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Friday, September 30, 2016


Show Organisers Schedule Wording

SCHEDULE WORDING FOR SENIOR COMPETITIONS

The value of the first cash prize must not exceed more than one third of the total prize fund, the last cash prize listed must not be less than the entry fee (Non Members of the venue entry fee or pre-entry fee).

As of 1st April 2016, Rule 76.3 was amended to read: ‘The value of the first cash prize must not exceed one third of the total cash prize money and must not be less than £15. An acceptable balance of prize distribution must be presented in the schedule; third prize should be no less than half of the allocated first prize scheduled’. 

As of 1st April 2016: Double Clears obtained in Newcomers competitions at Category 1 shows only will hold dual qualification for the 1.10m National Amateur Championship First Round. 

 

Senior qualifying classes

KBIS Insurance Senior British Novice Championship – First Round

Rule 316.Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase .Speed 325mpm

For registered horses in Grade C not to have won a total of 125 points to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members.

Qualifies for: KBIS Insurance British Novice Championship - Second Round.

Qualifying period yearly 1st May - 30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four KBIS Insurance British Novice First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in and attend four KBIS Insurance British Novice Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A rules (Rule 191).  Horses in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain a double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular KBIS Insurance British Novice competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. 

In Category One Shows –a 90cm Open may be run concurrently with the British Novice competition. In the event of 30 or more starters however, the class will be split and two sets of prize money will be awarded. Horses may only compete in one section.

In Category Two Shows - a 90cm Open may be run concurrently with the British Novice, two sets of prize money must always be awarded however . Horses may only compete in one section.

 

Nupafeed Supplements Discovery Championship - First Round

Rule 314. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed 325mpm

Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members.

a) For Horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 225 points. Four Double Clears will qualify - in accordance with Rule 314.6.

b) For all horses that are five years or under at the year that the final is going to be held, irrespective of points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of five years or under in the same calendar year as the Discovery Final - in accordance with Rule 314.6

Qualifies for: Nupafeed Supplements Discovery Championship Second Round.

Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those horses that jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four First Round competitions held in any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in and attend four Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Horses in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain a double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. 

In Category One Shows –a 1.00m Open may be run concurrently with the Nupafeed Supplements Discovery competition. In the event of 30 or more starters however, the class will be split and two sets of prize money will be awarded. Horses may only compete in one section. 

In Category Two Shows - a 1.00m Open may be run concurrently with the Nupafeed Supplements Discovery competition, two sets of prize money must always be awarded however . Horses may only compete in one section.

 

Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers – First Round                               

Rule 312.Table A7. Speed 325mpm.

Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members.

(a) For registered horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 375 points. Four double clears will qualify - in accordance with rule 312.6

(b) For all registered horses that are six years or under at the year that the final is going to be held, irrespective of points. Horses will be eligible for double clear qualification to attend second rounds providing they reach the age of six years or under in the same calendar year as the Senior Newcomers Final - in accordance with rule 312.6 Four double clears to qualify.         

Four double clears will qualify for the Senior Newcomers Second Rounds.               

Qualifies for: Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers Second Round.

Qualifying period 1st June - 31st May inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those horses which jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers First Round competitions in any qualifying period, will qualify to compete in a Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191).  To obtain a double clear qualification, even if the horse is the only clear round, it must jump a jump-off round and jump clear to gain a double clear round. The winner of a particular Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. (A Senior 1.10m Open may run concurrently with a Newcomers competition.  In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split and two sets of prize money awarded.  Horses may only compete in one section.)

 

National 1.15m Members Cup - Championship Qualifier

Rule 294. Table A7 or Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed: 350mpm

Open to registered horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior members who are not listed on the British Showjumping Gold League as of 31st March 2016.

Qualifies for: British Showjumping National Championships.

Qualification period: 1st June-31st May. 

Numbers to qualify: Four double clears (subject to revision). Qualification is horse/rider combination.

Shows to make their own arrangements for sponsorship

Minimum first prize £50. Maximum first prize £100.

