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INDOOR DRESSAGE

Saturday, 28th April 2018



RIBBON AWARDS
Awarded to the highest placed Ex Racehorse, Junior Rider( 16 & Under ) Senior Rider (50& Over) Veteran (15& Over) 
Young horse or Pony 4 - 6 yrs in each class. Collect 5 ribbon awards and receive a Championship Rosette.

QUALIFIERS
Score 58% or more and qualify for the Sheepgate Unaffiliated championships to be held on the 8th & 9th September 2018
The three highest placed veterans in each class will qualify for the 15+ Dressage Championships.
Trailblazers Juniors scoring over 58% at Intro, Prelim & Novice and Seniors at Prelim, Novice & Elementary will qualify for the second rounds (Sheepgate's Second Round is on10th June)

OPEN & RESTRICTED SECTIONS    
Only enter the restricted section if you the rider has NOT won 3 firsts at that level, if you have please enter the open section.
Tests are the same for open and restricted sections, rosettes are awarded per section, prize money over the whole class.
Classes will be split into tests IF sufficient entries.
Stabling and Hook up available please email for details.

Entries Close 25TH April

Class Test  Entry Fees  Prizes 
1 Intro A 2008, Intro B 2009, Intro C 2016,
Riders may enter more than once riding different tests 
£14.00
Early Entry By 18th April £12.00
Sheepgate Savers £11.00
Rosettes to 6th Place 
1st £18 Cash 
2nd £12 Voucher
3rd £9 Voucher
Prizes paid depending on entries
2 Prelim 13 2006, Prelim 18 2002
Riders may enter more than once riding different tests
£14.00
Early Entry By 18th April £12.00
Sheepgate Savers £11.00
Rosettes to 6th Place 
1st £18 Cash 
2nd £12 Voucher
3rd £9 Voucher
Prizes paid depending on entries
3 Novice 24 2010, Novice 27 2007
Riders may enter more than once riding different tests
£14.00
Early Entry By 18th April £12.00
Sheepgate Savers £11.00
Rosettes to 6th Place 
1st £18 Cash 
2nd £12 Voucher
3rd £9 Voucher
Prizes paid depending on entries
4 Elem 42 2008, Elem 44 2002, Medium 63 2002, Medium 71 2002
Riders may enter more than once riding different tests
£14.00
Early Entry By 18th April £12.00
Sheepgate Savers £11.00
Rosettes to 6th Place 
1st £18 Cash 
2nd £12 Voucher
3rd £9 Voucher
Prizes paid depending on entries

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


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PE22 0AS
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