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AQHA Queen Quiz: Show Rules 400+

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Quiz on AQHA Queen Quiz: Show Rules 400+, created by Mallory McKewen on 10/01/2015.
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Question 1

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AQHA individually worked: 3 horses junior, 3 horses senior, 4 horses all age.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 2

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A horse may only be exhibited in a class one time, whether select or amateur, no matter the exhibitor.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 3

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No horse may be entered in both the junior and 2 year old western pleasure at the same show.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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Western Pleasure classes that DON'T require moderate extension of the jog
Answer
  • 2 year old
  • Novice
  • Green
  • Youth 11 and under
  • Youth 13 and Under
  • Select

Question 5

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Ranch Riding is for horses [blank_start]3[blank_end] years of age and older.
Answer
  • 3

Question 6

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Western Pleasure: faults that will be cause for disqualification:
Answer
  • Excessive slowness at any gait, head carried to low, touching horse or saddle with free hand
  • Excessive slowness at any gait, head carried too low, over canted at the lope
  • Head carried to low, over canted at the lope
  • Head carried to low, overflexing or straining neck in head carriage so the nose is carried behind the vertical consistently

Question 7

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Ranch Riding: Required maneuvers
Answer
  • sidepass
  • walk, trot, lope both directions
  • change of lead
  • stops
  • back
  • walk, trot or lope over a pole
  • extended trot and lope at least one direction

Question 8

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Ranch Riding: OPTIONAL maneuvers:
Answer
  • side pass
  • extended trot and lope
  • turns of 360 degrees or more
  • back
  • change of lead
  • poles

Question 9

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Ranch Riding: 1 point penalties: - Too [blank_start]slow[blank_end]/per gait - [blank_start]Over[blank_end]-bridled - Out of [blank_start]frame[blank_end] - Break of gait at walk or jog for [blank_start]2[blank_end] strides or less
Answer
  • slow
  • Over
  • frame
  • 2

Question 10

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Ranch Riding: 3 Point Penalties: - Break of gait at walk or jog for [blank_start]more[blank_end] than 2 strides - Break of gait at [blank_start]lope[blank_end] - [blank_start]Wrong[blank_end] lead or out of lead - [blank_start]Draped[blank_end] reins - Out of lead or [blank_start]cross[blank_end]-cantering more than [blank_start]2[blank_end] strides when changing leads - trotting more than [blank_start]3[blank_end] strides when making a simple lead change - Severe disturbance of any obstacle
Answer
  • more
  • lope
  • Wrong
  • Draped
  • cross
  • 2
  • 3

Question 11

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Ranch Riding: 5 point penalty: Blatant disobedience (kick, [blank_start]bite[blank_end], buck, [blank_start]rear[blank_end], etc.) - for each [blank_start]refusal[blank_end]
Answer
  • refusal
  • rear
  • bite

Question 12

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Ranch Riding: Place below horses performing all maneuvers: [blank_start]Eliminates[blank_end] maneuver [blank_start]Incomplete[blank_end] maneuver
Answer
  • Eliminates
  • Incomplete

Question 13

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Ranch Riding: 0 score: - illegal equipment including [blank_start]hoof[blank_end] [blank_start]black[blank_end], braided or banded manes, or [blank_start]tail[blank_end] [blank_start]extensions[blank_end] - willfull abuse - major disobedience or schooling
Answer
  • hoof
  • black
  • tail
  • extensions

Question 14

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Penalties for hits or ticks of logs in Ranch Riding will be the same as those in Trail.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 15

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Western Horsemanship is designed to evaluate the rider's ability to [blank_start]execute[blank_end], in concert with their horse, a set of maneuvers prescribed by the [blank_start]judge[blank_end] with precision and [blank_start]smoothness[blank_end] while exhibiting poise and confidence and maintaining a balanced, [blank_start]functional[blank_end], and fundamentally correct body position. The ideal horsemanship pattern is extremely precise with the rider and horse working in complete [blank_start]unison[blank_end], executing each maneuver with subtle aids and cues.
Answer
  • execute
  • judge
  • smoothness
  • functional
  • unison

Question 16

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Horsemanship Scoring: ____ performance in execution as well as correct horsemanship and use of aid. Excellent horseman that commits a minor fault
Answer
  • 90-89 Very good
  • 70-79 Good
  • 60-69 Fair

Question 17

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Horsemanship: Minor faults: - Break of gait at walk or jog/trot up to [blank_start]2[blank_end] strides - Over/under turn up to 1/[blank_start]8[blank_end] of turn
Answer
  • 2
  • 8

