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FULL HAVE A GO SHOWING SHOW

Monday, 17th April 2017



SHEEPGATE RIDDEN HAVE A GO SHOW 
TSR Showing Finals - This show is a qualifier for the 2017 TSR  Regional Finals. Qualify and enter ANY of the Regional 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. In classes 1,3,6
15,16,18,19,20,21,23,24, & 25
TSR Medal Awards - TSR members can collect qualification cards & signatures and redeem for a TSR Medal see TSR website for details.
BSHA Grass Roots & SHGB Riding Club 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 PLUS the Sport Horse GB Riding Club Championship www.sporthorsegb.co.uk
15 PLUS SHOWING QUALIFIERS 2016  Those horses or ponies aged 15 & over placed 1st to 3rd in Classes 15 & 30   will qualify for the 2017 15+ Showing Championships please see www.15plus.org.uk for more details
This show is affiliated to Equine Sports UK (ESUK) Grassroots Championships taking place at Arena UK, Grantham, Lincolnshire on the 3rd  - 6th August 2017.  The three highest placed exhibits will qualify in each class except classes  2, 5, 8, 10, 14, 22 & 28 
EQUESTRIAN LIFE those placed 1st - 4th in all classes except 10 & 34  

 INDOOR ARENA Commencing 10am Judge: Mrs F Sheffield
JUNIOR RIDDEN – Riders 16 years and under
CLASS 1 LEAD REIN PONY To be judged on manners, suitability &   Performance.
CLASS 2 HAVE A GO RIDDEN Open to novice riders who are just starting out. Combination Not to have won 3 firsts
CLASS 3 FIRST RIDDEN SUITABILITY & EQUITATION To be judged on  manners, suitability & performance, may be accompanied on foot but   not led.
CLASS 4 BEST SUITED PONY & RIDER  To be judged on suitability and presentation. Lead reins accepted.
CLASS 5 MOST APPEALING PONY & RIDER. Lead reins accepted.
CLASS 6   STYLE & APPEARANCE To be judged on rider’s effect and presentation.
 JUNIOR RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP – Open to 1st & 2nd prize winners from Classes 1 – 6 to compete for Champion, Reserve and 1st Reserve rosettes & sashes, rosettes to all who attend championship.
  15 MINUTE BREAK BEFORE JUNIOR IN HAND STARTS
 INDOOR ARENA
JUNIOR IN HAND – Handlers 16 years and under Not Before 12:30
CLASS 7 BEST CONDITION AND TURNOUT, class may be split into  plaited and unplaited if sufficient entries.
CLASS 8 HAVE A GO IN HAND Open to novice handlers who are just starting out. Combination Not to have won 3 Firsts
CLASS 9 BEST JUNIOR HANDLER 16 years & under, mares and geldings only.
CLASS 10 MOST APPEALING COMBINATION
CLASS 11 OPEN CLASS
JUNIOR IN HAND CHAMPIONSHIP – Open to 1st & 2nd prize winners from Classes 7 – 11 to compete for Champion, Reserve and 1st Reserve Rosettes & Sashes, rosettes to all who attend the championship.
 RING 1 -OPEN RIDDEN SHOWING –  COMMENCING 1.00pm
Judge; Mrs N Brown
CLASS 12  BEST SUITED HORSE/ PONY & RIDER To be judged on suitability and presentation.
CLASS 13  STYLE & APPEARANCE HORSE/PONY To be judged on rider’s effect and presentation.
CLASS 14 HAVE A GO RIDDEN Open to novice riders who are just starting out.
CLASS 15  RIDDEN VETERAN HORSE/PONY To be judged on overall performance and condition for age. Horse or Pony 15 yrs & Over
CLASS 16  RIDING HORSE 14.3hh & Over To be judged on overall performance 
CLASS 17   YOUNG HORSE OR PONY   Open to horses or ponies aged 4 - 7 years, may be split if sufficient entries.
CLASS 18 RIDDEN MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND Open to small and large breeds, to include part breds
CLASS 19 RIDDEN COLOURED To include Dun, Palamino, Roan, Appaloosa, Piebald, Skewbald etc.
CLASS 20 RIDDEN HUNTER 14.3hh & over 
CLASS 21 RIDDEN PONY 14.2 & Under
OPEN RIDDEN CHAMPIONSHIP . Competitors placed 1st & 2nd in Classes 12- 21 to compete for the Champion,  Reserve & 1st  Reserve Sashes & Rosettes. Rosettes to all who attend the championship.
 
