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RHESTR Y DIGWYDDIADAU LIST OF EVENTS Exhibitors for ALL sections please note: ENTRIES CLOSE – FRIDAY, 3rd MAY 2015 Special Note NO ENTRIES CAN BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT ENTRY FEES ADRAN CEFF YLAU HORSES SECTION Cothi Bridge Show is affiliated to the Welsh Pony and Cob Society and is a SILVER MEDAL Show.

Cothi Bridge Show is Welsh Pony and Cob Society Sire Rating Show.

Cothi Bridge Show is a qualifying show for the “National Welsh Supreme Championship Show” at the Three Counties Showground, Malvern, on 11th August 2013.

For schedules and further information please contact: Mrs.

L.

Partridge, Rosedale Stud, Henllys, Cwmbran, Gwent, NP44 7AT (01633 482365) Cothi Bridge Show is affiliated to The British Show Pony Society (“B.S.P.S.”) and holds qualifiers for the B.S.P.S.

Summer Championship Show at Arena U.K., Grantham, on the 21st–24th August 2013.

Affiliation No: B.S.P.S. 134/13.

Cothi Bridge Show is affiliated to and holds Qualifiers for the CHAPS(UK) Championships.

Cothi Bridge Show is a qualifier for the Ponies ( UK ) Summer Championship Show to be held on the 9th-11th August 2013 at the Royal Showground, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.

Qualification for P(UK) Summer National Championships. 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed horses/ponies in all Summer National Championships qualifiers will qualify for the 2013 P(UK) Summer National Championships.

Results must be submitted to the Ponies (UK) office within 14 days of the qualifying show with the exception of shows being held between 1st July and 31st July; these shows need to submit their results within 48 hours after the qualifying event.

Qualification cards will not be presented in the ring.competitors in qualifying positions, who are not current members of P(UK)are allowed 14 days in which to become members and register their horses/ponies in order for the qualification to remain valid.

The exception being any competitor qualifying at a show between 1st July and 31st July their membership must be submitted within 48 hours after the qualifying event in order for the qualification to remain valid.

Affiliation No: Website: www.poniesuk.org Cothi Bridge Show is a qualifier for the National Pony Society Summer Championship Show to be held at Malvern on the 6th–8th August, 2013.

Cothi Bridge Show is a nominated show for the Carmarthenshire Welsh Pony and Cob Association points scheme.

Cothi Bridge Show is a nominated show for the Dyfed Welsh Pony and Cob Association points scheme. 11 WELSH COBS – SECTION D Cothi Bridge Show is a Welsh Pony and Cob Society Sire Rating Show Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Yearling Colt.

Yearling, Filly or Gelding.

Two year old Filly or Gelding.

Three year old Filly or Gelding – Fillies with foals at foot not eligible.

Two or three year old Colt.

Brood Mare, four years old and over, in foal or with foal at foot.

Foal – must be 3 weeks old and over on show day.

SPECIAL ‘FD’ The winner of class 7 will receive ‘The Windleshaw Stud’ Prepetual Trophy kindly presented by the Harris Family, Windleshaw Stud, Llanybydder. 8 9 Barren Mare or Gelding, four years old and over.

Stallion, four years old and over and must hold current licence.

Welsh Pony and Cob Society SILVER Medal for best exhibit in classes 1 to 9 inclusive.

The medal will only be awarded to an animal if the owner is a current member of the WPCS.

Non-members have 14 days from the date of the show to become a member.

The Champion, Reserve Champion or 2nd Reserve in classes 1-9 will qualify for the THE NATIONAL “BRIGHTWELLS SECTION D IN-HAND” CHAMPIONSHIP.

Both the champion and reserve champion Section D will qualify for this championship.

In the event of either having previously qualified, the qualification will pass to the 2nd reserve in the championship. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners from classes 1-6 and 8 & 9 inclusive qualifies for The Glyn Greenwood M&M In-Hand championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

The Champion only qualifies for the Overall Welsh Championship and the “BROOMHILL” Perpetual Trophy – Re-presented by Mrs.

Eirwen Williams, Pennant, Nantgaredig (President 2004/2005) in the main ring at 12.30 p.m.

And the Overall Supreme Championship 4.30 p.m.

SPECIAL ‘AY’ SECTION “D” YOUNGSTOCK CHAMPIONSHIP.

