7th Annual Show Schedule - Saturday 24th November 2017

 
7th Annual Show Schedule - Saturday 24th November 2017
7th Annual Show Schedule
        Saturday 24th November 2017
           Waimate Show Grounds
      Extra Schedules, entry forms and trade space applications
Available from the Show Manager Reto Oswald at info@scshow.co.nz

   For all Entry/Competitor Enquiries contact the Event Secretary
  Katrina Kelly 1686 Weston Ngapara Road, RD4C, Oamaru,9491
                   Email: southcantap@gmail.com

      ENTER ONLINE AT SHOWDAY.ONLINE

    Entries Close 10th November 2017
         Unless Stated Otherwise

   LATE ENTRIES WILL INCUR A $20 LATE ENTRY FEE
OFFICERS OF THE SOUTHERN CANTERBURY A & P ASSN
             PATRONS: J Andrews, M Studholme, M Coles, C Ruddenklau, J Goodhew & J Deans
                               IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT: Dan Studholme
                                           PRESIDENT: James Davis
               SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT: T Merthens          JUNIOR VICE PRESIDENT: J Merthens
                          TREASURER: K Crombie             MANAGER: Reto Oswald
                                      SHOW SECRETARY: Katrina Kelly
              GENERAL COMMITTEE: J Neave, T Douglass, I Gould, M Chamberlain, I Jackson,
     J Johnson, R Laplanche. P Bailey, J & I van Neuren, P Harrison, D Morgan, C Pankhurst, H Wigley, N
                   Ruddenklau, J Guy, D McCulloch, W Sheddan, C Medlicott, J Merthens,
                                               J Davies, A Smith
                       JUDICIAL COMMITTEE: Jane Neave, Tim Douglass, James Davis
               HONORARY VETERINARY SURGEONS Waimate Veterinary Services 036897213

    NO EXHIBITOR’S PASS IF ENTRY FEE IS LESS THAN $7
                GATE ENTRY $10 ADULT
             CHILDREN UNDER 15 ARE FREE
Special general cups and prizes
AJ Hoskins Challenge Cup is awarded for the exhibitor gaining most points in the following
sections: Sheep, Sheep Dog Trials, Cattle and Horses. Points allocated as follows: 1st prize 3,
2nd prize 2, 3rd prize 1, Champion 3, Reserve Champion 2.
BF Mercer Challenge Cup for most points in Spinners & Weavers, Pottery, Photography and
Art Sections.
Violet Mercer Cup: awarded for most points in children's classes including pupils cooking.
The Shetland Challenge Salver donated by Voe and District Agricultural Society Shetland
awarded to the child under 16 years of age who has gained the most points overall in the show
Waimate A&P Association Challenge Trophy for Best Trade Exhibit plus sash donated by
Quality Presentations, Palmerston North
Arthur Robertson Memorial Challenge Trophy awarded for Most Outstanding Stall in Market
Lane.

ALL CUPS WON AT SOUTHERN CANTERBURY A&P NEED TO BE
SIGNED FOR AT THE SECRETARYS OFFICE BEFORE TAKING
THEM FROM THE GROUNDS. THANK YOU
SHEEP
Conditions and regulations: All sheep must be penned and ready for judging by 9.00am and no stock to be removed from the
yards until after 4.30pm on the day of the show. All sheep in the purebred classes must be from a registered flock. In all
cases with lamb/s at foot, lamb/s to be taken into consideration.
Names of breeder of purebred sheep and date of shearing must be given at time of entry.
No sheep may be exhibited in more than one class, except in classes for special prizes with special entry.
Sheep in natural condition are eligible for entry as such in all classes in the schedule but must comply with the following
conditions:
1 That the sheep have not been housed, rugged or covered at any time or in any way
2 That the wool has not been trimmed in any way sinceshearing, except crutching or dagging
3 That there has not been any colouring, oiling or locking, except dipping
4 If any sheep are delivered to the showgrounds suffering from footrot, or are suspected by any inspector to be suffering from
footrot or any similar infection, those sheep, and all others belonging to the same vendor will be disqualified from the show and
sent home
5 Brucellosis: all sheep entered in the Association's show must be from an accredited brucellosis free flock or blood tested
negative. Copy of certificate must accompany entries.
6 Unless otherwise stated all wool/dual purpose wool Breed sheep In the shorn classes must be machine shorn on or after 20
July in the current year and no later than days before the date of the show. All shorn terminal (meat) breed sheep classes to be
close, evenly and fairly machine shorn on or after 1 September 2017.
Entry fee: Members $4, Non members $7
Prizes: Unless otherwise specified, prizes in all classes will be $6, $4 and $2 respectively.
Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons will be given with Champion and Reserve Champion All Breeds judged at
approximately 1.30pm.
                                 Supreme Champion Ram Hogget, Down Breeds
                                 Supreme Champion Ram Hogget, Wool Breeds
                                  Supreme Champion All Breeds Ewe Hogget
                        Romney                                       Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See
                                                                     Class 1087)
E R McConnell Challenge Trophy; Champion                             Class 1012 Ewe over 18 months (woolly or
Romney Ram Hogget                                                    shorn) with lamb/s at foot
A S Elworthy Romney Cup; most points in Romneys                      Class 1013 Ewe under 18 months
A K Askin Challenge Trophy; best pen of three                        Class 1014 Ewe under 18 months – shorn
Romney rams (class 1087)
C E. Maindonald Cup; best woolled Romney.                                              Border Leicester

Class 1001 Ram over 18 months                                        A F Ruddenklau Memorial Cup; Most points in Border
Class 1002 Ram over 18 months - shorn                                Leicester classes - to be held for one year.
                                                                     Cairnforth Trophy; The late F G Brown trophy for best pen
Class 1003 Ram under 18 months - shorn                               of three Border Leicester Flock Ram Hoggets
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See                        M D Studholme Challenge Cup; most points in Stud Border
Class 1087)                                                          Leicester Ewe.
                                                                     D M Elliott Memorial Challenge Trophy; Best Border
Class 1004 Ewe over 18 months (woolly or
                                                                     Leicester Ram Hogget.
shorn) with lamb/s at foot                                           S J Blair Challenge Trophy; Best Border Leicester Ewe
Class 1005 Ewe under 18 months                                       Hogget.
Class 1006 Ewe under 18 months – shorn                               The Border Leicester Breed Committee of the NZ
                                                                     Sheepbreeders' Association offers cash prizes of $30 for
                                                                     the Best Ram under 18 months; $20 for the best ewe,
                      Corriedale                                     under 18 months and $20 for Champion Ram. The winning
                                                                     entries must be from flocks registered with the New
                                                                     Zealand Sheepbreeders' Association. Payment of prize
Thibenzole Challenge Cup; Messrs Merck, Sharp &                      money only when there are 2 exhibitors with a minimum of
Dohme (NZ) Ltd challenge cup for the exhibitor                       3 entries
gaining most points in Corriedale Sheep.                                                   Open Classes

