Orsett Horticultural & Agricultural Show

Orsett Horticultural & Agricultural Show (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sat, Sep 1, 2018
Closing Date
Sat, Aug 18, 2018
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Starting Times:
TIMETABLE: The following times are as a guide only. Classes will NOT start before the stated times. Download the Full Schedule above for more information.
Grand Display Ring: Commencing at 08.30 am
Grand Ring East: Commencing at 08.30am, Class 7 not before 10.30 am, Class 12 not before 13.00 pm, Class 15 not before 14.30pm
Whitmore In Hand Ring (A) : Commencing at 08.30 am, Class 27 not before 10 .00 am ( Open Rings A & B ), Class 31 not before 12.00pm, Class 35 not before 14.30 pm
Whitmore In Hand Ring (B): Commencing at 08.00 am
Foxhound Ridden Ring: Commencing at 08.30am, Class 51 not before 12.00pm
Welsh Ring: Commencing at 8.00 am, Class 65 not before 1.30pm
Heavy Horse Ring: Commencing at 09.00 am, Class 71 not before 10.15am
Show Jumping Ring: Commencing at 10.00am

Class 1
Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter Pony (0.70m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Open to stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs and over. Rider any age. Open to M & M horses/ponies registered with their respective Pure Breed Societies. Ponies will be required to jump a course of rustic fences not exceeding 2’3”
Class 2
Working Pony (0.70m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Open to stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs and over not exceeding 148cms. Rider any age. Ponies will be required to jump a course of rustic fences not exceeding 2’3”.
Class 3
Working Hunter Horse (0.75m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Open to stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs and over exceeding 148cms. Rider any age. Horses will be required to jump a course of rustic fences not exceeding 2’6”
Class 4
Open Ridden Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00, Trophy: The WHF Davis Cup
Info:
BLACK COUNTRY SADDLES/ EQUIFEST
Mare or gelding, 4 years or over exceeding 148cms
Class 5
Riding Horse or Hack    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
NUPAFEED RIDING HORSE/ HIGHTOPPS STUD HACK
Mare or gelding, 4 years or over exceeding 148cms. Hack not to exceed 160cms.
Class 6
Ridden Cob & Maxi Cob    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
NUPAFEED RIDDEN COB/ HAYGAIN MAXI COB
Mare or gelding, 4 years or over exceeding 148cms but not exceeding155cms. Maxi cob exceeding 155cms.
Class 7
Exercise Vehicles    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£30.00, £20.00, £15.00, £10.00, _The Fairline Stud Salver
Info:
For Horses or Ponies any height, 4 years old and over, to be driven single, pair or tandem correctly and smartly harnessed to a sound suitable and well maintained exercise vehicle. Exercise vehicle is a carriage not of traditional type design and/or material 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. If sufficient numbers this class may be divided according to height, at the Judges discretion.
Class 8
Novice Hackney Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£40.00, £30.00, £20.00
Info:
Stallion, mare or gelding not exceeding 142cms.
Class 9
Welsh Section C Cobs in Wagons    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£30.00, £20.00, £15.00, £10.00
Info:
Welsh Section C cob 4 yrs and over driven to a show wagon
Class 10
Novice Hackney Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£40.00, £30.00, £20.00
Info:
Stallion, mare or gelding exceeding 142cms.
Class 11
Welsh Section D Cobs in Wagons    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£30.00, £20.00, £15.00, £10.00
Info:
Welsh Section D cob 4 yrs and over driven to a show wagon
Class 12
Hackney Ponies to a Show/ Hackney Wagon    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£40.00, £30.00, £20.00
Info:
NB. The 1st & 2nd winners of classes 15 &17 will qualify to compete at the Horse and Pony of the Year Championships Houghton Hall Equestrian & Alpapa Centre New Manor Farm , Sawtry Way, Houghton, Cambridge, PE28 2DY. If one or both of these have already qualified it goes to 3rd place.
Class 13
Private Driving Horse or Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£30.00, £20.00, £15.00, £10.00, Rosette and Champagne to be awarded during the presentations
Info:
For horses or ponies any height 4 yrs and over to be driven single, pair or tandem. Correctly and smartly harnessed to a sound suitable and well maintained traditional type vehicle. (Commercial vehicles, exercise vehicle and show wagons are not eligible). Concourse De Elegance. To be judged throughout Class 13.
Class 14
Hackney Horses to a Show/ Hackney Wagon    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£40.00, £30.00, £20.00
Info:
NB. The 1st & 2nd winners of classes 13 &15 will qualify to compete at the Horse and Pony of the Year Championships Houghton Hall Equestrian & Alpapa Centre New Manor Farm Sawtry Way, Houghton, Cambridge, PE28 2DY. If one or both of these have already qualified it goes to 3rd place.
Class 15
Open – Single Harness Turnout in Gear with 2 or 4 Wheel Single Dray/ Trade Turnout    
Prizes:
£150.00
Info:
Exhibitor engaged in any trade or occupation.
Class 16
Open – Single, Harness Turnout in Gear with 2 or 4 Wheel Farm Wagon    
Prizes:
£150.00
Info:
Exhibitor engaged in any trade or occupation. Without springs or sets.
Class 17
Light Trade Turnout 2 Wheel    
Prizes:
£30.00, £20.00, £15.00, £10.00
