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HORSE AND PONY SECTION
Horse and Pony Secretary: Mrs Jennie Lamb,
Wilden House, Cotherstone, Barnard Castle
Chief Steward: Miss Edwina Headley Asst. Secretary: Mrs C Bracewell
PASSPORTS: Exhibitors must ensure that passports are brought with each Horse/Pony in their care.
PLEASE NOTE: In all ridden Classes, horses and ponies must be four years old or over, and mare or gelding, unless otherwise stated. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday before 1st January 2017. Should a rider fall off in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring dismounted and take no further part in that class (except in handy pony classes). Handlers under the age of 14 are not permitted to show colts or stallions born before 1st January 2017.
HATS, RIDING – Anyone riding a pony/horse at any show must wear a riding hat. In all classes it is strongly recommended that competitors over the age 16 wear skull caps or riding hats in accordance with the current approved BSI or European standard. It is mandatory for competitors up to and including the age of 16 to wear a correctly secured riding hat to the current approved BSI or European standard. In Hand, it is mandatory for competitors up to and including the age of 16 to wear a correctly secured riding hat to the current approved BSI or European standard.
SPURS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED IN ANY SHOW RING.
ALSO: The substitution of catalogued entries after the closing date will not be permitted, and no refunds will be given.
HORSE & PONY CLASSES
Judging Commences 9.00am Entries £6.00 unless otherwise stated.
Prizes: 1st £10; 2nd £6; 3rd £4; 4th £2 for all classes unless otherwise stated.
Unless otherwise stated all classes are restricted to mares & geldings, 4years and over
PLEASE NOTE: Entries close 30th August 2017. Exhibitor’s numbers will be available from the Secretary after 8.00 am on Show Day
Subscriptions of £15 or over for 2 admission tickets and a car pass. One admission ticket per exhibitor for £6 or more of entry fees. To receive tickets, a stamped self-addressed envelope must be enclosed with entry.
BEST TURNED OUT PONY
Judge: Mrs K Logan, Blackburn, Lancs
Judged at 9.00 am prompt. Rosettes for all competitors
Prizes in this class are kindly donated by Jennie Stafford Rural Advisory Ltd.
LOCAL RIDING CLASS
Judge: Mrs K Logan, Blackburn, Lancs
Judging to follow Class H1. Rosettes for all competitors
Prizes in this Class are kindly donated by Mrs. J. Guy.
CHILD’S FIRST PONY OF PONY CLUB/ HUNTER TYPE
Judge: Mrs K Logan, Blackburn, Lancs
Judging to follow H2 not before 9.30am. – Rosettes for all competitors
A Special Rosette will be presented for the highest placed member of the Zetland Hunt Branch of the Pony Club in each class in the Child’s First Pony section. (Please indicate “ZHPC Member” on entry forms)
PLEASE NOTE: Ponies entered in the Show Hunter Pony Classes may NOT enter the Child’s First Pony Classes. Each child and pony combination may only enter ONE Child’s First Pony class. Ponies must be four years and over
In classes 3, 4, & 5 competitors may be asked to include a small jump as part of their individual show.
Class H3 is a qualifier for the Lead Rein Final at the CHAPS (UK) Championship. Qualification will be awarded to the highest placed CHAPS (UK) Registered LR exhibit, owned and ridden by CHAPS (UK) showing members, which has not already qualified, from within class placings. CHAPS (UK) rules apply – see Coloured Horse Section.
H3. PONY 127CM (12-2hh) AND UNDER most suitable as child’s first pony, to be judged at least 50% on manners, to be ridden by a child born in or after 2006. To be led by an attendant and shown in a snaffle bridle, the lead rein to be attached by the noseband only. Prizes in this class are kindly donated by Michael and Ann Marie Robinson
CHILDREN’S RIDING CLASSES
Judge: Mrs V Hodgett, Blackburn, Lancs.
Judging: not before 11am.will follow Show Hunter Pony Championship.
Rosettes for all competitors
HANDY PONY CLASSES
Judge: Mrs S Haines. Brompton on Swale
Judging from 10am.
Rosettes for all competitors
Prizes kindly donated by Paul Tranter & Company, Chartered Accountants,
31 High Street, Stokesley.
To be Judged on time over a course of hazards and obstacles, failure to negotiate any obstacle will invoke time penalties. Competitors in Handy Pony classes are advised to come to the Handy Pony ring as soon as possible. Ponies must be four years and over.
Judge: Mrs K Wilson, Barnard Castle
This show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse and Pony Society (UK). Both owner and the rider/exhibitor need not be a member of CHAPS(UK). nor must the horse or pony be registered with CHAPS (UK) to compete. These classes are also qualifiers for Ponies(UK) Summer Championships ( please refer to your CHAPS Handbook.)
The CHAPS (UK) Championship Show will be held from 30th August to 2nd September 2017. Shows held on or after the date of the Championship show will count as 2018 qualifiers. Members to apply in writing to CHAPS(UK) for appropriate qualifier card. The following classes, H15 to H19 inclusive, are CHAPS (UK) qualifiers. For full rulings and information on competition/qualification, please refer to the CHAPS(UK) member’s handbook or visit www.chapsuk.com for rulings.