Question 18

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Horsemanship: Major faults: - Break of gait at [blank_start]lope[blank_end], out of lead or missing lead for 1-[blank_start]2[blank_end] strides - Not stopping within [blank_start]10[blank_end] feet of designated area - Incorrect gait or break of gait at walk or jog for more than [blank_start]2[blank_end] strides - Over turn of more than 1/[blank_start]8[blank_end], but not more than 1/[blank_start]4[blank_end] - Exhibitor obviously looking down to check [blank_start]leads[blank_end] - Failure of bottom of boot to be in contact with the pad of the stirrup - Head carried too [blank_start]high[blank_end] - Head carried too [blank_start]low[blank_end] (tip of ear below the withers) - Over flexing or [blank_start]straining[blank_end] neck in head carriage so the nose is carried behind the [blank_start]vertical[blank_end] - Excessive [blank_start]nosing[blank_end] out
Answer
  • lope
  • 2
  • 10
  • 2
  • 8
  • 4
  • leads
  • high
  • low
  • straining
  • vertical
  • nosing

Question 19

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Horsemanship - Severe Faults: - Loss of [blank_start]stirrup[blank_end] or [blank_start]rein[blank_end] - Missing a lead for more than [blank_start]2[blank_end] strides - Touching horse - Grabbing the saddle [blank_start]horn[blank_end] or any other part of the saddle - Cueing with the end of the [blank_start]romal[blank_end] - [blank_start]Kicking[blank_end] at other horses, exhibitors, or judge - Severe disobedience, or resistance by horse including, but not limited to, rearing [blank_start]bucking[blank_end] or pawing
Answer
  • stirrup
  • rein
  • 2
  • horn
  • romal
  • Kicking
  • bucking

Question 20

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Horsemanship: Disqualifications: - Failure by exhibitor to wear correct [blank_start]number[blank_end] in [blank_start]visible[blank_end] manner - Willful abuse - Knocking over the [blank_start]cone[blank_end], going off pattern, or working on wrong side of cone - Excessive schooling or [blank_start]training[blank_end] - Fall by horse or rider - Illegal use of hands on [blank_start]reins[blank_end] - Use of prohibited equipment - Failure to follow pattern correctly including failure to ever execute correct [blank_start]lead[blank_end] or [blank_start]gait[blank_end] where called for - Overturning more than 1/[blank_start]4[blank_end] of prescribed turn
Answer
  • number
  • visible
  • cone
  • training
  • reins
  • lead
  • gait
  • 4

Question 21

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Faults scored according to severity, which will be cause for DQ except in Level 1 classes include: - Head carried too [blank_start]low[blank_end] (tip of ear below the withers consistently) - Over flexing or straining neck in head carriage so the nose is carried behind the [blank_start]vertical[blank_end] consistently
Answer
  • low
  • vertical

Question 22

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Exhibitors on rookie classes who go off pattern shall not be disqualified but must always place below exhibitors who don't have a disqualifying fault.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 23

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How many Green western riding patterns are there?
Answer
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6

Question 24

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How many western riding patterns are there?
Answer
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9

Question 25

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Distance of western riding cones down the line: Not less than ___ feet; not more than ____ feet
Answer
  • 20;40
  • 30;50
  • 40;60
  • 50;70

Question 26

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Western riding cones: - not less than ____ feet from the fence - ____ to ____ feet width (for crossing changes)
Answer
  • 15;50;80
  • 15;60;80
  • 30;60;80
  • 30;60;90

Question 27

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Western Riding penalties. All of the following are subject to a ____ point penalty: - tick or light touch of log - hind legs skipping or coming together during lead change - non simultaneous lead change (front to hind or hind to front)
Answer
  • 1/2
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Question 28

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Western Riding penalties. All of the following are subject to a ____ point penalty: - hitting or rolling log - out of lead more than one stride either side of the center point and between the markers - splitting the log - break of gait at the walk or jog up to 2 strides
Answer
  • 1/2
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Question 29

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Western Riding penalties. All of the following are subject to a ____ point penalty: - not performing the specific gait (jog or lope) or not stopping when called for in the pattern, within 10 feet of the designated area - simple change of leads - out of lead at or before the marker prior to the designated change area or out of lead at or after the designated change area - additional lead changes anywhere in pattern (except when correcting an extra change or incorrect lead) - in pattern 1 and 3, failure to start the lope within 30 feet after crossing the pole at the jog - break of gait at walk or jog for more than 2 strides - break of gait at the lope
Answer
  • 1/2
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Question 30

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Western Riding penalties. All of the following are subject to a ____ point penalty: - out of lead beyond the next designated change area (note: failures to change, including cross cantering). Two consecutive failures to change would result in two 5 point penalties. - blatant disobedience including kicking out, biting, bucking and rearing - holding saddle with either hand - use of either hand to instill fear or praise
Answer
  • 1/2
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Question 31

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Western Riding: 0 score - illegal [blank_start]equipment[blank_end] - willful abuse - off [blank_start]course[blank_end] - knocking over markers - completely [blank_start]missing[blank_end] log - major refusal (stop and back more than 2 strides or [blank_start]4[blank_end] steps with front legs - major [blank_start]disobedience[blank_end] or schooling - failure to start [blank_start]lope[blank_end] prior to end cone in Pattern 1 - [blank_start]4[blank_end] or more simple changes and/or failures to change leads (except for in novice or rookie) - failure to start beyond [blank_start]30[blank_end] feet of designated area in Patterns 2, 3, 4, 5 and Level 1 patterns 1, 2, 4 (except in novice classes)
Answer
  • equipment
  • course
  • missing
  • 4
  • disobedience
  • lope
  • 4
  • 30

