Schedule 150th Celebration - Duvauchelle Agricultural and Pastoral Association (Inc) - Showday Online

 
Schedule 150th Celebration - Duvauchelle Agricultural and Pastoral Association (Inc) - Showday Online
Duvauchelle Agricultural
 and Pastoral Association
          (Inc)
            Incorporated 1913

Schedule
 150 Celebration
       th
    Saturday, 12th January 2019

 Closing Date for Horse Entries:
       December 14, 2018
      RAS Regulations -
  Strictly No Day Measuring
 For Non-District Competitors
Schedule 150th Celebration - Duvauchelle Agricultural and Pastoral Association (Inc) - Showday Online
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Contact Details
President:
Phil Bremner. 25 Forbes Road, (PO Box 147) Tai Tapu 7645 Christchurch Phone:
03-329 6346 Mobile: 0272210781
Secretary:
Tania Bradley. PO Box 19, Akaroa 7542.
Email: duvauchelleshow@gmail.com

Membership - an invitation to you...
Members are sent a Schedule and enjoy free admission to the Show. They also
have the benefit of discounted entry fees in horse classes. Please encourage your
friends to join the Association.

Subscriptions for the year 01.05.18 to 30.04.19
Adult $20.00 (includes two gate passes valued at $20.00 + a district ticket)
Junior $5.00 (16 years and under on Show Day, includes one gate pass)

Admission to Show Grounds:
Adults $10.00
Children 16 years and under - Free
Parking - Free

                 Officers of the Association
             for the year ending 30 April, 2019
Patrons: K T Vogan, G J Foley, M V Oborne, P Stronach T R Weir, G Oborne,
President: P Bremner
Senior Vice President: T Kiely
Junior Vice-President: James Dwyer
Trustees: P Bremner (President), T Kiely (Vice President), J Dwyer (Junior Vice
President), T Bradley (Secretary), M Tapley (Past President), G Menzies
(Equestrian Convener), Keith Vogan (Patron), R Stronach (Committee)
Auditor: T Cole, Tony Cole Financial Services Ltd
Honorary Surgeon: Akaroa Medical Centre
Honorary Veterinarian: Vetlife Banks Peninsula
General Committee: K T Vogan, W Johns, T Kiely, I Richardson, Jo Dwyer,
M Tapley, G Menzies, G Oborne, P Stronach, R Stronach, B Thompson, James
Dwyer, A Clark + (All Past Presidents are ex-officio members)
Secretary/Treasurer: T Bradley
Sub-Committees:
Finance: P Bremner (Convenor), M Tapley, I Richardson, W Johns
Sponsorship: M Tapley (Convenor)
Grounds: I Richardson (Convenor), B Thompson (Show), G Oborne (Secretary -
Pony Club), H Le Lievre (Pony Club), P Stronach (Pony Club), A Clark (Pony
Club)
Awards: P Bremner (Convenor), M Tapley, G Foley + a representative from the
Shadbolt Family
Trade Display: W Johns (Convenor), A Clark, R Curry
Horses and Ponies: G Menzies (Convenor), P Stronach, K Vogan, M Tapley, S
Helps, A Clark, H Le Lievre, G Oborne, R Stronach
Pets: H Vogan (Convenor), R Vogan
Shearing: James Dwyer (Convenor), J Stuart & S Bremner (Secretaries) G J
Foley, T Kiely, M Thomson, D McKellar, B Thompson, P Bremner
Indoor: Jo Dwyer (Convenor), N Shanks, K Paulin, A Bowden, J McLellan, C
Oborne, S McAslan, M Moir, E Haylock
Entertainment: P Bremner, T Bradley, A Wadsworth
Terrier Racing: I Richardson (Convenor), P Stronach, B Oborne
Traffic & Parking: BPRFC, Duvauchelle A&P Committee
Health & Safety: S Helps (Convenor), James Dwyer

                         Past Presidents
F W Williams 1913-19; S J Vogan 1920-21; J McKay 1922-24; T Wakelin 1925;
C R Moore 1926; Jas Mould 1927; P Cunningham 1928; T R Mould 1929; P E
Moore 1930; J J Brocherie 1931-32; C D Kay 1933; R Donovan 1934; T W Weir
1935; S H Rhodes 1936; H L Cairns 1937; V Craw 1938; T W Warner 1939; J L
Curry 1940; R A H Stewart 1941-42; L L Craw 1943-44; D J Mould 1945-48; H W
Menzies 1947-48; First Autumn Show abandoned 1945 and 1950; M P Kay 1951;
H O Haylock 1952; A S Mould 1953; A Rex Craw 1954; G E Hueston 1955; T J
Brocherie 1956; I S Kay 1957; K L Brown 1958; N N Mason 1959; B J Donovan
1960; V S Shadbolt 1961; R G A Moore 1962; Mrs N F Calvert 1963; E Evans
1964; D J Burnett 1965; A D G McKay 1966; D R Marshall 1967; H G Marshall
1968; G J Foley 1969; T E T Griffin 1970; A F Helps 1971; R G Kay 1972; J W
Moore 1973; J G B Stronach 1974; M V Oborne 1975-76; K T Vogan 1977-78; D S
Hayward 1979-80; G P J de Latour 1981; A K Rhodes 1982; D S Gunn 1983; M G
Craw 1984; O J Brocherie 1985; T L Craw 1986; A B Haylock 1987; E D Marshall
1988; S D Helps 1989; S E Phillips 1990; M P Shadbolt 1991-92; N L Kay 1993;
H R J Waghorn 1994; N D R Smith 1995; A L Fraser 1996; Mrs P M Stronach
1997; S D Thomas 1998; H Fraser 1999; A R Dalglish 2000; Mrs G Menzies
2001-02; Mrs G Oborne 2003; Mrs P Alston 2004-05; I Richardson 2006-07; H J
Menzies 2008; I J McPherson 2009-11; M Tapley 2012-14; A Humm 2015-17; P
Bremner 2018-
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Indoor Exhibits
Supervising Marshal - Convenor: Jo Dwyer
Door Steward: David Shanks
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      Stewards: D Wren, P Lawson, Meg Errington
Art Marshal: Nicola Shanks
      Stewards:
Photography Marshal: L Mars
      Stewards: C McMillan, J Bell, J White, P Helps, L Clausen
Wine and Beer Marshal: J McLellan
      Stewards: G Curry
Handcraft Marshal: Sylvia McAslan
      Stewards: F Turner, R Jones, R Waddy
Fruit and Vegetables Marshal: K Paulin
      Stewards: P Haylock, M Wren, M Errington
Flowers Marshal: Anne Bowden
      Stewards: J Walker, C Turnbull, J Westwood, P Kelland, F Paulin, K Bryant
Youth Marshal: C Oborne
      Stewards: J Church, C Church, J Oborne, S Dowson

