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Belgooly Show Schedule 2016

  1. 1. Belgooly & District 72nd Agricultural Show Saturday June 4th 2016 At our Showgrounds, Ballindenisk, Belgooly Signposted from Belgooly village Schedule of Prizes and Events for Horses, Ponies, Showjumping & Cattle www.belgoolyshow.com showing entries: Eileen Ahern, Ballingarry, Belgooly, Co. Cork telephone: 021 4770980 after 7pm. Email: belgoolyshow@gmail.com EntriEs ClosE tUEsDaY 24th MaY 2016 no Entries accepted after this date! Exhibitors plEasE notE! showgrounds open at 8.30am showjumping starts: 10am Working hunter pony Classes: 10:30am led pony Classes: 11am ridden pony Classes: 12.30pm (approx.) horse showing Classes: start 11.00am Exhibit Numbers are held at the Secretary’s Caravan except Cattle. Cattle Classes: 12.30pm (Exhibit Numbers at Cattle Ring). Fun Dog show: 2.30pm. Entries taken at ring from 1.15 pm to 2.15 pm Closing date for horse, pony & Cattle showing: tuesday 24th May 2016 Show Jumping Entries taken on the Day only. Directions to Showfield: On entering Belgooly Village from Cork, turn left at Huntsman Pub. The Showfield is on the right, one mile from Belgooly village.
  2. 2. 2 27 rules and regulations 1. Exhibitors of bovines and equines are advised to ensure they have their own public liability insurance. 2. In all classes restricted in height, animals may be measured by the Society’s Hon. Veterinary Surgeon. 3. Any handler whose animal is not in his/her control, may be asked to remove said animal from the Arena/Showfield, at the discretion of the Judge or Stewards. 4. Competitors who leave their animal unattended when tied in an unconfined area will be subject to elimination or a fine at all A.I.R.C. activities. 5. The decision of all Judges to be final. 6. Any objection to any winner in any class or competition must be lodged in writing with the Hon. Secretary within ONE HOUR of the judging of the event, together with a fee of €50, which will be forfeited in the event of the objection being over-ruled. 7. The Society reserves the right to alter or cancel any class or competition at any time. 8. The Society reserves the right to replace or substitute any prize-money, by a cup, trophy, voucher or nomination, or vice-versa. 9. sharp spUrs MUst not bE Worn. Judges may disqualify any competitor who is, in their opinion, using unnecessary severity on a horse. The judges of jumping competitions may eliminate any horse, which is act- ing in a dangerous manner or highly destructive manner; any such horse may be eliminated at any stage of its rounds. 10. Competitors must have regard to safety of animals and other competitors and the public in any practice arena or pocket area. Failure to have regard to safety, or disobeying the instructions of show officials and stewards may cause a competitor to be eliminated before their competition begins, forfeit- ing the entry fee. 11. The Society takes no responsibility for any accident or loss. 12. All Prizewinners of classes may be examined by the Hon. Veterinary Surgeon. 13. Any exhibitor entering an animal in any event in the Show does so on the understanding that the animal has not been in contact with any infectious or notifiable disease within two months of the Show. ... continued inside back cover ...continued from inside front cover rules and regulations 14. It must be clearly understood that the onus of furnishing correct informa- tion regarding animals entered for the show will be on the exhibitors. Where it has been established in any case that misleading or inaccurate information has been supplied, the Show Committee shall declare the prize forfeit. 15. A person entering an exhibit and failing to send same for exhibition shall forfeit his/her entry fee. 16. The Society shall not be responsible for any mistakes in the entry forms or in the catalogue. 