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Light Horses & Ponies

Event Date
18th May 2024

Show Hunters In-Hand

First and Second prize winners in Classes 142-146 compete for In-Hand Champion and Reserve Hunter.
In-Hand and Ridden Champion and Reserve Champion Hunters compete for Overall Champion Hunter and Reserve Overall Champion Hunter (Ring 3).

The Champion In-Hand Hunter competes for The Supreme In-Hand Championship to be judged in Ring 6 at 1pm. Kindly sponsored by DP & L TRAVEL.

This show is a qualifier for both The Moorbennhall Irish Draught Youngstock Challenge and the IDHS (GB) Irish Draught Sport Horse Youngstock Challenge. Please see eligibility criteria at the start of the Light Horse section.
The two highest placed Irish Draught pure-breds and Irish Draught Sport Horses from Classes 144-146 will qualify for the IDHS(GB) National Championship Show which will be held on the 7th & 8th September 2024 at Onley Equestrian Centre, Onley Grounds Farm, Willoughby, Rugby, Warwickshire CV23 8AJ. If one or both have already qualified, the horse next in line in each age group will qualify for their respective final.

Qualifiers will be contacted by a member of the IDHS (GB) Show Team. In their respective final, there will be three preliminary classes with the two highest placed semifinalists from each class going forward to the Championship where the Champion will receive £500 and the Reserve Champion £150.

TROPHIES & PRIZES
The Fife Hunt Challenge Cup for the Best Hunter.
The Lt Col R G O Hutchison Challenge Cup for the Best Brood Mare, presented by D Brown Esq. of Thornton as a Perpetual Trophy.
The Barham Challenge Cup for the Best Hunter In-Hand, presented by Major Sir Robert Spencer-Nairn Bt.
The W P Roger Memorial (Perpetual) Trophy for the Best Hunter Brood Mare shown by an exhibitor resident in Fife, presented by Mrs M Roger and Miss L Roger of Boarhills.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 5
Ms Fiona Mackinnon (Judge), Miss Jane Gilchrist (Judge)
Class: 142 Brood mare with foal at foot or due to foal before 31 July in the current year.

Description:

(SEE NOTE Brood Mares.)

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 143 Foal to have been shown with its Dam in Class 134.

Description:

Foal must be at least 3 weeks old on the day of the Show.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 144 Hunter filly, colt or gelding yearling.

Description:

Foaled in preceding year.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 145 Hunter filly, colt or gelding 2 year old.

Description:

Foaled 2 years previously.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 146 Hunter filly, colt or gelding, 3 year old.

Description:

Foaled 3 years previously.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Show Hunters Ridden

First and Second prize winners in Classes 147-150 compete for Ridden Champion and Reserve Hunter.
In-Hand and Ridden Champion and Reserve Champion Hunters compete for Overall Champion Hunter and Reserve Overall Champion Hunter (Ring 3).

Equifest Qualifier - Classes 147-150. See Notes at start of Light Horse section.
Irish Draught Qualifier - Classes 147-150. See Notes at start of Light Horse section.
This show is a qualifier for the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) £2,000 Ridden Challenge. The highest placed horse (not already qualified) from each of the above Classes that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding, will qualify for the final of the IDHS (GB) £2,000 Challenge. Horses need not be registered with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) Registers by the time of the Championship, which will be held at the IDHS (GB) National Championship Show on 7th & 8th September 2024 at Onley Equestrian Centre, Onley Grounds Farm, Willoughby, Rugby, Warwickshire CV23 8AJ.
In the final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, the Reserve Champion will be awarded £500, and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each. In addition, the highest placed Purebred Irish Draught will receive £100, and the highest placed Sport Horse will receive £50.
A horse may only qualify for the final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered. Qualifiers will be contacted by a member of the IDHS(GB) Show Team.

TROPHIES & PRIZES
The Fife Hunt Challenge Cup for the Best Hunter.
The Teases Challenge Cup for the Best Hunter, 4 years old and upwards, shown under saddle, confined to Fife.
The Countess of Lindsay Cup for the Best Weight Carrying Hunter, shown under saddle, confined to Fife and Kinross.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 3
Miss Jane Gilchrist (Judge)
Class: 147 Lightweight Hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Description:

Capable of carrying up to 12.7 stone.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 148 Middleweight Hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Description:

Capable of carrying 12.7 stone but not 14 stone.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 149 Heavyweight Hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Description:

Capable of carrying over 14 stone.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 150 Open Small Hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Description:

Exceeding 148 cm but not exceeding 158 cm. Rider any age.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Registered Mountain & Moorland In-Hand

First and second prize winners in Classes 151-154 compete for Champion and Reserve.
The Champion In-Hand M&M competes for the Gavin Reekie Challenge Cup and the Supreme In-Hand Championship, kindly sponsored by DP & L TRAVEL, to be judged in Ring 6 at 1pm. by Mrs J. Reid

