Horse Class

Section Secretary:
Mrs. P S Hampshire BEM,
Factory Farm,
Emley Moor,
Huddersfield,
HD8 9TE
Tel: 01924 848219
Show Day ONLY: 07814 005368

Click here to download the horse class entry form.

In case of inclement weather please contact Mrs Hampshire.

NO BOXES ALLOWED ON TO SHOWGROUND OR CAR PARK BEFORE 7am

ONLY HORSE BOXES & VEHICLES WITH TRAILERS WILL BE ALLOWED INTO THE HORSE BOX PARK – NO ‘SINGLE’ CARS.

All drivers are asked to co-operate fully with the parking stewards

Passes will be sent out with competitors numbers
Please note that the Show Society requires that vehicles & trailers/boxes used to transport horses to the showground must be cleansed immediately prior to attending the show. This is a requirement to reduce any risk of spreading disease

Age taken as on show day unless stated otherwise.

The timetable in the schedule is approximate, and although the organisers will make every effort to keep to the timetable, the Show reserves the right to make alterations as it sees fit

HARD HATS THAT CONFORM TO CURRENT BSI STANDARDS MUST BE WORN BY ALL RIDERS WITHIN THE SHOWGROUND, WHEN MOUNTED.

All exhibitors should have public liability insurance.

All entry forms to Section Secretary (as above) with entry fees and SAE (minimum size 9″ x 6.5″) for return of numbers and passes.

CLOSING DATE FOR POSTAL ENTRIES = SATURDAY 27th JULY 2019

Late entries may be taken at the Secretary’s discretion

ALL EQUINES ON THE SHOWGROUND MUST HAVE A VALID PASSPORT AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION ON THE DAY

Equine Influenza Horses must have been vaccinated to comply with the requirements of the primary course (1st vaccination and then 2nd vaccinations between 21 and 92 days later) Followed by the first booster (150-215 days) and all subsequent boosters. Horses may compete having received the primary course and prior to the 1st booster but not within 7 days of receiving a vaccine dose.

Horses must have been vaccinated within 6 months before the show but not less than 7 days before the show. In foal mares should be vaccinated 4-6 weeks before the foal is due to be born and foals should be vaccinated at 6 months of age. Random checks of passports and vaccination records may carried out on showday.

Entry Fees
£5 (unless otherwise stated) Late entries £3 surcharge per class

Prize Money
1st – £9
2nd – £6
3rd – £5
4th Rosette (unless otherwise stated)

All classes marked with a * are qualifiers for The Showing Register Local Showing Finals please see www.theshowingregister.co.uk for more details

PASSES WILL BE REQUIRED TO GAIN ENTRY TO THE SHOWGROUND

Announcers Mrs R Martin and Mrs L Earnshaw

Ring Two (Sides A & B)

Mountain & Moorland Classes

Side A 8.30am

Judge: Mr M Everrit, Rotherham

Welsh A & B
1 STALLION, 4 years and over, adult
2 MARE or GELDING 4 years and over
3 YOUNG STOCK 1/2/3 years old

Rosettes to best yearling and two year old in class 3

Welsh C & D
4 STALLION, 4 years and over, adult handler
5 MARE or GELDING 4 years and over
6 YOUNG STOCK 1/2/3 years old

Rosettes to best yearling and two year old in class 6

Side B 8.30am

Judge: Mrs Logan, Blackburn

Exmoor, Dartmoor & Shetland
7 STALLION, 4 years and over, adult handler handler “Ian Beevers Trophy” for highest placed Shetland
8 MARE or GELDING 4 years and over
9 YOUNG STOCK 1/2/3 years old

Rosettes to best yearling and two year old in class 9

New Forest, Fell, Dales, Highland, Connemara
10 STALLION, 4 years and over, adult handler
11 MARE or GELDING 4 years and over
12 YOUNG STOCK 1/2/3 years old

Rosettes to best yearling and two year old in class 12

RIDDEN CLASSES – WHOLE RING

Judges: Mr M Everrit, Rotherham & Mrs Logan, Blackburn

*13 LEADING REIN Mountain & Moorland open to Dartmoor, Shetland, Exmoor, Welsh A & B Not exceeding 12.0hh. Riders of suitable size for pony, and 3 years and over.
*14 FIRST RIDDEN Mountain & Moorland breeds as in class 13. Not exceeding 12.2hh. Riders 12 years and under on show day.
*15 RIDDEN Mountain & Moorland Breeds as in class 13. Not exceeding 13.2hh
*16 RIDDEN Mountain & Moorland, New Forest, Fell, Dales, Highland, Connemara WelshC & D

