Irish Draught Horse : THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY GB awards a special rosette….

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Entries Close 2nd June 12 Entries Close 2nd June the ring.

This is often the case with a large number in the class) Each horse to complete an individual show.

Show to include the following movements: Trot, canter serpentine, extended canter (gallop) halt and stand, walk off on long rein.

Total marks out of 20 (to include performance, amount of retraining, suitability to diversify) Each horse to be presented in front of the judge for conformation and suitability to be retrained.

Total marks 20 Racing injuries will be overlooked.

For further details visit the RoR website www.ror.org.uk H10 EX RACE HORSE RIDDEN – The Tattersalls and RoR Thoroughbred Ridden Show Horse Class Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4years old or over, any height.

Riders must be 15 years or over.

Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or simple double bridle.

Horses should be plaited.

The first two go forward to the championship at the Hickstead Derby Meeting on 2011.

Qualification will go down to 4th place if the first 2 have already qualified.

All entries MUST be registered with Weatherbys in their General Stud Book.and MUST also be registered with the ROR.

The class is open to thoroughbreds that have RACED.

There will be a prize for the highest placed veteran 15years or over.

The class will be run under the rules of RoR.

Horses to be ridden by the judge. HUNTER BREEDING – TUESDAY REGULATIONS: The Hunter Breeding classes are held under the Rules and Jurisdiction of Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain.

All entries must be registered on the Society’s Basic Identity Record or Stud Book and their registration number quoted on the entry form.

Only mares with own foal at foot will be eligible to compete in class H14 SPECIAL ROSETTES and TROPHIES: SPORT HORSE BREEDING OF GREAT BRITAIN offers one Premium in class H15.

The premium will take the form of a service voucher, valued at £100, awarded at the Judge’s discretion to their selection from the monetary prize winners, to be used towards the cost of covering the mare by any SHB (GB) Graded Stallion or Life Approved Premium Stallion.

The service voucher may be used in either of the two years following the year of the award.

The owner must be, or become, a fully paid up member of SHB(GB) in order to be eligible for the award.

No mare shall take more than one award per year.

Grade I or II mares are eligible to be transferred into the new SHB(GB) Stud Book NOVEMCENTENIAL CUP (perpetual) donated by Mr W F Brooks to the winner of the Hunter Breeding Championship CURTIS SILVER CUP (perpetual) donated by Major & Mrs P P Curtis for the highest placed entry in the Brood Mare class H14 owned by a local exhibitor.

THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) awards a special rosette to the highest placed pure or part bred Irish Draught exhibit in each class.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the IDHS (GB) on either their Pure Bred or Sport Horse Register.

Registration/identification numbers to be stated on entry form THE CLEVELAND BAY HORSE SOCIETY awards a special rosette to the highest placed Pure or Part-Bred Cleveland Bay in each class, provided it is registered with that Society and the registration number is noted on the entry form THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGE: Mr D Walters, Sussex ENTRY FEES: £18.00; NFASS Members £15.00 (Class H15 only: £6 each; NFASS Members £4) PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15; 4th £12 and 5th £12 (Class H15 only: 1st £15; 2nd £10; 3rd £6) H11 H12 HUNTER THREE YEAR OLD – Colt ,filly or gelding foaled in 2007 HUNTER TWO YEAR OLD – Colt, filly or gelding foaled in 2008 Entries Close 2nd June 13 Entries Close 2nd June H13 H14 H15 HUNTER YEARLING – Colt, filly or gelding foaled in 2009 HUNTER BROOD MARE – Four years old or over, mare only to be judged HUNTER FOAL – Out of mare shown in the above class but judged separately.

Foals must be at least three weeks old on the day of the show HUNTER BREEDING CHAMPIONSHIP – To be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H11 to H15 RIDDEN HUNTERS – TUESDAY REGULATIONS: The Ridden and Working Hunter classes are held under the 2010 Rules and Jurisdiction of Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain.

Classes H16 to H21 are qualifying events for this year’s Horse of the Year Show and only horses registered on the current year Show Hunter Register are eligible to enter.

Registration numbers must be quoted on entry forms and owners and riders must be members of the Society.

The highest placed horse in class H16 to H18, H20 & H21 will qualify to enter unless it has already done so, in which case the second horse will go forward.

In the Working Hunter Class H19, the highest placed horse will qualify to enter at the HOYS unless it has already done so, in which case the second horse will go forward unless it has already done so in which case the third horse will go forward.

No horse lower than third place will qualify.

No substitutions are permitted after the closing date of entries.

Whilst every effort will be made, it may not be possible for the Judge to ride every Horse in each class.

SPECIAL ROSETTES, QUALIFIERS and TROPHIES: HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW – 6th – 10th October 2010 N.E.C Birmingham.

The first prize winner will qualify to compete at the final.

If already qualified the second will qualify.

No horse lower than second will qualify.

In the Lightweight, Middleweight, Heavyweight and Small Hunter (classes H16 to H18, H20 & H21).

