Equestrian Schedule

Equestrian Schedule

Equestrian Schedule

18 19 20 21 22 JANUARY 2018 Equestrian Schedule Incorporating Wairoa Riding Club Dressage and Wairoa Branch NHB ESNZ Sunday Showjumping and Showhunter ENTRIES CLOSE 8 JANUARY 2018 Dressage Entries Close 28 December 2017 Entries will not be accepted without fees paid IN FULL www.wairoashow.co.nz PO Box 313 Wairoa, 4160

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PRINCIPAL SPONSOR (Founded 1900) A & P Showgrounds - PO Box 313 Wairoa 4160 OFFICERS 2017-2018 Patron Mr Bernie Kent President Ross Mitchell 06 838 7844 president@wairoashow.co.nz Vice President Treasurer Rowena Christie 027 518 6478 treasurer@wairoashow.co.nz Secretary Rowena Christie 027 518 6478 secretary@wairoashow.co.nz Equestrian Secretary Merryn Maxwell 027 246 8964 horses@wairoashow.co.nz Past Presidents: Messrs: H Bayly, RC Goldstone, NS Hill, RN Redmond, WT Powdrell, DJ de Lautour, JG Ross, N McKinnon Jnr, CD Stewart, M Rangi, DCC Wedd, BW Kent, G Tait, I Watson, BK Taylor, B Wilson, C Little, FD Wilson, RL Foot, D Martin.

Honorary Life Members: Mesdames A Budd, C Coop, M Cooper, RL Foot, R Kent, L Mossman; Misses L Kerley, J Redshaw, S Williams; Messrs I Brown, W Coop, P Edwards, M Foley, R Govenor, E Huata, B Jones, B Kent, J Martin, I Maxwell, D Munro, B Proffit, N Rofe, P Smyth, B Taylor, M Whitworth, FD Wilson, G Wilson, D Withers, J Young. General Committee: Mesdames: M Baynes, M Bennett, S Crawshaw, R Foot, N Hadfield, L Howard, S Hopley, R Martin, M Murphy, H Wallace; Messrs: I Denton, B Hadfield, D Halley, T Howard, R Mitchell, P Morunga, A O’Connor, M Whitworth.

Solicitor: Ian McDonald

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Other Contacts: Equestrian Rachel Martin Phone 027 223 6372 Sheep: Peter Crarer Phone 06 838 5157 Wool: Scott Maultsaid Phone 027 849 3321 Dog Trial: Ian Denton Phone 06 838 7007 Home Industries: Susan Hopley Phone 06 838 8457 Shearing: Bart Hadfield Phone 06 838 6732 Rodeo: Ash O’Connor Phone 06 837 6754 Rural Ironman: Toby Taylor & Barry Everest Phone 06 838 8869 or 06 838 8631 Trade Enquiries: Bruce Taylor / Sue Wilson Phone 06 838 7823 Junior Stock JudgingSue Crawshaw Phone 06 837 8881 All other Enquiries: Rowena Christie, Secretary Phone 027 518 6478 GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS Gang Patches are not permitted on the Wairoa A & P Show Grounds, Ruataniwha Road, Wairoa.

All Prize money is GST inclusive.

ALL COMPETITIONS are run under ESNZ, RAS, and Wairoa A&P Society local show rules. All entries are subject to the Rules and Regulations of the Society which are deemed to be included herein, as if inserted at length. HEALTH & SAFETY AT WORK ACT 2015 The Wairoa A&P Society is required to conform to the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015. However, as a Show Participant at this venue you are also obligated to accept responsibilities in relation to the operation and use of our “Place of Employment” within the focus of this Act which is to eliminate, isolate or minimise risk to Personal Health and Safety.

The Wairoa A&P Society is responsible to present a safe venue for use. As user of these facilities you are required to take all practical measures to manage and supervise the health and safety of your event or exhibit representatives, agents, employees and servicing contractors, during the period of this event (including set up and disassembly). The Act embodies a considerable measure of sound common sense, with the key being to identify potential risks in advance by practical management application. Some obvious elements to note as potential hazards include: Leading livestock in public areas.

Use of machinery, tools and equipment. Unstable stages, platforms and ramps. Riding Horses in public areas. Overhead Power Lines The Wairoa River. Exhibitors must supervise and control their animals at all times and shall be liable for any hazards created or accident, illness or damage caused by the action of themselves or their animals at the showgrounds. Exhibitors must comply with the appropriate animal legislation and the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.

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Equestrian Rules and Conditions Equestrian Head Steward: Mrs Rachel Martin 06 838 7220 Equestrian Secretary: Mrs Merryn Maxwell 027 246 8964 Yarding Steward: Michele Murphy 027 231 9322 The Ground Jury includes The Wairoa A&P Society President, Equestrian Head Steward, Section Head Steward and the President of the Ground Jury. The entrance for Horses is at the Railway Road entrance, at the end of Ormond Road. All leased horses or ponies at Shows affiliated to the Royal Agricultural Society Inc. Must be registered with the RAS Head Office PO Box 54, Woodend, 7641 before entries are made with the Wairoa A & P Society.

1. Substitution: Substitution of any entry can only be made at the discretion of the Show Committee. 2. Scratchings and Refunds: Refund of entry fees will only be considered if scratchings are made in writing officially with the Secretary either prior to the Show or in sufficient time to avoid disruption to the smooth running of the competitions. Refunds will be less 50% of original nomination and entry fee. Veterinarian certificates are not required unless competitor requires a full refund on entries. Refunds to the value of $10.00 or less will not be paid out. All other Refunds will be paid out after the completion of the show.

3. LATE ENTRIES incur 50% penalty on all classes entered. If your entry and/or money is not received by closing date the 50% penalty will be applied. Late entries will start first. 4. ALTERATIONS $2 charge plus entry fee difference. Secretary must be notified by 5pm the night before the class is run.

5. The committee reserves the right to deduct outstanding fees from prize money owing. Also the Committee reserves the right to replace prize money with product. 6. TRUCK PARKING: Parking Stewards are on site this year. You must produce your Record of Entries upon entering the grounds. Failing to comply may result in refusal of entry. 7. YARDS: $6 per night. The number of yards required and nominated nights (Tuesday - Sunday) must be specified on the Wairoa A&P or the ESNZ entry form. If you do not state your days/nights we cannot guarantee you will get a yard. The yard plan will be displayed on the notice board at arena end of yards.

