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Kaitaia & Districts A & P Association Inc - Kaitaia Show
Kaitaia & Districts A & P
                 Association Inc
                          Incorporated 1889

               132nd Annual Show
                22nd February 2020
             A&P Showgrounds, Kaitaia
                        SHOW ADMISSION
              ADULTS $5 CHILDREN 5 – 16 YEARS $2
                    UNDER 5 YEARS FREE
                   SCHEDULE OF CLASSES & PRIZES

                  All entries close Friday 14th February 2019
        Entries: Lynn Macrae, 84 Paparore Road, RD1, Awanui, 0486

                      Email: kaitaiashow@gmail.com

22 February 2020                                      www.kaitaiashow.nz
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List of Supporters & Donations

Ambreed • Archibald Motors • Back2Wood Demolitions • Ballance Fertiliser •
Bellingham Quarries • Bells Produce • Blumhardt Family - Birchlands Stud •
Braithwaite Family • Brakes Flooring Xtra • B Travers Builder • Carpet Court •
Carrfields • Craig Maisey Builders and Glass ltd • CRV Ambreed • David Wilson •
Elmbury Stud - M Bath • Empire Mart • Far North Ayrshire Club • Farmlands •
Far North Chiropractic • Far North Tyre Service • Farm Source • Far North Vets•
Far North Holstein Friesian Club • Fibre Fresh • Foster Motors • Harcourts •
Hard Core Contracting • Hygain Horse Feeds • Hunting & Fishing • Kelaray Stud
Kaitaia Glass & Aluminium • Kaitaia Hire Mangonui • K Oud Contracting
Kaitaia Tractors • Kaitaia Water Centre • • Kaitaia Motorcycles •KPH Construction •
Kane Wells Contracting • • L J Hooker • Laser Electrical • Mac’s Saddlery • Haulage •
Mate Radich • Mastercraft Kitchens Kaitaia • M & J Hudson • Ninety Mile Motors •
Northland Ayrshires • Orana Motor Inn & Restaurant • Oilways Hydraulics •
Pa Hill Ayrshires • PanelLock Homes • PGG Wrightson Kaitaia • Pukenui Holiday Park •
Ray White Kaitaia • Resene Paints • Riders Sports • Rogers & Rogers •
Saddlery Warehouse • Sandhills Performance Ponies • AJ & E Schluter • Signs of Life •
Shackletons Unichem • Stihl Shop Kaitaia • Stonecraft • Top Knotch Traders •
Top Vets • Totalspan • Wendy Crombie-Ray White • Whitelaw Weber
Kaitaia & Districts A & P Association Inc - Kaitaia Show
MEMBERSHIPS 2019/2020

R Braithwaite         Peter Jackson       K Oud
J Burrough            J Kennedy           L Oud
I M Buselich          E Kunicich          S Pearce
L Chuck               M Lo Giacco         G Robinson
P Cunningham          J Macpherson        A Schluter
B Dodds               M Macpherson        S Schluter
D Finlaysoin          K Mason             G Senn
M Gamble              M Matthews          C Travers
M Holland             B McDonald          G Travers
M & J Hudson          T McMahon           R Shepherd
M Hutchings           O Michie            L Walker
Patty Jackson         G O’Brien           L Walker

      GENERAL INFORMATION – STEWARDS

  Chief Steward    M Macpherson       09 408 2766
  Sheep/Wool       G Senn             09 408 0818
  Equestrian       D Finlayson        027 499 2336
  Arabs            K Mason            09 408 7935
  Cattle           Mike Brockbank     09 408 5715
  Dairy Cattle     G Travers          09 9296822
  Trade Space      B McDonald         09 9296822
  Pet Parade       Top Vets           09 408 2838
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Programme of Horse Events - Saturday 22nd February 2020

9:00 am       Park Hacks, Show Hacks, Riding Horse and Saddle Hunter Classes (Main Oval)
9:00 am       Ridden Pony, Show Pony, Saddle Hunter Pony Classes (Main Oval)
9:00 am       Pony Club Classes (Main Oval)
9.00 am       Lead Rein and First Ridden Classes (Main Oval)
1:00 pm       Stock Horse Classes (Main Oval)
1:00 pm       Hunter classes (Main Oval)
1:00 pm       Arabian Horses (Polo Cross field)
1:00 pm       Led Sport Horse Classes/Led Pony Classes (Polo Cross field)
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CONDITIONS OF ENTRY HORSE & PONY SECTION
                                    All competitors must comply with steward’s instructions

    •    Late entry penalty of 50% NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED ON SHOW DAY
    •    Entries will not be acknowledged unless accompanied by entry fees. Entries made by phone or email must have entry fees
         paid immediately by bank deposit. Please email proof of deposit.
    •    Competitors under the age of 25yrs are required to enter their date of birth on entry forms.
    •    Entry Fees, unless otherwise stated, $5.00 per class entered. Members receive a 10% discount.
    •    Prize money unless otherwise stated, 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00
         Four or more entries – Full prize money paid out
         Three or less entries – 1st prize only paid out
         If only 1 entry in class – Ribbon prize only.
    •    Supported classes may be product instead of prize money
    •    Only first place getters to parade for champion, 2nd place getters to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining
         winners for Reserve.
    •    All Horses must have an RAS height certificate to be carried at all times, excluding the Sport Horse, Show Hunter, Stock
         Horse and Pony Club Section.
    •    Entry to Pony Rings, up to 16 yrs (@ the first of August)
    •    Two refusals or failing to jump a fence will eliminate
    •    Stallion entries will be accepted but must be supervised at all times in accordance with current RAS rules. They must have
         an “S” badge attached at all time.
    •    No penning behind tapes or ropes of the horses or ponies while on the show grounds at all times.
    •    In accordance with the Health and Safety Act, the rider must wear an approved safety helmet at all times.

HEALTH & SAFETY:

All Exhibitors agree to comply with the Terms of the Health & Safety to Work Act 2016 and its subsequent amendments.
Kaitaia & Districts A & P will not accept no responsibility in any claim from any person resulting from non-compliance with
the act.

