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for bested turned out and a prize for the best placed veteran horse (over 15 yrs) Open to thoroughbred horses who have raced, either track or p2p, and must not have won more than 3 classes in either Training or Novice nor won an open class under racehorse to riding horse Ireland rules Nor won or placed in the first three at a championship show such as Dublin, Balmoral, Hickstead Wembley nor won a County Show class as a hunter hack or ridden horse.

Passport and racing details to be available on day of the show, competitors to have attained their 15th birthday – proper show turnout essential.

THE FORMAT: the horse will perform walk trot canter (on the correct leg) on each rein, gallop returning to halt which is maintained for 5 seconds CLASS 11 – Pony Brood Mare, 4 years old and over not exceeding 148cms, in foal or with foal at foot by a pony stallion not exceeding 153cms, with stud book qualification as set out below in the case of a Brood Mare without a foal at foot, covering sire must be named and certificate produced if required.

PONY STALLION QUALIFICATION a.

Weatherby’s (including Purebred Arabs).

B.

Arab Stud Book or Anglo Arab Stud Book.

C.

Part-bred Arab Stud Register.

D.

Any recognised Pony Stud Book or Register. PONY BREEDING RING 2: 9.00 a.m.

START CLASS 16 – Hunter Pony Youngstock, not exceeding 150cms, 1 year old Colt, Gelding or Filly and 2 + 3 year old Gelding or Filly.

In Hand Championship – 1st & 2nd Prizewinners in classes 11 & 13 – 16. 1st, 2nd & 3rd in Classes 13,14,15,& 16 qualify for Ponies (UK) Peek a Boo Riding Pony/Hunter Pony Championship 9 CLASS 15 – Three year old Gelding or Filly, not exceeding 145 cms., likely to make a child’s riding pony. CLASS 14 – Two year old Colt, Gelding or Filly, not exceeding 143 cms., likely to make a child’s riding pony. CLASS 13 – Yearling, Colt, Gelding or Filly, not exceeding 140 cms., likely to make a child’s riding pony. CLASS 12 – Foals, produce of Mares in Class 11.

Sire of foal to be named.

All Foals must be led.

No Entry Fee. Registration Number, Sire & Dam must be stated on Entry Form for all Welsh Classes CLASS 17 – Yearling Judge: Mr.

D.

Puttock WELSH SECTION ‘A’ IN-HAND CLASS 20 – Stallion, 4 years old & over CLASS 19 – Brood or Barren Mare or Gelding, 4 years old & over (Rosette to highest placed foal, produce of Class 19) CLASS 18 – 2 & 3 Year Old — CLASS 26 – 2 & 3 Year Old ENTRIES CLOSE – SATURDAY, 18th MAY, 2013 10 M&M In-Hand Championship 1st & 2nd Prizewinners in Classes 29-32. 1st, 2nd & 3rd in Classes qualify for Ponies (UK) Glyn Greenwood Championship. 2nd highest placed in Classes will qualify for Equifest M&M In-Hand Ponies.

CLASS 34 – Pure Bred Connemara Brood Mare in Foal or with Foal at Foot.

CLASS 36 – Pure Bred Connemara Youngstock – 1,2 or 3 year olds CLASS 32 – M&M In-hand, Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 year old & over – Large Breeds.

Registered in their approved Pure Breed Society Stud Books of Connemara, Dales, Fell, Highland, New Forest and Welsh Section C or D. CLASS 31 – M&M In-hand, Colt, Filly or Gelding, 1, 2, 3 year old – Large Breeds.

Registered in their approved Pure Breed Society Stud Books of Connemara, Dales, Fell, Highland, New Forest and Welsh Section C or D. CLASS 30 – M&M In-hand, Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 year old & over – Small Breeds.

Registered in their approved Pure Breed Society Stud Books of Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland and Welsh Section A or B. CLASS 29 – M&M In-hand, Colt, Filly or Gelding, 1, 2, 3 year old – Small Breeds.

Registered in their approved Pure Breed Society Stud Books of Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland and Welsh Section A or B. M&M IN-HAND CONNEMARA PONIES CLASS 35 – Connemara Foal – Produce of Class 34. (Qualifier for Connemara Breeders Championship). CONNEMARA CHAMPIONSHIP – 1st & 2nd Prizewinners in Classes 34, 36-38.

CLASS 41 – Open.

Any age.

