137th Derbyshire County Show

137th Derbyshire County Show (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sun, Jun 25, 2017
Event Downloads
Starting Times:
You do NOT need to declare your entries on the day, just arrive at the ring on time, displaying the correct Exhibitor Number.
Please download the Schedule above for full Show Information.

Class 0 C1
Concours d’Elegance Junior    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Pre Judging for Main Ring Parade Junior Concours D Elegance 13yrs & Under Includes Lead Rein
Class 0 C2
Concours d’Elegance Adult    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Pre Judging for Main Ring Parade Senior Concours D Elegance 14 yrs & Over
Class 0 D1
Private Driving Horse or Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
BDS Private Driving Exceeding 13.2hh: Horse or pony, 4 years old or over, driven to a traditional or traditional type vehicle. A traditional vehicle means a vehicle of traditional profile and identifiable type to resemble the design of a carriage built prior to the First World War. The vehicle may be made from modern materials but must have traditional style springing and carriage lamps. Pneumatic tyred vehicles, trade turnouts and show wagons are not eligible
Class 0 D2
Private Driving Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
BDS Private Driving Not Exceeding 13.2hh: Horse or pony, 4 years old or over, driven to a traditional or traditional type vehicle. A traditional vehicle means a vehicle of traditional profile and identifiable type to resemble the design of a carriage built prior to the First World War. The vehicle may be made from modern materials but must have traditional style springing and carriage lamps. Pneumatic tyred vehicles, trade turnouts and show wagons are not eligible
Class 0 D3
Light Trade Turnout    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
BDS Light Trade Turnout Open to horses and ponies, 4 years old or over, singles and pairs to a traditional or traditional type trade vehicle. No goods to be carried or displayed. A small sample load may be carried on a coster turnout only.
Class 0 D4
Unaffiliated Exercise Vehicle Class    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open to horses & ponies, 4 years old or over,. A single, pair or tandem driven to a carriage of non-traditional type design and includes those with pneumatic tyres specifically designed for carriages (i.e. not car tyres). Lamps need not be carried. Judging will include general cleanliness, safety of turnout, correct fitting of harness and vehicle suitability
Class 0 D5
Carriage Driving Concours D`Elegance    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated: Judged by a Guest Judge, On the Overall perception of the elegance and artistic interpretation of the exhibit.
Class 0 M1
Local Rider Registered Mountain & Moorland Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Local Riders must reside within a 25 Mile Radius of DE21 7BW. Includes Lead Rein Exhibits (9ys & Under 12.2hh & Under Mare / Gelding) Or Stallion/ Mare or Gelding
Class 0 M2
Local Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Local Riders must reside within a 25 Mile Radius of DE21 7BW.
Hunters to Exceed 14.2hh Riders 14yrs +
Class 0 M3
Best Local Rider    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Local Riders must reside within a 25 Mile Radius of DE21 7BW.
Riders 18 Years & Over. Horse or Pony of Suitable Size Includes M & M
Class 0 M4
Best Local Rider    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Local Riders must reside within a 25 Mile Radius of DE21 7BW.
Riders 14 – 17 Years. Horse or Pony of Suitable Size Includes M & M
Class 0 M5
Best Local Rider    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Local Riders must reside within a 25 Mile Radius of DE21 7BW.
Riders 11 – 13 Years
Class 0 M6
Best Local Rider    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Local Riders must reside within a 25 Mile Radius of DE21 7BW.
Riders 10 Years & Under. Pony Not to Exceed 13.2hh
Class 0 M7
Best Local Rider    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Local Riders must reside within a 25 Mile Radius of DE21 7BW.
Lead Rein 9 years & Under – Pony Not to Exceed 12.2hh
Class 101
BSHA Open Hack    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cm not exceeding 160cm.
Class 102
BSHA Open Riding Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cm
Class 103
BSHA Amateur / HP Hack    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cm not exceeding 160cm.
Class 104
BSHA Amateur / HP Riding Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cm
Class 105
BSHA Open Cob    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cms, but not exceeding 155cms
Class 106
BSHA Amateur Cob / HP    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years old and over – exceeding 148cm Includes Maxi Cobs
Class 107
BSHA Maxi Cob    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 155cm – to be judged as Cobs. Judges must pay particular attention to type (i.e. short legged animals of COB type). To be shown hogged.
