Are you AMHA? If so it explains verstility in the rule book. From reading the rule book I know a few things about the class. It is a combination of driving, halter and hunter. It also says that you have the fdriving class, Then you have a header come in and you have to unhook, groom and change halters in 2 minutes or you get disqualified. Then you go to halter to get judged on conformation. Then hunter, but an abbreviated course of three jumps. Also the horse has to be 3 years old as with all performance classes. Hope I was a little help. To get more specific details in the rule book, versatility is on page 104.