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STONEHAVEN AND AREA RIDING CLUB

SUMMER SHOWING SHOW


(Open to members & non-members)

Sunday 19th June 2011


Brechin Castle showground

100 CLASSES INCLUDING:


All showing classes
CHAPS Qualifiers
VHS Qualifiers
ROR Qualifiers
PRA Awards
Working Hunters
Unaffiliated Show Jumping
Dog Classes
Novelties
And many more…..

Catalogue Entries close 13th June 2011

Contact Katrina Byrne


07816637736 katrina@roemex.com

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RING ONE
BEST TURNED OUT (open to all horses & Ponies) Judge: Willie McEwan
To commence at 8.30am
Please note the Champion and Reserve Champion from this section will not qualify for the
supreme championship
Class 1– In-hand
Class 2– under saddle
A Pony Riders Association pack will be presented to the highest placed Adult
competing with a horse under 15hh in class 2
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Ms Julie Beattie, Aberdeen.
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from Classes 1 & 2 to come forward for this Championship

CHAPS COLOURED CLASSES Judge: Martyn Adams


To commence at 9am
CHAPS (UK)
This show is affiliated to The Coloured Horse & Pony Society (UK). Both the owner and the
rider/exhibitor need not be a member of CHAPS (UK) nor must the horse or pony be
registered with CHAPS (UK) to compete but must be registered to qualify. These classes are
also qualifiers for Ponies UK Summer Championships, please refer to your CHAPS
handbook.
The CHAPS (UK) Championship Show will be held on 2nd, 3rd & 4th September 2011.
Shows held on or after date of Championship Show will count as 2011 qualifiers.
Members to apply in writing to CHAPS (UK) for appropriate qualifier card. Ponies (UK)
Summer Championships will be held on 13th August 2011.
The following classes are CHAPS (UK) Qualifiers:- 3-8. For full rulings and information
on competition/qualification, please refer to the CHAPS (UK) Members’ Handbook; or
visit: www.chapsuk.com
All stallions entering these classes must be graded or valid First Stage approved with
CHAPS (UK).

Class 3 – CHAPS (UK) Open Youngstock Qualifier;


1, 2 or 3 years old In-hand; no foals
Class 4 – CHAPS (UK) Non Native open In-hand qualifier
Any height, any age, no foals
Class 5 – CHAPS (UK) Native / cob / traditional open In-hand qualifier
Any height, any age, no foals
Class 6– CHAPS (UK) Non Native open Ridden qualifier
Any height
Class 7 – CHAPS (UK) Native / cob / traditional open Ridden qualifier
Any height
Class 8 – CHAPS (UK) Veterans In-hand or ridden qualifier
In-hand or Ridden, any type, to exceed 15years
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by the Purchasing House, Drumlithie
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 3 - 8 to come forward for this Championship

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MISC Judge: Willie McEwan
To following CHAPS coloured Championship
Class 9 – Potential Ride & Drive In-hand
Class 10 – Other Heavy Breeds In-hand
Class 11 – Appaloosa, spotted, Palomino In-hand
Class 12 – Foreign breeds In-hand
Class 13 – Other Heavy Breeds under saddle
4years and over
Class 14 – Appaloosa, spotted, Palomino under saddle
4years and over
(A Pony Riders Association pack will be presented to the highest place Adult
competing with a horse under 15hh)
Class 15 – Foreign breeds under saddle
4years and over
(A Pony Riders Association pack will be presented to the highest place Adult
competing with a horse under 15hh)
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Dig it Groundworks
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 9 - 15 to come forward for this Championship

YOUNGSTOCK IN-HAND Judge: Willie McEwan


(Open to any breed type or part bred, any height)
To following MISC Championship
Class 16– Foals at Foot
Class 17 – Yearlings
Class 18 – 2 year olds
Class 19 – 3 year olds
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Quality Saddles, www.qualitysaddles.co.uk
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes16 – 19 to come forward for this Championship