17. Owners of horses and ponies are warned that any act of discourtesy or dis- obedience to the officials on the part of the owner, attendant or rider, will disqualify the horse or pony for adjudication, or for taking a prize, and the owner shall forfeit his/her entry fee. 18. Belgooly Show Society requires signature of perpetual cup winners for receipt of cup from Show. The Society also required signature of cup win- ner confirming return of cup to Show. The person to whom the cup is awarded gives an undertaking that the cup will be delivered to the Show Secretary in as good condition as it was received. No Perpetual trophy can be won out-right. 19. Prizes will be paid in accordance with the rules of the ISA. 20. EntriEs Will not bE aCCEptED onCE CataloGUE is GonE to prEss. bElGoolY shoW – Member of / affiliated to: irish shoWs assoCiation irish ponY soCiEtY shoW JUMpinG assoCiation oF irElanD
  3. 3. Contents Page No. Brood Mares & Youngstock 7 Ridden Horses 10 Led Ponies 11 Ridden Ponies 12 Working Hunter Ponies & Horses 15 SJI Showjumping 17 Cattle: Friesians 19 Cattle: Beef 22 26 3
  4. 4. 4 25 Horse & Pony Classes Horse passports must be made available in the appropriate judging arena. There will be four showing rings & a showjumping ring. Ring Class Class Entry Start number type numbers fees time Ring 1 Broodmares and 1-12 €10 11.00 Youngstock Ring 2 Ridden Horses 13-18 €10 11.00 Ring 3 Led Ponies 19-23 €10 11.00 Ring 3 Ridden Ponies 24-34 €10 12.30 (Approx.) Ring 4 Working Hunter 35-40 €10 10.30 (Pony, then Horse) Ring 5 Showjumping – €15 10.00 ENTRIES ON THE DAY A full list of Sponsors will appear in the show catalogue. important notice to animal owners involved in showing animals. The Irish Shows Association would advise all animal owners who have their animals insured to have the Insurance cover extended to cover them while showing animals at Shows, it may cost very little or nothing at all depending on who you have Insurance with. The reason for giving this advice is that if your animal were to injure someone or damage someone’s property, and it is established that your animal was out of your control at that time, you may be held responsible, or partly responsible for any injury or damage caused. You may end up paying all, or part of any settlement reached.
  5. 5. 24 5 DEpartMEnt oF aGriCUltUrE, FooD anD thE MarinE notiCE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS – HORSES AND OTHER EQUINES premises registration As from 1st May 2012, any premises (which includes shows, fairs and mar- kets) where horses or other equines are gathered must be registered with the Department. Owners/persons in charge of such gatherings are required to submit a completed application form for registration and to keep records of movements on/off their premises. Records must be retained for at least 3 years as they may be required by the Department for the purposes of tracing disease. records required are: - The name and address of the owner/person in charge of the premises from which the equine came - Premises registration number from which the equine came and - Passport number/UEL number of the animal Any further information on the requirements for moving horses and equines to shows will be provided on the Department’s website at www.agriculture.gov.ie/animalhealthwelfare/animalidentificationmovement Mailing list and data protection notice: You are probably receiving this schedule because you have previously made an entry at Belgooly Show or you made an enquiry requesting information or you have entered in another local show. If you do not wish to be on our mailing list, please let us know by contacting 021 4770980 after 7 pm or sending an email to: belgo- olyshow@gmail.com And of course, if you know of someone who would like to receive a Belgooly Show schedule but has not, please also contact us! We will issue a list of prizewinners to press following our Show. Should you wish to have your name excluded from publication, please let us know, prior to Show Day.