Championship “A” 1st & 2nd prize winners from small breeds
Championship “B” 1st & 2nd prize winners from large breeds
Championship “C” Highest placed Shetland for “Hull Trophy”

Supreme Championship for the “Samuel Webster Trophy” competed for by Champions and Reserves from the “A” & “B” Championships

SHIRE HORSES

Side A
To commence approx 1.30pm.
Judge: Mr Franklin, Macclesfield

This show is affiliated to the Shire Horse Society and a Silver Plated Spoon for the best Mare or Filly is awarded subject to the following conditions:

  • The owner shall have been a member of the local Society for not less than 6 months prior to the last date for entry for the Show.
  • If not already a member, the winner of the Special Prize must become a member of the Shire Horse Society.
  • No animal to be eligible to take more than one Silver Spoon during any one year. The Royal and Shire Horse Society Shows being excepted.
  • The winning animal must be registered or be eligible for registration in the studbook or grade B register.
  • The winning animal must be free from disease.
  • The Council reserve the right, in offering their Spoon, to award it only to persons approved by the Shire Horse Society & subject to confirmation in the uncontrolled discretion of the Council

SHIRE HORSE PARKING IN RESERVED SPACES IN CAR PARK

Emley Show is participating in the SOUTH WEST YORKSHIRE SHIRE FOAL 8 STAR ACCUMULATOR.
Points to be awarded for Shire Foal classes at 8 local shows – Honley, Arthington, Harthill Carnival, Woolley, Emley,
Halifax, Keighley & Penistone Agricultural Show.

Points are as follow:
1st – 5pts,
2nd – 4pts,
3rd – 3pts,
4th – 2pts,
5th – 1pt awarded to the foal.

This competition is open to everyone. Membership of any of the Show Societies is not required. The foal with the most points from 6 of the 8 shows will be declared Champion Foal and receive £200 donated by Haigh’s Farm Shop, Mirfield. The foal with the second highest points will be Reserve Champion Foal and receive £100 donated by Mr R Bedford. Late entries for this section may be made at the Horse Section Secretary’s tent up to 12 noon.

Prizes:
1st £40,
2nd £30,
3rd £20,
4th £15 (classes 17 to 22 & 24)

17 3 YEAR OLD OR OVER, GELDING OR BARREN MARE Winner awarded The Senior Trophy
18 BROOD MARE WITH FOAL AT FOOT – Winner awarded The Tipler Trophy
19 COLT OR FILLY FOAL – Winner awarded The Thomas Lodge Trophy
20 YEARLING COLT, FILLY OR GELDING – Winner to receive The Show Manager’s Plate.
21 2 YEAR OLD FILLY OR GELDING
22 ANY OTHER RECOGNISED HEAVY HORSE BREED IN HAND (excluding Shires)
23 YOUNG HANDLERS – open to handlers between the age of 12 & 18 years incl.
NB – No foals or stallions to be shown by young handlers.
No entry fee – prizes 1st £15, 2nd £10, 3rd £5 4th £5
24 RIDDEN HEAVY HORSE – Open to all recognised heavy horse breeds, class may be split if sufficient entries

CHAMPIONSHIP for the Best Shire in Show to be held at approx 3.20pm in Ring
Winner will receive The A G & J B Wilson Trophy

All Shire entries are requested to attend the Grand Parade in Ring 1 by popular demand!

DONKEYS

Side B
To commence approx 1.30pm
Judge: Mrs Logan, Blackburn

Classes will be judged under DBS rules and application has been made to them for SPECIAL ROSETTES which will be awarded to member winners.

REGULATIONS

  • Entering one donkey and showing another is not permitted.
  • Stallions and entire colts must be properly dressed in bridle and bits with the leading rein correctly attached to the bit.
  • In ‘Mare with Foal at Foot’ Class, superficial blemishes of a non-hereditary character do not necessarily debar a mare from being awarded a prize.
  • No person under the age of 18 years may handle an entire male donkey (foals excepted).
  • The classes are open to all donkeys but DBS rosettes will be awarded to DBS members.
  • The ‘In Hand Champion Donkey’ at this show automatically qualifies for the relevant Championship at the DBS Annual Supreme Championship Show, provided it is owned by a fully paid up member of the DBS.
  • Where the ‘In Hand Champion Donkey’ has previously qualified, the Reserve Champion Donkey will be deemed the Qualifier.
  • A donkey may win more than one championship at shows but will qualify only once for the DBS Supreme Championship Show.
25 OPEN DRIVING, Donkeys to be 4 years & over. (Providing harness & vehicle fit correctly & are safe & clean, they will not be taken into account in the judging)
26 BEST CONDITIONED AND TURNED OUT DONKEY – 75% condition, 25% Turnout. Conformation not be taken into account.
27 STALLIONS & GELDINGS, 4 yrs and over.
28 MARE WITH OR WITHOUT FOAL AT FOOT,4 years old & over. Brood mares to be 5 yrs & over with own foal at foot. Foal to be judged first & to be 6wks or over on Show day
29 YOUNG STOCK, Colt, Filly or Gelding, 3 years old and under.