In the Working Hunter Class H19, the highest placed horse will qualify to enter at the HOYS unless it has already done so, in which case the second horse will go forward unless it has already done so in which case the third horse will go forward.

No horse lower than third place will qualify.

THE NATIONAL HUNTER SUPREME CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW (NHSC) to be held on 7th & 8th September 2010.

The three highest placed horses in classes H16 – H18 and H20 will qualify to enter at the NHSC.

No horse placed lower than third in its class will qualify.

All regulations applicable to the HOYS qualifiers will also apply to NHSC qualifiers THE BLUE CHIP & IDHS (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE – The qualifier will be the highest placed horse (not already qualified) from classes H16 to H21 that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, ie with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding.

Horses need not be registered to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) registers by the time of the Championship, which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show (date and venue to be announced).

NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed or entered.

Each qualifier will receive a rosette and £10 voucher from Blue Chip.

In the final, the Championship will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug, the Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each.

Also the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 15.2 and under will receive a trophy and £50.

THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) will award Special Rosettes to the highest placed Pure or Part Bred Irish Draught exhibit in classes H16 to H21.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their (GB) or IDSH Registers, Registration/Identification numbers to be stated on the entry form.

THE MANSTON VEIL TROPHY (perpetual) kindly donated by Mrs Marigold Leeks for the Ridden Hunter Champion HUNTERS LAND ROVER (SOUTHAMPTON) TROPHY (perpetual) donated by Messrs Hunters Land Rover, Southampton for the Ridden Hunter Champion NEW FOREST HUNT CLUB CHALLENGE CUP (perpetual) to the highest placed local exhibitor in class H16 MRS VEAL CUP (perpetual) donated by Mrs W Veal to the winner of class H17 VEAL COACH HORN (perpetual) donated by Mr K Veal to the winner of class H18 Entries Close 2nd June 14 Entries Close 2nd June IRONSHILL CUP (perpetual) donated by Mr O T Price, for the highest placed animal owned by a local exhibitor in class H19 THE FORWOOD BOWL (perpetual) donated by Lt Col Sir Dudley Forwood & Lady Forwood to the winner of class H20 THE CLEVELAND BAY HORSE SOCIETY awards a special rosette to the highest placed pure or part-bred Cleveland Bay in each class, provided it is registered with that Society and the registration number is noted on the entry form THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Mrs H Hillard MFH, Gloucestershire (Conformation) H16 to H19 Mr P Cook, Northamptonshire (Ride) H16 to H19 Miss J Owen, Hampshire (Ride) H20 & H21 Mr M Trickey, North Devon (Conformation) H20 & H21 Course Designer: Mr D Norlander ENTRY FEES: £30.00 each; NFASS Members £27.00 (Entry Fee includes a £10.00 Horse of the Year Show contribution) PRIZE MONEY: 1st £40; 2nd £30; 3rd £25; 4th £20 and 5th £15 H16 H17 H18 H19 HOYS LIGHTWEIGHT HUNTER – Mare or gelding, four years old or over.

Capable of carrying up to (12 stone) HOYS MIDDLEWEIGHT HUNTER – Mare or gelding, four years old or over.

Capable of carrying (12 stone) and not exceeding (14 stone) HOYS HEAVYWEIGHT HUNTER – Mare or gelding, four years old or over.

Capable of carrying over (14 stone) HOYS WORKING HUNTER – Mare or Gelding four years old or over, exceeding 148cm (14.2hh), to be judged in accordance with the rules herein set out.

Grade A Show Jumpers and Advanced Eventers are not eligible to compete in these classes.

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

The jumping to be judged 40% for actual jumping and 20% style and presence, ride and conformation 40%.

Fences to be a minimum of eight and a maximum of 12 in number and a maximum height of 3’ 9” at the discretion of the Judges.

Fences should have a natural appearance and not be easily dislodged.

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 side-saddle, in which case, in order to allow the Judge to ride, the saddle may be changed for the riding phase only).

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; skull caps must have a navy blue or black cover.

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

On completion of the jumping phase all clear rounds and any other horses the Judges 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 turn around, these constitute 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.

Exhibitors will now be allowed to enter up to two horses in a Working Hunter Class but following the jumping phase it will be up to the exhibitor to select only one horse to take forward into the ridden and conformation section if required (no change of rider is allowed).

Penalties: 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 = Elimination.

Conformation Marks will be divided equally between the Conformation judge and Ride judge.

Horses with minus scores will not be required for the end phase of the class.

H20 HOYS SMALL HUNTER – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 148cm but not exceeding 158cm.

A horse registered as a Small Hunter cannot compete in an Open Weight Class RIDDEN HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP – To be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H16 to H20 15 LADIES HUNTER – SIDE SADDLE – TUESDAY REGULATIONS: The Ladies Hunter – Side Saddle class is held under the 2010 Rules and Jurisdiction of Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain.

Class H21 is a qualifying event for this year’s Horse of the Year Show and only horses registered on the current year Show Hunter Register are eligible to enter.

