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CLYDESDALE FEMALES This Show is affiliated to the Clydesdale Horse Society.

Mares and Fillies must be entered or eligible for entry in the Clydesdale Horse Society Stud Book.

ENTRY FEES: See page 21 (No Entry Fee payable for foal class) To be judged commencing 12.30pm on Thursday 23rd June Judge: Mr Jim Greenhill, Forfar 406 MARE of Any Age, With Foal at Foot or due to foal before 31st July in the current year 407 FOALS shown with their Dams entered in Class 406.

Animals entered in this class may NOT compete for the Championship in this section. 408 4 Year Old or Over YELD MARE 409 3 Year Old YELD MARE or FILLY 410 2 Year Old FILLY 411 Yearling FILLY SP1 Champion Female Rosette.

The Matthew Templeton Perpetual Challenge Cup.

Presented by the late Mr Matthew Templeton, O.B.E., Charterhouse, Kelso.

SP2 Breeder of the Cawdor Cup Winner The Colonel S.A.

Medcalf Challenge Cup presented to the Clydesdale Horse Society by the late Colonel S A Medcalf OBE TD DL to be awarded to the breeder of the winner of The Cawdor Cup for Females, this breeder to be a member of The Clydesdale Horse Society.

The winner of this Cup, other than the absolute winner, shall, before delivery therof is made to him, give security to the Clydesdale Horse Society that he shall surrender the same to the Society when called to do so.

The Cup must be won four times by an Exhibitor with different animals (but not necessarily in consecutive years) before it becomes his absolute property.

Until the Cup be won outright, the winner on each occasion will receive a Clydesdale Horse Society memento of winning the Cup.

SP3 Reserve Champion Female Rosette.

SP4 Best Female Bred By Exhibitor Rosette.

The George C.

Johnston Perpetual Challenge Silver Salver.

Presented by Mr George C.

Johnston, Manse Place, Airdrie, in memory of his father, Mr George Johnston, Potato Merchant, Airdrie.

SP5 Best Female Exhibited by a CHS Member The Ninth Cawdor Challenge Cup for best female exhibited by a current member of the Clydesdale Horse Society.

No animal which has won a Cawdor Cup previously shall be eligible to compete.

The Cup must be won four times by an exhibitor, with different animals (but not necessarily in consecutive years), before it becomes the exhibitor’s absolute property.

Until the Cup be won outright, the winner on each occasion will receive the Clydesdale Horse Society’s Special Award as a memento of winning the Cup.

SP6 Best Foal Bred By Exhibitor The Robert Kirkwood Memorial Perpetual Challenge Salver.

Presented by Mrs Gwen Kirkwood & Family, Mouswald Grange, Dumfries.

SP7 Best Yearling Filly The George Brown Perpetual Challenge Salver.

Presented by the late Mr George Brown, Glororum, Morpeth. 24 SP8 Breeder of Best Yearling or Two Year Old Filly William Taylor Memorial Prize.

The winner will receive a sum equivalent to the free annual income of the William Taylor Memorial Fund.

This fund to be divided equally between and the equivalent winner in the Males Section.

Special Prize of £25.

Presented by the William Taylor Memorial Committee through the Clydesdale Horse Society.

SP9 Best Female Three Years Old or Under The J.D.

Dawson Perpetual Memorial Trophy.

Presented by Mr John M.

Hamilton, Bogton.

SP10 Breeder of Best Female Three Years Old or Under The Robert S.

Watt Perpetual Challenge Trophy.

Presented by Mr Robert S.

Watt, Tods Buchts, Slamannan, Falkirk. CLYDESDALES OVERALL SP1 Champion Rosette.

Champion to go forward to the Queen’s Cup – See page 21.

Champion Medal presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

The James Chapman Perpetual Challenge Cup.

Presented by the late Mr James Chapman, Johnston House, Gartcosh, Glasgow SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette.

The James Clark Perpetual Silver Trophy.

First presented for competition at the 2002 Royal Highland Show by Mr James Clark, Ceard, Thorntonhall.

This Trophy was originally presented by Mr Robert Paterson (Camp Coffee) and was won outright by Mr Clark’s father in 1928.

SP3 Best Animal Bred By Exhibitor Rosette.

Sleigh Perpetual Challenge Cup (this trophy excludes geldings).

Presented by the grandson of the late Mr John Sleigh, Strichen.

SP4 Best Yearling or Two Year Old Clydesdale Horse Society Shield for the best yearling or two year old colt or filly registered or eligible for registration with the Clydesdale Horse Society and exhibited by a current member of The Clydesdale Horse Society.

No animal can win a Shield on more than one occasion in its life.

Should the best animal be a previous winner, then the judge must select the best eligible reserve.

Administered by the Clydesdale Horse Society.

The Sanderson Trophy See page 29 for full details HIGHLAND PONIES IN-HAND This Show is affiliated to the Highland Pony Society.

To be eligible for entry, ponies entered in these classes must not exceed 148cm (14.2 hh), and must be registered in the Highland Pony Stud Book or Appendix.

ENTRY FEES: See page 21 (No Entry Fee payable for foal class(es)) JUDGES: Males: Mr H Duncan, Turriff Females: Mr W K Allan, Freuchie Umpire: Mrs Sally Coutts, Crieff 25 HIGHLAND PONIES IN-HAND – MALES This Show is affiliated to the Highland Pony Society.

To be eligible for entry, Ponies entered in these classes must not exceed 148cm (14.2 hh) and must be registered in the Highland Pony Stud Book or Appendix.

ENTRY FEES: See page 21 To be judged commencing 8.00 a.m.

On Thursday 23rd June Judge: Mr Hugh Duncan, Turriff 412 413 414 415 416 417 4 Year Old or Over STALLION 2 or 3 Year Old COLT or STALLION Yearling COLT or GELDING 2 or 3 Year Old GELDING 4, 5 or 6 Year Old GELDING 7 Year Old or Over GELDING SP1 Champion Male Rosette.

Highland Pony Society Champion Rosette.

SP2 Reserve Champion Male Rosette.