RING FOUR (fenced outdoor arena) ~ WORKING HUNTER 
Judge: Mrs K Knight
Commencing 10:00.
CLASS CR  CLEAR ROUND WORKING HUNTER 10:00 – 11:00
A short course of rustic fences will be built in the fenced outdoor school and can be altered as required. Rosettes to all clear rounds. Strictly no entries will be taken after 10.00am
Commencing 11:30am
CLASS 22  HAVE A GO WORKING HUNTER .  Lead Rein or assisted permitted. Rosettes to all entrants. Cross Poles ONLY
CLASS 23  WORKING HUNTER MINI NOVICE fences approx 45cm
CLASS 24  WORKING HUNTER NOVICE fences approx 60cm
CLASS 25  WORKING HUNTER OPEN fences approx 75cm
WORKING HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIP . Competitors placed 1st & 2nd in Classes 21- 24 to compete for the Champion,  Reserve & 1st  Reserve Sashes & Rosettes. Rosettes to all who attend the championship
RING 2 ~ IN HAND Commencing 10am.  Judge: Mrs G Fitzsimmons
CLASS 26  BEST CONDITION HORSE OR PONY,
CLASS 27  SENIOR HANDLER   17 years and over
CLASS 28   HAVE A GO IN HAND COMBINATION - Open to novice handlers who  are just starting out. Combination not to have won 3 firsts.
CLASS 29  BEST COB TYPE HORSE OR PONY
Not before 11:15am
CLASS 30 BEST VETERAN aged 15yrs and over
CLASS 31  MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND – Small & Large Breeds, foals, yearling,2 & 3  year olds. To include part breds. 
CLASS 32  MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND – Small & Large Breeds, 4 years old and  over. To include part breds.
CLASS 33   BEST COLOURED HORSE OR PONY . To include Dun, Palamino,  Roan, Appaloosa, Piebald, Skewbald etc.
CLASS 34   MOST APPEALING COMBINATION
CLASS 35   OPEN CLASS. Any age, any height, any breed. Special to best Hunter type, Best Youngstock aged 3yrs & under and Best horse or pony 4yrs & Over
IN HAND CHAMPIONSHIP . Competitors placed 1st & 2nd in Classes 24 – 35  to compete for the Champion,  Reserve & 1st  Reserve Sashes & Rosettes. Rosettes to all who attend the championship
RING 1 – Class 36 CLEAR ROUND DRESSAGE 10:30AM – 12:30PM
Entries are limited and you select your time as you enter. Strictly no entries taken after 10:30AM or before if classes are full.
Choose either INTRO A, INTRO B, PRELIMINARY 7, PRELIMINARY 13, NOVICE 28, ELEMENTARY 42.
Competitors are able to enter on the day in a specified time and have a go as many times as you like (time permitting!) Tests may be called, any normal riding bit is acceptable, as are martingales and boots. No draw reins or gadgets please. Rosettes to all entrants. Specials to highest scoring Ex Race Horse, Junior Rider, Senior Rider, Veteran Horse or Pony over 15 years.
 All competitors are reminded to read the rules detailed in this schedule.
 
 ENTRY FEES:                                                     
Classes 1 - 35       £8.00   (£7.00  Pre- entry)         Sheepgate Savers £6.50
Classes  CR          £4.00   (£3.50  Pre – entry)        Sheepgate Savers £3.00
PRIZES :  Trophy to each class winner, rosettes 1st – 6th & Specials.
ALL ENTRIES ON THE DAY,
PRE ENTRIES CLOSE 4 days before the show
ALL RIDERS ARE REMINDED TO ABIDE BY THE RULES LISTED ON SHEEPGATE’S WEBSITE UNDER TODAY’S SCHEDULE.
 
