Berkeley Horse Show Senior British Show Jumping

Berkeley Horse Show Senior British Show Jumping (Times Available)


Show Date
Sun, Jun 24, 2018
Closing Date
Tue, Jun 19, 2018
Times:
Starting Times:

EACH ENTRY INCLUDES 2 FREE ADMISSION TICKETS TO THE SHOW. PLEASE BRING YOUR CONFIRMATION OF ENTRY TO VERIFY THIS ON THE DAY, THANK YOU
Starts at 9am. Drawn Order times will be available in advance.


Class 1
Senior 1.05m Open (1.05m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 3
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£40.00, £30.00, £25.00, £18.00, £18.00, £18.00, Sponsored by Haven Animal Feeds
Info:
DRAWN ORDER 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 insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Class kindly sponsored by Haven Animal Feeds. All money prizes 1st to 6th will be given regardless of number of entries. Ground will be watered if necessary. Mounted prize giving, riders who do not comply will not receive their prize money. See Show Rules for entry details/first aid charges. Entries close Friday June 15th. Entries on the day may be available if time and space allows, please ring secretary before travelling (07790 331009).
Class 2
Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers/ 1.10m Open - First Round (1.10m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 3
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£18.00
Prizes:
£50.00, £40.00, £30.00, £198.00, £18.00, £18.00
Info:
Rule 312. First place rosette kindly sponsored by Connolly's RED MILLS 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 Newcomers: (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 2012, 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. Four double clears will qualify for the Senior Newcomers Second Rounds. Qualifying period 1st June - 31st May inclusive. 1.10m Open: For registered horses ridden by Adult, Associate or 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. Class kindly sponsored by Ingles Farms Supply All money prizes 1st to 6th will be given regardless of number of entries. This class will be limited to 29 entries. Ground will be watered if necessary. Mounted prize giving, riders who do not comply will not receive their prize money. See Show Rules for entry details/first aid charges. Entries close Friday June 15th. Entries on the day may be available if time and space allows, please ring secretary before travelling (07790 331009).
Class 3
Equitop Myoplast Senior Foxhunter/ 1.20m Open - First Round (1.20m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 3
Table/Speed:
A7  350mpm
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £35.00, £30.00, £20.00
Info:
Rule 310. First place rosette kindly sponsored by Equitop Myoplast 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 Foxhunter section: (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 2011, 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. Four Double clears will qualify for the Senior Foxhunter Second Rounds. Qualifying period: 1st June-31st May inclusive. Those horses that have qualified for the Senior Foxhunter Championship in 2018 are not eligible for qualification to the 2019 Championship. Open section: For registered horses ridden by Adult, Associate or 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. Class kindly sponsored by Equestrians Boutique, rug to the winner. All money prizes 1st to 6th will be given regardless of number of entries. This class will be limited to 30 entries. Ground will be watered if necessary. Mounted prize giving, riders who do not comply will not receive their prize money. See Show Rules for entry details/first aid charges. Entries close Friday June 15th. Entries on the day may be available if time and space allows, please ring secretary before travelling (07790 331009).
Class 4
2 Fence Challenge (1.15m)    
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
A  300mpm
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £300.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £50.00
Info:
Rule 285. DRAWN ORDER In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. To be jumped over a maximum of five rounds. When the competitor has any fault they leave the arena. Winner or winners are those with the most points. Equal points means equal placings. Scoring Jumping fence clear: Two points Knocking down fence: One point Refusal: Nil points The competition finishes either: When all competitors have faulted or at the end of the fifth round. Class kindly sponsored by Entries restricted to 12 horses, preferably 1 horse per rider unless short of entries. Warm up will be held in Ring 3 collecting ring, with 1 jump in the main ring. All money prizes 1st to 6th will be given regardless of number of entries. Ground will be watered if necessary. Mounted prize giving, riders who do not comply will not receive their prize money. See Show Rules for entry details/first aid charges. Entries close Friday June 15th. Entries on the day may be available if time and space allows, please ring secretary before travelling (07790 331009).
Class 5
National 1.30m Open (1.30m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 3
Table/Speed:
A7  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Prizes:
£250.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £50.00, £40.00
Info:
Rule 306. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may 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. Double clear qualifications will not be obtained from competitions comprised of a single round. Class kindly sponsored jointly by Marlings Floorcoverings and Tread Stair Nosings, B&W Vets, British Showjumping Gloucestershire Area, John Westmoor (Farrier). All money prizes 1st to 6th will be given regardless of number of entries. Ground will be watered if necessary. Mounted prize giving, riders who do not comply will not receive their prize money. See Show Rules for entry details/first aid charges. Entries close Friday June 15th. Entries on the day may be available if time and space allows, please ring secretary before travelling (07790 331009).
Class 6
90cm Just for Schools League Class (0.90m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 3
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  300mpm
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
Sponsored by Pinkers Countrystore
Info:
DRAWN ORDER Open to teams and individuals aged between 5 and 19 years old (the years in which the rider turns 5 and 19). In case of teams, this class cannot run as a Two Phase competition (only Table A7 and Single Phase). Team and individual points are awarded on the following basis: 1st – 12 points, 2nd- 10 points, 3rd – 8 points, 4th – 6 points, 5th – 4 points, 6th – 3 points. 3 points will be allocated to all those who achieve double clear. For a team to get double clear points at least 3 team members need to be clear in both rounds of a competition. The 3 highest team scores count. Qualification period July to June: Qualifies for British Showjumping National Championships. Numbers to qualify: The top 8 teams and top 10 individuals from the league tables will qualify in up to two consecutive height categories. Riders can qualify as an individual and as part of a team. Qualifications will also pass down the leagues with regards to teams and individuals that have already qualified. Qualification period October to February: Qualifies for Winter Championships. Numbers to qualify: All riders with points on the ‘Just for Schools’ league tables by the end of February will be invited to compete in the Winter Championship classes. Please always enter with yours and the horse/pony’s membership number. To ensure you have these details, team and individual forms need to be filled and sent to British Showjumping before the competition. Prize in kind (1st to 3rd), kindly sponsored by Pinkers Countrystore. Sashes to winning team kindly provided by Tracey Barfoot-Saunt. Restricted to 8 teams. Rosettes 1st to 6th will be given regardless of number of entries. Ground will be watered if necessary. Mounted prize giving, riders who do not comply will not receive their prize money. See Show Rules for entry details/first aid charges. Entries close Friday June 15th. Entries on the day may be available if time and space allows, please ring secretary before travelling (07790 331009).
Class 6A
90cm Just for Schools League Class (0.90m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  300mpm
Entry Fee:
£8.00
Info:
Open to Individuals only
Class 7
1.00m Just for Schools League Class (1.00m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 3
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  300mpm
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Info:
DRAWN ORDER In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule - 76.6 Open to teams and individuals aged between 5 and 19 years old (the years in which the rider turns 5 and 19). In case of teams, this class cannot run as a Two Phase competition (only Table A7 and Single Phase). Team and individual points are awarded on the following basis: 1st – 12 points, 2nd- 10 points, 3rd – 8 points, 4th – 6 points, 5th – 4 points, 6th – 3 points. 3 points will be allocated to all those who achieve double clear. For a team to get double clear points at least 3 team members need to be clear in both rounds of a competition. The 3 highest team scores count. Qualification period July to June: Qualifies for British Showjumping National Championships. Numbers to qualify: The top 8 teams and top 10 individuals from the league tables will qualify in up to two consecutive height categories. Riders can qualify as an individual and as part of a team. Qualifications will also pass down the leagues with regards to teams and individuals that have already qualified. Qualification period October to February: Qualifies for Winter Championships. Numbers to qualify: All riders with points on the ‘Just for Schools’ league tables by the end of February will be invited to compete in the Winter Championship classes. Please always enter with yours and the horse/pony’s membership number. To ensure you have these details, team and individual forms need to be filled and sent to British Showjumping before the competition. Prize in kind (1st to 3rd), kindly sponsored by . Sashes to winning team kindly provided by Tracey Barfoot-Saunt. Restricted to 8 teams. Rosettes 1st to 6th will be given regardless of number of entries. Ground will be watered if necessary. Mounted prize giving, riders who do not comply will not receive their prize money. See Show Rules for entry details/first aid charges. Entries close Friday June 15th. Entries on the day may be available if time and space allows, please ring secretary before travelling (07790 331009).
Class 7A
1.00m Just for Schools League Class (1.00m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  300mpm
Entry Fee:
£8.00
Info:
Open to Individuals only

