Horse Schedule 2018 - Bridgend County Show
Horse Schedule 2018 - Bridgend County Show
i Photograph courtesy of KDM Photoography 13th,14th & 15th July 2018 Pencoed Campus, Pencoed CF35 5LG Junction 35 M4 Schedule of Classes Horses & Ponies www.bridgendcountyshow.org.uk Facebook : Bridgend County Show—Showing Section Affiliated to : VHS: SPSBS: RoR: SSA: BSHA: CHAPS: TGCA: BSPS : WPCS: NPS:TSR: P(UK)Wales and Border.: RAGW: AHS:H.O.P.E Qualifier for the National Welsh Championship Show
ii PLAN OF SHOWGROUND PLEASE NOTE Entries in the showing section must enter from Felindre Rd. Lorries must park at the far end in the fenced off area. We are as usual restricted for space and the stewards and Officials will be onsite to assist you.
PLEASE abide by their guidance to ensure there is room for everybody A Horse Showing Rings Show jumping competitors enter through main entrance to the campus large lorries are not allowed down the con- crete road or in the poultry paddock. A Horse entry to showfield
iii Show Rules & Regulations 1. The show organisers reserve the right to refuse entries without assigning a reason 2. The show organisers have the right to cancel any part or the whole of the show. 3. No unauthorised persons shall enter the show or collecting rings. 4. The judges decision is final. All objections must be lodged in writing with the Section Secretary within 30 minutes of judging the competition involved. A deposit of £30 must accompany the objection, which will be returned if the objection is upheld by the Jury of Appeal.
5. Correct and safe dress must be worn at all times.
Protective headgear must be worn at all times when mounted on any part of the showground. It is the duty of riders in the interest of safety to ensure that their headgear provides proper protection, is correctly fitted and remains in place. 6. All owners and riders (where applicable, parents or guardians) of horses/ponies competing in any event shall be deemed to be subject to the Rules and Regulations of the relevant breed or nationally recognised society.
7. Prize money must be collected from the Secretary on the day of the show, within 30 minutes of the close of the final class. 8. Each competitor, owner or where applicable parent or guardian shall be solely responsible for consequences of loss or damage done to, or occasioned by, or arising from any animal in their care and indemnify the show organisers and Pencoed College, their officials, agents and invites against all liabilities, damage, actions, claims, proceedings, costs and or expense in relation to or arising from his/her presence at the show.
9. The show organisers, Pencoed College, their officials and agents cannot be held responsible for any accident, theft, loss or damage, however caused arising out of or at the show.
10.First Aid cover per horse or pony present is included in the entry fee for each class 11.Entries in all classes are restricted to horses and ponies registered with their National Breed Societies, unless otherwise specified. 12.All dogs MUST BE KEPT ON A LEAD AT ALL TIMES, otherwise they will be removed from the Showground.
13.No unauthorised persons may enter areas of the College campus not directly used in connection with the show activities. In particular no one must approach the stables or enclosures of the Colleges own horses or livestock. 14.In inclement weather all vehicles will remain stationary until a tractor is available to assist their exit. 15.The show uses stewards to ensure the safe running of the show, their advice should be followed at all times. 16.The show has a Health and Safety Policy which is available to all exhibitors. It is your responsibility to ensure your own safety and that of others by behaving in a proper and safe manner at all times.
17.The Committee retain the right to remove from the show field any person or animal whose behaviour is deemed to be unsafe. THE ABOVE RULES ARE FOR YOUR PROTECTION, IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH THEM THEN PLEASE DO NOT ENTER
iv One Wristband Pass for rider and a groom will be issued per entry. They must be worn in order to enter the Collecting Ring area .Whilst very effort will be made to keep within the time table Exhibitors are reminded that the time table is a guideline only, and that the Show Organisers reserve the right to alter Ring allocation or Timings as deemed necessary.
