Equine - The Newbury & District Agricultural Society

Equine - The Newbury & District Agricultural Society

Equine - The Newbury & District Agricultural Society

BERKSHIRESHOW.CO.UK 2018 EQUINE SCHEDULE NEWBURY SHOWGROUND 15-16 SEPTEMBER

Equine - The Newbury & District Agricultural Society

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Equine - The Newbury & District Agricultural Society

1 CONTENTS Show Jumping 18 Saturday Show Jumping 19 Sunday Show Jumping 22 Heavy Horses 26 Heavy Horses In-Hand Classes 27 Heavy Horse Harness Classes 28 Scurry Driving 34 Private Driving 35 Light Horse 37 Open Ridden Hunters 37 Cobs 38 Working Hunters 41 BSPS WHP 43 BSPS WHP & SHP Lead Rein & First Ridden 44 BSPS SHP 44 Retrained Racehorses 46 Olympia Anthony Evans Ssadl-1st Round Qualifier 48 Senior Showing & Dressage-2nd Round 49 Coloured Horses & Ponies 51 Hunters 52 Ridden Ladies & Small Hunters 53 Amateur Ridden Hunters 54 Working Hunter Pony Classes 55 BSPS Working Hunter Pony National Championship 55 Connemara And New Forest 56 Exmoor And Dartmoor 57 Standard Shetland 58 Miniature Shetlands 59 Highlands, Fells And Dales 61 Welsh A & B 62 Welsh C&D 63 NPS In Hand Mountain And Moorland 64 Mountain And Moorland Ridden 65 Mountain And Moorland Lead Rein And First Ridden 65 Other Show Dates 68

2 THE NEWBURY AND DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY E-mail General: office@newburyshowground.co.uk Livestock & Equine: entries@newburyshowground.co.uk Rachael’s Private Number for urgent matters only 07966 164197 Web site: www.berkshireshow.co.uk Twitter @berkshireshow Facebook www.facebook.com/newbury.showground Closing dates for entries: Show Jumping & Scurry: 5th September All other Equine Classes close: 20th August President: Mr P Carlisle President Elect: Dame T. Sackler Chairman: Mr I Wilson Vice-Chairman: Mr C. Turner Show Assistant: Miss N. Allen Livestock & Equine Secretary: Miss A Wernham Newbury Showground, Priors Court, Hermitage, Thatcham, Berkshire RG18 9QZ Telephone: (01635) 247111 Fax: (01635)247227 Please allow adequate time for delivery, as we cannot accept responsibility for entries delayed in the post.

ONLINE ENTRY NOW AVAILABLE AT: www.berkshireshow.co.uk NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES PLEASE NOTE: DOGS ARE ALLOWED ON THE SHOWGROUND, BUT NOT IN LIVESTOCK TENTS. Holding number: 02/082/8000 Please note that there have been some changes to timings and in some cases the day of classes, so please be sure to refer to the timetable. Anyone contravening this Regulation may be asked to leave the Showground. GETTING TO THE SHOWGROUND DIRECTIONS – VERY IMPORTANT PLEASE READ Please do not use SAT NAV to find your way to the Showground. It takes no account of our traffic management plan and you will be directed to the wrong place. Please use the directions below. Those approaching from M4 Reading will be directed off M4 at Junction 12 (A4 Reading West) to travel A4 to join B4009 at Newbury. From the west (Swindon) equine exhibitors will be directed to leave M4 at Junction 14 (A338 Hungerford) and travel A338, A4 to B4009 at Robin Hood roundabout, Newbury. This has been redirected due to large horse boxes negotiating mini roundabouts and speed cushions along the Turnpike Road. Equine exhibitors from the south (A34 Winchester) will be directed to leave A34 at A4 (Speen) and travel A4 to B4009. Equine exhibitors from A339 (Basingstoke) will remain on A339 to join B4009 at Newbury. Equine exhibitors from the north (A34 Oxford) will be directed to leave A34 at East Ilsley and travel via Compton to join the B4009 at Hampstead Norreys. All will then be directed to enter Priors Court Road from B4009 junction. Equine exhibitors are specifically requested to approach the showground from the east, however if they try to approach trying to use the A34 over bridge they will be directed to the alternate route and will not be allowed through the road closure.

3 CONDITIONS AND REGULATIONS A Show and Exhibition Rules. 1. The Society shall hold a Show annually on such day or days as the Board of Management shall determine. 2. The Board shall have absolute discretion as to the Classes of Exhibits, the persons eligible to compete in any class, the PRIZE MONEY to be offered, the level of Entry Fees, the conditions of entry and exhibition, and all other matters connected with the Show. 3. The Board of Management shall approve the Schedule of Prize Money for each year and send a copy to all Exhibitors who entered in the previous year; otherwise schedules will only be supplied on request and upon receipt of a C5, 1.20p SAE. 4. Animals which are subject to restrictions under the Animal Health Act 1981 (as amended) or the Animal and Animal products (Import and Export) (England and Wales) Regulations 2000 (as amended) will not be allowed onto the Showground. 5. Every Exhibitor or Competitor is requested to examine carefully the list of prize money and conditions, as he/she will be held responsible for the correctness of his/her entry form. An Exhibitor’s entry may be disqualified should they have failed to give any of the information asked for on an entry form. A Competitors award may be cancelled if they fail to prove the accuracy of the details on the entry form. If an Exhibitor desires his animal to compete for any special prize offered, he must notify this on the entry form where requested to do so.

6. Every exhibit must be the bona fide property of the Exhibitor at the time of entry. In the event of the death of an Exhibitor between the date of entry and the date of the Show, the executors of the deceased will be deemed to be the Exhibitor. 7. The term Exhibitor will include persons taking part in any competition or display arranged by the Society, and the owner of any horse, plant, machinery or other thing involved in any such competition or display or otherwise exhibited on the Showground. 8. Entries from persons under 18 years of age may be accepted only provided the entry forms are countersigned by the parent, guardian or trustee of the entrant, who shall be held responsible for the correctness of the entry, and for compliance with the regulations of the Show. Any entry made in contravention of this regulation and inadvertently accepted may be cancelled.

9. Exhibitors are not permitted to enter any horse or pony in any class, which is to be judged by a person who has or has had a financial interest in the animal, or which has stood in his/her stable. Stud fees are not considered financial gain. The onus of complying with this regulation rests entirely on the Exhibitor. 10. Substitution of Judges – the Society reserves the right to substitute other Judges for those named in the Schedule or make additional appointments. Where time permits Exhibitors will be informed of the change or via the website www.berkshireshow.co.uk 11. Cancellation of classes -The Board reserves the right to cancel or amalgamate any classes which in their opinion are insufficiently filled.

12. In stating the age of a horse or pony it is only necessary to give the year in which it was born, except in the case of yearlings and foals, when the exact date of birth must be given. The name of the sire of the foal must also be stated on the entry form. Foals must be at least 3 weeks old at the date of the show. 13. Mare with foal at foot – All foals must be the offspring of the mare with which they are

4 exhibited and must accompany their dams in the judging ring. 14. Height of exhibits – Horses or ponies entered in classes with conditions as to height (except those for which an official height certificate has been issued by the Joint Measuring Board Ltd and ponies for which a height certificate has been issued by the Breed Society on registration) or issued by an equivalent body in a Member State, may be measured with their shoes on, at the request of the Judge or Stewards. One centimetre will be allowed for the shoes.

15. Life Certificates – where a Life Certificate or a Valid Annual Certificate has been issued by the Joint Measurement Board for a horse or pony, this must be produced for inspection by the Veterinary Officer in charge of measuring, otherwise the animal concerned will be measured. B Exhibitor’s Risk and Responsibility. 1. Neither the SOCIETY NOR ANY OF ITS OFFICERS OR SERVANTS SHALL BE IN ANY WAY RESPONSIBLE or accountable for anything that may happen (from any cause or circumstances whatsoever) to Exhibitors or their servants, or agents, or to any exhibit, or any vehicle conveying any exhibit, or any crate, package, show-case or other article or thing containing or relating to any exhibit, or any other property brought into the Showground or for anything else in connection with, or arising out of, or attributable to, the Society’s Show.

2. EACH EXHIBITOR SHALL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for any consequential or other loss, injury or damage done to or occasioned by, or rising from any horse, pony or article exhibited by said persons, and for its description as given in the catalogue, and shall indemnify the Society against all legal or other proceedings in regard thereto. Each Exhibitor of a horse or pony shall be responsible for payment to the Society for costs incurred as and for liquidated damages for any horse or pony sent for exhibition which has to be placed in isolation because it is showing signs or symptoms of contagious or infectious disease, or any form of disease likely to prove dangerous to other animals.

3. Exhibitors shall be responsible for the behaviour of their servants or agents and for the consequences of any misconduct of such servants or agents. Any fine imposed upon an Exhibitor, or a person employed by him, for infringing the regulations or disobedience to the order of the Stewards, shall be recoverable from the Exhibitor as a debt due to the Society and, until such payment, shall debar such Exhibitor from exhibiting at any future show of the Society. 4. Exhibitors should be satisfied in all cases that the correct and appropriate restraining method and equipment is provided for use by animal handlers.

5. Horse Passports: Exhibitors must ensure that they comply with the requirements of national legislation in force at the time of the Show and have passports available for inspection. 6. Exclusion and Limitation of Liability and Indemnity (a) The Society shall not be responsible to any Entrant for any form of economic loss whether direct or indirect and howsoever caused. (b) The Society shall not be responsible to any person whatsoever while upon the Society’s Showground for any form of economic loss whether direct or indirect and howsoever caused.

(c) All Entrants shall indemnify and hold harmless the Society from and against all actions, suits, expense and claim made against the Society on account of or in respect

5 of the negligence or breach of contract of the Entrant. (d) The Board requires all Entrants and Exhibitors to insure themselves and their exhibits against all liabilities both to the Society and to all other persons using the Society’s Showground unless the Secretary gives written dispensation. 7. The right is reserved to require an appropriate certificate of insurance to be produced for inspection by the Society on demand. C Entries/Fees. 1. Entries for competitions shall be made on the official form and sent to the Show Manager by the dates as printed in schedule. Forms are available to download from www.newburyshowground.co.uk 2. If any horse or pony is entered in more than one class this must be clearly stated on the entry form.

3. No entry will be accepted unless accompanied by the appropriate fee; and, where the Exhibitor is a member of the Society, the subscription for the year, unless previously paid. A charge of £25 will be made for returned or refused cheques. Member’s entry fee rates are applicable to Members of the Newbury and District Agricultural Society only and not members of any other society unless they are also members of the N&DAS. 4. In the absence of any special condition to the contrary the following conditions shall apply, namely, that the class shall be deemed to be open to all. The Board reserves the right to refuse any entry without assigning any reason. Entry fees will only be refunded in the event of cancellation of Classes, or a DEFRA order prohibiting the exhibition of animals at the Show. They will not be refunded if the Show has to be cancelled for any reason beyond the control of the Society. The Society will have no liability for loss or damage suffered by Exhibitors or others due to the cancellation of the Show.

5. The Society in its absolute discretion may refuse any entry or cancel any entry already accepted, or the Show Chairman may decline at any stage to admit any proposed exhibit, or order the removal of or remove, at the expense and risk of the Exhibitor, any exhibit already delivered. Whenever under this regulation an entry is refused or cancelled, or any exhibit is refused admission or removed, the fees paid for such entry may, at the discretion of the Society, be refunded, and, if refunded, shall be accepted by the Exhibitor or intending Exhibitor in full satisfaction of all claims against the Society.

6. Admission passes – Admission passes will be allocated as follows; Three passes for the first animal, one additional pass for each subsequent animal (passes will only be allocated to foals if entered separately in a foal class) up to a maximum of six passes. Coaching Marathon Exhibitors are allocated 10 passes per coach plus 5x 2-day wristbands. Scurry Competitors will be allocated four passes for the first pair of ponies and three for each additional pair. Heavy Horse Teams will be allocated six passes per Team. Additional tickets may be purchased at the Advanced Rate of £14 with your entry. Tickets are single entry and valid for one day only (except 2-day wristbands). You will be asked to surrender your tickets on entry to the Horsebox Park. If you then require entry to the horse rings and the horse walk you will need to go to the

6 Horsebox Park Office with the remaining half of your ticket where you will be given a wristband entitling you to enter the rings and the horse walk. You will not gain entry to the horse walk and the rings if you do not have a wristband. Extra Livestock Vehicle Passes £5 each Extra 2 Day Livestock Wristband £20 each 7. An Entrant shall mean any person who enters any competition or class or exhibits any item of any description during the show. No member of Newbury & District Agricultural Society, while his subscription is unpaid, shall enjoy any privileges of this Society, and no person, formerly a member of the Society but resigning whilst standing indebted to the Society, shall be permitted to make entries for the Show. 8. All Stallion entries, 3 years old and over, must, at all times, be wearing a bit or chifney whilst on the Showground.

9. If an Exhibitor or Competitor fails, when called upon by the Stewards or Board, to prove the correctness of his Entry Form to their satisfaction, the Entry may be disqualified and any award made to it cancelled. 10. Any entrant or his servant refusing to obey an order from the Stewards shall not be allowed to compete. 11. Any Exhibitor withdrawing an exhibit after the closing date of entries will not be entitled to have entry fees, or stabling fees refunded, except under BSJA Rules. 12. The local area of the Society shall extend to a distance of 25 miles radius from the Corn Exchange, Newbury and all addresses in the County of Berkshire 13. Substitution - No Substitution will be allowed in any Horse or Pony Class, except Show Jumping under BSJA Rule 79.4 only.

