Drymen show is a one day agricultural show held each year on the last Saturday of May. Please reference details of class restrictions before entering.
SHOW STARTS - 9.00 a.m. PROMPT
LIGHT HORSE SECTION REGULATIONS AND SCHEDULE
Light Horse Secretary:
Marnie Riding, Westerhill Farm, Main Road, Cardross, G82 5EW
T: 07553 053562 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Entries WILL be taken on the day at an extra cost of £7 per class
Entries at reduced rate close 20th May
Qualifier for NPS Silver Medal
Qualifier for NPS Scotland Finals at Blair
Qualifier for Caledonia championships
Qualifier for Ingilston Elite Series
Qualifier for TSR Showing Finals
LIGHT HORSE PHOTOGRAPHER
ADRIAN SINCLAIR, SINCLAIR PHOTOGRAPHY
Passes to main showground will be issued on parking your Light Horse Vehicle
Competitor numbers should be collected at the secretary’s tent which will be located near the lorry park
PASSES ALLOCATION (i.e. wristbands)
1 Horse or pony 3 passes
2 Horses or ponies 4 passes
3 Horses or ponies 5 passes
4 Horses or ponies 6 passes
5 Horses or ponies 7 passes
6 Horses or ponies 8 passes
Passes may be used by owners, riders or grooms and should be worn throughout the day.
N.B. If you are not wearing a pass, you will be charged admission to the Show, irrespective of status.
1. Owners entering their horses do so at their own risk. The Society will not be liable for any loss or damage that may occur to any person attending the show, or to his or her property, whether a visitor, or otherwise.
2. The number of entries in each class may be limited at the discretion of the Light Horse Committee.
3. Correctly secured British Standard Skull Caps/Riding Hats Nos. PAS015, EN1384 (USA) ASTMF1 163 that meet current Safety Standards must be worn by riders at all times when mounted. In the interests of safety, horses must be kept at walk except in the designated practice, Showing and Jumping Rings. Any competitor disregarding this regulation may be asked to leave the Showfield.
4. All trophies are 'Perpetual', remaining the property of the Society and should be returned before the following year's Show. Failure to do so may result in entries being refused.
5. The James Campbell of Aberfeldy Memorial Trophy presented by Mr A Gage will be awarded to the Champion of each section in annual rotation. 2019: M&M Open Ridden Championship.
6. All times are approximate. The Light Horse committee reserve the right to split or amalgamate classes and also to change rings if required. It is the competitor’s responsibility to look at the timetable and listen to announcements.
7. Unaffiliated show jumping classes will be judged under current British Show jumping Rules and Regulations.
8. No lead reins permitted in any class apart from class 8, 12 & 43 and class 50.
9. Complaints procedure: In the event of a complaint it must be handed, in writing, accompanied by £30, to the Light Horse Chairman. The complaint will then go in front of the Light Horse committee. If the committee decide to uphold the complaint the £30 will be returned.
10. No telephone entries will be accepted.
11. Postal entries will only be accepted with correct payment.
12. No refunds will be given after the closing date 21st May
13. Age of rider will be as of 1st January 2019 for all classes.
14. The judge’s decision is final.
15. Light Horse Trophies & Prize money can be collected at the Light Horse Secretary’s tent any time from 11am on the day of the show only
Caledonian Showing Championships
The Caledonian Showing Championships are now well established in the showing calendar and will once again give 2019 competitors the opportunity to compete at a top level Championship Final in Scotland.
Evening Performances, loads of bling and razzmatazz... everything an end of season Championship should have!
This year’s show will be held at
Highfield @ Howe, near Ladybank, Fife on 12/13 October 2019
This Show is a qualifier and every horse & pony placed 1st and 2nd in all Inhand, Ridden Showing classes (not fun classes) & Working Hunter/Pony classes will qualify to compete in any appropriate class at the Finals. Qualification will be from placings, no qualification cards will be awarded in the ring, and no qualification can go down the line. Qualification is for the Horse & Pony except for Adult/Young Handler classes, where the Handler qualifies.
All qualified horses and ponies will be listed on the Caledonian Showing Show’s website www.caledonianchampionships.webs.com where you will also find a regularly updated list of qualifying shows and a wealth of other information.
TSR Showing Finals – This show is a qualifier for the TSR Showing Finals. Qualify and enter ANY of the Finals Central, East Anglia, North West, North East, South East, South, Wales & South West or Scottish. You Do Not have to be a TSR member to qualify or enter a final. The Rider/Handler qualifies and can enter any horse/pony in any number of Finals!
TSR Riders Finals – 1st & 2nd riders qualify and will receive a qualification card in the ring.
TSR In Hand Finals – The two highest placed Handlers with a TSR In Hand Card will qualify in any In Hand class. Handlers MUST have their cards signed in the ring by the judge/steward, cards are available FREE from the TSR website. Full details at http://www.theshowingregister.co.uk/
TSR Medal Awards – TSR members can collect qualification cards & signatures and redeem for a TSR Medal see TSR website for details.
BSHA Grass Roots Champs – With a TSR qualification card you can also enter the BSHA Grass Roots Champs in Sept at Addington Equestrian Centre – You do not have to be a BSHA member to qualify or enter the final. See www.britishshowhorse.org
We are now in the second year of the Ingliston Elite championship showing series, aimed at the very best equestrian talent from across Scotland and the North of England.