Registration numbers must be quoted on entry forms and owners and riders must be members of the Society.

No substitutions are permitted after the closing date of entries.

Horses shown are required to be entered on the Society’s Basic Identity Record or Stud Book and the annual Show Hunter Register.

Owners and riders must be Full Members of the Society (Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain) Whilst every effort will be made, it may not be possible for the Judge to ride every Horse in the class.

QUALIFIER, TROPHY and SPECIAL ROSETTE: HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW – 6th – 10th October 2010 N.E.C Birmingham.

The first prize winner will qualify to compete at the final.

If already qualified the second will qualify, No horse lower than second will qualify.

THE BLUE CHIP & IDHS (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE – The qualifier will be the highest placed horse (not already qualified) from classes H16 to H21 that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, ie with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding.

Horses need not be registered to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) registers by the time of the Championship, which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show (date and venue to be announced).

NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed or entered.

Each qualifier will receive a rosette and £10 voucher from Blue Chip.

In the final, the Championship will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug, the Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each.

Also the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 15.2 and under will receive a trophy and £50.

THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) will award Special Rosettes to the highest placed Pure or Part Bred Irish Draught exhibit in classes H21.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their (GB) or IDSH Registers, Registration/Identification numbers to be stated on the entry form.

LADIES’ HUNTER SIDE SADDLE CUP (perpetual) for the winner of this class THE SIDE SADDLE ASSOCIATION awards a special rosette to the highest placed member of the Association in this class THE CLEVELAND BAY HORSE SOCIETY awards a special rosette to the highest placed pure or part-bred Cleveland Bay in this class, provided it is registered with that Society and the registration number is noted on the entry form THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Miss J Owen, Hampshire (Ride) H20 & H21 Mr M Trickey, North Devon (Conformation) H20 & H21 ENTRY FEES: £30.00 each; NFASS Members £27.00 (Entry Fee includes a £10.00 Horse of the Year Show contribution) PRIZE MONEY: 1st £40; 2nd £30; 3rd £25; 4th £20 and 5th £15 H21 HOYS LADIES’ HUNTER – Mare or gelding, four years old or over.

To be ridden side saddle by a lady Entries Close 2nd June 16 Entries Close 2nd June AMATEUR RIDDEN HUNTER – TUESDAY REGULATIONS: This class is not affiliated to the Sports Horse Breeding of Great Britain under which the Ridden Hunter classes H16 – H21 are held.

A person is an amateur for showing purposes, when showing ridden hunters in an amateur class, if he or she does not: Engage in livery, buying, selling, dealing or hiring horses as a means of deriving a main source of income.

Since 1st January 2008, Accept remuneration whether it be monetary or goods in kind for employment in connection with horses in a racing, showing or livery stable or riding school (instruction at Pony Club and Riding Club excepted).

Since 1st January 2008, Show a horse owned or sponsored by a company or commercial firm, or a horse which his or her immediate family accepts livery or training charges from a person outside the immediate concern.

Since 1st January 2008, show a horse which professional rider has qualified in the weight or small ridden hunter Class for either Horse of the Year Show or Royal International Horse Show during the current year, unless the horse has subsequently been reregistered under new ownership, show a horse which has been exhibited by a professional rider at the same show with the exception of Working Hunter and Ladies classes, professional show persons must not enter the Amateur Ring whilst the classes are in progress.

SPECIAL ROSETTES and TROPHIES: THE ANNE MILLAR TROPHY (perpetual) presented by the New Forest & Hampshire County Show Society THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Mr M Trickey, North Devon (Conformation) Miss J Owen, Hampshire (Ride) ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS Members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15 4th £12 and 5th £12 H22 AMATEUR RIDDEN HUNTER – Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over.

To be owned and ridden by an amateur RESTRICTED OPEN WORKING HUNTER – TUESDAY REGULATIONS: Restricted Open Working Hunter classes are held under the 2010 Rules and Jurisdiction of Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain, and only open to horses registered on the SHB(GB) Basic I.D Register Registration numbers must be quoted on entry forms.

No substitutions are permitted after the closing date of entries.

Whilst every effort will be made, it may not be possible for the Judge to ride every Horse in each class.

SPECIAL ROSETTE: THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGE: Mrs J Phillipps, Lincolnshire Course Designer: Mr D Norlander ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS Members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15; 4th £12 and 5th £12 H23 RESTRICTED OPEN WORKING HUNTER – Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over not to have won a total of £400,excluding championship prize money, (or equivalent)in prize money in any Working Hunter class, or more than 45 BE points or £400 BSJA Show Jumping, at home or equivalent abroad before 1st January in the relevant year.

Maximum height of fences 3’6” (1.07m). Entries Close 2nd June 17 Entries Close 2nd June IRISH DRAUGHT IN-HAND – TUESDAY REGULATIONS: These classes are affiliated to the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) and all exhibits must be registered or identified with the IDHS (GB).

Registration/identification numbers must be stated on the entry form.