Info:
Open to 2 wheeled Light Trade vehicles
Class 18
Light Trade Turnout 4 Wheel    
Prizes:
£30.00, £20.00, £15.00, £10.00
Info:
Open to 4 wheeled Light Trade vehicles
Class 19
Open - Single Pairs Farm Implement    
Prizes:
£75.00
Info:
Exhibitor engaged in any trade or occupation
Class 20
Open – Pairs, Teams with 2 or 4 Wheel Dray/ Trade Turnout    
Prizes:
£150.00
Info:
Exhibitor engaged in any trade or occupation
Class 21
Open – Pairs, Harness Turnout In Gear with 2 or 4 Wheel Farm Wagon    
Prizes:
£150.00
Info:
Exhibitor engaged in any trade or occupation. Without springs or sets.
Class 22
In Hand Condition & Turnout    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Mare or gelding 4 yrs & over any breed.
Class 23
Junior Handler    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Mare or gelding any age. Handlers 14 years and under.
Class 24
Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
1. 2. & 3 yr olds. Any breed
Class 25
In Hand    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
4 yrs & over. Any breed.
Class 26
In Hand Miniature Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Any age. Any sex. Not exceeding 87cms.
Class 27
Sh In Hand Anglo/Pure & Part Bred Arab    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Open to any age. (the class maybe split if entries warrant)
Class 28
In Hand Foreign Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Open to stallion mare or gelding. Any age. Registered with their respective breed society.
Class 29
In Hand Coloured    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
BSPA/ EQUIFEST
Open to Piebald, Skewbald, Spots, Palomino, Dun, Roan horses/ponies any height, sex or breed. Only Piebald & Skewbald will qualify for Equifest BSPA.
Class 30
In Hand Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
UNAFFILIATED: 15 years old & over. Pony or horse in hand
Class 31
Lead Rein Mountain & Moorland    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
CAVERNOMA ALLIANCE UK/ EQUIFEST
Mare or gelding 4 years & over not exceeding 128cms. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st January in the current year. To be led by an attendant and shown in a snaffle bridle. Lead rein to be attached to the noseband only. Rosette to all entrants.
Class 32
First Ridden Mountain & Moorland    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
EQUI-CHIP/EQUIFEST
Mare or gelding 4 years & over not exceeding 133cms. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1st of January in the current year. No cantering allowed except in individual performances.
Class 33
Ridden Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
15 yrs and over. Open to stallion, mare or gelding.
Class 34
Ridden Foreign Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
INCLUDING PURE, ANGLO & PART BRED ARABIANS
Stallion, mare or gelding 4 years and over.
Class 35
Concours d’Elegance    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
The sole criterion for this class is the elegance of the picture presented by horse/pony and rider, and the way of going of the horse or pony. Safe tack must be used. Competitors will be required to walk, trot and canter. May be ridden side saddle or astride.
Class 36
Side Saddle    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
In all equitation classes it is the rider and not the horse/pony that is judged and qualifies, as there will be no reference to the sex, breeding or conformation of the horse/pony. However, the horses/ponies should, in the opinion of the judge, have manners suitable for carrying a side saddle. Horses/ponies shall be four years old or over. Riders enter the ring together and are required to walk, trot and canter on the right rein, followed by a change of rein through trot and canter left before being called into line. Each competitor then gives a freestyle show of no more than 2 minutes including walk, trot and canter, after which turnout is inspected. The National Equitation Championships are held at the National Side Saddle Show and to enter them Members must have won at least 10 Qualifying Points in Qualifying Classes between the previous and the current National Equitation Championship. Each Equitation Championship has its own test (Click here). Specific qualification details and rules are included in Section II of the Side Saddle Association Competition RulesOpen to horses and ponies 4 years old or over: conformation and 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
Class 37
SSA Best Horse or Pony Ridden Side Saddle    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Open to horses and ponies 4 years old and over: confirmation and manners will be taken into consideration. Horses/ponies will not stripped for confirmation. A Special rosette will be awarded to the highest placed Registered 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 CHAPS Championship Show. Open to any type of exhibit. Riders must be 16 or over. Special s/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 38
Style & Performance    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Open to stallion, mare or gelding. Any height, rider any age. This class will be judged on the turnout of the horse/pony and rider, and performance of a freestyle individual short show.
Class 39
In Hand Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Colt, filly or gelding 1, 2 & 3 years
Class 40
In Hand Mountain & Moorland    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Any age. To be registered with their respective societies
Class 41