IN THE EVENT OF POSSIBLE CANCELLATION PLEASE SEE THE NEWS PAGE – www.sheepgate.co.ukWHERE IT WILL BE POSTED BY 7AM ON THE DAY OF THE SHOW IF NOT BEFORE.
  ERNIE’S LOYALTY CARD
Collect a ‘stamp’ with every entry you make and after filling your card with 9 stamps you gain a free entry. Ask for your card when entering.
ALL COMPETITORS PLEASE READ
SHEEPGATE SHOW RULES AND REGULATIONS
BY MAKING AN ENTRY AT SHEEPGATE EQUESTRIAN YOUR ARE AGREEING TO ABIDE BY THE FOLLOWING RULES:-
It is compulsory for anyone mounted on a horse or pony at Sheepgate Equestrian to wear correct riding clothes, including a hard hat and correct footwear.BSI Standard hats or above is recommended. Anyone not complying with this rule will be asked to dismount immediately.
The organisers accept no responsibility for any injury, damage or loss sustained by ponies, horses, spectators, competitors, their belongings or any property in their custody. 
Vehicles, boxes and trailers are parked entirely at the owner’s risk.
The organisers retain the right to refuse any entry.
Any objections must be made to the Secretary within 30 minutes of the completion of the event, accompanied by a deposit of £20, which may be forfeited, if the objection is overruled.
The Judges decision is final.
The organisers reserve the right to cancel or amalgamate classes at their discretion.
All dogs must be kept on a lead.
Please do not muck out onto the parking area and pick up your droppings with the skips provided. Please dispose of your own litter in the bins provided.
Rider’s age taken as at 1st January, unless otherwise stated. Juniors not to have attained 17th Birthday.
The organiser’s request that horses and ponies that are not entered to compete are not exercised in the working in area unless prior permission has been given.
Lunging is allowed only by prior arrangement with organisers and people involved must respect others working in at all times.
Anyone entering classes at this show shall be deemed to have agreed to abide by the rules and have signed the declaration on the entry form.
Prizes are awarded as follows:-
Minimum 6 starters – 1st prize awarded
7 – 12 starters         - 1st & 2nd prize awarded
13 + starters            - 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize awarded
Once a competitor has made an entry it is assumed that he intends to take part 
unless he notifies the secretary to the contrary. Anyone withdrawing before the close of entries may transfer their entry to a later date. IT IS WITH REGRET THAT NO OTHER REFUNDS OR TRANSFER OF ENTRIES IS ALLOWED AT SHEEPGATE EQUESTRIAN.
16.  All Dressage classes will be run under British Dressage Rules – see below.
17.  Horses and ponies must not be left unattended while tied to the outside of a   
       lorry or trailer. Failure to abide by this rule will incur a £10 on the spot fine that 
       will be donated to RDA.
18.  Anyone making a late entry will be liable for the full entry fee plus the late fee 
once a time has been allocated to him or her. This will still apply even if they fail to participate. Bridle numbers will only be allocated once all fees have been paid upon arrival.

Any rider exercising a horse or pony at a show that is not intending to compete must contact sarah@sheepgate.co.uk or events@sheepgate.co.uk  in advance to obtain permission.
OPEN SHOW RULES                                        
The following rules are in additional to those numbered 1- 17.
*Colts and stallions may not be led by any juniors who have not attained their 14th Birthday before 1st January in the current year.
*Any pony stallion (not exceeding 138cms) or small breed M & M may not be ridden by juniors who have not attained their 12th Birthday before 1st January in the current year.
*Any stallion (exceeding 138cms) or large breed M & M may not be ridden by juniors who have not attained their 14th Birthday before 1st January in the current year.
*Young Handler, First Ridden and Lead Rein Classes – MARES and GELDINGS only.
* Junior Handlers must wear a safety hat that conforms to the current safety standard
* The Judges Decision is Final 

DRESSAGE RULES
HAT RULE  - All hats must be to the following standards. PAS 015, EN1384, BSEN1384, ASTM F1163 (2004) with SEI mark, SNELL E2001
All Preliminary and Novice tests to be ridden in a snaffle bridle with a cavesson, flash or drop noseband. A simple double bridle may be used for Elementary and above.
Bitguards, martingales, side or running reins are not allowed during tests or working in. Boots and bandages may only be worn during working in.
It is customary practice to pass left to left while working in and avoid halting on the outer track. Lateral work will take priority.
Gloves of a light colour MUST be worn.
Spurs, correctly fitted may be worn.
Tests may be called. Use of voice during the test will be penalised with the loss of two marks. 
It is requested that any helpers or grooms etc. do not stand in the working in area.
CHAMPIONSHIP RULES  
No whips and no commanders in Championship classes.

NO PART OF ANY OF SHEEPGATE’S SCHEDULE MAY BE COPIED OR REPRODUCED IN ANY WAY UNLESS PERMISSION HAS BEEN GIVEN BY THE ORGANISERS

IN THE EVENT OF POSSIBLE CANCELLATION PLEASE CONSULT THE NEWS PAGE ON:- 

www.sheepgate.co.uk

Event Location
Sheepgate Equestrian Sheepgate Leverton Boston
PE22 0AS
Key Contact
Alex Jewell
T: 01205 870236
F: 01205 871221
E: events@sheepgate.co.uk
M: 07768 156262
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Richard Grant and Son (Leverton) Ltd, T/A Sheepgate Equestrian
Sheepgate Nursery, Leverton, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22 0AS
Contact Us   Email: spayne@sheepgate.co.uk
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