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TWHBEA World Series Championship Qualifying Show Affiliation



TWHBEA announces the inaugural season of TWHBEA World Series Championship Qualifying Shows. The goal of the World Series Championship is Promoting current horse shows and events in various regions, Increasing awareness of the breed, and Participation in local/regional area clubs affiliated with the Association to show.  TWHBEA encourages show managers, exhibitors and owners to use this opportunity for showcasing the breed in all of its' versatile capabilities.   

All horses exhibited qualify to compete in the TWHBEA World Series Championship Show.  Prize money and awards distribution is based on the number of regional shows that affiliate with TWHBEA during the qualifying year.  Regional events can affiliate with TWHBEA for the World Series Championship by completing the necessary paperwork and submitting a $50 fee.  TWHBEA promotes each show that affiliates with placement on the TWHBEA website and on all social media pages.

During 2016, there is no minimum number of points to qualify for the championship.  In 2017 and beyond, riders must earn a minimum of 15 points for rail classes and 30 points for versatility classes for championship entry qualification.  Placement and points are as follows: 

1st place = 10 points

2nd place = 9 points

3rd place =8 points

4th place = 7 points

5th place = 6 points

6th place = 5 points

7th place = 4 points

8th place = 3 points

9th place = 2 points,

10th place = 1 point

Show managers:  If you are conducting a show in your region, make it a World Series regional qualifying event.  Contact Kristen Corbin for the necessary paperwork for completion and submission to TWHBEA.  Forms are available on the TWHBEA website as well.   Please submit the forms to TWHBEA WSC, Attn: Kristen Corbin, P.O. Box 286, Lewisburg, TN 37091 or kcorbin@twhbea.com

 

Direct any Email and telephone questions to Kristen Corbin at kcorbin@twhbea.comor 931-359-0592. 

 

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