Keysoe International Unaffiliated Jump for Cash 3 Day Show Jumping Show (Results Available)


Show Date
Fri, Sep 17, 2021 to Sun, Sep 19, 2021
Enter Online
Results:
Website:
Starting Times:

Classes are all pre Entry with times published 5pm day before


Class 1
Show Jumping (0.90m)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00
Class 2
Show Jumping (1.00m)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00,
Class 3
Show Jumping (1.10m)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00
Class 4
Show Jumping (1.20m)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £120.00, £70.00, £50.00,
Class 5
Show Jumping (1.30m)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £120.00, £70.00, £50.00
Class 6
Show Jumping (1.40m)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£300.00, £150.00, £100.00, £70.00
Class 7
Accumulator (1.10m)    
Day:
Fri
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
A  375mpm
Entry Fee:
£50.00
Prizes:
£500.00, £250.00, £100.00
Info:
THE BEDFORDSHIRE ACCUMULATOR 1.10M TO 1.30M WITH 1.40 JOKER
Start Height 1.10m. Joker Height – 1.40m. This competition takes place over six, eight or 10 obstacles which are progressively more difficult. No combination obstacles are allowed. The progressive difficulty is not solely due to the height and spread of the obstacles, but also to the difficulty of the track. Points are awarded as follows: One point for obstacle No. 1 cleared, two points for No. 2, three points for No. 3 etc. with total of 21, 36 or 55 points. No point is awarded for an obstacle knocked down. Faults other than knock-downs are penalised as for Table A and any of these faults, including time faults, are converted into points and deducted from any jumping points scored. This competition is run directly against the clock. For the last obstacle of the course, an alternative obstacle may be provided, of which one part may be designated the Joker. The Joker must be more difficult than the alternative obstacle and carry double points. If the Joker is knocked down, the points must be deducted from the total. Fastest time with highest points wins.
Class 8
Show Jumping (0.90m)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00,
Class 9
Show Jumping (1.00m)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00,
Class 10
Show Jumping (1.10m)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00,
Class 11
Show Jumping (1.20m)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £120.00, £70.00, £50.00
Class 12
Show Jumping (1.30m)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£200.00, £120.00, £70.00, £50.00
Class 13
Show Jumping (1.40m)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£300.00, £150.00, £100.00, £70.00
Class 14
Masters Show Jumping (1.15m)    
Day:
Sat
Ring:
Main Arena/Ring
Table/Speed:
A
Entry Fee:
£50.00
Prizes:
£500.00, £250.00, £100.00
Info:
KEYSOE MASTERS – KNOCKOUT COMPETITION
Maximum entries 20 5 fences on the course When a rider jumps the course clear they choose a fence to be raised one hole If a fence is knocked down or the horse occurs a refusal the rider will donate £20 to our chosen charity and they will be out of the competition Run over maximum of 5 rounds, all riders on equal faults after 4th round will jump the final round against the clock. Fastest time with fewest faults is the winner.
Class 15
Show Jumping - Final (0.95m)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
Outdoor Arena
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£150.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00
Info:
Can only jump on The Finals Day if you have competed on Friday or Saturday.
Class 16
Show Jumping - Final (1.05m)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
Outdoor Arena
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£20.00
Prizes:
£150.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00, £30.00,
Info:
Can only jump on The Finals Day if you have competed on Friday or Saturday.
Class 17
Show Jumping - Final (1.15m)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
Outdoor Arena
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£250.00, £170.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00
Info:
Can only jump on The Finals Day if you have competed on Friday or Saturday.
Class 18
Show Jumping - Final (1.25m)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
Outdoor Arena
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£250.00, £170.00, £100.00, £70.00, £50.00
Info:
Can only jump on The Finals Day if you have competed on Friday or Saturday.
Class 19
Show Jumping - Final (1.35m)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
Outdoor Arena
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£350.00, £250.00, £200.00, £100.00, £70.00
Info:
Can only jump on The Finals Day if you have competed on Friday or Saturday.
Class 20
Grand Prix (1.45m)    
Day:
Sun
Ring:
Outdoor Arena
Table/Speed:
Single Phase
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Prizes:
£500.00, £250.00, £100.00
Info:
Can only jump on The Finals Day if you have competed on Friday or Saturday.

Show Secretary: Keysoe International Show Secretary
Church Road, Keysoe, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK44 2JP
Tel: 01234 708400, Mobile: 07788 913449, Email: info@keysoe.com, Website: www.keysoe.com


Location
Keysoe International, Church Road , Keysoe , Bedford , Bedfordshire MK442JP
Map Link: MK442JP

Payment Details & Event Fees

Entries in advance only. You can enter using a Secure Online Entry System:
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Keysoe International.
You will receive an email confirmation of your class entry and payment.

Stabling Information: Yes

Prize Information

Rosettes to 6th in all classes

Additional Competitions Based on a points system.

