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Please note the classes will not start before stated times, but this does not guarantee a start time and should be noted as a guide only. SUFFOLK HORSES The Suffolk Horse Society is indebted to the Horserace Betting Levy Board for its grant, which enables the Society to give premiums and grants to stallion owners. This show is affiliated to the Suffolk Horse Society (SHS) and classes 1 to 18 are qualifiers for championship points for annually awarded trophies and also for the new Supreme Suffolk Horse Championship.

The horse that qualifies will be eligible for the final competition which will take place at the Suffolk Spectacular to be held in 2013 on Sunday 1st September.

Participants should read byelaw 5a at the back of this schedule. Judge: Mr Ernie Smith Ring 1 0900 Class 1 Yearling: Colt, Filly or Gelding The Beris Litchfield Perpetual Cup (presented by Miss Beris Litchfield) Prizes: 1st £18, 2nd £10, 3rd £7 Class 2 Gelding: 2 or 3 years old The Jackie Ann Challenge Trophy (Presented by Mrs J A Becher) Prizes: 1st £18, 2nd £10, 3rd £7 — Class 8 Best Mare: 4 years old and over, not having a foal at foot. The Peter Harris Perpetual Challenge Cup Prizes: 1st £18, 2nd £10, 3rd £7 SPECIAL 9 CHAMPIONSHIP for the Best Mare or Filly in the Show The Frank Sainsbury Challenge Cup (Presented by the late Mr Frank Sainsbury) Class 10 Stallion: 2 years old Prizes: 1st £18, 2nd £10, 3rd £7 Class 11       Stallion: 3 years old  – The 1937 Champion Stallion Cup presented by the 1937 President, Sir Charles Bunbury bt, won by R H and R Paul with Broxtead Vanguard 3603.  Re-presented by Mrs Tessa Paul in 2009 as the Perpetual Challenge cup.                  Prizes: 1st £18, 2nd £10, 3rd £7 SPECIAL 12 JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP for the Best Stallion in Classes 10 and 11 The Broxtead Challenge Cup (Presented by the late Messrs R H and R Paul) Class 13 Stallion: 4 years and over The Peace Cup (Presented by the Town of Woodbridge) Prizes: 1st £30, 2nd £20, 3rd £10 SPECIAL 14 CHAMPIONSHIP for the Best Stallion in the Show The F Newton Pratt Memorial Challenge Cup (Presented by the late Mr F Newton Pratt) SPECIAL 15 SUPREME CHAMPION SUFFOLK HORSE in the Show The Wilfred J Woods Memorial Challenge Cup Prize: Champion £20, Reserve Champion £10 Class 16 The Rowhedge Rosebowl (Presented by Mrs G Colson) For the best Suffolk Horse bred and exhibited by the owner (a full parade may be required at judge’s discretion) SPECIAL 17 The Tollemache Challenge Cup (Presented by Mr and Mrs M Tollemache) Exhibitors should not have won a first prize at any points qualifying — The Mowson Memorial Cup (Presented by the late Messrs Frederick and William Mowson) Prizes: 1st £20, 2nd £20, 3rd £20, 4th £20 and all other exhibitors forward £20 SPECIAL 26 Best agricultural turnout in Class 24 Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £6, 3rd £4 The BT Exact Perpetual ChallengeTrophy will be awarded. ( Light horse ring) Ring 5 SPECIAL 59 Best Hunter/Sports Horse from classes 55,56,58 bred from a Suffolk stallion or out of a Suffolk mare or with either as a grandparent.

Please enter on a light horse entry form giving name and stud book number of Suffolk sire or Suffolk dam. This class is held in memory of Frank Litchfield.

A Special Rosette will be awarded Cars accompanying competitors in lorries, park in the lorry park at their own risk, at a charge of £10 per car, payable at the gate. UPDATES about weather or entries will be shown on the website the week before and on Show day.

Log in to www.woodbridge-horse-show.org.uk Schedule of Horse Shoeing and Shoe Making Competitions Open to registered farriers and apprentices ENTRY FORMS FROM: Rob Shave AWCF ,Greenacre, Cow Green, Bacton Stowmarket, Suffolk IP14 4AJ JUDGE : To be confirmed Chief Steward: To be confirmed Work to start at 09.30 prompt in the farriers’ area — This show is affiliated to the Equifest Showing Show held at the East of England showground during 14th – 18th August 2013.