Run under NPS Rules. All ponies to be registered in the main body of their Breed Society Stud Book. Please note that Highland ponies entered in Appendices A, B or C are not eligible to qualify for the NPS Scotland Championships (Classes 151, 153)

NPS Scotland Qualifier - See Notes at start of horse section
NPS Scotland/Townhead Pet n Pony In-Hand M & M Championship - Classes 151-154.
Handlers of ponies in In Hand classes must be at least 5 years of age and those who are 14 years and under must wear a correctly secured skull caps/riding hat that meets the current standards. Handlers of stallions or colts must be 14 years old or over. Foals are not eligible. The Champion & Res. Champion will qualify for the Final at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials on Friday 23rd August 2024. Qualification may go to 3rd in the Championship (i.e.1st Reserve Champion) The owner of the pony does not have to be an NPS Scotland member for the pony to enter this competition, but the owner of the pony must be or become a member of NPS Scotland to enter the Blair Final.

Equifest Qualifier - Classes 151-154. See Notes at start of Horse section.

This Section will take part in The Horse Trust's Healthiest Body Condition Awards. This important welfare initiative is designed to raise awareness of equine obesity. A representative of Eden Veterinary Practice will body condition score all the horses and ponies and award a special rosette to the healthiest in the Class. For more information, please go to: www.horsetrust.org.uk/healthy-equine-body-condition.

TROPHIES & PRIZES
Balone Cup (Perpetual) - presented by R L Graham Esq for the Best Welsh Pony (Section C or D) in Class 151.
Balone Bowl (Perpetual) - presented by R L Graham Esq, Balone Farm, St Andrews, for the Best Welsh Pony (Section A or B) in Class 152.
The Gavin Reekie (Perpetual) Challenge Cup for the best animal in the In-Hand Native Pony sections (Highland, Shetland, and Registered Pure-Bred Mountain & Moorland).

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st £12 2nd £8 3rd £5

Kindly sponsored by: SPOILED

Light Horse Ring 6
Mrs Jane Barry (Judge)
Class: 151 Colt, filly or gelding, 3 years and under. Large breeds

Description:

Connemara, New Forest, Welsh Section C & D, Fell, Dale, Highland

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 152 Colt, filly or gelding, 3 years and under. Small breeds

Description:

Shetland, Exmoor, Welsh Section A & B, Dartmoor

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 153 Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years and over. Large breeds

Description:

Connemara, New Forest, Welsh Section C & D, Fell, Dale, Highland

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 154 Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years and over. Small breeds

Description:

Shetland, Exmoor, Welsh Section A & B, Dartmoor

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Mountain & Moorland Novice Ridden

First & second prize winners in Classes 155-156 compete for Champion & Reserve.
Run under NPS Rules. All ponies to be registered in the main body of their Breed Society Stud Book. Please note that Highland ponies entered in Appendices A, B or C are not eligible to qualify for the NPS Scotland Championships

NPS Scotland Qualifier - see Notes at start of Horse section
NPS Scotland/Kilmannan Stud Novice Ridden M & M Championship - Classes 155, 156. The owner does not have to be an NPS Scotland member for the pony to enter this competition but the owner must be or become a member to enter the final.
A pony is not eligible to compete if, before 1st January in the current year, it has done any of the following:
i Won an open affiliated mixed M&M Ridden class
ii Qualified for Horse of the Year Show, BSPS LeMieux final or RIHS Open M&M Ridden classes
iii Qualified for the M&M Novice or Intermediate Ridden final at the NPS Summer Championship show and the NPS Scotland/Kilmannan Stud Novice Finals (Blair) (N.B. Ponies can compete as novices in this competition for two consecutive years provided they do not submit an entry to the final in the first year).
iv. If a pony qualifies for Horse of the Year Show, Olympia or RIHS in its second year it is de-noviced and cannot compete in the Kilmannan Final at Blair.

The 2 highest placed ponies, not already qualified, in each class will qualify for the Final which will take place at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials on Friday 23rd August 2024. Qualifications to go no lower than 4th place

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 6
Mrs Jane Barry (Judge)
Class: 155 Novice stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years and over. Small breeds.

Description:

Exmoor, Dartmoor, Shetland, Welsh Section A or B registered. Snaffle bridle only.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 156 Novice stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years and over. Large breeds

Description:

Connemara, New Forest, Dale, Fell, Highland, Welsh Section C or D registered. Snaffle bridle only.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Mountain & Moorland Open Ridden

Run under NPS Rules. All ponies to be registered in the main body of their Breed Society Stud Book. Please note that Highland ponies entered in Appendices A, B or C are not eligible to qualify for the NPS Scotland Championships.

The Highland Pony Society offers a Rosette for the Best Ridden Highland Pony.
First and second prize winners in Classes 157 and 158 compete for the Mini Champion and Reserve. This Championship will be judged before Class 159 commences.
First and second prize winners in Classes 159-160 compete for Junior Ridden Champion and Reserve. This Championship will be judged before Class 161 commences.
First and second prize winners in Classes 161-162 compete for Champion and Reserve.

