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23 24 26 26 28 28 21 83 57 59 64 74 77 34 43 42 45 35 38 56 53 70 75 61 54 3 85 87 GENERAL REGULATIONS Note: A line in the margin indicates where a regulation has been added or amended.

ENTRIES Disclaimer of Liability 1.1.

The term Exhibitor shall include persons taking part in any competition, exhibition or display arranged by the Society and the owner of any animal, plant, machinery or other thing involved in any such competition or display or otherwise exhibited on the Showground.

Save for death or personal injury caused by breach of its duty, the Society will not be responsible for death, injury, disease, damage or loss caused to any Exhibitor or to his/her servant or agent or to any animal, article, plant, machinery or thing of whatever nature brought on to the Showground by the said Exhibitor from whatever cause death, injury, disease, damage or loss arises. 1.2.

Save as aforesaid the Exhibitor shall indemnify the Society against all claims, damages and expenses whatsoever in any way arising out of the presence of the Exhibitor, his/her servants, agents, exhibits, vehicles or equipment on the Showground and shall assume full responsibility therefore. 1.3.

Acceptance of the foregoing provisions shall be a condition of entry. 1.4.

Exhibitors are advised to insure against fire and other appropriate risk not only as regards their own property but also against any third party claims.

Responsibility of Exhibitors 2.1.

Exhibitors shall be answerable for all acts, whether committed by themselves, their attendants, or others in charge of their stock, and shall be responsible for the condition of their animals during the whole time they remain in the Showground.

Animals which are known to be wild or fractious by nature must not be brought to the Showground.

In the event of any animal being excluded or removed from the Showground on the orders of the Chief Steward, any refund of fees or deposit shall be at the sole 4 discretion of the Society. 2.2.

Exhibitors and their attendants are responsible for reporting any abnormal behaviour of their animals to the Chief Steward of their Section or to the Official Veterinary Surgeons.

The Stewards shall have authority to exclude from Parades and/or the Showground any animal which in their opinion is wild or fractious to the extent of being a danger to the public, without prejudice to what is provided in these Regulations as to the liability of Exhibitors.

Exhibitors and their attendants or other persons in charge of the Exhibitors’ stock are responsible for the welfare of their animals, both during transit to and from the Show and whilst in the Showground.

The decision of the Society’s Veterinary Surgeons during the Show shall be final on all matters relating to animal welfare. 2.3.

Exhibitors are prohibited from using any electrical equipment or device to restrain their animals whilst in the Showground or on vehicles parked on the Society’s property.

Entries 3.1.

Entries will only be accepted up till the following dates on appropriate forms obtainable from the Society’s Show Department: 7th April 21st April Horses, Cattle, Sheep Horse Shoeing and Shoe Making Goats Harness, Grooming and Decoration Heavy Horse Turnouts Horse and Pony Driving 28th April Dairy Products 30th April Poultry 12th May Honey 12th May Fleece 12th May Sheep Shearing 3rd June Show Jumping 3.2.

No entries will be accepted by the Show Department unless accompanied by the appropriate fees, plus VAT at the standard rate prevailing at date of receipt of entry. 3.3.

Provisional entries will be accepted in respect of animals from flocks or herds which are subject to restrictions under the Animal Health Act 1981, but which are expected to have had the restrictions removed prior to the Show.

In the event of restrictions failing to be removed, entry fees will be refunded provided written notification accompanied by veterinary certification is received by the Show Manager not later than 1st June.

Similarly entry fees will be refunded in respect of animals from a herd upon which restrictions are imposed after the closing date for entries provided written notification accompanied by veterinary certification is received not later than 1st June.

Entry Fees will not be refunded in respect of such withdrawals notified after that date.

Responsibility for Entries 4.

Exhibitors are solely responsible for the accuracy and eligibility of their entries.

The recording of an entry or the admission of the exhibit to the Showground will not relieve the Exhibitor of this responsibility.

The entry fee paid for an animal entered in a class for which it is not eligible is not returnable.

At no time shall an incorrect entry be allowed to move to another class.

Suspended Exhibitors 5.

The Board of Directors reserves the right to refuse, cancel, or prohibit the exhibition of entries from any person, particularly those under suspension by any Agricultural Breed Society or Club or by the British Show Jumping Association or other Horse and Pony Societies.

Limitation of Entries 6.

In the event of more entries being made for Classes in this Prize List than can be accommodated, the Board of Directors reserves the right to require Exhibitors to make a proportional reduction in the number of their entries in which case a refund will be made of the relative fees.

One Class Only 7.

Other than for animals entered in the Light Horse, Heavy Horse Turnout and Driving Sections, 5 or where otherwise specially provided for in this Prize List, no animal may compete in more than one class.

In all cases, no animal may compete in any class except that prescribed for animals of its pedigree and description.

Ownership 8.1.

All Stock exhibited at the Show, except where otherwise stated in the Prize List, must be, at the closing date of entry, the bona fide property of the Exhibitor(s) in whose name it is entered. 8.2.

A stallion hired for the season will be considered to be the property of the person to whom it is hired. 8.3.

An entry or entries may be submitted on behalf of an Exhibitor by an Exhibitor’s Agent.

These entries must be submitted under the name of the owner/s of the animal – in no case can the Agent be described as the joint Exhibitor unless he or she is, bona fide, the joint owner of the exhibit at the closing date for entries.

Payment of Prize Monies/Refund of Deposits 9.

The Society considers that prize monies and/or deposits attach themselves to the exhibit and hence to the Exhibitor, ie the bona fide owner of the exhibit.

All prize monies and/or deposits will be paid in the name of the Exhibitor under which entry is made.