The right is reserved that if there are insufficient entries to amalgamate classes, or to divide oversubscribed classes if numbers dictate IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY Of the Exhibitors to be on the show ground 1 hour before the allotted time of their class. Classes will not commence prior to their NOT BEFORE time . Exhibitors must be able to produce on demand Horse / Pony Passports. Prize Monies Affiliated Classes : Prizes 1st £15 2nd £10, 3rd £8 All Unaffiliated Classes : Prizes 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £5 Foals : Included in Class entry fee. Rosettes only for Best Foal Prize Money as follows : 3 catalogued entries in class : First Place Prize Money only 5 catalogued entries in class : First and Second Prize Money only 6 or more catalogued entries in class : First, Second and Third Prize Money PRIZE MONEY MUST BE COLLECTED FROM THE SECRETARY’S TENT ON THE DAY OF YOUR CLASS AND ON PRODUCTION OF 1ST,2ND OR 3RD PLACE ROSETTE Protective Headgear Protective headgear must be worn by anybody riding a horse/pony for any reason.
It is strongly rec- ommended that hats to the standard PAS 015, EN 1384 or ASTM F1163 with either a kitemark of SE1, correctly fastened, should be worn in all ridden classes. This includes all Judges who may be required to ride and all grooms etc. riding outside the show rings. Any one not complying may be asked to leave the showground.
ENTRIES SHOULD BE SENT TO THE HORSE SECTION SECRETARY Mrs Gill Dowling 8, Chapel Road, Rhiwceiliog, Pencoed, Bridgend, CF35 6NN Tel : 01656 864734 Mobile 07967 307139 email : firstname.lastname@example.org Entries close Saturday June 23rd : All Entry fees include First Aid A STAMPED ADDRESSED ENVELOPE A5 SIZE MUST BE SENT WITH ENTRY. NUMBERS AND PASSES ARE NOT ISSUED ON THE DAYS OF THE SHOW. This show is affiliated to : VHS, AHS, RAGW, SPSBS, RoR, SSA, BSHA, BSPS 90/18, CHAPS :18126 ,TGCA 07/18/047, WPCS, WPBR, Palomino Wales, NPS,TSR and Wales & Border. Ponies(UK) Qualification : The1st,2nd and 3rd prize winners will qualify for the Ponies(UK) Spring Classic 2019, Equifest 2018 and BSPA 2018 .
No membership is required to enter or compete in any Championship Final TSR Showing Finals : : This show is a qualifier for the 2018 Showing Finals. Qualify and enter ANY of the Finals Central East Anglia, North West, North East, South Est, South, Wales & South West or Scottish. You do not have to be a TSR Member to qualify or enter a final. The Rider / hander qualifies and can enter any horse/pony in any number of Finals. TSR Riders Champs. 1&2nd placed riders qualify and receive a qualification card in the ring. TSR In Hand Champs The two highest handlers with a TSR In Hand Card will qualify in any In Hand Class.
Handlers must have their cards signed in the ring by the judge. http://www.theshowingregister.co.uk TSR Medal Awards—TSR members can collect qualification cards and signatures and redeem for a TSR Medal. See TSR website for details.
Affiliated to Wales and Border . H.O.P.E’s Best of the Best Supreme National Championship Final Qualifier to be held at H.O.P.E’s Supreme Show,, Onley Grounds Equestrian Centre, Rugby– August 19th 2018. All In Hand and Ridden Champions qualify. For more information contact Mrs S J Hirons, 01455 220665 or email@example.com
v Time table Friday 13th July 2018 Ring One Ring Two Working Hunter Ring 10.00a.m. 11.00 a.m VHS AHS 1 Diamond Veteran 15 Arab In Hand 2 Veteran 16 Arab Ridden 3 Pre Veteran Anglo & Partbreds 4 Mountain & Moorland 17 In Hand Youngstock 5 Diamond Veteran 18 In Hand Over 4 6 Veteran 7 Pre Veteran 19 Under 148 - Ridden 8 Mountain & Moorland 20 Over 148 - Ridden CR1 2p.m - 3pm Judge : Mrs A Holloway CR2 3pm - 4pm Ride Judge : Ms C Fitch CR3 4pm - 5pm Not before 1p.m.
