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SHOW SPONSORS The Canterbury A&P Association thanks the following organisations for their generous cash and product support. SUPREME CHAMPION SPONSORS GRAND CHAMPION SPONSORS CHAMPION SPONSORS GROUP RED RIBBON SPONSORS Accessman, ACTO Agriculture NZ Ltd, Allflex New Zealand Ltd, ANGUS New Zealand, Blue Star, BNZ Russley Partners Centre, Brand House New Zealand, Ecolab, Elanco, Elite Trailers & Floats Ltd, Ellesmere Agricultural Ltd, Ellesmere Transport Co Ltd, Essential Nutrition, Fahey Fence Hire, Frews Transport, Golden Shears, Honda Country, Interislander, Mainland Minerals, National Trade Academy Ltd, Outback Communications, Peek Exhibitions Ltd, Silver Fern Farms, Synlait, Westinghouse. BLUE RIBBON SPONSORS ASB Bank, Atlas Trailers, Bowron Sheepskins, Canterbury Sheep Exhibitors Club, Canterbury Standardbred Breeders, Carrfields Primary Wool, Corianders Indian Restaurant, Farmlands, Gordon Gilbert, ICS Manufacturing Ltd, Kelvyn & Jill Scott, Lamb & Hayward, NZ Corriedale Breed Society, NZ Merino Company, NZ Riding Pony Society, Okawa Herefords - Nick & Penny France, Pony Breeders of NZ, PS Farm Equestrian – Stephanie Bullock, Reefton Engineering, SGS Wool Testing Services, South Canterbury Saddlery, Yaldhurst Wools. ORANGE RIBBON SPONSORS Aakland Chemical, ANZCO, Apparel & Merchandising Solutions, Caithness Stud -Annabel Read, Canterbury & Districts Regional Appaloosa Club, Canterbury Branch of the National Beef Fund, Canterbury Saddlery, Canterbury Welsh Pony & Cob Group Inc, Charles Wiffen Wines, Christchurch Western Riding Association, D’arcy Palmer - Farmers for Farm Safety, Dairy Business Centre, DJ Webster Shearing, Drummond & Etheridge Ltd, ElGas New Zealand, Embryo Co Ltd, Finishing Touch, Five Star Beef Ltd, Flock Hill Station, FMG, George Climo, Glenmark Shearing, Grigg Family, Hatitude! Greg Watson Showing Canes and Whips, Helen Spencer-Bower, Independent Equipment Ltd, JB & M Philip Shearing Contractors, Lake Crichton Waterski Park, Lifestyle Worx, Lincoln Grain & Product Ltd, Mazline Partsworld, Moores Riding Wear, Moriarty Shearing Ltd, Murray Downs Murray Grey Stud, NC James, Nesbit Shearing Ltd, Ninja Gnome Farms Ltd (Australia), North Canterbury Vet Clinics, NZ Horse & Pony Magazine, NZ Pinto Horse Society, NZ Shetland Pony Breeders Society, Olivia Mitchell & Claudia Mehrtens, Otago Ultrasound Livestock Scanning, Permbrand, PGG Wrightson Rangiora, Price Shearing Ltd, Pullin Shearing Ltd, RD Petroleum, Ribbons & Rosettes, RJ Civil Construction, Rural Livestock Ltd, Samen NZ, Sarah Fitzgerald, Semex, Simon McLachlan Fencing, Statesman Engineering Ltd, Stonebridge Equestrian Show Ribbons – Nancye Jack, Striding Edge Horse Shoeing Ltd, Talbot Silver, TDM Events, The Flatmates Art Company, Ultimate Earthworks, VetEnt, William F Ashe Memorial Fund, World Wide Sires, Xcell Breeding Services Ltd, Zilco Products (NZ) Ltd. SUPPORTERS Avalon Llamas - Jacky & Ron Middleton, Belltrees Donkeys, Bev Hewson – Jubilee Welsh Pony Stud, Big Ears Llama Ranch - Keith Payne, Black & Coloured Sheep Breeders Association, Border Leicester Breed Committee, C. Fenton Contracting Ltd, Canterbury Branch of NZ Side Saddle Association, Cathy Davidson - Balmacaan Trakehners, Celia Warren-Shrimpton, Champenoise Llamas - Judy Webby, Cherie Pietzner, Chigwell Miniature Horse Stud - Karyn Bethell, Connemara Pony Society of NZ Inc., Davison Family, Donkey & Mule Society of NZ Inc., Donnbrae English Donkey, Emmet & Jan O’Sullivan, English Leicester Breed Committee, Fanfaire Enterprises Ltd, Glentunnel Garage, Gloriann Mullen - Wembleybrook Stud, Green Roots Organics – Katie Heenan, Hanmer Ilamas - Tony and Suzi Pearce, IDHS – Irish Draught Horse Society, Jackie Hill & family, Jane Ensor, Jason Carter, Ricoh (TDM), Kaikoura Llama Trekking, Katrina Gosney, Kirsonara Llama Farm - Stuart and Elizabeth Yuill Proctor, Langcliffe Llamas - Heather Duxbury, Limousin NZ, Mainfeeds, Maree Milliken -Kazmere Stud, Matt Collier, Mohair Pacific, Mohair Producers Canterbury Inc., Mrs GM Askin, Murray and Dawn Hartnell, Nicky Hutchinson, NZ Golden Horse Society Inc., NZ Gypsy Cob Assocation, NZ Hackney Society, NZ South Island Poultry Pigeon & Cage Bird Association Inc., NZ Standardbred Riding Association, NZLA, P. Newby - Hillcrest Highland Ponies, Partridge Family, Quality Presentations, Read Industrial Ltd, Rotherham Hotel, Sally Field- Dodgson, Smugglers Cove Donkeys, Springlea Miniature Horse Stud -Mrs V Hutton, Stoneleigh Alpaca Stud, Taralea Arabian Stud, the late E & J Gillman, the late Jill Gould, Tracey Rhodes -Woodlau Farm, Ubersnug Horsewear, Vet Life, Wacky Stays, Welsh Pony & Cob Society NZ, WH Gibson, YS Show Ponies - Sarah Cronin. MEDIA PARTNERS EVENT MANAGEMENT
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Cattle Section 42 Table of Contents Beef Cattle Section 44 Contents 2 Angus, Beef Shorthorn 44 Entry Closing Dates 4 Belgian Blue, Blonde d’Aquitaine, Charolais, Dexter 45 Exhibitor Concessions & Discounts 5 Galloway, Gelbvieh, Hereford 46 Showgrounds Layout 6 Highland, Limousin, Lowline, Murray Grey 47 Parking Instructions 7 Maine Anjou, Pinzgauer 48 Completion of Entry Forms, General Conditions 8 Piedmontese, Red Poll, Romagnola, Simmental 49 Vero Supreme Champion Animal of Show 10 South Devon, Santa Gertrudis, Speckled Park 50 Welsh Black 50 Horse & Pony Section 12 Beef Interbreeds, ANZ Beef All Breeds, Led Steer 51 Equestrian Timetable 16 In Hand & Ridden Horse Section 17 Royal A&P Event Dairy Cattle Section 52 In Hand All Breeds Supreme Award, In Hand Horse 17 Order of Judging 52 Ridden Stallions 17 Holstein Friesian 52 Warmbloods 17 Milking Shorthorn, Ayrshire 53 Andalusian 18 Jersey, Other Pure Dairy Breeds 54 In Hand Pony 18 Dairy All Breeds, Market Milk Cow 55 Connemara 19 Canterbury Youth Show 56 Welsh & Cob Ponies 19 Childrens’ Calf Classes 56 Shetland Ponies 20 Dairy