GOREY AGRICULTURAL SHOW LIMITED SCHEDULE OF 159TH GOREY AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT CLONATTIN, GOREY, CO WEXFORD SATURDAY 16TH JUNE 2018

GOREY AGRICULTURAL SHOW LIMITED SCHEDULE OF 159TH GOREY AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT CLONATTIN, GOREY, CO WEXFORD SATURDAY 16TH JUNE 2018

2018 GOREY AGRICULTURAL SHOW LIMITED SCHEDULE OF 159TH GOREY AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT CLONATTIN, GOREY, CO WEXFORD SATURDAY 16TH JUNE 2018 PLEASE NOTE ENTRIES WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED ON THE OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM OR ONLINE AND MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY APPROPRIATE FEES.ALL PERSONS INCLUDING EXHIBITORS ENTERING SHOW GROUNDS SHALL PAY ENTRY FEE OF €10. CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE. SECRETARY: STELLA JONES, CLONATTIN, GOREY, CO WEXFORD Tel: 053/9421135, Fax: 053/9421530, Mobile: 087/6383357 Email: info@goreyagriculturalshow.com Poultry : Florrie Dixon. Tel: 053/9421656, Mobile: 087/9486286 Horse & Pony: Ashley O’Connor.

Mobile: 087/2757390 after 6pm Email: Ashleyaoconnor87@gmail.com Cattle: Ned Copeland. Tel: 086/8514288 Sheep: Andrea McCann. Tel: 086/6014329 Indoor: Irene Poole. Tel: 053/9424042, Mobile: 085/7148697 Childrens Corner: Lisa O’Donnell. Tel: 087/4150619 All entries close FRIDAY 8th June.

All Prize Money Paid on Day of Show www.goreyagriculturalshow.com Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS HORSES AND OTHER EQUINES Premises Registration As from 1 May 2012, any premises (which includes shows, fairs and markets) where horses or other equines are gathered must be registered with the Department. Owners/persons in charge of such gatherings are required to submit a completed application form for registration and to keep records of movements on/off their premises.

Records must be retained for at least 3 years as they may be required by the Department for the purposes of tracing disease. Records required are: 1. The name and address of the owner/person in charge of the premises from which the equine came.

2. Premises registration number from which the equine came 3. Passport number/UEL number of the animal It is important therefore that Show organiser's should contact their local District Veterinary Office in advance so that consideration can be given to compliance with the requirements outlined above. Any further information on the requirements for moving horses and equines to shows will be provided on the Department’s website at http://www.agriculture.gov.ie/animalhealthwelfare/ animalidentificationmovement Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

DISCIPLINE The Irish Shows Association expects and will insist upon appropriate behaviour from all Exhibitors and others participating in any of the activities at our Member Shows and will not tolerate inappropriate behaviour. Inappropriate behaviour shall include but not be limited to the following: • Profanity, coarse or vulgar language or gestures towards judges or other Show officials. • Harassment or bullying, including using words or actions that threaten, intimidate or undermine judges or other officials before, during or following Member Show activities.

• Failure to follow rules and/or obey instructions.

• Abusing any animal. Disciplinary Procedures: Complaints of misconduct against an Exhibitor or other participant at a Member Show shall be investigated and adjudicated upon by a subcommittee appointed by the Irish Shows Association. The said subcommittee shall consist of three members of the board of the Irish Shows Association and shall be known as the Disciplinary Committee. The Disciplinary Committee shall seek to ensure the existence of consistent, effective, fair and transparent complaint procedures and shall act in accordance with natural and constitutional justice.

Procedure: A complaint of misconduct/inappropriate behaviour against an Exhibitor or other participant in a Member Show shall be made in writing and delivered to the Secretary of the relevant Member Show within 72 hours. A copy of the complaint shall be sent by the Secretary of the Member Show to the National Secretary of the ISA. A copy of the complaint will be sent by the National Secretary to the person or persons against whom the complaint is made. A person or persons against whom a written complaint is made shall have a period of 14 working days from the date of receipt of the claim to reply to the said complaint; such reply shall be made in writing.