You are not permitted to use another yard without the approval of the Stabling Steward or Equestrian Secretary. Some yards are double allocated, you will be informed of this before you arrive. If you have a double allocated yard, on your day of departure you must vacate your yard by 1.00pm to allow time for inspection before the next horse arrives. Similarly if you are arriving to a double allocated yard, this will not be available until 2.00pm on your day of arrival.

Please note on your entry form if you are staying from Sunday night onwards you must pay a camping fee of $10.00 per vehicle per night with your entries. If you do not inform us of your camping arrangements once the show is over, you risk being locked in with no water or showers. 8. CAMPING: Casual Camping for Non Competitors is not allowed. Contact iSite for available camping facilities in/around Wairoa, or Riverside Motor Camp. 9. STALLIONS: Special rules apply to Stallions (ESNZ & RAS rules apply). No Stallion entry will be accepted unless the owner/rider contacts the Yarding Steward prior to the close of entries.

10. MEASURING REGULATIONS: Height certificates and Novice Status cards must be carried at all times and be presented on demand, otherwise an exhibitor will not be allowed to start. These must be signed by

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the steward. Microchips do not exempt a rider from having a height certificate. No competitor will be permitted to leave the ring/class once the class is in progress. 11. MOTORCYCLES: Use of power motorcycles and motorbikes in the horse area is allowed with the following Rules: 1). Only between the hours of 6.00am and 8.00pm. 2). A MAXIMUM of 2 on each motorcycle/motorbike at any one time. 3). Protective Headgear must be worn at ALL times, and with the Harness done up correctly. Failure to comply with these rules at all times will result in confiscation of the motorcycle/motorbike.

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DRUG USEAGE: The use of tranquillizers, stimulants, or any drugs and methods capable of affecting the performance of horses and ponies is forbidden. Competitors are advised that tests for forbidden substances may be carried out during the Show and that testing of all animals is at the owner's risk. Testing for forbidden substances will be carried out under the Royal Agricultural Society Forbidden Substance procedures and rules (refer RAS Equestrian Judges and Competitors Rule BookForbidden Substance Section).

13. The Wairoa A&P Committee reserves the right to refuse or cancel any entry without adducting any reason for so doing and reserves the right to make any alteration to the Show timetable, or withdraw any event as may be deemed desirable. Any unruly or dangerous animal or exhibit may be required to leave the Showgrounds. 14. Protective Headgear Article 151: This applies to ESNZ classes only – all riders in RAS classes must have red tagged helmets to compete. 1. ESNZ recommends approved safety helmets should be worn at all times when dealing with horses. 2. All riders must wear protective headgear that conforms with one of the current approved safety standards and is tagged accordingly.

These standards may be subject to change but the latest list can be found on the ESNZ website at www.nzequestrian.org.nz/esnz/resources/health-safety. ESNZ will ensure that any changes to the standards are communicated to members and area committees 3. While riding at any showgrounds/competition venue, or ESNZ venue when training, the use of properly fastened approved, tagged protective headgear will be mandatory. 4. Riders will not be permitted to train or compete unless they wear approved, tagged, protective headgear bearing the ESNZ/NZPCA helmet tag.

5. FAILURE TO WEAR APPROVED TAGGED PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR a. Any rider who fails to wear approved, tagged, protective headgear at any event, training day or at any ESNZ venue at any time, will be issued with a warning by a member of the Ground Jury or an ESNZ listed official at an event where there is no Ground Jury. The issuing officer/Ground Jury will issue an official warning card and a copy will be sent to ESNZ. b. If that rider fails to comply for a second time, they will receive an instant $50 fine, payable to ESNZ. An official warning card will be filled out by a member of the Ground Jury/ESNZ official and sent to ESNZ.

The rider cannot compete again until the fine is paid to ESNZ. c. A third or any subsequent offence for riding at a competition/venue without correctly, approved, tagged protective headgear will result in a further fine of $250 and may include a stand down period which will be determined by an ESNZ judicial committee. 6. Warnings and fines must be lodged with ESNZ and ESNZ will keep a list, on the database, of riders with helmet warnings and fines.

7. The use of cameras by riders while riding at a showground/competition venue (however such a camera is affixed, whether to the rider, protective headgear, head covering, or carriage) is prohibited, unless otherwise specifically agreed to by the ESNZ Technical Delegate officiating at the Event (in consultation with the President of the GJ, where appropriate). Such a decision will be completely at the discretion of the Technical Delegate/GJ President, and not subject to challenge. In the event that approval is given by the Technical Delegate/GJ President, an athlete’s decision to wear a camera while competing will always be voluntary and at the athlete’s own risk.

15. No Adults are permitted to ride Ponies at the Wairoa A & P Show with the exception of the Pleasure Pony section.

16. REGISTRATION: YOU MUST STATE RIDER REGISTRATION NUMBER on all entry forms and they must be SIGNED or we will not accept them. The Wairoa A & P Society reserve the right to refuse entry into any ESNZ class, if not accompanied with proof that the Rider and Mount are currently registered with the ESNZ. 17. PRIZES: Prizes will be paid up as follows: 1-3 entries 1st prize only; 1-5 entries 1st & 2nd prize only; 1- 6 entries 1st 2nd & 3rd prizes; Show jumping Prize money 1:7 ratio. i.e: 1 prize for every 7 entries, excluding series classes. 18. LOCAL: Rider must permanently reside in the Wairoa District Council rating area.

Wairoa Pony Club Inc. Members are able to compete in local classes if they have met the criteria of having attended 3 rallies and had this signed off by the District Commissioner.

19. CATALOGUES will be paid with entry fee and held at the office for you to collect, if you require more please state on your entry form. Pre-ordered catalogues are $5. Catalogues purchased during showtime are $6 20. ENTRY FORMS: Official ESNZ or Wairoa A&P entry forms must be used and SIGNED! If your entry form is not signed, or is illegible, or the required certificates are missing, or the correct monies are not attached, your ENTRY FORMS WILL BE RETURNED with the cost of postage charged to your account. 21. All competitors can purchase a RAS Equestrian Judges and Competitors Rule Book, from.

