SHOWJUMPING SCHEDULE 2018
All classes are run under British Riding Club rules.
Start Time: 10 am on SJ only dates, 10.30 am on CT dates.
10 am – CLEAR ROUNDS (X-poles)
1 – Lead Rein – X-poles – Murray Crawford, Farrier
2 – Let Loose – X-poles – Elaine Ramsay Rosettes
3 – 40 cm – Ponies – Whiteleys Livery
4 – 40 cm – Horses – GG-EDT
5 – Starter Stakes – Pony – 50 cm – Mole Control
6 – Starter Stakes – Horse – 50 cm – Papa Rab’s Restaurant
7 – Pre Beginner Pony – 60 cm – Torbet Plant Hire
8 – Pre Beginner Horse – 60 cm – NFU Mutual Stranraer
9 – Beginner Pony – 70 cm – Montpelier Professional (Galloway) Ltd
10 – Beginner Horse – 70 cm – WBS Signs
11 – Novice Pony – 80 cm – Academy Vet Centre
12 – Novice Horse – 80 cm – Digital 26
13 – Small Intermediate Pony – 90 cm – The Hansen Company
14 – Small Intermediate Horse – 90 cm – Daniel Makinson Photography
15 – Intermediate Pony – 1 m – Murray Farmcare
16 – Intermediate Horse – 1 m – Jet Set Saddlery & Countrywear
17 – Open – Ponies & Horses – 1.05 / 1.10 m Terally Equestrian Centre
All riders must be members of a Riding Club, Pony Club, BHS Gold members or hold their own Public Liability insurance.
It is the rider’s responsibility to ensure they are wearing hats (and body protectors, if worn) to the correct standard.
More information on hat standards available at: www.brcarea1.co.uk/reference
Let Loose. For combinations coming off lead rein. Assistant allowed in ring to give verbal assistance only – no leading.
ENTRY FEES: Members Non Members
Clear Round £3 £3
Classes £5 £7
Plus £1 per combination per event towards ground maintenance.
No entries can be taken once the class has started.
Competitors may enter three consecutive classes.
All classes run two phase, with the exception of the Lead Rein class, which is one round timed.
Clear round limited to one entry per combination, although if time permitting a second clear round may be possible.
Horse / Pony and Rider combinations which have any BS Winnings (other than notional prize money gained in 70 cm and 80 cm classes held at BS Intro shows) may only compete in classes 15, 16, or 17. Combinations with BS Winnings of more than £175 (Horses) and £400 (Ponies) may only enter class 17.
Any horse/rider combination that has won four firsts in the same class (50 cm, 60 cm or 70 cm) during the current and preceding season, which has four or more entries in the class, must move up to the next height class.
Only one horse/pony and rider combination may compete in the same class. Another rider may compete later in the class HC. Lead Rein Class and Let Loose only – up to 3 riders may compete on the same pony.
Dress code as per British Riding Club rules. At Club Showjumping competitions Smart Riding / Show Jackets or Tweed Jackets are permitted, along with S&DRC sweatshirt or jacket. BS (British Showjumping) jackets and hoodies are not permitted.
Spurs not to be worn by Junior members unless the Club’s pro forma is completed by a qualified instructor or accredited coach and submitted to the Secretary.
Summer Points League will again run this year, over all showjumping dates – including Combined Training competitions. Points League Trophies will be presented for each individual show jumping class at the Club’s Annual General Meeting at the end of the season.
Points: 1st = 6 2nd = 5 3rd = 4 4th = 3 5th = 2 6th = 1