Showjumping Schedule - 2019 Competitions - Ekka

 
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Showjumping Schedule - 2019 Competitions - Ekka
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   2019 Competitions
Showjumping Schedule - 2019 Competitions - Ekka
Welcome from
the President
Our Royal Queensland Show (Ekka) competitions are the ultimate showcase of the best of the best. They reward and
recognise our valued exhibitors for achieving excellence and promote agriculture and the critical role it plays in our
everyday lives to Queenslanders.

In 2018, more than 4,125 exhibitors travelled to the Ekka for their chance to win a coveted blue ribbon and share in
the $530,000 prize pool, including 1,186 new competitors.

We received 21,000 entries across 11,000 classes in 48 competition sections, with an increase in entries across
many categories including Canine, Cookery, Dairy Goats, Education on Show, Poultry and Farriers and Blacksmiths.

It was pleasing to see large crowds acknowledging the achievements of our exhibitors, with more than 414,000
people attending the 2018 show - our biggest Ekka since 2011.

Some of our competitions were even recognised at the International Association of Fairs and Expositions (IAFE)
Awards, which represents more than 1,100 fairs around the world. The Ekka won 24 international awards including 16
first places, with the Floristry, Race Around Ekka, Little Sprouts, Cookery and Student Made Cheese competitions all
placing.

The RNA is also committed to providing exhibitors with world-class facilities to use, through our $2.9 billion Brisbane
Showgrounds Regeneration Project.

In 2019, our Canine Competition exhibitors will use the new Alexandria Park, offering an undercover area for benching
and a grassed area for judging. Also this year, all four storeys of our world first animal pavilion will be in use for the
very first time, housing many animals including beef and dairy cattle, poultry and sheep.

For 143 years the RNA has been dedicated to championing agriculture and is honoured to stage Queensland’s largest
event on behalf of the community each year.

Good luck and we look forward to seeing your entries at the 2019 Royal Queensland Show.

                                                                                Top 10 Competitions in 2018
                                                                                       Competition              2018 Entries
David Thomas                                                                     1.    Canine                       2,319
RNA President                                                                    2.    Woodchop and Sawing          1,648
                                                                                 3.    Poultry                      1,624
                                                                                 4.    Horse                        1,578
                                                                                 5.    Stud Beef                    1,232
                                                                                 6.    Photography                  1,135
                                                                                 7.    Cookery                      1,098
                                                                                 8.    Creative Art and Craft       1,014
                                                                                 9.    Painting and Drawing          974
                                                                                 10.   Education on Show             896
142nd ROYAL QUEENSLAND SHOW

                                FRIDAY 9 – SUNDAY 18 AUGUST 2019

                                    SHOWJUMPING
APPLICATIONS TO ENTER CLOSE           Friday 7th June 2019 at 5.00pm

                     ENTRY FEES                              Online     Non Online
                        Class 701     RNA Members            $60.00     $70.00
                                      Non-Members            $80.00     $90.00

                  Classes 702-704     RNA Members            $50.00     $60.00
                            & 800     Non-Members            $65.00     $75.00

                  Classes 705-712     RNA Members            $45.00     $55.00
                        801 & 802     Non-Members            $60.00     $70.00

                  Classes 713-721     RNA Members            $30.00     $40.00
                        803 & 804     Non-Members            $45.00     $55.00

                         JUDGING      Tuesday 13 August 2019 - Sunday 18 August 2019

ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE DETAILS           ENTRY,EXIT TIMES AND DIRECTIONS WILL BE ADVISED
                                      AT CLOSE OF ENTRIES
                                      Entry: Gate 4 (O’Connell Tce)
                                      Exit: Gate 3 (Gregory Tce)

                      LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

                      ** ATTENTION EXHIBITORS - PLEASE NOTE **
 •   You MUST have a Hendra vaccination microchip number in order to Enter.
 •   Horses Vaccinations must be current as listed on the Zoetis Vaccination Registry as at the 1st August 2019.
 •   All Show jumping horses must be scanned through the Measuring Bay before competing.
 •   From 30 July 2019, all vehicles driving onto the Showgrounds MUST display an RNA Vehicle Access Permit on
     their dashboard in order to gain entry. Go to www.ekka.com.au/siteaccess.aspx for more information and to
     access the form. Please note there will be no exemptions to this rule.

