Equine schedule - Spring Bank Holiday Monday
Equine schedule - Spring Bank Holiday Monday
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Page 3 Contents Page Important notes for competitors 4 Rules and regulations 4 Affiliations 8 Qualifiers 9 Provisional timetables 16 Entry fees and prize money 16 2019 judges 17 Class no’s. Ridden hunters 18 1 - 4 Ridden cobs 20 5 - 7 Best shod competition 21 (5 - 7) RoR and Tattersalls Ridden Show Series 21 8 Skewbald and piebald (ridden) 22 9 - 12 Skewbald and piebald (in-hand) 22 13 - 14 Mountain and moorland WHP 23 15 - 17 Mountain and moorland ridden 24 18 - 23 Ridden veterans 25 24 - 26 Mountain and moorland in-hand 27 27 - 36 Side saddle Costume Concours d’Elegance 29 37 Showjumping 30 50 - 52 Donkeys 31 60 - 66 Entries close: Showing - April 22nd 2019 Showjumping - May 23rd 2019 Please note that changes may occur following the printing of this schedule.
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Page 4 Important entry notes for competitors – please read carefully A maximum of 3 entry tickets per horse will be allocated. Additional tickets can be purchased upon submitting your entries. If you are a member you will receive an additional member ticket. One horsebox pass will be allocated per entry form. If you require extra horsebox passes or competitor car passes, please specify this on your entry form.
Prizes All prize winners will be awarded a prize voucher by the Steward. This can be either cashed on the day at The Bank (adjacent to the Show Office) or sent to the show office in Bramley for a BACS transfer. Please ensure your account details are written clearly on the voucher. Vouchers must be redeemed by 31st July 2019.
Join the Surrey County Agricultural Society and save money on your entries. Please download your membership application form from our website at www.surreycountyshow.co.uk, or call us on 01483 890810. To enter classes at members rates, new members must pay their subscription for the current year in advance. There are membership discounts for those who pay their subscriptions by annual or monthly direct debit – please contact the show office for a direct debit form and options. Annual membership rates (non direct debit): Member by email £45.00pa or by post £50.00pa Vice-president by email £70.00pa or by post £75.00pa General rules and regulations These rules apply equally to competitors and exhibitors, to owners and/or those responsible for a competitor or exhibitor.
1. Where relevant, all owners and riders should be a member of their respective breed or showing Society. Horse and pony classes will be judged according to their respective Society, Association or discipline rules.
Page 5 2. Stallions must be wearing a bridle disc and/or tail ribbons to clearly identify them as a stallion at all times. No member shall allow a stallion for which he/she is responsible as owner, lessee, authorized agent or ride to compete or be prepared to compete in any competition without taking adequate precautions to ensure that other members of the public are not put at risk of injury.
3. Refunds are not permitted unless a veterinary certificate can be provided showing proof of injury or illness for the animal entered. In this instance, refunds will be given for the entry fee minus the RIHS levy of £9.50. No refunds of entry loss will be made if the show has to be cancelled for any reason beyond the control of the Society. 4. The Society reserves the right to cancel any breed/type section with three or less exhibitors, and to amalgamate or cancel classes where necessary. In the event of a class having to be cancelled, the entry fees will be returned minus the RIHS levy.
5. Any competitor intending to object to any exhibit must notify the Show Secretary in writing within one hour of the class having been judged with a deposit of £25.00, which will be returned if the protest is sustained, but if in the opinion of the Executive Committee the objection is unreasonable, the deposit will be forfeited. The decision of the Executive Committee shall be final and binding to all parties. 6. Riders ages will be taken as on the date of the show, except where stated otherwise. In classes run under NPS Rules the ages of riders and handlers are all taken as at 1st January of the current year.
7. Please specify where possible whether you/your horse can be categorized as; novice, amateur, home produced or young rider. 8. A judge’s decision shall be final.
9. Neither the Society nor any of its officers or servants will be responsible for anything that may happen to exhibitors, their servants or any other person, or their respective property or animals, or to any exhibit at the show, and it shall be considered a condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the Society blameless and that he shall be considered to
Page 6 indemnify the Society against any legal proceedings, claims or demands in respect thereof. 10. Exhibitors acknowledge that they are taking part in a risk sport and agree to having achieved a level of competency.
In addition, they agree that they understand it is their responsibility to insure their property, animals and livestock whilst on the Showground and hold full public liability insurance. 11. The use of doping substances and controlled medication substances in equines competing at the Show will not be tolerated. Competitors should refer to the equine anti-doping and controlled medication rules issued by their governing body or society. Equine anti-doping and controlled medication testing may be carried out at the Show. 12. If any member, competitor or exhibitor violates any of the rules or regulations, they will forfeit any prize or prizes to which they may be entitled and, if a member, be subjected to expulsion from the Society.
13. Any dispute or doubt arising on any questions connected with the Society shall be referred to the Show Secretary in the first instance, who may refer the matter to the Society’s Chairman of Council or Chairman of the Horse Committee as appropriate.
14. Pregnant equines where 90% or more of the gestation period has elapsed may not be transported to the show. 15. In classes where there is a height restriction, entries may be measured on the ground, unless an Official Measurement Certificate is produced. 16. All those entering the rings with equines must be properly dressed i.e. wearing suitable hats, jackets and their exhibit number where applicable. 17. Anyone riding an equine on the showground must wear a hat of a standard approved by the governing body of their respective breed society, association or discipline and under whose rules they are exhibiting and competing.