Equifest Qualifier - Classes 157-162. See Notes at start of Light Horse section

NPS Scotland Qualifiers - see Notes at start of Light Horse section
NPS Scotland/Kilgraston School M & M Lead Rein Championship - Class 157.
The owner does not have to be an NPS Scotland member for the pony to enter this competition, but the owner must be or become a member to enter the final.
Ponies must be shown in a snaffle bit with the lead rein attached to the noseband. Ponies must not be cantered. Ponies may not be ridden side saddle. Handles on saddles are permitted. Ponies will not be stripped. The 2 highest placed ponies in the Lead Rein Class not already qualified will go forward to the final which will take place at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials on Friday 23rd August 2024. Qualifications to go no lower than 4th place.

NPS Scotland/Kilgraston School M & M First Ridden Championship - Class 158.
The owner does not have to be an NPS Scotland member for the pony to enter this competition but the owner must be or become a member to enter the final.
Ponies must not be cantered except in their individual show. Ponies will not be stripped. Ponies may not be ridden side saddle. Ponies may be shown in any suitable bridle. The 2 highest placed ponies in the First ridden class not already qualified will go forward to the final which will take place at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials on Friday 23rd August 2024. Qualifications to go no lower than 4th place.

NPS Scotland/Maggie May Junior Open Ridden Championship - Classes 159, 160.
Mares and geldings four years old and over, registered in the main body of their respective Breed Society stud book. Please note NO Stallions are allowed in the Junior Classes. In classes run under NPS Rules the ages of riders and handlers are all taken as at 1st January of the current year. The only exception is for Leading Rein classes where the child must be at least 3 years old on the day of the class.
Class 159 - Rider to be 10 years but under 18 years on 1st January in the current year. Class 160 - Rider to be 10 years but under 14 years on 1st January in the current year.
The owner of the pony does not have to be an NPS Scotland member for the pony to enter this competition, but the owner of the pony must be or become a member of NPS Scotland to enter the Blair Final.
To be shown in any suitable bridle. All ponies must be stripped in the NPS Scotland Final.
The highest placed pony, in each Junior Ridden Class not already qualified, will qualify for the Final which will take place at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials on 23rd August 2024. Qualifications to go no lower than 4th place

NPS Scotland/Baileys Horse Feeds Open Ridden M & M Championship - Classes 161,162.
Rider any age, except stallions (see rules). The owner does not have to be an NPS Scotland member for the pony to enter this competition, but the owner must be or become a member to enter the final. Cavesson nosebands only. All ponies must be stripped in the NPS Final.
The 2 highest placed ponies, not already qualified, in each class will qualify for the Final which will take place at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials on Friday 23rd August 2024. Qualifications to go no lower than 4thplace.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Main Ring
Mrs Jane Barry (Judge)
Class: 157 Lead Rein pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cms.

Description:

Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor, New Forest, Welsh Section A or B. Minimum age of rider - 3yrs. Rider not to have attained their 9th birthday by 1 January in current year.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 158 First Ridden pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 128cms.

Description:

Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor, New Forest, Welsh Section A or B. Rider not to be 12yrs by 1 January in current year.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 159 Junior Ridden Large Breeds.

Description:

Junior Ridden - Fell, Dales (may exceed 148cms) , New Forest, Highland, Connemara or Welsh Pony Section C or D (may exceed 148cms). Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, registered in the main body of their Breed Society Stud-Book. NO stallions permitted in Junior classes. Riders must be under 18 years of age on the 1st January in the current year.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 160 Junior Ridden Small Breeds

Description:

Junior Ridden - Exmoor, Dartmoor, Shetland, Welsh Pony Section A or B, Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, registered in the main body of their Breed Society Stud-Book. NO stallions permitted in Junior classes. Riders must be under 14 years of age on the 1st of January in the current year.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 161 Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over. Large breeds.

Description:

Fell, Dale, New Forest, Highland, Connemara or Welsh Pony, Section C or D, registered in the main body of their Breed Society Stud-Book.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 162 Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over. Small breeds

Description:

Exmoor, Dartmoor, Shetland, Welsh Pony Section A or B, registered in the main body of their Breed Society Stud-Book.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Mountain & Moorland Open Working Hunter Ponies

Run under NPS Rules. All ponies to be registered in the main body of their Breed Society Stud Book. Please note that Highland ponies entered in Appendices A, B or C are not eligible to qualify for the NPS Scotland Championships. Ponies may be measured at the judge's discretion.

Course Builder: Mr G Barclay, 30 Bryce Avenue, Carron, Falkirk.
The following shows the minimum height, maximum height, maximum spread for each class:
Class 164 - 55cms; 70cms; 55cms
Class 165 - 65cms; 80 cms; 65cms
Class 166 - 75cms; 90cms; 75cms
Class 167 - 85cms; 100cms; 85cms
First and second prize winners in classes 164-167 compete for Champion and Reserve.