They will not be made payable to a third party, eg an Agent.

Substitution 10.

Between 7th April and 21st April an Exhibitor who has made an entry of Goats, Beef Cattle, Heavy Horses or Light Horses will be permitted to substitute for it an entry of another animal in the same class on payment of a fee of £5 for each substitution.

Such animal must, in terms of Regulation 8, have been the bona fide property of the Exhibitor at the original date of closing of entries.

Withdrawal of Entries 11.

If an entry in the Goat, Beef Cattle, Heavy Horse or Light Horse Section is withdrawn, in writing, not later than 24th April the entry fee (and animal accommodation fee where appropriate) will be refunded, after deduction of a £5 administration fee.

For Sheep see below. Cancellation of Stalls 12.

Where a stall reservation in the Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle or Heavy Horse Classes is cancelled in writing before 13th May the Stall fee will be refunded, after deduction of a £5 administration fee.

In the case of Sheep this is combined with the entry fee and this later cancellation date applies.

Rejecting Entries 13.

The Board of Directors reserves the right to refuse any entries it may think fit to exclude, or to cancel any entry made, or to prohibit the exhibition of any entry, or to cancel any Prize or Prizes awarded to any animal in respect of which a valid protest has been lodged or which is found to have been ineligible to compete.

Animal Health 14.1.

Details of the relevant Animal Health Regulations are contained in this Prize List. 14.2.

Animals suffering from any form of infectious or contagious disease – including ringworm or other form of infectious or contagious skin ailment – must not be brought to the Show. 14.3.

The Stewards have the power to require that any animal showing any such symptoms be examined by the Official Veterinary Surgeons, and, if found to be so infected shall be isolated or excluded from the Showground.

All cattle showing any signs of ringworm shall, at the discretion of the Official Veterinary Surgeons or Chief Steward, be removed from the Showground and the production of a Veterinary Certificate relating to treatment shall not exempt any animal from this ruling. 14.4.

The Chief Steward in consultation with the Official Veterinary Surgeons shall have authority to prohibit the access of persons and animals to certain areas which will be clearly signposted. 14.5.

During judging of a class the decision of the judge with regard to soundness is final. 14.6.

All livestock susceptible to Blue Tongue coming to the Show must comply with current legislation and regulations.

Cancellation The Show 15.1.

If the Show is cancelled by the Society as a result of any circumstances whether within or out-with the Society’s reasonable control, the Society will refund in full all entry fees, stalling or stabling fees, caravan site bookings, hay bale tickets, parking permit costs and any pre-bought extra tickets.

Exhibitors should note that there will be no refund of any Society Membership fees including joining fees and annual or other subscriptions. 15.2.

If any section(s) of the Show is or are cancelled by the Society as a result of any circumstances whether within or outwith the Society’s reasonable control, the Society will (a) in respect of the cancelled section(s) refund the entry fees and stalling or stabling fees, and (b) unless the Exhibitor has also entered for a section which is not cancelled, refund any caravan site bookings, hay bale tickets, parking permit costs and pre-bought extra tickets.

Exhibitors should note that there will be no refund of any Society Membership Fees including joining fees and annual or other subscriptions. Breed Section 15.3.

In the event of the entries in any section of Sheep, Goats and Horses being less in number than an average of five per class or the entries in any section of Cattle being less in number than an average of four per class, and the number of different Exhibitors in the section being less than three, the classes will be cancelled.

Nevertheless, two or more classes may be combined if by so doing the viability of the section is ensured.

In reaching any decision in the cattle sections, the number of stalls booked for the breed in question will also be taken into consideration. 15.4.

If in any year a Breed has failed to meet the conditions contained in 15.3 and the section has in consequence been cancelled, classes will be offered for the subsequent year.

However, if numbers in that subsequent year do not meet the criteria the Board of Directors will not consider an application for the provision of classes until after two succeeding Shows. — SPONSORS EQUISSAGE, HORLEY, SURREY have kindly sponsored this section RESTRICTION ON ENTRIES: Horses may compete in this section or in the Hunter Sections, but not in both.

Horses must be registered with a recognised Sports Horse Society.

Registration number to be put on entry form.

Horses will be judged individually on a triangle and finally paraded together as a class.

To be judged on conformation, movement and suitability for Sport.

Handlers to wear white.

Entry Fees: See page 33 for details.

To be judged at 12.45pm on Thursday 23rd June Judge: Mrs Pat Pohl, South Africa 468 BROOD MARE with Foal at Foot 469 FOALS shown with their Dam in the Brood Mare class 470 YEARLING COLT, FILLY OR GELDING to mature at 15hh or over 471 TWO OR THREE YEAR OLD FILLY OR GELDING to mature at 15hh or over.

Depending on entries this class may be split at the discretion of the Chief Steward.

SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland Embroidered Show Rug, presented by The Scottish Sports Horse Association.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Leather Headcollar, presented by The Scottish Sport Horse Association 472 POTENTIAL SPORT HORSE UNDER SADDLE – Four or five year old This will be judged after the In Hand Championship All entries in this class must be registered with a recognised Sports Horse Society.

Photocopies of registration documents/passports must be submitted attached to the entry form.

Depending on entries, the class may be split into two ages, at the discretion of the Chief Steward To be judged in two phases.

Riders may exhibit more than 1 horse.

Snaffle bridles only.

Boots will be allowed in Phase 1 – no long boots on hind limbs.

No rider may carry, use or permit to be used a whip greater in length than 75cms or less than 45cms in length nor one which is weighted or with a hard point at the end.

Spurs may be won, but not of excessively severe design.