Both parties shall state whether an oral hearing of the complaint is sought. The Disciplinary Committee shall be entitled to hold an oral hearing in regard to the complaint whether or not sought. The Disciplinary Committee shall decide in each case whether to hold such Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

an oral hearing in respect of the complaint, or any part thereof and there shall be no appeal from such decision of the Disciplinary Committee. The Disciplinary Committee shall, at any time, seek further information from either party. In the event of either party refusing or failing to provide such further information within the time specified by the Disciplinary Committee, the Committee shall be entitled to make a decision on the complaint and/or to hold an oral hearing of the complaint in the absence of a copy of such further information being received by the Disciplinary Committee from either party.

The Disciplinary Committee shall be entitled to reject a complaint where, in the opinion of the Committee, it finds there is no basis for it. Sanctions In the event of a first incident of inappropriate/unacceptable behaviour being deemed to be proved against the offender, the Disciplinary Committee shall issue a written warning to the offender. In the event of any subsequent incident, the Disciplinary Committee shall be entitled to impose sanctions on the offender, including a prohibition on such offender participating in any of the events/activities at any Member Show of the ISA, provided always that in the event of a first incident of inappropriate/unacceptable behaviour being deemed by the Disciplinary Committee to constitute gross misbehaviour, the Disciplinary Committee shall be entitled to impose such sanctions on the offender as it deems appropriate, including the prohibition on such offender from participating in any of the events/activities of any Member Show of the ISA.

The decision of the Disciplinary Committee shall be final Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ORGANISERS OF SHOW’S AND EXHIBITORS OF CATTLE 2018 SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS - CATTLE Keepers wishing to show cattle in 2018 must obtain a Certificate of Compliance prior to the movement of the animal to the Show. This ensures that the animal (s) in question has the necessary TB, BR and BVD tests recorded on the Department’s database and that the keeper presenting the animal is not restricted by the Department. Certificates of Compliance can be obtained online from the Animal Identification and Movement (AIM) system through the www.agfood.ie facility or from the Cattle Movement Notifica-tion Agency.

When applying for a Certificate of Compliance, keepers should not specify a destination herd.

On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary along with the bovine passport for the animal. The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement No- tification section of the Certificate which will then be sent to the lo-cal DVO for recording onto the AIM system. Please note that only cattle for which a valid Certificate of Compli-ance is provided to the Show Secretary can be shown on the day of the Show ****Irish Shows Association Notice **** Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Certificate of Compliance Requirements On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary along with the bovine passport for the animal.

The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the Movement Notification section of the Certificate which will then Must be sent to the local DVO for recording onto the AIM system ****Irish Shows Association Notice **** After submissions from affiliated Shows on Judging of Calves & the need judged them by weight rather than by age at Shows The Irish Shows Association Cattle Sub Committee have put forward the following recommendation on use of live weight for calf classes e.g. (Calves under 12 months not to exceed 460 kg) (Autumn born calves and Calves under 6 months) it recommends that the weight should not exceed 320kg) Another suggestion is to use no more than 1.7kg live weight gain per day from the birth date to the show date.

This proposal would also be suitable for interbreed pedigree calf Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

Championships ****Irish Shows Association Notice **** Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine It is vitally important that all Show Secretaries comply with the rule & make sure to send back the Certificate of Compliance to your Local DVO Office within Seven Days of your Show taking place as failure to do so is causing untold problems to exhibitors Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

JUDGES 2017 Working Hunter Ponies To be confirmed In Hand Ponies To be confirmed Riding Ponies Mr Peter Molloy Young Horses Mr John Newborough Mr Andrew Gardiner Mares & Foals Mr John Kennedy Mr Billy Phelan Irish Draughts Mr John Newborough Mr Andrew Gardiner Riding Horses Mr Adam Taylor (Ride) Mrs Hazel Gallagher (Confirmation) Ridden Hunters Mr Robin Sharp (Ride) To be confirmed (Confirmation) Working Hunter Horses Mrs Carol Meade Politis (Confirmation) Mr Adam Taylor (Ride) Carriage Driving John Crowley Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

