HORSES Penistone Agricultural Show

Entries for 2022 have now closed. Thank you to all entrants. We look forward to seeing everyone at the show!

SECTION SECRETARY

Mrs Patricia Alsop

horse.secretary@penistoneshow.com

General
Closing date:

ENTRIES CLOSE – FRIDAY 26th AUGUST 2022.

ALL ENTRIES FOR THE SHIRE HORSE SECTION CLOSE 12th AUGUST 2022

ALL exhibitors will be emailed an e-ticket for entry to the show

Entry pass allocation – 1 Horse/Pony = 2 passes,  subsequent horse/pony = 1 pass

Class times: The timetable in the schedule is approximate and although the organisers will make every effort to maintain the timetable, The Committee reserves the right to make any alterations as it sees fit.  The Committee reserves the right to limit class sizes if necessary
Sponsors: See individual sections for details of all our many generous sponsors
Information & Guidance

ENTRY PASS ALLOCATION – 1 Horse/Pony = 2 passes, subsequent horse/pony = 1 pass

(All to be entered on the same entry form)

 

CHAPS SHOW No. 22-085   /    Traditional Gypsy Cob Association Affiliation No: 22/1009/STQ

NO HORSE BOXES WILL BE ALLOWED ACCESS ONTO THE SHOW GROUND BEFORE 7.00am

Due to limited parking facilities ALL box drivers are obliged to co-operate with the parking stewards.

The Committee reserves the right to refuse entry to those who do not co-operate.

Shire Horse Box parking in reserved areas.

 

ALL EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE

ALL EQUINES MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A LEGAL AND CURRENTLY VALID PASSPORT.

 

EQUINE FLU –  All equines attending Penistone Agricultural Show must have been vaccinated for Equine Influenza.

The requirement for the first 3 vaccinations is as follows:

First 2 vaccinations 21 – 92 days apart;

Third booster between 150 – 215 days;

Annual booster vaccination within 365 days thereafter.

Horses/Ponies must have been vaccinated 6 months before the show but not less than 7 days of arriving at the show.

No equine should enter competitions within 7 days of an El vaccination.

Foals should commence vaccinations at 6 months old.

All owners are urged to adhere to strict biosecurity protocols at all times.

Please have vaccination certificates and passports available for random checks on the showground.

If any horse/pony’s health raises cause for concern, the show Vet will be asked to examine the animal and their decision will be final.  Please DO NOT leave your horse/pony unattended whilst tethered to your box.  Unaccompanied competitors must provide the Horse Section Secretary with a contact telephone number in case of an emergency. 

 

ENTRY FEES –   £7.00  (unless otherwise stated).

PRIZE MONEY –  1st – £15,  2nd – £10,  3rd – £7.00  Rosettes to 4th place.  (unless otherwise stated) All prize  money will be paid by BACs – their will be no cash prizes.  Bank detail forms will be provided on Show Day. THE CLOSING DATE for payment of prize money is 30th September 2022

Judging will begin at 8am  The timetable in the schedule is approximate and although the organisers will make every effort to maintain the timetable, The Committee reserves the right to make any alterations as it sees fit.  The Committee reserves the right to limit class sizes if necessary.

CLASS ATTENDANCEIT IS THE EXHIBITORS RESPONSIBILITY TO PRESENT THEIR EXHIBIT (S) ON TIME FOR CLASSES.

All stallions must be shown correctly bitted.

Children under 14 years old may not show colts (with the exception of foals) or stallions in In-Hand classes.

Children under 12 years old may not show Stallions in Ridden Classes.

 

PROTECTIVE HEAD GEAR

ALL riders of horses, ponies or donkeys (including Judges) anywhere on the Showground are now required to wear head protection (hard hat) according to the current standards for head protection for equestrian activities: All PAS015, VG1, ASTM F1163-04a onwards: Snell E2001, Snell E2016, AS/NZS 3838 2006 onwards.

Helmets must be worn with chin straps correctly and securely fastened at all times whilst mounted.

This applies to all ridden competitors, demonstrations and whilst exercising within the Showground & Parking areas.

 

EQUINE WELFARE – it is of paramount importance that all riders should be an appropriate size and weight for the horse/pony being ridden (within the showground).

The Society reserves the right to take further action against any competitor whose size or weight compromises the welfare of the horse/pony being ridden; this would be based on the recommendations of the on-site veterinary.

ALL RIDERS/ HANDLERS MUST DISPLAY THEIR ANIMAL’S COMPETITOR NUMBER AT ALL TIMES WHEN EITHER RIDING OR LEADING THEIR ANIMAL ANYWHERE ON THE SHOWGROUND.