The First and Second prizewinners from classes 1 to 5 and class 7 (inclusive) is eligible to compete for the “Dyffryn Cothi Stud” Perpetual Trophy kindly donated by Mr.

And Mrs.

Barry Davies and Family, Colomedy, Nantgaredig.

SPECIAL A The Derwen Perpetual Trophy, presented by E.

Roscoe Lloyd & Sons for the Champion Exhibit in the Welsh Cob Section D.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. 12 WELSH PONIES of COB TYPE – SECTION C Cothi Bridge Show is Welsh Pony and Cob Society Sire Rating Show Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Yearling colt.

Yearling, filly or gelding.

Two year old filly or gelding.

Three year old filly or gelding (Fillies with foal at foot ineligible).

Two or three year old Colt.

Brood mare, in foal or with foal at foot, Barren mare or Gelding, four years old and over.

Foal – must be 3 weeks old and over on show day.

SPECIAL ‘FC’ The winner of class 16 will receive ‘The Windleshaw Stud’ Prepetual Trophy kindly presented by the Harris Family, Windleshaw Stud, Llanybydder. 17 Stallion, four years old and over and must hold a current licence. Welsh Pony and Cob Society SILVER Medal for best exhibit in classes 11 to 17 inclusive.

The medal will only be awarded to an animal if the owner is a current member of the WPCS.

Non-members have 14 days from the date of the show to become a member.

The Champion, Reserve Champion or 2nd Reserve in classes 10-17 will qualify for the THE NATIONAL “BRIGHTWELLS SECTION C IN-HAND” CHAMPIONSHIP.

Both the champion and reserve champion Section C will qualify for this championship.

In the event of either having previously qualified, the qualification will pass to the 2nd reserve in the championship.

Details from the Secretary, Lorraine Partridge.

Telephone: (01633) 482365. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners from classes 10-15 and 17 (inclusive) qualifies for The Glyn Greenwood M&M In-Hand championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

The Champion only qualifies for the Overall Welsh Championship and the “BROOMHILL” Perpetual Trophy – Re-presented by Mrs.

Eirwen Williams, Pennant, Nantgaredig (President 2004/2005) in the main ring at 12.30 p.m.

And the Overall Supreme Championship 4.30 p.m.

SPECIAL ‘ABY’ SECTION “C” YOUNGSTOCK CHAMPIONSHIP The first and second prizewinners from classes 10 to 14 and class 16 (inclusive) is eligible to compete for The Fronarth Perpetual Trophy, presented by the Jones Family, Fronarth Stud, Pennant, in memory the late Mr.

David John Jones for the best exhibit in the Welsh Pony of Cob Type – Section C – Youngstock Classes.

SPECIAL AB The Gerdig Perpetual Cup, presented by Mr.

Dyfrig Williams for the Champion Exhibit in the Welsh Pony of Cob Type – Section C.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. 13 WELSH MOUNTAIN PONIES – SECTION A Cothi Bridge Show is Welsh Pony and Cob Society Sire Rating Show Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Yearling colt.

Yearling filly or gelding.

Two year old filly or gelding.

Three year old filly or gelding.

Fillies with foals at foot not eligible.

Two or three year old colt.

Brood Mare – 4 years old and over, in foal or with foal at foot.

Foal – must be 3 weeks and over on show day.

SPECIAL ‘FA’ The winner of class 24 will receive ‘ The Windleshaw Stud’ Prepetual Trophy kindly presented by the Harris Family, Windleshaw Stud, Llanybydder. 25 26 Barren Mare or Gelding, four years old and over.

Stallion, four years old or over and must hold current licence. Welsh Pony and Cob Society SILVER Medal for the best exhibit in classes 18 to 26 inclusive.

The medal will only be awarded to an animal if the owner is a current member of the WPCS.

Non-members have 14 days from the date of the show to become a member.

The Champion, Reserve Champion or 2nd Reserve in classes 18-26 will qualify for the THE NATIONAL “BRIGHTWELLS SECTION A IN-HAND” CHAMPIONSHIP.

Both the champion and reserve champion Section A will qualify for this championship.

In the event of either having previously qualified, the qualification will pass to the 2nd reserve in the championship.

Details from the Secretary, Lorraine Partridge.

Telephone: (01633) 482365. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners from classes 18-23 and 25 & 26 inclusive qualifies for The Glyn Greenwood M&M In-Hand championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

The Champion only qualifies for the Overall Welsh Championship and the “BROOMHILL” Perpetual Trophy – Re-presented by Mrs.

