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HAIGH, ASPULL & BLACKROD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

THE WINDMILL FIELD, OFF COPPERAS LANE, HAIGH, NEAR WIGAN WN2 1PA SUNDAY 18
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AUGUST 2013

LIGHT HORSE SECTION


Start 09.00am RING 1 IN HAND SHOWING Judge: Mrs Julie Devenny Steward: Abbie Devenny
Classes WILL NOT commence before the times given
!" #" $" %" Youngstock 3 years and under - open breed Gleave Family Shield to winner & a trophy to highest placed yearling Best Condition not exc 13.2hh open age, open breed Dale Farm Trophy to winner Coloureds, spotted and palomino Plaited. Open age, open height. The Owd Bob Trophy to winner 09.40

2011 Supreme Light Horse J Halliwell & Tybanadl Ehedwr

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Coloureds, spotted and palomino Traditional Native and Cobs. Traditional/Native to be shown in natural state, cobs to be shown with hogged mane. Open age, open height 10.00 The Edward Hulme Memorial Trophy to winner Pure, part bred and anglo arabs open age, open height 10.20

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Best Condition exc 13.2hh - open age, open breed The Shoemaker Fold Trophy to winner 14.2hh and under showing open age, open breed

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M&M large breeds excluding welsh open age The Cliff Johnson Trophy to winner Over 14.2hh showing open age, open breed The Kenway Foods Salver to winner M&M small breeds excluding welsh and shetland open age The Hannah Bradley Trophy to winner Shetlands open age

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Welsh A&Bs open age Welsh C&Ds open age Veterans - 15yrs and over Hunters exc 15hh open age The Marion Sycamore Trophy to winner Hunter Pony not exc 15hh - open age The W S Sycamore Trophy to winner

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17) Part bred welsh open height, open age All M&Ms to be shown in natural state.

In hand championship and reserve championship APPROXIMATELY 3PM All 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 1 17 to compete for sash, The Roy Wood Supreme Horse Trophy & cash prize Champion and reserve to compete for Supreme Champion Light Horse at the end of the show Any Brood Mares with foal at foot from classes 1 - 17 to compete for The Eric Wolsey Mare Trophy and the Vivien Lenham Foal Trophy APPROXIMATELY 3.20PM

Start 9.00am MAIN RING COBS & HUNTERS Judge: Mrs Gill Kennedy Steward: Lauren Williams Classes WILL NOT commence before the times given
Following classes to be judged in the main ring from 9am
29) Show cob To be shown hogged and trimmed show cob not exc 15.1hh and maxi show cobs exc 15.1hh The Chinal Consulting Group Cup to winner 30) Ridden Hunter exc 15hh The Chinall Consulting Group Shield to winner 31) Ridden Pony of hunter type 15hh & under Cob/Hunter Championship and reserve championship APPROX 10.30am All 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 29 31 to compete for sash, The Mahood Shield and cash prize Champion and reserve to compete for Supreme Champion Light Horse at the end of the show * 9.00

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The judges will award a Grey Owl Best Rider Card to the person he/she considers to be best rider in that class. All award winners throughout the day to compete in the Grey Owl Best Rider Championship at the end of the day for the Grey Owl Best Rider Trophy and Sash. The classes marked with an * symbol are included in this championship.

Start 9.00am RING 2 RIDDEN SHOWING Judge: Mrs Dianne Broadhurst Steward: Olivia Broadhurst Classes WILL NOT commence before the times given

The judges will award a Grey Owl Best Rider Card to the person he/she considers to be best rider in that class. All award winners throughout the day to compete in the Grey Owl Best Rider Championship at the end of the day for the Grey Owl Best Rider Trophy and Sash. The classes marked with an * symbol are included in this championship.
!(" Lead rein - riders 8 yrs and under. M&M, Show Pony & Show Hunter pony. To be led by an attendant, lead rein to be attached to nose band. Snaffle bridle only Neil Clarke Carriers Trophy to winner. First ridden riders 12 years and under. M&M, Show pony & Show Hunter pony. Snaffle bridle only Tunley Supplies Challenge Cup to winner * 09.00

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##" Veterans 15yrs + #$" Novice horse not to have won an open class during this season The Landlords Riding Centre Trophy to winner #%" Novice pony not to have won an open class during this season #+" Coloureds, spotted and palomino -Hogged, plaited and traditional Open height. Lead reins permitted but same rules apply as class 18 above #&" 14.2hh and under showing #'" Over 14.2hh showing #(" Pure, part bred and anglo arabs open height All M&Ms to be shown in natural state.

