British Showjumping Schedule

Devon County Thu 18 to Sat 20 May 2017

Devon County Show, Westpoint, Clyst St Mary, Exeter, EX5 1DJ

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JudgesJon Doney MBE
Gillian Walker
Shirley Trim
Course BuildersPaul Connor

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Thursday 18 May 2017

Class 1 - Arena 1 - National Accumulator

Rule 274. Table A. Speed 375mpm. Start Height 1.25m. DRAWN ORDER

The order of starting must be drawn.

This competition takes place over six, eight or 10 obstacles which are progressively more difficult. No combination obstacles are allowed. The progressive difficulty is not solely due to the height and spread of the obstacles, but also to the difficulty of the track.

Points are awarded as follows:

One point for obstacle No. 1 cleared, two points for No. 2, three points for No. 3 etc. with total of 21, 36 or 55 points.

No point is awarded for an obstacle knocked down. Faults other than knock-downs are penalised as for Table A and any of these faults, including time faults, are converted into points and deducted from any jumping points scored.

In the event of equality of points for first place, there will be a jump-off against the clock over a shortened course, over obstacles that may be increased in height and/or spread. The obstacles in the jump-off must be jumped in the same order as in the first round and retain their respective points allotted in the first round.

This competition may also take place directly against the clock.

For the last obstacle of the course, an alternative obstacle may be provided, of which one part may be designated the Joker. The Joker must be more difficult

than the alternative obstacle and carry double points. If the Joker is knocked down, the points must be deducted from the total.

British Showjumping Rule 274 with a joker. The Joker will be a maximum of 1.60m

Prizes: 1st: £400.00, 2nd: £300.00, 3rd: £200.00, 4th: £150.00, 5th: £120.00, 6th: £30.00, Total: £1,200.00

Entry Fee = £30.00 (Pre-Entry £30.00)


Class 2 - Arena 1 - Senior 1.45m Open

Table A10. Speed 350mpm. Start Height 1.45m. DRAWN ORDER

For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year.

Prizes: 1st: £1,000.00, 2nd: £750.00, 3rd: £500.00, 4th: £300.00, 5th: £225.00, 6th: £100.00, 7th: £75.00, 8th: £50.00, Total: £3,000.00

Entry Fee = £45.00 (Pre-Entry £45.00)


Friday 19 May 2017

Class 3 - Arena 1 - International Stairway

Rule 291. Table A9. Speed 400mpm. Start Height 1.50m. DRAWN ORDER

Horses in Grade A to be ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members.

Points will be awarded to riders placed 8th= or higher 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 7+6+5+4 divided by 4 = 5.5 points each)

1st 12 points

2nd 9 points

3rd 8 points

4th 7 points

5th 6 points

6th 5 points

7th 4 points

8th 3 points

In the event of equality of League Points at the end of the series, the highest placed competitor on equal points in the International Stairway League Final (British Showjumping National Championships, National Agricultural & Exhibition Centre) will be the winner of the League. The winner of the International Stairway League must be a starter in the International Stairway League Final. In addition the winner of the International Stairway League Final will be crowned the British Showjumping National champion for a twelve month period.

There will be 3 HOYS Wildcards allocated after the International Stairway League Final. The allocation of Wild Cards (N.B Wild Cards will only be awarded to riders currently eligible to compete on a Great Britain Showjumping Team) will be made in the following order of preference:

1. To the winner of the International Stairway League (must have started in the Stairway League Final)

2. To the winner of the International Stairway League Final

3. To the winner of the National Championship Show League

Should the winner of any of the above not be eligible to compete on a Great Britain Showjumping Team or have already qualified for HOYS via an International invitation, the Wildcard will go down the line to the next eligible rider on the respective league, or placing if in the International Stairway League Final.

Sponsorship: Prize fund 50% funded by the British Showjumping Business Partnership.

Saddlery/Tack & Spurs to conform to FEI rules & regulations.