RULES AND REGULATIONS:
All entries to be made under the Rules and Regulations of the Royal Agricultural Society of New Zealand as adopted by the
Association, and no entry will be accepted except on the express condition that the exhibitor shall comply with and submit to such
regulation and rules of the association in all respects.

FORBIDDEN SUBSTANCES:
The Kaitaia & Districts A&P Association is an affiliated A&P Show of the Royal Agricultural society of New Zealand (Inc) and as such
    the rules of the Royal Agricultural Society of New Zealand (Inc) for Forbidden Substances will apply to this show. All matters
pertaining to the Forbidden Substances come under the jurisdiction of the Royal Agricultural Society of New Zealand (Inc) Horse
 steward’s council, Forbidden Substances Judiciary Committee Testing for forbidden substances will be carried out by
     Stewards appointed by the Forbidden Substances Judiciary Committee from nominations made by the Royal
                     Agricultural Society District Committee and subject to approval by KDAP Assn
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HORSE TROPHIES
                    PLEASE RETURN ALL CUPS AND TROPHIES NO LATER THAN SHOW DAY.
          ALL TROPHIES TO BE COLLECTED FROM THE TROPHY STEWARD IN THE SECRETARY’S OFFICE.

HACKS
         McBeth Cup                            Best Local Hack
         N Sloane Trophy                       Champion Hack

PARK HACKS
         Gardner Trophy                        Champion Park Hack
         Peter Gardiner Memorial Trophy        Best Local Hack

INTERMEDIATE PONY
         Thelma Puckey Memorial Trophy         Local Pony on the Flat
         Goodhew Trophy                        Champion Pony
         Gloria Reed                           Challenge Local Rider

JUNIOR PONY
         Patrons Trophy                        Champion Pony on the Flat
         Barry Cup                              Local Rider
         K McKenty Cup                         Most Points
                                               (Local residents only)

SPORT HORSES
         P & G Curtis Tray                     Mare to Breed

                                                 .
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DEFINITIONS

HACK
Over 158 cm The ideal hack should be a sound quality animal with good conformation and even
temperament. A top class hack will also show elegance and gaiety and demonstrate very good movement.
The stride is expected to be long, straight and light, covering a lot of ground with some extravagance.
Exaggerated knee action is not desirable. The hack should possess the qualities of a good riding horse,
presence, elegance and free movement. It is these qualities that catch a Judge’s eye.
PARK HACK
Over 148cm and up to 158cm. The ideal Park Hack should be a sound quality animal with good
conformation and even temperament. A top class Park Hack will also show elegance and gaiety and
demonstrate very good movement. The stride is expected to be long, straight and light, covering a lot of
ground with some extravagance. The Park Hack should possess the qualities of a good riding horse,
presence, elegance and free movement.

SADDLE HUNTER
Over 148cm. The ideal Hunter under Saddle should have substance, be active and well mannered, with
strong easy paces. A Saddle Hunter must be capable of carrying weight for long distances over varied
country. Flat Hunters are expected to gallop in their work out and gallop must play a large part in the
decision of the Judge.

RIDING HORSE
This is a Show Horse of slightly less elegance and gaiety than a Show Hack. Over 148cm, it has more bone
and substance than a Show Hack but is not as heavy as a Hunter; with workman-like strong even paces,
excellent conformation, manners and temperament, and capable of carrying a Lady or Gentleman rider
pleasantly over longer journey’s than a Show Hack.
LEAD REIN & FIRST RIDDEN PONIES
Both leading Rein and First Ridden Ponies should be safe and suitable. They should possess a good front,
even gaits and not too wide for the small riders. The stride should not be too long, as they would unseat the
rider and cause the rider to lose balance. Ideally the First Ridden Pony is a little more scopey in both
conformation and movement than the Leading Rein pony, although many ponies compete successfully in
both sections. Combinations in one section may not enter any other section. Lead Rein riders must be 7
years of age and under. Ponies to be led by an adult with the leading rein attached to the noseband of a
snaffle bridle. Ponies will be asked to walk and trot, no cantering under any circumstances. Running or
bearing reins or similar tackle are not allowed.
PONY
The ideal pony should be a sound quality animal with good conformation and even temperaments. A top
class pony will also show elegance and gaiety and demonstrate very good movement. The stride is
expected to be long, straight and light, covering a lot of ground with some extravagance and free movement.
The pony should possess the qualities of a good riding horse, presence, elegance and free movement.
Ponies should have definite pony type and characteristics.

PONY CLUB
This class is open to all riders up to the age of 24 years. No height certificate is required There is also an
adult ride for those 25 years and over

NOVICE        A Novice exhibit or rider is one that has yet to win six (6) classes in any division within
the competitions provided by any A&P show/event.
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HORSE SECTION
                                 Judging commences 9.00

**A horse may only be entered in the Show Hack or Park Hack or Riding Horse or Saddle Hunter section. A
horse may only be entered in a Lady’s or Gentleman’s class - not both** All entries to carry current RAS
height certificate.

     Supreme Ridden Horse – Sponsored by Kelaray Stud Garland and
                           $100 Cash Prize
Combined Best Presented & Rider Classes - For Show Hacks, Park Hacks, Riding Horses & Saddle
Hunter Horses.

31      Presented Show Hack, Park Hack, Riding Horse or Saddle Hunter & Rider
       Vouchers supported by Saddlery Warehouse
32     Local Horse – Park Hack, Show Hack, Saddle Hunter & Riding Horse combined
       Supported by Laser Electrical
33     Novice Rider, 17 years & over, 0-5 wins Supported by Ray White Kaitaia
34     Youth or Girl Rider,17 years & under 21 years Supported by The Braithwaite Family
35     Best Rider, 21 years & over Supported by Kaitaia Water Centre

                             Champion & Reserve Champion Adult Rider.
(To be judged from the winners of classes 33,34, & 35. Second placed rider to the Champion is to be judged
                         alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion.