CHAMPIONSHIP – 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 27 to 29.
Winner to receive The Tetlow Trophy presented by Owrams Donkeys

The judging of the ‘Best Local Donkey’ will commence after the Championship. Open to all DBS Members living within 25 miles of the showground

30 YOUNG HANDLERS. Handler to be over 3 yrs old & under 16 yrs old on Show day.
31 RIDDEN DONKEY, 4 years old & over. (Min. age for rider 3 years)-Leading Rein competitors must be led by a competent Adult(18yrs+) and rider 8 yrs and under.

Lead Rein must be attached to the noseband.

Ring Three

COLOURED HORSE & PONY

To commence approx 8.30am
Judge: Mrs S Richardson, Bolton

This Show is affiliated to the Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK), Affiliation number TBC. Both owner and rider/exhibitor need not be a member of CHAPS(UK) nor must the horse or pony be registered with CHAPS(UK) to compete. However in order to qualify both the owner and exhibitor need to be a current showing member and present their valid qualifier card IN THE RING for signing by the Judge Members to apply in writing to CHAPS(UK) for appropriate qualifier card. The CHAPS(UK) Championship Show will be held on 28 Aug to 31 2019. Shows held on or after date of Championship Show will count as 2020 qualifiers. The following classes are CHAPSUK) Qualifiers; 32 – 36. For full rulings and information on competition/qualification please refer to the CHAPS(UK) members Handbook, or visit www.chapsuk.com for rulings. Only skewbald & piebalds may compete in these classes. All stallions 4 years and over entering these classes must be graded with CHAPS UK. All Stallions must wear Stallion ID discs in the ring without exception.

32 CHAPS (UK) OPEN YOUNGSTOCK QUALIFIER: 1, 2 or 3yr olds: no foals.
*33 CHAPS (UK) NATIVE/COB/TRADITIONAL OPEN RIDDEN QUALIFIER, any height. Winner to receive The Balkly Ponies Trophy presented by The Green Family
*34 CHAPS (UK) NON-NATIVE OPEN RIDDEN QUALIFIER, any height. Winner to receive The Horace Green Memorial Trophy
35 CHAPS (UK) NATIVE/COB/TRADITIONAL OPEN IN HAND QUALIFIER. Any Age. No foals
36 CHAPS (UK) NON-NATIVE OPEN IN HAND QUALIFIER. Any age, no foals.

CHAMPIONSHIP for 1st & 2nd prize winners from 32 to 36 to compete for The Tobias Hobson Memorial Trophy presented by the Whiteley Family

RIDDEN SHOW PONIES

To commence approx 11am
Judge: Miss J Firth, Sheffield

*37 LEAD REIN excluding Mountain and Moorland 12.2hh and under rider 9 years and under. The Wilson Trophy awarded for the best pony within 6 mile radius of Emley Cross. Qualifier for the CHAPS (UK) Championships see www.chapsuk.com for details
*38 FIRST RIDDEN excluding Mountain and Moorland 13.2hh & under rider 12 years and Under Winner awarded the Mrs B Pattinson Trophy Qualifier for the CHAPS (UK) Championships see www.chapsuk.com for details
*39 SHOW PONY/SHOW HUNTER PONY not exceeding 14.2hh rider any age. Winner awarded the Briar Rose Trophy.