Not before 1p.m. PLEASE SEE SCHEDULE Shetlands FOR RELEVANT HEIGHTS 9 Diamond Veteran 21 Mare or Gelding In Hand FOR THESE TIMES 10 Veteran 22 Yearling In Hand 11 Pre Veteran 23 2&3 year old In Hand 24 Stallion In Hand 12 Diamond Veteran 25 Lead Rein 13 Veteran 26 First Ridden 14 Pre Veteran 27 Open Ridden Judge : Mr R Griffiths Judges : Qualifier : Mrs E Willetts Final : Mrs M Brimson
vi Friday July 13th Ring 1 COMMENCING AT 10A.M VETERAN HORSE SOCIETY SHOWING SERIES—AREA QUALIFIER ENTRY FEES : £12.00/ CLASS Open to members and non-members. All competitors and grooms must adhere to VHS Rules in all circumstances. Failure to do so may result in immediate disqualification. VHS Final Qualification : All competitors placed 1st to 4th in each Area Qualifier class will qualify for the corresponding class at VHS Regional Finals. Members must have their showing card signed by the judge in the ring as proof of qualification. Non members will receive a red qualifying card which can be exchanged for signed showing card when applying for VHS membership.
Regional Finals are open to members only.
All competitors are eligible to enter open classes at the National Veteran Championships—date to be confirmed. No qualification or membership is necessary. See VHS website for schedule 1 DIAMOND VETERAN IN HAND 25 years + over. Open to horses, ponies of any breed and height 2 VETERAN IN HAND 20—24 years Open to horses, ponies of any breed and height. 3 PRE VETERAN IN HAND 15—19 years. Open to horses, ponies of any breed and height. 4 MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND IN HAND 15 years + over Combined age class. To be run as one class but judged as separate age categories. Qualification to the Regional Final in relevant age category.
5 DIAMOND VETERAN RIDDEN 25 years + over. Open to horses, ponies of any breed and height. Kindly sponsored by Phoenix Stud 6 VETERAN RIDDEN 20 - 24 years. Open to horses , ponies of any breed and height. 7 PRE VETERAN RIDDEN 15—19 years. Open to horses, ponies of any breed and height. 8 MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND RIDDEN 15 years + over. Combined age class. To be run as one class but judged as separate age categories. Qualification to the Regional Final in relevant age category. CHAMPIONSHIP: Open to 1st and 2nd prize winners from Classes 1—8 Champion to receive the “Connie Rudall Memorial Cup” , kindly presented by the family .
The Show is affiliated to CHAPS (UK) Ltd who offer a qualifier to the highest placed coloured horse or pony in In Hand and Ridden classes NOT BEFORE 1P.M. VETERAN HORSE SOCIETY SHOWING SERIES 2018 REGIONAL FINAL ENTRY FEES : £20.00/CLASS Pre entry as normal and entries for these classes will be accepted on the day BUT from existing members only.
All competitors and grooms must adhere to VHS rules in all circumstances. Failure to do so may result in immediate disqualification. Only fully qualified Members holding a current VHS membership card and a VHS showing card with a valid qualification signature may enter, Both cards must be carried in the ring and produced on request. No exceptions will be made. VHS Supreme Final Qualification Competitors placed 1st and 2nd in each class will qualify for the corresponding class at the VHS Supreme Final, to be held at the National Veteran Open Championships, Arena UK, Lincolnshire. Dates to be confirmed .If the competitor has already qualified or does not wish to attend, they must refuse the qualification and pass it down the line on the day.
