Bishop Burton College Junior British Show Jumping (J) (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sun, Jun 20, 2021
Closing Date
Fri, Jun 18, 2021
Enter Online
Starting Times:

All entries and payments to be completed online in advance of the show date. All classes will be pre-entry only and drawn order.
Entries close at midnight Thursday, 17th June. Times will be published after 1pm on Friday afternoon.

Clear Round starts at 9am, first class starts at 10 am


Class 0
Clear Round Show Jumping    
Table/Speed:
Clear Round
Entry Fee:
£10.00
Class 1
Pony Intro 70cm Open (0.70m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Prizes:
£25.00, £20.00, £16.00, £16.00, £16.00
Info:
DRAWN ORDER For registered ponies in Grades: JA, JC & JD to be ridden by junior members. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 British Showjumping Boots / Leg Protection Ruling applies to this class, in accordance with Rule 102.15. Failure to comply will incur disqualification.
Class 2
Stepping Stones 128/ 138cms Handicap (0.75m - 0.85m)    
Table/Speed:
A6  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Prizes:
£25.00, £20.00, £16.00, £16.00, £16.00
Info:
Rule 414. DRAWN ORDER In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered ponies not exceeding 138cms, to be ridden by Junior Members, ages in accordance with Rules 77.12 & 77.13. This competition is open to all but for qualification purposes, those riders up to the end of the calendar year in which the age of 10 is reached are eligible to enter irrespective of Points achieved. Riders aged 10 years and over on 1 January in the calendar year must not have won a total of 350 Points in the 128cms Section and 700 Points in the 138cms section. Ponies 128cm & under are not permitted to enter the 138cm Section. Pony Riders who have ever obtained points in the Gold League are not eligible for the Stepping Stones Final. Pony/Rider combinations who have ever obtained points in the Silver and/or Gold League are also not eligible for the Stepping Stones Final. Once Riders have competed at, or have ever qualified for RIHS or HOYS on any height pony they are no longer eligible to compete in the Final. Once a pony has qualified with any rider for RIHS or HOYS in the current year, then it is not eligible to compete in the final. Qualifies for: Two double clear rounds to qualify for the British Showjumping National Championships. Two double clear rounds will also qualify for the Scope Festival. Qualifying Period: 1st January-30th June for Stepping Stones. 1st January-31st July for Debut Handicap Championship. Numbers to qualify: Those pony/rider combinations who achieve two double clears (subject to revision) will qualify for the Final. Those ponies who achieve two double clears will also qualify for the Debut Handicap Championship Final at the Scope Festival (those qualified to Scope, are asked to email scope.office@btinternet.com). No rider may compete more than three ponies in the same section. British Showjumping Boots / Leg Protection Ruling applies to this class, in accordance with Rule 102.15. Failure to comply will incur disqualification.
Class 3
YAS Mini Major Great Yorkshire Qualifier (0.90m)    
Table/Speed:
A7  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Prizes:
£25.00, £20.00, £16.00, £16.00, £16.00
Info:
The Yorkshire Agricultural Society Mini Major qualifier
DRAWN ORDER In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 For registered ponies not exceeding 128cms to be ridden by Junior members (ages in accordance with Rule 77.13.) The top 4 pony/rider combinations, disregarding those already qualified, to qualify for the Yorkshire Agricultural Society Mini Major competition at the Great Yorkshire Show on 15th July, 2021. Qualified riders will only be allowed to ride one pony in the Final and must nominate the ride by 2nd July. In the event of a qualified combination not being able to start in the Final they will be replaced by another pairing at the discretion of the Organising Committee, if time permits. Pre-Entry Drawn Order British Showjumping Boots / Leg Protection Ruling applies to this class, in accordance with Rule 102.15. Failure to comply will incur disqualification.
Class 5
Pony British Novice Championship/ 0.80m Open (0.80m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Prizes:
£25.00, £20.00, £16.00, £16.00, £16.00
Info:
Rule 410. DRAWN ORDER 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 • British Novice: For registered ponies in Grade JD, that have not won a total of 150 Points to be ridden by Junior Members, ages as per Rule 77.12/77.13. Qualifies for: Pony British Novice Championship Second Rounds. Qualifying period 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Pony British Novice First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony 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). Ponies in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain their double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular Pony British Novice First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. • 80cm Open: For registered ponies in Grade JA, JC, JD to be ridden by Junior Members If combined with an open: In the event of 15 or more starters this class will be split with two sets of prize money. Ponies may enter one section only. British Showjumping Boots / Leg Protection Ruling applies to this class, in accordance with Rule 102.15. Failure to comply will incur disqualification.
Class 6
Pony Discovery / 90cm Open (0.90m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Prizes:
£25.00, £20.00, £16.00, £16.00, £16.00
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 • Discovery: For registered ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 300 Points to be ridden by Junior Members, ages as per Rule 77.12/77.13. Qualifies for: Pony Discovery Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify for: Those ponies which jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four Pony Discovery First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony Discovery Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Ponies in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain their double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular Pony Discovery First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. • 90cm Open: For registered ponies in Grade JA, JC, JD to be ridden by 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. Ponies may enter one section only. British Showjumping Boots / Leg Protection Ruling applies to this class, in accordance with Rule 102.15. Failure to comply will incur disqualification.

