Equine Schedule - Three Counties

Equine Schedule - Three Counties

Equine Schedule - Three Counties

Equine Schedule By Post 24 April 2018 Online 8 May 2018 Show Jumping 7 June 2018 CLOSING DATES FOR ENTRIES 15-17 JUNE 2018

Equine Schedule - Three Counties

Horse Ring 2 The Malvern Ring Horse Ring 5 The Ledbury Ring Horse Ring 3 The Gloucester Ring Horse Ring 1 The Hereford Ring Horse Stabling Horse Ring 4 The Worcester Ring North Entrance Yellow Gate North Gate Main Ring The Cotswold Ring Heavy Horse Village AVENUE 6 ROW 8 ROW 8 ROW 7 LAYOUT OF EQUESTRIAN AREA See page 10-15 for timetable and locations Warm up area   to West Gate  HORSE BOX PARKING HORSE WALK

Equine Schedule - Three Counties

1 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online 1 Horse and Pony Entries close: 25th April 2017 by post, 9th May 2017 online INDEX TO THE 2017 OFFICIAL SCHEDULE Appaloosa Horses 34 Arabs – Anglo & Part Breds In Hand 32 Arabs – Pure Bred In Hand 32 Arabs – Pure Breds & Anglo/PBs Ridden 33 Breeding Ponies 49 British Skewbalds & Piebalds 34-35 Carriage Driving 67-68 Cleveland Bays 37 Cobs – Ridden 28-29 Connemara Ponies 62 Dartmoor Ponies 60 Donkeys 65 Double Harness Scurry 66 Exmoor Ponies 60 First Pony of Show Hunter Type 45 First Ridden Show Ponies – Open 43-44 First Ridden Show Ponies – Novice 44 Flat Ridden Sport Horses 24 Hacks – In Hand 26 Hacks – Ridden 25 Haflingers 63 Heavy Horse – Cart Harness 70 Heavy Horses – In Hand 70 Heavy Horses – Ridden 69 Heavy Horses – Turnouts 70 Highland, Dales & Fell Ponies 62 Hunters – Amateur Ridden 17 Hunters – 4 year Old & Novice 18 Hunters – In Hand 22-23 Hunters – Small & Ladies 18-19 Hunters – Weights 16 Intermediate SRT & SHT 43-44 Irish Draughts & Irish Draught Sport Horses36-37 Lead Rein Pony of Hunter Type 46 Lead Rein Show Ponies – Open 43-44 Lead Rein Show Ponies – Novice 44 Maxi Cobs 31 Miniature Horses (British) 63 Mountain & Moorland – LR & FR 53-54 Mountain & Moorland – Junior Ridden 52-53 Mountain & Moorland – Novice LR & FR 54-55 Mountain & Moorland – Novice Ridden 52 Mountain & Moorland – Novice WHP 55 Mountain & Moorland – Ridden Ponies 50-51 Mountain & Moorland – Open WHP 55 New Forest Ponies 61 Palominos 38 Part Bred Pony of the Year – Ridden 48 PRIZE MONEY 8 Racehorses as Riding Horses 39-40 REGULATIONS – GENERAL SHOW 2-7 REGULATIONS – HORSES 8-9 Riding Horses – In Hand 28 Riding Horses – Ridden 26-27 Senior Horses & Ponies 64-65 Shetland Ponies 61 Shire Horses 69-70 Show Hunter Ponies 45 Show Ponies 42-43 Show Jumping 71-72 Side Saddle 41 Supreme Welsh In Hand Championship 60 Supreme Pony Championship 48 Supreme Cuddy In Hand Championship 64 TIMETABLE 10-15 Welsh Mountain Ponies – Section A 57 Welsh Ponies – Section B 58 Welsh Ponies Cob Type – Section C 58-59 Welsh Cobs – Section D 59 Working Hunter Ponies – Open 47-48 Working Hunters – Open 20-21 Working Hunters – Novice 21-22 Working Hunters – Amateur 21-22 Working Show Horses 30 EQUINE ENTRIES Please send all postal entries to: Betsy Branyan, Equine Team, Royal Three Counties Show, 7 Papyrus Way, Sawtry, Cambridgeshire, PE28 5TY Email: equineteam@threecounties.co.uk Phone: 01684 584930 Appaloosa / British Spotted Ponies 34 Arabs – Anglo & Part Breds In Hand 33 Arabs – Pure Bred In Hand 32 Arabs – Pure Breds & Anglo/PBs Ridden 33 Breeding Ponies 50 British Skewbalds & Piebalds 35 Carriage Driving 67-68 Cleveland Bays 37 Cobs – Ridden 28-29 Connemara Ponies 62 Dartmoor Ponies 60 Donkeys 65-66 Double Harness Scurry 66 Exmoor Ponies 60 First Pony of Show Hunter Type 45 First Ridden Show Ponies – Open 43-44 First Ridden Show Ponies – Novice 45 Flat Ridden Sport Horses 24 Hacks – In Hand 26 Hacks – Ridden 25 Haflingers 63 Heavy Horse – Cart Harness 70 Heavy Horses – In Hand 70 Heavy Horses – Ridden 69 Heavy Horses – Turnouts 70 Highland, Dales & Fell Ponies 62 Hunters – Amateur Ridden 17-18 Hunters – 4 year Old & Novice 18 Hunters – In Hand 22-23 Hunters – Small & Ladies 19 Hunters – Weights 16 Intermediate SRT & SHT 43-44 Irish Draughts & Irish Draught Sport Horses36-37 Lead Rein Pony of Hunter Type 47 Lead Rein Show Ponies – Open 43-44 Lead Rein Show Ponies – Novice 45 Maxi Cobs 31 Miniature Horses (British) 63-64 Mountain & Moorland – LR & FR 54-55 Mountain & Moorland – Junior Ridden 53-54 Mountain & Moorland – Novice LR & FR 55 Mountain & Moorland – Novice Ridden 52-53 Mountain & Moorland – Novice WHP 56-57 Mountain & Moorland – Ridden Ponies 51-52 Mountain & Moorland – Open WHP 55-56 New Forest Ponies 61 Palominos 38 Part Bred Pony of the Year – Ridden 49 PRIZE MONEY 8 Racehorses as Riding Horses 39-40 REGULATIONS – GENERAL SHOW 2-7 REGULATIONS – HORSES 8-9 Riding Horses – In Hand 28 Riding Horses – Ridden 27 Senior Horses & Ponies 64-65 Shetland Ponies 61 Shire Horses 69-70 Show Hunter Ponies 45-46 Show Ponies 42-43 Show Jumping 71-72 Side Saddle 41 Sport Horses In Hand 23 Supreme Welsh In Hand Championship 59 Supreme Pony Championship 49 Supreme Cuddy In Hand Championship 64 TIMETABLE 10-15 Welsh Mountain Ponies – Section A 57 Welsh Ponies – Section B 58 Welsh Ponies Cob Type – Section C 58-59 Welsh Cobs – Section D 59 Working Hunter Ponies – Open 48-49 Working Hunters – Open 20-21 Working Hunters – Novice/Amateur 21-22 Working Show Horses 30 INDEX TO THE 2018 OFFICIAL SCHEDULE

2 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online THREE COUNTIES AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY’S 2018 SHOW GENERAL SHOW REGULATIONS SHOWGROUND HOLDING NUMBER 17/551/8000 RESPONSIBILITIES OF EXHIBITORS AND THEIR STOCK ATTENDANTS R1 RESPONSIBILITY: The Society, its Officers and Servants, shall not be responsible to any person whatsoever whilst entering on, or leaving the Society’s premises, for any damage or loss, however caused to the property of such person, or for any injury, fatal or otherwise, to any such person. The Society, its Officers and Servants shall not be responsible for any accident, damage or loss however caused that may occur to any exhibitor or his employee or to any animal, article or property brought into the showground, or whilst entering or on leaving, or being carried into or out of the said showground.

The exhibitor shall be solely responsible for any loss, injury or damage that may be done to, or occasioned by, or arising from any animal, article or property exhibited or brought into the showground by him/her and he/she shall indemnifyandholdharmlesstheSocietyfromallaction,suits,expensesandclaimsonac count of, or in respect of any such damage or injury which may be so caused or occasioned. R2 CONDUCT OF EXHIBITORS AND THEIR EMPLOYEES: All persons in charge of stock will be subject to the orders of the Society’s Officials. Employees must be in attendance each day during the Show, at least half an hour prior to the time appointed for the examination, exhibition or parade of the animals in their charge.

Exhibitors will be held responsible for the behaviour of their employees and for the consequence of any misconduct of such employees. Any fine imposed upon an exhibitor or his/her employee for infringing the regulations or disobedience to the order of the Steward shall be recoverable from the exhibitor as a debt due to the Society, and until such fines be paid shall debar the exhibitor from exhibiting at future shows of the Society.

R3 ANIMAL WELFARE: The Three Counties Agricultural Society expects all exhibitors to observe a best practice at all times. ENTRIES R4 ENTRY FORMS AND DATA STORAGE – WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO ENTER ON LINE: Entries can be made online at www.threecounties.co.uk Alternatively, entry forms for the Show may be obtainedfromtheLivestockOfficer,ThreeCountiesAgriculturalSociety,Malvern,Wo rcestershire, WR136NW.Noentrywillbeacceptedunlessmadeontheprescribedformandaccompanied by the correct fees. Information from entry forms will be stored on computer and the name, address and details of entries will be published in the catalogue, unless otherwise advised.

Information about results may also be published and/or provided to the Press and Breed Societies for publication. Information about exhibitors may also be passed to any regulatory authority, such as DEFRA or Trading Standards, as well as the Society’s Veterinary Advisers. The making of an entry is irrevocable consent for the storage and disclosure of information in this way.

R5 EXHIBITS ENTERED IN MORE THAN ONE CLASS: Animals may be entered in more than one class, except where otherwise stated in the schedule. The number of such additional classes shall be stated in the space provided on the entry form and the additional fees remitted for each entry. R6 ENTRIES FOR SPECIAL PRIZES: No fee is required for such entries, though each exhibit shall have appeared in the appropriate breed class and the fees paid for the same. This regulation does not apply for entry of animals for Champion Prizes as all eligible animals are automatically entered for such awards.

R7 CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES: The dates appointed for the closing of entries are: Horses, Ponies Postal: 24th April 2018 Online: 8th May 2018 Show Jumping Postal: 7th June 2018 Online: 8th May 2018 Cattle, Sheep, Wool, Pigs, Goats Postal: 17th April 2018 National Rare & Minority Breeds Show Postal: 17th April 2018

3 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online No livestock or competing entry will be accepted for competition unless the necessary entry form is properly completed and signed by the exhibitor (or by his duly authorised agent acting on his behalf), together with a remittance to cover the necessary fees in full, shall have been delivered to the Livestock Officer at the Society’s Offices, on or before the closing date of entry for the respective section. No entry can be accepted by telephone. ENTRIES RECEIVED AFTER THE CLOSING DATE OF ENTRIES CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.

R8 CORRECTNESS OF ENTRY FORMS: Every exhibitor or competitor will be held responsible for the correctness of his/her entry form and must check all entry details when confirmation is sent.

At this stage, changes may be made. If, when called upon to prove its correctness, he/she fails to do so, the entry in question may be disqualified and any award made to it cancelled. If it shall be proved that any exhibitor or competitor has knowingly signed an incorrect entry form, or has attempted to obtain a prize by unfair means whatsoever, all awards made to such an exhibitor or competitor in any class or competition may be cancelled and he/she may be disqualified from exhibiting at future shows of the Society. Exhibitors are to state on entry forms if the exhibit has been imported from outside the United Kingdom.

RANDOM IDENTIFICATION CHECKS OF LIVESTOCK WILL BE MADE AT THE SHOW. NO SUBSTITUTIONS WILL BE ALLOWED AFTER CLOSING OF ENTRIES.

R9 OWNERSHIP: All exhibits shall be bona fide property of the exhibitor at the original date of entry closing, except where the regulation is varied by any condition applicable to specific classes stated in the schedule. In the event of the death of the exhibitor between the date of entry closing and date of the show, the executor of the deceased shall be deemed to be the exhibitor. R10 ENTRY BY MINORS: Entries by persons under 18 years of age shall be accepted only provided the entry form is countersigned by the parent, guardian or trustee of the entrant, who shall be held responsible for the correctness of the entry and for the compliance with these Show Regulations.

Any entry made in contravention of this Regulation and inadvertently accepted may be cancelled.

R11 PARTICULARS OF EXHIBITS: Full pedigree details must be given on the entry form. The Sire and DamofALLHorse/PonyexhibitsincludingentriesforbothRIDDENandBREEDINGclassessh ould be included. These details may be printed in the show catalogue. Every animal entered for competition must be entered or certified as eligible for entry in the Herd, Flock or Stud Book of its breed in the UK. Where an animal is entered by the exhibitor as eligible for entry in the Herd, Flock or Stud Book, proof of such eligibility must be furnished at the time of making the entry. This regulation does not apply to Commercial Cattle classes.

R12 AGE OF EXHIBITS: The exact date of birth of each exhibit must be stated on the entry form except in the case of horses or sheep, where the year of birth only need be given. In the case of doubt or protest a certificate signed by the Society’s duly appointed Veterinary Surgeon shall be considered final and conclusive.

R13 RIGHT TO REJECT ENTRIES: The Council of the Society reserves the right to reject or cancel the entry or entries made by any person, if it shall deem fit to do so, and right to cancel any class orclasses,refundinganyfeesmadeinrespectthereof.Owingtoshortageofaccommodati on, which can be provided to house stock at the show, the Council also reserves the right to limit the number of entries in any class or section should this be necessary, with the exception of the National Rare and Minority Breeds Show.

R14 CANCELLATION OF ENTRIES: In the event of there being fewer than four entries in any breed section (Pig breeds – three exhibitors) the classes for such breed may be cancelled and the entry fees refunded, unless otherwise stated under individual breed sections.

In the event of there being less than two exhibitors entered in any class it will be cancelled and entry fees refunded, except in cases where possible amalgamation is specifically allowed for in the schedule. R15 NOMINATION OF ENTRIES: Any form failing to give the full name of the exhibit will be refused. The entry form together with any fees remitted herewith will be returned to the person sending the form. (Except in the case of R82 Pig Section).

R16 ACCURACY OF CATALOGUE: The Society will not be responsible for any inaccuracy in any pedigree or other particulars inserted in the catalogue, though every care will be made to ensure the accuracy of all particulars printed therein. Please use BLOCK CAPITALS when completing your entry form.

4 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online FEES R17 PAYMENT OF ENTRY AND/OR ACCOMMODATION FEES: All remittances in payment of fees shall be by crossed cheque, credit card or debit card, money order or postal order made payable to: ROYAL THREE COUNTIES SHOW.

A charge of £25 will be made for any returned or refused cheques. R18 ENTRY FEES: Fees for each entry are shown at the head of each section of this schedule. All entry fees are inclusive of VAT at 20%. (Any change in VAT rate will be applied from the due date.) The acceptance of entries at Members rates is conditional upon the exhibitor having paid their annual subscription. Persons desiring to become Members and wishing to avail themselves of entering at Members rates must pay £50.00 being the subscription for 2018. Entry fees include the £12.00 Horse of the Year Show levies contribution where applicable.

R19 REFUND OF ENTRY FEES: Any entry fee paid shall not be refundable, except in the case of an animal incapacitated by accident, injury or illness. Any claim under this clause must be made in writing to the Chief Executive and must be accompanied by a certificate issued by a Veterinary Surgeon to be received not later than 1st June 2018 together with all labels and passes issued by the Society in respect of the entry fees in question. ANY CLAIM RECEIVED AFTER 1ST JUNE 2018 WILL BE INVALID.

TICKETS R20 EXHIBITORS’ PASSES: Each exhibitor shall receive passes as listed below, but a Member of the Society will receive his/her Members’ Badge in lieu thereof. R21 TICKET ALLOCATION: Exhibitor passes will be allocated on the number of exhibits entered as listed below. An additional ticket will be sent for Lead Rein classes. Additional one-day exhibitor passes may be purchased in advance only at £16.20 inclusive of VAT. Number of Exhibit(s) Single day admission passes (valid for day of judging only) 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 and over 5 R22 LORRY PASSES – LIVESTOCK: All vehicles will be inspected before entering the showground.

“Dirty” vehicles will be turned away or moved to an area to be cleaned before entering the showground. Exhibitors will be provided with a lorry pass to enable them to bring their stock into the showground, and such passes will cover (pre-show) the lorry and driver. Upon off- loading of stock such lorries will be required to be parked in the designated area and will not be permitted to return to the vicinity of the stock lines until departure time on the afternoon of the last day of the show. Exhibitors must state on entry forms the additional number of such lorry passes required. Please note: A one-way traffic system will be in operation.

DISEASED ANIMALS R23 ANIMALS SUFFERING FROM DISEASE: Every exhibitor shall indemnify the Society against all actions, claims, proceedings and demands by any person, company or other representative body of whatsoever nature in respect of any matter, directly or indirectly connected with the bringing onto the Society’s showground of any animal which may have been suffering from any contagious or infectious disease or which develops such a disease whilst on the showground and in addition the exhibitor shall pay all costs and expenses incurred by the Society in connection with any such claim. The Society’s Veterinary Officers are authorised to refuse permission for any animal to be admitted to or have removed from the showground any animals affected with contagious or infectious disease.

The exhibitor or such animal may obtain a certificate from the Show Secretary, stating the nature of such disease or infection. The onus of proving the freedom of any such animal from contagious or infectious disease shall rest on the exhibitor of the animal concerned.

AWARDS R24 PRIZES: Prizes will be awarded on the scales shown at the beginning of each entry section. R25 CONDITIONAL AWARDS: In all cases where the prizes are offered or awarded conditionally, they will be withheld until the exhibitor shall have proved to the satisfaction of the Council that the conditions have been complied with.

5 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online R26 ROSETTES AND PRIZE COLOURS: No animal will be allowed to wear a rosette or ribbon other than those issued by the Society and no rosette or ribbon may be displayed during judging which has been awarded in a previous class.

The colours for prizes will be: SUPREME CHAMPION & CHAMPION Red, White & Blue RESERVE SUPREME CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION White & Red SPECIAL PRIZE White & Blue RESERVE FOR SPECIAL PRIZES Mauve ALL OTHER AWARDS White FIRST: Red SECOND: Blue THIRD: Yellow FOURTH: Green FIFTH: Brown R27 PROTESTS: Any exhibitor wishing to make a protest having reference to livestock or horses exhibited at the show, must make the same in writing to the Livestock Officer, and must deposit a sum of £25. If upon investigation the protest is not sustained to the satisfaction of the Stewards, the sum thus deposited shall be forfeited to the Society’s funds.

All protests must be delivered to the Show Office at the showground before 4.00pm on the day on which the award shall have been made and no protest will be subsequently received unless a satisfactory reason be given for the delay. Protests will be considered by the Chief Steward of the section concerned in consultation with his/her assistants. If the Chief Steward is unable to resolve the protest, then he/she will refer the matter to the Society’s Livestock Committee. R28 ALTERATIONOFAWARDS:IncaseofprotestmadeinaccordancewithRegulationR27,whereby any prize animal becomes disqualified, the winner of the next succeeding prize in that class shall take the prize that had been awarded to the disqualified animal.

R29 PRIZE MONEY PAYMENT: The prize money offered by the Society WILL BE PAID OUT BEFORE 1ST AUGUST 2018 in respect of all prizes offered by the Society. Special prizes offered by private donors of Breed Societies will be paid directly to the winners and the Society cannot hold itself responsible for non-payment of any such prizes. Any claim or complaint regarding prize money paid or unpaid shall be notified to the Livestock Officer of the Society before 1st September 2018. Cheques must be cashed within six months of issue and any cheque not presented within this time limit will deem the prize and cheque cancelled.

R30 CHALLENGE TROPHIES: Winners of trophies offered by the Society may hold these until 1st April of the year following the award when the trophies must be returned in good condition to the Office Supervisor or to the Society’s appointed agents for engraving. Trophies returned by post must be sent by Recorded Delivery. Failure to return trophies by the due date may incur a maximum penalty of £100. The Society’s Trophy Registration Number is shown in brackets after the name of each trophy in the list of Special Prizes in each section. Exhibitors who wish to hold trophies must collect these from the Society’s Offices between 9.00am and 5.00pm on each day of the show days to be signed for.

JUDGES: R31 JUDGES: The Judges are instructed to withhold prizes where the entry is not of sufficient merit, and in awarding prizes the Judges are instructed to make their awards according to the relative merits of the exhibits for breeding purposes in breeding classes. If in the opinion of the Judges any animal appears to be unfit for breeding purposes, the Judges shall be at liberty to have the animal examined by one of the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons, whose opinion shall be considered final and conclusive, and if he/she so directs, the animal will be disqualified from taking a prize which might otherwise be awarded to it.

No person other than a Steward or authorised Official of the Society shall enter a ring when judging is in progress, nor shall have any communication with the Judges during the time of judging, and all exhibitors and their agents acting in opposition to this regulation shall forfeit such prize as may be awarded to their exhibit.

R32 CHANGE OF JUDGE: Should an exhibit be forward for competition, which was either bred or previously owned by the officiating Judge, then a referee may be introduced at the request of the Chief Steward of the Section. The onus of a horse being exhibited in a class judged by a person who has had a financial interest in the animal or which has stood in his stable etc. must be on the exhibitor. The exhibitor will know who is judging from the schedule, whereas the Judge will not know which animals are coming before him until he arrives in the Ring. If there is an unforeseen change of Judge, then the exhibitor should stand down from the class and entry fees will be refunded.

EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO INFORM EXHIBITORS OF A CHANGE IN JUDGE.

6 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online R33 PARADES AND JUDGING: Any exhibitor or employee refusing to bring their exhibits on parade at a specified time when requested by the Stewards to do so shall be liable to forfeit to the Society any prize money previously awarded to the said exhibits. All employees in charge of stock which is to be paraded must have their exhibits ready for such parade 30 minutes prior to the times of parades as laid down in the official timetable. White coats or Breed Society uniform must be worn in the Breed judging Ring and the Grand Parades.

Cattle exhibitors should note that bulls should always have two handlers.

HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS & INSURANCE R34 PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE: All livestock exhibitors should ensure they have adequate public liability insurance cover. R35 SMOKING: To comply with Health and Safety Regulations, we are obliged to inform you that there will be no smoking in the livestock lines or at the stable area. R36 HEALTHANDSAFETYATWORKREGULATION:Exhibitorsareremindedthattheyareresponsible for the observation by themselves, their employees and their contractors or all Health and Safety at Work regulations. Any item of risk or hazard should be reported to the Chief Executive’s Office immediately.

GENERAL R37 VETERINARY SURGEON: it is a condition of entry that the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons may on their own authority give such emergency treatment as they may consider appropriate in the event that the owner or representative cannot be found. R38 DEFRA REGULATION: Exhibitors should be aware of and conform to the regulations in place by DEFRA at all times. R39 TRANSIT OF ANIMALS: From January 2007, Welfare in Transport Regulations (EC) no. 1.2005 will apply. NOTE: It will be an offence to transport any female animal for whom 90% or more of the gestational period has already passed or female animals that have given birth in the previous week.

PLEASE NOTE: if you are transporting animals over 65Kms you will require an Animal Transporter Authorisation, and as from January 2008 it is now a legal requirement to have a Certificate of Competence for transporting animals over 65Kms. (Please check with your local authority).

R40 STALLING OF EXHIBITS: Exhibitors and their employees must see that their exhibits are stalled or penned in the allotted space for them in accordance with their exhibit numbers, and no person shall remove or otherwise deface any notice or exhibit number placed by the Society, or its Officers on the stalls or pens, nor shall any exhibit be stalled or penned in the place allotted to another exhibit, and no persons shall utilise a vacant stall or pen without written consent of the Steward or Chief Steward. The penalty for the infringement of this regulation shall be that the exhibitor whose exhibit is incorrectly stalled or penned shall forfeit all prizes awarded to such exhibit and shall incur a fine of £20 for each day, or part of a day the animal is incorrectly stalled or penned.

No animal shall be cleansed other than at the wash downs provided for this purpose. GREAT CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN WHEN USING POWER WASHERS TO CLEAN LIVESTOCK.

R41 STRAW: Straw will be allocated on the following basis: Cattle – Loose straw in the stall on arrival. Sheep – One third of a bale per pen on arrival. Pigs – Half a bale per pen on arrival. Further straw to be distributed at the beginning and end of each day as required – times to be advised within the lines. No straw tickets will be issued. R42 RUGS AND SHEETS: Except by special permission of the Steward of the Section, no rug or sheet shall be hung up so as to conceal any animal in a horsebox, stall or pen. All sheets used for this purpose must be removed before the opening of the show on each day to the general public and must not be replaced until after the closing of the show each day.

