Class List 2019
The 2019 Class list has 8 divisions. All brands of models are welcome in the Plastic divisions. CM includes all remade models made from a mass-produced model and all scales will show together. AR includes all scales. The judges will split as they see fit.
Fantasy classes are included in each Yellow card division. If you are not sure if your horse qualifies, here is the official rule:
6. Fantasy equine eligibility **is now approved** and limited to equine-based "unicorns" and "pegasi" (or a combination of the two) only **in OF Collectibility and CM/AR Workmanship classes only. (approved 12-0, 3/13, #45299)**. For NAMHSA/NAN qualifying purposes, a "unicorn" is defined as an equine with a single horn attached at or near the forehead. A "pegasus" is defined as an equine with wings attached at or near the shoulders. Wings can be of any type found in nature, and will not be limited to bird-like only. Eligible animals will basically be equine in nature, with an equine head, neck, body, and legs. Goatbased or half-equine creatures will not be eligible. The head and body must remain equine in form. Hooves can be equine or cloven, tails can be of any type, and extra hair, scales, feathers, or other textures on the head and/or body are permitted, so long as the head and body are still equine in form. Bodies may be skeletal in nature as long as the skeleton portrayed is equine in form. Sculptures can be realistically colored or decorators. The base equine can be any equine--horse, pony, donkey, mule, zebra--of any breed type, with no stated preference given to one type over the other. (updated 11/2013 to include skeletal equines, approved 5-4, #48225) OF models will be judged based on collectibility criteria already outlined on the NAMHSA website and in the NAN packet. CM/AR entries will be judged based on artistry of the sculpture, lack of prepping and painting flaws, and proper equine biomechanics of the head, neck, body, and legs. Wings and horns will be judged based on the skill and artistry with which they are added to the equine. Whether or not it looks as though the animal can fly will not be a stated criteria for judging. These are imaginary creatures, after all, and, just as there are flightless birds, so, too, can there be flightless winged equines.
Show Rules and Info 2019
Please read over the show rules.