  6. 6. 6 23 Class 59 pedigree hereford Cow or heifer – born before 1st September 2015. 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 60 pedigree hereford Calf born on or after 1st September 2015. 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 61 pedigree limousin Cow or heifer – born before 1st September 2015. 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 62 pedigree limousin Calf born on or after 1st September 2015. 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 63 pedigree simmental Cow or heifer – born before 1st September 2015. 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 64 pedigree simmental Calf born on or after 1st September 2015. 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 65 any pair pedigree beef cattle 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Horse Classes Perpetual Trophies Champion Brood Mare Riverstick Motors Perpetual Cup & €50 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 1 & 4 to compete Champion Foal George and Sidney Good Perpetual Cup €100 (Champion) €50 (Reserve Champion) 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 2 & 3 to compete Champion Young Horse Founders Perpetual Cup & €50 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 5 & 7 - 11 to compete Champion Hunter Beamish & Crawford Perpetual Cup & €100 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 13 - 15 to compete Working Hunter Horse O’Brien Saddlery Perpetual Cup Winner Class 18 Supreme Horse Champion George Good Memorial Perpetual Cup €150 (Champion) €50 (Reserve Champion) Champion Brood Mare, Champion Foal, Champion Young Horse & Champion Hunter to compete Pony Classes Perpetual Trophies Champion Led Pony Joy Murphy Perpetual Shield 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 19 - 23 to compete Champion Ridden Pony Gotto Perpetual Cup
  7. 7. 22 7 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 26, 28, 32, 33 & 34 to compete Champion Working Hunter Pony Cecil Gash Perpetual Cup 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 38 - 40 to compete Mini Championship Sash (Champion), Sash (Reserve) 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 29 - 31 to compete Supreme Pony Champion Sash (Champion), Rosette (Reserve) Champion Ridden Pony, Champion Led Pony, Champion Working Hunter Pony & Mini Champion to compete BROODMARES & YOUNGSTOCK – RING 1 Classes 1-12 Entry Fee €10 Starting time 11.00 am BROODMARES Class 1 Mare to breed a hunter with foal at foot Irish Draught mares included. 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 4th €10 Class 2 Filly Foal 1st €50 2nd €25 3rd €15 4th €10 Class 3 Colt Foal 1st €50 2nd €25 3rd €15 4th €10 Class 4 barren mare 3 years old and over who has not produced a foal in 2016. Covering Certificate must be brought on show day. 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 4th €10 YOUNGSTOCK Class 5 3 Year old Gelding/Filly, likely to make an eventer or a sports horse. 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 €50 will be presented to the Leading Filly if not first. BEEF – RING 7 Classes 53-65 Entry Fee €10. Starting at 12.30 pm Class 53 Young handler – Aged 16 years and under on January 1st 2016, leading any Beef animal 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €10 Rosettes will be presented to all non-prizewinners. Class 54 pedigree aberdeen angus Cow or heifer born before 1st September 2015. 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 55 pedigree aberdeen angus bull Calf born on or after 1st September 2015. 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 notE: Classes 55 and 56 may be amalgamated if less than 3 entries in either class. Class 56 pedigree aberdeen angus heifer Calf born on or after 1st September 2015. 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 notE: Classes 55 and 56 may be amalgamated if less than 3 entries in either class. Class 57 pedigree belgian blue Cow or heifer – born before 1st September 2015. 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 58 pedigree belgian blue Calf born on or after 1st September 2015. 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35