Running martingales only permissible in Phase 1. 43 Phase 1 3 Minutes will be provided for each horse to individually demonstrate a show of paces on each rein and jump 2 set fences in both directions.

Jump heights: 4yo 85cms, 5yo 95cms.

A whistle will indicated start and finish of show time allowed.

Scored as: Temperament and Rideability 10 marks Technique and Scope 10 marks Presence and Movement 10 marks Phase 2 To be judged in hand The entire class will enter the ring in hand, at walk, the rider of each horse will present his/her horse to the judge for conformation/movement marks, a groom may attend to another exhibiting animal at this phase.

Scored as Conformation and Movement 20 marks Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: The Scottish Sports Horse Association have donated Rosettes for the winners of each of the classes.

The Horse of the Year Show Cuddy Breeders Challenge Supreme In-Hand Championship.

See page 34 for details.

The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show.

The two highest placed Welsh Part Bred, over 14.2 will qualify for The National Supreme WP-BR In-Hand Championship, sponsored by Brightwells.

Scottish Sports Horse Mare and Youngstock Championships This Show is a qualifying round for the Scottish Sports Horse Mare & Youngstock Championships to be held at Blair Castle International Horse Trials and Country Fair on Thursday 18th August 2011.

These classes are aimed at identifying potential competition horses suitable for any or all three Olympic disciplines: dressage, show jumping or eventing.

The two highest placed animals in each class will receive a qualifying rosette and card signed by the judge in the ring, qualification can be passed down the line but no lower than 4th place.

The Scottish Sports Horse will also award a special rosette to the highest placed Brood Mare, Foal, Yearling, 2yr and 3yr old passported with the SSH in each class.

Horses need not be passported or over-stamped nor handlers members of the SSH in order to enter the qualifying classes, however qualifying exhibitors MUST be fully paid up members and horses MUST be registered or over-stamped with SSH prior to the closing date of the Championship Show. 44 HIGHLAND PONIES UNDER SADDLE Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg.104.

Note: Headgear, see Reg.103.

Exhibitors should note the scheduled time of commencement of judging of their section, as shown below, and ensure that their animals are on the Showground in good time for judging.

Animals may leave after the afternoon Parade in which all 1st-3rd Prize-winners will be required to take part – see Reg. 105.

This Show is affiliated to the Highland Pony Society.

Only registered ponies are eligible for entry.

Riders in these Classes should be suitably dressed.

Ponies in the 4,5 or 6 year old class will not be ridden by the Judge, except in the section Championship.

In both 7 year old or over classes, the Judge will be allowed to ride any of the Exhibits at their discretion.

Exhibitors will be required to provide leathers and irons large enough to fit an adult foot.

The judge will have sole discretion in deciding how many ponies he/she will ride.

Ponies may be measured prior to the judging of their respective Classes.

Ponies measured out will be eligible for the next height Class, where such is provided.

ENTRY FEES: See page 33 for details To be judged commencing at 7.45 a.m.

On Friday 24th June Judge: Mr J P G Cameron, Forfar 473 HIGHLAND PONY 4, 5 or 6 year old 132-148 cm 474 HIGHLAND PONY, 7 years old or over under 143cm (14 hh) 475 HIGHLAND PONY, 7 years old or over 143cm (14 hh) to 148cm (14.2hh) SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

Highland Pony Society Silver Medal & Champion Rosette.

The Highland Pony News Perpetual Bronze Challenge Trophy presented by The Highland Pony News.

Sir Henry and Lady Fairfax-Lucy Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by the late Colonel Sir Henry R.

Fairfax-Lucy, Bt., C.B., and the late Lady Fairfax-Lucy, Maxton, St Boswells.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Further competitions/qualifiers: NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation Page for further details The Torne Valley M&M Ridden Championship See North of England Shows page at end of schedule for full details. 45 ST JOHN’S WELLS TROPHY For the best two In-Hand Ponies, entered in the Competitive Classes (not necessarily owned by one Exhibitor), by the same sire, and drawn from the following breeds: Highland, Shetland, Eriskay, Fell, Dales, New Forest, Connemara, all four Welsh Sections, Dartmoor or Exmoor.

The trophy to become the property of an Exhibitor who shall win it, or be part-winner of it, four times, not necessarily in succession.

Originally Presented by Messrs H.P.

Sleigh & Son, St John’s Wells, Fyvie, the Trophy was won outright in 2008 by Dougal Dick of the Transy Shetland Stud who very kindly re-presented it, agreeing to retain the original name.

Champion, Reserve Champion, Second Reserve Champion and Third Reserve Champion Rosettes To be judged at approx. 12.00p.m.

On Friday 24th June in the Main Ring Judge: Miss Elizabeth Rennie, Drymen 46 WELSH MOUNTAIN PONIES (Section A) (All to be shown In-Hand) Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg.104.

Exhibitors should note the scheduled time of commencement of their section, as shown below, and ensure that their animals are on the Showground in good time for judging.

Exhibitors may leave after the afternoon Parade in which all 1st-3rd Prize-winners will be required to take part – see Reg. 105.

This Show is affiliated to the Welsh Pony & Cob Society.

All animals must be registered with the Welsh Pony and Cob Society.

ENTRY FEES: See page 33 (No Entry Fee payable for foal class) To be judged commencing at 7.45 a.m.

On Friday 24th June Judge: Mr Sandy Anderson, (Thistledown), Loughborough 476 BROOD MARE, 4 year old or over with own foal at foot, or due to foal before 31st July in the current year 477 FOALS the progeny of a mare shown in the brood mare class, and eligible for registration in Section A. 478 BARREN MARE OR GELDING, 4 year old or over 479 Yearling COLT, FILLY or GELDING 480 2 year old and over STALLION or COLT 481 2 or 3 year old FILLY or GELDING SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, sponsored by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

Islabank Perpetual Silver Challenge Salver, presented by the late Mr W.R.