Class 1010 Ram over 18 months                                        Class 1020 Ram over 18 months
Class 1011 Ram 18 months or under - shorn                            Class 1021 Ram over 18 months - shorn
                                                                     Class 1022 Ram under 18 months - shorn
Class 1023 Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at
foot                                                          Class 1050 Ram over 18 months - shorn
Class 1024 Ewe under 18 months                                Class 1051 Ram under 18 months - shorn
Class 1025 Ewe under 18 months - shorn                        1Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class
BEST OPEN BL RAM UNDER 18 MONTHS                              1085)
Prize Money $30.00                                            Class 1052 Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Sponsored by NZSBA Border Leicester Breed Committee
Must have 2 exhibitors with a minimum of 3 entries
BEST OPEN BL EWE UNDER 18 MONTHS
                                                                               South Suffolk
Prize Money $20.00
Sponsored by NZSBA Border Leicester Committee                 South Suffolk Challenge Cup; the late Mr F J
Must have 2 exhibitors with a minimum of 3 entries            Henshaw for the exhibitor gaining most points in
Class 1026 Shorn ram hogget, shorn ewe hogget                 South Suffolk classes.
& woolly ewe hogget
                                                              Class 1045 Ram over 18 months - shorn
              Natural Condition Classes                       Class 1046 Ram hogget under 18 months - shorn
                                                              2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class
Class 1027 Ewe under 18 months, shorn as lamb                 1086)
Class 1028 Ram under 18 months - shorn                        Class 1047 Ewe hogget under 18 months with
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See                 lamb/s at foot
Class 1087)                                                   Class 1048 Ewe hogget shorn - under 18 months
BEST NATURAL CONDITION BORDER                                 Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class
LEICESTER RAM UNDER 18 MONTHS                                 1085)
Prize Money $30.00
Sponsored by NZSBA Border Leicester committee                                    Southdown
Must have at least 2 exhibitors with a minimum of 3 entries
Class 1029 Ewe over 18 months - shorn with
lamb/s at foot                                                Southdown Challenge Rose Bowl; W I Hay
Class 1030 Ewe under 18 months - shorn                        Challenge Trophy for the exhibitor gaining most
BEST NC EWE UNDER 18 MONTHS                                   points in Southdown Section
Prize Money $20.00
Sponsored by NZSBA Border Leicester Committee                 Class 1055 Ram over 18 months - shorn
Must have at least 2 exhibitors with a minimum of 3 entries   Class 1056 Ram under 18 months - shorn
CHAMPION BORDER LEICESTER RAM                                 2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class
Prize Money $20.00                                            1086)
Sponsored by NZSBA Border Leicester Committee                 Class 1057 Ewe under 18 months - shorn
                                                              Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class
                        Lincoln                               1085)

Class 1031 Ram over 18 months                                               South Dorset Down
Class 1032 Ram under 18 months - shorn
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See                 Class 1060 Ram over 18 months - shorn
Class 1087                                                    Class 1061 Ram under 18 months - shorn
Class 1033 Ewe over 18 months, with lamb/s at                 2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class
foot                                                          1086)
Class 1034 Ewe under 18 months - shorn                        Class 1062 Ewe under 18 months - shorn
                                                              Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class
           Merino – Horned or polled                          1085)

Class 1042 Ram over 18 months                                                    Hampshire
Class 1043 Ram under 18 months - shorn
Three flock rams under 18 months – shorn (See                 Class 1065 Ram over 18 months - shorn
Class 1087)                                                   Class 1066 Ram under 18 months – shorn
Class 1044 Ewe under 18 months                                2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class
                                                              1086)
                        Suffolk
Class 1067 Ewe under 18 months - shorn
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class                          Crossbred
1085)
                                                    Craigburn Challenge Cup: the late Alan Grant Trophy
                 Dorset Down                        to exhibitor gaining most points in this Section
                                                    Norton Francis Challenge Trophy; the Late Norton
Class 1070 Ram over 18 months - shorn               Francis Silver Cigar Box for winner of class 1088
Class 1071 Ram under 18 months – shorn
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class     Class 1088 Three ewes under 18 months, any
1086)                                               breed or cross suitable for breeding export
Class 1072 Ewe under 18 months - shorn              Class 1089 One Ewe with lamb/s at foot; lamb/s
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class   to be taken into consideration
1085)
                                                                           Gift Lamb
                   Poll Dorset
                                                    Entry Free. Prizes: 1st $6; 2nd $4; 3rd $$2.
Class 1075 Ram over 18 months - shorn               NZ Refrigerating Co Ltd, Prime Lamb Challenge
Class 1076 Ram under 18 months - shorn              Cup; Winner of this Section.
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class
1086)                                               Class 1095 Gift lamb most suitable for export
Class 1077 Ewe under 18 months - shorn              Lambs to be exhibited at show where they will be
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class   judged on the hoof (registered sheep not eligible)
1085)
                                                                     Black & Coloured
                      Texel
                                                    Conditions and regulations: BRUCELLOSIS: All sheep
Class 1080 Ram over 18 months - shorn               entered in this Association Show must be from an
Class 1081 Ram under 18 months – shorn              accredited Brucellosis free flock, or blood tested negative.
                                                    Copy of certificate must accompany entries. All natural
2 Flock rams under 18 months – shorn (see Class     condition and shorn after 1 July last
1086)
Class 1082 Ewe under 18 months - shorn                                 Natural Condition
Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at foot (see class
1085)                                               Class 1096 Ram over 18 months
SUPREME CHAMPION RAM HOGGET DOWN                    Class 1097 Ram under 18 months
BREEDS                                              Class 1098 Ewe over 18 months with lamb/s at
SUPREME CHAMPION RAM HOGGET, WOOL                   foot
BREEDS                                              Class 1099 Ewe under 18 months
SUPREME CHAMPION ALL BREEDS EWE                     Class 1100 Wether – any age
HOGGET                                              Class 1101 Woolly Ewe with lamb/s at foot
                                                    Class 1102 Woolly Ewe Hogget under 18 months,
              Interbreed Classes                    fine or strong - shorn as a lamb
                                                    CHAMPION B & C RAM
Natural Condition Classes                           RESERVE CHAMPION B&C RAM
                                                    CHAMPION B&C EWE
Class 1085 Essential Nutrition - Meat breed ewe     CHAMPION B&C EWE
over 18 months with lamb/s at foot                  SUPREME CHAMPION BLACK & COLOURED
Class 1086 ANZCO Two sires under 18 months          SHEEP
of one breed most suited
Prizes: 1st $60; 2nd $45; 3rd $30; 4th $15.
Class 1087 Three rams of any breed or
description suitable for breeding replacements
Class 1122 Adult Merino ewe/wether, 16.1 - 18
Children’s Pets lambs, sheep & kid goats                         micron
                                                                 Class 1123 Adult Merino ewe/wether, 18.1 micron
POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED; judged at 10am                            & over
Conditions and regulations: Exhibits must be penned prior        Class 1124 Merino ram
to this time and ready for judging. Entrant MUST LEAD            Class 1125 Corriedale or halfbred hogget under
HIS OR HER OWN ENTRY and take part in the Grand                  26 micron
Parade.
Sponsored by Hazlett Rural Ltd. Entry fee; $2.00 Prize           Class 1126 Corriedale or halfbred hogget over 26
money; 1st $13, 2nd $10, 3rd $7.50, 4th $5                       micron
Ribbons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd will be given in each class.        Class 1127 Corriedale or halfbred ewe/wether
                                                                 under 27micron
Class 1110 Best pet sheep over 12 months (any
                                                                 Class 1128 Corrieddale or halfbred ewe/wether
breed)
                                                                 over 27micron
Class 1111 Pet lamb - children 6 years and under
                                                                 Class 1129 Strong hogget fleece - shorn as
Class 1112 Pet lamb - children 7 years to 9 years
                                                                 lambs after January 1 last.
Class 1113 Pet lamb - children 10 years and over
                                                                 Class 1130 Strong crossbred ewe or wether
Class 1114 Best kid pet goat (all breeds)
                                                                 Class 1131 Strong crossbred hogget
CHAMPION RIBBONS for pet lamb, pet sheep and
                                                                 Class 1132 5Kg of six month second shear blend
pet goat will be awarded.
                                                                 (any breed)
SUPREME CHAMPION PET
                                                                 Class 1133 5kg of eight month second shear
Prize Money $50.00
                                                                 blend (any breed)
                                                                 Class 1134 Strong Cross Breed Ram
                          WOOL                                   CHAMPION FINE WOOL FLEECES
                                                                 RESERVE CHAMPION FINE WOOL FLEECES
Conditions and regulations:
                                                                 CHAMPION CROSSBRED FLEECES
Entries close Friday 10 November (applies to this section        RESERVE CHAMPION CROSSBRED FLEECES
only) and all exhibits to be in by 5pm Wednesday 22nd            SUPREME CHAMPION FINE/CROSSBRED
November to PGG Waimate or can be dropped off at                 FLEECE
showgrounds before 10am on Friday 24th November
Unless stipulated on entry form all fleeces in the Natural
section will be kindly gifted to the A&P.                                      Black & Coloured Section
Fleeces may be left or sent to PGG, Waimate prior to the
show.                                                            JUDGE: Jackie Donald NZM Company
Please ensure that each fleece is put in its own bag or          Judging 11am
wrapped properly. Ensure it is labelled with exhibitor's         Can all exhibitors please put their name with their fleeces
name, address and class number.                                  please
Fleeces to be judged on quality, character, colour and
                                                                 Class 1135 Fine ewe or wether, 52s or finer
weight of fleece. Only wool off sheep in the current season
eligible for competition. Fleeces must be skirted sufficiently   Class 1136 Strong ewe or wether, 50s and
No entry fee for Natural Section. Coloured Section Entry         stronger
Fee Members $1, non members $2.                                  Class 1137 Fine hogget, 54s and finer
Prizes in each class: 1st $4, 2nd $3, 3rd $1.
Ardenlea Challenge Rose Bowl; The late Mr I H C McNeill          Class 1138 Strong hogget, 52s and stronger
Cup for most points gained by competitors from the               CHAMPION FLEECE
Waimate District.                                                RESERVE CHAMPION FLEECE
N A Rattray Challenge Cup; re-donated by the Neal
family for most points in Crossbred Wool Classes.
CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION FINE WOOL
FLEECES.
CHAMPION & RESERVE CROSSBRED FLEECES
SUPREME CHAMPION FINE/CROSSBRED FLEECE

