Summer Horse Schedule 2011 by 55nsNY3

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									     NORTH OF ENGLAND SUMMER HORSE SHOW
                          Sponsored by Garrick Engineering Shelters Ltd

                                               Featuring

          The ‘Underwood’ Supreme Ridden Show Horse
                       Championship Final
     &    ’The Fieldmaster’ Supreme Amateur Ridden Show
                    Horse Championship Final
                                to be held at
  Arena UK, Allington Lane, Allington, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF
     (Leave A1 at Grantham Services and follow Brown signs for Equestrian Centre)
                                      Tel: 01476 591569
                                     (www.arenauk.org)
                                   Saturday 2nd July 2011

       SECRETARY: MR STUART HOLLINGS, BLUE SLATE STABLES, SHOWLEY ROAD,
                    CLAYTON-LE-DALE, BLACKBURN, LANCS, BB1 9DP
         TEL: 01254 812805 FAX: 01254 814805 E-Mail: info@team-hollings.co.uk

                        www.northofenglandshows.co.uk

                                ENTRIES CLOSE 4th JUNE
  All late entries and entries on the day are charged extra (see back of schedule)

There will be a Veterinary Surgeon, a Doctor and a Farrier on call. First Aid will be in attendance. The
organisers of the show have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure the HEALTH & SAFETY of everyone
present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and
prevent accidents occurring, and they must obey the instructions of the organisers and all officials and
stewards. No responsibility will be accepted by the organisers for any loss, damage, illness or injury
sustained by the exhibitors, riders, or their animals and entries are accepted on this basis. Anyone on a
horse must wear a hard hat. Grooms must wear a hat when in the ring.

          PLEASE NOTE THAT EXHIBITOR NUMBERS ARE TO BE COLLECTED
                          ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW

                     STABLING AVAILABLE AT ARENA UK (01476 591569)


                             THE JUDGES DECISION IS FINAL

Classes 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 16-19, 22 are qualifiers for the 2011 Horse of the Year Show
at NEC Birmingham (Tuesday 4th October – Sunday 9th October). The entry fees in
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these classes include a £10.50 HOYS contribution.
                                         SHB (GB) CLASSES
All Hunter classes will be judged under the Society’s rules and SHB(GB) (01732866277) require all entries
in the Hunter classes to be Registered. Classes 16-19 and 22 are qualifying events for the Horse of the
Year Show 2011 and only horses registered on the 2011 Show Hunter register are eligible to enter.
Registration numbers must be quoted on the entry form, and owners and riders must be members of the
society. The highest placed unqualified horse in the first four in classes 16-19, 22 will qualify to enter at the
Horse of the Year Show. No horse lower than fourth in its class will qualify. Classes 16-19 are qualifying
events for the 2011 NHSCS. The three highest placed horses in each class will qualify to enter at the
NHSCS. No horse lower than third in its class will qualify. Horses in classes 15, 20 21, 23 - 25 are only
required to be registered on the Basic Identity Record or Stud Book of the Society. The Society offers a
temporary registration to competitors who wish to compete at a maximum of three qualifying shows for a fee
of £12 per show. If the horse subsequently qualifies then they will need to complete their full registration
before the championship final and a £12 fee will be refunded. Any exhibit found not to be correctly
registered will be disqualified. A skull cap or hat and safety harness, according to the current BSI or
European standard MUST BE WORN by all competitors under the age of eighteen in all Sport Horse (GB)
Classes. Skull caps must have a navy blue or black cover. Horses competing in SHB (GB) classes at their
affiliated shows cannot compete in Hack and Riding Horse classes at the same show. This does not apply
to Working Hunter and Ridden Sport Horse Classes.