Eirwen Williams, Pennant, Nantgaredig (President 2004/2005) in the main ring at 12.30 p.m.

And the Overall Supreme Championship 4.30 p.m.

SPECIAL ‘BY’ SECTION “A”YOUNGSTOCK CHAMPIONSHIP.

The first and second prizewinners from classes 18 to 22 and class 24 (inclusive) is eligible to compete for a Perpetual Silver Cup, presented by Mr.

And Mrs.

Clive Jones, Beili Glas in memory the late Mr.

Llewelyn Rees Jones (Past Chairman of the Society) for the best exhibit in the Welsh Mountain Pony – Section A – Youngstock Classes.

SPECIAL B A Perpetual Silver Cup, presented by Mr. & Mrs.

Davies, Alltyferin, in memory of the late Mr.

R.

Davies (Past President of the Society), for the Champion Exhibit in the Welsh Mountain Pony Classes, Section A.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. 14 WELSH PONIES – SECTION B Cothi Bridge Show is Welsh Pony and Cob Society Sire Rating Show Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 27 28 29 30 31 32 Yearling colt.

Yearling, filly or gelding.

Two or three year old colt.

Two or three year old filly or gelding.

Brood mare, in foal or with foal at foot, Barren Mare or Gelding, four years old and over.

Foal – must be 3 weeks old and over on show day.

SPECIAL ‘FB’ The winner of class 32 will receive ‘The Windleshaw Stud’ Prepetual Trophy kindly presented by the Harris Family, Windleshaw Stud, Llanybydder. 33 Stallion, four years old and over and must hold current licence. Welsh Pony and Cob Society SILVER Medal for the best exhibit in classes 27 to 33 inclusive.

The medal will only be awarded to an animal if the owner is a current member of the WPCS.

Non-members have 14 days from the date of the show to become a member.

The Champion, Reserve Champion or 2nd Reserve in classes 27-33 will qualify for the THE NATIONAL “BRIGHTWELLS SECTION B IN-HAND” CHAMPIONSHIP.

Both the champion and reserve champion Section B will qualify for this championship.

In the event of either having previously qualified, the qualification will pass to the 2nd reserve in the championship.

Details from the Secretary, Lorraine Partridge.

Telephone: (01633) 482365. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners from classes 27-31 and 33 inclusive qualifies for The Glyn Greenwood M&M In-Hand championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

The Champion only qualifies for the Overall Welsh Championship and the “BROOMHILL” Perpetual Trophy – Re-presented by Mrs.

Eirwen Williams, Pennant, Nantgaredig (President 2004/2005) in the main ring at 12.30 p.m.

And the Overall Supreme Championship 4.30 p.m.

SPECIAL ‘CY’ SECTION “B” YOUNGSTOCK CHAMPIONSHIP.

The First and Second prizewinners from classes 27 to 30 and class 32 (inclusive) is eligible to compete for the “Linksbury Stud” Perpetual Trophy kindly donated by Mr. & Mrs.

Paul and Julie Landon, Linksbury Stud, Pontantwn.

SPECIAL C The Cennen Perpetual Trophy for the Champion Exhibit in the Welsh Pony Section B, presented by Mr.

And Mrs.

Emrys Bowen.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. 15 WELSH PONIES & COBS – UNDER SADDLE Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) The two highest placed in Class 10, 19, 29 & 36 will qualify for the NATIONAL SUPREME “BRYNSEION STUD RIDDEN WELSH CHAMPIONSHIP” Details from the Secretary – Lorraine Partridge.

Telephone: (01633) 482365. ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Class 34 – Welsh Section B – Stallion, Mare or Gelding four years old and over, to be shown under saddle.

Lead reins are not eligible. (Please see timetable) The First and Second in class 34 is eligible to compete for the WPCS Performance Medal at 12.15 p.m.

In the Main Ring.

The two highest placed in Class 10 will qualify for the NATIONAL “BRYNSEION STUD RIDDEN WELSH SECTION B” CHAMPIONSHIP.

In the event of either having previously qualified, then it can be awarded to the next eligible pony. ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Class 35 – Welsh Section C – Stallion, Mare or Gelding four years old and over to be shown under saddle. (Please see timetable) The First and Second in class 35 is eligible to compete for the WPCS Performance Medal at 12.15 p.m.