 

Senior Foxhunter – First Round                                                       

Rule 310.Table A7.Speed: 350mpm  

Entry qualifications: to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members.

a) For Horses in Grade C that have not won a total of 700 points. Four Double Clears will qualify - in accordance with Rule 310.6.

b) For all horses that are seven years or under at the year that the final is going to be held, irrespective of points. Horses will only be eligible for double clear qualification to Second Rounds if they reach the age of seven years or under in the same calendar year as the Foxhunter Final - in accordance with Rule 310.6.

Qualifies for: The Senior Foxhunter Second Round.

Qualifying period: 1st June-31st May inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those horses that jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Senior Foxhunter First Round competitions in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money.  Horses in the class must go into the jump off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification.  The winner of a particular First Round Foxhunter competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.

 (A Senior 1.20m Open may be combined with a Foxhunter competition. In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split and two sets of prize money awarded.  Horses may only compete in one section. Alternatively a Grade C may be combined with a Foxhunter competition and one set of prize money will be awarded)

                                           
National 1.30M Open               

Rule 306. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase                                                   

Speed indoors 350mpm Outdoor Speed 375mpm.

For registered Horses, to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Two double clears to qualify.

Qualifying period: 1st July - 30 June

 
National 1.40M Open                                                                                                        

Rule 301 Table A7 or A10                                                                       

Speed indoors 350mpm Outdoor Speed 375mpm.

For registered Horses to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members. Two double clears to qualify.

Qualifying period: 1 October – 31 July

 

Dodson & Horrell 85cm National Amateur Championship Qualifier – 1st Round    

Rule 318. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed 325mpm

For registered horses to be ridden by Full, Associate or Junior Members excluding any rider listed on the British Showjumping Gold League as of 31st March 2016 (assigned for the qualifying period) and any horse/rider combination listed on the British Showjumping Silver League as of 31st March 2016 (assigned for the qualifying Period).

Riders who have ever competed as a team member of any Senior International Team (4* or 5* Nations Cup in the last 10 years, World, European Championships & Olympic Games) are not eligible. Pony Riders, Children, Juniors and Young Riders who have ever competed in Nations Cup/International Team Events and European Championships in the last five years are not eligible. (Excluding Veterans and Para Teams).

Qualifies for: 85cms National Amateur Second Rounds.

Qualifying period: 1st September-31st August inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: (For First Round competitions scheduled from 1st Sept 2016) Those horses which jump clear in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in one Dodson & Horrell 85cms National Amateur First Round competition held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in any of the Dodson & Horrell National Amateur 85cms Second Round competitions, irrespective of their placing for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A rules (Rule191) Horses in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear in order to gain a double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular Dodson & Horrell 85cms National Amateur First Round Competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.

Those horses which jump clear in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least five Dodson & Horrell 85cms National Amateur First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in the Dodson & Horrell 85cms National Amateur Championship.

 

Dodson & Horrell 95cm National Amateur Championship Qualifier - 1st Round

Rule 320. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed 325mpm

For registered horses to be ridden by Full, Associate or Junior Members excluding any rider listed on the British Showjumping Gold League as of 31st March 2016 (assigned for the qualifying Period). and any horse/rider combination listed on the British Showjumping Silver League as of 31st March 2016 (assigned for the qualifying Period). Riders who have ever competed as a team member of any Senior International Team (4* or 5* Nations Cup in the last 10 years, World, European Championships & Olympic Games) are not eligible. Pony Riders, Children, Juniors and Young Riders who have ever competed in Nations Cup/International Team Events and European Championships in the last five years are not eligible. (Excluding Veterans and Para Teams).

Qualifies for: 95cms National Amateur Second Rounds

Qualifying period: 1st September - 31st August inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: (For First Round competitions scheduled from 1st Sept 2016) Those horses which jump clear in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in one Dodson & Horrell 95cms National Amateur First Round competition held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in any of the Dodson & Horrell National Amateur 95cms Second Round competitions, irrespective of their placing for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A rules (Rule 191). Horses in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear in order to gain a double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular Dodson & Horrell 95cms National Amateur First Round Competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.