  8. 8. 8 21 Class 44 Young handler – Aged 16 years and under on January 1st 2016, leading any Dairy animal. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €10 Rosettes will be presented to all non-prizewinners. Class 45 pedigree Mont beliarde Calf – born on or after 1st January 2016 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 Rosettes will be presented to all non-prizewinners. Class 46 pedigree Friesian heifer Calf – born on or after 1st January 2016 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 Rosettes will be presented to all non-prizewinners. Class 47 pedigree Mont beliarde heifer – born before 1st September 2015 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 48 pedigree Friesian heifer – born on or after 1st September 2015 1st €80 2nd €50 3rd €35 notE: the judging of best Friesian heifer Calf and Maiden heifer will take place immediately after Class 48 Class 49 pedigree Friesian heifer – in milk 1st € 100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 50 pedigree Friesian Cow – in milk having calved only twice 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 51 pedigree Friesian Cow – in milk, having calved three times or more 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 52 any pair, confined to pedigree Dairy animals – and exhibited by one owner. 1st €100 2nd €50 3rd €35 Class 6 The Irish Shows Association & Bannow & Rathangan Show Society present: the 3 Year old horse all ireland Championship prize Money sponsored by bannow & rathangan show society prizes sponsored by Galway irish Crystal & belleek China part of the horse sport ireland national showing Championship series prize Fund: €6,000 rules and Conditions: 1. Entries are confined to Animals registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ISH, RID or ID; and must have sire & Dam recorded on the pass- port. 2. Animals must be sired by a Stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse Stud Book as either: Approved/ Preliminary Approved/Supplementary Approved/ Recognised/ Preliminary Recognised/Not Approved 1 (NA1) or a Stallion that is classified in the Irish Draught Horse Stud Book as either CLASS 1/Class 2/RID (GB) / RID (Can) / Grade 2 (GB). 3. The class is also open to the Weatherby’s registered animals, progeny of Weatherby’s Thoroughbred Stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as not approved 2 (na2). 4. two animals may be selected to qualify for the final if the judges and the I.S.A. agree the standard is high enough. 5. Exhibitors to both the Qualifier and the Final must have the Animals passport available for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification. 6. Passports & Microchips should be read by a Vet at the Final. 7. Animals qualified for final are not eligible to enter in any other class at the show at which the final is held. those rules should be read in conjunction with the i.s.a rules For information on accommodation or free stabling for the final, contact 087- 7560871 or 053-9136588 in advance. Entry fee: To qualifying Show €10. To Final €20 prizes: Champion €800 plus Galway Irish Crystal. 2nd €500 & Galway Irish Crystal; 3rd €350 & Belleek China; 4th €250 & Belleek China; 5th €200 & Galway Irish Crystal; 6th €150 & Belleek China; 7th Upwards €70
  9. 9. 20 9 plus: Galway Irish Crystal or Belleek China to be presented to each qualifier at both the qualifying show and on appearance at the final. additional prizes at the Final: €150 & trophy for best Filly. €150 & trophy, for combination of Best Turned out Horse & Most Suitably Dressed Handler. *breeder of winning animal to receive a Galway irish Crystal or belleek China* Final: bannoW & rathanGan shoW thursday 14th July 2016 Class 7 1, 2 or 3 year old thoroughbred Colt/Filly/Gelding 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 €50 will be presented to the Leading Filly if not first. Class 8 2 Year old Filly 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 Class 9 2 Year old Colt/Gelding 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 Class 10 Yearling Colt/Gelding 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 Class 11 Yearling Filly 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 Qualifier Cork County Yearling Championship 2016 Sponsored by: Allied Irish Bank plc, Skibbereen Organised by: Carbery Show Society Limited, Skibbereen The championship is for Yearling Gelding or Filly in the I.H.R. The final will be held at Carbery Show, Skibbereen on thursday 14th July 2016. Prizemoney: 1st €400 2nd €200 3rd €100 €30 to all other finalists. Special prize of €125 to leading Filly if not 1st or 2nd, plus Denis O’Mahony Memorial