Henley Horse Show British Show Jumping (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sat, Sep 11, 2021
Closing Date
Fri, Sep 3, 2021
Starting Times:

CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES: 3 SEPTEMBER 2021. NO LATE ENTRIES.
BS Drawn Order Declarations: Jumping Classes 102 (A4) & 103 (Area Trial) must be made to the Declarations Secretary in the Horse Secretary’s Tent at least 1 hour before the advertised start of the Class.


Class 102
Challenge Stakes (1.30m - 1.40m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Table/Speed:
A4  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£50.00
Prizes:
£400.00, £200.00, £150.00, £100.00, £75.00, £50.00, £40.00, £40.00, The H&DAA CUP will be awarded to the winner
Info:
9:30am. (one round against the clock). For registered horses ridden by Full, Associate and Junior members. Drawn order see Declarations
Class 103
Area Trial (1.55m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 1
Table/Speed:
A9  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£70.00
Prizes:
£1,000.00, £750.00, £500.00, £300.00, £150.00, £100.00, £100.00, £100.00, The Brakspear Challenge Cup will be awarded to the winner
This class has been generously sponsored by Merrimoles Farm, Julia Ross Group & T A Fisher
Info:
11:45am. Eligibility criteria as per Rule No 293 Drawn order see Declarations
Class 203
Nupafeed Supplements Senior Discovery/ 1m Open - First Round (1.00m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Prizes:
£50.00, £40.00, £30.00, £20.00, £20.00
Info:
Not before 10.30am.
Eligibility criteria as per Rule 314
Class 204
Accumulator (1.00m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £75.00, £50.00, £35.00, £30.00
Info:
To follow Restricted to Silver and Bronze League riders. Eligibility criteria as per Rule 274
Class 205
Lord & Lady Equestrian Senior Newcomers/ 1.10m Open - First Round (1.10m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  325mpm
Entry Fee:
£25.00
Prizes:
£75.00, £55.00, £35.00, £25.00, £20.00
Info:
To Follow
Eligibility criteria as per Rule 312
Class 206
Equitop GLME Senior Foxhunter/ Grade C - First Round (1.20m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  350mpm
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£150.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00, £30.00
Info:
Not before 2.00pm
Eligibility criteria as per Rule 310
Class 207
National 1.30m Open Championship (1.30m)    
Ring:
Ring / Arena 2
Table/Speed:
Single Phase  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£35.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £130.00, £80.00, £60.00, £30.00, £30.00, The Sidney Green Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the winner
Info:
To follow
Eligibility criteria as per Rule 306

Show Secretary: Henley Horse Show
Unit 7, Greenlands Farm, Dairy Lane, Hambleden, Henley On Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 3AS
Tel: 01491 413619, Mobile: 07879255999, Email: henleyhorseentries@hotmail.com


Location
Henley Showground, Greenlands Farm , Hambleden , Nr Henley On Thames , Oxfordshire RG93AS
Map Link: RG93AS

Show Information

Entries in Classes 102, 103, 203, 204, 205, 206 & 207 are confined to BS registered horses, ridden by members in accordance with Rule 79. Class 204 1m Accumulator restricted to Silver and Bronze League riders

Payment Details & Event Fees

Entries in advance only. You can book using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Henley Horse Show.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.
First Aid £5 per rider.

Prize Information

Please note all prize money in Classes 203 to 207 will be awarded in line with BS Rule 76.6
First Prize Winners/Champions & Reserve Champions of morning or early afternoon Classes are invited to attend the Grand Parade in the Main Ring at approximately

Terms & Conditions

Rules for British Showjumping Competitions in England from 19th July 2021
As you are aware during the COVID-19 pandemic, operational protocols have been implemented to enable the sport to continue to run. As COVID restrictions begin to ease in England and following consultation with the Members Council and National Sport Committee some of the protocols will remain and some have been amended.
From the 19th July 2021 British Showjumping shows in England are required to continue to adhere to the following:
All entries and payments to be completed online in advance of the show date.
• Any day tickets must be obtained online prior to the close of entries. Show Organiser should implement a phased entry system with priority entry spaces for members followed by ticket entries. Times must be available 48 hours in advance of the show starting.
• Specific individual timeslots to be allocated on close of entries minimum of 2 mins per combination. Show Organisers are required to consider allocation of times to riders to minimise time on venue for multiple rides or competitors jumping in multiple classes.
• Judges app must be used to record results and results submitted electronically to British Showjumping. Rules for numbers in warm up arenas have been amended to:
• A maximum of 8 horses/riders along with a maximum of two individuals permitted to alter practice fences.
• For Gold League horse classes (1.40m and above) Show Organisers are permitted to allow 1 person per rider, in the warm up arena to alter practice fences.
• The warm up area should be monitored by a steward / marshal to ensure that these restrictions are observed at all times.