SP3 Best Stallion or Colt The Rosehaugh Perpetual Silver Rose Bowl.

Presented by Mrs Lilian Shaw of Tordarroch, Newhall, Conon Bridge, in memory of the late Mr James Douglas Fletcher of Rosehaugh.

SP4 Best Two or Three Year Old Stallion Pitscandly Perpetual Challenge Trophy.

Presented by Mrs Heather Gow.

SP5 Best Gelding The Alexander P.

Wright Perpetual Challenge Trophy.

Presented by Mrs Sheena Wright & Family, Glenalmond, Perthshire, in memory of her late husband.

SP6 Best Male Bred By Exhibitor Rosette. HIGHLAND PONIES IN-HAND – FEMALES This Show is affiliated to the Highland Pony Society To be eligible for entry, Ponies entered in these classes must not exceed 148cm (14.2 hh) and must be registered in the Highland Pony Stud Book or Appendix.

ENTRY FEES: See page 21 (No Entry Fee payable for foal class) To be judged commencing 8.00 a.m.

On Thursday 23rd June Judge: Mr W K A Allan, Freuchie 418 4 Year Old or Over MARE, with Foal at foot 419 FOALS (shown with their Dams entered in the previous class) Animals entered in this class may NOT compete for the Championship in this section. 26 420 4 Year Old & Over YELD MARE (those entered in the Ridden Classes) 421 4 Year Old or Over YELD MARE (those entered only in the In-Hand Classes) 422 3 Year Old FILLY 423 2 Year Old FILLY 424 Yearling FILLY SP1 Champion Female Rosette.

Highland Pony Society Champion Rosette.

The Highland Pony Society Lady Phoenix Perpetual Rose Bowl.

Presented by Mrs Lilian Shaw of Tordarroch, Newhall, Balblair, Conon Bridge.

SP2 Reserve Champion Female Rosette.

SP3 Best Female Bred By Exhibitor Rosette.

SP4 Best Mare With Foal at Foot The Margaret Forbes-Sempill Perpetual Challenge Memorial Plaque for best Highland Pony mare with her foal at foot (to be judged as a pair).

Presented by the Highland Pony Society in memory of the late Hon.

Margaret Forbes-Sempill, J.P.

SP5 Best Three Year Old Filly Bred By Exhibitor The Barrie Perpetual Trophy.

Presented by the Misses M. & S.

Barrie, Orchard Farm, Broadway who will give a memento to the winner on each occasion.

SP6 Best Two Year Old Filly Bred By Exhibitor James Cairns Perpetual Memorial Silver Salver.

Presented by the Highland Pony Society.

SP7 Best Yearling Filly Bred By Exhibitor The Alex and Dorothy Dewar Perpetual Challenge Silver Cup.

Presented by Alex D.

Dewar, Glenelg, Kingskettle, Fife. HIGHLAND PONIES IN-HAND – OVERALL SP1 Champion Rosette.

Champion to go forward to the Queen’s Cup – See page 21.

Champion Medal Presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

Kinmonth Perpetual Gold Challenge Quaich.

An animal winning the Quaich will become ineligible to compete for the Quaich again.

Presented by Mrs Moncrieff Wright, Kinmonth, Bridge of Earn, in memory of her husband, the late Mr John Moncrieff Wright of Kinmonth.

Highland Pony Society Silver Medal & Champion Rosette.

Presented by the HPS.

SP2 Reserve Champion The Joan McQuattie Perpetual Challenge Quaich.

Presented in 2010 by Mr C McQuattie and Family, Forfar, in memory of his late wife.

Rosette SP3 Best Animal Bred By Exhibitor Rosette.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details The Sanderson Trophy See page 29 for full details.

The St John’s Wells Trophy See page 46.

The Cuddy Championship See page 34. 27 SHETLAND PONIES (All to be shown In-Hand) See Regulation 92.3.

With reference to foaling.

This Show is affiliated to the Shetland Pony Stud-Book Society.

Classes are confined to Registered Ponies.

Ponies must be named on the entry form.

Society rosettes will only be given to ponies registered with the Society or eligible for registration (ie foals).

Three year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown.

All foals must be a minimum of three weeks old on the day of the Show.

Children under 14 years old may not show colts (excluding foals) or entire males in the In-Hand classes.

In the interests of safety hard hats must be worn by all handlers aged 14 years or under in the In-Hand classes.

ENTRY FEES: See page 21 (No Entry Fee payable for foal class) To be judged commencing 11.00a.m.

On Thursday 23rd June Judge: Mr G C Wright, Cheadle 425 4 Year Old or Over ENTIRE MALE not exceeding 107cm (ten and a half hands) 426 2 or 3 Year Old COLT not to exceed 107cm at maturity 427 Any Age GELDING not exceeding 107cm at 4 yrs or over 428 MARE with Foal at foot Mare not exceeding 107cm (ten and a half hands), Foal by a registered Shetland Stallion/entire male 429 FOALS shown with their Dams, already entered in the previous class 430 4 Year Old or Over MARE not exceeding 107cm (ten and a half hands), not with Foal at foot 431 2 or 3 Year Old FILLY not to exceed 107cm at maturity 432 Yearling COLT or FILLY not to exceed 107cm at maturity 433 SMALL PONY, any sex, any age, not to exceed 86.5cm (34 inches) at maturity (an animal entering this class may not enter any other class in this section, but will still be eligible for the championship) SP1 Best Male Rosette.

SP2 Reserve Male Rosette.

SP3 Best Gelding Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette.

SP4 Best Female Rosette.

The Dryknowl Trophy.

Presented by Peter & Leonie Sellars, Dryknowl, Macclesfield.

SP5 Reserve Female Rosette. 28 SP6 Champion Rosette.

Champion to go forward to the Queen’s Cup – See page 21.

Champion Medal Presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Sleigh Perpetual Silver Salver.

Presented by Mr Harry P.Sleigh & Family, St John’s Wells, Fyvie.

The Hope Memorial Challenge Cup.

Presented in memory of Lady Estella Hope.

Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette & Champion Medal.

SP7 Reserve Champion Rosette.

Shetland Pony Society Stud Book Society Rosette.

SP8 Best Pony Bred By Exhibitor Rosette.

SP9 Best Junior (three year old or under) Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette.

Harviestoun Roma Perpetual Challenge Cup.

Presented through the Shetland Pony Stud Book Society SP10 Reserve Junior Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Rosette.

SP11 Group of Three The Shetland Pony Stud Book Society Perpetual Silver Challenge Cup for best group of three, consisting of one male and two females.

Presented by members of the SPSBS.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details The Sanderson Trophy See page 29 for full details.

The St John’s Wells Trophy See page 46.

The Cuddy Championship See page 34. — (g) 30 LIGHT HORSE REGULATIONS The Society’s General Regulations 1-46 apply, except as amended and supplemented below.

Height of Horses 98.1 All Horses entered in classes with conditions as to height may be measured by the Official Veterinary Surgeons before being judged, except those with Life Certificates, or Annual Certificates if under six years, issued by the Joint Measurement Board.

These certificates must be produced to the Official Veterinary Surgeons on request and the Society reserves the right to measure, and if necessary disqualify, any animal whether or not a certificate is produced. 1cm (or half an inch) will be allowed for normal shoes.

No allowance for tips, plates or Charlier shoes.

No subsequent alteration of shoes will be permitted. 98.2 Horses and Ponies will be measured in natural positions; no animal will be measured in a stretching position.

Mares 99.1.

A Mare entered in a class for “Mares with Foal at Foot” must have produced a foal after 1st January of the year of the Show, must have regularly nursed her own or another foal and must (except where otherwise provided) have the foal with her at the Show.

If the mare’s own foal is alive it must be shown with the mare.

A mare whose foal has died or which, after entry, is found to be not in foal shall be eligible without further entry to compete among the yeld mares if a corresponding class for yeld mares be included in the Prize List.

In the case of Shetland Ponies only, a Mare entered in the class for Yeld Mares, but which proves to be in Foal, will be transferred to the class for Brood Mares. 99.2.

A Mare in a class for “Mares or Geldings” may or may not have had a foal in the year of the Show, but shall not have her foal exhibited with her, nor be in milk at the time of the Show. 99.3.

It is recommended that in the Light Horse Section, no foals under 3 weeks of age be brought to the Show. 99.4.

Exhibitors are reminded that the Welfare of Animals (Transport) Order 1997 makes it an offence to cause or permit the transport of an animal which has given birth within the preceding 48 hours or is likely to give birth during transport.

It is also an offence to transport a newborn animal whose navel has not completely healed.

Blindfolding Horses 100.

Horses shall not be blindfolded while being shown in the ring.

Attendants in Judging Ring 101.

The maximum number of people permitted to accompany an animal in the judging ring will be one handler or rider, and one groom.

Protests – Height of Horses and Ponies 102.

Protests with reference to the height of horses and ponies will be entertained only from Exhibitors in the class concerned and must be lodged in writing with the Show Manager by 5.00 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.

Headgear 103.1.

Anyone on a horse must wear a hard hat. 103.2.

A skull cap or hat and safety harness according to current approved BSI or European Standard must be worn by ALL riders whilst jumping.

Eligibility of Exhibit 104.

No person may deliberately enter and show an Animal under a judge who is known to have bred, sold or produced that Animal. 31 PARADES General 105.1.

All Friday, Saturday and Sunday 1st-3rd prize-winners in the Light Horse Section in which the judging has been completed are required to take part in the afternoon Parade, after which they may leave.

Prize-winners of placings other than 1st-3rd may also parade if they so wish. 105.2.

Stabling for Horses which become eligible to participate in events such as The Horse of the Year Show Cuddy Breeders Challenge Qualifier.

Stabling will only be made free of charge for horses and ponies that have to remain on the Showground following qualification for events such as the Cuddy Breeders Challenge.

Other horses or ponies exhibited by owner/exhibitors or producer/exhibitors which have accompanied the eligible animal/s to the Royal Highland Show will be charged the appropriate stabling rate, should they also stay.

Parade Card Procedure 105.3.

All Friday, Saturday and Sunday prize-winners in the Light Horse Section in those Sections where judging has been completed, will be given a Parade Card from the steward when the rosettes are presented, at the conclusion of judging of each class.

Parade Cards must be carried by the handler/rider and handed to the Steward on ENTRY from the Main Ring.

Parade Cards must be completed by the Exhibitor before the parade.

Where an Exhibitor of a 1st-3rd prize-winner feels that they have a valid reason to be exempted from taking part in the parade then they should contact the Chief Steward of Light Horses prior to the commencement of the parade.

Should the Chief Steward agree, they will sign the reverse of the Parade Card, authorising absence from the parade, and retain the Parade Card (see also Penalties, below).

Penalties for Failure of 1st-3rd Prize-Winners to Parade 105.4.

Failure to parade by 1st-3rd prize-winners in the Light Horse Section (except where specifically authorised by the Chief Steward – see Parade Card Procedure above) will result in automatic forfeiture of any prize monies won in respect of that animal, without any further contact between the Society and that Exhibitor.

Further, the photographs of non-paraded animals will be excluded from those of winners published in the Royal Highland Show Review.

ENTRIES 106.

A separate entry form is required for each class in which an animal is entered.

Entry forms are not required for foal classes. 107.

Entry Fees may be calculated at Members’ Rates provided that application for membership of the Society is made and the appropriate subscription fully paid on or before the closing date for entries in the appropriate section.