                         RIDERS SPORTS
          PARK HACK RING - over 148cm & not exceeding 158cm

**A horse may only be entered in the Show Hack or Park Hack or Riding Horse or Saddle Hunter section. A
horse may only be entered in a Lady’s or Gentleman’s class - not both**

36     Novice Park Hack, 0-2 wins Supported by Riders Sports
37     Novice Park Hack, 0-5 wins Supported by Back2wood Demolition

                          Champion & Reserve Champion Novice Park Hack
(To be judged from the winners of classes 36 & 37. Second placed Novice Park Hack to the Champion is to
                    be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion)

38     Novice Paced & Mannered Park Hack, 0-5 wins Supported by Riders Sports
39     Open Park Hack, over 148cm & not exceeding 153cm Supported by Braithwaite Family
40     Open Park Hack, over 153cm & not exceeding 158cm Supported by Hard Core Contracting Ltd
41     Open Lady’s Park Hack on Type - Lady or Gentleman Rider Supported by Resene Colorshop
42     Open Gentleman’s Park Hack on Type - Lady or Gentleman Rider Supported by Laser Electrical

Champion & Reserve Champion Open Park Hack – Gardner Trophy (To be judged from the winners of
  classes 39,40,41 & 42. Second placed horse to the Champion is to be judged alongside the remaining
                                   winners for Reserve Champion.

43     Open Paced & Mannered Park Hack Supported by Riders Sports
SHOW HACK RING - over 158cm
                             Judging follows Park Hack

**A horse may only be entered in the Show Hack or Park Hack or Riding Horse or Saddle Hunter section. A
horse may only be entered in a Lady’s or Gentleman’s class - not both**

44     Novice Show Hack, 0-2 wins Supported by Far North Tyre Services
45     Novice Show Hack, 0-5 wins Supported by Laser Electrical

  Champion & Reserve Novice Show Hack (To be judged from the winners of classes 44 & 45. Second
   placed horse to the Champion is to be judged alongside the remaining winners for reserve Champion.

46     Novice Paced & Mannered Show Hack, 0-5 wins Supported by Pukenui Holiday Park
47     Open Show Hack, over 158cm & not exceeding 163cm Supported by Mastercraft Kitchens
48     Open Show Hack, over 163cm Supported by Hard Core Contracting Ltd
49     Open Lady’s Hack on Type - Lady or Gentleman Rider Supported by Back2Wood Demolition
50     Open Gentleman’s Hack on Type - Lady or Gentleman Rider Supported by Wendy Crombie Ray
       White

Champion & Reserve Champion Open Show Hack – N Sloane Trophy (To be judged from the winners
 of Classes 47,48,49 & 50. Second placed horse to the Champion will be judged alongside the remaining
                                   winners for Reserve Champion.

51 Open Paced & Mannered Show Hack Supported by Carpet Court

                               PanelLock Homes
                         RIDING HORSE RING - Over 148cm
                            Judging follows Show Hack

**A horse may only be entered in the Show Hack or Park Hack or Riding Horse or Saddle Hunter section. A
horse may only be entered in a Lady’s or Gentleman’s class - not both**

52 Novice     Riding Horse, 0-2 wins Supported by PanelLock Homes
53 Novice     Riding Horse, 0-5 wins Supported by PanelLock Homes

 Champion & Reserve Champion Novice Riding Horse. (To be judged from the winners of classes 52 &
   53. Second Placed horse to the Champion is to be judged alongside remaining winners for Reserve
                                            Champion.)

54     Novice Paced & Mannered Riding Horse, 0-5 wins Supported by PanelLock Homes
55     Open Riding Horse, over 148cm & not exceeding 163cm Supported by PanelLock Homes
56     Open Riding Horse, over 163cm Supported by PanelLock Homes
57     Open Lady’s Riding Horse on Type - Lady or Gentleman Rider Supported by PanelLock Homes
58     Open Gentleman’s Riding Horse on Type - Lady or Gentleman Rider Supported by Foster Motors

Champion & Reserve Champion Open Riding Horse. (To be judged from the winners of classes 55,56,57
 & 58. Second placed horse to the Champion is to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve
                                             Champion.)

59     Open Paced & Mannered Riding Horse Supported by Carpet Court
SADDLE HUNTER RING - Over 148cm

**A horse may only be entered in the Show Hack or Park Hack or Riding Horse or Saddle Hunter section. A
horse may only be entered in a Lady’s or Gentleman’s class - not both**

60     Novice Saddle Hunter, 0-2 wins Supported by Carpet Court
61     Novice Saddle Hunter, 0-5 wins Supported by Back2wood Demolition

Champion & Reserve Champion Novice Saddle Hunter. (To be judged from the winners of classes 60 &
 61. Second placed horse to the Champion is to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve
                                             Champion.)

62     Novice Paced & Mannered Saddle Hunter, 0-5 wins Supported by Stihl Shop
63     Open Saddle Hunter, over 148cm & not exceeding 163cm Supported by Ray White Kaitaia
64     Open Saddle Hunter, over 163cm Supported by Foster Motors
65     Open Lady’s Saddle Hunter on Type - Lady or Gentleman Rider Supported by Pukenui Holiday
       Park
66     Open Gentleman’s Saddle Hunter on Type - Lady or Gentleman Rider Supported by Stihl Shop

    Champion & Reserve Champion Open Saddle Hunter (To be judged from the winners of classes
 63,64,65 & 66. Second placed horse to the Champion is to be judged alongside the remaining winners for
                                          Reserve Champion.)