        FOR ONLINE ENTRIES GO TO:                              FOR RNA MEMBERSHIP GO TO:
           www.ekka.com.au                                           www.rna.org.au

                     LATE ENTRIES WILL ONLY BE ACCEPTED UPON PAYMENT OF LATE ENTRY FEES
                                  PRIZES AND PRIZE MONEY SUBJECT TO CHANGE
                               NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE AFTER CLOSE OF ENTRIES
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SUPPORTED BY
The RNA wishes to thank the following supporters who have contributed towards prize money, prizes
                       and conduct of the SHOWJUMPING Competition

                                   DBL Garlands - Designs by Layla
                                 Energreen Nutrition Australia Pty Ltd
                                   Harcourt and McNamara Family
                                              Horsezone
                                 International Animal Health Products
                                              Lendlease
                                     Oakwood Products Australia

   If you are interested in becoming a Supporter of the Showjumping Competition please contact
    Competition Sponsorship | E: sponsorship@royalqueenslandshow.com.au | T: 07 3253 3935

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GENERAL REGULATIONS                                                                 PRIZE MONEY

                                                                       1.   Prize Money stated in the Schedule excludes GST.
Judging will be performed by a panel of Judges appointed by
                                                                       2.   GST will be added to the Prize Money for Exhibitors who
the Royal National Agricultural and Industrial Association of
                                                                            are registered for GST purposes. Prize money will be paid
Queensland.
                                                                            into your nominated bank account by 31 October following
                                                                            the Show.
The attention of Exhibitors is drawn to the fact that entries
                                                                       3.   The Association will provide a “Recipient Created Tax
are accepted subject to the Royal National Agricultural and
                                                                            Invoice” to Exhibitors who are registered for GST purposes.
Industrial Association of Queensland Act 1971, and to the
                                                                       4.   All cash prizes and trophies must be claimed within six
Rules, By-Laws and Regulations of the Association, in addition
                                                                            months from the closing date of the Royal Queensland
to the Special Regulations which appear in this schedule.
                                                                            Show. Prizes not claimed and by that date will be
Copies of the Rules and By-Laws may be obtained upon
                                                                            considered to have lapsed, and the amount will become a
application to the Competitions Department.
                                                                            donation to the Association. (RNA By-Laws)
No refunds will be made after close of entry.
                                                                                  WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY
           NOTICE TO INTENDING EXHIBITORS
                                                                       1.   The Brisbane Showgrounds are a designated Workplace
                                                                            within the meaning of the Workplace Health and Safety Act
Entries for EKKA can be made either on the Application to Enter
                                                                            2011 and exhibitors/competitors are required to ensure that
Form enclosed with this schedule or online at our website:
                                                                            they and all persons under their direction or control,
www.ekka.com.au. Entries submitted other than on the correct
                                                                            including their contractors or sub-contractors, comply with
form or online will be returned to the Exhibitor and, unless all
                                                                            all requirements of the Act and the RNA holds each exhibitor
requirements are complied with and the forms returned to the
                                                                            responsible to discharge its obligations to provide and
office by 5.00pm on the Application to Enter closing date, as
                                                                            maintain a safe place and system of work during occupation
shown in the Schedule, they will not be considered.
                                                                            by the exhibitor of any area of the Showgrounds.