All stallions entering these classes must be graded with CHAPS(UK). Riders and handlers of all competing stallions must comply with CHAPS (UK) rules.
Qualification cards – please note that it is important that judges must sign all qualification cards in the ring at the time of the competition. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to obtain from CHAPS(UK) (Admin), and to carry with them their qualification and membership cards. These cards must be a 2018 qualifier card. Competitors are required to have their qualification card signed by the judge and returned to CHAPS(UK).
This show is a qualifier for the P(UK) Winter Classic 2018 and the Supreme Championships 2017. The 1st, 2nd & 3rd placed horses/ponies in each class will qualify. Competitors in qualifying positions, who are not current Adult Members, must become a member before time of entry. Qualification cards will be awarded in the ring and Golden Tickets will be given to the winner/champion of each flat ridden affiliated section. Placings will be confirmed by results forwarded by the Show Secretary
SHOW HUNTER PONY CLASSES
Judge: Mrs V Hodgett, Burnley, Lancs
Judging 9am – 11am
Classes 20, 21, 22, and 23 are qualifiers for The Ponies (UK) Winter Classic 2018 and P(UK) Supreme Championship 2018. P(UK) Timberwolf Show Hunter Pony Championship. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each qualifying class will qualify. No qualification cards will be awarded in the ring, placings will be confirmed by results
Judge: Mr Morland, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria
Judging to start at 9.00am prompt
Four classes in this section are sponsored by Mr Guthrie of Broadland Properties Ltd.
THIS SHOW IS AFFILIATED WITH THE DALES PONY SOCIETY. All ponies MUST be registered with this Society. Name and registration number MUST be supplied with the entry form and printed in the catalogue.
A DALES PONY SOCIETY SPECIAL/PERFORMANCE ROSETTE OFFERED BY THE DALES PONY SOCIETY FOR THE BEST REGISTERED DALES PONY SHOWN IN-HAND AND BEST REGISTERED RIDDEN EXHIBITS SHOWN BY AN EXHIBITOR WHO PRODUCES A CURRENT MEMBERSHIP CARD IN THE RING. THESE CLASSES FORM PART OF THE DALES PONY SOCIETY STALLION PREMIUM SCHEME.
THE DALES PONY CLASSES 26-29 ARE AFFILIATED TO P(UK) This show is a qualifier for the P(UK) Winter Classic 2018 and the Supreme Championships 2018. The 1st, 2nd & 3rd placed horses/ponies in each class will qualify. Competitors in qualifying positions, who are not current Adult Members, must become a member before time of entry. Qualification cards will be awarded in the ring and Golden Tickets will be given to the winner/champion of each flat ridden affiliated section. Placings will be confirmed by results forwarded by the Show Secretary
MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND PONIES
Judge: Mrs H Harsfall, Todmorden, Lancs
Judging : not before 10.30am.
PLEASE NOTE WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CLASS H36b, THESE CLASSES ARE NOT OPEN TO DALES, FELLS OR SHETLANDS.
Four classes in this section are sponsored by Mr Alexander Yew. Bowes Moor Estate.
THESE CLASSES ARE ALL AFFILIATED TO P(UK). This show is a qualifier for the P(UK) Winter Classic 2018 and the Supreme Championships 2018. The 1st, 2nd & 3rd placed horses/ponies in each class will qualify. Competitors in qualifying positions, who are not current Adult Members, must become a member before time of entry. Qualification cards will be awarded in the ring and Golden Tickets will be given to the winner/champion of each flat ridden affiliated section. Placings will be confirmed by results forwarded by the Show Secretary
Dartmoor Pony Society rosettes will be presented to the highest placed registered Dartmoor in each class shown by a member of the Dartmoor Pony Society carrying a current membership card.
Exmoor Pony Society rosettes for the highest placed registered Exmoor in each class, shown by a current member of the Exmoor Pony Society.
Judge: Mrs B A Hodgson, Carnforth, Lancs.
THIS SHOW IS AFFILIATED WITH THE FELL PONY SOCIETY. ALL PONIES MUST BE REGISTERED WITH THIS SOCIETY. NAME AND REGISTRATION NUMBER MUST BE SUPPLIED WITH THE ENTRY FORM.
Fell Pony Society special rosettes will be presented to best In-Hand and Best Ridden Fell Ponies, on production of a valid membership card in the ring.