Horse Section
All Horse Rings Supervising Marshal: K T Vogan

Ring 1 - Saddle Hunters & Sport Horses
Marshal: D Miller Steward: C Miller
Ring 2 – Hacks & Park Hacks
Marshal: J Walker Stewards: P Le Lievre, T J Masefield
Ring 3 - Ponies over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm
Marshal: H J Menzies Steward: R Brown
Ring 4 - Ponies over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm
Marshal: H Le Lievre Stewards: R McKellar, P Richardson
Ring 5 - Ponies not exceeding 128cm
Marshal: W Oborne Stewards: A Grigg, S Feynish
Ring 6 - Lead Rein & First Ridden
Marshal: M Rebbeck Steward: P Grenside
Ring 7 Saddle Hunter Ponies
Marshal: V Black Stewards: J Eaton, H Eaton
Menzies Cup
Marshal: V Wigram Steward: S Allman
Jumping Competitions Supervising Marshal: M Tapley
Hack Hunter Jumping Marshal: B Hutchinson
Stewards: Paddy Stronach, L Hutchinson, C Broome, Peter Foley,
Pony Hunter Jumping Marshal: R Williams
Stewards: J Cataliotti, R Cataliotti, C J Chamberlain, G Oborne, A Norris

Meet & Greet Marshal:

Standard Measurers Marshal:
Stewards: R E Menzies, R Vogan, L Curry

Back Number Steward: G Oborne, T Roberts, B Bell
Scratching Steward: K Reid

Shearing Section
Shearing Marshal: James Dwyer
Shearing Secretaries: J Stuart, S Bremner
Stewards: M Thomson, H Johns, D McKellar, T Kiely
Timekeeper: G Foley, J Kelland
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Pets and Dog Sections
Pets Marshal: H Vogan
Pets Stewards: R Vogan
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Entertainment
Marshal: P Bremner
Stewards: W Johns, A Wadsworth, V McLaren

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Gate and Car Parking
Marshal: Banks Peninsula Rugby Club
Gate & Parking Stewards: Akaroa and Bays Lions Club

Others
Refreshments: Marshall: A Cox Stewards:
Stock and Parade Supervisors: K T Vogan, S Helps
Paddocking: K T Vogan (Phone/Fax: 03 304 5808)
Duties of Equestrian Marshals and Stewards
The duties of Ring Marshals shall be:
1. To read the Schedule and familiarise themselves with the classes and
    associated conditions for each.
2. To take charge of the Section to which they are appointed.
3. To give full instructions to their Class Stewards, prior to, and on the day of the
    Show.
4. To arrange for the constant and effective supervision of their Sections, and the
    convenience of judges, exhibitors and the public.
5. To advise the judge of the number of classes to be judged.
6. To advise the judge of the number of competitors in each class.
7. To advise the judge of the number of awards for each class.
8. To assist the judge to remain within the time allocations required.
9. To advise the judge of any local rules relating to the classes being judged.
10. To collect and collate the judges’ cards for the supreme champion judging.
11. To take the Judge to the Judges Luncheon area at midday.

The duties of Ring Stewards shall be:
1. To read the Schedule and familiarise themselves with the classes and
    associated conditions for each.
2. To study carefully the conditions and regulations.
3. To see that the catalogue numbers are placed on pens, posts or otherwise as
    directed by the Marshals on the day before the Show.
4. To ensure there is a table and chairs in the ring.
5. To collect Ring Box from the Secretary's Office on Show morning and ensure it
    contains all that is needed in the ring.
6. To see that all horses in classes where measurement is specified have their
    certificates of measurement before entering the ring.
7. Check all riders’ helmets have the approved red safety sticker
8. Not to accept any horse entries other than in the catalogue except with the
    written permission from the Secretary's Office.
9. To wait on the judges, to acquaint them with the instructions and conditions
    governing the particular class being judged and to point out the exhibits in the
    class under examination.
10. To take note of the decision of the judges and immediately fill in the results forms
    in full and prize tickets as required.
11. To ensure all the results forms are signed by the Marshal, and delivered to the
    Secretary's office promptly.
12. To sort the Ribbons and prize envelope and then hand them to the judge.
13. To change the class numbers on the ring board after each class.
14. To return the Ring Box to the Secretary’s Office at the end of judging.
15. To complete novice performance cards as required.

The duties of Loudspeaker Steward shall be:
1. Duties above as per Steward.
2. To radio results to the loud speaker in a clear and timely manner.
Duties of Indoor Marshals and Stewards
The duties of Indoor Marshals shall be:
1. To read the Schedule and familiarise themselves with the classes and
      associated conditions for each.
2. To take charge of the Section to which they are appointed
3. To assist with Indoor setup on Friday morning.
4. To give full instructions to their Section Stewards.
5. To ensure there are adequate Stewards to run the section.
6. To be available (or delegate the role) to accept entries on the Friday evening
      (4pm to 6pm) and on Show day morning
7. To coordinate with the Convener to ensure the materials required for entries
      and display are available at the time required.
8. To provide effective supervision of their Sections.
9. To advise the judge of the number of classes to be judged.
10.To advise the judge of the number of competitors in each class.
11.To advise the judge of the number of awards for each class.
12.To assist the judge to remain within the time allocations required.
13.To advise the judge of any local rules relating to the classes being judged.
14.To collect and collate the judge’s decisions and record for final results, including
      the points summary
15.To ensure someone takes the Judge to the Judges Luncheon tent
16.To assist with the pay out of prizes at the end of the day.
17.To attend the post Show meeting in preparation for the next Show.

The duties of Indoor Stewards shall be:
1. To read the Schedule and familiarise themselves with the classes and
      associated conditions for each.
2. To be available on the Friday (4pm to 6pm) to accept entries if required.
3. To see that the class numbers and names are set out as required.
4. To ensure the entries are recorded as required.
5. To ensure all entries are correctly labelled with the entrant's number and class.
6. To cover the entries with netting if required.
7. To take note of the decision of the judges and immediately fill in the award cards
      as required.

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                   Closing Dates for Entries
Horse Entries - Horse Entries close on December 14, 2018.

Indoor Entries
Art, Photography and Flowers entries close at 9.30am on Show Day.

       Postal entries are also encouraged for the Photography Section to:
               Duvauchelle A&P Show, PO Box 19, Akaroa 7542.

Presidents Choice, Special Pallet Class, Domestic Produce, Wine and Beer,
Youth, Handcraft, and Fruit & Vegetable entries close at 10am sharp on Show
Day.
  The indoor sections are open to accept entries the day before Show Day
between 4 and 6pm (Sections 5-12). Security will be in place; however, the Show
             Committee accepts no liability for these early entries.

Shearing Entries
Entries accepted on Show day with the Shearing Secretary.

Pet Entries
Entries accepted before 10am on Show day at the Pet’s area.

