Stock Seat Equitation
A. Rider to be judged on seat, hands, performance of pony, appointments of pony and rider and suitability of pony to rider. Good hands are paramount. Results as shown by the performance of the pony are NOT to be considered more important than the method used in obtaining them.
B. At the option of the judge, exhibitors may be asked to work patterns individually, then the judge may recall either all the exhibitors or only the finalists for rail work.