Note: See also under relevant breed heading. Prize Money Cash Prizes will be awarded in the In Hand Hunters (excepting Foal Classes) as follows: Entries forward 1- 4 5- 7 8-10 11 and over 1st £68 £68 £68 £68 2nd £45 £45 £45 £45 3rd £35 £35 £35 £35 4th £22 £22 £22 5th 6th £22 £22 £22 32 Cash Prizes will be awarded in Hunters Under Saddle as follows: Entries forward 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 1- 4 £75 £52 £42 5- 7 £75 £52 £42 £26 8-10 £75 £52 £42 £26 £26 11 and over £75 £52 £42 £26 £26 £26 Cash Prizes will be awarded in All other Sections (excepting Foal Classes) as follows: Entries forward 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 1- 4 £55 £40 £28 5- 7 £55 £40 £28 £19 8-10 £55 £40 £28 £19 £17 11 and over £55 £40 £28 £19 £17 £17 Cash Prizes will be awarded in Foal Classes as follows: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th £20 £16 £11 £8 Where merited, Rosettes will be awarded for 1st to 6th place.

ENTRY FEES Classes 450-457 & 459-460 Hunters 458 & 461-464 HOYS Hunters* 465-523: 527, 530-541, 548-553, 566-574 524-526, 528-529, 542-547, 554-565* NO ENTRY FEE PAYABLE FOR FOAL CLASSES Members Total £24.05 £34.55 £19.85 £30.35 Non-Members Total £45.00 £55.50 £37.30 £47.80 * – These Classes are Horse of the Year Show qualifying classes.

The entry fee includes a mandatory £10.50 Horse of the Year Show contribution.

Notes: Entry Procedure – see Reg. 106.

And 107.

Substitution and withdrawal of entries – see Reg. 10.

And 11. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR LIGHT HORSE EXHIBITORS Times of Admission The North and East Gates and Gate 6 will continue to be open 24 hours per day during the Royal Highland Show, thus allowing access to the Showground for ticket-holders, prior to the official opening time of 8.00 a.m.

For cash customers.

The West Gate will open at 7.00 a.m., again for ticket-holders only, with no cash admissions before 8.00 a.m.

Should Light Horse spectators wish access before 8.00 a.m.

Then they may buy tickets in advance from the Society’s Accounts Department.

Access to Light Horse Float Park Light Horse Floats will be signed off the A8 Glasgow Road past the Airport entrance with entry to the LHF Park being via the North Car Park area.

The LHF Park will be closed at night – those who arrive in the hours of darkness will have to wait for the Park operators manning the gate to open at approximately 5.00 a.m.

Any exhibitor planning to arrive after 8am should allow extra travelling time to enter the Light Horse Float Park. — 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 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.

The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show The two highest placed registered Welsh part-bred ponies at both 14.2h.h.

And under, within the Championship, will qualify for the National Welsh Part Bred Championship, kindly sponsored by Brightwells.

See page at end of schedule for full details.

The National Pony Society/Laybalands Stud Show Pony In Hand Silver Medal Rosette Championship A Silver Medal Rosette is offered by the National Pony Society for the best registered pony owned by an NPS member in the Show Pony In Hand Section Refer to NPS Affiliation Page for fuller details The NPS/Area XI Show Pony In-Hand Supreme National Championship Ponies eligible for this Championships are the first and second prize winners from all the In Hand Show Pony Classes, for registered ponies not to exceed 148 cms at maturity.

The Champion and Reserve Champion if owned by a NPS Member will go forward to the Final to be held at the NPS Summer Championship Show.

Refer to NPS Affiliation Page for fuller details NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details 55 HUNTER PONY BREEDING (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 National Pony Society.

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

Rules when competing in affiliated classes.

Ponies 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 To be judged immediately following the Riding Pony Breeding classes, at approximately 10.30am on Friday 24th June Judge: Mrs Sheila Clark, Haddington 511 Yearling COLT, FILLY or GELDING, to make a Hunter Pony, not to exceed 153cm (15.0.hh) at maturity ie not exceeding 148cm on day of judging 512 2 or 3 year old FILLY or GELDING, to make a Hunter Pony, not to exceed 133cm (13.0.hh) at maturity ie 2 year old not exceeding 131cm or 3 year old not exceeding 132cm, on day of judging. 513 2 or 3 year old FILLY or GELDING, to make a Hunter Pony, not to exceed 153cm (15.0.hh) at maturity ie 2 year old not exceeding 151cm or 3 year old not exceeding 152cm, on day of judging SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette SP3 Best Welsh Part Bred Pony Welsh Pony & Cob Society Rosette for the highest placed Welsh Part-Bred pony.

SP4 Best NPS Registered Pony NPS/Bankswood Stud Show Hunter Pony In Hand Silver Medal Championship See Details below Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: NPS/Bankswood Stud Show Hunter Pony In Hand Silver Medal Championship A Silver Medal Rosette is offered by The National Pony Society for the best registered pony in the Show Hunter Pony In Hand Section.

See NPS Affiliation page for fuller details The National Pony Society/Roseberry Stud Show Hunter Pony In Hand National Championship Ponies eligible for the Championship at the show are the first and second prize winners from all the In Hand Show Hunter Pony classes for registered ponies, not to exceed 153 cms at maturity.

The Champion and Reserve Champion go forward to the Final at the NPS Summer Championship Show See NPS Affiliation page for fuller details 56 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-breds at both 14.2 and under and over 14.2 within the Championship will qualify for the National Welsh Part-Bred Championship.

See page at end of schedule for details.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details ARABS, ANGLO-ARABS AND PART-BRED ARABS – UNDER-SADDLE Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg. 104.

Note: Headgear, see Reg. 103.

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 Arab Horse Society and all affiliated classes will be conducted in accordance with the Show Rules and Regulations of the Arab Horse Society www.arabhorsesociety.com All entries in the Arabian/Anglo/Part-Bred Arab classes must be registered in their appropriate Stud Books and/or Registers of the Arab Horse Society by the closing date of entry.

Animals containing 12.5% and over of Arab blood are eligible to be shown in Part-Bred Arab classes.

Photocopies of registration documents should be submitted with entries for all classes.

Riders should be properly dressed, and animals must not be led in the Ring by attendants.

The Arab Horse Society offer rosettes for the winners of each of the classes.

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

On Friday 24th June Judge: Miss Elizabeth Needham, Grantham 514 ANGLO-ARAB or PART-BRED ARAB STALLION, MARE or GELDING, 4 years old or over, 148cm and under 515 ANGLO-ARAB or PART-BRED ARAB STALLION, MARE or GELDING, 4 years old or over, over 148cm 516 PURE-BRED ARAB STALLION, MARE or GELDING, 4 years old or over SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Roshara Trophy.

