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ODMHA 2011 FUTURITY RESULTS

Futurity Awards:

    Placing Name of Horse
    Owner
    Handler

Class 1 Weanling Colts
1st:
Green Bay Paladin
       Beryl Herzog, Green Bay Morgans 
       Jody Swartz
Class 3 Yearling Colts & Geldings
1st: He’s Way Too Sexy
       Donna Jacobson, D&N Stables 
       Donna Jacobson
Class 6 Two Yr Old Fillies
1st: Sexy Reflection
       Donna Jacobson, D&N Stables 
       Donna Jacobson

Class 7 Three Yr Old Stallions and Geldings
1st: Green Bay Magic Moment
       Nancy Brooks
       Chris Catrell
2nd: Agent Double O Eight
        James Griffin, Mountain Run Morgans
        James Griffin

Class 8 Three Yr Old Mares
1st: Green Bay Meadowlark
       Gwen Leech
       Gwen Leech
2nd: Green Bay Madeline
        Beryl Herzog, Green Bay Morgans 
        Bill Shiflet

3rd: Majorly Sexy
        Donna Jacobson, D&N Stables 
        Nathaniel Ingles
4th: A Stolen Rose
       Donna Jacobson, D&N Stables 
       Donna Jacobson
Class 9 Grand Champion Stallion Green Bay Paladin
Class 10 Grand Champion Mare Green Bay Madeline

Alumni Awards:

    Placing Name of Horse
    Owner
    Handler

Class 11 In-hand Alumni Stallions & Geldings horse age 4-12
1st: Green Bay Kindred Spirit
       Timmerie Cohen
       Timmerie Cohen
Class 12 In-hand Alumni Stallions & Geldings horse age 13 & up
1st: Green Bay Questar
       Mary Ann Massie
       Mary Ann Massie
Class 13 In-hand Alumni Mares horse age 4-12
1st: Green Bay Knockout
       Mary Ann Massie
       Mary Ann Massie
Class 14 In-handAlumni Mares horse age 13 & up
1st: Green Bay Yours Truly
       Sandy & Joe Monolo
       Arayna Price
Class 17 Alumni Under Saddle horse age 4-12
1st: Green Bay Kindred Spirit 
       Timmerie Cohen
       Timmerie Cohen
Class 18 Alumni Under Saddle horse age 13 & up
1st: Green Bay Yours Truly 
       Sandy & Joe Monolo
       Arayna Price

There was not a championship class for alumni.


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2012 Old Dominion Morgan Horse Association Futurity

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2012


STATE FAIR OF VIRGINIA, DOSWELL, VIRGINIA

**UPDATE**

The number of Futurity Classes offered is increasing! New classes include Alumni Under Saddle and Alumni Driving! A generous grant award from the Virginia Breeders Incentive Fund increases opportunities for greater cash awards!  Deadline for nominations at the regular fee is June 30, 2012. Questions may be directed to Temple Joyce, Futurity Registrar.

 Show the world your beautiful Morgans October 6th in DOSWELL!

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2012 Old Dominion Futurity:


PURPOSE
This Futurity is sponsored and administered by the Old Dominion Morgan Horse Association (ODMMHA) to encourage continued improvement in the breeding of Morgan horses in the Commonwealth of Virginia, by providing an incentive to those investing in facilities and breeding stock within the State.
ELIGIBILITY
Horses to be nominated must be registered in the American Morgan Horse Association (AMHA) Registry or be eligible for registration, if under 12 months of age. Participation in the Futurity is limited to current members of ODMHA, regardless of their State of residence.
NOMINATIONS AND RENEWALS
Horses will not be required to show in Futurity halter classes, but to remain eligible, their nominators will be required to make all payments in the amounts specified. All nomination fees are payable to the ODMHA.
Horses changing ownership will be permitted to remain eligible if fees are paid. Nominations postmarked by December 31 of the year of eligibility will be accepted at regular fees. A class entry fee will be charged for horses showing in the futurity classes. The class entry fee will be $10 per horse.   Foals of the Current Year: Foals are to be nominated for a fee of $50.00, postmarked by June 30 of the current year. Nominations and fees postmarked July 1 through December 31 accepted at double the fees. (Note: The sire and dam of the foal must also be nominated in its year of birth only, as stated below.) Stallions: The sires of the current year’s foals entered in this futurity must be nominated for a fee of $50.00, which must be postmarked by June 30. Nominations and fees postmarked July 1 through December 31 accepted at double the fees. This fee will be required only once per year per stallion, regardless of the number of his offspring nominated, and may be paid by the stallion owner or foal owner. The person making the nomination will be entitled to any awards or special prizes awarded to the stallion for that year. Mares: The dams of the current year’s foals entered in this Futurity may be nominated for a fee of $25.00. The nomination and fee must be postmarked by June 30. Nominations and fees postmarked July 1 through December 31 accepted at double the fees.Nominations of Renewals: Yearlings, 2-year-olds, and 3-year-olds may be nominated for a fee of $35, which must be postmarked by June 30 if they are to be shown in the current year. Nominations and fees postmarked July 1 through December 31 accepted at double the fees.  Renewal nominations must include the correct AMHA registry number.

