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DUNDONALD FARMERS’ SOCIETY SCIO

Established 1865

OPEN SHOW
Dundonald Camp Track, Ayr Road, Irvine (A78) Saturday, 26th April, 2014 Commencing at 9.00am

Entries taken on field for Sheep, Cattle, Pets, Dogs, Clear Round Jumping & Clydesdales

Entries for all other classes close Wednesday, 23rd April, 2014 late entries may be accepted at double fee and must be received by the Secretary:
Miss Margaret Crawford, c/o Stewart Gilmour & Co. Chartered Accountants, 24 Beresford Terrace, Ayr, KA7 2EG. Telephone: 01292 266768 Fax: 01292 611295. E-mail: margaret@stewartgilmour.co.uk

Programme Sponsored by: Caledonian Paper “Your Good Neighbours”

DUNDONALD FARMERS’ SOCIETY
Honorary President: Mr. RICHARD VERNON, Troon Honorary Vice-Presidents: J. Dougal Gray, Esq., David Goldie, Esq., Hugh Dunlop, Esq., Miss Janette Dykes Honorary Veterinary Surgeons: MBM Veterinary Group, Kilmarnock President: Jim Davidson, Sunnyside Cottage, 11b Hillhead, Coylton, Ayrshire Vice-President: Allan Baird, Langholme Farm, Symington, Ayrshire Show Convenors: Messrs. David Goldie, J.Dougal Gray, Hugh Dunlop and Robert Young Treasurer: Mrs Robert Young, Drybridge First Aid: BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY ..................................... DUNDONALD FARMERS’ SOCIETY will hold a GRAND PRIZE DRAW in the Show Field on Saturday 26th April at approximately 3.00pm. 1st PRIZE - £150 2nd PRIZE - £75 and many other attractive prizes ........................................... LUNCHES, TEAS, SNACKS and REFRESHMENTS will be available in the Show Field.

1(a) All animals exhibited must be in possession of the Exhibitor either one month before or one month after the date of the Show otherwise all prize money will be forfeited. (b) All exhibitors must be day members of the Society: Membership £2.00 2 (a) (b) (c) (d) CATTLE Only cattle from Accredited Herds in the Brucellosis (Accredited) Herds Scheme will be allowed to compete. All cattle exhibited uncalved should calve before 1st July, 2014 with the exception of back-calvers. All yield stock exhibited must have had no calf or will not calve before 1st July, 2014. No cattle to be shown from a stock in which any infectious disease has appeared within 3 months prior to the date of the Show. (e) No stock likely to calve on the day of the Show to be exhibited. (f) Passports must accompany all cattle. 3 All entries must be prepaid. Acceptance of entries by the Secretary cannot be taken as proof of eligibility. (a) In the Cattle, Sheep, dogs and Pets Sections, entries must be in the hands of the Secretary or Ringside Steward prior to the commencement of judging. (b) For Clear Round Jumping entries are taken at the entrance to the Ring on the day of the Show. In all other horse and pony classes, entries close on 23rd April, 2014. Late entries may only be accepted at the discretion of the Secretary but at double entry fee. 4 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. No protest or complaint can be accepted after the day of the Show. A protest or complaint must be made in writing and the sum of £10. must be deposited with the Secretary and will be forfeited if not upheld. All disputes regarding these Regulations will be settled by the Committee from whose decision there is no appeal. (This does not affect matters which are covered by B.D.S., B.S.P.S., Kennel or C.H.S. Club Rules). All Society Trophies must be returned to the Secretary 7 days prior to date of the Show. A parade of prize winners and presentation of trophies will take place in each Show Ring after the last Class has been judged. The Committee reserve the right to measure a pony if thought necessary. Dundonald Farmers’ Society or any of its Directors or Servants shall not be in any way responsible or accountable for anything that may happen from any cause or circumstances whatsoever to exhibitors or their servants or vehicles or any spectators or any other property brought into the Showground.