RoR Open In Hand Retrained Racehorse
Judge: Mr W. Burnell, North Yorkshire
Entry Fee: £10.00
Prize(s):

1st : £30 (plus ROR Prize)

2nd : £20

3rd : £10

Rosette’s to 4th Place

RoR prizes will not be awared to RoR qualifiers with numbers forward of two or less, however qualification for the final will stand.

Judging: 8.00 am Ring 1

Classes

1 – Tattersalls RoR OPEN In Hand Show Series Qualifier
Information & Guidance

SPONSORED BY TATTERSALLS

Open to all RoR and NR Competition registered horses, 3yrs and over, fillies, mares and geldings.

Blemishes caused through racing will be ignored. Horses do not need to be shod to compete in the RoR Open-In-Hand class. Horses can be shown in a bitless/In-Hand Bridle.

All those entering horses and/or participating in the show agree to be bound by the Retraining of Racehorse Rules and Regulations from time to time in force.

This class is a qualifier for the RoR OPEN in Hand Showing.

Ridden Hunters
Judge:

Ride Judge: Mr J. Cookson, Cheshire

Conformation Judge: Ms R. Ho, Halifax

Entry Fee: £7.00
Prize(s):

1st : £15  2nd : £10  3rd : £7

 

Judging: 9.00 am Ring 1

Classes

2 – Lightweight Hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years and over, capable of carrying up to 12.7 stone
3 – Middleweight Hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years and over, capable of carrying 12.7 stone but not 14 stone
4 – Heavyweight Hunter, mare or gelding, 4 years and over capable of carrying 14 stone and over
Information & Guidance

The Ridden Hunter Classes are affiliated to the Equifest Ridden Hunters qualifiers. The two highest exhibits not already qualified in each class will qualify for Equifest 2022.

Championship for 1st & 2nd Prize Winners from Classes 2 – 4   to compete for the Polly Coles Trophy.

The Ben Goldthorpe Perpetual Memorial Trophy will be awarded to the highest placed Local Rider in classes 2 – 4  who must reside within 5 miles of Penistone Church.

RoR Amateur Ridden Show Series Qualifier 2022
Judge: Mr W. Burnell, North Yorkshire
Entry Fee: £10.00
Prize(s):

1st : £30 (plus ROR Gift)

2nd : £20

3rd : £10

Rosettes to 4th Place

RoR prizes will not be awarded to RoR qualifiers with numbers forward of two or less, however qualification will still stand.

Judging: 10.15 am Ring 1

Classes

5 – Tattersalls RoR Amateur Ridden Show Series Qualifier
Information & Guidance

SPONSORED BY TATTERSALLS

Open to all RoR and NR competition registered horses, 4yrs and over, mares and geldings, owned, produced and ridden by an Amateur. Riders must be 15 years or over on the 1st January 2022. Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, Pelham or simple double bridle with a plain cavesson noseband. Horses should be plaited.

The Series is open to AMATEURS only – those employed in racing will be allowed to compete. Class will be judged under ‘riding horse’ format without ‘type’ being taken into consideration.

Racing injuries and blemishes ARE IGNORED in this series.

This class is a qualifier for the Tattersalls RoR Amateur Ridden Show Series Final.

The Judge will not ride at the qualifiers.

The first three go forward to the final to be held at the Hickstead Derby Meeting, June 2023

 

Amateur definition:

The rules are as in the rulebook with the following addition that an amateur may not show a horse owned or sponsored by a company or commercial firm. In addition a person classed as amateur must not be supported by a company in anyway or act as a brand ambassador whether financially or in-kind. An amateur is a person who for the purpose of RoR classes does not/has not during the current season or previous season:

Engage(d) in breeding, livery, buying or selling, dealing or hiring horses in a commercial capacity.

Horses must not have been stabled at or reside in a Professional Producer’s/Trainers yard from January 1st 2022.

Riders must not have ridden any animals produced be a  Professional/Trainer in the current or previous season.

Horses & riders must not receive any help from a Professional Producer/Trainer at a SHOW in the current season.

A rider who has ridden for a Professional / Producer Trainer in the current or previous season must not have ridden horses at a show.

 

Any breaches of this rule will be taken seriously and will result in disqualification from future classes.

Shire Horse Classes
Judge:

Mr N. P. Blakey, Lincolnshire

Probationary Judge: Mr E. Jones, Gwynedd.

Ride Judge:   Mr J. Cookson, Cheshire

Entry Fee:

£14.00 per class (this entitles all exhibitors to prize money and trophies from both Societies – Penistone Agricultural Society and South West Yorkshire Shire Horse Hiring Society)

Class 14 – THE HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW CONTRIBUTION FOR 2022 IS £16.00 PER ENTRY.