Presented through the Scottish Regional Group of the Arab Horse Society SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Arab Horse Society Rosette 57 SP3 Best Ridden Pure Bred Ragos Perpetual Challenge Trophy.

Presented by the Scottish Regional Group of the Arab Horse Society.

Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: The Scottish Regional Group of Arab Horse Supporters have donated Highest Placed Member rosettes to every Arab Class at the RHS.

A rosette will be presented in every class to the highest placed member producing their membership badge in the ring.

Membership forms for the SRGAHS can be obtained from lorrainerobertson@tiscali.co.uk British Arabian Championships 2011 This is a qualifying Show for the British Arabian Championships to be held at Kings Equestrian Centre www.kingsequestrian.co.uk on 18th September 2011.

All details and Qualifying cards at £10 each (Please state horse’s name, age and section when applying for a card) Contact : Mrs Jayne Armstrong, 6 Watkin Avenue, Hadfield, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 1QD.

Tel 07971 864398 Cheques payable to The Arab Horse Society.

Classes for In-hand purebred geldings, ridden purebred mares, stallions and geldings.

The British Arabian Championships is held in conjunction with the British Amateur Home Produced Championships (BAHPAC) 17th September 2011 details of which can be found on www.bahpac.co.uk Cherif Championship 2011 This is a qualifying show for the Cherif Championship 2011.

The final will be held at the Cherif Championship Show, Addington Manor Equestrian Centre, Addington, Bucks on 14th September 2011.

All details and qualifying cards at £20 each (payable to Cherif Championship) from: Miss L.

Temple, The Stables, Ashton Gifford Lane, Codford, Wiltshire BA12 0JX Please state the name and accurate height of horse/pony and supply S.A.E.

And telephone number. 148 cms and under – to Qualify: One Blue Card: Will not be ridden by the judge at qualifying shows, but will be ridden by a lightweight adult at the Cherif Championship final.

Over 148 cms – to Qualify: One White Card and one Green Card.

Will be ridden by the judge.

Two may qualify.

The highest placed entries within the first four in the class at (a) up to and including 153 cms and (b) over 153 cms will qualify.

No entry placed lower than fourth can qualify even if only one height section is covered by the top four in the class. — THE HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW PRP RESCUE SERVICES M&M WORKING HUNTER PONY CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER The following classes are qualifiers for the Mountain and Moorland Pony of the Year Championship, (NEC) Birmingham, 5th – 9th October 2011.

The classes will be run under NPS rules.

The competition is open to stallions, mares and geldings, five years old and over, to be registered in the main body of their respective stud books.

Ponies must not exceed the height limits as stipulated by the relevant Breed Societies.

Ponies that qualify for the Championship at HOYS 2011 must hold a valid JMB Full Height or Annual Certificate, a copy of which must be sent at the time of entry to HOYS.

JMB certificates are not required to enter this qualifier.

Riders and/or Owners in cases of a junior member being the rider must be members of their respective Breed Society, NPS, Ponies (UK) or BSPS.The highest placed animal (not already qualified) from the first three will qualify for the Horse of the Year Show 2011.

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

ENTRY FEES: See Page 33 Fees for HOYS classes include a mandatory £10.50 HOYS contribution..

Notes: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg.104.

Headgear, see Reg.103.

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.

To be judged commencing at 2.00pm on Friday 24th June Judges: Jumping: Mrs M Elizabeth Claxton, Blairgowrie Conformation: Mrs C McArdle, Alford Course Builder: Mr Graham Barclay HOYS has stipualted that the track will consist of 12 jumps.

Fence height guidelines issued by HOYS are as below.

Qualifier Height Not exc 122 Exc 122 but not 138 Exc 138 but not 148 HOYS Final Not exc 122 Exc 122 but not 138 Exc 138 but not 148 Fences (Min) 53cm 69cm 84cm Height (Max) 74cm 84cm 99cm Spread (Max) 53cm 69cm 84cm 58cm 74cm 89cm 79cm 89cm 104cm 58cm 74cm 89cm 61 524 HOYS Qualifying Class – Ponies not exceeding 122 cms (12.0hh) 525 HOYS Qualifying Class – Ponies exceeding 122 cms (12.0hh) but not exceeding 138 cms (13.2hh) 526 HOYS Qualifying Class – Ponies exceeding 138 cms (13.2hh) but not exceeding 148 cms (14.2hh) (except for Dales and Welsh Section D, for which there is no height restriction) SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Townfields perpetual Challenge Trophy.

Donated by Townfields Saddlers, Coventry in 2008.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Bronze Horse Head Perpetual Trophy.

Presented by Townfields Saddlers, Coventry Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: The NPS/Area 25 Mountain and Moorland Working Hunter Pony.

See page 51 for full details.

The National Welsh and Part Bred Championship Show See page at end of schedule for full details.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details RIDING HORSES Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg. 104.

Note: Headgear, see Reg. 103.

Exhibitors should note the scheduled time of commencement of their section, as shown below, and ensure 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 – refer to Reg. 105.

This Show is affiliated to the British Show Horse Association (B.S.H.A.) and all Riding Horse classes will be held under the Rules and jurisdiction of the B.S.H.A.

Horses competing in the Sports Horse Breeding of GB classes at their affiliated shows cannot compete in Riding Horse classes at the same show.

The three highest placed prize winners in all open classes will qualify to compete in the BSHA Classic Supreme Classes at the National Championship Show on September 9th & 10th 2011.

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

Horse of the Year Show Qualifying Classes The appropriately prefixed classes are qualifying classes for the 2011 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).

In HOYS qualifying classes, entries are confined to registered horses, to be owned and ridden by members of the B.S.H.A.

Riders must be 15 years of age or older. 62 Day Tickets Competitors in the Novice Class may purchase a Day Ticket in advance in order to compete.

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.