D Prizes/Trophies – see respective classes for value of prizes offered. 1. Withholding prizes – a Judge may withhold any prize or prizes if, in his/her opinion, an exhibit is of insufficient merit. 2. Championship Prizes – First and Second prize winners must, where eligible, compete for the championship prizes, or they will be liable to the forfeiture of their class prizes. 3. Forfeiture of prizes – The Show Chairman, on the report of a Steward, shall have power, on the infringement of any of these or other prescribed regulations or conditions, to subject the Exhibitor to a fine of £25 and to the forfeiture of any prize to which he/ she may be entitled (in addition to all other consequences attaching to such infringement).

4. Prize Money Cash tickets at show or will be paid by BACS only 5. PRIZE WINNERS MUST PRESENT THEIR CASH TCKETS BEFORE 31ST OCTOBER AFTER WHICH DATE PAYMENT WILL BE STOPPED AND THE PRIZE MONEY FORFEITED. E. General Rules. 1. All Horses and ponies should be on the Showground at least one hour before the commencement of their class. 2. All exhibits and all persons in charge of the same will be subject to the Orders, Regulations and Rules of the Society and the Stewards shall have the power to remove from the Showground the Stock or property belonging to, and to cancel the admission ticket of, any Exhibitor who shall infringe any of the Regulations or Conditions of the Show, or who shall refuse to comply with any instructions given by the Stewards,

7 without any responsibility attaching to the Stewards of the Society in consequence of such removal. 3. No Steward will be allowed to show his/her own horse or pony before the Judge (except Riding and Driving Classes); neither shall he/she be allowed in the Judging Ring, whilst the Class in which he/she has an exhibit is being judged. 4. Hard Hats – It is mandatory for all riders to wear a protective helmet manufactured to British Standard EN 1384, SSTMF 1163 and PAS 015 with kite mark or SEI or other such suitable protective headgear as offers a similar or higher level of protection and is at least that of British Standard EN 1384, ASTMF 1163 or PAS 015. Such headgear must be worn with the chin strap correctly and securely fastened at all times whilst mounted on the Showground. Hats or helmets requiring covers must be worn with a plain, dark coloured silk. The Society accepts no responsibility for any injury arising from a failure to comply with this regulation.

5. The handler or rider of any horse or pony will be asked to remove it from the ring if, in the opinion of the Steward, he/she is unable to control the animal safely. Horses or ponies with unstable or aggressive temperament should not be brought to the Showground. When in the opinion of the Society’s Officers, Senior Stewards, the Police, the Health and Safety Executive or other competent authority, an animal’s behaviour poses an immediate threat to life and limb of people in its immediate vicinity, the Society reserves the right to mitigate such threat in such manner as they see fit, without any obligation to make good any loss or damage suffered as consequence of enacting this regulation.

6. Any rider that falls in the ring must retire and lead their horse from the ring. British Show Jumping Rule 213.1 7. No person will be allowed to fix any placard, or to take down any placard in the Showground, without the permission of the Stewards. No trading from any vehicle in the Lorry Park will be permitted. 8. When a horse or pony of non-riding owner has been placed 1st or is a Champion, the owners are very welcome to enter the show ring with their exhibit during the presentation of the awards. 9. EXHIBITORS IN SHOW CLASSES ARE REQUESTED TO ENSURE THAT THEY AND THEIR GROOMS ARE RESPECTABLY TURNED OUT (INCLUDING HATS, SHIRTS AND TIES) WHEN IN THE RINGS. DENIM JEANS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE. SENIOR SHOW JUMPING COMPETITORS ARE ASKED TO WEAR HUNTING DRESS IN THE MAIN ARENA.

10. Leaders – The leader who enters the ring with the horse/pony must remain with the animal throughout the class. Only in special circumstances with the permission of the Judge may another person trot it out. 11. No objections shall be made or taken to any award or decision of the Judges except on the ground that the same is not in accordance with the conditions governing the Class or Entry in respect of which it was given or made. Any objection authorized by this rule and any matters not provided for by these Rules or the General Rules of the Society shall be referred to the Board, whose decision shall be final. Any person lodging an objection shall at the same time deposit the sum of £100 with the Secretary, which shall be forfeited if, in the opinion of the Board, such objection shall be considered frivolous. All objections must be made in writing and must be received by the Secretary on the day of the Show.

12. Photographic Rights - Competitors and Exhibitors give permission for any photographic and/or film or TV footage taken of persons or horses/ponies taking part in Newbury and District Agricultural Society events to be used and published in any media whatsoever for editorial purposes, press information or advertising by or on

8 behalf of Newbury and District Agricultural Society and/or official sponsors of Newbury and District Agricultural Society. 13. The Society reserves the right to publish through any media the entrants and winners names and addresses supplied on the Entry Form. 14. As an entrant we will store the data you provide us with on computer and we will use said data for marketing, statistical and analytical purposes. You will receive communications and from time to time we will let you know about our work and promotions.

15. Welfare of animals – The legislation which came into force in January 2007 brings in new rules covering the movement of animals. If you move horses as part of your business then you will be affected. Under the new rules everyone transporting animals commercially must comply. Please see www.defra.gov.uk for further details. F Veterinary inspection. 1. The Veterinary Inspectors of the Society will carry out spot checks of horses and ponies throughout the duration of the Show. All health documentation must be presented and the horse or pony adequately identifiable. 2. The Society’s Inspectors or those appointed by DEFRA are authorized to exclude or place in isolation any horse or pony which, in their opinion, are exhibiting any symptoms of contagious or infectious disease, or any other condition which they consider warrants its exclusion or whose identity cannot be adequately established. In such an event a certificate recording the findings of the Inspector shall be handed to the person in charge of the rejected animal. Each Exhibitor of a horse or pony shall be responsible for payment to the Society for costs incurred as and for liquidated damages for any animal sent for exhibition which has to be placed in isolation because it is showing signs or symptoms of contagious or infectious disease, or any form of disease likely to prove dangerous to other animals. Exhibitors are responsible for ensuring in the event of the area from which entries are to be conveyed to the Show being declared a Movement Prohibited Area that such entries are not sent for exhibition.

3. Veterinary treatment of animals whilst at the Show - Antibiotics, inhibitory substances and other prescription only medicines are banned at the Showground unless they are administered under the supervision of the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons. 4. Veterinary emergency treatment - It is a condition of entry that the Society’s Veterinary Officers may on their own authority, give to any animal such emergency treatment as they may consider appropriate in the event that the owner or his/her representative cannot immediately be found.

5. Veterinary charges - Exhibitors will be required to re-imburse the Society for the full cost of treatment, services and certification administered by the Society’s Veterinary Officers attending animals. Accounts will be rendered after the Show. 6. The Society vet will have the right to treat an animal if urgent attention is required and the owner cannot be found. 7. All horses must have current inoculation against tetanus and flu. Certification may be requested. 8. Horses that have been docked or nicked, except for veterinary reasons (where a veterinary certificate must be supplied) may not be entered at this show. 9. Any owner of a horse or pony, which may have been suffering from any contagious or infectious disease or which develops such a disease whilst on the Showground is liable

9 to compensate the Society for all expenses incurred in connection with any claims resulting from such diseases. The Society’s Veterinary Officers are authorized to refuse permission for any animal to be admitted to, or to have to be removed from, the Showground, any animals affected with contagious or infectious disease or with disease, which, in their opinion, was likely to prove dangerous to other animals. Concealment of any disease will render the Exhibitor liable to disqualification. 10. Strangles and Ringworm - It is a condition of entry that: All horses and ponies (including donkeys and mules) have not shown any symptoms of strangles or ringworm, or have been in contact with any horses or ponies (including donkeys and mules) which have shown symptoms of strangles or ringworm or been in contact with premises where there has been equines infected with strangles or ringworm within 15 days prior to entry or exhibiting at the Show’.

11. The Certificate of the Chief Veterinary Officer, whether as to age or soundness, shall be required only in cases where the Judges are in doubt, or where the Stewards may consider it necessary. The decision of the Chief Veterinary officer in such cases shall be final and conclusive; and in case it shall be against the horse or pony to which a prize has been awarded, such animals shall be disqualified from receiving such prize. 12. During the time the Show is open to the public, no rug or cloth shall be hung up so as to conceal any horse or pony in a stable, except in the case of unfit animals and then only on the production of a certificate signed by the Society’s Chief Veterinary Officer. All sheets used for this purpose must be removed before the opening of the Show each morning and must not be replaced until 7.00 pm each day. 13. The Society reserves the right to test any horse or pony exhibits for the presence of hormones or illegal substances, which may affect the behaviour, or performance of the animal in the ring. Refusal to submit a sample will be dealt with by the Society at their discretion.

G Health and Safety Regulations at Agricultural Shows. 1. In accordance with the Health & Safety legislation all equestrian Exhibitors/ Competitors/Grooms must now comply with the above. 2. Horse walks have been laid out by the Society and ridden, driven and in-hand horses must be kept within these designated routes and take guidance from Officials or Stewards at crossing points etc. 3. Total separation of horses and the general public may not always be possible and if an Exhibitor has a nervous or highly strung horse or pony he/she should consider whether it is prudent to risk bringing this horse or pony to a busy agricultural show. 4. Horse and pony Exhibitors are reminded that the Show environment can be upsetting for animals, even those of normally placid temperament. Horses or ponies with unstable or aggressive temperament must not be brought to the showground. 5. Fire Risk - Smoking and oil or cooking stoves of any description are prohibited in the horse lines / stabling areas.

6. All electrical equipment being brought onto the Showground must have a current Safety Test Certificate. 7. Parking - All “live in” vehicles (horseboxes, wagons, and caravans) must be parked at least 5 meters apart. Please follow the instructions of the Horsebox Park Stewards. 8. When, in the opinion of the Society’s Officers, the Police, the Health & Safety Executive or other competent authority a horse or ponies’ behaviour poses an immediate threat to life and limb of people in its immediate vicinity the Society reserves the right to instruct an authorized person to mitigate such threat in such

10 manner as shall to that authorized person seem appropriate, not excluding the humane destruction of the said horse or pony, and by exhibiting at the Show Exhibitors are deemed to authorize such person or persons to so act. Exhibitors by exhibiting at the Show acknowledge and agree that the Society, its employees, servants and agents shall not be liable for any such matters as are referred to in this Regulation and in particular but not by way of limitation that the Society shall not be liable for any loss or damage (whether direct or indirect or consequential) suffered as a consequence of the Society instructing such person or persons as are referred to above. Further, each Exhibitor by exhibiting at the Show hereby indemnifies and agrees to indemnify the Society, its officers, agents and employees from and against any and all liability, claims and costs which result there from. INTERPRETATION OF REGULATIONS The Society reserves to itself by its Council the sole and absolute right to interpret these or any other prescribed conditions and regulations, or Prize Sheets, and to settle arbitrarily and determine all matters, questions or differences in regard thereto, or otherwise arising out of, connected with or incident to the Show. Also to refuse and to cancel any entries, disqualify Exhibitors, prohibit exhibition of entries, vary or cancel awards of prizes, reserve numbers, or relax conditions, as the Society may deem expedient. QUESTIONS NOT PROVIDED FOR Should any question arise not provided for in these Conditions it must be referred to the Board, whose decision shall be final. The Officers, Show Committee and Council of the Newbury and District Agricultural Society have endeavoured to ensure the correctness of the particulars printed in the Schedule but will not accept responsibility for any error or mistake which may appear herein.

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12 Saturday 15th September Main Ring 8:00 Open Ridden Hunters 10:00 Area Trial (Showjumping) 13:00 Heavy Horse Trade Turnouts (Paris) 14:30  Coaching Marathon (Final Judging) and Hornblowing Competition Ring 1 James Cowper Kreston 9:00 Show Jumping (Classes 1, 3, 4, 5, and 7) Ring 2 8:00 Cob-Ridden Cob Championship To Follow: Working Hunter Classes 14:00 Show Jumping (Classes 6, 8, and 9) Ring 3 8:00 Senior Showing & Dressage 1st Round Ring 4 8:00 Retrained Racehorses

13 Ring 3 & 4 Combined 12:00 Ladies & Small Ridden Hunters To Follow: Amateur Hunters Coloured Horses and Ponies (Approx.) 16:00 Senior Showing & Dressage 2nd Round Ring 5 8.30: Heavy Horse In Hand Gelding Followed By Heavy Horse In Hand Mare Followed By Heavy Horse In Hand Championship 10.00: Novice Hackney Pony Followed By Novice Hackney Horse 11.15: Heavy Horse Farm Turnout (Single) 12.20: Heavy Horse Trade Turnout (Pairs) (Prejudging For Main Arena 13.00 until 13.45) 13.15: Open Hackney Pony Followed By Open Hackney Horse Followed By Hackney Horse Championship. 14.45: Heavy Horse Harness 15.45 Heavy Horse Farm Turnout (Pairs) 16.30 Ridden Heavy Horse

14 Sunday 16th September Main Arena 10:00 Coaching Parade & Ladies Coaching 11:45 Heavy Horse Parade 11:55 The International Stairway (Showjumping) 14:10 British National Scurry Driving Championship 15:10  Heavy Horse Teams Followed By Heavy Horse Turnout Championship Ring 1 James Cowper Kreston 9:00 Show Jumping (Classes 10, 11, 12, 14 & 15) Ring 2 8:00 M&M WHP Novice To Follow: M&M WHP Open M&M LR M&M FR BSPS WHP Ring 3 A 8:00 Shetlands-Standard Shetlands-Mini Ring 3 B 8:00 Connemara & New Forest To Follow: Dartmoor & Exmoor Highlands, Fells & Dales

15 Ring 3 10:30 (Approx.) Silver Medal In-Hand Championship 11:00 (Approx.) M&M Novice Ridden To Follow: M&M Junior Ridden M&M Open Ridden NPS Silver Medal Ridden Championship Ring 4 8:00 NPS Silver Medal In-Hand Championship To Follow: Welsh A&B Welsh C&D 11:00 (Approx.) SHP LR & FR SHP Open & Novice Mixed Ring 5 9:00 Ladies Cart 9:45 Scurry Driving (Small) 10:45 Heavy Horse Trade Turnout (Single) (11.45 – 11.55 Main Arena for Grand Parade) 12:00 Scurry Driving (Large) 13:00 Side Saddle Demonstration 14:20 Heavy Horse Trade and Farm Teams Prejudging (15.10 – 16.000 Main Arena Followed By Championship) 15:15 Private Driving Under 13.2 Hh 16:15 Private Driving Over 13.2 Hh (Followed By Championship) PLEASE NOTE; TIMETABLE TIMINGS MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. ALL EXHIBITORS WILL BE SENT AN AMENDED TIMETABLE SHOULD ANY CHANGES BE MADE. PLEASE CONTACT AMBER IN THE SHOW OFFICE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUERIES.