 

Prize(s): (see Information & Guidance)
Judging: 11.30pm Ring 1

Classes

6 – Barren Mare or Gelding, three years or over
7 – Brood Mare with own foal at foot
8 – Colt Foal
9 – Filly Foal

10 – Yearling Colt, Filly or Gelding

11 – 2 Year Old Filly or Gelding
12 – 2 year old & over Colt or Stallion
13 – Pair in Hand

14 – SHIRE HORSE OF THE YEAR SUPPORTED BY THE SHIRE HORSE SOCIETY QUALIFYING CLASS

15 – Young Handlers Class

16 – Any other Recognised Heavy Horse Breed
17 – British Ridden Heavy Horse Society Kilmannan Championship Equifest Qualifier – Ride Judge: Mr J. Cookson, Cheshire.
Information & Guidance

IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT PENISTONE AGRICULTURAL SHOW WELCOMES THE SOUTH WEST YORKSHIRE SHIRE HORSE HIRING SOCIETY MEMBERS IN AMALGAMATING THE SHIRE HORSE CLASSES AT THIS YEARS SHOW

THE HORSE OF THE YEAR SHOW CONTRIBUTION FOR 2022 IS £16.00 PER ENTRY.

The Shire Horse Society offers a Spoon & Rosette for the Best Mare or Filly & a Spoon & Rosette for the Best Stallion – subject to the Shire Horse Society Special Conditions of Offer.

ALL ENTRIES FOR THE SHIRE HORSE SECTION CLOSE 12th AUGUST 2022

ENTRIES MUST BE MADE ON-LINE

HORSE OF THE YEAR – 2022  QUALIFIER CLASS

Would all competitors wishing to enter the above class please see Class 14 for all the Rules & Regulations.

 Affiliated to the Shire Horse Society

** Classes 6 to 17 are all sponsored by – The Durrans Family **

ALL EXHIBITORS MUST PARADE IN THE GRAND PARADE

FAILURE TO PARADE WILL FORFEIT PRIZE MONEY

Decorated Harness Class
Judge:

Mr N. P. Blakey, Lincolnshire

Probationary Judge: Me E. Jones, Gwynedd

Entry Fee: £14.00 as for the Shire Classes previously listed
Prize(s): (see Information & Guidance)
Judging: 2:30 pm Ring 1A

Classes

18 – Best Decorated Harness (Patent Leather is not permitted)
Information & Guidance

Appearance money will be limited to £100 (£50 given by Penistone Agricultural Society & £50 given by The South West Yorkshire Shire Horse Hiring Society) per exhibitor in the Decorated Harness Class Only.

PLEASE COLLECT CARD TO AUTHORISE PAYMENT OF APPEARANCE MONEY FROM HORSE SECTION SECRETARY.

Class: 18: Best Decorated Harness

PAS

1st £30    2nd £25    3rd £20    4th £15

Kindly Sponsored by The Durrans Family

SWYSHHS

1st £30    2nd £25    3rd £20    4th £15

Kindly Sponsored by Earnshaw’s Fencing of Wakefield

The South Yorkshire Home Improvements Salver.

The National Horse Brass Society are kindly awarding a Special Rosette and Horse Brass in celebration of The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022 to be presented to the Class Winner.

Shetlands
Judge: Mrs G. Cowell, Staffordshire
Entry Fee: £7:00
Prize(s): 1st – £15,  2nd – £10,  3rd – £7.00
Judging: 11:30 am Ring: 1B

Classes

19 – Standard – Entire male aged 4 years old and over
20 – Standard – Mare or Gelding 4 years old & over.
21 – Standard – Foal bred 2022 Shown with or without mare.
22 – Standard – 1,2 or 3yr old colt, filly or gelding (class may be split if enough entries)
23 – Standard Shetland – any age, any colour – BUT NOT BLACK
24 – Ridden Class – OPEN TO BOTH STANDARD & MINIATURE SHETLANDS – Mare, Gelding or Stallion – 4yrs & Over.   Class will be split.
25 – Miniature Shetland – Entire Male aged 4 years and over.
26 – Miniature Shetland – Mare or Gelding 4yrs & Over
27 – Miniature Shetland – Foal bred 2022 Shown with or without mare.
28 – Miniature Shetland – 1, 2 or 3yr old colt, filly or gelding. ( Class may be split if enough entries)
29 – Miniature Shetland – any age, any colour – BUT NOT BLACK
30 – Young Handler Class – For both Standard & Miniature Shetlands – Handler not to have attained their 16th Birthday on the day of the Show.
Information & Guidance

Shetland Stud Book Society Rosettes will be awarded for both Standard & Miniature Champion & Reserve, Best Foal, Best Open Ridden, Best Lead Rein, Best Gelding, Young Handler.