AMATEUR STATUS: A person is an amateur for showing purposes when showing ridden hunters in an
amateur class if he or she does not:
a)    Engage in, livery, buying, selling, dealing or hiring horses as a means of deriving a main source of
      income since 1st January 2009.
b)    Accept remuneration whether it be monetary or goods in kind for employment in connection with
      horses in a racing, showing, livery stable or riding school. (Instruction at Pony Club or Riding Club
      excepted) since 1st January 2009.
c)    Show a horse owned or sponsored by a company or commercial firm or a horse for which his or her
      immediate family accepts livery or training charges from a person outside the immediate concern
      since 1st January 2009.
d)    Show a horse which a professional rider has qualified in the weights or small ridden hunter class for
      either the Horse of the Year Championships or the Royal International Horse Show during the current
      year, unless the horse has subsequently reregistered under new ownership.
e)    Professional show persons must not enter the Amateur Ring whilst the classes are in progress.
f)    A professional rider must not ride or exercise an amateur’s horse on the day it is competing in
      amateur classes.



                                            BSHA CLASSES
Held under the rules of the British Show Horse Association (01462 437770). Horses must be registered
with the Association and all owners, exhibitors and riders must be Association members. Riders must
be 15 years of age or older.

Classes 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 are qualifying classes for Horse of the Year Show 2011. The first prize
winner will qualify to compete at the final. If already qualified, the second will qualify. If the first and
second are already qualified then the third will go forward and so forth to fifth place. In accordance
with BSHA rules the annual BSHA HOYS fee of £15 must have been paid to BSHA before the entry is
made if the exhibitor wishes to qualify. The BSHA HOYS fee cannot be paid in retrospect. This fee is
not the HOYS levy, which goes to Grandstand Media Ltd.

Non members may purchase up to a maximum of two ‘Day Tickets’ per exhibitor, per horse, per season. A
Day Ticket will allow entry into Novice, Amateur, Young Rider, Home Produced, Working and Open
Affiliated Classes only but will not allow entry into HOYS qualifying classes. Horses registered on a Day
Ticket do not require a JMB Height certificate. Competitors can purchase a day ticket from the BSHA office.

Horses competing in SHB (GB) classes at their affiliated shows cannot compete in Hack and Riding
Horse classes at the same show. Hacks are barred from Riding Horse classes and vice versa.
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The three highest placed prize winners in all open affiliated classes will qualify to compete in the
BSHA Classic Supreme Classes at the National Championship Show at Addington (9th & 10th
September 2011)

The BSHA offers a Novice, Young Rider and Amateur rosette in each open class and a Championship
rosette for each section.
Virbac Animal Health, manufacturers of leading wormer brands Equimax and Eraquell will issue the
HOYS Cob qualifier in each class a qualification rosette and card, this will not be presented in the ring
but will be forwarded along with confirmation of qualification from the BSHA.

A Novice is a Hack, Cob or Riding Horse which has not won a first prize of £25 or more or a total of
£100 in any BSHA affiliated showing classes at home or abroad prior to 1 January 2011. Winnings
gained as a four year old are exempt unless that four year old has won an open ridden class. A novice
may be shown in a snaffle bridle.

AMATEUR STATUS: A person is an amateur for the purposes of showing horses when showing
Hacks, Cobs or Riding Horses, if he or she does not:
i)     engage in breeding with two or more broodmares, livery, buying, selling, dealing or hiring
       horses.
ii)    accept remuneration for employment in connection with horses in a racing, showing, livery
       stables or riding school (instruction at Pony Club or Riding Club excepted). This does not
       include the suppliers of ancillary services such as farriers and vets.
iii)   show a horse owned or sponsored by a company or commercial firm, or a horse for which his or
       her immediate family accepts livery or training charges from a person outside the immediate
       family concerned.
iv)    a competitor is not eligible to compete in amateur classes on an exhibit which has been ridden
       by a professional rider in any open classes during the current year, unless the horse has
       subsequently been re registered under new ownership.
       On a day when an exhibit is competing in an Amateur class, Professionals are not allowed
       to ride or work in the relevant animal. No Professional Producers are allowed into the
       ring to groom/strip the horse.