SSH SPORTS HORSES Judge: Martyn Adams


To following Youngstock Championship
SCOTTISH SPORTS HORSE
This Show is a qualifying round for the Scottish Sports Horse Mare & Youngstock
Championships to be held at Blair Castle International Horse Trials and Country Fair on
Thursday 18th August 2011. These classes are aimed at identifying potential competition
horses suitable for any or all three Olympic disciplines: dressage, show jumping or eventing.
The two highest placed animals in each class will receive a qualifying rosette and card
signed by the judge in the ring, qualification can be passed down the line but no lower than
4th place. The Scottish Sports Horse will also award a special rosette to the highest placed
Brood Mare, Foal, Yearling, 2yr and 3yr old passported with the SSH in each class. Horses
need not be passported or over-stamped nor handlers members of the SSH in order to enter
the qualifying classes, however qualifying exhibitors MUST be fully paid up members and
horses MUST be registered or over-stamped with SSH prior to the closing date of the
Championship Show.

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Sports Horse Presentation on the Triangle: Once the judge has completed their assessment
of conformation, entrants will be asked to present their horse on the triangle (recommended
size of triangle 20mx20mx20m). Horses should walk once around the triangle on the right
rein followed by the same procedure in trot. (Any part of this assessment may be repeated
at the judge’s discretion). The handlers should then return back into the line up.

Class 20 - Sports horse 4yr old and over, exceeding 153cms In-hand (Please note this class is
not part of the SSH qualifiers)

Class 21 – SSH Sports Horse Yearling to exceed 153cms at maturity


Class 22 – SSH Sports Horse 2yr old to exceed 153cms at maturity
Class 23 – SSH Sports Horse 3yr old to exceed 153cms at maturity

Class 24 - Sports horse 4yr old and over, exceeding 153cms under saddle (Please note this
class is not part of the SSH qualifiers)
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by GBGeo Ltd, Aberdeen
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 20 - 24 to come forward for this Championship

NOVELTIES Judge: Gail Foreman


To commence after the Sports horse championship
Please note the Champion and Reserve Champion from this section will not qualify for the
supreme championship
Class 69 – Young Handler
16years and under
Class 70– Local horse/ponies In-hand
15mile radius of Stonehaven, any height
Class 71– Best Mane & Tail
In-hand or under saddle
Class 72 – Horse the judge would most like to take home
In-hand or under saddle
Class 73 – Young Riders
Under 18years, any height, 4years and over
Class 74 – Local horse/ponies under saddle
15mile radius of Stonehaven, any height, 4years and over
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Conchie Saddlery, Carnoustie, www.conchiesaddlery.co.uk
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 69 - 74 to come forward for this Championship

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RING TWO
SMALL & PART BRED MOUNTIAN & MOORLANDS Judge: Wendy McEwan
To commence at 9am
Class 25 – Shetlands In-hand
Class 26 - Small M&M (excluding Shetlands) In-hand
Class 27 – Part Bred small M&M In-hand
Class 28 – Shetlands under Saddle (open to lead reins)
4years and over, lead rein riders not to have reached their 10th Birthday on 1/1/2011
Class 29 - Small M&M (excluding Shetlands) under Saddle (open to lead reins)
4years and over, lead rein riders not to have reached their 10th Birthday on 1/1/2011
Class 30 – Part Bred small M&M under Saddle (open to lead reins)
4years and over, rein riders not to have reached their 10th Birthday on 1/1/2011
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Ms Katrina Byrne, Mid Blairs, Glenbervie
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from this classes 25 - 30 to come forward for this Championship

RIDING PONIES Judge: Liz Rushmere


To follow Small M&Ms Championship
Class 31– Riding Pony 3years old and under In-hand
Not to exceed 14.2hh at maturity
Class 32 – Riding Pony 4 years old and over In-hand
Not to exceed 14.2hh
Class 33 – Lead rein Pony
Mare or gelding 4 years old and over, not exceeding 12hh. Rider not to have attained
their 10th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Ponies 4years and over
Class 34 – First Ridden Pony
Mare or gelding 4 years old and over, not exceeding 12hh. Rider not to have attained
their 12th birthday before 1st January in the current year. Ponies 4years and over
Class 35 – Riding Pony under Saddle , any sex, 4years and over
Not to exceed 14.2hh at maturity
If sufficient entries these classes will be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Economove, Stonehaven www.info@economoveremovals.co.uk
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 31 - 35 to come forward for this Championship