67     Open Paced & Mannered Saddle Hunter Supported by Resene Colorshop
EMPIRE MART
                                    HACK HUNTERS
HUNTER CLASSES: Height 90cm – 1m

141   Eye Opener Supported by Empire Mart
142   Rider over Hurdles Supported by Far North Chiropractic
143   Local Hunter Supported by Empire Mart
144   Novice Hunter 0 – 5 wins Supported by Empire Mart
145   Novice Hunter 0 – 2 wins Supported by Hard Core Contracting Ltd
146   Open Hunter Supported by Sloane Livestock. ENTRY FEE: $10
      Money: 1st $40; 2nd $20; 3rd $15
147   Special Hunter Supported by Empire Mart
148   Handy Hunter Supported by Hard Core Contracting Ltd
149   Wire Jump Supported by Braithwaite Family

  CHAMPION & RESERVE HUNTER (1st PLACE GETTERS FROM CLASSES, 144 - 148, 2nd
                      PLACE GETTERS TO STAND BY)
RIDDEN PONY SECTION
                                 Judging commences 9.00
A pony may only be entered in the Show Pony ring or the Saddle Hunter Pony Ring - Not Both. Combined
section open to both Show Pony & Saddle Hunter Pony All novice pony classes are open to riders of any
age. Adults may Ride ponies in Novice Classes only. All ages of riders are taken as at 01/08/18. All
competitors to carry current RAS Height Certificate

Combined Best Presented & Rider Classes
71   Best presented Show Pony or Saddle Hunter Pony, Rider & Equipment
     Vouchers supported by Saddlery Warehouse
72   Local Rider 12 years & under (Barry Cup)-Local Residents only Supported by Bruce Travers
     Builder
73   Local Rider 13-16 years (Gloria Reed Challenge Trophy)-Local Residents only
     Supported by Kaitaia Water Centre
74   Local Pony – Show Pony or Saddle Hunter Pony (Thelma Puckey Memorial Trophy)- Local
     Resident only Supported by Ray White Kaitaia
75   Best Novice Junior Rider, 0-5 wins Supported by Totalspan
76   Best Rider, 11 years & under Supported by Mastercraft Kitchens Kaitaia
77   Best Rider, 12,13 & 14 years Supported by Kaitaia Glass & Aluminium
78   Best Rider, 15 & 16 years Supported Far North Tyres Service

Champion & Reserve Champion Junior Rider (To be judged from the winners of classes 75, 76,77 & 78.
  Second Placed Rider to the Champion Junior rider is to be judged alongside the remaining winners for
                                        Reserve Champion)

                                          L J HOOKER
                                        SHOW PONY RING
A pony may only be entered in the Show Pony ring or the Saddle Hunter Pony Ring - Not Both

81 Novice Show Pony 148cm & under 0-2 wins Supported by L J Hooker
82 Novice Show Pony 148cm & under 0-5 wins Supported Far North Tyre Service

 Champion & Reserve Novice Show Pony (To be judged from the winners of classes 81 & 82. Second
 placed pony to the champion is to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve Champion) 83
 Novice Paced & Mannered Show pony 148cm & under 0-5 wins Supported by Sandhills Performance
                                                Ponies

84     Open Show Pony, not exceeding 128cm Supported by LJ Hooker
85     Open Show Pony, over 128cm & not exceeding 138cm Supported by Sandhills Performance
       Ponies
86     Open Show Pony, over 138cm & not exceeding 148cm Supported by L J Hooker

Champion & Reserve Open Show Pony – Goodhew Trophy (To be judged from the winners of classes
 84, 85 & 86. Second placed pony to the Champion is to be judged alongside the remaining winners for
                                        Reserve Champion.)

87     Open Paced & Mannered Show Pony 148cm & under Supported by LJ Hooker
SADDLE HUNTER PONY RING
A pony may only be entered in the Show Pony ring or the Saddle Hunter Pony Ring - Not Both

88     Novice Saddle Hunter Pony 148cm & under, 0-2 wins Supported by Wendy Crombie-Ray White
89     Novice Saddle Hunter Pony 148cm & under, 0-5 wins Supported by Bells Produce

  Champion & Reserve Novice Saddle Hunter Pony (To be judged from the winners of classes 88 & 89,
 Second placed pony to the Champion is to be judged alongside remaining winners for Reserve Champion.)
90    Novice Paced & Mannered Saddle Hunter Pony 148cm & under, 0-5 wins Supported by Totalspan
91    Open Saddle Hunter Pony, not exceeding 128cm Supported by Sandhills Performance Ponies
92    Open Saddle Hunter Pony, over 128cm & not exceeding 138cm K Oud Contracting
93    Open Saddle Hunter Pony, over 138cm & not exceeding 148cm
      supported by Sandhills Performance Ponies

Champion & Reserve Open Saddle Hunter Pony – Patrons Trophy (To be judged from the winners of
classes 91,92 & 93. Second placed pony to the Champion is to be judged alongside the remaining winners
                                       for Reserve Champion.)

94     Open Paced & Mannered Saddle Hunter Pony 148cm & under Supported by Stihl Shop
LEAD REIN SECTION
                                   Judging commences 9.00

In this section, the judging criteria is 60% suitability, temperament and safeness, & 40% conformation &
paces. Riders in this section may not enter any other section. Riders must be under 8 years of age and a
minimum of 4 years of age as at 01/08/18. Ponies to be led by an attendant (14 years & over) with the lead
rein attached to the cavesson noseband of a snaffle bridle. Ponies will be asked to walk & trot - no cantering
under any circumstances. All entries to carry current RAS height certificate.

101    Best presented Rider, Pony & Handler Vouchers supported by Saddlery Warehouse
102    Novice Lead Rein Pony, not exceeding 128cm 0-5 wins Supported by Far North Chirpractic
103    Open Lead Rein Pony, not exceeding 123cm Supported by K Oud Contracting
104    Open Lead Rein Pony, over 123cm & not exceeding 128cm Supported by Carters Tyres

 Champion & Reserve Champion Lead Rein Pony (to be judged from the winners of classes 102,103 &
  104. Second placed Pony to the Champion to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve
                                            Champion)

105    Open Paced & Mannered Lead Rein Pony Supported by Mastercraft Kitchens Kaitaia
106    Best Lead Rein Rider Supported by Resene Paints

                                        STONECRAFT
                                   FIRST RIDDEN SECTION

This is a transition ring from being led to riding on your own. Riders in this section may not enter any other
section. A First Ridden Rider is only able to compete in the First Ridden Section for a maximum of twenty-
four months from the date of their first Show. The age limit in the First Ridden Section is under 10 years as
at 01/08/18. In this section the judging criteria is 60% suitability, temperament & safeness and 40%
conformation & paces. No Cantering on the Circle, Canter only during individual workouts. All entries to
carry current RAS height certificate.