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Ridden championship and reserve championship APPROXIMATELY 3.30PM All 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 18-28 to compete for sash, The Bob Marsden Memorial Trophy & cash prize Champion and reserve to compete for Supreme Champion Light Horse at the end of the show

The judges will award a Grey Owl Best Rider Card to the person he/she considers to be best rider in that class. All award winners throughout the day to compete in the Grey Owl Best Rider Championship at the end of the day for the Grey Owl Best Rider Trophy and Sash. The classes marked with an * symbol are included in this championship.

Start 11.00am RING 3 - WORKING HUNTER Judge: Mrs Gill Kennedy Steward: Lauren Williams Classes WILL NOT commence before the times given
32) Novice working hunter not exc 14hh not to have been placed in open classes during current year. * Jumps not to exceed 2ft 11.00 * 12.00 13.00 14.00

$$" Novice working hunter exc 14hh not to have been placed in open classes during current year. Jumps not to exceed 26 $%" Working hunter not exc 14hh. Jumps not to exceed 26 $+" Working hunter exc 14hh. Jumps not to exceed 3 The J R Dutton Trophy to winner $&" Mountain & Moorland Working Hunter 36A) Large breeds jumps not to exceed 29 36B) Small breeds jumps not to exceed 23 Class will be split if sufficient entries The Atherton Recruitment Trophy to winner (of class 36A if class is split) * *

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Working Hunter championship and reserve championship APPROX 3.40PM All 1st & 2nd prize winners from classes 32-36B to compete for sash, The Preston Farmers trophy & cash prize Champion and reserve to compete for Supreme Champion Light Horse at the end of the show

The judges will award a Grey Owl Best Rider Card to the person he/she considers to be best rider in that class. All award winners throughout the day to compete in the Grey Owl Best Rider Championship at the end of the day for the Grey Owl Best Rider Trophy and Sash. The classes marked with an * symbol are included in this championship.

* There will be an extra cash prize given to the highest placed LOCAL competitor in the Working Hunter section for the Local Pony/Horse , to be announced after the ring 3 championship.
Please see rules for definition of Local which will only apply to pre-booked entries, and if all information is supplied on the pre-booked entry, ie stabling details. A board will be displayed at the secretarys tent on the show day, which will show who the LOCAL riders are, their horse/pony, where they are from, the classes they are competing and the placings they have achieved that day. Remember, it is the HIGHEST PLACED local pony/horse, so you maybe further away than a fellow competitor, but if the nearest competitor is eliminated or not placed in the top 4, then the prize fund will go to the next nearest competitor. In the event of two or more competitors being equally distanced, and same placings in their respective classes, then the prize money will be split accordingly.

Start 9.00am RING 4 NOVELTY & FUN CLASSES Judge: Mrs Kelsey McGarrie Steward: Susan Belshaw Classes WILL NOT commence before the times given
There will be none Prepetual Trophies and prizes presented in this ring to each class winner. Trophies and prizes donated by Jennifer & Sally Whitter. Rug to class winners 37 - 46

The judges will award a Grey Owl Best Rider Card to the person he/she considers to be best rider in that class. All award winners throughout the day to compete in the Grey Owl Best Rider Championship at the end of the day for the Grey Owl Best Rider Trophy and Sash. The classes marked with an * symbol are included in this championship.

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Riding club pony not exc 14.2hh jump not to exceed 16 inc Lead Reins* Riding club horse exc 14.2hh jump not to exceed 26 * Young handler 8 - 12 yrs Young handler 13-16yrs Tiny tot handler under 7yrs Nicest tail Best trot Bonny pony %+" Best figure of 8 in trot %&" Prettiest face %'" Horse box pooch/pet (excluding ponies)
Following classes to be judged NOT BEFORE 1pm %(" RIDDEN PAIRS to be judged on the pairs way of going only ie horse/ponies Do not need to match %)" CONCOURS dELEGANCE to be judged on the appearance and overall picture of horse/pony and riders dress/attire. Maybe asked to perform a short show. Lead reins permitted +*" FANCY DRESS all persons mounted must wear the correct riding hat The Dawson Trophy to winner