R43 PUBLICITY: Exhibitors will be allowed to promote their herd/flock but the following conditions will apply: a) Cattle section – space allowed per animal forward, maximum of 5’ wide per stall. b) Sheep & pig sections – space allowed per pen maximum of 5’ wide per pen. c) Maximum height for herd/flock publicity boards from ground level, cattle 8’, sheep & pigs 6’.

d) No promotion material to be hung from the roof or placed in the gangways. e) No advertising other than acknowledgements of suppliers will be permitted.

7 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online f) Only rosettes and Prize Cards of this Society to be displayed and these must only be for the current year. g) Exhibit cards provided by the Society must be clearly displayed for each animal forward. R44 STOVES: Exhibitors or their employees desiring to bring portable stoves or barbecues onto the showground for cooking etc.

will only be permitted to do so provided such stoves are carried and used in a properly constructed fire resisting box. Use of stoves will not be permitted under anycircumstanceswithintheconfinesofLivestockandStockPerson’saccommodationwi thin the main showground area.

R45 STEWARDS: No person shall officiate in the judging ring as Steward at the time of judging of a class in which he or she shall have an exhibit. In the event of a Steward making entries after his or her appointment, the Chief Steward shall at his sole discretion appoint a deputy Steward to carry out the duties for the class in question. R46 DOGS / PETS: are not allowed on the showground or in the Stock Lines with the exception of Assistance Dogs and those taking part in competitive classes or events. R47 PENALTIES: Any infringement of any of the Regulations or Conditions printed in this schedule will subject the exhibitor to forfeiture of any prize to which he/she may be entitled (in addition to the consequences attaching to the infringement) and the Council reserve the right to inform other Agricultural Societies and bodies of any decision it may come to with respect to an exhibitor.

R48 INTERPRETATION OF REGULATIONS: The Council reserves to itself the sole absolute right to interpret these or any other prescribed conditions and schedule and to finally settle and determine all or any matter, question, difference, in regard thereto or otherwise arising out of, or in connection with any incident in connection to the show, to substitute Judges for those announced in the schedule, or make additional appointments as may be deemed necessary. R49 PLEASE NOTE: All exhibitors and other persons admitted to the showground shall be subject to the rules, orders, conditions and regulations of the Council of the Three Counties Agricultural Society.

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 and all Officials and Stewards. Three Counties Agricultural Society By order of the Council Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 6NW Three Counties Agricultural Society Telephone: 01684 584900 Fax: 01684 584910 Email: Equineteam@threecounties.co.uk

8 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online HORSE SECTION SPECIAL REGULATIONS APPLYING TO ALL HORSE ENTRIES. ANY PERSON RIDING A HORSE ANYWHERE ON THE SHOWGROUND IS TO WEAR A HARD HAT OF A STANDARD APPROVED BY THEIR APPROPRIATE GOVERNING BODY AND ENSURE THAT THE CHIN STRAP IS FASTENED. NO HORSE IS TO BE RIDDEN OR LED THROUGH THE SHOWGROUND EXCEPT ON DESIGNATED HORSE WALKS. NO CHILDREN OR PUSH CHAIRS PERMITTED IN THE COLLECTING RING OF THE MAIN ARENA. R86 ENTRY FEES: All entry fees are inclusive of VAT @ 20% (any changes in the VAT rate will be applied from the due date).

Fees are as below unless otherwise stated in the schedule. The following fees include the £12.00 Horse of the Year Show Levy and the £9.50 RIHS Levy where applicable. Members Non-Members In Hand Classes £14.00 £23.00 Open Ridden Classes £20.00 £33.00 Horse of the Year Qualifiers £32.00 £45.00 Royal International Qualifiers £29.50 £42.50 SSADL Classes (2nd Round Qualifiers) £25.00 £38.00 Heavy Horse Classes – In Hand/Turnouts £10.00 £10.00 Heavy Horse Ridden – HOYS Qualifier £22.00 £22.00 Double Harness Scurry £14.00 £14.00 Donkey Classes £6.00 £10.00 Foal Classes FOC FOC PRIZE MONEY: NO. OF CATALOGUED ENTRIES 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 1 – 6 £50 £30 £20 7 – 11 £50 £30 £20 £10 12+ £50 £30 £20 £10 £10 £8 FOALS £15 CHAMPION HORSES/PONIES £25: 20 – 99 entries £50: 100 entries or more R87 SPECIAL PRIZE: See regulation R3, page 1 of this Prize List.

No entry fee required. R88 STABLING: Free stabling is not provided. Exhibits must arrive and depart on the day of judging, unless stabling is booked and paid for. Exhibitors requiring stabling for their exhibits must reserve a stable (10’ x 10’) at a charge of £35 inclusive of VAT for the period of 21 hours (from 8.00pm on the evening prior to judging to 5.00pm on the day of judging). Reservations for stables must be made on the entry form in the space provided and payment made at the time of entry. One bale of straw is provided per stable. Stables must be cleaned out by the exhibitor prior to departure.

A deposit of £15 will be charged at the time of booking which will be refunded after the show providing the stable is left clean. The Stable Manager will issue a refund voucher to the Exhibitor after inspection of the stable. This voucher must be sent in to the Three Counties Agricultural Society to claim the refund. R89 FODDER: Free fodder is not provided and will not be available. Exhibitors are strongly advised to bring their requirements with them to the show.

R90 STUD BOOK: every horse entered for competition in the breeding classes shall be entered for, or accepted for, entry in the Stud Book of its breed in this country. R91 AGE: It is only necessary to state the year of birth in respect of all horses except that of foals, where the exact date of birth must be stated on the entry form. No foals under the age of THREE WEEKS will be allowed on the showground. R92 WEIGHT: if in the opinion of the Judges an exhibit in the Ridden Hunter classes is in the wrong weight, transfer to the correct weight class is permitted, and no additional entry fee will be levied.

R93 HEIGHT: All certificates must be available with the horse/pony for inspection, failing which the horse/pony will be measured. Failure to pass this height test or to comply with the Joint MeasurementSchemeRuleBookwilldisqualifythehorse/ponyfromcompetition. Thedecision of the Society’s appointed Veterinary Surgeon will be final. R94 ELIGIBILITY: In all classes, animals must be practically sound and no veterinary inspection will be required except where it may be considered necessary by the Judges, or on a protest

9 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online being lodged.

The owner of the animal rejected for unsoundness may, upon request in writing to the Chief Executive, be furnished with a copy of the Veterinary Inspector’s Certificate, and if he so desires, may remove the animal from the showground at once upon rejection. R95 CLASS ATTENDANCE: it is the exhibitor’s responsibility to present their exhibit(s) on time for classes. R96 AMALGAMATION OF CLASSES: The Society reserves the right to amalgamate classes if appropriate.

R97 BREEDING CLASSES: Mares whose foals have died or are prevented from being exhibited owing to accident or illness CANNOT be exhibited. R98 EQUINEINFLUENZA:Itisstronglyrecommendedthatallhorsesandponiesshouldbevaccin ated. The Society’s Veterinary Surgeons will carry out regular checks of the horse lines. The Stewards, at the direction of the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons, are empowered to require any horse or pony showing clinical signs of equine influenza to be immediately removed from the showground. In the event of a serious outbreak the Society reserves the right to require vaccination certificates to be produced.

R99 FARRIER: A farrier will be in attendance each day of the show from 07.00 until 18.00. R100 FALL OF HORSE/PONY OR RIDER: A fall of horse/pony or rider during any class will result in elimination. The rider must not remount in the ring and should see a medically qualified attendant before remounting. R101 OWNERS/HANDLERS: All horses must have a competent person in charge. R102 ALL STALLIONS: are to be stabled in separate accommodation for Health & Safety reasons. R103 DRESS CODE: Grooms/Attendants appearing with animals in judging rings must be of smart appearance and in proper dress code (not jeans), with appropriate headwear, R104 MOBILE PHONES: The use of mobile phones is not permitted within the Collecting and judging Rings.

R105 TIMETABLE: Classes may commence at or after the published time. The Society will not be responsible for any loss where an exhibitor has made entries in more than one class and because of a time over run it is not possible for him/her or the horse/pony to compete in one or more later classes. No claim for refund of fees paid or other loss, direct, indirect or consequential will be accepted or paid. Once a class has commenced trotting it is deemed the class is closed and no further exhibitors may enter the ring. R106 SHOWING: In some circumstances exhibitors may be asked to perform their show two at a time.

The Judge may choose to organise a set show for exhibitors to perform. TSR QUALIFIERS Riders can now qualify for three Championships with a TSR card. Not only can they qualify for a TSR Final, they can also enter the BSHA Grass Roots Championships in September at the BSHA Championship Show, Addington, PLUS the SHB(GB) Riding Club Championship. TSR Riders & In Hand Regional Finals – This show is a qualifier for the 2018 TSR Regional Finals. Qualify and enter ANY of the Regional Finals – Central, East Anglia, North West, North East, South East, South, Wales & South Wales or Scottish. You DO NOT have to be a TSR Member to qualify or enter a final.

The Rider/Handler qualifies and can enter any horse/pony in any number of finals! TSR Riders Finals – 1st & 2nd riders qualify and will receive a qualification card in the ring. TSR In Hand Finals – The two highest placed handlers with a TSR In Hand Card will qualify in any In Hand class. Handlers MUST have their cards signed in the ring by the Judge/Steward. Cards are available FREE from the TSR website. Full details at: www.theshowingregister.co.uk TSR Medal Awards – TSR members can collect qualification cards and signatures and redeem a TSR Medals. See TSR website for details.

BSHA Grass Roots Championships – With a TSR qualification card you can also enter the BSHA Grass Roots Championships in September at Addington Equestrian Centre. You do not have to be a BSHA Member to qualify or enter the Final. See www.britishshowhorse.org PLUS the Sport Horse GB Riding Club Championships www.sporthorsegb.co.uk for details.

10 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online MAIN ARENA 8.00am Judges: Mr R James (C) & Mrs J M Cooper (P) Class H143 M&M Lead Rein Class (HOYS) Class H144 M&M First Ridden (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 11.15am Class H237 Double Harness Scurry - Small 12.45pm Class H269 Two Fence Challenge - SJ 2.00pm Class H238 Double Harness Scurry - Large 5.00pm Judge: Mrs C Grover Class H266 Heavy Horse Turnouts - Teams HEREFORD RING 8.00am Judges: Mrs C Frith (C) & Mrs E A Nicholls (J) Class H147 M&M WHP exc 143cms (HOYS) Class H148 M&M WHP 143cms (HOYS) Class H149 M&M WHP 133cms (HOYS) Class H150 M&M WHP 122cms (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP Not before 1.00pm Judges: Mr M Saunders (C) & Mrs H Banbury (J) Class H151 Novice M&M WHP 122cms Class H152 Novice M&M WHP 133cms Class H153 Novice M&M WHP 143cms Class H154 Novice M&M WHP exc 143cms CHAMPIONSHIP MALVERN RING 8.00am Judges: Mrs J Beatham (C) & Mrs M Taylor (P) Class H128 Ridden Welsh C (HOYS) Class H129 Ridden Fell (HOYS) Class H130 Ridden Connemara (HOYS Class H131 Ridden Welsh D (HOYS) Class H132 Ridden New Forest (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP Not before 1.00pm Judges: Mrs J MacInnes (C) & Mrs V Hampton (P) Class H133 Ridden Dart/Exmoor/Shetland (HOYS) Class H134 Ridden Welsh A (HOYS) Class H135 Ridden Welsh B (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP GLOUCESTER RING 8.00am Judge: Ms A Gomersall Class H213 Ridden Connemara Class H214 Connemara 1,2,3 years Class H215 Connemara 4 years & over CHAMPIONSHIP 9.15am Judge: Mrs J MacInnes Class H207 Ridden New Forest Class H208 New Forest Colt / Stallion Class H209 New Forest Mare / Gelding Class H210 New Forest Colt / Filly Foal Class H211 New Forest 2-3 years Filly / Gelding Class H212 New Forest Yearling CHAMPIONSHIP 11.15am Judges: Ms G Wright (C) & Ms A Gomersall (P) Class H141 Junior Ridden M&M Sm Breeds (HOYS) Class H142 Junior Ridden M&M Lge Breeds (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 1.15pm Judge: Mr R James Class H216 Highland / Dales / Fell 4 years & over Class H217 Highland / Dales / Fell 2-3 years old Class H218 Highland / Dales / Fell Foal/Yearling CHAMPIONSHIP Class H219 Ridden Highland/Dales/Fell 2.30pm Judge: Mrs J M Cooper Class H136 Novice Ridden Dart/Exmoor/Shetland Class H137 Novice Ridden Welsh A / B Class H138 Novice Ridden New Forest / Connemara Class H139 Novice Ridden Fell / Highland / Dales Class H140 Novice Ridden Welsh C / D CHAMPIONSHIP ROYAL THREE COUNTIES SHOW PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE Friday 15th June 2018

11 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online LEDBURY RING 8.00am Judge: Mrs J Kilbey (Idyllic) Class H155 Novice Welsh A Broodmare Class H156 Welsh A Broodmare Class H157 Welsh A Colt / Filly Foal Class H158 Welsh A Barren Mare / Gelding Class H159 Welsh A Yearling Colt Class H160 Welsh A Yearling Filly / Gelding Class H161 Welsh A 2-3 years Filly / Gelding Class H162 Welsh A 2-3 years Colt Class H163 Welsh A Stallion CHAMPIONSHIP 10.15am Judge: Mrs C Grover Class H253 Shire Barren Mare Class H254 Shire Broodmare Class H255 Shire Colt / Filly Foal Class H256 Shire Gelding Class H257 Shire 2 years old Class H258 Shire Yearling CHAMPIONSHIP Class H259 Any Other Heavy Horse Breed 12.00noon Judge: Mrs R E Cheetham (Carrwood) Class H164 Welsh B Barren Mare / Gelding Class H165 Welsh B Broodmare Class H166 Welsh B Colt / Filly Foal Class H167 Welsh B Yearling Colt Class H168 Welsh B Yearling Filly / Gelding Class H169 Welsh B 2-3 years Filly / Gelding Class H170 Welsh B 2-3 years Colt Class H171 Welsh B Stallion CHAMPIONSHIP 1.45pm Judge: Mr D D Morgan (Parc) Class H173 Welsh C Barren Mare / Gelding Class H174 Welsh C Broodmare Class H175 Welsh C Colt/Filly Foal Class H176 Welsh C Yearling Filly / Gelding Class H177 Welsh C Yearling Colt Class H178 Welsh C 2-3 years Filly / Gelding Class H179 Welsh B Stallion / Colt CHAMPIONSHIP 3.00pm Judge: Mrs E A Russell (Gartconnel) Class HS81 Supreme Welsh Championship Judge: Mrs E A Russell Class H172 Ridden Welsh A / B Class H187 Ridden Welsh C / D Judge: Mrs E A Nicholls Class H145 Novice Ridden M&M Lead Rein Class H146 Novice Ridden M&M First Ridden CHAMPIONSHIP WORCESTER RING 8.00am Judge: Mr D R Smith (Broughton) Class H180 Welsh D Barren Mare / Gelding Class H181 Welsh D Broodmare Class H182 Welsh D Colt / Filly Foal Class H183 Welsh D Yearling Class H184 Welsh D 2-3 years Filly / Gelding Class H185 Welsh D 2-3 years Colt Class H186 Welsh D Stallion CHAMPIONSHIP 10.00am (Split Ring) Judge: Mrs E M Houghton Class H188 Ridden Dartmoor Class H189 Dartmoor Mare Class H190 Dartmoor Colt / Filly Foal Class H191 Dartmoor 2-3 yrs Filly / Gelding Class H192 Dartmoor Yearling Class H193 Dartmoor Gelding Class H194 Dartmoor Stallion / Colt 10.00am (Split Ring) Judge: Mr M Dewhurst Class H195 Exmoor 4 years old & over Class H196 Exmoor 1,2,3 years old CHAMPIONSHIP Class H197 Ridden Exmoor 11.45am Judge: Mr D Hodge Class H198 Miniature Shetland Mare Class H199 Miniature Shetland Foal Class H200 Miniature Shetland Stallion / Gelding Class H201 Miniature Shetland 1,2,3 years old CHAMPIONSHIP Class H202 Shetland Mare Class H203 Shetland Foal Class H204 Shetland Stallion / Gelding Class H205 Shetland 1,2,3 years old CHAMPIONSHIP Class H206 Ridden Shetland 3.30pm Class H267 Senior Foxhunter / 1.20m Open Class H268 Avon National 1.30m Open ROYAL THREE COUNTIES SHOW PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE Friday 15th June 2018

12 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online MAIN ARENA 7.45am Judges: Mrs R Hetherington (C) & Mr T Chalmers (R) Class H1 LWT Hunter (HOYS) Class H2 MWT Hunter (HOYS) Class H3 HWT Hunter (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 11.15am Judges: Mrs C Grover & Ms T Southern Class H252 Ridden Heavy Horse (HOYS) 1.35pm Class H272 Six Bar Show Jumping 2.35pm Class HS107 Double Harness Scurry Final 5.10pm Judge: Mrs C Grover Class H262 Single Agricultural Turnouts Class H265 Pairs Trade Turnouts GLOUCESTER RING 8.00am Judges: Mr M Jones (C) & Mrs L Cadman Class H99 Show Pony 128cms (HOYS) Class H100 Show Pony 138cms (HOYS) Class H101 Show Pony 148cms (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 11.15am Judges: Mr D Machin (C) & Mrs S Palmer (P) Class H111 Show Hunter Pony 122cms (HOYS) Class H112 Show Hunter Pony 133cms (HOYS) Class H113 Show Hunter Pony 143cms (HOYS) Class H114 Show Hunter Pony 153cms (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP Judges: Mrs L Homer (C) & Mrs A Fowler (P) Class H115 Lead Rein SHP (HOYS) Judges: Mrs L Homer (C) & Mrs A Fowler (P) Class H121 Ridden Part Bred Pony (HOYS) Not before 3.00pm Judge: Mrs J Bryer Class HS60 Supreme Pony Championship MALVERN RING 8.00am Judges: Mrs A Fowler (C) & Mrs L Homer (P) Class H102 Int Show Hunter Type (HOYS) Class H103 Int Show Riding Type 153cms (HOYS) Class H104 Int Show Riding Type 158cms (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 11.00am Judges: Mrs J Cope (C) & Mrs J Banks (R) Class H6 4 years old Ridden Hunter Class H7 Novice Ridden Hunter CHAMPIONSHIP 1.00pm Judges: Mrs A Hooley (C) & Miss M Traves (R) Class H8 Small Hunters (HOYS) Class H9 Ladies Side Saddle (HOYS) 3.00pm Judges: Mrs J Cope (C) & Mrs J Banks (R) Class H4 LWT Amateur Hunter Class H5 HWT Amateur Hunter CHAMPIONSHIP WORCESTER RING 8.15am Judge: Miss A Sheppard Class H109 Novice First Ridden SHP Class H110 Open First Ridden SHP CHAMPIONSHIP 9.30am Judge: Miss A Sheppard Class H107 Novice Show Pony Lead Rein Class H108 Novice Show Pony First Ridden CHAMPIONSHIP 11.30am Judges: Mr T Chalmers (C) & Mrs R Hetherington (P) Class H105 Lead Rein Show Pony (HOYS) Class H106 First Ridden Show Pony (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 3.30pm Class H270 Malvern 1.25m Open Class H271 National 1.30m Open ROYAL THREE COUNTIES SHOW PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE Saturday 16th June 2018 7.45am Judges: Mr P Hilton (C) & Mrs M Ludlow (J) Class H116 Nursery Stakes Class H117 WHP 133cms (HOYS) Class H118 WHP 143cms (HOYS) Class H119 WHP 153cms (HOYS) Class H120 WHP 158cms (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 1.00pm Judges: Mr A Edmunds (C) & Mrs A Lance (R) Class H10 Cuddy LWT Working Hunter (HOYS) Class H11 Cuddy HWT Working Hunter (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP Judges: Mrs H Hillard (C) & Mrs J Hubbard (R) Class H12 Novice Working Hunter Class H13 Amateur Working Hunter CHAMPIONSHIP HEREFORD RING

13 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online SEE INSIDE FRONT COVER FOR LAYOUT OF SHOW RINGS LEDBURY RING A 8.00am Judge: Mrs H Hillard Class H14 Small Hunter Broodmare Class H15 Hunter Colt / Filly Foal Class H16 LWT Hunter Broodmare Class H17 Hunter Colt / Filly Foal Class H18 HWT Hunter Broodmare Class H19 Hunter Colt / Filly Foal CHAMPION MARE CHAMPION FOAL Class H20 Hunter Yearling Class H21 Hunter 2 years old Class H22 Hunter 3 years old CHAMPION YOUNGSTOCK CHAMPION HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP 10.30am Judge: Mrs J Bryer Class H23 Sport Horse Yearling Class H24 Sport Horse 2-3 years Class H25 Sport Horse Mare/Gelding Class H26 Sport Horse Foal CHAMPIONSHIP 12.15pm Judge: Mrs L Cadman Class H97 Side Saddle Equitation 1.00pm Judge: Ms T Southern Class H75 Irish Draught Graded Mare Class H76 Irish Draught Colt / Filly Foal Class H77 Irish Draught Yearling Class H78 Irish Draught 2-3 years Class H79 ID Sport Horse Yearling Class H80 ID Sport Horse 2-3 years CHAMPIONSHIP Class H81 Ridden Irish Draught Class H82 Ridden Irish Draught Sports Horse CHAMPIONSHIP 3.00pm Judge: Mr J Lloyd Class H87 Ridden Cleveland Bay 3.45pm Judge: Mr D Machin Class H27 Flat Ridden Sport Horse 4.30pm Judge: Mrs L Cadman Class H98 Classical Ladies Side Saddle LEDBURY RING B 8.00am Judge: Mrs M E Mansfield-Parnell Class H122 Riding Pony Broodmare Class H123 Riding Pony Colt / Filly Foal Class H124 Riding Pony Yearling Class H125 Riding Pony 2-3 years 128cms Class H126 Riding Pony 2-3 years 138cms Class H127 Riding Pony 2-3 years 148cms CHAMPION YOUNGSTOCK SUPREME RIDING PONY CHAMPIONSHIP 10.00am Judge: Mr J Lloyd Class H83 Cleveland Bay 4 years & over Class H84 Cleveland Bay Broodmare Class H85 Cleveland Bay Foal Class H86 Cleveland Bay 1,2,3 years CHAMPIONSHIP 11.30am Judge: Mrs T Day Class H30 Hack Broodmare Class H31 Hack Colt / Filly Foal Class H32 Small Hack Yearling Class H33 Large Hack Yearling Class H34 Small Hack 2-3 years Class H35 Large Hack 2-3 years CHAMPIONSHIP 1.15pm Judge: Mr P Hilton Class H38 Riding Horse Broodmare Class H39 Riding Horse Colt / Filly Foal Class H40 Large Riding Horse Yearling Class H41 Large Riding Horse 2-3 years Class H42 Small Riding Horse Yearling Class H43 Small Riding Horse 2-3 years CHAMPIONSHIP 3.15pm Judge: Mrs T Day Class H223 Miniature Horse Stallion Class H224 Miniature Horse Mare / Gelding Class H225 Miniature Horse 1,2,3 years CHAMPIONSHIP ROYAL THREE COUNTIES SHOW PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE Saturday 16th June 2018