Classes must be confined to SPS-BS registered Ponies.  Ponies MUST BE NAMED on the entry form.   Society Rosettes must only be given to ponies registered with the Society or to foals eligible for Registration. Three year old fillies with foals at foot may not be shown.  All foals must be a minimum of three weeks old on the day of the show. In  order to enter a Stallion Class at an affiliated show, Entire males aged 4yrs old and over must have an “S” number and have been successfully through either the SPS-BS stallion assessment prior to 2006 or the current SPSBS voluntary veterinary examination   Ridden stallions MUST display a stallion bridle badge.  In Hand entire males 2 years  & over are advised to display a stallion bridle badge. There must be no colts or entire males in the Young Handlers class.

Children under 14 years old may not show colts (excluding foals) or entire males in In-Hand classes.  Children under 12 years old 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 or 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. Ridden and driven ponies must be 4 years old or over. In Ridden Classes, if a rider falls off at any time whilst in the ring, both pony and rider must leave the ring, rider dismounted, and take no further part.

Class 21: Foal bred 2022 Shown with or without mare. Winning Foal to compete with the winner from Class 27. The Peter Robinson Trophy will be presented to the Best Shetland Foal.

Class 27: Foal bred 2022 Shown with or without mare. The winning Foal to compete with the winner from Class 21. The Peter Robinson Trophy will be presented to the Best Shetland Foal

IN HAND SHETLANDS MAY ALSO COMPETE IN THE IN HAND MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND CLASSES 38 – 41  HELD IN RING 2A  

RIDDEN SHETLANDS MAY ALSO COMPETE IN THE RIDDEN MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND – CLASS 44 IN  RING  2A

The winner of Class 30 will be presented with a Plaque kindly presented in memory of Barbara Judge.

Championship for 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 19 – 30 to compete for The Fendale Trophy

Shetlands – Class 20: The Horse Trust has a special award which will be presented to the Shetland pony entered in Class 20 deemed by our Vet to be in The Healthiest Body Condition.

Mounted Fancy Dress
Judge: Mr & Mrs C. Crossland, Huddersfield
Entry Fee: £1:00
Prize(s): 1st  £5    2nd  £4    3rd  £3    4th  £2    5th  £1
Judging: 2:30 pm Ring: 1B

Classes

31 – Mounted Fancy Dress, Open to any age.  Themes – Traditional, Topical or humorous, Individual or Groups.
Information & Guidance

Current BSI and European Standard Riding Hats AS LISTED PREVIOUSLY MUST BE WORN with chin straps correctly and securely fitted.

Rosettes presented to all competitors.

Side Saddle
Judge: Miss D. Parker, Nottinghamshire
Entry Fee: £7
Prize(s): 1st – £15,  2nd – £10,  3rd – £7.00
Judging: 3.30 pm   Ring 1B

Classes

32 – Side Saddle Equitation CHAMPIONSHIP Open Qualifying Class – Open to Adults & Juniors – kindly sponsored by Penistone Tyres Ltd
33 – Best Horse or Pony Ridden Side Saddle
Information & Guidance

ALL COMPETITORS MUST WEAR HEAD PROTECTION (HARD HAT) THAT CONFORMS TO THE REVISED STANDARDS FOR HEAD PROTECTION FOR EQUESTRIAN ACTIVITIES – Please see Penistone Agricultural Show  Regulations and Information.

 

Class 32Side Saddle Equitation CHAMPIONSHIP Open Qualifying ClassOpen to Adults & Juniors

Run under SSA Rules defined in the current Members’ Handbook.  Open to SSA Members and Non-Members.  Members carrying their current Championship Points Cards are eligible for SSA rosettes to 3rd Adult and 3rd Junior places and SSA Championship Points.  Southernden  Farm offers a rosette to the highest placed Member aged under 14 on 1st January of the current year. A rosette in memory of The Late Mr R. Philpot is offered to the Adult Member  and Manor Grange Stud Show Centre to the Junior Member judged to be the best turned out. Competitors must wear a hat to current Safety Standard or above.

 

Class 33:   BEST HORSE or PONY RIDDEN SIDE SADDLE

Open to horses and ponies 4 years old or over: conformation & manners will be taken into consideration; horses/ponies will not be stripped. A Special rosette will be awarded to the highest placed Adult and Junior Members of the SSA carrying their current Championship Points Cards. Competitors must wear a hat to current Safety Standard or above.

