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THE EGYPTIAN EVENT UK INTERNATIONAL SHOW
ECAHO Affiliation Number GB6051 AHS Affiliation Number 084111 UK GOLD C ARABIAN SHOW EGYPTIAN EVENT UK THE AMATUER & HOME PRODUCED SHOW 3 Shows over 2 days Saturday 13th & 14th September 2008 Junior Classes Saturday 13th – Senior Classes Sunday 14th CLOSING DATE - 6TH AUGUST 2008 New Venue: Hand Equestrian Centre, Davis Lane, Clevedon, Nr.Somerset, BS21 6TG (2 mins from Junction 20 off M5) National ‘C’ qualifier- UK GOLD (judged on the points system) THE EGYPTIAN EVENT UK INTERNATIONAL (judged English style) Show for Straight Egyptian & Egyptian Influence Arabians In-Hand The AMATEUR ARABIAN SHOW 14th September 2008 Fantastic rosettes, garlands, trophies & prizes for all shows Judges:- UK GOLD & EEUKI -Mrs Maria Annaratone Ferraroni (Italy), Mr Tommy Husebye (Norway), Mr Ferdinand Scwhestermann (Switzerland) Helen Hennekens Van Ness (NL) Christina Roebuck (UK) Anglo/Part Bred In Hand:- Christina Roebuck Novice/Open Anglo & Part Bred Ridden: - Mrs Anne Hooley Novice/Open Pure Bred Ridden: - Mrs Anne Hooley DC’s:- Mrs D Alderson & Mrs C Mitchell Amateur Show:- Mrs Christina Roebuck (GB) Schedules can be downloaded from: www.arabianeeukigoldshow.org or request a schedule sending large SAE plus 65p postage to:- The Show Secretary 16 Pembury Rd, Warblington, Havant, Hants, PO9 2TS UK All Enquiries: - 07734773375 (10am -5.30pm) Evenings:- 02392 262610 (8pm-9pm) 1 THE UK GOLD NATIONAL ‘C’ ARABIAN SHOW This show is affiliated to the European Arab Horse Show Commission as a „C‟ National Show and will be conducted in accordance with the Rules for Conduct of Shows 2008. Continental 3.1 “Points System method of judging using Points will be used for Pure Bred breeding Classes only. Championships will be judged using system D1. Exhibits placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd in Pure Bred In Hand or Ridden classes (excluding foals) will qualify for entry to UKIAHS. For receipts & confirmation of entries include a SAE. Indoor Arena (DAY 1) Saturday 13th September Commencing 8.30am with Pure Bred Geldings. All classes following on. This is a Qualifying Show for the British Arabian Championship 2009 All details and Qualifying Cards available from Mrs E Mann, 42 Wood Green, Castleford, West Yorkshire WF10 5PH. Tel: 01977 517897. Please send a S.A.E Classes 1-4, 28-32, are qualifiers for the British Arabian Championships. Please ensure you bring your cards into the ring for the judge to sign. No cards will be signed after the class. Classes 1-4 To be judged using the ‘English System comparative with single judge per class (Due to time constraints) Ring 1 IN HAND PURE BRED )GELDINGS – Commencing 8.30am Judge Christina Roebuck Class 1 Gelding 4 years & over Class 2 Yearling Gelding born 2007 Class 3 Two year old Gelding born 2006 Class 4 Three year old Gelding born 2005 Pure Bred Gelding Championship A 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 1-4 ECAHO Qualifying Classes - PURE BRED ARABIAN IN HAND Following classes to be judged European Points Method with 3 judges Class 5 Yearling Colt born 2007 Class 6 Two year old Colt born 2006 Class 7 Three year old Colt born 2005 Pure Bred Junior Male Championship B 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 5-7 Class 8 Yearling Filly born 2007 Class 9 Two year old Filly born 2006 Class 10 Three year old Filly born 2005 Pure Bred Junior Female Championship C 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 8-10 2 THE FOLLOWING CLASSES judged the British method of comparative judging CLASSIC HEAD Open to any pure bred Arabian. A rug/cooler with neck must be worn by all exhibits in classic head classes. Advertising of any sort will render exhibit refusal into the ring. Class will be judged purely on the head. To follow on Judge: Male Ferdinand Scwhestermann, Female Maria Annaratone Ferraroni forward Winners go Class 11 Classic Head JUNIOR MALE 1/2/3yr colt/gelding. most