1) AQHA or USEF show rules apply as appropriate except where an RHSC rule conflicts.
2) Each horse may have only one rider per class however; exhibitors may show more than one horse in a class except for equitation and horsemanship as required by AQHA and USEF rules.
3) Classes with 20 or more riders on the flat will be split. Each group will be judged with top exhibitors from each group competing for final placing. One set of ribbons will be awarded to the class at the final placing except that Beginner Ring 11 under flat classes with 20 or more riders will be split into two groups and each group will be judged separately and placed 1-6.
4) In classes with age requirements, eligibility is determined by the rider's age as of January 1, of the show year. The horse’s age is determined by AQHA or USEF Rules. Proof of age for horse or rider may be requested.
5) Current negative Coggins test must be shown at registration, or a copy must be on file with the show office for all horses on the grounds as required by the Georgia Department of Agriculture.
6) All exhibitors are required to wear the appropriate show attire for their discipline as required by USEF/AQHA rules. Regardless of age, Hunter and Beginner ring exhibitors must wear approved headgear where required by USEF rules. Open ring hunt seat exhibitors must wear approved headgear where required by AQHA rules. Running Ring riders under the age of 18 must wear approved headgear while mounted. All exceptional riders, regardless of age, must wear approved head gear when mounted. It is the responsibility of the rider, or the parent or guardian or trainer of the junior exhibitor to see to it that the headgear worn complies with the applicable association’s rules requiring appropriate safety standards for protective headgear intended for equestrian use, and that the headgear is properly fitted and in good condition. RHSC Officers, Board Members & Show Officials are not responsible for checking headgear worn for such compliance.
7) Jumpers must only use equipment approved for USEF jumping classes.
8) Running martingales, galloping boots, bell boots, figure eight and dropped nose bands not allowed in hunter classes.
9) Boots, polo wraps, bell boots are allowed in equitation classes and running ring classes only.
10) All appeals must be presented to the appropriate ring chairperson. Further appeals will be ruled on by show officials.
11) All decisions by show officials are final.
12) Discourtesies to show officials may result in rider, trainer, or spectator being excused from the show for the day.
13) Youth, beginner, and novice riders may not show stallions.
14) Exhibitors must check in at the appropriate gate prior to their classes. If the class list does not show an exhibitor as entered, exhibitor will be required to show proof of entry receipt.
15) The ring chair must be notified of tack changes two classes in advance.
16) Ring is closed after the class is presented to the judge or after class has started in the Running Ring.
17) Awards are presented for each class places 1 through 6, except payback classes, as noted.
18) End of day division high point awards are awarded to Champion and Reserve Champion only. Horse/rider combinations must enter the majority (greater than 50%) of classes in a division to be eligible for day end awards.
19) All points are based on a horse/rider combination except Halter (which is based on horse only), equitation (which is based on rider only) and lead (where points stay with the rider). Halter horses must be shown under the same back number all year, regardless of handler, in order for points to tracked and credited.
20) To be eligible for year-end awards, exhibitors must be current RHSC members in good standing, compete in majority of shows, attend three (3) meetings and volunteer two (2) hours of work.
21) No bareback riding or double riding is allowed on the show grounds.
22) All horses must walk outside of rings when mounted.
23) No turn-out is allowed in any Wills Park ring. No Lunging signs in rings must be observed.
24) Lost and Found articles will held in the show office for 60 days. After that time unclaimed items will be donated to a local charity.
25) All unsettled bills must be resolved prior to accumulation of any points or prior to January 1st to be eligible for year-end awards.
26) No cash payments are made for show help.
27) Stabling a horse in a stall without shavings is a $35.00 fine.
28) All payback money must be collected the day of the show or it is forfeited.
29) Any participant with two returned checks in a show year must pay with cash or a certified check the rest of the year.
Our classes our point system is the same as most horse shows. We place 1 - 6 with the points accumulating.