                    Classes 3, 4, 8, 11 and 15 are qualifiers for
            ‘THE FIELDMASTER’ SUPREME AMATEUR RIDDEN SHOW
                         HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
            The highest placed horse not already qualified will go forward




                                     RING ONE
  N.B. CLASSES IN THIS RING START AT 7.30AM AND WILL FOLLOW ON
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                                HOYS HACK CLASSES
JUDGES:      Mr J Van Praagh (R)       Mr M Fuller (C)

Class 1:     The Small Hack of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding 148cms and
             not exceeding 154cms.
                                                   Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)

Class 2:     The Large Hack of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding 154cms and
             not exceeding 160cms.
                                                   Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)



                               CH1 HACK CHAMPIONSHIP
                       First and second prize winners from classes 1, 2
                The Champion will receive the Pat Atkinson Memorial Trophy
                       THE CHAMPION AND RESERVE GO FORWARD TO
           THE ‘UNDERWOOD’ SUPREME RIDDEN SHOW HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL


                AMATEUR COB/ RIDING HORSE CLASSES
JUDGES:      Miss C Chubb (R)          Mr D C Kellow (C)

Class 3:     Amateur Owner/Rider Cob/Maxi Cob, mare or gelding four years and over
             exceeding 148c. To be ridden by an amateur.
                                                                         Entry Fee: £18

Class 4:     Amateur Owner/Rider Riding Horse, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding
             148cms. To be ridden by an amateur.
                                                                         Entry Fee: £18



                                 HOYS COB CLASSES

JUDGES:      Mr J Van Praagh (R)       Mr M Fuller (C)

Class 5:     The Equimax/Eraquell Lightweight Cob of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and
             over capable of carrying up to 14st exceeding 148cms and not exceeding 155cms.

                                                   Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)



Class 6:     The Equimax/Eraquell Heavyweight Cob of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years
             and over capable of carrying over 14st exceeding 148cms and not exceeding 155cms

                                                   Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)


                                CH2 COB CHAMPIONSHIP
                        First and second prize winners from classes 5, 6
                       THE CHAMPION AND RESERVE GO FORWARD TO
           THE ‘UNDERWOOD’ SUPREME RIDDEN SHOW HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL




                              HOYS MAXI COB CLASS
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JUDGES:        Mr J Van Praagh (R)        Mr M Fuller (C)

Class 7:       The Maxi Cob of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding 155cms.
               To be shown hogged.
                                              Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 +£ 10.50 HOYS contribution)

THE WINNER OR SECOND GOES FORWARD TO THE ‘UNDERWOOD’ SUPREME RIDDEN SHOW HORSE
CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

                                  AMATEUR HACK CLASS

JUDGES:        Miss C Chubb (R)            Mr D C Kellow (C)

Class 8:       Amateur Owner/Rider Hack, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding 148cms not
               exceeding 160cms. To be ridden by an amateur.
                                                                              Entry Fee: £18




                           HOYS RIDING HORSE CLASSES

JUDGES:        Mr J Van Praagh (R)        Mr M Fuller (C)

Class 9:       The Small Riding Horse of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding
               148cms and not exceeding 158cms.
                                                        Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)


Class 10:      The Large Riding Horse of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding
               158cms.

                                                        Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)




                          CH3 RIDING HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP
                          First and second prize winners from classes 9,10
                        THE CHAMPION AND RESERVE GO FORWARD TO
            THE ‘UNDERWOOD’ SUPREME RIDDEN SHOW HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL




  THE ‘UNDERWOOD’ SUPREME RIDDEN SHOW HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
               takes place on completion of CH3 ( IN RING TWO )
                                     followed by
‘THE FIELDMASTER’ SUPREME AMATEUR RIDDEN SHOW HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP
                                       FINAL



                                HOME PRODUCED CLASS
Amateur Owner/Rider Home Produced: Open to horses which are either stabled at home or in a DIY yard and
which since 1st January 2011 have not been shown by a professional during the current season or stabled in
a professional yard at any time in 2011. To be ridden by an amateur. This does not exclude amateur

