In scored classes with more than 80 entries, the top placing 15 horses (plus ties) in the prelims will advance to the finals. Immediately following the preliminary round, there will be a "shootout" competition for the next highest 15 scoring horses (including ties). These 15 will perform again and the top five placing horses (ties will be broken) from the shootout round will also advance to the finals.
In classes where the exhibitor is judged (showmanship, horsemanship, hunt seat equitation and equitation over fences), if the class has more than 100 entries, the class will be split in half and the top 15 exhibitors from each section will be taken to a semi-finals.
These 30 exhibitors, plus ties, will immediately perform the pattern again. In showmanship and equitation over fences, the top 15 plus ties will advance to the finals. In horsemanship and hunt seat equitation, the top 20 plus ties will advance to do rail work. From the rail work, the top 15 plus ties will advance to the finals.
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