16 Catalogue Listings All horses will be listed in the catalogue under the name of the exhibitor. It must state on the entry form if the owner is not the exhibitor and wishes to be named in the catalogue. Stewards Coaching Marathon: Mr C Isaac Light Horse Showing: Mrs J Stiles / Miss H McGoey Light Horse Show Jumping: Mr P Hurley Heavy Horse: Mr G Bucknell Stabling and Horsebox Park Management: Radford Portable Stabling Honorary Farriers: TBC Coursebuilders Working Hunters, Ponies and Ring 2: Mr N Theobald Main Arena Show Jumping: Mr P Asworth Scurry : Mr N Theobald Ring 1 Show Jumping: Mr P Ashworth & Lisa Kelly Stabling Show Jumping and Light Horse Temporary stabling on the showground will be available for inoculated horses (current vaccination certificate) for the nights of Friday and Saturday (a Friday booking is from 17.00 Friday to 16.30 Saturday). Alternatively there are a limited number of boxes available nearby (Wickham). Please contact Mrs Tett: 07721 338246. The Society will provide the initial straw bedding for all stock. There will not be further straw available and Exhibitors will be expected to bring their own supply. Green Fodder and Hay will NOT be available.

The charge is £55 including VAT per box for one night, or £93 including VAT for two nights, payable to the Society with entry fees. This is not refundable if entries are cancelled for any reason. Heavy Horses & Coaching Marathon Stables should be booked with entries. A deposit of £30 per stable is payable, refundable by cheque after the Show if the horse is forward, when indicated in the schedule. One stable will be refunded per horse. Stables booked for tack storage will not be refunded. Lighting in the stables has been improved this year.

Entry Fees Members fees are for Members of the Newbury and District Agricultural Society and members of any other organisation are not eligible. If you wish to join the Society please telephone 01635 247 111. Admission Passes Light Horse & Show Jumping 1 horse=3 tickets + 1 extra for each horse up to a maximum of 6. Scurry 1st Pair = 4 passes & 3 for each additional pair One vehicle pass will be issued, ask at time of entry for extra. Extra Livestock Vehicle passes £5. Extra 2 day Livestock wristband £20. Prize Money Cash tickets at show or will be paid by BACS only

17 Judges (alphabetical by class) This list is correct at the time of print and may be subject to change. Amateur Ridden Hunters: Conformation - Ride - Best Shod in ROR Classes: BSPS WHP: Mrs J Cooper BSPS SHP: Mrs R Newman Coaching Marathon: Mr J Peacock Cobs: Conformation - Ride - Mr R Sharp Coloured Horses and Ponies: Mrs J Bryer Connemara and New Forest: Exmoor and Dartmoor: Miss Patterson Highlands, Fells and Dells: Miss Richards M&M in Hand Championship: Hackneys: Mrs A G Loriston-Clarke Heavy Horse Mr P Bower Heavy Horse Ridden Conformation- Mr P Bower Ride - Miss Ensten Miniature Shetlands: Mrs D Barr M&M LR and FR Miss Patterson M & M Open Ridden Mrs D Barr M & M Junior Ridden: Miss Richards M&M Silver Medal Champ: Mrs A McHale M&M WHP: Mrs A McHale Open Ridden Hunters: Conformation - Ride - Mr R Sharp Private Driving: Mrs M Ford Retrained Racehorses: Confirmation - Mrs A Bowlby Ride- Mrs C Hurley Ridden Ladies, Small Hunters: Conformation - Ride - Senior Showing & Dressage: Mrs Jill Lang Scurry Driving: Mr P Litchfield, Mr P Walker Show Jumping:  Mrs S Gresty, Ms T Hopkins, Miss C Quinn-Smith, Miss A Newbury, Miss A Logan, Miss T Eastgate, Ms K Spiller, Mr T Ingham, Mr S Hiscox, Mr M Bainbridge Standard Shetlands: Mrs D Barr Welsh Horses & Ponies (A&B): Welsh Horses & Ponies (C&D): Working Hunter: Conformation - Ride - Working Hunter Ponies M & M Working Hunter Pony (Plaited) Conformation- Ride - Entry Closing Dates Show Jumping,and Scurry Driving 5th September 2018 Light Horse 20th August 2018

18 Show Jumping 1. All entries must be accompanied by appropriate fees. Nomination entries not accepted. 2. The Society reserves the right to limit the number of entries therefore it is in the interest of Exhibitors to enter as early as possible. 3. Entries in all Classes are restricted to horses registered with British Showjumping and are to be ridden by members in accordance with Rule 77.1. 4. All owners and riders of horses competing in any Jumping Competition in this Show shall be deemed to be subject to the Rules and Regulations of British Showjumping (obtainable from the Chief Executive, Meriden Business Park,Copse Drive Meriden,CV5 9RG).

5. Registration number of horses and riders must be given on entry form. 6. Where there are fewer than 20 starters in a competition the amount of prize money awarded may be reduced below the amount offered in the schedule by withholding lower prize money in accordance with Rule 76.6. 7. The Judges,in consultation with British Showjumping reserve the right to change A7 classes to Two Phase/Single Phase 8. No substitution will be allowed in any class, except under rule 79.4 if in the same ownership only. 9. Refund of entry fees. Your attention is drawn to rule 79.5 and especially sections 6 . 10. Telephone cancellations must be confirmed in writing and tickets returned before any refunds will be made.

11. All classes in the Main Arena will be a drawn order and numbers will be strictly limited. 12. Under the rules 82.19, no member shall allow a stallion for which he/she is responsible as owner, lessee, authorised agent or rider to compete or be prepared to compete in any show jumping competition without taking adequate precautions to ensure other members of the public are not put at risk of injury. Also see rule 102.13 13. All stallions must be identified on entry forms and wear stallion discs and BS white ribbon on tail.

14. All competitors take part at their own risk and must be competent at the level of competition they are entering. 15 From 1st October 2011 shows will only be permitted to charge British Showjumping members for medical cover at affiliated Shows,if qualified external medical providers with appropriate insurance cover are used.The Royal County of Berkshire Show provides the required medical attendants. 16. Rule 101.6 If shows provide numbers they must be worn ENTRIES IN ALL SHOW JUMPING CLASSES WILL BE LIMITED AND WILL BE ACCEPTED IN THE ORDER RECEIVED. THE CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES IS 5th September 2018. FOR DRAWN ORDER PLEASE CALL 01452730682 ON THURSDAY 15th SEPTEMBER, BETWEEN 6PM AND 11PM.

If you have any queries please contact Mr P Hurley 07584 706464 RING 1 is Kindly sponsored by Kames Cowper Kreston

19 Saturday Show Jumping Class 1 Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers-First Round Rule 312. Single Phase. Speed 325mpm. Start Height 1.10m. First place rosette kindly sponsored by Connolly’s RED MILLS In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. (a) For registered horses in Grade C - in accordance with rule 312. (b) For all horses born on or after 1st January 2012 - in accordance with Rule 312. Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers First Round competitions in any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in a Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). To obtain a double clear qualification, even if the horse is the only clear round, it must jump a jump-off round and jump clear to gain a double clear round. Prizes:  1st:£75.00, 2nd: £55.00, 3rd: £40.00, 4th: £25.00, 5th: £20.00, 6th: £20.00 Entry Fee = £20.00 Class 2 Area Trial Rule 293. Table A9. Speed 375mpm. Start Height 1.50m. DRAWN ORDER In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered horses in Grades A & B to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior members. This competition may not be restricted to invited riders or limited to less than 40 entries.

Qualifies for: The Queen Elizabeth II Cup at the BHS Royal International Horse Show. Numbers to qualify: The top 20 riders on the Area/International Trials points list, for the period 1 April - 30 September. Points will be awarded to riders placed 6th= or higher in Area Trials on the following scale; riders placed equal will share equally the total points attributable to the combined placings (for example, four riders placed 4th equal receive: 8+4+2+0 divided by 4 = 3.5 points each). 1st 64 points 2nd 32 points 3rd 16 points 4th 8 points 5th 4 points 6th 2 points Points are awarded to each rider as the result of his/her best six results on points in Area Trials held during the qualifying period. Visiting Members are eligible to compete in Area Trial competitions, but will not be awarded points.

20 For the purposes only of calculating points, the placings of Visiting Members will be disregarded and points will be awarded to the remaining competitors according to their adjusted placings once this has been done. Rule 290.15 - Pre-Entry Drawn Order Pre-entries may possibly be accepted before 9.00am providing that the number of entries are less than 60 (with the exception of County shows). Once entries reach 60 before 9.00am the class will be closed. Any entries taken on the day must compete first in the drawn order.

Prizes:  1st: £1,000.00, 2nd: £800.00, 3rd: £600.00, 4th: £350.00, 5th: £175.00, 6th: £75.00, 7th: £75.00 Entry Fee = £55.00 Class 3 Senior 1.10m Open Table A7. Speed 325mpm. Start Height 1.10m. For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Prizes: 1st: £75.00, 2nd: £55.00, 3rd: £40.00, 4th: £30.00, 5th: £25.00 Entry Fee = £20.00 Class 4 Equitop Myoplast Senior Foxhunter First Round/Grade C Rule 310. Table A7. Speed 350mpm. Start Height 1.20m. First place rosette kindly sponsored by Equitop Myoplast Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Foxhunter section: (a) For registered horses in Grade C - in accordance with rule 310. (b) For all registered horses born on or after 1 January 2011 - in accordance with rule 310 Four double clears will qualify for the Senior Foxhunter Second Rounds. Qualifying period: 1st June-31st May inclusive.

Those horses that have qualified for the Senior Foxhunter Championship in 2018 are not eligible for qualification to the 2019 Championship. Grade C section: For registered horses in Grade C ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Prizes:  1st: £200.00, 2nd: £145.00, 3rd: £100.00, 4th: £70.00, 5th: £50.00, 6th: £35.00 Entry Fee = £30.00

21 Class 5 Grades B&C Handicap Rule 284. Table A7. Speed 350mpm. Start Heights 1.30m / 1.25m. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered horses in Grades B & C ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Horses will be permitted to jump in the larger section of the handicap competition without penalty. Horses may only be entered in one section. Prizes:  1st: £250.00, 2nd: £200.00, 3rd: £125.00, 4th: £90.00, 5th: £70.00, 6th: £35.00 Entry Fee = £35.00 Class 6 KBIS Insurance Senior British Novice-First Round Rule 316. Single Phase. Speed 325mpm. Start Height 90cm. First place rosette kindly sponsored by KBIS Insurance In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. a) For Horses in Grade C in accordance with Rule 316. b) For all horses born on or after 1 January 2014 irrespective of points in accordance with Rule 316.

Qualifies for: KBIS Insurance British Novice Championship - Second Round. Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four KBIS Insurance British Novice First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in and attend four KBIS Insurance British Novice Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A rules (Rule 191). Horses in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain a double clear round qualification Prizes:  1st: £50.00, 2nd: £35.00, 3rd: £25.00, 4th: £20.00, 5th: £20.00 Entry Fee = £17.00 Class 7 National 1.30m Open Rule 306. Single Phase. Speed 375mpm. Start Height 1.30m. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Open to registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate and Junior Members. Qualifies for: The British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st July-30th June.

Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify. Double clear qualifications will not be obtained from competitions comprised of a single round. Prizes:  1st: £300.00, 2nd: £200.00, 3rd: £150.00, 4th: £125.00, 5th: £85.00, 6th: £45.00 Entry Fee = £40.00

22 Class 8 Nupafeed Supplements Senior Discovery-First Round Rule 314. Single Phase. Speed 325mpm. Start Height 1.00m. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. a) For Horses in Grade C in accordance with Rule 314. b) For all horses born on or after 1 January 2013 irrespective of points - in accordance with Rule 314. Qualifies for: Nupafeed Supplements Discovery Championship Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those horses that jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four First Round competitions held in any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in and attend four Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Horses in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain a double clear round qualification. Prizes:  1st: £50.00, 2nd: £35.00, 3rd: £25.00, 4th: £20.00, 5th: £20.00 Entry Fee = £17.00 Class 9 Senior 1.05m Open Table A4. Speed 325mpm. Start Height 1.05m. DRAWN ORDER For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Prizes: 1st: £50.00, 2nd: £35.00, 3rd: £25.00, 4th: £20.00, 5th: £20.00 Entry Fee = £17.00 Sunday Show Jumping Class 10 Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers-First Round Rule 312. Single Phase. Speed 325mpm. Start Height 1.10m. First place rosette kindly sponsored by Connolly’s RED MILLS In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. (a) For registered horses in Grade C in accordance with rule 312. (b) For all horses born on or after 1st January 2012 in accordance with Rule 312. Qualifies for: Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers Second Round. Qualifying period 1st June - 31st May inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers First Round competitions in any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in a Connolly’s

23 RED MILLS Senior Newcomers Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). To obtain a double clear qualification, even if the horse is the only clear round, it must jump a jump-off round and jump clear to gain a double clear round. Prizes:  1st: £75.00, 2nd: £55.00, 3rd: £40.00, 4th: £25.00, 5th: £20.00, 6th: £20.00 Entry Fee = £20.00 Class 11 Equitop Myoplast Senior Foxhunter First Round/Grade C Rule 310. Table A7. Speed 350mpm. Start Height 1.20m. First place rosette kindly sponsored by Equitop Myoplast Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Foxhunter section: (a) For registered horses in Grade C - in accordance with rule 310. (b) For all registered horses born on or after 1 January 2011- in accordance with rule 310. Four double clears will qualify for the Senior Foxhunter Second Rounds. Qualifying period: 1st June-31st May inclusive.

