Snowmanship at Halter
A. The showmanship class shall be judged strictly on the exhibitor's ability to fit and show a pony at halter. The pony is merely a prop to demonstrate the ability and preparation of the exhibitor. The ideal showman is poised, confident, neatly attired leading a well-groomed and conditioned pony that quickly and efficiently performs the requested pattern with promptness, smoothness, and precision. The showmanship class is not another halter class and should not be judged as such.
B. This class shall be judged with 10 percent on the exhibitor, 30 percent on fitting and grooming of the pony, and 60 percent on the showmanship performance.