British Morgan Horse Society

Founded 1975

Show Index

TIME OUT DEFINITION

“Time-out may be called by any competitor or groom during a class by attracting the attention of the judge or ring steward by calling ‘time out’. The judge or steward may call time-out themselves if they see a reason to do so, and the time-out will be allocated to the relevant horse. Time out may be required to adjust a piece of tack, loose a tail or pick up a thrown shoe – for example. Once this is acknowledged, the time-out will begin and it may not exceed five minutes per horse per class. Only one time-out may be called per competitor per class. Full details are to be found in USA Equestrian General Rules, Article 312”


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