SPECIAL ROSETTES and QUALIFIERS: THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) will award Special Rosettes to the highest placed Pure or Part Bred Irish Draught exhibit in classes H24 to H26.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their (GB) or IDSH Registers, Registration/Identification numbers to be stated on the entry form.

The Youngstock Class is a qualifier for the NFU Mutual Irish Draught Youngstock Challenge.

The two highest placed Pure Breds from each age group, yearling (filly, colt or gelding) 2 year old (filly, colt or gelding) 3 year old (filly or Gelding) identified on the Grade 1 Irish Draught Register (ie.

Out of a grade 1 Mare (either RID, AID or SID) and by an RID Sire) or, if one or both have already qualified, the next in line down to 3rd place only in each age group, will qualify for the Final at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show (date and venue to be announced).

In the Final, there will be three classes each awarding £150 to the 1st place semi-finalist and £100 to 2nd placed semi-finalist.

The two semi-finalists from each class going forward to the Championship, where the Champion will receive £150, the Reserve Champion will receive £100.

THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGE: Mrs J Phillipps, Lincolnshire ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15; 4th £12 and 5th £12 H24 IRISH DRAUGHT – Yearling, two & three year old filly or gelding and yearling & 2yr colt out of a Grade I mare (RID, AID,SID) and by RID sire.

Also yearling, two and three year filly or gelding and yearling & 2yr colt identified on the Grade I ID Sport Horse Register (if sufficient entries this class will be split into Purebred & Sport Horse) IRISH DRAUGHT MARE or GELDING – Four years old or over, register on the Grade I Irish Draught Registered (RID, AID, SID).

IRISH DRAUGHT PART BRED – Four years old and over.

Mare or gelding.

Registered on the Grade I Sports Horse Registered IRISH DRAUGHT CHAMPIONSHIP – To be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H24 and H25 H25 H26 RIDDEN IRISH DRAUGHT – TUESDAY REGULATIONS: These classes are affiliated to the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) and all exhibits must be registered or identified with the IDHS (GB).

Registration/identification numbers must be stated on the entry form.

SPECIAL ROSETTES and QUALIFIERS: THE BLUE CHIP & IDHS (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE – “The Highest placed horse (not already qualified) in each of the classes H27 and H28 will qualify for the Final of the Blue Chip & IDHS (GB) Championship, which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show (date and venue to be announced).

NB: A Horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed in or entered.

Each Qualifier will receive a rosette and a voucher for £10 from Blue Chip.

In the Final, the Champion will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug, the Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each.

Also the highest placed Pure Irish Draught will be awarded a Trophy and £100 and the highest placed 15.2 and under will receive a Trophy and £50.

THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) will award Special Rosettes to the highest placed Pure or Part Bred Irish Draught exhibit in classes H27 and H28.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their (GB) or IDSH Registers, Registration/Identification numbers to be stated on the entry form. Entries Close 2nd June 18 Entries Close 2nd June THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGE: Mrs J Phillipps, Lincolnshire ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS Members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15; 4th £12 and 5th £12 H27 RIDDEN PURE BRED, MARE OR GELDING – for years old or over, registered or identified on the Irish Draught Register.

All stallions must be in the possession of a current IDHS (GB) or covering certificate RIDDEN IRISH DRAUGHT SPORT HORSE, STALLION, MARE OR GELDING – four years old or over, registered or identified on the Irish Draught Sports Horse Register.

All stallions must be in the possession of a current IDHS (GB) covering certificate.

RIDDEN IRISH DRAUGHT CHAMPIONSHIP – To be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H27 and H28 H28 LIGHT TRADE – TUESDAY REGULATIONS: These classes H29 to H31 are held under the auspices of the British Driving Society.

For safety reasons the Whip must not leave his vehicle.

Horse(s) or pony(ies) four years old or over, to be shown in a trade vehicle.

No goods to be carried or displayed on vehicles, except empty containers are permitted.

Will exhibitors please ensure the following information is given on the entry form: (a) Name and breed of ponies/horses (b) Description of vehicle and (c) Name of driver SPECIAL ROSETTES, QUALIFIERS and TROPHIES: Class Numbers H29 & H30 are qualifiers for the 2010 Osborne Refrigerators BDS National Championships.

The highest placed turnout owned and driven by a member of the British Driving Society and eligible for the following types in H29 j: Two wheel light trade, H30 k: Four wheel light trade, disregarding those already qualified down to 6th place in the class will qualify for the 2010 Semi-Finals.

The Championship will immediately follow the Semi-Finals.