Those horses that have qualified for the Senior Foxhunter Championship in 2018 are not eligible for qualification to the 2019 Championship. Grade C section: For registered horses in Grade C ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Prizes:  1st: £200.00, 2nd: £145.00, 3rd: £100.00, 4th: £70.00, 5th: £50.00, 6th: £35.00 Entry Fee = £30.00 Class 12 Senior 1.10m Open Single Phase. Speed 325mpm. Start Height 1.10m. For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Prizes: 1st: £75.00, 2nd: £55.00, 3rd: £40.00, 4th: £30.00, 5th: £25.00 Entry Fee = £20.00

24 Class 13 International Stairway Rule 291. Table A9. Speed 400mpm. Start Height 1.50m. DRAWN ORDER In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Horses in Grade A to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. This competition may not be restricted to invited riders or limited to less than 40 entries. Points will be awarded to riders placed 8th= or higher on the following scale; riders placed equal will share equally the total points attributable to the combined placings (for example, four riders placed 4th equal receive 7+6+5+4 divided by 4 = 5.5 points each) 1st 12 points 2nd 9 points 3rd 8 points 4th 7 points 5th 6 points 6th 5 points 7th 4 points 8th 3 points In the event of equality of League Points at the end of the series, the highest placed competitor on equal points in the International Stairway League Final (British Showjumping National Championships, National Agricultural & Exhibition Centre) will be the winner of the League. The winner of the International Stairway League must be a starter in the International Stairway League Final. In addition the winner of the International Stairway League Final will be crowned the British Showjumping National champion for a twelve month period.

There will be 3 HOYS Wildcards allocated after the International Stairway League Final. The allocation of Wild Cards (N.B Wild Cards will only be awarded to riders currently eligible to compete on a Great Britain Showjumping Team) will be made in the following order of preference: 1. To the winner of the International Stairway League (must have started in the Stairway League Final) 2. To the winner of the International Stairway League Final 3. To the winner of the National Championship Show League Should the winner of any of the above not be eligible to compete on a Great Britain Showjumping Team or have already qualified for HOYS via an International invitation, the Wildcard will go down the line to the next eligible rider on the respective league, or placing if in the International Stairway League Final.

Sponsorship: Prize fund 50% funded by the British Showjumping Business Partnership. Saddlery/Tack & Spurs to conform to FEI rules & regulations. Rule 290.15 - Pre-Entry Drawn Order Pre-entries may possibly be accepted before 9.00am providing that the number of entries are less than 60 (with the exception of County shows). Once entries reach 60 before 9.00am the class will be closed. Any entries taken on the day must compete first in the drawn order. Prizes:  1st: £2,500.00, 2nd: £1,750.00, 3rd: £1,250.00, 4th: £950.00, 5th: £500.00, 6th: £300.00, 7th: £150.00, 8th: £100.00 Entry Fee = £85.00

25 Class 14 Grades B&C Handicap Rule 284. Table A7. Speed 350mpm. Start Heights 1.30m / 1.25m. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered horses in Grades B & C ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Horses will be permitted to jump in the larger section of the handicap competition without penalty. Horses may only be entered in one section. Prizes:  1st: £250.00, 2nd: £200.00, 3rd: £125.00, 4th: £90.00, 5th: £70.00, 6th: £35.00 Entry Fee = £35.00 Class 15 National 1.30m Open Rule 306. Single Phase. Speed 375mpm. Start Height 1.30m. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Open to registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate and Junior Members. Qualifies for: The British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st July-30th June.

Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify. Double clear qualifications will not be obtained from competitions comprised of a single round. Prizes:  1st: £300.00, 2nd: £230.00, 3rd: £150.00, 4th: £125.00, 5th: £55.00, 6th: £40.00 Entry Fee = £40.00

26 Heavy Horses The Heavy Horse In Hand Classes are kindly sponsored by Fullers Brewery. PLEASE NOTE. The Heavy Horse schedule has been set in order to encompass Competitor’s requests to be able to enter as many classes as they can during the Show. All horses must be entered in the name of the Owner, and proof of ownership produced if requested. Failure to produce adequate proof if requested will result in prize money being withheld until ownership is established. Names of animals must be given at the time of entering and clearly written on the entry form submitted. Nominations will not be accepted.

The Committee reserve the right to refuse any entry without assigning any reason. Animals that behave in an uncontrollable or hazardous manner in the opinion of a Judge or Association Official, may be required to leave the Showground. No person other than the Ring Stewards, any Authorised Official, or Competitors, shall be in any of the rings. Competitors shall not have any communication with the Judges whilst in the ring, unless approached by the above Officials. The use of sawdust above the knee, of resin, soap or other substance in any form or way designed to give an artificial appearance, according or any other improper means adopted in showing an animal, shall disqualify such an animal.

Any person wishing to make an objection should put it in writing and sign it. It should be lodged with the Chief Ring Steward, together with the sum of £100. If, in the opinion of the Stewards, the objection is found to be frivolous, the £100 will be forfeited however, if the objection is upheld, the £100 will be refunded. In both cases, the decision of the Stewards is final. In the event of the infringement of the above rules the Stewards have the authority to order the offender to leave the ring. This may result in the forfeiting of any monies. It is requested that all handlers and grooms be properly dressed when entering the ring i.e. hat, jacket, tie etc.

27 Heavy Horse In-Hand Classes Official In hand rules will apply. £55 starting grant for each horse forward, payable by BACS after the Show. Classes to commence at 08.30 and to be finished by 10.00 Ring 5 Mr Paul Bower (Judge) Class 16 Gelding, any breed 3 years old and over Entry Fee: £10 Sponsor: Fullers Brewery Ring: Ring 5 Timing: 8.30, Saturday Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 Class 17 Mare, any breed, 3 years old and over Entry Fee: £10 Sponsor: Fullers Brewery Ring: Ring 5 Timing: to follow In Hand Gelding, Saturday Followed by Heavy Horse in Hand Championship Saturday Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 Class CH18 Champion In-Hand Heavy Horse Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes Class SP19  Shire Horse Society Spoon and Rosette for the best Shire mare or filly exhibited in the Heavy Horse In Hand Classes.For members of the Shire Horse Society. The offer of a Spoon is subject to the Shire Horse Society Special Conditions of Offer.

28 Purebred Ridden Heavy Horse The Horse to be judged on type,ride,manners and conformation. The Horse should be sound,of breed type,have substance,good bone,correct conformation,presence and true action.The horse must be entered in the name and ownership they are registered in. Timing Ring 5 Saturday 16.30pm Mrs Brigit Ensten (Ride); Mr Paul Bower (Conformation) Class 20 Purebred Ridden Heavy Horse Open to Horses 4 years old and over This is a qualifier for the Kilmannan Ridden Heavy Horse Championship at Equifest. For forses four years old and over certified British Bred and registered in the main British Stud Book of Shire,Clydesdale,Suffolk or Percheron at the time of qualification. Qualification can be awarded to 3rd place.Qualifying horses will receive a Kilmannan Qualifier Rosette and Prize Card. The Kilmannan Junior Qualifier Card to be presented to the highest placed junior rider aged between 14 and under 21 at August 2018. There must be a minium of three entries forward on the day to enable the qualifier to be presented. Qualification not to be awarded below third place.

To be judges under British Ridden Heavy Horse Society rules. Entry Fee £10 Prize:1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 Heavy Horse Harness Classes £55 starting grant for each horse forward, payable by BACS after the Show Horses to be shown in Traditional Show Harness Judged Saturday Ring 5 at 14.45pm Mr Paul Bower (Judge) Class 21 Mare or gelding, any breed, any height, judged on a basis - 50% horse, 50% harness. Entry Fee: £10 Ring: Ring 5 Timing: 14.45 Saturday Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Harness Classes Class T22 The Peden Perpetual Trophy (001) for the best entry in the Harness Class

29 Heavy Horse Turnouts (Saturday) The whole turnout must be suitable for the trade it represents. Points will be awarded as follows: 50% horses, 25% vehicles and harness, 25% manners. Entry is free for Saturday Turnouts. Mr Paul Bower (Judge) Class 23 Single Horse Farm Turnout Timing: Saturday @ 11.15am, Ring 5 Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 £125 starting grant for each turnout forward, payable by BACS after the Show Class 24 Pairs - Trade Turnout Prejudging 12.20, Ring 5 prior to Main Arena 13:00pm until 13:45pm Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 £125 starting grant for each turnout forward, payable by BACS after the Show. Class 25 Farm, Pairs Timing: Saturday @ 15.45 Ring 5 Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 £125 starting grant for each turnout forward, payable by BACS after the Show Trophies and Special Awards for Saturday Heavy Horse Turnouts Class T26 The Overton Challenge Cup (004) for the winner of the Single Horse Farm Turnout Class presented by Mr and Mrs S Cooper Class T27 Golden Guinea Perpetual Challenge Trophy (005) for the best Farm Pair Turnout presented by JR Parkington and Co. Ltd Class SP28 Suffolk Horse Society offers a grant of £25 for each Suffolk forward in the Turnout classes

30 Heavy Horse Turnouts (Sunday) Entry is free for Sunday Turnouts Mr Paul Bower (Judge) Class 29 Heavy Horse Ladies Cart-Single Turnout in Harness with 2-wheeled vehicle driven by a lady. Traditional costume to be worn Timing: Sunday @ 9:00am Ring 5 Prizes: 1st £15, 2nd £10, 3rd £10 Class 30 Single Horse Trade Turnout Time:10.45, Ring 5 prior to Main Arena at 11.45 until 11.55am for Grand Parade Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 £125 starting grant for each turnout forward, payable by BACS after the Show Class 31 Trade and Farm, Teams Prejudging 14.20 pm, Ring 5 prior to Main Arena at 15.10pm until 16.00pm Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £10 £130 starting grant for each turnout forward, payable by BACS after the Show Class CH32 Heavy Horse Championship for the winners of Saturday and Sunday Turnout Competitions Ring: Main Arena Timing : To follow Trade and Farm Teams on Sunday Prizes: 1st £15 2nd £10 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes Trophies and Special Awards for Heavy Horses Class T33 The Shefford Silver Challenge Cup (006) for the best turned out of the Heavy Horse Championship for the winners of Saturday and Sunday Turnout Competitions presented by Mr W Liddiard

31 Hackneys Hackney classes are held under the rules and regulations of the Hackney Horse Society. All horses/ponies must be registered in the studbook of the UK Hackney Horse Society or of a recognised Hackney Society Abroad, and all exhibitors, drivers and grooms must be members of the Hackney Horse Society. Minimum age of driver will be 14 years at date of show. Ponies eligible for a Novice Class may not have been a Novice Champion at the Annual National Breed Show or won the Novice of the year.Also they can only be a Novice for three seasons from the start of their first Show (not consecutive seasons) The Hackney Horse Society Championship Show is on 7th October 2018 at Houghton Hall Equestrian Centre Ring: Ring 5 Mrs A J F Loriston-Clarke MBE, Stockbridge Class 34 Novice Hackney Pony,Stallion,Mare or Gelding, 4yrs old or over not exceeding 143cms (14hh) Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £20 Timing Ring 5 @ 10.00am Saturday followed by Novice Hackney Horse Prizes 1st £60 2nd £40 3rd £20 4th £10 Class 35 Novice Hackney Horse,Stallion,Mare or Gelding 4 years old or over exceeding 143cms (14hh) Entry Fee Members £15.00 Non Members £20 Timing Ring 5 to follow class 33 Prizes 1st £60 2nd £40 3rd £20 4th £10 Class 36 Open Hackney Pony. Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over not exceeding 143cms. (14hh) This is a Qualifier for the Championship Show in October 2018 Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £20.00 Timing: Ring 5 @ 13.15pm followed by Open Hackney Horse Followed by Hackney Horse Championship Prizes: 1st £60 2nd £40 3rd £20 4th £10

32 Class 37 Open Hackney Horse. Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over exceeding 143 cms (14hh) This is a Qualifier for the Championship Show in October 2018 Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £20.00 Timing: Ring 5 follow on from above class Prizes: 1st £60 2nd £40 3rd £20 4th £10 Class CH38 Hackney Championship Timing: to follow Open Hackney Horse Prizes: 1st £60 2nd £40 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes Trophies and Special Awards for Hackneys Class T39 The Ellen Peters Perpetual Challenge Cup (010) for the winner of the Hackney Championship presented by Pauline Peters Class SP40 Hackney Horse Society Rosette for the Winner in Open Hackney Horse Class SP41 Hackney Horse Society Rosette for the Winner in Open Hackney Pony Coaching Classes The Coaching Classes are kindly sponsored by Thimbleby and Shorland. For teams of horses, 4 years old and over, 15.2hh and over, to be driven to a private, road or regimen­ tal coach.

Entries to the Combined Coaching Classes will be limited to 10 teams. Coaching Marathon Collection and preliminary judging will take place in the stable area at approximately 10.45 Saturday, followed by a road marathon of approximately 6 miles. Final judging will take place in the Main Arena on return 13.55 In the event of less than 3 road coaches forward, the classes will be amalgamated and only the Cham­ pionship will be held. Entries will be limited to 10 coaches due to Health & Saftey Horn Blowing Competition will be held during the Coaching Marathon on Saturday and the awards will be made in the Main ring after the final coaching Judging on Saturday. A Ladies Coaching class will be held on Sunday ,Preliminary Judging will take place in the stable area at appox.9.15am.Final Judging will take place during the coaching parade in the main ring at 10.15.