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owner/home produced riders from having lessons at any time with an instructor, provided the horse remains
stabled at home. No Professional Producers are allowed into the ring to groom/strip the Horse

JUDGE:         Mr P Crafts

Class 11:      Affiliated Amateur Owner/Rider Home Produced Hack, Cob/Maxi Cob or
               Riding Horse.
                                                                           Entry Fee: £18




                                    NOVICE COB CLASS

JUDGES:        Miss C Chubb (R)              Mr D C Kellow (C)

Class 12:      Novice Cob, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding 148cms and not exceeding
               155cms.
                                                                           Entry Fee: £18


                                   NOVICE HACK CLASS
JUDGES:        Miss C Chubb (R)              Mr D C Kellow (C)

Class 13:      Novice Hack, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding 148cms and not exceeding
               160cms.
                                                                           Entry Fee: £18

                             NOVICE RIDING HORSE CLASS
JUDGES:        Miss C Chubb (R)              Mr D C Kellow (C)


Class 14:      Novice Riding Horse, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding 148cms.

                                                                            Entry Fee: £18




   __________________________
            RING TWO
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               CLASSES START AT 8.00AM AND WILL FOLLOW ON

                                    HUNTER CLASSES

JUDGES:       Mrs A Varley (R)        Mr P Crafts(C)

Class 15:     Amateur Rider Open Hunter, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding 148cms.
                                                                           Entry Fee: £18
                      HOYS SMALL SHOW HUNTER CLASS

JUDGES:       Mr T Wiggett (R)        Mrs R King (C)

Class 16:     The Small Show Hunter of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and over exceeding
              148cms (14.2hh) not exceeding 158cms (15.2hh).
                                                 Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)

THE WINNER OR SECOND GOES FORWARD TO THE ‘UNDERWOOD’ SUPREME RIDDEN SHOW HORSE
CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL



                          HOYS OPEN WEIGHT CLASSES
JUDGES:       Mr T Wiggett (R)        Mrs R King (C)


Class 17:     The TopSpec Lightweight Show Hunter of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and
              over capable of carrying up to 12st 7lbs (79.5kgs)
                                                      Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)


Class 18:     The TopSpec Middleweight Show Hunter of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years
              and over capable of carrying 12st 7lbs (79.5kgs)and not exceeding 14st(89kgs)
                                                      Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)


Class 19:     The TopSpec Heavyweight Show Hunter of the Year, mare or gelding 4 years and
              over and capable of carrying over 14st (89kgs)
                                                      Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)


                               CH4 HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP
                      First and second prize winners from classes 17, 18,19,
                        THE CHAMPION AND RESERVE GO FORWARD TO
            THE ‘UNDERWOOD’ SUPREME RIDDEN SHOW HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL



JUDGES:       Mrs R King (R)          Mr T Wiggett (C)

Class 20:     Four Year Old Hunter, mare or gelding.
                                                                           Entry Fee: £18
JUDGES:       Mrs R King (R)          Mr T Wiggett (C)

Class 21:     Novice Hunter, mare or gelding 4 years and over not having won a first prize value of £60
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                or a total of £200 (or equivalent values) in prize money in any SHB(GB) affiliated ridden
                hunter classes at home or abroad before 1 January 2011 excepting prize money awarded in
                Four Year old classes only. This does not apply to Novice Working Hunter Classes. Any horse
                that qualifies for HOYS in a Ridden Hunter Class (not including Working Hunter Classes) will
                not be eligible to compete in novice classes from 1st January 2012, but horses that qualified
                for HOYS as a 4 year old are exempt.
                                                                               Entry Fee: £18




