Here is the IHSA 22 23 Rulebook Revised July 2022 and its Table of Content .
Rule 9300: Western Reining Patterns
Reining Pattern 1
Reining Pattern 2
Reining Pattern 3
Reining Pattern 4
Reining Pattern 5
Reining Pattern 6
Reining Pattern 7
Reining Pattern 8
Reining Pattern 9
Reining Pattern 10
Alternate Reining Pattern 11 - 2018
Alternate Reining Pattern 12 - 2018
Alternate Reining Pattern 13 - 2018
Alternate Reining Pattern 14 - 2018
Alternate Reining Pattern 15 - 2018
Alternate Reining Pattern 16 - 2018
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IHSA POLICY CONCERNING ABUSE, HARASSMENT AND SEXUAL MISCONDUCT
The Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) stands against abuse, harassment and sexual misconduct of any kind. An act of sexual misconduct represents a failure to recognize and to respect the fundamental worth and dignity of another. All forms of sexual or gender-based harassment, discrimination or misconduct are prohibited by members of the IHSA and all allegations or complaints of these behaviors are taken seriously.
As an education partner of US Equestrian, the governing body of equestrian sport, IHSA coaches and members are provided fan membership and all IHSA coaches are required to provide verification of U.S. Center for SafeSport training. The SafeSport Policy and U.S. Center for SafeSport Code governs conduct for IHSA members and coaches. IHSA members and nonmembers are encouraged to report cases of abuse, harassment and sexual misconduct to the U.S. Center for SafeSport.
Make a report electronically to the U.S. Center for SafeSport or call (720) 531-0340, if you have a reasonable suspicion of sexual misconduct such as child sex abuse, non-consensual sexual conduct, sexual harassment or intimate relationships involving an imbalance of power.