Rosette. Entry Fee: €15 Class 12 Coloured horse, any age, any height 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 identification All cattle must bear double plastic tags as issued under the Department’s identifica- tion system. They must be accompanied by their passports important notice to animal owners involved in showing animals. The Irish Shows Association would advise all animal owners who have their animals insured to have the Insurance cover extended to cover them while showing animals at Shows, it may cost very little or nothing at all depending on who you have Insurance with. The reason for giving this advice is that if your animal were to injure someone or damage someone’s property, and it is established that your animal was out of your control at that time, you may be held responsible, or partly responsible for any injury or damage caused. You may end up paying all, or part of any settlement reached. DAIRY – RING 6 Classes 41-52 Entry Fee €10. Starting at 12.30 pm Champion Friesian Animal Holstein Ireland offers a Championship Sash to the Exhibitor of the Female Champion. The Reserve will also receive a rosette. ihFa YMa showmanship league 2016. These National Handling classes are providing a platform to encourage and develop Stockmanship skills. Open to YMA members. Class 41 Young handler – Junior Open to YMA Members aged 12 years and under on January 1st 2016, leading any Dairy animal. (Note: No Entry Fee for this Class) Class 42 Young handler – intermediate Open to YMA Members aged 13 to 16 years on January 1st 2016, leading any Dairy animal. (Note: No Entry Fee for this Class) Class 43 Young handler – senior Open to YMA Members aged 17 to 26 years on January 1st 2016, leading any Dairy animal. (Note: No Entry Fee for this Class)
  10. 10. 10 19 Cattle Classes Perpetual Cups Best Friesian Heifer Calf Knockleigh Perpetual Cup Winners in Classes 46 & 48 to compete Maiden Heifer Henry Good Perpetual Cup 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 45 - 48 to compete Best Friesian Heifer in Milk West Cork Tractors Perpetual Cup Winner Class 49 Best Friesian Cow Cradenhill Perpetual Cup Winner Class 51 Supreme Champion Dairy Animal JJ Murphy’s Brewers Perpetual Cup 1st & 2nd Prizewinners in Classes 45 - 51 to compete €100 (Champion) €50 (Reserve Champion) Champion Beef Calf Sherrards Perpetual Cup 1st & 2nd Prizewinners in Classes 55, 56, 58, 60, 62 & 64 to compete Champion Beef Animal Dan Joe O’Regan Perpetual Cup 1st & 2nd prizewinners in Classes 54 - 64 to compete €100 (Champion) €50 (Reserve Champion) t.b. All animals must come from herds, which are not restricted, and the herd and rele- vant animals must have had a clear test within the previous 12 months. No pre- movement test is required for TB. However, it is recommended by the Department that a 30-day pre-movement for TB should apply to all shows. RIDDEN HORSES – RING 2 Classes 13-18 Entry Fee €10 Starting time 11.00 iMportant notiCE: Horse-riding is a dangerous sport & all competitors in Ridden Classes are strongly advised, for their own safety, to wear appropriate head gear which complies with up to date safety standards. Class 13 heavy hunter to carry 13 stone or upwards 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 Class 14 lightweight hunter calculated to carry up to 13 stone 1st €80 2nd €40 3rd €20 Class 15 small hunter, not less than 14h2 hands (147 cms) and not exceeding 15h3 hands (160 cms) 1st €70 2nd €40 3rd €20 4th €10 Class 16 Cob, not exceeding 15h1 (155 cms) 1st €70 2nd €40 3rd €20 4th €10 Class 17 Coloured horses to include appaloosa, piebald or skewbald not less than 14h2 hands (147 cms) 1st €70 2nd €40 3rd €20 4th €10 Class 18 Working hunter horse Class 1st €65 2nd €35 3rd €20 4th €10 Competing horses will have less than 30 SJAI points. Rules – phases of judging Phase 1: Horses will complete a simple course of fences not exceeding 1.06 m height. Judging will be based on regularity of pace, obedience, presentation and flu- ency on overall performance. Jumping 16 points, overall performance 24 points. Phase 2: Ride. 35 points. Phase 3: Conformation and action in hand. 25 points. Total 100 points. Over reaching boots are permitted but no bandaging is allowed. Running martin- gales may not be worn. However, long standing martingales are permitted. note that Class 18 will take place in ring 4 after the Working hunter pony Classes.