Equifest Qualifier - Classes 164-167. See Notes at start of Light Horse section

NPS Scotland Qualifier (excluding Class 163). See Notes at start of Light Horse section.
NPS Scotland/Kingfisher Building Products M & M Open WHP Championship - Classes 164-167.
Rider any age, except stallions (see rules). Riders may only ride one pony in each class. The owner does not have to be an NPS Scotland member for the pony to enter this competition, but the owner must become a member to enter the final. The course will consist of a minimum of seven fences, one of which must be a spread, a change of direction must be included. If a hazard is included, it will be numbered and judged as a fence. A water tray jump will be included at the final. Ponies may be shown in any suitable bridle. All ponies must be stripped in the NPS Final.

The 2 highest placed ponies, in each class not already qualified, will qualify for the Final which will take place at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials on Friday 23rd August 2024. Qualifications to go no lower than 4th place.

TROPHIES & PRIZES
The Aytounhill Trophy for the Champion Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter Pony.
The Highland Pony Society offers a Special Rosette for the Best Highland WHP.

Entry fees: £14 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £20 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5

Kindly sponsored by: WB GRIEVE CONTRACTOR

Light Horse Ring 2
Miss Pat Rennie (Judge), Mrs Caroline Nelson (Judge)
Class: 163 Nursery Stakes, Mare or Gelding, not exceeding 128 cm.

Description:

Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00
Class: 164 Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 5 years and over, not exceeding 122 cms.

Description:

Pure Bred Registered Mountain & Moorland pony

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00
Class: 165 Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 5 years and over, exceeding 122 cms and not exceeding 133 cms.

Description:

Pure Bred Registered Mountain & Moorland pony

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00
Class: 166 Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 5 years and over, exceeding 133 cms and not exceeding 143 cms.

Description:

Pure Bred Registered Mountain & Moorland pony

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00
Class: 167 Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 5 years and over, exceeding 143 cms and not exceeding 148cm

Description:

Pure Bred Registered Mountain & Moorland pony. (no height restriction for Welsh Sec D/Dales).

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00

Part Bred Mountain & Moorland

Run under NPS Rules - see Notes at start of Light Horse Section
Classes 168-170 to compete for Champion & Reserve.
If Champion comes from Class 168 or 169, winner to go forward to The Supreme In-Hand Championship, kindly sponsored by DP & L TRAVEL, to be judged in Ring 6 at 1p.m.

Equifest qualifier - Class 170. See Notes at start of Light Horse section

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 5
Miss Olivia Cousens (Judge)
Class: 168 M & M Part Bred In-Hand.

Description:

Yearling colt, filly or gelding, 2 or 3 yr old filly or gelding.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 169 M & M Part Bred In-Hand.

Description:

4 yrs old or over, mare or gelding

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 170 M & M Part Bred Ridden.

Description:

Rider any age.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Open Show Pony/Show Hunter Pony

First and second prize winners in classes 171 - 172 compete for Mini SP/SHP Champion and Reserve.
First and second prize winners in classes 173-174 compete for Open SP/SHP Champion and Reserve.

Equifest Qualifier - Classes 171-174. See Notes at start of Light Horse section

TROPHIES & PRIZES
The Pilkington Challenge Cup (Perpetual) - presented by Miss Maude Pilkington of Whincraig, Newport-on-Tay, for the Champion Show Hunter Pony.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 4
Mrs Jo-Anne Simpson (Judge)
Class: 171 Lead Rein Pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Description:

Not exceeding 122 cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st January of the current year. To be shown in a suitable snaffle bridle.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 172 First Ridden Pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Description:

Not exceeding 122 cms. Suitable to be ridden by a rider not to have attained their 10th birthday before 1 January in the current year. To be shown in a suitable snaffle bridle

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 173 Mixed Height Open Show Pony. Mare or gelding, 4yrs old or over.

Description:

Not exceeding 148cms. Riders must be the correct age for the height of pony they ride.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 174 Mixed Height Open Show Hunter Pony. Mare or gelding, 4yrs old or over.

Description:

Not exceeding 153cms. Riders must be the correct age for the height of pony they ride.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Training Stakes

Course Builder: Mr G Barclay, 30 Bryce Avenue, Carron, Falkirk. Run under BSPS Rules.

Method of Judging: Animals will be required to jump a course of fences, they will immediately be asked to give a short show including a change of rein and gallop in the same ring.

Marks: Jumping 60 points, Style and Manners while jumping 20 points. Show mark and manners 20 points TOTAL 100 points

This show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS) and all persons entering, competing, showing or otherwise taking part in BSPS classes, whether or not members of the BSPS, are subject to the rules of the BSPS including the disciplinary procedures and shall be deemed to have consented to the jurisdiction of the BSPS.

