Rectory Farm Senior British Show Jumping (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Thu, Aug 11, 2022 to Sat, Aug 13, 2022
Closing Date
Mon, Aug 8, 2022
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Starting Times:

No Clear Round. Start Time According to Entries


Class 1
Equissage Pulse Senior British Novice/ 90cm Open - First Round (0.90m)    
Day:
Thu
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£50.00, £35.00, £25.00, £22.00, £20.00, £20.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by Jaime Fry. Jaime Fry is a BSJA accredited coach, available to teach all levels of showjumping and general schooling. Contact number: 07740942669 Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members a) For horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 125 points. Four Double Clears will qualify - in accordance with Rule 316.6. b) For all horses born on or after 1 January 2018 irrespective of points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of four years or under in the same calendar year as the British Novice Final - in accordance with Rule 316.6. Qualifies for: Senior British Novice Championship - Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May - 30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four British Novice First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in the British Novice Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A rules (Rule 191). Horses in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain a double clear round qualification. If combined with an open: In Category 1 Shows and in the event of 30 starters or more the Open and the British Novice section will be split with two sets of prize money awarded. In Category 2 Shows the sections must always be split with two sets of prize money awarded, irrespective of starters. Class 1b - Main Arena - Senior 90cm Open For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only.
Class 2
Nupafeed Supplements Senior Discovery/ 1m Open - First Round (1.00m)    
Day:
Thu
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£50.00, £35.00, £25.00, £22.00, £20.00, £20.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by Agrarian Ltd. Agrarian Ltd is a respected professional architectural and project management practice based in Gloucestershire. Check out their website here: http://www.agrarian-uk.com/ Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. a) For horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 225 points. Four Double Clears will qualify - in accordance with Rule 314.6. b) For all horses born on or after 1 January 2017 irrespective of points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of five years or under in the same calendar year as the Discovery Final - in accordance with Rule 314.6. Qualifies for: Nupafeed Supplements Discovery Championship Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those horses 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 any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in the Senior Discovery Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Horses in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain a double clear round qualification. If combined with an open: In Category 1 Shows and in the event of 30 starters or more the Open and the Discovery section will be split with two sets of prize money awarded. In Category 2 Shows the sections must always be split with two sets of prize money awarded, irrespective of starters. Class 2b For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only.
Class 3
Equitop Senior Newcomers/ 1.10m Open - First Round (1.10m)    
Day:
Thu
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£27.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £75.00, £50.00, £30.00, £26.00, £26.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by Shardeloes Farm Equestrian Centre The Equestrian Centre at Shardeloes Farm is a long established family run business boasting 530 acres of rolling countryside and spectacular views nestled in an area of outstanding natural beauty above the picturesque town of Old Amersham in the beautiful Chiltern Hills. Check out their website here: https://www.shardeloesfarm.com/ 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. Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. (a) For registered horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 375 points. Four double clears will qualify - in accordance with rule 312.6 (b) For all horses born on or after 1st January 2016, irrespective of Points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of six years or under in the same calendar year as the Newcomers Final - in accordance with Rule 312.6. Qualifies for: Senior Newcomers Second Round. Qualifying period: The Senior Newcomers Second Round qualifying period for 2021/2022 (2022 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '21– 30 April '22 (subject to revision). The Senior Newcomers Second Round qualifying period for 2022/2023 (2023 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '22– 30 April '23 (subject to revision). Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Senior Newcomers First Round competitions in any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in a Senior Newcomers Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). To obtain a double clear qualification, even if the horse is the only clear round, it must jump a jump-off round and jump clear to gain a double clear round. If combined with an open: In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split with two sets of prize money. Class 3b For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. 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.
Class 4
Senior Foxhunter/ 1.20m Open - First Round (1.20m)    
Day:
Thu
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  350mpm
Entry Fee:
£28.00
Prizes:
£150.00, £100.00, £75.00, £60.00, £40.00, £28.00
Info:
Prize fund in Class A kindly sponsored by Charly Edwards Equestrian Charly Edwards Equestrian specialise in breaking and producing young horses for top sport showjumping. Check out their website here: https://charlyedwardsequestrian.com/ First place rosette kindly sponsored by Equitop GLME 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 will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. (a) For registered horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 700 points. Four double clears will qualify - in accordance with rule 310.6 (b) For all registered horses born on or after 1 January 2015, irrespective of points. Horses will be eligible for double clear qualification to attend second rounds providing they reach the age of seven years or under in the same calendar year as the Foxhunter Final - in accordance with rule 310.6 Four double clears will qualify. Qualifies for: The Senior Foxhunter Second Round. Qualifying period: The Senior Foxhunter Second Round qualifying period for 2021/2022 (2022 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '21 - 30 April '22 inclusive. The Senior Foxhunter Second Round qualifying period for 2022/2023 (2023 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '22 – 30 April '23 (subject to revision). Numbers to qualify: Those horses that jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Senior Foxhunter First Round competitions in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money. Horses in the class must go into the jump off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification. Those horses that have competed in the Senior Foxhunter Championship in 2021 are not eligible for qualification to the 2022 Championship. If combined with an open: In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split with two sets of prize money. Class 4b For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. 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 will be withheld. Rule - 76.6
Class 5
National 1.30m Open (1.30m)    
Day:
Thu
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£32.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £32.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by HEROS and Marlborough Horse Transport HEROS provides a life after racing for horses as well as offering a range of education options for youngsters. Check out their website here: https://heroscharity.org/ Marlborough Horse Transport offer a wide range of bespoke equine transportation, specializing in racehorse travel. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 • National 1.30m Open: Open to registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate and Junior Members. Qualifies for: The British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st July-30th June. Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify to the final. Double clear qualifications will not be obtained from one round competitions (e.g. Table A4 or Table A (1 Round))
Class 6
National 1.40m Open (1.40m)    
Day:
Thu
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£40.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £300.00, £200.00, £100.00, £50.00, £40.00, £40.00, £40.00, £40.00, £40.00
Info:
Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Qualifies for: National 1.40m Championship at the British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st July - 30th June Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify to the final. Also any two double clears from any International Trial or Area Trial or classes 1.40m or above in the qualifying period will qualify for the Final. Double clear qualifications will not be obtained from one round competitions (e.g. Table A4 or Table A (1 Round))
Class 7
Equissage Pulse Senior British Novice/ 90cm Open - First Round (0.90m)    
Day:
Fri
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£50.00, £35.00, £25.00, £22.00, £20.00, £20.00
Info:
Prize fund in Class A kindly sponsored by Poppy Stronge Sport Horses Poppy Stronge Sport Horses specialise in producing and selling top quality young horses that go on to be successful in any chosen sphere. Check out their website here: https://www.poppystronge.co.uk/ Prize fund in Class B kindly sponsored by Cotswold Horsebox Hire With Cotswold Horsebox Hire you can hire a straightforward 3.5 tonne horsebox that's perfect for half day activities or full days away from home. Check out their website here: https://www.cotswoldhorseboxhire.co.uk/index Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members a) For horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 125 points. Four Double Clears will qualify - in accordance with Rule 316.6. b) For all horses born on or after 1 January 2018 irrespective of points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of four years or under in the same calendar year as the British Novice Final - in accordance with Rule 316.6. Qualifies for: Senior British Novice Championship - Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May - 30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four British Novice First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in the British Novice Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A rules (Rule 191). Horses in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain a double clear round qualification. If combined with an open: In Category 1 Shows and in the event of 30 starters or more the Open and the British Novice section will be split with two sets of prize money awarded. In Category 2 Shows the sections must always be split with two sets of prize money awarded, irrespective of starters. Class 1b - Main Arena - Senior 90cm Open For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only.
Class 8
Nupafeed Supplements Senior Discovery/ 1m Open - First Round (1.00m)    
Day:
Fri
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£50.00, £35.00, £25.00, £22.00, £20.00, £20.00
Info:
Prize fund in Class A kindly sponsored by The Loffet Family Prize fund in Class B kindly sponsored by Fivale Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. a) For horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 225 points. Four Double Clears will qualify - in accordance with Rule 314.6. b) For all horses born on or after 1 January 2017 irrespective of points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of five years or under in the same calendar year as the Discovery Final - in accordance with Rule 314.6. Qualifies for: Nupafeed Supplements Discovery Championship Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those horses 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 any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in the Senior Discovery Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Horses in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain a double clear round qualification. If combined with an open: In Category 1 Shows and in the event of 30 starters or more the Open and the Discovery section will be split with two sets of prize money awarded. In Category 2 Shows the sections must always be split with two sets of prize money awarded, irrespective of starters. Class 2b For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only.
Class 9
Equitop Senior Newcomers/ 1.10m Open - First Round (1.10m)    
Day:
Fri
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£26.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £75.00, £50.00, £30.00, £26.00, £26.00
Info:
Prize fund in Class A kindly sponsored by Mr & Mrs Fernyhough Prize fund in Class B kindly sponsored Joe Fernyhough The Fernyhough family produce quality competition horses from their stud in mid Wales, whilst Joe competes at the highest level of international showjumping. Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/Calcourt-Equestrian-880800341992993/ 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. Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. (a) For registered horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 375 points. Four double clears will qualify - in accordance with rule 312.6 (b) For all horses born on or after 1st January 2016, irrespective of Points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of six years or under in the same calendar year as the Newcomers Final - in accordance with Rule 312.6. Qualifies for: Senior Newcomers Second Round. Qualifying period: The Senior Newcomers Second Round qualifying period for 2021/2022 (2022 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '21– 30 April '22 (subject to revision). The Senior Newcomers Second Round qualifying period for 2022/2023 (2023 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '22– 30 April '23 (subject to revision). Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Senior Newcomers First Round competitions in any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in a Senior Newcomers Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). To obtain a double clear qualification, even if the horse is the only clear round, it must jump a jump-off round and jump clear to gain a double clear round. If combined with an open: In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split with two sets of prize money. Class 9b For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. 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.
Class 10
Senior Foxhunter/ 1.20m Open - First Round (1.20m)    
Day:
Fri
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  350mpm
Entry Fee:
£28.00
Prizes:
£150.00, £100.00, £75.00, £60.00, £40.00, £28.00
Info:
Prize fund in Class A is kindly sponsored by Fiona Hobby Equestrian Coach Fiona is a former 5* Eventer and Showjumper, working with all levels of riders from European Team members to ambitious amateurs. Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/Fiona-Hobby-Equestrian-Coaching-247279722601784/ First place rosette kindly sponsored by Equitop GLME 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 will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. (a) For registered horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 700 points. Four double clears will qualify - in accordance with rule 310.6 (b) For all registered horses born on or after 1 January 2015, irrespective of points. Horses will be eligible for double clear qualification to attend second rounds providing they reach the age of seven years or under in the same calendar year as the Foxhunter Final - in accordance with rule 310.6 Four double clears will qualify. Qualifies for: The Senior Foxhunter Second Round. Qualifying period: The Senior Foxhunter Second Round qualifying period for 2021/2022 (2022 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '21 - 30 April '22 inclusive. The Senior Foxhunter Second Round qualifying period for 2022/2023 (2023 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '22 – 30 April '23 (subject to revision). Numbers to qualify: Those horses that jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Senior Foxhunter First Round competitions in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money. Horses in the class must go into the jump off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification. Those horses that have competed in the Senior Foxhunter Championship in 2021 are not eligible for qualification to the 2022 Championship. If combined with an open: In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split with two sets of prize money. Class 10b For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year. 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 will be withheld. Rule - 76.6
Class 11
National 1.30m Open (1.30m)    
Day:
Fri
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£32.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £32.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by Campbell Sport Horses and Marnie Malgarin Ltd Campbell Sport Horses specialise in producing and selling top quality Showjump and Event horses. Find out more here: https://www.facebook.com/Campbell-Sport-Horses-150159918350710/?ref=page_internal Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. • National 1.30m Open: Open to registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate and Junior Members. Qualifies for: The British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st July-30th June. Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify to the final. Double clear qualifications will not be obtained from one round competitions (e.g. Table A4 or Table A (1 Round))
Class 12
National 1.40m Open (1.40m)    
Day:
Fri
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£40.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £300.00, £200.00, £100.00, £50.00, £40.00, £40.00, £40.00, £40.00, £40.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by Equestrian Surfaces Equestrian Surfaces provide durable, high-quality riding surfaces for all disciplines. Check out their website here: https://www.equestriansurfaces.co.uk/ Horses (or ponies in pony competitions) may compete in one section only. For registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Qualifies for: National 1.40m Championship at the British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st July - 30th June Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify to the final. Also any two double clears from any International Trial or Area Trial or classes 1.40m or above in the qualifying period will qualify for the Final. Double clear qualifications will not be obtained from one round competitions (e.g. Table A4 or Table A (1 Round))
Class 13
