Horses & Ponies

2017 Class List

HORSES & PONIES (Open)

SUPREME HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP

Sponsored by Clark Thomson, Perth

To be judged in the Main Ring at 1.30pm approximately.

Judge: Mrs. Elizabeth Sibbald, Thorn Farm, Dollar.

Convenor: Alicia Hay

Open to the Overall Horse Champion and Reserve, Riding Pony Champion and Reserve, Overall M&M Champion and Reserve together with the Clydesdale Champion and Reserve, Highland Pony Champion and Reserve and Shetland Pony Champion and Reserve.

TROPHY: THE ARCHIE RENTON QUAICH – presented on the occasion of the 100th birthday of Mr. A Renton of Kinross. To the Most Meritorious Animal in the Horse Section.  For annual competition.

Prize to 1st £60, 2nd £40

Winner will also receive Champion Sash

Sponsored by Clark Thomson, Perth

 

It would be greatly appreciated if all entries could be submitted by the closing date to the Secretary’s address. No entries will be accepted over the telephone or e-mail after closing date.

Late entries will be accepted on day of Show if numbers and space allow. These will be a rate of £20 for first entry and £12 for every subsequent entry owned by single exhibitor plus a First Aid charge of £1.00. The late entry rate is universal and applies to both Members and Non Members.


 HEAVY HORSE SECTION

CLYDESDALE

Convenor: Mr. Iain Campbell

Attending Member: Mrs. Dorothy Thomson

Affiliated to The Clydesdale Horse Society.  The above Society’s shield to the best Clydesdale yearling or two year old colt or filly, registered or eligible or registration with th Society, not having won a Shield before in its lifetime.  The Exhibitors must be a current member of the Clydesdale Horse Society. All horses, which are shown, must be within the C.H.S. guidelines.

Young Handlers Class

An engraved medal is presented by the Clydesdale Horse Society to the best young handler aged 12 to 16 years on the day of the show who has not already qualified in 2017. The capabilities of the handler are to be assessed, not the animal being led. The qualifier will be eligible to compete in the final at The Royal Highland Show in 2018. The Young Handler Scheme and the The Young Handler Final are generously sponsored by the James Bennett Fund.

Please remember to bring your Horse passports with you to the show in case you are asked for them

Prize Money: 1st £10.00. 2nd £6.00 3rd £4.00

Judge: Mrs. Yvonne Hanna, Macfin, Balleymoney

Judging commences at 9.00 a.m. in Ring A.

Class 1.  Mare in Milk.

Class 2.  Colt or Filly Foal.

Class 3.  Yeld Mare, Three years old or upwards.

Class 4.  One year old Filly

Class 4a Two year old Filly.

Class 5.  Clydesdale Gelding, Three years old and upwards.

Class 6.  One or Two year old Colt or Gelding.

Class 7.  Young Handlers. Age 12 to 16 years on the day of the show. Entry Free.  This class is subject to Clydesdale Horse Society rules.

TROPHIES: 

The Dunduff Challenge Cup presented by the late John Reid, of Dunduff, to be held for a year by the exhibitor of the most Meritorious Animal competing in the Clydesdale  Section, Classes 1 to 6. For annual competition

The David L. Young Memorial Salver, presented by Mrs. S. Young & Sons in memory of David L.Young, Finmont Farm, Kinglassie for the Reserve Champion Clydesdale. For annual competition.

The Elder Silver Challenge Cup, presented by Messrs Hugh Elder & Son for the Best Female Animal entered or eligible for the Clydesdale Stud Book.For annual competition.

The Tillyrie Trophy, for the Best Clydesdale Male, entering or eligible for the Clydesdale Stud Book. For annual competition.

The Scottish Central Horse Breeding Society Trophy for the best Clydesdale bred by exhibitor, three years and under. For annual competition.


RIDDEN CLYDESDALES

Please remember to bring your Horse passports with you to the show in case you are asked for them

Prize Money: First – £10.00 Second – £6.00 Third – £4.00

A Fourth Prize will be awarded if Ten or more entries are forward at the show

Judge: To be confirmed

Spurs are not permitted.

Judging commences after other Clydesdale Classes have finished in Ring A.

Classes 7b.  Purebred Mare or Gelding, three years or over.


