MIXED MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND CLASSES IN RING THREE
Go to the best and play with us lord of the ocean. A big bonus for everyone who came! Classes 29-36 and 40-43 will be run under the Rules of the N P S, and Silver Medal Rosettes will be awarded to appropriate championships. To be judged under the Rules of the N P S. N P S Silver Medail Rosettes are only awarded when the Owner of the champion pony is a Full Life or Standard Member of the N P S. A valid membership card must be in the Rider’s / Handler’s possession when 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 N P S. The Silver Medal Rosette and the Qualification Card can be awarded no lower than the first Reserve.
Qualifiers are entitled to compete in the final of the Silver Medal Rosette Championship to be held at the N P S Summer Championship Show August 2013.
NPS / Kilmannan Stud Mountain & Moorland In-Hand Silver Medal Rosette Championship.
NPS / The Minns Mountain & Moorland Ridden Silver Medal Championship.
In all classes, whips/canes must not exceed 30 inches. All stallions and colts two years old or over must be in possession of a current Stallion Licence unless otherwise governed by their individual Breed Society. Brood mares must be four years old or over. All foals, which must accompany mares in the ring, must be at least three weeks old on the day of the Show.
NOTICE TO SHOWJUMPERS:
We would like to draw your attention to the British Showjumping Rules below which will be strictly adhered to.
Rule 101.7 When shows issue numbers to competitors the correct number must be worn when taking part in competitions.
Rule 233.3 Elimination at the Judges’ discretion on failure to enter the Arena within one minute of being called.
Rule 234.4 Elimination at the Judges’ dicretion on failure to commence the round within 45 seconds after the Bell.
1 > Woolley Horse Show, the organising committee and members will accept no responsibility for any accident, injury or loss to a horse or pony, riders, grooms, spectators or their property however caused.
2 > Hard hats must be worn by all riders when mounted.
3 > The judges’ decision is final. All complaints must be lodged with the Secretary within 10 minutes of the end of the Class, with a fee of £10, to be forfeited if the complaint is not upheld.
4 > Any person using abusive or bad language will be asked to leave the Show ground.
5 > All dogs must be kept on leads.
6 > Entry fees are non-refundable.
7 > Late entries at Judges’ discretion.
8 > All trophies are for annual competition and cannot be won outright.
9 > All trophies to be signed for and returned, in the condition in which they were received, prior to the next year’s Show.
10 > A deposit of £10 for each trophy is to be made at the time of collection. This will be paid back to the winner when the trophy is returned.
11 > Horses/ponies may be measured if there is any doubt as to size.
12 > Exhibitors and Trade Stands should have their own Public Liability Insurance.
HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY STATEMENT:
The Woolley Horse Show is committed to observing the highest standard of safety for everybody – volunteers, competitors and spectators – attending the show.
Everyone attending the show is requested, for their own safety and for the safety of others, to observe the directions and advice of the stewards. In order to minimise the risk from fire and permit access by emergency services please observe the NO SMOKING signs in the tents and the few NO ENTRY signs around the showground. Please follow carefully the traffic cigns and traffic directions from stewards.
Members of the public are reminded that there are some hazards inherent with agricultural shows and that all sensible precautions should be taken to minimise the risk of injury to themselves and especially to their children.
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