In Hand Coloured    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Any age. Open to horses/ponies
Class 42
In Hand Veteran    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Open to horses/ponies any breed 15 years & over.
Class 43
In Hand Pony    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Any age. Not exceeding 148cms.
Class 44
In Hand Horse    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Any age. Exceeding 148cms.
Class 45
Novice Combination    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
NOVICE WALK & TROT
4 yrs & over. Riders any age. Horse//pony/rider combination not to have been placed 1st more than twice in a ridden showing class. Cantering optional in individual show.
Class 46
Novice Ridden Cob & Maxi Cob    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years or over exceeding 148cms. Horse/rider combination not to have been placed 1st more than twice in a ridden showing class.
Class 47
Novice Riding Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years or over exceeding 148cms. Horse/rider combination not to have been placed 1st more than twice in a ridden showing class.
Class 48
Novice Ridden Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years or over exceeding 148cms. Horse/rider combination not to have been placed 1st more than twice in a ridden showing class.
Class 49
Ridden Coloured    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
4 yrs and over Skewbald, piebald, dun, roan & palomino horses and ponies any height, sex or type. Horse/pony/rider combination not to have been placed 1st more than twice in a ridden showing class. Only Piebald & Skewbald will qualify for Equifest BSPA.
Class 50
Ridden Show Pony & Riding Pony    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
RUBY MARITIME SERVICES/ EQUIFEST RIDDEN SHOW PONY QUALIFIER/RIDING PONY
Open to stallion, mare or gelding 4 years & over, not exceeding 148cms. Rider not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in the current year. A special rosette will be presented to the highest placed pony not to have been placed 1st in any ridden showing class. Excluding leading rein
Class 51
Ridden Mountain & Moorland    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Stallion. Mare or gelding 4 years or over. Registered with their respective societies.
Class 52
Ridden Hunter    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years or over exceeding 148cms.
Class 53
Riding Pony    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
Open to stallion, mare or gelding 4 years & over, not exceeding 148cms
Class 54
Ridden Coloured    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
4 yrs and over Skewbald, piebald, dun, roan & palomino horses and ponies any height.
Class 55
Ridden Foreign Breeds    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00
Info:
INCLUDING, PURE, ANGLO & PART BRED ARABIANS
Stallion, mare or gelding 4 years and over.
Class 56
Riding Horse    
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£18.00, £12.00, £6.00, 1st – 6th in each class 43-48 will receive an Orsett Championship rosette.
Info:
Mare or gelding, 4 years or over exceeding 148cms.
Class 57
In Hand Welsh Section A & B Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
SPILLERS/EQUIFEST M & M
1, 2 & 3 yrs old registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society.
Class 58
In Hand Welsh Section C Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
SPILLERS/EQUIFEST M & M
1, 2 & 3 yrs old registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society.
Class 59
In Hand Welsh Section D Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
SPILLERS/EQUIFEST M & M
1, 2 & 3 yrs old registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society.
Class 60
In Hand Mountain & Moorland Non-Welsh Youngstock    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
SPILLERS/EQUIFEST M & M
1, 2 & 3 yrs old registered with their respective Pure Breed Societies Entry Fee: £15. Prize money 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £5
Class 61
In Hand Welsh Section A & B    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
SPILLERS/EQUIFEST M & M
Stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs old and over registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society. Entry Fee: £15. Prize money 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £5
Class 62
In Hand Welsh Section C    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
SPILLERS/EQUIFEST M & M
Stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs old and over registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society.
Class 63
In Hand Welsh Section D    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
SPILLERS/EQUIFEST M & M
Stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs old and over registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society. Entry Fee: £15. Prize money 1st £15 2nd £10 3rd £5
Class 64
In Hand Mountain & Moorland Non-Welsh    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
SPILLERS/EQUIFEST
Stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs old and over registered with their respective Pure Breed Societies
Class 65
Ridden Welsh A & B    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
EQUIFEST M & M OPEN RIDDEN QUALIFIER
Stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs old and over registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society.
Class 66
Ridden Welsh C & D    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
EQUIFEST M & M OPEN RIDDEN QUALIFIER

Stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs old and over registered with the Welsh Pony & Cob Society.
Class 67
Ridden Mountain & Moorland Non-Welsh    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
EQUIFEST M & M OPEN RIDDEN QUALIFIER
Stallion, mare or gelding 4 yrs old and over registered with their respective Pure Breed Societies
Class 68
Percheron    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
Any age
Class 69
Suffolk    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
Any age
Class 70
Clydesdale    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
Any age
Class 71
Shire Gelding    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
4 years and over.
Class 72
Shire Barren Mare    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
4 years old and over.
Class 73
Young Handler    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Prizes:
The Sam Stacey Challenge Trophy to the winner
Info:
Handler to be between 13 & 16 years. Mare or gelding any age and or and Heavy Horse Breed.
Class 74
Shire Brood Mare    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
4 years and over
Class 75
Shire Foal    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
Progeny of mare entered in class 68.
Class 76
Shire Yearling    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
Filly or gelding
Class 77
Shire 2 & 3 Years Olds    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Info:
Filly or gelding
Class 78
In Hand Harness    
Entry Fee:
£5.00
Prizes:
Hunter Shavings Cup & NATIONAL HORSE BRASS SOCIETY brass to the winner of this class.
Info:
A) Neatest and cleanest in hand working harness (no patent leather).
B) Decorated in harness.
Class to be split as above but judged together.
Class 79
Ridden Heavy Horse    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Open to Pure and Part Bred. This class may be split if sufficient entries.
Class 80
Minimus Show Jumping (0.60m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, + free membership to Thurrock RC for 2019 2nd £10 3rd £5
Info:
Open to any horse/pony and rider combination not placed 1st in ANY show jumping competition
Class 81
Novice Show Jumping (0.70m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, + free membership to Thurrock RC for 2019 2nd £10 3rd £5
Info:
Open to any combination.
Class 82
Intermediate Show Jumping (0.75m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, + free membership to Thurrock RC for 2019 2nd £10 3rd £5
Info:
Open to any combination.
Class 83
Highjump    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, + free membership to Thurrock RC for 2019 2nd £10 3rd £5
Info:
Open to any horse/pony combination. This competition involves a maximum of five rounds. The opening round will be followed by up to four jump-offs which are not against the clock. The first round consists of four single obstacles including the triple bar. The starting height will be 2’6”. The jump off will consist of only two obstacles – a spread fence and the triple bar and will increase in height each round. The winner will be the horse/pony combination to ‘Clear’ both fences. In the event of equality after the fifth round, riders share first prize.
Class 84
Small Open Show Jumping (0.85m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, + free membership to Thurrock RC for 2019 2nd £10 3rd £5
Info:
Open to any combination.
Class 85
Open Show Jumping (0.90m)    
Entry Fee:
£15.00
Prizes:
£15.00, + free membership to Thurrock RC for 2019 2nd £10 3rd £5
Info:
Open to any combination.

