Junior British Showjumping January 31ST 2015 NEXT junior SHOW

SOUTH VIEW
EQUESTRIAN centre
TELEPHONE:
01270 528 684
Junior British Showjumping
January 31ST 2015
Course Designer:
Nigel Hibbert
Judges:
Margaret Shaw
Jane hunt
First aid:
Pulse
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February 14th-15th
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Blue chip & scope qualifiers
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January 31st @ 9am
Class.1
80cms Open
Table Two Phase Speed 325mpm Rule 286 for registered ponies to be ridden by Junior Members
Prizes £40 £25 £20 £18 £17
Entry fee £17
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Class.2
Cats & Pipes Debut UK Supreme Championship Handicap Qualifier
Open to registered ponies not exceeding 138cms, to be ridden by Junior Members, ages in accordance with rule 77.12 & 77.13
Table A Two Rounds not against the clock, all equal in round 1 will go through to round 2 over a shortened course Speed 325mpm
Height of fences: - 128cms – 75 cms
138cms - 85 cms
This competition is open to all, however for qualification purposes those riders up to the end of the calendar year of which the age of 10 is reached
are eligible to enter irrespective of Points achieved. Riders aged 10 years & over on January 1 st in the calendar year must not have won a total of
350 points in the 128cms section and 700 points in the 138cms section
Once riders have competed at, or “ever” qualified for RIHS or HOYS on any height pony they are no longer eligible to compete in the Final.
Once a pony has qualified with any rider for RIHS OR HOYS in the current year, then it is not eligible to compete in the competition or the Final
Prizes £40 £25 £20 £18 £17
Entry fee £17
Dual qualification for the Stepping Stones Handicap Championship
Numbers to qualify: - Two double clears (Riders who qualify are asked to email the Scope office at [email protected] )
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Class.3
Old School Bamburgh 90 cm Novice Masters UK Supreme Championship Qualifier
Open to registered ponies that have not won a total of 300 Points, to be ridden by Junior Members
Table: A7 Speed 325mpm Rule 410 Height of fences: - 90cms
Prizes £40 £25 £20 £18 £17
Entry fee £17
Numbers to qualify: - 2 double clears (Riders who qualify are asked to email the Scope office at [email protected] )
Dual qualification for the Pony Discovery
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Class.4
95cms Open
Table Two Phase Speed 325mpm Rule 286 for registered ponies to be ridden by Junior Members
Prizes £40 £25 £20 £18 £17
Entry fee £17
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Class.5
Scope Pony Progressive/1m Open inc Pony Restricted Rider 1m Championship
Table A7 Speed 325mpm Rule 406 for registered Ponies who have not won a total of more than 500 points to be ridden by Junior Members
In the event of 30 or more starters class will be split. Ponies may compete in one section only
. The Open Section is open to all; however those ponies competing in the open or the Newcomer section, ridden by Junior riders who have not won a
total of 500 Points are eligible for double clear qualification for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Championship. Four double clears (subject to
revision) will qualify for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Championship to be held at the British Showjumping National Championships
. QUALIFICATION IS PONY / RIDER COMBINATION
First Rosette in Pony Newcomers section sponsored by Blue Chip.
Qualification period for Pony Newcomers & Pony Restricted Rider is 1st May 2014 - 30th April 2015
Prizes £50 £35 £25 £22 £18
Entry fee £18
Numbers to qualify:-Two double clears to qualify for the Alexander Horseboxes/Scope Festival/UK Supreme Championships 2015
Dual qualification of double clears for the Blue Chip Newcomers
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Class.6
Squibb Group Foxhunter/1.10m Open
Table A7 Speed 325mpm Rule 404 for registered ponies who have not won a total of 700 points to be ridden by Junior Members.
The Open Section is open to all; however those ponies competing in the Open or the Foxhunter section, which are ridden by Junior Members who
have not won a total of 350 Points in the 2013 calendar year, are eligible for double clear qualification for
The Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship.
Four double clears (Subject to revision) will qualify for The Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship to be held at the British Showjumping
National Championships. Qualification is pony/rider combination.
Qualification Period 1st May 2014 - 30th April 2015
In the event of 30 or more starters class will be split. Ponies may compete in one section only
Prizes £50 £35 £25 £22 £18
Entry fee £18
First rosette sponsored by the Squibb Group
RULES & REGULATIONS
The ‘Show Organiser’ as referred to is South View Equestrian Centre Ltd. ‘The Centre’ is SouthView Competition Centre, Winsford Road,
Wettenhall, CW7 4DL. ‘The Show’ is any event held at the Centre.
The Show Organiser/Show Manager/Staff/Volunteers/Officials and all involved with the organising and running of the Centre and the Show,
do not accept liability for any accident, damage, injury, harm, theft or illness occasioned to any horse, pony, rider, handler, owner, groom,
spectator, nor to any other person nor animal, nor occurring to property, whatsoever, directly or indirectly at or in connection with the Show.