JUDGING

Judging of entries will be held Saturday October 6, 2012 at State Fair of Virginia, Doswell, Virginia. All Futurity in-hand classes will be divided by age and sex, and will be judged according to class specifications for the regular In-Hand Division, including specialty in-hand. Exhibitors may show their horses according to the specialty for which the horse is intended, i.e. English, Western, Hunter, Sport Horse. All in-hand classes will be divided by age and sex, and will be judged on quality, type, and conformation.
PRIZE FUNDS AND AWARDS
The prize fund for the Futurity will consist of all fees paid for nominations, renewal nominations, class entry fees, late fees, and added donations received by the conclusion of the Futurity. All fees received after the conclusion of the show will be carried into the next year and distributed to the appropriate age groups. Up to 10 percent of any money may be used for administration. The payouts will be made no later than thirty days following the conclusion of the show ! .
Each year the Sire and Dam nomination fees will be added to the premiums of the weanlings, yearlings, 2-year-olds, and 3-year-olds, divided equally. Class entry fees will be added to the prize money of the appropriate age groups (see Nominations).Within each age group, money will be divided on a pro-rated basis. For example, if six fillies and four colts are shown, sixty percent of the total funds for the age group will be paid to fillies, and forty percent to the colts.Premiums will be awarded on the following basis:
First place, 35 percent; second place, 25 percent; third place, 20 percent; fourth place, 10 percent; fifth place, 5 percent; and sixth place, 5 percent each of the available premium money in each age/sex group.
If there are fewer than six entries in the ring for judging, the distribution of premiums will be adjusted. All money will be paid out. The legal owner of the entry will be the recipient of the money.Futurity High Score Awards: Horses who maintain eligibility through their 3-year-old years will be eligible for high score awards based on the results of their placements in halter classes during their yearling through 3-year-old years. These awards are to be presented at the ODMHA annual awards banquet.


FUTURITY COMMITTEE

The Futurity Committee is comprised of six members. The 2012 Committee is Beryl Herzog, Byran Childress, Sandy Monolo, Nancy Brooks, Temple Joyce, and Kim Whitmill.

The Futurity Committee is responsible for administration of the Futurity. This includes collection and disbursement of funds, and reporting of financial activities to the ODMHA as required. In cases of dispute, the Committee has the right to render a decision by majority vote, and that decision shall be final. Any changes in rules will be made by this Committee by a majority vote of the Committee members. The Registrar of this Committee will maintain records of eligibility and all financial transactions. Administrative costs may be up to 10 percent of all fees and donations. An annual Futurity business report will be made to the membership of the ODMHA at the annual meeting. The written report will be submitted to the President. Virginia Breeders Incentive Program – this program is held in conjunction with the ODMHA Futurity, and provides additional matching monies to those horses within the Futurity that QUALIFY for the Virginia Breeders Incentive Program.  In order to qualify for the Breeders Incentive, the horse MUST HAVE been foaled in Virginia.  The location of the stallion and mare at the time of inception does not alter this requirement.  The recipient of the matching monies will be the legal owner of the horse at the time of the competition, regardless of the breeder of record.  The matching monies will be distributed through a grant provided by the Virginia Horse Industry Board.  The recipient of the matching monies must be actively participating in the Virginia horse breeding industry as defined below:

1. A Virginia resident who owns breeding stock or horses accepted in this Futurity, OR 2. A person (regardless of legal residence) having stood a stallion for one complete breeding season in Virginia during the previous three years, OR 3. A person (regardless of legal residence) having owned a mare or mares, which were either bred or stabled in Virginia for one year during the previous three years.


 



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