18. All equines should be accompanied by their approved DEFRA passport. Horses must have been vaccinated to comply with the requirements
Page 7 of the primary course (1st vaccination and then 2nd vaccination between 21 - 92 days later), followed by the first booster (150 - 215 days) and all subsequent boosters. Horses may compete having received the primary course and prior to the first booster but not within 7 days of receiving a vaccine dose. Horses must have been vaccinated within 6 months before the show but not less than 7 days of arriving at the show.
19. No animals, other than that named and described in the catalogue can be exhibited at the Show, and substitutions can only be taken up to Wednesday 22nd May 2019, with notification in writing to the Show Office. This is with exception of the show jumping classes where special rules apply.
20. The Society reserves the right to alter the timetable of classes publicised at short notice if deemed necessary. 21. The Surrey County Agricultural Society shall have power to interpret these rules and the regulations above mentioned if there should be any ambiguity or difference of opinion concerning the purport or intention of any rule or regulation. The Society shall have power to deal with any matter not provided for in these rules. A full copy of the articles of association of the society may be obtained from the secretary on request.
22. The Surrey County Agricultural Society has taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present at the show.
Animals, however, can sometimes be unpredictable. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid or prevent accidents occurring and must act upon the instructions of officials and stewards. Privacy. Surrey County Agricultural Society will require you to provide certain personal information. We will store this information in an encrypted database and use it to notify you of future events and membership renewals. Your name will also be published in the Show Guide for the Surrey County Show and personal details will be passed on to your relevant Breed Society to notify them of results.
Should you not wish us to use your information in this way, please email firstname.lastname@example.org stating exactly which element(s) you wish to opt out of.
Page 8 Affiliations British Showjumping Classes 50 - 52 (showjumping) Ponies Association (UK) (no. 18/A18/8154) Classes 1 - 4 (hunters), 5 - 7 (cobs), 15 - 17 (M & M WHP), 18 - 23 (M & M ridden), 27 - 36 (M & M in-hand), 9 - 12 (skewbald/piebald ridden) and 13 - 14 (skewbald/piebald in-hand) Sports Horse Breeding (GB) Classes 1 - 4 (hunters) Irish Draught Horse Society of GB Classes 1 - 4 (hunters) and 5 - 7 (cobs) British Show Horse Association Classes 5 - 7 (cobs) Retraining of Racehorses Class 8 (The RoR and Tattersalls Thoroughbred Ridden Show Horse) The Side Saddle Association Class 37 (Side Saddle Costume Concours d’Elegance) British Skewbald and Piebald Association Classes 9 - 12 and 13 - 14 (skewbalds and piebalds) National Pony Society (NPS S20.103) 18 - 23 (M & M ridden) and 27 - 36 (M & M in-hand) The Showing Register 1 - 37 The Veteran Horse Society 24 - 26 (ridden veteran) Worshipful Company of Farriers Classes 5 - 7 (cobs) Mountain and moorland: National Welsh Championships
Page 9 Welsh Pony and Cob Society (WPCS) Dartmoor Pony Society (DPS) Exmoor Pony Society (EPS) British Connemara Pony Society (BCPS) New Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society (NFPBCS) Dales Pony Society (Dales PS) Fell Pony Society (FPS) Highland Pony Society (HPS) The Shetland Pony Stud-Book Society (SPSBS) Qualifiers: BHS Royal International Horse Show (RIHS) qualifiers (£9.50 levy per entry applies) SHB (GB) rules: Classes 2 - 4 are qualifiers for the 2019 RIHS and only horses registered on the Show Hunter Register are eligible to enter. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry forms and owners and riders must be members of the Society.
The two highest placed horses in each class will qualify to enter at the RIHS. No horse lower than second in its class will qualify. It is strongly recommended that competitors aged 18 or over wear correctly secured Skull Caps/Riding Hats that meet one of the following current safety standards: All PAS015, VG1, (BS) EN 1384 2017, ASTM F1163 04a onwards, SNELL E2001, SNELL E2016, AS/NZS 38382003 onwards and it is mandatory for competitors under the age of 18 to wear such skull caps or hats.
Day Ticket = £36 (this entitles competitors to compete at a maximum of 2 show’s in the year at £36 per show – 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. Competitors qualifying at this show for the BHS Royal International Horse Show 23 - 28 July 2019 must submit their entries online within 48 hours of qualifyng http://www.hickstead.co.uk/entries-and-results/longines-fei- jumping-nations-cup-of-great-britain-at-the-royal-international-horse-show/ Classes: 2 - 4 (Ridden hunters).
BSHA rules: Horses must be registered with the Association and all Owners,
Page 10 Exhibitors and Riders must be Association Members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on the entry form. Classes 5 - 7 are qualifiers for the Royal International Horse Show. The first prize winner will qualify to compete at the final. If already qualified the second will qualify. If the first and second are already qualified then the third will go forward. The three highest placed prize winners in each Open Affiliated class will qualify to compete in the BSHA Classic Supreme classes at the National Championship Show September 2019.
The BSHA offer a Novice, Young Rider and Amateur rosette in each Open class and a Champion rosette for each section. The Association will also award an Amateur Home Produced rosette in each Open Cob (Lightweight and Heavyweight) class. These rosettes have been kindly sponsored by TSG, Mr L Turley. The awards will go down the line and there is no limit to how many of these rosettes can be claimed in a year.