THOMAS MURRAY
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS – DUNDONALD, KILMARNOCK

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DUNDONALD FARMERS’ SOCIETY greatly appreciate the donations and support given by the folIowing:-

Agricar B0CM Pauls Café Rezelle Campbell (Fuel) Oils Craig Wilson Ltd. Dowhill Country Fayre First Saddlery Fullwoodhead Dairy Supplies Gill Shop W.P. Hair Harbro Hillhouse Quarry Ltd. Wm. Kerr (SAME Tractors) Jack Lamb Agric. Merchant Macmin Ltd. McCallums Caravans, Stepps Mr. & Mrs. Jack McGeoch Tom O’Neil of Ayr John Rankin (Butcher) Scotmin Scotwest Oils John Smith & Sons J.M. Sommerville Tommy Floyd Mrs. Townley Richard Vernon Robert Wiseman & Sons Brian Young, Drybridge Wilson’s Auctions, Dalry

George Allan The Beresford at Ayr James G. Bryan Caledonian Paper J.P. Campbell & Sons Craighill Tyre Services, Irvine Everything Equestrian, Busby Fraser’s Garden Centre Gibb of Galston Country Store Robert H. Goldie Ltd. Hamilton Bros., Tarbolton Highgrove House Hotel Hope Homes Scotland Lang Bros. (Motors) Ltd. Langholm Farm Shop & Tea Room Mathieson Family Tom Murray Agric. Engineer McCaskie (Farm Supplies) Ltd., Ayr Quest Farm Supplies Scotlee Transport Scottish Oils B.P. Oil Ltd. Sheer Genius, Dundonald L.S. Smellie Soil Fertility Dunns Ltd., Sugar & Spice, Troon Tower Tools The Old Castle - Bar Restaurant Walter Watson, Dundonald Wm. Young (Kilmarnock)

CATTLE Judge: Mr Hugh Guthrie, Kilmarnock Classes will be run in Numerical Order commencing with Class I at 10.30am Ring Al HOLSTEIN FREISIAN CHAMPIONSHIP for JAMES REID TROPHY Class 1 Class 3 Class 5 Class 7 Class 9 Class 11 Heifer in Milk or Calf. Cow in Milk or Calf. Cow or Heifer bred by Exhibitor. Pair of Animals shown in other Classes. Bull or Heifer Calf (Born between 1st May and 31st October 2013). Bull or Heifer Calf (Born on or after 1st November 2013) - Leaders to be under 14 years.

Ring Al AYRSHIRE and ANY OTHER DAIRY BREED CHAMPIONSHIP for JAMES CRAIG LTD CUP Class 2 Class 4 Class 6 Class 8 Class 10 Class 12 Heifer in Milk or Calf. Cow in Milk or Calf. Cow or Heifer bred by Exhibitor. Pair of Animals shown in other Classes. Bull or Heifer Calf (Born between 1st May and 31st October 2013). Bull or Heifer Calf (Born on or after 1st November 2013) - Leaders to be under 14 years.

COMBINED CLASSES ANY DAIRY BREED Class 13 MILK RECORD CLASS Any age, having produced a minimum of 160kg Butterfat as a Cow and l53lkg as a heifer in 305 days in last completed lactation. Must calve in 15 months from commencement of previous lactation. 40 points per 9kg Butterfat over the minimum. Milk Record Sheet must be produced at the Show. Maximum points for inspection - 200. PEWTER TANKARD presented by B.O.C.M. PAULS LTD. for 1st. Class 14 Cow in milk or calf (Confined to Dundonald Parish). Class 15 Heifer in milk or calf (Confined to Dundonald Parish). DAIRY CATTLE CHAMPIONSHIP for THE JAMES REID TROPHY and 1 bag calf mixture donated by James P. Campbell & Sons and £20 prize money. Class winners in the Holstein Freisian Section. DAIRY CATTLE CHAMPIONSHIP for THE JAMES CRAIG LTD. CUP and 1 bag calf mixture donated by James P. Campbell & Sons and £20 prize money. Class winners in the Ayrshire and Any Other Dairy Breed Section 1 Bag of feed kindly donated by Robbie Duncan of Quest Farm Supplies Ltd. to the Overall Dairy Champion. RING Al BEEF CATTLE Judge: Mr Hugh Guthrie, Kilmarnock Class 16 PRIME HEIFER. Any age. Class 17 PRIME BULLOCK. Any age. Class 18 BEEF BREEDING ANIMAL - Any age (not shown in any other class). Prize donated by Scotmin. Class 19 BULL OR HEIFER CALF Born on or after 1st August 2013. Class 20 BEEF ANIMAL - (Confined to DUNDONALD PARISH). BEEF CATTLE CHAMPIONSHIP for the CROSSBURN CUP presented by John Young. Esq. and a bag of calf mixture donated by James P. Campbell & Sons and £20. prize money donated by Tom Murray - Class winners in the Beef Section. CHAMPIONSHIPS CONFINED CHAMPIONSHIP (DUNDONALD PARISH) for the SOCIETY SHIELD and 1 bag calf mixture donated by James P. Campbell & Sons. - Class winners of classes 14, 15, and 20. SUPREME CATTLE CHAMPIONSHIP for the JAMES D. DONALD PERPETUAL TROPHY - 1 Bag of feed kindly donated by Robbie Duncan of Quest Farm Supplies Ltd. to the Champion. POINT CHAMPIONSHIP for the HUGH SMITH CUP Awarded to the exhibitor with most points in classes 1 to 20. Points for the first three places in the classes plus one extra point per animal shown by exhibitor. 1 Bag of feed kindly donated by Robbie Duncan of Quest Farm Supplies Ltd. to the Champion. Entries in the Cattle Section are limited to members only - Membership fee £1.00. ENTRY FEES £2.00 per entry PRIZES 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £2 ENTRIES AT THE RINGSIDE TRAILER BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF JUDGING