 HORSE IN HARNESS

Please remember to bring your Horse passports with you to the show in case you are asked for them

Prize Money: First – £10.00 Second – £6.00 Third – £4.00

Special Prize Sponsored by David Methven (Turnston Ltd,) Dunning for overall winner from Classes 8 – 11

First – £25.00 Second – £15.00 Third – £10.00

Judge: Mr. Stewart Alston, Dunfermline

Judging commences at 12.30am in Ring A.

Class 8.  Best Harness.

Class 9.  Best decorated Horse and Harness

Class 10. Best Groomed Horse

Class 11. Best Mains and Tails

TROPHY: Thomson Rose Bowl presented to the Society by the late Alexander Thomson, Leven, for the Most Points in Class 8, 9, 10 and 11.  For annual competition.


SHETLAND PONIES

It would be greatly appreciated if all entries could be submitted by the closing date to the Secretary’s address. No entries will be accepted over the telephone or e-mail after closing date.

Late entries will be accepted on day of Show if numbers and space allow. These will be a rate of £20 for first entry and £12 for every subsequent entry owned by single exhibitor plus a First Aid charge of £1.00. The late entry rate is universal and applies to both Members and Non Members.

Convenor: Mrs. Nicky Marshall 01577 830278

Attending Member: Robert Alexander

Affiliated to the Shetland pony Stud-Book Society

SPSBS Affiliation Rules for 2017

  1. Classes must be confined to Registered Ponies. Ponies must be named on the entry form and in the catalogue. Society rosettes will only be given to ponies registered with the Society or eligible for registration (i.e.foals).
  2. Three year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown. All foals must be a minimum of three weeks old on day of the show.
  3. There must be no colts or entire males in Young Handlers classes. Children under 14 years old may not show colts (excluding foals) or entire males in In-hand classes. Children under 11years on the day of the show may not show entire males in ridden classes. In the interests of safety, hard hats must be worn by all handlers aged 14 years and under in In-hand classes. Exhibitors should not kneel but remain standing while in the ring. Hard hats must be worn by all exhibitors irrespective of age, in ridden classes. In ridden Classes if a rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring, and take no further part.
  4. In ridden Lead Rein class, the lead rein MUST be only attached to the noseband and not to any other part of the bridle. Riders must be 9 years and under on 1st of January of year of show.

Please remember to bring your Horse passports with you to the show in case you are asked for them

Prize Money: First – £10.00 Second – £6.00 Third – £4.00

Special Prizes Sponsored by Mr. David Methven (Turnston) Dunning.

Overall Shetland Champion £30.00

Young Handler 11 years and under £10.00

Young Handler 12-16 years £10.00

Special Sash for Overall Shetland Winner

Special Rosette of Young Handler Winners

Special Rosettes by Mrs. Catherine Marshall, Struie, Forgandenny for Class 26

Judge: Mr. Ken Adam, Fishcross, Alloa.

Judging commences at 9.00 a.m. in Main Ring

Class 12. Young Handler 11 years and under on 1st Jan. No stallions or colts to be shown

Class 13. Young Handler 12-16 years on 1st Jan. No stallions or colts to be shown by anyone 14 years or under

Judging of Champion Young Handler

Class 14. Shetland Gelding 4 years old or over.

Class 15. Shetland Stallion, 4 years or over.

Class 16. Shetland Brood Mare, 4 years or over

Class 17. Shetland Foal – Colt or Filly.

Class 18.Shetland Yeld Mare, 4 years or over.

Class 19. Shetland Colt, Filly or Gelding 2 or 3 years old.

Class 20. Shetland Yearling – Colt, Filly or Gelding.

Class 21. Miniature Junior Pony, 1 to 3 year old to mature at 34″ or under, not to include foals

Class 22. Miniature Senior Pony, 4 year old or over to mature at 34″ or under – mare, stallion or gelding

Class 23. Miniature Foal, not to have been shown in Class 16. Sponsored by C.S.S.P.G.

Class 24. Lead rein ridden Gelding or Yeld Mare, 4 Years or over

Class 25. Ridden Gelding, Yeld Mare or Stallion 4 Years or over, to be ridden by rider of appropriate age/height/weight.

 

Class 26.          Best pair of Ponies owned by Exhibitor

Trophies: 

The Transy Trophy presented by the late Mrs. W. Dick, Transylaw, Dunfermline, for annual competition for the Champion Shetland pony entered or eligible for entry in The Shetland pony Stud Book.