Colville, Islabank, Coupar Angus.

Welsh Pony and Cob Society Rosette.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: Welsh Pony and Cob Society Bronze Medals The Champion or Reserve Champion in this Section will be eligible for a WPCS Bronze Medal (in accordance with WPCS rules).

The Welsh Pony and Cob Society Sire Rating Scheme The Show has been listed as a Sire Rating Show and in the Welsh Mountain Ponies (Section A) and Welsh Ponies (Section B) sections, the sires of winning progeny will be awarded points for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

Further details are available from the Welsh Pony and Cob Society, 6 Chalybeate Street, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 1HS.

Tel. 01970 617501.

The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show The Champion and Reserve, or 2nd Reserve, Section A will qualify for the National Supreme In-Hand Section A Championship.

Kindly sponsored by Brightwells.

See Page at end of Schedule for Details The Horse of the Year Show Cuddy Breeders Challenge Supreme In-Hand Championship See page 34 for full details.

The St Johns Wells Trophy See page 46 for full details.

Overall Mountain and Moorland In Hand Championship See page 54 for full details.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details 47 — 49 WELSH COBS (Section D) (All to be Shown In-Hand) Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg. 104 Exhibitors should note the scheduled time of commencement of their section, as shown below, and ensure that their animals are on the Showground in good time for judging.

Exhibitors may leave after the afternoon Parade in which all 1st-3rd Prize-winners will be required to take part – see Reg. 105.

This Show is affiliated to the Welsh Pony and Cob Society.

All animals must be registered with the Welsh Pony and Cob Society.

Mares nursing foals at foot must have their foals with them in the ring.

The foals will not be shown for judging.

ENTRY FEES: See page 33 To be judged immediately after the completion of the Welsh Pony (Cob Type, Section C) judging, on Friday 24th June, at approximately 9am Judge: Mr Simon Bigley, (Llanarth), Hereford 492 493 494 495 STALLION OR GELDING, 4 year old or over 2 or 3 year old COLT, FILLY OR GELDING Yearling COLT, FILLY OR GELDING MARE, 4 year old or over SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Scottish Welsh Pony & Cob Assocition Free Spirit Quaich.

Special Prize of £50, presented by The Rushfield Stud, Nether Stenries, Carrutherstown, Dumfries.

Welsh Pony and Cob Society Rosette.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Special Prize of £25, presented by The Rushfield Stud, Nether Stenries, Carrutherstown, Dumfries.

Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: Welsh Pony and Cob Society Bronze Medals The Champion or Reserve Champion in this Section will be eligible for a WPCS Bronze Medal (in accordance with WPCS rules).

The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show The Champion and Reserve, or 2nd Reserve, Section D will qualify for the National Supreme In-Hand Section D Championship.

See Page at end of Schedule for Details The Horse of the Year Show Cuddy Breeders Challenge Supreme In-Hand Championship See page 34 for full details.

The St Johns Wells Trophy See page 46 for details.

Overall Mountain and Moorland In Hand Championship See page 54 for details.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details 50 NATIONAL PONY SOCIETY GUIDELINES The Royal Highland Show is affiliated to the National Pony Society and we set out appropriate guidelines within this Prize List.

You should also refer to the website on www.nationalponysociety.org.uk for the complete set of rules and regulations relative to each section and for membership requirements.

NPS Silver Medal Rosette Championship Conditions To be judged under the Rules of the NPS.

NPS Silver Medal Rosettes are only awarded when the Owner of the champion pony is a Member of the NPS.

A valid membership card must be in the Rider’s/Handler’s possession on entering the ring and be produced immediately on request by either the judge or the steward.

If the owner of the Champion pony is not a Member, or the Owner’s membership card is not immediately produced, the rosette may be awarded to the Reserve Champion provided they have the required membership card.

If the Champion pony has previously qualified it is still entitled to the Silver Medal Rosette but the Qualification Card goes to the Reserve Champion Pony, provided the Owner of that pony is a Member of the NPS.

The Silver Medal Rosette and the Qualification Card can only be awarded no lower than first Reserve.

Foals are not eligible for Silver Medal championships.

Qualifiers are entitled to compete in the final of the Silver Medal Championship to be held at the NPS Summer Championship Show 3rd – 5th August 2011.

NPS Mountain and Moorland Qualifying Rounds These classes are judged under the Rules of the NPS.

Ponies must be registered in the main body of their respective Mountain and Moorland Stud Books.

Part breds are not eligible.

Qualifying rounds for most NPS competitions are open to ponies owned by NPS Members and Non Members but only ponies owned by adult NPS members are eligible to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Championship Show at Malvern from 3rd – 5th August 2011 The highest placed pony owned by an NPS member in each class will qualify for the Final.

Where this pony has already qualified, the pony standing next in line which is owned by an NPS member and has not already qualified receives the qualification.

Qualification may go no lower than third place.

Judges and/or stewards will check membership cards prior to presenting the qualifying rosettes and cards.

NPS Adult/Standard members will be required to upgrade to Full membership to enter the Final.

NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship – Riders of Home Produced ponies (see definition in the NPS Rules Book) can wear a white arm band in classes where this is indicated.

These ponies, if owned by NPS Members, are then eligible to qualify for the final at the NPS Summer Championship Show.

NPS Show Pony and Show Hunter Pony Qualifying Rounds These classes are judged under the Rules of NPS.