CLASSES 39-42 ARE ALL AFFILIATED TO P(UK). This show is a qualifier for the P(UK) Winter Classic 2018 and the Supreme Championships 2018. The 1st, 2nd & 3rd placed horses/ponies in each class will qualify. Competitors in qualifying positions, who are not current Adult Members, must become a member before time of entry. Qualification cards will be awarded in the ring and Golden Tickets will be given to the winner/champion of each flat ridden affiliated section. Placings will be confirmed by results forwarded by the Show Secretary
Judges: Mr P Dawson, Trimdon, Co Durham. (Standards, Midi, Young Handler)
Miss K Nixon, Richmond, North Yorkshire. (Miniature and Ridden)
Judging from 9.00am prompt
ALL PONIES COMPETING IN THIS SECTION MUST BE REGISTERED WITH THE SHETLAND PONY STUDBOOK SOCIETY. Registered names and numbers MUST be given on the entry form for all ponies except foals and printed in the catalogue
Three year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown. All foals must be a minimum of 3 weeks old on the day of the Show
PLEASE NOTE: Children under the age of 14 years on the day of the Show may not show colts (excluding foals) or entire males in In – hand classes. Children under 11 years on the day of the Show may not show entire males in ridden classes. In the interests of safety BSI Approved hard hats, properly fastened, must be worn by all handlers aged 14 or under in In-hand classes. Properly fastened hard hats must be worn by all exhibitors irrespective of age in ridden classes. In ridden classes, if a rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring, rider dismounted and takes no further part. .
MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND CHAMPIONSHIP
Judged not before 12.30 pm
For champion and reserve overall champions from the Dales, Mountain and Moorland, Fells and Shetlands. To be judged for the Jersey Farm Perpetual Challenge Trophy (31), presented by Messrs Watson, and to be held by the champion, for one year only. The Championship will be judged by a panel made up of one judge from each of the sections involved.
SENIOR SHOWING & DRESSAGE CLASSES
ALL COMPETITORS SHOULD AQUAINT THEMSELVES WITH SSAD RULES BEFORE ENTERING
- NO SPURS, NO GALLOPING, NO WEARING OF FACE/BODY JEWELLERY ARE PERMITTED
- NO FOALS ARE PERMITTED IN SSAD LTD CLASSES
- IN HAND CLASSES MINIUM AGE OF HANDLER 9YRS
- STALLIONS- EITHER IN HAND OR RIDDEN COMPETITORS MUST BE OVER THE OVER THE AGE OF 16 YEARS.
- COMPETITORS CANNOT ENTER THE RING ONCE THE COMMAND OF TROT HAS BEEN GIVEN
THE SAME RIDER/HANDLER/PONY/HORSE COMBINATION MUST STAY THE SAME FROM FIRST/SECOND ROUND QUALIFIERS AND GRAND FINAL.
OLYMPIA ANTHONY EVANS SSAD HOME PRODUCED FIRST ROUND QUALIFIER 2017
MINIATURE HORSE CLASSES
Judge: Mrs C Kemp, Darlington, Co Durham
Judging: not before 1.00pm
Bowes Agricultural Society driving classes are affiliated to the British Driving Society, and are open to stallions, mares, or geldings 4 Years and over.
This section is kindly sponsored by Paul Tranter & Co.
PRIVATE DRIVING CLASS (Traditional Vehicles)
Prizes: 1st, £20; 2nd £15 3rd, £10; 4th £5.
Rosettes to all competitors
Open to singles, pairs and multiples horses and ponies 4 years old and over driven to a traditional vehicle (commercial vehicles, hackney show wagons, pneumatic tyres not allowed).
ANY UNDER 16 DRIVERS AND RIDERS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED IN THE RING BY A RESPONSIBLE ADULT.
EXERCISE CART CLASSES
Prizes: 1st,£10; 2nd, £6; 3rd, £4; 4th £2;
Rosettes to all competitors.
Prizes: 1st £50; 2nd £30; 3rd £20; 4th £10; Rosettes to all competitors
Entry Fee: £6.00
Please note: It is a compulsory requirement for all persons riding on carriages in this class to wear appropriate BSI approved safety helmets, properly fastened at all times.
Judge: Mrs V Hodgett, Burnley, Lancs.
Judging at 3.00 pm
SHOWING CLASSES (IN HAND)
TRADITIONAL GYPSY COBS
Judge: Mrs H Horsfall, Todmorden, Lancs
Judging 2.00 pm
The show is affiliated to The Traditional Gypsy Cob Association (GB) and all in hand and ridden classes are qualifiers for the TGCA National Championships. TGCA classes in hand or ridden are open to anyone unless showing a stallion. All stallions 4 years old and over must be licensed with the TGCA prior to the Show. In order to qualify for the TGCA National Championships all exhibits must be registered with TGCA and exhibitors and owners must be fully paid up members either prior to or within 21 days of the show date for that qualification to be valid. Members who are registered prior to the Show must have their qualification cards present in the ring for the judge to sign for the qualification to be valid.
All ridden and in hand stallions must wear a TGCA bridle number when competing.
All stallions and colts must be bitted when competing in an in hand class.
No foals are permitted to enter any in hand classes.
Qualification in each class goes to the first three exhibits who have not already qualified, unless the class has twelve or more exhibits, then qualification will go to the first six exhibits who have not already qualified.
These classes are open to both coloured and solid Gypsy Cobs with a ‘best solid’ rosette being awarded the highest placed solid in each class. A rosette is awarded to the highest placed TGCA member in each class.
Judge: Mrs K Logan, Blackburn, Lancs.
These classes are affiliated to the British Appaloosa Society (BApS). All horses exhibited in BApS affiliated classes must be owned by a fully paid-up member of BApS, and registered as follows:
All horses MUST be registered in either the Main Register, Annexe or Part Bred. NO entry will be accepted unless it meets this criteria