                                   RING THREE
                   CLASSES START AT 8AM AND WILL FOLLOW ON

                              WORKING HUNTER CLASSES
                                 Course Builder: TBC
There will be a change of course between the Open, Restricted, Novice and Amateur classes. Any horse
which has qualified as a Grade A Showjumper or Advanced Event Horse as at 1 st January 2011- is not
eligible to compete in Working Hunter Classes. To be judged 60% for jumping performance, 40% as for
Hunter Classes. The jumping to be judged 40% actual jumping and 20% style and presence. Ride and
conformation 40%. Horses with minus scores after the jumping phase will not be required for the second
phase of the class. Fences to be a minimum of eight and a maximum of twelve in number. Maximum height
3'9" -1.14 mtrs(Novice class- min height 2’9” -0.85mtrs max 3’3”;1.00mtr Amateur and Restricted classes-
max height 3’6” 1.07 mtrs) at the discretion of the judges. Working Hunters may compete ‘hors
concours’ in novice and restricted working hunter classes in the jumping phase only at the
discretion of the show secretary but the horse cannot compete in any other working hunter
classes for the duration of that show. All obstacles are numbered. Fences should have a natural
presence and not be easily dislodged. The manner of going to be taken into account. No change of rider or
tack will be allowed (unless a horse is ridden side saddle, in which cases in order to allow the judge to ride,
the saddle may be changed for the riding phase only). No hind boots or bandages of any description are
allowed in the collecting ring, warm up or in the actual class. On completion of the jumping phase all clear
rounds and any other horses the judges may require, should be asked to return to the ring. If a horse
positively stops or turns its quarters to a fence or has a complete turnaround, these constitute refusals. If a
horse jumps the incorrect fence out of a pen or lane it will be eliminated. Horses displaying continued
disobedience or horses leaving the ring whether mounted or dismounted will be eliminated. In the event of a
horse falling during a class that horse will be asked to leave the ring and will not be allowed to compete
further in that class.
Exhibitors will be allowed to compete two horses in a Working Hunter Class but following the jumping phase
it will be up to the exhibitor to select ONLY ONE horse to take forward into the ridden and conformation
section if required. Working Hunter courses are not to be walked by competitors until the judge has
given permission. In all classes, Working Hunters should be called in and lined up in random
order.

                           HOYS WORKING HUNTER CLASS
JUDGES:         Mr C D Mc Grann (R)             Capt. A T Varley (C)

Class 22:       The Cuddy Working Hunter of the Year, mare, gelding or stallion (Competing
                stallions must wear a red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail) 4 years and
                over exceeding 148cms (14.2hh approx).
                                                    Entry Fee: £38 (£27.50 + £10.50 HOYS contribution)

JUDGES:         Mr C D Mc Grann (R)      Mrs A Varley (C)
Class 23        Restricted Working Hunter, mare, gelding or stallion (Competing stallions must
                wear a red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail) 4 years and over

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            exceeding 148cms (14.2hh approx) not to have won a total winnings of £400,
            excluding championship prize money, (or equivalent values) in prize money in any
            Working Hunter classes. Horses must not have won more than 45 BE points or £400
            BSJA Show Jumping at home or equivalent abroad before 1 January 2011.
                                                                  Entry Fee: £18

JUDGES:     Mrs A Varley (R)        Mr P Crafts(C)
Class 24:   Amateur Rider Working Hunter, mare, gelding or stallion (Competing stallions
            must wear a red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail) 4 years and over
            exceeding 148cms (14.2hh approx)
                                                                    Entry Fee: £18

JUDGES:     Mr C D Mc Grann (R)     Capt. A T Varley (C)
Class 25:   Novice Working Hunter, mare, gelding or stallion (Competing stallions must wear a
            red, white and blue ribbon displayed in their tail) 4 years and over exceeding 148cms
            (14.2hh approx) not having won a total winnings of £200, excluding championship prize
            money, (or equivalent values) in prize money in any SHB(GB) affiliated Working Hunter
            classes. Horses must not have won more than 25 BE points or £200 BSJA Show Jumping at
            home or equivalent abroad before 1 January 2011.