Show Secretary: Berkeley Show Horse Entries Secretary
Gloucestershire,


Location
Berkeley Show Ground, The Castle Meadows , Berkeley , Gloucestershire GL139QN
Map Link: GL139QN

Show Information

Judges: Gillian Walker, Jane Husband, Elizabeth Parsons
Course Builders: Matthew Hoskins

Payment Details & Event Fees

EACH ENTRY INCLUDES 2 FREE ADMISSION TICKETS TO THE SHOW
Starts at 9am. Drawn Order times will be available in advance. BS Show Secretary: Mrs Nicola Florence, Tel: 07790 331009
All entries must be made online via www.myridinglife.com.
Entry forms are for use on the day only accompanied by the correct remittance (CASH ONLY on the day).
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Berkeley Show.
You will receive an email confirmation of your class entry and payment.

Terms & Conditions

Show Rules Horse and Pony Section
1. The Committee have the right to refuse entries without having to assign any reason. 2. Any entry fee paid will not be returnable unless the animal is incapacitated by accident, injury or illness. Any claim under this rule must be made in writing to the Secretary and must be accompanied by a certificate issued by a Veterinary Surgeon by the day of the show. 3. Entries: All entries must be made online via www.myridinglife.com. Entry forms are for use on the day only accompanied by the correct remittance (CASH ONLY on the day). 4. No entries will be accepted over the telephone. 5. No unauthorised person may enter the show ring or collecting ring. 6. All exhibits are shown at their owner’s risk. 7. All competitors and grooms will follow the Judge’s/Steward instructions. 8. No person shall interfere with or try to influence the judge from inside or outside the ring; or the going of an exhibit. 9. The Association its officers or staff shall not be responsible for any accident, damage or loss, however caused, that may occur to any exhibitor, groom, or any animal, article or property, whilst on the showground or whilst entering or leaving. 10. Objections, which can only be lodged by competitors in the class concerned, must be in writing and delivered to the Secretary within 30 minutes on completion of judging of class involved. A deposit of £30 must accompany the objection, which will be forfeited if the objection is unsuccessful. The decision of the Committee will, in any dispute, be final. 11. It is the competitors’ responsibility to wear the correct clothing for their classes. Please check with the association under whose rules you are competing. All riders and handlers must wear the correct head gear which should comply with Protective headwear must meet one of the following standards: British - PAS 015: 1998 or 2011(provided they are BSI Kitemarked) VG1 01.040: 2014-12 (provided they are BSI Kitemarked) European - VG1 01.040: 2014-12 (provided they are BSI Kitemarked) American - ASTM F1163: 2004a or 04a onwards provided they are SEI marked SNELL E2001. 12. It is the responsibility of the competitor to arrive on the show ground at least one hour before the scheduled time of their class to allow for traffic congestion in the vicinity of the show ground. The timetable is an approximate guide only and the Show Committee reserve the right to alter ring allocation or the timing of classes as may be necessary. The Secretary and Team will make every effort to avoid clashes of class, but it is the Competitors responsibility to be at the correct ring for their class and or inform the Secretary and Team of any potential clash. Classes will not be held up for more than 20 minutes in the case of a clash. Although every effort will be made, the Association will not be responsible for any loss where an exhibitor has made entries in more than one class, or because of a class over run, it is not possible for the exhibitor 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. 13. All competitors/exhibitors competing in any event shall be deemed to be subject to the rules and regulations of Berkeley Show. 14. A Veterinary Surgeon and Farrier will be on call. 15. Classes are open to all whether a member or non-member of the affiliated society 16. Pre entries will close on 15th June 2018. 17. The riding and in hand showing of stallions – competitors should refer to their society rules and comply explicitly.

Show Rules British Showjumping (see also Show Rules Horse and Pony Section above)
1. Berkeley Show is affiliated to British Showjumping and all British Showjumping classes will be judged in accordance with British Showjumping rules. 2. Full entry fees must be remitted with each entry, refunds will be made in accordance with British Showjumping rule 79.5 3. Entries in classes 1-5 are confined to registered horses to be ridden by members in accordance with rule 79. 4. Complimentary “tickets to ride” will be available from the show secretary for non-BS members and entitles them to ride in one class once for every ticket, no prize money, qualifications or placing may be won. 5. Rule 82.21 “No member shall allow a stallion for which he/she is responsible as owner, lessee, authorised agent or rider to attend a show, compete or be prepared to compete in any showjumping competition without taking adequate precautions to ensure other horses/ponies, competitors, members of the public are not put at risk of injury.” 6. Entries close Friday June 15th. Entries on the day may be available if time and space allows, please ring secretary before travelling (07790 331009). 7. First aid charges: medical cover will be provided in accordance of BS rule 73.8 8. Please enter on line 9. Drawn orders will be published 10. The ground will be watered if required. 11. All prize money for 1st to 6th in sponsored classes will be given. 12. All riders must be mounted for prize giving, those non-compliant will forfeit their prize money. 13. The show organisers have the right to cancel any part or the whole of the show. 14. The judges’ decision is final. All objections must be lodged in writing with the Show Secretary within 30 minutes of the completion of judging of the competition involved. A deposit of £20.00 must accompany the objection, which will be returned if the Jury of Appeal upholds the objection. 15. Correct and safe dress must be worn at all times. Protective headgear must be worn at all times when mounted on any part of the showground. It is the duty of riders in the interest of safety, to ensure that their headgear provides proper protection, is correctly fitted and remains in place. 16. All dogs should be kept on leads at all times. 17. As per British Showjumping Rule 31.5 unaccompanied Competitors must provide the Show secretary a contact telephone number in case of an emergency

 

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