Ponies must be registered in the NPS British Riding Pony Stud Book, Register or Appendix, the GSB, the AHSB, the AASB or in the main body of their respective Mountain & Moorland Stud Books.

Part-Breds are not eligible unless entered in the NPS British Riding Pony Stud Book, Register or Appendix.

Ponies must be plaited.

Qualifying rounds are open to both NPS Members and Non Members but only ponies owned by adult NPS Members are eligible to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Championship Show at Malvern from 3rd – 5th August 2011 51 The highest placed pony owned by an NPS member in each class will qualify for the final.

Where this pony has already qualified, the pony standing next in line which is owned by an NPS member and has not already qualified, receives the qualification.

Qualification may go no lower than 3rd place.

Judges and/or Stewards will check membership cards prior to presenting the qualifying rosettes.

NPS Standard members will be required to upgrade to enter the Final.

NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship – Riders of Home Produced ponies (see definition in the NPS Rules Book) can wear a white arm band in classes where this is indicated.

These ponies, if owned by NPS Members, are then eligible to qualify for the final at the NPS Summer Championship Show.

NPS Scotland Championship Final Qualifiers 2011 To be held at Blair Castle International Horse Trials on Friday August 2011 We are holding qualifiers for the following Championships: NPS Scotland/Baileys Horse Feeds Open Ridden M & M The 2 highest placed ponies, not already qualified, in each class will qualify for the final.

Qualifications to go no lower than 6th place NPS Scotland/Kingfisher Building Products M & M Open WHP The 3 highest placed ponies, not already qualified, in each class will qualify for the final.

Qualifications to go no lower than 6th place NPS Scotland/Clarendon Planning and Development M & M In-Hand Qualification may go to 3rd in the championship (ie 1st Reserve) NPS Scotland Open In-Hand Riding Pony/Hunter Pony The 2 highest placed ponies, not already qualified, in each class (foal classes excluded) will qualify for the final.

Qualifications to go no lower than 6th place NPS Scotland M & M Lead Rein & First Ridden The 2 highest placed ponies, not already qualified, in each class will qualify for the final.

Qualifications to go no lower than 8th place Rules Ponies may only qualify once for each final.

All M & M ponies must be registered in the main body of their respective stud book.

Part bred and x registered ponies and Eriskays are not eligible.

Entry for the Finals can only be made by sending the offical card, duly signed by the Judge at the time of qualifying, with your entry form.

The OWNER must be or become a member of NPS Scotland before entering the finals. 52 MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND PONIES IN-HAND Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg. 104.

Exhibitors should note the scheduled time of commencement of their section, as shown below, and ensure that their animals are on the Showground in good time for judging.

Exhibitors may leave after the afternoon Parade in which all 1st-3rd Prize-winners will be required to take part – see Reg. 105.

This Show is affiliated to the National Pony Society – See that page for full details.

Members of individual Breed Societies must make themselves aware of, and abide by, N.P.S.

Rules when competing in affiliated classes.

Mares nursing foals at foot must have their foals with them in the ring.

The foals will not be shown for judging.

Restricted to Ponies entered in their respective Breed Societies’ Stud Books (Foundation stock not eligible).

ENTRY FEES: See page 33 To be judged commencing 7.45 a.m.

On Friday 24th June Judge: Mrs Fiona Cameron, Melrose 496 FELL, DALES, NEW FOREST or CONNEMARA mare or gelding, 4 year old or over 497 DARTMOOR or EXMOOR mare or gelding, 4 year old or over 498 FELL, DALES, NEW FOREST or CONNEMARA PONY, 2 or 3 year old 499 DARTMOOR or EXMOOR PONY, 2 or 3 year old 500 FELL, DALES, NEW FOREST or CONNEMARA PONY, Yearling 501 DARTMOOR or EXMOOR PONY, Yearling 502 FELL, DALES, NEW FOREST, CONNEMARA, DARTMOOR or EXMOOR PONY Stallion, 4 years old or over SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: The Horse of the Year Show Cuddy Breeders Challenge Supreme In-Hand Championship See page 34 for full details.

The St Johns Wells Trophy See page 46 for details.

Overall Mountain and Moorland In Hand Championship See page 54 for details.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details 53 OVERALL MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND CHAMPIONSHIP THE WAXWING TROPHY The Champions from following sections are to come forward for this Championship: HIGHLAND PONY, SHETLAND PONY, MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND IN HAND, ERISKAY, WELSH SECTION A, WELSH SECTION B, WELSH SECTION C, WELSH SECTION D The Winner will receive the Waxwing Trophy, a Perpetual Challenge Trophy donated in 2009 by Tom Best and David Blair of the Waxwing Stud, Saline, Fife.

To be judged in the Main Ring at 1.00pm on Friday 24th June Judge: Mrs Gillian McMurray, Lockerbie RIDING PONY BREEDING Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg.104.

Exhibitors should note the scheduled time of commencement of their section, as shown below, and ensure that their animals are on the Showground in good time for judging.

Exhibitors may leave after the afternoon Parade in which all 1st-3rd Prize-winners will be required to take part – see Reg. 105.

This Show is affiliated to the National Pony Society – See NPS page for full details.

Members of individual Breed Societies must make themselves aware of, and abide by, N.P.S.

Rules when competing in affiliated classes.

Ponies in Classes 503-510 (except foals) will be measured prior to the judging of their respective classes.

Ponies measured out will be eligible for the next height class, where such is provided.