Competitions - The Show Organiser reserves the right to cancel/amend or change any competition and event structure with prior permission
where appropriate from any relevant association to which the event may be affiliated.
In accordance with British Showjumping rules 72.3 (a) and (b) The Show Organiser retains the right to decline/exclude or remove any
person/persons or animals from the show or future shows without being required to assign reason or being liable for any compensation.
Close of entries etc. - Entries and stable/hook up reservations close at noon of the day published in the schedule and entry form, or when
fully subscribed. It is the responsibility of the entrant/exhibitor to ensure that bookings have been received and the Show Organiser does not
accept responsibility for bookings lost in post etc. or delayed. Stable and electrical hook up bookings will be accepted/allocated only on full
payment of the stated fee.
Refunds for class entries will be made strictly in accordance with British Showjumping Rule 79.5.1.
There will be no refund on stabling and hook up for cancellations made after the published closing date, regardless of circumstance, and a Vet
certificate/medical certificate will not be deemed necessary. There will be no transfer to other events.
All cancellation must be made in person and confirmed (i.e. not by leaving answering machine messages) or must be by receipted letter or
receipted email prior to the closing date.
First Aid will be payable at £3 per rider per day
Dishonoured cheques and non-payment - There will be a standing charge of £20 for each dishonoured payment and for accounts not fully
settled at the end of the show day. All costs incurred by the Show Organiser in recovery of outstanding sums will be payable, including legal
fees, and interest will be payable daily at 8% over the then current Barclays base rate. Riders, owners, etc and any person failing to pay any
due account, will not be allowed to attend nor participate in events at the Centre until all sums due are paid in full. An official report will be
made to the relevant associations after 2 days.
Objections- The judges’ decision is final and any objection to a result must be formally made in writing to the Show Secretary in complete
accordance with British Showjumping Rule 198.
Collecting Rings- All warming up and exercise must be carried out only in the designated areas provided; only combinations entered in the
current class will be allowed to use these areas. Standing is not allowed in the collecting rings and riders must ride in single file in the
direction instructed on the day. One adult helper per combination is allowed in the warm up area at the practice jumps only, and they must
be appropriately dressed and competent. No bags, rugs etc. to be set down anywhere in the warming up areas.
Prizes/Prize Giving- In the event of insufficient starters lower prizes may be withheld in accordance with British Showjumping Rule 76.6.
The Show Organiser reserves the right to withhold prize money from any person not attending the prize giving presentation. Rugs, other than
any as may be awarded in the class, may not be worn during prize giving.
Dogs- if well behaved are permitted in all areas except the café. Dogs must be kept on a short lead at all times and must not be allowed to foul
the premises. A £10 fine will apply for any waste not bagged and binned immediately. Any loose dogs will be captured and delivered to the
local dog pound. The person responsible for the dog at the show will be fully liable for any damage, loss or injury occurring as a result of a
loose or inadequately tended dog.
Stallions- No person shall allow a Stallion for which he/she is responsible e.g. as an owner /lessee/authorised agent or rider, to be at the
Centre, or to participate in any Show without taking adequate precautions to ensure other persons, property and animals are not put at any
risk nor occasioned injury nor harm, nor any damage to be incurred. The person responsible for the stallion must ensure that they are secure
at all times, including within stabling allocated, and they must supply any restraint necessary accordingly.
Waste Stables must be skipped out on departure and waste deposited on the allocated muck heap which is for muck only. All other waste,
bedding and feed bags, horse box refuse etc. must be taken away or placed in the bins at the Centre. Lorries must not be mucked out at the
Show. Any muck or other waste seen to be left on the parking areas or otherwise at the premises other than in bins provided will incur a £25
fine. Bins cannot always be emptied (e.g. during weekends/holidays) and if bins are full, rubbish must be taken home. Portable toilets may
not be emptied at the Centre and a £50 fine will apply.
Vehicles- The Show Organiser reserve the right to remove any vehicle from the premises which is deemed to be causing obstruction even if
locked or unattended. Caravans and camping are not allowed without prior permission and a fee may be payable.
Smoking- Is strictly forbidden in the stable area and in all buildings, including the covered arenas, foyer, standing area etc.
Fire- It is recommended that all horseboxes /trailers are fitted with a fire extinguisher of not less than 1 kilo capacity
Challenge 21 SouthView is a licensed premises and sale of alcohol and cigarettes will be made in accordance with legislation. Any purchaser
appearing to be under 21 must provide valid ID, i.e. passport or driving license. The Centre may refuse to serve alcohol to any person at its
discretion and without explanation.
Behaviour - Any person misbehaving, causing damage, disruption or affray or being rude or abusive to other attendees at the Show, including
staff and helpers, will be required to leave the premises and will not be permitted to participate any further in the Show. Parents are deemed
responsible for the behaviour of their children, or children in their care, at the Show and must supervise at all times accordingly.
Farrier & Vet- the services of a Farrier & Vet on call are available at the show via contact with the Secretary’s Office; owners or persons
responsible for the animal/animals will be liable to pay costs directly at the time