June 20-23, 2018 - Eugene Oregon Oregon Horse Center USEF Approved "A" Rated Show
USEF Judge: Dwayne Knowles; Kutztown, PA Dressage Judge: Donna Richardson; San Marcos, CA Working Western Judge: Susan Muir; Lynnwood, WA
Excitement is building for the 2018 Oregon Morgan Classic.
This year the show will offer classes for Morgans, Saddlebreds, OTAB, Academy, Opportunity, and miscellaneous fun classes.
The Junior Exhibitor and Equitation sections as well as Youth activities have been expanded. Lots of "extras" are added this year to make this a "super show" for the entire family and fun loving exhibitors.
Mark your calendar for June 20-23, 2018 and plan on being in Eugene at the Oregon Horse Center.
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If you enjoyed the 2017 show, you will really like the 2018 Oregon Morgan Classic!
Look What's New! New Color Horse Award at OMC & an Expanded Youth of the Year Program Starting in 2018
Nancy Falk riding Gwen
$500 To Be Awarded To The Highest Scoring Color Morgan Competing At The Oregon Morgan Classic
MHAO Budget for Youth of the Year Expanded
MHAO has received a donation of $15,000 from the Nancy Falk Trust to be used as follows: $500 per year for 15 years will be used to support the MHAO Youth of the Year program (to a total of $7,500), and $500 per year less award costs (to a total of $7,500) will continue for approximately 14 years to provide a new perpetual award with prize money to the highest scoring color Morgan at the Oregon Morgan Classic. Both will continue until the funds are fully disbursed.
Morgan horses eligible for the colored Morgan perpetual award shall be registered with the AMHA as a palomino, grey, pinto, buckskin, cremello, or perlino. Variations such as in eye color and/or the presence of a splash gene will not count as a horse of color.
The color award will go to the Morgan horse entered that wins the colored Morgan high point tabulation for the OMC show. There will be a perpetual award maintained on behalf of the club, a smaller award for the winner to keep plus prize money as previously stated.
Points will be calculated as follows: Five points for first, three for second, and then one point for placing in each class entered. No class will be double counted. If the class is a Championship class, points earned will be doubled. Classes can be of any type.
The donation funds received will be restricted to be used for these two purposes only.
More information will follow soon on the Youth of the Year expansion. We will be creating an enrollment form for the OMC Colored Morgan competition to go out in the premium booklet. The funds for Youth of the Year and for the OMC Colored Morgan Horse Award are granted in memory of Nancy Falk.