Entry Rules & Important Stuff
You must have a MyABC account to register for the Vanity Fair Horse Show. Registration is fully automated via your MyABC interface. Entry Instructions can be found HERE.
Your horse must be an ABC Horse or Pony. We do not accept horses/ponies under 7 days old, starters, boxed horses, or pets at this time.
You must dress in the appropriate monthly theme and follow the judge’s instructions during the show or risk disqualification.
A 250L Service Fee per horse entry is payable before the show begins. Without this, your entry will be made void, and you will not be able to participate in the Vanity Fair. Please remember to pay this as soon as possible. Service Fee Kiosk Location
If after registering your horse or pony you wish to change your entry to a different horse or pony, this is possible by using the ABC Support Ticket system here.
Best in Class
1st Place: $1000L (1st place unique Ribbon for the class + ABC VFHS Gift Basket)
2nd Place: $750L (2nd place unique Ribbon for the class + ABC VFHS Gift Basket)
3rd Place: $500L (3rd place unique Ribbon for the class + ABC VFHS Gift Basket)
Best in Show:
1st Place: $5000L (1st place unique Ribbon, Trophy, and Statue + ABC VFHS Gift Basket)
2nd Place: $3000L (2nd place unique Ribbon, Trophy, and Statue + ABC VFHS Gift Basket)
3rd Place: $1500L (3rd place unique Ribbon, Trophy, and Statue + ABC VFHS Gift Basket)
All contestants will receive a badge and will entered into special raffle for a boxed horse of their choice. Cloud Ranch, Elemental Coin horses, past Charity Horses & Ponies (OOAK RFL excluded), past Anniversary horses/ponies etc.
Each month will highlight a different theme, so please be prepared to dress according to the given theme. (See the planned themes above.)
Your costumes and outfits must be theme related, non-offensive, and contain limited scripts and particles. Anyone violating these rules will be disqualified on the day of the Vanity Fair.
You will be asked to perform a few very simple manoeuvers while riding your horse in the judging arena. These will be extremely easy and are designed to show off all the hard work and glamour you have put into your presentation. Listen carefully to the judge’s instructions during the show, and in particular when your Entry Number is called during judging so you will know what is required.
Judging is based on your horse’s traits, in addition to your appearance on the day. Thoughtful breeding and planning is just as important as making sure you are dressed to impress.
Judging is divided into three parts and based on the following:
Events & Class Types
Please be aware that only 10 horses maximum will participate for each class type so entries are limited. It is important to register as early as possible.
You can only enter one horse/pony per class type, up to two horses/ponies in total for the show. If you are a rider, you may ride up to two horses/ponies total for the show.
All ABC breeds are welcome to enter the Vanity Fair, and are dividing into 9 Classes. The registration system will automatically find the correct Class type based on your horse’s ID to make signing up as easy as possible. Expand the list below for the full list of breeds and which Class they belong to.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
We must have at least 4 entries in a class to hold the class.
The score board is located at the back of the show ring. All objective scores, judges scores and combined scores will appear on that board. You can also see who came in 1st, 2nd and 3rd on the score board.