Berkeley Horse Show

Berkeley Horse Show (Times Available)


Show Date
Sun, Jun 23, 2019
Closing Date
Wed, Jun 19, 2019
Times:
Starting Times:
TWO free tickets will be allocated to each competitor to be collected on the show day from the ticketing tent. There is a link to the main show website www.berkeleyshow.co.uk for riders to purchase additional tickets if required.
RING 1: Hunter Ridden Classes Judging 8.30am, Class 5 onwards Judging not before 12 Noon
RING 2: Horse/Pony Classes Judging 9.00am, Class 17 Mountain and Moorland Classes Judging after 2pm
RING 3: Invitation Pony Club Team Showjumping
Ring 4: Unaffiliated Show Jumping Starting at 10am
DRESSAGE ARENA Judging from 9am. Judge: Kate Nichols: Times will be available on the website prior to the show. If you do not have access to the online entry system please call Debbie Hill for times between 5pm and 7pm on Thursday 20th June 2019 on 01453 511837.
The Gymkhana will be running from 2pm onwards

Class 1
Show Hunter Pony    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Cotswold Construction Ltd (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier). Mare or gelding 4 years old or over, not exceeding 153cms. Riders to be suitable size for pony ridden. Winner will receive the Santa Claus Challenge cup.
Class 2
Show Cob    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Hurst Haylage (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier). Mare or gelding. Exceeding 148cms. Riders to have attained their 15th birthday by 1st January in the current year. Classes may be split between lightweight, Heavy weight and Maxi.
Class 3
Ridden Hunter    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Messrs Allen at Dayhouse Farm (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier). Mare or Gelding exceeding 148cms. 4 years old or over. Riders to have attained their 16th Birthday before 1st January 2019.
Class 4
Championship    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Info:
The Percival Marling Championship: 1st and 2nd from classes 1-3 will go through to the championship. The champion will receive the Percival Marling Cup.
Class 5
Working Hunter (0.60m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Anna Davison A.C.P.A.T. Chartered Physiotherapist M.C.S.P., RAMP registered Judge: Fran Spencer. Novice combination not to have been placed 1st in any hunter competition, open to horses and ponies. The class will be judged on suitability and the judges opinion does the best quality round. Fences not to exceed 2ft. The class may be split at the judges discretion depending on entries. The judge will NOT ride this class.
Class 6
Novice Working Hunter Pony (0.70m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Judge: Fran Spencer (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) Mare or Gelding, not to exceed 153cms. Riders must be correct age for the height of the animal they ride. Fences not to exceed 70cm (2ft3).
Class 7
Open Working Hunter Pony (0.75m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Judge: Fran Spencer (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) Mare or gelding. Not to exceed 153cms. Riders to be suitable size for pony ridden. Fences not to exceed 75cms (2ft6).
Class 8
Novice Working Hunter (0.70m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Judge: TBC (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) Mare or gelding exceeding 153cms. Riders to have attained their 16th birthday before 1stJanuary in the current year. Fences not to exceed 70cms (2ft6). Winner will receive the Sodbury Vale Equestrian Supplies Cup
Class 9
Open Working Hunter (0.95m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by DG Equine Judge: TBC (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) Mare or Gelding, exceeding 153cms. Riders to have attained their 16th Birthday before 1st January of current year. Jumps not to exceed 95cm (3ft).
Class 10
Championship    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Info:
Championship 1st and 2nd from classes 5-9 will go through to the Championship.
Class 11
Ridden Ex Racehorse    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Ant Rymer Hay and Haylage (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) For horse or pony, 4 years and over
Class 12
In Hand Ex Racehorse    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Truturn forge (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) For horse or pony, 4 years and over.
Class 13
In Hand Best Veteran    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
(Veteran Horse, Pony and Rider Club Qualifier and South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) For horses or ponies aged 15 or over.
Class 14
In Hand Coloured Horse/ Pony    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00,
Info:
Sponsored by Thornbury Car Transporters (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) To include Skewbald, Piebald, Appaloosa, Spotted, Palomino and Dun.
Class 15
Ridden Veteran    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Old Barn Therapy Clinic (Veteran Horse, Pony and Rider Club Qualifier and South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) For horse or ponies aged 15 or over.
Class 16
Ridden Coloured Horse/ Pony    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Mr and Mrs T Ward (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) To include Skewbald, Piebald, Appaloosa, Spotted, Palomino and Dun.
Class 17
In Hand Mountain & Moorland    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Stevenson Building Contractors Ltd (South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) For Stallions, Mares or Geldings. To be registered with their respective Pure Breed Society Stud Books. If you are not registered with your respective Pure Breed Society Stud Book you may still enter this class and the highest placed registered entry will be awarded the qualification card. The class will be split into large and small breeds at the judge’s discretion, depending on entries.
Class 18
In Hand Miniature Horse    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
(South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) Class may be split into Youngstock and Adult Stock. If you are not registered with your respective Miniature Horse Society you may still enter this class and the highest placed registered entry will be awarded the qualification card.
Class 19
In Hand Miniature Shetland    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
(South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) Class may be split into Youngstock and Adult Stock. If you are not registered with your respective Shetland Pony Society, you may still enter this class and the highest placed registered entry will be awarded the qualification card.
Class 20
Ridden Mountain & Moorland    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£10.00, £7.50, £5.00
Info:
(South West Pony Association Championship Qualifier) Stallion, Mare or Gelding. To be registered with their respective Pure Breed Society Stud Books. If you are not registered with your respective Pure Breed Society Stud Book you may still enter this class and the highest placed registered entry will be awarded the qualification card. The class will be split into large and small breeds at the judge’s discretion, depending on entries. (See SWPA rules for ridden stallions).
Class 21
Championship    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Info:
1st and 2nd from classes 17 – 19 will go through to the championship
Class 22
Open Show Jumping (0.55m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 4
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£12.00, £10.00, £8.00
Info:
Qualifiers for Cricklands Championship and Pony Club Area 9 Championships
Rosettes 1st to 6th
Sponsored by AA Taxis
Class 23
Open Show Jumping (0.65m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 4
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£12.00, £10.00, £8.00
Info:
Qualifiers for Cricklands Championship and Pony Club Area 9 Championships
Rosettes 1st to 6th
Sponsored by Basset Court Kennels
Class 24
Open Show Jumping (0.75m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 4
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£12.00, £10.00, £8.00
Info:
Qualifiers for Cricklands Championship and Pony Club Area 9 Championships
Rosettes 1st to 6th
Sponsored by Juby Interior Design
Class 25
Open Show Jumping (0.85m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 4
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Prizes:
£12.00, £10.00, £8.00
Info:
Qualifiers for Cricklands Championship and Pony Club Area 9 Championships
Rosettes 1st to 6th
Sponsored by Filthy Beasts
Class 26
Open Show Jumping (0.95m - 1m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 3
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£7.50
Info:
Approx time 2-3pm. This class is aimed as a warm up for PC Teams competing in the main show jump ring.
Qualifiers for Cricklands Championship and Pony Club Area 9 Championships
Rosettes 1st to 6th
Sponsored by Breakfield
Class 27
Introductory - A    
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Rowe Equine
Can be on the lead rein, use of any bit, martingale or grass reins allowed.
Class 28
Preliminary - Test 7 (Revised 2016)    
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00
Info:
Sponsored by Nupdown Equestrian
Class 29
Pick A Test - PYO    
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Prizes:
£15.00, £10.00, £5.00,
Info:
Sponsored by Ahead for Life
PYO Novice 27 (2007) or BE 95: Competitors to select which test they would prefer to ride
Class 30
Pony Club Team Show Jumping (0.90m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 3
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£50.00
Prizes:
£20.00, £15.00, £10.00
Info:
Invitation Pony Club Team Showjumping Under Pony Club SJ Rules 2019. Start Time: Approx. 4pm Prizes are kindly sponsored by Pinkers Country Store to the members of the first three teams. Sashes presented by Tracey Barfoot-Saunt to the winning team. Rosettes will be given to all teams and to the first 6 individuals. Teams to consist of three or four PC members, only one of which may be an Associate member. The scores of the best three to count.
Rules:
1) Tack and turnout according to PC rules 2019.
2) Body protectors advised but not compulsory.
3) There will be a photographer at this event, if you do not want your child’s photograph displayed, please notify the photographer.
4) Warm up will run as follows: 1 team competing, 1 team waiting and 2 teams warming up.
5) The jumps in the warm up must not exceed the height of the jumps in the ring.
For qualification information, see page 04.
** Single Phase (BS rule 287) BS Table A – both sections
Faults to be accumulated over both sections. First and second section with a time allowed and time limit. Second section against the clock. The competitor will jump the whole course unless eliminated. 5-7 fences in each section (minimum 10 fences, maximum13 overall).