14 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online MAIN ARENA 8.00am Judges: Miss D Atkinson (C) & Mrs L Bell (R) Class H44 LWT Ridden Cobs (HOYS) Class H45 HWT Ridden Cobs (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 10.00am Judge: Mrs C Grover Class H260 Best Working Harness Class H261 Best Decorated Harness 12.00pm Judge: Mrs C Grover Class H263 Single HH Trade Turnout Class H264 Pairs Agricultural Turnout 2.40pm Judge: Ms J Beswick Class H248 Driven Concours D’Elegance Class H249 Driven Sporting Concours LEDBURY RING 8.15am Judges: Mrs S Wooderson & Miss P Bindley Class H226 In Hand Pre-Senior Horse/Pony Class H227 In Hand Senior Horse / Pony Class H228 In Hand Senior Plus Horse / Pony Class H229 Ridden Pre-Senior Horse/Pony Class H230 Ridden Senior Horse / Pony Class H231 Ridden Senior Plus Horse/Pony CHAMPIONSHIP HEREFORD RING 8.00am Judges: Mrs G Oakes (C) & Miss R Adlam (R/P) Class H92 Novice Potential Showing Class Class H93 RoR Novice Ridden Show Horse Class H94 RoR Tattersalls Ridden TB Class H95 Novice Potential Performance TB Class H96 RoR Racehorse Challenge CHAMPIONSHIP 2.00pm Judges: Mr J Keen (C) & Mrs P Hollings (R) Class H47 Working Show Horse MALVERN RING 8.00am Judges: Mr J Keen (C) & Mrs E Edwards-Brady (R) Class H28 Ridden Small Hacks (HOYS) Class H29 Ridden Large Hacks (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 10.15am Judges: Mr R Ramsay (C) & Mrs E Edwards-Brady (R) Class H36 Small Riding Horses (HOYS) Class H37 Large Riding Horses (HOYS) CHAMPIONSHIP 12.15pm Judges: Mrs D Atkinson (C) & Mrs L Bell (R) Class H46 Amateur Owner/Rider Cob 1.15pm Judges: Mrs D Atkinson (C) & Mrs L Bell (R) Class H48 Maxi Cobs (HOYS) 3.00pm Judge: Mr A Williams Class HS102 Cuddy Supreme In Hand WORCESTER RING 8.15am Judge: Mr C Porter Class H232 Best Conditioned Donkey Class H233 Donkey Stallion/Gelding Class H234 Donkey Mare Class H235 Donkey 1,2,3 years Class H236 Pet Donkey CHAMPIONSHIP 9.30am Judge: Mrs H J Davies Class H220 Ridden Haflinger Class H221 In Hand Haflinger Colt /Stallion/Gelding Class H222 In Hand Haflinger Filly/Mare CHAMPIONSHIP 10.45am Judge: Mr C Porter Class H63 In Hand Appaloosas/Spotted 4 yrs + Class H64 In Hand Appaloosas/Spotted 1,2,3 yrs CHAMPIONSHIP Class H65 In Hand Part Bred Appaloosa/Spotted Class H66 Ridden Appaloosa/Spotted 11.45am Judge: Ms S Whitfield Class H88 In Hand Palomino Yearling Class H89 In Hand Palomino 2-3 years Class H90 In Hand Palomino 4 years & over CHAMPIONSHIP Class H91 Ridden Palomino 2.00pm Class H273 1.05m Open Class H274 Senior Newcomers / 1.10m Open Class H275 1.15m Open ROYAL THREE COUNTIES SHOW PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE Sunday 17th June 2018

15 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online GLOUCESTER RING 8.00am Judges: Mrs C Dew (C) & Mrs S White (R/P) Class H67 Ridden Pie/Skew Trad/Native Pony Class H68 Ridden Pie/Skew Plaited Pony Class H69 Ridden Pie/Skew Plaited Horse Class H70 Ridden Pie/Skew Trad/Native Horse Class H71 Ridden Pie/Skew Pony Class H72 Ridden Pie/Skew Horse CHAMPIONSHIP 11.15am Judge: Mrs P Hollings Class H60 Ridden Pure Bred Arab Class H61 Ridden AA/PBA not exc 148cms Class H62 Ridden AA/PBA exceeding 148cms CHAMPIONSHIP 12.30pm Judge: Mrs S White Class H73 In Hand Pie/Skew Pony Class H74 In Hand Pie/Skew Horse CHAMPIONSHIP 1.00pm Judge: Mr C Lowe Class H49 Arabian Mare Class H50 Arabian Yearling Filly Class H51 Arabian 2-3 years old Filly Class H52 Arabian Yearling Colt Class H53 Arabian 2-3 years old Colt/Gelding Class H54 Arabian Gelding Class H55 Arabian Stallion CHAMPIONSHIP Judge: Mr C Lowe Class H56 AA / PBA Yearling Class H57 AA / PBA 2-3 years not exc 148cms Class H58 AA / PBA 2-3 years exc 148cms Class H59 AA / PBA 4 years old & over CHAMPIONSHIP COTSWOLD RING 9.15am Judge: Mrs V Hampton Class H239 Junior/Disabled/Novice Driver 9.45am Class H240 2 Wheeled Exercise Vehicle 10.15am Class H241 4 Wheeled Exercise Vehicle 10.45am Class H242 Whip and Groom 11.15am Class H243 Private Driving 122cms (HOYS) 11.45am Class H244 Private Driving 138cms (HOYS) 12.15pm Class H245 Private Driving exc 138cms (HOYS) PRIVATE DRIVING CHAMPIONSHIP 12.45pm Judge: Mrs L Walsh Class H246 Hackney Harness Pony 2.10pm Collect in Cotswold Ring for Classes: Class H248 Concours D’Elegance Class H249 Sporting Concours 3.00pm Judge: Mrs L Walsh Class H247 Hackney Harness Horse HACKNEY CHAMPIONSHIP 3.30pm Judge: Class H250 Debutante Traditional Carriage Driving Class H251 “Essence of Attelage” Driving ROYAL THREE COUNTIES SHOW PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE Sunday 17th June 2018

16 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online RIDDEN HUNTERS – WEIGHT CLASSES SPONSORED BY LINK BUSINESS CENTRE REGULATIONS These classes will run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show Rule Book, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association. Horses must be registered with the Association and all Owners, Producers and Riders must be Association Members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW. The highest placed unqualified Show Hunter in the first three, in classes H1-H3 will qualify for Horse of the Year Show, NEC Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. No horse lower than third will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show Office. Horses competing at the Horse of the Year Show and qualifying shows in The Hunter sections of 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 Sport Horse classes. Entries in these classes may not compete in the Small Show Hunter of the Year and vice versa. Competitors must enter their horses in the appropriate sections, but section A will be judged first, and the judges shall have the power to transfer exhibits to section B or C if they deem it necessary.

The Cleveland Bay Horse Society kindly offer rosettes to the highest placed registered pure or part-bred Cleveland Bay in these classes. To be eligible, recipients of the rosettes must provide the relevant registration number. THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) from each of classes H1-H3, that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers, i.e. with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding, will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2000 Challenge.

Horses need not be registered with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) to qualify but must be on the IDHS(GB) registers by the time of the Championship, which will be held at the IDHS(GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th - 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF. NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS(GB) that they have qualified for the Final.

In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will be awarded a trophy and £100 and the highest placed 158cm (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50 the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive a silver salver and a rug. The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award a Special Incentive Card to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse Pure Bred or Irish Draught Sport Horse in classes H1-H3.

To be eligible, exhibits must be registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) on either the Irish Draught Breed or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form JUDGES: Mrs R Hetherington, Middleham, North Yorkshire (Conformation) Mr T Chalmers, Colchester, Essex (Ride) H1 Catplant Group of Companies Ltd Lightweight Show Hunter - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying up to 12 stone 7 lbs. Exceeding 158cms.

H2 Catplant Group of Companies Ltd Middleweight Show Hunter - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying 12 stone 7 lbs and not exceeding 14 stone. Exceeding 158cms. H3 Catplant Group of Companies Ltd Heavyweight Show Hunter - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying over 14 stone. Exceeding 158cms. HS1 CHAMPION RIDDEN HUNTER - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H1-H3. The Rennel Perpetual Cup (41), a gift of Lord Rennel, KBE, CB, DL. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

HS2 WINNER OF CLASS H3 - the “Work of Art” Perpetual Cup (80), a gift of the late Mr J R Sumner, CBE, DL, JP.

17 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online AMATEUR RIDDEN HUNTERS REGULATIONS These classes are affiliated to the Sport Horse Breeding (GB) and will run under their rules. 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 Society. Day Ticket = £35 (this entitles competitors to compete at a maximum of 2 show’s 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.

SHB(GB) AMATEUR CLASS 1) Engage in livery, buying, selling, dealing or hiring horses as a means of deriving a main source of income since 1st January 2016.

2) Accept remuneration whether it be monetary or goods in kind for employment in connection with horses in a racing, showing or livery stable or riding school (instruction at Pony Club and Riding Club excepted). Since 1st January 2016. 3) Show a horse owned or sponsored by a company or commercial firm, or a horse for which his or her immediate family accepts livery or training charges from a person outside the immediate concern since 1st January 2016. 4) Show a horse which a professional rider has ridden in any ridden hunter or ridden sport horse class during the current year, with the exception of working hunter classes & ladies hunter classes unless the horse has subsequently been re-registered under new ownership.

5) Professional show persons must not enter the Amateur Ring whilst the classes are in progress. A professional show person is another term for a professional producer and as such a professional groom who works for a producer can enter the ring to groom.

6) A professional rider must not ride or exercise an amateur’s horse on the day it is competing in amateur classes. 7) Amateur Home Produced – Horses which are either stabled at home or in a D.I.Y yard and which since 1st January 2018 have not been shown by a professional during the current season or stabled in a professional yard at any time in 2018. Must be ridden by an Amateur. This does not exclude the Amateur Owner Home Produced riders having lessons at any time with an instructor, providing the horse remains stabled at home or in a D.I.Y. yard. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS ROYAL INTERNATIONAL HORSE SHOW 2019 QUALIFIERS - in Class H4, the two highest placed smalls and the two highest placed lightweights will qualify and in Class H5 the two highest placed middleweights and the two highest placed heavyweights will qualify.

Judges must place all horses to determine qualifiers.

THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) from each of the following classes that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, i.e. with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding, will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2,000 Challenge. Horses need not be registered with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) Registers by the time of the Championship which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th – 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire.

NG32 2EF. N.B: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and a £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final. In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cm (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed *Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug.

18 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online JUDGES: Mrs J Cope, Witney, Oxfordshire (Conformation) Mrs J Banks, Skirlaigh, Yorkshire (Ride) H4 Lightweight Amateur Hunter 2018 RIHS Qualifier -for amateur exhibitors. Mare or gelding 4 years old or over, capable of carrying up to 13 stone. H5 Heavyweight Amateur Hunter 2018 RIHS Qualifier - for amateur exhibitors. Mare or gelding 4 years old or over, capable of carrying over 13 stone. HS3 CHAMPION AMATEUR RIDDEN HUNTER - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H4-H5. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

FOUR YEARS OLD & NOVICE HUNTERS REGULATIONS These classes are unaffiliated.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) from each of the following classes that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, i.e. with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding, will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2,000 Challenge. Horses need not be registered with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) Registers by the time of the Championship which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th – 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire.

NG32 2EF. N.B: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and a £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final. In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cm (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed *Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug.

SPECIALPRIZEkindlysponsoredbyMr&MrsRobertHamilton. £50,arosetteandapieceofengraved glassware for the highest placed horse in classes H6 and H7 owned and ridden by an amateur resident in the Three Counties. JUDGES: Mrs J Cope, Witney, Oxfordshire (Conformation) Mrs J Banks, Skirlaigh, Yorkshire (Ride) H6 4 years old, Mare or gelding, exceeding 148cm/14.2hh, any weight. H7 Novice Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, any weight. Not having won a first prize value of £60 or a total of £200 (or equivalent values) in prize money in any Ridden Hunter classes at home or abroad, before 1 January 2018.

HS4 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H6 & H7. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. HS5 SPECIAL PRIZE - £50 and rosette for the highest placed horse in classes H6 and H7 owned and ridden by an amateur resident in the Three Counties.

19 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online SMALL SHOW HUNTERS & LADIES SIDE SADDLE HORSE REGULATIONS These classes will run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk.

Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association. Horses must be registered with the Association and all Owners, producers and Riders must be Association Members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. Horses competing at the Horse of the Year Show and qualifying shows in The Hunter sections of 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.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW. The highest placed unqualified Small Show Hunter in the first three, in class H8 qualify for Horse of the Year Show, NEC Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. No horse lower than third will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show Office. Entries in this class may not compete in the Show Hunter of the Year, and vice versa. The highest placed unqualified Ladies’ Side Saddle Horse in the first five in class H9 will qualify for the Horse of the Year Show, NEC Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. No horse lower than fifth will qualify.

Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show Office.

THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) from each of the following classes (please enter the class numbers) that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, i.e. with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding, will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2,000 Challenge. Horses need not be registered with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) Registers by the time of the Championship which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th – 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire.

NG32 2EF. N.B: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and a £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final. In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cm (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed *Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug.

The Cleveland Bay Horse Society kindly offer rosettes to the highest placed registered pure or part-bred Cleveland Bay in class H9. To be eligible, recipients of the rosettes must provide the relevant registration number.

JUDGES: Mrs A Hooley, Hoarwithy, Herefordshire (Conformation) Miss M Traves, Escrick, Yorkshire (Ride) H8 Small Show Hunter - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148 cms but not exceeding 158 cms. H9 Ladies’ Side Saddle - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Open to all Horses registered with the BSHA. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cm to be ridden side saddle by a lady. Exhibits will be required to gallop/extend together during the Go Round phase.

HS6 SPECIAL ROSETTE offered by The Side Saddle Association to the highest placed SSA Member riding Side Saddle.

HS7 £10 PRIZE presented by Mrs J Guille, Herefordshire to the best turned out rider in the Ladies Hunter class. (Guidance on turnout is available in the SSA Yearbook, or on application to the Show Office). HS8 BEST EXHIBIT IN CLASS H8 PROPERTY OF A RESIDENT IN THE THREE COUNTIES (Gloucestershire,Herefordshire,Worcestershire)-theGadesdenMemorialPerpetual Cup (19), a gift of the Misses Gadesden.

20 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online OPEN WORKING HUNTERS REGULATIONS This class will be run in accordance with the British Show Horse Association however the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook will take precedence, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. Horses must be registered with the Association and all Owners, Exhibitors and Riders must be Association Members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. No entry will be accepted unless accompanied by Registration Numbers. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www. grandstandentries.com.

This competition is for Working Hunters, any weight, mares, geldings or stallions (competing stallions must have a red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail), four years old & over, exceeding 148cms, to be ridden. Any horse which has qualified as a Grade A Show Jumper or Advanced Event Horse as at 1st January in the current year is not eligible to compete in Working Hunter Classes. All Riders, Owners and Producers must be members of the British Show Horse Association. Horses must be registered with the British Show Horse Association.

Fences will not exceed 1.14m (3’9”) in height.

There should be a minimum of 8 fences and a maximum of 12 fences. The course must contain a combination and should contain a water tray. These classes will be judged in two parts. Part One (Jumping) will be judged first, without a jump- off. All clear rounds and any other horses the Judges may require will go forward to the next part. A rider can ride up to two horses in the jumping phase but must then select only one horse to take forward into the ride and conformation section if required. (No change of rider is allowed). Marks must be awarded in the following way: PHASE I (60 MARKS) A: JUMPING POINTS 40 MARKS B: STYLE WHILE JUMPING 20 MARKS PHASE II (40 MARKS) C: CONFORMATION 20 MARKS D: RIDE 20 MARKS In the event of equality the CONFORMATION MARK from Phase II will take precedence, followed by the RIDE MARK, and then the STYLE MARK.

Failure to jump in the correct section will result in elimination. Both classes will be jumped over the same course and height. When judging the Championship,Judgeswillusethemarkstheyhavealreadyallocatedasaguide.Thehighe stplaced unqualified horse within the top three Championship will qualify for Horse of the Year Show. The Championship is only open to the first and second prize winners in the lightweight and heavyweight Working Hunter classes respectively. The four horses forward in the Working Hunter Championship must all be placed as any one of the top three could be eligible for HOYS qualification.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW. The highest placed, unqualified horse in the Championship will qualify for the Horse of the Year Show, NEC Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show Office.

THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) with a minimum of25% proven Irish Draught breeding from classes H10 – H11 will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2000 Challenge, which will be held at the IDHS(GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th - 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF. NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final.

In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a Trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will be awarded a Trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cms (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug.

21 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award a Special Incentive Card to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse Pure Bred or Irish Draught Sport Horse in classes H10-H11. To be eligible, exhibits must be registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) on either the Irish Draught Breed or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form. JUDGES: Mr A Edmunds, Oakham, Rutland (Conformation) Mrs A Lance, Lewes, East Sussex (Ride) COURSE BUILDER: Mr S Grundy Failure to jump in the correct section will result in elimination.

H10 LightweightWorkingHunter-HorseoftheYearShowQualifier. Mare,geldingorstallion, 4 years old or over exceeding 148cms capable of carrying 12 stone 7lbs and under. Small Hunters to be included in this category. Competing stallions must have a red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail.

H11 Heavyweight Working Hunter - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare, gelding or stallion, 4 years old or over exceeding 158cms capable of carrying over 79.5kgs (12 stone 7lbs). Middleweight Hunters to be included in this category. Competing stallions must have a red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail. HS9 CHAMPION WORKING HUNTER open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H10 & H11. Teresa Norman Memorial Perpetual Trophy (167). TCAS Rosettes to Champion and Reserve. NOVICE & AMATEUR WORKING HUNTERS REGULATIONS All Ridden Hunter classes will be judged under 2018 SHB(GB) rules.

All entries must be on the SHB(GB) Basic ID and Owners & Riders current members of SHB(GB). Day Ticket = £35 (this entitles competitorstocompeteatamaximumof2show’sintheyear–itcoversownerandridermembe rship 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.

It is strongly recommended that competitors 18 years old & over wear correctly secured Skull Caps / Riding Hats that meet one of the following Safety Standard: All PAS 015; VG1; ASTM F1163 04a onwards; SNELL E2001; AS/NZ 3838 2003 onwards. It is mandatory for competitors under the age of 18 to wear such Skull Caps or Riding Hats. In the jumping phase of Working Hunter classes Skull Caps / Riding Hats must be worn. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) with a minimum of25% proven Irish Draught breeding from classes H12 – H13 will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2000 Challenge, which will be held at the IDHS(GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th - 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF.

NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final. In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a Trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will be awarded a Trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cms (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug.

The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award a Special Incentive Card to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse Pure Bred or Irish Draught Sport Horse in classes H12-H13. To be eligible, exhibits must be registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) on either the Irish Draught Breed or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form.

22 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online JUDGES: Mrs H Hillard, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire (Conformation) Mrs J Hubbard, Oakham, Rutland (Ride) COURSE BUILDER: Mr S Grundy H12 Novice Working Hunter Class. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over not to have won a total of £100 in prize money (excluding Championship prize money) in SHB(GB) affiliated Working Hunter classes or more than 200 BS points or 5 BE points before 1 January 2018. Maximum height of fences 3’ 3”. Working Hunters may compete ‘Hors Concours’ in Novice Working Hunter classes in the jumping phase only at the discretion of the show secretary but the horse cannot compete in any other Working Hunter classes for the duration of that Show.

H13 Amateur Working Hunter Class. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cms (14.2hh approx.) To be ridden by an amateur, as defined under 2018 SHB (GB) rules. Fences will not exceed 3’ 6” (1.07m) HS10 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H12 & H13. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. HUNTERS IN HAND REGULATIONS SMALL HUNTER YOUNGSTOCK – Any colt, gelding or filly estimated not to reach over 158cms (15.2hh approximately) at maturity. In these classes, yearlings are not to exceed 150cms, 2 years old not to exceed 155cms and 3 years old not to exceed 157cms on the day of the show.

In the event of an objection, the horse must be presented for measurement by a registered JMB Veterinary Surgeon within 21 days.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award a Special Incentive Card to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse Pure Bred or Irish Draught Sport Horse in classes H14-H22. To be eligible, exhibits must be registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) on either the Irish Draught Breed or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form. The Cleveland Bay Horse Society kindly offer rosettes to the highest placed registered (or in the case of foals, eligible for registration) pure or part-bred Cleveland Bay in these classes. To be eligible, recipients of the rosettes must provide the relevant registration number.

BEST HUNTER BRED IN THE THREE COUNTIES kindly sponsored by Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton. A special rosette to be awarded to the highest placed horse in classes H14-H22, owned by an amateur producer living in the Three Counties and qualifying for HS16. £350, a rosette and a piece of engraved glassware to the winner of HS16. To be judged before the Championship. JUDGE: Mrs H Hillard, Wotton-Under-Edge, Gloucestershire.

H14 Small Brood Mare exceeding 148 cms (14.2hh approx) but not exceeding 158 cms (15.2 hh approx) with her foal at foot or a relevant certificate of pregnancy for the following year, which may be inspected at the show. Mares which have not yet foaled or that have lost their foals are eligible to enter with a relevant certificate of service that may be inspected at the show. Mares could be measured on the day of the Show by an appointed official. H15 Colt, Gelding or Filly Foal - only foals shown with their mares in class H14 eligible and must be at least 3 weeks old on the first day of the Show.

H16 Lightweight Brood Mare to carry 13 stone or under with her foal at foot or a relevant certificate of pregnancy for the following year, which may be inspected at the show. Mares which have not yet foaled or that have lost their foals are eligible to enter with a relevant certificate of service that may be inspected at the show. H17 Colt, Gelding or Filly Foal - only foals shown with their mares in class H16 eligible and to be at least 3 weeks old on the first day of the show. H18 Heavyweight Brood Mare to carry over 13 stone with her foal at foot or a relevant certificate of pregnancy for the following year, which may be inspected at the show.

23 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online Mares which have not yet foaled or that have lost their foals are eligible to enter with a relevant certificate of service that may be inspected at the show. H19 Colt, Gelding Or Filly Foal - only foals shown with their mares in class H18 eligible and must be at least 3 weeks old on the first day of the Show. HS11 CHAMPION MARE - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H14, H16 & H18. The Prince’s Grace Perpetual Trophy (5), a gift of Mrs A L Wood. TCAS rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

HS12 CHAMPION FOAL - open 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H15, H17, H19.

TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Foal champions are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. H20 Yearling Colt, Filly Or Gelding born in 2017. H21 2 Years Old Colt, Filly Or Gelding born in 2016. H22 3 Years Old Colt, Filly Or Gelding born in 2015. HS13 CHAMPION YOUNGSTOCK - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H20-H22. The Ashby Perpetual Challenge Trophy (90), for the Best Exhibit, a gift of Captain and Mrs W C Ashby. TCAS rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

HS14 SUPREME CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes HS11-HS13 Simmons Perpetual Cup (67), presented by Mrs A Simmons. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. HS15 BEST HUNTER OWNED BY A MEMBER OF M.I.H. EXHIBITED IN CLASSES H14-H22, the Midlands-In-Hand Perpetual Trophy (141). To be eligible, Members must wear their Membership Badges and produce current membership cards if requested. M.I.H. Secretary, Treleaven, Byton, Presteigne, Powys, LD8 2HS. HS16 SPECIAL PRIZE Open to the highest placed horse owned by an amateur producer living in the Three Counties, in classes H14-H22.

£50 and memento to the winner. SPORT HORSES IN HAND REGULATIONS These classes are un-affiliated. JUDGE: Mrs J Bryer, Yeovil, Somerset. H23 Sport Horse In Hand Yearling – colt, filly or gelding, to exceed 148cms at maturity. H24 Sport Horse In Hand 2-3 years old – colt, filly or gelding, to exceed 148cms at maturity. H25 Sport Horse In Hand Mare – 4 years old & over, exceeding 148cms. H26 Sport Horse In Hand Foal – colt or filly, progeny of mare in class H25. HS17 CHAMPIONSHIP - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H23 – H26. TCAS rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Foal champions are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

24 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online FLAT RIDDEN SPORT HORSES REGULATIONS This class is affiliated to the Sport Horse Breeding (GB) and will run under their rules. 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 Society. Day Ticket = £35 (this entitles competitors to compete at a maximum of 2 show’s 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.

Horses will not be ridden by the Judge but will be required to give a short individual show of walk, trot & canter of approximately 1 minute, to be awarded marks out of a possible 20 for each pace. Lengthened strides in trot and canter must be shown. All horses are required for a conformation assessment to be awarded marks out of a possible 50. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS This class is a qualifier for the Blue Chip Flat Ridden Sport Horse Championship to be held at the SHB(GB) Supreme Hunter Show, Addington Manor, Buckinghamshire on the 3rd – 4th July 2018. BLUE CHIP FOUR, FIVE & SIX YEARS OLD & OVER FLAT RIDDEN SPORT HORSE - This class is a qualifier for the Blue Chip £400 Flat Ridden Sport Horse Championship.

To be held at the SHB(GB) Supreme Hunter Show, Addington Manor, Buckinghamshire on the 3rd – 4th July 2018. Horses to be shown on the flat, will not be required to jump. Snaffle bridles must be worn. Note. Horses have to be registered with SHB(GB). Owners & Riders have to be SHB(GB) Members. Horses will not be ridden by the judge but will be required to give a short individual show of walk, trot & canter of approximately 1 minute, to be awarded marks out of a possible 20 for each pace. Lengthenedstridesintrotandcantermustbeshown.Marks,allhorsesarerequiredforac onformation assessment to be awarded marks out of a possible 50.

Vouchers: 1st £30, 2nd £10, 3rd £10, 4th £10, 5th £10 6th £10. Rosettes to 6th place, to be provided by show. A Blue Chip Cap & Qualifying rosette will be awarded to every competitor who qualifies. A horse may only qualify once and if already qualified the qualification will pass down the line - the best 4 years old, 5 years old & the best 6 years old & over, enabling 3 horses to qualify for the finals per qualifying class. In the event that there are no horses from a particular age group, the qualification will pass down the line.

JUDGE: Mr D Machin, Market Drayton, Shropshire. H27 Blue Chip four, five and six years old and over, Flat Ridden Sport Horse.