VHS M&M Supreme Final Qualification . The highest placed M&M in each class will qualify for the VHS M&M Supreme Final at the National Veteran Championship For further information please visit the VHS website www.veteran-horse-society-co.uk or telephone VHS Show Office on 01239 881300 or 07789 514004 9 DIAMOND VETERAN IN HAND 25years + over. Open to horse and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final. 10 VETERAN IN HAND 20—24 years. Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final.
Kindly sponsored by Meadmoor Stud 11 PRE VETERAN IN HAND 15—19 years .Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final. 12 DIAMOND VETERAN RIDDEN 25 years + over .Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final. 13 VETERAN RIDDEN 20—24 years. Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final.
14 PRE VETERAN RIDDEN 15 –19 years Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height.
Highest placed registered M&M to qualify forward to the M&M Supreme Final. CHAMPIONSHIP: Open to 1st and 2nd prize winners from Classes 9—14
vii Friday July 13th Ring 2 COMMENCING AT 11.00 A.M. PURE BRED ARABS ENTRY FEES £12.00/ CLASS This is a qualifying show for the British Arabian Championships at Kings Equestrian Centre. All details and qualifying cards from Mrs Jayne Armstrong, 6 Watkin Avenue, Hadfield, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 1QD (07971 864398) Please send an SAE. Cards are £15.00 each, Please state horse’s name, age and section when applying for a card. Cheque payable to The Arab Horse Society. Cards may also be purchased on www.ahsshowsandevents.com The British Arabian Championship has classes for both in hand and ridden purebred Arabians.
15 IN HAND Any age, sex or height 16 RIDDEN 4 years old & over any sex, height CHAMPIONSHIP—Open to 1st and 2nd prize winners from Classes 15+ 16 ANGLO & PART BRED ARAB ENTRY FEES £10.00/ CLASS High percentage Part Breds ( min 50% Arab) 17 IN HAND Yearling,2 & 3 year old colt, filly or gelding any height 18 IN HAND 4 years and over any height or sex 19 RIDDEN 148 cms and under Stallion, mare and gelding 4 years and over. 20 RIDDEN Over 148 cms Stallion, Mare & Gelding over 148cms, 4 years old and over CHAMPIONSHIP Open to 1st and 2nd prize winners from Classes to 17—20 Classes 17—20 NPS/Mole Valley Farmers Part Bred Ridden / In Hand National Championships NOT BEFORE 1P.M.
SHETLANDS : Classes are confined to registered ponies. Ponies must be named on the entry form and in the catalogue. Society rosettes will only be given to ponies registered with the Society or eligible for registration. Three year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown. Foals must be a minimum of 3 weeks old on the day of the Show. There must be no colts or entire males in Young Handler classes. Children under 14 years old may not show colts (excluding foals) or entire males in In Hand classes. Children under 12 years old on the day of the show may not show entire males in Ridden classes.
In the interests of safety, hard hats must be worn by all handlers aged 14 years or under in In Hand classes. Exhibitors should not kneel but remain standing while in the ring. Hard hats must be worn by all exhibitors, irrespective of age in ridden classes. In ridden classes if a rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring, rider dismounted and take no further part ENTRY FEES £12.00/ CLASS IN HAND 21 MARE OR GELDING Mare. 4 years & over. Gelding any age. Foals permitted, rosette for best foal.3 year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown.
Foal must be a minimum of 3 weeks old on the day of the Show. 22 YEARLING Colt or filly or gelding 23 2 AND 3 YEAR OLD Colt, filly or gelding 24 STALLION 4 years & over . Kindly sponsored by Mia Critcher CHAMPIONSHIP - Open to 1st and 2nd prize-winners of Classes 21—24 Classes 21-24 Ponies (UK) Gold Medal Series 2019, Equifest 2018 & BSPA 2018 Classes 21–24 NPS/Highbrook Stud M&M In Hand Summer Championship Qualifier RIDDEN 25 LEAD REIN (UK) M&M Lead Rein Gold Medal Series NPS/Showing Classics M&M Leading Rein National Championship Qualifier 26 FIRST RIDDEN P(UK) M&M First Ridden Gold Medal Series NPS/ Showing Classics M&M First Ridden National Championship Qualifier 27 OPEN RIDDEN Open to all Shetlands 4 years plus.
