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					                                         SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

RING ONE

SHOW JUMPING                                                                           commencing 9.00 am

CLASS 1 – RESTRICTED NOVICE
Riders any age – Horses/ponies any height – Combination never to have been placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd in any jumping competition.
Jumps approximately 2' first round.

CLASS 2 – OPEN NOVICE
Riders any age – Horses/ponies any height. Jumps approximately 2'3" first round.

CLASS 3 – INTERMEDIATE OPEN
Jumps approximately 2'6" first round.

CLASS 4 – OPEN
Jumps approximately 3' first round.

Classes 1- 4 to be jumped as 2 phase (i.e. all clears continue straight over jump-off course after completing first round.)

Trophy to all class winners and rosettes to 10 th place in all classes

Prize money in classes 1 – 4: (1st - £10) (2nd - £8) (3rd - £6) plus prizes in kind.

Entry fee - £5.50 (£7 on day) – Late entries will be limited

                                 Foxham Horse Show is part of the
                         “COLTSMOOR PERFORMANCE LEAGUE”.
 ALL Classes are eligible for this Accumulator Series. More information: www.ridingdiary.co.uk




RING TWO

SHOWING                                                                                commencing 9.00 am

Competitors may only enter one class (5 – 9). First two in classes 5 – 9 qualify for Championship Class 10

CLASS 5 – LEAD REIN WORKING HUNTER PONY
Ponies not exceeding 12.2hh. Riders 10 yrs & under. Jumps 1'6" max. over a short course

CLASS 6 – WORKING HUNTER PONY
Ponies not exceeding 12.2hh. Jumps approx. 2'

CLASS 7 – WORKING HUNTER PONY
Ponies not exceeding 13.2hh. Jumps approx. 2'3"

CLASS 8 – WORKING HUNTER PONY
Horses not exceeding 14.2hh. Jumps approx. 2'6"

CLASS 9 – WORKING HUNTER
Horses exceeding 14.2hh. Jumps approx. 3'

CLASS 10 – WORKING HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP
First two in classes 5 – 9 qualify – no entry fee
CLASS 11 – RIDING HORSE
Horses exceeding 15hh.

CLASS 12 – BEST RIDDEN COLOURED OPEN

CLASS 13 – RACEHORSE TO RIDING HORSE
Open to Thoroughbred Mares or Geldings, 4 yrs or over, exceeding 15hh. Riders must be 16 yrs or over. All entries MUST be
entered with Weatherbys in their General Stud Book. Please send or bring photocopy of horse’s passport details prior to the
class. Horses MUST HAVE RACED OR BEEN IN TRAINING. Prize for the highest placed veteran 13 yrs or over.

Trophy to all class winners, rosettes to 10th place & prizes in kind according to entries.

Entry fee: £5.50 (£7.00 on day)




RING THREE

SHOWING                                                                             commencing 9.00 am

CLASS 14 – BEST TURNED OUT
Riders 14 yrs & over and 13 yrs & under. Class may be split according to entries.

CLASS 15 – BEST FAMILY HORSE/PONY
Class may be split (14.2hh. & under / 14.3hh. & over) according to entries. To be judged on manners and all round suitability,
for all family members.
The Elks Trophy to the winner

CLASS 16 – LEAD REIN PONY
Ponies not exceeding 13.2hh

CLASS 17 – MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND RIDDEN – OPEN

CLASS 18 – MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND IN-HAND – OPEN

CLASS 19 – BEST PONY CLUB PONY
Proof of up-to-date Pony Club membership may be required before entry to ring.

CLASS 20 – RIDDEN PONY VETERAN
Ponies to be aged 20 yrs & over. 14.2hh & under

CLASS 21 – RIDDEN HORSE VETERAN
Horses to be aged 20 yrs & over. 14.3hh & over

CLASS 22 – IN-HAND VETERAN
Horses and ponies aged 20 yrs & over.

Veteran classes will be judged on fluency of movement & condition

Trophy to all class winners & rosettes to 10 th place in all classes

Entry fee: £5.50 (£7.00 on day)
RING FOUR

CLEAR ROUND JUMPING                                                             commencing 9.00 am
                                                                                continuing throughout the day
Fences will be adjusted according to the Judge’s discretion.

Rosettes for all clear rounds

Entry fee: £2.00 per entry at ringside only




RING FIVE

CLEAR ROUND JUMPING                                                             commencing 9.00 am
Jumps will be raised or lowered throughout the day at the Judge’s discretion

Rosettes for all clear rounds

Entry fee: £2.00 per entry at ringside only


MINI & NOVELTY JUMPING                                                          commencing approx. 2.00pm
CLASS 23 – MERRYLEGS MINIMUS JUMPING
Competitors 10 yrs & under – ponies not exceeding 12.2hh. – Jumps approx. 1'6" first round. Class to be divided into (A)Lead
and (B) Non-Lead Rein Sections – Sections to be judged separately but run concurrently. Rosettes to all clear rounds.
Combinations may only enter A or B but not both. Combination not to have won any jumping competition.