In the Main Ring.

The two highest placed in Class 35 will qualify for the NATIONAL “BRYNSEION STUD RIDDEN WELSH SECTION C” CHAMPIONSHIP.

In the event of either having previously qualified, then it can be awarded to the next eligible pony. ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Class 36 – Welsh Section A – Stallion, Mare or Gelding, four years old and over, to be shown under saddle. (Please see timetable) Lead reins are not eligible The First and Second in class 36 is eligible to compete for the WPCS Performance Medal at 12.15 p.m.

In the Main Ring.

The two highest placed in Class 36 will qualify for the NATIONAL “BRYNSEION STUD RIDDEN WELSH SECTION A” CHAMPIONSHIP.

In the event of either having previously qualified, then it can be awarded to the next eligible pony. — THE “BROOMHILL” PERPETUAL TROPHY The Champion will also receive a cash prize of £75 The Reserve Champion will receive a prize of £25 17 RIDDEN WELSH CHAMPIONSHIP First and Second prizewinners of the Ridden Welsh Sections: ‘D’, ‘C’, ‘A’ and ‘B’ to compete for the Welsh Pony & Cob Society Performance Medal in the Main Ring at approximately 12.15 p.m. WELSH PART-BRED Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 38 39 40 41 Stallion, Mare with or without foal, or Gelding, four years old or over – in-hand.

Rosette for best foal.

Two or Three year old colt, filly or Gelding.

Yearling colt, filly or Gelding.

Stallion, mare or gelding, four years old and over shown under saddle.

Must be registered with an approved Part-Bred society.

Rider any age.

The Champion, Reserve Champion or 2nd Reserve in classes 38-40 will qualify for the THE NATIONAL SUPREME “BRIGHTWELLS WP-BR IN-HAND” CHAMPIONSHIP.

Both the champion and reserve champion Welsh Part-Bred will qualify for this championship.

In the event of either having previously qualified, the qualification will pass to the 2nd reserve in the championship.

The highest placed registered Welsh Part-Bred 148cms & under and the highest placed registered Welsh Part-Bred over 148cms in Class 41 will qualify for the “DENGIE NATIONAL SUPREME RIDDEN PART BRED CHAMPIONSHIP”. (No lead reins allowed).

Details from the Secretary, Lorraine Partridge.

Telephone: (01633) 482365.

The 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners in class 41 will qualify for the P(UK) Domino Part-Bred Ridden Championship at the Ponies (UK) Summer Championships.

The Champion qualifies for the Overall Supreme Championship, 4.30 p.m.

SPECIAL PB A Silver Perpetual Trophy for the Best Exhibit in the Welsh Part-Bred Section.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. 18 SHOW PONY IN-HAND Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 42 43 Riding Pony Stallion, Mare with or without foal, or Gelding, four years old or over – in hand.

Rosette for best foal.

Riding Pony yearling, two or three years old – colt, filly or gelding, not to exceed 148cms at maturity.

A Championship Rosette for the Best Exhibit in Classes 42 to 45.

The 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners in classes 42, 44 & 45 will qualify for the P(UK) “PEEK-A-BOO” In-Hand Plaited Riding Pony / Hack / Horse / Hunter Pony In-Hand Summer Championship.

SPECIAL D Silver Perpetual Cup for the Best Exhibit in the Pony Breeding Section.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. SHETLAND PONIES These classes are confined to Registered Ponies.

All Ponies must be named and registration numbers shown on the entry form.

Shetland Pony Society rosette will only be given to ponies registered with the Shetland Pony Society or eligible for registration (ie foals) Exhibitors under 14 years old may not show stallions or colts (excluding foals) in the inhand classes.

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

Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) Miniature Shetland Ponies 44 Miniature yearling – Colt, Filly or Gelding. 1st and 2nd prizewinners in class 44 is eligible to compete for the overall youngstock championship.

Miniature Two or Three year old – Colt, Filly or Gelding. (Three year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown). 1st and 2nd prizewinners in class 45 is eligible to compete for the overall youngstock championship.

Miniature Stallion, Mare, in foal or with foal at foot, Barren Mare or Gelding – four years old and over. (All foals to be three weeks old and over on show day.) Rosette for the best foal.

Special E The Goytre Stud Perpetual Trophy, presented by Mrs.

J.