Male. Classes 34-37 are eligible for P (UK) Glyn Greenwood (NB: Part Bred Connemara is defined as being at least 50% Connemara breeding.

Either Sire or Dam must be registered with CPBS and the passport must accompany the pony to the ring for inspection) CLASS 40 – Part Bred Ridden Connemara mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Rider any age. CLASS 39 – Part Bred Youngstock 1, 2 or 3 year old colt, gelding or filly. CLASS 38 – Pure Bred Connemara Ridden – Mare or Gelding 4 years old & over.

Rider any age.

Eligible for P (UK) Kingsford CLASS 37 – Pure Bred 4 year old & over, mare or gelding shown in-hand (Mares from Class 34 are not eligible) SHETLAND PONIES Shetland Pony Championship – 1st & 2nd Prizewinners in Classes 41 & 42. CLASS 42 – Open.

Any age.

Female. All entry forms can be downloaded at www.blearyruralcommunity.com 11 M&M WELSH CHAMPIONSHIP – Confined to highest placed Welsh Pony no lower than 4th in Classes 43 & 44 will qualify for the Welsh Championship.

Champion will receive WP&CS Performance Medal.

Champion & Reserve will qualify for the Overall Mandalay Welsh Championship.

Reg.

No.

Sire & Dam be stated on Entry Form M&M Championship – 1st & 2nd Prizewinners in classes 43 & 44 — CLASS 66 – Nursery Stakes, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old & over, not exceeding 133cms.

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

Qualifier for P (UK) COLNE NURSERY STAKES SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIP WORKING HUNTER HORSES ENTRY FEE £16.50.

This class is a qualifier for RIHS 16 CLASS 71 – OPEN WORKING HUNTER Exceeding 153cms (15hh approx) to be judged in accordance with the rule herein set out.

Grade A Show-jumpers and Advanced Event horses are not eligible to compete in this class.

To be judged 60% for jumping performance, 40% as for hunter classes.

The jumping to be judged 40% for actual jumpiing and 20% style and presence.

Ride and conformation 40% Fences to be a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 12 in number and a maximum height of 1.14m (3ft 9ins) at the discretion of the judges.

Fences should have a natural appearance and not ot be easily dislodges.

No un-numbered obstacle can be included in the course.

The manner of going to be taken into account.

No change of rider or tack will be allowed (unless a horse is ridden under sidesaddle, in which case, in order to allow the judge to ride, the saddle may be changed for the riding phase only).

A rider cannot ride more than one horse in a class.

A skull cap or hat and safety harness according to the current approved BSI or European standard must be worn by ALL competitors in the jumping phase of Working Hunter Hunter Classes.

Skull caps must have a navy blue or black cover.

No hind boots or bandages of any description are allowed in the collecting, warm-up or actual class ring.

On completion of the jumping phase all clear rounds and any other horses the judge may require should be asked to return to the ring.

If a horse positively stops or turns its quarters to a fence or has a complete turnaround these constitue refusals.

If a horse jumps the incorrect fence out of a pen or lane it will be eliminated.

Horses displaying continued disobedience, or horses leaving the ring whether mounted or dismounted will be eliminated.

Penalities: First Refusal 15 Second Refusal 20 Third Refusal Elimination Jumping Knockdown 10 (BSJA Rules apply for the definition of a knockdown) Fall of Horse or Rider Eliminiation Where there is a separate judge for the conformation, marks should be divided equally, ie.

Judge A Ride 20% Judge B Conformation 20% Judges should satisfy themselves tha tthe course and fences are in keeping with the Society’s recommendations and shows should allow time for this.

In the event of a tie in marks, the conformation mark will take precedence followed by ride mark, followed by style mark. CLASS 70 – NOVICE HORSE WORKING HUNTER.

Exceeding 153 cms.

Grade A (or 75 SJAI Points or more) Show jumpers and Advanced Event Horses are not eligible to compete.

Fences to be a minimum of 8 and maximum of 12.

Maximum height 3ft 3ins with a spread of 3ft. Horses should not be expected to exceed 34” at maturity ie 3 years of age, (guidelines for yearlings 32”, two year olds 33”) measured to the last mane hair.

CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 – – – – – – – Foal & Yearling Colt, Filly or Gelding Two and Three year old, Colt, Filly or Gelding Four years and over Mare or Gelding Four years and over Senior Stallion Solid Colour (to be judged 20% conformation & 80% colour) Broken or Spotted Colour (too be judged 20% conformation & 80% colour) Best Junior Handler (aged 16 years and under) ENTRIES FEE £8 per class PRIZE MONEY: 1st: £15; 2nd: £10; JUDGE: Mr.

P.

Traynor MINIATURE HORSE CLASSES RING 5: 9.00 a.m.

START Miniature Championship 1st & 2nd in classes 72-78 3rd: £5 CLYDESDALES CLASSES Clydesdale Championship 1st & 2nd in Classes 79-86 Entry Fee: £8.00 CLASS 79 – Brood Mare CLASS 80 – Yearling.

Filly CLASS 81 – Yearling.

Colt Gelding CLASS 82 – 2 year old Filly CLASS 83 – 2 year old Colt or Gelding CLASS 84 – Mare 3 year old and over CLASS 85 – Gelding 3 year old and over CLASS 86 – Farm Carts / Trade Turnout JUDGE: Mr.

B.

Hanna ENTRIES CLOSE – SATURDAY, 18th MAY, 2013 17 DONKEYS It is recommended that all donkeys should be shown with bit.

SECRETARY ON FIELD: Miss Jill Castles CLASS 1 – Stallion donkey, 4 years old or over to be led. (All stallions must be shown with bit and no stallion may be entered in any other class.

Handler must be over 18 years old).

CLASS 2 – Mare donkey, 4 years old and over, to be led.

CLASS 3 – Gelding donkey, 4 years old or over, to be led.

CLASS 4 – Mare donkey with own foal at foot, to be led. (Qualifier – All Ireland donkey mare and foal final at ballinasloe 1st October 2007).

CLASS 5 – Colt Gelding or Filly, 1, 2 or 3 years old.

CLASS 6 – Best cnditioned and turned out donkey. (Mare or Gelding donkeys.

To be judged 75% condition and 25% turnout).

CLASS 7 – Pet donkey, to be led. (Based on donkeys temperament not looks!) CLASS 8 – Young Handler. (Under 16 on show day) CLASS 9 – Children’s ridden class (Hard hat must be worn).

CLASS 10 – Driving, any type of vehicle.

ENTRY FEE PER CLASS: £8.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £15; 2nd £10; 3rd £5.

JUDGE: Mr.

P.

Traynor ENTRIES ON DAY 1st and 2nd prizewinners in Classes 1-6 compete for Hand Champion and Reserve. 1st and 2nd prizewinners in Class 10 may compete for Driving Champion and Reserve.

Champion (Classes 1-6) will be presented with the J & J Topley Cup.

Champion (Class 10) will be presented with the Ballyfarnan Cup.

Champion and Reserve Champion (Classes 105 and Class 9) will be awarded rosettes.

Any Class with only 2 then only 1st prize will be issued but rosettes for 1st and 2nd will be given.

Any Class with only 3 then only 1st and 2nd prize money will be issued but rosettes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd will be given.

JUDGE: Mr.

P.

Traynor D. YOUNG HORSE SECTION RESPONSIBILITY OF EXHIBITORS A.

Exhibitors accept that the Judges decision is final in all cases.

Any abuse of Judges will not be tolerated.

Where a dispute or case for complaint arises the matter should only be dealt with under f.

Below.

B.

Winners of qualifiers are themselves responsible for entering their animals (or exhibits) for the final in accordance with j.

And k.

Above, within one hour of qualifying.

C.

Winners of qualifiers will compete in the final.

D.

The Irish Shows Association in conjunction with the sponsor reserve the right to alter or amend the rules of any competition as may be necessary or appropriate.

E.

Shows and competitors must contact the National Irish Shows Office for details of any championships and not the sponsor involved. 18 For the efficient running of the ISA championships all concerned are requested to read and observe the Rules set out below. F.

Objections must be lodged in writing with the I.S.A.

Representative at the show or the Show Secretary within half an hour following the completion of judging, together with a fee of 50 euro, or other stated fee, which is refundable in the event of the objection being upheld.

G.

Any Exhibitor who makes a false declaration or misrepresents a fact regarding themselves or their exhibit are liable to disqualification and or forfeiture of any prizes awarded.

E.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF SHOW HOSTING CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS A.

A deduction of 5% of the prize money is to be collected by the Show and forwarded to the Irish Shows Association within 30 Days of the final.

B.

