Rules and regulations1.Exhibitors of bovines and equines are advised to ensure they have their own public liability insurance.2.
In all classes restricted in height, animals may be measured by theSociety’s Hon. Veterinary Surgeon.
Any handler whose animal is not in his/her control, may be asked toremove said animal from the Arena/Showfield, at the discretion of the Judge or Stewards.
Competitors who leave their animal unattended when tied in anunconfined area will be subject to
elimination or a fine
at all A.I.R.C. activities.
The decision of all Judges to be final.
Any objection to any winner in any class or competition must belodged in writing with the Hon. Secretary within ONE HOUR of thejudging of the event, together with a fee of
50, which will be for-feited in the event of the objection being over-ruled.
The Society reserves the right to alter or cancel any class or competi-tion at any time.
The Society reserves the right to replace or substitute any prize-money, by a cup, trophy, or nomination, or vice-versa.
9.SHARP SPURS MUST NOT BE WORN.
Judges may disqualify any competitor who is, in their opinion, using unnecessary severity on ahorse. The judges of jumping competitions may eliminate any horse, which is acting in a dangerous manner or highly destructive manner;any such horse may be eliminated at any stage of its rounds.
Competitors must have regard to safety of animals and other com-petitors and the public in any practice arena or pocket area. Failureto have regard to safety, or disobeying the instructions of show offi-cials and stewards may cause a competitor to be eliminated beforetheir competition begins, forfeiting the entry fee.
The Society takes no responsibility for any accident or loss.
All Prizewinners of classes may be examined by the Hon. Veterinary Surgeon.
Any exhibitor entering an animal in any event in the Show does soon the understanding that the animal has not been in contact withany infectious or notifiable disease within two months of the Show.
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