The two highest exhibits not already qualified in each affiliated class will qualify. Cars accompanying competitors may park in the lorry park at their own risk, at a charge of £10 per car, payable at the gate. LUSITANO CLASSES Judge: Dr Joan Bishop Ring 1 1300 Class 46 Parade Class.

Open to pure and part bred Lusitanos.

Stallion, mare or Gelding.

To be ridden in correct Portuguese dress.

To be judged on turnout and show. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Judge: Dr Joan Bishop Ring 9 1430 (ring may change according to entries) Class 47 In hand Lusitanos.

Open to pure and part bred Lusitanos registered with the Lusitano Breed Society of Great Britain.

Stallion, mare or gelding.

Any age.

Class may be divided depending on the number of entries. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Class 48 Ridden Lusitanos.

Open to pure and part bred Lusitanos registered with the Lusitano Breed Society of Great Britain.

Stallion, mare or gelding. To be ridden in English dress. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Cars accompanying competitors in lorries, park in the lorry park at their own risk, at a charge of £10 per car, payable at the gate. UPDATES about weather or entries will be shown on the website the week before and on Show day.

Log in to www.woodbridge-horse-show.org.uk RIDING HORSES AND COBS Judges: Mr Peter Gunn Ring 3 1500 Mrs Helen Turner THE 1st 2nd & 3rd IN EACH QUALIFYING CLASS WILL QUALIFY .

No qualification cards will be awarded in the ring, placings will be confirmed by results sent in by the show secretary. — old if not winner. SPECIAL 57 CHAMPIONSHIP for best young Hunter/Sports Horse Class 58 Hunter broodmare type.

Mare, 4 years old and over, with or without foal at foot.

Judged on suitability to produce hunter/competition type stock. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4. SPECIAL 59 Best hunter/sports horse from classes 55,56 or 58 bred from Suffolk stallion or out of a Suffolk mare or with either as a grandparent.

Please enter on light horse entry form giving name and stud book number of Suffolk sire or Suffolk dam. This class is held in memory of Frank Litchfield. UPDATES about weather or entries will be shown on the website the week before and on Show day.

Log in to www.woodbridge-horse-show.org.uk WORKING HUNTER PONIES Affiliated to BSPS 118/13 and P (UK)013SUM6926 Judges: Mrs R Keeling Ring 2 0915 THE 1st 2nd & 3rd IN EACH QUALIFYING CLASS WILL QUALIFY .

No qualification cards will be awarded in the ring, placings will be confirmed by results sent in by the show secretary. Course builder: To be confirmed Class 60 P(UK) Zenith Working Hunter Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8 3rd £6 4th £4 Working Hunter Horse/Pony, Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over.

Rider any age.

These classes are designed to encourage the horse/pony and rider to perform stylishly. The final will be divided into the two following divisions: Minimum height 76cms and maximum height 90cms. M&M – Minimum height 65cms and maximum height 76cms Method of Judging a.

Horses/ponies will enter the ring individually and jump a course of obstacles designed to produce a maximum of 10 jumping efforts.

Course builders are recommended to avoid fences with a related distance. b.

Each jumping effort will be marked out of 10 and 20 for overall impression, at the judge’s discretion. c.

There is no set penalty for a pole down or run out but three refusals will result in elimination. d.

A fall of a horse or rider will result in elimination. e.

There will be no mark awarded for conformation or manners, but a mark will be — 1st and 2nd prizewinners from Classes 61 to 63, and 1st to 4th prizewinners from Class 64 will qualify for the BSPS Championships, providing the pony is registered in accordance with Rule 23 and ridden by a BSPS member. Cars accompanying competitors may park in the lorry park at their own risk, at a charge of £10 per car, payable at the gate. OPEN MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND WORKING HUNTER PONY Judge: Miss Stephanie Turner Ring 2 1400 Open Mountain and Moorland Working Hunter Pony, Stallion, Mare or Gelding, 4 years and over.