                                                                       2.   Each exhibitor/competitor will assess the risk to
As a condition for acceptance of my entry: Neither myself nor
                                                                            themselves, staff, volunteers, family, other exhibitors, RNA
my family members will indulge in any social, professional or
                                                                            staff, show visitors, children and any person foreseeably
other interaction with an official or judge contracted or sub-
                                                                            affected by the presentation of their exhibit.
contracted by the RNA before or during the Royal Queensland
                                                                       3.   Risks identified by exhibitors/competitors will be eliminated
Show.
                                                                            or controlled by the exhibitor/competitor and particular
                                                                            attention will be paid to ensuring public safety and safety of
                   PRIVACY STATEMENT                                        other exhibitors/competitors.
                                                                       4.   Exhibits will only be held and handled by competent
You can be assured that the privacy of your personal                        persons whose experience is known to the
information is of the utmost importance to us. The information              exhibitor/competitor.
provided by you in any application for membership or                   5.   A “No Smoking Policy” will be strictly adhered to and
application to enter is used by the Royal National Agricultural             policed by exhibitors/competitors and
and Industrial Association of Queensland (RNA) to offer member              exhibitors/competitors are advised that the use of Primus
services or to organise and conduct competitions at the Royal               stoves, any heating or lighting appliances of a like
Queensland Show. By applying for membership or entering                     character, or any naked light, is strictly prohibited in the
such competitions you consent to provide such details as your               pavilions.
name, address and exhibit details. Competition information may         6.   Any exhibitors/competitors intending to bring electrical
be made available to the media and included in RNA                          equipment to the Showgrounds will be required to ensure
publications.                                                               that such equipment is fitted with residual current
                                                                            protection and that all electrical leads, tools and appliances
Your information will not be disclosed without your consent for             have been inspected by a licensed electrical contractor and
any other purpose unless required by the law. By providing your             currently tagged. The use of double adaptors is prohibited
email address you are consenting to receive communications                  and all power boards must also be tested and tagged.
from us relating to the Royal Queensland Show. For full privacy        7.   All exhibitors/competitors will comply with the requirements
details visit https://www.rna.org.au/privacy-policy.aspx                    of the Act and its Regulations and Standards in every other
                                                                            respect. This is essential for the safety of all
               GOODS AND SERVICES TAX                                       exhibitors/competitors and the general public. The Act
                                                                            imposes very severe penalties in the event of
              The RNA’s ABN is 41 417 513 726                               noncompliance with its provisions. Any
                                                                            exhibitors/competitors who do not comply will not be
                       ENTRY FORMS                                          allowed to exhibit at the Royal Queensland Show.
                                                                       8.   The Brisbane Showgrounds is subject to a Special Facility
Exhibitors must complete “STATEMENT BY EXHIBITOR”                           License issued under the Liquor Act 1992 and strict laws
section on the front page of the entry form advising their                  related to the consumption and possession of liquor across
taxation status.                                                            the Brisbane Showgrounds site. The consumption or
                                                                            possession of liquor outside of the licensed bar areas is not
                                                                            authorised by the RNA and in many cases may be an
                                                                            offence for which on the spot fines can be issued by Police
                                                                            and Liquor Licensing Investigators.