Class 108
The RoR Tattersalls Thoroughbred Ridden Show Series Qualifier    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
RoR/Tattersalls Show Horse Series, shows on or after 1st June 2016 will be awarded qualification (1st,2nd and 3rd placed) for the Hickstead Derby Meeting 2017. RoR Tattersalls Classes held in 2017, 1st, 2nd 3rd and 4th will qualify for the final. On or After 1st June 2017, the first four will qualify for the final in 2018. The RoR Tattersalls Thoroughbred Ridden Show Series Qualifier 2017 Thoroughbred mare or gelding, 4years old or over, any height. Riders must be 15 years or over. Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or simple double bridle. Horses should be plaited. The first FOUR go forward to the championship at the Hickstead Derby Meeting IN JUNE 2018. All entries MUST be registered with the RoR and include their registration number on entry form and have RACED in GB. All those entering horses and/or participating in the show agree to be bound by the Retraining of Racehorses Rules and Regulations from time to time in force’ Please be aware that the show will split the class on the horse’s last run in a race (NH or Flat) or will provide 2 ride judges should the entries exceed 20. Please mark your entry form accordingly. Competitors must wear a safety/kite mark hard hat with a chinstrap.Racing injuries and blemishes will NOT be ignored in this seriesPrizes : Rosettes 1st - 6th and Vouchers 1st to 4th place. Veteran prize, £25 voucher to be redeemed from RoR office and qualification for the Veteran final at Aintree. 1st £60 plus voucher for jacket, 2nd £40, 3rd £20, 4th £10.
Class 109
RoR Open In Hand Show Series Qualifier (Formally TARRA)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
RoR OPEN In Hand Show Series Qualifier (Formally TARRA): Open to all RoR registered horses, 3yrs and over, fillies, mares and geldings. Horses that have raced abroad or been in training are also eligible.Blemishes caused through racing will be ignored. The first three horses will qualify. his class is a qualifier for the RoR OPEN In Hand Showing Series FINAL at the RoR National Championship Show at Aintree, August 2017. Rosettes 1st - 6th. Prizes - 1st £30 plus RoR jacket, 2nd £20, 3rd £10, 4th £10
Class 110
TGCA In Hand Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Youngstock 1, 2, 3 Years
Class 111
TGCA Ridden    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any Height, Exceeding 4 years
Class 112
TGCA In Hand    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
4yrs & Over
Class 113
In Hand Show Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated 4yrs & Over – Stallion, Mare, Gelding Not Exceeding 14.2hh
Class 114
In Hand Hunter Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated 4yrs & Over – Stallion, Mare, Gelding Not Exceeding 15hh
Class 115
In Hand Show Pony/ Show Hunter Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Foal or Yearling Not To Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 116
In Hand Show Pony/ Show Hunter Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Pony 2 Year Old Not To Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 117
In Hand Show Pony/ Show Hunter Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Pony 3 Year Old Not To Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 118
In Hand Hack/ Riding Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Youngstock To Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 119
In Hand Hack/ Riding Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated 4yrs + To Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 201
CHAPS (UK) Coloured In Hand Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
1, 2 or 3 Year Olds; No Foals.
Class 202
CHAPS (UK) Coloured Horse In Hand, Non Native to exceed 153cms    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any age, no foals
Class 203
CHAPS (UK) Coloured Pony In Hand, Non-Native not to exceed 153cms    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any age, no foals
Class 204
CHAPS (UK) Coloured Horse In Hand, Native/Cob/Traditional to exceed 148cms    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any age, no foals
Class 205
CHAPS (UK) Coloured Pony In Hand, Native/Cob/Traditional not to exceed 148cms    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any age, no foals
Class 206
CHAPS (UK) Coloured Ridden, Non-Native Horse to exceed 153cms    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 207
CHAPS (UK) Coloured Ridden, Non-Native Pony not to exceed 153cms    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 208
CHAPS (UK) Coloured Horse, Ridden, Native/Cob/Traditional to exceed 148cms    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 209
CHAPS (UK) Coloured Pony, Ridden, Native/Cob/Traditional not to exceed 148cms    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 210
SSA Equitation Championship Open Qualifier (any age)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Run under SSA Rules defined in the current Member’s Handbook. Open to SSA Members and Non-Members. Members carrying their current Championship Points Cards are eligible for SSA rosettes to 3rd Adult and 3rd Junior places and SSA Championship Points. Southernden Farm offers a rosette to the highest placed Member aged under 14 on 1st January of the current year. Side Saddle International offer a rosette to the Adult Member and Manor Grange Stud Show Centre to the Junior Member, judged to be the best turned out. Competitors must wear a hat to current Safety Standard or above.
Class 212
SSA Best Horse or Pony Ridden Side Saddle    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Best Horse or Pony BEST HORSE OR PONY RIDDEN SIDE SADDLE Open to horses and ponies 4 years old or over: conformation & manners will be taken into consideration; horses/ponies will not be stripped. A Special rosette will be awarded to the highest placed Adult and Junior Members of the SSA carrying their current Championship Points Cards. Competitors must wear a hat to current Safety Standard or above. ** The Highest placed coloured exhibit (who has not already qualified) receives a Special Rosette and qualifies for the Side Saddle Final at the CHAPS Championship Show. Open to any type of exhibit. Riders must be 16 or over. Riders/Owners need not be a member or their exhibit registered with CHAPS at the time of qualification, but in order to compete at the Championships, the Rider/Owner must be a showing member and their horse/pony registered with CHAPS before entering the final.