Equitop Senior Newcomers - First Round (1.10m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£26.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £75.00, £35.00, £30.00, £26.00, £26.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by The Kent Family Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. (a) For registered horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 375 points. Four double clears will qualify - in accordance with rule 312.6 (b) For all horses born on or after 1st January 2016, irrespective of Points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of six years or under in the same calendar year as the Newcomers Final - in accordance with Rule 312.6. Qualifies for: Senior Newcomers Second Round. Qualifying period: The Senior Newcomers Second Round qualifying period for 2021/2022 (2022 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '21– 30 April '22 (subject to revision). The Senior Newcomers Second Round qualifying period for 2022/2023 (2023 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '22– 30 April '23 (subject to revision). Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jumpoff, in at least four Senior Newcomers First Round competitions in any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in a Senior Newcomers Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). To obtain a double clear qualification, even if the horse is the only clear round, it must jump a jump-off round and jump clear to gain a double clear round. If combined with an open: In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split with two sets of prize money.
Class 14
Senior Foxhunter - First Round (1.20m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  350mpm
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by SoPhysio Saddles SoPhysio Saddles provide expert saddle fittings across all equestrian disciplines. Check out their website here: https://www.sophysiosaddles.com/ First place rosette kindly sponsored by Equitop GLME Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. (a) For registered horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 700 points. Four double clears will qualify - in accordance with rule 310.6 (b) For all registered horses born on or after 1 January 2015, irrespective of points. Horses will be eligible for double clear qualification to attend second rounds providing they reach the age of seven years or under in the same calendar year as the Foxhunter Final - in accordance with rule 310.6 Four double clears will qualify. Qualifies for: The Senior Foxhunter Second Round. Qualifying period: The Senior Foxhunter Second Round qualifying period for 2021/2022 (2022 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '21 - 30 April '22 inclusive. The Senior Foxhunter Second Round qualifying period for 2022/2023 (2023 second rounds and finals) is 1 May '22 – 30 April '23 (subject to revision). Numbers to qualify: Those horses that jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jumpoff, in at least four Senior Foxhunter First Round competitions in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money. Horses in the class must go into the jump off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification. Those horses that have competed in the Senior Foxhunter Championship in 2021 are not eligible for qualification to the 2022 Championship. If combined with an open: In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split with two sets of prize money. Classes 14 & 15 will be run consecutively. There will be one course walk for both classes before class 2. Prize giving for both classes will be after class 3. Two sets of prizes will be awarded.
Class 15
Senior 1.20m Open (1.20m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  350mpm
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by PG Sport Horses Based in the heart of Buckinghamshire, Paul is an International Grand Prix show jumper, UKCC level 3 and BHS accredited coach, sourcing and producing top quality competition horses. Check out his website here: https://www.pgsporthorses.com/ For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year.
Class 16
National 1.30m Open (1.30m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Prizes:
£300.00, £225.00, £150.00, £100.00, £75.00, £50.00
Info:
In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Open to registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate and Junior Members. Qualifies for: The British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st July-30th June. Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify to the final. Double clear qualifications will not be obtained from one round competitions (e.g. Table A4 or Table A (1 Round))
Class 17
Accumulator with Joker (1.20m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£40.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £300.00, £225.00, £150.00, £100.00, £50.00
Info:
Prize fund kindly sponsored by Shardeloes Farm Equestrian Centre The Equestrian Centre at Shardeloes Farm is a long established family run business boasting 530 acres of rolling countryside and spectacular views nestled in an area of outstanding natural beauty above the picturesque town of Old Amersham in the beautiful Chiltern Hills. Check out their website here: https://www.shardeloesfarm.com/ The order of starting must be drawn. This competition takes place over six, eight or 10 obstacles which are progressively more difficult. No combination obstacles are allowed. The progressive difficulty is not solely due to the height and spread of the obstacles, but also to the difficulty of the track. Points are awarded as follows: One point for obstacle No. 1 cleared, two points for No. 2, three points for No. 3 etc. with total of 21, 36 or 55 points. No point is awarded for an obstacle knocked down. Faults other than knock-downs are penalised as for Table A and any of these faults, including time faults, are converted into points and deducted from any jumping points scored. In the event of equality of points for first place, there will be a jump-off against the clock over a shortened course, over obstacles that may be increased in height and/or spread. The obstacles in the jump-off must be jumped in the same order as in the first round and retain their respective points allotted in the first round. This competition may also take place directly against the clock. For the last obstacle of the course, an alternative obstacle may be provided, of which one part may be designated the Joker. The Joker must be more difficult than the alternative obstacle and carry double points. If the Joker is knocked down, the points must be deducted from the total.
Class 18
Grand Prix (1.45m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
A9
Entry Fee:
£60.00
Prizes:
£1,000.00, £750.00, £500.00, £300.00, £200.00, £100.00, £60.00, £60.00, £60.00, £60.00
Info:
To be eligible to compete in the Grand Prix, the rider must have competed in either one of the 1.30m or 1.40m classes on Thursday or Friday. Prize fund kindly sponsored by Empire Coachbuilders Ltd. Empire Coachbuilders brings together over 50 combined years of experience in horsebox manufacturing, servicing, and repairing. Established in 2011, Empire has gone from strength to strength and is now amongst the leading high-quality horsebox manufacturers in the UK. Check out their website here: https://empirecoachbuilders.com/ For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year.

