SCHEDULE FPS - MIDLANDS EAST SUPPORT GROUP SPRING SHOW (and pre-show social dinner) Sunday, 18th April 2010 To be held in Indoor Arenas Bury Farm Equestrian Centre Slapton, Bucks, LU7 9BT ENTRIES CLOSE 1st April 2010 STABLING & CATERING ON SITE www.fellspringshow.com JUDGES: Miss J Williamson (Tarnbeck) Ring 1 Mrs G Williamson (Tarnbeck) Ring 2 Ms D Spears (WHP & classes 16 - 18) Registered under the Charities Act. No 1104945 RULES – PLEASE READ CAREFULLY Fell Pony Society Showing rules will apply. In addition: 1. The Fell Pony Society and Midlands East Support Group do not accept liability for any loss of property or any accident or damage to any animal, vehicle, spectator or exhibitor, and all the entries are accepted subject to this condition. 2. All ponies must be the bona fide property of a fully paid full, junior or associate member of the Fell Pony Society. 3. All ponies must be registered with the Fell Pony Society. 4. Riders must wear a riding hat that complies with the current safety standard. 5. Ponies must not exceed 14hh for all classes in rings 1 and 2. Judges are at liberty to request a pony to be measured. JMB certificates will be accepted - pony and certificate must be presented to the judge. Overheight registered ponies may enter classes in rings 3 and 4. 6. Exhibitors should not enter classes judged by their pony's breeder or family. 7. Ponies need not be vaccinated against Equine Flu, but any pony showing signs of coughing, or any virus complaint, will be asked to leave the show field. st 8. Entries close 1 April 2010. No entries on the day except for classes 7, 14, 15, 18, 25 & 26. 9. Ponies may only be entered once in any class 10. Entry fee £5 per class for pre-entries or any one pony entered in 4 different classes may enter further classes for £1 per class. Entries on the day per rule 8 charged at £6 per entry. Entry fees will not be refunded. 11. Complaints - to be made in writing with a fee of £20 (will be refunded if complaint upheld). 12. Timetable provided for guidance only. Class times cannot be guaranteed, and classes may clash. 13. Competitors must wear their correct number while in the rings. 14. FPS membership number MUST be stated on entry form. 15. The show organisers realise that ponies that live out in natural conditions, or working ponies who are clipped for welfare reasons, may not be ready to appear in the condition they will later in the season. As a consequence we are not offering Best Turned Out rosettes and will ask judges not to penalise ponies for clipped coats. Hairy ponies especially welcome! 16. The judge’s decision is final. 17. Dogs are allowed in the lorry park only and must be kept on leads. PROPOSED TIMETABLE – MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE Thank you to the Royal Mail Sports Foundation for generous sponsorship of Ring 4 and the warm up arena, and the working hunter pony jumps. Ring 1 Ring 2 Ring 3 Ring 4 9.30 1. Stallion 4. Mares 15. Young Handler 10.00 2. Youngstock 5. Geldings 19. Dressage – Clear round Walk/trot WHP* 10.30 3. Broodmares 6. Veterans 11.00 In-hand Championship 22. Novice 20. Dressage – WHP Prelim 7 11.30 7. In-hand Pairs 12.00 LUNCH LUNCH 23. Inter WHP 21. Dressage – Novice 27 12.30 9. Ridden 8. Ridden Mares Stallion 13.00 11. Ridden 24. Open WHP Veteran 13.30 10. Ridden 12. Traditional 16. Child 10 Geldings Ridden Mares yrs & under (LR) 14.00 25. Handy 17. Child Pony - ridden Ridden 8-16yrs 14.30 13. Traditional 26. Handy Ridden Pony – in hand 15.00 14. Ridden Geldings 18.Family Pairs Pony 15.30 Ridden Championship