Championship finals must start not later than 2pm on the day of the show and the advertised time of starting must be adhered to as far as practicable, if necessary, other show classes should be either postponed or relocated to allow for this.

IRISH LAW (EU DIRECTIVE) Under Irish Law all horses moving from one location to another must be accompanied by their passports.

It is in your own interest to ensure this is the case.

Failure to do so is an offence under Irish Law and is liable on summary conviction to result in a fine up to €3000.

All passports must be registered with the name of the current owner.

NOTICES OF INTEREST TO CHAMPIONSHIP PARTICIPANTS ª Embryo Transfer: Where a foal is produced by this method the dams passport must bear a declaration dated, stamped and signed by the stallion owner (or accredited practitioner where AI is involved) stating the date on which the dam was last covered (or inseminated) and the name of the covering stallion. — Clonakilty Cork Galway Gorey Granard Leap Lurgan Mullingar Newmarket-on-Fergus Rivers town Roundfort Saintfield Thomastown Tralee Westport Final: Carnew Show- Saturday 20th July 2013 ENTRIES CLOSE – SATURDAY, 18th MAY, 2013 20 CLASS 88 THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & SCARIFF SHOW SOCIETY-PRESENT The Yearling Filly All Ireland Championship Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing Cbampionship series RULES AND CONDITIONS I.

Entries are confined to Animals registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ISH,RID or ID;2.

Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse Stud Book as either: Approved Preliminmy Approved/Supplementary Approved/ Recognised/Preliminary Recognised or a stallion that is classified as CLASS 1 in the Irish Draught Horse Studbook 3.

Animals must have both sire and dam recorded on their passport; 4.

The class is also open to Weatherby’s registered animals, the progeny of Weatherby’s Thoroughbred Stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as either Not Approved 1 (NAI) or Not Approved 2 (NA2) 5.

Two Animals may be selected to qualify for the final if the judges and the I.S.A.

Agree the standard is high enough. 6.

Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the fmal must have the Animals passport available for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring.

Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification. 7.

Passports & Microchips should be read by a Vet at the Final 8.

Animals Qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at the show at which the final is held 9.

Those rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A.

Rules PRIZES Champion £700 and SearitrShow Society Trophy value €125 and Sash: 2nd €350: 3rd €250: 4th €125: 5th €100: 6th €75.

ENTRY FEE: To Quaifying Show £10.

To Final €20 Castlerea Castlewellan Charleville Clonmel Finn Valley Galway Gorey Gort Kildysart Qualifying Shows A prize will be presented for Combination of Best Turned Out Foal & Most Suitably Dressed Handler HORSE SPORT IRELAND Prize Fund: €1, 700 Sponsored by Scariff Show Society Armagh Arva Bandon Belgooly Bonniconlon Bridgetown Cappamore Castleblayney Castlegannon Leap Lurgan Moate Riverstown Roscommon Saintfield Virginia Final: SCARIFF SHOW Saturday 31st August 2013 21 CLASS 89 IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & KILDYSART SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT THE KILDYSART TWO-YEAR-OLD FILLY ALL IRELAND CHAMPIONSHIP CLARE OIL CO.

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ABBEY CONTRACTORS LTD & KILDYSART SHOW SPONSORED BY: HORSE SPORT IRELAND RULES AND CONDITIONS 1.

Entries are confined to Animals registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ISH,RID or ID; 2.

Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse Stud Book as either: Approved /Preliminary Approved/Supplementary Approved/Recognised/Preliminary Recognised or a stallion that is classified as CLASS I in the Irish Draught Horse Studbook 3.

Animals must have both sire and dam recorded on their passport; 4.

The class is also open to Weatherby’s registered animals, the progeny of Weatherby’s Thoroughbred Stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as either Not Approved l (NAl) or Not Approved 2 (NA2) 5.

Two Animals may be selected to qualify for the fmal if the judges and the I.S.A agree the standard is high enough. 6.

Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the fmal must have the Animals passport available for inspection prior to enby to the judging ring.

Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification. 7.

Passports & (Microchips if applicable) should be read by a Vet at the Final 8.

Animals Qualified for Final are rut! eligible to enter any other class at the show at which the final is held 9.

Those rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A.

Rules Prizes; Champion €650; 2nd €350; 3rd €250; 4th €200; 5th €150; 6th to the end €100 each A prize will be presented for combination of best turned out Horse and most suitably dressed handler.