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Entry Fees
Entry fees: Classes 1 36B Entry fees: RING 4 classes 37 - 47 5 per class (pre booked) 8 per class (on day) 3 per class (pre-booked) 5 per class (on day) entries on the day cash only

entries on the day cash only entries by post or taken on the day

Entry fees: Class 48, 49 & 50 FREE OF CHARGE

Postal Entries up to 10th August 2013 using official entry form only and completed fully, especially for the Working Hunter Local Rider Prize, to either :

Jennifer Whitter 89 Smallbrook Lane, Leigh WN7 5PZ Tel: 07968 532241 Sally Whitter 83 Smallbrook Lane, Leigh WN7 5PZ Tel: 07817 648424
Cheques payable to: Haigh, Aspull & Blackrod Agricultural Society NO CASH BY POST PLEASE POSTAL ENTRIES CLOSE: 10 th AUGUST 2013. Download a copy of the schedule and an entry form from www.haighshow.co.uk Prizes and Awards 1 PLACE PRIZE MONEY ONLY WILL BE AWARDED IF LESS THAN 7 EXHIBITORS FORWARD ON THE DAY Classes 1 31 if 7+ exhibitors forward on the day Classes 32 36B if 7+ exhibitors forward on the day Classes 37 47 if 7+ exhibitors forward on the day Classes 48 - 50 In Hand Champion (ring 1) Ridden Showing Champion (ring 2) Hunter/Cob Champion Working Hunter Champion (ring 3) Local working hunter pony/horse Supreme Champion Light Horse Supreme Reserve Champion Light Horse 1st 6 2nd 4 3rd 3 1st 20 2nd 15 3rd 10 1st 3 2nd 2 3rd 1 No prize money awarded Reserve Reserve Reserve Reserve 4th 2 4th 5 25 25 25 25
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Rosettes awarded as follows:Rosettes 1st to 4th : Special rosettes to all competitors: in all classes in all childrens classes, class nos: 18,19, 39 - 47 and 50

Perpetual trophies awarded in most classes, and collected from Show Secretary on day of show.

SHOW RULES !" #" All horses/ponies celebrate their birthdays on 1st January each year, eg, a foal born during 2012 becomes a yearling (1year old) on 1st January 2013 regardless of the month it was born in 2012 Ages given in childrens classes will be taken as rider not to have attained their 8th birthday (Class 18 Lead rein), or 12th birthday (Class 19 First Ridden) on 1st January each year, eg child who turns 8 during 2012 is not eligible to compete in the lead rein class of 2013 as an 8 yr old child as they have attained 8th birthday by 1st January 2013 No horse/pony to be ridden under the age of 4yrs, Any abuse to judges, stewards or show officials from exhibitors/representative/groom/spectators will be asked to leave the showground The judges decision is final Any complaint must be lodged with the light horse secretary within 1 hour of the incident with 20 in cash and a letter of complaint. The complaint will be discussed by the show committee at the next meeting, and the 20 returned if the complaint is upheld. Any person mis-treating any animal will be asked to leave the showground Spurs will not be allowed in childrens classes Whips/canes to be of regulation length, no whip exceeding 30 to be permitted in classes Any animal which it is felt is in poor condition will be asked to leave the show ground Foals to be at least 30 days old on the show day. Mares with foal at foot not to compete under saddle. No horse/pony to be left tied to a lorry or trailer un-attended. An exhibitor may not exhibit any pony/horse which has either been bred, sold, leased or produced by the judge, his/her family, or his/her employer or employee. Any change in judges will be communicated to prebooked entries before the show day No refunds will be given without a valid vets certificate Prize money must be collected from the show secretary, any prize money not collected on the show day will be forfeited. A prize money voucher will be handed to the exhibitor in the ring by the judge, and then the card will be taken to the secretary to be cashed in. Any vouchers lost will not be paid out. Prize money will be awarded according to the entries forward on the day, prize money as follows:1ST PLACE PRIZE MONEY ONLY WILL BE AWARDED IF LESS THAN 7 EXHIBITORS FORWARD ON THE DAY Classes 1 31 if 7+ exhibitors forward on the day Classes 32 36B if 7+ exhibitors forward on the day Classes 37 47 if 7+ exhibitors forward on the day Classes 48 50 In Hand Champion (ring 1) Ridden Showing Champion (ring 2) Cob/Hunter Champion Working Hunter Champion (ring 3) Local working hunter pony/horse !&" Rosettes awarded as follows:Rosettes 1st to 4th Special rosettes to all competitors 1st 6 1st 20 1st 3 50 50 50 50 25 2nd 4 3rd 3 4th 2 2nd 15 3rd 10 4th 5 2nd 2 3rd 1 No prize money awarded Reserve Reserve Reserve Reserve