THE JAMES EDGAR TROPHY (perpetual) presented by Mr James Edgar for the winner of the class H29 THE PARKHOUSE & WYATT TROPHY (perpetual) for the winner of class H30 THE FLEXI-PAK TROPHY (perpetual) for the highest placed local exhibitor (owner and driver to be local) THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGE: Mrs H Noad, Gloucestershire ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS Members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £35; 2nd £25; 3rd £15; 4th£12; 5th £12 and 6th £12 H29 H30 H31 LIGHT TRADE TURNOUT – SINGLES – TWO WHEELED VEHICLES – Stallion, mare or gelding, four years old or over LIGHT TRADE TURNOUT – SINGLES or PAIRS – FOUR WHEELED VEHICLES – Stallions, mares or geldings, four years old or over LIGHT COMMERCIAL TURNOUT – Open to singles, pairs and four-in-hand, coachman driven, to a traditional style commercial vehicle. Entries Close 2nd June — Entries Close 2nd June 40 Entries Close 2nd June WORLD BREEDS RIDDEN (excluding Mountain & Moorland Breeds) – WEDNESDAY REGULATIONS: To be registered with Parent Society and Membership Number to be stated on entry form.

SPECIAL ROSETTE: THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGE: Mrs D Kelly, Hampshire ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS Members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15; 4th £12 and 5th £12 H122 WORLD BREEDS RIDDEN (excluding Mountain & Moorland Breeds) – Four years old and over, open to any height MAXI COB – THURSDAY REGULATIONS: The Maxi Cob class is Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association.

Horses must be registered with the Association and all owners, exhibitors and riders must be Association members.

Riders must be 15 years of age or older.

QUALIFIERS, TROPHY and SPECIAL ROSETTES: THE BLUE CHIP & IDHS (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE – The qualifier will be the highest placed horse (not already qualified) from class H123 that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, ie with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding.

Horses need not be registered to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) registers by the time of the Championship, which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show (date and venue to be announced).

NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed or entered.

Each qualifier will receive a rosette and £10 voucher from Blue Chip.

In the final, the Championship will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug, the Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each.

Also the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 15.2 and under will receive a trophy and £50.

THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) will award Special Rosettes to the highest placed Pure or Part Bred Irish Draught exhibit in class H123.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their (GB) or IDSH Registers, Registration/Identification numbers to be stated on the entry form.

DAY TICKETS Non-members may purchase up to a maximum of 2 Day Tickets per exhibitor, per horse per season.

A day ticket will allow entry into Novice, Amateur, Young Rider, Home Produced, Working and Open affiliated classes only but will not allow entry into RIHS or HOYS qualifying classes.

Horses registered on a day ticket do not require a JMB height certificate.competitors can purchase a day ticket from the BSHA office.

THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Mrs A Levy, Kent (Ride) Mr N Swallow, Shropshire (Conformation) ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS Members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15; 4th £12 and 5th £12 H123 MAXI COB – Mare or gelding, four years old and over, exceeding 155cms. Entries Close 2nd June 41 Entries Close 2nd June RIDDEN COB – THURSDAY REGULATIONS: The Cob classes are held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association.

Horses must be registered with the Association and all owners, exhibitors and riders must be Association members.

Riders must be 15 years of age or older.

QUALIFIERS, TROPHY and SPECIAL ROSETTES: THE BRITISH SHOW HORSE ASSOCIATION – Classes H124 & H125 are qualifiers for Horse of the Year Show.

The first prize winner will qualify to compete at the final.

If already qualified the second will qualify, if the first and second are already qualified then the third will go forward and so forth to fifth place.

In accordance with BSHA rules the annual BSHA HOYS fee of £15 must have been paid to BSHA before the entry is made if the exhibitor wishes to qualify.

The BSHA HOYS fee cannot be paid in retrospect.

This fee is not the HOYS levy, which goes to Grandstand Media Ltd.

Horses competing in the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain classes at their affiliated shows cannot compete in Hack and Riding Horse classes at the same show.

The three highest placed prize winners in all open affiliated classes will qualify to compete in the BSHA Classic Supreme Classes at the National Championship Show on September 10th & 11th 2010.

The BSHA offer a Novice, Young Rider and Amateur rosette in each open class and a Championship rosette for each section.

The highest placed Amateur Home Produced exhibit in all Horse of the Year Show qualifying classes will receive a Blue Chip rosette and £5 money-off voucher.

The highest placed amateur will need to contact Sarah Butler by email sarah@bluechipfeeds.com or on 0114 266 6200 (a maximum of one rosette to be won at a RIHS qualifier and one rosette at a HOYS qualifier per horse.

The award will then pass down the line).

Virbac Animal Health, manufacturers of leading wormer brands Equimax and Eraquell, will issue the HOYS Cob qualifier in each class a qualification rosette and card, this will not be presented in the ring but will be forwarded along with confirmation of qualification from the BSHA.

THE BLUE CHIP & IDHS (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE – The qualifier will be the highest placed horse (not already qualified) from classes H124 & H125 that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, ie with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding.

Horses need not be registered to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) registers by the time of the Championship, which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show (date and venue to be announced).

NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed or entered.

Each qualifier will receive a rosette and £10 voucher from Blue Chip.

In the final, the Championship will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug, the Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each.

Also the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 15.2 and under will receive a trophy and £50.

THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) will award Special Rosettes to the highest placed Pure or Part Bred Irish Draught exhibit in classes H124 & H125.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their (GB) or IDSH Registers, Registration/Identification numbers to be stated on the entry form.