Class 213
SSA Side Saddle Concours d’elegance    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
The sole criterion for this class is the elegance of the picture presented by horse and rider. Attention may be paid to the rider’s personal appearance but detailed inspection of rider or tack is not required. Fancy dress or period costume is not permitted. Competitors are required to walk, trot and canter. No individual show is required, but the Judge may ask groups of 3 or 4 riders to give short displays. A Special rosette will be awarded to the highest placed Adult Member and Junior Member of the SSA carrying their current Championship Points Cards. Competitors must wear a hat to current Safety Standard or above.
Class 214
In Hand Part Bred Arab Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 215
In Hand Part Bred Arab    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
4yrs & Over
Class 216
Cherif Part Bred Arab Ridden Qualifier    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Must Hold Relevant Qualification Card This is a qualifying show for CHERIF CHAMPIONSHIP 2017. The final will be held at the Cherif Championship show, Addington Manor Equestrian Centre, Addington, Bucks on 13th September 2017. All Details and qualification cards at £25.00 each (payable to Cherif Championships) from @ Miss L Temple, Roedean House, 8 Runnymede Gardens, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 OFN. Please state the name and accurate height of horse/pony. SAE please and contact phone number.
Class 301
In Hand Pre-Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Veteran Horse Society AREA QUALIFIER 2017
(15–19 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height.
Class 302
In Hand Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Veteran Horse Society AREA QUALIFIER 2017
(20–24 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height.
Class 303
In Hand Diamond Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Veteran Horse Society AREA QUALIFIER 2017
(25 years and over). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height
Class 304
Ridden Pre-Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Veteran Horse Society AREA QUALIFIER 2017
(15–19 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height.
Class 305
Ridden Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Veteran Horse Society AREA QUALIFIER 2017
(20–24 years). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height.
Class 306
Ridden Diamond Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Veteran Horse Society AREA QUALIFIER 2017
(25 years and over). Open to horses and ponies of any breed and height.
Class 307
Ridden Pure Bred Cleveland Bay    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open to Horses Registered with the Cleveland Bay Horse Society
Class 308
Ridden Part Bred Cleveland Bay    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open to Horses Registered with the Cleveland Bay Horse Society
Class 309
In Hand Pure Bred Cleveland Bay    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open to Horses Registered with the Cleveland Bay Horse Society
Class 310
In Hand Part Bred Cleveland Bay    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open to Horses Registered with the Cleveland Bay Horse Society
Class 311
Youngstock Pure & Part Bred Cleveland Bay    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open to Horses Registered with the Cleveland Bay Horse Society
Class 312
In Hand Rare & Foreign Breeds Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 313
Ridden Rare & Foreign Breed    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 314
In Hand Rare & Foreign Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
4 years & over
Class 315
In Hand Spotted    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any Age Not Exceeding 14.2hh
Class 316
In Hand Spotted    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any Age Exceeding 14.2hh
Class 317
In Hand Palomino    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any age
Class 318
In Hand Dun/ Cremello    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any Age
Class 319
Ridden Alternative Coloured    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Spotted/ Palomino/ Dun or Cremello
Class 401
In Hand Welsh Section A    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Stallion
Class 402
In Hand Welsh Section A    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare – Barren or Broodmare
Class 403
In Hand Welsh Section A    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Foal – Foal Championship 1st & 2nd
Class 404
In Hand Welsh Section A    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Yearling Colt or Filly
Class 405
In Hand Welsh Section A    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
2/3yr Old Colt or Filly
Class 406
In Hand Welsh Section A    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Gelding – Any Age – Millcroft Gelding Championship 1st & 2nd Places
Class 407
In Hand Welsh Section B    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Stallion
Class 408
In Hand Welsh Section B    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare – Barren or Broodmare
Class 409
In Hand Welsh Section B    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Foal – Foal Championship 1st & 2nd
Class 410
In Hand Welsh Section B    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Yearling Colt or Filly
Class 411
In Hand Welsh Section B    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
2/3yr Old Colt or Filly
Class 412
In Hand Welsh Section B    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Gelding – Any Age – Millcroft Gelding Championship 1st & 2nd Places
Class 413
In Hand Large Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Yearling No Welsh
Class 414
In Hand Small Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Yearling No Welsh or Shetland
Class 415
In Hand Large Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
2/3yr Old No Welsh
Class 416
In Hand Small Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
