Alaska Big Sky Camino Real Capital Carolina Central New England Cimarron Deep South Delmarva Eastern PA Great Lakes Hawaii Heartland Inland Empire Intermountain Lake Shore Maryland Metropolitan Middle California Midsouth Midwest New Jersey New York/Upper CT North Central Prairie North East Northern Lakes Northwest Old Dominion Oregon Red River Rio Grande Rocky Mountain Sierra Pacific South SE New England Southern California Southwest Sunshine Tri-State Virginia Western New England Western New York White Mountain Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes, Vet on Grounds Yes, Vet on Call Yes, Farrier on Grounds Yes, Farrier on Call No Vet available No Farrier available Yes No Suitable Facilities
Were the following facilities suitable:
Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Enough Equipment
Were there enough of the following available.
Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Briefings
Were briefings held for the following.
Yes, held and on time. Yes, held but not on time. Not held. Yes, held and on time. Yes, held but not on time. Not held. Yes No Yes No Horse Accommodations
Were you satisfied with the following accommodations for horses?
Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Official Accommodations
Were you satisfied with the following accommodations for officials?
Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No HM Review Section
Under the rules of competition, the initial protest from the decision of the Chief Horse Management Judge is to the Technical Delegate. A protest can only be made by the team or individual competitor against whom an adverse decision is made. Therefore if a protest comes to you to reconsider the decision of the Chief Horse Management Judge and you do NOT sustain the decision of the judge, the protest is concluded. If you do sustain the Chief Horse Management Judge, then a protest can be placed before the Ground Jury.
It is essential that we find out your evaluation of the Horse Management program at this rally. Please answer the following questions: HM Judges Briefings
Were briefings held for HM Judges?
Yes, held and on time. Yes, held but not on time. Not held. CHMJ Briefing
Did the Chief Horse Management Judge's briefing to the competitors fairly address all of the issues critical to the competition.
Yes No Opportunity to Teach
Did the Chief Horse Management Judge and assistants treat the judging phase as an opportunity to teach and educate the competitors?
Yes No Available to Competitors
Was the Chief Horse Management Judge open and accessible to the competitors and prepared to hear the arguments and reasons of the competitors?
Yes No Competition Issues
Were there problems in the competition with issues and matters that were not discussed or explained in the competitors' briefing?
Yes No CHMJ & AHMJ Manners
Did the Chief Horse Management Judge and their assistants deal with the competitors and other officials at the rally in a congenial and respectful manner and vice versa?
Yes No TD Protest Role
Based on your knowledge of the Horse Management Handbook and the issues that arose during the rally, did you feel comfortable in the position of the initial arbiter of protests?
Yes No Yes No Yes No