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Yarrow & Ettrick Pastoral Society Show Horse Event

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Yarrow & Ettrick Pastoral Society Show British Event Disciplines

Disciplines

Show Jumping         Showing         
Showing - In Hand         Showing - Ridden         
Working Hunter         

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Yarrow & Ettrick Pastoral Society Show Horse Event Classes

Classes

Saturday, 8th September, 2018
Class 1 Best Ridden Pony exceeding 13.2 hh, but not over 14.2 hh, rider 16 years and under - 8.00
Class 2 Best Ridden Pony, exceeding 12.2 hh, but not over 13.2 hh, rider 14 years and under - 8.00
Class 3 Best Ridden Pony, not exceeding 12.2 hh, rider 12 years and under - 8.00
Class 4 Best Lead Rein Pony, not exceeding 12.2 hh, rider 8 years and under - 8.00
Overall Pony Championship
Class 5 Best Brood Mare, with foal at foot (HUNTERS) - 8.00
Class 6 Best Hunter Foal - 8.00
Class 7 Best Colt, Filly or Gelding, 1, 2, or 3 years old, likely to make a good hunter. - 8.00
Class 8 Small Hunter, 15.2 hh and under. (Ridden) - 8.00
Class 9 Best Hunter over 15.2 hh. (Ridden) - 8.00
OVERALL RIDDEN CHAMPION
Class 10 Open Working Hunter (over 15hh) - 8.00
Class 11 Novice Working Hunter, over 15 hh - 8.00
Class 12 Small Working Hunter Pony - 8.00
Class 13 Working Hunter Pony - 8.00
Class 14 Best Pure-Bred Registered Pony of the following breeds - 8.00
Class 15 Best Pure Bred Registered Pony of the following breeds - 8.00
Class 16 Best Ridden Mountain & Moorland Type Pony 13.2 hh and under, - 8.00
Class 17 Best Ridden Mountain & Moorland Type Pony 13.2 hh but not exceeding 15 hh - 8.00
Class 18 Coloured Horse/Pony In hand - 8.00
Class 19 Coloured Horse over 15hh RIDDEN - 8.00
Class 20 Coloured Horse 15hh and under RIDDEN - 8.00
Class 21 Cob Youngstock (in Hand) COB - 8.00
Class 22 Lightweight Cob (Ridden) - 8.00
Class 23 Heavyweight & Maxi Cob (Ridden) - 8.00
Class 24 Best Retrained Racehorse (Ridden) The RoR Tattersalls Scottish Thoroughbred Show Series 2018
- 8.00
Supreme Horse Championship
Class 1 Lead Rein (Tiny Showjumps) - 8.00
Class 2 Best Jumping Pony, 12.2 hh or under, riders 12 years and under. - 8.00
Class 3 Best Jumping Pony, 13.2 hh and under, riders 14 years and under. - 8.00
Class 4 Novice Showjumping, over 14.2 hh, riders Any Age. - 8.00
Class 5 Best Jumping Pony, 14.2 hh. and under, riders 16 years and under. - 8.00
Class 6 Open Showjumping - 8.00


Yarrow & Ettrick Pastoral Society Show Equestrian Event Notes

Notes

Late Entries will be charged double and will not appear in Programme.
Please let us have entries as soon as possible
NUMBERS TO BE COLLECTED ON SHOW DAY FROM SECRETARY
NOVICE & OPEN LIST OF CLASSES
SHOW PONIES HUNTERS SHOW HUNTERS WORKING HUNTERS MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND COLOURED HORSE COB ROR SHOWJUMPING
ENTRIES ON FIELD ON DAY OF SHOW FOR: HANDY PONY website: www.yarrowshow.co.uk




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Yarrow & Ettrick Pastoral Society Show Horse Event Terms and conditions