Classes 56 Golden Horse 20 Beef Classes 56-57 Miniature Horse 21 Murray Grey Youth Exchange 57 Standardbred Horse 21 Sheep Classes 57 Donkey 22 Clydesdales 22 Alpaca Section 58 Arabian 23 Llama Section 63 Pinto 24 Gypsy Cob 24 Pig Section 65 Hackney & Harness Section 25 Sheep Section 66 Novice Horse Section 25 Sheep Interbreed/Champion/Group Awards 67 Novice Pony Section 26 Sheep All Breeds, Merino Section 67 NZ Riding Pony Society Melville Black Memorial 27 Halfbred, Corriedale 69 Hunter Section 27 Border Leicester, 70 Renown Challenge Cup 27 English Leicester Lincoln, Romney, 71 Elite Floats Open Hunter 27 Cheviot, Perendale, Borderdale, Southdown 72 Working Hunter, Pony Hunter 28 South Suffolk, Suffolk 73 Ballantynes Canterbury Cup 28 Oxford, Dorset Down, Hampshire 74 Saddle Cob Section 29 Ryeland, Dorset Horn, Poll Dorset 75 Side Saddle Section 29 Texel, Dorper, East Fresian 76 Best Pair & Rider Classes 30 Shropshire 77 Diana Rainey Memorial Section 30 Black & Coloured Sheep Section 77 Unity Cups Section 30 Nydfa Memorial Challenge Cups 31 Specialist 78 Branston Cup 31 Wool Section 78 Elizabeth Millear Cup 31 Goat Section 79 Unity Riding Challenge Cups 32 Paced & Mannered Horse Section 32 Poultry Section 81 Sport Horse Performance 32 Livestock Section Overall Display Award 82 Saddle Horse Open Section 33 Mighty Mix Dog Trial Section 82 Supreme Champion Saddle Horse 33 RICOH Trade Exhibitor of the Year 83 Supreme Champion Ridden All Breeds 34 Thoroughbred Show Horse Series 34 Shearing & Woolhandling Section 84 Saddle Pony Open Section 34 Vintage Machinery Section 84 Supreme Pony Championship 35 Heartland Bank Young Auctioneers Competition 84 Johnson Salver - Supreme Champion Paced & Mannered Pony 36 Mint Lamb Competition 85 Pony Breeders of NZ Ridden Classes 36 Dakins Ambassador of the Year 85 Leading Rein Pony 36 First Ridden Pony 37 European Native Breeds 37 ENTRY FORMS 87 Stock & Station Section 37 Western Section 38 ALL SCHEDULES & ENTRY FORMS ARE AVAILABLE Dressage Section 39 Showjumping Section 39 TO DOWNLOAD ON THE SHOW WEBSITE: Index 41 www.theshow.co.nz 2 www.theshow.co.nz
Welcome FROM THE PRESIDENT It’s that time of year Also, make sure you when entries officially keep an eye out for open for the 155th our Official Guide Canterbury A&P Show. later in the year – The Committee look this booklet has a forward to another great full entertainment Show in November. schedule and proves Our Show, the largest why the Show is A&P Show in New such great value for the whole family. There’s Zealand is a major part also plenty of food and refreshment outlets – of New Zealand Cup and Show Week. I invite from your typical Show fare – to more gourmet you all to be a part of the Show and help make offerings. it a great occasion. Again, we will have a huge turnout of Trade I have been exhibiting Dairy Cattle at the Exhibitors showcasing their businesses. These Canterbury A&P Show since leaving school forty are a great spectacle so please take the time to years ago, so I think it’s great that this year the have a good look around. Dairy Cattle Section will have Royal Event Status. If you are not already a member of Canterbury Hopefully this will encourage more entries which A&P Association, consider joining. There would be an excellent boost to our section. are some great benefits in being a member, It’s also an exciting prospect that we will have including discounts on your Show entries. If you three international judges for the dairy section – want to know more, get in touch with the office possibly for the first time ever. or a Committee Member. While Dairy is a feature at this year’s Show, we Finally, thank you to the Canterbury A&P also have great competitions for most other Board, Committee, Sub Committees, Volunteers types of livestock too. You can read all about and the management company, Beck & Caul our events and specialist competitions in this (formerly known as TDM Events). There is a Schedule. You will also see there is a good huge amount of work in organising and running selection of competitions for Youth. We’ve been New Zealand’s largest A&P Show. Without the working hard at trying to increase our offerings commitment from all of the above, it would not for youth competitors, and these competitions be possible to have such a prestigious event and are attracting more and more exhibitors continue the traditions of the past 155 years. ever year. We’re always blown away with the enthusiasm and knowledge that the younger I look forward to seeing you all at the Show in ones bring and it’s great to see them getting November. involved as the future of the A&P movement. Health and Safety is a huge concern for our Your President Association and an area where we strive to lead the pack. Over the past few years we have been working extremely hard to comply with the laws, so please read and follow the Health and Safety Recommendations put forward by the A&P. Apart from the competitions, there is plenty of great entertainment and activities to see and Peter Gilbert do at the Show – there will be more information available on our website throughout the year. www.theshow.co.nz 3