RAS, P O Box 54, Woodend, North Canterbury. It is also available for downloading from the RAS website. 22. Protests must be lodged in writing within 30 minutes of class being completed with a fee of $50.00 which will be refunded only if the protest is upheld.

23. Open ponies must be ridden by riders under 17 years of age (determined as of the 1 August) 24. IRD have deemed that any prize money earned in any one class in excess of $500.00 will pay withholding tax of 20%. Please provide your IRD # with the entry form if you are entering any class, which this applies to. 26. RAS have introduced the YELLOW CARD system for all shows. Wairoa A&P fully support this system and it will be operated in the RAS Equestrian section of the show. This will be offered for any inappropriate behaviour towards show officials and judges, fellow competitors or any third party connected with the show bringing the equestrian discipline into disrepute.

Full wording of the “yellow card” system is available to view on the RAS website.

27. Wairoa Show committee and volunteers will not tolerate any form of rudeness or disorderly behaviour this will result in disciplinary action, as will parking in NONDESIGNATED AREAS. 28. Showjumping will be run under ESNZ rules. Wairoa A&P Show is a Grand Prix competition. 29. Each horse or pony may only enter TWO showjumping classes per day. 30 .In order for Equestrian Competitors to obtain members tickets you must pay a General Membership Subscription. 31. DOGS ARE PERMITTED: Strict Rules will apply as follows: MUST be on a leash at ALL times. Excrement must be picked up asap and deposited in the MANURE Bins.

A Current Clearance Certificate must be produced on request. If these rules are not adhered to you risk getting your dog(s) impounded and a $50.00 fee will be payable.

32. GROUND LEVY: $12.00 per Horse/Pony. This covers administration costs, online entry charges and St Johns.

33. ONLINE ENTRIES: If you are entering online your entries will NOT BE ACCEPTED until payment is received in full. If your FULL payment is not received by 8 January the 50% late fee will apply. 34. BBQ: Saturday night BBQ Adults $12.00, Children 12 years and under $6.00 35. Arrears -No person who is in arrears with regard to entry fees, subscriptions, or any other Show/Event charge is eligible to compete at any affiliated Show/Event. Proof of payment will be required before any restriction is lifted.

36. 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 an RAS official, the show may request the assistance of RAS Head Office as to how to deal with this in an appropriate manner. 37. The RAS equestrian levy (as set) is incorporated in to the entry fee b) The Equestrian Levy is charged across all equestrian sections, including – ESNZ Disciplines, Hunter Jumping, Breed, and Donkey and Mule classes (Conference 2009) 38.

Entries a) All entries must be made on the official entry form of the RAS affiliated A & P Show/Event, or by electronic means. The entries are to be completed by the exhibitor/competitor, or by some person authorised on their behalf, and must be deposited with the Secretary/Administration on or before the date set down in the Schedule. Entries received after that date are subject to the terms and conditions set down in the schedule or may be declined. b) No entry will be considered valid unless the entry form has been completed in full. Entry in the Show/Event entitles the Association/Society to publish an Exhibitor/Competitor’s name in results, reports and distribute with Exhibitor/Competitor’s lists.

c) Breed Prefixes on exhibits at Shows/Events must be those of the Breeder. Any name discrepancy will mean elimination. d) Breed Classes - registration number must be stated at time of entry. e) The name of the entered exhibit must be the same name as on the RAS Certificate (Annual or Life). If sponsorship is secured and the name of the sponsor is required to be added to the exhibit’s name, an application must be made to RAS Head Office for a replacement certificate. Any name discrepancy will mean elimination, and confiscation of the RAS Certificate. f) Substitution of any entry can only be made at the discretion of the Show/Event.

g) The Show/Event reserves the right to refuse or cancel any entry. h) Led Exhibits, three (3) years and under shall only be eligible for the Youngstock Championship and any other special award that may be stated in the conditions of the Show/Event.

39. Schedules a) The RAS Royal Show/Event Host Schedule (see Appendix C – Royal A&P Show Schedule) is the Standard Schedule to be run by the Royal Show/Event Host Society/Organisation. This is the minimum Schedule to be run, but further sections/classes as desired may be added. b) The Royal Show/Event Schedule will be reviewed annually at Conference. c) The Show/Event Standard Schedule is the minimum blue print for any Qualifying Show/Event to follow. d) The Breed Standards are governed by the Standard Schedules submitted by the affiliated Breed Societies. e) All affiliated Shows/Events must have their Schedule and Entry Form published annually on the RAS website, prior to their Show entries closing date.

40. Exhibitors/Owners/Competitors a). A Competitor is ineligible to compete under a Judge if (refer also to Judge rule J 25) i. The competitor is a member of the Judge’s family. ii. The exhibit is owned or has been owned by the Judge, or Judge’s family/business partner/employer within the last six (6) months. iii. Any exhibit that has been leased or in partnership by the competitor from the Judge, or Judge’s family/business partner/employer within the last six (6) months or the duration of the lease/partnership whichever is the longer. iv. That Judge or Judge’s family/business partner/employer has owned the exhibit being competed with, under that Judge, on that day, within the last six (6) months.

v. The exhibit being competed was bred by the Judge or Judge’s family/ business partner/employer and was sold within the last six (6) months, no matter who was the seller. vi. The Judge has been accommodated within one (1) calendar month prior to the event at the competitor’s/exhibitors residence/family residence/competitor’s business partners’ residence/employers residence. vii. Either the exhibit being exhibited on that day, under that Judge or the competitor him/herself, or any part of the combination have been involved in tuition/schooling by the Judge or Judge’s family/business partner/employer, within the past six (6) months.

viii. If the Judge has been a

representative under competition conditions for the competitor/exhibitor’s family/business partner/employer and his/her exhibit or any part of the combination within the past six (6) months no matter who owned the exhibit during this period. ix. The Judge or Judge’s family/business partner has employed the competitor/exhibitor within the last six (6) months. x. The competitor’s/exhibitor’s exhibit is in the incorrect height group (class) or if that competitor/exhibitor cannot produce a current RAS Certificate on the day. xi. The competitor/exhibitor has entered the exhibit in the incorrect class, the competitor entered in the incorrect age grouping of either the exhibit or the competitor.

xii. The competitor/exhibitor has not entered the exhibit under its correct registered name; colour, markings, and/or brands differ from those on the exhibit’s registration card. b) Ownership – All Wairoa Pony Club Fundraiser: Raising funds to Upgrade Equipment. Wairoa Pony Club members will pre fill your yards with sawdust so it is one less job for you to do when you arrive at the show.