THE EDGAR TROPHY (perpetual) donated by Messrs J & D Edgar to the Champion THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Mrs A Levy, Kent (Ride) Mr N Swallow, Shropshire (Conformation) ENTRY FEES: £30.00 each; NFASS Members £27.00 (Entry fee includes a £10.00 Horse of the Year Show contribution) PRIZE MONEY: 1st £40; 2nd £30; 3rd £25; 4th £20 and 5th £15 H124 H125 The Equimax/Eraquell Cob of the Year HOYS qualifier LIGHTWEIGHT COB – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 148cms, but not exceeding 155cms, capable of carrying up to 14 stone Equimax/Eraquell Cob of the Year HOYS qualifier HEAVYWEIGHT COB – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 148cm but not exceeding 155cm, capable of carrying more than 14 stone RIDDEN COB CHAMPIONSHIP – To be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H124 and H125 Entries Close 2nd June 42 Entries Close 2nd June WORKING COB – THURSDAY REGULATIONS: The Working Cob class is held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association.

Horses must be registered with the Association and all owners, exhibitors and riders must be Association members.

Riders must be 15 years of age or older.

QUALIFIER and SPECIAL ROSETTES: THE BLUE CHIP & IDHS (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE – The qualifier will be the highest placed horse (not already qualified) from class H126 that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, ie with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding.

Horses need not be registered to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) registers by the time of the Championship, which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show (date and venue to be announced).

NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed or entered.

Each qualifier will receive a rosette and £10 voucher from Blue Chip.

In the final, the Championship will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug, the Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each.

Also the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 15.2 and under will receive a trophy and £50.

THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) will award Special Rosettes to the highest placed Pure or Part Bred Irish Draught exhibit in class H126.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their (GB) or IDSH Registers, Registration/Identification numbers to be stated on the entry form.

DAY TICKETS Non-members may purchase up to a maximum of 2 Day Tickets per exhibitor, per horse per season.

A day ticket will allow entry into Novice, Amateur, Young Rider, Home Produced, Working and Open affiliated classes only but will not allow entry into RIHS or HOYS qualifying classes.

Horses registered on a day ticket do not require a JMB height certificate.competitors can purchase a day ticket from the BSHA office.

THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Mrs A Levy, Kent (Ride) Mr N Swallow, Shropshire (Conformation) Course Designer: Mr D Norlander ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS Members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15; 4th £12 and 5th £12 H126 WORKING COB – mare or gelding, four years old and over, exceeding 148cm but not exceeding 155cms Stepping back at any obstacle on the course will be counted as a refusal.

Jumps not to exceed 2’6” in height and 2’6” spread Entries Close 2nd June 43 Entries Close 2nd June IN-HAND COLOURED HORSE or PONY – THURSDAY REGULATIONS: This Show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK).

Both the owner and the rider/exhibitor need not be a member of CHAPS (UK) nor must the horse or pony be registered with CHAPS (UK) to compete, but in order to qualify they must both be showing members and the horse/pony must be registered with the Society BEFORE this show for the qualification to be valid (except ponies UK/BSPS qualifiers where membership and registration, if not already in place, MUST be made within 14 days of qualification for qualification to be valid).

See CHAPS Members’ Handbook or www.chapsuk.com for rulings.

QUALIFIER, AWARDS and SPECIAL ROSETTES: This show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK).

Both owner and the ride/exhibitor need not be a member of CHAPS (UK) nor must the horse or pony be registered with CHAPS (UK) to compete, but in order to qualify they must both be Showing Members and the horse/pony must Registered with the Society BEFORE this show for the qualification to be valid, Membership Cards and Qualification Cards must be produced in the ring; the latter being signed by the judge in two places.

These classes are also qualifiers for Ponies UK Summer Championships, please refer to your CHAPS Handbook.

The CHAPS (UK) Championship Show will be held on 3rd, 4th & 5th September 2010.

Shows held on or after date of championship Show will count as 2011 qualifiers.

Members to apply in writing to CHAPS (UK) for appropriate qualifier card.

Ponies (UK) Summer Championships will be held on 11th-14th August 2010.

The following classes are CHAPS (UK) are Qualifiers H127 to H130.

For full rulings and information on competition/qualification, please refer to CHAPS (UK) Members’ Handbook; or visit www.chapsuk.com for rulings.

All stallions entering these classes must be graded with CHAPS (UK).

ID Cards must be carried in the ring for inspection.

Foals born within current year are not eligible to compete in qualifying classes.