Classes: 5 - 7 (Ridden cobs) BPSA rules: These classes are affiliated to the BSPA and are qualifiers for the RIHS, Tuesday 23rd July 2019. Classes will be judged under BSPA rules (www.bspaonline.com). All horses/ponies must be registered and all owners and riders BSPA members prior to the Show. Rider age is 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 pony classes. Ponies 153cm or under (Shetlands exempt) must possess a current JMB height certificate.
Competitors qualifying at this show for the Royal International Horse Show 23rd – 28th July 2019 must submit their entries by recorded delivery post with full payment within 48 hours of qualifying to The Showing Secretary, All England Jumping Course, Hickstead, West Sussex, RH17 5NU. Schedules and entry forms can be downloaded at www. hickstead.co.uk. All stallions must be graded and licensed by BSPA and have a BSPA stallion ID card and wear a 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 2019 membership of BSPA and a RIHS qualification card.
Memberships/horse registrations must be in place before you enter classes. 1st place and the next unqualified competitor standing 2nd or 3rd qualify from each class. No competitor may qualify from lower than 3rd place. The highest placed amateur and highest placed junior
Page 11 in each class qualify for Amateur and Junior Supreme Championship Finals to be held at BSPA World of Colour Championship Show 2019 at the College EC, Keysoe, Bedfordshire. Cards to be shown and qualification card signed. All Champion and Reserve Champion winners qualify for the BSPA Star Championships at the World of Colour Championships. Failure to comply with these rules will mean disqualification. Classes: 9 - 12 (Ridden skewbald and piebald). Other qualifiers Blue Chip and Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) £2,000 Challenge. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) from each of the following classes 1 - 4 (hunters) and 5 - 7 (cobs) 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 17th - 18th August 2019 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 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.
Classes: 1 - 4 (Ridden hunters), 5 - 7 (Ridden cobs).
World Championship of Colour 2019. BSPA classes are open to skewbald and piebald horses and ponies only. Open to members and non members. These classes are affiliated to the British Skewbald and Piebald Association and are qualifiers for the World Championships of Colour National Championship Show. All classes will be judged within the rules and criteria of the BSPA.
Page 12 Copies of the rulebook and membership/horse registration/overstamping forms can be obtained from the show office (01354 638226) or downloaded from www.bspaonline.com. All stallions 4 years and over must be graded, licensed and registered with BSPA in order to compete, must carry into the ring their BSPA showing ID card and must wear their 2019 BSPA bridle disc.
In order to qualify all owners, handlers and riders must be members of the BSPA and all horses/ponies registered with the BSPA prior to the show. BSPA qualification cards must be produced in the ring and be signed by the judge, otherwise qualification is invalid. The highest placed amateur and highest placed junior in each class qualify for amateur and junior Supreme Championship finals to be held at BSPA World of Colour Championship Show in September 2019, The College EC, Keysoe, Bedfordshire. Amateur and junior cards must be shown and the qualification card signed. Qualifications 1st to 3rd in all classes, or 1st to 4th for classes exceeding 10 forward.
Classes: 13 - 14 (in-hand skewbald and piebald).
Ponies (UK) Summer Classic 2019 The Ponies (UK) Open Hunter Gold Medal Series. Classes 2 - 4 (Ridden hunters) The Ponies (UK) Amateur Rider Hunter/Cob Type Gold Medal Series. Classes 1 - 4 (Ridden hunters), 5 - 7 (Ridden cobs) The Ponies (UK) Ridden Cob Gold Medal Series. Classes 5 - 7 (Ridden cobs). The Ponies (UK) Ridden Piebald/Skewbald Horse/Pony Gold Medal Series. Classes 9 - 12 (Ridden skewbald and piebald) The Ponies (UK) Amateur Riders Ridden Coloured Horse/Pony Gold Medal Series. Classes 9 - 12 (Ridden skewbald and piebald) The Ponies (UK) In hand Piebald/Skewbald Horse/Pony Gold Medal series.
Classes 13 - 14 (in-hand piebald/skewbald) The Ponies (UK) M & M Ridden Pony Gold Medal series. Classes 18 - 19 (M & M open ridden) The Ponies (UK) Novice Ridden M & M Pony. Class 20 (M & M novice ridden) The Ponies (UK) Young Riders ridden M & M Qualifier. Classes 21 - 22 (M & M young riders) The Ponies (UK) Amateur Riders Ridden M & M Qualifier. Class 23 (M & M amateur rider) The Ponies (UK) M&M WHP Gold Medal series. Classes 15 - 17 (M & M WHP) The Ponies (UK) M & M Gold Medal Series. Classes 27 - 36 (M & M in-hand) The 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed competitors will qualify for the Gold Medal
Page 13 Series at the Ponies (UK) Summer Classic 2019, Equifest 2019 and BSPA 2019. No membership is required to enter or compete in any Championship Final. NPS Qualifying Rounds. These classes are judged under the Rules of the NPS. Ponies must be registered in the main body of their respective Mountain and Moorland Stud Books. Part breds are not eligible for Mountain and Moorland Classes. Qualifying rounds are open to ponies owned by NPS members and non-members but only ponies owned by adult NPS Qualifying or Life members are eligible to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Summer Championship Show at Malvern from 6th - 8th August 2019.
The highest placed pony, if owned by an NPS member, in each class will qualify for the final. Qualification may pass down to third place if the first and second ponies are already qualified.