Show Secretary: Orsett Horticultural & Agricultural Show Horse Show Secretary
1 Mansted Close, Lower Dunton Road, Nr Brentwood, Essex, CM13 3SX
Tel: 01268 416549, Email: horsesection@orsettshow.co.uk


Location
Orsett Showground, Rectory Road , Orsett , Essex RM163JN
Map Link: RM163JN

Show Information
Entries close 18th August 2018.
Horses and Ponies will be jumped together but class will be split horses/ponies for rosettes. NB. All Show Jumping classes limited to 30 entries

Payment Details & Event Fees
Bookings in advance. You can enter using a Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Orsett Horticultural & Agricultural Show.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.

Prize Information
NB: All prize money and qualifying cards to be collected from the Horse Section Show Secretary on the day of the show.
No prize money will be paid after the show day.

Special Classes
SOCIETIES AFFILIATIONS RULES & REGULATIONS
NB. You do not have to be a member to compete in Equifest or TSR classes
N.B. Limited stabling is available for heavy horses on a first come first served basis. No bedding provided.

ORSETT CHAMPIONSHIP This Show is affiliated to the Orsett Horticultural & Agricultural Show, with the championship final taking place at the Orsett Showground on the 1st September 2018. All competitors must reside in Essex to compete at this championship. The three highest placed exhibits not already qualified in each class will qualify. If 1st, 2nd and 3rd have qualified then qualification passes down to no lower than 5th place. No membership fee is required. Qualifying cards to be collected from the show where qualified. A qualifying card for each class being entered, for the final, must be sent with the entry fee to the Orsett Show before the closing date 18th August 2018.

HACKNEY HORSE SOCIETY
Classes 8, 10, 12 & 14 are affiliated to the Hackney Horse Society. All horses/ponies must be registered in the studbook of the UK Hackney Horse Society or of a recognised Hackney Society Abroad and all exhibitors must be members of the Hackney Horse Society. Minimum age of driver is open and novice classes will be 14 years at date of show. Please note Ruling for Novice Hackneys: To be eligible for a novice class the exhibit may not have been a Novice Champion at an Annual Breeds Show or Novice Hackney Horse or Pony of the Year. An animal can only be a Novice for three seasons from the start of their first show (Not consecutive seasons)

THE SHIRE HORSE SOCIETY
The Shire Horse Society is pleased to award to any Affiliated Society, a Spoon and Rosette for the Best Mare or Filly and a Spoon and Rosette for the Best Stallion at their Annual Show. Conditions of the Award are as follows:- (These conditions must be printed in the Schedule unless covered by the Society’s own General Conditions or reference should be made to these, i.e. indicate that the offer of Spoons and Rosettes is subject to the Shire Horse Society Special Conditions of Offer).
1. A Spoon and a Rosette for the Best Mare or Filly and a Spoon and Rosette for the Best Stallion (providing there is a separate class(es) for Stallions) exhibited in the Shire classes.
2. The winner of the Special Prize must be a member of the Shire Horse Society.
3. Entries cannot be accepted at Affiliated Shows in classes for Shires or Heavy Horses from any person who has been either suspended or removed from membership of the Shire Horse Society, or has been excluded from exhibiting for prizes at Shows, Sales or Exhibitions, or from taking part in any Show organised by the Shire Horse Society.
4. No animal to be eligible to take more than one Silver Spoon during any one year. The Shire Horse Society Spring Show being excepted.
5. THE WINNING ANIMAL MUST BE REGISTERED OR ELIGIBLE FOR REGISTRATION IN THE STUD BOOK OR GRADE B REGISTER.
6. The Judge invited to officiate must be on the Society’s Official Panel and has the right to withhold the award of the Silver Spoon and Rosette if an exhibit does not show sufficient merit.
7. The Council reserves the right in offering Spoons, to award them only to persons approved by the Shire Horse Society