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DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE                                                    REGULATIONS & BY-LAWS

132. It there is any inconsistency between By-laws 133 - 153              All Entries and Exhibitors are subject to RNA Regulations and
     and any other By-laws of the Association, By-laws 133 -              By- Laws set out in this schedule as well as other By-Laws that
     153 will prevail.                                                    may pertain to this competition
133. The functions of the Disciplinary Committee shall be to
     hear and determine all complaints, allegations and other             Full copies of the RNA By-Laws may be obtained upon
     matters relating to:                                                 application to the Competitions Department.
    a) prohibited substances, as defined in these By-laws or
          Sectional Regulations.
    b) any alleged breach of the Rules, By-Laws and
          Regulations of the Association by an exhibitor and
          relating to an exhibit or to a competition, except if the
          alleged breach is of a kind that the Chairman of a
          Sectional Committee considers is of a less serious
          nature and should properly be dealt with by the
          Sectional Committee, and
    c) any other alleged breach of the Rules, By-Laws and
          Regulations of the Association that may be referred to
          Disciplinary Committee pursuant to By-Law 137 (a).

147. The Disciplinary Committee may announce its decision
      orally or in writing. A decision that is announced orally
      shall have effect in accordance with its terms.
148. If the opinion of the Disciplinary Committee is not
      unanimous, the decision of the majority shall prevail. If the
      Disciplinary Committee are equally divided on any
      question concerning the guilt or innocence of a person,
      the question shall be resolved in that person’s favour.
149. If the Disciplinary Committee considers that there has
     been a breach of the rules, By-laws or regulations of the
     Association, it may impose such a penalty as it considers
     to be appropriate, including without limitation:

         a.   a reprimand;
         b.   a monetary fine (payable at such time/s as the
              Disciplinary Committee may determine);
         c.   withdrawal or withholding of any award or ribbon;
         d.   disqualification in respect of any class;
         e.   expulsion from the Showground;
         f.   where the person concerned is a member, a
              suspension or termination of that membership;
         g.   a ban;
         h.   exclusion;
         i.   prohibiting a Person from exhibiting or competing
              at the current Show or at any future Show;
         j.   a direction that an Exhibit be
              removed from the Showground;
         k.   any other mandatory requirement; and
         l.   any other penalty provided for in other
              regulations of the Association.

150. There shall be no appeal from any decision of the
     Disciplinary Committee.

                          INSURANCE

161. The RNA may (but is not obliged to) take out a policy of
     insurance in respect of the legal liability on the part of an
     Exhibitor for loss or damage suffered by a third party
     caused by any act or omission of an Exhibit or the
     Exhibitor.
162. The RNA, RNA Staff Members and Officials of the RNA
     are not liable to any Exhibitor if the RNA fails to take out a
     policy of insurance effectively protecting any Exhibitor or
     Exhibit, or if any such policy does not operate to
     indemnify the Exhibitor in respect of the loss or damage in
     question.

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SHOWJUMPING REGULATIONS                                         11. All Show Jumping Competitions will be conducted under
                                                                              FEI rules 26th edition. Equestrian Australia rules will also
All Showjumping Competitions will be conducted under FEI                      apply to competitors and horses.
Rules 26th Edition and Equestrian Australia National Jumping              12. Any rider entering the ring with incorrect equipment is liable
Rules Effective 1 January 2018 (as amended January 2019).                     to be disqualified from that event.
                                                                          13. The RNA reserves the right to reject or transfer any
All horses entered in classes 701-721 must be registered in the               showjumping entry. The decision will be final and no
Equestrian Federation of Australia (State Branches) Register of               correspondence will be entered in to.
Jumping Horses or in a National Federation Register AT THE                14. All entries must have an Equestrian Australia Grade and
TIME OF NOMINATION. Registration Certificates must be                         points completed.
available for perusal by the Association's Horse Section Officials        15. All horses must be scanned through the Measuring Bay
at any time during the Show upon request.                                     before competing.

The Ring Programme and Timetable will be published prior to
the commencement of the Show.

Upon application to enter, each exhibitor must state the number
of classes in which he/she intends to compete, and full
particulars of the horses entered for each class as follows:

Jumping Classes: Name of Horse, Registration number (from
any State Branch of EFA), current grading Colour, Sex and a
completed performance sheet for each horse. From the
information contained on the performance sheet the
Association shall determine which entries are to be accepted.
Exhibitors whose entries have not been accepted shall be
advised accordingly and entry fees refunded.

                    SPECIAL REGULATIONS

1.  The Judge shall have the right to disqualify any exhibit, if in
    his opinion such exhibit is not eligible to compete in the
    class in which it is entered or paraded and upon such
    disqualification the exhibit shall forthwith be removed from
    the Judging Ring.
2. All riders and attendants must be neatly and appropriately
    attired. Shorts, singlets, thongs, joggers and similar attire
    not permitted.
3. All riders male or female, to be not less than 17 years of
    age unless otherwise stated.
4. All horses to be approved of before the starting of each
    event. A Judge in any event may warn off a horse which in
    his opinion is unfit to be ridden in such event.
5. The Committee reserves the right to have any horse
    examined for soundness by the Association's Veterinary
    Surgeon. Any horse found unsound shall not be permitted
    to compete in any jumping contest.
6. Unless otherwise provided all horses competing in jumping
    classes must be over 14.2 hands.
7. The Jumping Course will be restricted to the grass oval
    and will exclude the harness racing track.
8. With the exception of teams competition, the horse must
    keep the same number of draw throughout the event, the
    order of starting in each competition being displaced in
    proportion with the number of horses entered and number
    of individual competitions to be run. Should any horse and
    rider be not ready to enter the ring in accordance with this
    draw as set out in the catalogue, when called upon by the
    Assembly Yard Steward, the horse will automatically be
    scratched from the class.
9. Competitors may remove hats during presentation.
10. The exhibitor irrevocably consents to the RNA publishing or
    reproducing in any manner whatsoever any particulars or
    information in relation to their exhibits; the publication or
    reproduction may be in a printed form or visual image
    through electronic means and/or on the internet.