Body Protectors MUST be worn when jumping in any WHP and WH classes, including practice rings at B.S.P.S. affiliated shows. (Including Tiny Tots, Cradle and Nursery Stakes, WSP, LRWSP and Training Stakes). Riders must wear a body protector when working in (practice jumps) and the jumping phase in all B.S.P.S. organised and affiliated events. A British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) approved and appropriately labelled “Level 3 body protector” 2018 (Blue and Black) shown on the label. BETA recommends body protectors are replaced at least every three to five years, after which the impact absorption properties of the foam may have started to decline. All types of Air Jackets are not allowed.

Correctly secured Skull Caps/Riding Hats Nos. PAS015 2011, VG1, (BS) EN1384 2023, ASTM F1163 2015 and 2023, SNELL E2016 and E2021, AS/NZS 3838 2006, MUST be worn by riders at all times when mounted. Hats should have a plain cover, either Black, Navy Blue, Brown, Grey or Green. Velvet covers are encouraged. The B.S.P.S. encourages members to have their hats tagged through the B.S.P.S. scheme or via the Pony Club Scheme. Tagging indicates that the hat meets the accepted standards, no check of the fit or condition of the hat is implied. It is considered to be the responsibility of the members/guardians to ensure the hat complies with the current standards and is tagged before they compete. Members/guardians are responsible for ensuring the manufacturer’s guidelines with regard to fit and replacement are followed. Hat Tagging in B.S.P.S. classes is compulsory at BSPS Winter, Summer and Heritage Championship shows, Royal International Horse Show, London International Horse Show, Burghley Gold Cup and lead rein WSP final. (We are accepting British Eventing, British Riding Club and Pony Club tags)

BLAIR CASTLE BSPS TRAINING STAKES SERIES
Classes 175-177 are qualifiers for these Championships. Ponies placed first and second in the qualifying classes will qualify for the Championships at the Defender Blair Castle International Horse Trials 2024. Qualification may go down to fourth place if higher placed ponies have previously qualified - only those who have jumped a clear round can qualify. Those that qualify at all three heights may only enter two classes at the Finals.

TROPHIES & PRIZES
The Marjorie Wilson Challenge Cup (Perpetual) - presented by Mrs Marjorie Wilson, Hilton, Cupar, for the Champion Working Hunter Pony.

Entry fees: £14 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £20 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5

Kindly sponsored by: LOCH LEVEN EQUINE PRACTICE

Light Horse Ring 2
Miss Pat Rennie (Judge), Mrs Caroline Nelson (Judge)
Class: 175 Training Stakes - 60cm.

Description:

Plaited or heritage mountain and moorland ponies 4yrs old or over not exceeding 158cm. Riders any age.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00
Class: 176 Training Stakes - 70cm.

Description:

Plaited or heritage mountain and moorland ponies 4yrs old or over not exceeding 158cm. Riders any age.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00
Class: 177 Training Stakes -80cm.

Description:

Plaited or heritage mountain and moorland ponies 4yrs old or over not exceeding 158cm. Riders any age.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00

Fife Pony Classes

Riders must be resident in Fife.
First and second prize winners in classes 178-180 compete for Champion and Reserve.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5

Kindly sponsored by: Class 180 - DEEBEES ROSETTES

Light Horse Ring 5
Miss Olivia Cousens (Judge)
Class: 178 Lead Rein. Open to riders resident in Fife under 9yrs on 1st January of current year.

Description:

Pony not to exceed 138 cms. To be judged on dress, turnout and manner of going of pony and rider.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 179 Open to riders resident in Fife, 8-12 years old on the day of the Show.

Description:

Pony not to exceed 148 cms (no leading reins permitted). To be judged on dress, turnout, manner of going of pony and rider.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 180 Open to riders resident in Fife, 13-16 years old on the day of the Show

Description:

Pony not to exceed 158 cms. To be judged on dress, turnout and manner of going of pony and rider.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Fife Ridden Horse

Rider must be resident in Fife
This Class may be split by height, if numbers dictate.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 5
Miss Olivia Cousens (Judge)
Class: 181 Fife Ridden Horse.

Description:

Open to horses and ponies of any type and height, with riders resident in Fife, over 16yrs of age.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Equitation Section

The Judge will advise on the individual show requirements. Plain snaffle bridles only - no bitless bridles, Wilkie snaffles, pelhams or gags allowed. No martingales, but neckstraps may be worn.

Classes will be marked out of 100 as follows: Rider's use of seat and aids 50; Rider's position 25; Overall impression 25.

First and second prize winners in Classes 182-183 compete for Mini Champion and Reserve which will take place before Class 184 starts.
First and second prize winners in Classes 184-185 compete for Champion and Reserve.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 5
Miss Olivia Cousens (Judge)
Class: 182 Lead Rein Equitation.

Description:

Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Ponies 4 years old or over and of any height and any type.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 183 First Ridden Equitation.

Description:

Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Ponies 4 years old or over and of any height and any type.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 184 Junior Equitation.

Description:

Riders not to have attained their 18th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Ponies/Horses 4 years old or over and of any height and any type.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 185 Senior Equitation.