10.00 per yard for up to 4 yards. $8.00 per yard for 5 yards or more. Pay with you entries. DRESSAGE Steward : Wairoa Riding Club This is a 2 Day Tournament being held in conjunction with Wairoa Riding Club PLEASE NOTE: ALL DRESSAGE ENTRIES WILL CLOSE ON 28 DECEMBER 2017 - NO EXCEPTIONS CONDITIONS OF ENTRY ESNZ & DNZ rules apply 1 Classes 1 to 4 and 17 to 20 will be ribbons only and are for non members and ESNZ members on horses/ponies not registered for dressage. 2 Classes 5 to 14 and 21 to 30 are for registered riders and horses/ponies only 3 The O.C. Committee reserve the right to alter or cancel the programme or prize money within the ESNZ rules.

4 Entries must be on official forms with current registration for rider and horse/pony for all graded classes and ungraded classes must use the ‘ungraded form’ available to download from DNZ website. See Rule 12 below. 5 Full payment must be enclosed with entries, late entries incur a penalty fee of 50%. 6 Horses/ponies are limited to 3 starts per day but may enter any grade of which they are eligible. Introductory and unregistered combinations restricted to two starts per day. 7 BBQ/Auction: Wednesday evening $10 per person - you can pay this with your entries. 8 Ground Levy : $12.00 per Horse/Pony 9 Yards: to be paid with entries $6 per night per horse/pony.

Please state which nights required. 10 In order for Equestrian Competitors to obtain members tickets you must pay a General Membership Subscription.

11 Entry fees: Unregistered Classes all $12.00 per test. Registered Classes all $17.00 per test. This entry fee includes the compulsory ESNZ Dressage Levy of $3.00 per test. 12 Prize Money: Classes 1 to 4 and 17 to 20 – Ribbons only 13 The O.C. accepts no responsibility for damage or injury to spectators, competitors or their property, ESNZ rules apply. 14 Prize money will only be paid out to registered combinations attaining a gradeable percentage (57% and above). 15 Non-graded competitions: All riders must be ESNZ Community members( this is free). From 1 January 2017 horses /ponies do not need to be ESNZ registered.

The form for community member application is able to be downloaded from the ESNZ website.

16 Draw will be available on website from 10 January www.wairoashow.co.nz Wednesday, 17 January 2018 Dressage Long Arena 1 4 1C Non Graded EF: $14 Ribbons only 6 1C Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 7 2A Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 8 2C Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 9 3A Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 10 3C Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 11 4A Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 17 12 4C Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 17

Dressage Arena 2 1 OA Introductory EF: $12 Ribbons only 2 0C Introductory EF: $12 Ribbons only 3 1A Non Graded EF: $14 Ribbons only 5 1A Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 Thursday, 18 January 2018 Dressage Long Arena 1 19 1B Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 20 1D Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 21 2B Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 22 Level 2 Musical Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 23 3B Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 24 Level 3 Musical Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 25, 20, 18, 17 25 4B Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 17 26 Level 4 Musical Graded EF: $19 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 17 Dressage Arena 2 15 0B Introductory EF: $12 Ribbons only 16 0D Introductory EF: $12 Ribbons only 17 1B Non Graded EF: $14 Ribbons only 18 1D Non Graded EF: $14 Ribbons only ENCOURAGEMENT RING Steward: Sam Knauf The Encouragement section is aimed at the noncompetitive riders and horses/ponies.

Encouragement Ring are not eligible for the Showing and Registered Dressage classes.

Combination can not enter in any other Pleasure Horse/Pony classes. Children can ride Horses in the Encouragement Ring. Riding attire is informal with Pony Club uniforms acceptable. Riding Hats with Red Tag are Compulsory. Champion Pleasure Horse/Pony is taken from 1st placegetters. There will be Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons awarded to these classes. NOT HOY QUALIFIER Thursday, 18 January 2018 Ring 2 Lead Rein Rider For 16 years and under. Combination cannot enter in any other Pleasure Horse/Pony classes.

NOT HOY QUALIFIER Entry Fee $5.00 per Class Ribbons Only Classes 40 - 45 Inclusive 40 Fancy Dress 1:00 PM 41 Horse/Pony Suitable for a Beginner 42 Best Walking Horse/Pony 43 Best Trotting Horse/Pony 44 Best Lead Rein Rider 45 Best Lead Rein Rider Over Jumps Beginner Not to Be Led For 16 years and under.

Combination cannot enter in any other Pleasure Horse/Pony classes. NOT HOY QUALIFIER Entry Fee $5.00 per Class Ribbons Only Classes 46 - 51 Inclusive 46 Fancy Dress 47 Horse/Pony Suitable For Beginner 48 Best Walking Horse/Pony 49 Best Trotting Horse/Pony 50 Best Rider 51 Best Rider Over Jumps

PLEASURE HORSE/PONY 16 YRS AND UNDER Steward: Sam Knauf To follow Encouragement Ring. The Pleasure Horse/Pony section is aimed at the noncompetitive riders and horses/ponies. Pleasure Horse/Ponies are not eligible for the Showing and Registered Dressage classes. Children can ride Horses in the Pleasure Horse/Pony classes. Riding attire is informal with Pony Club uniforms acceptable. Riding Hats with Red Tag are Compulsory. Champion Pleasure Horse/Pony is taken from 1st placegetters. There will be Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons awarded to these classes.

NOT HOY QUALIFIER Thursday, 18 January 2018 Ring 2 52 Best Turned Out Horse/Pony EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 53 Horse/Pony Most Suitable For Beginner EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 54 Best Walking Horse/Pony EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 55 Best Trotting Horse/Pony EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 56 Paced & Mannered Horse/Pony EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 57 Best Rider 12-16 Years EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 58 Best Rider 11 Years and Under EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 **** Champion & Reserve Pleasure Horse/Pony for 16 and Under PLEASURE HORSE/PONY 17 YRS AND OVER Steward: Sam Knauf To Follow 16Yrs and Under Pleasure Horse/Pony The Pleasure Horse/Pony section is aimed at the noncompetitive riders and horses/ponies.

Pleasure Horse/Ponies are not eligible for the Showing and Registered Dressage classes.

