Moores Farm Equestrian Centre Junior British Show Jumping

Moores Farm Equestrian Centre Junior British Show Jumping (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sat, Dec 1, 2018
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Starting Times:
9:30am start

Class 0
Clear Round Show Jumping (0.75m)    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
British Showjumping Tack Rules, Conduct Rules & Welfare Policy apply. Payable at the ring side height 75cm
Class 1
Springboard 128cm/ 138cm Restricted Handicap (0.90m - 1m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A6  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£13.00
Prizes:
£25.00, £18.00, £15.00, £13.00, £13.00
Info:
Rule 415. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Table A. Two Rounds not against the clock. All equal first in Round One will go forward to Round Two over a shortened course. For registered ponies not exceeding 138cms, to be ridden by Junior Members, ages in accordance with Rule 77.12 & 77.13. This competition is open to all but for qualification purposes: In the 128cms Section Junior riders are eligible to enter, irrespective of Points achieved, before the calendar year in which the age of 10 years is reached. Riders who reach the age of 10 years and over in the current calendar year must not have won a total of 500 Points. (as of 01.08.2017 pony/rider combination). In the 138cms Section, Pony riders are eligible to enter, irrespective of Points achieved, before the calendar year in which the age of 12 is reached. Riders who reach the age 12 years and over in the current calendar year must not have won a total of 850 Points. (as of 01.08.2017 pony/rider combination). Junior Riders are not eligible to enter the 138cms section until the calendar year in which their 8th birthday is reached. 128cms Ponies are not permitted to enter the 138cms section. Once riders have competed at, or have ‘ever’ qualified for RIHS or HOYS on any height pony they are no longer eligible to compete in the Final. Pony/rider combinations who have accrued points on the Pony Gold League are not eligible to compete in the final of this competition. Qualifies for: Springboard Final. Qualifying Period: 1st August-31st January. Numbers to Qualify: Two double clears to qualify for the Final. Qualification is pony/rider combination. Ponies in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification. In order to compete in the Final, all qualified competitors ages must be in accordance with the Rule 77.12 & 77.13 in the year of the Final. No rider may compete more than three ponies in the same section.
Class 2
Winter 128cms/ 138cms - First Round (1.05m - 1.10m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A7  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£14.00
Prizes:
£30.00, £20.00, £16.00, £14.00, £14.00
Info:
Rule 514 & 512. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 138cm Section: For registered ponies that have won 30 Points or more exceeding 128cms but not exceeding 138cms to be ridden by Pony or Junior Members (ages in accordance with Rule 77.12). Pony riders are not eligible to compete before the calendar year in which their 8th birthday is reached. Qualifies for: Winter 138cms Second Round Competition. Qualifying period: September to January. Numbers to qualify: Two double clears (subject to revision). 128cm Section: For registered ponies that have won 30 Points or more not exceeding 128cms to be ridden by Junior Members (ages in accordance with Rule 77.13). Junior riders are not eligible to compete before the calendar year in which their 8th birthday is reached. Qualifies for: Winter 128cms Second Round Competition. Qualifying period: September to January. Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify (subject to revision). Dispensation will be given to run the winter 128cms and winter 138cms First Rounds as a handicap competition. If run as a Handicap, pony riders will be given dispensation to ride up to three ponies in each height section. This class will split in the event of 20 starters or more and two sets of prize money awarded. No rider may ride more than three ponies in the same competition, in accordance with rule 77.6.
Class 3
Pony Intro 80cm Open (0.80m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A7  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£13.00
Prizes:
£25.00, £18.00, £16.00, £13.00, £13.00
Info:
For registered ponies in Grades: JA, JC & JD to be ridden by junior members. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6
Class 4
Pikeur Pony Winter Novice Championship Qualifier (0.80m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A7  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£14.00
Prizes:
£30.00, £22.00, £18.00, £14.00, £14.00
Info:
Rule 410. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered ponies in grade JD which have not won a total of 150 points, to be ridden by Junior Members, ages as per Rule 77.12/77.13. The first 8 ponies qualify for the final, held at the Blue Chip Winter Championships. Qualification does not pass down the line. Qualifiers must jump clear in the first round. There will be dual qualification of double clears for the Pony British Novice first round. Riders who qualify must submit their details at www.bluechipchamps.co.uk to register their qualification.
Class 5
Pony Discovery / 90cm Open - First Round (0.90m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A7  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£14.00
Prizes:
£30.00, £20.00, £16.00, £14.00, £14.00
Info:
Rule 408. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Discovery: For registered ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 300 Points to be ridden by Junior Members, ages as per Rule 77.12/77.13. Qualifies for: Pony Discovery Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify for: Those ponies which jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four Pony Discovery First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony Discovery Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Ponies in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain their double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular Pony Discovery First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. 90cm Open: For registered ponies, to be ridden by Junior Members. If combined with an open: In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split with two sets of prize money. Ponies may enter one section only.
Class 6
Blue Chip Pony Newcomers/ 1m Open (both to Inc The Pony Restricted Rider Qualifier) - First Round (1.00m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A7  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£35.00, £25.00, £18.00, £15.00, £15.00
Info:
Rule 406 & 416. First place rosette kindly sponsored by Blue Chip In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split and two sets of prize money awarded. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Blue Chip Pony Newcomers is for registered Ponies in Grade JC & JD that have not won a total of 500 points to be ridden by Junior Members. Qualifies for: Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four Blue Chip Pony Newcomers First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony Newcomers Second Round. The Open Section is open to all. Registered ponies competing in either the Open or the Newcomers Section, ridden by Junior Members who have not won a total of 500 Points are eligible for double clear qualification for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Championship. Riders who have accrued points on the Pony Gold League are not eligible to compete in the Restricted Rider 1.00m Final. Qualifies for: Four double clears will qualify for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Championship to be held at the British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April. Qualification is Pony/rider Combination. Ponies may compete in one section only.
Class 7
Pony Foxhunter / 1.10m Open (Both inc The Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship) - First Round (1.10m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A7  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Prizes:
£40.00, £30.00, £20.00, £16.00, £16.00
Info:
Rule 404 & 417. In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split and two sets of prize money awarded. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Pony Foxhunter First Round is for ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 700 Points to be ridden by Junior Members. Qualifies for: Pony Foxhunter Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in the Second Round. The Open Section is open to all. Registered ponies competing in either the Open or the Foxhunter Section, ridden by Junior members who have not won more than a total of 350 Points in the previous calendar year are eligible for double clear qualification for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship. Riders who have accrued points on the Pony Gold League are not eligible to compete in the Restricted Rider 1.10m Final. Qualifies for: Four double clears will qualify for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship to be held at the British Showjumping National Championships. Qualification is pony/rider combination.
Class 8
National Pony 1.15m Members Cup Championship Qualifier (1.15m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
Two Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Prizes:
£40.00, £30.00, £20.00, £16.00, £16.00
Info:
Rule 400. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered ponies to be ridden by Junior Members. This competition is open to all, but for qualification purposes, those pony/rider combinations that have been placed in a Winter JA Classic or Pony Show Jumper of the Year will not be eligible to compete in the final. Qualifies for: The British Showjumping National Championships Qualifying period 1st July-30th June. Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify (subject to revision). Qualification is pony/rider combination.