Ring: Main Ring Mr John Peacock, Chelmsford (Judge) Sponsor: Thimbleby and Shorland.

33 Class 42 Coaching - Road 1st £100, 2nd £75, 3rd £50, 4th £25, 5th £25, 6th £25 A Grant of £300 for each team that parades on both days. Class 43 Coaching - Private 1st £100, 2nd £75, 3rd £50, 4th £25, 5th £25, 6th £25 A Grant of £300 for each team that parades on Both days Class 44 Coaching - Ladies 1st £100, 2nd £75, 3rd £50, 4th £25, 5th £25, 6th £25 A Grant of £300 for each team that parades on both days Class CH45 Coaching Marathon Championship Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes Trophies and Special Awards for Coaching Marathon Class T46 The Ann Munt Perpetual Challenge Trophy (007) for the winner of the Coaching Marathon Champion­ ship Class 47 Hornblowing Competition Rosette for Senior and Rosette for Junior Class T48 The Best Hornblower Trophy (024) Class T49 The Ladies Challenge Trophy “ One of the Ladies” presented by the Dance Family (025)

34 Scurry Driving To be run under the current year Scurry Driving Association rules. Drivers and sponsors must be members of the Scurry Driving Association. Ponies must be registered with the Association. Drivers and Ponies must have qualified for these Championships through the Series. Ponies must be four years old or over and be driven to a suitable four wheeled vehicle. A perpetual trophy will be presented to the Championship Winner and prize money and rosettes The two preceding classes will determine the running order in the British National Scurry Driving Championships Sponsored by NSR Communications P G Litchfield Esq, Reading (Judge); P. Walker Esq, Watford (Judge) Class 50 Championship. Pair of ponies not exceeding 122 cms Entry Fee: £16 Timing: Ring 5 @ 9:45am, Sunday Prizes: 1st £80 2nd £60 3rd £45 4th £35 5th £25 6th £20 Class 51 Championship. Pair of ponies exceeding 122 cms, not exceeding 148 cms Entry Fee: £16 Timing: Ring 5 @ 12.00am Sunday (11.35 until 12.35 Main Arena for British National Scurry Championship) Prizes: 1st £80 2nd £60 3rd £45 4th £35 5th £25 6th £20 Class CH52 British National Scurry Driving Championship Ring: Main Arena Timing:14:10 to 15:10 Sunday Prizes: 1st £250 2nd £200 3rd £100 4th £50 5th £30 6th £20 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes Trophies and Special Awards for Scurry Driving Class T53 British National Scurry Driving Championship Trophy (009) for The Champion presented by Scurry Driving Association

35 Private Driving The Private Driving is kindly sponsored by Thimbleby and Shorland. Horse or pony,four years old or over, driven to a traditional or traditional type vehicle. Pneumatic tyred vehicles, trade turnouts and show wagons are not eligible. Hard Hat Ruling All drivers/grooms/passengers under the age of 14 years must wear a correctly fitted hard hat when in a carriage or in attendance to a turnout. Young Drivers The driver must be aged 10 years or over on the first day of the show at which they are to compete. A driver under the age of 18 must be accompanied in the vehicle by a competent and responsible person aged 18 years or over, a “responsible adult”. Proof of age will be required if necessary. It is the responsibility of the owner/driver (if over 18) or (if the owner/ driver is under 18) the responsible adult to ensure that his/her groom/s is/are competent for the purpose of attending to the turnout and aged 10 or over on the day of the show. When in the vehicle grooms, passenger/s and driver must have their feet firmly on the floor of the vehicle or use a suitable fixed footrest. This regulation applies at all times and in all areas on the showground.

These classes are qualifiers for the 2019 Osborne Refrigerators BDS National Championships (provisionally at Driving Addington). The highest placed turnout owned and driven by a member of the British Driving Society and eligible for Type-Sections, disregarding those already qualified down to 6th place in the class will qualify for the 2018 semi-finals. The Championship will immediately follow the semi-finals. Horse or pony driven to a traditional or traditional type vehicle. Pneumatic tyred vehicles, trade turnouts and show wagons are not eligible.

Type-Section/s a. Single hackney-type-over 13.2hh b. Single hackney-type-13.2hh & under i. Pairs & Tandems-Open.Any height Sponsor: Thimbleby & Shorland Mrs Mary Ford, Fordingbridge (Judge) Rosettes to 6 places Class 54 Open Private Driving Pairs, Tandems and Singles 13.2 hh and under Qualifier for the 2018 Osborne Refrigerators BDS National Championship Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £20.00 Timing: Ring 5 @ 15:15 Sunday Prizes: 1st £60 2nd £40 3rd £20 4th £10

36 Class 55 Open Private Driving - Pairs, Tandems and Singles over 13.2hh Qualifier for the 2018 Osborne Refrifgerators BDS National Championship Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £20.00 Timing: Ring 5 @ 16:15pm, Sunday Followed by Championship Prizes: 1st £60 2nd £40 3rd £20 4th £10 Class CH56 Private Driving Championship Timing: to follow Open Private Driving over 13.2hh. Prizes: 1st £60 2nd £40 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes Trophies and Special Awards for Private Driving Class T57 The Mayfield Challenge Trophy (008) for the Champion Welsh Cob in the over 13.2hh class presented by Mrs C Sheerman

37 Light Horse Unless otherwise stated entry Fees and Prizes for all of the Light Horse classes are as follows:- Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Open Ridden Hunters - R.H.I.S 2018 Run under the Sports Horse Breeding (GB) current year rules Classes 57-59, 73-74, all owners, riders & horses need to be fully registered to SHB(GB) (see SHB(GB) rules section 16.) Day Ticket = £30 (this entitles competitors to compete at a maximum of 1 show in the year - it covers owner and rider membership together with horse registration for that show). If the class is a qualifying class for RIHS, in order for the qualification to be valid, application for full owner/rider membership and horse registration must be received in the SHB(GB) office within 14 days.

Saturday Main Ring Timing 8.00am Class 58 Lightweight Hunter. Mare or gelding, four years or over capable of carrying up to 79.5kg (12 stone 7 pounds) Entry Fee: Members £27.00 Non Members £34.00 Including £9 Levy Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Class 59 Middleweight Hunter. Mare or gelding, four years or over capable of carrying 79.5kg (12 stone 7 pounds) and not exceeding 98kgs (14 stone) Entry Fee: Members £27.00 Non Members £34.00 Including £9 Levy Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Class 60 Heavyweight Hunter. Mare or gelding, four years or over capable of carrying over 89kg (14 stone) Entry Fee: Members £27.00 Non Members £34.00 Including £9 Levy Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Class CH61 Open Ridden Hunter Championship Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes

38 Cobs (Open) Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association. Competitors and Horses must be registered or have temporary membership with a Day Ticket.Horses registered with the Association must be Owned,Exhibited and Ridden by current BSHA Members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form. Day Tickets Non-members may purchase up to a maximum of 2 Day Tickets per Exhibitor, per Horse per season. A Day Ticket will allow entry into Novice, Amateur, Young Rider, Home Produced, Working,In Hand and Open Affiliated classes only but will not allow entry into RIHS or HOYS Qualifying classes. Horses registered on a Day Ticket do not require a JMB height certificate. Competitors can apply for a Day Ticket by downloading an application form from the BSHA website.

Novice Hack, Cob, Maxi Cob and Riding Horse. A Novice is a BSHA-registered Hack, Cob, Maxi Cob or Riding Horse that has not won a first prize of £35 or more, or more than a total of £250 (including Championship Prize Money) in any showing classes excluding Working Show Horses, Best Trained, Pairs, Side Saddle, or In-Hand classes that were Affiliated to the Association, at home or abroad, prior to 1st January in the current year. If the category has changed from a Hack to a Riding Horse or vice versa, it may not revert back to a Novice if it has won a first prize of £35 or more than a total of £250 (including Championship Prize Money) in any showing classes that were Affiliated to the Association at home or abroad prior to 1st January in the current year. Winnings as a four year old are exempt, unless that four year old has won an Open Ridden class with a first prize of £35 or more. Snaffle bridles may be worn for Novice classes. Novice animals must be Registered with the British Show Horse Association or Exhibitors must have purchased a ‘Day Ticket’ in order to compete in Novice classes.Animals which have been placed first either the Royal International Horse Show,Horse of the Year Show in any ridden class,BSHA or otherwise,are ineligible to compete Novice Hack,Cob,Maxi Cob or Riding Horse classes. Horses competing in the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain classes at their Affiliated Shows cannot compete in Hack,Cobs and Riding Horse classes at the same show on the same day and vice versa.This does not apply to SHB(GB) Ridden Sports classes Ring 2 Time 8.30am Mr Paul Scott, Bicester (Ride) Rosettes to 6 places Class 62 Working Show Horse. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Not eligible for the Championship Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £22.00 Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £15 4th £10 5th £5 Working Show Horse: Open to Hacks,Cobs,Maxi Cobs and Riding Horse,mare or gelding four years old and over,exceeding 148cms.Competitors and horses must be registered with the BSHA or have temporay membership with a day ticket.Riders must be 15 years of age or older.

39 The class is a qualifier for SEIB Working Show Horse of the Year Final,to be held at the BSHA National Championship Show. The two highest placed horses in the top five,not already qualified,in each Open Working Show Horse class,will qualify for the Final,no Horse placed lower than fifth will qualify. Any Horse which is a Grade B Showjumper,Intermediate Eventer, or above, as at the 1st January of the current year,is not eligible to compete in any Working Show Horse Class. A rider may ride up to two horses in the jumping phase but then must select one horse to take through the Ride and Confirmation phases (if required).No change of rider is allowed. For furher conditions of entry,please refer to the BSHA Rule Book 2018,available online,together with all Registration Forms at www.britishshowhorse.org Those Shows held after the 2018 National Championship Show will carry the qualification(s) forward to 2019 Class 63 Novice Cob. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms Please see previously stated rules re Novices, or Rule 7E in the 207 BSHA Rule Book Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £22.00 Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £15 4th £10 5th £5 Class 64 Lightweight Cob Mare or gelding 4 years old and oveer, exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 155cms ,capable of carrying up to 14 stone Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £22.00 Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £15 4th £10 5th £5 Class 65 Heavyweight Cob. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, capable of carrying more then 14 stone exceeding 148cms and not exceeding 155cms Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £22.00 Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £15 4th £10 5th £5 Class 66 Amateur Cob, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148 cms Open to horses that are owned by an amateur and ridden by an amateur who need not be the owner of the horse. See Rule 7A BSHA Rule Book 2018 for definition of amateur. Entry Fee: Members £15.00 Non Members £22.00 Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £15 4th £10 5th £5

40 Trophies and Special Awards for Cobs (Open) The BSHA offer a Novice,Young Rider and Amateur rosette in each Open class and a Championship rosette for each section (with the exception of Open Working Show Horse) The Association will also award an Amateur Home Produced rosette in all Affiliated Open Cob classes. These rosettes have been kindly sponsored by TSG, Mr L Turley and the Maxi Cob rosettes have been kindly sponsored by Mr & Mrs E McCourt. The awards will go down the line; there is no limit on how many of these rosettes can be claimed in a year. Class SP67 British Show Horse Association Rosette for the best Novice in the Lightweight Cob class Class SP68 British Show Horse Association Rosette for the best Young Rider in the Lightweight Cob class Class SP69 British Show Horse Association Rosette for the best Amateur in the Lightweight Cob class Class SP70 British Show Horse Association Rosette for the best Novice in the Heavyweight Cob class Class SP71 British Show Horse Association Rosette for the best Young Rider in the Heavyweight Cob class Class SP72 British Show Horse Association Rosette for the best Amateur in the Heavyweight Cob class Class CH73 Cobs (Open) Championship (of Amateur, Novice, Lightweight and Heavyweight ) Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes

41 Working Hunters (Open) To be run under 2018 SHB(GB) Rules A mare, gelding or stallion (competing stallions must have a red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail) four years old and over exceeding 148cm (14.2hh approx) to be judged in accordance with the rules herein set out. Grade A Show-jumpers and Advanced Event horses are not eligible to compete in these Classes. Any horse which has qualified as a Grade A 6 Show Jumper or Advanced Event Horse as at 1st January in the current year is not eligible to compete in Working Hunter classes. The maximum total points available is 100. This is made up of: Jumping points=Max 40 points, Style & Presence whilst Jumping=Max 20 points, Ride/Manners = Max 20 points, Conformation = Max 20 points. Fences to be a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 12 in number and a maximum height of 1.14m (3ft 9ins) at the discretion of the Judges. Fences should have a natural appearance and not be easily dislodged. No un-numbered obstacle can be included in the course. The manner of going to be taken into account. No change of rider or tack will be allowed (unless a horse is ridden under side-saddle, in which case, in order to allow the judge to ride, the saddle may be changed for the riding phase only). A rider can ride up to two horses in the jumping phase but then must select only one horse to take forward into the ride and conformation section if so required (no change of rider is allowed). A skull cap or hat and safety harness according to the current approved BSI or European Standard must be worn by ALL competitors in the jumping phase of Working Hunter Classes. Skull caps must have a navy blue or black cover. No hind boots or bandages of any description are allowed in the collecting ring, warm up or in the actual class. On completion of the jumping phase all clear rounds and any other horses the judges may require should be asked to return to the ring. If a horse positively stops, ceases to go forwards at any time during its jumping round, or turns its quarters to a fence, or has a complete turnaround these constitute refusals. If a horse jumps the incorrect fence out of a pen or lane it will be eliminated. Horses displaying continued disobedience, or horses leaving the ring whether mounted or dismounted will be eliminated.