The Devonshaw Quaich presented by Dougal Dick, for the winner between the Lead Rein and Ridden, Gelding or Yeld Mare, 4 years or over. For annual competition.

Glenmyvot Trophy presented by Mrs Denise Beattie for Annual Competition for Best Overall Miniature.

Daisy Robertson Memorial Trophy presented by Mrs. Andrew Marshall, Forgandenny, for Best Young Handler

Rotating Trophy John F. Watson Trophy presented by the late Anne Watson to The Society in memory of her husband John F. Watson J.P. M.R.C.V.S. Secretary from 1940-1979. 2017 – Shetland Champion


HIGHLAND PONIES

It would be greatly appreciated if all entries could be submitted by the closing date to the Secretary’s address. No entries will be accepted over the telephone or e-mail after closing date.

Late entries will be accepted on day of Show if numbers and space allow. These will be a rate of £20 for first entry and £12 for every subsequent entry owned by single exhibitor plus a First Aid charge of £1.00. The late entry rate is universal and applies to both Members and Non Members.

 Convenor: Neil Drysdale, Milnathort.

Attending Member: Mrs. Moira Gourdie, Glenfarg

 Affiliated to the Highland Pony Society.

The Highland Pony Society rosettes will be awarded to the In-hand and Ridden Champions

Please remember to bring your Horse passports with you to the show in case you are asked for them

Overall Highland Champion £30.00

Sash for Overall Highland Winner

Prize Money: First – £10.00 Second – £6.00 Third – £4.00

Young Handlers – BS approved hard hats to be worn at all times

Judge: Mrs. Alison McLeod, Aberfeldy.

Judging commences at 09.00 a.m. in Main Ring.

Class 27. Highland Pony Mare with Foal at foot, 4 years old and over.

Class 28. Highland Pony Foal – Colt.

Class 29. Highland Pony Foal – Filly.

Class 30. Highland Pony, Yeld Mare, 4 years old and over.

Class 31. Highland Pony, Gelding, 4 years old and over.

Class 32. Highland Pony, 3 years old, Filly or Gelding.

Class 33. Highland Pony, 2 years old, Filly, Colt or Gelding.

Class 34. Highland Pony Yearling, Filly, Colt or Gelding.

In hand Championship & Champion Gelding to be held prior to Ridden Classes

Class 35. Highland Pony Registered, Ridden Novice – Ponies must not have been placed 1st in an open ridden Highland or Mountain & Moorland Class

Class 36. Highland Pony Registered Open Ridden – NoRestrictions.

If sufficient Entries Classes maybe split into Height

 

Trophies:

The James Cairns Memorial Cup presented to the Society by the late Miss E.J.Kirk, Kaimknowe, Glendevon, for the Best Highland Pony.  For annual competition.

The Ella Kirk of Kaimknowe Salver presented by Mrs. L.Hepburn, for the Best Foal.

Hunt Hall Perpetual Rosebowl presented by Mrs. Sheila M. Johnman, Yetts of Muckhart, by Dollar (1994) in memory of the late Miss E J Kirk, Glendevon, for the best Highland Pony Mare and Foal with Highest Joint Score of Points. For annual competition.

The Monkswell Trophy presented by T.A. Muir & Son, Newburgh, is open to the highest placed Gelding, in all In Hand Classes and the In Hand Championship. Highland Pony Section. For annual competition.

The Ardeonaig Trophy presented by E. J. Barnett, Isle of Canty, Carnock (1979), for the Best Highland Pony in Saddle. For annual competition.

 


SUPREME HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP

LIGHT LEGGED HORSE SECTION

Convenor: Mrs Alicia Hay

Kinross Show is a qualifier for the Caledonian Showing Championships on 30th September and 1st October 2017 at Highfield at Howe Equestrain Centre, near Ladybank, Fife. Run and administrated by Puddledub Shows. Date & Venue to be confirmed. 

The Show is a qualifier and every horse & pony placed 1st and 2nd in all In-hand, 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.

ENTRIES ON THE DAY  ; It would be greatly appreciated if all entries could be submitted by the closing date to the Secretary’s address. No entries will be accepted over the telephone or e-mail after closing date.

Late entries will be accepted on day of Show if numbers and space allow. These will be a rate of £20 for first entry and £12 for every subsequent entry owned by single exhibitor plus a First Aid charge of £1.00. The late entry rate is universal and applies to both Members and Non Members.