classic trophy Class 12 Classic Head JUNIOR Female 1/2/3 yr filly Judge:- Helen Hennekens van Ness (not an ECAHO qualifier) Class 13 Weaned Foals (Open to any pure bred registered Arabian foal) SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13th 2008 Time 7.30pm - Opening of Egyptian Event ENTERTAINMENT FROM THE GOLDEN ARABIAN DESERT SANDS To be held in the bar -… Auction & Free Disco Evening performance’s to include Class 14 Liberty Class will be judged by two judges, who both will give a maximum of 20 points for Type – Movement – Most original idea, given a total of maximum 120 points Time allowed 2 mins per exhibit Class 15 In Hand Class for Handlers/Owners in the golden era Class 16 Authentic Costume Class THE UK GOLD ‘C’ ARABIAN HORSE SHOW - DAY 2 Seniors SUNDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER 2008 Classes commencing 8.30am sharp with all classes following on ECAHO Qualifying Classes – PURE BRED ARABIAN IN HAND Following classes to be judged European Points Method with 3 judges Ring 1 Indoor Arena Class 17 Pure Bred Mares – 4 - 6 years & over, with or without foal at foot Class 18 Pure Bred Mares – 7 years & over, with or without foal at foot Class 19 Foals out of mares in classes 17, 18 & 24 Not an ECAHO qualifier Championship D Pure Bred Senior Female 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 17 & 18 to compete Class 20 Pure Bred Stallions – 4 - 6 years old Class 21 Pure Bred Stallions – 7 years & over Championship E Pure Bred Senior Male 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 20 & 21 to compete 3 THE FOLLOWING CLASSES judged the British method of comparative judging CLASSIC HEAD SECTION Open to any pure bred Arabian. A rug/cooler with neck must be worn by all exhibits in classic head classes. Advertising of any sort will render exhibit refusal into the ring. Class will be judged purely on the head. Judge: Female, Tommy Husebye Male Helen M van Ness Winners go forward for Class 22 SENIOR Female Classic Head most classic head Trophy Class 23 SENIOR Male Classic Head VETERAN IN HAND Non ECAHO Class Not eligible for Championships (Entries may also enter senior classes) Judge: - Christina Roebuck Class 24 Pure Bred Mares/ Stallions/Geldings 17 years old & over SATURDAY 13th Sept, Commencing 8.45am RING 2 OUTDOOR ARENA ANGLO & PART BRED ARAB IN HAND Anglo Arab and Part Bred Arab horses or ponies must have a minimum of 12% of Arab blood. (Shown on registration certificate) Judge: Christina Roebuck Class 25 Anglo/Part Bred Arab, 1, 2 & 3yr old colt, filly or gelding, Class 26 Anglo/Part Bred Stallion, Mare, Gelding 14.2hds & under, 4yrs & over Class 27 Anglo/Part Bred Stallions, Mares & Geldings Over 14.2, 4yrs and over Championship F. In Hand Anglo & Part Bred Championship 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 25 - 28 RIDDEN CLASSES ARE OPEN TO ANY PURE BRED ARABIAN 4yrs & over This is a Qualifying Show for the British Arabian Championship 2009. All details and Qualifying Cards available from Mrs E Mann, 42 Wood Green, Castleford, West Yorkshire WF10 5PH. Tel: 01977 517897. Please send a S.A.E. Please ensure you bring your cards into the ring for the judge to sign. No cards will be signed after the class. Classes 1-4, 28-32, are qualifiers for the British Arabian Championships. Special rosette to be presented to highest placed STRAIGHT EGYPTIAN entered in any ridden class NOVICE RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP 1st 2nd from classes Classes 28 to 32 A novice horse is one that has not been placed first at any AHS affiliated show before 31st December 2007. To be judged as ridden horses. Judge - Mrs Ann Hooley Class 28 Novice Ridden Pure Bred Gelding 4 yrs & over. Class 29 Novice Ridden Pure Bred Mare 4yrs old & over Class 30 Novice Ridden Pure Bred Stallion 4yrs & over Class 31 Open Pure Bred Ridden Mares & Geldings, 4 years & over Class 32 Open Pure Bred Ridden Stallions, 4 years old and over Championship G Pure Bred Ridden 