British Showjumping strongly encourage Show Organisers to review the numbers you intend to permit in your warm up arenas, taking into account your facilities available, as well as considering the time required for competitors to adequately warm up whilst also ensuring warm up arenas remain safe and are not overcrowded. Each venues warm up rules should be clearly communicated in advance to all competitors. Should you wish to discuss your venues warm up rules please contact your Development Officer.

From 19th July in England all other restrictions stated in the British Showjumping COVID-19 protocols are no longer applicable. We do however remind Show Organisers that the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing and you should continue to ensure appropriate measures are in place to minimise spread of the disease and risk of infection.

Horse Show Conditions of Entry
All times shown in this schedule are for guidance only and classes may start later than stated depending on previous class sizes. Please watch progress in your Ring.
ALL CUPS MUST BE RETURNED AT LEAST TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO THE NEXT SHOW, WHICH WILL BE HELD ON 10TH SEPTEMBER 2022. THANK YOU.
1. Every Competitor must wear correct riding costume. For all ridden classes this must include protective headgear, adhering to either PAS015 or (BS) EN1348 double marked with another standard such as Snell or PAS015, which must be worn and fastened at all times whilst mounted.
2. All In-Hand Competitors under the age of 14 are required to wear protective headgear, adhering to either PAS015 or (BS) EN1348 double marked with another standard such as Snell or PAS015, whilst exhibiting in the show rings.
3. Horses and Ponies must keep to designated areas only.
4. Horse Passports to be carried at all times. The correct Equine Influenza Vaccination record is mandatory.
5. Each Exhibitor shall be solely responsible for any consequential or other loss, injury, or damage done to or occasioned by, or arising from any animal exhibited by him and shall indemnify and hold harmless the Henley & District Agricultural Association Limited in respect thereof as aforesaid.
6. Neither the Association nor any of its officers or servants shall be in any way responsible or accountable for anything that may happen from any cause or circumstance whatsoever to any persons, or exhibitors, or their servants or to any animal or article exhibited, or property brought into the Showground or otherwise for anything else in connection with, or arising out of, or attributable to the Association’s Show, or these or any other conditions or regulations prescribed by the Association in relation thereto.
7. Entry Fee Refunds - a 50% refund may be claimed ONLY where a valid Medical or Veterinary Certificate is produced. All refunds must be requested in writing to the Show Office no later than 14 days from the date of show. In order to qualify for a refund all badges and passes MUST be returned, in-used.
8. Vehicle passes are for horseboxes or vehicle transporting Light Trade carriages ONLY. Private cars carrying spectators/grooms/extra equipment and tack etc must park in the Public Car Park.
9. The Judges decision is final.
10. All exhibitors agree to pay the First Aid contribution of £5 per rider/handler.
11. Ticket allocations are as follows:
a) 1st Horse or Pony = 2 people passed (one rider plus one driver/groom)
b) Additional Horse/Pony = 1 people pass per additional animal
c) Additional Rider/handler - 1 people pass per additional competitor
d) 1 Vehicle Pass will be issued per 3 animals entered unless a valid reason is givene) For Light Trade Class = 1 extra vehicle pass and/or people pass maybe requested
f) For Leading Rein and First Ridden classes = 1 extra people pass will be allocated per pony
Extra passes may be purchased via the entry forms or on the show website
THE VEHICLE PASSES DO NOT ADMIT THE DRIVER OR OTHER OCCUPANTS.
EACH PASSENGER NOT IN POSSESSION OF A PEOPLE PASS WILL BE CHARGED
ENTRANCE FEES AS PER THE ADVERTISED PRICING. RANDOM VEHICLE CHECKS WILL BE PERFORMED.
The above conditions shall expressly apply to all horses and those in charge of them within the showground and its car parks.
Cars and Vehicles: No responsibility is accepted for cars or other vehicles and/or their contents left in the Official Car Park, on the Showground, or elsewhere, before, during or after the Show at any time.
ENTRIES CLOSE: Monday 6th September 2021
NB - postal entries must be postmarked on or before Friday 3rd September to be accepted.
ENTRIES ON THE DAY - due to the requirement for a box pass for entry to the showground, on the day entries can ONLY be be additional entries for those competitors who have pre-entered and received a horse box pass.
PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE DOGS IN YOUR CAR
WARNING: IF YOUR DOG IS FOUND TO BE AT RISK, FORCIBLE ENTRY TO YOUR
VEHICLE MAY BE NECESSARY WITHOUT LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED

 

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