Please remember to bring your Horse passports with you to the show in case you are asked for them

RULES: These classes are not affiliated to the BSPS but will run under the rules of the BSPS.

TIMETABLE: Judging rings or times may change at the discretion of the Light Horse Committee.  ALL classes follow on unless otherwise stated.  Whilst every effort has been made, the Committee do not take responsibility for classes clashing.

RING 1 RING 2 RING 3
8.30am PROMPT

HORSES IN HAND

Classes 37 – 39

HORSES UNDER SADDLE

Classes 40 – 43

NOT BEFORE 10.30AM

WORKING HUNTER HORSES

Classes 44 – 45

NOT BEFORE 1.00PM

MINI WORKING HUNTER PONIES

Classes 46 – 47

WORKING HUNTER PONIES

Classes 48 – 50

8.30am PROMPT

MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND PONIES

M&M In Hand

Classes 51-54

M&M Lead Rein / First Ridden

Classes 55 – 56

Ridden M&M

Classes 57 – 58

Overall M&M Championship

Working Hunter

Conformation Ring

8.30am PROMPT

PONY CLUB PONY

Classes 59 – 61

SHOW/HUNTER PONIES

Classes 62 – 64

MINI SHOW/HUNTER PONIES

Classes 65 – 66

NOT BEFORE 12.00pm

VETERAN CLASSES

Classes 67 – 68

RETRAINED RACEHORSE

Classes 69 -70


SUPREME HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP

Sponsored by Clark Thomson, Perth

To be judged in the Main Ring at 1.30pm approximately.

Prize to 1st £60, 2nd £40 with Champion Sash

Judge: Mrs. Elizabeth Sibbald, Thorn Farm, Dollar.

Convenor: Mrs. Alicia Hay

Open to the Overall Horse Champion and Reserve, Overall Show/Hunter Pony Champion and Reserve, Overall M&M Champion and Reserve together with the Clydesdale Champion and Reserve, Highland Pony Champion and Reserve and Shetland Pony Champion and Reserve.

TROPHY: THE ARCHIE RENTON QUAICH – presented on the occasion of the 100th birthday of Mr. A Renton of Kinross. To the Most Meritorious Animal in the Horse Section.


HORSES IN HAND

Open to Hunters, Hacks, Riding Horses and Cobs

Prize Money: 1st– £10   2nd– £6   3rd– £4

Judges: Mr. Alex Brewster & Miss Sophie Brewster, Clifton Mains, Newbridge, Edinburgh

Class 38. Yearling colt, filly or gelding to exceed 148cms at maturity

Class 39. Two or three year old filly or gelding to exceed 148cms at maturity. This class will be split if numbers justify.

 Horses’ In Hand Championship: (1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 37 – 39)

TROPHY: THE STEVENSON CUP – presented by Messrs Stevenson, Wholesale Meat Suppliers, Alloa. 


HORSES UNDER SADDLE 

Judges: Mr. Alex Brewster & Miss Sophie Brewster, Clifton Mains, Newbridge, Edinburgh        

Class 41.NOVICE HORSE – Exceeding 158cms. Open to Hunters, Riding Horses, Hacks and Cobs, 4years old and over. These will not be ridden by the judge

Class 42. Exceeding 148cms but not exceeding 158cms.  Open to Hunters, Riding Horses, Hacks and Cobs, 4 years old & over.

Horses under Saddle Championship: (1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 40 – 43)

Special rosette to the best exhibitor living within a 12 mile radius of Kinross.(white arm band to be worn by those eligible within the class) 


OVERALL HORSE CHAMPIONSHIP

Open to Champion and Reserve Horses In Hand and Under Saddle.

TROPHY: THE HOPKINSON CUP


WORKING HUNTERS

Course Builder: Mr. Graham Barclay, Carron, Falkirk

Prize Money: 1st– £10   2nd– £6   3rd– £4

Judges: Mrs. Elsie Pollock Smith & Miss Samantha Binnie, Wester Bankhead, Auchterarder

Class 44. Novice working hunter horse. Open to horses exceeding 148cms and over 4 years. Horse not to have won first prize in any working hunter class before the 1st January in the current year.  Jumps not to exceed 85cms.

Class 45. Open working hunter horse

Eastern BMW/BHS Scotland Qualifier Working Hunter Series 2017.

Final: Blair Castle International Horse Trials.