PONIES Pre entered and online entry for all classes €10. Entry on Field €15 unless otherwise stated. 1st Prize €30; 2nd Prize €20; 3rd Prize €15. PLEASE NOTE – APPROPRIATE HEAD GEAR MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES ALL SECTIONS START AT 10.30AM RIDING PONIES RING 6 - CLASSES START AT 10.30AM Ponies in the following classes can be measured Champion Riding Pony €50 & Trophy Reserve Champion €30 Please note no 2nd Prize in the case of less than 3 entries, no 3rd prize in cases of less than 5 entries, unless in the opinion of the Judges there is sufficient merit shown. Class 1: OPEN INTERMEDIATE SHOW HUNTER TYPE For ponies , mares and geldings, 4yr old and over, exceeding 146cms and not exceeding 153cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have attained their 14th birthday on the 1st January 2018.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 2: OPEN 153CM SHOW HUNTER PONY CLASS For ponies, mares and geldings, 4yr old and over, exceeding 143cms but not exceeding 153cms, suitable for and to be by riders who have not attained their 20th birthday on 1st January 2018. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 3: OPEN 143CM SHOW HUNTER PONY CLASS For ponies, mares and geldings, 4yr old and over, exceeding 133cm but not exceeding 143cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 17th birthday on the 1st January 2018.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

Class 4: OPEN 133CM SHOW HUNTER PONY CLASS For ponies, mares and geldings, 4yr old and over, exceeding 123cms but not exceeding 133cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 14th birthday on 1st January 2018. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 5: OPEN SHOW HUNTER STAKES For ponies, mares or geldings, 4yr old and over, not exceeding 133cms suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 12th birthday on the 1st January 2018.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 6: OPEN SHOW HUNTER PONY FIRST RIDDEN For ponies, mares and geldings, 4yr old and over, not exceeding 123cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 10th birthday on the 1st of January 2018.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 IN HAND, YOUNG STOCK AND LEAD-REIN RING 5 - CLASSES START AT 10.30AM In Hand Champion Pony €50 & Trophy. In Hand Reserve €30 Please note no 2nd Prize in the case of less than 3 entries, no 3rd prize in cases of less than 5 entries, unless in the opinion of the Judges there is sufficient merit shown. Class 7: OPEN SHOW HUNTER PONY LEAD REIN For ponies, mares and geldings, 4yr old and over, not exceeding 123cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 10th brithday on the 1st January 2018.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

Class 8: OPEN MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND LEAD REIN For ponies, mares or geldings, 4yr old and over, not exceeding 123cms. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday on the 1st January 2018. Riders in this class may not compete in any other class at the same show on the same day with the exception of any other Lead Rein or 1st Ridden Class. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 9: PURE - BRED OR PART-BRED WELSH PONY Registered Welsh Pony any age, mixed height.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 10: CONNEMARA PONY CLASS FOR 1, 2 & 3 YR OLDS For registered Connemara ponies, mares, geldings or stallions Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 11: THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & BALLINASLOE SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT THE CONNEMARA THREE YEAR OLD FILLY ALL IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP SPONSORED BY: PARKMORE EQUESTRIAN CENTRE & FR CHRISTY MCCORMACK PRIZE FUND: €1000 RULES AND CONDITIONS 1. This championship is confined to Registered Connemara. Three year Old Fillies 2. The progeny of Registered Connemara Sire & Registered Connemara Dam.

3. Exhibitors In both the Qualifier and the Final must have the CPBS Passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.

4. More than one Filly may be selected at any qualifying Show to compete in the Final providing the judges & the ISA agree the standard warrant such selection. 5. One of the judges at the final must be from CPBS judges list. 6. Ponies qualified for final are not to enter any other class at Ballinasloe Show. 7. Plaiting of manes and tails is not allowed for Qualifier or Final. PRIZE FUND: 1st €300, 2nd €200, 3rd €150, 4th €125, 5th €100, 6th €100. Entry Fee To Final €20 FINAL: BALLINALSOE 23RD SEPTEMBER 2018 Entry fee of €10 Class 12: RIDDEN CONNEMARA 4 yr old and over, ridden by riders under 16 years on the 1st January 2018.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

