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7 147.

Perpetual Trophies remain the property of the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria.

Ownership does not pass to the winning Exhibitor.

TESTS AND SWABBING 148. (a) The RASV may make or cause to be made any test of any Exhibit to determine whether any Drug or Stimulant has been administered to the Exhibit and may take possession of any such Exhibit for any of the aforesaid purposes and detain such Exhibit for such period as is deemed necessary by the RASV. (b) Drug means any substance capable of affecting the performance or behavior of an Exhibit by its action upon the central or peripheral nervous system, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, the alimentary digestive system, the muscular-skeletal system, or the urogenital system including without limitation, analgesics, antihistamines, anti-inflammatory agents, blood coagulants, diuretics, hormones and their synthetic counterparts, cortico-steroids, anabolic steroids, local anesthetics, muscle relaxants and tranquillisers, vitamins administered by injection. (c) The Exhibit, the Exhibitor, the owner of the Exhibit and any other person who the RASV deems to be in charge of the Exhibit, will be liable to a penalty referred to in Regulation 7.1 of the General Regulations if the Exhibit is on the Showgrounds and is found to have had any Drug administered to it. (d) It is no defense for a person prosecuted for this offence to plead that they were unaware that a Drug had been administered to the Exhibit.

It is the sole responsibility of the Exhibitor to ensure that his / her Exhibit is Drug free whilst on the Showgrounds. (e) A person who administers causes to be administered or is involved in the administration of a Drug to an Exhibit or who has in the person’s possession custody or control any electric or galvanic apparatus or improper contrivance will be liable to a penalty referred to in Regulation 7.1 of the General Regulations.

Procedures for the testing of Drugs will involve both “random” and “spot” tests on Exhibits.

At the discretion of the RASV there will be blood testing of Exhibits prior to competing and/or blood and urine testing at the end of the competition. (f) The RASV may make or cause to be made, any test of any Exhibit at any time, before, during or after competition.

Where Exhibits are tested for Prohibited Substances, the Exhibitor or Agent will be required to sign sample labels and sample identity cards relating to any samples taken from the Exhibits.

Where the Exhibitor or Agent refuses to sign the sample labels and/or sample identity cards, the Exhibitor and/or Agent and/or the Exhibit shall be automatically disqualified. (g) Competitors should be aware that particular attention will be paid to the detection of sedative and tranquilliser Drugs but analysis for all Classes of Drugs will be included.

The collection of samples may include taking blood from the jugular vein, urine collection and the collection of saliva.

The RASV may also select any Exhibit for examination for desensitized limbs.

Any Exhibit found to have a limb or part of a limb desensitized by any means will be deemed to have competed under the influence of a Drug and penalised accordingly.

IDENTIFICATION OF EXHIBITS 149. (a) Altering markings, staining or colouring hair or skin of any Exhibit is not permitted and will be dealt with in accordance with the applicable regulations.

Random checks will take place during the Show. (b) All Exhibits that are not branded must be microchipped.

All Exhibitors are encouraged to microchip their Exhibits.

ARTIFICIAL AIDS – SHETLANDS 150.

No Shetland pony entered at the Show may use ‘Artificial Aids’ ie no head checks, tail sets or weighted shoes.

MARSHALLING AND JUDGING 151.

Horses and Ponies must be moved at a walk on any part of the Showgrounds other than judging arenas or exercise arenas.

All animals must tie up and behave in an educated manner.

Animals or riders behaving in a manner which could be dangerous to the public will be directed to leave Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre. 152.

In led classes harness aids, such as bearing reins, may not be used.

No spurs other than dummy spurs not exceeding 3/4″ in length may be used.

FALL OF HORSE OR RIDER 153.

The fall of horse or rider will result in automatic elimination.

Riders are not to remount to exit the arena. 154.

All riders must be examined by Event First Aid following a fall in judging rings or exercise areas.

RESTRAINING BITS 155. (a) All Stallions and Colts one year old and over brought into the ring for led classes, must have a suitable restraining bit in their mouth and be properly controlled by a competent handler. (b) A suitable restraining bit or a show halter is acceptable for Mares, Fillies and one year old Colts.

SUITABILITY OF ATTIRE 156.

Riders, drivers and handlers must be suitably attired.

A rider, driver or handler not suitably attired shall be precluded by the RASV from competing in an event.

ALL RIDERS must wear approved safety helmets.

ALL DRIVERS, and any passengers in carriages under 18 years of age should wear approved safety helmets. 157.

Approved safety helmets means helmets complying with the current Australian, European or American standard.

Australian Standard:AS/NZS3838:1998; European Standard: EN 1384; American Standard: ASTMF1163.comPETENCE OF COMPETITORS 158.