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 28-32 to compete 4 YOUNG RIDER - open to any registered Pure/Anglo or Part Bred Mare/Gelding Judge: Mrs Anne Hooley Class 33 Young Rider, aged 15yrs & under on the day of the show. To be judged as a riding horse Judge will not ride ANGLO & PART BRED RIDDEN Judge: Mrs Ann Hooley Class 36 Anglo/Part Bred Arab NOVICE ridden 153cms & under Class 37 Anglo/Part Bred Arab NOVICE ridden over 153cms Class 38 Anglo/Part Bred Arab OPEN Ridden 148 & under will not be ridden by judge individual show by rider Class 39 Anglo/Part Bred Arab OPEN Ridden Open over 148cms Championship H Ridden Anglo & Part Bred Arabian 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 36 -39 to compete BRITISH ARABIAN CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFIER – 2008 Please Read Carefully This is a Qualifying Show for the British Arabian Championship 2009. All details and Qualifying Cards available from Mrs E Mann, 42 Wood Green, Castleford, West Yorkshire WF10 5PH. Tel: 01977 517897. Please send a S.A.E Competitors must carry their qualifying cards with them into the ring and cards must be signed by the Judge. Failure to produce the card for signature means non-qualification. Cards must not be brought into the ring once the class has started and judges must not sign cards after the class has been dismissed from the ring. All AHS affiliated Shows are British Arabian Championship Qualifying Shows irrespective of whether this is stated in the schedule. Ridden Classes This Qualifying competition is open to registered Purebred Arabian Stallions, Mares, & Geldings aged four years or over, to be judged as ridden horses. Novice horses are eligible. Mixed classes (i.e. Purebred horses in the same class as Anglo and/or Part Bred horses) will not be eligible as qualifying classes. All qualifying shows must be affiliated to the Arab Horse Society and the judge must be on the AHS Panel. Exhibits will be ridden or judged from the ground. The highest placed, previously unqualified horse in the first six can qualify and the exhibitor must produce his/her card in the ring at the end of the class and request that the judge signs it. (No-one else may sign on behalf of the judge). In Hand Classes – Pure Bred Geldings only Seniors - The highest placed, previously unqualified two Geldings in the first six can qualify. Cards should be produced (as above). Juniors In mixed age and sex classes, the highest placed previously unqualified Gelding of each age in the first six can qualify. i.e. 1 yearling, 1 two year old & 1 three year old. Applying for Rosettes - All qualifying horses will receive a qualifying rosette on application. Qualifiers with signed cards should them with two suitable SAE to Mrs E Mann, 42 Wood Green, Castleford, West Yorks WF10 5PH. In the first envelope, qualifiers will receive their rosette and a schedule for the BAC Championship Show. In the second envelope qualifiers will receive final details and order of judging. 5 THE EGYPTIAN EVENT UK INTERNATIONAL SHOW www.arabianeeukigoldshows.org DAY 1 Juniors Commencing Saturday 13th September 2008 @ 1pm approx (final timetable to be decided after closing date). (The following classes will be split into age groups if sufficient entries warrant it.) All Classes will be judged English method using single judge Show running under two definitions for entry – Straight Egyptian (SE) Egyptian Influence (EI) please read carefully The Egyptian Arabian Defined To qualify as a Straight Egyptian, as defined by The Pyramid Society, a horse must (1) be registered or eligible by pedigree for registration by the Arabian Horse Registry of America AND (2) trace in every line of its pedigree to horse born in Arabia Deserta; AND (3) trace in every line of its pedigree to a horse which falls within one or more of the following categories: (a) owned or bred by Abbas Pasha I or Ali Pasha Sherif: (b) used to create and maintain the Royal Agricultural Society (RAS)/Egyptian Agricultural