SUFFOLK HORSE SOCIETY
This show is affiliated to the Suffolk Horse Society (SHS) and class 69 is a qualifier for championship points for annually awarded trophies and for the Supreme SUFFOLK championship. All entries for the In Hand classes must be registered in or eligible in the Pedigree Section of the UK Suffolk Stud book. A: entries must state their SHS registration number and full pedigree name including prefix or affix. All foals must be eligible for registration in the Pedigree Section of the UK Suffolk Stud book. Both the sire and dam must be registered and entered in the pedigree section of the UK Suffolk Stud book. All stallions must be eligible for registration in the Pedigree Section of the UK Suffolk Stud book. All entries must state their SHS registration number, stallion licence number and full pedigree name including prefix or affix. Discretionary entry to a stallion class maybe allowed in classes where licence is pending but not yet issued.

BRITISH RIDDEN HEAVY HORSE SOCIETY
Open to horses 4 years old and over that are registered in the main British stud books of the Shire, Clydesdale, Suffolk or Percheron Society at the time of qualification and must be entered in the name and ownership they are registered in. Riders of Stallions must be 16 years or over. The highest placed registered Shire, Clydesdale, Suffolk or Percheron in an affiliated ridden heavy horse class to qualify for the BRHHS Championship, Qualification to go down no lower than third place. Qualifiers are entitled to compete in the final of the Ridden Heavy Horse Championship to be held at Equifest on the weekend August 2019. No entry fee. Subject to the rules & conditions - summary attached. Please see our website for rules downloads www.britishriddenheavyhorsesociety.co.uk

THE BRITISH DRIVING SOCIETY
Classes 7, 13, 17 & 18 are affiliated to The British Driving Society. Please see the BDS website.
Classes 7, 13, 17 & 18 are qualifiers for the 2018 Osborne Refrigerators BDS National Championships. The highest placed turnout owned and driven by a member of the British Driving Society and eligible for the following Type-Section/s disregarding those already qualified down to 6th place in the class will qualify for the 2018 Semi-Finals at Driving Addington. The Championship will immediately follow the Semi-Finals.
a) - Single hackney-type - over 13.2hh (Class 13)
b) - Single hackney-type - 13.2hh & under (Class 13)
g) - Single purebred registered Welsh ponies Sections A,B,C (Class 13)
j) - Two wheel Light Trade (Class 17)
k) - Four wheel Light Trade (Class 18)
l) - Single or tandem turnout driven to a two wheel exercise vehicle (Class 7)

THE SIDE SADDLE ASSOCIATION
Classes 36 & 37 are run under SSA Rules defined in the current Members Handbook. Please go to SSA website http://www.sidesaddleassociation.co.uk

WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF FARRIERS
A competition sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Farriers, for the Best Shod horse/pony in the: Heavy Horse Section Class(es) 68 – 72, 74. The judge will examine each horse/pony before or during the line-up for preliminary judging, taking into consideration:
(a) The condition of the feet
(b) The making (or preparation) and fitting of the shoes
(c) The nailing and position of clips
Normal shoes and showing plates are equally acceptable, provided they are suitable for the horse/pony.
The Worshipful Company of Farriers will award:
• a Rosette and an Inscribed Card to the winner in each Class
• a Plaque to the overall winner
• a Plaque for the Registered Farrier responsible for its feet and shoeing. Judge Mr A J Devereux - Surrey

EQUIFEST – Qualifying Classes 4 - 6, 29, 31, 32, 50, 57 - 67
This Show is affiliated to the Equifest Showing Show, taking place at the East of England Showground on the August 2019. The two highest exhibits not already qualified in each affiliated class will qualify.