P(UK) M&M Ridden Pony of the Year Gold Medal Series. NPS/ Ringside Stud M&M Open Ridden National Championship Qualifier CHAMPIONSHIP— Open to 1st and 2nd prize winners of Classes 25—27 Classes 25—27 Ponies (UK) Gold Medal Series 2019, Equifest 2018 & BSPA 2018 The Ridden Champion will be awarded a Challenge Cup kindly presented by Ms Anwen Francis. WORKING HUNTER RING Clear Round Jumping over Working Hunter fences. Open to all. Pre-entries accepted at £4.00 .Entries on the day £5.00 Entry Fees include First Aid Rosettes for all clear rounds.
The following times and heights apply : Class No ( Please state on entry form if pre-entering). Please enter at Secretary’s tent on the day to collect ticket CR1 Min 2’0” : Max 2’3 2p.m. to 3p.m. CR2 Min 2’3” : Max 2’6” 3p.m. to 4p.m. CR3 Min 2’9” : Max 3’0” 4p.m. to 5p.m. It is not necessary for entrants in clear round working hunter to wear showing dress. Arms must be covered, body protectors should be worn and hard hats, complying to current rules and regulations must be worn. Any competitor not complying with this ruling will be asked to leave the Showground. Competitors enter at own risk.
Children must be supervised by an accompanying adult at all times.
viii Programme of Judging Saturday 13th July 2018 Ring One Ring Two Working Hunter 9.00 a.m. 9.00 am 9.00 a.m RoR BSHA BSPS 28 Racehorse InHand 41 Open Cob 66 Mixed height Novice / Intermediate 29 Novice Racehorse 42 Open maxi Cob 67 Cradle Stakes 30 Open Racehorse 43 Open Hack 68 Nursery Stakes 44 Riding Horse 69 Not exceeding 133 Not before 10.30a.m 70 Not exceeding 143 Not before 11.00 am. 71 Not exceeding 153 BSPS 72 Open Intermediate 31 Small Hunter 45 Lead rein SP 32 Lightweight Hunter 46 First Ridden 33 Middleweight Hunter 47 Mixed Height Open 34 Heavyweight Hunter 48 Lead Rein hunter type 49 Mixed height Novice SHP Not before 1.00p.m.
50 Open SHT not exc 153 Not before 2p.m. SSA 51 Intermediate SRT 73 Veteran WH 35 Side saddle Concours d' Elegance 52 Open Intermediate Show Hunter Type 74 Novice WH 36 Side Saddle Open Equitation 75 Open 37 Side saddle Riding Club horse Not before 2p.m. 38 Best horse or pony ridden side saddle CHAPS 39 Classical Ladies Side Saddle 53 Open Youngstock Judge : 54 Non native ridden pony BSPS : Mrs T Pesci Griffiths Not before 3.30p.m. 55 Non native ridden horse 40 Side saddle costume concours 56 Native/cob/traditional ridden pony Working Hunter pm 57 Cob / traditional ridden horse Mrs T Pesci Griffiths 58 Novice ridden pony 59 Novice ridden horse Course Builder Mr Mike Vaughan TGCA Racehorse : Ride : Mr R Sharpe 60 Pure Bred Youngstock Confirmation : Mrs D Nicholson 61 Pure Bred Senior In Hand 62 Part Bred Youngstock Hunters : Ride Mr R Sharpe 63 Part Bred Senior Confirmation : Mrs A Burrington 64 Pure Bred Open Ridden 65 Part Bred Open Ridden` Side Saddle : Mrs S Noble Judges : BSHA : Mrs S Tanner BSPS : Mrs B Evans CHAPS & TGCA : Mrs L Herridge & Mrs J Fraser Brown MBE (Probationary)