After the success of the 2018 launch, Ingliston Elite is continuing in its search to bring the country’s top combinations together to battle it out for the title of Ingliston Elite and a cash prize of £1000 for the Overall Elite Champion
Nestled in the rolling hills of Renfrewshire, Ingliston Country Club is Scotland’s finest equestrian venue, with a five-star rating from Visit Scotland. Our ‘Grand Slam’ showing show is firmly established as one of Scotland’s most successful and best-loved shows, attracting hundreds of horses and ponies to take part in two days of classes amid the centre’s superb five-star facilities. The Ingliston Elite final will take place on Sunday 21st September 2019
Horses and riders will qualify throughout the year from some of the most prestigious horse shows in the country, culminating in a dazzling final in September.
This year we are offering 4 championship finals for Ridden Hunters, Riding Horses & Cobs and new to this year, Coloured horse and ponies
Horses will qualify by being in the top two in either
• Open Ridden hunter class- weights and smalls
• Open Riding horse class – small and large
• Open Show cob – Lightweight, Heavy weight and Maxi.
• NEW **Open ridden Coloured- Plaited Horse & ponies/Native Traditional Horse/Pony**
There will be no qualification cards to hand out, qualified horses will be taken from online results. Qualification does not go down the line.
Mounted Fancy Dress in the Main Ring, FREE ENTRY but please include entry on entry form.
Open to riders 16 yrs & under
THEME: “MYTHICAL CREATURES”
Prize money kindly donated by The White Family 1st-£25, 2nd - £15 & 3rd - £10
Please assemble near the Light Horse secretary’s tent approx. 15 minutes before judging.
Please note that riding hats must be worn when mounted.
MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND PONIES
JUDGE – Mrs Jo Jack
START TIME - 9.00 a.m. PROMPT
M & M classes will be run under NPS Rules-
General NPS Rules
a) Spurs are not allowed in any ridden class.
b) Brood Mares must be 4 years old or over.
c) Foals must accompany mares in the ring and be at least 3 weeks old on the day of the Show.
d) All stallions and colts, TWO years old or over, must hold a Stallion Licence unless otherwise governed by the individual Breed Society. Handlers of stallions and colts must have attained their 14th birthday before 1st January of the current year. Riders of stallions must have attained their 11th birthday before 1st January of the current year when riding small breeds and their 14th birthday when riding large breeds.
NPS Scotland Rules 2019
• Ponies may only qualify once for each NPS Scotland Competition Final. Ponies that take a second qualifier for the same section will not be allowed to enter the final.
• All Mountain & Moorland Ponies must be registered in the main body of their respective stud book. Part bred, X registered ponies, ponies in the appendices of their main stud book and Eriskays are not eligible.
• Qualification in the M&M In Hand Section may go to 3rd in the Championship. All others may go to no lower than 4th place.
• A Judge is not obliged to award an NPS Scotland Finals qualification if he/she feels that the pony is not of a sufficient standard Closing Dates for Entries:
• Competitors qualifying at Shows held before Monday 3rd June 2019 must send their qualifying cards and entries in by Thursday 27th June 2019.
• Shows after 3rd June 2019 adhere to a closing date of 1st August 2019 and Late Entries will NOT be accepted. Competitors that qualify at late shows after the 1st August 2019 are required to email the secretary and send in the qualifying cards within 3 days of the show.
• Cavesson nosebands are the only nosebands permitted in flat ridden classes.
• Entry for the Finals can only be made by sending the official card duly signed by the Judge at the time of qualifying with your entry form.
• The OWNER must be or become a member of NPS Scotland before entering the Finals.
• All ridden ponies must be shown off the lead rein except in the specified Lead Rein Qualifier Class.
• In Mountain and Moorland classes riders of stallions must be 12 years old or over when riding small breeds (Shetland, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Welsh A & B). For large breeds (Highland, Fell, Dales, Connemara, New Forest, Welsh C & D) riders of stallions must be 14 years old or over.
• A child must have attained their 12th birthday as of the 1st January in the current year to either strip or lunge pony at a NPS show, except for stallions where age will same as in the Rule Book to ride a stallion.
• Handlers of stallions or colts must be 14 years old or over.
• Handlers of ponies in In Hand classes aged 14 years and under must wear a correctly secured skull caps/riding hat that meets the current standards.
• The Final will take place at the Blair Castle International Horse Trials on Friday 23rd August 2019.
NPS Silver Medal Rosette Championships: These classes are judged under the Rules of the NPS. NPS Silver Medal Rosettes are only awarded when the owner of the champion pony is a Qualifying or Life member of the NPS. A valid membership card must be in the rider’s/handler’s possession on entering the ring and be produced immediately on request by either the judge or the steward. If the owner of the Champion pony is not a member, or the owner’s membership card is not immediately produced, the rosette may be awarded to the Reserve Champion provided they have the required membership card. If the Champion pony has previously qualified it is still entitled to the Silver Medal Rosette but the qualification card goes to the Reserve Champion pony, provided the owner of that pony is a member of the NPS. The Silver Medal Rosette and the qualification card can be awarded no lower than first Reserve (third). Foals are not eligible for Silver Medal Championships. Qualifiers are entitled to compete in the final of the Silver Medal Rosette Championship to be held at the NPS Summer Championship Show 31st July – 2nd August 2018 or at the Championship Show in Scotland. Qualifiers may only compete in one Silver Medal final.