Organization (EAO) breeding programs, with the exclusion of Registan and Sharkasi and their lineal descendants (c) a horse which was a lineal ancestor of a horse described in (a) or (b) above; and (d) other than those excluded above, a horse conceived and born in a private stud program in Egypt and imported directly to the United States and registered by the Arabian Horse Registry of America prior to the extension of the EAO's supervision to private Egyptian stud programs as reflected in Volume 4 of the EAO's stud book. Straight Egyptian. Only horses of certifiable ancestry are eligible for classification as Straight Egyptian as defined by The Pyramid Society. Ring 1 Indoor Arena (DAY 1) Saturday 13th Sept 2008 STRAIGHT EGYPTIAN JUNIORS Classes commencing approximately 1pm Judge: Mr Tommy Husebye (Norway) Class 1 Colt/Gelding 1 year old, born 2007 Straight Egyptian Class 2 Colt/Gelding 2 year old born 2006 Straight Egyptian Class 3 Colt/Gelding 3 year old born 2005 Straight Egyptian Judge: Mr Ferdinand Scwhestermann (Switzerland) Class 4 Fillies 1 year old born 2007 Straight Egyptian Class 5 Fillies 2 year old born 2006 Straight Egyptian Class 6 Fillies 3 year old born 2005 Straight Egyptian 6 EGYPTIAN RELATED/INFLUENCE JUNIOR CLASSES To qualify as a Egyptian Influence, as defined by EGYPTIAN EVENT UK SHOW is: (a) one who was produced either by breeding a Straight Egyptian stallion to a purebred Arabian mare who is not Straight Egyptian OR (b) one whose great grandsires are both Straight Egyptian, and whose dam is a purebred Arabian who is not a Straight Egyptian. OR a Pure bred horse with two straight Egyptian descendants within four generations (i.e. Sire/Dam , Grand Sire/Grand Dam, Gr Grand Sire/Gr Grand Dam, Gr Gr Grand Sire/Gr Gr Grand Dam two to be Straight Egyptian) Egyptian Influence. -Only horses of certifiable ancestry are eligible for classification as Egyptian Influence as defined by The EEUKI Show, they are not eligible to enter the Straight Egyptian classes. We are ready to assist anyone with questions or in need of pedigree verification. Verify your horse by phone or E-mail us here at: firstname.lastname@example.org Colts Judge:- Maria Ferraroni Class 7 Colt/Gelding 1 year old, born 2007 Egyptian Influence Class 8 Colt/Gelding 2 year old born 2006 Egyptian Influence Class 9 Colt/Gelding 3 year old born 2005 Egyptian Influence Fillies Judge: Helen Modderman van Ness Class 10 Fillies 1 year old, born 2007 Egyptian Influence Class 11 Fillies 2 year old born 2006 Egyptian Influence Class 12 Fillies 2 year old born 2005 Egyptian Influence Straight & Egyptian Influence JUNIOR MALE CHAMPIONSHIP Straight & Egyptian Influence JUNIOR FEMALE CHAMPIONSHIP THE EGYPTIAN EVENT UK INTERNATIONAL SHOW 2008 DAY 2 Seniors Commencing:- Sunday 14th September @ 1.30pm approx (final timetable to be decided after the closing date. (The following classes will be split into age groups if sufficient entries warrant it) All Classes will be judged English/Comparative method using single judge RING 1 STRAIGHT EGYPTIAN SENIOR CLASSES Judge:- Helen Hennekins van Ness (NL) Class 13 Weaned Foals (Open to any SE or EI registered Arabian foal) Judge:- Mr Tommy Husebye (Norway) Class 14 Mares 4 & over, with or without foal at foot Straight Egyptian Class 15 Foals out of mares in above class Judge:- Mr Ferdinand Scwhestermann (Swiss) ) (this class to be divided if sufficient entries Stallion/Geld) Class 16 Stallions & Geldings 4 to 16 years old Straight Egyptian 7 EGYPTIAN RELATED/INFLUENCE SENIOR CLASSES Judge:- Mr Ferdinand Scwhestermann (Swiss) Class 17 Mares 4 & over, with/without foal at foot Egyptian Influence Class 18 Foals out of mares in above. Judge:- Marie Ferraroni (IT) (this class to be divided if sufficient entries Stallion/Geld) Class 19 Stallions or Geldings 4 to 16 years old Egyptian Influence Straight Egyptian & Egyptian Influence SENIOR FEMALE CHAMPIONSHIP Straight Egyptian & Egyptian Influence SENIOR MALE CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS Leading Straight Egyptian Sire of the Show, a special award for the stallion which has sired the most prizewinners at this show for 2008 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13th 2008 @ 7.30pm To be held in the bar ENTERTAINMENT FROM THE GOLDEN ARABIAN DESERT SANDS Evening performance’s to include …. Auction & Free Disco 14 Liberty Class will be judged by two judges, who both will give a maximum of 20 points for Type – Movement – Most original idea, given a total of maximum 120 points Time allowed 2 mins per exhibit 15 In Hand Class for Handlers/Owners in the golden era serious participants 16 Authentic Costume Class open to any Pure Bred Arabian 4 years & over THE EEUKI SHOW RULES FOR SHOWING All exhibitors & handlers are bound by the Rules below 1. ELIGIBILITY All exhibits in ridden and In Hand classes, with the exception of foals at foot accompanied by their own dam, must be registered in the appropriate Stud Book/Register of The Arab Horse Society, by the closing date for entries. a. STALLIONS - Stallions must be four years old and over. b. MARES - Mares, which are entered for classes for mares without foal at foot must not be entered for brood mare classes and must not have produced a live foal or be due to foal in the current year. c. FOALS - No brood mare or her foal may be shown in any class unless the foal is at least 30 days old on the day of judging. d. Exhibitors will submit their horse(s) unconditionally to the AHS policy on drug testing procedures at any affiliated show and will agree to pay administrative expenses in the event of a positive drug test result. The AHS policy on Drug Testing is available on request from the AHS office. 2. JUDGES Exhibitors will not associate with judges immediately before or at any time during the show. Judges will not consult the catalogue. 3. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Exhibitors will not exhibit under judges where an actual or apparent conflict of interest may affect the judge‟s decision. Organisers will not accept entries that indicate any connection listed under this rule. An actual or apparent conflict of interest is defined as exhibiting a horse which: a. has been bought or sold by the judge either as owner or agent. 8 b. is owned in whole or part by the judge or by a member of the judge‟s family or business partner in a business venture. c. has been bred by the judge or is the property of a breeding organisation in which the judge is an employee. d. has been leased by the judge at any time. e. has been regularly trained, examined or treated by the judge in a professional capacity. f. has been shown/produced by a member of the judge‟s immediate family. 4a. An exhibitor/owner must not enter any horse under a judge the same calendar year in which that judge has professionally handled, shown or produced that or any other horse for that exhibitor/owner. b. If a handler produces or shows a judge‟s own horse, that handler must not bring any horse under that judge in the same calendar year. 5. TIMETABLE - Classes will not start earlier than the advertised time unless all the entries are present. 6. DRESS - Handlers must be neat and tidy. Traditional in hand showing or riding clothes are preferred. Sandals, high-heeled shoes, sleeveless or low-cut blouses are not allowed. No form of advertising may be displayed by the handler or on his horse in the ring. 7. HANDLERS- Only one handler allowed per exhibit in the ring at any one time. Handlers may not exchange horses, except in mare and foal classes and in Championships where, if a handler has qualified more than one horse, he may trot both of them up. No handler may leave the ring without the permission of the judge via the steward. 8. If a handler removes a horse without the permission of the judge or steward the show organiser will levy a £100 fine on the handler. The exhibitor will be ultimately responsible for ensuring payment. 