Horses to be shown on the flat, will not be required to jump. Snaffle bridles must be worn. Bitless bridles and Wilkie snaffles are not allowed. Martingales are not allowed but neck straps are permitted. Horses will enter the ring as a class and be seen in walk, trot and canter before being called in and asked to do an individual show.

25 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online RIDDEN HACKS REGULATIONS Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association. Horses must be registered with the Association and all Owners, producers and Riders must be Association Members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form. In Horse of the Year Show qualifiers, Horse of the Year Show Rules take precedence. A copy of the Horse of the Year Show rulebook can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. Horses competing at the Horse of the Year Show and qualifying shows in the Hunter sections of the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain classes at their Affiliated Shows cannot complete 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 Sport Horse classes.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW. The highest placed Hack in each class will qualify for the Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd – 7th October 2018. If the first Hack has already qualified the second will go forward and if the first and second have already qualified the third will go forward down to fifth place. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office. In accordance with BSHA Rules the annual BSHA £15 Horse of the Year Show fee must be paid to BSHA before the entry is made if the Exhibitor wishes to qualify. The BSHA Horse of the Year Show fee cannot be paid retrospect.

This fee is not the Horse of the Year Show contribution which goes to Grandstand Media Ltd.

THE BRITISH SHOW HORSE ASSOCIATION offers a Novice, Amateur and Young Rider rosette in each Open class and a Champion rosette for each section (with the with the exception of Open Working Show Horse, Ladies Show Horse and HOYS Hunter classes). The Association will also award an Amateur Home Produced rosette in all Affiliated Open Cob (Light & Heavyweights only) classes. These rosettes have been kindly sponsored by TSG, Mr L Turley. The awards will go down the line; there is no limit on how many of these rosettes can be claimed in a year. CLASSICSUPREMEHACKCLASS.Thethreehighestplacedprizewinnersineachopenclasswil lqualify to compete in the BSHA Classic Supreme Hack Class at the National Championship Show 2018.

BLUE CHIP FEEDS LTD. will present a voucher and a rosette to the highest placed Home Produced exhibit in all Horse of the Year Show qualifying classes.

JUDGES: Mr J Keen, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire (Conformation) Mrs E Edwards-Brady, Hatherleigh, Devon (Ride) H28 Brereton Small Hack - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148 cms and not exceeding 154 cms to be ridden. H29 Large Hack - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years and over, exceeding 154 cms and not exceeding 160 cms to be ridden. HS18 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H28-H29. The Howells-Davies Perpetual Trophy (95), presented by the late Mr W J Howells-Davies, (Vice President 1976). TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

HS19 BSHA SPECIAL AWARDS - Novice, Amateur and Young Rider Rosettes and Champion Rosette.

26 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online HACKS IN HAND REGULATIONS No membership of either the BSHA or the NPS is required in order to enter these classes. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS NPS/EQUISSAGE PULSE OTTERGAYLE SUPREME IN HAND HACK CHAMPIONSHIP. Qualifying rounds will be held at shows affiliated to the British Show Horse Association or National Pony Society. Exhibitors do not have to be NPS members and horses do not have to be registered with the NPS.

The highest placed horse from each class will qualify for the final to be held at the NPS Championship Show, Malvern in August. If the highest placed horse has already qualified, qualification may go down to third place. Foals are excluded from this qualification.

JUDGE: Mrs T Day, Rochford, Essex. H30 Brood mare, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms not exceeding 160cms certified in foal or with her own foal at foot. H31 Colt or filly foal likely to make a Hack at maturity. To be accompanied by the dam from class H30. H32 Small Hack Yearling colt, filly or gelding unlikely to exceed 154cms at maturity and not to exceed 148cms on 16 June 2018. H33 Large Hack Yearling colt, filly or gelding unlikely to exceed 160cms at maturity and not to exceed 154cms on 16 June 2018.

H34 Small Hack Two or three years old colt, filly or gelding unlikely to exceed 154cms at maturity and not to exceed 151 cms (for two years olds) and 153 cms (for three years olds) on 16 June 2018.

H35 Large Hack Two or three years old colt, filly or gelding unlikely to exceed 160cms at maturity and not to exceed 157cms (for two years olds) and 159cms (for three years olds) on 16 June 2018. HS20 CHAMPION IN-HAND HACK- open to the 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H30-H35. TCAS Rosettes to Champion and Reserve. Foal champions are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

27 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online RIDING HORSES REGULATIONS Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association. Horses must be registered with the Association and all owners, producers and riders must be Association members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form. In Horse of the Year Show qualifiers, Horse of the Year Show Rules take precedence. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. A copy of the Horse of the Year Show rulebook can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. Horses competing at the Horse of the Year Show and qualifying shows in the Hunter sections of 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 Sport Horse classes.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW. The highest placed Riding Horse in classes H36-H37 will qualify for the Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. If the first placed Riding Horse has already qualified the second will go forward and if the first and second have already qualified the third will go forward down to fifth place. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office. In accordance with BSHA rules the annual BSHA £15 Horse of the Year Show fee must be paid to BSHA before the entry is made if the Exhibitor wishes to qualify. The BSHA Horse of the Year Show fee cannot be paid in retrospect.

This fee is not the Horse of the Year Show contribution which goes to Grandstand Media Ltd.

THE BRITISH SHOW HORSE ASSOCIATION offers a Novice, Amateur and Young Rider rosette in each Open class and a Champion rosette for each section (with the with the exception of Open Working Show Horse, Ladies Show Horse and HOYS Hunter classes). The Association will also award an Amateur Home Produced rosette in all Affiliated Open Cob (Light & Heavyweights only) classes. These rosettes have been kindly sponsored by TSG, Mr L Turley. The awards will go down the line; there is no limit on how many of these rosettes can be claimed in a year. CLASSIC SUPREME RIDING HORSE CLASS. The three highest placed prize winners in each open class will qualify to compete in the BSHA Classic Supreme Riding Horse Class at the National Championship Show 2018.

THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) with a minimum of25% proven Irish Draught breeding from classes H36 – H37 will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2000 Challenge, which will be held at the IDHS(GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th - 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF. NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final.

In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a Trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will be awarded a Trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cms (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug. The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award a Special Incentive Card to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse Pure Bred or Irish Draught Sport Horse in classes H36-H37.

To be eligible, exhibits must be registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) on either the Irish Draught Breed or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form. JUDGES: Mr R Ramsay, Thatcham, Berkshire (Conformation) Mrs E Edwards-Brady, Hatherleigh, Devon (Ride) H36 Topham Barnes Small Riding Horse - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148 cms but not exceeding 158 cms. H37 Topham Barnes Large Riding Horse - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 158 cms.

HS21 CHAMPION RIDING HORSE - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H36-H37. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. HS22 BSHA SPECIAL AWARDS - Novice, Amateur and Young Rider Rosettes and Champion Rosette.

28 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online IN HAND RIDING HORSES REGULATIONS No membership of either the BSHA or the NPS is required in order to enter these classes. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS NPS/EQUISSAGE PULSE OTTERGAYLE SUPREME IN HAND HACK CHAMPIONSHIP. Qualifying rounds will be held at shows affiliated to the British Show Horse Association or National Pony Society.

Exhibitors do not have to be NPS members and horses do not have to be registered with the NPS. The highest placed horse from each class will qualify for the final to be held at the NPS Championship Show, Malvern in August. If the highest placed horse has already qualified, qualification may go down to third place. Foals are excluded from this qualification.

JUDGE: Mr P Hilton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. H38 Riding Horse Brood mare, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Certified in foal, pregnancy certificates must be produced on the day or with own foal at foot. H39 Colt or filly foal likely to make a Riding Horse at maturity. To be accompanied by the dam from class H38. H40 Large Riding Horse Yearling, to make more than 158cms at maturity. To exceed 150cms on Saturday 16 June 2018. H41 Large Riding Horse, two or three years old to make more than 158cms at maturity. Two years olds to exceed 155cms, and three years olds to exceed 157cms on Saturday 16 June 2018.

H42 Small Riding Horse Yearling, to make between 148cms and 158cms at maturity. Yearling not to exceed 150cms on Sunday 17 June 2018. H43 Small Riding Horse, two or three years old to make between 148cms and 158cms at maturity. Two years olds not to exceed 155cms, and three years olds not to exceed 157cms on Saturday 16 June 2018. HS23 CHAMPION IN HAND RIDING HORSE - open to the 1st & 2nd prizewinners in classes H38-H43. TCAS Rosettes to Champion and Reserve. Foal champions are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

RIDDEN COBS REGULATIONS Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association.

Horses must be registered with the Association and all owners, producers and riders must be Association members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form. In Horse of the Year Show qualifiers, Horse of the Year Show Rules take precedence. A copy of the Horse of the Year Show rulebook can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com.

Horses competing at the Horse of the Year Show and qualifying shows in the Hunter sections of 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 Sport Horse classes.

DAY TICKETS. Non-members may purchase up to a maximum of two ‘Day Tickets’ per exhibitor, per horse, per rider, per season. A Day Ticket will allow entry into class H46 only, but not into any Horse of the Year Show qualifying classes. Horses registered using the ‘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. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW. The highest placed Cob in classes H44 & H45 will qualify for the Horse of

29 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018.

If the first horse has already qualified the second will go forward and if the first and second have already qualified the third will go forward down to fifth place. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Show office. In accordance with BSHA rules the annual BSHA £15 Horse of the Year Show fee must be paid to BSHA before the entry is made if the Exhibitor wishes to qualify. The BSHA Horse of the Year Show fee cannot be paid retrospect. This fee is not the Horse of the Year Show contribution which goes to Grandstand Media Ltd.

THE BRITISH SHOW HORSE ASSOCIATION offers a Novice, Amateur and Young Rider rosette in each open class and a Champion rosette. The Association will also award an Amateur Home Produced rosette in each Affiliated Open (Lightweight & Heavyweight) Cob class. These rosettes have been kindly sponsored by TSG, Mr L Turley. The awards will go down the line; there is no limit on how many of these rosettes can be claimed in a year. CLASSIC SUPREME COB CLASS. The three highest placed prize winners in all open affiliated classes will qualify to compete in the BSHA Classic Supreme Cob Class at the National Championship Show 2018.

THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) with a minimum of25% proven Irish Draught breeding from classes H44 - H46 will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2000 Challenge, which will be held at the IDHS(GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th - 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF. NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final.

In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a Trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will be awarded a Trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cms (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug. The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award a Special Incentive Card to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse Pure Bred or Irish Draught Sport Horse in classes H40-H42.

To be eligible, exhibits must be registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) on either the Irish Draught Breed or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form. JUDGES: Miss D Atkinson, Newmarket, Suffolk (Conformation) Mrs L Bell, Banbury, Oxfordshire (Ride) H44 The Colosso Family Lightweight Cob of the Year - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148 cms but not exceeding 155cms, capable of carrying up to 14 stone.

H45 The Colosso Family Heavyweight Cob of the Year - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 155cms capable of carrying more than 14 stone. H46 Amateur Owner/Amateur Riders, Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Open to horses owned and ridden by an amateur as defined by the British Show Horse Association (Rule 7). The rider need not be the owner of the horse. HS24 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H44-H45. The Peter Walker Perpetual Cup (115), presented by Lord Walker, MBE, PC, MP. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

HS25 BSHA SPECIAL AWARDS - Novice, Amateur and Young Rider Rosettes awarded in classes H44 and H45 and Champion Rosette.

30 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online WORKING SHOW HORSE REGULATIONS This class is held under the rules and jurisdiction of the BSHA. Owners, Riders and Horses must be registered or have temporary membership with a Day Ticket. 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 two ‘Day Tickets’ per exhibitor, per horse, per rider, per season.

A Day Ticket will allow entry into this class, but not into any HOYS qualifying classes. Horses registered using the ‘Day Ticket’ do not require a JMB height certificate until applying for full registration. Competitors can apply for a Day Ticket by downloading an application form from the BSHA website.

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 must then select one Horse to take through to the Ride and Conformation phases (if required). No change of Rider is allowed. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS THE 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 will qualify for the final. No horse placed lower than fifth will qualify.

THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) with a minimum of25% proven Irish Draught breeding from class H43 will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2000 Challenge, which will be held at the IDHS(GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th - 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF. NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final.

In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a Trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will be awarded a Trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cms (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug. The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award a Special Incentive Card to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse Pure Bred or Irish Draught Sport Horse in class H43.

To be eligible, exhibits must be registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) on either the Irish Draught Breed or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form. JUDGES: Mr J Keen, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire (Conformation) Mrs P Hollings, Preston, Lancashire (Ride) H47 Open Working Show Horse – Open to Hacks, Cobs, Maxi Cobs and Riding Horses, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Stepping back at any obstacle on the course will be counted as a refusal. Jumps not to exceed 3’0’’ in height and 3’0’’ spread.

31 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online MAXI COBS REGULATIONS Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association. Horses must be registered with the Association and all owners, producers and riders must be Association members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form. In Horse of the Year Show qualifiers, Horse of the Year Show Rules take precedence. A copy of the Horse of the Year Show rulebook can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. Horses competing at the Horse of the Year Show and qualifying shows in the Hunter sections of 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 Sport Horse classes.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW. The highest placed Maxi Cob in class H48 will qualify for Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd- 7th October 2018. If the first Maxi Cob has already qualified the second will go forward and if the first and second have already qualified the third will go forward down to fifth place. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office. In accordance with BSHA rules the annual BSHA £15 Horse of the Year Show fee must be paid to BSHA before the entry is made if the Exhibitor wishes to qualify. The BSHA Horse of the Year Show fee cannot be paid retrospect.

This fee is not the Horse of the Year Show contribution which goes to Grandstand Media Ltd.

THE BRITISH SHOW HORSE ASSOCIATION offers a Novice, Amateur and Young Rider rosette in each open class and a Champion rosette. The Association will also award an Amateur Home Produced rosette in each Affiliated Open (Lightweight & Heavyweight) Cob class. These rosettes have been kindly sponsored by TSG, Mr L Turley. The awards will go down the line; there is no limit on how many of these rosettes can be claimed in a year. THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding from class H48 will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2000 Challenge, which will be held at the IDHS(GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th - 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF.

NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final. In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a Trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will be awarded a Trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cms (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50 and the highest placed Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug.

The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award a Special Incentive Card to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse Pure Bred or Irish Draught Sport Horse in class H48. To be eligible, exhibits must be registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) on either the Irish Draught Breed or Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form. JUDGES: Miss D Atkinson, Newmarket, Suffolk (Conformation) Mrs L Bell, Banbury, Oxfordshire (Ride) H48 The Leeman Family Maxi Cob - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding 4 years old and over, exceeding 155cms - to be judged as Cobs.

Judges must pay particular attention to type (i.e. short legged animals of COB type). To be shown hogged.

HS26 BSHA SPECIAL AWARDS - Novice, Amateur and Young Rider Rosettes awarded in class H48.

32 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online PURE BRED ARABS IN HAND REGULATIONS A.H.S. Affiliation Number: 121216. All entries to be registered in their respective Stud Book Registers with the Arab Horse Society, by the closing date of entries. Classes are conducted in accordance with Arab Horse Society rules and regulations. Exhibitors are requested to submit a photocopy of their AHS Registration Certificate with their entries. Class winner rosettes will be donated by the Arab Horse Society.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS BRITISH ARABIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. British Arabian Championship to be held on the 8th September 2018 at Kings Equestrian Centre, www.kingsequestrian.co.uk. All details and qualifying cards from Mrs J Armstrong, 6 Watkin Avenue, Hadfield, Glossop, Derbyshire. SK13 1QD, Tel: 07971864398. Please send SAE. Cards are £15 each. Please state horses name, age and section when applying for a card. Cheques payable to ‘The Arab Horse Society’. Cards may be purchased on www. ahsshowsandevents.com The British Arabian Championships has classes for both in Hand and ridden purebred Arabians.

Schedule available from www.arabhorsesociety.com UK IN HAND AWARDS – At this show points can be gained for the UK In Hand Awards. Cards must be signed by the Judge. Full details and Points cards are available on the Arab Horse Society website - www.arabhorsesociety.com JUDGE: Mr C Lowe, Claverdon, Warwickshire. H49 Mare 4 years old or over with or without foal at foot. H50 Arabian yearling filly.

H51 Arabian two or three year old filly. H52 Arabian yearling colt. H53 Arabian colt or gelding, two or three year old. H54 Arabian gelding four years old, or over. H55 Arabian stallion, four years old and upwards. HS27 BEST GELDING ROSETTE for the highest placed gelding if not the winner in class H53, offered by the Arab Horse Society. HS28 CLASS WINNER ROSETTE for the best exhibit in classes H49-H55, offered by the Arab Horse Society. HS29 CHAMPION PURE BRED ARAB – open to prize winners in classes H49-H55. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

33 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online ANGLO & PART BRED ARABS IN HAND REGULATIONS: A.H.S. Affiliation Number: 121216. All entries to be registered in their respective Stud Book Registers with the Arab Horse Society, by the closing date of entries. Classes are conducted in accordance with Arab Horse Society Rules and Regulations. Horses containing 12.5% and over Arab blood are eligible to compete. Class winner rosettes will be donated by the Arab Horse Society. JUDGE: Mr C Lowe, Claverdon, Warwickshire.

H56 Yearling Anglo Arab, part bred colt, filly or gelding.

H57 Two or three years old Anglo Arab / Part Bred Arab – filly, colt or gelding unlikely to exceed 147.3 cms / 14.2 hh. H58 Two or three years old Anglo Arab / Part Bred Arab – filly, colt or gelding likely to exceed 147.3 cms / 14.2 hh at maturity. H59 Four years old Anglo Arab / Part Bred Arab – stallion, mare or gelding. HS30 CLASS WINNER ROSETTE for the best exhibit in classes H56-H59, offered by the Arab Horse Society. HS31 CHAMPION ANGLO AND PART BRED ARAB - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H56-H59. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

RIDDEN ARABS / ANGLO & PART BRED ARABS REGULATIONS: All entries to be registered in their respective Stud Book Registers with the Arab Horse Society, by the closing date of entries. Classes are conducted in accordance with Arab Horse Society Rules and Regulations. Horses containing 12.5% and over Arab blood are eligible to compete in classes H61 – H62. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS BRITISH ARABIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. Class H60 is a qualifier for the British Arabian Championship to be held on the 8th September 2018 at Kings Equestrian Centre, www.kingsequestrian.co.uk. All details and qualifying cards from Mrs J Armstrong, 6 Watkin Avenue, Hadfield, Glossop, Derbyshire.

SK13 1QD Tel: 07971864398. Please send SAE. Cards are £15 each. Please state horses name, age and section when applying for a card. Cheques payable to ‘The Arab Horse Society’. Cards may be purchased on www.ahsshowsandevents.com The British Arabian Championships has classes for bothinHandandriddenpurebredArabians. Scheduleavailablefromwww.arabhorsesociety.com JUDGE: Mrs P Hollings, Preston, Lancashire.

H60 Pure Bred Arab stallions, geldings and mares, 4 years old and over. Under saddle to be judged as riding horses. H61 Anglo Arab and Part Bred Arab stallions, geldings and mares, 4 years old and over, 148cms and under. Under saddle to be judged as riding horses. Rider any age. H62 Anglo Arab and Part Bred Arab stallions, geldings and mares, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms. Under saddle to be judged as riding horses. Rider any age. HS32 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H60-H62. AHS Midlands Group Trophy (109), presented by the Arab Horse Society Midlands Group, for the Best Exhibit in the Ridden Arab Classes.

TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

34 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online REGISTERED APPALOOSA & BRITISH SPOTTED PONIES REGULATIONS These classes are held under the 2018 rules of the society entrant is registered with. (British Spotted PonySociety,BritishAppaloosaSocietyandAppaloosaHorseClubUK. Allhorsesaretoberegistered with British Appaloosa Society or Appaloosa Horse Club UK Ltd main or part-bred registers. Ponies to be registered with BSpPS (EXCLUDING Supplementary, Pintaloosa and base level International Ponies which are not eligible). Owners to be a current member of their relevant society.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS ThehighestplacedBritishSpottedPonyineachclasswillqualifyfortheBSpPSWinnersC hampionship to be held at the annual Breed Show at the Malvern Three Counties Showground on Sunday 15th July 2018, provided that the owner is/ becomes a member prior to the Breed Show. BSpPS will award a rosette to the highest placed member of BSpPS in each class. Members should wear their membership badge and 2018 ribbon.

JUDGE: Mr C Porter, Nelson, Lancashire H63 Registered In Hand Appaloosa / British Spotted Pony - 4 years old and over. H64 Registered In Hand Appaloosa / British Spotted Pony - 1, 2 or 3 years old. HS33 CHAMPION APPALOOSA / BRITISH SPOTTED PONY - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H63-H64. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. Champion qualifies for the Winners Championship class at the BSpPS Breed Show in Malvern in July. H65 In Hand Part Bred Appaloosa / British Spotted open to any age, any sex. BSpP on the international / provisional and part-bred registers.

Ponies listed as supplementary, pintaloosa or base-level are NOT eligible.

H66 Ridden Appaloosa / British Spotted Pony, 4 years old and over, stallion, mare or gelding.

35 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online BRITISH SKEWBALDS & PIEBALDS REGULATIONS Classes H67 – H70 are affiliated to the British Skewbald and Piebald Association and are qualifiers for the Royal International Horse Show, Hickstead 2019. Classes will be judged under BSPA rules. Download from www.bspaonline.com. All horses/ponies must be registered and all owners and riders BSPA members prior to the show. Rider’s age taken from 1st January.

Membership and qualification cards must be carried in the ring by competitors and produced as required for inspection or signature. Failure to do so will mean disqualification. Spurs may not be worn in any ponyclass. Ponies153cmorunder(Shetlandsexempt)mustpossessacurrentJMBheightcertificate All stallions must be graded and licensed by BSPA or hold a BSPA Showing Permit (contact BSPA for Stallion showing permit information) for 2018 and have a BSPA stallion ID card and wear BSPA Stallion ID Disc. No rider under 14 may exhibit a stallion in any class. No competitor / owner / horse may compete in this class or enter the ring without current 2018 Membership of BSPA and a RIHS qualification card.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS ROYAL INTERNATIONAL HORSE SHOW 2019 – Classes H67 – H70. Qualification: 1st place and the next unqualified competitor standing 2nd or 3rd qualify from each class. No competitor may qualifier from lower than 3rd place. BSPA Office: 01354 638226; email: bspashows@gmail.com. Skewbald and Piebald horse / ponies only. Highest placed Amateur and highest placed Junior in each class qualify for Amateur and Junior Supreme Championships Final to be held at the BSPA World of Colour Championship Show 2018 at the College EC., Keysoe, Bedfordshire. Cards to be shown and qualification signed in the ring.

THE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS OF COLOUR National Champion of Champions 2018 to be held at the College Equestrian Centre, Keysoe. All classes will be judged within the rules and criteria of the BSPA copies of which can be obtained from them. THEVANGUARDPROPERTYHOLDINGSSUPREMERIDDENCOLOUREDCHAMPIONSHIP. TheChampion and Reserve Champion in class HS34 will qualify for the final to be held at the North of England In Hand and Mountain & Moorland Show, 8th July 2018, kindly sponsored by Alan Marnie of Vanguard Property Holdings in Spain. Only the Champion and Reserve Champion will qualify. Exhibitors who qualify for the final will be sent details directly from: The Secretary, North of England In Hand and Mountain & Moorland Show, Blue Slate Stables, Showley Road, Clayton-Le-Dale, Blackburn, Lancs, BB1 9DP, www.northofenglandshows.co.uk JUDGES: Mrs C Dew, Caddington, Bedfordshire (Conformation).

Mrs S White, Horsham, Sussex (Ride/Performance & In Hand). H67 BSPA RIHS Ridden Traditionals/Natives/Cobs not exceeding 153cms. Spurs must not be worn.

H68 BSPA RIHS Ridden Ponies not exceeding 153cms (plaited). Spurs must not be worn. H69 BSPA RIHS Ridden Plaited Horses exceeding 153cms. H70 BSPA RIHS Ridden Traditionals/Natives/Cobs exceeding 153cms. H71 Open Ridden Skewbald / Piebald Ponies not exceeding 153cm any type. Spurs must not be worn. Judge will NOT ride. H72 Open Ridden Skewbald / Piebald Horses exceeding 153cm any type. HS34 CHAMPION RIDDEN COLOURED HORSE OR PONY - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H67-H72. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. BSPA Sashes will be awarded. Champion and Reserve Championship qualify for the Vanguard Property Holdings Supreme Ridden Coloured Championship.