Description:

Riders to have attained their 18th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Ponies/Horses 4 years old or over and of any height and any type.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Coloured Horses & Ponies

First and second prize winners in Classes 186-189 compete for In-Hand Champion and Reserve. The Champion Coloured In-Hand competes for The Supreme In-Hand Championship, kindly sponsored by DP & L TRAVEL, to be judged in Ring 6 at 1pm. by Mrs J Reid.
First and second prize winners in Classes 190-191 compete for Ridden Champion and Reserve.
In-Hand Champion and Ridden Champion compete for Overall Coloured Champion.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 4
Mrs Margaret Smith (Judge)
Class: 186 Non-native In-hand. Any height, sex or type, 1 to 3 years old.

Description:

To be shown plaited and trimmed.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 187 Native/cob/traditional type In-hand. Any height, sex or type, 1 to 3 years old.

Description:

To be shown in natural state or fully trimmed and hogged.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 188 Non-native In-hand. Any height, sex or type, 4 years old and over.

Description:

To be shown plaited and trimmed.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 189 Native/cob/traditional type In-hand. Any height, sex or type, 4 years old or over.

Description:

To be shown in natural state or fully trimmed and hogged.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 190 Non-native - Ridden. Any height, sex or type, 4 years old and over.

Description:

Display required, judge will not ride any exhibit. To be shown plaited and trimmed.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 191 Native/cob/traditional type - Ridden. Any height, sex or type, 4 years old and over.

Description:

Display required, judge will not ride any exhibit. To be shown in natural state or fully trimmed and hogged.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Veterans

VETERAN HORSE SOCIETY - AREA QUALIFIER 2024
This Show is a first round qualifier for the Veteran Horse Society Supreme Final: VETERAN HORSE OF THE YEAR 2024. Kindly sponsored by Allen & Page.
Open to members and non-members. All competitors and grooms must adhere to VHS Rules in all circumstances. Failure to do so may result in immediate disqualification.
Those wishing to join or renew the Society will need to apply for this before 1st April each year or a late penalty fee of £15 will be charged.

VHS Regional Final qualification. All competitors placed 1st to 4th in each Area Qualifier class will qualify for the corresponding class at VHS Regional Finals. Members must carry their card in the ring at all times and have their showing card signed by the judge as proof of qualification. Non-members will receive a red qualification card which can be exchanged for signed showing card when applying for VHS membership, this MUST be done within 21 days of qualification. It is the competitors’ responsibility to present their Showing card to the judge.

Regional Finals are open to members only.

All competitors are eligible to enter open classes at the National Veteran Championships,
30th August – 1st September 2024 . No qualification or membership necessary. See VHS website for schedule which is available mid season in 2024. For further information please visit the VHS website www.veteran-horse-society.co.uk.

First and second prize winners in Classes 192-194 compete for In-Hand Champion and Reserve. In-Hand Champion competes for The Supreme In-Hand Championship, kindly sponsored by DP & L TRAVEL, to be judged Ring 6 at 1p.m by Mrs J. Reid
First and second prize winners in Classes 195-197 compete for Ridden Champion and Reserve.
In-Hand Champion and Ridden Champion compete for Overall Veteran Champion.

Equifest Qualifier - Classes 195-197. See Notes at start of Light Horse section.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 4
Mrs Margaret Smith (Judge)
Class: 192 Diamond Veteran (25 years and over) In-hand.

Description:

Open to horses and ponies any breed or height.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 193 Veteran (20-24 years) In-hand.

Description:

Open to horses and ponies any breed or height.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 194 Pre-Veteran (15-19 years) In-hand.

Description:

Open to horses and ponies any breed or height.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 195 Diamond Veteran (25 years and over) Ridden.

Description:

Open to horses and ponies any breed or height.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 196 Veteran (20-24 years) Ridden.

Description:

Open to horses and ponies any breed or height.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 197 Pre-Veteran (15-19 years) Ridden.

Description:

Open to horses and ponies any breed or height.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Retraining of Racehorses

RETRAINING OF RACEHORSES
All those entering horses and/or participating in the show agree to be bound by the rules and regulations of the RoR as published on the website www.ror.org.uk and from time to time in force. All entries must have current RoR competition membership which can be obtained through the RoR website. Riders must be 15yrs old or over on 1st January of the Show year.
All competitors/handlers/grooms must wear a safety/kite mark hard hat with a chinstrap.

Class 198 is a Tattersalls RoR OPEN In Hand Showing Series Qualifier 2024
Blemishes caused through racing will be ignored. Horses do not need to be shod to compete in the RoR Open In-Hand class. Horses can be shown in a Bitless/In Hand Bridle.
The first three go forward to the final at The Jockey Club RoR National Championships at Aintree on 24th August 2024.