All entries must be made on the official forms provided and must be accompanied
by entry fees. Entry forms are available online at www.showday.com, from the
Secretary, PO Box 19, Akaroa 7542, or by email at duvauchelleshow@gmail.com

                              Trade Space
                            Trade Space Availability
                Contact: The Secretary, PO Box 19, Akaroa 7542
                        or email benrich33@hotmail.com

Exhibitors are to complete a Trade Application Form. These forms are available
from the Trade Convenor. The trade space fee is $20 per metre frontage for
unpowered sites and $30 per metre frontage for powered sites. The minimum of
site fee is $50. Two gate passes are issued for each site.

                   The Duvauchelle A&P Committee hires out:
Trestle tables: 1.8m and 2.4m
                                 Round tables 3ft
                             Stackable folding chairs
          Please contact Keith Vogan 03 304 5808 for more information.
                       Rules and Regulations
General Rules and Regulations
1. The decision of the Committee shall be final in all cases.
2. All people admitted to the Show Grounds shall be subject to the rules and orders
    of the Committee and in the event of misbehaviour, may be removed from the
    show ground by order of at least five members of the committee.
3. It is the Association's policy to see that all due care is taken to protect people and
    property, however, the Association shall not be liable to any person in case of
    injury, loss or damage by reason of any defect, accident, negligence, or neglect,
    however it arises.
4. Dogs on the show grounds are to be kept on a lead at all times.
5. All entries are to be made with the Secretary as stated in the current Schedule.
      No entry will be received after that date. The Committee will not consider the
      entry valid unless the fees are paid at the time of entry.
6. Should any exhibitor, in the opinion of the Committee, be guilty of any fraudulent
      practice, either in entering or exhibiting, all exhibits of that exhibitor shall be
      disqualified and their name shall not appear on the official prize list.
7. First, second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth places will be awarded at the discretion
      of the Judge.
8. Prize money will be awarded irrespective of the number of entries in the class.
9. The fact that there is no competition in any class shall not prevent the First Prize
      from being awarded.
10. The Judges, in arriving at their decisions, are directed to award the prizes to the
      entries in each class which they consider best represent the particular breed or
      description.
11. The Association accepts no responsibility for special prizes not being awarded
      by sponsors.
12. Entry and participation in the competitions signifies acceptance of all conditions
      of the Show.
Rules and Regulations specific to the Equestrian Section
1. All rules and regulations in the above General Rules and Regulations section
     apply.
2. Horse and pony competitors may purchase an RAS Equestrian Judges &
     Competitors Rule Book from RAS, PO Box 54, Woodend, North Canterbury
     7641.
3. No horse is to be tied in the entrance lane.
4. No breast plate numbers are to be worn.
5. Riders may enter only one rider class.
6. RAS approved helmets must be worn by all riders and also must have a current
      red tag.
7. All Competitors bring horses to show grounds at their own risk.
8. Rings will not wait for competitors in other rings.
9. All protests must be in writing, and may be entered either before or after the
    judges have proceeded to their duties. The party entering the protest must
    deposit $20.00, which will be forfeited if the protest is not sustained. If the
    protest is lodged before the judges proceed to their duties, the onus of proof
    will lie with the party protesting. No protest will be received later than 45
    minutes after the judging is completed. The Committee, of not less than five
    members, will decide all protests as soon as practicable, and there shall be no
    appeal from their decision.
10. Competition points in all sections: Five entries or more, first 6 points, second 4
    points, third 2 points, fourth 1 point; Less than five entries: first 6 points,
    second 4 points, third 2 points; Champions 2 points extra; Reserve Champions
    1 point extra.
11. An 80% refund (or substitute horse/pony) of equestrian entry fees will only be
    considered on the production of a medical or veterinarian certificate.
12. All veterinary services provided at the Show must be paid in cash at the time
    of consultation.
13. Any person with outstanding fees for Veterinary Services provided at a
    previous Show will be ineligible to enter for the current Show.
14. The Committee has the right to alter, combine or delete any classes at their
    discretion.
15. Where (District only) horses are measured in their shoes, 0.5 cm will be
    allowed for the shoe. All horses/ponies when measured and found to be
    entered in the wrong classes will be transferred to their correct classes by the
    Association's Official Measurer. All horses are to be measured by 8.15am.
16. No back number will be issued without a height certificate and a
    regulation, red tagged helmet. A current or life certificate of measurement
    from a Metropolitan A & P Association will be accepted.
17. Height and Performance certificates for Horse classes are to be carried at all
    times.
18. Only exhibiting horses will be allowed on the show grounds.
19. Leading Rein Class ponies must be in snaffle bit with lead attached to
    noseband.
20. Novice & Open Classification: A novice horse/pony or rider is one that has yet
    to win 6 classes in any division within the competitions provided at any A& P
    Show. The number of novice wins is to be counted at the time of the Show, not
    the entry.
21. Once a horse/ pony commences the Show Season as a Hack, or Saddle Pony
    or Saddle (flat) Hunter or Hunter (flat) Pony, that horse/pony is not able to
    transfer to another section during that Show season. If a Show does not hold
    Saddle (flat) Hunter and Hunter (flat) Pony classes this ruling does not apply.
22. In Novice Flat classes, Unity, Hacks, Shepherd's Hack, Saddle Hunter horses
    and ponies are to be exhibited in a snaffle bit.
23. District competition means and includes any person and horse whose
    permanent home is in the area of the old Banks Peninsula District Council.
24. Forbidden Substances: The use of tranquillisers, stimulants, or any drug
    capable of affecting the performance of horses/ponies is forbidden.
    Competitors are advised that tests for forbidden substances may be carried
    out during the Show and that testing of all animals is at the owner’s risk.
    Testing for forbidden substances will be carried out under the Royal
    Agricultural Society (Incorporated) Forbidden Substance Judiciary Committee
    (FSJC) procedures and rules. (Refer Rule 89 RAS Equestrian Judges &
    Competitors Rule Book).
25. No horses are allowed in or to pass through the crowd on Show Day. No
    horses are to be tied to vehicles.
26. Arrangements will be made for the accommodation of floats.
27. All horse section prize winners must participate in the Grand Parade.
Rules and Regulations specific to the Indoor Section
1. All rules and regulations in the above General Rules and Regulations section
   apply.
2. Competition points in all sections: first 6 points, second 4 points, third 2 points,
   fourth 1 point.
3. When more than one person is tied on points for prizes, one winner is drawn at
   random.
Rules and Regulations specific to the Shearing Section
1. All rules and regulations in the above General Rules and Regulations section
   apply.
2. The rules of Shearing Sport NZ Ltd, as printed in their directory, will be adhered
    to at this show.
3. All veterinary services provided at the Show must be paid in cash at the time of
   consultation.
4. Any person with outstanding fees for Veterinary Services provided at a previous
   Show will be ineligible to enter for the current Show.
5. All shearing events will be run in compliance with the National Shearing and
   Wool Handling rules.
Rules and Regulations specific to the Pets Section
1. All rules and regulations in the above General Rules and Regulations section
   apply.
2. All veterinary services provided at the Show must be paid in cash at the time of
   consultation.
3. Any person with outstanding fees for Veterinary Services provided at a previous
   Show will be ineligible to enter for the current Show.
4. All animals entered for showing or exhibiting must be from a current TB Clear
   Status Herd.
5. A NAIT approved RFID tag will be mandatory for all movements of cattle,
   including day old calves.
6. Dog Exhibitors MUST be able to produce District Registration and Parvo Virus
   Certificates on demand.
Entry and participation in the competitions signifies acceptance of all conditions of
the Show.
Camping Rules
  1. Camping fees are $5 per person per night.
  2. The shower is provided for camper use. Campers are not to use the
      Duvauchelle Camping Grounds facilities.
  3. The Plunket grounds area is strictly out of bounds.
  4. No dogs are allowed except dogs entered in the Show.
  5. Campers are required to deliver their rubbish to the Refuse Station at
      Barry’s Bay.
  6. Horses and ponies staying on the show grounds must be entered in the
      Duvauchelle A&P Show (due to limited space).
  7. All horse manure must be collected and deposited in the sign posted area.
  8. Horse yards are available at $10.00 per yard.
  9. Once the main show ring has been defined with posts, and watered, this
      area is NOT to be used by horses and ponies for exercise purposes.
  10.On Show day the gate between lower and upper grounds adjacent to the
  toilets will be locked.
  11. A riding helmet must be worn at all times when riding on the showgrounds.
  12. Please observe Pony Club rules on the board