CLASS 24 – HORSE & HOUND JUMPING
To be judged on time – Horse to go first, rider then exchanges horse for dog (on or off lead)- Rider may, and dog must, jump
same course. Jumps approx. 2'

Trophy to all class winners & rosettes to 10 th place in all classes

Entry fee: £5.50 (£7 on day)




RING SIX (morning)

SHOWING                                                                         commencing 9.00 am
CLASS 25 - BEST RIDER - LEAD REIN ONLY

CLASS 26 - BEST RIDER - 12 yrs & under (will be required to jump a small fence)

CLASS 27 - BEST RIDER – 13 yrs & over (will be required to jump a small fence)

CLASS 28 - BEST RIDER CHAMPIONSHIP (First two in Classes 13-15 qualify – no entry fee)

CLASS 29 – FANCY DRESS (Hard hats must be worn) Rosettes to all competitors

Trophy to all class winners & rosettes to 10 th place in all classes

Entry fee: £5.50 (£7 on day)
RING SIX (afternoon)

GYMKHANA                                                           commencing approx. 12.30 pm

SECTION A – 5 YEARS & UNDER – LEAD REIN
1 – WALK & RUN                                      3 – MUSICAL STATUES
2 – POTATO RACE                                     4 – WALKING RACE
5 – MUSICAL SACKS

SECTION B – 8 YEARS & UNDER – LEAD REIN
1 – WALK & TROT                                     3 – RIDE & RUN
2 – SACK RACE                                       4 – POTATO RACE
5 – MUSICAL SACKS

CONSOLATION RACE:                                    MONTE CARLO
Riders not to have won a rosette in A and/or B sections

SECTION C – 11 YEARS & UNDER
1 – POTATO RACE                                     3 – RIDE & RUN
2 – SACK RACE                                       4 – FLAG RACE
5 – MUSICAL SACKS

SECTION D – 14 YEARS & UNDER
1 – FLAG RACE                                       3 – RIDE & RUN
2 – SACK RACE                                       4 – POTATO RACE
5 – MUSICAL SACKS

SECTION E – OPEN
1 – POTATO RACE                           3 – SACK RACE
2 – FLAG RACE                             4 – BARREL JUMPING
5 – MUSICAL SACKS
CHASE ME CHARLIE – OPEN (time permitting)

CONSOLATION RACE:                                    CROSSING THE RIVER
Riders not to have won a rosette in C,D and E section

Entry Fee: £2.00 per race (at ringside only)



RING SEVEN

DRESSAGE                                            commencing 9.30 am

      Dressage classes will be judged under British Dressage rules.
      Entries close on Saturday 8th September 2007 and will be strictly limited.
      Please will all competitors have their tack inspected by the collecting ring steward before they
       compete.
      Times available Thursday 13th September between 7.00pm – 9.00pm only. If you do not phone
       we will assume you have withdrawn and your place may be given to someone else.
       Telephone 01249 740586
CLASS 30 – PRELIM 10

CLASS 31 – PRELIM 18 (2002)

Dressage entry fee: £8.00



CARRIAGE DRIVING                                            Affiliated driving classes
                                                            commencing at 2.00pm

CLASS 32 – EXERCISE VEHICLE – ANY HEIGHT
Single, pair or tandem pony, horse or mule driven to a utility or pneumatic wheeled vehicle two or four wheeled only (no
traditional vehicles). Vehicles must be clean, tidy and safe, suitable for everyday driving across mixed terrain.
Pony/horse/mule must be correctly harnessed and spares must be carried. Whips should be appropriately dressed. This
will be judged under BDS rules and the class may be split at the Judge’s and /or Show Secretary’s discretion depending on
entries.

CLASS 33 – BDS PRIVATE DRIVING CLASS UNDER 13.2 NO DRIVE
For horse(s) or pony(s) 4 years or over harnessed to a well maintained vehicle suitable for an amateur to drive on the road,
as a single, tandem or pair. Spares will be required to be shown. Commercial and Hackney wagons barred. This will be
judged under BDS rules and the class may be split at the Judge’s and /or Show Secretary’s discretion depending on
entries. Special Awards will be given to the highest placed exercise vehicle.

CLASS 34 – BDS PRIVATE DRIVING CLASS OVER 13.2 NO DRIVE
For horse(s) or pony(s) 4 years or over harnessed to a well maintained vehicle suitable for an amateur to drive on the road,
as a single, tandem or pair. Spares may be required to be shown. Commercial and Hackney wagons barred. This will be
judged under BDS rules and the class may be split at the Judge’s and /or Show Secretary’s discretion depending on
entries. Special Awards will be given to the highest placed exercise vehicle.

CLASS 35 – BDS PRIVATE DRIVING CLASS OPEN WITH DRIVE
Of not less than 4 miles, open to horses, ponies and mules – singles or multiples correctly harnessed to a well maintained
vehicle, suitable for an amateur to drive on the road (with spares). Commercial or Hackney show wagons barred. The
class will be split if numbers permit at the Judge’s discretion, to make the most suitable and competitive class. Everyone
who completes the drive satisfactorily to receive a BDS Drive Rosette.

RULES:
  1. All turnouts are required to produce evidence of third party insurance.
  2. All junior whips under the age of 18 yrs will be required to be accompanied by an experienced
     adult.
  3. All horses / ponies must be 4 years or over.
  4. Grooms are not required to ride within the vehicle.

				
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