Adults can ride Ponies in the Pleasure Horse/Pony classes. Riding attire is informal with Pony Club uniforms acceptable. Riding Hats with Red Tag are Compulsory. Champion Pleasure Horse/Pony is taken from 1st placegetters. There will be Champion and Reserve Champion ribbons awarded to these classes. NOT HOY QUALIFIER 60 Best Turned Out Horse/Pony EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 61 Horse/Pony Most Suitable for Beginner EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 62 Best Walking Horse/Pony EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 63 Best Trotting Horse/Pony EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 64 Paced and Mannered Horse/Pony EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 65 Best Rider 17-21 Years EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 66 Best Rider Over 21 Years EF: $7 PM: $ 15, 12, 10, 8 **** Champion & Reserve Pleasure Horse/Pony for 17 and Over

HORSE SADDLE HUNTERS (HOY Qualifier) Steward Anna McNicol 027 290 7180 An exhibit may only be entered in the Show Hack or Riding Horse or Saddle Hunter section. An exhibit may only be entered in a Lady’s or Gentleman’s class – not both. Horses will be required to gallop within the confines and constraints of the venue involved. Hunter shown under saddle should have substance, be active and well mannered with strong easy paces. Capable of carrying the required weight for long distances. Will not be required to jump but must gallop in workout if asked. Height Certificates/RAS Performance Cards must be carried at all times.

No rider will be permitted to leave the ring once the class is in progress.

Supreme Horse of the Show to be judged at the conclusion of Park Hack/Hack Classes in ring 4 approx 1.30pm At the conclusion of the Saddle Hunter Championship Class the RAS LIVAMOL THOROUGHBRED SERIES CLASS, Class 119, will be run in Ring 1 http://www.ras.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/ RAS-LIVAMOL-REG-FORM-2017.2018.pdf Entry Fee $ 9.00 per Class Prize Money 1st $20 2nd $15 3rd $12 4th $10 Friday, 19 January 2018 Farmers Air Ltd Ring 1 110 Local Novice Saddle Hunter 8:00 AM 0-3 wins. Rider residing in the Wairoa District Council Rating Area. Refer to rule number 17. 111 Novice Saddle Hunter 0-2 Wins 0-2 wins in a Hunter class at an A & P Show 112 Novice Saddle Hunter 0-5 Wins 0-5 wins in a Hunter class at an A & P Show **** Champion & Reserve Novice Saddle Hunter (To be judged from the winners of the above Novice classes, excluding Local.

Second placed Novice Saddle Hunter to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) 113 Novice Paced & Mannered Saddle Hunter - 0-5 Wins 114 Open Saddle Hunter, over 148cm and not exceeding 163cm 115 Open Saddle Hunter, over 163cm 116 Open Lady’s Saddle Hunter Trophy - HM BAYLY LADIES HUNTER CUP On Type. May be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman – (conformation class) 117 Open Gentleman's Saddle Hunter on type. May be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman (conformation class) **** Champion & Reserve Open Saddle Hunter (To be judged from the winners of the above Open classes.

Second placed Saddle Hunter to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for reserve) 118 Open Paced and Mannered Saddle Hunter 119 RAS LIVAMOL THOROUGHBRED SERIES CLASS EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 RIDING HORSE (HOY Qualifier) Steward - Anna McNicol 027 290 7180 Height over 148cm An exhibit may only be entered in the Show Hack or Riding Horse or Saddle Hunter section. The Riding Horse section is for the horse that does not fit into the criteria of the Show Hack, Show Park Hack or Saddle Hunter Horse but still shows quality in conformation. Not eligible for Park Hack/Hack, Pleasure or Saddle Hunter sections.

Supreme Horse of the Show to be judged at the conclusion of Hack Classes in ring 4 approx 1.00pm Entry Fee $ 9.00 per Class Prize Money 1st $20, 2nd $15, 3rd $12, 4th $10, Please Note: Change of Start Time - Now in Ring 4 at approximately 11.30am Friday, 19 January 2018 Ring 4 130 Best Presented Riding Horse, open 11:30 AM to all Riding Horses over 148cm 131 Novice Riding Horse over 148cm 0- 2 wins 132 Novice Riding Horse over 148cm 0- 5 wins **** Champion & Reserve Novice Riding Horse over 148cm (To be judged from winners of the above classes. Second placed Riding Horse to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion).

133 Novice Paced & Mannered Riding Horse over 148cm 0-5 wins 134 Open Riding Horse Over 148cm & Not Exceeding 163cm 135 Open Riding Horse Over 163cm 136 Open Lady's Riding Horse on type (Conformation class) Lady or Gentleman Rider.

137 Open Gentleman's Riding Horse on type (Conformation class) Lady or Gentleman Rider. **** Champion & Reserve Open Riding Horse over 148cm (To be judged from classes 134, 135, 136 & 137) 138 Open Paced & Mannered Riding Horse over 148cm 139 Rider – Lady or Gentleman, open to all riders in the Riding Horse section. NOT a HOY qualifier.

PARK HACK/HACK COMBINED (HOY Qualifier) Steward Anna McNicol 027 290 7180 Phone 022 659 1927 Ring 4 2.00pm approximately Height Certificates/RAS Performance Cards must be carried at all times.

No rider will be permitted to leave the ring once the class is in progress. Supreme Horse of the Show to be judged at the conclusion of Park Hack/Hack Classes Entry Fee $9.00 per class Prize Money 1st $20, 2nd $15, 3rd $12, 4th $10, Friday, 19 January 2018 Ring 4 150 Novice Small Hack over 148cm & not exceeding 158cm, 0-2 wins 151 Novice Small Hack over 148cm & not exceeding 158cm, 0-5 wins 152 Novice Hack over 158cm, 0-2 wins 153 Novice Hack over 158cm, 0-5 wins **** Champion & Reserve Novice Hack 0ver 148cm Trophy - WAIROA SYMPATHISERS CUP (To be judged from the winners of the above Novice classes.