Show Secretary: Lauren Betteridge
Corse Lawn, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 4LY
Tel: 01452 780500, Mobile: 01452780284, Email: mfec@btconnect.com


Location
Moores Farm Equestrian Centre, Corse Lawn , Gloucestershire GL194LY
Map Link: gl194ly

Payment Details & Event Fees
You can book using our Secure Online Entry System www.myridinglife.com.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Moores Farm Equestrian Centre.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.
PLEASE NOTE: we will no long accept cheques on the day of a show! Cash only.
First Aid £2.50 per horse, max £5 per show

Terms & Conditions
Shows will be run under either British Showjumping, BE, BD, BSPS, or NSPS rules. Rules will be in secretary’s office.
Entries close on the day, unless otherwise stated on the schedule.
The organisers reserve the right to refuse any entrant without assigning a reason.
All competitors take part at their own risk. The organisers do not hold themselves responsible for any accident that may occur to any horse, pony, rider, spectator or property.
Protective headgear, must be worn whilst mounted on the showground.
In the event of insufficient starters lower prizes may be withheld.
All prize money won must be collected from the secretary before the end of the show. We will not hold prizes over.
The organisers have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health & safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid & prevent accidents happening & must obey the instructions of the organisers, officials & stewards.
No one should allow a stallion for which he/she is responsible as owner, lessee, authorised agent or rider to compete or be prepared in any competition without taking adequate precautions to ensure members of the public & their animals are not put at risk of injury.
ALL DOGS MUST BE ON LEADS & UNDER CONTROL AT ALL TIMES.
Please ensure that the correct foot wear Jodhpur boots or with gaiters or long riding boots only & show jackets are to be worn for all competitions, Pony club jumpers will be allowed at the children’s shows.
Please DO NOT tie your horses/ponies up to the side of the lorries/trailers
No refunds given on entries fees or private hire unless veterinary certificate is produced.
Only horses/ponies that have been entered for classes /paid for clear round can use the facilities this is due to Insurance purposes.

 

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