The Chief Steward may at any time require a person who does not appear to be able to ride or handle any horse to dismount and leave the ring.

PROTESTS 159.

A protest must be made to the Chief Steward in writing and accompanied by a $100 deposit.

Protests must be made within two (2) hours of the later of the Show’s commencement or the completion of the applicable event.

In the event that the protest is not upheld the protest fee will be forfeited. 8 WERRIBEE PARK NATIONAL EQUESTRIAN CENTRE RISK MANAGEMENT CONDITIONS  Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre Committee of Management considers it a privilege that you are allowed to bring your dog to this venue.

You are required to keep your dog under effective control at all times.

Approved Safety Helmets must be worn at all times when riding Cross Country obstacles must not be jumped/used unless a non-riding level one coach is present.

Riding of horses bareback is prohibited Riding of rugged and/or unbridled horses is prohibited Any person may lead a maximum of two horses while mounted Stallions must at all times be in the control of a person aged seventeen years or more, when led or ridden Horses are not permitted within/upon the quadrangle (between the barn & Indoor 1) Horses are not permitted near pedestrian door ways Bicycles are not permitted in the Indoor Arenas or any stable block.

Approved helmets must be worn at all times.

Bicycles are not permitted near doors designated as public entrances or exits Motor Cyclist riders must wear approved safety helmets and hold the appropriate licence Speed limits must be adhered to at all times, the speed limit at WPNEC is 10km p/h Power leads must not be on the ground or over roadways Construction of portable/tape yards is prohibited Alcohol must not be consumed in the Indoor Arenas, unless purchased from the licensed bar located in Indoor Arena No 1 Please observe all signs at the venue Horses must be tied in a safe manner.

Horses must not be tied to unattached floats, wheelie bins etc.

No infrastructure to be erected on WPNEC Grounds without written approval by management prior to event.

Entry and Exit doors to Indoors Arenas are not be obstructed at any time. SUMMARY OF FEES FACILITY/ADDITIONAL FEES Werribee Park Levy (Compulsory) Catalogue (Compulsory) $16 per horse per day $12 per Exhibitor                    Vehicle Pass (four day entry ) $12 (one complimentary vehicle pass per exhibitor provided) ENTRY FEES Section or Class RASV Member Non Member Breed/Saddle Sections (per class) Best Presented / Handler Western Performance Pony Club (per class) Pony Club Pairs/Trios (per rider) HRCAV (per horse) RDA (per horse) Administration Fee* (per exhibitor) $30 $20 $20 $15 $8 $50 $30 $25 — SHIRES All Exhibits entered in this section must be registered or foal recorded as a shire with the Shire Horse Society of England or in the Australian Shire Horse Stud Book with the Shire Horse Society of Australia inc.

Exhibitors must be current financial members of one of the above societies with which the animal is registered and be the current registered owner of the exhibit entered.

Copy of registration certificate must accompany entries.

CLASS 306 – BEST PRESENTED SHIRE (LED). (SPECIAL) PRIZE: 1ST – 6TH ROSETTE. CLASS 307 – SHIRE COLT OR STALLION, ANY AGE. CLASS 308 – SHIRE MARE OR FILLY. CLASS 309 – SHIRE GELDING. CHAMPION LED SHIRE. (187S) Eligible Class/es 307 – 309.

Winner eligible for Best of Show.

PRIZE: TROPHY RUG SUPPORTED BY TOORA SHIRES.

RESERVE CHAMPION LED SHIRE. (188S) Eligible Class/es 307 – 309. CLASS 314 – HIGHLAND PONY GELDING, ANY AGE. CLASS 315 – HIGHLAND PONY, RIDDEN.

Winner eligible for Champion Ridden Mountain & Moorland Pony. CHAMPION LED HIGHLAND PONY. (189S) Eligible Class/es 311 – 314.

Winner eligible for Supreme Champion Led Mountain & Moorland Pony.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION HIGHLAND PONY. (190S) Eligible Class/es 311 – 314.

PRIZE: RASV SASH. 30 SECTION 24 – IRISH DRAUGHT & IRISH SPORT HORSES ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2012.

ENTRY FEES: RASV MEMBERS $30 (INCL.

GST) NON RASV MEMBERS $50 (INCL.

GST) BEST PRESENTED CLASS $20 (INCL.

GST) A $25 Administration Fee per Exhibitor will apply to all entries not placed online.

Full fees payable at time of entry.

Copy of registration certificate must accompany entries.