For further details, apply to The BSHA, Suite 16, Intech House, 34-35 The Cam Centre, Wilbury Way Hitchin, Herts SG4 0TW (Tel. 01462 437770).

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.

No rider under the age of 15 years is eligible to ride in Riding Horse classes.

ENTRY FEES: See page 33 (The entry fee for HOYS Classes includes a mandatory £10.50 Horse of the Year contribution) To be judged commencing at 3.00pm on Friday 24th June Judges: The Hon Mrs D Gooch, Sussex, (Ride) Mr John Poole, Worcester (Conformation) 527 NOVICE RIDING HORSE, MARE or GELDING, four years old or over exceeding 148cm (may be shown in snaffle bridle). 528 HOYS Qualifying Class: SMALL RIDING HORSE, MARE or GELDING, four years old or over exceeding 148cm and not exceeding 158cm 529 HOYS Qualifying Class: LARGE RIDING HORSE, MARE or GELDING, four years old or over exceeding 158cm SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Further competitions/qualifiers/awards: BRITISH SHOW HORSE ASSOCIATION SPECIAL ROSETTES Novice Rosette Young Rider Rosettes* for best registered animal in each of the Small and Large Riding Horse classes, ridden by a junior member of the BSHA (aged 24 years or under).

Rosettes may be awarded down to 8th place.

Amateur Rosettes* or best registered animal in each of the Small and Large Riding Horse classes, ridden by the owner who must be an amateur and member of the BSHA.

Rosettes may be awarded down to 8th place.

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 InHand Championship, sponsored by Brightwells.

See Pageat end of schedule for details The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award Special Incentive Rosettes to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse (pure bred) or Irish Draught Sport Horse (part bred) in the above classes.

All exhibits must be identified/registered with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their Irish Draught or Sport Horse registers. 63 The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) The Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) will award Special Incentive Rosettes to the highest placed Irish Draught Horse (pure bred) or Irish Draught Sport Horse (part bred) in the above classes.

All exhibits must be identified/registered with the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) on either their Irish Draught or Sport Horse registers BSHA National Championship Show.

The first three prize winners in the Small and the Large Riding Horse Classes will qualify for the Classic Supreme Classes to be held at the BSHA National Championship Show to be held in September 2011.

The Underwood Supreme Ridden Show Horse Championship.

The Champion will Riding Horse qualify – if the Champion has already qualified then the Reserve will go forward – only the Champion or Reserve will qualify.

See North of England Shows Page at end of Schedule for further details The Blue Chip and IDHS (GB) £2,000 Challenge See page at end of schedule for further details Affiliation to The British Show Pony Society (B.S.P.S.) The following are all affiliated to the British Show Pony Society Leading Rein & First Ridden, the Working Hunter Ponies, the Riding Ponies Under Saddle and the Open Show Pony Society Sections.

Note the following regulations: This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (B.S.P.S) (30S/11) and all persons entering, competing, showing or otherwise taking part in B.S.P.S.

Classes, whether or not members of the B.S.P.S., are subject to the Constitution and Rules of the B.S.P.S., including the disciplinary procedures, and shall be deemed to have consented to the jurisdiction of the B.S.P.S.

The classes in the four sections are open to non-Members of BSPS.

To compete in the Working Hunter Pony HOYS Qualifier classes, all ponies must be owned, registered and ridden by members of either the BSPS, NPS or PUK.

BSPS Championships This Show is a qualifier for the 2011 B.S.P.S.Championships Show to be held at Arena UK.

Ponies qualify as follows: 1st and 2nd prizewinners in the following classes: Open Lead Rein; Open First Ridden; Open 128cms, 138cms & 148cms Show Ponies; Open Nursery Stakes; Open 133cms, 143cms & 153cms WHP; Open 122cms, 133cms, 143cms & 153cms Show Hunter Pony. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners in the following classes: Open Intermediate Classes (including Mixed Height Intermediate).

Mixed Height Classes The 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th placed ponies will qualify . (Rule 23: Ponies must be registered before the date of the show at which they qualify for the BSPS Summer Championships, except in the case of exhibitors who have never been members before who are allowed 7 days in which to become members and register their ponies, providing they have a valid JMB certificate before the date of the championship for which they qualify) 64 he BSPS Champion of Champions The Show is a qualifier for the BSPS Champion of Champions.

The Champion Mini Show Pony, Champion Open Show Pony, Champion Open WHP, and Champion Open Show Hunter Pony and the Champion Open Intermediate will qualify.

BSPS Best Rider This show is a qualifier for the BSPS Best Rider of the Year.

The Best Rider in each of the following classes will be awarded a Best Rider Card, and qualify for the final at the BSPS Championship Show: Open Lead Rein; Open First Ridden; Open 128cms, 138cms & 148cms Show Ponies; Open 122cms, 133cms, 143cms & 153cms Show Hunter Ponies; Open Nursery Stakes; Open 133cms, 143cms & 153cms Working Hunter Ponies; Open Intermediate Show Riding Type; Show Hunter and Working Hunter classes.

THE BSPS Challenge This Show is a qualifier for the B.S.P.S.

Challenge.

The highest placed pony in the Lead Rein, First Ridden, Open Show Ponies, Nursery Stakes, Open Working Hunter Ponies, Open Show Hunter Ponies, Open Intermediate SH, SRT and WH Classes that has not qualified for the 2011 Horse of the Year Show in the appropriate class will qualify.

If the highest placed pony has already qualified for the BSPS Challenge the qualification will be awarded to the next eligible pony.

The BSPS Premier League This Show is a qualifier for the “B.S.P.S.

Premier League”.

The 1st 2nd, 3rd & 4th placed ponies in the Lead Rein & First Ridden; 128 cms, 138 cms & 148 cms Show Pony; 122 cms, 133 cms, 143 cms & 153 cms Show Hunter Pony; Nursery Stakes; Intermediate Show Riding, and Show Hunter classes will qualify.

Further details available from: BSPS Head Office, telephone 01487 831376 or Scottish Branch, telephone 07900 101204 (Secretary Miss Katherine Peden).

