Other WDAMI YEAR-END AWARDS
WDAMI Rider Achievement Award
This award has been developed to reward your commitment to using and enjoying your horse(s), pony(s) and/or mule(s). Pleasure, conditioning, training, riding lessons or doing groundwork all count.
You can work with more than one horse, pony and/or mule to accumulate hours. There is no time limit for completion of the award levels.
Hour Milestones for Awards:
When you have accumulated enough hours to advance to a new level, complete the Rider Achievement Award form and mail to Diane Kaser, 11529 Maple Rd., Beulah MI 49617, postmarked no later than
November 15 of the competition year. The hours you submit are recorded by you on an honor system.
You will receive an Achievement Award at our Annual Banquet and Awards Presentation.
WDAMI WD Highest Percentage Individual Ride Award
Open to all divisions, breeds, and levels. The highest percentage individual score from each test (1 through 4) at each level (Introductory through Level 4) will be awarded a ribbon. Even if you do not have enough scores for other WDAMI Awards, you may qualify for this award. Complete a Rider Report Form and submit a copy of the front and back of your test.
WDAMI WD Freestyle Challenge Year End Championship
This award is open to all and combines ponies, mules, horses and gaited horses into one championship.
A champion and reserve champion will be awarded at each level and in each division with the champion and reserve receiving a ribbon and a certificate of placing. Placings of 3rd through 6th will receive a
certificate. To be eligible for consideration for this award, you must submit three scores coming from at least two different judges. Include copies of the front and back of the tests and make sure the judge’s name and signature are included on the test. Submit a Rider Report Form marked “Freestyle” and include copies of the 3 tests.
Specific Awards for Gaited Horses, Ponies and Mules
Year End Schooling Show Awards will be separately awarded for Gaited Horses, Ponies, and Mules. The award guidelines for each will follow that of the Schooling Show Awards with respect to divisions, eligibility, shows, show year and awards process. Rider Report Forms must identify the breed specific award being applied for (Gaited, Pony, Mule). Gaited ponies will be included in Gaited horses. Ponies must not exceed 14.2 hands (USE GR143) and a copy of breed papers or a Coggins test with height
stated can serve as proof of height.