Question 32

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Western Riding - Credits: - changes of leads, hind and front [blank_start]simultaneously[blank_end] - changes of lead near the [blank_start]center[blank_end] point of the lead change area - accurate and [blank_start]smooth[blank_end] pattern - even [blank_start]pace[blank_end] throughout - easy to [blank_start]guide[blank_end] and control with rein and leg - manners and [blank_start]disposition[blank_end] - [blank_start]conformation[blank_end] and fitness
Answer
  • simultaneously
  • center
  • smooth
  • pace
  • guide
  • disposition
  • conformation

Question 33

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Trail penalties. All of the following are subject to a ____ point penalty: - each tick or contact of a log, pole, cone, plant, or any component of an obstacle
Answer
  • 1/2
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Question 34

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Trail penalties. All of the following are subject to a ____ point penalty: - each hit, bite, or stepping on a log, cone, plant or any component of the obstacle - incorrect or break of gait at a walk or jog for 2 strides or less - both front or hind feet in a single-strided slot or space at a walk or jog - skipping over or failing to step in required space - split pole in lope-over - incorrect number of strides, if specified
Answer
  • 1/2
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Question 35

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Trail penalties. All of the following are subject to a ____ point penalty: - incorrect or break of gait at walk or jog for more than 2 strides - out of lead or break of gait at a lope (except when correcting an incorrect lead) - knocking down and elevated pole, cone, barrel, plant, obstacle, or severely disturbing an obstacle - falling or jumping off or out of a bridge or a water box with one foot once the horse has got into or onto that obstacle - stepping outside of the confines of an obstacle with designated boundaries (ie.. back through, 360 box, side pass) with one foot once the horse has entered the obstacle - missing or evading a pole that is a part of a series of an obstacle with one foot
Answer
  • 1/2
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Question 36

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Trail penalties. All of the following are subject to a ____ point penalty: - dropping slicker or object required to be carried on course - first or second cumulative refusal, balk, or evading an obstacle by shying or backing - letting go of gate or dropping rope gate - use of either hand to instill fear or praise - falling or jumping off or out of a bridge or water box with more than one foot once a horse has gotten into that obstacle - missing or evading a pole that is part of a series of an obstacle with more than one foot - blatant disobedience - holding saddle with either hand
Answer
  • 1/2
  • 1
  • 3
  • 5

Question 37

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Trail: At least ___ obstacles must be used; ___ of which must come from the mandatory list, and the other ____ from the optional maneuvers
Answer
  • 5;3;2
  • 6;3;3
  • 6;4;2
  • 7;3;4

Question 38

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Select the mandatory trail obstacles
Answer
  • Spin in box
  • backing obstacle
  • ride over wooden bridge
  • ride over at least 4 logs or poles
  • opening, passing through, and closing gate
  • serpentine obstacle at walk or jog
  • water obstacle

Question 39

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Trail: there may be elevated poles at jog and lope for novice classes.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 40

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Unacceptable trail obstacles: - tires - animals - hides - [blank_start]PVC[blank_end] pipe - dismounting - jumps - rocking or [blank_start]moving[blank_end] bridges - water box with floating or [blank_start]moving[blank_end] parts - flames, [blank_start]dry[blank_end] ice, fire extinguisher, etc. - logs or poles elevated in a manner that permits such to [blank_start]roll[blank_end] - ground [blank_start]ties[blank_end]
Answer
  • PVC
  • moving
  • moving
  • dry
  • roll
  • ties

Question 41

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What is the hallmark of the reining horse?
Answer
  • sliding stops
  • spins
  • long manes
  • ranch type conformation

Question 42

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Reining: neither a no score or 0 score are eligible to place in a go round or class, but a 0 may advance in a multi-day event while a no score may not.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 43

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Reining: The following will result in a ___ point penalty. - spurring in front of the cinch - use of either hand to instill fear or praise - holding saddle with either hand - blatant disobedience including kicking, biting, bucking, rearing and striking
Answer
  • 5
  • 2
  • 3
  • 1/2

Question 44

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Reining: The following will result in a ___ point penalty. - break of gait - freeze up in spins or rollbacks - on walk-in patterns, failure to stop or walk before executing a canter departure - on run-in patterns, failure to be in a canter prior to the first marker - if a horse does not completely pass the specified marker before initiating a stop position
Answer
  • 5
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1/2

Question 45

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A show may have up to ___ approved reining classes
Answer
  • 3
  • 5
  • 7

Question 46

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Horses can register in both the hackamore/snaffle bit reining class and junior reining class.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 47

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Reining classes that can be approved at a show: - [blank_start]junior[blank_end] reining shown with bit - [blank_start]senior[blank_end] reining shown with bit - [blank_start]hackamore[blank_end]/snaffle bit reining
Answer
  • junior
  • senior
  • hackamore
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