VHS VETERAN CLASSES Judge: Mrs J Shonk


To follow Riding Pony Championship
VETERAN HORSE SOCIETY Area Qualifiers
The Veteran Horse Showing Ltd Olympia Area Qualifiers are sponsored by Dodson &
Horrell are open to both members & non-members of the Veteran Horse Showing/Society.
Please note all competitors should acquaint themselves with the rules of the VHS, they can
be found at www.veteran-horse-showing.co.uk. ONLY Veteran Horse Society Members are
eligible to qualify for the Regional Championship. Qualification cards will ONLY be given
to the first 3 members with their V.H.S. Membership/Horse Registration cards/Covering
Letter from Show Office. The Regional winners will go on to compete at the Veteran Horse
Showing Ltd Championship Supreme Final at the London International Horse Show at
Olympia in December.

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Class 36 – Pre Veterans In-hand
Horse or pony, 15-19years
Class 37 – Veterans In-hand
Horse or pony, 20-24years
Class 38 – Veteran Plus In-hand
Horse or pony, 25years and over
Class 39 – Pre Veterans under saddle
Horse or pony, 15-19years
Class 40 – Veterans under saddle
Horse or pony, 20-24years
Class 41– Veteran Plus under saddle
Horse or pony, 25years and over
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Jacky Niven at Art by Jax www.art-by-jax.co.uk
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 36 - 41 to come forward for this Championship

RIDING CLUB Judge: Liz Rushmere


To follow Veteran Championship
Class 42 – Horses In-hand
Exceeding 14.2hh
Class 43 – Ponies In-hand
Not exceeding 14.2hh
Class 44 – Horses under saddle
Must be shown in a snaffle & may include a small jump, 4years and over exceeding
14.2hh
Class 45 – Ponies under saddle (open to lead reins)
Must be shown in a snaffle & may include a small jump, 4years and over exceeding
14.2hh, lead rein riders not to have reached their 10th birthday on 1/1/2011
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Miss Rebecca Michie, Stonehaven
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 42 – 45 to come forward for this Championship

DOGS (open to all dogs) Judge: Kayleigh Welse


To commence after the Veteran Championship
Please note the Champion and Reserve Champion from this section will not qualify for the
supreme championship
Class 75 – Best Male
Class 76 – Best Female
Class 77 – Best Small Bred
Class 78 – Best Large Bred
Class 79 – Best young dog – 3years and under
Class 80 – Best veteran – 8years and over
Class 81 – Young Handlers (16years and under)
Class 82 – Dog the judge would like to take home
If sufficient entries these classes will be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Pamela Harris
All 1st & 2nd placed dogs from classes 75 - 82 to come forward for this Championship

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RING THREE
LARGE & PART BRED MOUNTIAN & MOORLANDS Judge: Rebecca Chalmers
To commence at 9am
Class 46 – Highlands In-hand
Class 47 - Large M&M (excluding Highlands) In-hand
Class 48 – Part Bred Large M&M In-hand
Class 49 – Highlands under Saddle
4years and over
Class 50 - Large M&M (excluding Highlands) under Saddle
4years and over
Class 51 – Part Bred Large M&M under Saddle
4years and over
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Ian Carnegie fencing, South Aberdeenshire
iancarnegie371@btinternet.com
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 46-51 to come forward for thi Championship

RIDING HORSES Judge: Jane Jeffries


To Follow Large M&M Championship
(Horses maybe ridden by the judge or the judge’s representative)
Class 52 – Hunters In-hand
14.2hh and over
Class 53 – Hacks / Light weight Riding Horses In-hand
14.2hh and over
Class 54 – Cobs In-hand
14hh and over
Class 55 – Hunters under saddle
4years and over, 14.2hh and over
Class 56 – Hacks / Light weight riding horses under saddle
4years and over, 14.2hh and over
Class 57 – Cobs under saddle
4years and over, 14hh and over
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further