The Highest placed coloured exhibit ridden by a competitor aged 16rs or over (who has not already qualified) receives a Special Rosette and qualifies for the Side Saddle Final at the CHAPS Championship Show. Open to any type of exhibit. Riders/Owners need not be a member or their exhibit registered with CHAPS at the time of qualification, but in order to compete at the Championships, the Rider/Owner must be a showing member and their horse/pony registered with CHAPS before entering the final. Lead Rein competitors are eligible for this class. Leaders must be correctly dressed.

The highest placed Rider in Classes 32 & 33 not exceeding 16 yrs old on the day of the show, will be awarded a plaque, kindly presented in memory of Barbara Judge

In Hand Mountain & Moorland
Judge: Mrs S. Dinsdale, Yorkshire
Entry Fee: £7.00
Prize(s): 1st : £15  2nd : £10  3rd : £7
Judging: 8:30 am Ring 2A

Classes

Large Breed – Connemara, Dales, Fell, Highland, New Forest, Welsh Section C & D

34 – Large Breed – Young StockYearling Colt, Filly or Gelding & 2yr & 3yr old Filly or Gelding
35 – Large Breed – Stallion or Colt 2 years and over (if sufficient entries, the class may be split into 2 & 3yr old Colts and Stallions 4yrs & over)
36 – Large Breed – Barren Mare, Brood Mare & Gelding 4yrs & over.
37 – Large Breed – Foal bred in 2022 – with or without Mare
Small Breed – Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh Sections A & B.
38 – Small Breed – Young StockYearling Colt, Filly or Gelding & 2 & 3yr old Filly or Gelding
39 – Small Breed – Stallion or colt 2 years and over (if sufficient entries, the class may be split into 2 & 3yr old colts and Stallions 4yrs & over)
40 – Small Breed – Barren Mare, Brood Mare & Gelding 4yrs & over
41 – Small Breed – Foal bred in 2022 – with or without Mare
Information & Guidance

Classes 34 – 41 are all affiliated with Equifest. The two highest placed exhibits not already qualified, will qualify for the Spillers/Equifest Mountain & Moorland In Hand Equifest Championship to be held at the East of England Showground in August 2023.

The Equifest Qualifier – Open to In-Hand Mountain & Moorland ponies registered with their respective Pure Bred Societies of Connemara, Dales, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Fell, Highland, New Forest,

Shetland, Welsh A, B, C and D.  Stallion, mare, colt, filly or gelding, any age.  This class may be divided as appropriate.

The Fell Pony Society will award a Special Breed Rosette to The Best Fell Pony in Classes 34 – 37. Owners of winning ponies to be members of the FPS.  Membership cards to be produced in the ring.

COMPETITORS PLEASE NOTEThe following classes – 34, 35, 38, 39 may be split into Welsh only and other Native Breeds if sufficient entries are received. The Judge will make the final decision.

Championship for 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 34 to 41 compete for The Sabu Trophy.

The George Bashforth Trophy will be presented to the Best Dales or Fell Pony from Classes 34-37.

Ridden Mountain & Moorland
Judge: Mrs E. Lewis, Lincolnshire
Entry Fee: £7.00
Prize(s): 1st : £15   2nd : £10   3rd : £7
Judging: 10:30am   Ring: 2A

Classes

(See Information & Guidance for entry rules)

42 – The Baybutt Family Mountain & Moorland/Equifes Lead Rein – Mare or Gelding 4 years & over, not exceeding 128cm
43 – Equifest 1st Ridden – Mare or Gelding 4 years & over, not exceeding 128cm
44 – Open Small Breeds, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Shetland, Welsh A & B, 4 years & over. Rider any age.
45 – Open Large Breeds, Connemara, New Forest, Welsh C&D, 4 years & over. Rider any age.
46 – Open Large Breeds, Dales, Fell & Highland, 4 years & over. Rider any age.
Information & Guidance

The Ridden Mountain & Moorland classes 42 – 46 are all Affiliated with Equifest. The two highest placed exhibits, in each class, not already qualified will qualify for the relevant Equifest Championship to be held at the East of England Showground in August 2023.

Lead Rein & First Ridden classes Open to Mountain & Moorland ponies registered with their respective Pure Bred Societies of Dartmoor, Exmoor, New Forest, Shetland and Welsh A & B.

EQUIFEST OPEN RIDDEN MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND.