ENTRY FEES: See page 33 (No Entry Fees payable for foal classes) To be judged commencing at 8am on Friday 24th June Judge: Miss S Coulter, Whittonshall 503 BROOD MARE, not exceeding 148cm (14.2.hh) with foal at foot, or due to foal before 31st July in current year 504 FOALS shown with their dams entered in the brood mare class 505 2 or 3 year old FILLY or GELDING, to make a Riding Pony, not to exceed 128cm (12.2.hh) at maturity ie 2 year old not exceeding 126cm or 3 year old not exceeding 127cm, on day of judging 506 2 or 3 year old FILLY or GELDING, to make a Riding Pony, to exceed 128cm (12.2.hh) but not to exceed 138cm (13.2.hh) at maturity ie 2 year old not exceeding 136cm or 3 year old not exceeding 137cm, on day of judging 507 2 or 3 year old FILLY or GELDING, to make a Riding Pony, to exceed 138cm (13.2.hh) but not to exceed 148cm (14.2.hh) at maturity ie 2 year old not exceeding 146cm or 3 year old not exceeding 147cm, on day of judging 508 Yearling COLT, FILLY or GELDING, not to exceed 128cm (12.2.hh) at maturity and not exceeding 123cm on day of judging 54 509 Yearling COLT, FILLY or GELDING, to exceed 128cm (12.2.hh) but not to exceed 138cm (13.2.hh) at maturity and not exceeding 133cm on day of judging 510 Yearling COLT, FILLY or GELDING, to exceed 138cm (13.2.hh) but not to exceed 148cm (14.2.hh) at maturity and not exceeding 143cm on day of judging SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

National Pony Society, Scottish Committee, Perpetual Challenge Trophy.

Presented by NPS (Scottish Committee).

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette SP3 Best Brood Mare Lennel Trophy.

Presented by the late Mrs C.

Sitwell, Lennel Stud, Coldstream National Pony Society (Scottish Committee) Perpetual Challenge Silver Fruit Dish for best Brood Mare or Foal.

SP4 Best Welsh Part-Bred Pony Rosette for the highest placed registered Welsh Part-Bred Pony, presented by the Welsh Pony & Cob Society.

SP5 Best NPS Registered Pony The National Pony Society/Laybalands Stud Show Pony In Hand Silver Medal Rosette Championship See below for details — 75 SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Kilmannan Black Bramble Memorial Trophy.

Presented by W.R.

Ireland, Kilmannan Stud, Blanefield, Glasgow.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette SP3 Best Pony Exhibited by a NPS Member N.P.S.

Silver Medal Rosette NPS M & M Ridden Silver Medal Rosette Championships A Silver Medal rosette is offered by the National Pony Society for the best registered pony owned by a NPS member in the M & M Ridden Section.

See NPS Affiliation page for fuller details SP4 Best Small Ridden Pony Lady Fairfax-Lucy Perpetual Challenge Trophy for best pony from the following breeds: Welsh Pony (Section A or B), Shetland, Exmoor or Dartmoor.

Presented by the late Lady Fairfax-Lucy, Fair Rule, Hawick.

SP5 Best Registered Welsh Pony Welsh Pony & Cob Society Rosette Split Classes Where there are more than 20 entries forward in a class, the judges may split the class into sections according to circumstances on the day.

Each section must be marked and the top five ponies with the highest marks should go forward to a final judging.

The marks are not to be displayed at this point and no rosettes awarded.

For the final judging, the top ponies should be invited back into the ring and lined up in any order.

No further show will be given.

The judges should then refer to their original marks.

In the case of equality the pony with the highest show, freedom and action mark will be deemed the winner.

If there still be equality at this point, then the judges decision will be final.

The highest placed animal (not already qualified) from the first three in the final judging will qualify for the Horse of the Year Show 2011.

Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show Office.

Grandstand Media Ltd wish to express their thanks to NPS and Baileys Horse Feeds for generously sponsoring this competition.

Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show The two highest placed Section A, B C and D ponies will qualify for the National Supreme Ridden Championships.

In the event of either having previously qualified it can be awarded to the next eligible pony.

This is kindly sponsored by Mrs C Fell of the Brynseion Stud.

See page X for full details.

Torne Valley Supreme Ridden Mountain & Moorland Championship See North of England Shows Page at end of schedule for further details.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details 76 COLOURED HORSES AND PONIES Open to Coloured (tobiano and overo) Horses/Ponies only Notes: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg. 104 Headgear, see Reg. 103 This Show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK).

Both owner and the rider and/or exhibitor need not be a member of CHAPS (UK) nor must the horse/pony be registered with CHAPS (UK) to compete (excluding HOYS qualifying classes, see below).

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 2nd 3rd, & 4th September 2011.

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

Ponies (UK) Summer Championships will be held on 10th – 13th August 2011.

The Coloured Horses and Ponies In Hand and Ridden classes are CHAPS (UK) Qualifiers.

For full rulings on competition/qualification please refer to the Members Handbook or visit www.chapsuk.com for rulings.

All stallions entering these classes must be graded or valid First Stage Approved with CHAPS (UK).

First stage approved stallions are NOT permitted to enter HOYS qualifiers.

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW QUALIFIERS (see CHAPS Handbook) CHAPS (UK) Qualifying classes enable eligible exhibits to enter the relevant classes at the CHAPS (UK) Championship Show in the year relevant to the qualification.

Separate Finals will be held at the Championship Show for Yearlings, Two Year Olds, Three Year Olds and for Natives and Non-Natives (Ridden and In Hand) together with Ridden Finals for Lead Rein and First Ridden.

Membership/Registration details can be received by sending an S.A.E.

To CHAPS (UK) Admin., 1 McLaren Cottages, Abertysswg, Rhymney, Tredegar, NP22 5BH Horse of the Year Show Qualifying Classes The appropriately titled classes are qualifying classes for the 2011 Horse of the Year Show, NEC Birmingham, which runs from 5th – 9th October.