First Refusal 15 Second Refusal 20 Third Refusal Elimination Jumping Knockdown 10 (BSJA Rules apply for the definition of a knockdown) Fall of Horse or Rider Elimination Where there are two classes scheduled, the division of weights should be: Lightweight Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying 14 stone and under. Heavyweight Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying over 14 stone. Horses with minus scores may not be required for the second phase of the classat the discretion of the judge. Under no circumstances should a horse with a minus score be in a qualifying position.

If Shows wish, in order to save time, they can use two Judges, one of whom would judge the conformation and need not necessarily be on the Ridden Hunter Panel. It is suggested that the Judge of the Hunter Breeding Classes be asked to judge the conformation of the Working Hunter Class while the other Judge is judging the ride. Horses must not be ridden by the Judge in the same ring and at the same time as other horses are jumping. Suitable fences of natural appearance must be available. Judges will not jump horses in

42 Working Hunter Classes. Where there is a separate Judge for the conformation, marks should be divided equally, ie: a total of 40 points are awarded for Ride/Manners and Conformation. If there are two judges, Judge A awards a maximum score of 20 for Ride/Manners, & Judge B awards a maximum score of 20 for conformation. In the event of a tie in marks, the conformation mark will take precedence, followed by the ride mark, followed by the style mark. Rosettes to 6 places Timing - Saturday in Ring 2 after the Cob Championship Class 74 Lightweight Working Hunter, mare or gelding, four years old and over,exceeding 148cms Mare,gelding or stallion,4 years old and over,exceeding 148cms,capable of carring 79.5 kgs (12 stone 7lbs) and under.Small Hunters to be included in this catergory Entry Fee: Members £26.00 Non Members £33.00 Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Class 75 Heavyweight Working Hunter, mare or gelding, four years or over 148cm Mare ,gelding or stallion,4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms,capable of carrying over 79.7 kgs (12 stone 7lbs).Middleweight Hunters to be included in this category Failure to jump in the correct catergory will result in elimination Entry Fee: Members £26.00 Non Members £33.00 Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Working Hunters (Open) Class T76 The Soley Farm Stud Perpetual Silver Challenge Cup (012) for the winner of the Working Hunters Championship presented by Mr and Mrs Justin Hayward Class SP77 The Cleveland Bay Horse Society Rosette. Eligible entrants must quote their CBHS registration number to qualify for the rosette. For the best pure or part bred Cleveland Bay placed not lower than fifth in the Lightweight Working Hunter Class Class SP78 The Cleveland Bay Horse Society Rosette. Eligible entrants must quote their CBHS registration number to qualify for the rosette. For the best pure or part bred Cleveland Bay placed not lower than fifth in the Heavyweight Working Hunter Class

43 Class CH79 Working Hunters Championship Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes BSPS WHP This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS), and all persons entering, competing, showing or otherwise taking part in BSPS classes, whether or not members of the BSPS, are subject to the Rules of the BSPS, including the disciplinary procedures, and shall be deemed to have consented to the jurisdiction of the BSPS. Owners and Riders must be BSPS members and the pony registered with the BSPS to compete. BSPS Championship Show This Show is a qualifier for the BSPS Championship Show to be held at the Arena UK. The first and second prize-winners in each class will qualify providing the pony is registered in accordance with BSPS Rule 23.

Class 81 Open Nursery Stakes Mare or gelding, four years old or over, not exceeding 133cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1 January in the current year Class 82 BSPS Open Working Hunter Pony Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, not exceeding 133cms Four years old or over, not exceeding 133cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 14th birthday before 1 January in the current year. Class 83 BSPS Open Working Hunter Pony Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, exceeding 133cms but not exceeding 143cms Four years old or over, exceeding 133cms but not exceeding 143cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1 January in the current year.

Class 84 BSPS Open Working Hunter Pony Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, exceeding 143cms but not exceeding 153cms Four years old or over, exceeding 143cms but not exceeding 153cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1 January in the current year.

44 Class 85 BSPS Open Intermediate Working Hunter Pony Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 158cms. Four years old or over, exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 158cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1 January in the current year. BSPS WHP & SHP Lead Rein and First Ridden This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS), and all persons entering, competing, showing or otherwise taking part in BSPS classes, whether or not members of the BSPS, are subject to the Rules of the BSPS, including the disciplinary procedures, and shall be deemed to have consented to the jurisdiction of the BSPS. Owners and Riders must be BSPS members and the pony registered with the BSPS to compete. Class 86 BSPS Lead Rein Pony of Hunter Type, Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, not exceeding 122cms Four years old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1 January in the current year. Class 87 BSPS First Ridden Pony of Show Hunter Type, Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, not exceeding 122cms.

Four years old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 10th birthday before the 1 January in the current year. BSPS SHP This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS), and all persons entering, competing, showing or otherwise taking part in BSPS classes, whether or not members of the BSPS, are subject to the Rules of the BSPS, including the disciplinary procedures, and shall be deemed to have consented to the jurisdiction of the BSPS. Owners and Riders must be BSPS members and the pony registered with the BSPS to compete. Class 88 BSPS Open Pony of Show Hunter Type, Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, not exceeding 122cms.

Four years old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1 January in the current year.

45 Class 89 BSPS Open Pony of Show Hunter Type, Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, exceeding 122cms but not exceeding 133cms. Four years old or over, exceeding 122cms but not exceeding 133cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 14th birthday before 1 January in the current year. Class 90 BSPS Open Pony of Show Hunter Type, Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, exceeding 133cms but not exceeding 143cms. Four years old or over, exceeding 133cms but not exceeding 143cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1 January in the current year.

Class 91 BSPS Open Pony of Show Hunter Type, Mare or Gelding. Four years old or over, exceeding 143cms but not exceeding 153cms. Four years old or over, exceeding 143cms but not exceeding 153cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1 January in the current year.

46 Retrained Racehorses Saturday Ring 4 In Hand at 8.00am followed by Ridden Miss Caroline Hurley, Nantwich (Ride); Mrs Amanda Bowlby, Wantage (Conformation) Class 92 RoR Open In Hand Show Series Qualifier (Formely TARRA)) Ring 4 8.00am Saturday Open to all RoR registered horses, 3yrs and over,fillies,mares and geldings. Horses that have raced abroad or been in training are also eligible. Blemishes caused through racing will be ignored. The first three horses will qualify. This class is a qualifier for the RoR OPEN in Hand Showing Series FINAL at the ROR National Championship Show at Aintree ,August 2019 Members £12.00 inc VAT each entry. Non-Members £18.00 inc VAT each entry. Rosettes 1st to 6th 1st £30 plus ROR jacket 2nd £20 3rd £10 4th £10 kindly given by ROR Class 93 The RoR Tattersalls Thoroughbred Ridden Show Series Qualifier 2017 Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4years old or over, any height. Riders must be 15 years or over on 1st January. Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or simple double bridle. Horses should be plaited. The first FOUR go forward to the championship at the Hickstead Derby Meeting in JUNE 2018 All entries MUST be registered and have RACED in GB. All those entering horses and/or participating in the show agree to be bound by the Retraining of Racehorses Rules and Regulations from time to time in force Racing injuries and blemishes are NOT ignored in this series For further details visit the RoR website www.ror.org.uk Please be aware that the show will split the class on the horse’s last run in a race (NH or Flat) or will provide 2 ride judges should the entries exceed 20. Please mark your entry form accordingly. Competitors must wear a safety/kite mark hard hat with a chinstrap.

Ring 4 after Class 79 Members £12.00 inc VAT each entry. Non-Members £18.00 inc VAT each entry. Prizes Rosettes 1st to 6th and Tesco Vouchers 1st to 4th 1st £60 plus voucher for jacket,2nd £40 3rd £20 4th £10 Veteran prize,£25 voucher to be redeemed from RoR office and qualification for the Vetran final at Aintree. Class SP94 Veteran prize, and qualification for the Veteran final at Aintree

47 Class 95 The ROR Jockey Club Novice Ridden Show Horse Class Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4years old or over, any height. To take part in this class, horses must NOT have won any open show class. (RoR, SEIB/HOYS qualifier or ROR Tattersalls Show Series Qalifier,Tarra Ridden,RoR Amateur Ridden Show Series Qualifier or any other open class except RoR TBA Challenge Show Series classes) Riders must be 15 years or over on 1st January. Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or simple double bridle. Horses should be plaited. The first three qualify to go forward to the championship at the Aintree in August 2019 All entries MUST be registered with be registered with the ROR and have RACED in GB. The class will be run under the rules of RoR. Horses will NOT be ridden by the judge; each horse to complete an individual show or no longer than 1 ½ minutes to include the following movements: Walk, Trot, Canter showing change of leg, extended canter, halt and stand, walk off on long rein. Horses will be stripped for conformation. All those entering horses and/or participating in the show agree to be bound by the Retraining of Racehorses Rules and Regulations from time to time in force. Please be aware that the show will split the class on the horse’s last run in a race (NH or Flat) should the entries exceed 20. Please mark your entry form accordingly. Competitors must wear a safety/kite mark hard hat with a chinstrap.

Racing injuries and blemishes are NOT ignored in this seriesFor further details visit the RoR website www.ror.org.uk Members £12.00 inc VAT each entry. Non-Members £18.00 inc VAT each entry. Prizes Rosette 1st to 6th and Vouchers 1st to 4th 1st £50 plus voucher for jacket,2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £10 Saturday Ring 4 after Class 80 Trophies and Special Awards For Retrained Racehorses Class SP96 The Worshipful Company of Farriers will award a rosette and an inscribed card to the winner in each class, a plaque to the overall winner and a plaque for the Registered Farrier responsible for the feet and shoeing Mr P J Martin (Judge) Class CH97 Retrained Racehorse Championship Champion and Reserve Rosettes

48 Olympia Anthony Evans SSADL Home Produced First Round Qualifier 2018 The Olympia Anthony Evans SSADL home produced first round qualifiers only are open to both members and non-members of SSADL. No spurs, galloping, wearing of face/body jewellery. Foals are NOT permitted SSADL classes. For in-hand classes- minimum age of handler = 9years old Stallions- either in hand or ridden classes, competitors MUST be 16 years of age or over. Grooms is required must be 16 years of age and over Competitors cannot enter the ring once the command of trot has been given. The same rider/handler/pony/horse combination must stay the same from first/ second round qualifiiers and grand final.

All competitors should aquaint themselves with SSADL rules before entering. SSADL rule book can be found at www.seniorshowinganddressage.co.uk 1St to 3rd in each class will receive a £10 voucher kindly sponsored by Anthony Evans Insurance SSADL qualification cards & keep sake prize cards 1st to 6th will be handed out in the ring at the time of presentation Competitors only need one qualification card per season in hand and/or ridden if already qualified this card must be handed down the line Next stage Olympia 2nd round qualifiers-you can only compete in the Olympia Anthony Evans SSADL Second Round Qualifiers, if you are a 2018 member and your animal is registered with SSADL Ltd and hold the 2018 membership/registration card. Once you have qualified at the First Round Qualifier and you have received an Acceptance card, only then may you compete in the Olympia Anthony Evans Second Round Qualifiers. The second round Champions will go on to compete at the Olympia Anthony Evans SSADL Home Produced Supreme Final at the London International Horse Show in December 2018. Once a competitor has qualified for the Olympia Grand Final they may continue to compete at any 2nd round qualifiers, but they will NOT be eligible to enter the Olympia Qualifying Championships. In this instance the second placed competitor will be eligible for this championship.

Once a competitor has qualified for Olympia in the Ridden section they are NOT allowed to qualify in the In-hand section and vice versa. Class 98 Mixed Age In-Hand Pony or Horse, 15 Years Old & Older Entry Fee:Members £22 Non Members £28 including £10 Levy 1st £30, 2nd £25, 3rd £20, 4th £15 Class 99 Mixed Age Ridden Pony or Horse 15 Years Old & Over Entry Fee:Members £22 Non Members £28 including £10 Levy 1st £30, 2nd £25, 3rd £20, 4th £15

49 Senior Showing & Dressage Ltd (2nd Round) The six winners from the below classes are required to go forward to the SSADL championship. The Champion will claim the Olympia ticket. If the champion has already qualified, qualification will be handed down the line to the next eligable competitor Note -once a competitor has qualified for olympia in the ridden section they are not allowed to qualify in the in hand section and vice versa. Olympia Anthony Evans SSADL second round qualfiers - Competitors competing in the Olympia Second Round Qualifier MUST hold a 2018 SSADL Acceptance Card along with their SSADL Rider/Handler/Pony Horse membership Card or a covering letter from the SSADL Head office . The same rider/handler/pony/horse combination Must have already qualified at one of the SSAD Ltd Olympia First Round Qualifiers. Competitors MUST produce both the above cards at the ring side before entry NO CARDS NO ENTRY No substitutions will be accepted. In order for a competitor to be eligible to compete at the Olympia Senor Showing Grand Final at Olympia ALL ponies/horses MUST meet the current FEI Vaccination Regulations. No substitutions will be accepted. All members MUST display the SSADL age badge pony/horse bridle, failure will result in disqualification. All stallions MUST wear the SSADL Stallion badge at all times.. No spurs, galloping, wearing of face/boby jewellery.Whips not to exceed 30 inches.Foals are not permitted in ssadl classes Foals are not permitted in ssadl classes In hand classes minium age of handler =9yrs Stallions- either in hand or ridden competitors must be over the age of 16 years. Ssadl age badges must be worn failure to do so will deen disqualfication - ssdl stallion badge to be worn at all times.