                     Natural Section

JUDGE: Jackie Donald NZM Company
Class 1119 Merino hogget 16 micron and under
Class 1120 Merino hogget - 16.1 micron and over
Class 1121 Adult Merino ewe or wether - 16
micron and under
Class 1142 Kidded doe in milk over 3 years and
                                                             under 5 years
     DRIVE AND YARD SHEEP                                    Class 1143 Kidded doe in milk 5 years and over
                                                             CHAMPION DOE
          DOG TRIALS                                         To be selected from the first prize winners in 1149,
                                                             1150 and 1151.
SPONSORED BY TRANSPORT WAIMATE LTD                           RESERVE CHAMPION DOE
Saturday; post entries will not be accepted
Conditions and regulations:                                  The second prize winner in the class from which the
1 Person to take charge of sheep at a peg and drive          Champion Doe was selected to be paraded with
through a set of hurdles, then through a prearranged         other prize winner.
course.
                                                             Class 1144 Grand Champion Standard Age
2 Competitor must follow sheep through obstacle.
3 Person to hold gate when yarding.                          CHAMPION CHALLENGE – Sponsored by SC
4 Order of running to be drawn, but the committee            Dairy Goat Club.
reserves the right to alter this if circumstances warrant
5 Any matter not provided for in these conditions and not
governed by the rules of the Association, shall be decided                      Special Classes
by the Stewards in charge, whose decision shall be final
Time allowed: 9 minutes. Points Obtainable: Each drive       ALL ANIMALS ENTERED IN THIS SECTION MUST
10, each obstacle 10, work at yard 20, pen 10: Total 100     BE ENTERED IN THEIR STANDARD AGE CLASS.
Ribbons for 1st to 4th in both classes
Entry fee: Maiden Dog - $5 (covers both classes)
Open Dog - $5                                                Class 1145 Best Udder
                                                             Open to all does who have borne a kid. To be
     Drive & Yard Sheep Dog Trials                           judged when full and again when stripped out. Points
   Sponsored by Transport Waimte Ltd                         awarded for both full and empty udder to be totalled
                                                             to determine the prize winners (does must be finally
Class 174 Maiden; for dogs which have not won                stripped prior to entering the ring for second part)
an open Maiden Trial.
Winner to hold The late Arthur Baikie Trophy for one year.   Class 1146 Dam and Daughter in milk
1st $40, 2nd $25, 3rd & 4th $15                              Dam and one or more daughters to be judged on the
Class 175 Open                                               doe's worth as a breeding matron. At least the
Winner to hold Waimate Collie Dog Trial Club Challenge       daughter's to be bred and owned by the exhibitor.
Cup for 12 months.
1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20, 4th $15
                                                             Class 1147 Senior Progeny
                                                             Two daughters in milk of same sire but different
                                                             dams. The names of the sire and dams to be given
                      GOATS                                  on the entry form.
                                                             Class 1148 Junior Showmanship
                     Dairy Goats                             For young person’s 15 years of age and under; to be
                                                             judged on exhibitor's ability to lead, place, turn, stop
Conditions and regulations:                                  and start their goat. Show preparation and
All goats must be penned by 9.45am ready for                 appearance of both exhibitor and goat to be taken
judging which will commence at 10.00am                       into account. Exhibitor's age to be included on entry
The rules of the Royal Agricultural Society for              form.
exhibiting dairy goats shall apply (plus any local rules     Class 1149 Junior Herdsperson
as each A&P Association may wish to apply)                   Exhibitors 15 - 25 years showing an adult goat.
Exhibitors must provide full name, registered or             Judged on presentation and knowledge of the
recorded number of each exhibit, and date of birth, in       anatomy of the goat, also handling and health of the
addition to the information required on the entry            adult goat. Goat does not have to belong to the
forms.                                                       exhibitor.
Entry Fee: Members $3; Non Members $5
Prizemoney: 1st $5; 2nd $4; 3rd $3.                            STANDARD AGE GOATLING & KID CLASSES

                Standard Age Classes                         Class 1150 Maiden Doe or Goatling
                                                             Over 12 months and under 30 months that has not
Class 1141 Kidded doe in milk 3 years and under              borne a kid, including maiden milkers and springing
                                                             does
Class 1151 Maiden Doe Kid                                       outstanding entry in Beef Breed; winner to have name
CHAMPION JUNIOR DOE                                             engraved on trophy and hold for 12 months.
To be selected from Classes 1160 and 1161                       Entry fee: Members $3, non members $5
inclusive.                                                      Prizes: 1st $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3
RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR DOE
                                                                                   Dairy Cattle
     HERD REGISTER STANDARD AGE BUCK
                 CLASSES                                                                Friesian

Class 1152 Buck Kid under 12 months                             Class 1550 Heifer calf born since 1st June last
Class 1153 Buckling over 12 months and under 2                  Class 1551 Bull calf born since 1st June last
years                                                           Class 1552 Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years
Class 1154 Buck 2 years and over                                Class 1553 Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years
CHAMPION BUCK                                                   Class 1554 Cow any age
To be selected from Classes 1163 and 1164                       CHAMPION HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN
inclusive                                                       RESERVE CHAMPION HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN
RESERVE CHAMPION BUCK
Class 1155 Grand Champion Standard Age                                                  Jersey
CHAMPION CHALLENGE BUCK
Sponsored by SC Dairy Goat Club                                 Class 1555 Heifer born since 1st June 2015
                                                                Class 1556 Bull calf born since 1st June last
             UNREGISTERED CLASSES                               Class 1557 Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years
                                                                Class 1558 Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years
Class 1156 Doe in milk                                          Class 1559 Cow any age
Class 1157 Goatling 12 months and under 30                      CHAMPION JERSEY
months                                                          RESERVE CHAMPION JERSEY
Class 1158 Doe Kid 1 month to 12 months.
                                                                                   Any other breed
    DAIRY AND BEEF CATTLE
                                                                Class 1562 Heifer calf born since 1st June last
NAIT NUMBER: 696975                                             Class 1563 Bull calf born since 1st June last
Conditions and regulations: Cattle must be on the grounds       Class 1564 Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years
by 10am and judging to commence 11am. No exhibit will           Class 1565 Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years
be allowed to go into competition after 11am without the
permission of the committee. No exhibit will be allowed to
                                                                Class 1566 Cow any age
go into competition after keeping judges waiting ten            CHAMPION OTHER BREEDS
minutes. The date of birth of all cattle must be stated at      RESERVE CHAMPION OTHER BREEDS
time of entry.
TB: All cattle, including yearlings, entered for showing
must be from a TB accredited herd. A TB test certificate,                          ALL BREEDS
dated within 6 months prior to the last day of the show
must accompany entry forms, or be received by the
                                                                Class 1571 Heifer calf born since 1st June last
Secretary at least seven days before the show.
All cattle will require the NAIT approved RFID tag. It is the   Class 1572 Bull calf born since 1st June last
livestock exhibitors responsibility to record all animal        Class 1573 Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years
movements with NAIT 48 hours prior to leaving the               Class 1575 Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years
farm/property for the Show and then within 48 hours of
returning to the farm/property from the Show.                   Class 1576 Dairy cow in milk
NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED WITHOUT DOCUMENTS                           SUPREME CHAMPION ALL BREEDS DAIRY
Stock exhibited in Purebred Class must be eligible to be        ANIMAL
registered                                                      RESERVE CHAMPION ALL BREEDS DAIRY
All Dairy Bulls twelve months and over must be rung and
under adequate supervision. All Dairy Bulls two years and       ANIMAL
over must have two leaders. All placed animals must enter
the Grand Parade The assistance of all Stewards in Cattle                Beef Cattle – Beef Breeds –
Section would be appreciated in assembling cattle for the
Grand Parade and loading cattle after the show.
Pentland Hills Challenge Cup: most points in Hereford           Class 1579 Heifer calf born since 1st June last
Cattle. Winner to have name engraved on trophy and hold         Class 1580 Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years
for 12 months.The Turton Challenge Trophy: most
                                                                Class 1581 Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years
Class 1582 Pair of yearling heifers (group)                        5. All exhibitors or handlers must place their animals in the
Class 1583 Cow any age                                             pens allotted by the Convener
                                                                   6. No animal shall be removed from the show prior to the
Class 1584 Bull calf born since 1st June last                      completion of the Grand Parade without the permission
Class 1585 Bull, 1 year and under 2 years                          of the Chief Steward.
Class 1586 Bull, 2 years and over
CHAMPION BEEF BREED                                                          CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES
RESERVE CHAMPION BEEF BREED