Those horses which jump clear in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least five Dodson & Horrell 95cms National Amateur First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in the Dodson & Horrell 95cms National Amateur Championship.

 

Dodson & Horrell 1.05m National Amateur Championship Qualifier – 1st Round                                            

Rule 322. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed: 325mpm.

For registered horses to be ridden by Full, Associate or Junior Members excluding any rider listed on the British Showjumping Gold League as of 31st March 2016 (assigned for the qualifying Period). Riders who have ever competed as a team member of any Senior International Team (4* or 5* Nations Cup in the last 10 years, World, European Championships & Olympic Games) are not eligible. Pony Riders, Children, Juniors and Young Riders who have ever competed in Nations Cup/International Team Events and European Championships in the last five years are not eligible. (Excluding Veterans and Para Teams).

Qualifies for: 1.05m National Amateur Second Rounds.

Qualifying period: 1st September-31st August inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: (For First Round competitions scheduled from 1st Sept 2016) Those horses which jump clear in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in one Dodson & Horrell 1.05m National Amateur First Round competition held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in any of the Dodson & Horrell National Amateur 1.05m Second Round competitions, irrespective of their placing for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A rules (Rule 191) Horses in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear in order to gain a double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular Dodson & Horrell 1.05m National Amateur First Round Competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.

Those horses which jump clear in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least five Dodson & Horrell 1.05m National Amateur First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in the Dodson & Horrell 1.05m National Amateur Championship.

 

Dodson & Horrell 1.10m National Amateur Championship Qualifier – 1st Round                                            

Rule 324. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed: 325mpm

For registered horses to be ridden by Full, Associate or Junior Members excluding any rider listed on the British Showjumping Gold League as of 31st March 2016 (assigned for the qualifying Period). Riders who have ever competed as a team member of any Senior International Team (4* or 5* Nations Cup in the last 10 years, World, European Championships & Olympic Games) are not eligible. Pony Riders, Children, Juniors and Young Riders who have ever competed in Nations Cup/International Team Events and European Championships in the last five years are not eligible. (Excluding Veterans and Para Teams).

Qualifies for: 1.10m National Amateur Second Rounds.

Qualifying period: 1st September-31st August inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: (For First Round competitions scheduled from 1st Sept 2016) Those horses which jump clear in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in one Dodson & Horrell 1.10m National Amateur First Round competition held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in any of the Dodson & Horrell National Amateur 1.10m Second Round competitions, irrespective of their placing for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A rules (Rule 191) Horses in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear in order to gain a double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular Dodson & Horrell 1.10m National Amateur First Round Competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.

Those horses which jump clear in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least five Dodson & Horrell 1.10m National Amateur First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in the Dodson & Horrell 1.10m National Amateur Championship.

                                   
National B&C Handicap Championship                                                                     

Rule 304 & 284 Table A7 Speed: 350mpm

Height of fences: Grade B 1.30m / Grade C 1.25m

For registered horses in Grades B & C to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior members. Horses will be permitted to jump in the larger section of the handicap competition without penalty. Horses may only be entered in one section.

Qualifies for: British Showjumping National Championships.

Numbers to qualify: Two Double Clears to qualify (subject to revision).

Qualifying period: 1st August-30th June.

 

Area Trial                                                                                                                             

Rule 293. Table A9. Speed: 400mpm.

For registered horses in Grades A & B to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior members. 

Numbers to qualify: Points will be awarded to riders placed 6th= or higher in Reat  on the following scale; riders placed equal will share equally the total points attributable to the combined placings (for example, four riders placed 4th equal receive: 8+4+2+0 divided by 4 = 3.5 points each).

1st        64 points

2nd       32 points

3rd       16 points

4th        8 points

5th        4 points

6th        2 points

Points are awarded to each rider as the result of his/her best six results on points in Area Trials held during the qualifying period. Visiting Members are eligible to compete in Area Trial competitions, but will not be awarded points.