H73 BSPA In-Hand Skewbald/Piebald Ponies – not exceeding 153cms. Any age, colour or type. H74 BSPA In-Hand Skewbald/Piebald Horses – exceeding 153cms. Any age, colour or type. HS35 CHAMPION IN HAND COLOURED HORSE OR PONY - open to 1st and 2nd prize winners in classes H73 & H74. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

36 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online IRISH DRAUGHT & IRISH DRAUGHT SPORT HORSES REGULATIONS: The following classes are affiliated to the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) and only horses registered withoroverstampedbytheIDHS(GB)andinthecorrectownershipareeligibleforentry.

Allbreeding and in hand exhibits must be EITHER already Graded* or eligible for Class 1 on the Irish Draught Breed Register OR registered on the Irish Draught Sport Horse Register. The owners of all Pure-bred Irish Draught horses in both In-hand and ridden classes must be full members of the IDHS (GB). This rule does not apply to owners of Irish Draught Sporthorses. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form and entries will be sent to the IDHS (GB) prior to the Show to confirm eligibility. IN HAND: All breeding and in hand exhibits must be either already Graded or eligible for Class 1 on the Irish Draught Breed Register OR registered on the Irish Draught Sport Horse Register.

Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form and entries will be sent to the IDHS (GB) to confirm eligibility. A Graded Mare or Filly is one that has been inspected or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) and passed into one of the following categories: ID Class 1, ID Class 2, RID, AID or the Supplementary Grade Up Register. In the interest of safety, all yearling, two and three years old COLTS must be bitted and shown by an experienced handler of 18 years of age or over RIDDEN: Classes H81 – H82 are affiliated to the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) and only horses registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) and in the correct ownership are eligible for entry.

Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form and entries will be sent to the IDHS (GB) to confirm eligibility. All riders of STALLIONS must be 18 years of age or over. All ridden horses must be 153cm (15hh) or over. Classes H81 and H82 may be amalgamated if there are insufficient entries. All competing stallions must be inspected or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) and classified as RID (GB), ID Class 1 or ID Class 2 OR Irish Draught Sport Horse and must display a red, white and blue ribbon in their tails.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS: This show is a Qualifier for The Moorbennhall Irish Draught Youngstock Challenge. The two highest placedPureBredsfromeachagegroupthathavenotalreadyqualifiedClassesH77-H78-ye arlings, two year olds and three year olds - eligible for Class 1 on the Irish Draught Breed Register by an RID (GB), ID Class 1 or ID Class 2 sire out of a Graded* dam and also two and three year old fillies already Graded* will qualify to go forward to the Final which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th and 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire. NG32 2EF.

Each qualifier will receive a card. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www. idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final. In the Final, there will be three preliminary classes with the two highest placed semi-finalists from each class going forward to the Championship where the Champion will receive £500 and the Reserve Champion £150. THE BLUE CHIP & IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) from each of the following Classes H81-H82 will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) £2,000 Challenge which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show on 18th – 19th August 2018 at Arena UK, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire.

NG32 2EF. N.B: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Each qualifier will receive a card and a £10 voucher from Blue Chip. Qualifiers are required to complete an online form at www.idhsgb.com to inform the IDHS (GB) that they have qualified for the Final. In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug. The Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 158cm (15.2hh) and under will receive a trophy and £50, the highest placed Sport Horse will receive a trophy and £50, and the highest placed *Amateur Produced and Ridden Horse will receive £50 a silver salver and a rug.

JUDGE: Ms T Southern, Matlock, Derbyshire. H75 Graded*BroodMare,threeyearsoldandover,withownfoalatfoot(or2018Covering Certificate to indicate the mare is being used for breeding). H76 Colt or Filly Foal eligible for Class 1 on the Irish Draught Breed Register OR eligible for the ID Sport Horse Registers.

37 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H77 Yearling Irish Draught Pure Bred (by an RID (GB), ID Class 1 or ID Class 2 sire out of a Graded* dam) colt, filly or gelding born in 2017. H78 2-3 Years Old Irish Draught Pure Bred (by an RID (GB), ID Class 1 or ID Class 2 sire out of a Graded* dam) colt, filly or gelding born in 2016, filly, un-inspected colt or gelding born in 2015 or filly already Graded* born in 2015 or 2016.

H79 Irish Yearling Draught Sport Horse (registered on the ID Sport Horse Registers) colt, filly or gelding born in 2017.

H80 2-3 Years Old Irish Draught Sport Horse (registered on the ID Sport Horse Registers) colt, filly or gelding born in 2016 or filly, un-inspected colt or gelding born in 2015. HS36 CHAMPION IN HAND IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H75-H80. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Foal Champions are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. HS37 BEST FOAL, BY ANY NON-RID STALLION - TCAS Rosettes for winner and reserve. HS38 BEST FOAL BY A RID STALLION - TCAS Rosettes for winner and reserve. HS39 TCAS Commended Rosettes are offered to the highest placed two years olds in classes H78 and H80.

H81 Ridden Class for Irish Draught Pure Bred, four years old and over. Stallion, Mare or Gelding registered on the Irish Draught Breed Registers (main studbook). To be ridden by the Judge. H82 Ridden Class for Irish Draught Sport Horse, four years old and over. Stallion, Mare or Gelding registered on the Irish Draught Sport Horse Registers, or SID. To be ridden by the Judge. HS40 CHAMPION RIDDEN IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H81 & H82. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

CLEVELAND BAYS REGULATIONS These classes are open to both Pure and Part Bred animals.

Every animal must be registered, or in case of foals be eligible for entry in the Stud Book, Grade Registers or Part Bred Register of the Cleveland Bay Horse Society. Those first registered with another Society must have their passports over stamped by CBHS to compete. www.clevelandbay.com JUDGE: Mr J Lloyd, Saddleworth, West Yorkshire. H83 Stallion, barren mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. To be shown In Hand. H84 Brood mare, 4 years and over, with or without foal at foot. To be shown In Hand. H85 Foal, pure or part bred.

H86 Youngstock, born in 2015, 2016 or 2017. In the event of sufficient entries this class will be split into age groups. HS41 CHAMPION CLEVELAND BAY - open to first prize winners in classes H83-H86. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. H87 Ridden class. Pure or Part bred Cleveland Bay, stallion, mare or gelding. Born in 2014 or before. Will be judged as a ridden hunter class.

38 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online PALOMINOS REGULATIONS For Palominos registered with the British Palomino Society and owned by a paid up member of the Society.

Current membership badge should be carried when in the ring. Whips - show canes only, max. 30” (76cm) with NO attachments. No schooling/dressage whips allowed - this applies to Ridden and In-hand classes. In-Hand exhibits to be shown with free manes and tails. For Ridden classes plaiting/hogging is optional.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS: BRITISH PALOMINO SOCIETY POINTS CHAMPIONSHIPS: The In Hand Palomino Champion qualifies for the BPS Champion of Champions In Hand final (see BPS website for more information). If the Champion has already qualified the Reserve can receive the qualification. The winner of the Ridden class qualifies for the BPS Champion of Champions Ridden final (See BPS website for more information). JUDGE: Ms S Whitfield, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. H88 Palomino Yearling filly colt or gelding. H89 Palomino Filly, colt or gelding, two or three years old, any height. H90 Palomino Stallion, mare or gelding any height, four years old and over.

HS43 CHAMPION PALOMINO - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H88-H90. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Champagne Bucket Perpetual Trophy (138). Geldings 4 years old & over are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. H91 Ridden Class, Stallion, mare or gelding of any height, four years old and over, to be shown under saddle, and judged as a riding horse.

HS44 BRITISH PALOMINO SOCIETY AWARD OF MERIT ROSETTE to the winner of each class.

39 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online RACEHORSES AS RIDING HORSES Entry Fees: TCAS Members: £14 inc VAT each entry Non-Members: £23 inc VAT each entry REGULATIONS CLASS H92 - NOVICE POTENTIAL SHOWING CLASS - is open to all ex-racehorses. They must have been registered with Weatherbys and in training at some time but they need not necessarily have raced. Entries for this class need not necessarily be registered with Retraining of Racehorses.

CLASS H93 - ROR JOCKEY CLUB NOVICE SHOW SERIES QUALIFIER 2018 - Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, any height. Rider must be 15 years or over on 1st January. To take part in this class, horses must NOT have won an open class (inc SEIB/HOYS, RoR Tattersalls Show Series Qualifier, TARRA Ridden, RoR AMATEUR Ridden Show Series Qualifier or any other open class except RoR TBA Challenge Show Series classes. Horses will be de-noviced after 3 novice wins or any open win, but are still eligible to compete at the RoR National Show that August. Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or simple double bridle.

Horses should be plaited. All entries MUST 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 series.

Prizes: Rosette 1st -6th and Vouchers 1-4th : 1st £50 plus voucher for jacket, 2nd 25, 3rd £20, 4th £10. CLASSH94-THERORTATTERSALLSTHOROUGHBREDRIDDENSHOWSERIESQUALIFIER2018-Thoroug hbred mare or gelding, 4years old or over, any height. Riders must be 15 years or over. Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or simple double bridle. Horses should be plaited. All entries MUST be registered with the RoR and include their registration number on entry form 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.

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. Racing injuries and blemishes will NOT be ignored in this series Prizes: Rosettes 1st - 6th and Vouchers 1st to 4th place. Veteran prize, £25 voucher to be redeemed from RoR office and qualification for the Veteran final at Aintree.

1st £60 plus voucher for jacket, 2nd £40, 3rd £20, 4th £10. CLASS 95 – NOVICE POTENTIAL PERFORMANCE CLASS - Exhibits will be assessed individually and marks awarded accordingly (a) Jumping 40%, (b) Style and presence while jumping 20%, (c) Conformation 40%. Account will be taken of dislodged fences and refusals but final assessment will be made on overall jumping ability. Three refusals and the exhibit is eliminated. Exhibits will enter the ring and give a SHORT show. They will proceed immediately to jump. The first fence will be practice jump and will not be marked. The use of martingales and brushing boots is not prohibited but is not encouraged.

CLASS 96 - THE RoR/TBA (THOROUGHBRED BREEDERS ASSOCIATION) RETRAINED RACEHORSE CHALLENGE 2018 Mare or gelding 4yrs old or over and of any height. Riders must be 15 years old or over on the 1st January. Horses to be ridden in any suitable bridle and should be plaited. All entries must be registered with RoR and HAVE raced in GB. Horses will NOT be ridden by the Judge. Competitors mustwearasafety/kitemarkhardhatwithachinstrap. Allthoseenteringhorsesand/orparticipating 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 IGNORED in this series The class to be judged 50% jumping, 20% Style while jumping and performance and 30% awarded for show, manners and suitability to be retrained.

40 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online PHASE 1 Jumping to be judged: 8 rustic jumps (2’ 6” to 3 foot with a maximum spread of 85 cms) The following points to be deducted at the end of each jumping round: 10 points to be deducted for a knock down. 15 points to be deducted for a refusal. 20 points for second refusal. Elimination for third refusal or fall Fences for the final at Aintree can be up to a maximum of 3’6” PHASE 2 Class returns without boots and judged for an individual show/conformation. (In some classes, at the judge’s discretion, horses might be asked to do a show following their jumping without leaving the ring.

This is often the case with a large number in the class) Each horse to complete an individual show of no longer than 1 ½ minutes. Show to include the following movements: Walk, Trot, canter showing change of leg, extended canter (gallop) halt and stand, walk off on long rein. Total marks out of 30% for Show, manners and suitability to be retrained.

Prizes: Rosettes 1st-6th and Vouchers 1st to 4th place. 1st £50 plus voucher for jacket, 2nd £25, 3rd 20, 4th £10. Veteran prize (15+): £25 voucher to be redeemed from RoR office and qualification for the Veteran final at the RoR National Show at Aintree QUALIFIERS and AWARDS CLASS H93: THE ROR JOCKEY CLUB NOVICE SHOW SERIES 2018 – The first three go forward to the Championship at the RoR National Show at Aintree in August 2018. CLASS H94: THE ROR TATTERSALLS THOROUGHBRED RIDDEN SHOW SERIES QUALIFIER 2018 - The first FOUR go forward to the championship at the Hickstead Derby Meeting in June 2019.

CLASS 96 - THE RoR/TBA (THOROUGHBRED BREEDERS ASSOCIATION) RETRAINED RACEHORSE CHALLENGE 2018 The first three go forward to the championship at the RoR National Show at Aintree in August 2018.

JUDGES: Mrs G Oakes, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (Conformation). Miss R Adlam, Ebbw Vale, Gwent (Ride / Performance). H92 Novice Potential Showing Class. Exhibits to be assessed as ex-racehorses for confirmation, manners and way of going. Competitors will only be required to WALK collectively and do an individual show. H93 The RoR Jockey Club Novice Show Series Qualifier 2018. Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, any height. Rider must be 15 years or over on 1st January. H94 The RoR Tattersalls Thoroughbred Ridden Show Series Qualifier 2018 - Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, any height.

Riders must be 15 years or over. H95 Novice Potential Performance Class. The maximum height and spread will be 2’9”. There will be an optional fence at 3’. Competitors are not obliged to jump this higher fence.

H96 The RoR Retrained Racehorse Challenge. Mare or gelding 4yrs old or over, any height. Riders must be 15 years old or over on the 1st January. Horses to be ridden in any suitable bridle and should be plaited. HS46 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H92-H96. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

41 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online SIDE SADDLE REGULATIONS These classes are run under SSA Rules, as stated in the current Members’ Handbook. Class H97 is run under SSA Rules defined in the current Member’s Handbook.

Open to SSA Members and Non-Members. Members carrying their current Championship Points Cards are eligible for SSA rosettes to 3rd Adult and 3rd Junior places and SSA Championship Points. Southernden Farm offers a rosette to the highest placed Member aged under 14 on 1st January of the current year. Side Saddle International offer a rosette to the Adult Member and Manor Grange Stud Show Centre to the Junior Member, judged to be the best turned out. Juniors must wear Hats to current Safety Standard or above.

Class H98 is Open to SSA Adult Members and Non-members, aged 18 and over on January 1st of the current year, riding side saddle, on horses exceeding 148cm (14.2hh). To be judged 25% conformation and action, 25% manners & way of going, 25% rider, and 25% turnout of horse & rider, by a SHBGB, BSHA, BSPS, P(UK) or SSA Panel Judge. Judges may request a short show but will not ride exhibits; horses will not be stripped. Traditional habits must be worn. Fancy Dress and Period Costumes NOT permitted. NB Silk hats are permitted to be worn in this class AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY. Judges are requested to use the mark sheet provided.

The highest placed horse/rider combination qualifies for the Final to be held at the National Side Saddle Show. In the event of previous qualification, this may be passed down to fourth place. Special rosettes are offered by Mrs T Mitchell to the winner and if the winner has already qualified, a second rosette is awarded with the Qualification Card. Qualifying combinations are required to become Full Members of the SSA 21 days prior to the National Side Saddle Show or as soon as possible if qualified after that date to be eligible to be eligible to compete at the Final. Combinations qualifying between one National Side Saddle Show and the next may carry forward the qualification, for that year only.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS QUALIFIER FOR THE SIR LANCELOT MEMORIAL TROPHY - A Special rosette will be offered to the Adult Member, carrying their current Championship Points Card, of the SSA Area in which the Show is organised, who during the Equitation Qualifier Class (irrespective of final placing) is judged to be the most elegant. That member will be eligible to compete in the Final for the Sir Lancelot Memorial Trophy (donated by the late Mrs E. Skelton) at the National Side Saddle Show. A Member may only qualify once per season between one National Show and the next, and if the Judge’s first choice has already qualified, the rosette will be awarded to the next eligible competitor.

CLASSICAL LADIES SIDE SADDLE QUALIFIER. The highest placed Riding Horse, Hack (not exceeding 160cm), Cob or Hunter, Mare or Gelding, 4 years and over, ridden by a SSA Adult Member qualifies for the current year’s BSHA Championship Show DMSL Phone Systems Ladies Show Horse Championship and if already qualified the ticket will go to the next highest placed horse down to 5th place. Combinations qualifying after the current year’s BSHA Championship Show may carry forward the qualification, to the following year. SSA Members who qualify for The Ladies Show Horse Championship, will not be required to join the BSHA in order to compete in any Side Saddle class at the BSHA National Championship Show.

If the BSHA Championship Show entries have closed at the time of qualification, competitors will not be charged a late entry fee for the Championship JUDGE: Mrs L Cadman, Oldham, Lancashire.

H97 The Side Saddle Association Equitation Championships Qualifying Open Class. H98 Classical Ladies Side Saddle Qualifier HS48 SPECIAL ROSETTE - Southernden Farm offers a rosette in class H97 to the highest placed member under 14 on 1st January of current year. HS49 SIR LANCELOT SPECIAL ROSETTE

42 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online OPEN SHOW PONIES REGULATIONS These classes are run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk.

This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS NO: 22/18). Owners and riders must be BSPS members, and animals must be registered with the BSPS to qualify for the Blue Riband. Any Pony taking part in classes judged under BSPS rules will be liable to dope testing. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. Ponies must be owned, registered and ridden by members of the BSPS, NPS, The Showing Register or PUK to compete in classes with qualification for Horse of the Year Show and a valid JMB number registered with that Society.

Riders and Owners must be members of either NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR, or BSPS.

Marks will be awarded in the following way: Manners & Way of Going - 50 Marks Maximum Conformation, Type & Freedom of Action - 50 Marks Maximum In the case of equality, the pony with the highest Manners & Way of Going mark will be deemed the winner. If there is still equality at this point, then the judges’ decision will be final. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Only one exhibit may qualify per class. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first five ponies will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office.

THE BLUE RIBAND PONY OF THE YEAR. Only ponies owned and ridden by BSPS Members and registered with the BSPS are eligible to qualify for the Blue Riband. Registration numbers must be quoted on the entry forms. The first and second placed winners in classes H99-H101 will qualify. BSPS CHAMPIONSHIPS. The first and second prize winners only in each of classes H99-H101 will qualify for the 2018 BSPS Championships Show to be held at Arena UK. THE BSPS CLASSIC SECURITY (UK) LTD CHALLENGE. Animals may enter both the BSPS Blue Riband of the Year and the BSPS Challenge. Animals must have qualified for the Challenge by attending any BSPS affiliated Show and competed in the appropriate class.

Ponies must not have qualified for the 2018 Horse of the Year Show. If a pony qualifies for the Horse of the Year Show it will forfeit its qualification for the BSPS Challenge. Open Leading Rein and First Ridden, Open Show Ponies, Cradle Stakes, Nursery Stakes, Open Working Hunter Ponies, Open Lead Rein of Hunter Type, Open Show Hunter Ponies, Open Intermediate SH, SRT and WH and Open Heritage Lead Rein, First Ridden, Ridden and WHP Classes, BSPS BLACK COUNTRY SADDLES RIDER OF THE YEAR. The best rider in each of the following classes will be awarded a Best Rider Card and qualify for the final at the BSPS Summer Championship Show.

THEMICHAELAWOODSUPREMERIDDENPONYCHAMPIONSHIP. ThewinnerofHS50willqualifyforthe final to be held at the North of England Summer Pony Show, 7th July 2018, kindly sponsored by The Wood Family. If the Champion has already qualified, then the Reserve Champion will go forward. Only the Champion or Reserve Champion will qualify. Exhibitors who qualify for the final will be sent details directly from: The Secretary, North of England Summer Pony Show, Blue Slate Stables, Showley Road, Clayton-Le-Dale, Blackburn, Lancs, BB1 9DP. www.northofenglandshows.co.uk NPS/KELLYTHORPE STUD OPEN RIDDEN SHOW PONY NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP.

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. JUDGES: Mr M Jones, Cwmbran, Gwent (Conformation) Mrs L Cadman, Oldham, Lancashire (Performance) H99 Kathleen Wood 128cm Children’s Riding Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 128cms. Rider not to have attained their 13th birthday before 1 January in the current year.

43 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H100 Kathleen Wood 138cm Children’s Riding Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 128cms, but not exceeding 138cms. Riders not to have attained their 15th birthday before 1 January in the current year. H101 Kathleen Wood 148cm Children’s Riding Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 138cms, but not exceeding 148cms. Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1 January in the current year. HS50 CHAMPION RIDING PONY - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H99-H101.

Tennent Trophy (TC40). TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. The Champion qualifies for the BSPS Binks Family Champion of Champions and the Michaela Wood Supreme Ridden Pony Championship. Champion and Reserve Champion to go forward to the Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy at 3.00pm in the Gloucester Ring. INTERMEDIATE, LEAD REIN & FIRST RIDDEN REGULATIONS These classes are run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www. grandstandentries.com.

Ponies must be owned, registered and ridden by members of the BSPS, NPS, The Showing Register or PUK to compete in classes with qualification for Horse of the Year Show and a valid JMB number registered with that Society. This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS NO: 22/18). Owners and riders must be BSPS members, and animals must be registered with the BSPS to qualify for the Blue Riband. Any Pony taking part in classes judged under BSPS rules will be liable to dope testing. Marks will be awarded in the following way: Manners & Way of Going - 50 Marks Maximum Conformation, Type & Freedom of Action - 50 Marks Maximum In the case of equality, the horse with the highest Manners & Way of Going mark will be deemed the winner.

If there is still equality at this point, then the judges’ decision will be final. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW, NEC, Birmingham 3rd - 7th October 2018. Only one exhibit from classes H102-H106 may qualify. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first five ponies will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year. Horses must be registered with either NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR, or BSPS and a valid JMB number lodged with that society. Riders and Owners must be members of either NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR, or BSPS.

THE BLUE RIBAND PONY OF THE YEAR. Only ponies owned and ridden by BSPS Members and registered with the BSPS are eligible to qualify for the Blue Riband. Registration numbers must be quoted on the entry forms. The first and second placed winners in classes H105-H106 and the first, second and third placed winners in classes H102-H104 will qualify. BSPS CHAMPIONSHIPS. The first and second prize winners only in each of classes H105-H106 and the first, second and third placed winners in classes H102-H104 will qualify for the 2018 BSPS Championships Show to be held at Arena UK.

BSPS CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS.

The Leading Rein/First Ridden Champion will go forward to the BSPS Binks Family Champion of Champions. BSPS BLACK COUNTRY SADDLES RIDER OF THE YEAR. The best rider in each of the following classes will be awarded a Best Rider Card and qualify for the final at the BSPS Summer Championship Show. THE BSPS CLASSIC SECURITY (UK) LTD CHALLENGE. Animals may enter both the BSPS Blue Riband of the Year and the BSPS Challenge. Animals must have qualified for the Challenge by attending any BSPS affiliated Show and competed in the appropriate class. Ponies must not have qualified for the 2018 Horse of the Year Show.

If a pony qualifies for the Horse of the Year Show it will forfeit

44 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online its qualification for the BSPS Challenge. Open Leading Rein and First Ridden, Open Show Ponies, Cradle Stakes, Nursery Stakes, Open Working Hunter Ponies, Open Lead Rein of Hunter Type, Open Show Hunter Ponies, Open Intermediate SH, SRT and WH and Open Heritage Lead Rein, First Ridden, Ridden and WHP Classes, THE SPORTING SAM SUPREME INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP. The winner of HS52 will qualify for the final to be held at the North of England Summer Pony Show, 7th July 2018, kindly sponsored by The McDonald Family.

THE COLOSSO FAMILY SUPREME MINI PONY CHAMPIONSHIP.

The winner of HS54 will qualify for the final to be held at the North of England Summer Pony Show, 7th July 2018, kindly sponsored by Kim and Adrian Colosso. If the Champions have already qualified, then the Reserve Champions will go forward.OnlytheChampionsorReserveChampionswillqualify.Exhibitorswhoqualifyf orthefinalwill be sent details directly from: The Secretary, North of England Summer Pony Show, Blue Slate Stables, Showley Road, Clayton-Le-Dale, Blackburn, Lancs, BB1 9DP. www.northofenglandshows.co.uk NPS FIRST RIDDEN & LEADING REIN SHOW PONY NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. 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. JUDGES: Mrs A Fowler, Portishead, North Somerset (Conformation) (Classes H102-H104) Mrs L Homer, Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire (Performance) (Classes H102-H104) JUDGES: Mr T Chalmers, Colchester, Essex (Conformation) (Classes H105-H106) Mrs R Hetherington, Middleham, North Yorkshire (Performance)(Classes H105-H106) H102 Intermediate Show Hunter - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cms and not exceeding 158cms. Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

H103 The Baker-Beall Family 153cm Intermediate Show Riding Type - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 146cms but not exceeding 153cms. Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

H104 158cm Intermediate Show Riding Type - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 153cms but not exceeding 158cms. Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year. HS52 INTERMEDIATE CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in H102-H104. TCAS Rosettes for Intermediate Champion and Reserve. The Champion qualifies for the BSPS Binks Family Champion of Champions and the “Sporting Sam” Supreme Intermediate Championship. Champion and Reserve Champion to go forward to the Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy at 3.00pm in the Gloucester Ring.

H105 Lead Rein Show Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, four years old or over, not exceeding 122 cms. Riders to have attained their 3rd birthday by the day of competition and not to have attained their 8th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Ponies to be shown in Snaffle Bridles. Lead rein to be affixed to nose-band, on which it must remain while the pony is in the ring. No child under the age of 3 years may compete.

