- A horse must place at a qualifying show.
- Shows are ranked AA, A, B, and C levels.
- To qualify, the horse must place in the top 4 places at an AA show, top 3 at an A show, top 2 at a B show, and win the class at a C show.
- This includes all classes regardless of which breeds and sex compete. For instance a Clydesdale placing 2nd in a Clyde/Percheron class does not qualify for 1st place Clydesdale.
- Once a horse is qualified, the owner fills out and submits the entry with an un-retouched photo.
-Mares: foal, yearling, two year old, three year old, yeld and brood
-Stallions: foal, yearling, two year old, three and over
-Registered Geldings: any age
- AA 100+ horses
- A 50-99 horses
- B 25-49 horses
- C under 25 horses
- Add more shows as long as they have a minimum number of horses (15) and exhibitors (3) or occur in a geographical area without other shows to attend (One per state).
- Show results
- Appoint a Liaison for each show to help facilitate accurate and timely results
- Liaison will make sure to get accurate numbers in each class and not just the placings
- No fees for entry
- Obtain sponsors or hold fundraisers to acquire funds for trophies and costs involved.
- Hand out plaques to all winners of All-American, Reserve All-American, and Honorable Mention Winners
- Special Awards for Overall Supreme Horse, Grand Champion Mare, Grand champion Gelding, and Grand Champion Stallion.