To incorporate the Yorkshire Agricultural Society Mini Major Qualifier. For registered ponies not exceeding 128cms to be ridden by Junior members (ages in accordance with Rule 77.13.). The top 4 pony/rider combinations, disregarding those already qualified, to qualify for the Yorkshire Agricultural Society Mini Major competition at the Great Yorkshire Show on 15th July, 2021. Qualified riders will only be allowed to ride one pony in the Final and must nominate the ride by 2nd July. In the event of a qualified combination not being able to start in the Final they will be replaced by another pairing at the discretion of the Organising Committee, if time permits.
Class 7
Blue Chip Pony Newcomers/ 1m Open (both to Inc The Pony Restricted Rider Qualifier) (1.00m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£16.00
Prizes:
£25.00, £20.00, £16.00, £16.00, £16.00
Info:
Rule 406 & 416. DRAWN ORDER First place rosette kindly sponsored by Blue Chip In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split and two sets of prize money awarded. In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes will be withheld. Rule - 76.6 • Blue Chip Pony Newcomers is for registered ponies in Grade JC & JD that have not won a total of 500 points to be ridden by Junior Members. Qualifies for: Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four Blue Chip Pony Newcomers First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony Newcomers Second Round. • The Open Section is for registered ponies in Grade JA, JC, JD to be ridden by Junior Members. Junior Members, in either the Open or the Newcomers Section who have not won a total of 500 Points are eligible for double clear qualification for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Championship. Riders who have accrued points on the Pony Gold League are not eligible to compete in the Restricted Rider 1.00m Final. Qualifies for: Four double clears will qualify for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Championship to be held at the British Showjumping National Championships. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April. Qualification is ony/rider Combination. Ponies may compete in one section only. British Showjumping Boots / Leg Protection Ruling applies to this class, in accordance with Rule 102.15. Failure to comply will incur disqualification.
Class 8
Pony Foxhunter / 1.10m Open (Both inc The Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship) (1.10m)    
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£17.00
Prizes:
£30.00, £25.00, £20.00, £17.00, £17.00
Info:
Rule 404 & 417. DRAWN ORDER 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 • Pony Foxhunter First Round is for ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 700 Points to be ridden by Junior Members. Qualifies for: Pony Foxhunter Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Numbers to qualify: Those ponies 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 the qualifying period will qualify to compete in the Second Round. • The Open Section is for registered ponies in Grade JA, JC, JD to be ridden by Junior Members. Junior Members, in either the Open or the Foxhunter Section, who have not won more than a total of 350 Points in the previous calendar year are eligible for double clear qualification for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship. Riders who have accrued points on the Pony Gold League are not eligible to compete in the Restricted Rider 1.10m Final. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Qualifies for: Four double clears will qualify for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship to be held at the British Showjumping National Championships. Qualification is pony/rider combination. British Showjumping Boots / Leg Protection Ruling applies to this class, in accordance with Rule 102.15. Failure to comply will incur disqualification.

Show Secretary: Bishop Burton College Entries Secretary
Bishop Burton College, Bishop Burton, Beverley, E Yorks, HU17 8QG
Tel: 01964 553087, Email: equine@bishopburton.ac.uk, Website: www.bishopburton.ac.uk


Location
Bishop Burton College, Bishop Burton , Beverley , E Yorks HU178QG
Map Link: HU178QG

Show Information

 Clear Round starts at 9am, first class starting at 10 am.

PLEASE CHECK YOU ARE ENTERING THE CORRECT CLASS AS SOME AMENDMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE SCHEDULE.

Payment Details & Event Fees

Entries online in advance. You can book using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Bishop Burton College.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.

Stabling Information: Yes

 Stabling available.  Please book with your entry.

Stables are £35 per night, they are permanent stables with rubber matting, no bedding provided.

Stables must be left as found.

Special Classes

 

Class 5  The Yorkshire Agricultural Society Mini Major qualifier

Start Height 90cm

For registered ponies not exceeding 128cms to be ridden by Junior members (ages in accordance with Rule 77.13.)

The top 4 pony/rider combinations, disregarding those already qualified, to qualify for the Yorkshire Agricultural Society Mini Major competition at the Great Yorkshire Show on 15th July, 2021. Qualified riders will only be allowed to ride one pony in the Final and must nominate the ride by 2nd July. In the event of a qualified combination not being able to start in the Final they will be replaced by another pairing at the discretion of the Organising Committee, if time permits.