Bannow & Rathangan Belgooly Castlewellan Cork Drimoleague Dundalk Qualifying Shows Dunmanway Ennis Ennistymon Granard Kilrush Loughrea ENTRY FEE: To Qualifying Show £10.

To Final €20. PRIZE FUND: €3,000 Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing Championship Series Adamstown Ardrahan Armagh Arva Athenry Ballymote Lurgan Newcastlewest Oldcastle Ossory Saintfield Thomastown Final: KILDYSART SHOW – Saturday 3rd August 2013 22 CLASS 89a THE IRISH SHOWS ASSOCIATION & CASTLEWELLAN SHOW SOCIETY PRESENT THE Search for a Star Young Horse Championship at Castlewellan & District Agricultural Show on Saturday 13th July 2013 ENTRY FEE: To Qualifying Show £10.

To Final £20 1.

Entries are confined to Animals registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ISH,RID or ID; 2.

Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse Stud Book as either: Approved /Preliminary Approved/Supplementary Approved/Recognised/Preliminary Recognised or a stallion that is classified as CLASS 1 in the Irish Draught Horse Studbook 3.

Animals must have both sire and dam recorded on their passport; 4.

The class is also open to Weatherby’s registered animals, the progeny of Weatherby’s Thoroughbred Stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as either Not Approved I (NAI) or Not Approved 2 (NA2) 5.

Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the fmal must have the Animals passport available for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring.

Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification. 6.

Passports & (Microchips if applicable) should be read by a Vet at the Final 7.

The highest placed Colt /Gelding and Filly in each age will qualify for the final provided the Judges agree the standard is high enough 8.

Animals qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at the Show where the final is held 9.

Those rules should be read in conjunction with the I.S.A Rules Adamstown Armagh Athlone Ballivor Ballymena Qualifying Shows Bally money Gorey Clonakilty Lurgan Clomel Midleton Dundalk Newry Finn Valley Omagh Saintfield Thomastown PRIZE FUND: £2000 The winner of each group will receive £200.

The highest placed animal of the opposite sex to the overall winner will receive £200. 1st – £500, 2nd – £300, 3rd – £200, 4th – £150, 5th – £150, 6th – £100, 7th-10th – £50 Sponsored by COOLMORE STUD Open to 1 Year old Colt/Gelding or Filly, 2 Year old Colt/Gelding or Filly 3 Year old Colt/Gelding or Filly likely to make a Hunter Final: at Castlewellan & District Agricultural Show on Saturday 13th July 2013 23 CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS In-Hand Horse Championship – 1st & 2nd Prizewinners in Classes 90-93 90 91 92 93 – Hunter Brood Mare & Foal – Yearling, Gelding or Filly, one year old, likely to make a Hunter. – Gelding, Filly, two year old, likely to make a Hunter. – Gelding, Filly, three year old, likely to make a Hunger. The final to be held at the NORTH OF ENGLAND IN-HAND AND MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND SHOW Prize money at the final will be 1st £1000 2nd: £400; 3rd: £100; 4th: £50; 5th: £25; 6th: £25; 7th: £25; 8th: £25 Sashes to the Champion and Reserve.

Rosettes to all other prizewinners and finalists.

Exhibitors who qualify for the final will be sent details directly from: The Secretary, North or England Summer Pony Show, Blue Slate Stables, Showley Road, Clayton-le-Dale, Blackburn, Lancs, BB1 9DP – www.northofenglandshows.co.uk Champions eligible to compete for this: Pony Breeding, Welsh A,B & Part-Bred, M&M In-Hand, Connemara, Shetland & Young Horse THE SUPREME IN-HAND CHAMPION WILL QUALIFY If the Champion has already qualified the Reserve will go forward.

Only the Champion or Reserve Champion will qualify.

On 14th July 2013.

Kindly Sponsored by: THE LEEMAN FAMILY THE KELLYTHORPE STUD SUPREME IN-HAND CHAMPIONSHIP ENTRIES CLOSE – SATURDAY, 18th MAY, 2013 24 PRIVATE DRIVING CLASSES ENTRY FEE PER CLASS: £8.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £15; 2nd £10; 3rd £5. (Subject to suffiicient entries) JUDGE: Mr.

Eugene Larkin SATURDAY 1ST JUNE 2013 JUDGING COMMENCES 11.00am SHARP

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