111    Best Presented First Ridden Pony, Rider & Equipment – Supported by Kaitaia Glass &
       Aluminium
112    Novice First Ridden Pony, not exceeding 138cm 0-5 wins – Supported by Riders Sports
113    Open First Ridden Pony, not exceeding 128cm – Supported by Stonecraft
114    Open First Ridden Pony, over 128cm & not exceeding 138cm Supported by Riders Sports

 Champion & Reserve Champion First Ridden Pony (To be judged from the winners of classes 112, 113
 & 114. Second placed pony to the Champion is to be judged alongside the remaining winners for Reserve
                                             Champion)
115    Paced & Mannered First Ridden Pony 0-5 wins – Supported by Stonecraft

116    Open Paced & Mannered First Ridden Pony – Supported by Kaitaia Glass & Aluminium
117    Novice First Ridden Rider 0-5 wins -- Supported by Stonecraft
118    Open First Ridden Rider – Supported by Stonecraft
EMPIRE MART
                                   PONY HUNTER CLASSES

Heights 60cm – 80cms

241     Eye Opener Supported by Empire Mart
242     Novice Rider 0 – 5 wins Supported by Empire Mart
243     Rider 12yrs and under Supported by Fosters
244     Rider 13yrs and over Supported by Oilway Hydraulics
245     Local Rider 12yrs and under Supported by Bells Produce Kaitaia
246     Local Rider 13yrs and over Supported by Empire Mart
247     Novice Pony Hunter 0 – 2 wins Supported by Oilway Hydraulics
248     Novice Pony Hunter 0 – 5 wins Supported by Macs Saddlery 249 Open Hunter Supported by
        Sloane Livestock; ENTRY FEE $10
        Prize Money: 1st $40; 2nd $20; 3rd $15
250     Handy Hunter Supported by Empire Mart
251     Wire Jump Supported by Macs Saddlery

 CHAMPION AND RESERVE HUNTER (1st PLACE GETTERS FROM CLASSES, 247 - 250, 2nd
                      PLACE GETTERS TO STAND BY)

                                         PONY CLUB RING

                                       Judging to commence at 9:00 am
      Entry Fee: $5.00 per class Prize Money 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00 Ribbon only for 4th Place

OPEN TO RIDERS 3 YEARS AND UP TO 24 YEARS. OPEN TO ALL HACKS AND PONIES NO HEIGHT
                              CERTIFICATE REQUIRED

121     Best Presented Mount, Rider & Gear
122     Rider 6 years and under (on or off lead)
123     Rider on the Flat 7-12 years Supported by Craig Maisey Builders & Glass Ltd
124     Rider on the Flat 13-16 years
125     Rider on the Flat 17 years and up to 24 years
126     Best Walk, Trot & Halt (12 years and under on or off lead)
127     Best Walk, Trot, Canter & Halt
128     Best Figure of 8
129     Best Combination (open to all competitors)
130     Walk, Trot, Jump (open to all competitors)
131     Walk, Trot, Canter, Jump (open to all competitors)
132     School Mount (To carry 2 or more riders)

 CHAMPION AND RESERVE PONY CLUB MOUNT (1st PLACE GETTERS FROM CLASSES), 2nd PLACE
                            GETTERS TO STAND BY)
STOCK HORSE RING
                              Judging to commence at 1:00pm in Main Oval
                Entry Fee: $5.00 per class Prize Money 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00
                                Age required on entry for Junior Classes
NOTE: ALL RIDERS MUST WEAR RED TAGGED SAFETY HELMETS.

161    Best Turned Out, Stock Horse, Rider and Gear
162     Best Walking Stock Horse
163    Versatile Stock Horse Supported by Empire Mart
164     Versatile Stock Horse, Rider 12yrs and under
165    Riding Pattern (Walk, Trot, Figure 8, Canter Figure 8)
166     Riding Pattern, 12 years and under (Walk, Trot, Figure 8, Canter Figure 8)
167    Open & Shut Gate (keeping hand on gate throughout)
168    Trail Class (Poles, Water, Dismount, Remount opposite Side, Back Through Poles)
169    Junior Trail Class, 12yrs and under
170     Bending Race
171    Junior bending, 12 years and under
172    Flag Race
173    Junior flag race, 12 years and under
174    Tow Bag, open to all
175    Progressive Race, open to all
176    Local Stock Horse, open to all local stock horses Supported by Empire Mart
177    Junior barrel race, 12 years and under
178    Barrel Race

              SENIORCHAMPION AND RESERVE STOCK HORSE AND RIDER
      (BASED ON POINTS 1st = 10, 2nd = 6, 3rd = 4) Excluding class 176, Local Stock Horse

 JUNIOR CHAMPION AND RESERVE STOCK HORSE AND RIDER POINTS FROM CLASSES
                       164, 166, 169, 171, 173, 177 only.
SPORT HORSE and PONY RING

Judging to commence at 1.00pm (Polo cross Field) Entry Fee $5.00 per Class. Prize Money 1st $15.00, 2nd
                           $10.00, 3rd $5.00 No Height Certificate Required,

181   Best presented Horse and Handler. Supported by Ninety Mile Motors
182   Mare to Breed from, open to all ages (PG Curtis Trophy)
183   1 – 3 year old Filly, Colt, or Gelding suitable for Dressage Supported by Ninety Mile Motors
184   1 – 3 year old Filly, Colt, or Gelding suitable for Show jumping
185   1 – 3 year old Filly, Colt, or Gelding suitable for Eventing

                              Champion & Reserve Sport Horse Junior

186   Sport Horse 4 years and over Mare, Stallion or Gelding Supported by Ninety Mile Motors
187   Best Sport Horse suitable for Dressage 4 years and over
188   Best Sport Horse suitable for Showing 4 years and over
189   Best Sport Horse suitable for Show jumping 4 years and over
190   Best Sport Horse suitable for Eventing 4 years and over