                       Pet Calves                                       SURI BREED CLASSES SPONSORED BY
                                                                               FAIRHAVEN ALPACAS
FOR COMPETITORS 16 YEARS AND YOUNGER
Any breed of dairy or beef calf is allowed                         Class 1604 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12
Age of calf from 1st June 2017
POST ENTRIES ACCEPTED JUDGED AT 11.30AM
                                                                   mths White
Conditions and regulations: The committee reserves the             Class 1605 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12
right to combine classes if there are insufficient entries         mths Light Fawn
Entry fee: $1 Prizes: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $5                     Class 1606 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12
Champion $30 & Reserve Champion $20
KAILEY DAIRIES SPONSORS $100 for CHAMPION AND                      mths Mid/dark Fawn
RESERVE PET CALF IN BOTH SECTIONS                                  Class 1607 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12
Class 1598 Best Led Calf 10 years and under                        mths Brown
Class 1599 Care, Condition and Grooming 10                         Class 1608 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12
years and under                                                    mths Grey/roan
Class 1600 Best Knowledge 10 years and under                       Class 1609 Junior Female Suri 6 & under 12
CHAMPION PET CALF 10 years and under                               mths Black
RESERVE PET CALF 10 years and under                                CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE SURI
                                                                   RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE SURI
Class 1601 Best Led Calf 11 years and over                         Class 1610 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths
Class 1602 Care Condition and Grooming 11                          White
years and over                                                     Class 1611 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths
Class 1603 Best Knowledge 11 years and over                        Light Fawn
CHAMPION PET CALF 11 YEARS and OVER                                Class 1612 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths
RESERVE PET CALF 11 YEARS and OVER                                 Mid/Dark Fawn
SUPREME CHAMPION PET CALF                                          Class 1613 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths
                                                                   Brown
                     ALPACAS                                       Class 1614 Junior Male Suri 6 & Under 12 mths
                                                                   Grey/roan
                                                                   Class 1615 Junior Male Suri 6 & under 12 mths
SPONSORED BY OTAIO BRIDGE ALPACAS and
TIMARU HIRE                                                        Black
                                                                   CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE SURI
JUDGE:                                                             RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE SURI
Entry Fees Members Southern Canterbury A & P $6; non
members $8. No entry fee for some special classes.
                                                                   Class 1616 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
Entries close 10th November. All Alpacas to be penned by           24 mths White
9.15am with judging to commence at 9.30 am.                        Class 1617 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
This show is run under the Rules and Regulations of AANZ           24 mths Light Fawn
Conditions of Entry:
1. All animals must belong to a clear TB herd where whole          Class 1618 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
herd testing is performed in accordance with the AANZ              24 mths Mid/Dark Fawn
voluntary TB scheme. Copies of current TB certificates to          Class 1619 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
be
                                                                   24 mths Brown
enclosed with entry forms.
2. All alpacas entered in Championship Classes must be             Class 1620 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
registered with the IAR and carry a brass ear tag displaying       24 mths Grey/roan
its corresponding IAR number. Copies of registration               Class 1621 Intermediate Female Suri 12 & under
certificates are not required to be enclosed with the entry
forms. Please note that A1 forms are not acceptable                24 mths Black
3. The exhibitor is the owner(s) listed on the alpaca's            CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE FEMALE SURI
registration certificate. In the case of a registered lease, the   RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE FEMALE
lessee is deemed the owner.
                                                                   SURI
4. The age of the alpaca is its age on the day of the show.
Class 1622 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24   Class 1642 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12
mths White                                        mths Mid/Dark Fawn
Class 1623 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24   Class 1643 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12
mths Light Fawn                                   mths Brown
Class 1624 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24   Class 1644 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12
mths Mid/Dark Fawn                                mths Grey/roan
Class 1625 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24   Class 1645 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12
mths Brown                                        mths Black
Class 1626 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24   CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE HUACAYA
mths Grey/roan                                    RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR FEMALE
Class 1627 Intermediate Male Suri 12 & under 24   HUACAYA
mths Black                                        Class 1646 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12
CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE SURI                   mths White
RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE                Class 1647 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12
SURI                                              mths Light Fawn
Class 1628 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over      Class 1648 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12
White                                             mths Mid/Dark Fawn
Class 1629 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over      Class 1649 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12
Light Fawn                                        mths Brown
Class 1630 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over      Class 1650 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12
Mid/Dark Fawn                                     mths Grey/roan
Class 1631 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over      Class 1651 Junior Male Huacaya 6 & under 12
Brown                                             mths Black
Class 1632 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over      CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA
Grey/roan                                         RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR MALE HUACAYA
Class 1633 Senior Female Suri 24 mths & over      Class 1652 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
Black                                             under 24 mths White
CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE SURI                       Class 1653 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE SURI               under 24 mths Light Fawn
Class 1634 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over,       Class 1654 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
White                                             under 24 mths Mid/dark Fawn
Class 1635 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over,       Class 1655 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
Light Fawn                                        under 24 mths Brown
Class 1636 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over        Class 1656 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
Mid/Dark Fawn                                     under 24 mths Grey/roan
Class 1637 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over        Class 1657 Intermediate Female Huacaya 12 &
Brown                                             under 24 mths Black
Class 1638 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over        CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE FEMALE HUACAYA
Grey/roan                                         RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE FEMALE
Class 1639 Senior Male Suri 24 mths & over        HUACAYA
Black                                             Class 1658 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
CHAMPION SENIOR MALE SURI                         under 24mths White
RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR MALE SURI                 Class 1659 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
SUPREME CHAMPION SURI                             under 24 mths Light Fawn
Erik van Schreven Memorial Trophy for Supreme     Class 1660 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
Suri                                              under 24 mths Mid/Dark Fawn
                                                  Class 1661 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
          HUACAYA BREED CLASSES                   under 24 mths Brown
                                                  Class 1662 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
Class 1640 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12     under 24 mths Grey/roan
mths White                                        Class 1663 Intermediate Male Huacaya 12 &
Class 1641 Junior Female Huacaya 6 & under 12     under 24 mths Black
mths Light Fawn                                   CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE HUACAYA
RESERVE CHAMPION INTERMEDIATE MALE                    Class 1680 Fancy Male Suri Intermediate 12 &
HUACAYA                                               under 24 mths
Class 1664 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths &            Class 1681 Fancy Male Suri Senior 24 mths &
over White                                            over
Class 1665 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths &            BEST FANCY MALE SURI
over Light Fawn                                       PREMIER FANCY SURI
Class 1666 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths &            Class 1682 Fancy Female Huacaya Junior 6 &
over Mid/Dark Fawn                                    under 12 mths
Class 1667 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths &            Class 1683 Fancy Female Huacaya Intermediate
over Brown                                            12 & under 24 mths
Class 1668 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths &            Class 1684 Fancy Female Huacaya Senior 24
over Grey/roan                                        mths & over
Class 1669 Senior Female Huacaya 24 mths &            BEST FANCY FEMALE HUACAYA
over Black                                            Class 1685 Fancy Male Huacaya Junior 6 &
CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE HUACAYA                        under 12 mths
RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR FEMALE                        Class 1686 Fancy Male Huacaya Intermediate 12
HUACAYA                                               & under 24 mths
Class 1670 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over         Class 1687 Fancy Male Huacaya Senior 24 mths
White                                                 & over
Class 1671 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over         BEST FANCY MALE HUACAYA.
Light Fawn                                            PREMIER FANCY HUACAYA
Class 1672 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over         NZ Summerhill Alpacas Perpetual Trophy for
Mid/Dark Fawn                                         Premier.
Class 1673 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over
Brown                                                        Non Championship Wether Classes
Class 1674 Senior Male Huacaya 24 mths & over
Grey/roan                                             May be unregistered, must not be entire. Entry on
Class 1675 Senior Male Huacaya 24 months &            the forms provided. Entry Fee applies.
over Black
CHAMPION SENIOR MALE HUACAYA                          Class 1688 Wether Suri 6 months and over
RESERVE CHAMPION SENIOR MALE HUACAYA                  classes may be further split into age groups should
SUPREME CHAMPION HUACAYA                              entries permit.
The Murray Bruce Perpetual Trophy for Supreme         Class 1689 Wether Huacaya 6 months and over
Huacaya Fancy Huacaya                                 classes may be further split into age groups should
                                                      entries permit.
     NON CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES
                                                                    SPECIAL CLASSES