SHEEP If entries come from M.V. Accredited - stock should be accompanied by a fully completed valid Green SAC Certificate. The sheep steward must be notified so that any regulations of the sheep and goat health scheme can be complied with. A Scrapie approved section will be available for Scrapie monitored exhibitors. Scrapie monitored Certificate of Registration must be produced before admission to the Showfield. JUDGING TO COMMENCE 11.00am Judge: Mr Hugh Guthrie, Kilmarnock. RING A2 SUFFOLK SHEEP Class 21 Tup Class 22 Ewe Class 23 Ewe Hogg Class 24 Ewe Lamb Class 25 Tup Lamb Suffolk Champion for £20 Prize Money. RING A2 BLUE FACED LEICESTER SHEEP Class 26 Tup Class 27 Ewe Class 28 Ewe Hogg Class 29 Ewe Lamb Class 30 Tup Lamb Blue-Faced Leicester Champion for £20 Prize Money. RING A2 TEXEL SHEEP Class 31 Tup Class 32 Ewe Class 33 Ewe Hogg Class 34 Ewe Lamb Class 35 Tup Lamb Texel Champion for £20 Prize Money. RING A2 CONTINENTAL SHEEP Class 36 Tup Class 37 Ewe Class 38 Ewe Hogg Class 39 Ewe Lamb Class 40 Tup Lamb Continental Champion for £20 Prize Money. RING A2 Class 41 Ewe and Pair Cross Lambs. To be Shown in Pen Classes 21 to 41 Entry Fee £2 Prizes. 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £2. Supreme Championship for £50 Prize Money. All prize money has been kindly sponsored by Hillhouse Quarry, Harbro kindly donate 4 bags of sheep cake or pedigree Lamb cake and 1 Vit-Ewe-Min to be awarded.

TOM O’NEIL

17 Cedar Road, Ayr

Gates: Huge range of field/yard and internal gates, 5’ high holding gates (any style/any size). Fencing: Large stocks of British timber square and round stobs (1st and 2nd class), straining posts, stays, paling rail and crash barriers. Quality British made Tornado and Sentinel wire netting, barb, plain, rabbit netting and fencing ironmongery. Feeding Equipment: Calf and cattle troughs, calf pens, cattle and sheep feed rings, wooden and metal sheep troughs, cattle and sheep feed barriers, calf and lamb creep feeder, water troughs, silage feed trailers, barley beef feeders. Handling Equipment: Cattle crushes to suit any breed, headstock gates, portable cattle hurdles, cow cubicles (all types), portable/fixed sheep penning, lamb weighers, sheep rollover crates, foot baths, calf dehorners. We specialise in made to measure cattle and sheep housing and handling layouts. Regular deliveries to most areas (no charge). Phone anytime for a keen price. Tel: (01292) 280358. Mobile: 07775 842813