Canterbury Agricultural & Show Dates Pastoral Association 2017 – Wednesday 15 to Friday 17 November 2018 – Wednesday 14 to Friday 16 November 2019 – Wednesday 13 to Friday 15 November Phone: 03 343 3033 2020 – Wednesday 11 to Friday 13 November Fax: 03 343 3110 2021 - Wednesday 10 to Friday 12 November Email: email@example.com 2022 - Wednesday 9 to Friday 11 November Web: www.theshow.co.nz Canterbury Agricultural park 102 Curletts Road, Christchurch PO Box 9002, Tower Junction, Christchurch 8149 Cups/Trophies Please return any Cups or Trophies to the Show Office at Park Operations Manager – Dugald Thomas Canterbury Agricultural Park by Friday 8 September 2017. It Phone: 03 343 3107 would be appreciated if these could be returned clean. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Groundsman – Nigel Allen Officers of the Association President – P Gilbert, Ashburton Senior Vice President – T Black, Timaru Junior Vice President – C Herbert, Amberley Closing Dates Late entries will not be accepted. General Committee Please take note of the entry closing date. C Beaton - Amberley K Berry - Waipara Entry forms, summary of entry forms and B Chamberlain - Darfield D Clark - Rangiora entry fees must be received by this date for B Forrester - Hawarden S Goldsmith - Christchurch entries to be accepted. C Harris - Christchurch J Hawkins - Rangiora C Lynch - Christchurch G McGiffert - Sefton Horse & Pony C McIntosh - Springston W McLaren - Christchurch Friday 15 September 2017 M Mulholland - Darfield B Murray - Greta Valley L Peddie - Waikari R Perkins - Darfield Cattle, Sheep, Llama, Alpaca, Black & K Ridgen - Christchurch W Ritchie - Geraldine Coloured Wool, Goat, Pig, Dog Trials, A Rogers - Rangiora GJ Sidey - Christchurch Poultry, Vintage Machinery A Stokes - Oxford M Withers - Christchurch Friday 22 September 2017 P Worthington - Rangiora Showjumping and Dressage Event Management Wednesday 18 October 2017 Mint Lamb Competition The Canterbury A&P Show is Wednesday 18 October 2017 managed by Beck & Caul (formerly known as TDM Events) Shearing/Woolhandling (cut off for tickets) Canterbury Agricultural Park, Tuesday 24 October 2017 102 Curletts Road, Christchurch White Wool Section PO 36361, Merivale, Thursday 26 October 2017 Christchurch 8146 Young Auctioneers Competition Owner/Event Director – Geoff Bone Thursday 26 October 2017 Email: email@example.com Show Secretary/Show Entries – Melanee Fenton Trade Exhibitor of the Year Awards Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Friday 27 October 2017 Sales Manager – Kaylie Bradley For all entries, please refer to the relevant Email: email@example.com section of this Schedule for specific instructions. Marketing Manager – Nicola Henderson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Events Administration – Bindy Grace Email: email@example.com Event Assistant/Membership - Amy Liddington Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Event Assistant/Membership -Marina Ritchie Email: email@example.com Marketing and Sales Coordinator - Katherine Mckessar Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Accountant and Health and Safety - Will Ross Email: email@example.com 4 www.theshow.co.nz
W RESULTS TOP SHO 154th Canterbury A&P Show - 2016 Dakins Ambassador OF THE YEAR George & Glenda Climo - Cattle Show Legend Peter & Jo Binnie - Dog Trials Mint Lamb COMPETITION Peter & Corina Morris - Gore, Charolais/Texel Young Auctioneers COMPETITION Supreme Champion Madison Taylor - Peter Walsh & ANIMAL OF SHOW Associates Charolais Cow & Calf from the Winemaker Beef Section: Fisher Family OF THE YEAR Patrick Newton - Mudbrick Winery Discounts and Concessions for Exhibitors Travelling to The Show To encourage participation and ensure the Canterbury Ferry Discounts A&P Show is a truly national event, we have secured North Island Exhibitors receive a discount of 35% off the Easy the following subsidies for Exhibitors travelling great Change fare for travel on the Interislander, for online bookings. distances to attend the show. For booking conditions and instructions visit our website: www.theshow.co.nz. Entry Fees North Island Exhibitors are entitled to 50% discount on entry Accommodation in Christchurch fees. South Island Exhibitors travelling more than 400km (one There are many accommodation providers operating in and direction) receive a 30% discount. Entry fee discount does not around Christchurch. We recommend booking early. include stable/pen fees, ground fees, catalogues etc. Visit www.christchurchnz.co.nz Camping New Zealand Cup & Show Week Camping on-site at the Canterbury Agricultural Park is $60 For exhibitors travelling from outside of Canterbury, we have including GST for the duration of The Show. There is no charge limited numbers of complimentary tickets to New Zealand Cup for North Island and South Island Competitors travelling more & Show Week racing events at Riccarton and Addington. Please than 400km (one direction) to attend The Show. If you qualify for email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to receive these with free camping please still fill in the Camping Site Application in your Exhibitor Show tickets. Visit www.nzcupandshow.co.nz for the back of the Schedule of Classes and send with your entries. all the events on from 11 to 18 November during New Zealand Cup & Show Week. www.theshow.co.nz 5
6 A Alpaca Exhibitors Showgrounds Carpark Layout CH Horse Exhibitor Camping CL Livestock Exhibitor Camping PLEASE NOTE: CY Clydesdale Exhibitors WIGRAM 1 This entrance is not operational during the Canterbury A&P Show D Dog Trial Exhibitors DM Donkey, Mules, Hackney WIGRAM 3 Due to the underpass for the Christchurch Southern Motorway, and Harness, Stock and Station horse trucks and floats will NOT be able to use this entrance. H Horse Exhibitors (No Stables) SPEED LIMIT There is a 5KPH speed limit within the Showgrounds at all times. McMAHON DR L Livestock Exhibitors EXIT/ENTRANCE LA Llama Exhibitors LT Long-term Parking S Stable Unloading www.theshow.co.nz SP Stable Day Parking PUBLIC VM Vintage Machinery Exhibitors ENTRANCE W3: PUBLIC UNDERPASS H CARS ONLY Lake DM ISAAC 2 ISAAC 1 Turnstiles ARENA ARENA LA CY VM LLAMAS D MIGHTY CLYDESDALES SP CH MIX DOG VINTAGE TRIALS MACHINERY MOTORWAY River MAIN THE Turnstiles A COMMON AREN S WIGRAM R U THERN O OAD O VER O C K S T L I V EV I L I O N HS PA ANZ URC LAWN H CARNIVAL L CL AREA ISTC CURLETTS 1 ONE WA ENTRANCE Y CH R CURLETTS R OAD CURLETTS EXIT ONLY Children are present throughout the Showgrounds - Do not exceed 5KPH at any time. Exhibitors are not permitted to drive within the Showgrounds during 8am - 5.30pm on 15, 16 and 17 November. No exceptions.