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SHOWJUMPING                                                                          GROUP A
                                                                           Riders in this Group must be 17 years of age or over on first
               CHAMPION RIDER                                              day of the Show. All horses must be scanned through the
                                                                           Measuring Bay before competing.
Maxisoy Voucher CHAMPION RIDER - SHOWJUMPING
Association Sash, Product                                                  Class 703 Maxisoy Voucher Group A Jumping Contest -
Maxisoy Voucher sponsored by Energreen Nutrition Australia                           Art. 238.2.2
Pty Ltd                                                                              First: $445, Product; Second: $356, Product;
                                                                                     Third: $267, Product; Fourth: $214; Fifth: $160;
                                                                                     Sixth: $142; Seventh: $107; Eighth: $89
                                                                                     Maxisoy Voucher sponsored by Energreen Nutrition
   YOUNG JUMPING HORSE OF                                                            Australia Pty Ltd

          THE SHOW                                                         Class 704 Maxisoy Voucher Group A Jumping Contest -
                                                                                     Art. 238.1
YOUNG JUMPING HORSE OF THE SHOW                                                      First: $445, Product; Second: $356, Product;
Special Prize for the exhibitor of the Horse 8 years of age or                       Third: $267, Product; Fourth: $214; Fifth: $160;
under scoring the greatest number of points in Groups A, B, C                        Sixth: $142; Seventh: $107; Eighth: $89
and the Royal Queensland Show Grand Prix event.                                      Maxisoy Voucher sponsored by Energreen Nutrition
                                                                                     Australia Pty Ltd
Points to be awarded on the following basis:
Each First prize: six (6) points; Second: five (5); Third: four (4);       Class 800 GROUP A CHAMPIONSHIP - Art. 238.2.2
Fourth: three (3); Fifth: two (2); Sixth: one (1).                                   First: $550; Second: $450; Third: $350; Fourth:
                                                                                     $300; Fifth: $250; Sixth: $200; Seventh: $150;
Placings in the Royal Queensland Show Grand Prix would gain                          Eighth: $100
double the above points. To be eligible for this award, exhibitors
                                                                           THE GROUP A JUMPING HORSE OF THE SHOW
must provide Stewards with proof of ages of the horse (which
will be as at 1 August in the year of the Award). This must be
                                                                           Special Prize of Association Sash for the exhibitor of the Horse
supplied prior to the commencement of the Jumping
                                                                           scoring the greatest number of points in Group A Jumping
Programme. In the event of a tie, the horse with the greatest
                                                                           Contests.
number of points in the highest group would be declared the
winner, or if two or more horses in the highest group secure an
                                                                           The award shall be determined as follows:
equal number of points, the horse with the greatest number of
First places in the group would be declared the winner. Should
                                                                           Each first prize to count as 8 points, second as 7, third as 6,
the places still be equal, the number of lower places gained will
                                                                           fourth as 5, fifth as 4, sixth as 3, seventh as 2, eighth as 1. The
be taken into account to determine the winner.
                                                                           horse gaining the greatest number of points shall be the winner.
Association Sash, Product, Garland
                                                                           In the event of two or more horses securing an equal number of
                                                                           points, the horse gaining the greatest number of first prizes shall
   ROYAL QUEENSLAND SHOW                                                   be the winner.

   GRAND PRIX AND HOLIDAY                                                  Should the points still be equal, the number of second prizes
                                                                           and if necessary, subsequent prizes will be taken into account
            PRIX                                                           in determining the prize.

