New Years at Circle G

This year as you may or may not know BOTB is looking to see some riders from the states bordering Ohio running with the Ohio Big Dogs – If they can….

Circle G is the first BOTB Qualifier for out of state contestants.  The rest are as follows.

Circle G Arena –                              Saturday January 4, 2014 Open Class

The Champion Center –                  Saturday March 8, 2014 Open Class

The Champion Center –                  Saturday April 12, 2014 Open Class

Simmons Equestrian Center –       Saturday May 17, 2014 Open Class

Hilltop Arena Byesville –                Saturday July 5, 2014 Open Class

Henderson Arena                           Saturday May 31, 2014 Open Class

WB Ranch –                                       Sat & Sun Aug 9 & 10 2014 Open Class

Good Luck to all and we hope to see you there and Happy New Year to all!

xxxooo

Dawn and Clea

Here are the rules for Qualifying  –  These will be posted in a document with the Qualifying form at a later date.

Rules for Ohioans

  1. You can run at any show in Ohio in the below date range with in an Open 3, 4 or 5D class,  the Qualifying class has to be IBRA or NBHA Approved
  2. The Class has to have 90 riders
  3. Dates to qualify are November 1, 2013 to August 10, 2013
  4. Riders Qualifying at shows prior to August 1st must have forms posted marked August 1st.
  5. Riders Qualifying at shows after to August 1st must have forms posted marked August 22nd.
  6. Rider must be a resident of Ohio
  7. Rider must carry and produce at time of sending in qualifying form a Valid Ohio driver’s License or Ohio State ID Card
  8. No horse substitution
  9. You must finish in the Top 3 of the 1D Open Qualifying class
  10. The show must be held in the State of Ohio

Rules for other States

  1. You can only qualify at one of the Qualifying shows listed below
  2. You can only qualify in the Open class that is approved
  3. You must be in the Top 2 of the 1D to qualify
  4. You must be a resident of  Pennsylvania, Michigan, Kentucky, West Virginia, Indiana and carry a valid driver’s license or State ID card from that state
  5. No horse substitutions
  6. Riders Qualifying at shows prior to August 1st must have forms posted marked August 1st.
  7. Riders Qualifying at shows after to August 1st must have forms posted marked August 22nd.

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