A3 - CLYDESDALE HORSES JUDGING TO COMMENCE at 11.30am Affiliated to the Clydesdale Horse Society Judge: Jim Rochhead A shield (which will be supplied and engraved by the Clydesdale Horse Society) will be awarded to the best yearling or two-year- old colt or filly (excluding Grade-ups) registered or eligible for registration with the Society, not having won a shield before in its lifetime. The exhibitor must be a current member of The Clydesdale Horse Society. All entries £3 per horse plus £2 for First Aid Class 42 Mare Three Years and Over. Class kindly sponsored by Walter Watson, Kilmarnock Road, Dundonald. Class 43 Gelding Three Years and Over. Class kindly sponsored by Craighill Tyres, Irvine. Class 44 Colt, Gelding or Filly, over 1 year of age but not exceeding 2 years of age. Class kindly sponsored by Scotlee Transport . Class 44b Colt, Gelding or Filly not exceeding 1 years of age. Class kindly sponsored by McCallums Caravans. Class 45 Young Handlers Class. An engraved medal is presented by the Clydesdale Horse Society to the best young handler aged 12 to 16 on the day of the show who has not already qualified in 2014. The capabilities of the handler are to be assessed, not the animal being led. The qualifier will be eligible to compete in the final at The Royal Highland Show in 2015. The Young Handler Scheme and The Young Handler Final is generously sponsored by the James Bennett Fund. Only animals that have already competed in the normal show may be used. Entire colts are not allowed. Rosettes will be provided to all entrants by The Clydesdale Horse Society. Handlers may still compete in the final at the Royal Highland Show although they may be aged 17 by that point. The qualifying cut-off date is the actual day of the affiliated show. Our Class is kindly sponsored by Jack Lamb, Agricultural Merchant, Burnton Farm, Ayr. Prizes - 1st £6 : 2nd £5 : 3rd £4 : 4th £3 : 5th £1 : 6th £1. Class 46 Ridden Class - Rider has to be 14 years of age or older. (To be judged as a ridden hunter class). This class is a qualifier for the Blair Castle Ridden Clydesdale Championships to be held at Blair Castle International Horse Trials and Country Fair on Sunday 24th August 2014. The first two in each class to qualify. Qualification may go down to fourth place, if horses placed lst and 2nd have previously qualified. Registered Clydesdales and those eligible for registration may Qualify and enter for the Championship. Prizes - 1st £10 : 2nd £6 : 3rd £4 Championship for £30 Sponsored by Agricar Reserve Champion £15 Sponsored by W.P. Hair The Tom Frew Perpetual Clydesdale Shield presented by the family to the Champion Clydesdale.

ENTRY FORM

ENTRY FORM

PONIES (RIDDEN) This Show is affiliated to the British Show Pony Society (B.S.P.S.), (Number 0006) and all persons entering, competing, showing or otherwise taking part in B.S.P.S. classes, whether or not members of the B.S.P.S. are subject to the Rules of the B.S.P.S., including the disciplinary procedures, and shall be deemed to have consented to the jurisdiction of the B.S.P.S. This show is a qualifier for the 2014 B.S.P.S. Championship Show to be held at Arena UK. The 1st and 2nd prize winners in classes 55,56,57,58,61,62,63,64, 69 & 70 the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winners in Classes 54,59,60 & 68 and the 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th prize winners in Classes 53,65 and 67 will qualify provided the animal is registered in accordance with Rule 23 and 28 and ridden by a B.S.P.S. member. This Show is a qualifier for the B.S.P.S. Challenge, the highest placed pony in the Lead Rein, First Ridden, Open Show Pony, Open Show Hunter Pony Nursery Stakes, Open Working Hunter Pony and Open Intermediate SH, SRT and WH that has not qualified for the B.S.P.S. 2014 Horse of the Year Show in the appropriate class will qualify. If the highest placed pony has already qualified for the B.S.P.S. Challenge, the qualification will be awarded to the next eligible pony. In the Cradle Stakes the highest placed pony that has not qualified for the ‘BSPS Challenge’ will qualify, if the highest placed pony has already qualified, the qualification will be awarded to the next eligible pony. The final will be held at The BSPS Summer Championship Show. This Show is a qualifier for the ‘BSPS Best Rider of the Year”. The Best Rider in the Open Lead Rein, First Ridden, Mixed height Show Pony, the l22cms, l33cms, l43cms and l53cms. SHP, the Cradle and Nursery Stakes, the l33cms, l43cms and l53cms. WHP, Open Intermediate SH, SRT and WH will receive a Card and qualify for the final at the BSPS Summer Championships Show. This Show is a qualifier for the BSPS Champion of Champions. The Champion Mini Show Pony, The Champion Mini WHP, The Champion Open WHP, Champion SHP and the Champion Intermediate will qualify. This Show is a qualifier for the “BSPS PREMIER LEAGUE”, the 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th placed ponies in the Lead Rein and First Ridden, Show Pony, l22cms., l33cms., l43cms., and l53cms. Show Hunter Pony, Cradle and Nursery Stakes l33cms., l43cms., and l53cms. Working Hunter Pony, Open Intermediate SH, SRT and WH. Rule 23: Ponies must be registered before the date of the Show at which they qualify for the B.S.P.S. Summer and Winter Championships, except in the case of exhibitors who have never been members before who are allowed 7 days in which to become members arid register their ponies providing they have a valid J.M.B. Certificate before the date of the Championship they qualifiy for. Rule 28: Owners, Riders and Ponies must be registered with the BSPS before the date of the show at which they qualify for the B.S.P.S. Summer and Winter Championships, except in the case of exhibitors who have never been members before who are allowed 7 days in which to become members and register their ponies. ALL CLASSES OPEN TO NON-MEMBERS OF THE B.S.P.S. In particular, riders attention is drawn to the Rule of Dress where correctly secured British Standard Skull Caps/Riding Hats Nos. PAS015, EN1384(USA) ASTMFI 163 that meet current Safety Standards MUST be worn by riders at all times when mounted. Course Builder - Tricia Fearn. We are a qualifier for the Blair Castle Open Working Hunter Pony Series: Class numbers 56 to 59 are qualifiers. Ponies placed first to fourth in each class will qualify for the Championships held at Blair Castle International Horse Trials and Country Fair on Thursday 21st August, 2014. Qualification may go down to sixth place if higher placed ponies have previously qualified. Classes to be judged in line with B.S.P.S. rules.