       Non Championship Fancy Classes                 To be entered on the day – No Entry Fee

The following classes are for entire males and        Class 1690 Get of Dam (Suri)
females and must be registered. Entries on the form   This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the
provided. Entry Fees apply.                           same dam. The dam is not shown. Progeny are
                                                      shown in groups of two and can be of mixed sex, age
Class 1676 Fancy Female Suri Junior 6 & under         and colour but must have been shown in their
12 mths                                               respective Championship classes at the same show.
Class 1677 Fancy Female Suri Intermediate 12 &        Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors.
under 24 mths                                         Class 1691 Get of Dam (Huacaya)
Class 1678 Fancy Female Suri Senior 24 mths &         This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the
over                                                  same dam. The dam is not shown. Progeny are
BEST FANCY FEMALE SURI                                shown in groups of two and can be of mixed sex, age
Class 1679 Fancy Male Suri Junior 6 & under 12        and colour but must have been shown in their
mths                                                  respective Championship classes at the same show.
                                                      Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors.
Class 1692 Sires Progeny (Suri)                             Class 2066 Old English game bantams, all
This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the        varieties, male
same sire. The sire is not shown. Progeny are               Class 2067 Old English game bantams, all
shown in groups of two and can be of mixed sex, age         varieties, female
and colour but must have been shown in their                Class 2068 Fancy bantams, all varieties, male
respective Championship classes at the same show.           Class 2069 Fancy bantams, all varieties, female
Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors.               Class 2070 Ducks, all varieties, male
Class 1693 Sires Progeny (Huacaya)                          Class 2071 Ducks, all varieties, female
This class is for the exhibiting of progeny from the        Class 2072 Fancy pigeons, all varieties, male
same sire. The sire is not shown. Progeny are               Class 2073 Fancy pigeons, all varieties, female
shown in groups of two and can be of mixed sex, age         Class 2074 Homer pigeons, all varieties, male
and colour but must have been shown in their                Class 2075 Homer pigeons, all varieties, female
respective Championship classes at the same show.           Class 2076 Canaries, all varieties, male
Progeny can be owned by different exhibitors.               Class 2077 Canaries, all varieties, female
Class 1694 Child Handler (5-10 years inclusive)             Class 2078 Budgerigars, all varieties, male
to be judged on handling ability and knowledge              Class 2079 Budgerigars, all varieties, female
Class 1695 Junior Handler (11-16 years                      Class 2080 Finch, all varieties, male
inclusive) to be judged on handling ability and             Class 2081 Finch, all varieties, female
knowledge                                                   Class 2082 Any British bird, male
                                                            Class 2083 Any British bird, female
                                                            Class 2084 Hook beak, all varieties, male
                    POULTRY                                 Class 2085 Hook beak, all varieties, female
                                                            Class 2086 Cage Bird, children's, male
Saturday - judging commences at 10am
Conditions and regulations:: Penning by 9.30am on           Class 2087 Cage Bird, children's, female
Saturday; debenching at conclusion of Show approx 4pm       Class 2088 Poultry, children's, all varieties,
Entry fee: $1 Prizes: 1st $3, 2nd $2, 3rd $1                female
South Island Poultry Pigeon & Cage Bird Assn donates        Class 2089 Poultry, children's, all varieties, male
$10 and a certificate to the Grand Champion
Rosettes will be awarded to best in each section; poultry   Class 2090 Bantam, children's, all varieties, male
Southern Canterbury A&P Supreme Champion Poultry            Class 2091 Bantam, children's, all varieties,
Exhibit will also be awarded.                               female
                                                            Class 2092 Pigeon, children's, all varieties, male
                        Poultry                             Class 2093 Pigeon, children's, all varieties,
                                                            female
Class 2060    Game Poultry, all varieties, male             Class 2094 Duck, children's, all varieties, male
Class 2061    Game Poultry, all varieties, female           Class 2095 Duck, childrens, all varieties, female
Class 2062    Heavy Poultry, all varieties, male            Class 2096 Any British Bird, Male
Class 2063    Heavy Poultry, all varieties, female          Class 2097 Any British Bird, Female
Class 2064    Light Poultry, all varieties, male            Class 2098 Hook beak, all varieties, male
Class 2065    Light Poultry, all varieties, female          Class 2099 Hook beak, all varieties, female
HORSES AND PONIES