H106 First Ridden Show Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122 cms. Riders to have attained their 3rd birthday by the day of competition and not to have attained their 10th birthday before 1st January in the current year. The pony to be ridden off the leading rein. Ponies to be shown in Snaffle Bridles. HS53 Harry Hall Perpetual Trophy (24), awarded to the 1st Prize winner in Class H105, a gift of Messrs Harry Hall Ltd. HS54 MINI CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in H105-H106. TCAS Rosettes for Mini Champion and Reserve. The Champion qualifies for the BSPS Binks Family ChampionofChampionsandtheColossoFamilySupremeMiniPonyChampionship.

Champion and Reserve Champion to go forward to the Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy at 3.00pm in the Gloucester Ring.

45 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online NOVICE LEADING REIN & FIRST RIDDEN REGULATIONS This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society. Any pony taking part in classed judged under BSPS rules will be liable to dope testing. This section is judged under BSPS Rules. JUDGE: Miss A Sheppard, Chaceley, Gloucestershire. H107 BSPS Novice Leading Rein Pony. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over not exceeding 122cms. Riders not have attained their 8th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

H108 BSPS Novice First Ridden Pony. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122 cms.

Riders not to have attained their 10th birthday before 1st January in the current year. HS55 NOVICE MINI CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in H107-H108. TCAS RosettesforNoviceMiniChampionandReserve. ChampionandReserveChampion to go forward to the Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy at 3.00pm in the Gloucester Ring. FIRST PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE REGULATIONS This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society. Any pony taking part in classed judged under BSPS rules will be liable to dope testing. This section is judged under BSPS Rules. JUDGE: Miss A Sheppard, Chaceley, Gloucestershire.

H109 Novice First Pony of Show Hunter Type. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders not to have attained their 10th birthday before the 1st January in the current year. H110 Open First Pony of Show Hunter Type. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders not to have attained their 10th birthday before the 1st January in the current year. HS56 CHAMPION - open to the 1st and 2nd prize winners on classes H109-H110. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Champion and Reserve Champion to go forward to the Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy at 3.00pm in the Gloucester Ring.

SHOW HUNTER PONIES REGULATIONS These classes are run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www. grandstandentries.com.

Ponies must be owned, registered and ridden by members of the BSPS, NPS, The Showing Register or PUK to compete in classes with qualification for Horse of the Year Show and a valid JMB number registered with that Society. This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS NO: 22/18). Owners and riders must be BSPS members, and animals must be registered with the BSPS to qualify for the Blue Riband. Any Pony taking part in classes judged under BSPS rules will be liable to dope testing. Marks will be awarded in the following way: Manners & Way of Going - 50 Marks Maximum Conformation, Type & Freedom of Action - 50 Marks Maximum

46 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online In the case of equality, the pony with the highest Manners & Way of Going mark will be deemed the winner. If there is still equality at this point, then the judges’ decision will be final. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Only one exhibit may qualify per class. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first five ponies will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office.

THE BLUE RIBAND PONY OF THE YEAR. Only ponies owned and ridden by BSPS Members and registered with the BSPS are eligible to qualify for the Blue Riband.

Registration numbers must be quoted on the entry forms. The first and second placed winners will qualify. BSPS CHAMPIONSHIPS. The first and second prize winners only in each of classes H111-H114 will qualify. THE BSPS CLASSIC SECURITY (UK) LTD CHALLENGE. Animals may enter both the BSPS Blue Riband of the Year and the BSPS Challenge. Animals must have qualified for the Challenge by attending any BSPS affiliated Show and competed in the appropriate class. Ponies must not have qualified for the 2018 Horse of the Year Show. If a pony qualifies for the Horse of the Year Show it will forfeit its qualification for the BSPS Challenge.

Open Leading Rein and First Ridden, Open Show Ponies, Cradle Stakes, Nursery Stakes, Open Working Hunter Ponies, Open Lead Rein of Hunter Type, Open Show Hunter Ponies, Open Intermediate SH, SRT and WH and Open Heritage Lead Rein, First Ridden, Ridden and WHP Classes, The Champion qualifies for the BSPS Binks Family Champion of Champions. BSPS BLACK COUNTRY SADDLES RIDER OF THE YEAR. The best rider in each of the following classes will qualify for the final at the BSPS Summer Championship Show.

NPS/KELLYTHORPE STUD OPEN RIDDEN SHOW HUNTER PONY NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. 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 JUDGES: Mr D Machin, Market Drayton, Shropshire (Conformation). Mrs S Palmer, Norwich, Norfolk (Performance). H111 The Binks Family 122cm Show Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1 January 2018.

H112 The Binks Family 133cm Show Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier.

Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 122cms and not exceeding 133cms. Riders not to have attained their 14th birthday before 1 January 2018. H113 The Binks Family 143cm Show Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 133cms and not exceeding 143cms. Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1 January 2018. H114 The Binks Family 153cm Show Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 143cms and not exceeding 153cms. Riders not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1 January 2018.

HS57 CHAMPIONSHOWHUNTERPONY-opento1st&2ndprizewinnersinclassesH111-H114. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. The Champion qualifies for the BSPS Binks Family Champion of Champions. Champion and Reserve Champion to go forward to the Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy at 3.00pm in the Gloucester Ring.

47 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online LEAD REIN PONY OF HUNTER TYPE REGULATIONS These classes are run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www. grandstandentries.com.

Ponies must be owned, registered and ridden by members of the BSPS, NPS, The Showing Register or PUK to compete in classes with qualification for Horse of the Year Show and a valid JMB number registered with that Society.

This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS NO: 22/18). Owners and riders must be BSPS members, and animals must be registered with the BSPS to qualify for the Blue Riband. Any Pony taking part in classes judged under BSPS rules will be liable to dope testing. Marks will be awarded in the following way: Manners & Way of Going - 50 Marks Maximum Conformation, Type & Freedom of Action - 50 Marks Maximum In the case of equality, the pony with the highest Manners & Way of Going mark will be deemed the winner. If there is still equality at this point, then the judges’ decision will be final.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Only one exhibit may qualify. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first five ponies will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office.

NPS LEADING REIN SHOW PONY NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. 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. JUDGES: Mrs L Homer, Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire (Conformation). Mrs A Fowler, Portishead, North Somerset (Performance). H115 Lead Rein Pony of Hunter Type - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday by the day of competition and not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

This class is a qualifier for the 2018 Horse of the Year Show. Obstacles will be used in the qualifying rounds and in the final. First and Second placed exhibitors to go forward to the Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy at 3.00pm in the Gloucester Ring.

48 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online WORKING HUNTER PONIES REGULATIONS This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS NO: 22/18). Classes H117 - H120 will be run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. This competition is open to mares and geldings, four years old or over.

Ponies must be registered with either NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR or BSPS and a valid JMB number lodged with that Society. Riders and Owners must be members of either NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR, or BSPS. Any Pony taking part in classes judged under BSPS rules will be liable to dope testing. Marks will be awarded in the following way: PHASE I (70 MARKS) A: JUMPING POINTS 50 MARKS B: STYLE WHILE JUMPING 20 MARKS PHASE II (30 MARKS) C: CONFORMATION, TYPE AND FREEDOM OF ACTION 20 MARKS D: MANNERS & WAY OF GOING 10 MARKS In the event of equality the TOTAL MARK from Phase 1 will take precedence, followed by the MANNERS Mark, and then the CONFORMATION, TYPE and FREEDOM OF ACTION MARK.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW, NEC Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Only one exhibit in classes H117 - H120 may qualify per class. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first five ponies will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office. BSPS CHAMPIONSHIPS. The 1st & 2nd prize winners only in each of classes H116-H119 and the 1st, 2nd & 3rd from class H120 will qualify THE BSPS CLASSIC SECURITY (UK) LTD CHALLENGE. Animals may enter both the BSPS Blue Riband of the Year and the BSPS Challenge. Animals must have qualified for the Challenge by attending any BSPS affiliated Show and competed in the appropriate class.

Ponies must not have qualified for the 2018 Horse of the Year Show. If a pony qualifies for the Horse of the Year Show it will forfeit its qualification for the BSPS Challenge. Open Leading Rein and First Ridden, Open Show Ponies, Cradle Stakes, Nursery Stakes, Open Working Hunter Ponies, Open Lead Rein of Hunter Type, Open Show Hunter Ponies, Open Intermediate SH, SRT and WH and Open Heritage Lead Rein, First Ridden, Ridden and WHP Classes.

The Champion qualifies for the BSPS Binks Family Champion of Champions. BSPS BLACK COUNTRY SADDLES RIDER OF THE YEAR. The best rider in each of the following classes will qualify for the final at the BSPS Summer Championship Show. BSPS PREMIER LEAGUE qualifier. The first, second, third and fourth placed ponies in class H116 will qualify. JUDGES: Mr P Hilton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire (Conformation). Mrs M Ludlow, Grantham, Lincolnshire (Jump). H116 Nursery Stakes, Pony 4 years old and over, not exceeding 133cms. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

A minimum of five fences will have a natural appearance, with a maximum height of 75cms and a minimum of 60cms.

H117 National Pony Society / Snuggy Hoods 133cms Working Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over not exceeding 133cms. Riders not to have attained their 14th birthday before 1st January in the current year. H118 National Pony Society / Snuggy Hoods 143cms Working Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 133cms but not exceeding 143cms. Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

H119 National Pony Society / Snuggy Hoods 153cms Working Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier.

Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 143cms but not exceeding 153cms. Riders not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

49 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H120 Intermediate Working Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 158cms. Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year. HS59 CHAMPION WORKING HUNTER PONY - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H117-H120. The Working Hunter Pony Trophy (110), presented by the Worcestershire Association. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Champion and Reserve Champion to go forward to the Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy at 3.00pm in the Gloucester Ring.

SUPREME PONY CHAMPIONSHIP £200 SUPREME CHAMPION JUDGE: Mrs J Bryer, Yeovil, Somerset. HS60 The Tony Fluck Memorial Trophy. The Champion and Reserve Champion from the following sections are to come forward:- Open Show Pony, Intermediate, Leading Rein and First Ridden, Novice Leading Rein and First Ridden, First Pony of Show Hunter Type,ShowHunterPonies,LeadReinPonyofHunterTypeandWorkingHunterPonies. Sash kindly presented by Mrs S Fluck to the Champion. TCAS rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Failure to come forward for judging WILL result in forfeiture of all prize money.

RIDDEN PART BRED PONY OF THE YEAR REGULATIONS This class will be run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook,acopyofwhichcanbedownloadedfromwww.hoys.co.uk ThisisaHorseoftheYearShow Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. These classes are open to ponies registered within one or more of the following stud books: a) The partbred or Anglo / Part bred section of the AHS with a minimum of 12.5% Arab blood b) The partbred section of the WPCS stud books with a minimum of 12.5% Welsh blood. c) The partbred section of the DPS stud book with a minimum of 12.5% Dartmoor blood. d) The partbred section of the BCS stud book with a minimum of 25% Connemara blood. e) The partbred section of the NFPB&CS with a minimum of 25% New Forest blood. Ponies must not exceed 148cms, a valid JMB number must be lodged with Grandstand Media Limited prior to entry in any qualifying round.

A copy of the pony’s passport, showing its registration oroverstampingwiththeAHS,WPCS,DPS,BCPSorNFPB&CSmustbeloggedwithGrandstandMe dia Ltd prior to entry in any qualifying round. Riders and Owners must be members of either NPS, P(UK), TSR, BSPS, CHAPS, AHS, WPCS, DPS, BCPS or NFPB&CS. Marks will be awarded in the following way: Performance - 50 Marks Maximum Conformation, Movement & Quality - 50 Marks Maximum In the case of equality, the horse with the highest Performance mark will be deemed the winner. If there is still equality at this point, then the judges’ decision will be final. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW, NEC Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018.

Only one exhibit may qualify per class. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first five ponies will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office.

JUDGES: Mrs L Homer, Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire (Conformation). Mrs A Fowler, Portishead, North Somerset (Performance). H121 Equissage Pulse Ridden Part Bred Pony of the Year - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallions, mares or geldings, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 148cms. Ponies must be shown plaited and in a coloured browband. All riders must wear a dark coloured jacket. Riders of stallions must have obtained their 14th birthday before the 1st January in the current year.

50 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online BREEDING PONIES REGULATIONS To be judged under the rules of the NPS.

Affiliation Number: S12.071. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS: NPS / AREA 20 SHOW PONY IN-HAND SUPREME CHAMPIONSHIP. To make a ridden show pony. To be judged under the rules of the NPS. This Competition is for Riding Ponies not exceeding 148cm (14.2hh) which must be registered in the NPS Riding Pony Stud Book, Register or Appendix, International or Sports Pony section of the BRPSB, the GSB, the AHSB, the AASB or registered in the main body of their respective Mountain & Moorland Stud Books. Part-Breds are not eligible unless enteredintheNPSStudBook,RegisterorAppendix,InternationalorSportsPonysection oftheBRPSB.

1st and 2nd placed ponies from each class (excluding foals) to compete for the Championship. The highest placed pony owned by an NPS member in each class to go forward to the final at NPS Summer Championships 2018. If the first placed pony has qualified, the second placed pony owned by an NPS member will qualify, qualification can go no lower than third place. NPS / SARACENS HORSE FEEDS SHOW PONY IN-HAND CHAMPIONSHIP. A Silver Medal Rosette is offered by the NPS for the best registered pony in the Show Pony In-Hand Section. NPS Silver Medal Rosettes are only awarded when the Owner of the champion pony is a Qualifying or Life Member of the NPS.

A valid membership card must be in the Rider’s/Handler’s possession on entering the ring and be produced immediately on request by either the judge or steward. If the Owner of the ChampionPonyisnotaMember,ortheOwner’smembershipcardisnotimmediatelyproduced ,the rosette may be awarded to the Reserve Champion provided they have the required membership card. If the Champion pony has previously qualified it is still entitled to the Silver Medal Rosette but the Qualification Card 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 Card can be awarded no lower than first Reserve.

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 31st July – 2nd August 2018.

The Champion & Reserve Champion and 3rd reserve registered Welsh Part-Bred will qualify for the “NATIONALSUPREMEBRIGHTWELLSIN-HANDWELSHPART-BREDCHAMPIONSHIP”. TheNationalWelsh & Part-Bred Championship Show is to be held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on 5th August 2018. For schedules and further information please contact: Mrs L Partridge, Rosedale Stud, Henllys, Cwmbran, Gwent NP44 7AT. (01633 482365). JUDGE: Mrs E Mansfield-Parnell, Ashby-De-La-Zouche, Leicestershire. H122 Brood mare, not exceeding 148 cms with her own foal at foot. H123 Colt or filly foal exhibited in class H122.

H124 Yearling filly, colt or gelding, not exceeding 143 cms on 16 June 2018. H125 Two or three years old colt, filly or gelding. two years old not exceeding 126 cms. Three years old not exceeding 127 cms on 16 June 2018.

H126 Two or three years old colt, filly or gelding. Two years old exceeding 126 cms and not exceeding 136 cms. Three years old exceeding 127 cms and not exceeding 137 cms on 16 June 2018. H127 Two or three years old colt, filly or gelding. Two years old exceeding 136 cms and not exceeding 146 cms. Three years old exceeding 137 cms and not exceeding 147 cms on 16 June 2018. HS61 CHAMPION YOUNGSTOCK - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H123-H127. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. HS62 SUPREME CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H122-H127. The Prudential Assurance Cup (77), a gift of the Prudential Assurance Company Limited.

TCAS Rosette for Supreme Champion and Reserve. Foal Champions are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

HS63 NPS / SARACENS HORSE FEEDS SHOW PONY SILVER MEDAL ROSETTE.

51 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online RIDDEN MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND PONIES REGULATIONS This competition is open to stallions, mares and geldings, four years old and over, to be registered in, and complying with the showing requirements of, the main body of their respective stud books. Part breds are not eligible to compete. Ponies must not exceed the height limits as stipulated by the relevant Breed Societies. Ponies that qualify for the Championship at Horse of the Year Show 2018 must hold a valid JMB Full Height or Annual Certificate, a copy of which must be sent at the time of entry to Horse of the Year Show.

JMB certificates are not required to enter this qualifier. Riders and Owners must be members of their respective breed society, NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR or BSPS. Riders can be of any age with the exception of those riding stallions who must have attained their 12th birthday (small breeds) and 14th birthday (large breeds) before 1st January in the current year. Correct riding attire must be worn. Spurs are not allowed and whips must not exceed 30”. Judges may only judge one qualifier during the current year and marks will be awarded as follows: Show, freedom of action - 50 maximum Breed, type, conformation - 50 maximum In case of equality, the pony with the highest show, freedom of action mark will be deemed the winner.

If there is still equality at this point, the Judges’s decision will be final. These classes will be run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www. grandstandentries.com.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW The following classes are qualifiers for the NPS / Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Ridden Pony of the Year at Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Only one exhibit may qualify per class. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first three ponies will qualify, subject to verification from the Horse of the Year Show Office. NPS/THEMINNSFAMILYMOUNTAINANDMOORLANDRIDDENSILVERMEDALROSETTECHAMPIONSHIP. A Silver Medal Rosette is offered by the NPS for the best registered pony in the Mountain & Moorland RiddenSection.NPSSilverMedalRosettesareonlyawardedwhentheOwnerofthechampion 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. Qualifiers are entitled to compete in the final of the Silver Medal Rosette Championship to be held at the NPS Summer Championship Show 31st July – 2nd August 2018.

The NPS/RINGSIDE STUD M&M Open Ridden National Championship. The highest placed pony, if owned by an NPS member, in each class will qualify for the final. Qualification may pass to third. These classes are judged under the Rules of the NPS. Ponies must be register in the main body of their respective Mountain and Moorland Stud Books. Part breds are not eligible. Qualifying rounds for most NPS competitors 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 to for the final of the competition at the Summer Championship Show at Malvern 31st July – 2nd August 2018.

The highest placed registered Welsh Sec A within class H134 and Welsh Sec B within class H135, and the highest placed registered Welsh Sec C within class H128 and the highest placed registered Welsh Sec D within class H131 will qualify for the ‘NATIONAL SUPREME BRYNSEION STUD RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP’ (kindly sponsored by Mrs C Fell). The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show is to be held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on 4th & 5th August 2018. For schedulesandfurtherinformationpleasecontact:MrsLPartridge,RosedaleStud,Henl lys,Cwmbran, Gwent NP44 7AT (01633 482365)

52 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online THE TORNE VALLEY SUPREME RIDDEN MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND CHAMPIONSHIP. The winners of HS64 & HS65 will qualify for the final to be held at the North of England Summer Pony Show, 7th - 8th July 2018, kindly sponsored by Torne Valley Farm & Country Stores. If the Champion has already qualified then the Reserve Champion will go forward. Only the Champion or Reserve Champion will qualify. Exhibitors who qualify for the final will be sent details directly from: The Secretary, North of England In Hand and Mountain & Moorland Show, Blue Slate Stables, Showley Road, Clayton- Le-Dale, Blackburn, Lancs, BB1 9DP.

www.northofenglandshows.co.uk JUDGES: SMALL BREEDS Mrs J MacInnes, Penrith, Cumbria (Conformation). Mrs V Hampton, Benington, Hertfordshire (Performance). LARGE BREEDS Mrs J Beatham, Landford, Wiltshire (Conformation & Silver Medal) Mrs M Taylor, Cawood, North Yorkshire (Performance).

H128 NPS/Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Ridden Welsh Section C - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. H129 NPS/Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Ridden Fell - Horse of the Year Show. Stallion mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. H130 NPS/Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Ridden Connemara - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. H131 NPS/Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Ridden Welsh Section D - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding. 4 years old or over. H132 NPS/Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Ridden New Forest - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier.

Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. HS64 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H128-H132. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Champion qualifies for the Torne Valley Supreme Ridden Mountain & Moorland Championship.

H133 NPS/BaileysHorseFeedsMountain&MoorlandRiddenDartmoor,ExmoorandShetland - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. H134 NPS/Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Ridden Welsh Section A - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. H135 NPS/Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Ridden Welsh Section B - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. HS65 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H133-H135. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Champion qualifies for the Torne Valley Supreme Ridden Mountain & Moorland Championship.

HS66 SILVER MEDAL ROSETTE NOVICE RIDDEN MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND PONIES REGULATIONS To be judged under the rules of the National Pony Society. Affiliation Number: S12.071. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS NPS/PICTON MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND NOVICE RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP. To be judged under the Rules of the NPS. These classes are open to stallions, mares and geldings four years old or over which must be registered in the main body of their respective Mountain & Moorland Stud Books. A pony is not eligible to compete if, before 1st January in the current year, it has done any of the following: i) Won an open NPS affiliated mixed M&M Ridden class.

ii) Qualified for Olympia, Horse of the Year Show or RIHS Open M&M Ridden Classes. iii) Qualified for the M&M Novice or Intermediate Ridden final at the NPS Summer Championship show (NB Ponies can compete as novices in this competition for two consecutive years provided they do not submit an entry to the final in the first year) iv) If a pony qualifies for Horse of the year Show or RIHS in its second year it is immediately denoviced and cannot compete in the Picton Final.

53 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online The first prizewinners from each class will go forward to the Final to be held at the NPS Summer Championship Show, Malvern in August. A pony may only qualify once. Where the first pony in the class has already qualified, the pony standing next in line which has not qualified will be deemed the qualifier. Qualification may go no lower than third place. Qualifying rounds are open to NPS Members and Non Members BUT ONLY the highest placed pony owned by a Qualifying or Life member, will be eligible to qualify for the final.

Qualification to go no lower than third place. JUDGE: Mrs J M Cooper, Ferndown, Dorset.

H136 Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, Dartmoor, Exmoor & Shetland. H137 Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, Welsh Section A & Welsh Section B H138 Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, New Forest & Connemara. H139 Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, Fell, Highland & Dales. H140 Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, Welsh Section C & Welsh Section D. HS67 CHAMPIONSHIP - open to 1st and 2nd prize winners in classes H136-H140. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND JUNIOR RIDDEN REGULATIONS This class is open to mares and geldings, four years old and over, to be registered in, and complying with the showing requirements of, the main body of their respective stud books.

Part breds are not eligible to compete. Ponies must not exceed the height limits as stipulated by the relevant Breed Societies. Ponies that qualify for the Championship at Horse of the Year Show 2018 must hold a valid JMB Full Height or Annual Certificate, a copy of which must be sent at the time of entry to Horse of the Year Show. JMB certificates are not required to enter this qualifier. These classes will be run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. Riders and Owners must be members of their respective breed society, NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR or BSPS. Riders of Small Breeds must have attained their 10th birthday by the 1st January in the current year and not have attained their 14th birthday by the 1st January in the current year. Riders of Large Breeds must have attained their 10th birthday by the 1st January in the current year and not have attained their 18th birthday by the 1st January in the current year. Riders must not compete at Horse of the Year Show in both the M&M Lead Rein / First Ridden Pony of the Year and the Junior M&M Ridden Pony of the Year.

If qualification for the Horse of the Year Show is achieved in both classes the rider must nominate the class they wish to compete in. Correct riding attire must be worn. Spurs are not allowed and whips must not exceed 30”.

Judges may only judge one qualifier during the current year and marks will be awarded as follows: Show, freedom of action 50 maximum Breed, type, conformation 50 maximum In case of equality, the pony with the highest show, freedom of action mark will be deemed the winner. If there is still equality at this point, the Judges’s decision will be final. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW - The following classes are qualifiers for the Junior Ridden Mountain & Moorland Pony of the Year sponsored by Ponies Association (UK) at Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018.

Only one exhibit may qualify per class. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first three ponies will qualify, subject to verification from the Horse of the Year Show Office.

JUDGES: Ms G Wright, Ringwood, Hampshire (Conformation). Ms A Gomersall, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire (Performance). H141 Small Breeds, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, registered in the Pure Bred Stud Books of Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A & B. Riders to have attained their 10th birthday but not their 14th birthday by the 1st January in the current year.

54 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H142 Large Breeds, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, registered in the Pure Bred Stud Books of Connemara, Dales, Fell, Highland, New Forest, Welsh Sections C & D.

Riders to have attained their 10th birthday but not their 18th birthday by the 1st January in the current year. HS68 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H141-H142. TCAS Rosettes for Champion. MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND LEAD REIN / FIRST RIDDEN REGULATIONS To be run under the rules of the Horse of the Year Show. Copies can be obtained from www.hoys. co.uk. Riders and Owners must be members of their respective Breed Society, NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR or BSPS. Judges may only judge one qualifying competition in the current year. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System.