THE CHAPS TROPHY (perpetual) is awarded to the winner of the In Hand Coloured Horse/Pony Championship THE COLOURED HORSE AND PONY SOCIETY (UK) awards a special rosette to the highest placed CHAPS (UK) member in each class THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Miss S Holliday, London (Native/Cob Traditional) Miss N Hall, Staffordshire (Non-Native Coloured) ENTRY FEES: £18.00 each; NFASS Members £15.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st £25; 2nd £18; 3rd £15; 4th £12 and 5th £12 H127 CHAPS (UK) IN-HAND NON-NATIVE COLOURED YOUNGSTOCK – Any height – yearlings, two and three year olds (foals excluded) This class is also a qualifier for the Ponies (UK) Summer Championships – Hollyland Stud Youngstock Final CHAPS (UK) NATIVE/COB/TRADITIONAL COLOURED YOUNGSTOCK – Any height, yearlings, two and three year olds (foals excluded) This class is also a qualifier for the Ponies (UK) Summer Championships – Hollyland Stud Youngstock Final CHAPS (UK) IN-HAND NON-NATIVE COLOURED – Any height and any age This class is also a qualifier for the Ponies (UK) Summer Championships – Clarendon Coloureds In Hand Final CHAPS (UK) IN-HAND NATIVE/COB/TRADITIONAL TYPE COLOURED – Any height and any age This class is also a qualifier for the Ponies (UK) Summer Championships – Clarendon Coloureds In Hand Final CHAPS (UK) IN-HAND COLOURED HORSE or PONY CHAMPIONSHIP – To be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H127 to H130 H128 H129 H130 — RIDDEN HACKS – THURSDAY REGULATIONS: The Hack classes are held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association.

Horses must be registered with the Association and all owners, exhibitors and riders must be Association members.

Riders must be 15 years of age or older.

QUALIFIERS, TROPHY and SPECIAL ROSETTES: THE BRITISH SHOW HORSE ASSOCIATION – Classes H148 & H149 are qualifiers for Horse of the Year Show.

The first prize winner will qualify to compete at the final.

If already qualified the second will qualify, if the first and second are already qualified then the third will go forward and so forth to fifth place.

In accordance with BSHA rules the annual BSHA HOYS fee of £15 must have been paid to BSHA before the entry is made if the exhibitor wishes to qualify.

The BSHA HOYS fee cannot be paid in retrospect.

This fee is not the HOYS levy, which goes to Grandstand Media Ltd.

Horses competing in the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain classes at their affiliated shows cannot compete in Hack and Riding Horse classes at the same show.

The three highest placed prize winners in all open affiliated classes will qualify to compete in the BSHA Classic Supreme Classes at the National Championship Show on September 10th & 11th 2010.

The BSHA offer a Novice, Young Rider and Amateur rosette in each open class and a Championship rosette for each section.

The highest placed Amateur Home Produced exhibit in all Horse of the Year Show qualifying classes will receive a Blue Chip rosette and £5 money-off voucher.

The highest placed amateur will need to contact Sarah Butler by email sarah@bluechipfeeds.com or on 0114 266 6200 (a maximum of one rosette to be won at a RIHS qualifier and one rosette at a HOYS qualifier per horse.

The award will then pass down the line).

THE BETTY SHEPHERD MEMORIAL CUP (perpetual) to the winner of the Ridden Hack Championship THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Mr R Oliver, Gloucestershire (Conformation) Mrs P Stacey, Hampshire (Ride) ENTRY FEES: £30.00 each; NFASS Members £27.00 (The entry fee includes a £10.00 Horse of the Year Show contribution) PRIZE MONEY: 1st £40; 2nd £30; 3rd £25; 4th £20 and 5th £15 H148 H149 HOYS SMALL HACK – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 148cm but not exceeding 154cm HOYS LARGE HACK – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 154cm, but not exceeding 160cm HACK CHAMPIONSHIP – To be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H148 and H149 Entries Close 2nd June 52 Entries Close 2nd June RIDING HORSE – THURSDAY REGULATIONS: The Riding Horse classes are held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association.

Horses must be registered with the Association and all owners, exhibitors and riders must be Association members.

Riders must be 15 years of age or older.

QUALIFERS, TROPHY and SPECIAL ROSETTES: THE BRITISH SHOW HORSE ASSOCIATION – Classes H150 & H151 are qualifiers for Horse of the Year Show.

The first prize winner will qualify to compete at the final.

If already qualified the second will qualify, if the first and second are already qualified then the third will go forward and so forth to fifth place.

In accordance with BSHA rules the annual BSHA HOYS fee of £15 must have been paid to BSHA before the entry is made if the exhibitor wishes to qualify.

The BSHA HOYS fee cannot be paid in retrospect.

This fee is not the HOYS levy, which goes to Grandstand Media Ltd.

Horses competing in the Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain classes at their affiliated shows cannot compete in Hack and Riding Horse classes at the same show.

The three highest placed prize winners in all open affiliated classes will qualify to compete in the BSHA Classic Supreme Classes at the National Championship Show on September 10th & 11th 2010.

The BSHA offer a Novice, Young Rider and Amateur rosette in each open class and a Championship rosette for each section.

The highest placed Amateur Home Produced exhibit in all Horse of the Year Show qualifying classes will receive a Blue Chip rosette and £5 money-off voucher.