                                                         REGULATIONS

RESPONSIBILITY
1 All exhibits shall be at the sole risk of the owner or exhibitor and the Association shall not under any circumstances be
responsible for loss, damage, misdelivery, detention or delay of exhibits.
2 The Association will not be responsible for any accident, loss or damage that may be caused or suffered by any exhibit or which
may be caused directly or indirectly by another exhibit, notwithstanding any alleged negligence on the part of any officer or servant
of the Association and it shall be a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Association indemnified against any claim in
respect of any accident, loss or damage caused by an exhibit of such exhibitors.
3 It is the Association's policy to see that all due care is taken to protect property, and to protect and to keep in efficient order its
own property and to make provision for the protection of the property of others, but the Association shall not be liable to any
person in case of loss or damage by reason of any defect, accident, negligence or neglect howsoever arising.
4 The Association shall not be responsible for any loss or damage caused through (interalia) disease or infection howsoever arising.
5 All exhibitors are reminded that they are responsible for the care and control of their exhibits at all times.
6 All persons attending the show do so at their own risk and no claim shall be made against the Association in respect of any loss or
injury by reason of any act or omission whether negligent or otherwise on the part of the Association or of any employee of the
Association or on the part of any other person.
7 The entry and participation in competition signifies acceptance of all conditions of the Show.
8 The Association reserves the right to alter or amend any classes it deems necessary.
HATS AND SAFETY HELMETS
All riders including harness drivers, competing at RAS affiliated A&P show/events must wear protectiv headgear . Hats/Helmets
must conform with one of the current approved safety standards. These standards may be subject to change with the latest list can
be found at http://www.ras.org.nz – equestrian RAS will advise any changes vai their website and facebook. All helmets must have
a red official tag.
ARREARS – No person who is in arrears with regard to entry fees, subscriptions, or any other show charge is eligible to compete at
any affiliated Show. Proof of payment will be required before any restriction is lifted.
INFRINGEMENT OF REGULATIONS
Exhibitors and competitors infringing any of these regulations shall be dealt with as may be decided by the Committee, whose
decision shall be final
HORSE – ELIGIBILITY
A horse may be entered for all classes for which it is eligible but the applicant takes upon himself or herself the responsibility of
being shut out of one class should it so happen that the other classes are being judged at the same time. Horses competing in Cob
classes are not eligible for pony classes and vice versa.
REFUNDS
When a rider and/or horse are unable to compete 75% of the entry fee will be refunded provided a veterinary and/or Doctor's
Certificate is presented to the Secretary which states the rider and/or horse/pony were unfit to compete at the Show.
FORBIDDEN SUBSTANCE TESTING
The Rules of the Royal A&P Society NZ in regard to Forbidden Substances apply. Competitors are advised that tests for forbidden
substances may be carried out during the show and that testing of all animals is at the person responsible's risk.
Forbidden Substance – Any substance capable of affecting the speed, stamina, courage or conduct of a horse, pony, donkey or mule
by its action upon the central or peripheral nervous system or the cardio-vascular, respiratory, alimentary, digestive, muscoskeletal
or urogenital systems.
CLASSES - Where classes are restricted to "District Competitions" districts shall be deemed to be the whole of South
Canterbury.
Where sex is not mentioned classes are open to mares and geldings.
NOVICE CLASSIFICATION CDE 6: A novice exhibit or rider is one that has yet to win six (6) classes in any division within the
competitions provided at any A&P show/event. Note: To clarify further, at time of first day of the show/event
competition, if you have won 0,1 or 2 wins you can enter the 0-2 wins class, if you have 0,1,2 or 3 wins you can enter the 0-
3 wins class, if you have 0,1,2,3,4 or 5 wins you can enter the 0-5 wins class. Once you have acheived 6 wins in
Conformation (and this includes Ladies or Gents classes) and/or Paced and Mannered classes, you can no longer enter in
Novice classes in that catergory. All wins, whether they be novice or open, at all affiliated RAS shows/events including HOY
show must be recorded on the RAS certificate and/or performance card, until six wins is acheived.
 HORSE/PONY MEASURING WILL BE AVAILABLE FRIDAY FROM 4.30PM TO 5.30PM.
PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE A CURRENT HEIGHT CERTIFICATE. HEIGHT CERTIFICATE/PERFORMANCE CARDS MUST BE CARRIED
AT ALL TIMES.
A RAS Life Certificate will be accepted.
STALLIONS: CDE14: All Stallions and colts (with the exception of Miniature Horses and foals) must be shown in a bit. A steward
will order any stallion/colt considered out of control or to be causing undue disquiet to other horses from the ring without
recourse from the stallion/colt's owner/exhibitor/competitor. It is compulsory for all stallions and colts, except foals, to wear
two (2) official "S" identification badges, one attached to each side of the bridle, at all shows/Events at all times. The
rider/handler must also wear two RAS official (2) armbands (one of each arm) when in the ring. "S" badges to be purchased
from RAS Head office or ESNZ; armbands from RAS Head Office. Handlers and Riders of Stallions/colts MUST wear an approved
Hi Viz vest at Shows/Events when outside the showing ring. Vests can be purchased from RAS Head Office.
No ridden stallions in ridden flat classes, including Round the Ring jumping
AGE all horses entered where age is specified, to be foaled on or after 1 August.
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Rider/Handlers age and eligibility is determined as per the 1 August i.e. Riders/handlers who are of age for any
division/section on the 1 August complete the show year/season in that division/section
BREEDER The owner of the dam at the time of mating will be considered the breeder.
NUMBERS Each horse or pony will have only one number for the Show. Number carriers optional.
LOOSE BOXES & YARDS COST PER EVENT – $15 Yards, $15 Stables WHICH MUST BE PAID WITH ENTRY FEES.
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPIONS WILL BE SELECTED AS FOLLOWS: first prize winners in all eligible classes to be paraded
                                                                          nd
before the Judge. Immediately the Champion has been selected the 2 placed animal in the class from which the Champion
has been selected shall parade with the other first place getters for Reserve Champion.
YELLOW CARD – This show supports the RAS Yellow Card system. A yellow card will be issued, in cases of offences in respect of
abuse to animals or inappropriate behaviour as per the RAS Constitution and the RAS Rules & Regulations/Bylaws including the
Equestrian Rulebook, the RAS affiliated show/registered Measuring Stand and their grounds and their duly appointed
delegates may deliver to the Person Responsible a Yellow Warning Card (either immediately or within 10 days of the show)
which suspends any penalty until possible new offences. Full wording of the "Yellow Card" system is available to view on the
RAS website www.ras.org.nz
DISQUALIFIED PERSON - Should any person or firm be disqualified or suspended by a kindred Association the committee of the
Association shall have the power to endorse such disqualification or suspension, should they see fit.
ENTRIES -- All Entries must be in writing on the prescribed entry form and duly signed with the total entry fees enclosed. Online
entries are accepted ONLY when full payment has been made either via internet banking or cheque.
 REFUSAL OF ENTRIES - The committee reserves the right to refuse or cancel any entry without adducing any reason for doing
so.
OWNERSHIP OF STOCK - All stock shown must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor one month previous to date of show.
DATE OF BIRTH - Applicants will be required to state as accurately as possible at the time of entry, the date of birth of all stock
in classes where the age is specified. In all entries of livestock the breeder's name must be mentioned if known, if not known
the fact must be stated at time of entry.
TIMETABLE - The Committee reserves the right to make any alteration to show timetables or to postpone the show or
withdraw any event as may be deemed desirable.
PRIZE POINTS - All points for prizes count as follows: First prize 5 points; Second prize 3 points; Third prize 2 points; fourth prize
1 point; Champion 2 points; Reserve 1 point; VHC 1 point. In the event of ties for any "most points" prize, the winners of the
largest number of first prizes will take precedence. Otherwise the value of the prize will be divided equally amongst the
competitors who are tied.
PROTESTS All protests must be made in writing and may be entered either before or after the judges have proceeded to their
duties. The party entering the protest in the Horse/pony classes must deposit $50.00; the deposit will be returned if the
protest is sustained. If the protest is lodged before the judges proceed to their duties, the onus of proof will rest with the party
protesting. No protest will be received later than one hour after the awards are made and the prize tickets affixed. The
judicial committee will decide all protests as soon as practicable.
SUMMARY OF RAS RESOLUTION PROCESS – the full process can be found on the RAS website www.ras.org.nz. The Principle
behind the process is to deal with the matter as it comes to hand and in most cases it should be dealt with directly by the
show. If the matter is in regards to a RAS official, the show may request the assistance of RAS Head Office as to how to deal
with this in an appropriate manner.
MEMBERSHIP - For just $25 per year you can enjoy these benefits: 1) Reduced entry fees (two shows); 2) Free admission for
you, your partner and children under 15 years (November Show); 3) Free parking for your vehicle.
PRIZE MONEY: All prizes not claimed within one month of the Show shall be forfeited.
RAS LEVY of $1.10 is included in entry fees
                                                                   or enquiries@ras.org.nz
J H Mitchell Challenge Cup: exhibitor gaining the most             No fee required to register
points in any one of the two following sections (1) All light      Each accepted registered thoroughbred will receive a
horse sections (2) Ponies (exclusive of all competition).          registration number and be entered into the series.
Points allotted as follows; Champion 2 points; Reserve             This class will be judged on 80% conformation and 20%
Champion 1 point, 1st 6 points, 2nd 4 points, 3rd 2 points,        Paced and Mannered.
and providing there are more than six entries, 4th 1 point.        Judges to asses each horse individually with saddles
Waimate A&P Challenge Cup: (re-donated by the                      removed after they have been assessed ridden.
trustees of the late Miss L. Rutherford) for most points in        Horses to show true TB qualities.
the Hack and Hunter events.                                        Horse to show a good walk as well as gallop (room
Betty Harper Cup: most points in hack and hunter events.           permitting).
Waihuna Cup: Champion Hunter.                                      Places 1st to 4th will accumulate points that will result in an
J R Patrick Cup: most points in Clydesdales                        overall series winner.
Mount Studholme Rodeo Cup: donated by Mr & Mrs R                   Competitors will gain qualification for NZ HOY
Olds awarded annually to the winner of most points in the          Thoroughbred class by participating in this class at this
harness section                                                    A&P show.

OFFICIAL HORSE/PONY HEIGHT AND PERFORMANCE                         This class will be judged at the completion of the Hack,
CARDS MUST BE CARRIED AT ALL TIMES. FAILURE                        Park Hack, Riding Horse and Saddle Hunter sections
TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN ELIMINATION.                               and before theSupreme Champion Horse judging.