For full policy details please visit www. grandstandentries.com. Marks will be awarded in the following way: Show, freedom of action 50 maximum Breed type and conformation 50 maximum In the event of equality, the pony with the highest Show/Freedom of Action mark will be deemed the winner. If there is still equality at this point, then the judges’ decision will be final. PLEASE NOTE: Ponies that qualify for this Championship at Horse of the Year Show 2018 must hold a valid JMB Full Height or Annual Certificate, copy of which must be produced at time of entry to Horse of the Year Show. JMB certificates are NOT required to enter this qualifier.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW H143 is a qualifier for the Colne Mountain & Moorland Lead Rein Pony of the Year Championship. H144 is a qualifier for the Brineton/Kare Plus Mountain & Moorland First RiddenPonyoftheYearChampionshipatHorseoftheYearShow,NECBirmingham,3rd-7thOc tober 2018. Only one exhibit may qualify per class. The highest placed pony, not already qualified from the three will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office. The2highestplacedregisteredWelshSecAorBponieswithinclassH143willqualifyfort he“NATIONAL SUPREMEBRYNSEIONSTUDLEADREINCHAMPIONSHIP”(kindlysponsoredbyMrsCFell).

TheNational Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show is to be held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on 4th & 5th August 2018. For schedules and further information please contact: Mrs L Partridge, Rosedale Stud, Henllys, Cwmbran, Gwent NP44 7AT (01633 482365).

JUDGES: Mr R James, Rugeley, Staffordshire (Conformation). Mrs J M Cooper, Ferndown, Dorset (Performance). H143 Colne Mountain & Moorland Lead Rein Pony - Horse of the year Show Qualifier. This class is open to registered Mountain & Moorland Mares and Geldings four years old or over registered in the main body of their respective Stud Books, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, New Forest, Welsh A & B. Ponies not to exceed 122cms. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but must not have attained their 9th birthday before 1 January in the current year. The highest placed pony not already qualified from the first three will qualify to compete at Horse of the Year Show 2018.

To be led by an attendant and to be shown in Snaffle Bridles, Lead Rein to be attached to the noseband only.

H144 Brineton/Kare Plus Mountain & Moorland First Ridden Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. This class is open to Mountain & Moorland Mares and Geldings four years old or over registered in the main body of their respective Stud books, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, New Forest, Welsh A & B. Ponies not to exceed 128 cms. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday, but must not have attained their 12th birthday before 1 January in the current year. The highest placed pony not already qualified from the first three will qualify to compete at Horse of the Year Show 2018. To be shown in any suitable bridle.

55 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online HS69 MINICHAMPION-opento1st&2ndprizewinnersinclassesH143-H144. TCASRosettes for Champion and Reserve. MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND NOVICE LEAD REIN / FIRST RIDDEN REGULATIONS To be judged under the rules of the NPS. Affiliation Number: S12.071. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS NPS/KINGS HEAD MEMORIAL MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND NOVICE LEADING REIN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. This class is open to registered Mountain & Moorland mares and geldings four years old and over not exceeding 122cms. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but must not have attained their 9th birthday before the 1st January in the current year.

NPS MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND NOVICE FIRST RIDDEN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP. This class is open to registered Mountain & Moorland mares and geldings four years old and over not exceeding 128cms. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but must not have attained their 12th birthday before the 1st January in the current year. The highest placed pony owned by an NPS Qualifying or Life member, go forward to the final. Qualification may go no lower than third place. JUDGE: Mrs E A Nicholls, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire.

H145 Mountain and Moorland Novice Leading Rein. Mare and gelding four years old and over not exceeding 122cms, registered in the main body of their respective stud books, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, New Forest, Welsh A & B. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but must not have attained their 9th birthday before 1 January in the current year. The pony never to have won a first prize of £5 or more in Leading Rein classes or qualified for the NPS/Showing Classics M&M Leading Rein final before 1st January in the current year. To be led by an attendant and to be shown in Snaffle Bridles, Lead Rein to be attached to the noseband only.

H146 Mountain and Moorland Novice First Ridden. Mare and gelding four years old and over not exceeding 128cms, registered in the main body of their respective stud books. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but must not have attained their 12th birthday before 1 January in the current year. The pony never to have won a first of £5 or more in any First Ridden classes or qualified for the NPS / Showing Classics M&M First Ridden final before 1st January in the current year. To be shown in any suitable bridle.

HS70 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prizewiners in classes H145-H146. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND WORKING HUNTER PONIES REGULATIONS These competitions run under the rules of the Horse of the Year Show copies of which can be obtained from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. These classes are open to Mountain and Moorland stallions, mares and geldings, four years old and over.

To be registered in, and complying with the showing requirements of, the main body of their respective stud books. Ponies must be within the correct height stipulations for their height section however ponies must not exceed the height limits as stipulated by the relevant breed societies. Riders of stallions must have attained their 12th birthday (small breeds) and 14th birthday (large breeds) before 1st January in the current year.

Please note: Ponies that qualify for this Championship at Horse of the Year Show 2018 must hold

56 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online a valid JMB full Height or Annual Certificate, a copy of which must be enclosed at the time of entry to Horse of the Year Show. JMB certificates are not required to enter this qualifier. Riders and Owners must be members of their respective Breed Society, NPS, Ponies (UK), TSR or BSPS. Marks will be awarded in the following way: PHASE I (70 MARKS) A: JUMPING POINTS 50 MARKS B: STYLE WHILE JUMPING 20 MARKS PHASE II (30 MARKS) C: BREED TYPE & CONFORMATION 20 MARKS D: INDIVIDUAL SHOW & MANNERS 10 MARKS In the event of equality, the TOTAL MARK from Phase 1 will take precedence, followed by the Individual Show & Manners Mark, and then the Breed Type & Conformation Mark.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW - The following classes are qualifiers for the British Show Pony Society Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter Pony Championship at Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Only one exhibit from classes H147-H150 may qualify. The highest placed pony, not already qualified, from the first three ponies will qualify. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office.

JUDGE: Mrs C Frith, Market Drayton, Shropshire (Conformation). Mrs E A Nicholls, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire (Jump). H147 The British Show Pony Society Mountain & Moorland exc. 143cm Working Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding 4 years old and over exceeding 143cms. H148 TheBritishShowPonySocietyMountain&Moorland143cmWorkingHunterPony-Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding 4 years old and over exceeding 133 cms but not exceeding 143cms.

H149 The British Show Pony Society Mountain & Moorland 133cm Working Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier.

Stallion, mare or Gelding 4 years old and over, exceeding 122 cms but not exceeding 133 cms. H150 The British Show Pony Society Mountain & Moorland 122cm Working Hunter Pony - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Stallion, mare or gelding 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122 cms. HS71 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H147-H150. Rebecca Jade NordellMemorialTrophy(171)presentedbyMrsNordell. TCASRosettesforChampion and Reserve.

MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND NOVICE WORKING HUNTER PONIES REGULATIONS To be judged under the rules of the NPS. Affiliation Number: S12.071. Qualifying rounds are open to NPS Members and Non Members BUT ONLY the highest placed pony owned by an NPS Qualifying or Life member, will be eligible to qualify for the final. Qualification to go no lower than third place. All Ponies in Novice Classes must be shown in a snaffle bridle. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS The NPS/Area 25 MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND NOVICE WORKING HUNTER PONY CHAMPIONSHIP. This competition is open to stallions, mares and geldings, four years old or over, which must be registered in the main body of their respective Mountain and Moorland Stud Books.

A pony shall not be deemed to be a Novice if by 1st January of the current year it has: a) Won an open NPS Affiliated Mountain & Moorland WHP class. b) Won a class at a Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter Pony Championship (final at HOYS or RIHS) qualifying round.

57 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online c) Qualified for the NPS M & M Novice/Intermediate Working Hunter Pony Championship final at Malvern. d) Qualified for an M&M WHP final at Horse of the Year Show or RIHS in previous years or the current year. The winner in each class will go forward to the Final to be held at the N.P.S.

Summer Championship Show. If the winner has qualified the pony placed next in line which has not previously qualified will be deemed the qualifier. Qualification may pass no lower than third place. JUDGES: Mr M Saunders, Bournemouth, Dorset (Conformation). Mrs H Banbury, St Austell, Cornwall (Jump). H151 Novice M&M Working Hunter Pony not exceeding 122cm H152 Novice M&M Working Hunter Pony exceeding 122cm but not exceeding 138 cm H153 Novice M&M Working Hunter Pony exceeding 133cms but not exceeding 143cms H154 Novice M&M Working Hunter Pony exceeding 143cm but not exceeding 148cm (except for Dales and Welsh Section D for which there is no height restriction) HS72 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H151-H154.

TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

WELSH MOUNTAIN PONIES – SECTION A REGULATIONS This Section is held under the Rules of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society and exhibits entered must be registered or eligible for registration in the Welsh Stud Book or entered or eligible for entry in the Appendix thereto as FS2 mares. Registration or entry of eligible but un-registered or un-entered animals to be completed within one month of the Show, otherwise the award will be withheld. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS WELSHPONY&COBSOCIETYSILVERMEDAL. TobeawardedtotheChampionorReserveChampion whose owners are or become members of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society.

The Champion & Reserve Champion or 3rd reserve Welsh Sec A will qualify for the "NATIONAL SUPREME BRIGHTWELLS IN-HAND CHAMPIONSHIP" The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show is to be held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on 4th & 5th August 2018. For schedulesandfurtherinformationpleasecontact:MrsLPartridge,RosedaleStud,Henl lys,Cwmbran, Gwent NP44 7AT (01633 482365).

JUDGE: Mrs J Kilbey, Haverhill, Suffolk (Idyllic) H155 Novice Brood Mare 4 years old or over with her own foal at foot. (Novice defined as being a mare which has not won a brood mare class up to 1 May 2018.) H156 Brood mare 4 years old or over with her own foal at foot. Exhibits in class H155 may compete in this class on payment of the additional entry fee. H157 Colt or filly foal - only foals shown with their mares in classes H155 and H156 eligible. H158 Barren mare or gelding, four years old or over. (A barren mare for the purpose of this classification is a mare, which has not produced a foal and will not produce a foal in the current year.) H159 Yearling colt.

H160 Yearling filly and gelding. H161 Two or three year old filly or gelding. H162 Two or three year old colt. H163 Stallion four years old and upwards. HS73 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H155-H163. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

HS74 WPCS SILVER MEDAL Ridden Welsh Section A & B, see class H172

58 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online WELSH PONIES – SECTION B REGULATIONS This Section is held under the Rules of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society and exhibits entered must be registered or eligible for registration in the Welsh Stud Book or entered or eligible for entry in the Appendix thereto as FS2 mares. Registration or entry of eligible but un-registered or un-entered animals to be completed within one month of the Show, otherwise the award will be withheld.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS WELSHPONY&COBSOCIETYSILVERMEDAL. TobeawardedtotheChampionorReserveChampion whose owners are or become members of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society. TheChampion&ReserveChampionor3rdreserveWelshSecBwillqualifyforthe"NATIONALS UPREME BRIGHTWELLS IN-HAND CHAMPIONSHIP" The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show is to be held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on 4th & 5th August 2018. For schedules and further information please contact: Mrs L Partridge, Rosedale Stud, Henllys, Cwmbran, Gwent NP44 7AT (01633 482365).

JUDGE: Mrs R E Cheetham, Macclesfield, Cheshire (Carrwood). H164 Barren mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. H165 Brood mare 4 years old or over with her own foal at foot, foaled in or before 2014. H166 Colt or filly foal - only foals shown with their mares in class H165 eligible. H167 Yearling colt. H168 Yearling filly and gelding. H169 Two or three year old filly or gelding. H170 Colt, two or three years old. H171 Stallion, 4 years old and upwards. HS75 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H164-H171. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

HS76 WPCS SILVER MEDAL JUDGE: Mrs E A Russell, Glasgow, Scotland (Gartconnel) H172 Ridden Welsh Section A or B four years old and over. WELSH PONIES COB TYPE – SECTION C REGULATIONS This Section is held under the Rules of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society and exhibits entered must be registered or eligible for registration in the Welsh Stud Book or entered or eligible for entry in the Appendix thereto as FS2 mares. Registration or entry of eligible but un-registered or un-entered animals to be completed within one month of the Show, otherwise the award will be withheld. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS WELSHPONY&COBSOCIETYSILVERMEDAL.

TobeawardedtotheChampionorReserveChampion whose owners are or become members of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society. The Champion & Reserve Champion or 3rd reserve Welsh Sec C will qualify for the "NATIONAL SUPREME BRIGHTWELLS IN-HAND CHAMPIONSHIP" The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show is to be held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on 4th & 5th August 2018. For schedulesandfurtherinformationpleasecontact:MrsLPartridge,RosedaleStud,Henl lys,Cwmbran, Gwent NP44 7AT (01633 482365).

JUDGE: Mr D D Morgan, Lampeter, Ceredigion (Parc). H173 Barren mare or gelding, four years old or over. H174 Brood Mare born in or before 2014 with her own foal at foot. H175 Colt or filly foal - only foals shown with their mares in class H174 eligible. H176 Yearling filly and gelding. H177 Yearling colt.

59 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H178 Two or three years old filly or gelding. H179 Stallion or Colt 2 years old or upwards. HS77 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H173-H179. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. HS78 WPCS SILVER MEDAL Ridden Welsh C & D, see class H187. WELSH COBS – SECTION D REGULATIONS This Section is held under the Rules of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society and exhibits entered must be registered or eligible for registration in the Welsh Stud Book or entered or eligible for entry in the Appendix thereto as FS2 mares. Registration or entry of eligible but un-registered or un-entered animals to be completed within one month of the Show, otherwise the award will be withheld. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS WELSH PONY & COB SOCIETY SILVER MEDAL.

To be awarded to the Champion or Reserve Champion whose owners are or become members of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society. The Champion & Reserve Champion or 3rd reserve Welsh Sec C will qualify for the "NATIONAL SUPREME BRIGHTWELLS IN-HAND CHAMPIONSHIP". The 1st & 2nd placed Welsh Sec C and Welsh Sec D in class H187 will qualify for the 'NATIONAL SUPREME BRYNSEION STUD RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP' (kindly sponsored by Mrs C Fell). The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show is to be held at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on 4th & 5th August 2018. For schedules and further information please contact: Mrs L Partridge, Rosedale Stud, Henllys, Cwmbran, Gwent NP44 7AT (01633 482365).

JUDGE: Mr D R Smith, Bireston, Buckinghamshire (Broughton) H180 Barren mare or gelding, four years old or over. H181 Brood Mare born in or before 2014 with her own foal at foot. H182 Colt or filly foal - only foals shown with mares in class H180 eligible. H183 Yearling colt, filly or gelding. H184 Two or three years old filly or gelding. H185 Two or three years old colt. H186 Stallion four years old or over. HS79 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H180-H186. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

HS80 WPCS SILVER MEDAL JUDGE: Mrs E A Russell, Glasgow, Scotland (Gartconnel) H187 Ridden Welsh Section C or D four years old and over. SUPREME WELSH IN HAND CHAMPIONSHIP £100 Supreme Champion £50 Reserve Champion JUDGE: Mrs E A Russell, Glasgow, Scotland (Gartconnel). HS81 The Champion and Reserve Champion from the following sections are to come forward for the Championship; Welsh Section A, Welsh Section B, Welsh Section C and Welsh Section D. Rosettes for Supreme Champion and Reserve. Failure to come forward for judging will result in forfeiture of all prize money.

60 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online DARTMOOR PONIES REGULATIONS Ponies must be fully registered in the Dartmoor Pony Society Stud Book.

The winning exhibitor must be a member of the D.P.S. Current membership cards to be produced in the ring. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS This is a Star Rosette Show for the Dartmoor Pony Society. Champion to receive the Star Rosette. JUDGE: Mrs E M Houghton, Bovey Tracey, Devon. H188 Best ridden, 4 years old and over. H189 Mare with or without her own foal at foot. H190 Colt or filly foal - by a registered Dartmoor stallion, only foals shown with their mares in class H189 eligible.

H191 Filly or gelding two or three years old. H192 Yearling colt, filly or gelding. H193 Gelding, four years old and over. H194 Stallion, any age, or colt not under 2 years old. HS82 CHAMPION IN HAND DARTMOOR PONY - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H189-H194. The Dunros Perpetual Trophy (68), presented by Mrs D Hollingsworth. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. HS83 CHAMPIONSTARROSETTE presentedbyTheDartmoorPonySocietytotheChampion. EXMOOR PONIES SPONSORED BY D H PHILLIPS REGULATIONS Animals entered in this class must be registered in the Exmoor Pony Breed Society Stud Book and must be shown in natural condition.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS Exmoor Pony Society rosettes are offered to the Best of Breed, Best Gelding, Best 3 years old, Best 2 years old, Best Yearling and Best Ridden. JUDGE: Mr M Dewhurst, Tockholes, Lancashire H195 Registered Exmoor Pony, stallion, mare or gelding 4 years old and over. To be shown In-Hand. H196 Registered Exmoor Pony, colt, filly or gelding, yearling 2 or 3 years old. To be shown In-Hand. HS84 CHAMPION EXMOOR IN HAND PONY open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H195-H196. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

HS85 EXMOOR PONY SOCIETY SPECIAL QUALIFYING ROSETTE to the winner of class H195 and the winner of class H196 both will qualify for the Exmoor Pony of the Year Competition. H197 Best ridden, 4 years old and over. HS86 EXMOOR PONY SOCIETY SPECIAL QUALIFYING ROSETTE, for the Best Ridden Exmoor Pony which qualifies for The Exmoor Pony of the Year.

61 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online SHETLAND PONIES REGULATIONS Please ensure that Registration numbers are entered on entry forms. All entries to be registered or eligible for registration in the Shetland Pony Society Stud Book.

Exhibits entered in classes H198-H201 ARE NOT ELIGIBLE to compete in classes H202-H205. 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). 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. 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. JUDGE: Mr D Hodge, Okehampton, Devon.

H198 Miniature Shetland mare, born 2014 or earlier with or without her own foal at foot. Not to exceed 87 cm (34 inches). H199 Miniature Shetland foal, shown with mare in class H198. H200 Miniature Stallion or gelding, 4 years old or over. Not to exceed 87 cm (34 inches). H201 Miniature Colt, filly or gelding, 1, 2 or 3 years old. Not to exceed 87 cm (34 inches) at maturity. HS87 CHAMPION IN HAND MINIATURE SHETLAND - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H198-H201. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

H202 Shetland Mare, born 2014 or earlier with or without her own foal at foot.

H203 Shetland foal, shown with mare in class H202. H204 Stallion or gelding, 4 years old or over. H205 Colt, filly or gelding, 1, 2 or 3 years old. HS88 SPECIAL ROSETTE - Best Colt, 2 or 3 years old. HS89 CHAMPION IN HAND SHETLAND - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H202-205. The Glenfall Dolly Velvenna Cup (43), presented by Miss J L Cullingford. Shetland Pony Society Championship Rosette. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. H206 Best ridden Shetland, 4 years old and over.

NEW FOREST PONIES QUALIFIERS and AWARDS This is a NFPB&CS Elite Show, scoring for the Society’s Elite Scheme. JUDGE: Mrs J MacInnes, Penrith, Cumbria. H207 Best ridden, 4 years old and over. H208 2 years old & over Licensed stallion or colt, born in or before 2016. H209 Gelding or Mare 4 years old or over, not exceeding 148 cms, with or without foal at foot. H210 Colt or filly foal, sired by a registered stallion and the produce of a mare in H209. H211 2 or 3 years old Filly or gelding born in 2015 or 2016.

H212 Yearling Colt, filly or gelding born in 2017. HS90 CHAMPIONINHANDNEWFOREST-opento1st&2ndprizewinnersinclassesH208-H212.

TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

62 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online CONNEMARA PONIES REGULATIONS All entries must be registered in the British Connemara Pony Society Stud Book or the Stud Book of anotherApprovedConnemaraPonySociety. Registrationnumbersmustbestatedontheentryform. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS ThisshowisaqualifierfortheTamO’ShanterBreedingChampionshipsbeingheldattheAn nualBCPS Breed Show on Saturday 14th July 2018 at Home Farm, Hothorpe, Theddingworth, Leicestershire LE17 6QX. The three highest placings of each age group - Connemara yearlings, two years olds and three years olds - will qualify for the Tam O’Shanter Breeding Championship.

The three highest placings - Connemara Mares - will qualify for the Tam O’Shanter Breeding Championship. The qualifyingcardsmustnotbepasseddownlowerthan6thplaceifthoseabovehavealreadyq ualified. JUDGE: Ms A Gomersall, Ringstead, Hampshire.

H213 Best ridden, 4 years old and over. H214 1,2,3 years old Connemara Pony, any sex. Not exceeding 147.3 cm/14.2 hh in height. H215 4 years old & over Connemara Pony, any sex. Not exceeding 147.3 cms /14.2hh in height HS91 BEST YEARLING in class H214, £20 and Rosette, a gift of Mrs E Beckett. HS92 CHAMPION IN HAND CONNEMARA - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H214-H215. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve and British Connemara Society Rosette for the best exhibit in classes H214 and H215, owned by a member of BCPS. Membership card may be asked to be produced in the ring. Geldings 4 years old & over are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

HIGHLAND, DALES & FELL PONIES SPONSORED BY ANNETTE JOHNSTON REGULATIONS Run under the rules of the Dales Pony Society, the Fell Pony Society and the Highland Pony Society. All Fell Ponies must be registered in main section of the Fell Pony Society Stud Book. JUDGE: Mr R James, Rugeley, Staffordshire H216 4 years old & over, Stallion, mare or gelding born before 2014. H217 2-3 years old Colt, filly or gelding born in 2015 or 2016. H218 Foal / Yearling Colt, filly or gelding born in 2017 or 2018. HS93 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H216-H218. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship.

HS94 HIGHLAND PONY SOCIETY ROSETTE for Best In-Hand Highland Pony. HS95 SPECIAL ROSETTE offered by the Dales Pony Society for the best registered Dales Pony shown by an exhibitor who must produce a current membership card in the ring. HS96 FELL PONY ROSETTE for the best registered Fell Pony registered in the Fell Pony Society Stud Book - excluding section X. Exhibitor to be a Member of the Fell Pony Society. Membership to be shown in the ring. H219 Best ridden, 4 years old and over.

63 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online HAFLINGERS REGULATIONS All entries to be registered in the appropriate section of the Haflinger Society of Great Britain Stud Book.

Classes H220-H222 will be judged in accordance to the rules of the Haflinger Society of Great Britain. All exhibitors must be fully paid up members of the Haflinger Society of Great Britain. JUDGE: Mrs H J Davies, Moreton Pinkney, Northamptonshire. H220 Best ridden, 4 years old or over. H221 Colt, stallion or gelding, any age. H222 Mare or filly any age.

HS97 HAFLINGER SOCIETY ROSETTE for the Best Foal. HS98 HAFLINGER SOCIETY ROSETTE for the Best Gelding. HS99 HAFLINGER SOCIETY ROSETTE for the Best Yearling. HS100 CHAMPIONINHANDHAFLINGER-opento1st&2ndprizewinnersinclassesH221-H222. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve and the Thrivon Perpetual Trophy (107), presented by Chapman & Frearson Limited. Geldings 4 years old & over and Foals are not eligible for the Cuddy Championship. BRITISH MINIATURE HORSES REGULATIONS These competitions are run under the rules of the Horse of the Year Show, copies of which can be obtained from www.hoys.co.uk.

This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. These classes are affiliated to the British Miniature Horse Society (BMHS), all classes will be run under their rules. Only horses owned by a BMHS member may enter. Owners, exhibitors and handlers must be current members and have paid the appropriate BMHS 2018 Showing Levy. All horses must be measured in the current year prior to competing in the qualifier. All competitors are advised to visit www.bmhs.co.uk for a list of measuring venues.

CLASS H223 3 years and over Fully Licensed Registered Stallions. 4 years olds not to exceed 87 cms 3 years olds not to exceed 86 cms. H224 3 years and over Registered mares and geldings. 4 years olds not to exceed 87 cms 3 years olds not to exceed 86 cms. H225 Youngstock 1 and 2 years olds. Registered Colts, Fillies and Geldings 2 years olds not to exceed 84cms. Yearlings not to exceed 82 cms. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS First and second prize-winners from classes H223 – H225 will qualify to compete in the Miniature Horse Championship. The qualifying horse will be the highest placed, previously unqualified (HOYS) exhibit within the Championship of the registered fully licensed stallion, mares/gelding and young stock sections.

The Championship is only open to the first and second prize winners in the registered mare/gelding, stallion and youngstock sections respectively, and all horses forward in the Championship must be placed as any one of the six could be eligible for HOYS qualifications. This class is a qualifying class for Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Qualification will not pass below 6th place. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office.

64 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online The Champion Miniature will also qualify for the Supreme Champion of Champions class at the BMHS International Breed Show in September 2018. JUDGE: Mrs T Day, Rochford, Essex. H223 Miniature Stallion Horse - 3 years and over fully licensed registered stallions. H224 Miniature Mares/Gelding Horse - 3 years and over registered mares and geldings. H225 Miniature Youngstock Horse - 1 & 2 years olds. Registered colts, fillies and geldings. HS101 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H223-H225. TCAS Rosettes for the Champion and Reserve.