191   Best Sport Horse suitable for Hunting 4 years and over

                          Champion & Reserve Sport Horse, 4yrs and over

                                          LED PONIES
192   Best Presented Pony and Handler
193    Pony Mare to Breed
194   1 - 3 year old Filly, Colt, or Gelding Led Pony
195   Led Pony 4 years and over Mare, Stallion or Gelding

                                   Champion & Reserve Led Pony

196   Led Pony suitable for Dressage
197    Led Pony suitable for showing
198    Led Pony suitable for Pony Club
199   Led Pony suitable for Jumping

                            Supreme Champion in Hand Sport Horse
KELARAY STUD
                                               ARABIAN RING
                                  Classes to commence at 1:00 pm on Polo cross field
                        Entry Fee $5.00 per Class. Prize Money 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00
                                NO HEIGHT CERTIFICATE REQUIRED
LED CLASSES
211  Best presented Purebred & Derivative
212  Junior Purebred 3yrs and under
213  Junior Derivative 3yrs and under
214  Purebred Mare 4yrs and over
215  Purebred Male 4yrs and over
216  Derivative Mare 4yrs and over
217  Derivative Male 4yrs and over

                     CHAMPION & RESERVE LED PUREBRED ARABIAN
                     CHAMPION & RESERVE LED DERIVATIVE ARABIAN

218  Purebred Most Classic Head
219  Purebred Most Classic Action
220  Derivative Quality Head
221  Derivative Quality Action
222  Showmanship at Halter (Combined)
RIDDEN CLASSES
223  Best Presented Horse and Rider (Purebred and Derivative)
224  Novice Purebred 0-5 wins
225  Novice Derivative 0-5 wins
226  Open Purebred
227  Open Derivative
228  Paced and Mannered Purebred
229  Paced and Mannered Derivativ

                          CHAMPION & RESERVE RIDDEN ARABIAN
TROPHIES

              PLEASE RETURN ALL CUPS AND TROPHIES NO LATER THAN SHOW DAY
              ALL TROPHIES TO BE COLLECTED FROM THE TROPHY STEWARD IN THE
                                   SECRETARYS OFFICE
          ALL WINNERS OF THE 2015 CHALLENGE TROPHIES ARE REQUESTED TO RETURN
                          SAME TO SECRETARY PRIOR TO SHOW DAY

                         KAITAIA and DISTRICTS A&P ASSOCIATION
                                   NAIT NUMBER 441834
                DAIRY and BEEF CATTLE RULES REGARDING TB REGULATIONS

    For animals from herds which are under movement restrictions imposed by and Official Directive or
    Restricted Place Notice by the Animal Health Board – the owner will have to satisfy the requirements of
    the Movement Control Notice before animals can move off the property to the Show. Provided these
    requirements are met, the AHB cannot prevent these animals from being shown. However, A & P
    Associations may choose not to accept such animals in the interests of other exhibitors. The RAS & the
    AHB strongly recommended A & P Associations do not accept such animals.
•   For animals from Declared Movement Control Areas – all animals over the age of 90 days are to be
    tested, and have a clear test within 60 days prior to being moved to the show.
•   For animals from C10 status herds in Surveillance Areas (e.g. Northland)
    No test is required but a clearly dated test allocation form or other documentation from the AHB must be
    submitted that shows the herd is not overdue for a whole herd test.
•   For animals from all other areas – if the herd has a C3 status or better, no test is required PROVIDED
    the whole herd test was within 12 months prior to the show, a) if the last whole herd test was within 12
    months prior to the show, then show cattle          over one year MUST have a clear test within the current
    show season. b) If the herd has a status of C1 or C2, then show cattle over 1 year old MUST have clear
    test within the current show season.
Northern District RAS • Young Parader 2019-2020
                                         Competition for Dairy and Beef Sections

The aim of this competition is to encourage young people to enhance their skills on animal handling
and knowledge whilst fostering showmanship between competitors as we as having an opportunity
to bridge the gap between calf club and the pedigree ring
•      This competition is run in the Northern District only and the overall top four placings will be selected
       from participants who live within the Northern Districts RAS region.
•      Competitors in the Junior competition are to be aged 5 – 12 (inclusive), whilst competitors in the
       Senior competition are to be aged 13 -19 (inclusive). All ages are as of October 1st of the current
       show season. Competitors may be asked for proof of age on show day.
•      Entry is to be free for all competitors
•      In the both the dairy and beef competitions, junior competitors may only enter a calf and senior
       competitors may enter either a calf or yearling only
•      The competitor may only enter the beef or dairy class – not both. Any competitor recorded competing
       in both the dairy and beef section will be excluded from the overall competition
•      To be eligible for the overall Northern District Young Parader prize, the competitor must complete in
       four or more Northern District A & P shows in the particular class for the current Show season.
•      The competitor may enter as many shows as they wish, however their final score will be calculated
       as an average from their top four shows.
•      The highest scoring Northern District competitors in each of the four classes will receive $100 for 1st
       place, $75 for 2nd, $50 for 3rd and $25 for 4th place, sponsored by the Northern District RAS.
•      Judges are to line-up all competitors. Shows are to record the names of all entrants regardless of
       placing
       Results will be published on the Northern Districts RAS Youth Facebook page shortly after each
       show in order to track the competition. Please contact this page directly with any queries.
       Points are to be awarded as follows (regardless of number of competitors in the class)
       1st = 6, 2nd = 5, 3rd = 4, 4th = 3, 5th = 2, 6th = 1
Judging Guidelines
Presentation of the competitor
•      The competitor will wear a plain white shirt with dark pants and clean, strong, appropriate boots
       For cattle handling. No open footwear or gumboots are permitted.
•      No logos or advertising, including stud names to be present on any clothing including hats
Presentation of Animal
•      The animal itself is not judged however the general presentation is taken into consideration as the
       youth will have prepared the animal for the ring.
•      Rope, leather, chain and nylon halters are permitted. It should be clean and fit the animal correctly
•      For beef competitors if a show stick is carried it must be carried correctly.
Parading of the animal
•      The competitor should aim to display the animal in such a manner that the judge gains a clear view
       of the animal at all times and that the animal is seen to the best of its ability.
•      Emphasis is placed on the effort of the competitor to be able to parade and handle in general
       regardless of the particular animal on the end of the halter, therefore senior competitors will be
       requested to swap animals (juniors will not)
•      The competitor should be able to stop, move the animal on and keep under control whilst being
       aware of where the judge is in the ring
•      Outside assistance is not permitted under any circumstances and competitors will be
       disqualified
BEEF & FAT STOCK
•   Prize money may be substituted by products
•   Classes for ANY DISTINCT BREED must be stated on the entry form
•   Three or less entries in class, No Prize Money, Ribbons only
•   First prize bull in any breed, judge for Champion and Reserve
•   First prize female in any breed, judged for Champion and Reserve
•   Unregistered section NOT eligible for Championship ribbons
•   The age of junior yearlings is to be computed on or after June 1. All beef bulls 2 years and over must
    be ringed and led. All bulls must be securely tied in the stalls by an adequate halter as well as a
    leather collar or chain.
    All pedigree cattle one year and over must be registered with the
    Breed Society

