RWHS Team Competitions

RWHS Team Competitions (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Wed, May 8, 2019 to Sun, May 12, 2019
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NOTE: Oversubscribed classes will be balloted.

Class 0
Stabling Bookings Only (No Class Entries)    
Class 37
RWHS Inter Hunt Team Knock-Out (1.00m)    
Day:
Thu
Entry Fee:
£120.00
Info:
Entries for this class can only be made by post. Mrs. Fiona Russell-Brown, Kenarah House, 2 Churn Hill, North Cerney, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 7DN.
Class 82 A
RWHS Tent Pegging Individual Competition    
Day:
Fri
Info:
Open to all serving Officers and Other Ranks from any Unit, Riding or Saddle Club of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Army, Royal Air Force, Police Force and members of the Reserves. To be judged under British Tent Pegging Association Rules. Competitors must declare at the Declarations Office by 7.00pm on Thursday, 9th May.
Class 82 B
RWHS Tent Pegging Team Competition    
Day:
Fri
Info:
PLEASE NOTE: ONLY 3 TEAM MEMBERS MAY BE ENTERED
Open to all serving Officers and Other Ranks from any Unit, Riding or Saddle Club of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Army, Royal Air Force, Police Force and members of the Reserves. To be judged under British Tent Pegging Association Rules. Competitors must declare at the Declarations Office by 7.00pm on Thursday, 9th May.
Class 118
RWHS Her Majesty The Queen's Challenge Cup for Services Team Jumping Competition (1.05m)    
Day:
Sat
Entry Fee:
£57.00
Info:
PLEASE NOTE: ONLY 3 TEAM MEMBERS MAY BE ENTERED
supported by Land Rover (Castle Arena)
Rules: British Showjumping Table A, Two rounds. Speed 350 metres per minute.
Round 1 - All three riders from each Team (Castle Arena)
Round 2 - One rider from twelve best/selected Teams (see details below).
Parade of ALL Teams (Castle Arena)
Total prize money: £825.

Eligibility: Open to all serving Officers and Other Ranks of the UK Armed Forces, Police Force and members of Cadet Forces. Horses must be on the strength of, or the property of, the Unit, Riding or Saddle Club, owned by the rider or have been ridden and competed for the preceding 2 months by that rider. Horses that are registered British Showjumping Grade A or an Advanced Eventer having completed at 3* or above are not permitted. Horses and/or riders cannot be at BS Gold League level for the current or preceding 3 years. For BE downgrading, the horse cannot have won points at Advanced level in the current or preceding 2 seasons. Downgrading can only happen once. To be ridden in uniform; No 1 Dress is to be worn where issued, No 2 Dress otherwise, equivalent Tunics for the Police. Teams of three riders.

Phase 1
Over a course of approximately nine fences, none of which will exceed 1.05m. No rider may ride more than one horse. There will be 2 sections in this phase; Mounted (restricted to Military Working Horses Only) and Non-Mounted (Open section). Teams will jump in the order of the draw, as printed in the Catalogue. Mounted and Non-Mounted sections will be drawn separately. In the first round Teams will run in drawn order with all three riders jumping their respective rounds one after the other. If a competitor is eliminated this will not eliminate the team, but the competitor will be awarded the worst score in Phase 1, with 20 faults added. Twelve riders will be nominated for Phase 2 (the jump off), made of one rider from the top 6 teams in each section. The selection process will only change if it is deemed by the committee that a team does not have a suitable rider to compete in phase 2.

Phase 2
The order for the jump off will be decided by descending order of faults accumulated by the Team from Phase 1: Highest Faults rides first. The total faults for the Team in Phase 1, plus the faults of the individual in Phase 2, will determine the final placing’s. In the event of a tie in total faults from both phases for any one place, the time of the nominated rider in Phase 2 will decide.

Declarations to be made by 7.00 pm on Friday evening, 10th May. Competitor numbers are to be collected from the Declarations Office by the Team Captain. Army team entries for the Mounted Sections are to be completed by the nominated team manager for the unit. For the non-Mounted section entries will be completed by the Army Equitation Association. Entry Fee: £57 per team.

CHALLENGE CUP PRESENTED BY HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN
Presented to the winner of the Services Team Jumping to the First Placed Service team on United Kingdom Service Horses. To include The Household Cavalry Regiment, The King’s Troop, Royal Horse Artillery, The Defence Animal Centre and the Mounted Police, or any United Kingdom Unit with Military Working Horses or Service Horses (Police).
Prizes: £165; £100; £75; £50; £25.