Retraining of Race horses (ROR)/Tattersalls show series Judge: tbc


Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) is British Horseracing’s official charity for the welfare of
horses who have retired from racing. The ultimate goal is to achieve a balance between the
number of horses leaving Racing and the number of enthusiastic, and suitable, new homes.
The first three at each qualifying show go forward to the championship at the Royal
Highland Show 2012. Qualification will go down to 6th place if the first three have already
qualified. There will also be a prize for the highest placed veteran 15 years or over.
The class will be run under the rules of RoR. Horses should be ridden in a snaffle, pelham or
simple double bridle, and should be plaited.
All horses must have raced in the UK, be registered with Weatherbys in their General Stud
Book and be registered with RoR (which is free). Competitors must wear a safety/kite mark
hard hat with a chinstrap.

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Class 58 – ROR under saddle
Horses to be 4 years old and over, riders to be 15years and over.
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Ferrier pumps, Aberdeen branch Aberdeen@ferrierpumps.co.uk
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 52 - 58 to come forward for this Championship

CLYDESDALES & PART BRED CLYDESDALES


To Follow Riding Horse Championship
Class 59 – Clydesdales 3years old and under In-hand Judge: Jim Aitken
Class 60 – Clydesdales 4 years old and over In-hand
Class 61 – Part Bred Clydesdales In-hand Judge: Jane Jeffries
Class 62 – Clydesdales under saddle
4years and over
Class 63 – Part Bred Clydesdales under saddle
4years and over
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Nortruck services, Aberdeen www.nortruck.co.uk
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 59 - 63 to come forward for this Championship

ARABS & PART BRED ARABS Judge: Vicki Powell


To Follow Clydesdale Championship
Class 64 – Arabs or part bred Arabs 3years and under In-hand
Class 65 – Arabs In-hand 4years old and over
Class 66 – Part Bred Arabs In-hand
Class 67 – Arabs under saddle
4years and over
Class 68 – Part Bred Arabs under saddle
4years and over
If sufficient entries these classes may be split further
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Wayne Balfour, Farrier services 07980 142648
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 64 - 68 to come forward for this Championship

SUPREME CHAMPIONSHIP Judge – all available


All Champion and Reserve champion horses/ponies from the above sections (with
the exception of Best turned out, Working Hunter Pony, Working Hunter horse,
Novelties and dogs) to come forward to compete for overall Supreme Champion and
Reserve Champion.
Sponsored by Cabot, Speciality fluids, Aberdeen www.cabot-corp.com

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RING FOUR
WORKING HUNTER PONY Judge: Gail Sephton
To commence at 11am
Please note the Champion and Reserve Champion from this section will not qualify for the
supreme championship
Ponies to be 14.2hh and under, no change of saddlery will be permitted throughout the
competition.
Class 83 – Lead Rein/assisted Working Hunter Pony
Fences not to exceed 1ft 6. Ponies can be led.
Class 84 - Novice Working Hunter Pony
Height of fences not to exceed 2ft 3
Class 85 – Intermediate Working Hunter Pony
Height of fences to be between 2ft 6 and 2ft 9
Class 86 – Open Working Hunter Pony
Height of fences not to exceed 3ft
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Equestrian for you, www.equestrianforyou.co.uk
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 83 - 86 to come forward for this Championship

WORKING HUNTER HORSES Judge: Gail Sephton


To follow working Hunter Pony Championship
Please note the Champion and Reserve Champion from this section will not qualify for the
supreme championship
Horses to be over 14.2hh, no change of saddlery will be permitted throughout the
competition.
Class 87 - Novice Working Hunter Horse
Height of fences not to exceed 2ft 3
Class 88 – Intermediate Working Hunter Horse
Height of fences to be between 2ft 6 and 2ft 9
Class 89 – Open Working Hunter Horse
Height of fences not to exceed 3ft
CHAMPIONSHIP sponsored by Mergie Livery Stables, Stonehaven, 01569 767505
All 1st & 2nd placed horses from classes 87 - 89 to come forward for this Championship