Eligibility: Horses must be 15hh and over. Horses must not have won more than £400 in total in any WH competitions, more than £400 in BS winnings or have more than 45 BE points. Riders must be 18Years or over on 1 Jan 2017
Course: You will be asked to jump a course of 8-12 fences approx 3’3″ in height. Classes will be judged in line with Sport Horse Breeding Society of GB rules. You can download a copy of the rules here (download the Show Regulations from the Forms section). Hats must conform to the BRC rulebook
Qualification: The first three partnerships in each qualifier will qualify for the final even if they did not jump clear. If one of the first three has already qualified, their qualification can be passed down to the fourth placed horse and rider provided they jumped clear. To be eligible for the final, the rider must be a member of a riding club affiliated to BRC.
2017 Rules and Regulations
To compete at the FINAL riders must be a Riding Club member.

If you have any questions about the series please contact bhsscotland@bhs.org.uk

Working Hunter Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 44 & 45.


WORKING HUNTER PONIES

Prize Money: 1st– £10   2nd– £6    3rd– £4

Course Builder: Mr. Graham Barclay, Carron, Falkirk

Judges: Mrs. Elsie Pollock Smith & Miss Samantha Binnie, Wester Bankhead, Auchterarder

Class 46. Cradle Stakes Mare or Gelding 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122cms (12hh).  Riders not to have attained their  11th birthday before 1st January in the current year.  Jumps not to exceed 55cms. 

Class 47. Nursery Stakes. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 133cm (13hh). Riders not to have attained  their 12th birthday before 1st  January in the current year. Jumps will not exceed 65cms

Mini WHP Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 46 & 47

TROPHY: THE KINROSS-SHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY QUAICH –presented by the late Mrs. P Balfour

Judges: Mrs. Nancy Orr & Miss Caroline Orr, Halbeath Farm, Dunfermline.

Blair Castle Working Hunter Pony Series:  Ponies placed 1st – 4th in classes 48 – 50 will qualify for the Championships held at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials & Country Fair on Thursday 24th August 2017.  Qualification may go down to sixth place if higher placed ponies have previously qualified.

 Class 48.Working Hunter Pony, not exceeding 133cm (13hh) Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over. Riders not to have attained their 14th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Jumps will not exceed 75cms

Class 49.Working Hunter Pony, exceeding 133cm (13hh) but but exceeding 143cm (14hh) Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over. Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Jumps will not exceed 85cms

Class 50. Working Hunter Pony, exceeding 143cm (14hh) but not exceeding 153cm (15hh) Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over. Riders not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Jumps will not exceed 95cms

Working Hunter Pony Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 48 – 50

TROPHY: THE HEVER PIERS TROPHY – presented by Mrs H M M Russell, Mounteagle, Fearn, Tain, Ross-shire.


MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND PONIES

Judges: Mr. J P G Cameron, Westcot, Pitkennedy, by Forfar

Prize Money: 1st– £10   2nd– £6    3rd– £4

MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND PONIES IN HAND

M & M Small Breeds.  Open to registered pure bred Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A & B.

Class 51. M & M Small Breeds.  Mare or Gelding 4 years and over.

Class 52. M & M Small Breeds.  Filly, Colt, mare or gelding, yearling, 2 and 3 years old.

M & M Large Breeds.  Open to registered pure bred Connemara, Dales, Fell, New Forest, Highland, Welsh C & D.

Class 53.  M & M Large Breeds.  Mare or Gelding 4 years and over.

Class 54.M & M Large Breeds.  Filly, Colt, mare or gelding, yearling, 2 and 3 years old.

Mountain and Moorland In Hand Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 51 – 54

TROPHY: THE DEVONSHAW TROPHY –Presented by Mr D W H Dick, Devonshaw, Blairingone

Class 55. M&M Leading Rein Open to registered Dartmoor, Exmoor,Shetland, New Forest, Welsh Section A or B mares and geldings four years old or over not exceeding 122 cm. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but must not have attained their 9th birthday before the 1st January in the current year. To be shown in a snaffle bit.

Class 56. M& M First Ridden Open to registered Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, New Forest, Welsh Section A or B mares and geldings four years old or over not exceeding 128 cm. Riders must have attained their 3rd birthday but not reached their 12th birthday before the 1st January in the current year.