RING B - LIGHT HORSE (Ridden) JUDGING TO COMMENCE at 9.00am PROMPT Judge: Mrs Amanda Goldie, Dalrymple. Class 47 and 48 will jump in Ring C and then come back to Ring B. Class 47 NOVICE WORKING HUNTER, Horse Rider combination not to have won £5 or 1st at any open Show. Jumps not exceeding 3ft. Class 48 WORKING HUNTER, mare or gelding, four years old or over. Judging will be 60% for jumping performance (40% jumping and 20% style and presence) and 40% for ride and conformation. JUMPS NOT EXCEEDING 3ft 3ins. - Hyborough Challenge. Trophy presented by Mrs. Sally Gray. Class 49 SHOW HUNTER, mare or gelding, four years old or over exceeding 148cm (14.2hh) and not exceeding 158cm (15.2hh). Class 50 SHOW HUNTER, mare or gelding, four years old or over exceeding 158cm (15.2hh). Class 51 RIDING HORSE, mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 148cm (14.2hh) and not exceeding 158cm (15.2hh). Class 52 RIDING HORSE, mare or gelding, four years old or over, exceeding 158cm (15.2hh). Prizes: lst £6 : 2nd £4 3rd £3 : 4th £2. Classes kindly sponsored by Tommy Floyd, Agricultural Contractor and supplier of quality Hay, Haylage & Straw Championship - The Society’s Coronation Cup to be competed for by 1st and 2nd prize winners in Classes 47 - 52. RING C - Working Hunter Ponies. JUDGING TO COMMENCE at approx. 1O.30am for Class 53 Class 56 WILL COMMENCE pm. Jumps will be set at height in accordance with BSPS Handbook. Class 47 & 48 will jump in Ring C and then return to Ring B. Judge: Mrs. P.C. Stirling, Galashiels. Class 47 NOVICE WORKING HUNTER, Horse or Rider combination not to have won £5 or 1st at any open Show. Jumps not exceeding 3ft. Class 48 WORKING HUNTER, mare or gelding, four years old or over. Judging will be 60% for jumping performance (40% jumping and 20% style and presence) and 40% for ride and conformation. JUMPS NOT EXCEEDING 3ft 3ins. - Hyborough Challenge Trophy presented by Mrs. Sally Gray. Class 53 The BSPS Mixed Height Novice W.H.P./WH Mare or gelding 4 years and over not exceeding 158cm (15.2hh). Riders MUST Jump in their correct height section and be the correct age for the height of the animal they ride. Riders may ride more than one pony providing the animals are of different Height sections. Riders must declare if they are competing in the 153cm or the Intermediate Section. Jumping phase starts with 158cm height section. Class 54 The BSPS CRADLE STAKES, mare or gelding, four years old and over not exceeding 122cm (l2hh). Riders not to have attained their 11th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. Class 55 The BSPS NURSERY STAKE5, mare or gelding four years old and over not exceeding 133cm (l3hh). Riders not to have attained their 13th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. The Corsefords Topaz Nursery Stakes Trophy - presented by the Rodman Family. BSPS MINI WORKING HUNTER PONY CHAMPIONSHIP to be competed for by the 1st and 2nd prize winners in Classes 54 & 55. The Champion will qualify for the Champion of Champions.