Classes 18 - 19 (M & M open ridden) and 27 - 36 (M & M in-hand). NPS Silver Medal Rosette Championships. These classes are judged under the Rules of the NPS. NPS Silver Medal Rosettes are only awarded when the owner of the champion pony is a Qualifying or Life member of the NPS. 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 the steward. If the owner of the Champion pony is not a member, or the owner’s membership card is not immediately produced, 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 (third). Foals are not eligible for Silver Medal Championships. Qualifiers are entitled to compete in the final of the Silver Medal Rosette Championship to be held at the NPS Summer Championship Show 6th - 8th August 2019.
Classes 18 - 19 (M & M open ridden), 27 - 36 (M & M in-hand). The RoR Tattersall’s Thoroughbred Ridden Show Series Qualifier 2019. The first THREE go forward to the championship at the Hickstead Derby Meeting on 23rd June 2019. All entries MUST be registered with the RoR and include their current competition registration number on entry form and have raced in GB. All those entering horses and/or participating in the show agree to be
Page 14 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 Veteran Horse Society – Area Qualifier 2019. First round qualifier for the Veteran Horse Society Supreme Final: VETERAN HORSE OF THE YEAR 2019. Kindly sponsored by Allen & Page.
Open to members and non-members. All competitors and grooms must adhere to the VHS rules in all circumstances. Failure to do so may result in immediate disqualification. VHS Regional Final Qualification. All competitors placed 1st - 4th in each Area Qualifier class will qualify for the corresponding class at VHS Regional Finals. Members must carry their card in the ring at all times and have their showing card signed by the judge as proof of qualification. Non-members will receive a red qualification card which can be exchanged for signed showing card when applying for VHS membership. It is the competitors responsibility to present their Showing card to the judge.
Regional finals are open to members only.
All competitors are eligible to enter open classes at the National Veteran Championships, 27th - 29th September 2019, Arena UK, Lincolnshire. No qualification or membership necessary. See VHS web site for schedule. For further information please visit the VHS website www.veteran-horse-society.co.uk or telephone the VHS Show Office on 01239 881300 or 07789 514004. TSR Showing Finals. This show is a qualifier for the 2019 TSR Showing Finals. Qualify and enter ANY of the finals - Central, East Anglia, North West, North East, South East, South, Wales and South West 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 Rider Finals: 1st and 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
Page 15 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 for a TSR Medal. See TSR website for details. Classes: 1 - 37 (all). National Welsh Brightwells Section A, B, C and D In-Hand Championships.
Held at the National Welsh Championship Show at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on the 4th August 2019. Both the champion and reserve champion Sections A, B, C and D will qualify for this Championship. In the event of either having previously qualified, then the qualification will pass to the 2nd reserve in the Championship. These are also qualifying classes for the National Welsh Sarum Investment Gelding Championship. Qualifying cards will go to the highest placed gelding in each class. Classes 31 and 34 (Welsh in-hand).
The National Welsh Brynseion Stud Ridden Section A, B, C & D Championships. To be held at the National Welsh Championship Show at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern on the 4th August 2019. The two highest placed ridden Welsh Section A, B, C and D ponies will qualify for this Championship. If either pony has previously qualified, then it can be awarded to the next eligible pony. Classes 18 - 19 (M & M open ridden). Exmoor Pony of The Year. The Exmoor Pony Society will award two pony of the year qualifiers - one to the highest placed adult and one to the highest placed gelding. Owner to be members of the Exmoor Pony Society.
Class 29 (Exmoor in-hand).
The Tam O'Shanter Breeding Championships. Held at the British Connemara Pony Society (BCPS) Annual Breed Show on Saturday 13th July 2019 at Vale View Equestrian Centre, Nottingham Lane, Old Dalby, Melton Mowbray, LE14 3LX. Qualifying cards will be awarded to the three highest placed yearlings, two-year-olds and three-year-olds, any sex, plus to the three highest placed 4 years old and over mares. Class 35 (Connemara in-hand).
Page 16 Provisional timetables These are estimated times only and are subject to change upon closure of entries. Grand arena 8.00am FG Barnes/Equitop Myoplast Senior Foxhunter 9.30am Savills County Stakes 11.00am Grand Prix Area Trial 3.05pm Side saddle costume concours d’elegance Ring 1 8.00am Ridden hunters 10.30am Ridden skewbald/piebald 1.00pm Ridden cobs 2.30pm In-hand skewbald and piebald 3.30pm The RoR Tattersall’s Ridden Show Series 4.30pm Ridden veterans Ring 2 8.00am M & M WHP 10.00am M & M ridden 3.00pm Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Welsh A/B and Highland and New Forest in-hand Ring 3 3.00pm Welsh C/D, Dales, Connemara, Fell in-hand and Championship.
Entry fees and prize money (all entry fees include VAT) Class Member Non-member 1 Novice hunter £17.50 £29.00 2 - 4 Ridden hunters* £27.00 £38.50 5 - 7 Ridden cobs* £27.00 £38.50 8 RoR Tattersall’s £17.50 £29.00 9 - 12 Ridden skewbald/piebald* £27.00 £38.50 13 - 14 In-hand skewbald/piebald £17.50 £29.00 15 - 17 M & M WHP £17.50 £29.00 18 - 23 M & M ridden £17.50 £29.00 24 - 26 Ridden veterans £17.50 £17.50 27 - 36 M & M in-hand £17.50 £29.00 37 Side saddle £17.50 £29.00 * This fee includes levy of £9.50 for qualification to RIHS.