CHALLENGE TROPHY - THE QUEEN’S PLATE
There will be special prizes for the best two teams, in Phase 2, of non-horsed units. Teams eligible for the Challenge Cup will not be eligible for these prizes. For all Service riders, riding horses which are non-Military Working Horses or Service Horses (police). The Committee will have absolute right to exclude from these Special Prizes any other Team at their discretion and will so inform any such Team before the start of the competition.
Prizes: £155; £100; £75; £50; £25.

The highest placed overall individual rider in Phase 2, and the highest placed rider under 25 from Phase 1, will receive prizes kindly donated by The Worshipful Company of Saddlers. Chef d’Equipes are to declare any rider in their team that is under 25. Failure to do so will result in that individual being ineligible for the special prize.

There will be special prizes for the Best Shod Team, with judging to take place immediately after jumping. The judge will examine each horse 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 and work to be undertaken. The PERPETUAL TROPHY will be presented by The Worshipful Company of Farriers to the winning team.
Class 128
RWHS Inter Schools Show Jumping Competition (0.90m)    
Day:
Sat
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£72.50
Prizes:
In kind.
Info:
For pre-qualified teams only. To be run under National Schools Equestrian Association Rules. All schools to be members of the NSEA, and to provide their membership number on the Entry Form. All riders must be in full time education at the school or college they represent in 2019 (under 19 years on 1st January 2019). Only the Team Manager of each school is to deal with the Secretary. This should be the person listed on the NSEA Membership Form. A rider may only compete once in any team, and cannot compete two horses in the same team. No horse may be ridden by two different riders in the same class. Open only to schools that have qualified at an NSEA qualifying show. Please contact the NSEA for further information. Each school may only qualify one team per qualifier. Wild Cards may be offered at the Organisers discretion. Teams of four, best three scores to count. 90cm in the first round. British Showjumping Rule 287
Class 160
RWHS University Jumping Challenge (0.90m)    
Day:
Sun
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£60.00
Prizes:
In Kind
Info:
All riders must be in full time education at the University they represent in 2019. Only the Team Captain of each university is to deal with the Secretary. A rider may only compete once in any team, and cannot compete two horses in the same team. No horse may be ridden by two different riders in the same class. In the event of oversubscription there will be a ballot. Teams of 3, all scores to count. 90cm in the first round. British Showjumping Rule 287

Show Secretary: Royal Windsor Horse Show
The Royal Mews, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berks, SL4 1NG
Tel: +44 (0)1753 860633, Fax: +44 (0)1753 831074, Email: entries@hpower.co.uk, Website: www.rwhs.co.uk


Location
Windsor Castle, Windsor , Berks SL41NG
Map Link: SL41NG

Show Information
EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATION CERTIFICATES
All horses and ponies entering the Showground must be vaccinated, and vaccination certificates / passports must accompany the horse or pony to the Show, and be available for checking. Horses competing at FEI Events must comply with the requirements for Equine Influenza vaccination in accordance with the Veterinary Regulations.

Stabling Information: Yes
Stabling will be available in a field adjacent to the Showground. THE STABLES CANNOT BE OCCUPIED BEFORE 4.00P.M. ON TUESDAY, 7TH MAY, AND MUST BE VACATED BY 10.00A.M. ON MONDAY, 13TH MAY. Stabling will not be provided for Owners’ horses unless, at the time of entry, written application is made in the appropriate space provided on the entry form, and the fees paid. A charge of £70.00 per night is made for each loose box. Stables are available from 6.00pm on the day booked until 5.00pm the following day. Owners are asked to bring their own forage, as no fodder will be available. Please note that all boxes will be made up with shavings only. Extra bedding may be purchased if ordered and paid for in advance on the entry form. The stable fee of a horse entered but not sent to the Show will be forfeited. PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY COMPETITORS STAYING FOR THE DURATION OF THE SHOW WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARK AND LEAVE THEIR HORSEBOXES NEAR THE STABLING AREA. CARAVANS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED.

Terms & Conditions
I agree to the conditions on the Schedule of Events and to abide by the decision of the Judges and not to hold the Committee or the Secretariat or the Officials in any way responsible for any accident or loss whatsoever occurring on the ground. I understand that NO DOGS are allowed on the Showground. 1994 Data Protection Act, Windsor Equestrian Promotions Ltd would like to advise you that details of this transaction including your name, address, email and telephone number will be held securely and will only be used to administer your account, and will be sent to any relevant society for registration confirmation if necessary. As part of this transaction, each entry will be published in the Show Programme. Your data will not be released to third parties.

 

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