The highest placed amateur will need to contact Sarah Butler by email sarah@bluechipfeeds.com or on 0114 266 6200 (a maximum of one rosette to be won at a RIHS qualifier and one rosette at a HOYS qualifier per horse.

The award will then pass down the line).

THE BLUE CHIP & IDHS (GB) £2,000 CHALLENGE – The qualifier will be the highest placed horse (not already qualified) from classes H150 & H151 that is registered or eligible for registration on the Irish Draught or Irish Draught Sport Horse Register, ie with a minimum of 25% proven Irish Draught breeding.

Horses need not be registered to qualify but must be on the IDHS (GB) registers by the time of the Championship, which will be held at the IDHS (GB) Annual Breed Show (date and venue to be announced).

NB: A horse may only qualify for the Final once, regardless of the type or number of classes won, placed or entered.

Each qualifier will receive a rosette and £10 voucher from Blue Chip.

In the final, the Championship will be awarded £1,000 prize money, a trophy and a Blue Chip rug, the Reserve Champion will be awarded £500 and 3rd to 7th inclusive will be awarded £100 each.

Also the highest placed Pure Bred Irish Draught will receive a trophy and £100, the highest placed 15.2 and under will receive a trophy and £50.

THE IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SOCIETY (GB) will award Special Rosettes to the highest placed Pure or Part Bred Irish Draught exhibit in classes H150 and H151.

All exhibits must be registered or identified with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their (GB) or IDSH Registers, Registration/Identification numbers to be stated on the entry form.

THE JOHN KEEN TROPHY (perpetual) donated by Mr John M Keen to the winner of the Riding Horse Championship THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Mrs C Oliver, Gloucestershire (Ride) Mr A Mickleburgh, Cheshire (Conformation) ENTRY FEES: £30.00 each; NFASS Members £27.00 (The entry fee includes a £10.00 Horse of the Year Show contribution) H150 H151 HOYS RIDING HORSE – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 148cms and not exceeding 158cms HOYS RIDING HORSE – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 158cms RIDING HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP – To be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H150 and H151 Entries Close 2nd June 53 Entries Close 2nd June RIDDEN SHOW HUNTER PONY – THURSDAY REGULATIONS: This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (BSPS No 8/10) and all persons entering, competing, showing or otherwise taking part in BSPS classes, are subject to the Constitution and Rules of the BSPS, including the disciplinary procedures, and shall be deemed to have consented to the Jurisdiction of the BSPS.

Any pony taking part in classes judged under the BSPS Rules will be liable to dope testing.

Owners and riders must be BSPS Members and the pony registered with the BSPS to compete in classes with qualification for the HOYS and Blue Riband.

QUALIFIER and AWARDS: HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW – 6th – 10th October 2010 N.E.C Birmingham.

The first prize winner will qualify to compete at the final.

If already qualified the second will qualify, if the first and second are already qualified then the third will go forward and so forth to fifth place. “THE BLUE RIBAND PONY OF THE YEAR”.

The first and second placed ponies in classes H152 to H155 will qualify to go forward to the “Blue Riband Pony of the Year” final at the BSPS Championships Show in the Champions Hall.

Only ponies owned and ridden by BSPS Members and registered with the BSPS are eligible to enter these qualifying classes.

Registration numbers must be quoted on entry forms BSPS CHAMPIONSHIPS.

The first and second prize winners only in classes H152 to H155 will qualify for the 2010 BSPS Championships.

THE BSPS CLASSIC SECURITY (UK) LTD CHALLENGE.

The highest placed pony in each class that has not qualified for the 2010 Horse of the Year, in classes H152 to H155 will qualify.

If the highest placed pony has already qualified for the BSPS Challenge, the qualification will be awarded to the next eligible pony “DAVID MANNING” CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS.

The champion will qualify for the BSPS “David Manning” Champion of Champions BSPS BLACK COUNTRY SADDLES RIDER OF THE YEAR: The Best Rider in each class will be awarded a Best Rider Card and qualify for the final at the Summer Championships Show THE NEW FOREST AGRICULTURAL SHOW SOCIETY will award a rosette to the best local exhibitor in each class.

Eligible exhibitors to wear a WHITE armband.

JUDGES: Mrs A Grace, Hartfordshire (Performance) Mrs J Higson, Lancashire (Conformation) ENTRY FEES: £30.00 each; NFASS Members £27.00 (Entry fee includes the HOYS contribution of £10.00) PRIZE MONEY: 1st £40; 2nd £30; 3rd £25; 4th £20 and 5th £15 H152 H153 HOYS PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, not exceeding 122cm.

Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before the 1st January in the current year HOYS PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 122cm but not exceeding 133cm.

Riders not to have attained their 14th birthday before the 1st January in the current year HOYS PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 133cm but not exceeding 143cm.

Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in the current year HOYS PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE – Mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 143cm but not exceeding 153cm.

Riders not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1st January in the current year SHOW HUNTER PONY CHAMPIONSHIP – to be judged from the first and second prize winners in classes H152 to H155 H154 H155 Entries Close 2nd June

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