TSR Showing Finals
This show is a qualifier for the 2018 TSR Showing Finals. Qualify and enter ANY of the Finals Central, East Anglia, North West, North East, South East, South, Wales & South West or Scottish. You Do Not have to be a TSR member to qualify or enter a final. The Rider/Handler qualifies and can enter any horse/pony in any number of Finals!
TSR Riders Finals - 1st & 2nd riders qualify and will receive a qualification card in the ring.
TSR In Hand Finals - The two highest placed Handlers with a TSR In Hand Card will qualify in any In Hand class. Handlers MUST have their cards signed in the ring by the judge/steward, cards are available FREE from the TSR
website. Full details at http://www.theshowingregister.co.uk/ TSR Medal Awards - TSR members can collect qualification cards & signatures and redeem for a TSR Medal see TSR website for details.
BSHA Grass Roots Champs - With a TSR qualification card you can also enter the BSHA Grass Roots Champs in Sept at Addington Equestrian Centre - You do not have to be a BSHA member to qualify or enter the final. See www.britishshowhorse.org

Terms & Conditions
Each competitor/Exhibitor are required to have adequate Public Liability Insurance in respect of their participation and the Society. This confirms your acceptance of all Conditions, Rules & Regulations for this show entry.

1 The decision of the Judges shall be final. Objections of any kind must be made in writing and delivered to the Secretary making it clear that it is an objection which is being handed in. A deposit of £20 shall be paid with each objection which must be made within half an hour of the Judge’s decision being given on the day of the show; in the case of a joint objection a deposit shall be paid by each objector. Such objection will be considered by a panel of not less than three members of the Society appointed by the Chairman or Vice Chairman and their decision shall be final. Anonymity will not be available to any objector. The deposit may be forfeited at the discretion of the panel 2 The Society’s general by-laws and general regulations apply to all Entries, Exhibitors and persons attending the Show. 3 Exhibitors will comply with any directions or instructions given to them by the Society its Officers or Stewards, which the Society deems to be expedient. 4 Any animal considered by the Judge/Steward on the advice of the Veterinary Surgeons to be suffering from disease or lameness to be immediately removed from the class. 5 Hard hats must be worn at all times whilst mounted on the show ground. It is recommended that junior handlers wear hard hats when exhibiting. 6 No equine animal is allowed to be on the Showground unless entered in a class. 7 Every exhibitor making entries for the show shall be deemed to have agreed to abide by these Rules and it is on this understanding only those entries are accepted. All entries must be made in writing to the Secretary before the date specified in the Schedule, on the requisite forms, accompanied by the necessary entry fees. Any payment that has to be represented to the bank for whatever reason will be subjected to a £15.00 administration fee for each occasion and must be paid by the exhibitor before he/she is allowed to compete. Nomination entries will not be accepted. 8 The Council reserves to right to refuse any entry. 9 If for any reason the Horse Classes or the Show as a whole has to be cancelled, ONLY half the entry fee will be refunded. In no other case will entries be returned. 10 In the event that a class or classes are cancelled by the Society (whether or not the Show takes place) then the only compensation due to an exhibitor will be a refund of the entry fee(s) paid by the exhibitor in respect of the class or classes that have been cancelled. 11 Except where this Schedule specifically provides otherwise for a particular class the following provisions will take effect. If there are less than seven entries in any class the fourth prize may not be given, if there are less than five entries for any class, the third prize need not be given and if there are less than three entries, the second prize may be withheld. 12 Competitions qualifying for events organised by other bodies are offered in good faith on information provided by those bodies. No liability is accepted by this Society if those events take place in circumstances other than those originally stated or do not proceed. 13 Exhibits in all classes must be the bona fide property of the exhibitors and all exhibits must have been the property of, and in the possession of, the exhibitors at the time of entry. Any person who has care and control of an exhibit on the Showground will be deemed to be the Agent of that exhibit’s owner for all purposes connected with that exhibit. 