Page 17 Prize money 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 1 Novice hunter £30 £25 £20 £15 £10 2 - 4 Ridden hunters £35 £30 £25 £20 £15 5 - 7 Ridden cobs £35 £30 £25 £20 £15 8 R o R £60 £40 £20 £10 - 9 - 12 Ridden skewbald/piebald £35 £30 £25 £20 £15 13 - 14 In-hand skewbald/piebald £25 £20 £15 £10 £5 15 - 17 M & M WHP £30 £25 £20 £15 £10 18 - 23 M & M ridden £30 £25 £20 £15 £10 24 - 26 Ridden veterans £25 £20 £15 - - 27 - 36 M & M in-hand £25 £20 £15 £10 £5 37 Side saddle £30 £25 £20 £15 £10 Entries close on the 22nd April 2019.
Showjumping Class Entry fee 50. FG Barnes/Equitop Myoplast Foxhunter £30.00 51. Savills County Stakes £45.00 52. Grand Prix Area Trial £65.00 Prize money 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 50. Foxhunter £200 £150 £100 £70 £50 £30 51. County Stakes £500 £350 £250 £150 £100 £60 £45 £45 52. GP Area Trial £1400 £1000 £700 £550 £300 £100 £80 £70 Entries close on the 23rd May 2019.
2019 judges Ridden hunters Mr Anthony Webber (ride) and The Hon Mrs Lucinda Cavendish (conformation) Ridden cobs Mrs Alycia Pritchard (ride) and Mrs Jennifer Williams (conformation) Best shod cob Mr Adrian Devereux AWCF
Page 18 Skewbald/piebald ridden Mrs Sam Judges Skewbald/piebald in-hand Mr Colin Peopall Side Saddle Mrs Joanna Gillespie M and M ridden Mrs J Loriston-Clarke (performance) and Miss J Custerson (conformation) M and M WHP Miss J Custerson Retrained racehorses Mrs Alycia Pritchard (ride) and Mrs Jennifer Williams (conformation) Ridden veterans Mrs Clare Cameron M and M in-hand: Welsh A, B, Highland and New Forest Mrs Barbara Evans Welsh C, D, Dales and Connemara Mrs Jane Etheridge Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor and Fell Miss J Paterson Championship Mrs J Loriston-Clarke Showjumping Joanna Gillespie, Sara Mould and Susan May Ridden hunters Judges: Mr Anthony Webber (ride) and The Hon Mrs Lucinda Cavendish (conformation) £40 to the Champion and £30 to the Reserve Champion.
The ‘Bernard Weatherill’ Perpetual Challenge Trophy for the Champion Ridden hunter.
Affiliations: Ponies (UK) SHB (GB) IDHS (GB) TSR Qualifiers: RIHS Qualifier (SHB(GB) 2019 Rules)) (page 9) Blue Chip and IDHS (GB) £2,000 Challenge (page 11) Ponies (UK) Amateur Riders Hunter Gold Medal Series (page 12)
Page 19 Ponies (UK) Open Hunter Gold Medal Series (page 12) TSR Showing Finals (page 14) All exhibits in the Ridden hunter classes must be registered with SHB (GB). The Ridden hunter classes will be judged under SHB (GB) 2019 rules. Day Ticket = £36 (this entitles competitors to compete at a maximum of 2 show’s in the year at £36 per show – 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.
1. Novice hunter, mare or gelding, any weight, 4 years or over, not having won a prize of £60 or a total of £200 (or equivalent values) in prize money in any SHB (GB) affiliated Ridden hunter classes at home or abroad, before 1st January 2019, excepting all prize money awarded as a four-year-old. Owners and/or riders need to be SHB (GB) members and the horse needs to be on the SHB (GB) basic id. These horses will be ridden by the judge and it is the owner’s responsibility to ensure the horse is capable of being ridden by another rider. The John McInerney Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented to the winner.
The Polly Coles 4 and 5 year old Ridden Hunter Championship - the top three 4 or 5 year olds in the Novice Hunter class will qualify. Qualification will not pass down the line. At the final to be held at the National Hunter Supreme Championship Show the highest placed 4 and 5 year old will each receive £1000.
2. Lightweight hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying up to 79.5kgs (12 stone 7lbs). 3. Middleweight hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying 79.5kgs (12 stone 7lbs) to 89kgs (14 stone). 4. Heavyweight hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years old over, capable of carrying over 89kgs (14 stone).
Page 20 Ridden cobs Judges: Mrs Alycia Pritchard (ride) and Mrs Jennifer Williams (conformation) £40 to the Champion and £30 to the Reserve Champion. (Please note that Maxi cobs are not included in the Championship). The ‘Barratt-Stennett’ Perpetual Challenge Trophy awarded by the late Mr F Barratt-Stennett, and a rosette, given by the British Show Horse Association, for the Champion.
Affiliations: BSHA Ponies (UK) IDHS (GB) TSR. Qualifiers: RIHS (BSHA rules) (page 10) Blue Chip and IDHS (GB) £2,000 Challenge (page 11) BSHA National Championship Show (page 10) Ponies (UK) Ridden Cob Gold Medal Series (page 12) Ponies (UK) Amateur Riders Cob Type Gold Medal Series (page 12) TSR Showing Finals (page 14) The BSHA offer a Novice, Young Rider and Amateur and Home Produced rosette (lightweight and heavyweight) in each Open class and a Champion rosette.