2/3yr Old No Welsh or Shetland
Class 417
In Hand Large Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding No Welsh
Class 418
In Hand Large Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Stallion 4yrs + No Welsh
Class 419
In Hand Small Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding 4yrs + No Welsh or Shetland
Class 420
In Hand Small Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Stallion 4yrs + No Welsh or Shetland
Class 501
In Hand Welsh Section C    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Stallion
Class 502
In Hand Welsh Section C    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare – Barren or Broodmare
Class 503
In Hand Welsh Section C    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Foal – Foal Championship 1st & 2nd
Class 504
In Hand Welsh Section C    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Yearling Colt or Filly
Class 505
In Hand Welsh Section C    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
2/3yr Old Colt or Filly
Class 506
In Hand Welsh Section C    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Gelding Any Age – Millcroft Gelding Championship 1st & 2nd
Class 507
In Hand Welsh Section D    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Stallion
Class 508
In Hand Welsh Section D    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare – Barren or Brood
Class 509
In Hand Welsh Section D    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Foal – Foal Championship 1st & 2nd
Class 510
In Hand Welsh Section D    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Yearling Colt or Filly
Class 511
In Hand Welsh Section D    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
2/3 Year Old
Class 512
In Hand Welsh Section D    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Gelding Any Age – Millcroft Gelding Championship 1st & 2nd
Class 513
In Hand Welsh Part Bred    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Foal or Yearling – Any Sex
Class 514
In Hand Welsh Part Bred    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
2/3yr Old Filly or Gelding
Class 515
In Hand Welsh Part Bred    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding 4yrs +
Class 516
In Hand Welsh Part Bred    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Stallion or Colt 2yrs +
Class 601
Shetland Standard Stallion    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
4 Years Old & Over
Class 602
Shetland Standard Mare or Gelding    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
With or without foal at foot, 4 years old and over.
Class 603
Shetland Foal - Standard or Mini    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any sex.
Class 604
Shetland Standard Yearling    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 605
Shetland Standard 2 & 3 Year Olds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any sex.
Class 606
Miniature Shetland    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Stallion 4yrs +
Class 607
Miniature Shetland    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding 4 years and over. With or without foal at foot.
Class 608
Miniature Shetland Yearling    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 609
Miniature Shetland    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
2 years old.
Class 610
Miniature Shetland    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
3 years old.
Class 611
Shetland Coloured Standard or Miniature    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any age or sex. (any colour other than Black)
Class 612
Miniature Horse Yearling    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 613
Miniature Horse 2 & 3 Year Olds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 614
Miniature Horse 4 Years & Over    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 615
Miniature Horse Arab/ Hack Type    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any age
Class 616
Miniature Horse Draught/ Cob Type    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Any age
Class 617
Young Handlers of the Future 11 years & Under    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding 4 years & Over, Not Exceeding 14.2hh - Hard Hats to be Worn – Judged on Skill of Handling
Class 618
Young Handlers of the Future 12 - 16 Years    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or Gelding 4yrs & Over – Any Height Hard Hats to be Worn – Judged on Skill of Handling
Class 701
BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Open Ridden (Welsh A, B, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 702
BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Open Ridden (Highland, Fell, Dales)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 703
BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Open Ridden (New Forest & Connemara)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 704
BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Open Ridden (Welsh Section C)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 705
BSPS Heritage Mountain & Moorland Open Ridden (Welsh Section D)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Class 706
BSPS Heritage Mountain and Moorland Open Lead Rein    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Registered Pure Bred Mare or Gelding 4 yrs. old or over, not exceeding 122cms. Riders not to have attained their 9th. birthday before 1st. January in the current year
Class 707
BSPS Heritage Mountain and Moorland Open First Ridden    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Registered Pure Bred Mare or Gelding 4 yrs. Old or over, not exceeding 128cms. Riders not to have attained their 12th. birthday before 1st. January in the current year
Class 708
BSPS Heritage Young Riders Mountain & Moorland Small Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
RIDDEN Registered Pure Bred Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh Section A or B, Mare or Gelding 4 years old or over. Riders not to have attained their 18th birthday before 1st January in the current year.
