College Preparatory Invitational Horse Show (CPI) 2012
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The mission of the CPI is to prepare and educate student riders in grades 8 - 12 about the format of college equestrian competition, encourage academics and horsemanship, and to provide the riders with resources to create their desired college equestrian experience. The show is specifically geared to promote college recruitment of equestrians by providing the opportunity for coaches and potential students to meet.
The College Preparatory Invitational Horse Show is rooted in the belief that equestrian talent, not finances, should dictate a rider's opportunity to be a part of a collegiate team. Given the fact that the CPI provides all the horses and necessary tack for the show, riders do not incur the expense of transporting horses to the show. By competing on unknown horses at the CPI, riders have a chance to be seen in a formal competition by a variety of prospective equestrian college coaches on a level playing field.
Galleries for Classes in Ring 12: (All galleries may be viewed in full screen on this page; a link in the top right corner goes to the main gallery for purchasing options)
Limit Equitation on the Flat Class 17-20: These riders should be capable of performing Hunt Seat tests 1-9
|Class 17||Class 18|
|Class 19||Class 20|
Limit Equitation O/F Classes 21-24: Riders should be capable of jumping 2'3"-3'0" on their usual mounts at home. Limit riders may have shown in any horse show, recognized or unrecognized at 3'3" or below. Coaches should be confident these riders would be able to safely perform over a 2'0"-2'3" hunter or equitation course on an unfamiliar horse.
|Class 21 Limit Equitation O/F|
|Class 22 Limit Equitation O/F|
|Class 23 Limit Equitation O/F|
|Class 24 Limit Equitation O/F|
Novice Equitation on the flat – These riders should be capable of performing Hunt Seat Tests 1 through 8.
|Class 25 Novice Equitation On the Flat||Class 26 Novice Equitation On the Flat|
|Class 27 Novice Equitation On the Flat|
Novice Equitation O/F- Riders should be capable of jumping 2'0"-2'6" on their usual mounts at home. Novice riders may have have shown in in any horse show, recognized or unrecognized at 3'0" or below. Coaches should be confident these riders would be able to safely perform over a 18"-2'0" hunter or equitation course on an unfamiliar horse.
|Class 28 Novice Equitation O/F|
|Class 29 Novice Equitation O/F|
|Class 30 Novice Equitation O/F|
A rider must be prepared to perform the test appropriate for the class in which the rider is participating. Riders may be requested to perform the following tests collectively or individually during a show or competition. No other tests may be used. The judge may choose only from the following list, and instructions for performance of the test must be publicly announced.
- Asked an appropriate horsemanship question that is tailored to the rider's ability level.
- Sitting trot.
- Two point position at the walk and/or trot.
- Figure eight at trot, demonstrating change of diagonals.
- Figure eight at canter on correct lead, demonstrating simple change of lead.
- Change Horses
- Ride without stirrups.
- Change leads down center of ring, demonstrating simple change of lead.
- Canter on the counter lead. No more than eight horses may counter canter at one time
- Half-turn on forehand and/or half-turn on haunches
- Jump a shortened course.
- Trot a jump not to exceed 2'6"
|CPI was held at the PBIEC, 3401 Equestrian Club Way in Wellington, Florida|
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