Open to Mountain & Moorland ponies registered with their respective Pure Bred Societies of Connemara, Dales, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Fell, Highland, New Forest, Shetland, Welsh A, B, C, & D. Stallion  Mare or Gelding.

The Fell Pony Society will award a Special Breed Rosette to the Best Fell Pony in Class 46.  Owners of the winning pony to be a member of the FPS.  Membership cards to be produced in the ring.  Non-registered Fell ponies may also enter this class.

Class 42: Cavernoma Alliance UK/Equifest Lead Rein – Mare or Gelding 4 years & over, not exceeding 128cms. Riders not to have attained their 9th birthday before 1st January 2022. To be led by an attendant and shown in a snaffle bridle, the lead rein to be attached to the noseband only. The winner of class 42 will be presented with a Plaque kindly presented in memory of Barbara Judge.

Class 43: Equifest 1st Ridden – Mare or Gelding 4 years & over, not exceeding 128cm. Riders not to have attained their 12th Birthday before 1st January 2022. To be shown in a suitable bridle. The Ben Goldthorpe Trophy will be presented to the highest placed local pony and rider (i.e. within 5 miles of Penistone Church).  The winner of class 43 will be presented with a Plaque presented in memory of Barbara Judge. Kindly sponsored by London & Country Surveyors Limited.

Riders of small breed stallions to have attained their 12th birthday by Show day.  Riders of large breed stallions to have attained their 14th birthday by Show day.

Championship for 1st & 2nd Prize Winners from classes  42 –46 to compete for The Beachcomber Trophy

Ridden Mountain & Moorland – Class 46: The Horse Trust has a special award which will be presented to the Mountain & Moorland pony entered in Class 46  deemed by our Vet to be in The Healthiest Body Condition.

Equitation Class
Judge: Mr G. Steeden, Lancashire
Entry Fee: £7.00
Prize(s): 1st  £15   2nd  £10   3rd £7
Judging: 8.30am Ring: 2B

Classes

47 – EQUITATION – for riders 18 years and over.
48 – EQUITATION – Leading Rein – (Rosettes to all competitors) Rider NOT able to enter Class 49.
49 – EQUITATION – riders 13 years & under.
50 – EQUITATION – riders 14-17 years.
Information & Guidance

The winners of Classes 48 – 50 to compete for the The Coldwell Trophy presented to the Champion Children’s Riding Pony.

The Penistone District Riding Club Trophy will be presented to the highest placed local pony & rider who must both reside within 5 miles of Penistone Church from Classes 48 – 50 .

The winners of Class 48 – 50 will be presented with a Plaque kindly presented in memory of Barbara Judge.

Class 47: EQUITATION – for riders 18 years and over. The GT Smith Trophy will be presented to the winner. The Brocol Distribution Trophy will be presented to the highest placed local horse and rider who must both reside within 5 miles of Penistone Church.

Coloured Horse & Pony Chaps Show No. 22-085
Judge: Mr J. McTiffin, Yorkshire
Entry Fee: £7.00
Prize(s): 1st : £15   2nd : £10   3rd : £7
Judging: 10.00am    Ring 2B

Classes

51 – CHAPS(UK) Open Young stock Qualifier, 1, 2 or 3 year olds; no foals.
52 – CHAPS(UK) Native/Cob/Traditional Ridden Horse Qualifier, exc 148cm (14.2hh).
53 – CHAPS(UK) Native/Cob/Traditional Ridden Pony Qualifier, not exc 148cm (14.2hh).
54 – CHAPS(UK) Non-Native Ridden Horse Qualifier, exc 153cm (15hh).
55 – CHAPS (UK) Non-Native Ridden Pony Qualifier, not exc 153cms (15hh)
56 – CHAPS(UK) Native/Cob/Traditional Open In-Hand Qualifier, any height. Any age, no foals.
57 – CHAPS(UK) Non-Native Open In-Hand Qualifier, any height. Any age, no foals.
Information & Guidance

This Show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK). Affiliation No. 22-085 Both owner and the 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 Owner and Rider/Exhibitor need to be a current showing member and have a valid Qualifier Card.

This Show is a Qualifier for the 2023 CHAPS (UK) Championship Show – 10th to 12th August 2023. PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE YOUR 2023 QUALIFIER CARD WITH YOU. APPLICATION FOR THE 2023 QUALIFIER CARD WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM EARLY AUGUST 2022.  The following classes will count as CHAPS(UK) 2023 Qualifiers 51 – 57.  For full rulings and information on competition/qualification, please refer to the CHAPS (UK) Members’ Handbook; or visit www.chapsuk.com for rulings. Only Skewbalds / Piebalds may compete these classes.