Registered in their approved Pure Breed Society Stud Books of Connemara, Dartmoor, Dales, Exmoor, Fell, Highland, New Forest, Shetland or Welsh Section A B C or D.

Rider any age. Class 65 THE BSPS HERITAGE MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND OPEN WHP. Registered Pure Bred Ponies 4 years old or over not exceeding 122cms. Riders any age. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Class 66 THE BSPS HERITAGE MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND OPEN WHP. Registered Pure Bred Ponies 4 years old or over exceeding 122cms.

But not Exceeding 133cms.

Riders any age. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 — Special 80a BEST HORSE/PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE CHAMPIONSHIP The champion will qualify for the BSPS “David Manning” Champion of Champions. The Hennessy Challenge Cup (presented by the late G N Hennessy Esq) for the best Show Hunter Pony. P(UK) RIDDEN COMPETITION/DRESSAGE HORSE/PONY SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES Class 81 Competition Horse.

Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years and over. Exceeding 148cms.

Riders any age.

Please see rule 7 of current year book. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Class 82 Competition Pony.

Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years and over, not exceeding 148 cm. Rider any age. (see rule 7 of current year book) Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Class 83 Mountain and Moorland Competition Horse/Pony Registered/unregistered Native Type.

Stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years and over. Pony exceeding 14hh (143 cm) and not exceeding 15hh (153 cm). Rider any age. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 METHOD OF JUDGING FOR RIDDEN COMPETITION HORSE/PONY CLASSES Horses/Ponies to enter the ring individually and will not be ridden by the Judge.

To be judged according to the P(UK) Performance/Competition Class Rules. Phase 1 Performance and Freestyle Show 60 marks Phase 2 Conformation, Type and Suitability for Dressage 40 marks The individual freestyle show to include the following movements in an arena no larger than 40m x 60m. Halt, walk on a long rein, ordinary trot serpentine (2 or 3 loop serpentine acceptable), extended trot on the diagonal, canter serpentine with change of lead, extended canter on the diagonal.

Not to exceed 2 mins. This show is affiliated to the Equifest Showing Show held at the East of England showground during 14th – 18th August 2013.

The two highest exhibits not already qualified in each affiliated class will qualify. — UPDATES about weather or entries will be shown on the website the week before and on Show day.

Log in to www.woodbridge-horse-show.org.uk MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND Affiliated to Ponies (UK) 013/SUM/6926 Judge: In hand – Mrs J Kilbey Ring 5 0830 Ridden – Mr A H Ablitt Class 140 In hand, stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A & B.

To be registered in their respective pure breed society stud book Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Class 141 In hand, stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over. New Forest, Connemara, Dales, Fells, Highland and Welsh C & D.

To be registered in their respective pure breed society stud book. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Class 142 In hand, colt, filly or gelding, 1, 2 or 3 years old. Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A & B.

To be registered in their respective pure breed society stud book. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Class 143 In hand, colt, filly or gelding, 1, 2 or 3 years old. New Forest, Connemara, Dales, Fells, Highland and Welsh C & D. To be registered in their respective pure breed society stud book. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 SPECIAL 144 CHAMPIONSHIP for the Best In Hand Mountain and Moorland pony. Knodishall Challenge Cup for the Best In Hand Mountain and Moorland Pony (presented by Mrs W P Franklin) 1st, 2nd and 3rd in classes 140 – 143 to qualify for the P(UK)Glyn Greenwood Memorial Mountain and Moorland In Hand Championship. In all classes affiliated to Ponies (UK), stallions and colts may not be ridden or led by juniors who have not attained their 14th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

If sufficient entries, these classes may be split. THE 1st 2nd & 3rd IN EACH QUALIFYING CLASS WILL QUALIFY .

No qualification cards will be awarded in the ring, placings will be confirmed by results sent in by the show secretary. This show is affiliated to the Equifest Showing Show held at the East of England Showground in August 2013.

The two highest placed exhibits in classes 140 – 143 not already qualified will qualify for the Equifest In-Hand Mountain and Moorland Final. Class 145 Ridden, stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, registered in their respective pure breed society stud book of Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland or Welsh A & B.

Rider any age. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 Class 146 Ridden, stallion, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, registered in their respective pure breed society stud book of New Forest, Connemara, Dales, Fells, Highland or Welsh C & D.

