by more than 1 district say 04 and 03. The points for 04 would be set by the fastest 04 member the points for 03 would be set by the fastest 03 member.