The above rules will be strictly enforced. All horses are on these grounds at the
owner’s risk. All camping and riding is done so at your own risk.
Enjoy your stay.
Camp Convenor: Keith Vogan. Phone 03 304 5808 or 0274313298
Recognition Award
            For the area of Banks Peninsula from Teddington through
              Gebbies Valley and the Eastern side of Fiddlers Road

                  Closing date for nominations: 14th December, 2018

                  2018 Show Award Recipient: Annette Le Lievre

                            Conditions for nomination:
A person, from any walk of life, who has given long-standing service (more than
twenty years is preferable to a shorter term), loyalty and reliability while living in
the area of Banks Peninsula (see above). The Recognition Award is for people
other than New Years, Queen's Birthday and the Christchurch City Council awards
recipients in the current year.

Nominations can be put forward by one person, a group of people or an
organisation to the Secretary of the Duvauchelle A & P Association on the
application form, available from: The Secretary, PO Box 19, Akaroa 7542 or
email: duvauchelleshow@gmail.com

A record of the award recipient will be printed in the schedule and the catalogue. A
photograph and information on the life of the recipient will be made available to the
local press prior to Show Day.

A person not selected one year can be nominated again.

The selection committee will consist of the President, the Past President of the
Association, and Mr G J Foley.
The award will be presented on Show Day immediately after the Grand Parade
and the President's speech.

Past Recipients:
2017   Mark Thomson             2006   Chris & Gilly McFarlane   1997   Mrs Alison Stewart
2016   Ged & Pippa Foley        2005   Mr Richard Stewart        1996   Mrs Paddy Stronach
2015   Mr Don Wright            2004   Mr Rex Craw               1996   Mr Frank Helps
2014   Mr Keith Vogan           2004   Mr Tom Brice              1995   Miss Jean Wendleborn
2013   Neil and Di Kay          2003   Mr Alf Thelning           1995   Mr Don Patten
2012   Mrs Fay Miller           2003   Mrs Heather Hancock       1994   Mr Jim Shipman
2011   Mr Denis Hammond         2002   Mr Harold Hagland         1994   Mr Ted Armstrong
2010   Mrs Ngaio Stewart        2001   Mrs Elizabeth Haylock     1994   Mrs Joyce Evans
2009   Mrs Virginia Wigram      2000   Mr Brian Bremner          1993   Mr Scott Craw
2008   Mrs Lee Warren           1999   Miss Nancy More           1993   Mr Percy Ussher
2008   Mr Edmond Hutchinson     1999   Miss Sally Lee
2007   Mrs Chris Walker         1998   Mr Terry Stewart
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Section 1 - Horses
                Entries close on December 14, 2018

     RAS Regulations - Strictly No Day Measuring
                  For Non-District Competitors

Entry Fees: All Classes including Jumping classes:
Members $6.00, Non-Members $9.00
Entry Fees for Hunter classes as shown at the beginning of the Hunter Section.
Entry fee includes RAS levy of $1.15 per class.
A $5.00 deposit is required per back number payable with entries; $3.00 is
refundable on return of the back number on show day.
Prizes: Classes 150-163 (Ring 1), 250-265 (Ring 2), 350-359 (Ring 3), 450-465
(Ring 4), 550-565 (Ring 5) ; First $10.00, Second $6.00, Third $4.00.
Prizes for Jumping Competitions are shown at the beginning of the jumping
section.
All trophies are for perpetual challenge.

Entries close on December 14, 2018
No late entries. No changes or alterations of morning classes after 8.30am or
afternoon classes after 1pm on Show Day.
Entries must state whether competitors are DISTRICT or not.
No pony or hack under the age of three years is permitted to be shown under
saddle at this Show.

Judging
Judging Commences at 8.30am. There will be no official lunch break.
Menzies Cup judging commences at 8.30am and ends at 12 noon sharp.
Judges may be subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.
This show supports the RAS yellow card system.

Measuring/Back Numbers
Measuring on the grounds (for District only horses) will be available on Saturday
morning at 7.30am.
No back number will be issued unless a height certificate (temporary or
permanent) is produced and all entry fees are paid in full.

Grand Parade
All horse section prize winners must participate in the Grand Parade held
immediately at completion of lunchtime entertainment (approx. 1pm).
Rules and Regulations
Please refer to the rules in the beginning of the Schedule.
Owing to space, no stallions are allowed on the grounds at any time.
No horse is to be tied in the entrance lane.
No breast plate numbers are to be worn.
Riders may enter only one rider class.
RAS approved helmets must be worn by all riders and also must have a current red
tag.
All Competitors bring horses to show grounds at their own risk.
Rings will not wait for competitors in other rings.

Pony Club Groups and Treks
These are most welcome. Assistance will be given to help with accommodation
for groups and horses. Please contact Keith Vogan. Any exhibitor requiring
paddocking of stock before or after the Show, please contact Keith Vogan, phone
03 304 5808, when entering.

                                 Trophies
Trophy winners are requested to please return the trophies to the Secretary
                         prior to the next Show.

Please present trophies at the Secretary's Office for complimentary engraving as
soon as practical.