All stallions 4yrs & over entering these classes must be graded with CHAPS (UK). All stallions must wear Stallion ID discs in the ring without exception.

Qualification Cards – please note, it is important that, whilst Covid restrictions are applicable, competitors are responsible for completing their own qualification cards for relevant qualifications only. There is a NO CONTACT policy in place between competitors, judges and stewards.

It is the responsibility of the exhibitor to obtain from CHAPS (UK) Admin, and to carry their Qualification Card – FOR THE 2023 CHAPS (UK) CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW. 

Classes 53 and 56 Kindly Sponsored by Penistone Tyres Limited.

Traditional Gypsy Cob - 22/1009/STQ
Judge: Mrs S. Dinsdale, Yorkshire
Entry Fee: £7
Prize(s): 1st : £15,  2nd : £10,  3rd: £7
Judging: 11.00am     Ring 2B

Classes

See Information & Guidance for entry rules

58 – Gypsy Cob – Youngstock – Open to fillies, colts and geldings aged 1, 2 and 3 years old
59 – Gypsy Cob – In Hand Senior – Open to mares, stallions and geldings aged 4 years and over
60 – Gypsy Cob – Ridden – Open to mares, stallions and geldings aged 4 years and over
Information & Guidance

Class 58:               Youngstock  – Open to fillies, colts and geldings aged 1, 2 and 3 years old – the 3 highest placed competitors qualify.

Class 59:               In Hand Senior – Open to mares, stallions and geldings aged 4 years and over. This class will be run as an Open Height class, but at the Judges discretion may be split as follows:-  Small – not to exceed 148  – the 3 highest placed competitors qualify. Large – 148cm and above –  the 3 highest placed competitors qualify.

Class 60:               Ridden – Open to mares, stallions and geldings aged 4 years and over. This class will be run as an Open Height class, but at the Judges discretion may be split as follows:-  Small – not to exceed 148cm –  the 3 highest placed competitors qualify. Large – 148cm and above –  the 3 highest placed competitors qualify.

Class 58: Youngstock  – Open to fillies, colts and geldings aged 1, 2 and 3 years old – the 3 highest placed competitors qualify.

Class 59: In Hand Senior – Open to mares, stallions and geldings aged 4 years and over. This class will be run as an Open Height class, but at the Judges discretion may be split as follows:- Small – not to exceed 148  – the 3 highest placed competitors qualify. Large – 148cm and above – the 3 highest placed competitors qualify.

Class 60: Ridden – Open to mares, stallions and geldings aged 4 years and over. This class will be run as an Open Height class, but at the Judges discretion may be split as follows:- Small – not to exceed 148cm – the 3 highest placed competitors qualify. Large – 148cm and above – the 3 highest placed competitors qualify.

TGCA Rules

No known breeding required to enter these classes

No Membership required to Enter these Classes

TGCA Breed classes are qualifiers for the Best of Breed Finals at the Traditional Gypsy Cob Association’s (TGCA) National Breed Championship Show “TOYS”.

Traditional Classes are open to all traditional gypsy cobs and are qualifiers for the Traditional Finals at ‘TOYS’.

Part Bred classes, are open to all part bred traditional gypsy cobs and are qualifiers for the part bred finals at “TOYS”. The exhibit must have one parent that is a traditional gypsy cob.

Stallions – All stallions (four years and over) in order to enter any TGCA affiliated class MUST be TGCA registered, have passed TGCA stallion evaluations and their TGCA stallion disc displayed on their bridle. Stallions and colts over the age of two, MUST be shown in a stallion bridle with a metal bit and chain lead as per the current TGCA rulebook.

Current TGCA members must present their Membership card and Qualification card to the judge in the ring for signature.

Non-members MUST receive a qualification card from the judge and have 21 days to join the TGCA and register their horse to validate the qualification. Please refer to www.tgca.co.uk for further details including membership, horse registration and showing rules (contained within the members handbook).

 

Championships

Quest for a Star Championship Inc Youngstock Quest for a Star- Traditional Gypsy Cobs

1st, 2nd and 3rd from the TGCA classes above may go forward to the Quest for a Star Championship as per below rule.

ONLY current TGCA members and horse/pony that is already TGCA registered can exhibit in this championship, if exhibit already has their Quest for a Star Qualification in particular section, they should be ask stand aside to allow members that have not yet qualified.
Membership card and Member’s qualification card (specific to that exhibit) must be presented upon entry into the ring. The Champion and Reserve qualify for the Ultimate Star Championships at TOYS.