For the purposes only of calculating points, the placings of Visiting Members will be disregarded and points will be awarded to the remaining competitors according to their adjusted placings once this has been done.

Min First Prize £1000

 

International Trial                                                                                                              

Rule 291. Table A9. Speed: 400mpm

For registered horses in Grades A & B to be ridden by adult, associate or Junior members. 

Numbers to qualify: Points will be awarded to riders placed 6th= or higher in International Trials on the following scale; riders placed equal will share equally the total points attributable to the combined placings (for example, four riders placed 4th equal receive: 16+8+4+0 divided by 4 = 7.0 points each).

1st        128 points

2nd       64 points

3rd       32 points

4th        16 points

5th        8 points

6th        4 points

Points are awarded to each rider as the result of his/her best six results on points in International Trials held during the qualifying period. Visiting Members are eligible to compete in International Trial competitions, but will not be awarded points.

For the purposes only of calculating points, the placings of Visiting Members will be disregarded and points will be awarded to the remaining competitors according to their adjusted placings once this has been done.

Prize money to be graded: Actual, as per schedule.

Saddlery/tack are to conform to FEI rules and regulations & FEI Anti Doping Rules will apply.

Min First Prize £2000

 

Senior non-qualifier classes

Senior 80cm Open
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members

Senior 95cm Open                                                                                                                          
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members 

Senior 1.00m Open                                                                                                                        
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members

Senior 1.05m Open                                                                                                                         
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members.  

Senior 1.10m Open                                                                                                                         
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members

Senior 1.15M Open
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members

Senior 1.25m Open                                                                                                                         
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members

Senior 1.30m Open                                                                                                                         
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members

Senior 1.40m+ Opens
For registered horses of any grade to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members


SCHEDULE WORDING FOR PONY COMPETITIONS

The value of the first cash prize must not exceed more than one third of the total prize fund, the last cash prize listed must not be less than the entry fee. (Non Members entry fee or pre-entry fee)

Rule 76.3 will be amended from 1st April 2016 to read: ‘The value of the first cash prize must not exceed one third of the total cash prize money and must not be less than £15. An acceptable balance of prize distribution must be presented in the schedule; third prize should be no less than half of the allocated first prize scheduled’. 

Junior qualifying classes

Pony British Novice Championship First Round

Rule 410. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed 325mpm. Height 80cm.

For registered Ponies in Grade JD and JC that have not won a total of 150 Points to be ridden by Junior Members, ages as per Rule 77.12/77.13.

Qualifies for: Pony British Novice Championship Second Rounds.

Qualifying period 1st May-30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Pony British Novice First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony British Novice Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Ponies in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain its doubleclear round qualification. The winner of a particular Pony British Novice First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.First Prize min £15       

 

Pony British Novice Championship First Round/80cm Open

Rule 410. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed 325mpm. Height 80cm.

British Novice:

For registered Ponies in Grade JD and JC that have not won a total of 150 Points to be ridden by Junior Members, ages as per Rule 77.12/77.13.

Qualifies for: Pony British Novice Championship Second Rounds. Qualifying period 1st May-30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off, in at least four Pony British Novice First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony British Novice Second Rounds, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Ponies in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain its doubleclear round qualification. The winner of a particular Pony British Novice First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.

80cm Open:

For registered ponies to be ridden by Junior Members.

In the event of 15 or more starters this class will be split with two sets of prize money. Ponies may enter one section only.

First Prize min £15


     
Haygain Pony Discovery First Round

Rule 408. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed 325mpm. Height 90cm.

For registered ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 300 Points to be ridden by Junior Members, ages as per Rule 77.12/77.13.

Qualifies for: Pony Discovery Second Round.

Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify for: Those ponies which jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four Pony Discovery First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony Discovery Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Ponies in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification. The winner of a particular Pony Discovery First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.First Prize min £20  

 

Haygain Pony Discovery First Round / 90cm Open

Rule 408. Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed 325mpm. Height 90cm

Discovery:

For registered ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 300 Points to be ridden by Junior Members, ages as per Rule 77.12/77.13.