E B Evans Memorial Trophy: Supreme Champion Hack, donated by the Evans
Family (2018 Kate Meyer)
T R & C E Mould Memorial Challenge Cup: Champion Hack, donated by Mrs A
E Prendergast (2018 Kate Meyer)
P M & J G B Stronach Trophy: Champion Park Hack (2018 Courtney Walker)
Masefield Challenge Cup: A Silver Challenge Cup for the combination scoring
most points in Saddle Horse Classes. The Cup was competed for the first time at
the 1949 Annual Show. Won outright by Wood Family in 1973 and re-donated by
them for perpetual challenge. (2018 Olivia Waddy)
Victor Craw Cup: Won outright by Mr T Masefield in 1948. Re-donated by the
Masefield Family for perpetual challenge for the District Hack Hunter.
(2018 Alice Hutchinson)
G & MV Oborne Trophy: Supreme Champion Pony (2018 Lily Peters)
Pony Annual Challenge Cup: An annual silver Challenge Cup for competition in
the Pony Classes presented to the combination Pony and Rider gaining most
points in Classes 350-565, excluding unity and trotting classes. (2018 Poppy
Wilde)
Takamatua Horse Sports Cup: Re-donated by Messrs R T & D O Masefield as a
Challenge Cup to the district combination gaining most points in the Saddle Pony
Section. (2018 Poppy Wilde)
Open Menzies Cup: Donated by Mr & Mrs S Harris and Mr & Mrs R E Menzies
for Open Unity in the horse section (2018)
Junior Menzies Cup: Unity Competition Pony Section, donated by the late H W
& I H Menzies. (2018 Ella Stronach)
Senior Menzies Cups: Unity Competition Pony Section, donated by the late H W
& I H Menzies. Senior (2018 Maria Hendry)
Matt Shepherd Cup: Champion Rider 10 years and under 21 years (2018 Maria
Hendry)
Dalley Shepherd Cup: Perpetual Challenge for Champion Hunter donated by
Miss M Dalley and Miss B Shepherd (2018 Devon van Til)
Tiffany Stewart Challenge Cup: Annual Challenge Cup for the District Pony and
Rider gaining the highest aggregate of jumping points in Classes 850-861 donated
by the Banks Peninsula Pony Club. (2018 Erin Humm)
Mason Cup: Annual Challenge Cup for the Champion Pony Hunter.
(2018 Harriet Jolly)
Chawty Warren Trophy: Perpetual Challenge for District Pony Hunter not
exceeding 138cm donated by E V L Warren. (2018 Not awarded)
Burnett Cup: Re-donated as a Horse Trophy to the Champion A Pony, not
exceeding 148cm (2018 Lily Peters)
Helps Family Trophy: Champion (flat) Saddle Hunter (2018 Olivia Waddy)
Alston Family Cup: Perpetual Challenge for District Pony Hunter over 138cm and
not exceeding 148cm. (2018 Not awarded)
Lester Family Cup: Perpetual Challenge for Champion Pony up to 128cm.
(2018 Poppy Wilde)
de Latour Family Cup: Supreme Champion Saddle Mount. (2018 Lily Peters)
Judy Jamieson Memorial Cup: The aggregate of points by a district competitor,
under 17 years, in the horse section. (2018 Poppy Wilde)
Banks Peninsula Pony Club Trophy: District First Ridden Pony
(2018 Lizzie Wright)
Lathom Contracting Trophy: District Lead Rein Pony (2018 Hugo Turner)
Canterbury Cob and Pony Cup: District Pony up to 128cm (2018 Poppy Wilde)
de Latour Award: Champion Pony Hunter over 138cm and not over 148cm
(2018 Not Awarded)

Championship Sashes (Donors in brackets)
Supreme Champion Saddle Mount (Mrs June Hay) 2018 Lily Peters
Supreme Champion Hack (Mrs J Inwood) 2018
Champion Hack (S D Thomas) 2018 Olivia Waddy
Reserve Champion Hack (A R & R H Davison) 2018
Champion Park Hack (M & G Oborne) 2018 Courtney Walker
Reserve Champion Park Hack (S D Thomas) 2018 Fitzsimons Family
Champion Saddle Hunter (A R & R H Davison) 2018 Olivia Waddy
Reserve Champion Saddle Hunter (R O'Malley Builders) 2018 Devon Van Til
Supreme Champion Pony (Borrelli Family) 2018 Lily Peters
Champion Pony over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm (Mrs B S Maley) 2018
Amy Weastell
Reserve Champion Pony over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm (Richie O'Malley
Builders) 2018 Lily Peters
Champion Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm (Richie O'Malley Builders)
2018 Maria Hendry
Reserve Champion Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm (Arthur Burke
Ltd) 2018 Fern Wilkinson
Champion Pony not exceeding 128cm (Mrs J Inwood) 2018 Poppy Wilde
Reserve Champion Pony not exceeding 128cm (sponsor required) 2018 Grace
Gormack
Champion Rider from first and second prize winners in the riding classes aged 10
years and over (Banks Peninsula Pony Club) 2018
Reserve Champion Rider from first and second prize winners in the riding classes
10 years and over (Banks Peninsula Pony Club) 2018
Champion First Ridden Pony (Chez la Mer) 2018 Lizzie Wright
Reserve Champion First Ridden Pony (Chez la Mer) 2018 Chloe Archer
Champion Leading Rein Pony (Chez la Mer) 2018 Sophia Kingan
Reserve Champion Leading Rein Pony (Chez la Mer) 2018 Olivia Mehrtens
Champion Hack Hunter (R E Stronach) 2018 Devon van Til
Reserve Champion Hack Hunter (Sponsor needed) 2018 Lynda Carlyon
Champion Pony Hunter 148cm and under (Bank Peninsula Transport) 2018
Harriet Jolly
Reserve Champion Pony Hunter 148cm and under (Richie O'Malley Builders)
2018 Stella Archer

The Association will give ribbons to the highest placed district competitors in
Junior and Senior Menzies Cup.

Special Prizes
The family of the late Mr & Mrs A A Hutchinson give $20 for the best Hack, which
wins the most points at Duvauchelle and Banks Peninsula A&P Shows.
Competitors must compete at both shows. Mrs N Hutchinson will collect results
from the Duvauchelle A & P Show.

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Saddle Hunters & Sport Horses: Ring 1
                             Judge: Paddy Stronach

Helps Family Trophy presented to the Champion Saddle Hunter.

Judging starts at 8.30am sharp.
Please read the rules and regulations earlier in the schedule.
For entry fees and prize money see Section 1.
Snaffle bits only in Novice, Shepherd's Mount and young Sport Horse classes. No
pony or hack under the age of three years is permitted to be shown under saddle
at this show.