Class 199 is a Tattersalls RoR Scottish Open Show Series Qualifier 2025
Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or simple double bridle with a plain cavesson noseband. Horses should be plaited.
All entries MUST have current RoR competition registration and have RACED in GB. There will be a prize for the highest placed veteran 15 years or over. The class will be run under the rules of RoR. Horses to be ridden by the judge. Racing injuries and blemishes will NOT be ignored in this series.
The first three go forward to the championship at the Royal Highland Show June 2025. In the event that the first three are already qualified, the qualification will go down the line to fourth. The winner also qualifies for the Tattersalls RoR Open Show Series Special at the Jockey Club RoR National Championships.
Veteran prize - a RoR branded prize to be redeemed from RoR office and qualification for the Veteran final at The Jockey Club RoR National Championships 2024.

Class 200 - This class is a Tattersalls RoR Amateur Ridden Show Series Qualifier 2024
Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, Pelham or simple double bridle with a plain cavesson noseband. Horses should be plaited.
The Series is open to AMATEURS riders only - those employed in racing will be allowed to compete. Class will be judged under 'riding horse' format without 'type' being taken into consideration.
Racing injuries and blemishes ARE IGNORED in this series.
The Judge will not ride at the qualifiers but will ride in the final.
The first three go forward to the final to be held at the Hickstead Derby Meeting, June 23rd 2024. The winner also qualifies for the Tattersalls RoR Amateur Show Series Special at the Jockey Club RoR National Champoinships at Aintree on 24th August 2024.
Amateur definition:
The rules are as in the rulebook with the following addition that an amateur may not show a horse owned or sponsored by a company or commercial firm. In addition a person classed as amateur must not be supported by a company in any way or act as brand ambassador whether financially or in-kind. An amateur is a person who for the purpose of RoR classes does not/has not during the current season or previous season:
Engaged in breeding, livery, buying or selling, dealing or hiring horses in a commercial capacity.
Horses must not have been stabled at or reside in a Professional Producer's/Trainer's yard from January 1st 2024
Riders must not have ridden any animals produced by a Professional/Trainer in the current or previous season.
Horses and riders must not receive any help from a Professional Producer/Trainer at a SHOW in the current season.
A rider who has ridden for a Professional/Producer Trainer in the current or previous season must not have ridden horses at a show.

Any breaches of this ruling will be taken seriously and will result in disqualification from future classes.

RoR Prizes:
Class 198 - Rosettes 1st - 4th and a RoR branded prize to the winner.

Class 199 - Rosettes 1st to 4th and a RoR branded prize to the winner. Veteran prize - a RoR branded prize to be redeemed from RoR office

Class 200 - Rosettes 1st - 4th and a RoR branded prize to the winner.

RoR prizes will not be awarded to RoR qualifiers with numbers forward of two or less, however qualification for the final will stand.
All entries should include their Show Registration Number and state sire and dam on their entry or by email to the Secretary before the day of the Show.

First and second prize winners in Classes 198-200 compete for Champion and Reserve. If Champion comes from Class 198, it will go forward to compete in The Supreme In-Hand Championship, kindly sponsored by DP & L TRAVEL, to be judged in Ring 6 at 1p.m. by Mrs J. Reid

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5

Kindly sponsored by: KINNESTON

Light Horse Ring 3
Ms Fiona Mackinnon (Conformation Judge), Mrs Marion Maclennan (Ride Judge)
Class: 198 Tattersalls RoR Open In-Hand Show Series

Description:

Open to all RoR and NR competition registered horses, 3yrs and over, fillies, mares and geldings.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 199 Tattersalls RoR Scottish OPEN Show Series.

Description:

Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4years old or over, any height.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 200 Tattersalls RoR AMATEUR Ridden Show series

Description:

Open to all RoR and NR competition registered horses, 4yrs and over, mares and geldings, owned, produced and ridden by an Amateur.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Hack/Riding Horses

First and second prize winners in Classes 201-203 compete for Hack/Riding Horse Champion and Reserve.

Equifest Qualifier (Classes 201-202) - see Notes at start of Light Horse section

TROPHIES & PRIZES
The Anthony's Boy Cup (Perpetual) presented by Mrs Hilary Mactaggart, for the Champion Riding Horse.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5

Kindly sponsored by: LINDORES EQUESTRIAN

Light Horse Ring 3
Mrs Jo-Anne Simpson (Ride & Conformation Judge)
Class: 201 Small Hack/Riding Horse.

Description:

Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. Rider to be 15 years and over. Height for Hacks: 148 - under 154cms. Height for Riding Horses: Exceeding 148 cms but not exceeding 158 cms.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 202 Large Hack/Riding Horse.

Description:

Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. Rider to be 15 years and over. Height for Hacks: 154cms-160cms. Height for Riding Horses: Exceeding 158 cm.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 203 Open Hack/Riding Horse.

Description:

Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, any height. Riders any age.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Ridden Cobs

First and second prize winners in Classes 204-207 compete for Ridden Cobs Champion and Reserve.

Equifest Qualifier (Classes 204 - 206) - see Notes at start of Light Horse section

TROPHIES & PRIZES
The Tinnakill Trophy (Perpetual) - presented by Mr & Mrs ID Elliot, for the Champion Ridden Cob.