CUDDY SUPREME IN HAND CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER HORSEOFTHEYEARSHOW.ThechampionfromeachqualifyingshowwillqualifyfortheChampi onship, to be held at the NEC Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. The champion horse or pony from the following classes will be eligible to compete, provided it has not already won a qualifying round in 2018: Welsh Mountain A, B, C and D, Dartmoor, Hacks, Hunter Breeding (Mares), Hunter Breeding (Young Stock), Exmoor, Irish Draught and Irish Draught Sport Horse, Appaloosa, Riding Horse, Pure Bred Arabs, Anglo and Part Bred Arabs, Breeding Ponies (Mare), Breeding Ponies (Youngstock), Connemara, Shetland, Haflinger, Palomino, British Skewbald and Piebald, Highland, Dales & Fell Ponies, New Forest, Miniature Horses and Cleveland Bay.

Geldings 4 years old & over are NOT eligible.

If the champion has already qualified for HOYS 2018 or is ineligible, then the reserve champion of that section may come forward, provided it has not already qualified and is eligible. If both champion and reserve champion have already qualified or are ineligible, then the section will not be represented in this qualifying round. Foal champions are not eligible. In the event of a horse/pony having been awarded more than one section Championship at this show, that horse/pony will represent both/all sections and the qualification will not pass down to the Reserve Champion in the 2nd and any subsequent sections.

There will be no direct entry into Supreme In-hand Championship Qualifier, all animals must be a section champion or reserve champion (as applicable).

This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com PRIZES - Champion £125 rosette and sash, Reserve £75 and rosette. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office. Prize money will be paid out after the final by Grandstand Media Ltd to all Champions who come forward to the Horse of the Year Show 2018. Grandstand Media Ltd wish to express their thanks to Mr and Mrs Cuddy for generously sponsoring this competition.

JUDGE: Mr A Williams, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. HS102 Cuddy Supreme Light Horse / Pony - The object of the competition is to find the supreme light horse or pony in-hand champion of the year, irrespective of breed or type (excluding heavy horses). SENIOR PONIES / HORSES REGULATIONS Run under the regulations of the SSAD LTD. All competitors should acquaint themselves with SSAD rules before entering. No spurs, no galloping, no wearing of face/body jewellery. Foals are not permitted in SSADL classes. In hand classes minimum age of handler =9 years. Stallions - either

65 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online 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 acquaint themselves with SSADL rules before entering. For more in depth information go to www.seniorshowinganddressage.co.uk QUALIFIERS and AWARDS The six winners from the classes H226 – H231 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 eligible 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.

JUDGES: Mrs S Wooderson, Ipswich, Suffolk. Miss P Bindley, Bedworth, Warwickshire. H226 In Hand pre-Senior horse or pony, 15 to 18 years old. H227 In Hand Senior horse or pony, 19 to 23 years old. H228 In Hand Senior-plus horse or pony, 24 years old and over. H229 Ridden pre-Senior horse or pony, 15 to 18 years old. H230 Ridden Senior horse or pony, 19 to 23 years old. H231 Ridden Senior-plus horse or pony, 24 years old and over. HS103 CHAMPION SENIOR - open to 1st and 2nd prize winners in classes H226-H231. TCAS Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. SSDA Ltd Sash, Trophy and Rosette to the Champion.

The six winners from the above classes are required to go forward to the SSADL Championship. The Champion will go forward to the Olympia Senior Showing Grand Final held at the London International Horse Show in December 2018. If the Champion has already qualified, then qualification will be handed down the line. DONKEYS Entry Fees:- Non Members £10, Member £6 Prize money:- 1st £20, 2nd £12, 3rd £7, 4th £3, 5th £2. REGULATIONS Exhibitors DO NOT have to be D.B.S. Members to enter classes. Stallions and entire colts must be properly dressed in bridle and bit with a leading rein correctly attached to the bit.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS Qualifiers for: The Donkey Breed Society Championship Show, the Summerhays Memorial Award Scheme & the Donkey Breed Society Champion The In Hand Champion Donkey at this show, providing it is owned by a fully paid up member of the DBS, automatically: (I) Qualifies for the relevant championship at the DBS Supreme Championship Show to be held in August 2018. A Donkey may win more than one DBS Championship at Shows but will qualify only once for the DBS Supreme Championship Show. Where the In Hand Champion Donkey has previously qualified, the Reserve Champion Donkey will be deemed the Qualifier.

66 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online (II) Achieves one of four required qualifiers to become a DBS In Hand Champion Donkey. (III) Qualifies for the Summerhayes Brood Mare Award Scheme. JUDGE: Mr C Porter, Nelson, Lancashire. H232 Best condition and turnout donkey and handler. H233 Stallion or gelding 4 years and over. H234 Mare with or without foal at foot and Broodmares of 5 years old and over with own foal at foot. Foal to be 6 weeks or over on day of show. H235 Yearling, two or three years old colt, filly or gelding. H236 Pet donkey.

HS104 CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H232-H236.

The Spencer WilliamsPerpetualChallengeTrophy(50),TCASRosettesforChampionandReserve. DBSBestLocalDonkeyrosetteawardedtothebestdonkeyownedbyaDBSmember living within a 25mile radius of the showground. To be judged immediately after the In Hand Championship. Eligible competitors should be asked to wear a white armband. DOUBLE HARNESS SCURRY ENTRY FEE:- £14 inc VAT each entry PRIZE MONEY:- Classes H237 and H238: 1st £95 2nd £70 3rd £50 4th £40 5th £30 6th £20 Class HS107: 1st £125 2nd £100 3rd £80 4th £70 5th £40 6th £30 REGULATIONS To be run under The Scurry Driving Association Rules 2018. Drivers and sponsors must be members of The Scurry Driving Association.

Ponies must be registered with the Association. Ponies must be four years old or over and be driven to a suitable four wheeled vehicle. All vehicles must have a standard track width of at least 130cms and must be measured on leaving the ring after the completion of the round. Competitors whose vehicles do not measure at least 130cms will be disqualified.

The first six from Classes H237 and H238 will go forward to the Championship. Novices to identify themselves by a white arm band. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS: THE BRITISH NATIONAL SCURRY DRIVING CHAMPIONSHIP. ThewinnersinclassesH237andH238willqualifyfortheBritishNationalScurryDriving Championships. If the winner has already qualified, the qualification will pass down the line to the highest unqualified competitor in top six places. JUDGE: Mr C J M Walker, Dursley, Gloucestershire. Course Builder: Mr S J Williams.

H237 A pair of ponies, 122cms and under. H238 A pair of ponies, exceeding 122cms but not exceeding 148cms.

HS105 SPECIAL PRIZE - £20 to the highest placed Novice Driver in Class H237. HS106 SPECIAL PRIZE - £20 to the highest placed Novice Driver, in Class H238. HS107 CHAMPIONSHIP. TCAS Rosettes to Champion and Reserve Champion.

67 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online CARRIAGE DRIVING ENTRY FEE: - £8 inc VAT Classes H239 – H242 & H246 – H251 PRIZE MONEY:- 1st £15, 2nd £10, 3rd £5 ENTRY FEE: £45 inc VAT Classes H243 – H245 (includes £12.00 Horse of the Year Show Levy) PRIZE MONEY:- 1st £50, 2nd £30, 3rd £20 REGULATIONS All competitors must have either BDS membership or Third Party Liability Insurance and these details must be stipulated on the entry form. Private Driving classes are held under the auspices of the British Driving Society and to qualify for the BDS Osborne Refrigerators Championships, all exhibitors must be members of that Society.

The membership number must be quoted on the entry form and the membership card available for inspection in the ring. Debutante Traditional Carriage Driving and Essence of Attelage (Classes H250-H251) are held under the auspices of Association International d’Attelage de Tradition. These classes are open to all competitors with proof of 3rd party insurance or membership of BDS or British Carriage Driving. All competitors entered into the 2 and 4 wheel exercise vehicles and Debutant classes (H240, H241 and H250) receive a free entry with their turnouts into a Jessie Dudley Apicella Driving Clinic at 7.00pm on Saturday night before in the Cotswold Driving Ring.

Spectators are also welcome to attend.

QUALIFIERS and AWARDS: HorseoftheYearShow3rd-7thOctober2018-TheHarnessHorseandPonyoftheYearChampio nship Qualifier will be awarded to the highest placed turnout owned & driven by a member of the British Driving Society in Class HS108 Private Driving Championship, disregarding those already qualified down to 6th place. Qualification will not pass below 6th place. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office. All data given upon entry of these classes is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.

grandstandentries.com. All entrants in classes H243, H244 & H245 must be registered on the Horse of the Year Show database prior to entry.

OSBORNE REFRIGERATORS BDS CHAMPIONSHIP 2018. Classes H241, H244, H245 and H246 are qualifiers for the 2018 Osborne Refrigerators BDS National Championships at Driving Addington. The highest placed turnout owned and driven by a member of the British Driving Society and eligible for the following type-sections disregarding those already qualified down to 6th place in the class will qualify for the 2018 Semi-Finals at Driving Addington. The Championship will immediately follow the Semi-Finals. a) Single hackney-type - over 13.2hh (Ref. Class H245) b) Single hackney-type - 13.2hh and under (Ref.

Classes H243 & H244) c) Single non-hackney-type (excluding Registered Welsh) - over 13.2hh (Ref. Class H245) d)Singlenon-hackney-type(excludingRegisteredWelsh)-13.2hh&under(Ref.Classes H243&H244) g) Single purebred Registered Welsh Ponies, Sections A, B & C (Ref. Classes H243 & H244 i) Pairs and Tandems - Open, any height (Ref. Classes H243, H244, H245) m) Single, Pair or Tandem Turnout driven to a four wheel exercise vehicle. (Ref. Class H241) JUDGES: Mrs V Hampton, Benington, Herts Classes H239 – H245, H250 – H251, & HS108 Mrs L Walsh, Crawley, West Sussex Classes H246 – H247 Ms J Beswick, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire Classes H248 – H249 H239 Junior, Disabled or Novice Driver.

Open to a Junior, Disabled or a Novice driver never to have won more than 2 Exercise or Private Driving classes driving a single equine any height, four years old and over, to be driven to a suitable carriage. To be judged on skill, presentation and ability to negotiate a few simple tasks. Juniors to be between 10 and 18 years old on day of show and accompanied in the carriage by a competent adult groom 18 years old and over.

H240 2 Wheel Exercise Vehicles. Open to single or tandem equines any height, four years old and over, to be driven to a 2-wheel exercise carriage including traditional or pneumatic wheels, specifically designed for carriages (i.e. not car tyres). H241 4 Wheel Exercise Vehicles. Open to single, pair, tandem or multiple equines any height, four years old and over, to be driven to a 4 wheel exercise carriage including traditional or pneumatic wheels specifically designed for carriages (i.e. not car tyres).

68 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H242 Whip and Groom.

Open to single, pair, horse or ponies any height, four years old and over, to be driven to any suitable vehicle. Both the driver (whip) and the groom to drive their turnout one after the other to show their abilities and the performance of the equine. H243 Open Private Driving 12.0hh and under for equines 4 years old and over to be driven to a traditional type vehicle. (Exercise vehicles, Show wagons and commercial vehicles are NOT eligible).

H244 Open Private Driving over 12.0hh and 13.2hh and under for equines 4 years old and over to be driven to a traditional type vehicle. (Exercise vehicles, Show wagons and commercial vehicles are NOT eligible). H245 Open Private Driving over 13.2hh for equines 4 years old and over to be driven to a traditional type vehicle. (Exercise vehicles, Show wagons and commercial vehicles are NOT eligible). HS108 CHAMPION PRIVATE DRIVING - Open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H243, H244, H245 the Lloyd Baker Perpetual Cup (91), a gift of the late Miss O Lloyd-Baker, CBE, JP, (President 1965). T.C.A.S.

Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. This is a Victoria Food Company Open Private Driving Championship Qualifier. The Champion will qualify for the Grand Final to be held on Sunday 9th September 2018 at the Wellington Riding Centre, Heckfield, Hook, Hampshire RG27 0LJ. In the event that the Champion has already qualified then the Reserve Champion qualifies. If the Reserve has also qualified, the rosette to be awarded back to the Champion. Once qualified, the horse, whip and vehicle may not be changed. HS109 SPECIAL PRIZE £5 for the best turnout drawn by a registered Welsh Cob in class H245. HS110 BEST NOVICE TURNOUT - The Malvern Hills District Driving Group Perpetual Trophy (165).

First Prize Winners NOT eligible.

H246 Hackney Harness Pony. Open to a single Hackney pony, four years old and over, to be driven to a show wagon or Viceroy. H247 Hackney Harness Horse. Open to a single Hackney Horse, four years old and over, to be driven to a show wagon or Viceroy. HS111 CHAMPION HACKNEY DRIVING - Open To 1st & 2nd Prize Winners in classes H246 & H247. T.C.A.S. Rosettes for Champion and Reserve. This is A qualifying competition for the Hackney Horse and Hackney Pony of the Year Championship 2018. At each of the qualifying shows the first and second in the qualifying classes will go forward to the Championship. If one or both of these has already qualified, the third prize winner will qualify.

H248 Concours D’Elegance. Open to singles, pairs and tandems to traditional vehicles only (excluding show wagons or trade). To be judged from a distance for the most elegant and stylish overall impression. No close inspection will be required. Fancy dress or period costume is prohibited. H249 SportingConcours. Opentosingles,pairsandtandemstomodernsportutilityvehicles (excluding traditional, show wagons or trade). To be judged from a distance for the most stylish and appealing overall impression. No close inspection will be required. Fancy dress or period costume is prohibited.

HS112 CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE - the Richard Brereton Trophy (128), for the most elegant turnout.

T.C.A.S. RosettefortheWinnerandReserve,andforallotherentriesforward. HS113 SPORTING CONCOURS - The Belinda James Trophy, for the most stylish turnout. TCAS Rosette for the Winner and Reserve, and for all other entries forward. H250 Debutante Traditional Carriage Driving. Open to newcomers to Traditional Carriage Driving and for equines 4 years old and over to be driven to a traditional type vehicle including coachman driven and trade (Exercise vehicles, Show wagons are NOT eligible). Thisclass welcomescompetitorswhoalthoughmaybeexperiencedwinners in exercise vehicle classes but are new to Private Driving.

Eligible competitors must be newcomers in their first two seasons of Private Driving. This applies to the driver only. To be judged on correctness and proficiency of turnout.

69 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H251 Essence of Attelage. For equines 4 years old and over to be driven to a traditional carriageincludingcoachmandrivenandtrade(exercisevehiclesandshowwagons). ThisclassoffersaflavouroftheAIATTraditionalCarriageDrivingCompetitors(Attel age deTradition) and will be judged individually and scored over three sections including a standing presentation (horse, harness, carriage, driver and way of going), 2 driving challenges (drinking glass and one handed circle) and a short series of cones. HEAVY HORSES For your information Heavy Horse Exhibitors who require a stable will be stabled in the Heavy Horse Village which is located adjacent to the Coach Park, to create a “public friendly” feature.

Please refer to page 8 for entry fees. Stabling fees will be refunded to entries forward on the day. PLEASE NOTE: Grants will be awarded on the recommendation of the Judge. Grants may be withheld if the entry does not possess sufficient merit.

BRITISH RIDDEN HEAVY HORSE OF THE YEAR REGULATIONS This class is run in accordance with the British Ridden Heavy Horse Society however the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rule book will take precedence, a copy of which can be downloaded from www.hoys.co.uk. This is a Horse of the Year Show Qualifier, all data given upon entry of this class is provided to Grandstand Media Limited and stored on the Grandstand Entries System. For full policy details please visit www.grandstandentries.com. This class is open to purebred stallions, mares or geldings, 4 years old or over, that are registered in the main British Stud Books of the Shire, Clydesdale, Suffolk or Percheron Horse Societies, to be ridden.

Partbreds are not eligible. (For Clydesdales horses, they are to hold a Clydesdale Horse Society passport with full pedigree details, stallions and mares are to appear in the main section of the Clydesdale Horse stud book and geldings are to have appeared as produce of their dam). All Riders and Owners must be Members of either the Shire Horse Society, The Clydesdale Horse Society, The Suffolk Horse Society or British Percheron Horse Society. QUALIFIERS and AWARDS HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW, NEC, Birmingham, 3rd - 7th October 2018. Only one exhibit may qualify per class. The highest placed Heavy Horse, not already qualified, from the first five horses will qualify.

Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office.

JUDGES: Mrs C Grover, Eye, Suffolk (Conformation) Ms T Southern, Matlock, Derbyshire (Ride) H252 British Ridden Heavy Horse of the Year - Horse of the Year Show Qualifier. Purebred Stallions, mares or geldings, 4 years old or over. Horses will be required to gallop. Riders of stallions must have obtained their 16th birthday before the 1st January of the current year. SHIRE HORSE BREED SPONSORED BY JOHNSTON OILS LTD REGULATIONS Only horses of the Shire Horse Breed which are registered in the Shire Horse Stud Book or Grading register (except Geldings) are eligible to compete in these classes.

All persons entering, competing or exhibiting an animal in these classes covered by the Shire Horse Society, to which the Society is affiliated, shall be deemed to have consented to the jurisdiction of the Shire Horse Society and be subject to its constitution and rules (including and disciplinary procedures) in so far as they are applicable to the Shire Horse classes.

JUDGE: Mrs C Grover, Eye, Suffolk.

70 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H253 Barren mare, 3 years old or over. H254 Brood mare, 3 years old or over. H255 Foal - Born in 2018. PRIZE MONEY: 1st £10, 2nd £7, 3rd £4, 4th £2. H256 Gelding, 3 years old or over. H257 2 Year Old Colt, Filly or Gelding, born in 2016. H258 Yearling Colt, Filly or Gelding, born in 2017. HS114 BEST MARE OR FILLY - Silver Spoon, offered by the Shire Horse Society, subject to the Society’s conditions of award (Stud book and Grade ‘B’ animals only).

HS115 SUPREME CHAMPION - open to 1st & 2nd prize winners in classes H253-H258. The Gloucestershire AS Cup (61), presented in the memory of the late Herbert Whiteley of Primley, Paignton.

ANY OTHER HEAVY HORSE BREED JUDGE: Mrs C Grover, Eye, Suffolk. H259 Heavy Horse any Breed, any age. HS116 SPECIAL ROSETTE offered by the British Percheron Horse Society to the best registered Pure Bred Percheron Horse. HEAVY HORSE CART HARNESS JUDGE: Mrs C Grover, Eye, Suffolk. H260 Best Turned-Out Heavy Horse in Working Cart Harness. To be judged 25% for horse, 75% for harness. GRANT of £50 for each exhibitor forward in addition to prize money. H261 Best Turned-Out Heavy Horse in Decorated Harness. To be judged 25% for horse, 75% for harness. GRANT of £50 for each exhibitor forward in addition to prize money.

HEAVY HORSE TURNOUTS PLEASE NOTE the following classes may be subject to a restriction of entries due to a lack of room available.

JUDGE: Mrs C Grover, Eye, Suffolk. H262 Single Heavy Horse Agricultural Turnout. PRIZE MONEY: 1st £50, 2nd £30, 3rd £20, 4th £10, 5th £10. GRANT of £150 for each exhibitor forward in addition to prize money. H263 Single Heavy Horse Trade Turnout. PRIZE MONEY: 1st £50, 2nd £30, 3rd £20, 4th £10, 5th £10. GRANT of £150 for each exhibitor forward in addition to prize money. H264 Pairs, Heavy Horse Agricultural Turnout. (No high seats or springs.) PRIZE MONEY: 1st £50, 2nd £30, 3rd £20, 4th £10, 5th £10. GRANT of £190 for each exhibitor forward, in addition to prize money H265 Pairs, Heavy Horse Trade Turnout.

PRIZE MONEY: 1st £50, 2nd £30, 3rd £20, 4th £10, 5th £10. GRANT of £190 for each exhibitor forward, in addition to prize money. H266 Team of Three, Four or Six Horses, Heavy Horse Trade or Agricultural Turnouts. PRIZE MONEY: 1st £50, 2nd £30, 3rd £20, 4th £10, 5th £10. GRANT of £225 for each exhibitor forward in addition to prize money. HS117 A SPECIAL PRIZE of £50 and the O H Eeles Perpetual Trophy (116), to the Best Single, Pair or Team of Horses, exhibited in Classes H262-H266

71 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online BRITISH SHOWJUMPING OFFICIALS Chief Horse Steward: Miss E Coates Steward of Show Jumping: Mrs G Walker Course Builder: Mr S Williams In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld.

Rule - 76.6. FRIDAY 15TH JUNE: H267 EQUITOP MYOPLAST SENIOR FOXHUNTER 1ST ROUND/1.20M OPEN WORCESTER RING – 3.30PM Table Single Phase. Speed 350mpm. Start height 1.15m. Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. a) For Horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 700 points. Four Double Clears will qualify - in accordance with Rule 310.6.

b) For all horses born on or after 1st January 2011, irrespective of Points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of seven years or under in the same calendar year as the Foxhunter Final in accordance with Rule 310.6. Limited to 40 entrants. PRIZE MONEY: 1st- £100, 2nd - £75, 3rd - £50, 4th - £30, 5th - £25, 6th - £20. ENTRY FEE: £20 H268 THE AVON NATIONAL 1.30M OPEN WORCESTER RING – TO FOLLOW Rule 306. Table A7. Speed 375mpm. Start height 1.30m. Open to registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Limited to 40 entrants.

Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify for the British Showjumping National Championships PRIZE MONEY: 1st - £150, 2nd - £100, 3rd - £80, 4th - £60, 5th - £35, 6th - £25. ENTRY FEE: £22 H269 TWO-FENCE CHALLENGE MAIN RING – 12.45PM Rule 285. Speed 350mpm. Start height 1.25m. Drawn order. For registered horses, ridden by Adult, Associate and Junior Members. Competitors may only ride one horse.

PRIZE MONEY: 1st - £400, 2nd - £300, 3rd - £225, 4th - £140, 5th - £85, 6th - £50. ENTRY FEE: £30 SATURDAY 16TH JUNE: H270 THE MALVERN 1.25 M OPEN WORCESTER RING – 3.30PM Table A4. Speed 350mpm. Start height 1.25m. Drawn order. For registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Limited to 40 entrants. PRIZE MONEY: 1st - £150, 2nd - £100, 3rd - £80, 4th - £60, 5th - £35, 6th - £25. ENTRY FEE: £22

72 Horse and Pony Entries close: 24th April 2018 by post, 8th May 2018 online H271 NATIONAL 1.30M OPEN WORCESTER RING – TO FOLLOW Rule 306.

Table Single Phase. Speed 375mm. Start height 1.30m. Open to registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Limited to 40 entrants. Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify for the British Showjumping National Championships. PRIZE MONEY: 1st - £300, 2nd - £220, 3rd - £150, 4th - £100, 5th - £80, 6th - £50. ENTRY FEE: £30 H272 SIX BAR SHOW JUMPING COMPETITION MAIN RING – 1.35PM Rule 279. Time limit 2 minutes. Start height 1.25m. Drawn order. For registered horses, ridden by Adult, Associate and Junior Members. Competitors may only ride one horse.

PRIZE MONEY: 1st - £400, 2nd - £300, 3rd - £225, 4th - £140, 5th - £85, 6th - £50. ENTRY FEE: £30 SUNDAY 17TH JUNE: H273 1.05m OPEN WORCESTER RING - 2.00PM Table A7. Speed 325mpm. Start height 1.05m. For registered horses, ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Limited to 40 entrants. PRIZE MONEY: 1st - £50, 2nd - £30, 3rd - £25, 4th - £20, 5th - £15, 6th - £15. ENTRY FEE: £15 H274 CONNOLLY’S RED MILLS SENIOR NEWCOMERS 1ST ROUND/1.10M OPEN WORCESTER RING – TO FOLLOW Rule 312. Table Single Phase. Speed 325mpm. Start height 1.10m. Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members.

a) For Horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 375 points. Four Double Clears will qualify - in accordance with Rule 312.6.

b) For all horses born on or after 1st January 2012, irrespective of Points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of six years or under in the same calendar year as the Newcomers Final - in accordance with Rule 312.6. Limited to 40 entrants. PRIZE MONEY: 1st - £50, 2nd - £30, 3rd - £25, 4th - £20, 5th - £15, 6th - £15. ENTRY FEE: £15 H275 THE 1.15M OPEN WORCESTER RING – TO FOLLOW Table A7. Speed 350mpm. Start height 1.15m. For registered horses, ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Limited to 40 entrants.

PRIZE MONEY: 1st - £50, 2nd - £30, 3rd - £25, 4th - £20, 5th - £15, 6th - £15.

ENTRY FEE: £15

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