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MUIRFIELD RIDING THERAPY SUMMER SHOW

ANNUAL SUMMER SHOW FOR HORSES AND PONIES Organised by and on behalf of Muirfield Riding Therapy Raising funds for our equine therapy service in the community SUNDAY 24 JULY 2022 WEST FENTON, EAST L...
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Event dates

Sun, 24 Jul '22
09:00 am


Sun, 24 Jul '22
16:30 pm


Bookings open

Mon, 11 Apr '22
09:00 am


Wed, 20 Jul '22
12:00 pm

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ANNUAL SUMMER SHOW

FOR HORSES AND PONIES

Organised by and on behalf of Muirfield Riding Therapy

Raising funds for our equine therapy service in the community

SUNDAY 24 JULY 2022

WEST FENTON, EAST LOTHIAN, EH39 5AL

 

Beautiful rosettes and trophies awarded for all classes

 

This show is a qualifier for the Caledonian Showing Championships and

 The Showing Register NAF Five Star Showing Finals!

Caledonian Showing Championships

 This show is a qualifier for the Caledonian Showing Championships, offering competitors the opportunity to compete at a top level Championship Final in Scotland.  With a draped main arena, amazing rosettes, special prizes, music, Judges from the south and atmospheric Evening Performances, this is the show everyone wants to be part of, and has grown and grown, so for 2022 is now running as a three-day show. 

 

            This year’s show will be held at Highfield @ Howe, near Ladybank, Fife on 14/15/16 October

 

Every horse and pony placed 1st in all In-hand and Ridden showing classes (not fun classes) and Working Hunter Horse and Pony classes will qualify to compete in any appropriate class at the Finals.  All Champions and Reserves will qualify for the Champion and Reserves Stakes Finals.  Qualifications will be from placings; no qualification cards will be awarded in the ring and no qualification can go down the line.

All qualified horses and ponies will be listed on the Caledonian Showing Championship Show’s website www.caledonianchampionships.webs.com (and soon to come www.caledonianchampionships.co.uk) where you will also find a regularly updated list of qualifying shows and a wealth of other information.

 

TSR NAF Five Star Showing Finals
This show is a qualifier for the 2022 TSR NAF Five Star Showing Finals. All In Hand an Ridden classes are qualifiers. 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! The four highest placed handlers/riders will qualify in each class. Competitors MUST have their qualification record sheet signed by a judge/steward/secretary; sheets are available FREE from the TSR website.  
Full details at http://www.theshowingregister.co.uk/

 

Please contact Lesley McGee on mobile 07786 930478 or Show Secretary Gill Tait on mobile 07971 115848 if you have any questions in relation to affiliated classes; alternatively, email entries@muirfieldridingtherapy.org.uk

 

SUPREME IN SHOW: Judge Alan Thomson

Champion and Reserve from Classes 8, 17, 29 and 36 will be invited to be judged for Supreme in Show;  time and ring will be confirmed on show day.

Stunning trophy for the Supreme in Show generously donated by Ali Black, Aches, Pains & Strains

Beautiful quaich for the Reserve Supreme in Show kindly donated by Elspeth McDonald in memory     of Listy Montgomery-Davies

A huge vote of thanks to our main Sponsor

Andrew Black Haulage,

Also our Championship Sponsors Drem Timber & Fencing Ltd Garden Solutions and Q Electrical Services Ltd ;together with  all our generous Class Sponsors who so kindly contribute to the show costs and to our Judges who give up their valuable time.

Terms & conditions

Summer Show Rules and General Information

1.   Rosettes awarded 1st to 6th place in each class. Annual trophies awarded to the winner of each class. After presentation in the ring, trophies will be returned to the Steward and should be collected from the Show Secretary’s office where they must be signed for.

2.   Handy Pony will be judged on perfo

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Summer Show Rules and General Information

1.   Rosettes awarded 1st to 6th place in each class. Annual trophies awarded to the winner of each class. After presentation in the ring, trophies will be returned to the Steward and should be collected from the Show Secretary’s office where they must be signed for.

2.   Handy Pony will be judged on performance.

3.   A horse or pony may not compete more than once in any class (Clear Round excluded).

4.   All competitors must have at least third-party liability insurance.

5.   All hats must conform to the most recent safety requirements.

6.   All hats must be correctly fastened when riders are mounted.  Random hat checks may be carried out.   

7.   All children under 16 years of age must be under the supervision of a responsible adult.  Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times.

8.   It is your responsibility to clear up all mess and/or rubbish (organic and inorganic) around your trailer/lorry before you leave.  Thank you!

9.   A photographer will be on site to cover the event throughout the day.  More details will be given over the tannoy on the day of the show.

10.  Hot and cold drinks, homemade food and delicious homebaking will be available to buy throughout the day!

11.  All timings of classes are approximate and whilst every effort is made to prevent classes overlapping, the show committee cannot accept

      responsibility for anyone missing his or her class or classes or entering the wrong class (entry fee will not be refunded).

12.  There will be breaks included at an appropriate point or points between classes in any of the show rings.  Information will be given via the tannoy

       and at the relevant ringside board.

13.  The judge’s decision is final.

14.  Please bring your own water buckets with you and where possible, filled water containers.  Whilst it will be possible for you to fill a water bucket on

       site, all water troughs will be covered and inaccessible.  Please refer to the Code of Conduct for vistors to MRT Events on our website at

       www.muirfieldridingtherapy.org.uk

15.   In the unlikely event that the Summer Show has to be cancelled, an email will be issued immediately to all competitors and a recorded message

       will be available from 18.00 hrs on the day prior to the show (telephone number 01620 842502). Please note this is the only contact

       number that will be available.  Muirfield Riding Therapy Summer Show Committee would make every endeavour to reschedule the show in the

       event of cancellation.

16. Equine passports for all visiting horses and ponies must be available for inspection.  Your horse or pony’s passport must clearly show proof

      of a complete equine influenza vaccination course and regular annual boosters.  Checks will be carried out on the day of the

      show. You will be aware that under the Horse Identification (Scotland) Regulations 2009 your horse or pony’s passport must accompany the

      animal when it moves anywhere, including to shows and competitions.  Failure to do so is a fineable offence. 

      For more information, refer to website www.defra.gov.uk where notes for guidance can be downloaded or phone the Horse Passports Team on

      0207 238 6039; email: horse.passports@defra.gsi.gov.uk

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Who & where

Organiser contact
Gill Tait
Mobile: 07971115848
Email: Entries@muirfieldridingtherapy.org.uk
Secretary
Gill Tait
Mobile: 07971115848
Email: entries@muirfieldridingtherapy.org.uk
Venue
Muirfield Riding Therapy
The Indoor Arena
West Fenton
North Berwick
East Lothian
EH39 5AL
01620 842 502
entries@muirfieldridingtherapy.org.uk
http://www.muirfieldridingtherapy.org.uk/


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