Show Secretary: Berkeley Show Horse Entries Secretary
Gloucestershire,


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

Payment Details & Event Fees
Horse Secretary Pippa Maidment Tel: 07591885023
All entries must be made online via www.myridinglife.com.
Entries cannot be taken over the phone
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.

Special Classes
This year’s show is Affiliated to the following:

SOUTH WEST PONY ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS
This show is a qualifier for the South West Pony Association Championships to be held on 29 August – 31 August 2019 at The David Broome Event Centre, Crick, Monmouthshire NP26 5XP To qualify for the Championships: 1. Enter one of the qualifying classes. 2. Be one of the two highest placed exhibits not already qualified within the first four and receive a qualification card. 3. Complete the entry form on the qualification card. 4. Register on-line at www.showingscene.com within 14 days of qualification 5. Upload this card using our on-line management system at www.showingscene.com
VETERAN HORSE, PONY AND RIDER CLUB
Championship show is held on the 29thSeptember 2019 at Leyland Court. Please go to the Veteran Horse, Pony and Rider Club Website for more information www.vhprc.co.uk.
CRICKLANDS CHAMPIONSHIPS OF GREAT BRITAIN
The Cricklands Jumping Championships of Great Britain are held on the 9th– 11thAugust (Seniors) and 16th– 18thAugust (Juniors) at the David Broome Event Centre. For more information, please see the Cricklands website. The Dressage Championships of Great Britain are held on the 4th- 6thOctober. For more information, please see the Cricklands website. Please Note: Registration fee for 2019 is £30 to include all members of the family and equines owned by the family. For shows held after the 2019 Championship Show, qualification will be for the 2020 Championship Show This year’s show is Affiliated to the following:
AREA 9 PONY CLUB SHOW JUMPING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2019
The Area 9 PC Show Jumping Championships will be held on 1stSeptember 2019 at Rectory Farm Arena.
Please Note: You must be a member of an Area 9 Pony Club to qualify for this championship. If you are not a member, you can jump in the qualifying class but must become a member before sending your qualification form in.

Terms & Conditions
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 and must meet one of the following standards: BritishPAS 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 19thJune 2019. 17. The riding and in hand showing of stallions – competitors should refer to their society rules and comply explicitly. 18. TWO free tickets will be allocated to each competitor to be collected on the show day from the ticketing tent.

 

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