RIDDEN SHOW HORSES

To commence approx 12.30pm
Judge: Miss J Firth, Sheffield

*40 RIDING HORSE Over 14.2hh. Winner to receive The Lascelles Hall Saddle Club Trophy. Qualifier for the CHAPS (UK) Championships see www.chapsuk.com for details
*41 RIDDEN COB Over 14.2hh
*42 RIDDEN EX RACEHORSE/THOROUGHBRED

EQUITATION

To commence approx 2.30pm
Judge: MRS s Richardson, Bolton

43 EQUITATION – riders 18 years and over. Winner awarded The Beaumont Cup. 44 EQUITATION – riders 14-17 years. Winner awarded The Ward Trophy 45 EQUITATION LEADING REIN (Rosettes to all competitors) Rider not able to enter class 46 46 EQUITATION – riders 13 years and under. Winner awarded The Shires Trophy 47 PAIRS EQUITATION

Entry Fee: £2 per pair. Prizes: 1st £8, 2nd £6, and 3rd £2. Rosettes to 6th place Each ‘pair’ will have up to 3 minutes to execute a performance of their choice, if desired, this may be set to music. (Each pair performing to music must provide their own tape recording that is suitable to be played over the loudspeaker system.) The class will be judged on the originality & synchronisation of their movements.

RING FOUR

RIDDEN HUNTER

To commence approx. 8.30am
Judge: Mrs L Towler, Mrs H Hulme & Mrs J Norrey

*48 RIDDEN HUNTER – over 14.2hh and up to 15.2hh inclusive
*49 RIDDEN HUNTER – over 15.2hh and up to 16.2hh inclusive
*50 RIDDEN HUNTER – over 16.2hh

CHAMPIONSHIP: 1st and 2nd prize winners from classes 48 to 50 Winner to be awarded The DAVID W S HAMPSHIRE TROPHY.

IN HAND HUNTER

Side A
To commence approx. 11am
Judge: Mrs L Towler, Mrs H Hulme & Mrs J Norrey

51 BROOD MARE with foal at foot
52 FOAL (Progeny of mare in previous class)
53 YOUNG STOCK 1/2/3 years old, may split if sufficient entries

Rosettes to the highest placed yearling and 2 year old

CHAMPIONSHIP – 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 51 to 53
Winner to be awarded the LOFTHOUSE CUP

SENIOR HORSE AND PONY SHOWING

Side B
To commence approx. 11am
Judge: Mr G Steeden, Bury

This section is a first round qualifier for the Anthony Evans SSADL Home Produced Senior Showing Series with the final held at Olympia. No Spurs, No Galloping, No face/body jewellery. No foals. Min handler age 9 years. Ridden/In hand Stallions competitors 16 years and over. For further details see www.seniorshowinganddressage.co.uk before entering. Open to non-members.

In Hand Classes
60 PRE-SENIOR 15-18 years horse or pony
61 SENIOR 19-23 years horse or pony
62 SENIOR PLUS 24 years and over, horse or pony
Ridden Classes
*63 PRE- SENIOR 15-18 years horse or pony
*64 SENIOR 19-23 years horse or pony
*65 SENIOR PLUS 24 years and over, horse or pony

Classes 60-65 Qualify for the CHAPS (UK) Championships see www.chapsuk.com for details

WORLD BREEDS

To commence approx 2.30am
Judge: Mr G Steeden, Bury

The following classes are for any Breed of Horse or Pony not originally native to the UK

Please state the Breed on the entry form

In Hand classes
54 PUREBRED YOUNGSTOCK 1/2/3 years old
Rosettes to the highest placed yearling and 2 year olds
55 PUREBRED 4 years old and over The Ringparts Trophy for the highest placed Arab
56 PARTBRED Any Age
Ridden Classes
*57 RIDDEN PUREBRED 4 years old & over, rider any age.
The Fred Kitson Trophy for the highest placed Arab
*58 RIDDEN PARTBRED 4 years old & over, rider any age

RING FIVE

TRAINING STAKES

To commence approx 8.30am
Judge: Ms D Jackson & Miss C Oldroyd, Wakefield

Classes 66 to 68 to complete only the jumping element and will be judged on style and manners whilst jumping, not conformation. Open to horses and ponies, Rider any age

66 TRAINING STAKES. Height of fences 1’6”
67 TRAINING STAKES. Height of fences 2’0”
68 TRAINING STAKES. Height of fences 2’6”

WORKING HUNTER PONIES

To commence approx 10am
Judge: Ms D Jackson & Miss C Oldroyd, Wakefield

*69 BEGINNERS WORKING HUNTER PONY not exceeding 14.2hh, Rider any age. Fences not exceeding 2’.
*70 NOVICE WORKING HUNTER PONY not exceeding 14.2hh, Rider any age. Combination not to have won a 1st in any Working Hunter Pony Class. Fences not exceeding 2’6”
Winner awarded the Miss P Pattinson Trophy
*71 OPEN WORKING HUNTER PONY not exceeding 14.2hh, Rider any age Fences not exceeding 3’. Winner awarded the Churchfield Trophy
*72 MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND WORKING HUNTER PONY Rider any age, Fences not exceeding 2’6” Winner awarded The P S Hampshire Shield