14 The entry fee for any animal entered and not exhibited will be forfeited. 15 In the event of a Judge or Judges failing to attend on Show Day, the Secretary of Chief Steward may appoint a Deputy or Deputies. 16 In any Class or Section which is affiliated to a Governing Body it shall be a condition of entry that exhibitors, whether or not members of that Body, shall comply with its Rules and will be liable to dope testing. 17 Exhibitors may be required to allow Probationary Judges to ride their horses as the Society is anxious to improve the Panels. 18 Every effort will be made to avoid classes clashing but should this happen for any reason; exhibitors must choose which class they want to compete in. No entry fees will be refunded. The Society will not be responsible for any loss where an exhibitor has made entries in more than one class and because of a time overrun it is not possible for him/her or the horse/pony to compete in one or more later classes. No claim for refund of fees paid or other loss, direct, indirect or consequential will be accepted or paid. 19 The Show Organisers have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the Health and Safety of everyone present. For these measures to be affective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring, and must obey the instructions of the Organisers and all the Officials and Stewards 20 Irrespective of name, all trophies are offered on the basis that they are PERPETUAL CHALLENGE TROPHIES . It is the responsibility of winners of trophies to ensure that they are returned in a clean condition, fit for presentation to the next holder – the Society will look to the holder for the cost of professional cleaning when this is not done. It is the responsibility of the holder to arrange for the return of trophies to the Secretary by the due date. 21 Access to the collecting ring will only be possible when wearing a wristband. All stewards/Marshalls have been instructed to strictly enforce this rule with NO exceptions. For Health and Safety reasons no buggy’s or pushchairs will be allowed in the collecting rings. 22 No behaviour of an offensive, abusive or unpleasant manner to any person at The Orsett Show will be tolerated. Any act of discourtesy to any Judge, Steward or any Show Official on the part of the competitor groom rider, driver or agent of an animal, will, at the discretion of such Official disqualify that animal from being judged, in which case entry fees, prizes and charges will be forfeited. Exhibitors are reminded of their responsibility for the actions of others within their party. 23 No person shall ill-treat animals at any time whether by misuse/excessive use of a whip, bit or any item of saddlery or in any way whatsoever. 24 The Orsett Show Committee retains as its absolute discretion the right to decline or exclude or remove any person or animal from the show or future shows or return any entry fee without being required to assign reason or being liable for any compensation. 25 Failure to observe any of the rules may result in disqualification of the animal concerned. When jumping in the Ring, the practice or collecting areas, all Riders must wear protective headgear, according to the current standards as listed below: All PAS 015; VG1; (BS)EN1384 2017; ASTM F1163 04a onwards; SNELL E2001; SNELL E2016; AS/NZS 3838 2003 onwards; Skullcaps must be of, or worn with, a dark coloured plain peaked cover. Refer to your Society/Association Rule Book for further clarification. Correctly secured Skull Caps/Riding Hats that meet one of the following current Safety Standards/specifications MUST be worn by all Riders between the ages of 15 to 17 inclusive. All PAS 015; VG1; (BS) EN1384 2017; ASTM F1163 04a onwards; SNELL E2001; SNELL E2016; AS/NZS 3838 2003 onwards. 26 DATA PROTECTION - GDPR All data given upon entry into classes with the Orsett Horticultural & Agricultural Society may be provided to Breed Societies etc for the checking of eligibility and publication of results. By making an entry to a class with Orsett Horticultural & Agricultural Society you are providing consent for the storage and disclosure of information in this way

NB. PASSES: 2 Passes for each horse. 1 Horsebox/trailer pass. Heavy Horse turnout and Private Driving classes 3 passes per horse. No Vehicle without a pass will be allowed into the horse lines. Any additional passes must be purchased prior to the Show.

All prize money to be paid on submission of a prize voucher on the day of the Show. No prize money will be paid after the Show day.

 

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