A Hunter shown under saddle should have substance, be active and well-
mannered with very strong easy paces. It must be capable of carrying the required
weight for long distances over varied country. Will not be asked to jump in this
section unless specified, but may be called upon to gallop

HOY Qualifying Saddle Classes 152-159 inclusive

Class 150 Rider on a saddle hunter over 148cm
Class 151 District saddle hunter over 148cm
Class 152 Novice (0-2 wins) saddle hunter over 148cm
Class 153 Novice (0-5 wins) saddle hunter over 148cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Novice Saddle Hunter to be judged from
winners of classes 152 & 153 (2nd place getter to the Champion Saddle Hunter to
be judged alongside the other winners for Reserve Champion

Class 154 Novice (0-5 wins) paced and mannered saddle hunter over 148cm
Class 155 Open saddle hunter over 148cm & not exceeding 163cm
Class 156 Open saddle hunter over 163cm

For Classes 157 & 158 the horse may only be entered in ONE class
Class 157 Open Lady’s Saddle Hunter on Type
May be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman (conformation class)
Class 158 Open Gentleman’s Saddle Hunter on Type (conformation class) may be
ridden by a Lady or Gentleman

Champion and Reserve Champion Saddle Hunter to be judged from winners of
classes 155, 156 &157 & 158 (2nd place getters to stand by). Helps Family
Trophy
Class 159 Paced and Mannered Saddle Hunter
Class 160 Shepherd's mount over 148cms
Class 161 Working hunter over 148cm
Class 162 Young Sport Horse 4-6 years over 148cm

Working hunters are required to demonstrate jumping ability and be of good strong
confirmation with good manners, sound pacers and be a comfortable ride over
long distances. They will be required to jump a minimum of two and a maximum of
five hunter-type fences. Jumping style and ability 40%, confirmation 30%, pacers
and manners 30%. Horses will be required to gallop within the confines and
constraints within the venue involved.

Not HOY

Supreme Champion Saddle Mount to be judged from the Supreme Champion
Hack, Champion Saddle Hunter and the Supreme Champion Pony. To be judged
in Ring 3 by the three winners' judges.

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Hacks & Park Hacks: Ring 2
                               Judge: Kerri Moffat

PM & JGB Stronach Trophy presented to the Champion Park Hack
TR & CT Mould Memorial Trophy presented to the Champion Hack
EB Evans Memorial Trophy Presented to the Supreme Champion Hack
De latour Family Cup presented to the Supreme Champion Saddle Mount

Judging starts at 8.30am sharp.
Please read the rules in Section 1.
For entry fees & prize money see Section 1.
Snaffle bits only in Novice classes.

A Show Hack should show quality, elegance and gaiety, with very good paces. It
must be well mannered and capable of giving its rider a pleasant and easy ride for
a short journey.

These classes are not Horse of the Year (HOY) qualifiers:
Class 250 Rider on a Hack or Park Hack
Class 251 District Hack or Park Hack
Class 252 Novice Hack (0-5 wins)
Class 253 Novice Park Hack (0-5 wins)

Novice Champion and Reserve Champion Hack and Park Hack judged from
classes 252 & 253 (2nd place getters to stand by).

Class 254 Novice Paced and Mannered Hack or Park Hack (0-5 wins)
Class 255 Open Park Hack
Class 256 Open Lady's or Gentleman's Park Hack on type (conformation class)

Champion and Reserve Champion Park Hack, judged from classes 255 & 256
(2nd place getters to stand by).

Class 257 Open Hack
Class 258 Open Lady's or Gentleman's Hack on type (conformation class)

Champion and Reserve Champion Hack to be judged from classes 257 & 258
(2nd place getters to stand by).

Class 259 Open Paced and Mannered Park Hack and Hack

Supreme Champion Hack judged from Champion Park Hack & Champion Hack.
EB Evans Memorial Trophy.
Supreme Champion Saddle Mount to be judged from the Supreme Champion
Hack, Champion Saddle Hunter and the Supreme Champion Pony. To be judged
in Ring 3 by the three winners' judges. De latour Family Cup

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Ponies: Ring 3 (Group "A")
                                Judge: Jane Neave

Matt Shepherd Cup presented to Champion Rider 10 years and under 21 years.
Burnett Cup presented to Champion Pony, not exceeding 148cm.
G & MV Oborne Trophy presented to the Supreme Champion Pony.

Judging starts at 8.30am sharp.
Please read the rules and regulations earlier in the schedule. For entry fees and
prize money see Section 1.
Competitors are only allowed to enter one Best Rider Class. Only snaffle bits in
Novice classes.
Open ponies must be ridden by riders under 17 years of age as at 1st August
2018.

Class 350 Best Rider, 16 years and under 21 years
Class 351 Best Rider, 14 years and under 16 years

Champion and Reserve Champion Rider to be judged from Rings 3 and 4 in
Ring 3 by Ring 3 & 4 judges. Matt Shepherd Cup. 1st prize winners from Classes
350, 351, 450 and 451 (2nd place getters to stand by).

Special Prize $25 for Champion Rider - donated by Richie O'Malley Builders.

Class 352 District Novice Pony (0-2 wins) over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm
Class 353 District Pony over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm
Class 354 Novice Pony (0-2 wins) over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm
Class 355 Novice Pony (0-5 wins) over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Novice Pony over 138cm and not
exceeding 148cm to be judged from winners of classes 354 and 355 (2nd place
getters to stand by).

District classes must have a District rider

HOY Qualifying classes 354 – 359

Class 354 Novice Show Pony (0-2 wins) pony over 138cm and not exceeding
148cm
Class 355 Novice Show Pony (0-5 wins) pony over 138cm and not exceeding
148cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Novice Show Pony over 138cm and not
exceeding 148cm to be judged from winners of classes 354 and 355 (2nd place
getters to stand by).
Class 356 Novice P & M Show Pony (0-5 wins) over 138cm and not exceeding
148cm
Class 357 Open Show Pony over 138cm and not exceeding 143cm
Class 358 Open Show Pony over 143cm and not exceeding 148cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Show Pony over 138cm and not
exceeding 148cm to be judged from winners of classes 357 and 358 (2nd place
getters to stand by).
Special Prize $25 for Champion Pony Arthur Burke's Ltd

Class 359 Open Paced and Mannered Show Pony over 138cm and not exceeding
148cm

(Note: School Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 148cm see Class 460)

Supreme Champion Pony will be judged at the end from the Champion Saddle
Hunter Pony and the Champion Show Ponies from Rings 3, 4, 5 & 7 in Ring 3 by
the four pony judges. G & MV Oborne Trophy

Supreme Champion Saddle Mount to be judged from the Supreme Champion
Hack, Champion Saddle Hunter and the Supreme Champion Pony. To be judged
in Ring 3 by the three winners' judges. De latour Family Cup

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Ponies: Ring 4 (Group "B")
                            Judge: Barbara Maley
               Show Ponies over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm

S & J Stevens Trophy presented to the Champion Pony over 128cm and not
exceeding 138cm.