                            BALLANCE FERTILISER
                        POINTS PRIZE FOR BEEF STOCK

                         At Broadwood A&P Show & Kaitaia A&P Show
           Accumulative Points Prize over the 2 shows to be competed for in each section
                                              RULES:
                        Open to all competitors of all classes of each show
           Competitors must enter both shows • Allocation of Points as per show schedule
                    Five or more entries – 1st 6 points, 2nd 4 points, 3rd 1 point
            Where there are less than 5 entries 1st 5 points, 2nd 3 points, & 3rd 1 point
                 Ties count as one win each, No points for Champion or Reserve
CARRFIELDS BEEF CATTLE SECTION
                      Judging Commences 10am Sharp • Entry Fee: $5.00 per Class
                             Prize Money 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00

                                               TROPHIES
                                      TI Coulter Cup Champion Bull
                                     Borthwick Cup Champion Female

                                        REGISTERED SECTION
301   Bull 2 years and over
302   Bull, Yearling
303   Cow with calf at foot (age of calf to be stated)
304   Heifer, 2 years and over
305   Heifer, 2 years with calf at foot
306   Heifer, Yearling
307   Best Bull Calf in Show
308   Best Heifer Calf in Show

                                     CHAMPION BULL & RESERVE
                           TJ Coulter Cup, Supported by Bushmans Hut Kaitaia

                                    CHAMPION FEMALE & RESERVE
                                           Borthwick Cup

                                        UN-REGISTERED SECTION
309   Bull, 2 years and over
310   Bull, Yearling
311   Cow with calf at foot (age of calf to be stated)
312   Heifer, 2 years and over
313   Heifer, Yearling
314   Best calf in show
315   Young Handlers Class (open to handlers 12 years and under)
316   Young Handlers Class (open to handlers 13-18 years)

                                             FAT STOCK

                    Judging Commences on the Conclusion of the Beef Cattle section
               Entry Fee: $5.00 per Class • Prize Money 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00

                                               TROPHIES
                   W & R Fletcher Silver Tray Chiller Steer • Fred Foster Trophy Fat Ox

317   Local Trade (162kg to 220kg)
318   Chiller (295kg to 320kg)
319   Fat Ox (320kg and over
FAR NORTH VETS DAIRY CATTLE SECTION
                                     Judging Commences 9.30am
                                          DAIRY TROPHIES
                   Dallas Schluter Memorial Trophy- Most Points over the Dairy Section
                   Don Blumhardt Memorial Trophy – Supreme Champion Other Breeds
FRIESIAN
      Centennial Cup (M & J Hudson)     Dairy Heifer in Milk
      Kunicich Cup               Yearling Heifer
      National Bank Cup                 Most Points Friesian Section

AYRSHIRE
     Dalgety Crown Cup                Champion Cow
     Creed Trophy              Yearling Heifer
     Deans Awanui Foodmarket Cup      Heifer Calf
     Merv Dean Memorial Trophy        Best Uddered Cow
     National Bank Trophy             Most Points Junior Section

ALL BREEDS
     Northland Dairy Company Cup      Dairy Cow In Milk 6 Years & Over
     D Archibald Cup                  Champion All Breeds Cow
     Royal Vale Trophy                Best Uddered Cow or Heifer in Milk
     Tiller Trophy             Yearling Heifer

ORDER OF THE RING:
The first classes will be 441 & 442 (Young Handlers) Followed by Milk Breed classes followed by in milk All
                  Breeds, followed by Junior Breed classes, then Junior All Breed Classes
  Entry Fee: $5.00 per Class • Prize Money 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00 unless otherwise stated
                                  Age as at 1 Jan unless otherwise stated
             For overnight grazing and milking please phone Gavin Travers on 09-4084063

                           TOP OF THE NORTH FARMERS FERTILISER
                                  POINTS FOR DAIRY STOCK
            Accumulated Points Prize over the two shows to be competed for in each section
                       At Broadwood A & P Show & at Kaitaia & Districts A & P Show
                        1st Prize – Voucher from Ballance Fertiliser, Whangarei
          Open to all competitors of all classes of each show. Competitors must enter both shows.
                                 Allocation of points as per show schedule
                  Five or more entries 1st 6 points, 2nd 4 points, 3rd 2 points, 4th 1 point
               Where there are less than five entries 1st 5 points, 2nd 3 points, 3rd 1 point

                              NO POINTS FOR CHAMPION OR RESERVE
REGISTERED HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN SECTION

401   Heifer in Milk 2 years (Centennial Cup) Supported by M & J Hudson
      1st $25.00, 2nd 15.00, 3rd $10.00)
402   Cow in Milk 3 years Supported by Far North Vets
      Vouchers 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20
403   Cow in Milk 4 or 5 years
404   Cow in Milk 6 years and over Supported by T & E Schluter, Pekerau Stud
      1st $25.00, 2nd 15.00, 3rd $10.00
405   Best Uddered Cow or Heifer in Milk Norm of the North, Supported by N & S
      Bryan, 1st $25.00, 2nd 15.00, 3rd $10.00

