glenfoot show

Schedule 2016  Sunday 31st July (entries CLOSE 29th july)

 

 

Ring 1 9am Condition and Turnout

Class 1: In-hand condition and turnout, any type and age

Class 2: Ridden condition and turnout, any type, 4 years old and over

 

Ring 1 9.30am

 Coloureds

Judge: Kaye Ferguson

Class 21: In-hand youngstock

Class 22: In-hand non-native coloured any age

Class 23: In-hand native/traditional coloured any age

Class 24: Ridden non-native coloured 4years and over

Class 25: Ridden native/traditional coloured 4years and over

 

COLOURED CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZE WINNERS FROM CLASSES 21-25 TO COMPETE

Ring 1 AFTER COLOUREDS

Novelty Classes:    Judge: Miss Margaret Cousin

 Class 35: Young handlers 10 years old and under.

 Class 36: Young handlers 11-16 years old.

Class 37: Pony club pony. Riders 25 years old and under, to include a small jump. Snaffle bits only.

Class 38: Riding club horse. To include a small jump. Snaffle bits only.

NOVELTY CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZEWINNERS FROM CLASSES 35-38 TO COMPETE

 

 

 

RING 1 AFTER NOVELTY CLASSES

LOCAL CLASSES: (10 mile radius of showground)

Judge: Margaret Cousin

Class 39: In hand local pony/horse

Class 40: Ridden local pony/horse

Class 41: Local Pony club pony/Riding club horse. To inc. a small jump, snaffle bits only.

LOCAL CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZEWINNERS FROM CLASSES 39-41 TO COMPETE

 

Ring 2  9.30am Mountain and Moorland.

Judge Mrs Angela MacLeod

Class 3: In-hand registered youngstock

Class 4: In-hand registered small breeds any age

Class 5: In hand registered large breeds any age

Class 6: In hand unregistered M&M any age

Class 7: Ridden small breeds 4yo and over

Class 8: Ridden large breeds 4yo and over

Class 9: Ridden Unregistered M&M small and large breeds 4yo and over

Class 10: Junior ridden (riders 16 and under) Lead rein and first ridden included. Walk and trot only.  Open to reg. and unreg. Ponies 4yo and over

*In class 10, first and second prizewinners are to go forward to the championship that applies to them either Registered or Unregistered*

·         REG. M&M CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZE WINNERS FROM CLASSES 3,4,5,7,8  TO COMPETE

·         UNREG. M&M CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZEWINNERS FROM CLASSES 6 AND 9 TO COMPETE

Overall M&M CHAMPIONSHIP: Champions and reserves form both reg and unreg championships to compete.

 

Ring 2 AFTER MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND CLASSES

Sport Horses and Ponies:

Judge: Mrs Jackie Halley

Class 11: In-hand sport horse/pony youngstock.

Class 12: In-hand Sport horse/pony any age

Class 13: Ridden sport horse/ pony. To include two jumps, one rustic and one coloured, 4yo and over

 

SPORTHORSE/PONY CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZE WINNERS FROM CLASSES 11-13 TO COMPETE

Ring 2 AFTER SPORTSHORSE/PONIES

Veterans: Judge Mrs Jackie Halley

Class 28: In hand veteran 15yo and over

Class 29: Ridden veteran 15yo and over

VETERAN CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZEWINNERS FROM CLASSES 28&29 TO COMPETE

Judge Kaye Ferguson

Arabs

Class 26: In-hand arab/part-bred arab any age

Class 27: Ridden arab/ part-bred arab 4yo and over

Classes may be split if entries are sufficient.