Class 56 The BSPS OPEN W.H.P. Mare or gelding, four years old and over not exceeding 133cm (l3hh). Riders not to have attained their l4 Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. Class Sponsored by the Mathieson Family. The Ceffyl Du (Tarmac) Perpetual Trophy to the winner. Class 57 The BSPS OPEN W.H.P. Mare or gelding, four years old and over exceeding 133cm (l3hh), and not exceeding 143cm (l4hh). Riders not to have attained their 17th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. Class 58 The BSPS OPEN W.H.P. Mare or gelding, four years old and over exceeding 143cm (l4hh), and not exceeding 153cm (l5hh). Riders not to have attained their 20th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. Class 59 The BSPS OPEN INTERMEDIATE WORKING HUNTER. Mare or gelding. 4 years old or over, exceeding 148 cms. (14.2hh) and not exceeding l58cms. (15.2hh). Riders not to have attained their 25th Birthday before 1st January in the current year. BSPS Working Hunter Pony Championship for the Morag Hay Memorial Trophy to be competed for by the 1st and 2nd prize winners in Classes 56-59. The Champion will qualify for the Champion of Champions. Prizes: 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £3 : 4th £2 D - SHOW HUNTER PONIES - Open to Non-members of B.S.P.S. JUDGING TO COMMENCE at 9.00am Judge: Mrs Karen J. Slight, Berwickshire Class 60 The BSPS INTERMEDIATE SHOW HUNTER TYPE, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 148cm (14.2hh), and not exceeding 158cm (15.2hh). Riders not to have attained their 25th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. Class 61 The BSPS PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 143cm (l4hh), and not exceeding 153cm (l5hh). Riders not to have attained their 20th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year.

Class 62 The BSPS PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 133cm (l3hh), and not exceeding 143cm (l4hh). Riders not to have attained their 17th Birthday before lst January, in the current year. Class 63 The BSPS PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, exceeding 122cm (l2hh), and not exceeding 133cm (l3hh). Riders not to have attained their 14th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. Class 64 The BSPS PONY OF SHOW HUNTER TYPE, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old and over, not exceeding 122cm (l2hh). Riders not to have attained their 12th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. BSPS SHOW HUNTER CHAMPIONSHIPS for the Dundonald Farmer’s Society Challenge Trophy to be competed for by the 1st and 2nd Prize Winners in Classes 61-64. The Champion will qualify for the BSPS Champion of Champions. Class 65 The BSPS MIXED HEIGHT NOVICE SHOW HUNTER PONY Mare or Gelding 4 years, or over, not exceeding 153cm (l5hh). Riders must be correct age for height of pony shown. Class 66 The BSPS NOVICE INTERMEDIATE SHOW HUNTER Mare or Gelding 4 years, or over, exceeding 148cm (14.2hh) and not exceeding 158cm (15.2hh). Riders not to have attained their 25th Birthday before 1st January, in the current year. Prizes: 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £3 : 4th £2 RING D - SHOW PONIES - Open to Non-members of B.S.P.S. Judging may follow on after Class 66 Judge: Mrs Karen J. Slight, Berwickshire Class 67 The BSPS Mixed height Open Show Pony, Mare or Gelding 4 years or over, not exceeding 148cms (14.2hh) Riders must be correct age for the height of the pony they ride. The Dundonald Cherryknowe Trophy presented by George Tannock, Esq., Class 68 The B.S.P.S. Mixed Height Open Intermediate Show Riding Type, Mare or Gelding, 4 years old or over, exceeding 146cms. but not exceeding l58cms. Riders not to have attained their 25th Birthday before 1st January in the current year. Class 69 The BSPS Leading Rein Pony, Mare or Gelding, 4 years or over, not exceeding 122cm (l2hh). Riders not to have attained their 8th Birthday before 1st January in the current year. The BSPS CaIdwell Leading Rein Cup presented by Mr. J. CaIdwell. Class 70 The BSPS First Ridden Pony, not exceeding 122cm (l2hh). Ponies in snaffle bridle only. Riders not to have attained their 10th Birthday before 1st January in the current year. The BSPS Hazelden Challenge Trophy presented by Mr. & Mrs. W Young. BSPS Open Mini Show Pony Championships open to ponies that have been placed first or second in the Open Lead Rein and Open First Ridden classes only (Classes 69 & 70). The Champion will qualify for the Champion of Champions. Prizes: 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £2.