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RING FIVE
SHOW JUMPING - Unaffiliated Judge: Jean Paterson
To commence at
All junior classes are open to unaffiliated horses and ponies – rider to be under 18years old
All Adult classes are open to unaffiliated horses and ponies, riders to be 18years and over
Class 90 – Show jumping Mini Minimus
Maximum height of jumps 1ft 6, Riders under 14 years old, can be lead if
required.
Class 91 – Junior Minimus
Maximum height of jumps 2ft
Class 92 – Adult Minimus
Height of jumps 2ft – 2ft3
Class 93 – Junior Novice
Maximum height of jumps 2ft3
Class 94 – Adult Novice
Height of jumps 2ft3 – 2ft6
Class 95 – Junior Intermediate
Maximum height of jumps 2ft6
Class 96– Adult Intermediate
Height of jumps 2ft6 – 2ft9
Class 97 – Junior Intermediate / Open
Maximum height of jumps 2ft9
Class 98 – Adult Intermediate / Open
Maximum height of jumps 2ft9 – 3ft
Class 99 – Junior Open
Maximum Height of jumps 3ft
Class 100 – Adult open
Height of jumps 3ft – 3ft3

CLEAR ROUND JUMPING Judge: Morag Benton


To commence after the show jumping
Open to all riders and any horses or ponies (including lead rein)
Open to all handlers with dogs

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Entry fee’s

Classes SARC Members Non SARC members On the day


All Showing classes £6 £8 £10
‘Novelty’ Classes £4 £6 £7
Working Hunters £10 £12 £15
Show jumping £6 £8 £10
Dog Classes £3 £4 £5
Clear round (horse) £2 £2 £2
Clear round (with dog) £1 £1 £1
FIRST AID (per competitor) £2 £2 £2

Please note that only cash or SARC vouchers will be accepted AFTER the closing date, no
cheques after this date.
Entries received after the 13th June will most likely not appear in the Catalogue

Should you wish to become a member of Stonehaven and Area Riding Club (SARC) then
please complete the attached form and enclose this and the appropriate fee with your entry
form and you will be eligible for SARC Members class fee rates at the show. Should you
require any more information on the club then please feel free to visit
www.stonehavenridingclub.co.uk and/or contact any of the committee.

Rules
1. Entries payable by cash, cheque or SARC helper voucher or a combination. Please
make any cheques payable to Stonehaven & Area riding club
2. Rosettes will be awarded 1st – 6th
3. Parents/guardians of anyone under the age of 18 should specify if they do not wish
their child/children to be photographed by or in relation to Stonehaven & Area
Riding Club.
4. At or in the vicinity of any S&ARC Riding Club event, everyone mounted, whether
competing or not must wear a hard hat conforming to the minimum safety
standards, with a harness properly adjusted and fastened. Failure to do so will incur
elimination of the horse and/or rider from the competition. Hats marked EN 1384,
PAS 015 or prefixed with ASTM or SEI are the minimum standard allowed. Hard
hats to the specification of PAS 015 and ASTMF 1163 are considered to offer greater
protection than BSEN 1384. Recommended hard hats should carry the quality
assurance stamp of kite mark or SEI American standard SNELL E95 and
Australian/New Zealand standard SNZ 3838 1998 are also acceptable. Where a hat
is of skull cap style, this must be worn with a plain silk. Juniors under 18, it is
advised that a hard hat be worn whilst on competition grounds.
5. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY: Save for death or personal injury caused by the
negligence of the organizers or anyone for whom they are in law responsible, neither
the organizers of any event to which these rules apply, nor the British Horse Society,
nor the agent, employee, or representative of these bodies accepts any liability for
any accident, loss, damage, injury or illness to horses, owners, riders, spectators, land