Foals are not permitted in ssadl classes In hand classes minium age of handler =9yrs Stallions- either in hand or ridden competitors must be over the age of 16 years. Competitors can not enter the ring once the command of trot has been given. Rider/ handler/pony/horse combination whether astride or side saddle must stay the same from first /second round/direct route qualfiers and grand final. All competitors should aquaint themselves with SSADL rules before entering for more in depth information go to www.seniorshowinganddressage.Co.Uk Mrs Jill Lang, Brechley (Judge) 1st £30.00, 2nd £25.00, 3rd £20.00, 4th £15.00 Class 100 Pre Senior In-Hand Pony or Horse 15-18 Year old Entry Fee:Members £22 Non Members £28 including £10 Levy 1st £30, 2nd £25, 3rd £20, 4th £15

50 Class 101 Senior In-Hand Pony or Horse 19-23 Years old Entry Fee:Members £22 Non Members £28 including £10 levy 1st £30, 2nd £25, 3rd £20, 4th £15 Class 102 Senior-Plus In-Hand Pony or Horse 24 Years old & Over Entry Fee:Members £22 Non Members £28 including £10 levy 1st £30, 2nd £25, 3rd £20, 4th £15 Class 103 Pre-Senior Ridden Pony or Horse 15-18 Year old Entry Fee:Members £22 Non Members £28 including £10 levy 1st £30, 2nd £25, 3rd £20, 4th £15 Class 104 Senior Ridden Pony or Horse 19-23 Years old Entry Fee:Members £22 Non Members £28 including £10 levy 1st £30, 2nd £25, 3rd £20, 4th £15 Class 105 Senior-Plus Ridden Pony or Horse 24 Years old & Over Entry Fee:Members £22 Non Members £28 including £10 levy 1st £30, 2nd £25, 3rd £20, 4th £15 Trophies and Special Awards Champion Senior Showing & Dressage Ltd Winners from the above classes 1St & 2nd prizwinners from classes 99-103 are required to go forward to the SSADL championship. The champion will claim the Olympia ticket. If the champion has already qualified, qualification will be handed down the line to the next eligable competitor Note -once a competitor has qualified for olympia in the ridden section they are not allowed to qualify in the in hand section and vice versa.

51 Coloured Horses and Ponies “This show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK). Affiliation No. 18007 Both owner and the rider/exhibitor need not be a member of CHAPS (UK) nor must the horse or pony be registered with CHAPS (UK) to compete. However in order to Qualify both Owner and Rider/Exhibitor need to be a current showing member and present their valid Qualifier card IN THE RING for signing by the judge. Members to apply in writing to CHAPS (UK) for appropriate qualifier card. This Show is a Qualifier for the 2019 CHAPS (UK) Championship Show - date TBC. PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE YOUR 2018 QUALIFIER CARD WITH YOU. APPLICATIONS FOR THIS AVAIALBLE FROM EARLY AUGUST. The following classes are CHAPS (UK) Qualifiers [Show Secretary to insert class numbers]. For full rulings and information on competition/qualification, please refer to the CHAPS (UK) Members’ Handbook; or visit www.chapsuk.com for rulings. All stallions, 4 years old and over entering these classes must be graded with CHAPS (UK). All stallions must wear Stallion ID Discs in the ring without exception. Saturday Ring 3/4 not before 2.30 Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Mrs J S Bryer, Yeovil (Judge) Class 107 Open Young Stock Qualifier 1, 2 or 3 year olds. No foals. Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 108 Non-Native open In-Hand Qualifier Any height, any age, no foals.

Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 109 Native/Cob/Traditional Open In-Hand Qualifier Any height, any age, no foals. Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 110 Non-Native Open Ridden Qualifier Any height Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10

52 Class 111 Native/Cob/Traditional Open Ridden Qualifier Any height Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class CH112 Coloures Horses & Ponies Championship Champion & Reserve Rosette Hunters This Show is affiliated to the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain. The Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain require all entries to register on the Basic Identity Register and on the 2018 Show Hunter register. Owners and riders must be current members of SHB(GB) Day Ticket = £30 (this entitles competitors to compete at a maximum of 1 show in the year - it covers owner and rider membership together with horse registration for that show). If the class is a qualifying class for RIHS, in order for the qualification to be valid, application for full owner/rider membership and horse registration must be received in the SHB(GB) office within 14 days.

All Hunter Classes will be judged under 2016 Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain rules. All Open Ridden, Amateur Ridden, Ridden Ladies, Working, and Small Hunter classes are qualifying events for the Royal International Horse Show and only horses registered on the Show Hunter Register are eligible to enter. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry forms and owners and riders must be members of the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain. The two highest placed horses in each class will qualify to enter at the R.I.H.S. No horse lower than second in its class will qualify except in the Amateur Ridden Hunter and the Working Hunter classes where the first three highest placed horses will qualify (see separate Working Hunter qualification rules).In the Amateur Hunters the two highest placed smalls and the two highest placed lightweights will qualify and in the two highest placed middleweights and in the heavyweight section the two highest placed heavyweights will qualify.

1. Anyone on a horse at an affiliated show must wear a hard hat. 2. A skull cap or a hat and safety harness according to current approved European or BSI Standard must be worn by all competitors in the jumping phase of Working Hunter Classes. Skull caps must have a navy blue or black cover. 3. The organisers of this show have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the Organisers, Officials and Stewards.

53 Ridden Ladies and Small Hunters RIHS Registration numbers must be included on the entry form. Failure to do so will result in the entry being returned. Rosettes to 6 places Saturday Ring 3/4(combined) - approx. 12.00pm (to follow ROR and SS&D) Class 113 Small Hunter. Mare or gelding, four years or over exceeding 148cm (14.2hh approx) but not exceeding 158cm (15.2hh approx) Entry Fee: Members £27.00 Non Members £34.00 Including £9 Levy Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Class 114 Ladies Hunter. Mare or gelding, four years or over to be ridden side saddle by a lady Entry Fee: Members £27.00 Non Members £34.00 including £9 Levy Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Ladies Hunter and Small Hunter Class T115 The Coriat Silver Challenge Cup (011) for the winner of the Ladies Hunter presented by Mr. & Mrs. H Coriat Class CH116 Ridden Ladies and Small Hunters Championship Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes

54 Amateur Ridden Hunters R.I.H.S. Registration numbers must be included on the entry form. Failure to do so will result in the entry being returned. Please see Rule 3 of the current Sport Horse Breeding (GB) Handbook for the definition of amateur. The first two highest placed horses in the Amateur Ridden classes will qualify for the Championship.The two highest placed smalls and the two highest placed lightweights will qualify and in the middleweight section the two highest placed middleweights will qualify and in the heavyweight section the two highest placed heavyweights will qualify. Ring 3/4 After Ladies & Small Hunter Championship Rosettes to 6 places Class 117 Lightweight Amateur Hunter (Inc Small Hunter). Mare or gelding, four years or over capable of carrying up to 79.5kg (12 stone 7 pounds) Entry Fee: Members £27.00 Non Members £34.00 including £9 Levy Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Class 118 Middleweight Amateur Hunter. Mare or gelding four years or over capable of carrying 79.5 kg (12 stone 7 pounds) and not exceeding 89kgs (14 stone) Entry Fee: Members £27.00 Non Members £34.00 Including £9 Levy Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Class 119 Heavyweight Amateur Hunter. Mare or gelding, four years or over capable of carrying over 89kg (14 stone) Entry Fee: Members £27.00 Non Members £34.00 Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 3rd £20 4th £15 5th £10 Class CH120 Amateur Ridden Hunter Championship Prizes: 1st £35 2nd £25 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes

55 Working Hunter Pony Classes Mountain and Moorland Working Hunter Pony Rosettes to 6 places Sunday Ring 2 @ 8.30am Class 121 The NPS/STEVENSON BROTHERS M&M First Ridden Working Hunter Pony National Championship Open to registered M&M mares or geldings four years old or over not exceeding 128cm (12.2hh). Riders must have attained their 5th birthday but must not have attained their 12th birthday before the 1st January in the current year. Riders who have qualified for the (Horse of the Year Show/RIHS) M&M Working Hunter Pony Championship before the 1st January in the current year are not eligible.

Ponies will not be asked to gallop Class 122 B.S.P.S Working Hunter Pony Class B.S.P.S Working Hunter Pony Class The NPS/TOPSPEC M&M Working Hunter Pony National Championship NPS Qualifying or Life Members are eligble to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Summer Championship Show at Malvern from August 2019. The highest placed pony, if owned by a NPS member, in each class, will qualify for the final. Qualification may pass down to third place if the first and second ponies are already qualified. Open to registered pure bred M&M stallions, mares and geldings, five years and over. Class 123 Ponies not exceeding 122 cms (12.0hh) Members £12.00 inc VAT each entry. Non-Members £18.00 inc VAT each entry. 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Class 124 Ponies exceeding 122cm (12.0hh) but not exceeding 133cm (13.0hh) Class 125 Ponies exceeding 133cms (13.0hh) but not exceeding 143cm (14.0hh) Class 126 Ponies exceeding 143 cm (14.0hh) but not exceeding 158 cm (15.2hh) With the exception of Welsh Section D and Dales for which there is no height restriction.

56 Class CH127 Mountain and Moorland Working Hunter Pony Championship Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes Connemara and New Forest Ponies must be registered in or eligible for registration in the main body of the BCPS Stud Book or New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society Stud Book. The Connemara rosette can only be awarded to a member of the BCPS and it can only go down to 4th place. Registration number or temporary foal certificate must be stated on the entry form. Class 123-124 are qualifiers for the NPS/Highbrook Stud M & M IN Hand Championship Best of each breed to compete for overall In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Championship.

Rosettes to 6 places Sunday Ring 3 Timing 8.30am Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Mrs J S Bryer, Yeovil (Judge) Class 128 Registered Pony. Any sex,three years old or under Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 129 Registered Pony. Any sex,four years old and over Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Connemara & New Forest Class SP130 Rosette and £5 prize money for the best yearling in Connemara Classes Class SP131 British Connemara Pony Society Rosette for the best registered Connemara pony.

Class SP132 New Forest Pony Publicity Group Rosette for the highest placed forest bred New Forest pony in these classes. Please wear white armbands. Class SP133 Rosette and £5 prize money for the best yearling in New Forest Classes. Class CH134 Connemara Championship Champion and Reserve Rosettes Class CH135 New Forest Championship Champion and Reserve Rosettes

57 Exmoor and Dartmoor Dartmoor Pony Society cards are to be shown in the ring. Class 131-132 are qualifiers for the NPS/Highbrook Stud M & M IN Hand Championship Best of each breed to compete for overall In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Championship. Rosettes to 6 places Sunday Ring 3 folowing Connemara & New Forest Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Miss J E Paterson (Judge) Class 136 Registered Pony. Any sex, three years old and under to be shown naturally Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 137 Registered Pony. Any sex, four years old and over, to be shown naturally Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Exmoor & Dartmoor Class SP138 Dartmoor Pony Society Rosette for the best registered in hand pony shown by a Member of the Society.

Class SP139 Exmoor Pony Society Rosette for the best of breed Class CH140 Dartmoor Championship Champion and Reserve Rosettes Class CH141 Exmoor Championship Champion and Reserve Rosettes

58 Standard Shetland 1. Classes must be confined to Registered Ponies. Ponies must be named on the entry form and in the catalogue if one is produced. Society rosettes must only be given to ponies registered with the Society or eligible for registration (i.e. foals) 2. Three-year-old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown. All foals must be a minimum of three weeks old on the day of the Show. All entire males aged 2 years and over must display a stallion disc. 3. There must be no colts or entire males in Young Handlers classes. Children under 14 yrs old may not show colts (excluding foals) or entire males in In-hand classes. Children under 12 yrs old on the day of the show may not show entire males in ridden classes. In the interests of safety, hard hats must be worn by all handlers aged 14 yrs or under in In-hand classes. Exhibitors should not kneel but remain standing while in the ring. Hard hats must be worn by all exhibitors, irrespective of age, in ridden classes. In ridden Classes, if a rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring, rider dismounted, and take no further part. All ponies must be registered with the Shetland Pony Stud Book Society, and to receive Society rosettes. Ponies must be named on the entry form and in the catalogue. Three year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown. All foals must be a minimum of three weeks old on the day of the Show. All handlers must be 14 years old or over, and wear hard hats. If during a ridden class, a rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring, and take no further part.

Class 137-140 are qualifiers for the NPS/Highbrook Stud M & M IN Hand Championship Winner to compete for overall In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Championship. Rosettes to 6 places Sunday Ring 3 Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Mrs Debbie Barr, Lewes (Judge) Class 142 Registered Stallion, four years old and over Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 143 Registered mare, with or without foal at foot, or registered gelding, four years and over Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10

59 Class 144 Registered Colt or Gelding, three years old and under Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 145 Registered Filly, three years old and under Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Standard Shetland Class T146 The Dewland Perpetual Challenge Cup (020) for the best Shetland Pony owned and bred by the exhibitor presented by Mrs D V M Howell Class T147 The Greenhurst Cup (021) for the best Shetland Foal in the Registered Mare class presented by Mr & Mrs Alan Hurst Class CH148 Standard Shetland Championship Championship and Reserve Rosettes Class SP149 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Champion Class SP150 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Reserve Champion Class SP151 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Junior Champion Class SP152 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Junior Reserve Champion Class SP153 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the best gelding Class SP154 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the best foal Miniature Shetlands Not to exceed 34” at maturity. All handlers must be 14 years old or over. All ponies must be registered with the Shetland Pony Stud Book Society. Class 150-151 153 -155 are qualifiers for the NPS/Highbrook Stud M & M IN Hand Championship GEMS rosettes presented in each Minature Shetland Pony Class, to the highest placed GEMS member, wearing a 2018 GEMS badge.