RING E - TURN OUT OF PONY & RIDER AND BEST RIDER JUDGING TO COMMENCE at 9.00am Judge: Mrs Jane Howard, Dundonald Class 71 Best turned out horse/pony and rider, riders 18 years and under. The Mary Lockhart Perpetual Trophy for the winner plus voucher from J.M. Sommerville. The best placed resident of Dundonald Parish wins The Wellwood Trophy presented by W. Adrain, Esq., and voucher donated by J.M. Sommerville. (Please state on entry if eligible). Class 72 The Best Rider - Open. The Robertson Perpetual Challenge Cup presented by Mr. & Mrs. J.A. Robertson and voucher donated by J.M. Sommerville. Rosettes to 6th Place. ARAB & VETERAN HORSE JUDGING TO COMMENCE immediately after Class 72 Judge: M/s Pat Ramsay, Irvine Class 73 Arab or Part Bred Arab 4 years old and over. To be shown under saddle. Class 74 Arab or Part Bred Arab any age. To be shown in Hand. Class 75 Veteran horse or pony (15 years and over). To be shown under saddle. Prizes: 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £2. RING E - COLOURED HORSES JUDGING TO COMMENCE at 11.30am (Ring will be split) Judge: M/s Pat Ramsay, Irvine Class 76 Horse or Pony any height, 4 years old and over to be shown under saddle. If numbers are sufficient this Class will be split at the judges discretion. Prize Money kindly donated by Hope Homes. Class 77 Horse or Pony any height, any age to be shown in hand. If numbers are sufficient this Class will be split at the judges discretion. Prize Money kindly donated by Hope Homes. Prizes: 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £2. RING E - LIGHT HORSE & MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND Judge: Kirsteen Watson, Kilmarnock Judging to commence pm Class 78 MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND (All Native Breeds - Small) any age. To be shown in hand. Jean Baillie Cup. Kindly donated by First Saddlery - First Prize: £15 Voucher, Second Prize: £10 Voucher and Third Prize: £5 Voucher. Class 79 MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND (All Native Breeds - Large) - any age. To be shown in Hand. Kindly donated by First Saddlery - First Prize: £15 Voucher, Second Prize: £10 Voucher and Third Prize: £5 Voucher. IN HAND CHAMPIONSHIP - The McDonald Oils perpetual Trophy presented by Mr. R. Bicket to be competed for by the 1st and 2nd prize winners in Classes 78 and 79. Kindly donated by First Saddlery - £20 Voucher to Champion. Class 80 RIDDEN MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND - Small Breeds. Class 80b RIDDEN MOUNTAIN & MOORLAND - Large Breeds. First Place from Class 80 & Class 80b compete for The Kerr Baillie Trophy . Prizes: 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £2.

RING F - SHOW JUMPING (Unaffiliated) No late entries will be accepted in this section after commencement of Class. Any rider competing with the wrong number will be disqualified. JUDGING TO COMMENCE at 9.30am PROMPT Judge: Cheryl Wallace, Zoe and Stuart Heaney Class 81 NOVICE JUMPING for ponies up to 148cm (14.2hh) never to have won a first prize jumping ridden by a competitor any age. The William Townley Memorial Trophy and Rosettes. Presented by the Townley family. Class 82 Jumping for Ponies not exceeding 128cm (12.2hh). Riders 12 years or under. Class 83 Jumping for ponies exceeding 128cm (12.2hh) but not exceeding 138cm (13.2hh) Riders 14 years and under. Kindly sponsored by Tommy Floyd, Craigie - Haylage and straw supplier. Class 84 Jumping for ponies exceeding 138cm (13.2hh) and not exceeding 148cm (14.2hh). Riders 16 years or under. The Dalblair Motors Perpetual Trophy. Class 85 Scurry for Ponies not exceeding 138cm (13.2hh), Riders 14 years or under. Class 86 Scurry for Ponies exceeding 138cm (13.2hh) not exceeding 148cm (14.2hh). Riders 16 year or under. Kindly sponsored by Tommy Floyd, Craigie - Haylage and straw supplier. Class 87 “Top Score” for ponies not exceeding 128cm (12.2hh) Riders 12 years or under. Kindly sponsored by Tommy Floyd, Craigie - Haylage and straw supplier. Class 88 ‘Top Score” for ponies exceeding 128cm (12.2hh) and not exceeding 138cm (13.2hh). Riders 14 years or under. Class 89 “Top Score” for ponies exceeding 138 cm (13.2hh) and not exceeding 148cm (14.2hh). Riders 16 years or under. “Top Score” competitor gets a time to jump jumps of a set value, each jump scores points and the winner is the highest points scorer in the allowed time. Prizes - 1st £5 : 2nd £3 : 3rd £2 : 4th £1.