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or any other person or property whatsoever, whether caused by negligence, breach
of contract or in any other way whatsoever.
6. Competitors are required to show courtesy towards others when warming up. If
riding on the opposite rein to one another competitors should pass left shoulder to
left shoulder.
7. NO TELEPHONE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AND NO ENTRIES ACCEPTED
WITHOUT ENTRY FORM AND CORRECT ENTRY FEE.
8. The organizers reserve the right to decline any entry, combine, divide or cancel any
class, dependant on entry numbers.
9. The club will not be held responsible for any complaint regarding horses or ponies
entered in the wrong classes, but will act as a mediator provided the complainer has
proof on the day of the show.
10. All stallions should be handled / ridden by a competent adult at all times while on
the showground
11. All horses and ponies should be passported and vaccinations should be up to date.
12. All horses and ponies must have an absolute minimum of public liability insurance.
13. Any complaints should be made in writing within 20minutes of the incident to the
Show secretary and accompanied by a deposit of £30
14. Please keep dogs on leads at all times.
15. The making of an entry implies acceptance of the conditions above.
16. Please be respectful to our hosts by ensuring that you do not leave your horses
droppings.

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Entry form – 19th June 2011

Class Horse Name Height Sex Breed Rider Name Age (if Entry
& Age junior) fee

First Aid cover (£2 per competitor)


TOTAL FEE

Name: …………………………………………………………………………………………

Address: ………………………………………………………………………………………

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

Tel No: .…………………………………

Email Address: ………………………………………

Cheques should be made payable to Stonehaven & Area Riding Club.

Entries to:
Katrina Byrne, The Beech House. 1 Mid Blairs, Glenbervie, Auchanblae, AB30 1TX

Email: Katrina@roemex.com / 07816637736


I, the undersigned, agree to abide by the rules of S&ARC and understand that no
responsibility will be accepted by the club for any accident, damage or loss whatsoever.

Signed:
(To be signed by parent or guardian if rider is under 18 years of age)

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MEMBERSHIP 1ST Oct 2010 – 31st Oct 2011 APPLICATION [ ] RENEWAL [ ] HONORARY [ ]
SURNAME FORENAME(S) STATUS (Mr, Mrs, Ms etc)

ADDRESS including Post Code

TELEPHONE (and mobile no) DATE OF BIRTH (if under 17 at 1st January 2011)

E-MAIL ADDRESS
Memberships Fees: - NB: Max 4 for Family Memberships (* state whether Senior/Junior/Non
Rider)
Senior £25.00 [ ] Junior £25.00 [ ] Non-Rider £15.00 [ ] Family £50.00 [ ] *
The following information will help us organise events, pick teams etc. (N.B. Horse/Pony Flu
Vaccinations MUST BE UP TO DATE & CONFORM TO RULES SET OUT IN THE RIDING
CLUB RULE BOOK TO TAKE PART IN AREA COMPETITIONS AND CHAMPIONSHIPS)
Interests Interested Would like to be considered Would like to be
for Club Teams locally considered for club
Teams at Area/National
  Level 
Dressage
Show Jumping
Cross Country
Horse Trials
Training Courses Area where horse(s) kept:
Other (please specify) Do you have your own transport Y/N
If YES what type:
Qualifications (Grade Test, Pony Club, BHSAI, First Aid etc)

Please List Instructors you would prefer for training etc (Name & Discipline)

If you have a venue suitable for Training/Shows, please list details in this box.

ARE YOU WILLING TO HELP AT, SET UP FOR COMPETITIONS? YES/NO (delete as
appropriate)
Details of Horse/Ponies (If more than one horse/pony – tick box & write details on back of form [ ]
Name (as on flu vaccination certificate) ....................................
Breed ............................Colour …………………………………………
Age Height Mare/Gelding/Stallion (please circle)
Show Jumping: - Minimus [ ] Novice [ ] Intermediate [ ] Open [ ] BSJA Winnings £
Dressage: - Prelim [ ] Novice [ ] Elementary [ ] Medium [ ] BD Points
Cross Country: - Minimus [ ] Novice [ ] Intermediate [ ] Open [ ] BE Points
Owner
Signed (by parent/guardian if under 17) Date

Cheques payable to Stonehaven & Area Riding Club please and return to:
Lisa Moir, The Retreat Lodge, Glenesk, Brechin, DD9 7YT or to Katrina Byrne (address on entry
form)

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