Model Horse Mania 2015


For Model Horse Mania, the following definitions will apply:

Original Finish Breyer: This includes all plastic Breyers. Hartlands or any other mass produced PLASTIC type model that has not been altered from its factory finish is included in this division.

Original Finish Stone:   All horses produced in plastic by the Peter Stone Company show here.

Custom: ANY (plastic, china, mass produced resin) model that has been altered from it's original finish.  Custom glazed chinas will show in the china division. 

 Artist Resin: Any model that has been cast in a limited run from an artist’s original sculpture.  The model may be finished by the sculpting artist or another person.

China/Mass Produced Resin: These include Hagen-Renaker, Beswick, North Light, Border Fine Art, Black Horse Ranch resins, Breyer Porcelains or resins, Hartland resins or any other widely produced china or resin models.   Custom Glaze chinas will show in the classes provided for them after the original finish china classes.

 

Fun Classes:

Portrait Model: Can be of any animal, not just horses…

Ugly Horses:  You know you have them, bring them out!

Don’t Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth:  It’s the thought that counts.  Model must have been received as a gift.  For those horses when you wonder exactly what you will do with them.

Bribe the Showholder: Bribes must be able to be donated to the Jessamine County Animal Shelter.  Bribes will be judged in the kitchen at beginning of the day.  The best Bribe wins, presentation counts.  See website for list of requested donations: http://www.jessamineanimalshelter.com

Not Quite Right Performance:  Guess how many things are wrong with a performance entry.  Entrant with the most complete list of what is wrong wins.  The set up will be available throughout the day as a separate table.

Children's Division:

Children 12 years old and under are eligible to show in the Children's division.  There is no discounted entry, but all children are eligible to show in the open division classes as well.  Original Finish models of all manufacturers are allowed to show in this division.  No Customs or Artist Resins permitted in this division but they may show in the open classes.

ENTRY:

The entry fee is $50 and includes lunch for the entrant.   If someone will be attending the show with you and they want to eat at the show, please include an extra $5.00 per person with your entry.  Entries should be received by the show holder no later than
March 15, 2015.  Due to space constraints, we are limited to approximately 50 showers.    All entry fees must be paid before start of the first class.

Your paid entry will include one six foot table to set your entries on.  There will not be extra tables available due to space constraints.   Entrants may sell from their tables at no extra charge. 

Each paid entry will receive a Door Prize ticket.   We are lining up some great raffle items, as well as Door Prizes.  Information on raffle items will be announced soon.  If you would like to make a donation, please contact the show holder.  Raffle tickets may be purchased for $1 each or 6 for $5.  You must be present to win raffle items.

The show hall will open at 7
 a.m. with the first classes called at 8 a.m.  Please have your models ready to go at the time classes are called.  We will have a brief question and answer session at 7:45 a.m. with the judges.


All models will be required to be tagged with NEW tags with the following information:
   Side A:  Model's Breed & Gender
   Side B:  Model's Name & Owner's Initials (First, Middle, Last)
Only Side A should be showing while the model is on the judging table.


Model Horse Mania is applying to be a NAMHSA member show.  All first and second place Equines in all NAMHSA approved classes will receive a
NAN card.  Breed classes will receive green NAN cards.  The collectibility classes will receive yellow NAN cards.  Unicorns, Pegasus, and decorators in the artist resin and custom divisions will receive yellow NAN cards for first and second place for workmanship.

No halters (except for molded on), felt or other accessories will be allowed in Halter Classes.


Unsteady models may be laid down on the table for judging.  Owner should be available to turn model over at the judges request.  If the owner is not available, the judge has implied permission to turn the model over.  Felt pads, towels, etc. may be used to cushion model.

Judges decisions are FINAL.  Please feel free to ask the judge questions between classes.  Arguing with the judge(s) will not be tolerated.

There will be a 3 minute set-up between Halter classes.  Please remove your entries promptly when asked to do so.  Unattended models will be sent to the Pony Pound, requiring a .25 bail.

If your test run is a realistic horse color, it may be shown in open halter as well as the collectability class, however you may not identify the model as a test run in the halter class. Documentation is strongly encouraged in the collectability division.  A 3x5 card with manufacturer, approximate date produced, number produced if known, and other pertinent information such as if it was an auction model, raffle model, special run, or variation should be sufficient.  Note that you are welcome to include more information, this is just the bare minimum so the judge can fairly evaluate the entries.  Please keep all documentation to no larger than an 8 1/2 by 11 piece of paper.

Classes may be combined and/or split at the judges or show holders discretion.

SHOW HALL RULES:

Appropriate behavior is expected in the Show Hall at all times.  Animals, smoking, rude language or behavior, alcoholic beverages or running will not be permitted in the Show Hall.  Parents are responsible for the behavior of their children and are asked to please keep them under control at all times.  Poor sportsmanship will not be tolerated.  The judges and show holder reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the Show, without refund of fees, for violation of any of the Show Hall rules.


NEVER touch any model without the owner's permission!

Lunch and drinks will be provided to each paid entrant, and you are free to bring snacks and/or beverages of your choice.  We will announce what we will be serving as soon as it is finalized.   If you want to bring a side dish to share with everyone it will also be welcome.

Model Horse Mania, the Show Holder, Judges and /or the Show Hall are not responsible for any breakage, damage, theft or loss of your belongings occurring at the show or on the grounds.

 

 
 
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