5. Lightweight riding cob, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms (14.2hh) but not exceeding 155cms (15.1hh), capable of carrying up to 14 stone. 6. Heavyweight riding cob, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over exceeding 148cms (14.2hh) but not exceeding 155cms (15.1hh), capable of carrying more than 14 stone. 7. Maxi cob, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 155cms (15.1hh). This class is not included in the Championship.
Page 21 Best shod cob competition Judge: Mr Adrian Devereux AWCF £15.00 to winning farrier and £10.00 to the reserve.
A competition sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Farriers, for the Best Shod horse in the Cob section, classes 5 to 7. The WCF will award a rosette and an inscribed card to the winner in each class, a plaque to the overall winner and a plaque for the Registered Farrier responsible for its feet and shoeing. The judge will examine each horse before or during the line-up for preliminary judging, taking into consideration: a) Condition of the feet, b) The making (or preparation) and fitting of the shoes, c) Nailing and position of clips.
Please state on the entry form the name and address of your farrier. The RoR Tattersall’s Thoroughbred Ridden Show Series 2019 Judges: Mrs Alycia Pritchard (ride) and Mrs Jennifer Williams (conformation) Qualifiers: RoR Tattersalls Show Series Championship (page 13) TSR Showing Finals (page 14) Vouchers 1st (plus voucher for jacket) to 4th place. Veteran prize (15+) of a £25 voucher to be redeemed from RoR office and qualification for the Veteran final at Aintree. 8. The RoR Tattersall’s Thoroughbred Ridden Show Horse. Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, any height. Riders must be 15 years or over on the 1st January of the calendar year holding the classes.
Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, Pelham or simple double bridle with a plain cavasson noseband. Horses should be plaited.
Page 22 Ridden skewbald and piebald Judge: Mrs Sam Judges £40 to the Champion and £30 to the Reserve Champion. Affiliations: BSPA Ponies (UK) TSR Qualifiers: RIHS (BSPA Rules) (page 11) World Championship of Colour Summer Championships (page 11) Ponies (UK) Ridden Piebald/Skewbald Horse/Pony Gold Medal Series (page 12) Ponies (UK) Amateur Riders Ridden Coloured Horse/Pony Gold Medal Series (page 12) TSR Showing Finals (page 14). Please note: No leading rein permitted. 9. BPSA RIHS plaited pony, not exceeding 153cms (15.0hh). The judge will not ride.
10. BSPA RIHS plaited horse, exceeding 153cms (15.0hh).
The judge will ride. 11. BSPA RIHS traditional and native type pony, to be shown in their natural state or hogged cobs, not exceeding 153cms (15.0hh). The judge will not ride. 12. BSPA RIHS traditional and native type horse, to be shown in their natural state or hogged cobs, exceeding 153cms (15.0hh). The judge will ride. In-hand skewbald and piebald Judge: Mr Colin Peopall £40 to the Champion and £30 to the Reserve Champion. Affiliations: BSPA
Page 23 TSR. Qualifiers: World Championship of Colour Summer Championships (page 11) Ponies (UK) In-hand Piebald/Skewbald Horse/Pony Gold Medal Series (page 12) TSR Showing Finals (page 14) 13. BSPA Plaited pony or horse. Any age, height or sex. No foals. 14. BSPA Traditional, native or hogged pony or horse. Any age, any height or sex. No foals. Mountain and moorland working hunter pony Judge: Miss J Custerson £40 to the Champion and £30 to the Reserve Champion. Affiliations: Ponies (UK) TSR. Qualifiers: Ponies (UK) M & M WHP Gold Medal series (page 12) TSR Showing Finals (page 14) All ponies must be registered in their approved Pure Breed Society Stud Books.
Current membership cards to be produced in the ring. 15. Small. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 133cms (13.1hh), rider any age. Fence height minimum 65cms, maximum 80cms.
16. Medium. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 133cms (13.1hh), not exceeding 143cms (14.1hh), rider any age. Fence height minimum 75cms, maximum 90cms. 17. Large. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 143cms (14.1hh), rider any age. Fence height minimum 85cms, maximum 100cms.
Page 24 Mountain and moorland ridden Judges: Mrs J Loriston-Clarke (performance) and Miss J Custerson (conformation) £40 to the Champion and £30 to the Reserve Champion. Affiliations: NPS Ponies (UK) TSR. Qualifiers: Ponies (UK) M & M Ridden Pony Gold Medal Series (page 12) Ponies (UK) Novice Ridden M & M Pony Gold Medal Series (page 12) Ponies (UK) Young Riders Ridden M & M Gold Medal Series (page 12) Ponies (UK) Amateur Riders Ridden M & M Gold Medal Series (page 12) NPS Summer Championship Show (page 13) NPS/Ringside Stud Open Ridden National Championship (page 13) National Welsh Brynseion Stud Ridden Championship (page 15) TSR Showing Finals (page 14) Open to registered pure bred M & M stallions, mares and geldings four years old or over.
The NPS/Standing Hat Stud & Show Team Silver Medal Rosette is offered by the National Pony Society for the best registered pony owned by an NPS qualifying or Life members in the NPS affiliated M & M Ridden section (classes 18 – 19). Membership cards must be presented in the ring to receive the medal and/or the qualification. 18. NPS/Ringside Stud Open Ridden National Championship M & M small breeds open. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A or Welsh B. Rider any age. 19. NPS/Ringside Stud Open Ridden National Championship M & M large breeds open.
Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. Connemara, Dales, Fell, Highland, New Forest, Welsh C or Welsh D. Rider any age.