All Exhibits entered in this section must be registered with the Irish Draught and Sport Horse Society (Aust) (Inc.) Exhibitors must be current financial members of the Irish Draught and Sport Horse Society (Aust) (Inc.) with which the animal is registered and be the current registered owner of the Exhibit entered.

CLASS 316 – BEST PRESENTED IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE (LED). (SPECIAL) PRIZE: 1ST – 6TH ROSETTE. CLASS 317 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE STALLION OR COLT, 4 YEARS AND OVER. CLASS 318 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT BROOD MARE, ANY AGE, (WITH FOAL AT FOOT OR VISIBLY IN FOAL). CLASS 319 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT FOAL / WEANLING. CLASS 320 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT MARE (DRY) OR GELDING, 4 YEARS AND OVER. CLASS 321 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT FILLY, COLT OR GELDING, 2 AND 3 YEARS. CLASS 322 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT FILLY, COLT OR GELDING, YEARLING. CLASS 323 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT STALLION OR COLT, RIDDEN. CLASS 324 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT FEMALE, RIDDEN. CLASS 325 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT GELDING, RIDDEN. CLASS 326 – IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HUNTER, RIDDEN ON THE FLAT. BEST PERFORMED IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE ENTIRE MALE. (191S) Eligible Class/es 317, 319, 321 – 323.

Laughton’s Legend was a purebred registered Irish Draught stallion, bred in Ireland and imported to New Zealand and then finally Australia.

He was from the famous Laughton (446) family line, who have a tremendous reputation for producing intelligent, talented and kind jumpers.

Laughton’s Legend produced many offspring mainly to Thoroughbred mares.

They excelled in hunting, showjumping, eventing and many realising their potential as faithful quiet riding mounts.

Some of his offspring were exported to Asia, and some to the USA where they went on to compete in the International showjumping circuit.

He sired horses in Australia by transported chilled semen.

There remain several half bred stallions, sired by him, in New Zealand.

Tragically, a short time after he arrived in Australia, a paddock accident ended his life.

PRIZE: TROPHY IN MEMORY OF LAUGHTONS LEGEND SUPPORTED BY ICARUS PARK STUD.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

SENIOR CHAMPION LED IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE. (192S) Eligible Class/es 317 – 318, 320.

Mare must be four years or over.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

SENIOR RESERVE CHAMPION LED IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE. (193S) Eligible Class/es 317 – 318, 320.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

JUNIOR CHAMPION LED IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE. (194S) Eligible Class/es 319, 321 – 322.

Mare must be three years or under.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

JUNIOR RESERVE CHAMPION LED IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE. (195S) Eligible Class/es 319, 321 – 322.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

CHAMPION RIDDEN IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE. (196S) Eligible Class/es 323 – 326.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION RIDDEN IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE. (197S) Eligible Class/es 323 – 326.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

SUPREME CHAMPION LED IRISH DRAUGHT OR SPORT HORSE. (198S) Eligible Class/es 192S, 194S. 31 SECTION 25 – MORGAN & PARTBRED MORGAN HORSES ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2012.

ENTRY FEES: RASV MEMBERS $30 (INCL.

GST) NON RASV MEMBERS $50 (INCL.

GST) BEST PRESENTED CLASS $20 (INCL.

GST) A $25 Administration Fee per Exhibitor will apply to all entries not placed online.

Full fees payable at time of entry.

Copy of registration certificate must accompany entries.

All purebred Exhibits must be registered with the Morgan Horse Association Australia or the American Morgan Horse Association.

All partbred Exhibits must be registered with the Morgan Horse Association Australia.

CLASS 327 – BEST PRESENTED PUREBRED MORGAN (LED). (SPECIAL) PRIZE: 1ST – 6TH ROSETTE. CLASS 328 – BEST PRESENTED PARTBRED MORGAN (LED). (SPECIAL) PRIZE: 1ST – 6TH ROSETTE. CLASS 329 – PUREBRED MORGAN STALLION OR COLT. CLASS 330 – PUREBRED MORGAN MARE OR FILLY. CLASS 331 – PUREBRED MORGAN GELDING. CLASS 332 – PARTBRED MORGAN MALE. CLASS 333 – PARTBRED MORGAN FEMALE. CLASS 334 – PUREBRED MORGAN, RIDDEN. CLASS 335 – PARTBRED MORGAN, RIDDEN. CHAMPION LED PUREBRED MORGAN. (199S) Eligible Class/es 329 – 331.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION LED PUREBRED MORGAN. (200S) Eligible Class/es 329 – 331.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

CHAMPION LED PARTBRED MORGAN. (201S) Eligible Class/es 332 – 333.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION LED PARTBRED MORGAN. (202S) Eligible Class/es 332 – 333.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

CHAMPION RIDDEN MORGAN. (203S) Eligible Class/es 334 – 335.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION RIDDEN MORGAN. (204S) Eligible Class/es 334 – 335.