Please thoroughly read the instructions on your parking pass to ensure that you do not encounter S & SP - Horse Exhibitors – STABLES/YARDS BOOKED problems when entering the Showgrounds. You will also be sent travel directions depending on which Horse exhibitors who have booked a stable or yard will enter the Showgrounds through the entrance you will be using. Parking Passes and travel directions will be sent with your Show tickets in CURLETTS 1 ENTRANCE and follow the internal road to the right. You will then use a one way internal October. It is recommended that you allow additional time to enter the Showgrounds. Please take the slip road that runs behind the Carnival Area. The slip road will take you to the area behind the Vero time to read the information below to familiarise yourself with the Showgrounds carpark layout, these Livestock Pavilion and then to the Stables for unloading only. For those exhibitors who have booked a instructions are for accessing the Showgrounds before, during and after the 2017 Canterbury A&P camping site, you will be able to access the horse camping area from here. There is no parking at the Show. Stables. For those exhibitors who are on site for the day, there will be access to the Stable Day Parking area which is situated either side for the internal road running behind the Riding for Disabled Building. A - Alpaca Exhibitors You will then exit via the CURLETTS EXIT located at the far end of the Vero Livestock Pavilion. The Exhibitors will enter the Showgrounds through the Curletts 1 Entrance and follow the internal road CURLETTS 1 ENTRANCE and Curletts Exit will be operational during the Show. to the right to access the Alpaca short term parking area. It is recommended that exhibitors unload/ load at the Vero Livestock Pavilion and then drive to the designated Alpaca long term parking area. L - Livestock Exhibitors – Short-term (Alpacas, Cattle, Goat, Pig, Poultry, Sheep, Shearing) This is a sign posted parking space for Alpaca trailers. During Show hours (8am - 5.30pm, Wed 15 - Exhibitors will enter the Showgrounds through the CURLETTS 1 ENTRANCE and follow the internal Fri 17 November) exhibitors will be restricted to using the one way internal slip road that runs behind road to the right. You will then use a one way internal slip road that runs behind the Carnival Area. The the Carnival Area to reach the Vero Livestock Pavilion. This means if you drop your animals off at the slip road will take you to the area behind the Vero Livestock Pavilion for unloading and parking. For Vero Livestock Pavilion you will need to exit the Show Grounds onto Curletts Road and then head those exhibitors who have booked a camping site, you will be able to access the camping area from south to the roundabout, come back up Curletts Road to the original entrance and then turn left into here. You will then exit via the CURLETTS EXIT located at the eastern end of the Vero Livestock Pavilion. the Alpaca Long Term Parking Area immediately after entering the Show itself. It is recommended The Curletts 1 Entrance and Curletts Exit will be operational during the Show, however vehicles are not that during these hours, exhibitors park in the Alpaca long term parking area and lead their Alpacas permitted on all other internal roads during Show hours (8am - 5.30pm, Wed 15 - Fri 17 November). up to the Vero Livestock Pavilion. If you are also leaving during Show hours, you must exit via the Exhibitors who are still on site on Showday (Friday 17 November) are advised to not start packing up until CURLETTS EXIT near the dairy shed or eastern end of the Vero Livestock Pavilion. after the Show has closed at 5.30pm. Please also see notes on Long Term Parking. CH & CL - Campers LT - Long Term Parking For those exhibitors who have booked a camping site, you will enter the Showgrounds through the Livestock exhibitors who enter the Showgrounds through the CURLETTS 1 ENTRANCE can use the assigned entrance as per your exhibitor parking pass. There will be internal access to the camping Long Term Parking area for stock trucks, trailers and vehicles. If unloading at your designated area you area from your designated parking/unloading area. will need to be in the Long Term Parking area before the Show starts each day (8am, Wed 15 - Fri 17 November). You will be able to exit the Long Term Parking area during Show hours, using the one way CY - Clydesdale Exhibitors internal slip road that runs behind the Carnival Area. You will then exit via the CURLETTS EXIT located Exhibitors will enter the Showgrounds through the CURLETTS 1 ENTRANCE and follow the internal at the eastern end of the Vero Livestock Pavilion. road to the left around the perimeter fencing, past the helicopters and Dog Trials, to the Clydesdale parking area. Please note that all exhibitors must be parked within the fenced off area to the side of LA - Llama Exhibitors and VM - Vintage Machinery Exhibitors the Clydesdale Display by 8am daily (during the Show). You will also use the CURLETTS 1 ENTRANCE Exhibitors will enter the Showgrounds through the CURLETTS 1 ENTRANCE and follow the internal to exit the Showgrounds. road to the left around the perimeter fencing to the trade exhibitor entrance behind the Vintage Machinery trade sites. You can then use the internal road down to your designated area. You will D - Dog Trial Exhibitors also use the CURLETTS 1 ENTRANCE to exit the Showgrounds. During the Show (Wed 15 - Fri 17 Exhibitors will enter the Showgrounds through the Curletts 1 entrance and follow the internal road November), exhibitors will only be able to access the internal roads before 8am and after 5.30pm to the left around the perimeter fencing to the Dog Trial parking area. Please note that all Dog Trial daily. At all other times during the Show you will have to use the Trade Exhibitors Parking area, as exhibitors must be parked within the fenced off area to the side of the Dog Trials Lawn. You will also indicated on your parking pass. use the Curletts 1 entrance to exit the Showgrounds. FOR MORE INFORMATION DM - Donkeys, Mules, Hackney & Harness, Stock & Station If you would like to discuss the Showgrounds layout please contact the Show Office (03 343 3033) or Exhibitors will enter the Showgrounds through the McMahon drive entrance, which can be accessed speak with your Section Convenor. from either Wigram Road or Halswell Road (via Aidanfield Drive). You will then use an internal slip road that will take you to the Isaac Arenas - for parking in Isaac 2 Arena. Section Convenors Alpaca: Anne Rogers 027 457 1707 Cattle: Chris Herbert 021 677 222 H - Horse Exhibitors – STABLES/YARDS NOT BOOKED Dog Trial: Bryce Murray 027 688 4444 Goat, Angora: Jackie Freeman 03 312 6228 Horse exhibitors who have not booked a stable, yard or camping site, will enter the Showgrounds Goat, Boer: Jenny Bassett 021 318 369 or Goat, Dairy: Jonathan Carden-Holdstock 027 571 6260 through the MCMAHON DRIVE ENTRANCE, which can be accessed from either Wigram Road or www.theshow.co.nz Goat, Boer: Philippa Loughhead 027 431 4884 Horse: Lex Peddie 027 271 7876 Halswell Road (via Aidanfield Drive). You will then use an internal slip road that will take you to the Llama: Keith Payne 03 319 8522 Pig: Gavin McGiffert 03 312 9018 Horse Exhibitor parking area behind Isaac 1 Arena. There is pedestrian/horse access to the Isaac Poultry: Doug Bain 03 325 4196 Shearing: Kelvyn Scott 03 312 5613 Arenas and through to The Common and Main Arena. Please note that there is no vehicular access Sheep: Brent Chamberlain 021 318 710 Showjumping: Lex Peddie 027 271 7876 through the Isaac Arenas. Showjumping: Chris Harris 021 367 398 Vintage Machinery: Donald Wright 03 318 3706 7 Wool: Tim Black 027 955 9141