Qualifies for: Pony Discovery Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify for: Those ponies which jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four Pony Discovery First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony Discovery Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). Ponies in the class must go in to the jump-off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification.

The winner of a particular Pony Discovery First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition.

90cm Open:

For registered ponies, to be ridden by Junior Members.

In the event of 30 or more starters the class will be split with two sets of prize money, ponies may enter one section only.

First Prize min £20  

             

Blue Chip Pony Newcomers First Round (Inc. The Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Qualifier)

Rule 406. Table A7. Speed 325mpm.

For registered ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 500 Points to be ridden by Junior Members.

Qualifies for: Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Second Round.

Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four Blue Chip Pony Newcomers First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony Newcomers Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). The winner of a particular Blue Chip Pony Newcomers First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. Ponies in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification.

First Prize Min £25                                

 

Blue Chip Pony Newcomers First Round/1.00M Open (both to Inc. The Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Qualifier)

Rule 406. Table A7. Speed 325mpm.

Blue Chip Pony Newcomers is for registered Ponies in Grade JC & JD that have not won a total of 500 points to be ridden by Junior Members.

Qualifies for: Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive.First Rosette in the Pony Newcomers section sponsored by Blue Chip.

Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the First Round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four Blue Chip Pony Newcomers First Round competitions held in any qualifying period will qualify to compete in a Pony Newcomers Second Round, irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191).  The winner of a particular Blue Chip Pony Newcomers First Round competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. Ponies in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification.

The Open Section is open to all. Registered ponies competing in either the Open or the Newcomers Section, ridden by Junior members who have not won a total of 500 Points are eligible for double clear qualification for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Championship.

Qualifies for: Four double clears will qualify for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.00m Championship to be held at the British Showjumping National Championships.  Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April. Qualification is Pony/rider Combination. Riders who have accrued points on the Pony Gold League are not eligible to compete in the Restricted Rider 1.00m Final.

Ponies may compete in one section only.

First Prize Min £25

 

Squibb Group Pony Foxhunter First Round

Rule 404. Table A7. Speed 325mpm

For registered ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 700 Points to be ridden by Junior Members.

Qualifies for: Squibb Group Pony Foxhunter Second Round.

Qualifying period: 1st May - 30th April inclusive.

Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in the Second Round irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). The winner of a particular competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. Ponies in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification.

 

 

Squibb Group Pony Foxhunter First Round/1.10m Open (both to Inc. The Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Qualifier

Rule 404. Table A7. Speed 325mpm

Squibb Group Pony Foxhunter First Round is for registered ponies in Grades JD and JC that have not won a total of 700 Points to be ridden by Junior Members.

Qualifies for: Squibb Group Pony Foxhunter Second Round. Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April inclusive. Sponsorship: Squibb Group provide the first rosette

Numbers to qualify: Those ponies that jump a clear round in the first round, followed by a clear round in the jump-off in at least four First Round competitions held in the qualifying period will qualify to compete in the Second Round irrespective of their placings for prize money in those competitions, which will be determined by the normal Table A Rules (Rule 191). The winner of a particular competition will not automatically qualify solely as a result of that competition. Ponies in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification.

The Open Section is open to all. Registered ponies competing in either the Open or the Foxhunter Section, ridden by Junior members who have not more than a total of 350 Points in the previous calendar year are eligible for double clear qualification for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship.

Qualifies for: Four double clears will qualify for the Pony Restricted Rider 1.10m Championship to be held at the British Showjumping National Championships. Qualification is pony/rider combination. Riders who have accrued points on the Pony Gold League are not eligible to compete in the Restricted Rider 1.10m Final.

First Prize Min £25.00

                                                               

British Showjumping Pony National 1.15m Members Cup

Table A7, Two Phase or Single Phase. Speed 325mpm.