Rosettes to 6 places Sunday Ring 3 to follow Standard Shetlands Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Mrs Debbie Barr, Lewes (Judge)

60 Class 155 Registered stallion, four years and over Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 156 Registered mare four years and over, with foal at foot Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 157 Registered foal from mare in above class, foal must be at least three weeks old on day of showing Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 158 Registered mare without foal at foot, or Registered gelding four years and over Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 159 Registered two or three years old, colt, filly or gelding Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 160 Registered yearling, colt, filly or gelding Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Miniature Shetlands Class CH161 Miniature Shetlands Championship All ponies must be registered with the Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Championship and Reserve Rosettes Class T162 The Parkview Stud Trophy (017) for the Miniature Shetlands Champion presented by Mr & Mrs P K Holt Class SP163 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Champion Class SP164 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Reserve Champion

61 Class T165 The Cold Ash Cup (018) for the best opposite sex to the Champion of the Miniature Shetlands Championship presented by Mr & Mrs M F Pearce Class SP166 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Junior Champion Class SP167 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Reserve Junior Champion Class SP168 Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Best Foal Class SP169  Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette for the Best Gelding Highlands, Fells and Dales Best of each breed to compete for overall In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Championship. Class 123-124 are qualifiers for the NPS/Highbrook Stud M & M IN Hand Championship Sponsor: Pro Vision Rosettes to 6 places Sunday Ring 4 at 8.30 am Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Miss Richards, Ewhurst (Judge) Class 170 Registered Pony. Any sex, three years old and under Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 171 Registered Pony. Any sex, four years old and over Highland pony stallion of 4 yeears and over must be fully licenced Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Highlands, Fell & Dales Class T172 The Balleroy Challenge Trophy (013) for the Champion In-Hand Highland Pony Class SP173 Highland Pony Society Rosette for the best Highland Pony Class SP174 Fell Pony Society Rosette for the best registered Fell Pony (mem­ bership card to be produced in the ring). Class SP175 Dales Pony Society Rosette for the best registered Dales Pony (Current membership card to be produced in the ring) Class SP176 Rosette and special prize of £5 for the best Highland yearling Class SP177 Rosette and special prize for the best Fells yearling

62 Class SP178 Rosette and special prize for the best Dales yearling Class CH179 Highlands Championship Championship and Reserve Rosettes Class CH180 Fell Championship Champion & Reserve Rosettes Class CH181 Dales Championship Champion & Reserve Rosettes Welsh Mountain Ponies and Welsh Ponies A and B Winner to compete for overall In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Championship Class 177 -178 are qualifiers for the NPS/Highbrook Stud M & M IN Hand Championship Rosettes to 6 places Sunday Ring 4 after Highland,Fells & Dales Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Class 182 Registered Stallion, Mare or Gelding. Four years old and over Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 183 Registered Colt, Filly or Gelding,three years and under Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Welsh Mountain Ponies and Welsh Ponies A and B Class CH184 Welsh Mountain Ponies and Welsh Ponies A and B Championship Championship and Reserve Rosettes Class T185 The Blanche Challenge Trophy (014) for the best exhibit of the Welsh Mountain Ponies and Welsh Ponies A and B Championship Class SP186 Welsh Pony and Cob Society Rosette for the Champion

63 Welsh Pony of Cob Type and Welsh Cob Sections C and D Winner to compete for overall In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Championship. Class 182 - 184 are qualifiers for the NPS/Highbrook Stud M & M IN Hand Championship Rosettes to 6 places Sunday Ring 4 to follow the Welsh A & B’s Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Class 187 Registered Welsh Cob and Pony of Cob Type. Stallion or gelding four years old and over Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 188 Registered Welsh Cob and Pony of Cob Type, Mare four years old and over Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Class 189 Registered Welsh Cob and Pony of Cob Type, Colt, Filly or Gelding three years and under Entry Fee: Members £12.00 Non Members £18.00 Prizes: 1st £25 2nd £20 3rd £15 4th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for Welsh Pony Of Cob Type and Welsh Cob Sections C and D Class CH190 Welsh Pony of Cob Type and Welsh Cob Sections C & D Championship Championship and Reserve Championship Rosettes Class T191 The Newbury Show Trophy (015) for the best Welsh Cob of the Welsh Pony of Cob Type and Welsh Cob Sections C & D Championship Class SP192 Welsh Pony and Cob Society Rosette for the Best Welsh Cob

64 NPS In Hand Mountain and Moorland NPS Mountain and Moorland Qualifying Rounds: These classes are judged under the Rules of the NPS. Ponies must be registered in the main body of their respective Mountain & Moorland Stud Books. Part breds are not eligible. Qualifying rounds for most NPS competitions are open to ponies owned by NPS members and non-members but only ponies owned by adult NPS Qualifying or Life members are eligible to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Summer Championship Show at Malvern in August 2019 The highest placed pony, if owned by an NPS member, in each class will qualify for the final. Qualification may pass down to third place if the first and second ponies are already qualified.

NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship - Riders of Home Produced ponies (see definition in the NPS Rules Book) can wear a white arm band in classes where this is indicated. These ponies, if owned by NPS members, are then eligible to qualify for the final at the NPS Summer Championship Show. NPS Silver Medal Rosette Championships: These classes are judged under the Rules of the NPS. NPS Silver Medal Rosettes are only awarded when the owner of the champion pony is a Qualifying or Life member of the NPS. If the owner of the Champion pony is not a member, the rosette may be awarded to the Reserve Champion. If the Champion pony has previously qualified it is still entitled to the Silver Medal Rosette but the qualification goes to the Reserve Champion pony, provided the owner of that pony is a member of the NPS. The Silver Medal Rosette and the qualification can be awarded no lower than first Reserve (third). Foals are not eligible for Silver Medal Championships. Qualifiers are entitled to compete in the final of the Silver Medal Rosette Championship to be held at the NPS Summer Championship Show in August 2019. Membership cards must be shown in the ring to receive the silver medal and /or silver medal qualification. Sunday - Ring 3/4 Combined Approx 10.30 Entry Fee: Members £12.00, Non Members £18 Prizes: 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Trophies and Special Awards for In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Class T193 The Frilsham Challenge Cup (022) for the best exhibit of the In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Championship Class SP194 NPS / Kilmannan Stud Mountain and Moorland In-Hand Silver Medal Rosette.

Awarded to the best registered pony owned by an NPS member. Please note Miniature Shetlands are eligible to compete for the Silver Medal. Class CH195 In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Championship NPS/Kilmannan M & M In Hand Silver Medal Rosette Championship A Silver Medal Rosette is offered by the National Pony Society for the best registered pony owned by an NPS Qualifying or Life member in the M & M in Hand section. The Sponsor Rosette is also awarded to the pony receiving the qualification. Membership cards must be presented in the ring to receive the medal and/or the qualification.

65 To be judged from Champion Welsh Pony, Welsh Cob, Connemara, New Forest, Standard Shetland, Miniature Shetland, Highland, Dales, Fell, Dartmoor and Exmoor. Stallions, Colts, Fillies, Mares or Geldings. Championship and Reserve Rosettes Mountain and Moorland Ridden Classes Animals must be the correct height for the breed as laid down in the individual breed standards. Open to registered pure bred M&M stallions, mares and geldings four years or over. NPS/ Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship - Please wear white arm bands. Sunday Ring 3/4 - to follow LR/FR Champs (approx 11.45am) Mountain and Moorland Leading Rein and First Ridden Ponies placed 1st in the B.S.P.S. Heritage M & M Open Classes will qualify for the B.S.P.S. WOW Factor (Winner of Winners) at the B.S.P.S. Summer Championship Show Both Classes (179 & 180) are also qualifiers for the B.S.P.S. Premier League, B.S.P.S. “Black Country Saddles” Best Rider and B.S.P.S “Classic Security UK Ltd” Challenge Ring 3 Sunday following M&M In-hand Championship NPS Qualifying or Life members are eligible to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Summer Championship Show at Malvern from August 2019 The highest placed pony, if owned by an NPS member, in each class will qualify for the final. Qualification may pass down to third place if the first and second ponies are already qualified. NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship - wear white arm bands Miss J E Paterson (Judge); Mrs Ruth Newman (Judge) Class 196 N.P.S. Showing Classics /B.S.P.S. Heritage Lead Rein Open to registered Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, New Forest, Welsh Section A or B mares and geldings four years old or over not exceeding 122 cm. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but must not have attained their 9th birthday before the 1st January in the current year. To be shown in a snaffle bit and Lead Rein to be attached to the noseband. NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship - wear white arm bands Members £12.00 inc VAT each entry. Non-Members £18.00 inc VAT each entry. 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10

66 Class 197 N.P.S Classics /B.S.P.S. Heritage First Ridden Open to registered Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, New Forest, Welsh Section A or B mares and geld­ ings four years old or over not exceeding 128 cm. Riders must have attained their 5th birthday but not reached their 12th birthday before the 1st January in the current year. NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship - wear white arm bands. Class SP198 New Forest Pony Enthusiasts Riding Club Rosette (please wear green armbands) for the highest placed New Forest pony owned or ridden by a paid up member of the NFPEC in the Lead Rein Championship Class SP199 New Forest Pony Enthusiasts Riding Club Rosette (please wear green armbands) for the highest placed New Forest pony owned or ridden by a paid up member of the NFPEC in the First Ridden Championship Class CH200 BSPS Heritage Mountain and Moorland Championship Champion and Reserve Rosettes The NPS/Ryehouse Native Show Team M&M Junior Ridden National Championship NPS Qualifying or Life Members are eligble to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Summer Championship Show at Malvern from August 2019. The highest placed pony, if owned by a NPS member, in each class, will qualify for the final. Qualification may pass down to third place if the first and second ponies are already qualified.

NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship - wear white arm bands. Class 201 M&M Junior Ridden - Small Breeds - Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh Section A, Welsh Section B Open to registered Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh Section A, Welsh Section B mares and geldings four years old and over. Riders must not have attained their 14th birthday before the 1st January in the current year. Members £12.00 inc VAT each entry. Non-Members £18.00 inc VAT each entry. 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Class 202 M&M Junior Ridden -

67 Class 203 M&M Junior Ridden - >138cms - Dales, Fell, Highland, New Forest, Connemara and Welsh Section D, Open to registered Dales, Fell, Highland, New Forest, Connemara and Welsh Section D, mares and geldings four years old and over, exceeding 138cm (13.2hh) but not exceeding 148cms (14.2hh) [except for Welsh Section D and Dales]. Riders must not have attained their 18th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Class CH204 NPS Junior Ridden Championship The NPS/Ringside Stud M&M Open Ridden National Championships NPS Qualifying or Life Members are eligble to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Summer Championship Show at Malvern from August 2019 The highest placed pony, if owned by a NPS member, in each class, will qualify for the final. Qualification may pass down to third place if the first and second ponies are already qualified.

NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship - wear white arm bands. If insufficient entries we reserve the right to combine the respective small & large breed classes accordingly. Class 205 M&M Open Ridden - Small- Dartmoor, Exmoor and Shetland Open to registered Dartmoor, Exmoor and Shetland mares and geldings four years old and over. Members £12.00 inc VAT each entry. Non-Members £18.00 inc VAT each entry. 1st £25, 2nd £20, 3rd £15, 4th £10 Class 206 M&M Open Ridden - Small -Welsh Section A and Welsh Section B Open to registered Welsh Section A and Welsh Section B mares and geldings four years old and over.

Class 207 M&M Open Ridden - Large - Dales, Fell and Highland Open to registered Dales, Fell and Highland mares and geldings four years old and over. Class 208 M&M Open Ridden - Large - New Forest and Connemara Open to registered New Forest and Connemara mares and geldings four years and over. Class 209 M&M Open Ridden - Large - Welsh Section C & D Open to registered Welsh Section C & D mares and geldings four years and over.

68 Printed by Geerings Print Ltd Tel: 01233 633366 info@geeringsprint.co.uk www.geeringsprint.co.uk Class CH210 NPS/THE MINNS FAMILY M&M Ridden Silver Medal Rosette Championship A Silver Medal Rosette is offered by the National Pony Society for the best registered pony owned by an NPS Qualifying or Life member in the M&M Ridden section.(excluding lead rein and first ridden) Membership cards must be presented in the ring to receive the medal and/or the qualification. Championship and Reserve Rosettes 2018 SHOW DATES FOR YOUR DIARY SURREY COUNTY SHOW Date: 28th May 2018 Contact: Rebecca Hill Tel: 01483 890 810 Email: scas@surreycountyshow.co.uk Web: www.surreycountyshow.co.uk ROYAL BATH AND WEST SHOW Date: 30thMay to 2nd June 2018 Contact: Sarah Chick Tel: 01749 822 209 Email: sarah.chick@bathandwest.co.uk Web: www.bathandwest.co.uk SOUTH OF ENGLAND SHOW Date: 7th – 9th June 2018 Contact: Elizabeth Crockford Tel: 01444 892 700 Email: info@seas.org.uk Web: www.seas.org.uk NEW FOREST & HAMPSHIRE COUNTY SHOW Date: 24th – 26th July 2018 Contact: Jenny Dolbear Tel: 01590 622 400 Email: jenny@newforestshow.co.uk Web: www.newforestshow.co.uk MID SOMERSET AGRICULTURAL SHOW Date: 19th August 2018 Contact: Christine Barham Tel: 01749 347 607 Email: secretary@midsomersetshow.org.uk Web: www.midsomersetshow.org.uk

BUCKS COUNTY SHOW Date: 30th August 2018 Contact: Alison Baylis Tel: 01296 680 400 Email: alison@buckscountyshow.co.uk Web: www.buckscountyshow.co.uk ALRESFORD SHOW Date: 1st September 2018 Contact: Sally Bowden Tel: 01256 389 201 Email: sally.bowden@hotmail.com Web: www.alresfordshow.co.uk 2018 SHOW DATES FOR YOUR DIARY DORSET COUNTY SHOW Date: 1st-2nd September 2018 Contact: Rebecca Cox Tel: 01305 264 249 Email: competitions@dorsetcountyshow.co.uk Web: www.dorsetcountyshow.co.uk ROMSEY SHOW Date: 8th September 2018 Contact: Mrs Penny Tel: 01794 517 521 Email: info@romseyshow.co.uk Web: www.romseyshow.co.uk HENLEY SHOW Date: 8th September 2018 Contact: Jenny Spooner Tel: 01491 413 619 Email: jenniespooner@aol.com Web: www.thehenleyshow.co.uk

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