Second placed Novice Hack to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) 154 Novice Paced & Mannered Hack Over 148cm & not exceeding 158cm, 0-5 wins 155 Open Hack over 148cm & not exceeding 153cm 156 Open Hack over 153cm & not exceeding 158cm 157 Open Lady’s Hack on Type over 148cm & not exceeding 158cm May be ridden by a Lady or a Gentleman – (conformation class) 158 Open Gentleman's Hack on Type over 148cm & not exceeding 158cm May be ridden by a Lady or a Gentleman – (conformation class) **** Champion & Reserve Champion Open Small Hack over 158cm Trophy - HOOPER MEMORIAL CUP (To be judged from classes 125, 126, 127 & 128.

Second placed Hack to the Champion to be judged 159 Open Hack over 158cm & not exceeding 163cm 160 Open Hack over 163cm 161 Open Lady's Hack On Type over 158cm May be ridden by a Lady or a Gentleman – (conformation class) 162 Open Gentleman's Hack On Type over 158cm May be ridden by a Lady or a Gentleman – (conformation class) 162.100 Champion & Reserve Champion Open Large Hack To be judged from the winners of the above Open Large Hack classes. Second placed Large Hack to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion 163 Open Paced & Mannered Small Hack over 148cm & not exceeding 158cm 164 Open Paced & Mannered Large Hack over 158cm **** Supreme Champion Horse Of The Show On The Flat Selected from Champion Riding Horse, Champion Park Hack, Champion Hack and Champion Saddle Hunter Horse

RIDING CLASSES Steward: Chrissy Hayes and Anna McNicol Classes to follow Show Pony Section Age as at date of competition Entry Fee $8.00 per Class Prize Money 1st $15 2nd $12 3rd $10 4th $8 Friday, 19 January 2018 Ring 4 197 Devery Jumping Competition 8:00 AM EF: $0 PM: $ 5, 4, 3, 2 Trophy - DEVERY CUP Beginners only. For children 11 years and under. Mount and/or rider not entered in any other jumping competition at the A & P Show. Mount must be a non-registered pony or horse. NO HORS' CONCOR. NO EXCEPTIONS. POST ENTRIES.

196 School Horse or Pony Most suited for taking school child/children to school.

Conformation not to count. 190 Best Local Rider 12 Years and Under. See Rule 18 191 Best Local Rider 13 - 16 Years. See Rule 18 **** Champion & Reserve Local Pony Rider On The Flat (To be judged from the Local winners of the above classes, Second placed Local Rider to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) HOY Qualifier 192 Best Novice Junior Rider, 0-5 wins 193 Best Rider, 11 years and under 194 Best Rider, 12, 13 and 14 years 195 Best Rider, 15 and 16 years **** Champion & Reserve Junior Rider On The Flat (To be judged from the Junior winners of the above classes, excluding local.

Second placed Junior Rider to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) SHOW PONIES (HOY Qualifier) Steward: Chrissy Hayes and Anna McNicol A Pony may only be entered in the Show Pony Section or the Saddle Hunter Pony Section - not both All novice pony classes are open to riders of any age. Entry Fee $8.00 per Class Prize Money 1st $15 2nd $12 3rd $10 4th $8.00 Friday, 19 January 2018 Ring 4 180 Novice Show Pony, 0-2 wins Ponies 148cm And Under. 181 Novice Show Pony, 0-5 wins Ponies 148cm And Under. 181.100 Champion & Reserve Novice Show Pony Trophy - HOLLOMBY CUP (To be judged from the winners of above classes.

Second placed Novice Show Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) 182 Novice Paced And Mannered Pony Trophy - HB FARMERS CUP Ponies 148cm and under. 0 - 5 wins 183 Open Show Pony, not exceeding 128cm 184 Open Show Pony, over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm 185 Open Show Pony, over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm 148cm **** Champion & Reserve Show Pony not exceeding 148cm Trophy - GOOD & CO CUP (To be judged from the above open classes. Second placed Show Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) 186 Open Paced & Mannered Show Ponies 148cm and under

PONY SADDLE HUNTERS (HOY Qualifier) Steward: Chrissy Hayes and Anna McNicol A Pony may only be entered in the Show Pony Section or the Saddle Hunter Pony Sectionnot both. All novice pony classes are open to riders of any age. Entry Fee $8.00 per Class Prize Money: 1st $15 2nd $12 3rd $10 4th $8. Ring 4 To follow Park Hack/Hack Champion at the completion of the Supreme Horse of the Show 2.00 pm approximately. Friday, 19 January 2018 Ring 4 210 Novice Pony Saddle Hunter 2:00 PM 0-2 Wins in a Hunter class at an A & P Show 211 Novice Pony Saddle Hunter 0-5 Wins in a Hunter class at an A & P Show **** Champion & Reserve Novice Pony Saddle Hunter To be judged from the winners of the above Novice Pony Saddle Hunter classes.

Second placed Novice Saddle Hunter Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) 212 Novice Paced And Mannered Saddle Hunter 0-5 Wins in a Hunter class at an A & P Show 213 Open Pony Saddle Hunter not exceeding 128cm 214 Open Pony Saddle Hunter Over 128cm & not exceeding 138cm Over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm 215 Open Pony Saddle Hunter Over 138cm & not exceeding 148cm **** Champion & Reserve Open Pony Saddle Hunter To be judged from the winners of the above Open Pony Saddle Hunter classes. Second placed Open Saddle Hunter Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) 216 Open Paced and Mannered Pony Saddle Hunter **** Supreme Champion Pony of the Show Chosen from the winners of the Champion Pony Saddle Hunter and Champion Saddle Pony.

Reserves included at Judges discretion. To be judged at the conclusion of the Pony Saddle Hunter Classes.

WORKING HUNTER HORSE (HOY Qualifier) Steward Anna McNicol 027 290 7180 Working hunters are required to demonstrate jumping ability and be of good strong conformation with good manners, sound paces and be a comfortable ride over long distances. They will be required to jump a minimum of three (3) hunter type fences. Jumping style and ability 40%, conformation 30%, paces and manners 30%. Horses will be required to gallop within the confines and constraints of the venue involved. No boots or bandages permitted.

PLEASE NOTE NEW START TIME 7.30AM SHARP We are under strict time constraints so we will not hold up any classes if you are competing in another ring.

A ribbon presentation will take place at the end of the Section not after every Class. Saturday, 20 January 2018 Ring 3 230 Novice Working Hunter Horse 0-5 Wins 7:30 AM EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 0-5 wins 231 Open Working Hunter Horse, over 148cm and not exceeding 158cm EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 232 Open Working Hunter Horse, over 158cm and not exceeding 163cm EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 Hunting Style.