HEADWEAR: Correctly secured British Standard Skull caps/riding hats, nos.

PAS015, EN1384 (USA) or ASTMF1163 that meet current safety standards MUST be worn by riders at all times when mounted.

Exhibitors should note the scheduled time of commencement of their section and ensure that their animals are on the Showground in good time for judging which will not be held up for late-comers.

Exhibitors may leave after the afternoon parade in which all 1st – 3rd prizewinners will be required to take part (see Reg 105.1). 65 LEADING REIN AND FIRST RIDDEN PONIES ENTRY FEES: See page 33 To be judged commencing 11.00am on Saturday 25th June Judge: Mrs Morean Hamilton, Hurlford Each competitor in the Leading Rein and First Ridden classes will receive a rosette as a momento. 530 THE B.S.P.S.

LEADING REIN PONY, Mare or Gelding (shown in Snaffle Bridle only), 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cm (12.0.hh) Riders to be 3 or over but not to have attained their 8th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 531 THE B.S.P.S.

FIRST RIDDEN PONY, Mare or Gelding (shown in Snaffle Bridle only), 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cm (12.0.hh) Riders not to have attained their 10th birthday before 1st January in the current year SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette SP3 Best Leading Rein Pony The Bonelli Perpetual Challenge Trophy.

Presented by Mr D.

Bonelli, Craigrothie, Fife.

SP4 Best First Ridden Pony Kear-Colwell Perpetual Challenge Silver Cup (provided the Pony is owned and registered by a member of the British Show Pony Society).

Presented by Mr and Mrs J.J.

Kear-Colwell, Lockerbie.

SP5 Best Welsh Part Bred Welsh Pony & Cob Society Rosette for the highest placed Welsh Part-Bred Pony.

Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show See Page at end of Schedule for full details.

The highest placed registered part bred Welsh Ponies will qualify for the National Supreme Bedlay Stud Ridden Welsh Part-Bred Championship.

CHAPS (UK) Lead Rein/First Ridden Championship Qualifiers .

The highest placed CHAPS (UK) Member/Registered exhibit from within the class placings not already qualified will do so provided they have their qualifier card signed in the ring.

Refer to CHAPS (UK) Members Handbook or visit www.chapsuk.com for rulings The Lilley Supreme Mini Pony Championship If the Champion has already qualified then the Reserve Champion will go forward.

Only the Champion or Reserve Champion will qualify See North of England Shows Page at end of Schedule for further details 66 SHOW PONIES ENTRY FEES: See page 33 To be judged at 8.30am on Saturday 25th June Judge: Mrs Morean Hamilton, Hurlford 532 THE B.S.P.S.

SHOW PONY, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 128cm (12.2.hh) Riders not to have attained their 13th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 533 THE B.S.P.S.

SHOW PONY, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 128cm (12.2.hh) and not exceeding 138cm (13.2.hh) Riders not to have attained their 15th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 534 THE B.S.P.S.

SHOW PONY, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 138cm (13.2.hh) and not exceeding 148cm (14.2.hh) Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 535 THE B.S.P.S.MIXED HEIGHT NOVICE SHOW PONY, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over (Snaffle Bridle only), not exceeding 148cm (14.2.hh) Riders to be correct age for height section of Pony.

Ponies entered in this Class may not compete for the Championship 536 THE B.S.P.S.

MIXED HEIGHT INTERMEDIATE SHOW RIDING TYPE, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 146cm (approx 14.1hh) and not exceeding 158cm (15.2hh) Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Ponies entered in this Class may not compete for the Show Pony Championship See below for Intermediate Championship details SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

Poltalloch Perpetual Silver Challenge Cup.

Presented by the late Lieut-Col.

Malcol of Poltalloch and Mrs Malcolm of Poltalloch, B.E.M., Duntrune Castle, Lochgilphead.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette SP3 Best Novice Pony De Warrenne Rogers Perpetual Silver Challenge Salver, presented by the late Captain and Mrs R de Warrenne Rogers, Thirlestane Castle Stud, Lauder.

SP4 Best 128cm BSPS Scottish Juvenile Championship Perpetual Challenge Cup, presented by Mr W L Dennis through the BSPS (Scottish Branch), provided the pony is owned, registered and ridden by a member of the BSPS.

SP5 Best Welsh Part Bred Welsh Pony & Cob Society Rosette for the best Welsh Part Bred Pony.

Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: Intermediate Championship 1st and 2nd prizewinners from the Intermediate classes to go forward to the Intermdeiate Championship that will follow the Championship of the Open Show Hunter Pony section at approximately 11.30 on Saturday 25th June.

The Champion or Reserve from this Championship will qualify for: 67 The ‘Sporting Sam’ Supreme Intermediate Championship If the Champion has already qualified then the Reserve Champion will go forward.

Only the Champion or Reserve Champion will qualify See North of England Shows Page at end of Schedule for further details The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show See page at end of Schedule for further details The highest placed registered part bred Welsh Pony will qualify for the National Supreme Bedlay Stud Ridden Welsh Part-Bred Championship.

The Leaventhorpe Hall Supreme Ridden Pony Championship If the Champion has already qualified then the Reserve Champion will go forward.

Only the Champion or Reserve Champion will qualify See North of England Shows Page at end of Schedule for further details BSHA Rising Stars Any exhibitor placed in the first 3 in Intermediate classes for Show Riding Type or Show Hunter Type may enter the Rising Stars Class at the BSHA National Championship Show, September 9th & 10th 2011 at Addington.

No qualifying card required. OPEN SHOW HUNTER PONIES Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg. 104.

ENTRY FEES: See page 33 To be judged commencing 7.45am, Saturday 25th June Judge: Mr P Aldred, Manchester Note that the Championship in this section will be judged BEFORE the Intermediate Show Hunter Type Class. 537 THE B.S.P.S.

PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE.

Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 143cm (14.0.hh) and not exceeding 153cm (15.0.hh) Riders not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 538 THE B.S.P.S.

PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE.

Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 133cm (13.0.hh) and not exceeding 143cm (14.0.hh) Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 539 THE B.S.P.S.

PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE.

Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 122cm (12.0.hh) and not exceeding 133cm (13.0.hh) Riders not to have attained their 14th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 540 THE B.S.P.S.

PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE.

Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, not exceeding 122cm (12.0.hh) Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year. 541 THE B.S.P.S.

INTERMEDIATE SHOW HUNTER TYPE, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 148cm (14.2.hh) and not exceeding 158cm (15.2.hh) Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Ponies entered in this Class may not compete for the Championship See below for Intermediate Championship details 68 SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by The Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Lauderdale Salver.

Presented by Mr & Mrs D Slight, Oxton, Berwickshire to commemorate the success of their pony, Linksbury Jester, in 2004.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette SP3 Best Welsh Part Bred Welsh Pony & Cob Society Rosette Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: Intermediate Championship 1st and 2nd prizewinners from the Intermediate classes to go forward to the Intermediate Championship that will follow the Championship of the Open Show Hunter Pony section at approximately 11.30 on Saturday 25th June.

The Champion or Reserve from this Championship will qualify for: The ‘Sporting Sam’ Supreme Intermediate Championship If the Champion has already qualified then the Reserve Champion will go forward.

Only the Champion or Reserve Champion will qualify See North of England Shows Page at end of Schedule for further details The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show See page at end of schedule for full details.

The highest placed registered part bred Welsh Pony will qualify for the National Supreme Bedlay Stud Ridden Welsh Part-Bred Championship.

BSHA Rising Stars Any exhibitor placed in the first 3 in Intermediate classes for Show Riding Type or Show Hunter Type may enter the Rising Stars Class at the BSHA National Championship Show, September 9th & 10th 2011 at Addington.

No qualifying card required. 69 MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND LEAD REIN AND FIRST RIDDEN Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg.104.

Note: Headgear, see Reg.103.

HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW M & M COLNE LEADING REIN AND BRINETON FIRST RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP 2011 QUALIFYING ROUND Both classes are open to Mountain and Moorland mares and geldings four years old and over registered in the main body of their respective Stud Books.

For Lead Rein: Ponies not to exceed 122cms.

Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but must not have attained their 9th birthday before the 1st January in the current year.

To be shown in a snaffle bit.

For First Ridden: Ponies not to exceed 128cms.

Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but not reached their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

The highest placed pony not already qualified from the first three will qualify to compete at the Horse of the Year Show 2011.

To be run under the rules of the National Pony Society (NPS).

Judges may only judge one qualifying competition in the current year.

Marks to be awarded Maximum 50 for Show/Freedom of Action and Maximum 50 for Breed Type/Conformation.

In the event of equality, the pony with the highest Show/Freedom of Action mark will be deemed the winner.

Split Classes 1.

Where more than 20 entrants are forward in each class the judges may split the class into sections according to the circumstances on the day. 2.

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. 3.

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. 4.

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. 5.

The highest placed animal (not already qualified) from the first three in the final judging will qualify for HOYS, subject to verification of qualification from the HOYS office.

Please note: Ponies that qualify for this Championship at HOYS 2011 (5th – 9th October) must hold a valid JMB Full Height or Annual Certificate, a copy of which must be enclosed at the time of entry to HOYS.

JMB certificates are not required to enter this qualifier.

ENTRY FEES: See page 33 Fees for HOYS classes include a mandatory £10.50 HOYS contribution..

To be judged commencing 8.30am , Saturday 25th June Judges: Mrs Roweena Provan, Glenfarg Mrs Gillian McMurray, Lockerbie 542 HOYS M & M LEADING REIN CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING ROUND, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over only registered ponies eligible, not exceeding 122cm (12.0.hh.). 543 HOYS M & M FIRST RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING ROUND, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over only registered ponies eligible, not exceeding 128cm (12.2.hh) 70 SP1 Champion Rosette Champion Medal, presented by the Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Angus Perpetual Silver Challenge Cup.

Presented by the Angus Agricultural Association and offered as a circulating Trophy at the show.

SWPCA Kim Stewart Trophy.

SP2 Reserve Champion Rosette Further Competitions/Qualifiers/Awards: N.P.S/Micor Demolition Mountain and Moorland Leading Rein and First Ridden National Championship.

To be judged under the rules of NPS.

Both Classes are qualifiers for the N.P.S.

MICOR Demolition Ltd., Mountain and Moorland Leading Rein and First Ridden National Championships.

For NPS Mountain and Moorland Qualifying Rounds rules refer to NPS affiliation page NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Ridden Championship – wear white arm bands.

The National Welsh & Part-Bred Championship Show.

The 2 highest placed registered Welsh A or B ponies in the Lead Rein class will qualify for the National Supreme Lead Rein Championship and the two highest placed similarly in the First Ridden Class will qualify for the National Supreme First Ridden.

See page at end of schedule for full details.

NPS Scotland Championship Final See NPS Affiliation page for further details WORKING HUNTER PONIES Note: Eligibility of Exhibit, see Reg. 104. SPONSORS TOWNFIELDS SADDLERS LTD OF COVENTRY is very kindly sponsoring this section This section will be run under the rules of the BSPS.

This show is a qualifier for HOYS.

One pony in each of the Open WHP classes will qualify – the highest placed pony (not already qualified) from the first five ponies placed in each class will qualify.

Hoys qualification is subject to confirmation by the HOYS management.

To compete in the Working Hunter Pony HOYS Qualifier classes, all ponies must be owned, registered and ridden by members of either the BSPS, NPS or PUK.

Riders should be properly dressed, and Ponies must not be led in the ring by attendants.

Under BSPS rules the use of Body Protectors is strongly recommended for WHP classes.

Fences will be built in accordance with the recommendations issued by HOYS as below Qualifier Height Not exc 133 Exc 133 but not 143 Exc 143 but not 153 Intermediate Fences (Min) 75cm 85cm 90cm 100cm Height (Max) 90cm 100cm 105cm 115cm Spread (Min) 70cm 80cm 85cm 95cm Spread (Max) 100cm 110cm 115cm 125cm 71

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