Rawlings, to the champion Miniature Shetland Pony. 19 45 46 Standard Shetland Ponies 47 Stallion, Mare, in foal or with foal at foot, Barren Mare or Gelding – four years old and over. (All foals to be three weeks old and over on show day.) Rosette for the best foal.

Yearling – colt, filly or gelding.

Two or Three old – colt, filly or gelding. (Three year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown).

First and Second prizewinners in classes 44, 45, 48 and 49 to compete for youngstock championship.

Shetland Pony Society Rosette for the best Foal in classes 46 and 47. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners from classes 44–49 inclusive qualifies for The Glyn Greenwood M&M In-Hand championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

Shetland Pony Society Rosette for the best Gelding in classes 44, 45, 48 and 52.

Shetland Pony Society Rosette will be awarded to the best Young Handler in classes 44-49.

There must be no colts or stallions in Young Handlers classes. 50 Ridden Shetland – Four years old and over.

Exhibitors under 11 years old may not show stallions in Ridden Classes.

Hard hats must be worn by all exhibitors, irrespective of age, in ridden classes.

If a rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring, rider dismounted, and take no further part.

First and Second prizewinners from classes 44 to 50 inclusive to compete for overall Shetland Championship. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners from classes 50 qualifies for The P(UK) Kingsford M&M Ridden championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

South & West Wales Shetland Pony Group Rosette for the highest placed member in each class, including the highest placed miniature (paid up group members only).

Cards to be produced in the ring.

Shetland Pony Society Special Rosettes to be won by paid up Society members only. (Cards to be produced in the ring).

SPECIAL EE The Celtic Stud Perpetual trophy for the Champion Exhibit in the Shetland Pony Section Members rosettes kindly sponsored by the South and West Wales Shetland Pony Group.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. 48 49 20 MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND PONIES – RIDDEN 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.

Only ponies owned by Qualifying or Life members are eligible to qualify for the final of the competition at the NPS Summer Championship Show at Malvern from 6th–8th August 2013.

The THREE highest placed ponies owned by an NPS member in each class will qualify for the Final.

Qualification may go no lower than third place.

Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 54 “The NPS/Micor Demolition Ltd.

Mountain & Moorland Leading Rein National Championship”.

To be judged under the Rules of the National Pony Society.

Mountain and Moorland Lead Rein – Mares and geldings, four years old or over, not exceeding 12.h.h. (122cms) – registered in the pure bred section of the Breed Societies stud Book of Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, New Forest and Welsh Sections A or B (Part-Breds are not eligible).

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

This show is a qualifier for the NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Championship – riders must wear white arm bands.

The 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners in class 54 will qualify for the P(UK) Lobster Pot M&M lead rein Championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

The Two Highest placed registered Welsh Section A & B will qualify for the NATIONAL “BRYNSEION STUD LEAD REIN” CHAMPIONSHIP Details from the Secretary, Lorraine Partridge: (01663) 482365.

Shetland Pony Society Rosette for the highest placed Shetland Pony in class 54. 55 “The NPS/Micor Demolition Ltd.

Mountain & Moorland First Ridden National Championship”.

To be judged under the Rules of the National Pony Society.

Mountain and Moorland First Ridden – Mares and geldings, four years old or over, not exceeding 12.2 h.h. (128cms). (Part breds are not eligible).

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

This show is a qualifier for the NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Championship – riders must wear white arm bands.

The 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners in class 55 will qualify for the Brineton M&M First Ridden Championship at the Ponies (UK) Summer Championships. 21 The Two Highest placed registered Welsh Section A & B will qualify for the NATIONAL “BRYNSEION STUD FIRST RIDDEN” CHAMPIONSHIP Details from the Secretary, Lorraine Partridge: (01663) 482365.

Shetland Pony Society Rosette for the highest placed Shetland Pony in class 55.

SPECIAL ‘MC’ Mountain & Moorland Mini Championship.

Silver Perpetual Cup for the Best Exhibit First and Second prizewinners from classes 54 & 55 to compete. 56 “The NPS/Ringside Mountain and Moorland Open Ridden National Summer Championship.” To be judged under the Rules of the National Pony Society.

Small Breeds Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland – Welsh Section A and Welsh Section B. (Part-Breds are not eligible).

Open to registered pure bred M&M mares, geldings and stallions four years old and over.

Rider any age (except stallions).

Stallion riders MUST be over 12 years old (see N.P.S.

Rules).