These classes are only open to CHAPS UK Members and CHAPS (UK) Registered Horses/Ponies who hold a current HOYS Competition Number (this can be obtained from CHAPS (UK) Admin).

All Stallions must be graded with CHAPS (UK).

ID cards to be carried in the ring.

Lead Reins not eligible for these classes.

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

Entries sent without a current HOYS Competition Number will be returned by the show as ineligible to compete.

Only one exhibit may qualify per class.

If the 1st placed animal has already qualified, the qualifier may pass down to highest placed exhibit standing to 5th place only, who has not already qualified.

No Spurs when ridden by a junior rider, or by any rider in the pony sections (non-native not exc 153cms, Native, Cob, Traditional not exc 148cms).

All ages taken as at 1st January in the current year.

All exhibits will require a height certificate to compete in the height restricted qualifying classes and to obtain a HOYS Competition number (a photocopy should be sent to CHAPS Admin, 1 McLaren Cottages, Abertysswg, Rhymney, Tredegar NP22 5BH, before a HOYS competition number will be allocated).

Horses/ponies are to be produced at HOYS in the same type category in which they qualified.

Failure to comply with ANY of the Qualifying Rules will result in the forfeit of the qualifying place.

The “pull-in” or “no pull-in” system is at the discretion of the judges on the day.

The judges must make this decision prior to the commencement of the first class and stewards to be instructed accordingly.

If no pull is used, competitors will be asked to line up in any order from the initial presentation. 77 ENTRY FEES: See page 33 Entry Fees for HOYS Classes include a mandatory £10.50 HOYS contribution Judging Times: Ridden Section: commencing 7.30 a.m.

On Sunday 27th June in Rings 3 & 4 of the Main Ring.

In Hand Section to be judged commencing 10 a.m.

On Sunday 26th June in the Thistle Ring Those entering both sections may have to choose which class in which to compete as no class will be held up waiting for horses or ponies transferring from one section to the other.

Judges: In Hand Section: Mr J Reid, Co Down Ridden Section: Ride: Mr D Bartram, Nantwich Conformation: Mr C Lawton, Nantwich RIDDEN SECTION SPONSORS INTERVET SCHERING PLOUGH have kindly sponsored this section ENTRY FEES: See page X Entry Fees for HOYS Classes include a mandatory £10.50 HOYS contribution Ridden Section: commencing 7.30 a.m.

On Sunday 27th June.

Those entering both sections may have to choose which class in which to compete as no class will be held up waiting for horses or ponies transferring from one section to the other.

Ride: Mr D Bartram, Nantwich Conformation: Mr C A Lawton, Nantwich 562 HOYS Non-Native Ridden Pony Qualifier, 153 cm /15.0.hh and under, 4 year old or over (to be shown plaited and trimmed) 563 HOYS Non-Native Ridden Horse Qualifier exceeding 153 cms/15.0.hh, 4 year old or over (to be shown plaited and trimmed) 564 HOYS Native/Traditional /Cob Ridden Pony Qualifier, 148 cms/14.2hh and under, 4 year old or over (to be shown in natural state, iefull mane, tail & feather, or hogged and trimmed as appropriate) 565 HOYS Native/Traditional/ Cob Ridden Horse Qualifier exceeding 148 cms/ 14.2hh, 4 year old or over (to be shown in natural state, ie full mane, tail & feather, or hogged and trimmed as appropriate) SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette SP3 Best Scottish CHAPS Member Special Rosette for the highest placed, Scottish, CHAPS Member, presented by CHAPS Scotland.

Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: The Wood Family Supreme Ridden Coloured Championship The Ridden Coloured Champion and Reserve Champion will qualify (only the Champion and Reserve will qualify) See North of England Shows Page at end of Schedule for further details 78 IN HAND SECTION — Prize Money (exclusing Single (Ladies/Stallion Cart) Class): 1st; £200 2nd; £150 3rd; £125 4th; £100 5th; £75 6th and any subsequent £50 Singles (Ladies/Stallion Cart) Class: 1st £100; 2nd £50; 3rd £25; 4th £15; ENTRY FEES – Including VAT Total Members £13.85 Non-Members £18.65 See also Regulation 110.

To be judged in the Main Ring: Class 1 – at 6.30 p.m.

On Thursday 23rd June Class 2 at 6.00 p.m.

On Thursday 23rd June Class 3 at 4.45 p.m.

On Friday 24th June Class 4 at 6.25 p.m.

On Friday 24th June Class 5 at 12.45 p.m.

On Saturday 25th June Class 6 at 12.45pm on Saturday 25th June Class 7 at 5.00 p.m.

On Saturday 25th June Class 8 at 12.15 p.m.

On Sunday 26th June The Championship will be judged on Sunday 26th June, following Class 8 Judge: Mr Bob Robertson, Ontario 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 SINGLE HORSE, in twin axle Farm Wagon or Commercial Vehicle SINGLE HORSE, in single axle Farm Cart or Farm Wagon TEAMS OF FOUR HORSES, in twin axle Farm Wagon or Commercial Vehicle UNICORN FORMATION OF THREE HORSES, in a twin axle Farm Wagon or Commercial Vehicle TANDEM HORSES, in twin axle Farm Wagon or Commercial Vehicle SINGLE HORSE, driven to a Ladies Cart or Stallion Cart This class has been kindly sponsored by Strathorn Clydesdales.

PAIRS OF HORSES, (Excluding tandems) in twin axle Farm Wagon or Commercial Vehicle TEAMS OF SIX HORSES, in twin axle Farm Wagon or Commercial Vehicle 5th £10 SP1 Champion Rosette The James Buchanan & Company Limited Perpetual Challenge Salver.