Show Secretary: Rectory Farm Arena
Duntisbourne Abbots, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 7JW
Tel: 01285 821715, Email: arena@rectoryfarm.com


Location
Rectory Farm, Duntisbourne Abbots , Cirencester , Gloucestershire GL77JW
Map Link: Rectory Farm

Show Information

Enter online. Priority to Early Entrants.

Bar on site Thursday and Friday night with a hot meal available both evenings.

Party scheduled for the Friday night

Snack wagon will be open during the day Thursday, Friday and Saturday

 

Payment Details & Event Fees

Priority to Early Entrants. No Late Entries 
Enter online. You can enter using our Secure Online Entry System www.myridinglife.com: 
Payment is secure and it goes directly Rectory Farm. 
You will receive an email confirmation of your class entry and payment. 
All shows will be attended by a First Aider. Medical cover in accordance with rule 73.8.e will be charged at £4 per rider

 

Stabling Information: Yes

Stabling, Haylage and Hook Up available 

Please follow this link to book: 

https://www.rectoryfarm.com/product/british-showjumping-11th-13th-august/

Limited availability 

Prize Information

Results will be posted online. Prize money via electronic banking

Special Classes

 Riders jumping in the Grand Prix on Saturday must have jumped in either the 1.30m or 1.40m classes on the Thursday or Friday

Refreshments:

The snack wagon will be open. 

Withdrawals/Refunds

50% of total entry fees may be returned to those whose withdrawal is received not later than 48 hours before noon on the day on which the first affiliated competition of the show is scheduled to start. After this time refunds will only be given upon receipt of a vet certificate or doctor's note. All refunds will be subject to an administration fee to cover costs. 

 

Transfers can only be accepted if withdrawal received not later than 48 before noon on the day on which the show is due to start. Withdrawals after this time will not be transferred. Affiliated transfers must only be used for another affiliated event and this must be stated at the time of transfer request  We do not do open-ended transfers or credit on account.

Terms & Conditions

SEE RECTORY FARM WEBSITE FOR NEW COVID-19 RULES. PLEASE READ BEFORE ENTRY. 
• Entries are confined to registered horses and are to be ridden and owned by members of British Show Jumping in accordance with Rule 79. 
• Entries in advance. No entries will be taken on the day. 
• The committee reserves the right to alter, add or cancel any class with prior permission from British Showjumping, and to refuse any entry without stating a reason. 
• In accordance with Rule 76.6, in the event of insufficient starters, lower prize money may be withheld. 
• The organisers and landowners do not accept any responsibility or liability for any accident, damage, injury or illness to any person, animal or property whatsoever arising out of, or at, this event. 
• No misuse of the whip, equipment or practice fences will be allowed. 
• No dogs allowed. 
• All competitors are required to wear headgear that complies with the highest current safety standard. 
• Horses and Ponies MUST NOT be tied to the side of horseboxes or trailers and left unattended – please clear up any mess left by you or your horses in the bins and muck trailers provided 
• Competitors’ attention is drawn to Rule 82-Conduct of Members. It is expected that competitors abide by this rule at all times when on the show ground. 
• Rule 82.20. No Member of British Show Jumping shall allow a stallion for which he is responsible as owner, lease, authorized agent or rider, to attend a show, compete or be prepared to compete in any show jumping competition without taking adequate precautions to ensure other horses/ponies, competitors and members of the public are not put at risk of injury. Stallion owners/riders are also asked to note and comply with rule 102.11. 
• Junior members competing on horses are only able to do so from the beginning of the calendar year in which the age of 12 is reached. 
• In order to keep the competition centre clean and tidy, please DO NOT muck out your lorries and trailers in the car park. Please use facilities provided. 
• In the event of insufficient starters lower prizes may be withheld in accordance with Rule 76.6.

 

Email Secretary - arena@rectoryfarm.com
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