HORSES CAN ONLY BE ENTERED IN EITHER THE
                                                                   Class 1699 Ridden TB Show Horse over 148cm
LADY’S HACK OR GENTLEMAN’S HACK NOT BOTH
                                                                   Must be registered with RAS to enter this class, description
                                                                   above.
ORDER OF JUDGING AFTER THE COMPLETION OF
                                                                                        HACKS - HOY
THE HORSE SECTIONS:
                                                                   Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION LED MARE OR                          Entry Fee: Members $8; Non members $12.
GELDING KINDLY SPONSORED BY MAXWELLTON                             Prizemoney: 1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $6.
STUD will be judged from the winners of the Led Mare or            JUDGE: Nancye Jack
Gelding in the Hack, Park Hack, Riding Horse and Saddle            Class 1700 Novice Rider, 17 years and over, 0-5
                  nd
Hunter sections. 2 place getter to the Champion to stand           wins
by for Reserve                                                     Class 1701 Best Presented Horse, Rider and
RAS-LIVAMOL RIDDEN THOROUGHBRED HORSE                              Gear
CLASS 1699                                                         Class 1702 Novice Hack with 0- 2 wins
                                                                   Class 1703 Novice Hack with 0 - 5 wins
SUPREME CHAMPION HACK – Champion Hack, Riding
                                                                   CHAMPION NOVICE HACK
Horse, Park Hack and Saddle Hunter to parade.
                                                                   RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE HACK
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION ADULT RIDER                          To be judged from classes 1702 and 1703. Second Placed Hack
to be judged from the winners of classes 1700, 1710, 1721,         to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for
1722, 1733 and 1744, second place Adult rider to the               Reserve Champion
Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners              Class 1704 Novice Paced and Mannered Hack 0-
for Reserve Champion                                               5 wins
                                                                   Class 1705 Open Hack 158cm and not exceeding
ALL SECTIONS MARKED WITH           HOY QUALIFY FOR
HORSE OF THE YEAR                                                  163cm
                                                                   Class 1706 Open Hack over 163cm
   RAS-LIVAMOL RIDDEN THOROUGHBRED SHOW                            Class 1707 Open Ladies Hack on Type
           HORSE SERIES 2017-18 - HOY                              (Conformation Class)
                                                                   To be ridden by a lady or gentleman rider
Each competitor will register their registered thoroughbred        Class 1708 Open Gentlemans Hack on Type
with RAS Head Office at                                            (Conformation Class)
www.ras.org.nz/equestriansection/RASLivamolseries page
To be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman rider                     Class 1724 Best Presented Saddle Hunter, Rider
CHAMPION HACK                                                 and Gear
RESERVE CHAMPION HACK                                         Class 1725 Novice Saddle Hunter, 0-2 wins
To be judged from classes 1705, 1706,1707 and 1708. Second
                                                              Class 1726 Novice Saddle Hunter, 0 - 5 wins
Placed Hack to the Champion to be judged alongside the
remaining winners for Reserve Champion                        CHAMPION NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER
Class 1709 Open Paced & Mannered Hack                         RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER
                                                              To be judged from classes 1725 and 1726. Second Placed Saddle
Class 1710 Best Rider on a Hack 21 years and
                                                              Hunter to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining
over                                                          winners for Reserve Champion
Class 1711 Led Adult Hack mare or gelding, four               Class 1727 Novice Paced and Mannered Saddle
years and over                                                Hunter 0-5 wins
                                                              Class 1728 Open Saddle Hunter over 148cm and
                PARK HACKS - HOY                              not exceeding 163cm
                                                              Class 1729 Open Saddle Hunter over 163cm
Main Ring.Saturday 8.30am.                                    Class 1730 Open Lady's Saddle Hunter on Type (
Entry Fee: Members $8; Non members $12.                       Conformation class)
Prizemoney: 1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $6.
JUDGE: Adrienne Bishop                                        To be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman Rider
Class 1712 Best Presented Park Hack, Rider and                Class 1731 Open Gentlemans Saddle Hunter on
Gear                                                          Type (Conformation class)
                                                              To be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman Rider
Class 1713 Novice Park Hack 0 - 2 wins
                                                              CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER
Class 1714 Novice Park Hack 0 - 5 wins
                                                              RESERVE CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER
CHAMPION NOVICE PARK HACK                                     To be judged from classes 1728,1729,1730 and 1731. Second
RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE PARK HACK                             Placed Saddle Hunter to the Champion to be judged alongside the
To be judged from classes 1713 and 1714. Second Placed Park   remaining winners for Reserve Champion
Hack to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining     Class 1732 Open Paced and Mannered Saddle
winners for Reserve Champion
                                                              Hunter
Class 1715 Novice Paced and Mannered Park
                                                              Class 1733 Best Saddle Hunter Rider 21 years
Hack 0 - 5 wins
                                                              and over
Class 1716 Open Park Hack over 148cm & not
                                                              Class 1734 Led Saddle Hunter mare or gelding,
exceeding 153cm
                                                              four years and over
Class 1717 Open Park Hack over 153cm & not
exceeding 158cm
Class 1718 Open Lady's Park Hack on Type                                    RIDING HORSE - HOY
(Conformation class)
To be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman Rider                     Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.
Class 1719 Open Gentlemans Park Hack on Type                  Entry Fee: Members $8; Non members $12.
                                                              Prizemoney: 1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $6.
(Conformation class)                                          JUDGE: Stephanie Bishop
To be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman Rider                     Class 1735 Best Presented Riding Horse, Rider
CHAMPION PARK HACK
                                                              and Gear
RESERVE CHAMPION PARK HACK
                                                              Class 1736 Novice Riding Horse 0-2 wins
To be judged from classes 1716,1717,1718 and 1719. Second
Placed Park Hack to the Champion to be judged alongside the   Class 1737 Novice Riding Horse 0 - 5 wins
remaining winners for Reserve Champion                        CHAMPION NOVICE RIDING HORSE
Class 1720 Open Paced & Mannered Park Hack                    RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE RIDING HORSE
Class 1721 Best Rider on a Park Hack 21 years                 To be judged from classes 1736 and 1737. Second Placed Riding
                                                              Horse to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining
and over
                                                              winners for Reserve Champion
Class 1722 Best Rider Youth or Girl 17 years and
                                                              Class 1738 Novice Paced and Mannered Riding
under 21 years
                                                              Horse
Class 1723 Led Park Hack mare or gelding, four
                                                              Class 1739 Open Riding Horse over 148cm and
years and over
                                                              not exceeding 163cm
                                                              Class 1740 Open Riding Horse over 163cm
             SADDLE HUNTER - HOY                              Class 1741 Open Lady's Riding Horse on Type
                                                              (Conformation class)
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.                                   To be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman Rider
Entry Fee: Members $8; Non members $12.                       Class 1742 Open Gentlemans Riding Horse on
Prizemoney: 1st $20; 2nd $15; 3rd $10; 4th $6.
JUDGE: Penelope Johnson                                       Type (Conformation class)
To be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman Rider                    To be judged from classes 1747 and 1748. Second Placed Group
CHAMPION RIDING HORSE                                        A Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining
                                                             winners for Reserve Champion
RESERVE CHAMPION RIDING HORSE
To be judged from classes 1739,1740,1741 and 1742. Second    Class 1749 Novice Paced and Mannered Show
Placed Hack to the Champion to be judged alongside the       Pony 0-5 wins
remaining winners for Reserve Champion                       Class 1750 Open Show Pony over 138cm and not
Class 1743 Open Paced and Mannered Riding                    exceeding 143cm
Horse                                                        Class 1751 Open Show Pony over 143cm and not
Class 1744 Best Rider 21 years and over on a                 exceeding 148cm
Riding Horse                                                 CHAMPION GROUP A PONY
Class 1745 Led Riding Horse, Mare or Gelding,                RESERVE CHAMPION GROUP A PONY
four years and over                                          To be judged from classes 1750 and 1751. Second Placed Group
                                                             A Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining
                                                             winners for Reserve Champion
                        PONIES
                                                             Class 1752 Open Paced and Mannered Show
                                                             Pony over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm
Note: Horse/Pony Height Performance Cards must be
carried at all times. Failure to do so will result in
                                                             Class 1753 Best Rider 15-16 years
elimination. All pony riders to wear approved helmets with   Class 1754 Led Pony, Mare or Gelding, 4 years
three point linkage. All Riders in Pony Sections to be 17    and over, over 138cm & not over 148cm.
years and under as at 1 August except novice ponies who
may be ridden by an adult in novice classes.
                                                                            GROUP B PONIES - HOY
Please note: all conditions and regulations as defined
under 'Horses and Ponies' apply to ponies also
Entry fee: Members $7, non members $10                       Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.
Prizes: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $7, 4th $5                     Entry Fee: Members $7; Non members $10.
Waimate Pony Club Challenge Cup: awarded to pony and         Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
rider (nominated at date of entry) gaining most points. To   JUDGE: Peter Meyer
qualify, entrants must be a member of the Waimate Pony       Class 1755 Best Presented pony, rider and gear
Club and have attended a minimum of 6 rallies since last     Class 1756 Novice Show Pony 0-2 wins
Southern Canterbury A & P Show day                           Class 1757 Novice Show Pony 0-5 wins
A J Davey Challenge Cup: awarded annually for the Best       CHAMPION NOVICE PONY GROUP B
Boy or Girl Rider in Group A.
R C & E R Harper Cups: awarded to the Best Rider in
                                                             RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE PONY GROUP B
                                                             To be judged from classes 1756 and 1757. Second Placed Group
Groups B and Group C
                                                             B Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining
                                                             winners for Reserve Champion
Order of Judging after the completion of the Pony
Section judging:                                             Class 1758 Novice Paced and Mannered Show
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION LED MARE OR                    Pony 0-5 wins
GELDING KINDLY SPONSORED BY MAXWELLTON                       Class 1759 Open Show Pony over 128cm and not
STUD will be judged from the winners of the Led Mare or      exceeding 133cm
Gelding class from Group A, B, C and Saddle Hunter Pony
   nd
. 2 place to the champion to stand by for Reserve            Class 1760 Open Show Pony over 133cm and not
SUPREME CHAMPION PONY from Groups A, B, C and                exceeding 138cm
Saddle Hunter Pony Open Champion                             CHAMPION GROUP B PONY
CHAMPION AND RESERVE CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER                   RESERVE CHAMPION GROUP B PONY
from the winners of classes 1897, 1753, 1762 and 1771
                                                             To be judged from classes 1759 and 1760. Second Placed Group
                                                             B Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining
                                                             winners for Reserve Champion
               GROUP A PONIES - HOY                          Class 1761 Open Paced and Mannered Show
                                                             Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.                                  Class 1762 Best Rider 12-13-14 years
Entry Fee: Members $7; Non members $10.
                                                             Class 1763 Led Pony Mare or Gelding, four years
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
JUDGE: Annabelle Hampton                                     and over, over 128cm & not over 138cm
Class 1897 Best Novice Junior Rider, 0-5 wins
Class 1746 Best Presented Pony, Rider and Gear
Class 1747 Novice Show Pony 0-2 wins
Class 1748 Novice Show Pony 0 - 5 wins
CHAMPION NOVICE PONY GROUP A
RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE PONY GROUP A
GROUP C PONIES - HOY                             Class 1780 Open Paced and Mannered Saddle
                                                                Hunter Pony
Main Ring. Saturday 8.30am.                                     Class 1781 Led Saddle Hunter Mare or Gelding,
Entry Fee: Members $7; Non members $10.                         four years and over not exceeding 148cm
Prizemoney: 1st $15; 2nd $10; 3rd $7; 4th $5.
JUDGE: TBC
Class 1764 Best Presented Pony, Rider and Gear                                      LEAD REIN - HOY
Class 1765 Novice Show Pony 0 - 2 wins
Class 1766 Novice Show Pony 0 - 5 wins                          Saturday 8.30am
                                                                Entry fees: Members $7, non members $10
CHAMPION NOVICE PONY GROUP C                                    Prizes: 1st $10, 2nd $8, 3rd $6, 4th $4.
RESERVE CHAMPION NOVICE PONY GROUP C                            JUDGE: Fiona Smeaton
To be judged from classes 1765 and 1766. Second Placed Group    Not over 128cm
C Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining     Riders in this section may not enter any other section,
winners for Reserve Champion                                    unless in a Lead Rein class(s) in a Breed Section. Riders
Class 1767 Novice Paced and Mannered Show                       must be under eight years of age, with a minimum age of
Pony 0-5 wins                                                   four years. Ponies to be lead by a leader (14 years and
                                                                over) with the lead rein attached to the caveson noseband
Class 1768 Open Show Pony not exceeding
                                                                of a snaffle bridle. Ponies will be asked to walk and trot –
123cm                                                           no cantering under any circumstances. Running or bearing
Class 1769 Open Show Pony over 123cm and not                    reins or similar tackle are not allowed. RAS leases
exceeding 128cm                                                 accepted. Proof of this must be shown if asked.
CHAMPION GROUP C PONY                                           Class 1782 Best Presented Pony, Rider and Gear
RESERVE CHAMPION GROUP C PONY                                   Class 1783 Best District Combination
To be judged from classes 1768 and 1769. Second Placed Group    Class 1784 Novice Lead Rein Pony, not
C Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining     exceeding 128cm 0-5 wins
winners for Reserve Champion
                                                                Class 1785 Open Lead Rein Pony, not exceeding
Class 1770 Open Paced and Mannered Show
                                                                123cm
Pony not over 128cm
                                                                Class 1786 Open Lead Rein Pony over 123cm
Class 1771 Best Rider 11 years and under
                                                                and not exceeding 128cm
Class 1772 Led Pony Mare or Gelding, four years
                                                                CHAMPION LEAD REIN PONY
and over, not over 128cm
                                                                RESERVE CHAMPION LEAD REIN PONY
                                                                To be judged from classes 1784,1785 and 1786. Second Placed
          SADDLE HUNTER PONIES - HOY                            Lead Rein to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining
                                                                winners for Reserve Champion
Main Ring: 8.30am                                               Class 1787 Open Paced and Mannered Lead Rein
Entry Fee: Mem $7 NMem $10                                      Pony
PM 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $7, 4th $5                             Class 1788 Best Leading Rein Rider 6 - 7 yrs
JUDGE: Tania Bellamy
Class 1773 Best Presented Pony, Rider and Gear                  Class 1789 Best Leading Rein Rider 4 - 5 yrs
Class 1774 Novice Saddle Hunter Pony 0-2 wins
Class 1775 Novice Saddle Hunter Pony 0-5 wins                           FIRST RIDDEN COMBINATION - HOY
CHAMPION NOVICE SADDLE HUNTER PONY
                                                                Saturday Follows Led Rein.
RESERVE CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER PONY
                                                                Entry fees: Members $7, non members $10
To be judged from classes 1774 and 1775. Second Placed Saddle
                                                                Prizes: 1st $10, 2nd $8, 3rd $6, 4th $4.
Hunter Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the
                                                                JUDGE: Fiona Smeaton
remaining winners for Reserve Champion
Class 1776 Novice Paced and Mannered Saddle                     Not over 138cm. All riders to be under 10 yrs of age as at
Hunter Pony 0-5 wins                                            1 August 2017. Combination may not eligible to compete
Class 1777 Open Saddle Hunter Pony not                          in any other section.. Riders only eligible to compete in the
                                                                First Ridden Section for a maximum of 24 months from the
exceeding 128cm
                                                                date of the first show in First Ridden Section. No cantering
Class 1778 Open Saddle Hunter Pony over                         as a class allowed, however, judge may ask in individual
128cm and not exceeding 138cm                                   workouts. Same combination may not enter led rein
Class 1779 Open Saddle Hunter Pony over                         section and the First Ridden Section BUT the same pony
138cm and not exceeding 148cm                                   may be entered in both with different rider in the First
                                                                Ridden Section providing classes do not clash. These
CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE HUNTER PONY                                ponies are not eligible for any Group B or C classes.
RESERVE CHAMPION SADDLE HUNTER PONY                             District entrants must be owned and ridden by a South
To be judged from classes 1777, 1778 and 1779. Second Placed    Canterbury resident. RAS leases accepted. Proof of this
Saddle Hunter Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the   to be shown if asked. Snaffle bit only. ALL height and
remaining winners for Reserve Champion
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