Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Western Versatility?
Western Versatility is when a member earns points in any Western Dressage, Western Riding, Reining, Mounted and In-Hand Show Trail in Western attire and Mountain and Extreme Trail in Western attire with the same rider/horse combination. These are classes that are not at our OFEA open shows, western pleasure, western equitation classes do not count towards this division.
2. What is English Versatility?
English Versatility is when a member earns points in any Hunt Seat Over Fences, Hunter Hack, Dressage, Cross Country, Show Jumping, Mounted Trail and In-Hand Trail (shown in English attire) and Mounted and Extreme Trail classes shown in English attire with the same rider/horse combination. These are classes that are not at our OFEA shows.
3. What is the Gaming Division?
The gaming show has to have at least three of the following events: Flags, Barrels, Pole Bending, Idaho Figure 8, Key Hole, Single Stake Race, and Bi-Rangle. You will need to submit a form like English/Western Versatility stating the name of the show, show date, the events you entered, placings you received and how many were in your class.
This is a recently updated division, it will be ran like the english & western versatility divisions.