ARAB CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZE WINNERS FROM CLASSES 26-27 TO COMPETE

 

Ring 3 9.30am

Judge ; Ali Chaffe

Class 14: In hand horse any age

Class 15:In hand Cob/heavy horse

Class 16: Novice ridden, open to true novices only (horse OR rider),                             competitors only required to walk and trot, to exceed 14.2hh  (competitors entering this class are not eligible for any other ridden class) 4yo and over

Class 17: Ridden Cob 4yo and over

Class 18: Riddern Heavy Horse 4yo and over

Class 19: Ridden Hunter 4yo and over

Class 20: Riding Horse 4yo and over

 

 

 

 

 

J.B.P TRANSPORT  CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZE WINNERS FROM CLASSES 14-20 TO COMPETE

 

 

Ring 3 After Ridden Classes

Ponies

Judge: Fiona Harley

Class 30: In-hand pony, any type, any age

Class 31: Lead-rein pony, riders 10 and under ponies 12hh and under 4yo and over

Class 32: First ridden pony, riders 12 and under ponies 12.2hh and under 4yo and over

Class 33: Novice ridden pony, for true novices only (pony OR rider), rider any age, rider only required to walk and trot, 4yo and over

Class 34: Ridden pony 4yo and over

 

PONY CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZE WINNERS FROM CLASSES 30-34 TO COMPETE

 

Ring 4  .

9.30am Working Hunter Ponies

Judge: Shonah Wood

Class 42: Wobblies and Lead rein. 30cm

Class 43: novice pony 50cm

Class 44: open pony 65cm

WORKING HUNTER PONY CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZEWINNERS FROM CLASSES 42-44 TO COMPETE

WORKING HUNTER HORSES

Judge: Leah Mearns

Class 45: novice horse 65cm

Class 46: open horse 80cm

WORKING HUNTER HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST AND 2ND PRIZEWINNERS FROM CLASSES 45 AND 46 TO COMPETE

SCOT HEAT CO. OVERALL WORKING HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP; CHAMPIONS AND RESERVES FROM BOTH PONY AND HORSE WORKING HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIPS TO COMPETE.

 

SUPREME LITTLE SWEET TWEETS CHAMPIONSHIP

ALL CHAMPIONS AND RESERVE CHAMPIONS TO COMPETE IN THE FIRST AVAILABLE RING.

 

Timetable (Please note times are approx. and depend on class sizes!)

 

 

Ring 1

Ring 2

Ring 3

Ring 4

9am

 

 

 

 

9.30am

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Approx 12pm

 

 

 

Approx 1pm

Class 1: In-hand condition and turnout

Class 2: Ridden C&T

 

Coloureds

Class 21: In-hand youngstock

Class 22: In-hand non-native

Class 23: In-hand native/traditional

Class 24: Ridden non-native

 

Class 25 Ridden native/traditional

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Novelty Classes:   

Class 35: Young handlers 10 years  

 

Class 36: Young handlers 11-16

 

Class 37: Pony club pony.

 

Class 38: Riding club horse.

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

 

LOCAL CLASSES

Class 39: In hand local pony/horse

Class 40: Ridden local pony/horse

Class 41: Local Pony club pony/Riding club horse.

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

 

 

 

 

Mountain and Moorland.

Class 3: In-hand reg youngstock

Class 4: In-hand reg sm

breeds

Class 5: In hand reg large breeds

Class 6: In hand unreg

Class 7: Ridden small breeds

 

Class 8: Ridden large breeds

 

Class 9: Ridden Unreg

Class 10: Junior ridden

3  CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sport Horses /Ponies:

Class 11: In-hand youngstock.

Class 12: In-hand

Class 13: Ridden sport horse/ pony.

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Veterans

Class 28: In hand veteran 

Class 29: Ridden veteran

CHAMPIONSHIP

Arabs

Class 26: In-hand arab/part-bred

Class 27: Ridden arab/ part-bred

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

 

 

 

 

 

Horse Classes:

Class 14: In hand horse 

Class 15: In hand cob/heavy horse

 Class 16: Novice Ridden

 

Class 17: Ridden Cob

 

Class 18: Ridden heavy horse

 

Class 19: Ridden hunter

Class 20: Riding horse

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

Ponies

Class 30: In-hand pony

 

Class 31: Lead-rein

 

Class 32: First ridden

 

Class 33: Novice ridden

 

Class 34: Ridden pony

 