Points accumulate to qualify for year-end awards. Must be a member and complete qualification requirements.
In the event of inclement weather, show officials will make a decision on the status of the show by noon on the Friday before the show. If the show is canceled, a cancellation message will be posted at rollinghillssc.org. If there is no cancellation message, the show will be held as scheduled. Registration e-mail address: email@example.com
Under Georgia Law, an equine activity, sponsor, or equine professional is not liable for an injury to, or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities pursuant to Chapter 12 of Title 4 of the Official Code of Georgia annotated.
Individual - $50
Family - $100
Per Horse/Rider Combination - Member $10
Non-Member - $15
Save $10 per Horse/Rider Combination by pre-registering by Wednesday @ 6:00 PM before show
2 bags per stall required by Wills Park Equestrian
(classes 100, 104, 108, 112, 117 and 120)
(classes 227, 309 and 331)
Plus bank charges
Additional fee ONLY for those NOT returning to office after showing to close out open checks.
Elected - This person will chair all the board and member meetings, coordinate Wills Park schedules and show dates for following year. Call board meetings, set all meeting locations. Act as intermediary between show grounds and show participants. Assist in promotion of Rolling Hills Club.
Elected - Assist president with above duties, sign checks for club expenses, stand in if president is absent from meetings, work with Wills Park on show dates, book speakers for January, February, May and June club meetings book speakers for January, February, May and June club meetings, book speakers for January, February, May and June club meetings
Elected - Keep track of all funds going into and out of Rolling Hills Club, setup bank account if needed, sign checks, balance the checking account, provide account balance information. File year end taxes.
Elected - Provide club newsletters and correspondence within the club and its members. Provide electronic copy of newsletters to the webmaster for posting on the website.
Elected - Provide all record keeping of rider/horse entrants, keep track of work credits, meeting attendance, and show and year end points. Assign numbers to riders, track member numbers and member information. Provide participant status to the webmaster for posting on the website. Provides a list of stalls and shavings requirement to the Barn Manager.
Volunteer - Ensures the dedicated, trained assistants have additional compensation for smooth office operations at double-judged shows
Elected - Provides all coordination required for the open ring to run. Organizes and hires the ring judge and the ring helpers, as described below.
Elected - Provides all coordination required for the hunter ring to run. Organizes and hires the ring judge and other people required to run the ring, as shown below.
Elected - Provides all coordination required for the beginner ring to run, organizes all the people required to run the ring, as shown below.
Elected - Provides all coordination required for the running ring to run. Organizes and hires the ring judge and other people required to run the ring, as shown below.
Volunteer - Responsible for organizing the year end banquet. He or she finds the location, selects the date, picks the menu and organizes the caterer and other vendors needed to support the banquet. Selections should be approved by the club members at the regular meetings.
Volunteers - This group of people are responsible for helping the Banquet Chair with the year-end banquet, including banquet set-up and dismantle.
Volunteer - Assign stalls to participants, unlock the stalls and verify that they have shavings for the stalls. Must be at show grounds Friday evening and Saturday morning to open the stalls and coordinate.
Appointed by above - Handle the distribution of shavings for people that order the shaving, or need shavings the day of the show. Must have means of transporting the shavings around the park.
Volunteer - Determine hosting service for website, design and implement the web pages, take information supplied from the secretary and show secretary and publish this information on the web site. Design and implement a user friendly, informative web site, throwing in some fun and games when possible.
Elected officials - May be required when board members are voting on an issue. At least one of the three board members must be present during the entire show day. Additional board members shall be one of the show officials during the show day.
Volunteers appointed by any board member - extra people can be used to set up ring equipment, take down ring equipment, move fences and gates, or any other work where extra help is needed.
Volunteers - This group of people find sponsors for the yearly flyer. They collect money for the club by selling ads in the flyer. They organize the printing and distribution of the flyer. This is an important group as far as generating revenue for the club through ads in the flyer.