Mountain and Moorland Mini Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 55 & 56

TROPHY: THE GAY DANCER TROPHY – Presented by Mr. AME Knoll


MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND PONIES – RIDDEN

Class 57. M & M Small Breeds. Open to registered pure bred Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland and Welsh A & B.  Mare of Gelding 4 years old and over.

Class 58. M & M Large Breeds. Open to registered pure bred Connemara, Dales, Fell, New Forest, Highland, Welsh C & Mare or Gelding 4 years old and over.

Mountain and Moorland Ridden Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 57 – 58

TROPHY: THE KING CUP

 

OVERALL MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND CHAMPIONSHIP:

Open to M & M In Hand, Mini and Ridden Champion and Reserve Champions. 


PONY CLUB PONY SECTION

Prize Money: 1st– £10; 2nd– £6; 3rd– £4

Judges: Mrs. Elsie Pollock Smith & Miss Samantha Binnie, Wester Bankhead, Auchterarder

Class 59. Pony Club Pony for riders on the lead rein who have not attained their 9th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Minimum rider age 3 years.  Leader must be 16 years or over.

Class 60. Pony Club. Pony for riders who have not attained their 11th birthday before 1st January in the current year.  Mare or gelding 4 years old and over, not exceeding 148cms.No Lead Reins

Class 61.Pony Club. Pony for riders who have not attained their 16th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Mare or gelding. 4 years old and over, any height. No lead reins

Pony Club – Pony Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 59 – 61

Highest Placed exhibitor living within a 12 mile radius of Kinross to win the Izat Trophy.  Eligible exhibitors must wear a white arm band)

TROPHY: THE IZAT PERPETUAL TROPHY – presented by Mrs F Izat. 


SHOW/HUNTER PONIES UNDER SADDLE

Prize Money: 1st– £10; 2nd– £6; 3rd– £4

Judge: Mrs. Nancy Orr & Miss Caroline Orr, Halbeath Farm, Dunfermline.

Class 62. SHOW/HUNTER PONY exceeding 143cm but not exceeding 153cm. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over. Riders not to have attained their 20th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Class 63. SHOW/HUNTER PONY exceeding 133cm but not exceeding 143cm. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over. Riders not to have attained their 17th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Class 64. SHOW/HUNTER PONY not exceeding 133cm. Mare or Gelding 4 years old and over.  Riders not to have attained their 14th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Show/Hunter Pony Championship: Open to first and second prizewinners from classes 62 – 64

Class 65. SHOW/HUNTER PONY LEAD REIN PONY  not exceeding 122cm (12hh).   Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over.  Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st   January in the current year.

TROPHY: THE MASTERTON CUP presented by Miss Linda Harley (Tinson)

Class 66. SHOW/HUNTER FIRST RIDDEN PONY not exceeding 128cm (12.2hh).  Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year.

Mini Championship: Open to first and second prizewinners from classes 65 – 66

TROPHY: THE LOMOND CONSTRUCTION

Overall Show/Hunter Pony Championship: Open to Champion and Reserve Champion from the Show/Hunter Pony Championship and the Mini Show/Hunter Pony Championship

TROPHY: THE BANNATY CUP – presented by Mrs. J Baillie and the late D A. Baillie, The Laurels, Burnside


VETERAN SECTION

 Prize Money: 1st– £10   2nd– £6   3rd– £4

 Judge: Mrs. Nancy Orr & Miss Caroline Orr, Halbeath Farm, Dunfermline.

 Class 67.IN HAND VETERAN.  Open to horses and ponies 15 years and over.

Class 68. RIDDEN VETERAN.  Open to horses and ponies 15 years and over to be ridden (No lead Reins).

Veteran Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prizewinners from classes 67 – 68


RETRAINING OF RACE HORSES

Sponsored by Tillyrie National Hunt Stud.

Prize Money: 1st– £10   2nd– £6   3rd– £4

Judge: Mrs. Nancy Orr & Miss Caroline Orr, Halbeath Farm, Dunfermline.

Class 69. IN HAND Thoroughbred Show Horse which has raced in the UK. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, any height. To be shown in a Snaffle Bridle. Handler must be 15 years or over.

Class 70. RIDDEN Thoroughbred Show Horse which has raced in the UK. Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, any height. To be ridden in a Snaffle, Pelham or simple Double Bridle. Horses to be plaited. Riders must be 15 years or over.

Retrained Race Horse Championship: Open to 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 69 & 70

SPECIAL SASH for Best Turned Out Race Horse.


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