ORUSPC Quiz Rally

2019 Qualifying Quiz Rally - March 9, 2019

Sisters Elementary School, 611 E Cascade Avenue, Sisters, OR

Entry deadline:  February 15, 2019


ORGANIZING CLUB:  High Lakes Pony Club

RALLY CONTACT:  Annie Winter,  ailsamax@gmail.com

RALLY REGISTRATION FEES: $50 per member, $60 for non members.  
        -Lunch is included for the participants and available for parents/volunteers for $8.00
        -Non Pony Club members are invited to participate. This is a great way for potential members to learn about Pony Club!

        Technical Delegate: Nancy MacIsaac

USPC CHAMPIONSHIPS: This rally is a qualifier for USPC Championships.  It is our Region’s goal to continue our tradition of sending a large contingent of Quiz competitors to Championships. Requirements for qualifying are detailed in the USPC Handbook and Rules for Quiz Competition and the most recent Newsletter. The competitor, parents, and the DC/CA are expected to carefully read the qualifying guidelines and be thoroughly familiar with the rules and qualifying criteria for the discipline.


  • Classroom: Oral questions are asked in a classroom setting. Classroom settings are made up of individual rounds. A round is complete when each member of a team has answered one individual question.
  • Barn: Oral questions are asked in a barn setting. Many questions are hands-on in approach. Appropriate barn footwear must be worn at all times.  The Barn phase may be held outdoors this year so please be prepared for any weather conditions.
  • Stations: All questions are answered as a team in a problem-solving manner. A round is complete when a team has answered all the questions they can in a given time limit.
  • Mega-Room: Comprised of tables with horse-related items displayed on them. All items in the Mega-Room are identified by matching them with an answer sheet given to each competitor. The Mega-Room will be done individually with a given time limit.
  • Written Test: This is rating specific and tests up to one level above the competitor’s rated level.

QUIZ RALLY DIVISIONS:  Divisions are based on age (as of Jan.1) and HM certification as follows:

  • Junior D: Non-qualifying Junior D: D-1 and UR, 12 and under / Qualifying Junior D: D-2 and D-3, 10-12 years of age
  • Senior D:  Non-qualifying Senior D: D-1 and UR, 13-21 years of age / Qualifying Senior D: D-2 and D-3, 13-21 years of age
  • C/B/A: All ages up to 21 and C, B or A certification.  May divide into Jr and Sr divisions if number of entries warrant a split.
  • Horsemaster:  Participants 21 and older may choose to participate in the Horsemasters division. All members over the age of 21 are considered Horsemasters.  Horsemasters will compete individually this year and are eligible to qualify for Championships if at least a D2.

TEAMS: A complete team consists of 4 competitors, a short team consists of 3 competitors.  Please try to enter as a team; however if you only have one competitor they may enter as a "catch" and will be placed on to a catch team.  Participants over 21 years of age will compete individually in the Horsemasters division.


CHAPERONES: Each team must be accompanied by a Chaperone and a signed copy of the Chaperone Form must be submitted to the show office upon arrival.  All Chaperones must check in with the Rally Office upon arrival. Chaperones will follow the chaperone guidelines as outlined by USPC.  A Chaperone must be 21 or older and is responsible for the conduct of those competitors in his/her charge. The Chaperone must stay on the Rally Grounds at all times during the rally competition, or must designate another adult to be responsible for the team if he/she must leave; the Rally Office must be notified of this change. *Individual horsemaster competitors do not need chaperones

VOLUNTEERS:  Each team needs to provide two volunteers.  Chaperones may also be volunteers.  *Individual horsemaster competitors do not need to provide two volunteers.

ACCOMMODATIONS:  The Best Western Ponderosa Lodge is nearby and can be contacted by calling (541) 549 1234.  


Please complete one entry form per team, catch competitor or horsemaster individual.  Unless competing as an individual horsemaster, team registration is to be done by your club/center DC or CA or a designated rally organizer.

Quiz Rally Entry Form

Quiz Rally Chaperone Duties Form

Two ways to Pay :

  1. Send a check to the Regional Treasurer at: Oregon Region Pony Club, 22010 NE 227th Ave, Battleground, WA 98604
  2. Complete the rally entry form by following the link above.  Determine your registration fee. Then click on PayPal button to submit payment.

REFUNDS:  After the closing date, no refunds will be issued. The RS may allow refunds in cases if extenuating circumstances exist.


Club or Team Name
Participant Names

Rally Preparation Documents:

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Link to most current Quiz Rulebook, Quiz Newsletter, Horse Management Rulebook, Horse Management Newsletter

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