For registered ponies to be ridden by Junior Members. This competition is open to all, but for qualification purposes, those pony/rider combinations that have been placed in a Winter JA Classic or Pony Show Jumper of the Year will not be eligible to compete in the final.

Qualifies for: The British Showjumping National Championships

Qualifying period 1st July-30th June.

Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify (subject to revision). Qualification is pony/rider combination.

Each show may make its own arrangements for sponsorship of prize money.

 

148cms (and under) Restricted Open

Table A8. Speed 325mpm. Height of fences 1.20m

For registered ponies not exceeding 148cms. Open to all but for qualification purposes those pony/rider combinations that

have been placed in a Winter JA Classic or Pony Show Jumper of the Year qualifier will not be eligible to compete in the Final.

Qualifies for: Final at Welsh Home Pony.

Qualifying period: 1st May-30th April.

Numbers to qualify: Those combinations who jump double clear (clear in the first round and the first jump-off) (ONE DOUBLE CLEAR) in the qualifying period.

 

 Winter 128cms Competition – First Round

Rule 514. Table A7. Speed 325mpm. Height of fences 1.05m.

For registered ponies that have won 30 Points or more not exceeding 128cms to be ridden by Junior Members (ages in accordance with Rule 77.13). Junior riders are not eligible to compete before the calendar year in which their 8th birthday is reached.

Qualifies for: Winter 128cms Second Round Competition.

Qualifying period: 14 September-16th January.

Numbers to qualify: Two double clears to qualify (subject to revision).

This class will split in the event of 20 starters or more and two sets of prize money awarded. Dispensation will be given to run the Winter 128cms and Winter 138cms First Rounds as a handicap competition. If run as a Handicap, pony riders will be given dispensation to ride up to three ponies in each height section..

 

Winter 138cms Competition – First Round

Rule 512. Table A7. Speed 325mpm. Height of fences 1.10m.

For registered ponies that have won 30 Points or more exceeding 128cms but not exceeding 138cms to be ridden by Pony or Junior Members (ages in accordance with Rule 77.12). Pony riders are not eligible to compete before the calendar year in which their 8th birthday is reached.

Qualifies for: Winter 138cms Second Round Competition.

Qualifying period: 14th September-16th January.

Numbers to qualify: Two double clears (subject to revision).

This class will split in the event of 20 starters or more and two sets of prize money awarded. Dispensation will be given to run the Winter 128cms and Winter 138cms First Rounds as a handicap competition. If run as a Handicap, pony riders will be given dispensation to ride up to three ponies in each height section.

 

Equidivine Stepping Stones 128cms/138cms Handicap Qualifier

Rule 414. Table A Two Rounds not against the clock. All equal first in Round one will go forward to Round Two over a shortened course. Speed 325mpm.

Height of fences: 128cms 75cms / 138cms 85cms 

For registered ponies not exceeding 138cms, to be ridden by Junior Members, ages in accordance with Rules 77.12 & 77.13. This competition is open to all but for qualification purposes, those riders up to the end of the calendar year in which the age of 10 is reached are eligible to enter irrespective of Points achieved. Riders aged 10 years and over on 1 January in the calendar year must not have won a total of 350 Points in the 128cms Section and 700 Points in the 138cms section. 128cms ponies are not permitted to enter the 138cms Section.

Pony/Rider combinations in the Silver and Gold League Riders are not eligible for the Stepping Stones Final. Once Riders have competed at, or have ever qualified for RIHS or HOYS on any height pony they are no longer eligible to compete in the Final. Once a pony has qualified with any rider for RIHS or HOYS in the current year, then it is not eligible to compete in the final.

Qualifies for: Four double clear rounds to qualify for the British Showjumping National Championships.

Qualifying Period: 1st January-30th June.

Numbers to qualify: Those pony/rider combinations who achieve four double clears (subject to revision) will qualify for the Final.