COMPLETION OF ENTRY FORMS GENERAL CONDITIONS ENTRY FORMS Of the Canterbury Agricultural & Pastoral Association 1. All entry submissions must include a completed Entry Form and Summary of Entries form, signed with entry fees calculated correctly for entries to be To be read in conjunction with Section Conditions and with the Rules and By- accepted. Laws of the Royal Agricultural Society of New Zealand. 2. Summary of Entry forms received that have not been signed, or in which PRIVACY ACT entry fees have been calculated incorrectly, will be returned immediately for The Association holds records of names and addresses of all Members and correction. This requirement will apply to all Exhibitors, including Members of Exhibitors and may publish these for the purposes of Show media reports or the Association that have not as yet paid their annual subscription but who promotional purposes at the Association’s discretion. The Association may take have calculated entry fees using the discount available to financial Members. photographs and video images of Members, Exhibitors, exhibits (including 3. LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED livestock) and the employees, agents and assistants of any Exhibitor and use MEMBERSHIP this information for reporting or promotional purposes in any media, at the 4. Exhibitors aged 18 years and over must be Members of the Canterbury Association’s discretion. A&P Association in their own name if Members discounted entry fees are to IMPORTANT HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION FOR EXHIBITORS be claimed. AND COMPETITORS 5. New Members - discounted membership Entry Fees are available to financial All Exhibitors agree to comply with the Terms of the Health & Safety Act 1992 Members of the Canterbury A&P Association. The Association’s membership and its subsequent amendments. The Canterbury A&P Association hereby form may be completed and forwarded with payment and entries with states that it will accept no responsibility in any claim from any person resulting membership discounted entry fees able to be used for the named Member. A from non-compliance with the Act. membership application is at the back of this Schedule. Livestock Exhibitors and Competitors must follow the instructions of Marshals MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTIONS (GST included): and Officials. 6. Annual Family Membership $105, Annual Individual Membership $60, Annual Exhibitors and competitors are responsible for ensuring animals are kept in Stud Membership $105, Annual Corporate Membership $105, Annual Junior control at all times. Exhibitor Membership $30. Stud and Corporate Members reduced entry fees The Canterbury A&P Association reserves the right to order immediate apply only for the name membership is under. removal from the Showgrounds of any animal it considers dangerous, unruly RECEIPT OF ENTRIES or unmanageable. 7. Receipt of Entries - A receipt showing all details of your entries, horse boxes, Livestock Exhibitors must ensure that they keep walkways clear and no subscription etc. will be returned to you following data processing. Your Entry dangerous equipment or chemicals are accessible to the public. In any livestock Form and Summary of Entry form will NOT be returned to you. parade children aged under 12 years leading cattle are to be accompanied by 8. Responsibility - It will be your responsibility, the Exhibitor, to check the details an adult. Any animal 2 years or over must be led by a person aged 16 years on the receipt of entries carefully and ensure that all details are correct. Any and over. alterations to classes must be made to the Secretary by 30 October in writing There is to be NO SMOKING in the Horseboxes, Cattle Marquee or Livestock (by post, fax or email). NO EXCEPTIONS - except Novice upgrading changes Pavilion. Any person found smoking within these areas will be fined $500. - see H.9. Livestock and Machinery Exhibitors are reminded that no exhibits shall be removed from the Showground until after 5.30pm. Protective Headgear: REMINDER Wearing a hard hat is compulsory for anyone competing on, working in or 9. Remember - If your entry form is not signed, or is illegible, or the required schooling or riding for any reason a horse within the Showgrounds. ++ Bold certificates are missing, or the correct monies are not attached, your ENTRY First Aid++: First aid stations are located by the Main Arena, Show Office and MAY NOT BE ACCEPTED. the Isaac Arena. Please familiarise yourself with the Showgrounds site map. Accidents must be reported to your Section Office or the Show Office. JUDGING TIMES 10. All judging times should be confirmed in the Catalogue. SMOKING Smoking is prohibited in all Livestock Pavilions, Marquees and Horseboxes. The ACCOMMODATION Canterbury A&P Committee reserves the right to impose a fine of $500 on any 11. Unpowered sites for self-contained caravans are available at Canterbury person found smoking within these areas. Agricultural Park at $60/site for Show Week. Exhibitors using floats in float park for overnight camping must pay $60 for Show Week. All horse trucks are to ENTRIES remain in horse float parking area. Showers and toilets will be provided there. 1. Entries must be made on the official Entry Form and Summary of Entry forms Camping tickets must be displayed in vehicle window at all times. Applications accompanied by total entry fees payable and be in the hands of the Show for sites are to be made through the Show Office, telephone 03 343 3033. Secretary on or before the closing dates advertised in the Schedule. An application form is at the back of this Schedule. Exhibitors found staying 2. All entries must be made in the name of the bona-fide owner of the exhibits overnight at the Showgrounds who have not prepaid their fee and displayed hereinafter called the Exhibitor, and such exhibits must have been the property a camping ticket will be charged $100. Please note NO DOGS permitted on of the Exhibitor at the time of entry. Registered Lessees of animals are permitted Showgrounds unless competing. to enter under their own name. For Shearing and Wood chopping entries see www.theshow.co.nz or 3. Exhibitors must state as accurately as possible at the time of entry the date telephone 03 343 3033. of birth of all stock in classes where the age is required. Exhibitor Entry Forms & Canterbury A&P Membership Application 4. Times by which exhibits are required to be in their allotted places on the Forms are located at the back of the Schedule. Showgrounds ready for judging are detailed at the head of each Section. 5. Exhibitors must provide sufficient attendants to take charge of each entry of Cattle, Horse, and Sheep entered in Breeder’s Groups, and lead them into the Show Ring when required. Exhibitors failing to comply with this regulation will be liable to forfeit their prizes at the discretion of the Canterbury A&P Committee. No-one under the age of 16 can lead a large animal. 6. No animal from a herd or farm under movement control for TB or Brucellosis or distance control place notice, and cattle awaiting a comparative cervical test result, and any replacement stock associated with such animals shall be exhibited at the Canterbury A&P Show. 7. The Canterbury A&P Association shall not be responsible for any loss or damage caused (inter alia) through disease or infection however arising. Each Exhibitor shall have deemed to have guaranteed to the Canterbury A&P Association and have given warranty that each exhibit entered and brought to the Showgrounds is free of any contagious or infectious disease. 8. Machinery Exhibitors are reminded that compliance with the terms of the Health & Safety in Employment Act 1992 and its subsequent amendments is the responsibility of the Exhibitor and that the Canterbury A&P Association hereby states that it will accept no responsibility in any claim from any person resulting from non-compliance with the Act. 9. Exhibitors of machinery and mechanical equipment of any description must ensure that it is fully guarded so as to be incapable of injuring spectators or Exhibitors while on display. Tractors and other machinery demonstrated at work must be attended by a member of the Exhibitor’s staff while working, and must be efficiently immobilised when not working. Exhibits which are considered by the Canterbury A&P Committee to be dangerous, to be excessively noisy, 8 www.theshow.co.nz