  11. 11. 18 11 LED PONIES – RING 3 Exhibitors: please note EarliEr starting time Classes 19-23 Entry Fee €10 Starting time 11.00 am Belgooly Show is affiliated to the Irish Pony Society. If you are affiliated, please give your IPS Registration Number on the entry form. Class 19 led Connemara pony, any age, not exceeding 153 cms. Registration number to be given with entry. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 20 led Welsh pony, purebred, any age, colt, gelding or filly, not exceeding 153 cms. Registration number to be given with entry. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette notE: Classes 20 and 21 may be amalgamated if less than 5 entries in either class. Class 21 led Welsh pony, partbred, any age, colt, gelding or filly, not exceeding 153 cms. Registration number to be given with entry. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette notE: Classes 20 and 21 may be amalgamated if less than 5 entries in either class. Class 22 led Class Yearling Colt, Gelding or Filly, not exceeding 148 cms, likely to make a child’s riding pony. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette €15 will be presented to the Leading Filly, if not first. notE: Classes 22 and 23 may be amalgamated if less than 5 entries in either class. Cattle Classes There will be two showing rings. Ring Class Class Entry Start number type numbers fees time Ring 6 Dairy 41-52 €10 12.30 Ring 7 Beef 53-65 €10 12.30 A full list of Sponsors will appear in the show catalogue. Milking facilities will be available at the Show iMportant inForMation For Exhibitors oF CattlE in 2016 Keepers wishing to show cattle in 2016 must obtain a Certificate of Compliance prior to the movement of the animal to the Show. This insures that the animal(s) in question has the necessary TB, BR and BVB tests recorded on the Department’s database and that the keeper presenting the animal is not restricted by the Department. Certificates of Compliance can be obtained online from the Animal Identification and Movement (AIM) system through the www.agfood.ie facility or from the Cattle Movement Notification Agency. When applying for a Certificate of Compliance, Keepers should not specify a destination herd. On the day of the Show, the Certificate of Compliance should be presented to the Show Secretary along with the bovine passport for the animal. The keeper and the Show Secretary will then sign the movement notification section of the Certificate which will then be sent to the local DVO for recording onto the AIM system. Please note that only cattle for which a valid Certificate of Compliance is provided to the Show Secretary can be shown on the day of the Show. Classes for registered Dairy Cows Exhibitors must state on the Entry Form the following particulars: Name of Animal, Herd Book No. (if pedigree), Date of Birth, Sire, Dam.
  12. 12. 12 17 SJI SHOWJUMPING – RING 5 ENTRIES ON THE DAY: Entry Fee: SJI €15 / Non-SJI €20 Starting at 10 am sharp. Affilliated to SJI. Course Height – Normal. Course Builder – Mr. Tony Hurley Please note that the practice arena and pocket will be limited numbers and strictly stewarded. Competitors must have regard to safety especially in the Sportsman class- es. Show rule 9 means you can be eliminated before your competition if the stew- ards so decide for lack of regard to safety in the pocket or practice arena and you will then forfeit your entry fee. Competition 1 newcomers pony. Jump height 50/60 cm Rosettes for Clear Round. Competition 2 sportsmans. Jump height 70 cm Horses & Ponies may compete. Prizes in kind. Competition 3 (Munster red league) 128 cm. Jump height 80cm Prize Fund €80. Competition 4 sportsmans. Jump height 80 cm Horses & Ponies may compete. Prizes in kind. Competition 5 (Munster red league) 128 cm. Jump height 90 cm Prize Fund €80 with Jump Off. Competition 6 (Munster red league) 138/148cm. Jump height 90 cm Prize Fund €80. Competition 7 horse. Jump height 90 cm Prize fund €100 Competition 8 horse. Jump height 1 meter Prize fund €100 Competition 9 horse. Jump height 1.10 m Prize fund €200 with Jump Off Class 23 led Class Colt, Gelding or Filly, 2 or 3 years old, not exceeding 148 cms, likely to make a child’s riding pony. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette €15 will be presented to the Leading Filly, if not first. notE: Classes 22 and 23 may be amalgamated if less than 5 entries in either class. RIDDEN PONIES – RING 3 Exhibitors: please note latEr starting time Classes 24-34 Entry Fee €10 Starting time 12.30 pm (approx) iMportant notiCE: Horse-riding is a dangerous sport & all competitors in Ridden Classes are strongly advised, for their own safety, to wear appropriate head gear which complies with up to date safety standards. Class 24 Confined local pony Class Confined to radius of 12 miles. Height not exceeding 148 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 18th birthday on January 1st 2016. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette prize in Kind will be presented to best turned out pony Class 25 pony Club riding Class Pony 4 years old and over Riders must be current Pony Club members. Please state your club on Entry Form. Your Membership Card must be available to the Show on the day. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 26 ridden Connemara pony, any age, not exceeding 153 cms. Registration number to be given with entry. Mares and Geldings may be ridden by riders of any age. Stallions must be ridden by riders who have attained their 14th birthday on 1st January 2016. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette
  13. 13. Class 39 open 143 cms Working hunter pony Class For ponies, mares or geldings, 4 years old and over, exceeding 133 cms but not exceeding 143 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 17th birthday on 1st January 2016. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 40 open 153 cms Working hunter pony Class For ponies, mares or geldings, 4 years old and over, exceeding 143 cms but not exceeding 153 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 20th birthday on 1st January 2016. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette note: the Working hunter horse Class (Class 18) will take place in ring 4 after Class 40. note to Exhibitors: riders cannot compete in both the open show hunter pony (Class 27) and open starter stakes (Class 28). they must opt to be either open show hunter or open starter stakes. Class 27 open show hunter starter stakes Riding class for ponies, mares or geldings 4 years old and over, not exceeding 133 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 12th birthday on January 1st 2016. Combinations competing may not compete in class 28. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 28 open 133 cm show hunter stakes Riding class for ponies, mares or geldings 4 years old and over, not exceeding 133 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 14th birthday on January 1st 2016. Combinations of horse and rider may not compete in class 27. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 29 novice lead rein Class for ponies, Mares or Geldings, 4 years and over, not exceeding 123 cms suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 8th birthday on the 1st January 2016. Ponies must be shown in single ring snaffle bridles. They must be led by persons aged 16 years and over and should be on a loose rein, and will be required to trot. The attendant must affix the lead rein to the noseband on which it must remain while the pony is in the ring. The rein must go directly from the bit to the rider’s hand, with no extra aid or attachment to or on the saddle. Riders will not be asked to dismount. rosettes will be presented to all non-prizewinners. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 30 open lead rein Class for ponies, Mares or Geldings 4 years old and over, not exceeding 123 cms (12 hands high), suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have 16 13
  14. 14. not attained their 8th birthday on January 1st 2016. Ponies must be shown in single ring snaffle bridles. They must be led by persons aged 16 years and over and should be on a loose rein, and will be required to trot. The attendant must affix the lead rein to the noseband on which it must remain while the pony is in the ring. The rein must go directly from the bit to the rider’s hand, with no extra aid or attachment to or on the saddle. Riders will not be asked to dismount. rosettes will be presented to all non-prizewinners. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 31 open First ridden Class for ponies, Mares or Geldings 4 years old and over, not exceeding 123 cms (12 hands high), suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 10th birthday on January 1st 2016. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 32 open 143 cm show hunter riding Class For ponies, mares or geldings 4 years old and over, not exceeding 143 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 17th birthday on January 1st 2016. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 33 open 153 cm show hunter riding Class For ponies, mares or geldings 4 years old and over, not exceeding 153 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 20th birthday on January 1st 2016. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 34 open show pony combined - 148 cm, 138 cm & 128 cm Rider not having attained their 17th birthday, 15th birthday and 13th birthday respectively on January 1st 2016 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette WORKING HUNTER PONIES & HORSES – RING 4 Exhibitors: please note EarliEr starting time Classes 35-40 Entry Fee €10 Starting time 10.30am iMportant notiCE: Horse-riding is a dangerous sport & all competitors in Ridden Classes are strongly advised, for their own safety, to wear appropriate head gear which complies with up to date safety standards. Class 35 Confined local Working hunter pony Class Confined to radius of 12 miles from Belgooly. Fences not exceeding 70cms. Height not exceeding 153 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 18th birthday on 1st January 2016. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 36 open Connemara Working hunter pony Class For ponies, mares or geldings, 4 years old and over, any height and to be ridden by rider of any age. registration number to be given with entry. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 37 open 133 cms Working hunter starter stakes For ponies, mares or geldings, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 133 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 12th birthday on 1st January 2016. Combinations may not compete in class 38. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette Class 38 open 133 cms Working hunter pony Class For ponies, mares or geldings, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 133 cms, suitable for and to be ridden by riders who have not attained their 14th birthday on 1st January 2016. Combinations may not compete in class 37. 1st €30 2nd €20 3rd €15 4th Rosette 14 15

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