Entries restricted to horses from Group A, Group B and Group               Association Sash, Product, Rug
C only. All horses must be scanned through the Measuring Bay               Prize basket of horse care products valued at $50 sponsored
before competing.                                                          by Oakwood Products Australia

Class 701 Grand Prix Jumping Contest - Art. 262.5.1 and
          273.3.3.3.1
          First: $1,500; Second: $1,200; Third: $900;
          Fourth: $720; Fifth: $540; Sixth: $480; Seventh:
          $360; Eighth: $300

Class 702 Holiday Prix - Art. 262.5.1 and 273.3.3.3.1
          First: $613, Garland; Second: $490; Third: $368;
          Fourth: $294; Fifth: $221; Sixth: $196; Seventh:
          $147; Eighth: $123

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Class 710 Group C Jumping Contest - Art. 238.2.2
                       GROUP B                                                      First: $312; Second: $264; Third: $216; Fourth:
                                                                                    $180; Fifth: $132; Sixth: $96
Riders in this Group must be 17 years of age or over on first
day of the Show. All horses must be scanned through the                   Class 711 Group C Jumping Contest - Art. 238.2.2
Measuring Bay before competing.                                                     First: $312; Second: $264; Third: $216; Fourth:
                                                                                    $180; Fifth: $132; Sixth: $96
Class 705 Group B Jumping Contest - Art. 238.2.2
          First: $375; Second: $300; Third: $225; Fourth:                 Class 802 Maxisoy Voucher GROUP C CHAMPIONSHIP -
          $180; Fifth: $135; Sixth: $120; Seventh: $90;                             Art. 238.2.2
          Eighth: $75                                                               First: $476, Product; Second: $403, Product;
                                                                                    Third: $329, Product; Fourth: $275; Fifth: $201;
Class 706 Group B Jumping Contest - Art. 238.2.2                                    Sixth: $146
          First: $375; Second: $300; Third: $225; Fourth:                           Maxisoy Voucher sponsored by Energreen Nutrition
          $180; Fifth: $135; Sixth: $120; Seventh: $90;                             Australia Pty Ltd
          Eighth: $75
                                                                          THE GROUP C JUMPING HORSE OF THE SHOW
Class 707 Group B Jumping Contest - Art. 238.1                            Special Prize for the Exhibitor of the horse scoring the greatest
          First: $375; Second: $300; Third: $225; Fourth:                 number of points in Group C Jumping Contests.
          $180; Fifth: $135; Sixth: $120; Seventh: $90;
          Eighth: $75                                                     The award shall be determined as follows:
                                                                          Each first prize to count as 6 points, second as 5, third as 4,
Class 801 GROUP B CHAMPIONSHIP - Art. 238.2.2                             fourth as 3, fifth as 2 and sixth as 1. The horse gaining the
          First: $508; Second: $406; Third: $305; Fourth:                 greatest number of points shall be the winner.
          $244; Fifth: $183; Sixth: $162; Seventh: $122;
          Eighth: $102
                                                                          In the event of two or more horses securing an equal number of
THE GROUP B JUMPING HORSE OF THE SHOW                                     points the horse gaining the greatest number of first prizes shall
Special Prize for the exhibitor of the Horse scoring the greatest         be the winner.
number of points in Group B Jumping Contests.
                                                                          Should the points still be equal the number of second prizes
The award shall be determined as follows:                                 and if necessary, subsequent prizes will be taken into account
Each first prize to count as 8 points, second as 7, third as 6,           in determining the prize.
fourth as 5, fifth as 4, sixth as 3, seventh as 2, eighth as 1. The
horse gaining the greatest number of points shall be the winner.          Association Sash, Product, Rug
                                                                          sponsored by Oakwood Products Australia
In the event of two or more horses securing an equal number of
points, the horse gaining the greatest number of first prizes shall
be the winner.
                                                                             ROYAL QUEENSLAND SHOW
Should the points still be equal, the number of second prizes
and if necessary, subsequent prizes will be taken into account
                                                                                    PUISSANCE
in determining the prize.                                                 Class 712 Royal Queensland Show Puissance - FEI Art.
                                                                                    262.2
Association Sash, Product, Rug                                                      First: $312, Garland; Second: $264; Third: $216;
Prize basket of horse care products valued at $50 sponsored                         Fourth: $180; Fifth: $132; Sixth: $96
by Oakwood Products Australia                                                       Garland sponsored by DBL Garlands - Designs by
                                                                                    Layla

                       GROUP C
Riders in this Group must be 17 years of age or over on first
day of the Show.