This show is a qualifier for the NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Championship – riders must wear white arm bands.

The 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners in class 56 will qualify for The Kingsford M&M Small Breeds Ridden Pony of the Year at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

Shetland Pony Society Rosette for the highest placed Shetland Pony in class 56. — The 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners in classes 58 & 59 will qualify for the The Glyn Greenwood M&M In-Hand championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championship Show.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. PART, ANGLO and PURE BRED ARABS Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) PART BRED and ANGLO ARABS 60 61 Four year old and over, in-hand.

One, Two and Three year old, in-hand.

N.B.

Exhibits must be registered with the Arab Horse Society.

Registration numbers must be shown on the Entry Forms. PURE-BRED ARABS 62 63 64 65 Four year old and over, in-hand.

Two or Three year old colt, filly or gelding – in-hand.

Yearling colt, filly or gelding – in-hand.

Pure, Anglo and Part Bred Arab, four year old and over, under saddle. (Ring size will be adjusted to accommodate the number of entries forward) The highest placed Part Bred in class 65 will qualify for the P(UK) Domino Part-Bred Ridden Championship at P(UK) Summer Championships. 24 Must be registered with an approved Part-Bred Society.

Rider any age.

N.B.

Exhibits must be registered with the Arab Horse Society.

Registration numbers must be shown on the Entry Forms The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. SPECIAL JJ The “Jacala” Perpetual Trophy kindly presented by the late Ms.

Jackie Keen and Mr.

Alan Griffiths will be presented to the Champion of the Arab section. PALOMINO For animals registered or accepted for registration with the British Palomino Society and owned by a member of the Society.

Handlers may be asked to produce current membership badge when in the ring.

Whips – show canes only, max. 30ins (76cms).

No schooling/dressage whips allowed.

This applies to in-hand and ridden classes.

In-hand exhibits to be shown with manes and tails free.

For ridden classes plaiting is optional.

Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 66 67 68 Four year old and over.

Palomino – in-hand.

Rosette to the best foal.

Three year old and under colt, filly or gelding.

Palomino – in-hand. (This class will be split if there sufficient entries).

Date of birth must be shown on the entry form.

Ridden Palomino – Four year old and over.

First & Second prizewinners from classes 66, 67 & 68 to compete for the Palomino Championship.

The In-hand Palomino Champion qualifies for the Equilibra Champion of Champions competition to be held at The Palomino National Championships.

Please send SAE to obtain qualifying entry forms to:Mrs.

J Mullan, Rooks Farm, Brook, Lyndhurst, Hants.

SO43 7HD.

Prize money kindly sponsored by: Mr. & Mrs.

Barry and Sue Edwards, Subar Stud, Fronllan Farm, Cwmbach, Whitland.

SPECIAL PAL The “Jacala” Perpetual Trophy kindly presented by the late Ms.

Jackie Keen and Mr.

Alan Griffiths will be presented to the Champion in the Palomino section.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. 25 CREMELLO Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 69 Cremello – Any age In-Hand or under saddle. (This class will be split if there sufficient entries). (Date of birth must be shown on the entry form) .

SPECIAL CRM The Perpetual Trophy kindly presented by Mr. & Mrs.

Stan and Heather Strelley, Grugeira Stud, Kidwelly to the Champion in the Cremello section.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. COLOURED HORSES AND PONIES Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) This show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK).

Both the owner and the rider/exhibitor need not be a member of CHAPS (UK) nor must the horse or pony be registered with CHAPS (UK) to compete.

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

The following classes are CHAPS (UK) Qualifiers (72-77 inclusive).

The CHAPS (UK) Championship Show will be held on the 29th–31st August 2013.

Shows held on or after the date of the Championship Show will count as 2014 qualifiers.

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

Ponies (UK) Summer Championships will be held on 9th–11th August 2013.

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

All stallions entering these classes must be graded or valid First Stage Approved with CHAPS (UK) and MUST wear their Stallion Identity Disc whilst in the ring.

First stage approved stallions are NOT permitted to enter HOYS Qualifiers. 72 73 74 75 CHAPS CHAPS CHAPS CHAPS (UK) (UK) (UK) (UK) Non-Native Open In-Hand Qualifier – Any height.

Native/Cob/ Traditional Open In-Hand Qualifier – Any height.

Open Youngstock Qualifier – Yearlings only.

Open Youngstock Qualifier – 2 or 3 year old – to be shown in-hand. (This class will be split if there are sufficient entries).