Event Terms & Conditions

Rules & Regulations
1. The SOCIETY shall be called the “YARROW & ETTRICK PASTORAL SOCIETY” 2. The objects of the SOCIETY shall be:
(1) Improvement of the Breed of Sheep, Cattle, Horses and other animals, and in particular the encouragement of the production and maintenance of the Breed of Cheviot and Blackfaced Sheep. (2) To encourage the Breeding and Training of Hunters suitable for the Border District. (3) To encourage efficiency in the practice of home-baking, butter-making, and cookery, the making of household and domestic articles and generally to take such action as will popularise and brighten the amenities of rural life in the most homely and least expensive way. (4) To hold a Show or Shows annually within the Society’s District, and to offer premiums for competition. (5) The diffusion of information and discussion of matters affecting pastoral and agricultural interests, and the extension of social intercourse among members. (6) To institute enquiry, to promote reforms, and to assist members of kindred Societies in prosecuting or defending legal or other proceedings in matters relating to agriculture or live stock, and for that purpose to make such contributions from the funds as the members may appoint. (7) Such other objects connected with agriculture and horticulture and the promotion of the interests of members as may be approved of from time to time at General Meetings of the Society. 3. The district of the Society shall embrace the Parishes of Yarrow, Ettrick, Kirkhope, Ashkirk and Selkirk, including the Burgh
of Selkirk. 4. The General Meeting of the Society shall be held annually in February; and the Annual Show in September, on a date to be fixed at the General Meeting. A Committee of Management shall be appointed each year, at the General Meeting—five members to form a quorum, inclusive of office-bearers. 5. Members’ Annual Subscriptions, £10; Shepherds and Cottagers, £7. Contributors of £10 and upwards residing outside the District of the Society, or in the Burgh of Selkirk, shall be eligible for membership. Non-members of the Society will be charged double for all Sheep and Cattle entries. Members whose subscriptions and entry money have not been paid at time of entry will not be allowed to compete.
6. Life Membership is secured by a single payment of £150 to the Life Membership Secretary. 7. Entries must be made two clear weeks before the Show. 8. All Stock, etc., exhibited must have been the property of the Exhibitors for three months previous to the Show, except where stated “No Restrictions” in the Prize-List. Field and Garden Produce must have been grown in the Field or Garden of Exhibitor. Window Plants must have been in the possession of Exhibitor for six weeks previous to Show. 9. Tups may be fed throughout the year at the discretion of the Exhibitor. 10. Tup Lambs must have been bred and reared on the hill, but they may be spained and brought in from the hill, on or after
1st August, and fed at the discretion of the Exhibitor from then till the Show.
11. All Sheep must have been clipped on or after the first day of June preceding the Show. Tups may be clipped on or after
6th April. Cheviots in their new wool. 12. All Rams shown, except such as are Home-Bred, must be used in the Show District during the whole of the ensuing
season, unless they have been so used in a previous season. 13. The Committee shall have power at any time to call upon an Exhibitor to furnish proof that the Stock exhibited by him has
complied with the above Rules. 14. The Judges are empowered to withhold or modify the Prize-Money where they consider the Exhibits are not of sufficient
merit, especially where there is limited competition.
15. The Judges’ decision to be final and indisputable. 16. All protests must be lodged in writing with the Secretary before 4 p.m., and shall be dealt with by the Protest Committee (whose decision will be final), at the conclusion of the judging, each protest to be accompanied by a deposit of £10, which shall be forfeited if the Committee consider the Protest frivolous. 17. The Society will not hold itself responsible for any accident that may befall any stock or exhibitor. 18. All Stock to be penned by 9 a.m. on the morning of the Show, and no Stock to be removed before 4 p.m. No Prize-
Money will be given if this Rule is infringed. 19. The Secretary will supply Tickets of Admission to persons in charge of stock. Members and Donors will also be supplied
with Free Tickets. No one without a Ticket will be admitted to the Judging Ring. No dogs allowed in the Judging Rings. No Passes will be issued to Exhibitors in any Section unless the entry money amounts to £10.00 or upwards. The Yard will be open for Exhibitors to stage their Exhibits up to 9 a.m., when it will be cleared, and everybody without a Ticket charged the intimated rates of admission. 20. Shepherds will have the right to show their masters’ Ewe Lambs off their own hirsels, provided either they or their
masters are Members, and they comply with class conditions and regulations. 21. It shall not be competent to dissolve the Society so long as it is in possession of any funds or capital apart from the
subscriptions of Members, and in no event shall it be dissolved without the consent of three-fourths of the Members. 22. Any Member who has not resigned his membership in writing before 1st December shall be liable for the Annual
Subscription for that year.
23. No alteration can be made on these Rules except at the General Meeting of the Society held in February.


Dates (2018) Yarrow & Ettrick Pastoral Society Show British Event Dates
Aug
25
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