Prize: £300 Leading Rider over 18
£150 Leading Rider 17 and under
£300 Leading overall Horse

Leading Rider (18 and over) & Leading Rider (17 and under)
10 points for 1st, 9 points for 2nd, 8 points for 3rd, 7 points for 4th, 6 points for 5th, 5 points for 6th, 4 points for 7th, 3 points for 8th, 2 points for 9th and 1 point 10th.
Points count for the highest placings in 3 classes per day
Rider can compete over all 3 days as points will be an accumulation

Overall Leading Horse
10 points for 1st, 9 points for 2nd, 8 points for 3rd, 7 points for 4th, 6 points for 5th, 5 points for 6th, 4 points for 7th, 3 points for 8th, 2 points for 9th and 1 point 10th.
Points count for the highest placings in 2 classes per day.
Horse can compete over all 3 days as points will be an accumulation

Special Classes

Finals Day: Can only jump on The Finals Day if you have competed on Friday or Saturday. Anyone who has placed in the top 3 in the previous 2 days, gets free entry into Finals Day

Terms & Conditions
1. Jumping classes will be held under British Showjumping rules. 2. Horses can jump in a maximum of two classes per day 3. Entries in all classes are confined to horses ridden by riders age 12 and over as at Jan 1st 2021 4. Objections to the result of any jumping class may only be made by an authorised agent or rider of a horse in that competition. Any such objection must be made in writing to the Secretary within one hour of the competition ending and a deposit of £50 paid, which is returnable within 7 days if the objection is upheld. 5. The landowners, organisers and officials shall not accept any liability or be held responsible for anything that may happen to competitors, owners, spectators, their property and/or vehicles, servants, animals or any other person or property whatsoever, in connection with or arising from this event. No claim shall be entered for any incident, which may occur to competitors, their property, servants or horses in connection with or arising out of this Show. It shall be considered a condition of entry that each entrant shall immediately indemnify the promoters against any legal action arising from any such incident, whether or not it is the result of negligence of anyone assisting in the running of the Show. 6. Prize money will be awarded as follows: Classes 1-6 and 8-13, 1-5 entries 1st prize, 6-10 entries 1st & 2nd prize, 11-15 entries 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize, 16+ entries 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th prize Classes 15-19, 1-5 entries 1st prize, 6-10 entries 1st & 2nd prize, 11-15 entries 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize, 16-20 entries 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th prize, 21+ entries 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th prize Classes 7, 14 & 20, 1-10 entries 1st prize, 11-15 entries 1st & 2nd prize, 16+ entries 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize 7. Riders placed in the top 3 in classes 1-6 & 8-13 will receive free entry to the relevant class on the Sunday, riders must come to the office to declare before the end of the show on Saturday 8. Only horse/rider combinations who have competed on the Friday and/or Saturday are eligible to enter on the Sunday 9. Hard hats with two point retaining harness correctly secured, TO CURRENT STANDARDS EN1384, ATSM 1163 OR PAS O15 with Kitemark or SEI, MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES WHILST MOUNTED, ie WORKING IN AND COMPETING. 10. NO CLEANING OUT OF LORRIES and all Dogs must be kept on leads 11. No person shall allow a stallion for which she/he is responsible as owner, lessee, authorised agent or rider to attend a show, compete or be prepared to compete, in any show jumping competition without taking adequate precautions to ensure other horses/ponies, competitors and members of the public are not put at risk of injury 12. Warm Up Areas: no-one on foot allowed in warm up areas. No lungeing / leading in SJ warm-up arena. No more than 8 horses in the SJ warm-up arena at any one time. Competitors must leave the warmup areas if asked to do so by a steward/official. 13. WHIP rules. No rider may carry, use or permit to be used a whip other than as detailed below, in the arena, the collecting ring or anywhere, on, or in the immediate vicinity of the showground. Only one whip may be carried and no substitute for a whip may be carried. A whip, if carried, must be held in the hand by the handle with the handle at the top. 1. The maximum length of the “Whip” is 70cm and must be no less than 45cm. 2. There must be no “binding” within 17 centimetres of the end of the “Pad”. 3. The minimum diameter for a “Shaft” is 1 centimetre and the “Shaft” should run through the entirety of the whip. 4. The overall weight of the “Whip” must not exceed 160 grams and the weight should be evenly distributed throughout the full length of the “Whip”. 5. The “Contact area”, is considered to be 2/5’s (two fifths) of the overall length of the “Whip” and must be covered with a “Pad”. 6. The “Pad” must be smooth, with no protrusion or raised surface, and be made of shock absorbing material throughout its circumference such that it gives a compression factor of at least 6mm. There is to be no wording, advertising or personalisation of any kind on the “Pad”. 14. SPURS rules. Spurs of excessively severe design are not to be worn. Spurs must be of smooth material (metal or plastic). The end of the shank must be blunt and must point only towards the rear. Only one pair of spurs are to be worn, secured to the rider’s foot in the traditionally correct manner, with the curve of the neck of the spur directed downwards. 2. The overall length of the spur is not to exceed 4cm, measured from the back of the boot to the end of the spur, in its entirety. 3. Only Dummy, Rollerball, Impulse, Rowelled, hammerhead & Prince of Wales Spurs are allowed to be worn. 4. Rowelled spurs if worn, must have smooth rowels, with a diameter of no less than 1cm and no greater than 2cm, with a minimum width of 1.8mm. The rowels must sit in the vertical plane, horizontal rowels are not allowed. 5. Spurs with interchangeable/removable shanks, spurs with necks set on the inside of the heel, spurs with roughened or cutting edges, serrated spurs, with or without necks are not allowed.

 

Email Secretary - info@keysoe.com
Copyright 1999 - 2021 : Equine Affairs
Event promoted by www.equineaffairs.com - The UK's Biggest Show Directory, www.myridinglife.com - The UK's Biggest Show Entries Website and is part of Show Software produced by Affairs Group IT www.affairsgroup.co.uk

 


Accept Cookies?