All horses must be scanned through the Measuring Bay before
competing.

Class 708 Group C Jumping Contest - Art. 238.2.2
          First: $312; Second: $264; Third: $216; Fourth:
          $180; Fifth: $132; Sixth: $96

Class 709 Maxisoy Voucher Group C Jumping Contest -
          Art. 238.1
          First: $312, Product; Second: $264, Product;
          Third: $216, Product; Fourth: $180; Fifth: $132;
          Sixth: $96
          Maxisoy Voucher sponsored by Energreen Nutrition
          Australia Pty Ltd

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Class 720 Maxisoy Voucher Young Riders Jumping
               JUNIOR JUMPING                                                    Contest - Art 238.2.2
                                                                                 First: $107, Product; Second: $91; Third: $75;
In the event of a large entry in this class, horses will be                      Fourth: $67; Fifth: $55
accepted according to their performances.                                        Maxisoy Voucher sponsored by Energreen Nutrition
                                                                                 Australia Pty Ltd
Horses accepted in Junior Jumping Competition are ineligible to
compete in Groups A, B or C. Riders in these classes are               Class 721 Young Riders Jumping Contest - Art 238.1
eligible to ride providing they have not exceeded the age of 18                  First: $107; Second: $91; Third: $75; Fourth: $67;
prior to the end of the Show. They must also be members of                       Fifth: $55
the EFA. All horses must be scanned through the Measuring
                                                                       Class 804 THE COLIN MEAGHER MEMORIAL YOUNG
Bay before competing.
                                                                                 RIDERS CHAMPIONSHIP - Art 238.2.2
                                                                                 First: $162, Voucher; Second: $138; Third: $114;
Class 713 Junior Jumping Contest - Art. 238.2.2                                  Fourth: $102; Fifth: $84
          First: $107; Second: $91; Third: $75; Fourth: $67;
          Fifth: $55

Class 714 Junior Jumping Contest -Table C - Art. 239
          First: $107; Second: $91; Third: $75; Fourth: $67;
          Fifth: $55

Class 715 Junior Jumping Contest - Art. 238.2.2
          First: $107; Second: $91; Third: $75; Fourth: $67;
          Fifth: $55

Class 803 JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP - Art. 238.2.2
          First: $162, Product; Second: $138; Third: $114;
          Fourth: $102; Fifth: $84

Class 716 Junior Six Bar - Art. 262.3
          First: $107, Product, Rug; Second: $91; Third:
          $75; Fourth: $67; Fifth: $55

Class 717 Junior - Take Your Own Line - Art. 271
          First: $107; Second: $91; Third: $75; Fourth: $67;
          Fifth: $55

CHAMPION JUNIOR RIDER - SHOWJUMPING
Association Sash, Rug

                 YOUNG RIDERS
Athletes may take part in competitions and Championships for
Young Riders from the beginning of the year they reach the age
of 16 until the end of the year they reach the age of 21. Before
the year in which they reach their 18th birthday Young Riders
are not eligible to enter classes 701 to 711.

In all young rider classes the course must have a minimum
height of 1.20 metres.

A young rider competitor may compete in Young Rider and
Senior competitions on the same horse.

All horses must be scanned through the Measuring Bay before
competing.

Class 718 Young Riders Jumping Contest - Art. 238.2.2
          First: $107, Voucher; Second: $91; Third: $75;
          Fourth: $67; Fifth: $55

Class 719 Young Riders Contest - Table C - Art. 239
          First: $107; Second: $91; Third: $75; Fourth: $67;
          Fifth: $55

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