WORKING HUNTER HORSES

To commence approx 1.30pm
Judge: Mrs L Towler, Mrs H Hulme & Mrs J Norrey

*73 NOVICE WORKING HUNTER over 14.2hh. Fences not to exceed 2’9”, horse not to have won £20, in Working Hunter or Show Jumping classes.
Winner to receive The Yorkshire Equine Trophy
*74 OPEN WORKING HUNTER – Horse to exceed 148cm (14.2hh) up to 15.2hh. Rider to be 16 years or over on Show day.
Winner to receive The Samantha Arnold Shield.
*75 OPEN WORKING HUNTER – Horse to exceed 15.2hh, rider to be 16 yrs or over.

Judging for classes 73, 74 & 75 will be 50% jumping, 50% conformation and manners.

Freedom of jumping and style of rider while jumping to be taken into account. Winner to receive The Churchfield Shield presented by Mr & Mrs P Dixon

CHAMPIONSHIP – 1st & 2nd prize-winners from classes 73 to 75 Winner awarded The J B Hampshire Memorial Trophy. The Rockwood Rose Bowl presented to The Rockwood Harriers Hunt member with the highest marks in classes 73, 74 & 75

MOUNTED FANCY DRESS
To commence at approx 2PM
Entry fee; £1 Prizes; Rosettes
Judge: TBC

76 MOUNTED FANCY DRESS Winner awarded th Emley Moor R D A Trophy.

Open to any age, individuals or groups. Traditional, Humorous or Topical. Current BSI riding hats MUST be worn. Competitors to collect by the Horse Secretary’s tent at 1.45pm

RING SIX

SHOW JUMPING

To commence at 9.30 am
Course builder: Mr R Walker Judges Mr K Watson & Miss T Leesley
Gate Steward Mrs K Bostock
Entries close Saturday 27th July 2019
Late entries £3 surcharge per class
9:30 CLEAR ROUND last entry taken 10:15
Entry fee £5
10:30 Start

77 60 cm Senior and Junior for novices not to have won 3 1sts 60cm. Single phase.
Class will be split into horse and pony if more than 20 starters and 2 sets of price money will be awarded Prize money 1st £15 2nd £12 3rd £8
Entry fee £8
78 Junior 70cm qualifier for Penistone show Saturday 14th September. Unaffiliated/Club
Prize money 1st £15 2nd £12 3rd £8
Entry fee £8
79 Senior 70cm qualifier for Penistone show Saturday 14th September. Unaffiliated/Club
Prize money 1st £15 2nd £12 3rd £8
Entry fee £8
80 Junior 80cm qualifier for Penistone show Saturday 14th September. Unaffiliated/Club
Prize money 1st £15 2nd £12 3rd £8
Entry fee £8
81 Senior 80cm qualifier for Penistone show Saturday 14th September. Unaffiliated/Club
Prize money 1st £15 2nd £12 3rd £8
Entry fee £8
82 Junior 90cm Single phase Unaffiliated/Club
Prize money 1st £15 2nd £12 3rd £8
Entry fee £8
83 Senior 90cm Single phase Unaffiliated/Club
Prize money 1st £15 2nd £12 3rd £8
Entry fee £8

PASSPORTS will be randomly checked and Flu Vaccines Must be up to date.

In the event of insufficient entries lower prizes may be withheld. Rule – 76.6 Open to nonregistered or British Showjumping Club competitors on horses and ponies. Junior riders should be turning 16 years old or younger in the current year. Stallions are not permitted to jump in any Club classes. Qualifying period: 1st July 2018 to 30th August 2019

Numbers to qualify: The Top 20 from each of the four height category league tables, will qualify for the National Club Championships held at the British Showjumping National Championships.

Club registered horse (or pony)/rider combinations are eligible to qualify and in more than one height category.

Points 1st = 12, 2nd = 10, 3rd = 8, 4th = 6, 5th = 4, 6th = 3. Double Clear Points = 3. Points are allocated depending on the number of starters; every one in five registered starters is eligible for points.

If you gain a double clear you will receive three points regardless of starters. If a combination competes in more than two consecutive height classes per show day only the points from the bigger classes will be graded.