9. LATENESS - Exhibits which appear late (missing the walk around the ring) will be excluded from the class. They will not be allowed in the ring after the first horse has been called into line. 10. SHOW HALTERS Stallions and colts aged three years and over must be shown wearing bridles and bits which are both secure and comfortable for the horse. All bridles without bits are equally to be both secure and comfortable for the horse. Bridles and bits must not be so thin as to cause pain to the horse. Foals must be suitably haltered without chains. Solid metal nosebands and headpieces are not allowed. 11. INTERFERENCE - Exhibitors will not encourage their horses or ponies in any sort of dangerous behaviour. They will not interfere with another competitor‟s horse or its performance. The judge is empowered to order any exhibit to be disqualified if he considers that the exhibit or handler has breached the rule. 12. BEHAVIOUR - a. Unruly horses may be ordered to withdraw at the judge‟s discretion. b. If a horse becomes loose in the show ring the owner may be required to pay a fine to the organiser. Should the horse become loose a second time it will be disqualified. c. Deliberate baiting in the ring of a competitor‟s horse will not be tolerated. 13. JUDGES - May require handlers to open horses‟ mouths or pick up their feet for inspection. 14. WHIPS - Whips used in In Hand and Ridden classes must not have attachments fastened to the end. 15. MISUSE OF DRUGS The administration of any substance not a normal nutrient (including ginger and similar irritants), whether intentionally or unintentionally, which may affect the performance, temperament or soundness of an exhibit, is forbidden. Such forbidden substances are listed in Appendix IV, FEI Veterinary Regulations. 16. TRIMMING AND CLIPPING OF PURE BRED ARABIANS - Hair will not be shaved or otherwise removed from around the eyes” Eyelashes must be left uncut. Complete removal of the hair from inside the ear is forbidden. Tactile hair must not be removed. No alteration to the natural colour of the coat, skin or hooves is permitted. Clipping of foals is not permitted. Foals should be shown in their natural state. 17. SOUNDNESS - Exhibits which appear to be lame will be asked to withdraw at the judge‟s discretion. 18. CRUELTY - Excessive whipping, use of electric shock devices or infliction of pain by any means is forbidden in all parts of the showground, or stable areas, at all times. 19. OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE - Attempting to influence the behaviour of exhibits in the ring by rattling tins, banging on the side of the ring, etc., is forbidden. 20. AWARDS - If an exhibit is not up to the required standard, a lower award may be given at the judge‟s discretion. 21. CHAMPIONSHIPS - First and second prize winners are eligible. Class winner rosettes must be displayed. 22. PROTECTIVE HEADGEAR - No person shall be mounted on a horse on the showground unless he/she is wearing a correctly fitting hard hat. The AHS strongly recommends that hats conform to the standards EN1384 or PAS 015 and are correctly fitted with chinstraps. This is compulsory for anyone under 18 and for anyone taking part in Show jumping classes. 9 23. RIDDEN CLASSES - a. Horses entered in ridden classes must be 4 years old or over. b. Any horse in a ridden class which behaves in a manner which could cause, or result in danger or injury to any other horse or person in the ring, will be ordered to leave by the Steward on instructions from the judge of that class. c. The class as a whole must be ridden, and not judged from the ground, the exception being any pony that the judge considers too small to ride, must be asked for an individual show. If the judge chooses not to ride a pony, this decision should be made at the commencement of the class and communicated to all the exhibitors, so that they clearly understand the position from the outset of the class. Individual shows will be required in Championships. d. In Part Bred Arab Ridden Classes where considerable size variation may occur, those exhibits considered too small for the judge to ride will be asked to give a short show. e. Young Rider Classes - restricted to riders who are 16 years and under on the first day of the show. The judge will not ride any of the exhibits. The horses will give a short individual show and be placed on their performance and the ability of the rider. The winners of these classes will not be eligible for the Championships. f. A Novice horse is one that has not been placed first under saddle at an AHS Affiliated show prior to 31.12.07. 24. RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIPS - All qualified exhibits must be ridden into the ring. However, if a rider has qualified more than one horse, that rider will be allowed, if they wish, to exchange horses and ride each horse for its individual display. 25. OBJECTIONS -Objections under theses Rules must be made in writing and submitted to the Show Secretary by AHS Members only, within one hour of the end of the class, or the occurrence to which exception has been taken. Objections must be accompanied by a deposit of £50 (cheques made payable to the AHS) which will be forfeited if the objection be deemed frivolous or vexatious. The result of any investigation should be concluded within twenty-one days. Breaches of AHS rules will be reported to the Activities Committee by Panel Judges and/or organisers of affiliated shows. If a case is deemed by the Judge and/or the Show Organiser as too serious to be settled on the day, it can be referred to the Activities Committee of the Arab Horse Society for settlement within 21 days. Penalties will be applied after examination of any breach of the AHS Rules. Penalties will be published in the Society Newsletter, as will details of infringements. 26. APPEALS - Appeals against the final decision must be made within 14 days. GENERAL INFORMATION FOR ALL SHOWS ACCOMMODATION An accommodation and eating out guide for the area is available ADMISSION Entry to the show is by programme only. AHS Members and invited visitors/guests FREE. Please produce members badge to obtain a pass that must be displayed at all times. ADVERTISING Advertising is available in the Show Catalogue. CARAVANS Allocated parking for caravans in designated areas only at a fee of £2 per night, please apply to the Show Secretary for a pass that must be displayed at all times. The EEUKI accepts no responsibility for any accident or damage to any vehicle on the showground. CAR PARKS Parking is free to members of the AHS and public. Disabled parking is available in the Car Park if required; please contact the site manager for details on arrival. CATALOGUE Catalogues available at the entrance to the showground, secretaries and bar area. CATERING Refreshments will be available from early evening Friday 12 th September 2008 DOCTOR & VET A doctor and vet will be available on call. All costs to be paid for by the owner or exhibitor. DOG’S Dogs are not allowed into the Equestrian Centre Buildings, when outside they must be kept on a leash at all times. Owners of dogs that get loose on site will be liable to an instant fine of £25.00. PLEASE REMOVE MESS LEFT BY YOUR DOG. 10 FIRST AID There is a nominal cost of £2 per entry to cover the cost of providing first aid facilities. GROOMS Entry to the showground is strictly controlled. Horse attendants must wear their badges at all times; otherwise, they may be required to pay the normal admission fee. HORSE BOXES No Horseboxes may enter the showground before 12 noon on Friday 12th September 2008 unless by prior arrangement. It must be noted that no stables can be allocated during the hours of 11.30pm and 6am unless special arrangements are made prior to arrival. Please contact the Show Site Security Manager. There are reserved areas allocated for horseboxes. HORSES FOR SALE A list of horses for sale will be printed in the Show Catalogue & on the website. PROPERTY The EEUKI strongly