Class 709
BSPS Heritage Young Riders Mountain & Moorland Large Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Registered Pure Bred Connemara, Dales, Highland, New Forest, Fell, Welsh Section C or D, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over. Riders not to have Attained their 18th birthday before 1st January in the current year
Class 710
Lead Rein Show Pony/ Show Hunter Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Not Exceeding 9yrs & 12.2hh
Class 711
First Ridden Show Pony/ Show Hunter Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Not Exceeding 12 yrs & 13.2hh
Class 712
Ridden Show Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Not Exceeding 14.2hh Rider Any Age
Class 713
Ridden Show Hunter Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Not Exceeding 15hh Rider Any Age
Class 714
Ridden Part Bred Welsh    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Includes Lead Rein Exhibits (9yrs 12.2hh) or Any Height Rider Any Age
Class 801
Ridden Pure Bred Irish Draught    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Affiliated to the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) and only horses registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) and in the correct ownership are eligible for entry. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form and entries will be sent to the IDHS (GB) prior to the Show to confirm eligibility
Class 802
Ridden Part Bred Irish Draught    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Affiliated to the Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) and only horses registered with or overstamped by the IDHS (GB) and in the correct ownership are eligible for entry. Registration numbers to be stated on the entry form and entries will be sent to the IDHS (GB) prior to the Show to confirm eligibility
Class 803
Blue Chip Flat Ridden Sport Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
These classes are for 4 ,5,6 year old and over athletic horses that have the conformation and movement to go to the top of their sphere., All horses must exceed 148cm (14.2hh approx). Riders must have proof of horse’s age (ie: registration document, passport). All ages date from 1st January, Horses will be required to give a short individual show of walk, trot and canter, of approx 1 minute, to be awarded marks out of a possible 20 for each pace. Lengthened strides in trot and canter must be shown Marks for type and temperament will be awarded out of a possible 10 for type and 10 for tempermant. All horses are required for a conformation assessment to be awarded marks out of a possible 50. Shows must select Sport Horse Judges from the recommended Panel. All entries in Sport Horse classes must be on the Society’s Basic Identity Record or Stud Book.Snaffle bridles must be worn as per rules for British Eventing dressage. Bitless bridles and Wilkie snaffles are not allowed. Age should be taken into consideration. Martingales are not allowed but neck straps are permitted. Horses will enter the ring as a class and be seen in walk, trot and canter before being called in and asked to do an individual show. Vouchers 1st - £30 2nd - £6th £10 a Blue Chip Cap & Qualifying Rosette will be awarded to every competitor who qualifies, a Horse May Only Qualify once and if already qualified the qualification will pass down the line – The best 4,5 & 6 yo & Over, enabling 3 horses to qualify for the finals per qualifying class. In the event there are no horses from a particular age group, the qualification will pass down the line. Class Winner Eligible for Supreme Ridden of Show
Class 804
BSHA Ladies Side Saddle Horse of The Year    
Entry Fee:
£27.00
Info:
Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association. Horses must be registered with the Association and all Owners, Exhibitors and Riders must be Association Members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form. Class 804 is a qualifier for the 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 fifth will go forward. No Horse lower than fifth place will qualify. Horses competing at the Horse of the Year Show and qualifying shows in The Hunter sections of The Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain classes at their Affiliated Shows cannot compete in Hack, Cobs and Riding Horse classes at the same show, on the same day and vice versa. This does not apply to SHB (GB) Ridden Sport Horse classes. Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, to be ridden by a lady side-saddle. Open to all horses registered with the BSHA. – Subject to a levy of £12,00 , All Riders, Owners and Producers must be Members of the British Show Horse Association. . Exhibits will be required to gallop/extend together during the Go Round phase. This class will be run in accordance with the general rules as set out in the Horse of the Year Show rulebook, a copy of which can be downloaded from "http://www.hoys.co.uk" www.hoys.co.uk. This class is a qualifying class for Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 4th - 8th October 2017. Qualification will not pass below 5th place, with the exception of the BSHA National Championship Show. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office.- Please Fill in a HOYS Entry Form – Class Winner Eligible for Supreme Ridden of Show
Class 805
SHB (GB) Novice Ridden Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Mare or gelding four years old and over, not having won a first prize of £60 or a total of £200 (or equivalent values) in prize money in any SHB(GB) affiliated Ridden Hunter Classes at home or abroad, before 1st January in the current year, excepting all prize money awarded as a four year old. This does not apply to Novice Working Hunter Classes. Any horse that qualifies for Horse of the Year Show in a Ridden Hunter Class (not including Working Hunter Classes) will not be eligible to compete in Novice classes from 1st January the following year, but horses that qualified for HOYS as a 4 year old are exempt. Class Winner Eligible for Supreme Ridden of Show
Class 806
Ridden Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Exceeding 15hh Not Ridden By The Judge
Class 807
Small Ridden Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£24.00
Info:
RIHS 2017 Qualifier
Any mare or gelding, 4 years old or over exceeding 148 cm (14.2hh approx) but not exceeding 158 cm (15.2hh approx). A horse, which is registered as a Small Hunter, cannot compete in an Open Weight Class.
Class 808
Ridden Lightweight Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£24.00
Info:
RIHS 2017 Qualifier
Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying up to 79.5kgs (12 stone 7lbs).