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Working Hunter Ponies

Class 42: Wobblies and Lead rein. 30cm

 

 

 

Class 43: novice pony 50cm

 

 

 

Class 44: open pony 65cm

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

 

 

Working hunter horses:

Class 45: novice horse 65cm

 

 

Class 46: open horse 80cm

CHAMPIONSHIP

OVERALL WH CHAMPIONSHIP

 

 

 

SUPREME LITTLE SWEET TWEETS CHAMPIONSHIP WILL BE HELD IN THE FIRST AVAILABLE ARENA

 

 

 

Entry Form

ENTRY FORM:

 

Class number

Horse/pony Name

Rider/Handler name

Entry Fee

(£8 per class/£10 on the day)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medical Cover £2 per rider/handler

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

£

 

 

Name:_____________________________________Tel:________________________________

Address:____________________________________________________________________

I agree to abide by the rules of Glenfoot Show (signed, over 16s)______________________

 

RULES! PLEASE READ BEFORE SIGNING ENTRY

Rules of Glenfoot Show:

1. The judges’ decision is final.

2. Any formal complaints can be lodged in writing with the secretary along with a £20 fee within 30mins of the class finishing. The fee will only be returned if the complaint is upheld.

3. Organisers reserve the right to refuse entries, and split or amalgamate classes where required.

4. Although all efforts have been made, some classes may clash. It is up to the competitor to decide which classes to compete in if this occurs. The judges will not hold up classes to wait for competitors.

5. It is the judges’ decision whether or not to let a late competitor into the ring after the gate is closed.

6. All competitors must be correctly attired and wear a hard hat which meets current safety standard PAS015 at all times when mounted. Under 16s must wear a hard hat when showing in hand.

7. Dogs must be kept on a lead.

8. The organisers of Glenfoot show accept no liability for loss, damage or accident to property or persons regardless of cause.

9. All kickers and stallions must wear the appropriate ribbons in their tails.

10. Riders must not exceed a trot outside of the show rings except in designated warm up areas.

11. Any horses or riders/handlers deemed to be behaving inappropriately will be asked to leave.

12. Entry money for classes withdrawn by the competitor will NOT be refunded, but classes entered and paid for may be swapped for another class.

13.  Please note that there will be no entries on the day this year unless you have pre-entered at least one class this is due to limited parking.  Also note that entries cannot be accepted without payment and that some classes may not be able to be entered on the day if entry numbers are very high.

WHERE TO SEND ENTRIES:

PLEASE FILL OUT YOUR ENTRY FORMS AND SEND WITH THE APPROPRIATE FEE TO CARRIE SCOBBIE, SKYTHORN, SHANNOCKHILL FARM, COALSNAUGHTON FK13 6LY OR HAND INTO TILLY TACK SHOP. PLEASE MAKE CHEQUES OUT TO CARRIE SCOBBIE NOT  GLENFOOT SHOW AS THE SHOW DOES NOT HAVE A SEPARATE ACCOUNT THANKS!

CALEDONIAN SHOWING CHAMPIONSHIPS

ImageCaledonian Showing Championships 

 

The Caledonian Showing Championships were a huge success in 2015 and will once again give 2016 competitors the opportunity to compete at a top level Championship Final in Scotland. 

Evening Performances, loads of bling and razzmatazz .... everything an end of season Championship should have! 

 

This year’s show will be held at 

Highfield @ Howe, near Ladybank, Fife  on 1/2 October 2016  

 

This Show is a qualifier and every horse & pony placed 1st and 2nd in all Inhand, Ridden Showing classes (not fun classes) & Working Hunter/Pony classes will qualify to compete in any appropriate class at the Finals.  Qualification will be from placings, no qualification cards will be awarded in the ring, and no qualification can go down the line.  Qualification is for the Horse & Pony except for Young Handler classes, where the Handler qualifies. 

All qualified horses and ponies will be listed on the Caledonian Showing Show’s website www.caledonianchampionships.webs.com where you will also find a regularly updated list of qualifying shows as well as a wealth of other information.