PRIZE: RASV SASH. SUPREME CHAMPION PUREBRED LED MORGAN. (205S) Eligible Class/es 199S.

PRIZE: SASH, TROPHY RUG SUPPORTED BY MORGAN HORSE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA.

SUPREME CHAMPION PARTBRED LED MORGAN. (206S) Eligible Class/es 201S.

Not Eligible for Best of Show PRIZE: SASH, TROPHY RUG SUPPORTED BY MORGAN HORSE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA. SECTION 26 – NEW FOREST PONIES ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2012.

ENTRY FEES: RASV MEMBERS $30 (INCL.

GST) NON RASV MEMBERS $50 (INCL.

GST) BEST PRESENTED CLASS $20 (INCL.

GST) A $25 Administration Fee per Exhibitor will apply to all entries not placed online.

Full fees payable at time of entry.

Copy of registration certificate must accompany entries.

All New Forest Exhibits must be registered or foal recorded as a New Forest with a recognised breed society or stud book.

Exhibitors must be current financial members of the society with which the Exhibit is registered and be the current registered owner of the Exhibit entered.

Height not to exceed 14.2 hands.

Exhibits entered in this section must hold a valid measuring card or be measured by the official RASV measurer during the Royal Melbourne Horse Show.

See special regulation measuring.

CLASS 336 – BEST PRESENTED NEW FOREST PONY (LED). (SPECIAL) PRIZE: 1ST – 6TH ROSETTE. CLASS 337 – NEW FOREST STALLION, 4 YEARS AND OVER. CLASS 338 – NEW FOREST COLT, 2 AND 3 YEARS. CLASS 339 – NEW FOREST MARE, 4 YEARS AND OVER. CLASS 340 – NEW FOREST GELDING, 4 YEARS AND OVER. CLASS 341 – NEW FOREST FILLY OR GELDING, 2 AND 3 YEARS. CLASS 342 – NEW FOREST COLT, FILLY OR GELDING, YEARLING. CLASS 343 – NEW FOREST PONY, RIDDEN.

Winner eligible for Champion Ridden Mountain & Moorland Pony. CLASS 344 – NEW FOREST GROUP, TWO PROGENY, BY ONE SIRE OR OUT OF ONE DAM. (SPECIAL) The progeny only to be shown.

They need not necessarily be bred or owned by the owner of the sire or dam, and not necessarily the property of the Exhibitor.competition for this prize is limited to animals competing in the Ordinary Classes.

Name of sire or dam to be stated on entry form. 32 CHAMPION LED NEW FOREST PONY. (207S) Eligible Class/es 337 – 342.

Winner eligible for Supreme Champion Led Mountain & Moorland Pony.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION LED NEW FOREST PONY. (208S) Eligible Class/es 337 – 342.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

CHAMPION RIDDEN MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND PONY. (209S) Eligible Class/es 249, 253, 315, 343.

First placed ridden Connemara, New Forest, Dartmoor & Highland eligible.

Second placed eligible for Reserve Champion.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION RIDDEN MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND PONY. (210S) Eligible Class/es 249, 253, 315, 343.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

SUPREME CHAMPION LED MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND PONY. (211S) Eligible Class/es 145S, 147S, 149S, 189S, 207S.

Champion Connemara, New Forest, Dartmoor, Fell & Highland Ponies Eligible.

PRIZE: RASV SASH. — All exhibits must be registered with the Paint Horse Association Australia.

Copy of registration certificate must accompany entries.

CLASS 661 – BEST PRESENTED PAINT (LED). (SPECIAL) PRIZE: 1ST – 6TH ROSETTE. CLASS 662 – PAINT STALLION, 4 YEARS AND OVER. 52 CHAMPION LED QUARTER HORSE MALE. (415S) Eligible Class/es 669 – 670.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION LED QUARTER HORSE MALE. (416S) Eligible Class/es 669 – 670.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

CHAMPION LED QUARTER HORSE FEMALE. (417S) Eligible Class/es 671 – 674.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION LED QUARTER HORSE FEMALE. (418S) Eligible Class/es 671 – 674.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

CHAMPION LED QUARTER HORSE GELDING. (419S) Eligible Class/es 675 – 676.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

RESERVE CHAMPION LED QUARTER HORSE GELDING. (420S) Eligible Class/es 675 – 676.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

SUPREME CHAMPION LED QUARTER HORSE. (421S) Eligible Class/es 415S, 417S, 419S.