                                                                        Entry Fee: £18

                       WORKING SHOW HORSE CLASS

JUDGE:      Mr P Crafts
Class 26:   Working Show Horse, Open to Hacks, Cobs/Maxi and Riding Horses, mare or
            gelding 4 years and over exceeding 148cms (14.2hh approx). (For further details see Page 4
            BSHA Rule Book)

                                                                        Entry Fee: £18




PRIZE MONEY                                                               LATE ENTRY FEES
       Classes                              1st       2nd   3rd
       1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 16-19, 22     £40        £20   £10                    £45
       3, 4, 8, 11-15, 20,21,23-26         £20        £10   £5                     £28


  The organisers wish to express their sincere thanks to their generous sponsors

                     Rosettes and sashes by Rosettes Direct



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        THE UNDERWOOD SUPREME
    RIDDEN SHOW HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP
            Kindly sponsored by PEARL UNDERWOOD

                   JUDGES: VAL HENSON and JOANNE GRIFFIN

                                 PRIZE MONEY
                              1st- £1000         2nd- £400
             rd          th        th
            3 - £100   4 - £50    5 - £25        6th- £25    7th- £25   8th- £25
Sashes to the Champion and Reserve. Rosettes to all other prize winners and finalists
 The Winning Owner will receive the ‘DEANWATER HOTEL’ PERPETUAL TROPHY
                         in memory of JAMAICA BAY
                     kindly presented by Mrs Irene Susca

      The Winning Rider will receive the ‘SCOTCH THE RUMOURS’ BRONZE
                    kindly presented by Mr & Mrs Tim Fairburn

            The Runner up will receive the ‘CROOM CASTLE’ TROPHY
                     kindly presented by Miss Susan Holliday

  The following Champions and Reserve Champions from CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 at this
           show PLUS the Winner or Second in Classes 7 and 16 are eligible
                 and those previously qualified at the following shows:
                             BSPS Winter Championships
                            North of England Spring Show
                             BSHA Northern Spring Show
                                  Newark and Notts
                                  Cheshire Premier
                            Lincolnshire Spring (BSPS 4b)
                              Shropshire Country Spring
                                    Royal Windsor
                                    Royal Norfolk
                                    BSPS Area 15
                                  White Rose County
                            Derbyshire Festival of Showing
                              Lancashire Championships
                                 North East Counties
                                     BSPS Area 5
                                    Suffolk County
                                   Lincoln County
                                   Royal Highland
                                   Stafford County
                     South of England Spring Show, Church Farm,
                            Red Rose County, BSPS Area 8,
                                      Hambleton,
                    Cheshire County, BSHA Southern Spring Show,
                      Midland Counties, Lurgan Show (N Ireland)




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            ‘THE FIELDMASTER’ SUPREME
           AMATEUR RIDDEN SHOW HORSE
                   CHAMPIONSHIP

                    Kindly sponsored by IRENE SUSCA

                  JUDGES: JOANNE GRIFFIN and CAPT. ALWYN VARLEY


                                    PRIZE MONEY
                                   st
                                 1 - £1000             2nd- £400
             rd           th             th
            3 - £100     4 - £50        5 - £25        6th- £25    7th- £25   8th- £25

Sashes to the Champion and Reserve. Rosettes to all other prize winners and finalists

        The Winner will receive ‘THE FIELDMASTER’ PERPETUAL TROPHY

                          kindly presented by Mrs Irene Susca




The highest placed horse not already qualified in Classes 3, 4, 8, 11 and 15 at this show
                                      are eligible
                 PLUS those previously qualified at the following shows:


                               North of England Spring Show
                                BSHA Northern Spring Show
                                     Cheshire Premier
                                       Royal Windsor
                               Lincolnshire Spring (BSPS 4b)
                                        Four Winds
                                     White Rose County
                                    North East Counties
                                       The College EC
                                      Stafford County
                               South of England Spring Show
                                BSHA Southern Spring Show




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