Rule 290.15 - Pre-Entry Drawn Order

Pre-entries may possibly be accepted before 9.00am providing that the number of entries are less than 60 (with the exception of County shows). Once entries reach 60 before 9.00am the class will be closed. Any entries taken on the day must compete first in the drawn order.

Prizes: 1st: £2,500.00, 2nd: £1,750.00, 3rd: £1,250.00, 4th: £950.00, 5th: £500.00, 6th: £300.00, 7th: £150.00, 8th: £100.00, Total: £7,500.00

Entry Fee = £85.00 (Pre-Entry £85.00)


Class 4 - Arena 1 - Senior 1.30m Open

Table A4. Speed 400mpm. Start Height 1.30m. DRAWN ORDER

For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year.

Prizes: 1st: £500.00, 2nd: £350.00, 3rd: £250.00, 4th: £175.00, 5th: £125.00, 6th: £100.00, Total: £1,500.00

Entry Fee = £32.00 (Pre-Entry £32.00)


Saturday 20 May 2017

Class 5 - Arena 1 - Senior 1.20m Open

Table A7. Speed 350mpm. Start Height 1.20m. DRAWN ORDER

For registered horses in Grades: A, B & C. Ridden by Adult, Associate or Junior Members who will be aged 12 years or over in the current calendar year.

Open to competitors residing in British Showjumping Region J (Devon, Cornwall, Somerset & Dorset). Region J Competitors competing in other show jumping classes at the Show may not ride a horse in this class that has started in any other show jumping class at the Show.

Prizes: 1st: £500.00, 2nd: £350.00, 3rd: £250.00, 4th: £175.00, 5th: £125.00, 6th: £100.00, Total: £1,500.00

Entry Fee = £30.00 (Pre-Entry £30.00)


Class 6 - Arena 1 - British Show Jumping Sout West Region Junior Academy Inter County Pony Team Jumping

Table A7. Start Height 70cm. DRAWN ORDER

For Invited Teams of 4 Registered Ponies to be ridden by Junior Members. One team will be invited from Devon, Cornwall, Somerset and Dorset. Table A. Speed : 325mpm. Fences will be 1metre approx. The best three scores per team to count. In the event of equality after the first round a pre-nominated team member will jump off against the clock. In the event of a team having insufficient finishers due to more than one competitor being eliminated the team score will be calculated by awarding the competitor(s) the worst score plus 20 penalties. Entry Fee: £50.00 inc VAT (Per team to be paid at time of entry) (Any substitutions to be made at declaration when a team running order must also be declared.) Prizes: In Kind. There will also be a team turnout prize and an individual style prize.

Entry Fee = £50.00 (Pre-Entry £50.00)


Class 7 - Arena 1 - Area Trial

Rule 293. Table A9. Speed 375mpm. Start Height 1.50m. DRAWN ORDER

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 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.

Rule 290.15 - Pre-Entry Drawn Order

Pre-entries may possibly be accepted before 9.00am providing that the number of entries are less than 60 (with the exception of County shows). Once entries reach 60 before 9.00am the class will be closed. Any entries taken on the day must compete first in the drawn order.

The best 5 scores, or, all clear rounds, will go forward to the second round, which will be against the clock. In the event of equality, faults and time will decide i.e. the faster four faulters will qualify. All scores in the first round will be carried forward to the second round. Competitors in the second round will start in the reverse order of merit or the slowest four faulters will go first, the faster clear last. If necessary, those who do not reach the second round, faults and time in the first round will determine their placings, however he/she will be placed after those who compete in the second round. If a competitor withdraws from the second round he/she will not be replaced and he/she will receive the placing from the first round. At least five prizes have to be awarded.

Prizes: 1st: £1,000.00, 2nd: £750.00, 3rd: £500.00, 4th: £300.00, 5th: £225.00, 6th: £100.00, 7th: £75.00, 8th: £50.00, Total: £3,000.00

Entry Fee = £50.00 (Pre-Entry £50.00)