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Quick Start Guide | Members | Establishments | Horses | Training & Competing | Disciplines
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By Aria the Admin
#30680

Western Pleasure

Western Pleasure was one of the original twelve disciplines that OTB opened with.
There is no association at this time.
Western Pleasure includes Western Pleasure, Western Riding, Western Horsemanship, or :anchor: Western Trail classes. Class names may vary and include age/breed restrictions and may also include Open Western Pleasure Classes.

Horses may compete in their level, one level below and open classes. Open classes are open to horses of all levels. Western classes will often be split by age and/or breed.
:anchor: No particular level is strenouous, unless it is a Western Trail class.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Levels

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Novice≥ 3 years old
< 10 placings in discipline
Rookie≥ 3 years old
Amateur≥ 3 years old
Intermediate≥ 3 years old
Non-pro≥ 3 years old
Professional≥ 3 years old
World Class≥ 3 years old
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By Aria the Admin
#30681

Working Cow Horse

Working Cow Horse was one of the original twelve disciplines that OTB opened with.
Working Cow Horse includes Tie-down Roping, Breakaway Roping, Team Roping (2 horses per team), Heading, Heeling, Team Penning (3 horses per team), Ranch Sorting, Reined Cow Horse, any breed/age restriction or open classes, any Cutting classes that may include age/breed restrictions, as well as Open Cutting classes.

Horses may compete in their level, one level below and open classes. Open classes are open to horses of all levels. Western classes will often be split by age and/or breed.
:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Levels

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Novice≥ 3 years old
< 10 placings in discipline
Rookie≥ 3 years old
Amateur≥ 3 years old
Intermediate≥ 3 years old
Non-pro≥ 3 years old
Professional≥ 3 years old
World Class≥ 3 years old
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By Aria the Admin
#30682

Working Driving

Working Driving was one of the original twelve disciplines that OTB opened with.
The :link: Combined Driving Society is run by @heidi and @Elsha.
Working Driving horses may only compete in Combined Driving or Driven Dressage (or both).
Working Driving horses may not cross enter into any other driving classes.
Overall placings do NOT count towards advancement.
:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Working Driving

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Training≥ 3 years old
Preliminary≥ 3 years old
Intermediate≥ 4 years old
Advanced≥ 4 years old
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By Aria the Admin
#30684

Working Western

Working Western was one of the original twelve disciplines that OTB opened with.
Working Western includes any reining classes that may include age/breed restrictions, as well as Freestyle Reining and Open Reining classes.

Horses may compete in their level, one level below and open classes. Open classes are open to horses of all levels. Western classes will often be split by age and/or breed.
:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Levels

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Novice≥ 3 years old
< 10 placings in discipline
Rookie≥ 3 years old
Amateur≥ 3 years old
Intermediate≥ 3 years old
Non-pro≥ 3 years old
Professional≥ 3 years old
World Class≥ 3 years old
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By Aria the Admin
#30685

Polo

:snowflake: This discipline has been indefinitely frozen. This means owners may not create or retrain horses to show in it. If you are interested in submitting a proposal to reboot this discipline, please contact the Admins privately.
Polo was the first discipline to be introduced to OTB, proposed by Merrimus.
There is presently no association for Polo.
Polo works differently than other disciplines. Players enter a rider and their string of two (was initially four) horses, and these strings were randomized to form the two larger teams needed to compete in the games.

There are no advancements and horses must be 4 years old at minimum.

Related Library Articles


:link: [Proposal] Polo by @Merrimus
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By Aria the Admin
#30822

Working Equitation

:snowflake: This discipline has been indefinitely frozen. This means owners may not create or retrain horses to show in it. If you are interested in submitting a proposal to reboot this discipline, please contact the Admins privately.
Working Equitation was the second discipline to be introduced to OTB, proposed by Maeve and Merrimus.

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:link: [Proposal] Working Equitation 101 by @Maeve the admin and @Merrimus
:anchor: denotes strenuous classes
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Levels

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Introductory≥ 4 years old
:seedling: Novice≥ 4 years old
Intermediate≥ 5 years old
:anchor: Advanced≥ 6 years old
:anchor: Masters≥ 7 years old
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By Aria the Admin
#49898

TREC

TREC was the third discipline to be introduced to OTB, proposed by Maeve and Merrimus.
The :link: TREC Club is run by @Aria the admin.

Related Library Articles


:link: What the heck is TREC? [proposal] by Maeve
:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Levels

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Level I≥ 4 years old
Level II≥ 5 years old
Level III≥ 6 years old
Level IV≥ 6 years old
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By Aria the Admin
#51519

Doma Vaquera

:snowflake: This discipline has been indefinitely frozen. This means owners may not create or retrain horses to show in it. If you are interested in submitting a proposal to reboot this discipline, please contact the Admins privately.
Doma Vaquera was the fourth discipline to be introduced to OTB, proposed by @heidi.

Related Library Articles


:link: Doma Vaquera [proposal] by @Heidi
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Unique advancement rules

In order to advance from one level to the next, horse and rider must earn ten placings at their current level as well as meet the following requirements:
  • To advance from Basic to Intermediate - compete in a minimum of 4 shows at Basic level
    To advance from Intermediate to Advanced - compete in a minimum of 8 shows at Intermediate level
:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Levels

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Basico≥ 4 years old
Intermedio≥ 6 years old
Alta≥ 6 years old
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By Aria the Admin
#60372

Harness Racing

:snowflake: This discipline has been indefinitely frozen. This means owners may not create or retrain horses to show in it. If you are interested in submitting a proposal to reboot this discipline, please contact the Admins privately.
Harness Racing was the fifth discipline to be introduced to OTB, proposed by @brittany.
There is no association.

Related Library Articles


:link: Harness Racing: OTB Style! by @Brittany
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Unique advancement rules

Horses must “place” 1st, 2nd or 3rd at their current level at least one time to the next level. Allowance races are an exception; they are open to all horses trained in Harness Racing.
:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Levels

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Maiden≥ 2 years old
Class C≥ 2 years old
Class B≥ 2 years old
Class A≥ 2 years old
Class AS≥ 2 years old
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By Aria the Admin
#66805

Steeplechasing

:snowflake: This discipline has been indefinitely frozen. This means owners may not create or retrain horses to show in it. If you are interested in submitting a proposal to reboot this discipline, please contact the Admins privately.
Steeplechasing was the fifth discipline to be introduced to OTB, proposed by Jaclyn and Shanny.
There is no association.

Related Library Articles


:link: Steeplechasing ↬ it's Thoroughbred horse racing elevated by @Jaclyn
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Unique advancement rules

Horses must “place” 1st at their current level at least one time to the next level. Exceptions are G2 races which require 2 G3 wins and G1 races which require 2 G2 wins. Maidens are open only to horses who have never own a steeplechase race. Allowance is open to all levels, including Maiden racers.

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Retraining

Horses may flat race before beginning a Steeplechasing career. In fact, it's encouraged. No other disciplines are acceptable. Once trained for Steeplechasing, horses cannot go back to Flat Racing.
:anchor: All classes in this discipline are considered strenuous.
:seedling: denotes levels that a newly created or retrained horse may compete at

Levels

[h3]Level[/h3][h3]Requirements[/h3]
:seedling: Maiden≥ 4 years old
Never won a race.
:seedling: Allowance≥ 4 years old
Open to all levels, including Maiden.
G3≥ 4 years old
At least 1 Allowance win.
G2≥ 4 years old
At least 2 G3 wins.
G1≥ 4 years old
At least 2 G2 wins.
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