Page 25 M & M Open Championship for 1st and 2nd placed ponies in classes 18 and 19. 20. M & M novice. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. Not to have won a first prize of £10 or more in any open ridden M & M class at any show before 1st January 2019. Rider any age. Ponies must be shown in a snaffle bit. 21. M & M young riders small breeds. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. Rider not to have attained their 14th birthday before the 1st January 2019. 22. M & M young riders large breeds. Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. Rider not to have attained their 18th birthday before the 1st January 2019.
23. M & M amateur rider all breeds. Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over. Rider any age. Open to riders who for showing purposes have not engaged in a training programme for riders/horses/ponies, livery, buying/selling or dealing of horses/ponies as a means of deriving a source of income since 1st August 2017. Ridden veterans Judge: Mrs Clare Cameron £40 to the Champion and £30 to the Reserve Champion. Affiliations: VHS Qualifiers: Veteran Horse Society - Area Qualifier 2019 (page 14) TSR Showing Finals (page 14) 24. Diamond veteran ridden (25 years and over). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height.
25. Veteran ridden (20 - 24 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height.
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Page 27 26. Pre-veteran ridden (15 - 19 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height. Mountain and moorland in-hand Judges: Welsh A/B, Highland and New Forest Mrs Barbara Evans Welsh C/D, Dales and Connemara Mrs Jane Etheridge Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor and Fell Miss J Paterson Championship Mrs J Loriston-Clarke £40 to the Champion and £30 to the Reserve Champion. The winner from each class will go forward to the Championship. The ‘Driver’ Challenge Cup, awarded by Mr C R Driver to the Champion Mountain and Moorland pony.
All ponies must be registered or accepted for registration in their respective breed society stud books, and the registered number must be given on the entry form.
Classes may split into youngstock and 4 years and over if entries allow. Affiliations: NPS Ponies (UK) TSR. Qualifiers: NPS/Equestrian Marketplace M & M In-hand Summer Championship (page 13) NPS/Kilmannan Stud Silver Medal Championship (page 13) Ponies (UK) Gold Medal Series (page 12) National Welsh Millcroft Gelding Championship National Welsh Brightwells Section A, B, C & D In-Hand Championships (page 15) Tam O’Shanter Championship (page 15) Exmoor Pony of the Year (page 15) TSR Showing Finals (page 14)
Page 28 NPS/Equestrian Marketplace M & M In-hand Summer Championship. Open to pure bred registered M & M ponies in the main body of their studbook. Owners membership cards must be shown in the ring to receive qualification. Foals are not eligible. The NPS/Kilmannan Stud Silver Medal Rosette is offered by the National Pony Society for the best registered pony owned by an NPS Qualifying or Life member in the M & M in-hand section. The sponsors rosette is also awarded to the pony receiving the qualification. Membership cards must be presented in the ring to receive the medal and/or qualification.
Breed Societies will present a Special Rosette to the best in breed. Current membership cards to be produced in the ring (if issued by the breed society). 27. Shetland, any age, any sex.
The ‘Dewland’ Challenge Trophy awarded by Mr and Mrs D V M Howell, for the winning Shetland. Please note the following SPSBS affiliation rules: 1) This class is confined to SPSBS registered ponies. Ponies must be named on the entry form. Society rosettes must only be given to ponies registered with the Society or to foals eligible for registration. 2) Three year old fillies with foals at foot must not be shown. All foals must be a minimum of three weeks old on the day of the show. All entire males aged two years and over must display a stallion disc. 3) Children under 14 years old may not show colts (excluding foals) or entire males in this class.
In the interests of safety, hard hats must be worn by all handlers aged 14 years or under in in-hand classes. Exhibitors must not kneel but remain standing while in the ring. GEMS will present a rosette to the highest placed Miniature Shetland, owned by a member of GEMS. Members must wear their badges in the ring. 28. Dartmoor, any age, any sex.
29. Exmoor, any age, any sex. 30. Fell, any age, any sex. 31. Welsh section A/B, any age, any sex. 32. New Forest, any age, any sex.
Page 29 The ‘Ramblers’ Perpetual Challenge Trophy, awarded by Mr and Mrs Alan Roberts, for the winning New Forest pony. 33. Highland, any age, any sex. 34. Welsh section C/D, any age, any sex. 35. Connemara, any age, any sex. 36. Dales, any age, any sex. Side Saddle Costume Concours d’Elegance Judge: Mrs Joanna Gillespie The Surrey Union Perpetual Challenge Cup for the winner of this class. Competitors in this class are invited to parade with the Surrey Union Hunt hounds in the Grand Arena.
37. Side saddle costume concours d’elegance The sole criterian for this class is the elegance of the picture presented by horse/pony and rider and the way of going of the horse/pony. Safe tack must be used. Detailed inspection of the rider’s period costume is not required. Fancy dress is not permitted. Competitors are required to walk, trot and canter. No individual show is required, but the judge may ask small groups of 3 or 4 riders to give short displays. A special rosette will be awarded to the highest placed adult and junior members of the Side Saddle Association carrying their current Championship points card.
Juniors must wear hats to current safety standard or above for this class. Adult riders not wearing such hats do so at their own risk.
Competitors should produce a brief resume of their costume for the commentator.
Page 30 Showjumping Chairman of judges: Joanna Gillespie Judges: Sara Mould and Susan May Time judge: Peter Walker Course designer: Kelvin Bywater Assistant course builder: Tim Price Affiliations: British Showjumping Conditions: 1. Classes will be judged in accordance with the rules of British Show jumping. All horses entered in classes 50, 51 and 52 must be owned by members of British Showjumping, registered with British Showjumping and ridden by members in accordance with rule 79.