(**Dual Qualification for the Cats & Pipes Debut UK Supreme Championship Handicap Qualifier**  Qualififying period ends on 30/06/2016 and riders are asked to email the Scope office at scope.office@btinternet.com)Four double clears to qualify for the British Showjumping National Championships. Qualification is Pony/Rider Combination

Qualification period 1st January - 30th June.

Minimum 1st Prize £25     

In the event of equality prize money is divided.



Springboard 128cms/138cms Restricted Handicap

Rule 415. Table A Two Rounds not against the clock. All equal first in Round one will go forward to Round Two over a shortened course. Speed 325mpm. Height of fences: 128cms 90cms / 138cms 1.00m

For registered ponies not exceeding 138cms, to be ridden by Junior Members, ages in accordance with Rule 77.12 & 77.13. This competition is open to all but for qualification purposes: In the 128cms Section Junior riders are eligible to enter, irrespective of Points achieved, before the calendar year in which the age of 10 years is reached.  Riders who reach the age of 10 years and over in the current calendar year must not have won a total of 500 Points.

In the 138cms Section, Pony riders are eligible to enter, irrespective of Points achieved, before the calendar year in which the age of 12 is reached. Riders who reach the age 12 years and over in the current calendar year must not have won a total of 850 Points. Junior Riders are not eligible to enter the 138cms section until the calendar year in which their 8th birthday is reached. 128cms Ponies are not permitted to enter the 138cms section. Once riders have competed at, or have ‘ever’ qualified for RIHS or HOYS on any height pony they are no longer eligible to compete in the Final. Riders who have accrued points on the Pony Gold League are not eligible to compete in this competition.

Qualifies for: Springboard Final.

Qualifying Period: 1st August-31st January.

Numbers to Qualify: Two double clears to qualify for the Final. Qualification is pony/rider combination. Ponies in the class must go into the jump-off and go clear to gain its double clear round qualification. In order to compete in the Final, all qualified competitors ages must be in accordance with the Rule 77.12 & 77.13 in the year of the Final.

Minimum 1st Prize £25      

In the event of equality prize money is divided.

 

Junior non-qualifier classes


10 Years and Under (Fences not to exceed 0.90cms in the first round).

Rule 289A. Table: A, over two rounds, not against the clock. All double clear rounds to share equal first place. Speed: 325m.

 (a) For registered ponies not exceeding 128cms to be ridden by Junior Members born on or after 1 January 2006 (For 2016).

 (b) For registered ponies not exceeding 138cms to be ridden by Junior Members born on or after 1 January 2006 (For 2016).

Total prize money may not exceed £75.

 

11 Years and Under 

Rule 289B. Table: A, over two rounds, not against the clock. All double clear rounds to share equal

(a) For registered ponies not exceeding 128cms to be ridden by Junior Members born on or after 1 January 2005.

(b) For registered ponies not exceeding 138cms to be ridden by Junior Members born on or after 1 January 2005.

Two rounds, not against the clock. All double clear rounds to share equal first place.

Total prize money may not exceed £75.

 

128cms/138cms Handicap

Rule 284.Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase. Speed 325mpm

For registered ponies not exceeding 138cms ridden by Junior Members. Ages in accordance with Rules 77.12 & 77.13.

Height of fences should be different for 128cms and 138cms ponies.

 

JD/JC Handicap

Rule 284.Table A7, A4, Two Phase, or Single Phase. Speed 325mpm

For registered ponies in Grade JD & Grade JC, ridden by Junior Members, ages in accordance with Rule 77.12/77.13

Height of fences should be different for Grade JD and Grade JC ponies.

 
70cm Open 
Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase    Speed 325mpm    Single Fence

For registered ponies, to be ridden by Junior Members.


80cm Open

For registered ponies, to be ridden by Junior Members

Table A7, Single Phase, or Two Phase     Speed 325mpm      Single Fence

 

 90cm Open

For registered ponies, to be ridden by Junior Members

Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase     Speed 325mpm     Single Fence

 

 1.00m Open 
For registered ponies to be ridden by Junior Members

Table A7, Single Phase or Two Phase     Speed 325mpm      Single Fence

 

 


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