Rider any age. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed horses/ponies in each class to qualify for the P(UK) Kingsford Mountain and Moorland Ridden Pony of the Year, 2013. Class 147 Ponies (UK) Lobster Pot M&M leading rein class.

Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 12hh (122 cms) (M&M small breeds and New Forest) registered in their respective pure breed society stud books.

Rider not to have attained 9th birthday before 1st January in the current year To be led by an attendant and shown in a SNAFFLE BRIDLE, the rein to be attached to the noseband only. 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed ponies to qualify for the Ponies (UK) Lobster Pot M&M Leading Rein Championship.

Each entrant to receive a rosette. Prizes: 1st £10, 2nd £8, 3rd £6, 4th £4 SPECIAL 148 CHAMPIONSHIP for the Best Ridden Mountain and Moorland Pony. The Sir Rowland Burke Rose Bowl (Presented by the late Sir Rowland Burke KCVO) Class 149 Ponies (UK) Brineton M and M First Ridden Summer Championship Open to Dartmoor, Exmoor, New Forest, Shetland, Welsh A and B, — The public will be admitted to the showground at rates to be decided annually by the Show Committee.

Car parking is free. 5a All entries for In Hand classes must be registered in or eligible for registration in the Pedigree Section of the UK Suffolk Stud book.

All entries must state their SHS registration number and full pedigree name including prefix or affix.  All foals must be eligible for registration in the Pedigree Section of the UK Suffolk Stud Book.

Both the sire and the dam must be registered and entered in the pedigree section of the UK Suffolk Stud Book. All stallions must be registered in the Pedigree Section of the UK Suffolk Stud book. All entries must state their SHS registration number, stallion licence number and full pedigree name including prefix or affix.  Discretionary entry to a stallion class may be allowed in cases where  a licence is pending but not yet issued.  5b.

No stallion may be exhibited unless wearing full stallion harness.

Every stallion must be safely restrained while he is on the Showground and the decision of the Show Director in the matter of the handling of stallions will be final. 6.

The decision of the judges is final and they will be instructed not to award a prize in classes in which the animals exhibited do not possess sufficient merit.

No second prize will be awarded in any class unless there are three or more exhibitors.

No third prize will be awarded unless there are five exhibitors, and no fourth prize will be awarded unless there are eight exhibitors, except on special recommendation.

If entries do not reach 20 or over, the fifth prize will not be awarded. 7a.

Servants in charge of stock shall be subject to the orders of the Show Director and Stewards of the Show. 7b.

Standing in a turnout vehicle by any person either while the vehicle is stationary or while it is being driven is not permitted on the Showground.

Vehicles must be driven from either a sitting position or from the ground. Any exhibitor shall be liable to forfeit £10 if any animal sent by him shall be labouring under an infectious or contagious disease. In all cases of dispute a protest in writing, accompanied by a deposit of £5, shall be delivered to the Secretary before the close of the Show, otherwise the protest cannot be entertained.

The Secretary shall immediately give notice of the protest to the Director and Chairman of the Show and the Stewards concerned, who shall if possible decide the case before the conclusion of the Show.

Otherwise it will be referred to the Committee.

In either case, the decision shall be final.

The deposit of £5 shall be forfeited to the Society.

When a protest is considered, all parties to the dispute shall be notified. The Society, its Officers or Servants will not be responsible for, or accountable to, any person whatsoever for any damage or loss to the property of any person whatsoever or for any accident or injury, fatal or otherwise, or for any disease, damage or loss that may occur to any person whilst upon the Showground or car parks or whilst entering or leaving the same. The Society, its Officers or Servants shall not in any way be responsible or accountable for any accident, loss or damage that may happen (from any cause or circumstances whatsoever) to exhibitors or their servants or agents, or to any exhibit or any vehicle conveying any exhibit, or any article or thing containing or relating to any exhibit or any other property brought into the Showground or for anything else in connection with or arising out of or attributable to the Society’s Show. Exhibitors or their servants or agents shall be solely responsible for any consequential or other loss, injury or damage done to or occasioned by or arising from any animal or article exhibited by them and shall indemnify the Society against all legal or other proceedings, claims and costs arising therefrom.

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