                           CHAMPION & RESERVE HOLSTEIN COW
                           Sponsored by NORTH COUNTRY GRAINS

406   Senior Progeny Group (Two cows in milk by the same Sire, or Mother & Daughter,
      or two daughters of the same Cow, at least one being in milk)
407   Senior Group (Three Cows in Milk)
408   Autumn Yearling Heifer (1st January – 31st May)
409   Yearling Heifer (1st June – 31 December) Supported by Kaitaia Tractors, 1st $25.00,
      15.00, 3rd $10.00
410   Autumn Heifer Calf (1st January – 31st May
411   Spring Heifer Calf (1st Jun – 31st Dec) Supported by Far North Holstein Friesian Club

                           JUNIOR HOLSTEIN CHAMPION AND RESERVE
                      Supported by NORTH COUNTRY GRAINS and FIBRE FRESH

412   Pair of Yearling Heifers (Autumn or Spring)
413   Pair of Heifer Calves (Autumn or Spring)
414   Junior Progeny Group (Junior Progeny Group. Two females by the same sire,
      Yearlings or Calves, Autumn or Spring
AYRSHIRE SECTION
415   Heifer in Milk 2 years old. Supported by Kaitaia Motorcyles
      1st $25.00, 2nd $15.00, 3rd $10.00
416   Cow in Milk 3 years old Supported by Northland Ayrshires
      1st $25.00, 2nd $15.00 3rd $10.00
417   Cow in Milk 4-5 years Supported by Blumhardt Family, Birchlands Stud
      1st $25.00, 2nd $15.00, 3rd $10.00
418   Cow in Milk 6 years and over Supported by Murray Bath – Elmbury Stud
      1st $25.00, 2nd $15.00, 3rd $10.00
419   Best Uddered Cow or Heifer in Milk Merv Dean Memorial Trophy
      Vouchers Supported by Far North Vets 1st $50, 2nd $30, 3rd $20

                CHAMPION & RESERVE AYRSHIRE COW - Dalgety Crown Cup
                       Supported by NORTH COUNTRY GRAINS
420   Senior Progeny Group (Two cows in milk by the same sire, or mother & daughter,
      or two daughters of the same cow) Supported by Far North Ayrshire Club
      1st $25.00, 2nd $15.00, 3rd $10.00
421   Senior Group (Three cows in milk)
422   Autumn Yearling Heifer (1 January – 31 May)
423   Spring Yearling Heifer (1 June – 31 December)
      Supported by Gavin Travers 1st $25.00, 2nd $15.00, 3rd $10.00)
424   Autumn Heifer Calf (1 January – 31 May)
425   Spring Heifer Calf (1 June – 31 December) Deans Awanui Foodmarket Cup

                    JUNIOR CHAMPION & RESERVE AYRSHIRE - Creed Trophy
                   Sponsored by NORTH COUNTRY GRAINS and FIBRE FRESH
426   Pair Yearling Heifers (Autumn or Spring) Supported by Farmlands
427   Pair Heifer Calves (Autumn or Spring) Supported by Farmlands
428   Junior Progeny Group Two Females by same sire, Yearlings or Calves, Autumn
      or Spring

                              OTHER BREEDS & CROSS BREEDS

429   Heifer or Cow in Milk 2 or 3 years
430   Cow in Milk 4 years and over

                          CHAMPION & RESERVE OTHER BREEDS COW
                            Supported by NORTH COUNTRY GRAINS

431   Yearling Heifer (Autumn or Spring)
432   Heifer Calf (Autumn or Spring)

                      JUNIOR OTHER BREEDS CHAMPION & RESERVE
                         Supported by NORTH COUNTRY GRAINS
ALL BREEDS SECTION
                                              Entry Fee: $5.00 per class
                              Open to Pedigree or Grade Stock of Any Dairy or Cross Breed

433   Heifer in Milk 2 years Supported by Ambreed NZ Ltd
      Vouchers, 1st $40.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00, 4th $10.00
434   Farm Source Kaitaia Cow in Milk 3yrs - Vouchers, 1st $40.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00, 4th $10.00
435   Cow in Milk 4 or 5 years – Supported by Kane Wells Contracting
      1st $40.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00, 4th $10.00
436   Farm Source Kaitaia, Cow in Milk 6 years or over
      NDC Cup & Vouchers, 1st $50.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00, 4th $10.00
437   Royal Vale Trophy, Best Uddered Cow or Heifer in Milk
      Supported by Far North Vets - Vouchers1st $40.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00, 4th $10.00
438   Mate Radich Far North District Council Cow or Heifer in Milk, any age
      Bred by local resident of the old Mangonui County district area
      1st $40.00, 2nd, $30.00, 3rd $20.00, 4th $10.00

                           CHAMPION & RESERVE ALL BREEDS COW
                            Supported by NORTH COUNTRY GRAINS

439   PGG Wrightsons Kaitaia, Yearling Heifer (Autumn or Spring)
      1st $40.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00, 4th $10.00 (Plus Tiller Trophy)
440   Livestock Improvement, Heifer Calf (Autumn or Spring)
      Vouchers, 1st $75.00, 2nd $50.00, 3rd $25.00, 4th $10.00

                           JUNIOR ALL BREEDS CHAMPION & RESERVE
                             Supported by NORTH COUNTRY GRAINS

                      NORTHERN DISTRICTS RAS YOUTH HANDLER Classes
                      (NO ENTRY FEE) (See information at start of Beef Section)
                              Prize Money 1st $20.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00
                                   (Open to handlers 19 years or under)
                          All young handlers require to supply their date of birth
                     Will be run as two classes provided there are adequate entries

441   Northern Districts RAS Youth Handler Class 12 years and under.
442   Northern Districts RAS Youth Handler Class 13-19 Years

              POULTRY, SMALL ANIMALS & SHEEP SECTION
                                                   Conditions:

                                   All birds must be penned by 8.30am

                                  TROPHY: BEST POULTRY IN SHOW
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