Class 809
Ridden Middleweight Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£24.00
Info:
RIHS 2017 Qualifier
Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying 79.5kgs (12stone 7lbs) and not exceeding 89kgs (14 stone)
Class 810
Ridden Heavyweight Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£24.00
Info:
RIHS 2017 Qualifier
Mare or gelding, 4 years old or over, capable of carrying over 89kgs (14 stone)
Class 811
In Hand Hunter/ Sport Horse/ Irish Draught    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Yearling to Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 812
In Hand Hunter/ Sport Horse/ Irish Draught    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated 2 Yr Old to Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 813
In Hand Hunter/ Sport Horse/ Irish Draught    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated 3 Year Old to Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 814
In Hand Hunter/ Sport Horse/ Irish Draught    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated Foal to Exceed 15hh at Maturity
Class 815
In Hand Hunter/ Sport Horse/ Irish Draught    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated 4yrs & Over to Exceed 15hh
Class 901
Lead Rein Working Hunter Pony (0.30m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
9yrs & 12.2hh
Class 902
Working Hunter Pony Cradle Stakes (0.50m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
10yrs – 12.2hh
Class 903
Working Hunter Pony Nursery Stakes (0.55m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
12yrs – 13.2hh
Class 904
Working Hunter Pony (0.75m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open Not Exceeding 13.2hh
Class 905
Working Hunter Pony (0.85m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open 13.2 – 14.2hh
Class 906
Working Hunter Pony (0.95m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open 14.2 – 15.2hh
Class 907
Working Hunter Pony (1.10m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Open Exceeding 15.2hh
Class 908
BSHA The Cuddy Horse of the Year Show Working Hunter Qualifier    
Entry Fee:
£27.00
Info:
Run under the Affiliation and Rules of The British Show Horse Association Subject to a Levy of £12.00 Please Fill in a HOYS Entry Form – A mare, gelding or stallion (competing stallions must have a red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail) 4 years old and over exceeding 148cm (14.2hh approx) to be judged in accordance with the rules Grade A Show-jumpers and Advanced Event horses are not eligible to compete in these classes. Any horse which has qualified as a Grade A Show Jumper or Advanced Event Horse as at 1st January in the current year is not eligible to compete in Working Hunter classes. The maximum total points available is 100. This is made up of: Jumping points = Max 40 points, Style & Presence whilst Jumping = Max 20 points, Ride = Max 20 points, Conformation = max 20 points Fences to be a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 12 in number and a maximum height of 1.14m (3ft 9ins) at the discretion of the Judges. Fences should have a natural appearance and not be easily dislodged. No unnumbered obstacle can be included in the course. The manner of going to be taken into account. No change of rider or tack will be allowed (unless a horse is ridden under side-saddle, in which case, in order to allow the judge to ride, the saddle may be changed for the riding phase only). A rider can ride up to two horses in the jumping phase but then must select only one horse to take forward into the ride and conformation section if so required (no change of rider is allowed). A safety hat according to Rule 3.(C) of the current BSHA Rule Book must be worn by ALL competitors in the jumping phase of Working Hunter Classes. Skull caps must have a navy blue or black cover. No hind boots or bandages of any description are allowed in the collecting ring, warm up or in the actual class. On completion of the jumping phase ALL CLEAR ROUNDS and any other horses the judges may require should be asked to return to the ring. If a horse positively stops, ceases to go forwards at any time during its jumping round, or turns its quarters to a fence, or has a complete turnaround these constitute refusals. If a horse jumps the incorrect fence out of a pen or lane it will be eliminated. Horses displaying continued disobedience, or horses leaving the ring whether mounted or dismounted will be eliminated. Penalties: First Refusal 15 Second Refusal 20 Third Refusal Elimination Jumping Knockdown 10 (BSJA Rules apply for the definition of a knockdown) Fall of Horse or Rider Elimination This class is a qualifying class for Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham, 4th - 8th October 2017. Qualification will not pass below 3rd place, with the exception of the BSHA National Championship show. Qualification will be verified by the Horse of the Year Show office. Class Winner Eligible for Supreme Ridden of Show Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association. Horses must be registered with the Association and all Owners, Exhibitors and Riders must be Association Members. Riders must be 15 years of age or older. Registration numbers must be quoted on entry form.Class 908 is a qualifier for the 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. No Horse lower than third place will qualify.Horses competing at the Horse of the Year Show and qualifying shows in The Hunter sections of The Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain classes at their Affiliated Shows cannot compete in Hack, Cobs and Riding Horse classes at the same show, on the same day and vice versa. This does not apply to SHB (GB) Ridden Sport Horse classes
Class 909
Working Hunter Mountain & Moorland Nursery Stakes (0.60m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
12yrs -13.2
Class 910
Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter Pony (0.70m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Pony Not Exceeding 13hh
Class 911
Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter Pony (0.80m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Pony 13hh – 14hh
Class 912
Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter Pony (0.90m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Pony Exceeding 14hh
Class 913
Novice Working Hunter Pony (0.65m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated not Exceeding 14.2
Class 914
Novice Working Hunter Horse (0.80m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Info:
Unaffiliated exceeding 14.2hh

Show Secretary: Derbyshire County Show
Derbyshire,
Mobile: 07854317335, Email: lighthorses@derbyshirecountyshow.org.uk


Location
Locko Park, Nr Spondon , Derbyshire DE217BW
Map Link: DE217BW

Show Information
No calls after 9pm please & messages left will be returned.