Judging starts at 8.30am sharp.
Please read the rules and regulations earlier in the schedule.
For entry fees and prize money see Section 1.
Competitors are only allowed to enter one Rider Class.
Snaffle bits only in Novice classes.
Riders are to be under 15 years of age as at 1st August 2018

Class 450 Best Rider 12 years and under 14 years
Class 451 Best Rider 10 years and under 12 years

Champion and Reserve Champion Rider 1st prize winners from classes 350,
351, 450, and 451 to be judged in Ring 3 by Ring 3 & 4 judges (2nd place getters
to stand by). Matt Shepherd Cup
District Classes both pony and rider must live in the District

Class 452 District Novice Show Pony (0-2 wins) over 128cm and not exceeding
138cm
Class 453 District Show Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm

HOY Qualifying Classes 454 – 459 inclusive

Class 454 Novice Show Pony (0-2 wins) over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm
Class 455 Novice Show Pony (0-5 wins) over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Novice Show Pony over 128cm and not
exceeding 138cm to be judged from winners of classes 454 and 455 (2nd place
getters to stand by).

Class 456 Novice Paced and Mannered Show Pony over 128cm and not
exceeding 138cm
Class 457 Open Show Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 133cm
Class 458 Open Show Pony over 133cm and not exceeding 138cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Show Pony over 128cm and not exceeding
138cm to be judged from winners of Class 456 and 457 (2nd place getters to
stand by). S & J Stevens Trophy
Class 459 Open paced and mannered Pony over 128cm and not exceeding
138cm
Class 460 School Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 148cm to be ridden by one
or more children facing forward. To be judged on reliability, willingness and
soundness.

Supreme Champion Pony will be judged at the end from the Champion Saddle
Hunter Pony and the Champion Show Ponies from Rings 3, 4, 5 & 7 in Ring 3 by
the four pony judges. G & MV Oborne Trophy

Supreme Champion Saddle Mount will be judged from the Champion Saddle
Hunter, Supreme Champion Hack and the Supreme Champion Pony. Judged in
Ring 3 by the 3 judges

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Ponies: Ring 5 ( Group "C")
                              Judge: Sue Morrish
                        Show Ponies not exceeding 128cm

Lester Family Cup presented to the Champion Pony

Judging starts at 8.30am sharp.
Please read the rules and regulations earlier in the schedule.
For entry fees and prize money see Section 1.
Competitors are only allowed to enter one Rider Class.
Snaffle bits only in Novice classes.
Riders must be under 13 years of age as at 1st August 2018.

Class 550 Best Rider under 10 years
District classes both the pony and rider must live in the District
Class 551 District Novice Show Pony (0-2 wins) not exceeding 128cm
Class 552 District Show Pony not exceeding 128cm

HOY Qualifying classes 553 –558 inclusive
Class 553 Novice (0-2 wins) Show Pony not exceeding 128cm
Class 554 Novice (0-5wins) Show Pony not exceeding 128 cm

Judging of Champion and Reserve Champion Novice Show Pony not
exceeding 128cm from winners of classes 553 and 554 (2nd place getters to
stand by).

Class 555 Novice Paced and Mannered Show Pony (0–5 wins) not exceeding
128cm
Class 556 Open Show Pony not exceeding 123cm
Class 557 Open Show Pony over 123cm and not exceeding 128cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Show Pony to be judged from winners of
classes 556 & 557 (2nd place getters to stand by). Lester Family Cup

Class 558 Open Paced and Mannered Show Show Pony not exceeding 123cm
Class 560 Child's School Pony, not exceeding 128cm, to be ridden by one or more
children facing forward, to be judged on reliability, willingness and soundness.

Supreme Champion Pony will be judged at the end from the Champion Saddle
Pony and the Champion Show Pony from Rings 3, 4 ,5 & 7 in Ring 3 by the four
pony judges. G & MV Oborne Trophy
Leading Rein Classes – Ring 6
                             Judge: Nick Hutchinson

HOY Qualifier
Judging starts at 8 30am sharp
Please read the rules and regulations earlier in the schedule
For fees and prize money please see Section `

Riders must be 4 years and not exceeding 7 years of age as at 1st August 2018.
Ponies must be led by someone 14 years and over.
The lead rein must be attached to the noseband of a simple snaffle bridle.
Ponies may not exceed 128cm.
Riders in this section may not enter any other section, unless a Lead Rein class(s)
in a Breed Section. Lead Rein Ponies are to be judged on: 60% suitability and
safeness and 40% conformation and paces.

Class 650 District Lead Rein Pony to be ridden by a District Rider (see map)
Lathom Contracting Trophy

Class 651 Novice (0-5 wins) Lead Rein Pony
Class 652 Open Lead Rein Pony, not exceeding 123cm
Class 653 Open Lead Rein Pony, over 123cm and not exceeding 128cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Lead Rein Pony to be judged from the
winners of classes 651, 652 & 653. (2nd place getters to stand by).

Class 654 Open Paced & Mannered Lead Rein Pony
Class 655 Best Rider

Ribbons to be awarded to all entrants
First Ridden Classes
                             Judge: Nick Hutchinson
HOY Qualifier
Riders to be 9 years and under, age as at 1st August 2018.
First ridden ponies must be ridden in a bridle with a single rein.
Riders in this section may not enter any other section, unless a Lead Rein class(s)
in a Breed Section Ponies not to exceed 138cm.

Class 656 District First Ridden Pony not exceeding 138cm
Banks Peninsula Pony Club Trophy

Class 657 Novice (0-5 wins) First Ridden Pony not exceeding 138cm
Class 658 Open First Ridden Pony not exceeding 128cm
Class 659 Open First Ridden Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm
Class 660 Novice Paced and Mannered First Ridden Pony, 0-5 wins
Class 661 Open Paced and Mannered First Ridden Pony not exceeding 138cm

Champion and Reserve Champion First Ridden Pony to be judged from
classes 657, 658 & 659 (2nd placed ponies to stand by)

Class 662 Novice Rider (First Ridden Section), 0-5 wins
Class 663 Open Rider (First Ridden Section)
Saddle Hunter Ponies - Ring 7
                              Judge: Celia Shrimpton
HOY Qualifier
Judging begins here after the riding classes in other rings finish
Riding classes enter appropriate pony ring at 8.30am sharp.
Competitors are only allowed to enter one Rider Class.
Please read the rules in Section 1.
For entry fees and prize money see Section 1.
Snaffle bits only in Novice classes.
Please note all rider ages taken from 1 August 2018.

District classes both rider and pony must live in the District

Class 750 District Saddle Hunter Ponies not exceeding 148cm
Class 751 Novice Saddle Hunter Ponies (0-2) wins not exceeding 148cm
Class 752 Novice Saddle Hunter Ponies (0-5) wins not exceeding 148cm

Champion and Reserve Champion Novice Saddle Hunter Pony Judged from
winners of classes 751 & 752 (Second place getter to the Champion to be judged
for Reserve Champion)

Class 753 Novice 0-5 wins P & M Saddle Hunter Ponies not exceeding 148cm
Class 754 Open Saddle Hunter Ponies not exceeding 128cm
Class 755 Open Saddle Hunter Ponies over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm
Class 756 Open Saddle Hunter Ponies over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm

(Note: School Pony over 128cm and not exceeding 148cm see Class 460)

Champion and Reserve Champion Saddle Hunter Ponies judged from Classes
754, 755 & 756 2nd place getters to stand by).

