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Show Division


NOTE:  In order for Points to count, the Mule/Donkey must be "Registered"
the owner must be a current Member and the Exhibitor must be a Member


Life Time Points


Contestant Forms


Upcoming/Pending Shows

  1. Aug 28-29, 2020 Great Darke County Fair Class: A The Great Darke County Fair, Greenvile OH CANCELLED Judging: Kay Tracy, OH  
  2. Sep 6, 2020 Missouri Mule Makeover Challenge Class: A Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, Springfield MO Judging: Butch Watson, AR  
  3. Jan 21-24, 2021 National Western Stock Show Class: A Denver, CO Judging: Pending  


Show Results

Your Show Results may be found HERE.


In order to accumulate points,
Animal has to be Registered AND the OWNER and EXHIBITOR need to be current members. 
To enter a NASMA Sanctioned Amateur, Novice Amateur and Silver Amateur classes, you must be a current Amateur member. 
Amateur cards must be renewed annually. 

For questions concerning points contact
Debbie Walkinshaw.

Amateur Show Division

Amateur Card SampleAn AMATEUR is any rider nineteen years old and older on January 1 of the calendar year of the show who is no longer eligible to show in NASMA Youth classes, and who has not shown, judged, trained or assisted in training a mule, donkey or horse for remuneration, either directly or indirectly, nor received compensation for instructing another person in riding, driving, training or showing a mule, donkey or horse in competition for the previous five calendar years. An amateur exhibitor may not show, train or assist in the training of a mule or donkey for which their spouse is accepting any form of remuneration, either directly or indirectly for training, assisting in the training or showing of said mule.  Note:  You must possess a NASMA Amateur Card to show in an Amateur Class, Novice Amateur Class and Silver Amateur Class at a NASMA Sanctioned Show.

Youth Show Division

NASMA YouthA YOUTH is defined as any rider who is eighteen years or younger on January 1 of the calendar year of the show. A youth must be in control of the animal he/she is handling at all times. The judge should and  will excuse any entry that is not in control of their mule/donkey. No youth may show a jack in any event.
Youth classes may be split:

1. 18 & under
2. 13 & under
3. 14-18
4. 10 & under walk/trot


Show Points Calculations

# Entries 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
1 0          
2 1/2          
3 1          
4-6 2 1        
7-9 3 2 1      
10-12 4 3 2 1    
13-15 5 4 3 2 1  
16+ 6 5 4 3 2 1
Points shown above are for a Level "C". 
For a "B" show, multiply by 2, for an "A" by 3.
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