Class 13: RIDDEN CONNEMARA 4 years old and over, ridden by riders over 16 years old on the 1st January 2018. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 14: LOCAL LEAD REIN CLASS For riders aged between 4 to 12 years old. Not to have competed in any other lead rein class the same day with the exception of Best Fancy Dress. Winner of this class is not eligible for In-Hand Championship. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 15: BEST FANCY DRESS Local Lead Rein Class. To be ridden by a rider aged 4 to 12 years old. Helmets must be worn. Winner of this Class is not eligible for In-Hand Championship.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 WORKING HUNTER RING 7 - CLASSES START AT 9.30AM SHARP Champion Working Hunter Pony €50 & Trophy. Reserve Champion €30 Please note no 2nd Prize in the case of less than 3 entries, no 3rd prize in cases of less than 5 entries, unless in the opinion of the Judges there is sufficient merit shown. PLEASE NOTE – APPROPRIATE HEAD GEAR MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES Class 16: OPEN CRADLE STAKES For ponies, mares or geldings, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 123cms. Suitable for riders who have attained their 11th birthday on 1st January 2018. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 17: OPEN WORKING STARTER STAKES For ponies, mares or geldings, 4yr old and over, not exceeding 133cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 12th birthday on 1st January 2018.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

Class 18: OPEN 133CM WORKING HUNTER PONY For ponies, mares and geldings, 4yr old and over, exceeding 123cms but not exceeding 133cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 14th birthday on 1st January 2018. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 19: OPEN 143CM WORKING HUNTER PONY For ponies, mares or geldings, 4yr old and over, exceeding 133cms but not exceeding 143cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 17th birthday on 1st January 2018.

Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 Class 20: OPEN 153CM WORKING HUNTER PONY For ponies, mares or geldings, 4yr old and over, exceeding 143cms but not exceeding 153cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 20th birthday on 1st January 2018. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €30, 2nd - €20, 3rd - €15 HORSES MARES & FOALS RING 3 - CLASSES START AT 10.00AM Pre entered and online entry for all classes €10. Entry on Field €15 unless otherwise stated. No second prize in cases of less than 3 entries, no third prize in cases of less than 5 entries, unless in the opinion of the Judges there is sufficient merit shown.

Class 21: OPEN BROOD MARE CLASS For non-thoroughbred mares with foal at foot. Sponsors: AIB BANK Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €150, 2nd - €100, 3rd - €60, 4th - €40 Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule

Class 22: BEST NON THOROUGHBRED MARE & FOAL COMBINATION Mare 60%, Foal 40%. Winner of the open brood mare class is not eligible for inclusion in this class. Prizes: 1st - €80, 2nd - €50, 3rd - €30 Class 23: "IVERK SHOW SOCIETY & IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION PRESENT THE ""INVESTEC WEALTH AND INVESTMENT"" ALL IRELAND BROODMARE & FOAL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP.

WWW.INVESTEC.IE PRIZE FUND APPROX: €4300" RULES AND CONDITIONS 1. Entries are confined to non-thoroughbred broodmares registered in the Irish Horse Register with a foal at foot.

2. Each mare and her foal will be judged as a unit: 60% for the mare & 40% for her foal. 3. Mares and foals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in either the Irish Sport Horse stud book as Approved, Preliminary Approved, Supplementary Approved, Recognised, Preliminary Recognised, Not Approved 1, (NA1) or a stallion that is classified in the Irish Draught stud book as Class/Class 2 RID (GB)/RID(CAN)/Grade 2 GB 4. The class is open to Weatherby's Registered Animals Progeny of Weatherby's Thoroughbred Stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as Not Approved 2 (NA2) 5.

The mare's passport will be inspected before judging commences. Exhibitors failing to produce a passport will be debarred from competing.

6. Qualified mares may not compete in other classes at Iverk Show. 7. Foals are eligible to compete in the foal classes at Iverk Show. 8. Foals must be led at all times. 9. These rules must be read in conjunction with the ISA rules and Iverk Show rules. Prizes: Champion €1000, 2nd €600, 3rd €400, 4th €300, 5th €200, 6th €150, 7th to end €120. Entry fee to qualifying show €10, entry fee to final €20. An extra prize of €100 will be awarded to the highest placed mare six years old & younger.

FINAL: IVERK SHOW SATURDAY 25TH AUGUST 2018 Entry fee of €10 Class 24: BROODMARE BROODMARE other than thoroughbred calculated to produce a Hunter.

Confined to stinted mares that have not produced a living foal in 2018. Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €80, 2nd - €50, 3rd - €30 Class 25: BEST FILLY FOAL LIKELY TO BECOME A HIGH CLASS HUNTER Entry fee of €10 Prizes: 1st - €40, 2nd - €30, 3rd - €20 Gorey Agricultural Show — Class Structure & Schedule