or undesirable in any other way, may be immobilised at the discretion of the day following competition. Trophies won on Friday can be collected the week Canterbury A&P Committee. following the Show. 10. Machinery Exhibitors are reminded that no machinery or displays shall be CUPS & TROPHIES AWARDED LAST YEAR TO BE RETURNED BY FRIDAY removed from the Showgrounds until after 5.30pm on the last day of the Show. 9TH SEPTEMBER TO BECK & CAUL AT CANTERBURY AGRICULTURAL Failure to comply with this condition automatically disqualifies the offender PARK. IT WOULD BE APPRECIATED IF THESE COULD BE RETURNED from future Shows. CLEAN. 11. Entry fee, ferry and camping concessions for North and Southland exhibitors only apply at time of entry. No refunds after the Show. LIVESTOCK BREED DISPLAYS 12. Pen fees are to cover the cost of straw removal and disposal after completion The Canterbury A&P Association will make an award to the best presented of the Show. Breed Display throughout the Show following recommendations made by Chairmen of the Livestock Sections. Judging will be convened by the Chairman RIGHTS OF THE CANTERBURY A&P COMMITTEE of the Machinery Section and assisted by the Second Vice-President and a 13. The Canterbury A&P Committee reserves the right to refuse or cancel any co-opted Past President. entry without adducing any reason for so doing and reserves the right to make any alteration to the Show timetable, or withdraw any event as may be deemed STUD CLASSES desirable. Any unruly or dangerous animal or exhibit may be required to leave THE LEONARD WHITE SILVER CHALLENGE SHIELD the Showgrounds. Most points in the Stud Classes. THE D D MACFARLANE PERPETUAL CHALLENGE SHIELD PROTESTS Given by the late Leonard White, for most points in the following Sections in 14. All protests must be in writing, and may be lodged with the President of turn: Clydesdale Horses, Shorthorn Cattle and Corriedale Sheep. the Canterbury A&P Association within ONE HOUR from the completion of the class judged together with a deposit of $50 which shall be returned should the PARKING STOCK TRUCKS AND HORSE FLOATS protest be sustained. Should the protest be lodged before the Judges proceed 25. Horse Floats for stable unloading and Stock Trucks are to enter Canterbury to their duties, the onus of proof will rest with the Exhibitor; if after that, the Agricultural Park from the gate on Curletts Road only. Horse Floats with no onus of proof will be with the party protesting. No protest will be received stable or camping booked enter from the gate on McMahon Drive. Parking later than one hour after the prize tickets are affixed. The Canterbury A&P for all Stock Trucks and Horse Floats is available on the grounds in designated Committee, or not less than five members thereof, will decide all protests as areas with marshals ensuring that parking is available for all Exhibitors. Parking soon as practicable, and there shall be no appeal from their decision. is entirely at the vehicle owner’s risk. 26. Any vehicles parked will be on condition that the Canterbury A&P CATALOGUE Association accepts no responsibility for any loss, theft, injury or damage to 15. When an animal has been duly entered and catalogued in any class, the persons or vehicles, their contents, fittings or accessories even when such substitution of another animal will not be permitted without the consent of the loss, theft, injury or damage is attributed to any negligence on the part of the Canterbury A&P Committee. Please see relevant section conditions for any Canterbury A&P Association or any of its employees or stewards. replacement animal. Exhibits competing in the Family and Group Classes are 27. The Canterbury A&P Committee reserves the right to remove any motor also eligible for other classes. vehicle, float, caravan or any other form of trailer which is parked in any area or 16. No animals, excepting those entered in the Catalogue or as part of a Trade manner other than those prescribed by Canterbury A&P Committee without Display, will be allowed on the Showgrounds. prior notice. ANY VEHICLE FOUND TO BE PARKED INSIDE THE SHOWGROUNDS PRIZES, PRIZE MONEY, SPONSORSHIPS WITHOUT AUTHORITY, WILL BE TOWED AWAY AT OWNER’S EXPENSE. 17. In the event of there being no competition (i.e. one exhibit) in any Class, no prize will be given unless the Judge certifies to particular merit. TIMETABLE 18. Judges of Stock, in arriving at their decision, are requested not to give All Times Subject to Change undue weight to high condition, but to award the prizes to the animals in each Exhibitors are asked to check times in Catalogue, and must be ready to enter Class which they consider best represent the particular breed or description the ring at start time. The timetable may be affected by number of entries intended to be encouraged. The Judges are requested to pass over all animals received. whose want of condition betokens weakness of constitution, however great their merit may be in other respects. GENERAL 19. In each class of Livestock cash prizes are offered, but Judges are requested 28. All persons admitted into any premises controlled by the Canterbury A&P not to award them if the exhibits are not up to standard. The award cards will Association shall be subject to the orders of the Canterbury A&P Committee, be affixed as soon as possible after the judging has been completed in each and in the event of misbehaviour on the part of anyone attending the Show, section. such person may be removed by order of the President or any two members 20. In all cases where two or three prizes have been awarded the Judges are of the Canterbury A&P Committee. Any exhibitor who interferes with or abuses requested to ‘very highly commend’ any of the other exhibits worthy of this a Judge or Officer of the Canterbury A&P Association whilst acting in his official distinction. capacity as such, will be dealt with as may be deemed fitting by the Judicial 21. Any dispute arising out of the allotment of the Private Prizes may be settled Committee, and Stewards are instructed to report such occurrences promptly. by the Canterbury A&P Committee at their next meeting after the Show, and The President or any two members of the Canterbury A&P Committee may their decision shall be final. eject from the Showgrounds, without compensation or return of fees, any 22. All Horse prize money will be paid at the Show (in cash under $100 and person whose conduct, either personal or as proprietor of a side show or by cheque over $100). All Cattle prize money will be paid by cheque after the exhibit, is a source of annoyance. Show except Canterbury Youth Show classes. Prize money for these classes will 29. Any Exhibitor who behaves in a manner which, in the opinion of the Judges be paid in cash at the Show. Dog Trial and Shearing prize money will be paid or the Canterbury A&P Committee, does or is likely to embarrass or is intended at the Show. All other sections prize money (sheep, cattle, wool, alpaca, llama, to embarrass the Canterbury A&P Committee, the Judges or the sponsors of goats, poultry and pigs) will be paid by cheque after the Show. the event, or which is likely to have effect of bringing the event into discredit, 23. Class sponsorship monies, subject to confirmation, will be paid IN LIEU of or which is behaviour which the Judges of the event or the Canterbury Association prize money, although Breed Society special cash prize monies will A&P Committee (or not less than any two members of the Canterbury A&P be additional. The Association takes no responsibility for sponsorships which Committee) consider in their opinion to be rude, bad manners, disobedient do not eventuate. or abusive or which is designed to or has the effect of harassing or being discourteous to any Steward, Judge or other official, may be censured, expelled, AWARDS - PRIZE CARDS, CUPS & TROPHIES fined or banned by the Judicial Committee constituted under Clause 37. 24. Distinguishing Colours of Prize Cards: First Prize - Red; Second Prize - Blue; 30. No person shall supply, provide, sell, give or dispose of any food, drink, or Third Prize - Yellow; Fourth Prize - Green; Fifth Prize - Orange; Sixth Prize - any other form of refreshment or tobacco to any other person on the land of White. Supreme - Metallic Red, Champion - Blue, Reserve Champion - Purple, the Canterbury A&P Association during an Agricultural and Pastoral Show held Special Prize - Burgundy. by the Association without the written permission of the Show Management. Distinguishing Colours of Ribbons: First to Sixth prize-takers in Horse and Pony 31. The privilege of distributing trade lists, advertisements or other documents Sections will carry a coloured Ribbon 1st to 6th as follows - Red, Blue, Yellow, is restricted exclusively to Exhibitors at their respective stands. Placards or Green, Orange, White. Supreme - Red/Black/Red, Champion - Blue, Reserve advertisements posted without authority will be removed. -Purple, Special Prize - Burgundy, Bottle Green. 