Supreme Championship CLASSES MAY CLASH. PLEASE READ RULE 12 *Clear round WHP will take place before the WHP classes commence – entry on the day (£2 per round). IN HAND 1. STALLIONS 2 years and over Rosettes sponsored by: The Llancloudy Stud 2. YOUNGSTOCK(Colt up to 1 year, Filly or Gelding 1 – 3yrs) Rosettes sponsored by: The Aylestone Stud Special Rosette presented by Ms G Blair for best yearling (if sufficient entries this class may be split by age group) * 3. BROODMARES Rosettes sponsored by: Bewcastle Fell Ponies * 4. MARES Rosettes sponsored by: Mrs E Bradley (if sufficient entries this class may be split into 4 – 8yrs and 9yrs+) * Mares may only be entered in either class 3 or 4, not both. 5. GELDINGS Rosettes sponsored by: Mrs K Wickham and Miss H Wickham in Memory of Castle Hill Jacob (if sufficient entries this class may be split into 4 – 8 yrs and 9yrs+) 6. VETERAN, 15 years and over Rosettes sponsored by: Ms C Marlow Special Rosettes presented to the best pony 20-24 years and best pony 25 years and over 7. PAIR CLASS Entries will be accepted on the day Rosettes sponsored by: 26. HANDY PONY in-hand. Open to ponies of 3 years and older. Entries will be accepted on the day Rosettes sponsored by: Ms S Atmore IN HAND CHAMPIONSHIP, First and second prizewinners from classes 1,2,3,4,5,6 RIDDEN CLASSES All ponies to be 4 years old and over. Judged 50% on ride and manners and 50% conformation. 8. STALLIONS Rosettes sponsored by: Mr A Dalkin 9. MARES Rosettes sponsored by: Mr A Dalkin (if sufficient entries this class may be split into Novice and Open) 10. GELDINGS Rosettes sponsored by: Mr A Dalkin (if sufficient entries this class may be split into Novice and Open) 11. VETERANS Pony to be 15 years and over Rosettes sponsored by: Ms G Alford Special Rosettes presented to the best pony 20-24 years and best pony 25 years and over 12. TRADITIONAL RIDDEN MARES Rosettes sponsored by: Globetrotter Fell Pony Stud Mature Rider Rosettes for riders of 50+ presented by Ms G Blair 13. TRADITIONAL RIDDEN STALLIONS & GELDINGS Rosettes sponsored by: Ms C Catchpole Mature Rider Rosettes for riders of 50+ presented by Ms G Blair 14. RIDDEN PAIRS Entries will be accepted on the day Rosettes sponsored by: Ms M Brown 15. YOUNG HANDLER 14 years and under Entries accepted on day Ponies to be shown in hand (may be accompanied by an adult) Rosettes sponsored by: 16. *CHILDREN Pony to be ridden by a child 10 years and under and also led by an adult Rosettes sponsored by: Mrs L Wilson & Mr M Lacey 17. *CHILDREN Pony to be ridden by a child aged 8 – 16 years (if sufficient entries this class may be split) Rosettes sponsored by: Mr S Hawksworth * Riders may only enter either class 16 or 17, not both. RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP The Tarnbeck Trophy First and Second prize winners from Classes 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 SUPREME CHAMPIONSHIP The Mary Longsdon Perpetual Cup In-hand Champion and Reserve, Ridden Champion and Reserve 18. FAMILY PONY Entries accepted on the day Judged on pony’s way of going and suitability of temperament for all members of the family to ride. Individual show may include a small jump (optional). Children 10yrs and under may be led. Special rosette presented by Mrs J Blair to the best child. Mature Rider Rosettes for riders of 50+ presented by Ms G Blair Rosettes sponsored by: Mr T Ahjem 19. DRESSAGE (Walk/trot – test available from organiser) Rosettes sponsored by: Mr R Heffer 20. DRESSAGE (Preliminary 7) Rosettes sponsored by: Mr & Mrs Taylor’s Hermione 21. DRESSAGE (Novice 27) Rosettes sponsored by: Mr K Malik 22. NOVICE WORKING HUNTER PONY (see rule 16) Entries for Novice may enter Intermediate. There will be a short course of jumps ranging from 1’8” to 2’0”. Rosettes sponsored by: Mr S Young 23. INTERMEDIATE WORKING HUNTER PONY Entries may enter Open class. There will be a short course of jumps ranging from 2’0” to 2’6”. Rosettes sponsored by: Mr C Ansell 24. OPEN WORKING HUNTER PONY Open to Intermediate but not Novice ponies There will be a short course of jumps ranging from 2’6” to 2’9”. Rosettes sponsored by: Mr & Mrs L March 25. HANDY PONY to be ridden. Entries accepted on the day Rosettes sponsored by: Mr & Mrs Taylor’s Arturo Thank you to our sponsors: The Royal Mail Sports Foundation The Littletree Stud (www.littletreestud.com) ROSETTE SPONSORS Class 1. The Llancloudy Stud, Australia 2. The Aylestone Stud, Leicestershire 3. Bewcastle Fell Ponies, Derbyshire 4. Mrs E Bradley, Wigan 5. Mrs K Wickham and Miss H Wickham, Worcs - in memory of Castle Hill Jacob 6. Ms C Marlow, Milton Keynes 7. 8. Mr A Dalkin, Oxford 9. Mr A Dalkin, Oxford 10. Mr A Dalkin, Oxford 11. Ms A Alford, London 12. Globetrotter Fell Pony Stud (www.globetrotterstud.com) 13. Ms C Catchpole, London 14. Ms M Brown, London 15. 16. Mrs L Wilson & Mr M Lacey, London 17. Mr S Hawksworth, York 18. Mr A Ahjem, London 19. Mr R Heffer, Hemel Hempstead 20. Mr & Mrs Taylor’s Hermione 21. Mr K Malik, Chesterfield 22. Mr S Young, Stockport 23. Mr C Ansell, London 24. Mr & Mrs L March, Salisbury 25. Mr & Mrs Taylor’s Arturo 26. Ms S Atmore, Chesterfield Championship sashes and rosettes – The Aylestone Stud The Mary Longsdon Perpetual Cup – Mr T and Mrs J Jordan The Tarnbeck Trophy – The Williamson family, Tarnbeck Stud Any offers of sponsorship towards the cost of showground hire, paramedic provision and other costs would be gratefully received. Contact Georgina on 07796 685992 or firstname.lastname@example.org Venue Information www.buryfarmequestriancentre.co.uk Bury Farm Equestrian Centre, New Bury Farm, Mill Road, Slapton, Bucks LU7 9BT Tel. 01525 222114 Bury Farm Equestrian Centre offers overnight stabling (inc hay) for approx £26 per night in permanent stables with rubber matting and a small straw bed. Day stabling also available. Horse showers on site. Booking forms available via e-mail from email@example.com or ring Bury Farm directly. You are welcome to spend the night in your horsebox or in a tent, but there is no electric hookup. Human showers and toilet facilities are available on site. Parking is on hard standing. The show will take place in three indoor rings. There is an on-site café. A photographer will be in attendance. There is a large tack shop on site. Vet on call and first aid provision in attendance. There will be a group meal at The Carpenters Arms pub, which is within walking distance of Bury Farm Equestrian Centre, at 6.30pm on Saturday April 17th. Pre-booking is necessary, and numbers may be limited. Contact Georgina Blair on 07796 685992 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book (deposit necessary). DIRECTIONS: From M1 Southbound: leave at Junction 12 and follow A5120 to the A5 From M1 Northbound: leave at Junction 9 and follow A5 north. Both routes: Turn off A5 on to A505 towards Leighton Buzzard, then left on A4146 and Slapton is signed to the right. From M40: leave at Junction 9 and follow A41 to Aylesbury, then A418 towards Milton Keynes. Then turn onto A505, then right onto the A4146 and Slapton is signed to the right. Map and detailed instructions can be sent if required.