Presented by James Buchanan & Company Limited, Stepps, Glasgow.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette SP3 Best Pairs The McFadyen Perpetual Challenge Trophy.

Presented by the family of the late Mr Archibald McFadyen, Campbeltown, to the Clydesdale Horse Society of Great Britain & Ireland to be competed for annually at The Show.

SP4 Best Sixes The James Clark Aristocrat Perpetual Trophy for the winner of the Sixes Class.

Presented by James Clark, Thorntonhall, Glasgow. 85 DRIVING REGULATIONS Entries Close 21st April The Society’s General Regulations 1-46 apply, except as amended and supplemented below.

Note: A line in the margin indicates where a regulation has been added or amended.

Eligibility 116.

Stallions, Mares or Geldings entered in the Ordinary Classes are eligible for entry in the classes.

Nomination of Horse(s)/Driver(s) 117.

Only horses nominated at time of entry may compete in these classes but exhibitors may nominate two horses for each single entry and three horses for each pairs entry.

Exhibitors must declare to the Steward the name(s) of the horse(s) forward and the name of driver one hour prior to entry into the Judging Ring.

Protests – Driving 118.

Protests relating to the Driving Classes must be lodged in writing by 8.00 p.m.

On the day on which the class is judged.

Such protests must be accompanied by a deposit of £20, which will be refunded if the protest is upheld.

ENTRY FEES (VAT – inc) Members £24.65 Non-Members £31.25 These classes are Horse of the Year Show qualifying classes and the entry fee includes a mandatory £10.50 Horse of the Year Show contribution Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards The Horse of the Year Show Harness Champion of the Year These classes are qualifying classes for the Horse & Pony of the Year Championship to be held at the 2011 Horse of the Year Show, NEC Birmingham which runs from 5th – 9th October.

The Champion exhibit from these classes will qualify or, if the best exhibit has already qualified, then the reserve exhibit will qualify.

In the event that both these have already qualified then the qualifier will go to the next highest placed exhibit from these classes who has not qualified..

Only members of the British Driving Society will qualify.

The combination of horses/ponies, vehicle and driver that qualify must be the same at the Horse of the Year Show Championship.

For full rulings please refer to the BDS Yearbook.

The Osborne Refrigerators BDS Championships 2011 The classes noted below are qualifiers for the 2011 Osborne Refrigerators BDS Championships.

The highest placed turnout owned and driven by a member of the British Driving Society and eligible for the undernoted Type Sections disregarding those already qualified down to 6th place in the class will qualify for the 2011 semi finals.

The Championship will immediately follow the semi finals.

Class 1 – Type i: Pairs and Tandems – Open.

Any Height Classes 3 & 4 – Type a: Single Hackney Type Class 6 – Type m: Single Turnout driven to a four-wheel exercise vehicle 86 PRIVATE DRIVING SPONSORS CO-OPERATIVE FUNERAL CARE have kindly sponsored this section This Show is affiliated to the British Driving Society All Exhibitors must be members of the British Driving Society – Telephone: 01473 892001 www.britishdrivingsociety.co.uk.

Prizes: 1st, £42; 2nd, £34; 3rd, £25; 4th, £17 To be judged at 2.45pm Saturday 25th June.

Note that the class judging will take place in Ring 6, with the Championship to be decided in the Main Ring, circa 6.00pm.

Judge: Mr Robert Robertson, Ayrshire 1 PRIVATE DRIVING, (OTHER THAN SINGLE HARNESS,) CLASS, Horses or ponies, 4 years old or over in any type of harness other than single harness, to be shown in suitable vehicles (Show wagons and Commercial vehicles excluded).

Excessive speed is not required and the suitability of exhibits for private driving purposes will be specially considered.

PRIVATE DRIVING SINGLES CLASS, Ponies/Horses over 13.2hh (other than registered Highlands), 4 years old or over in single harness, to be shown in suitable vehicles (Show wagons and Commercial vehicles excluded).

Excessive speed is not required and the suitability of exhibits for private driving purposes will be specially considered PRIVATE DRIVING SINGLES CLASS, Ponies up to and including 13.2hh (other than registered Shetlands and Highlands), 4 years old or over in single harness, to be shown in suitable vehicles (Show wagons and Commercial vehicles excluded).

Excessive speed is not required and the suitability of exhibits for private driving purposes will be specially considered SHETLAND PONY IN HARNESS Stallion, mare or gelding (registered in the Shetland Pony Stud Book), 4 years old or over.

Singles, Pairs or Tandems to be shown in suitable vehicles (Show wagons and Commercial Vehicles excluded).

Judged on overall presentation and style of turnout, suitability and performance.

HIGHLAND PONY IN HARNESS (Registered in the Highland Pony Stud Book or Appendix), 4 years old or over in single, pair or tandem harness, to be shown in suitable vehicles (Show wagons and Commercial vehicles excluded).

Excessive speed is not required and the suitability of exhibits for private driving purposes will be specially considered.

TWO OR FOUR WHEEL EXERCISE VEHICLE CLASS, Open to horses or ponies, singles or pairs.

An exercise vehicle is a carriage not of traditional type design and includes those with pneumatic tyres specifically designed for carriages (ie not car tyres).

Lamps need not be carried.

Judging will include general cleanliness, safety of turnout, correct fitting or harness and vehicle suitability DONKEY AND MULE OPEN CLASS Open to donkeys and mules to be shown in traditional and non-traditional vehicles.

To be judged on general cleanliness, safety of turnout, correct fitting of harness, vehicle suitability and behaviour of animals. 2

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