32. No Exhibitor may sublet any space nor move to any other space from SCALE OF POINTS, with the exception of Milk Classes in Dairy Section, where that which has been allocated to him or her. Any person infringing regulations there are five entries or more without permission in writing of an authorised officer of the Canterbury A&P Competitors Champion Res. Champ 1st 2nd 3rd VHC Association will incur expulsion from the Showgrounds. Less than Five 2 1 6 4 2 - 33. Persons in charge of exhibits will be admitted on production of an Exhibitor’s Five or more 2 1 6 4 2 1 pass, and they will be subject to the orders of the Canterbury A&P Committee No Competition - - 3 - - - or its officers. In the event of a tie the winner of the largest number of First Prizes shall 34. Should any Exhibitor, in the opinion of the Canterbury A&P Committee, have preference. In the event of no competition, only half points awarded. infringe any of these Conditions and Regulations, or refuse to comply with the Competition means two or more Exhibitors, whose exhibits are judged directions of the Canterbury A&P Committee, or be guilty of any fraudulent or competing for prizes in a particular class. unfair practice or any deceit or concealment either in entering or exhibiting Collection of Trophies: Trophies are available from the Secretary’s Office on the www.theshow.co.nz 9
stock, all the exhibits of such Exhibitor shall be disqualified, and his name shall not exceeding five times the entry fee paid by the Exhibitor to enter the event, not appear in the Official Prize List, and the Canterbury A&P Committee shall and/or ban the Exhibitor from the event, and/or recommend to the General have power to suspend such Exhibitor from exhibiting at any exhibition during Committee that such Exhibitor be banned from any number of future events such period as it may think fit. or indefinitely. 35. Should any person or firm be disqualified or suspended by a kindred A&P 43. On a recommendation of the Judicial Committee, the Canterbury A&P Association registered under “The Agricultural and Pastoral Societies Act, 1908”, General Committee may, in addition to the powers available to the Judicial the A&P Committee of this Canterbury A&P Association shall have power to Committee, ban any Exhibitor from exhibiting in any number of future events endorse such disqualification or suspension, and disqualify or suspend such or indefinitely. person or firm accordingly. 44. The decision of the Judicial Committee under Clause 40 above shall be 36. All exhibits shall be at the sole risk of the owner or Exhibitor, and the communicated in writing to the Exhibitor forthwith following their decision. The Canterbury A&P Association shall not, under any circumstances, be responsible Exhibitor shall have the right to appeal the decision of the Judicial Committee for loss, damage, mis-delivery, detention or delay of exhibits of any description to the General Committee by notice in writing to the President, served within 14 whatever. days after the decision of the Judicial Committee. The decision of the General 37. The decision of the Canterbury A&P Committee shall be absolutely final Committee shall be final and binding on the Exhibitor. Any ban shall have effect in all cases. immediately following the decision of the Judicial Committee. Any fine shall be 38. The Canterbury A&P Association will endeavour to provide sufficient paid within 30 days of the decision of the Judicial Committee or of the General quantities of greenfeed to Livestock Exhibitors at the Canterbury A&P Committee in the case of appeal and shall constitute a contractual debt and Show. The Canterbury A&P Association takes no responsibility for providing may be recovered by the Association by due process of law as a debt due. greenfeed in excess of what is deemed adequate for each section. 45. The RAS Yellow Card system now applies across all Livestock and Equestrian sections. LIMITING OF ENTRIES. 39. The Canterbury A&P Committee reserves the right to limit entries in Peter Gilbert, President, Canterbury A&P Association 2017 any class or section in the event of excessive numbers of animals requiring accommodation. DISCIPLINE 40. In addition to any other Judicial Committee under these Rules or any other regulations of the Canterbury A&P Association, there shall be a Judicial Committee comprising the President or a Vice-President and not less than two Supreme Champion members of the Canterbury A&P Committee who may consider all complaints, charges or references relating to the conduct or omissions of all Exhibitors. Animal of Show 41. The Judicial Committee shall have the power to investigate all incidents, acts or omissions which are referred to them, and to obtain such evidence as they Main Arena may require to hear any complaints, charges or references. Any Exhibitor who Friday 17 November 2017 3.50-4.00pm is the subject of any complaint, charge or reference to the Judicial Committee shall have the right to be heard by the Judicial Committee in relation to the Sponsored by Vero. Each Section Committee will put matter, and such Exhibitor shall, immediately following advice of the complaint, forward their chosen Supreme Champion for this award charge or reference, make him/herself available for examination by the Judicial from the following sections: Horse, Sheep, Cattle, Alpaca, Committee. Llama, Pig, Goat, Boar Goat, Donkey, Poultry. 42. The Judicial Committee may, after hearing all evidence which they consider is relevant to any matter referred to them, dismiss the charge, or uphold the charge, and/or censure the Exhibitor, and/or fine the Exhibitor in an amount Become a Member and Save! The Canterbury A&P Association is a membership-based MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCLUDE organisation, membership is open to anyone interested in furthering »»Complimentary Canterbury A&P Show tickets and reduced the progress of agriculture in Canterbury. price on Member guest tickets. Association membership represents excellent value for money with »»Priority car parking at the Show. reduced entry fees in most livestock and equestrian classes at the »»Access to the Bayley’s Members’ Marquee and grandstand Canterbury A&P Show plus heaps of other Showtime exclusive seating overlooking the Main Arena during the Show, privileges. »»Priority booking for stables and camping sites during the Show. »»Invitation to the Members Muster party, held during the Show. There are a range of membership categories, with different »»Discounted livestock and equestrian exhibitor entry fees for the fees applying, to suit individual circumstances, including annual Canterbury A&P Show. memberships and life memberships. »»Regular newsletters For information on the options available, see the application »»Discounted exhibitor entry fees for other Canterbury A&P form at the back of the Schedule of Classes, visit the website Association events. (www.theshow.co.nz) or contact Amy in the Show Office on »»Voting rights and invitation to attend the Annual General 03 343 2561 or email@example.com. Meeting, and receive a copy of the Annual Report. New in 2017! We conducted research in early 2017 to help improve our service to Members. We’re excited to announce that we’re shaking a few things up this year: »» We’ve added an extra children’s ticket to Family Memberships - this means two adults and three children will receive tickets to the Show. »» We’re introducing a separate kids zone outside the Bayleys Members’ Marquee complete with bouncy castle and sandpit, so you can watch the action in the Main Arena while the kids play. »» Pay your Membership with your Farmlands card and save! »» Come and enjoy a daily happy hour in the Bayleys Members’ Marquee »» We’re working to improve and enhance the facilities and services in the Bayleys Members’ Marquee. 10 www.theshow.co.nz