2. All 3 classes are drawn order and if a competitor has not presented their self to the collecting ring steward by the time they are due in the arena, they will not be able to compete in that class. 3. Unaccompanied competitors must provide the Show Organiser with a contact telephone number in case of an emergency. 4. Entries limited to 30 and no rider may ride more than two horses. 5. In the event of insufficient starters, lower prize money may be withheld in accordance with Rule 76.6.
50. FG Barnes Grade C Welcome Stakes incorporating Equitop Myoplast Senior Foxhunter – first round. To be judged in accordance with rule 310. Table two phase. Speed 350m per minute. Maximum height of fences 1.20m. 51. Savills County Stakes. Under Table A4. Speed 400m per minute. Max. height of fences 1.45m. The Mappin and Webb Perpetual Challenge Cup awarded to the winner of this class.
Page 31 52. Area Trial, Grand Prix. To be judged in accordance with Rule 293. For registered horses in Grades A and B. Table A9. Speed 375m per minute. Maximum height of fences 1.55m.
Qualifies for The Queen Elizabeth II Cup at the BHS Royal International Horse Show (top 20 riders on the area/international trials points list 1/4 - 30/9). 1st: 64 points, 2nd: 32 points, 3rd: 16 points, 4th: 8 points, 5th: 4 points, 6th: 2 points. Riders placed equal will share equally the total points attributable to the combined placings. Points are awarded to each rider as the result of his/her best six results on points in Area Trials held during the qualifying period. Visiting members are eligible to compete in Area Trial competitions, but will not be awarded points.
The Crusader Perpetual Challenge Cup to be awarded to the winner of this class. Donkeys Donkey rules and regulations 1. No person may deliberately enter or show a donkey under a judge who is known to have either owned, bred, leased, sold, produced or prepared that donkey. No donkey should be entered or shown under a judge who has owned, bred or leased the sire of that animal. The breeder is the mare’s owner. 2. Entering one donkey and exhibiting another is not permitted. Once judging has commenced, a donkey may or may not be led or ridden in or out of the ring without the permission of the judge.
3. No nomination entries are permitted. 4. DBS members must carry their DBS membership cards at all times when showing for production on request in order to receive DBS rosettes.
5. A judge will ask a competitor to leave the ring if either they or their donkey act in an improper manner. 6. Stallions and entire colts must be properly dressed in bridle and bit with the leading rein correctly attached to the bit. No person under the age of 17 may handle an entire donkey (foals excepted). No entire male donkey is allowed to compete in any children’s classes.
Page 32 7. Ridden classes: Donkeys entered must be four years old and over and must have a correctly fitting bridle and saddle. A child of 8 years and under may compete on a leading rein in any riding class.
When a child competes on a leading rein, the donkey must be led by a competent adult (18yrs and over) and leading reins must be attached to the noseband. All riders must wear an approved correctly fitting hard hat to conform to the current BSI standards. 8. Young handler classes: To be judged on the ability of the Young Handler and not on the conformation of the donkey. A Young Handler is one who has not attained their 16th birthday on the day of the Show. 9. Championships: The 1st and 2nd prize winners from each class to parade in the ring wearing the appropriate rosettes they have already won.
10. Classes will start at 1pm. Exhibitors will be supplied with a green vehicle pass. No one may enter the showground without an admission pass. Please display the vehicle pass in your windscreen. Only vehicles towing trailers and horseboxes may enter the donkey parking area. Additional cars should park in the White car park and you can apply for these passes on your entry form. Member Non-member Entry fee £9.00 £11.00 Prize money 1st 2nd 3rd £15.00 £10.00 £5.00 Entries close on the 22nd April 2019. Judge: Mrs Britt Evans This show is affiliated to the Donkey Breed Society and classes are judged under DBS rules.
The in-hand Champion Donkey at this show automatically qualifies for the relevant Championship at the DBS Annual Supreme Championship Show in August 2019, provided it is owned by a fully paid up member of the DBS. A donkey may win more than one Championship at shows but will qualify only once for the DBS Champion Show. Where the in-hand Champion Donkey
Page 33 has previously qualified, the Reserve Champion Donkey will be deemed the Qualifier. If the reserve champion has also previously qualified, the judge will select another donkey from the in-hand championship line up as the qualifier for the DBS Annual Supreme Championship Show.
The DBS will present rosettes for Best Local Donkey (please indicate by wearing a white armband), best gelding, best foal and young handler. 60. Best condition and turned out John and Rosemary Porter will award a Shield to the winner. 61. Stallion or gelding, 4 years old and over. 62. Mare, 4 years old or over or broodmares, 5 years old or over, with own foal at foot. (foals to be at least 6 weeks old on Show day). 63. Youngstock, any sex, yearling, two and three years old. 64. Miniature, any sex, any age.
65. Young handler. Handler not to have attained their 16th birthday on Show day. 66. Best ridden. Adult Championship for those placed 1st and 2nd in classes 61 and 62. Junior Championship for those placed 1st and 2nd in classes 65 and 66. The The Peppercorn Perpetual Challenge Trophy kindly offered by Mrs Rosemary Clarke, will be presented to the Junior Champion. The T J Hunt Perpetual Challenge Cup, offered by Mrs Ann Hunt to the Supreme Champion.
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