of South Africa are eligible to compete.
Ponies over the age of three years must be Registered (Purebreds) or Recorded (Partbreds) and Birth Notification Numbers (for ponies under three years) or Registration/Recording numbers shall appear on the entry form. All ponies shall be entered in the name of the registered owner at the closing date of entries.
Leased ponies are regarded as the property of the lessor.
Any person found to have knowingly given false information on a show entry form shall be fined an amount as decided by Council from time to time. The bona fides of ownership and breeding of ponies entered at any show held under the auspices of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society of South Africa shall be checked by the Secretary or his representative. The ages of all ponies and riders / drivers shall be calculated from date of birth to the first day of the show. Mares with a suckling foal are not eligible to compete in riding or driving classes No late or telephonic entries or entries without fees will be accepted. 3.
Prize lists and Catalogues 3.1.
Prize lists for National Championships shall be submitted to Council for approval before they are sent to the Show Holding body.
In prize lists for Regional Championships a minimum of 20% of the classes must be taken from the latest National Championships prize list. 3.2 Convenors responsible for classes held under the auspices of the Welsh pony and Cob Society, shall, within thirty days of the end of the show, send to both the Welsh Pony and Cob Society office and their Regional Administrator, a catalogue clearly marked with the results of all the Welsh classes held at the show. Judges The Welsh Pony and Cob Society of South Africa or its representatives shall obtain the services of competent judges.
Where shows involve Regional or — Conditions of entry for In Hand classes No exhibitor may enter a stallion over four years in a Breed class unless the stallion has a veterinary certificate of clearance from genital abnormalities and hereditary defects and has been DNA tested as required by the Society.
The requisite certificates shall be in the possession of the Secretary of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society of South Africa by the closing date of entries to the relevant show. 18.2 At a National or Regional Championship, no stallion over the age of eight years will be allowed to compete in a breed class unless the stallion has sired at least one birth notified foal or a mare is certified in foal to the stallion and such certificate is in the possession of the Secretary of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society of South Africa by the first day of the relevant show. At a National or Regional Championship show, no mare over the age of eight years will be allowed to compete in breed classes unless she has produced at least one birth-notified foal or is certified in foal and such a certificate is in the possession of the Secretary of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society of South Africa by the first day of the relevant show. 18.4 At National or Regional Championships a class shall be offered for Barren Mares that have never produced a live foal.
The first and second prize-winners from such a class shall be eligible to compete in the Supreme Breed Championship for the relevant section. 18.5 At National or Regional Championships geldings may not compete with mares or stallions in Breed classes. 18.6 At National or Regional Championships geldings may not compete in any Breed Championship class other than a Championship specifically for geldings. 19.
Tack to be used in In-Hand classes 19.1 All ponies, other than stallions aged two years and over, may be shown in halters, headcollars with or without slip chains or bridles. 19.2 Stallions aged two years and over must be shown in bridles or headcollars with slip chains. 19.3 Stallions may be shown in stallion rig (Surcingle, crupper and sidereins), however exhibitors must be prepared to remove the rig during the class at the request of the judge.
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