CONDITIONS AND REGULATIONS FOR Horse Section HORSE AND PONY SECTIONS To be read in conjunction with General Conditions of the Canterbury A&P Association and the Royal Agricultural Society Equestrian Rule Book and Guidelines. Please see horse and pony summary of entry form Horse Office: Located at the Halswell Pony Clubrooms and enclosed letter for information on entry fee Main Ring Horse Office: Located above the Main Ring rebates in 2017 due to reduced parking space Showing Section: Breastplate numbers (black on white or white on black only) Chairperson: Mr L Peddie only at this Show. Hunter Jumping & Working Hunters: Back numbers will be Ringmaster: Mr N Walls provided for these sections only - to be collected from the Horse Office and Deputy Ringmaster: Mrs C Lynch please return. All Horses/Ponies must have an identification name tag with Isaac 1 Arena Ringmasters: Mrs A Read, Ms S Goldsmith contact details attached to their halters. Isaac 2 Ringmaster: R. Ratahi Deputy Isaac 2 Ringmaster: Mr N C James, R Ratahi Dressage Convenor: Ms S Goldsmith HORSE & PONY ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY 15 SEPTEMBER 2017 Assistant Dressage Convenor: E Newman STABLE/CAMPING APPLICATIONS FOR ALL EQUESTRIAN ENTRIES Showing Convenor: Mrs N Hutchinson CLOSE FRIDAY 15 SEPTEMBER. Assistant Showing Convenor: Mrs C Lynch Showjumping Convenor: Mr L Peddie SHOWJUMPING AND DRESSAGE ENTRIES ONLY CLOSE: FRIDAY 20 Assistant Showjumping Convenor: Mr C Harris OCTOBER 2017 RTR Hunter Convenor: Mr N Walls CUPS & TROPHIES Clydesdale Convenors: Mr M Lang, Mrs J Winter Please return Cups and Trophies awarded in 2016 by Friday 17 September 2017 Course Designers: Donella Still & Geoff Bryant to the Canterbury A&P Show Office. Previous winners failing to return trophies Technical Delegate: Roger Laplanche will be ineligible to compete. Ring Announcers: Mr G Batchelor, Mr T Black, Mr T Douglass, Mrs J Harkerss, TIMETABLE Miss M Hutchinson, Ms J Hayes, Mrs M Jebson, Mrs J Neave, Mrs A Orange Exhibitors must know their class numbers and times by checking the timetable Chief Horse Marshall: Mrs A Thomas included in the Catalogue in case of class time changes and be ready to enter Deputy Chief Horse Marshall: Mr S Keene the ring before their start time. Classes missed are the exhibitor’s responsibility. Chief Marshall; Mr B Black Late exhibitors will be excluded from the class. Marshall Announcers: Mrs V Black, Mr J Brown If the exhibitor is entered in multiple sections, the exhibitor must Main Arena Ring Marshalls: Mr W Ritchie, Mrs J Letham, Mr A Thompson, decide which class/section to compete in. No class or championship Ms L Pomeroy, Mrs A Acton-Adams, Mr R Withell judging will be held up for delayed competitors. Isaac/Isaac II Announcer: Mrs J Harkerss, Miss M Hutchinson Main Ring Horse Office: Mrs A Butler, S Manning ENTRY FEES Horse Office: Pam Grenside (Unless otherwise stated): Members $12, All Non-members $28 (GST included). Mounted Clerks: Nicky Glassey, Julia Cottrell, Tracey McIlraith Ground Fees $8 per horse. All other fees listed on relevant entry forms. Farrier: TBC MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTIONS Committee: Ms S Goldsmith, Mr C Harris, Mrs N Hutchinson, Mrs J Winter, Mrs (GST included): Family, Corporate and Stud Membership $105 ($95 with a C Lynch, Mr L Peddie (Chairperson), Mr W Ritchie, Mr N Walls Farmlands card), Individual $60 ($55 with a Farmlands card), Junior $30 Past Presidents: Mr N A Macfarlane, Mr R Lemon, Mr C J C Wright, Mr J M NB: To claim membership rates on entry fees, all named parties in a partnership Grigg, Mrs N Hutchinson or lease must be members, including Junior riders. Co-opted Committee: Mr B Black, Mrs V Black, A Read, S Yeatman, Mrs J Hill, PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR Mr N C James, Mr M Lang, Mrs E May, Mrs P McIlraith, Mrs M Rebbeck, Mrs A A hard hat is generally described as a hunting cap, a bowler, protective Thomas, Mrs M Salkeld, P Grenside, J Winter, Mr A Thompson, Mr R Withell, headwear, or a safety helmet. Wearing a hard hat is compulsory for anyone Mr S Keene, Mr S Schroder, Mr W MacClintock, S Manning, E Newman, Mrs A competing on, working in or schooling or riding for any reason a horse at Butler an A&P Show or in any area considered to be for whatever reason a part of JUDGES the Showground. It is required that all riders particularly those jumping horses T Edwards (AUS): In Hand Horse, In Hand Stallion, Ridden Stallion, In Hand wear protective headgear conforming to the current NZ Safety Standard or an All Breeds, Novice Park Hack, Diana Rainey (Conformation), Novice A Pony, equivalent standard and that the headgear be secured by a retention harness. P&M Park Hacks, Bethell Salver, Group D Pony, P&M, Supreme Pony, Johnson No penalties will be incurred for those riders wishing to use approved safety Salver, Dry Mare helmets in showing classes. All riders, including harness drivers, competing A Edwards (AUS): In Hand Pony, PBNZ, In Hand All Breeds, Novice Saddle at RAS affiliated A&P Shows/events must wear protective headgear, which Hunter, Diana Rainey (Rider), Novice C Pony, P&M Hack, Bethell Salver, Nydfa includes a retaining harness secured to the shell at more than two points. Such Cup Unity, Group A Pony, P&M, Supreme Pony, PBNZ, Lady Diana Isaac headgear must be worn with the chinstrap properly adjusted and fastened Claire Simpson: In Hand Warmbloods, Ridden Warmbloods, In Hand All when in the arena or ring, the practice area, collecting rings or anywhere else breeds, Novice Riding Horse, Diana Rainey (Turnout) NZRP, Melville Black, within the Showground. Hats/helmets must conform with one of the current Nydfa Rider, Hunter Turnout & Type, Saddle Hunter, Supreme Horse, NZ approved safety standards. These standards may be subject to change but the Thoroughbred latest list can be found at www.ras.org.nz . RAS will advise any changes via their Lynda Hayes: In Hand Golden Horse, Ridden Andulusian, In Hand Pinto, In website and Facebook. Hand All Breeds, Ridden Pinto, Diana Rainey (P&M), Adult Rider Classes, Best In Turnout and Equitation Classes the rider has a choice to wear a three point Pair, Nydfa Cup Turnout, Park Hacks, Hacks, Supreme Horse, NZ Thoroughbred Harness Safety Helmet. The Helmet is to be covered in black velvet with flesh Barbara Bilskie: In Hand Welsh, In Hand All Breeds, Ridden Welsh, Elizabeth coloured harness. Riders opting to wear a safety riding helmet (as described) Millier, Novice B Pony, Group C Pony, P&M, Supreme Pony, Johnson Salver, Dry will be judged on ‘equal terms’ as a rider wearing the traditional bowler hat Mare and lanyard. Recommended Helmets: Charles Owen Black - H2000 (6.13KB), Graham Smith (AUS): In Hand Arabian, Arabian Costume, In Hand All Breeds, Charles Owen Black - H2000 (10.6KB). Diana Rainey (Overall), Cobs, Novice D Pony, P&M Saddle Hunter over 163cm, Dressage competitors please note that under Dressage NZ Rule 480 black Bethell Salver, Group B Pony, P&M, Supreme Pony, Johnson Salver, Dry Mare or dark blue NZ Safety approved helmets with harness must be worn in all Andrew Marriott: Clydesdales training, warm-ups and competitions. Melinda Ralph: In Hand Standardbred, In Hand Andulusian, In Hand Top hats and bowler hats may only be worn in competitions at Level 5 (Open Connemarra, Ridden Standardbred, All Breeds Award, Novice Hack, Branston Medium) and above, including the final warm-up and presentation. Note - Cup, Knights Challenge Cup, Open Riding Horse, Bethell Salver, group B Pony, Level 5 and above riders must wear a NZ Safety approved helmet prior to their P&M, Supreme Pony, Johnson Salver, Dry Mare final warm-up. Kaye Williams: Hunter Jumping Hack, Hunter Jumping Pony, Novice Working ENTRIES Hunter Pony, Novice Working Hunter, Working Hunter Horse, Working Hunter Any alterations to Classes must be made to the Secretary by 27 October Pony, Renown Cup, Sport Horse, Supreme Ridden All Breeds, Ballyntne Cup, 2017. NO EXCEPTIONS, except Novice upgrading changes see H.9. Any class Open Hunter changes/scratchings etc. during the Show must be made to the Horse Loretta Tait: In Hand Gypsy Cob, Ridden Gypsy Cob, In Hand All Breeds, Secretary’s Office, located at the Halswell Pony Clubrooms. Hackney, Non Hackney, Supreme Ridden All Breeds H.1: AGE OF HORSES & PONIES Kerri Moffett: In Hand Shetlands, In Hand All Breeds, Ridden Shetlands, Side Age is determined as from 1st August. Saddle, Native Breeds Yearling - born since 31st July 2016 Gail Inglis: Donkey 2 year old - born since 31st July 2015 Virginia Dean: Miniature Horses Paula Graham: Western 12 www.theshow.co.nz Discounts for Exhibitors travelling
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