The Greatest Gelding Award – Traditional Gypsy Cobs
The award is aimed to encourage the showing of geldings, therefore creating a market for often unwanted colt foals and enabling the creation of a network of potential performance prospects to represent the best Traditional Gypsy Cob breed in the World at the highest level.

This Award should be given to the highest placed registered Traditional Gelding.

Donkeys
Judge: Ms G. Steeden, Lancashire, Probationary Judge: Ms R. Ho
Entry Fee: £7
Prize(s): 1st : £15,  2nd : £10,  3rd: £7
Judging: 12 Noon     Ring 3

Classes

See Information & Guidance for specific entry rules

62 – BEST CONDITIONED AND TURNED OUT DONKEY – 75% condition, 25% Turnout. Conformation not to be taken into account.
63 – STALLIONS & GELDINGS, 4 yrs and over.
64 – MARE WITH OR WITHOUT FOAL AT FOOT, 4years old & over.
65 – YOUNG STOCK, Colt, Filly or Gelding, 3 years old and under.
66 – YOUNG HANDLERS, Handler to be over 3 yrs old & under 16 yrs old.
67 – RIDDEN DONKEY, 4 yrs old & over, (minimum age for rider 3 years).
61 – OPEN DRIVING – Donkeys to be 4 years & over.
Information & Guidance

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 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 donkey (foals excepted). The classes are open to all donkeys but DBS rosettes will only 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 in August, 2023 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 Championship Show.

If the Reserve Champion has also previously qualified, the Judge will select another donkey from the In Hand Championship line up as the qualifier for the DBS Annual Supreme Championship Show.

The Donkey Breed Society Best Local Donkey Rosette.  Eligible donkeys are owned by a DBS Member who lives within a 25 mile radius of the showground and we suggest that the exhibitor should wear a Blue armband ( for ease of identification). To be judged immediately following the In Hand Championship.

Class 62: BEST CONDITIONED AND TURNED OUT DONKEY – 75% condition, 25% Turnout.  Conformation not to be taken into account.

Class 63: STALLIONS & GELDINGS, 4 yrs and over.

Class 64: MARE WITH OR WITHOUT FOAL AT FOOT, 4years old & over. Brood mares to be 5 years & over with own foal at foot. Foal to be judged first & to be 6 weeks or over on Show Day

Class 65: YOUNG STOCK, Colt, Filly or Gelding, 3 years old and under

Class 66: YOUNG HANDLERS, Handler to be over 3 yrs old & under 16 yrs old. The winner will be presented with a Plaque presented in Memory of Barbara Judge.

Class 67: RIDDEN DONKEY, 4 yrs old & over, (minimum age for rider 3 years). Leading rein competitors must be led by a competent Adult (18 yrs+) and rider 8 years and under.  Lead rein must be attached to the noseband.

Class 61: 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.)

Championship for 1st & 2nd Prize winners from classes 63 – 65

Jumping
Judge: To be confirmed
Entry Fee: £10 per class – Pre-online entry only.
Prizes: 1st: £20   2nd: £15   3rd: £10
Judging: Class running times will be posted on the Show Website & Facebook a minimum of 24hrs before the show. 12.30pm – 1pm -Course Walk. (See additional details)

Classes

68 – Jumping – 60cm
69 – Jumping -70cm
70 – Jumping – 80cm
71 – Jumping – 90cm

IF TIME ALLOWS – We will run a ‘Chase me Charlie’ Jumping Competition

ENTRY FEE £10

1st Prize winner – to receive 50% of the total starters entry fees for this class.

Information & Guidance

JUMPING CLASSES

ARENA SHOW CROSS

WITH AN ELEMENT OF INTEREST INCLUDED

PLUS JOKER FENCE!

Entry Fee:  £10.00 per class. Pre online entry only

£15.00 on the day to pre-entered competitors only.

Prize Money1st  £20   2nd  £15   3rd  £10

Class Winners will be the fastest clear round with the least penalties.

4 faults per fence down, 4 faults per refusal, Third refusal – elimination

Entries close:  Monday 5th September 2022

No telephone calls after 8pm 5/9/22

NO Entries taken on show day

Class running times will be posted on the Show Web Site & Social Media a minimum of 24hrs before Show Day.

12.30pm – 1pm  Course Walk

Riding attire: Show jumping or Cross Country wear is acceptable – up to BHS current standard.

Body Protector optional – no fixed fences.

Class 68               60cm

Class 69               70cm

Class 70               80cm

Class 71               90cm

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IF TIME ALLOWS – We will run a ‘Chase me Charlie’ Jumping Competition

ENTRY FEE £10

1st Prize winner – to receive 50% of the total starters entry fees for this class.