Class 757 Open Paced & Mannered Saddle Hunter Pony
Class 758 Most Useful Saddle Hunter Pony

Supreme Champion Pony will be judged at the end from the Champion Saddle
Hunter Pony and the Champion Ponies from Rings 3, 4 & 5 in Ring 3 by the four
pony judges. G & MV Oborne Trophy

Special Prize $50 Gift Card donated by J Ballantyne & Co Ltd

Supreme Champion Saddle Mount to be judged from the Supreme Champion
Hack, Champion Saddle Hunter and the Supreme Champion Pony. To be judged
in Ring 3 by the three winners' judges. De latour Family Cup
Menzies Cups
                              Judge: Kevin Lawrence

Competitors may enter in only one unity class.

Menzies Cup Memorial Challenge originally donated by the late H W and I H
Menzies. Miniatures donated by A W Menzies and (the late) J E Harris. Judging
will finish at 12 noon sharp.

Identification ribbons on back numbers as follows:
             Open Menzies         Blue
             Senior Menzies       Pink
             Junior Menzies       Orange

Conditions for Junior and Senior Menzies Cups:
1. Rider or his/her immediate family must own pony.
2. One pony/one rider. One rider/one pony.
3. The same combination of pony and rider may not win the cup more than once.
4. No Leases accepted.
5. State name of rider, mount, age of rider and Banks Peninsula District or not.
6. Snaffle bits ONLY.
7. Presentation of Cups at conclusion of Ring Classes. Please be ready.
8. Age of rider as at 1 August 2018.

Ribbons awarded to highest placed district competitors

Class 780 Senior 13 years and under 17 years
Class 781 Junior 9 years and less than 13 years (Mounts not exceeding 148cm)

Points as follows:
1. Manners of Pony                                                        10
2. Child’s riding with particular reference to seat and hands             10
3. Mounting and dismounting                                               10
4. Trotting out on lead                                                   10
5. General sympathy between rider and pony                                10

Score sheet not available
Menzies Cup – Open
                                         Judge: Kevin Lawrence

Competitors may enter in only one unity class.

Donated by Mr & Mrs S W Harris, Mr & Mrs R E Menzies, and A Menzies Joyce in
memory of Harry, Alan and Ian Menzies.

Conditions for open Menzies Cup:
1. One rider/one mount. One mount/one rider.
2. Rider to be 11 years and under 21 years at the 1st of August 2018.
3. State name of rider, mount, age of rider, and district or not on entry form.

Leases accepted.

Class 782 Open

Points as follows:
1. Excellence of mount                                                        10
2. Riding                                                                     10
3. Leading out and trotting                                                   10
4. General sympathy of rider and pony                                         10
5. Paces and manners                                                          10
6. Mounting and dismounting                                                   10
7. Turn out of rider and mount                                                10

Score sheets not available.

Presentation of ribbons to the highest place District competitors at the conclusion
of ring classes. Please be ready and mounted.

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Pony Hunter Competitions - Pony not exceeding 148cm
                               Judge: Anne Crutchley

HOY Qualifier – Pony Hunter over fences classes

Riders to be under 17 years of age as at 1st August 2018
Jumping competitors are to be ready approximately 20 minutes after the last ring
event.
Entry fees: Members $6.00 Non-members $9.00
Prizes: All Classes except Open Classes - first $12.00, second $8.00, third $4.00.
Open Classes: first $16.00, second $12.00, third $8.00.
Mason Cup presented to the Champion Pony Hunter
Chawty Warren Cup presented to the District Pony Hunter not exceeding 138cm.
Alston Family Cup presented to the District Pony Hunter over 138cm and not
exceeding 148cm

Jumping order as catalogued.

Pony working hunters are required to demonstrate jumping ability and be of good
strong confirmation with good manners, sound paces and be a comfortable ride
over long distances. They will be required to jump a minimum of two and a
maximum of five hunter-type fences. Jumping style and ability 40%, confirmation
30%, paces and manners 30%. Ponies will be required to gallop within the
confines and constraints within the venue involved.

Jumps will not exceed 60cm for Pony Hunters not exceeding 128cm.
Jumps will not exceed 85cm for Pony Hunters not exceeding 138cm.
Jumps will not exceed 105cm for Pony Hunters not exceeding 148cm.

Class 850 Open Working Pony Hunter not exceeding 148cm (Not a HOY Qualifier)
Class 851 Novice (0-5 wins) Pony Hunter over fences not exceeding 128cm
Class 852 Open Pony Hunter over fences, not exceeding 128cm
Class 853 District Pony Hunter over 128cm and not exceeding 138cm
Chawty Warren Cup

Class 854 Novice (0-5 wins) Pony Hunter over fences over 128cm and not ex
138cm
Class 855 Open Pony Hunter over fences over 128cm and not ex 138cm
Class 856 District Pony Hunter over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm
Alston Family Cup
Class 857 Novice (0-5 wins) Pony Hunter over fences over 138cm and not ex
148cm
Class 858 Open Pony Hunter over fences over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm
Class 859 Qualified Pony Hunter over 138cm and not exceeding 148cm

Certificate must be carried and a photo copy of it attached to entry form.

May be asked to jump wire.

Class 860 Best Pair of Pony Hunters not exceeding 148cm
(Post entry, time permitting)

Champion and Reserve Champion Pony Hunter to be judged from winners of
classes 852, 855 & 858 (2nd place getters to stand by). Mason Cup
Hack Hunter Competitions Over 148cm
                              Judge: Rosie Grimsey

Not a HOY Qualifier

Dalley & Shepherd Cup presented to the Champion Hack Hunter
Victor Craw Cup presented to the District Hunter

Entry fees Members $6.00 Non-members $9.00

Prizes:
All classes except Open and Pairs: First $15.00, second $12.00, third $8.00, fourth
$5.00. Open classes: First $50.00, second $30.00, third $20.00, fourth $10.00
Pairs - First $20.00, second $16.00, third $10.00

Jumping order as catalogued. Jumps will not exceed 125cm.
Class 950 District Hunter over 148cm
Class 951 Novice (0-2 wins) Hunter over 148cm
Class 952 Novice (0-5 wins) over 148cm
Class 953 Lightweight Hunter over 148cm
Class 954 Heavyweight Hunter over 148cm
Class 955 Open Hunter over 148cm
Class 956 Qualified Hunter over 148cm
Certificate to be carried and a photocopy sent with entry.

Champion and Reserve Champion Hunter to be judged from winners of classes
953, 954, & 955 (2nd place getters to stand by).
Special Prize $50 to Champion Hunter - Richie O’Malley Builders

Special Prize of $30 for Best Rider over jumps donated by Arthur Burke’s Ltd

Class 957 Best pair of Hack Hunters (Post entry - time permitting)

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