recommends that tack, handbags and other property are never left unattended. SHOWERS Permanent showers are available on site. SPONSORSHIP - DRINKERS OF THE WIND Trophies to be presented to the winners of both the Authentic Costume & Veteran Classes to keep. SPONSORSHIP A special package is offered to encourage owners and exhibitors both to sponsor a class and advertise in the catalogue. Sponsors names will appear against their classes in the catalogue and will be announced at the show. Sponsors will be invited to present the rosettes to the prizewinners. TELEPHONES Please refrain from having mobile telephones switched on during the final championships. NOTES RANDOM DOPE TESTING MAY BE CARRIED OUT ON ANY HORSE EXHIBITED AT THIS SHOW. HORSE PLEASE ENSURE YOU TRAVEL WITH YOUR PASSPORTS RANDOM CHECKS MAY BE MADE LIABILITY DISCLAIMER – The EEUKI organisers and owners accept no liability for exhibitors or visitors costs. The EEUKI organisers and owners will not accept and will not be liable for death, injury, disease or damage to any person, horse, car, horsebox, trailer, caravan or property howsoever caused. It is furthermore, an express condition of entry that each entrant shall indemnify the organisers against all actions, costs, claims, demands or liability whatsoever rising out of any action in which he or she may be concerned. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13th 2008 @ 7.30pm To be held in the bar ENTERTAINMENT FROM THE GOLDEN ARABIAN DESERT SANDS Evening performance’s to include …. Auction & Free Disco 14 Liberty Class will be judged by two judges, who both will give a maximum of 20 points for Type – Movement – Most original idea, given a total of maximum 120 points Time allowed 2 mins per exhibit 15 In Hand Class for Handlers/Owners in the golden era serious participants 16 Authentic Costume Class open to any Pure Bred Arabian 4 years & over 11 THE AMATEUR/HOME PRODUCED UK ARABIAN HORSE SHOW E nt ry f ee: £ 1 2 .0 0 (Late entries will be accepted £18.00) The two highest placed amateurs qualify for the BRTISH AMATEUR//HOME PRODUCED ARABIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS Points will be awarded as follows: 1st – 10, 2nd – 8, 3rd – 6, 4th – 4, 5th – 2, 6th - 1 Participants are not eligible for any ECAHO shows, which require qualification. Rules: - To be run under the AHS rules 2008. -Definition of Amateur Handler not to of been paid for showing or producing any horse for a third party, this includes any remuneration either as employment casual showing, or any in- kind of benefits whatsoever. Horse not to of “resided” on a professional yard on show training livery in 2008. Horse not to of been shown by a professional in 2008. Horse not of received “regular” training from a visiting professional in 2008. Exhibitors DO NOT have to be members of AHS to enter the Championships when qualified IN HAND CLASS commencing at 9.00am Sunday September 14 th 2008 Ring 2 Outdoor Arena Judges: Christina Roebuck Novice Handler and Horse neither to have been placed 1st–5th in any affiliated show (any age) 1. Novice Horse 1/2/3 yr colt, filly or gelding (never to have won a 1st at any affiliated show) 2. Junior Handler aged 10 -15 years on day of show Mare/Filly/Gelding) To be judged on presentation of the horse and ability and turnout of handler, rosettes to all exhibitors 3. Lead rein 10yrs & under (horse must be suitable for the child rider) 4. Pure Bred 1/2/3yr Colt, Filly, or Gelding 5. Pure Bred Mare, Stallion or Geldings 4years & over 6. Anglo/Part Bred 1/2/3 yr Colt, Filly or Gelding 7. Anglo/Part Bred Mares, Stallions or geldings 4 yrs & over 8. Home produced Youngstock 1/2/3yr old Colt, Filly or Gelding 9. Home produced Pure Bred/Part Bred/Anglo Mares, Stallion or Gelding 4yrs & over CC. Overall Amateur Championship Award Owner/Breeder/Handler Trophy, For the highest placed horse which has been bred, and is owned by the handler Top Amateur Handler 12
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