Withdrawals/Refunds

Affiliated shows are required to repay 50 % of the entry fees in respect of all entry cancellations which are received by the Show Organiser not later than 48 hours before noon of the day on which the first affiliated competition of the show is scheduled to start except in those circumstances outlined in Rule 79.5.

Terms & Conditions

This show is subject to COVID-19 restrictions, please read the Terms & Conditions below.

Competitors must NOT attend Bishop Burton College if they:
• Have been instructed to self-isolate by NHS 111 or NHS Tract & Trace
• Are in a household that is self-isolating
• Have shown any of the following symptoms in the last 14 days:
o A new continuous cough
o An elevated temperature/fever above 37.8c
o A loss of smell or taste
• Have come into contact with anyone with a confirmed case of Covid-19 without wearing appropriate medical-grade PPE.

Restrictions are in place following Covid-19 guidelines. Please be aware of signage and follow instructions given by staff members.

All entries MUST be in advance. No entries or additional classes will be accepted on the day. Competitiors can now be accompanied by friends and family to a maximum of six people, including the rider or two housholds. All members attending the show should remain with their 'bubble' and not mix with other households whilst on site.  Individuals should travel to and from the venue as part of this bubble and the advice to arrive, compete and leave remains in place.  All tacking up and preparation of horses must take place within your designated parking area.

Warm up, cool down
A maximum of 12 riders are allowed in the jumping warm up at one time. Riders should always maintain a distance of five horse lengths apart from other competitors. Please do not lean over or hang coats, bags etc on fences or other structures. No Trainers or Coaches allowed in Warm Up.

The Competition
One competitor to be in the ring at any one time. Classes will run strictly to time allocation order. All competitions to be run as single phase. After cooling down riders must immediately return to their designated parking area to untack. No prize-giving will take place. Results will be read out and posted online. Prize money will be paid via BACS.

Venue
Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the venue. Please use it on a regular basis. Take away food and drinks will be available from an outdoor service area. Please observe Covid-19 distancing rules on queuing and move away immediately you have been served. Always maintain Social distancing. The main office will be out of bounds to everyone. Ensure you pick up your horse poo and hay from the car park, using YOUR OWN Equipment. Bring YOUR OWN WATER for washing down and buckets. Toilets will be available, but please use your own facilities if you can.

Anyone found to be disregarding these rules will be asked to leave.

General Terms and Conditions:
These Terms and Conditions apply to all competitors and spectators and must be adhered to at all times. Entry into any competition, including the hire of the Centre, shall be deemed an acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.

Bishop Burton College reserves the right to refuse entry/hire/stable booking without stating the reason, to cancel or amend competitions or classes in any way and all rights of admission. Bishop Burton College does not accept any responsibility or liability for any injury, accident, damage or illness to any person, property or animal whatsoever, or for any loss whatsoever, arising out of, or occurring at any competition, show or event. It shall be a condition of entry/hire of the Centre that each entrant shall indemnify the organisers against any legal action whatsoever arising from any accident.
A British Standard approved hard hat must be worn when riding or leading the horse. For all competitions, the judge’s decision is final. At all times, all competitors and other visitors must adhere to all instructions given by stewards/staff.
It is the owners/rider’s responsibility to ensure that horses/ponies are the correct height for their class.
The Collecting Ring area is for the purpose of warming up. It is strictly not a viewing or standing area, nor is it to be used by anyone other than those entered in the current class.
Bishop Burton College reserves the right to alter any schedule at any time without prior notice.
Closing dates for all shows may be altered if the classes are full.
All children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
All rubbish must be disposed of in the bins provided. Lorries/trailers are not to be skipped out onto the car park.
Horses and/or ponies must not be left unattended at any time when tied outside horseboxes or trailers.
Dogs are welcome onsite but must be kept on a lead at all times. Waste is to be disposed of in the bins provided.
All accidents must be reported, and an accident report completed at the main office.
Photographs and live streaming will be taken at events by a professional, licenced photographer/videographer who has been approved. Bishop Burton College reserves the right to use these photographs for advertising purposes to promote future events. No other photographers are permitted to photograph the event. Please note that if you are not happy to be photographed or filmed at an event, you need to tell the show office immediately.
Any person causing any damage, disruption or unwanted behaviour will be asked to leave the premises and will not be permitted to participate any further in the show.
Bishop Burton College use Equine Affaires as their chosen event administration system.
Entry form details will be added to this system to inform competitors that their entries have been received. If competitors do not wish for this information to be shared with our chosen entry system, then we will not be able to process and accept your entry.
All persons entering onto Bishop Burton College, by virtue of admission, agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions and the General Rules of the Competition.

Equine Influenza Vaccinations: Primary vaccinations with an in-date 12-month booster. Spot checks will be carried out.

Bishop Burton College has taken every reasonable precaution to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective everyone must take reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the officials and stewards.

Please be respectful to our staff and officials, they are working to keep everyone safe and the sport to run.

 

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