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in all classes in all childrens classes class nos: 18,19, 39-47 and 50 A special prize will be awarded in the working hunter section for the pony/horse which is stabled nearest to the showground, measured from the perimeter of the Windmill Field. This will apply to pre-booked entries only, which provide all the information requested, and they are forward on the day. Actual stabling address must be provided on the entry form for this to apply. Horse/pony must have been stabled at the address for at least 6 months prior to the show day. All competitors information on stabling addresses will be made available for public view on the show day. Anyone who is un-truthful as to their stabling address will be

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eliminated. In the event of two or more competitors being the same distance from the showground, then the prize money will be split accordingly. Any perpetual trophy awarded must be collected from the show secretary on the day of the show, and must be signed for by a responsible adult, and agreement made that the trophy will be returned in the same condition by 15th July 2013 or sooner if the society request. A voucher will be presented to the exhibitor in the ring by the judge, and this must be taken to the show secretary to collect their trophy.

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Any jump heights provided in the schedule are approximate only, it will be left to the course builder and judge to set the course and height of the jumps which should be in line with the schedule heights. No galloping on the showground, a working in area will be provided for riding on the showground For purposes of classes 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 20, 21, 36A & 36B the classification of mountain & moorland ponies is as follows:Large Breeds: Welsh Sec D, Welsh Pony of Cob Type Sec C, Dales, Fell, Connemara, Highland and New Forest Small Breeds: Welsh Mountain Pony Sec A, Welsh Pony Sec B, Shetland, Exmoor and Dartmoor Entries should be registered with their respective breed society, and for mountain and moorland classes, the exhibits must be in natural state. The NOT BEFORE TIMES given in the schedule are an estimate as to timing, the classes will not start BEFORE the given time in the schedule, but may be LATER than the times given. In the event of an exhibitors classes clashing, then it is the exhibitors responsibility to chose which class they wish to compete in, the organisers take no responsibility for classes clashing, and no refunds on classes missed will be given. Please keep the judges informed, who may hold up their class to wait for a competitor but are not at liberity to do so. Anyone wishing to leave the ring midway through a class, must seek the judges permission first. It is the exhibitors responsibility to ensure accuracy of their entries, if in doubt please ask before entering. No entry accepted without the correct fee. No late entries taken, once the gate is closed and the class commenced, then no exhibitor will be allowed to enter the ring. No refunds will be given if classes are missed by the exhibitor. Correctly fitting riding hat must be worn at all times whilst mounted on the showground. Those wishing to wear beaglers, bowlers or top hats do so at their own risk. All exhibitors must be smartly dressed in boots, riding jacket and collar and tie/stock. Handlers and grooms entering the show ring must be appropriately dressed, no jeans and trainers please, and it is advised that they should wear a hard hat while in the ring. All animals attending the show must be competently handled/ridden, any unruly animals, mare, gelding, stallion or colt, will be asked to leave the showground as a matter of safety. All stallions and colts 2years + must be bitted. Age of handlers for stallions or colts, or riders of stallions as follows:Stallions/Colts not exc 13.2hh Minimum age of handler/rider 14yrs Stallions/Colts 13.2hh and over Minimum age of handler/rider 16yrs

#(" All exhibitors must hold, as a minimum, third part liability insurance cover. The onus is on every rider who suffers a fall or any person who suffers an injury whilst on the showground to report the fall/injury to the show secretary. #)" All animals attending the show must be in possession of a valid passport under The Horse Passports (England) Reg 2009. Passports must be with the animal while at the show in case of clarification and if required for inspection by show officials or any Trading Standards officers. $*" The officials and committee of the society, or their representatives take NO responsibility for loss, damage, theft of any personal belongings, vehicles or equipment whilst on the show ground, or injury to person whilst on the show ground, car parks or approaching the show ground. (all entries subject to this condition). $!" All exhibitors attending the show must be made aware that if the weather permits, vehicles will need to be towed on and off the show field, at the exhibitors/vehicle owners risk. $#" In the event of the show being cancelled, then exhibitors will be subject to an administration fee of 2 per exhibitor, deducted from their entries.