Entry fees: £12 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £18 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued)
Prize money: 1st - £12 2nd - £8 3rd - £5
Light Horse Ring 3
Mrs Jo-Anne Simpson (Ride & Conformation Judge)
Class: 204 Lightweight Cob.

Description:

Mare or gelding - 4 years old and over, exceeding 148 cms, but not exceeding 155 cms, capable of carrying up to 14 stone. Rider to be 15 years and over.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 205 Heavyweight Cob.

Description:

Mare or gelding - 4 years old and over, exceeding 148 cms, but not exceeding 155 cms, capable of carrying more than 14 stone. Rider to be 15 years and over.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 206 Maxi Cobs.

Description:

Mare or gelding - 4 years old and over, exceeding 155 cms - to be judged as Cobs. Judges must pay particular attention to type (i.e. short legged animals of COB type). To be shown hogged. Rider to be 15 years and over.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00
Class: 207 Open Ridden Cob.

Description:

Mare or gelding - 4 years old and over, exceeding 148 cms, any height. Riders any age. Open to traditional and hogged horses - this class may be split if numbers dictate.

Prizes: 1st - £12, 2nd - £8 and 3rd - £5

Advanced Entries: £12.00
Standard Entries: £18.00

Working Hunters

TROPHIES & PRIZES
The Dunvegan Equestrian Training Perpetual Trophy - presented by Mr & Mrs J Armour, for the Best Open Working Hunter in Class 209.
The Bruce Sutherland Hair Design Perpetual Trophy - presented by Mr & Mrs Sutherland, for the Best Novice Working Hunter in Class 208.

Prize money: Class 208 1st - £15 2nd - £10 3rd - £7 4th - £5 Class 209 1st - £25 2nd - £15 3rd - £10 4th - £7

NOTES
First and second prize winners in classes 208-209 compete for Champion and Reserve.

Course Builder: Mr G Barclay, 30 Bryce Avenue, Carron, Falkirk.

To be judged 60% for Jumping - of which 40% to be for actual jumping and 20% for style & presence - the remaining 40% to be for ride and conformation, allocated 20% to each part. Penalty points incurred as follows: 1st refusal 15, 2nd refusal 20, 3rd refusal Elimination; fence knocked down 10; landing with fore feet in the water 10, fall of horse and/or rider Elimination.

PERTH EQUINE VETS/BHS SCOTLAND WORKING HUNTER SERIES 2024
Class 209 is a qualifier. The first THREE qualify for the final, to be held at the Defender Blair Castle International Horse Trials, even if they did not jump clear. If one of the first 3 has already qualified, the qualification can be passed down to 4th place provided the 4th placed rider jumped clear. Run under the rules of Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain. Please note Rule 50h - All Ridden Hunters must be shod all round. No pads or surgical shoes are allowed. 50i - No hind boots or bandages of any description are allowed in the collecting ring, warm up or in the actual class in Working Hunter and Ridden Sport Horse classes. 50j - The Society discourages the showing of over fat horses and Judges will take this into consideration when making their awards. Maximum height of jumps - 3ft 6ins; maximum spread - 3ft 9ins.

Equifest Qualifier (Class 209) - see Notes at start of Light Horse section

Entry fees: Class 208 £14 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £20 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued). Class 209 - £20 (inc. VAT) until 16th April. £25 (inc. VAT) 17th April - 8th May (not Catalogued).
Light Horse Ring 2
Mrs Marion Maclennan (Conformation Judge), Ms Fiona Mackinnon (Ride Judge)
Class: 208 Novice Working Hunter - 4 years old or over.

Description:

Riders to be 14 or over on the day of the competition. Horses to be over 153 cms and not having won more than £15 in jumping competitions. Jumps approximately 0.84 m (2'8") in height.

Prizes: 1st - £15, 2nd - £10, 3rd - £7 and 4th - £5

Advanced Entries: £14.00
Standard Entries: £20.00
Class: 209 Perth Equine Vets/BHS Scotland Working Hunter Series 2024

Description:

Horses must be 4yrs old and over, exceeding 148cm. Riders must be 18 years old or over on the day of the championships. The rider must be a member of the BHS by the time of the championships.
Course: 8-12 fences, max 3'6" height, 3'9" spread, judged in line with Sport Horse Breeding of GB rules.

Prizes: 1st - £25, 2nd - £15, 3rd - £10 and 4th - £7

Advanced Entries: £20.00
Standard Entries: £25.00

Mounted Fancy Dress

Rosettes and prizes in kind to sixth place.

ENTRY FEE - FREE! But please enter in advance to ensure your inclusion in the catalogue.
Light Horse Ring 3
Mrs Catherine Aglen (Judge)
Class: 210 Mounted Fancy Dress - Rider less than 12 years of age.

Description:

To be judged on originality and comic appeal. Riding hats to current British Standard must be worn.


Price: £0.00
Class: 211 Mounted Fancy Dress - Rider 12 years of age or over.

Description:

To be judged on originality and comic appeal. Riding hats to current British Standard must be worn.


Price: £0.00