Closing Date, Postage & Change of Entries: ALL Light Horse Section Entries Close Monday 29th May PROMPT (Postmarked) & Online by Midnight of 31st May. Please use - Signed For /Recorded / Special Delivery for guaranteed delivery, We are not responsible for entries that go missing in the post.
LATE ENTRIES WILL STRICTLY NOT BE ACCEPTED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES

Contact In Case of Emergency, Veterinary Cover & Farrier The Horse Section Mobile Phone will be answered where possible but please don’t rely on this being answered for directions, delays & class information and keep the line clear for emergencies. 07854317335. Veterinary assistance will only be called for if requested by the owner/ rider, unless it is a major emergency or the rider is incapacitated. A Farrier has been booked and should be onsite from 8am.

Payment Details & Event Fees
Entries in advance using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Derbyshire County Show.
You will receive an email confirmation of your class entry and payment.

Stabling Information: Yes
No Stabling is Available on the Showground: Stabling Arrangements in the locality are listed On the Webpage, and are not situated on the show ground. Off Site stabling is to be arranged with the competitor and the stable owners directly, Derbyshire County Show do not have any liability for off - site stabling and arrangements, this is up to the competitor to check facilities etc prior to booking

Prize Information
Derbyshire County Show will award Rosettes to 6th Place in each Class.

Withdrawals/Refunds
Class Eligibility / Refunds Please ensure you are eligible to compete in the classes you are entering. Contact numbers for the Societies can be found on the internet. NO REFUNDS for errors on entries will be given if you are rejected by the Society governing the classes you enter. NO EXCEPTIONS. Please contact the relevant society early on to ensure that you are able to enter, and don’t leave it until the week before the Entry Closing date.

Terms & Conditions
1. Conditions of entry - the object of the Society in offering prizes for neat livestock is to promote improvements in the breeding of stock. Judges will be instructed to disqualify all animals exhibited as store stock if, in their opinion, such animals are over fed for breeding purposes. Where animals are adjudged to be of equal merit, preference will be given to purebred animals. 2. Ownership of animals - every exhibit must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor at the time of entry. 3. Entries to be made in writing - forms of entry for the various classes will be found in the appropriate schedule. Other written entries will be accepted provided that all the information required is given. All entries must be signed and forwarded to the Secretary by the closing date for the class. No extension of closing dates will be permitted. The fees and closing dates for the classes are found in the schedules. 4. Correctness of Entries - every Exhibitor shall be held responsible for the correctness of his or her entry. If when called upon to prove its correctness the exhibitor fails to do so, the entry may not be accepted, cancelled if already accepted, or the exhibit may be disqualified. 5. Entries from minors - entries from persons under 18 years of age shall only be accepted where the entry has been countersigned by the exhibitor’s parent, trustee or guardian, who shall be held responsible for the correctness of the entry and for compliance with the regulations of the show. Any entry made in contravention of this rule and inadvertently accepted may be cancelled. 6. Judges interest in entries - Exhibitors are particularly requested to note the name of the judge appointed for all classes which they wish to enter and are advised in the interests of all concerned not to knowingly enter an animal which has been owned or bred by the judge. Where the judge has a continuing business or financial relationship with an exhibitor he/she should not judge an animal entered by that exhibitor whether or not the animal concerned forms part of that business relationship. Where the judge has had a past financial or breeding interest in an animal he/she should not judge it. In such cases the Ring Steward in conjunction with the Chief Steward will make arrangements for the exhibit to be finally placed by another judge. 7. Substitution of Judges - the Committee reserve the right in their absolute discretion to change the identity of the judge for any classes from the one previously announced. 8. Entries not accepted - the Society may in their absolute discretion refuse to accept any entry, the entry will be returned along with any fee and no correspondence will be entered into with regard to the nonacceptance. 9. Number of entries - any number of entries may be made, unless otherwise stated in the class schedule, in each class upon the payment of the appropriate fee. 10. Nomination of exhibits - the name of the Exhibit (except in the case of commercial sheep and cattle) together with its sex must be stated on the certificate of entry. In Horse classes it must be stated whether the exhibit is a colt, gelding, filly, mare or stallion. Substitutions are not permitted in any of the classes except in the show jumping section. In other classes only the nominated animal will be permitted to parade for judging. 11. Age of exhibits - Pedigree Cattle and Goat Classes, date of birth of each animal must be stated on entry. Horse and sheep the year of birth must be stated in the entry. There are no restrictions as to date of birth or date of purchase of horses competing in the show jumping classes. Exhibitors are advised to check in the class schedule for particular age requirements relating to the class in which they are exhibiting. 