233 Open Working Hunter Horse, over 163cm EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 **** Champion & Reserve Working Hunter Horse Trophy - CAMOUFLAGE CUP AND RAJAH CUP (To be judged from the winners of the above classes. Second placed Working Hunter to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) 234 Handy Hunter Jump including Wire Jump EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10

WORKING HUNTER PONY (HOY Qualifier) To follow Working Hunter Horses Approx 10.00am PLEASE NOTE EARLIER START TIME Steward: Anna McNicol Working hunters are required to demonstrate jumping ability and be of good strong conformation with good manners, sound paces and be a comfortable ride over long distances.

They will be required to jump a minimum of three (3) hunter type fences. Jumping style and ability 40%, conformation 30%, paces and manners 30%. Horses will be required to gallop within the confines and constraints of the venue involved. No boots or bandages permitted.

We are under strict time constraints so we will not hold up any classes if you are competing in another ring. Saturday, 20 January 2018 Ring 3 240 Local Jump EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 Horse or Pony. Rider under 17 years of age. See Local Rule 18. 241 Novice Working Hunter Pony, 0-5 wins EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 242 Open Working Hunter Pony, not exceeding 138cm EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 243 Open Working Hunter Pony, over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 **** Champion and Reserve Champion Working Hunter Pony (To be judged from the winners of the above classes second placed pony to the champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for reserve) 244 Handy Working Hunter Pony EF: $9 PM: $ 20, 15, 12, 10 This class will be run subject to time.

If it is cancelled a full refund will be given.

ESNZ JUMPING AND CASUAL LEVIES $5 ESNZ Jumping Levy (Compulsory) – payable by all horses/ponies competing in Jumping and or Showhunter. $20 Casual Jumping Levy The rider must be a full member with ESNZ. Horse/Pony not registered for ESNZ J/SH can compete using this levy. The levy is $20 for the show. Can jump up to 1.00 on a pony and up to 1.10 on a horse. Cannot compete in series classes and will not be eligible for HOY points in SH. Horse / Pony not registered for ESNZ Jumping / Show Hunter Horse / Pony registered for ESNZ Jumping / Show Hunter Introductory Members or riders not registered with ESNZ Introductory Classes – Ponies 80cm and under Horses 90cm and under (will be named INTRO) $5 ESNZ Jumping Levy $5 ESNZ Jumping Levy Introductory Membership or Casual Membership Day Start - $10 per day Horse 1.10 and under Pony 1.00 and under $5 ESNZ Jumping Levy and $20 Casual Jumping Levy Not Eligible Above - 1.10 horses & 1.00 ponies Or Series Classes Not Eligible Not Eligible Riders may compete in Introductory class (80cm and under for ponies and 90cm and under for Horses) on an Introductory Membership or Casual Membership Day Start.

All other riders must be full members with ESNZ – results will not be recorded with ESNZ for Introductory Classes. Shows may choose to run registered classes at introductory heights where the rider must be a full ESNZ member and the horse may compete with a current Jumping/Show Hunter discipline start or on a Casual Jumping Levy – results for these classes will be recorded on ESNZ records where applicable.

Wairoa Pony Club Fundraiser: Raising funds to Upgrade Equipment. Pony Club members will pre fill your yards with sawdust so it is one less job for you to do when you arrive at the show. $10.00 per yard for up to 4 yards. $8.00 per yard for 5 yards or more. Pay with you entries. SHOW HUNTER Steward: Kay Harding Ph 06 837 7669 PONY AND HORSE SHOW HUNTER CONDITIONS Run under ESNZ Membership Rules. All Riders must be full members of the ESNZ to compete in any Show Hunter class Show Hunter Series Classes: Only Horses & Ponies with Full ESNZ Equine Registration & a Full Jumping/Show Hunter Discipline start are eligible to enter series classes.

No Practice Rounds Ponies limited to one category, but must jump in their correct Category for Show Hunter High Points Series Classes. Classes WILL be run back to back at judge’s discretion. Equitation Series classes are Rider Classes; therefore a rider may only ride one mount in an Equitation class. Run Under ESNZ Show Hunter Rules 2017 & ESNZ Show Hunter Equitation Series Conditions 2017. Part of the LP Low Hunter & E J Gordon Livestock Gisborne Show Hunter 2017-2018 Series. CATEGORY A: Ponies 133cm and Under. Fences maximum 70 cm based on 3.05 m (10' stride) CATEGORY B Ponies over 133cm up to and including 143cm.

Fences maximum 80 cm based on 3.20 m (10' 6" stride) CATEGORY C Ponies over 143cm up to and including 148cm. Fences maximum 1 m based on 3.35 m (11' stride) ALL Placegetters in Series Classes are strongly urged to personally write or ring the Series Sponsor and thank them.

All details are available on the following website. http://www.nzequestrian.org.nz/media/14638/secpacks-jumping-sponsor-info-contacts-2017-18.pdf Friday, 19 January 2018 Ring 3 PONIES CATEGORY A 80 HOYQ Welcome Hunter 60cm 8:00 AM EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 81 HOYQ Pony 70cm EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 82 ESNZ Category A HOYQ High Points 70cm EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15 CATEGORY B 83 Category B HOYQ Welcome Hunter 70cm EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 84 HOYQ Pony 80cm EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 85 Burger King Category B HOYQ High Points 80cm EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15 Trophy - FORBES & CO CUP CATEGORY C 86 HOYQ Welcome Hunter 80cm EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 87 ESNZ Pony Rider Equitation Series 80cm EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15 88 HOYQ Pony 90cm EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 89 Aniwell Category C High Points 90cm EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15 HORSES 90 LP Low Hunter 70cm EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 (Part of the LP Low Hunter Series) 91 LP Low Hunter 80cm EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 (Part of the LP Low Hunter Series) 92 LP Low Hunter 90cm EF: $9 PM: $ 25, 20, 15, 10 (Part of the LP Low Hunter Series) 93 HOYQ Maximum Height 1m EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15 94 Gyro Plastics Junior Hunter High Points 1m EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15

95 ESNZ Amateur Hunter High Points 1m EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15 96 Combined ESNZ Junior and Adult Rider Equitation Series 1M EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15 one set of prize money with separate points awarded for each series. 97 NRM HOYQ Horse High Points 1.10 - 1.15m EF: $11 PM: $ 50, 40, 20, 15 Trophy - MARION WILSON MEMORIAL TROPHY Wairoa Pony Club Fundraiser: Raising funds to Upgrade Equipment. Pony Club members will pre fill your yards with sawdust so it is one less job for you to do when you arrive at the show.