RING G - CLEAR ROUND JUMPING The ring will be available for Clear Round Jumping from 9.30am until 11.30am. The height of the jumps will be from ground level, working their way upwards to the height of the first jumping class and from 4.00pm the height of the jump will depend on demand. Entry Fee: £3.00 per entry. Entry at the ringside only. RING G - JUDGING TO COMMENCE AT 11.35am Judges: John Bryson, Dundonald; Natalie Speirs, Dundonald Class 90 NOVICE for HORSES not to hove won a 1st Prize Jumping. Rider any age. Class 91 OPEN HORSE for horses exceeding 148cm (14.2hh). The William Barbour Memorial Trophy. Kindly sponsored by Everything Equestrian, Busby Equitation Centre. Class 92 SCURRY for Horses exceeding 148cm (14.2hh). Riders any age. Class 93 HORSE/PONY & HOUND - Rider and Horse to jump small course and then rider to dismount and take dog round small agility course. Class 94 Chase Me Charlie for Horses exceeding 148cm (14.2hh). Kindly sponsored by Tommy Floyd, Craigie - Haylage and straw supplier. A “Chase me Charlie” consists of one warm up jump and another jump which you keep jumping until there is only one horse left going clear. Prizes - 1st £5 : 2nd £3 : 3rd £2 : 4th £1.

RING H - PRIVATE DRIVING CLASSES JUDGING TO COMMENCE at 2.45pm Judge: To Be Confirmed Classes will be judged in accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the B.D.S. Classes 95 & 96 are qualifiers for the 2014 Osborne Refrigerators BDS National Championships. The highest placed turnout owned and driven by a member of the British Driving Society and eligible for the following Type-Section/s disregarding those already qualified down to 6th place in the class. The Championship will immediately follow the Semi-Finals. For the Private Driving Class: d - Country turnout. - single, pair or tandem f - Single purebred Registered Welsh Ponies - Section C. g - Single purebred Registered Welsh Ponies - Section A & B. h - Single Registered Mountain & Moorland (excluding purebred Registered Welsh). For the Exercise Vehicle Class: I - Single Turnout driven to a two-wheel exercise vehicle. m- Single Turnout driven to a four-wheel exercise vehicle.

Class 95 OPEN PRIVATE DRIVING CLASS. Singles/Pairs, ponies/horses must be 4 years and over, put to a traditional style vehicle. Class will be split into height sections (under 13.2hh; 13.2hh and over) if entry numbers justify. Class 96 PLEASURE/EXERCISE CLASS. Singles/Pairs, ponies/horses must be 4 years and over, put to a suitable exercise vehicle. Class will be split into height Sections (under 13.2hh: 13.2hh and over) if entry numbers justify. These classes are affiliated to the British Driving Society. A turnout can only be shown in one of these two classes. Class 97 OBSTACLE DRIVING CLASS. Ponies/horses must be 4 years and over. Class open to any Turnout. Will be judged on speed and accuracy. Private Driving Championship for the Peter Findlay Perpetual Trophy and voucher donated by J. & M. Sommerville. Rosettes provided by BDS West of Scotland. Prizes - 1st £6 : 2nd £4 : 3rd £2 RING I - PETS - JUDGING TO COMMENCE AT 2.00pm Judge: To Be Confirmed Class 98 PETS - OPEN TO PETS OF ALL TYPES. (Excluding Ponies entered in any other class at this show). To be exhibited solely by children of 14 years of age or under. ENTRY FEE: £1 each entry. Prizes - Awards of Merit.. RING I - DOGS - Judging to commence at 2.30pm COMPANION DOG SHOW (Held under Kennel Club Rules and Regulations). Note: Dogs competing do not require to be registered at the Kennel Club. Also no Pit Bull Terriers are welcome on the Showground. Dog Food Sponsored by George Allan Judge: Mrs Eileen Cree, Kilmarnock. Class 99 Junior Handlers Class (Under 18 years of age) - Dog owned by exhibitor or exhibitor’s parents. Class 100 ANY VARIETY, PUPPY 6-12 months. Class 101 ANY VARIETY, Sporting Dogs. Class 102 ANY VARIETY, Non-Sporting Dogs. Class 103 ANY VARIETY, OPEN. Class 104 ANY VARIETY, Pastoral. Society Cup for Best Dog or Bitch in Show The Auldrigg Cup for Reserve Best in Show Rough Collie Memorial Shield Presented by Mrs. Mitchell for best Rough Collie in Show. Prizes: 1st £5 : 2nd £3 : 3rd £2 Entry Fee: £1 plus £1 towards First Aid.

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