Date of birth must be shown on entry form. 26 The 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners, Non-Native and Native / Traditional / Cob in classes 72, 73, 74 & 75 will qualify for the Commanchee In-Hand Piebald / Skewbald Horse / Pony Championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championships. 76 77 CHAPS (UK) Non-Native Open Ridden Qualifier – four years old and over.

Any height.

CHAPS (UK) Native/Cob/Traditional Open Ridden Qualifier – four years old and over.

Any height.

The 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners, Non-Native and Native / Traditional / Cob in classes 76 & 77 will qualify for the Ponies (UK) Commanchee Ridden Piebald / Skewbald Horse / Pony Championship at Ponies (UK) Summer Championships.

SPECIAL CH The “Eisenfarn” Perpetual Trophy kindly presented by Michael and Pauline Watts of the “Eisenfarn Stud”, Cross Hands, to the champion exhibit in the Coloured Horse and Pony classes.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

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Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented.

ALL ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, 3rd MAY 2013.

Special Note: No Entries accepted without Entry Fees This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (“B.S.P.S.”), and all persons entering, competing 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.

B.S.P.S.

Affiliation No: B.S.P.S. 134/13 SHOW HUNTER PONY CLASSES Judging to commence at 8.30 a.m.

Prompt in Ring 4.

Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 78 79 80 81 Mare or Gelding, four years old and over exceeding 143cms but not 153cms.

Riders not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Mare or Gelding, four years old and over exceeding 133cms but not 143cms.

Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Mare or Gelding, four years old and over exceeding 122cms but not 133cms.

Riders not to have attained their 14th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Show Hunter Type mare or gelding, four years old and over not exceeding 122cms.

Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday by 1st January in the current year. — 98 99 100 Intermediate – Mare or Gelding four years and over, exceeding 148cms but not 158cms.

Riders not to have attained their 25th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

SPECIAL FG Open Working Hunter Pony Perpetual Trophy.

Presented by Mr.

Gareth Roderick, F.R.I.C.S.

Open to 1st and 2nd prizewinners in classes 97, 98, 99 & 100.

Ponies may be galloped together.

The Champion will qualify for the B.S.P.S. “Mitten Asbestos” Champion of Champion at Ponies (U.K.) 101 B.S.P.S.

Mixed Height–Novice W.H.P./W.H.

Mare or Gelding. 4 years old or over, not exceeding 158cms.

Riders MUST jump in their correct height section and be of the correct age for the height of the animal they ride.

Riders must declare if they are competing in the 153cms or the Intermediate Section.

The winner of class 101 qualifies and is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – the W.

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Pugh Cup, when the Cup for the Section will be presented.

The Champion of each Section is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – W.

R.

Pugh Cup – when the cup for their Section will be presented. THE B.S.P.S. “CLASSIC SECURITY U.K.

LTD.

CHALLENGE” All Summer Qualifying shows affiliated to the B.S.P.S.

Are qualifiers for the “B.S.P.S.

Challenge”, ponies qualify as follows: Leading Rein, First Ridden, Open Show Ponies, Open Working Hunter Ponies, Open Show Hunter Ponies and Open Intermediates.

The highest placed pony that has not qualified for the 2013 Horse of the Year Show, in appropriate class will qualify.

If the highest placed pony has already qualified for the “B.S.P.S.

Challenge”, the qualification will be awarded to the next eligible pony.

If after qualifying a pony qualifies for the Horse of the Year Show it will forfeit its qualification for the “B.S.P.S.

Challenge”.

Cradle Stakes, Nursery Stakes and Lead Rein of Hunter Type.

The highest placed pony that has not qualified for the “B.S.P.S.

Challenge” will qualify, if the highest placed pony has already qualified the qualification will be awarded to the next eligible pony.

B.S.P.S.

Premier League. (All Shows affiliated to the B.S.P.S.

With Open Classes that are NOT qualifiers for the R.I.H.S.

Or the H.O.Y.S.): This show is a qualifier for the “B.S.P.S.

Premier League”, 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th placed ponies in the Lead Rein, First Ridden, 128, 138 and 148cms.

Show Pony, Lead Rein of Hunter Type, 122, 133, 143 and 153cms.

S.H.P., Cradle Stakes, Nursery Stakes, 133, 143 and 153cms.

W.H.P., Intermediate S.R.T., W.H.

