Attention Amateurs and Juniors: Do you want to win a car at WEC indoors this Fall? Here’s How.
We hope you’re planing to join us in Ohio from September 25-October 27 for exciting equestrian sport and nearly $1 million in money / prizes at the World Equestrian Center Fall Horse Shows.
WEC exhibitors will enjoy five USEF rated Hunter / Jumper horse shows filled with incredible special prizes and awards including the inaugural World Equestrian Center Premier Championship Cup – where Junior and Amateur riders can qualify to compete to claim the ultimate grand prize of one of three 2019 Chevrolet Blazers!
Here are the three ways to compete for the cars and be one of the three riders to win the Premier Championship Cup:
Equitation Championship Class – Fall III:
The Equitation Championship 3’6″ class will take place at the WEC Fall III horse show October 9-13, 2019.
In order to qualify for this class you must have completed at the Fall I or Fall II horse show in any division. For example, if you attend the Fall I horse show and compete in the USHJA 3’ Hunters, you would be eligible to compete in the Equitation Championship at the Fall III horse show. For Equitation Championship specs please see horseshowing.com or our Fall prize list.
Junior Hunter/ Amateur Owner Hunter WEC Cup Classics:
The Junior/ Amateur Owner Hunter WEC Cup Classic will be held at the Fall Classic II October 23-27, 2019.
The class will be held at two heights 3’3” and 3’6” and it is open only to Juniors and Amateur Owners. In order to qualify for the class, you will have to have won a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place ribbon in either any Junior hunter class or Amateur Owner hunter class during the Fall I-III or Fall Classic I horse shows. For example, if you show at the Fall Classic II horse show in the Junior Hunter 3’3” and win a 2nd place ribbon in the under saddle class you will have qualified for the WEC Cup Classic.
The Childrens/Adult Amateur Hunter WEC Cup Classic will be held at the Fall Classic II October 23-27, 2019.
The class will be held at 3’ open only to Childrens & Adult Amateur riders. In order to qualify for the class you will have to have won a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place ribbon in either any Childrens Hunter class or Adult Amateur Hunter class during the Fall I-III or Fall Classic I horse shows. For example if you show at the Fall Classic III horse show in the Childrens Hunters and win a 1st place ribbon in one over fences class, you will have qualified for the WEC Cup Classic.