10.00 per yard for up to 4 yards. $8.00 per yard for 5 yards or more.

Pay with you entries. SHOW JUMPING Steward Molly Bennett Please read and take note of the horse section rules. All Showjumping classes shall be judged under ESNZ rules Wairoa A&P is a Grand Prix Competition. Each horse or Pony may only enter TWO Show Jumping classes per day. Entry Forms: Official ESNZ or Wairoa A&P entry forms must be used and SIGNED!! Compulsory ESNZ SJ/SH Discipline Levy of $5.00 will apply. If using Official ESNZ entry forms, please state which days/nights you require yards LATE ENTRIES WILL INCUR A 50% Penalty (with the exception of the Horse Grand Prix), will ride last and jump off first.

COURSE DESIGNER: Ring 1 JOHN VALLANCE (Aus) ALL Placegetters in Series Classes are strongly urged to personally write or ring the Series Sponsor and thank them. All details are available on the following website. http://www.nzequestrian.org.nz/media/14638/sec-packsjumping-sponsor-info-contacts-2017-18.pdf Friday, 19 January 2018 11.30 AM Farmers Air Ltd Ring 1 300 Pony 1.15 -1.20m (Article 274 5.3) 2 Phase EF: $11 PM: $ 50, 40, 30, 20 301 Horse 1.20 (Article 274 5.3) 2 Phase EF: $12 PM: $ 50, 40, 30, 20 302 Horse 1.30 (Article 274 5.3) 2 Phase EF: $20 PM: $ 120, 90, 75, 60 303 FMG Young Rider Series 1.25-1.35 AM5 (Article 238 2.2) EF: $25 PM: $ 150, 130, 90, 60, 40, 30 (Part of the FMG Young Rider Series) 304 Purepine Shavings Seven Year Old Series AM5 (Article 238 2.2) EF: $21 PM: $ 120, 100, 90, 60, 50, 30 (Part of the Purepine Shavings Seven Year Old Series).

Ring 2 8.00 AM Sharp 305 Horse A1 0.80 Introductory (Article 238 1.1) A1 EF: $7 SWEEPSTAKE 306 Horse .90 - 1.00 AM5 (Article 274 5.3) 2 Phase EF: $10 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 15 307 Horse 1.10 (Article 274 5.3) 2 Phase EF: $10 PM: $ 45, 35, 25, 15, 10 308 Pony 0.80 Introductory (Article 238 1.1) A1 EF: $7 SWEEPSTAKE 309 Pony .90 - 1.00 (Article 274 5.3) 2 Phase EF: $9 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 10 310 Pony 1.10 (Article 274 5.3) EF: $10 PM: $ 35, 30, 25, 15 Saturday, 20 January 2018 Farmers Air Ltd Ring 1 8:00 AM 311 East Coast Performance Horses Five Year Old Series (Article 238 1.1) A1 1.15m EF: $16 PM: $ 200 (Part Of The East Coast Performance Horses Five Year Old Series) 312 Dunstan Horsefeeds and EQUIFIBRE Junior Rider Series (Article 238 2.2) 1.15-1.25M AM5 EF: $16 PM: $ 70, 60, 50, 45, 40, 35 (Part of the Dunstan Horsefeeds and EQUIFIBRE Junior Rider Series) 313 Caledonian Holdings Amateur Rider (Article 238 2.2) 1.10-1.20M EF: $16 PM: $ 85, 65, 55, 40, 30, 25 (Part of the Caledonian Holdings Amateur Rider Series) 314 Mitavite Six Year Old Series (Article 238 1.1) 1.25M A1 EF: $23 PM: $ 250 (Part of the Mitavite Six Year Old Series) 315 Horse 1.25 AM5 (Art.

238 2.2) EF: $16 PM: $ 100, 80, 65, 40 316 Main Events University Challenge Series (run in conjunction with Class 315) EF: $16 Ribbons only (Part of the Main Events University Challenge Series) 317 Country TV Pony Grand Prix Series (Article 238 2.2) 1.20-1.30M AM5 EF: $23 PM: $ 150, 130, 90, 60, 40, 30 Trophy - INTERNATIONAL PONY JUMP (Part of the Country TV Pony Grand Prix Series) 318 Dunstan Horsefeeds and EQUIFIBRE Horse Grand Prix Series 1.40-1.50M AM5 (Art. 238 EF: $43 PM: $ 370, 300, 250, 230, 200, 150 (Part of the Dunstan Horsefeeds and EQUIFIBRE Grand Prix Series). Post Entries Accepted 319 Wairoa Showjumping Pony Champion EF: $12 PM: $ 450 Most Points Gained by the Pony from 1.10M(Friday & Sunday) , 1.15-1.20M, 1.10- 1.15M, Pony Grand Prix (Saturday & Sunday) 320 Wairoa Showjumping Horse Champion EF: $12 PM: $ 450 Most Points Gained by the Horse from 1.30M Horse, Horse Grand Prix, Horse Mini Prix (Sunday), 7Yr Old, Young Rider, (Friday and Sunday) Winner Takes All.

Ring 2 321 Horse 0.85 - 0.95 (Article 238 1.1) One Round EF: $9 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 10 322 Horse 0.95 - 1.05 (Article 274 5.3) 2 Phase EF: $10 PM: $ 35, 30, 25, 15 323 Horse 1.10 (Article 274 5.3) AM5 EF: $11 PM: $ 60, 40, 30, 20 324 Horse 1.15 (Article 274 5.3) AM5 EF: $15 PM: $ 70, 55, 45, 35 325 Pony Introductory .70 - .80cm (Article 238 1.1) A1 EF: $7 Ribbons only 326 Pony 0.90-1.00 (Article 274 5.3)AM5 IJO EF: $9 PM: $ 30, 25, 20, 10 327 Pony 1.10-1.15 (Article 238 2.2)AM5 IJO EF: $11 PM: $ 50, 40, 30, 20