And S.H.

And Heritage Leading Rein, First Ridden and W.H.P.

Classes.

B.S.P.S.

Black Country Saddles Best Rider.

The Best Rider in each of the following Open Classes at all B.S.P.S.

Affiliated Shows will be awarded a Best Rider Card and qualify for the final at the Summer Championships Show – Open Lead Rein, First Ridden, 128, 138 and 148cms.

Show Pony, 122, 133, 143 and 153cms.

S.H.P., Open Lead Rein of Hunter Type, Cradle Stakes, Nursery Stakes, 133, 143 and 153cms.

W.H.P.

Intermediate S.R.T., S.H.

And W.H.

Classes.

B.S.P.S.

Championship Show. 1st and 2nd prizewinners from classes 78-81, 85-89, 96-99 and 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizewinners from classes 95 and 100 plus the 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th prizewinners from class 101 to qualify provided that the pony is owned, registered and ridden in accordance with the B.S.P.S.

Rule 23. 32 IN-HAND HUNTER CLASSES Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 102 Hunter – Mare or Gelding, Four years old and over. (To be shown in-hand).

Rosette to the best foal. 103 Yearling – Colt, Filly or Gelding. 104 Two year old – Colt, Filly or Gelding. 105 Three year old – Colt, Filly or Gelding. 106 TARRA In-Hand.

Open to all Weatherby Registered Thoroughbreds, raced or not. (Passports will be checked).

Any age.

Ideally racing name of horse.

Class will be judged as a normal In-Hand.

Injuries caused through racing will be overlooked.

The first two will qualify and will pass down to 4th place only.

This class qualifies for the TARRA In-Hand Championship at Equifest August 2013. 1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 102-105 will qualify for the In-Hand Hunter Championship. 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizewinners from classes 102-105 will qualify for the P(UK) Peek A Boo in-hand plaited Hunter Pony Summer Championships. RIDDEN HUNTER CLASSES Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00 (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 107 Lightweight / Middleweight Hunter – Mare or Gelding, four years old or over, to be ridden by a Lady or Gentleman. 108 Middleweight / Heavyweight Hunter – Mare or Gelding, four years old or over, to be ridden by a Lady or Gent 109 Best Small Hunter – exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 158cms.

Riders to have attained their 16th birthday by 1st January 2012.

First & Second prizewinners from classes 107-109 will qualify for the Ridden Hunter Championship.

SPECIAL G A Perpetual Challenge Cup presented by the late Mr.

D.

E.

Davies, Tircae, Llangathen, Past President of the Society for the Champion & Reserve Champion from the In-Hand & the Champion & Reserve Champion from the Ridden Hunter Classes will qualify. 33 RIDING HORSE CLASSES Prizes: 1st – £15; 2nd – £8; 3rd – £5.

Entry Fee: £5.00. (If 3 exhibits or less entered in any class, only 1st prize money will be awarded) 110 Mare or Gelding, four years old and over, exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 158cms.

Riders to have attained their 15th birthday on 1st January in the current year. 111 Mare or Gelding, four years old and over, exceeding 158cms.

Riders to have attained their 15th birthday on 1st January in the current year. 112 Open Ridden Cob, exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 155cms.

Riders to have attained their 15th birthday on 1st January in the current year. 113 TARRA Under Saddle.

Open to all Weatherby Registered Thoroughbreds, raced or not. 4 yrs and over.

Ideally racing name of horse. (Passports will be checked).

Class will be judged as a riding horse without “type”.

Injuries caused through racing will be overlooked.

The first two will qualify and will pass down to 4th place only.

The judge may ride.

This class is a qualifier for the TARRA Ridden Championship at Equifest August 2013.

SPECIAL RH The First and Second prizewinners from 110-113 qualifies for the Riding Horse Championship and the “The Coleg Sir Gâr” Perpetual Trophy kindly presented by Equestrian Dept., Coleg Sir Gâr, to the champion exhibit in the Riding Horse Classes.

The Overall Champion will qualify and is expected to compete for the Supreme Champion of Champions – The W.

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Pugh Cup. ALL ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, 3rd MAY 2013 Special Note: No Entries accepted without Entry Fees No Entries accepted on the Field except: CATTLE, SHEEP, COOKERY, HANDICRAFTS FLORAL ART, Y.F.C. (CLUB CLASSES) DOG SHOW 34 SPECIAL H

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