12. Identification of exhibits - Exhibits shall only be identified by the Show number corresponding to the list in the Entry Book kept by the Secretary and by no other means. This does not apply to owner’s security markings or ear tags. 13. Cancellation of Classes - In the event of there being insufficient entries the Society reserves the right, in its absolute discretion to amalgamate or cancel classes. If the class is cancelled the entry fees will be returned. Exhibitors will be informed before the show if this is being done. 14. Withholding Prizes - a judge may withhold any prize or prizes if, in his/her opinion, an exhibit is of insufficient merit. 15. Number of Prizes – Animals competing in more than one class shall be eligible to take more than one prize 16. Exhibitors Risk and Responsibility - Neither the SOCIETY NOR ANY OF ITS OFFICERS OR SERVANTS SHALL BE IN ANY WAY RESPONSIBLE or accountable for anything that may happen (from any cause or circumstances whatsoever) to exhibitors or their servants or agents or to any exhibit or to any vehicle carrying any exhibit or anything else brought into the Showground or for anything else arising out of the Society’s Show. EACH EXHIBITOR shall be solely responsible for any consequential or other loss or injury or damage done to or commissioned by or arising from any animal or article exhibited by him or her and shall indemnify the Society against all legal or other proceedings in regard thereto. All exhibitors MUST have minimum Public Liability Insurance cover of £1 million in place. A copy of your Public Liability Insurance Certificate MUST accompany your entry form. 17. Dispatch of Trophies and Prize Money – Trophies can be collected from the Trophy Secretary after the Grand Parade. Cheques for prizes awarded at the Show will be sent by post to the exhibitors concerned 28 days after the Show. Exhibitors are responsible for the safekeeping, whilst in their possession, and return of the trophies before the show. 18. Parade of Exhibits –All first, second, third and trophy winners in the various Livestock Section (with the exception of goats) MUST parade in the Grand Parade. Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of prize money. Sheep Champions will be expected to parade – trailers will be provided to transport Sheep Champions to the Main Ring. 19. Time for Delivery of Exhibits - unless the class schedule states otherwise, all exhibits must be on the showground by 8.30am on the show day or one hour before the stated judging time. In the case of unavoidable delay judges have discretion to permit admission. Any infringement of this rule may result in the disqualification of the exhibit. 20. Removal of Exhibits - livestock (other than light horses) may not be removed from the Showground until after the Grand Parade. Other exhibits may not be removed until 5.00pm on the day of the Show or in the case of on-going classes before the close of the day’s events. 21. Protests - any exhibitor wishing to lodge a protest against any other exhibitor must do so at the Secretary’s Office not later than 5.00pm on the day of the show, or in the case of on-going classes, not later than the close of the day’s events, on the day upon which the class is being judged. The protester must lodge a fee of £15 for each protest, which shall be forfeit if the protest is found to have been frivolous or vexatious by the Council of the Society. Member of the Council having an interest in a protest shall not be present when that protest is considered by the Council. 22. Disputes - any dispute as to the interpretation of these rules, or with regard to the determination of any matter arising out of their infringement or any protest lodged by an exhibitor at the show shall be referred to the Council of the Society for settlement whose decision shall be final and binding. 23. Health and Safety Regulations at Agricultural Shows - In accordance with Health and Safety Regulations all livestock exhibitors/stock attendants and all horse exhibitors and competitors must comply with the above. 24. All Animals must be Restrained - by halter, tether, leash or other means except as required at the time of judging. In the Livestock Section every animal must have secure headgear at the time of judging and all animals must be double-tied to the cattle lines 25. Conduct of Exhibitors and their Servants - Exhibitors shall be responsible for the behaviour of their servants or agents and for the consequences of any misconduct of any servants or agents. 26. The Judges Decision shall be final. 27. Litter - It is the responsibility of Exhibitors to remove all litter (except animal bedding) accruing in their display area. Failure to do so will result in the cost incurred being recoverable from the Exhibitor. 28. Sale of Food and Drink - is strictly prohibited unless prior authorization has been granted in writing by the General Secretary. 29. Variation in Rules - where there is variation between the rules of the Society and those of other events, breed societies and other associated bodies, then the rules of the Derbyshire Agricultural & Horticultural Society shall take precedence and in all cases the decision of the Council of the Society shall be final. 30. Data Protection - Exhibitors names and address will be published in show publications unless the Society is specifically instructed otherwise. 31 Refunds – Under no circumstances will Entry fees be refunded in the case of cancellation of entries by an Exhibitor. 31. Cancellation Policy – The Society reserves the right to postpone, cancel, abandon or curtail the Show. Where such decision arises from directives, happenings or circumstances outside the control of the Society, the Society will refund fees, once any administration fees have been deducted. The Society will not be under any liability for any loss or damage (whether direct or indirect, consequential or otherwise) arising from or caused by a cancellation, abandonment or curtailment.

 

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