PRIZE: RASV SASH. RIDDEN HACK All exhibits must be registered with the Australian Appaloosa Association Limited, the Appaloosas and Australian Spotted Ponies Inc or Sportaloosa International.

Copy of registration certificate must accompany entries.

CLASS 687 – OPEN RIDDEN HACK, 15 HANDS AND UNDER. CLASS 688 – OPEN RIDDEN HACK, OVER 15 HANDS. SECTION 38 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2012.

ENTRY FEES: RASV MEMBERS $30 (INCL.

GST) NON RASV MEMBERS $50 (INCL.

GST) BEST PRESENTED CLASS $20 (INCL.

GST) A $25 Administration Fee per Exhibitor will apply to all entries not placed online.

Full fees payable at time of entry.

Copy of registration certificate must accompany entries.

Exhibits must be registered with Equestrian Australia, Show Horse Council, Australian National Saddlehorse Association or a recognised breed or saddle association.

Exhibits can enter either an Open or Show Hunter class but not both.

Exhibits in the Saddle Horse Championships must hold a current RASV measuring card or be measured by the official RASV measurer during the Royal Melbourne Horse Show.

Exhibits entered in the Saddle Horse Championships must have one qualifying performance to enter.

Performances for each Exhibit must be supplied with entries (see conditions).

Placing in the top ten in the Royal Melbourne Horse Show Saddle Horse Championships will count as one performance towards the qualifying requirements for the Royal Melbourne Show Horses in Action Competition.

Grand National Championships qualifier. PERFORMANCE SHOWMANSHIP AT HALTER CLASS 677 – IMPROVER SHOWMANSHIP. CLASS 678 – YOUTH SHOWMANSHIP. CLASS 679 – AMATEUR SHOWMANSHIP. CLASS 680 – OPEN HUNTER IN HAND. PERFORMANCE – HUNTER UNDER SADDLE CLASS 681 – ALL AGE HUNTER UNDER SADDLE. CLASS 682 – HUNTER UNDER SADDLE 3 YEARS. CLASS 683 – JUNIOR HORSE HUNTER UNDER SADDLE. CLASS 684 – YOUTH HUNTER UNDER SADDLE. CLASS 685 – AMATEUR HUNTER UNDER SADDLE. CLASS 686 – SENIOR HORSE HUNTER UNDER SADDLE. SADDLE PONIES CLASS 689 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS SHETLAND PONY UNDER 10 HANDS, RIDDEN. CLASS 690 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS SHETLAND PONY 10 HANDS AND NOT OVER 10.2 HANDS, RIDDEN. CLASS 691 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS OPEN SADDLE PONY UNDER 11.2 HANDS, RIDDEN.

Shetlands ineligble. CLASS 692 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS OPEN SADDLE PONY OVER 11.2 HANDS AND NOT OVER 12 HANDS, RIDDEN. CLASS 693 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS OPEN SADDLE PONY OVER 12 HANDS AND NOT OVER 12.2 HANDS, RIDDEN. 53 CLASS 694 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS OPEN SADDLE PONY OVER 12.2 HANDS AND NOT OVER 13 HANDS, RIDDEN. CLASS 695 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS OPEN SADDLE PONY OVER 13 HANDS AND NOT OVER 13.2 HANDS, RIDDEN. CLASS 696 – SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS OPEN SADDLE PONY OVER 13.2 HANDS AND NOT OVER 14 HANDS, RIDDEN. SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS CHAMPION SHETLAND PONY. (422S) Eligible Class/es 689 – 690.

PRIZE: RASV SASH, TROPHY RUG.

SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS RESERVE CHAMPION SHETLAND PONY. (423S) Eligible Class/es 689 – 690.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS CHAMPION RIDDEN OPEN SADDLE PONY NOT OVER 12.2 HANDS. (424S) Eligible Class/es 691 – 693.

PRIZE: RASV SASH, TROPHY RUG.

SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS RESERVE CHAMPION OPEN SADDLE PONY NOT OVER 12.2 HANDS. (425S) Eligible Class/es 691 – 693.

PRIZE: RASV SASH.

SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS CHAMPION RIDDEN OPEN SADDLE PONY OVER 12.2 HANDS AND NOT OVER 14 HANDS. (426S) Eligible Class/es 694 – 696.

PRIZE: RASV SASH, TROPHY RUG.

SADDLE HORSE CHAMPIONSHIPS RESERVE CHAMPION RIDDEN OPEN SADDLE PONY OVER 12.2 HANDS AND NOT OVER 14 HANDS. (427S) Eligible Class/es 694 – 696.

PRIZE: RASV SASH. SADDLE HORSES

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