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2020 Show Season
Due to the impacts of COVID-19, the PtHA Executive Committee has voted to alter the year end awards for the 2020 Season. Prizes have been proportionately determined by the number of shows and income generated during the show year. Due to the cancellation of the PtHA® Annual Convention, prizes earned will be shipped to all recipients as awards arrive to the PtHA® Office.
YEAR END AWARDS
PtHA® offers recognition for members who participate in showing their Pinto through out the year. PtHA® presents awards for lifetime and yearly achievements. Members receive their awards at the annual PtHA® Convention held in March of each year.
Awards include items from Tioga Territory, Gist Silversmiths Buckles, PtHA® Trophies, Perri's Leather, & Shorty's Caboy Hattery.
3rd Place: Show Headstall
3rd Place: Show Headstall
• Exhibitor must be a member in good standing with PtHA.
• The Pinto must be registered in PtHA's Color or Solid registry. (Long Ear registry qualifies for a separate Long Ear Year End Award.)
The following will not count toward the high point award:• Points earned at the Pinto World Championship® Show.
• Points earned from the AVERAGE card at a Jubilee show or Color Breed Congress® Show.
• Points earned from a Novice, costume, leadline, produce of dam, get of sire, grand and reserve halter class or any other non-point earning class.
The Award:• Awards will be given in each division.
• 2020 Year End Awards will be shipped to the recipient.
• Awards are not redeemable for cash. Forfeited prizes will become property of PtHA®.
PINTO OF THE YEAR
The top 10 Pintos at the end of each show year in approved Open, Amateur and Youth events will be recognized. Points are computed on a yearly calendar basis from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31.
The first place Pinto is given the title Pinto of the Year in Open, Youth and Amateur Categories. First place Pintos are mailed a certificate and are eligible to have their photo published in the Pinto Horse® Magazine for their achievement.
The next nine Pintos will be designated as Honorable Mention, and they will be published in the Pinto Horse® Magazine.
LONG EAR YEAR END HIGH POINT
One Mule and One Donkey will be awarded the Long Ear Year End High Point award. All divisions (Open, Amateur, & Youth) and all sizes (Mini Long Ear and Ridden Long Ear) will be combined for this award. The High Point winner will receive a Certificate for a High Point Jacket from Tioga Territory.
ZONE HIGH POINTS
1st through 5th of each zone in each age & classification division will receive a medallion. These will be awarded at each annual PtHA Convention. To qualify for these awards, the unit (Pinto/Exhibitor) must have earned eight (8) or more points in their zone during the show year.
The age divisions are Youth Junior, Youth Senior, Amateur Junior, Amateur Senior, & Amateur Elite.
The classification divisions are Horse/Long Ear/Utility & Mini/Pony/Mini Long Ear. Both Color Registry & Solid Registry are combined for these divisions.
AM/YA HIGH POINTS
One High Point and one Reserve High Point winner will be determined from each age division in the Amateur and Youth categories. Each High Point winner will receive a Certificate for a High Point Jacket from Tioga Territory. Each Reserve High Point winner will receive a Certificate for a High Point Vest from Tioga Territory.
PtHA® presents an annual award to the top 10 units in each of the Youth and Amateur age groups.
Units consist of one horse and one exhibitor. All PtHA® Youth and Amateurs in good standing are eligible. Novice Amateur and Novice Youth classes are not eligible for this award. A contestant may exhibit more than one horse, however, the points will be computed separately.
A maximum of 20 judges will be used to compute the total points per unit. Each judge is counted as one show. A judge can only appear on the list one time. Points are computed on an annual show year basis. Average scores will not count. Only individual judge scores will count. Register of Merit points are used. Show points are not used. If a tie occurs, World Show tie-breaker logic will be used to break the tie. If two units are tied for the same Amateur or same Youth unit, the earliest show date will break the tie.
A certificate will be mailed and results will be published in the Pinto Horse Magazine.