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Sunday
15
APR

Eggesford Pony Hunter Trials

09:00
17:30

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OPEN HUNTER TRIALS
1’9” to 3’3”
To Include Qualifiers to the “Horseware Hunter Trial Championship” At Eland lodge Equestrian, Staffs
MAIN COURSE COMMENCES 9:30am
(Optimum Time on Time Section)

Class 1a - 53cm assisted Green Course [Shorter course]
[1`9” approx.]
Class 1b - 53cm non-assisted Green Course [Shorter
course] [1`9” approx.]
Class 2 - 70cm Restricted Yellow Course Not to have been
placed 1st [2’3” approx.]
Class 3 - QUALIFIER - 70cm OPEN Yellow Course [2’3”
approx.]
Class 4 - QUALIFIER - 80cm OPEN Blue Course [2`6”
approx.]
Class 5 - (A) 70cm OPEN PAIRS [2’3” approx. & above]
(Jump any height, Dressing Fences must be
jumped together – see P.C. rules.)
(B) 80cm OPEN PAIRS Blue Course [2`6”
approx. & above] (Dressing Fences as above.
80cms Qualifier)
Class 6 - QUALIFIER - 90cm OPEN Orange Course
[2`9” approx.]
Class 7 - 92cm - 1m OPEN Pink Course
[3`0” - 3`3”approx.]
**Heights are all approx.**
Rosettes - To 6th place for All Classes
Special Rosettes and Trophies - To the highest placed Eggesford members.

ENTRY FEES ON THE DAY
Class 1 (A&B) £14.00 £12.00 Eggesford P/C
Class 2/3/4/6 and 7 £18.00 £16.00 Eggesford P/C
Class 5 (A&B) £30.00 £28.00 Eggesford P/C
NOTE:
 Each competitor must add £4 Fee to their total entry for
the Ambulance / 1st Aid.
 £10 cash deposit for Numbers Bibs will be required. Your
own bib may be used
Ring: 07813165517 - if the weather is doubtful look on
Southcott’s website or Facebook page.
The course may be walked from 2pm on Saturday 14th April.
FIRST AID: Medi-Care Tel: 07865662200
VET ON CALL: Richard Stringer Tel: 01647 231246
CATERING: Farmhouse Fayre
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Organiser of this event has taken every reasonable precaution to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For this to be effective everyone must take all reasonable precaution to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of
the organiser, stewards and officials.

Rules: THIS EVENT IS RUN UNDER PONY CLUB RULES
 Riders having had three refusals at one jump, may continue onto the remainder of the course (unless asked to leave by an official), but must give way to other riders.
 PAIRS CLASS – There are specific jumps (Dressing fences) on the course that must be jumped as a pair, but can be a different height.
Penalties will be added:
0 penalties if horses heads are in line
5 penalties if one horses head is in line with the other shoulder
10 penalties if a head is level with the others hindquarters.
20 penalties if there is any distance between horse
 L fences are smaller, easier alternative fences but incur 15 Penalties.
The coloured number and red L on a white background will be on the right flag for the class.
 The decision of the judges and committee is final
 Timed sections will be judged closest to the “Optimum Time” Set.
 All competitors must wear a body protector and an approved hat to current British standard; PAS 015:1998 or 2011 with BSI Kitemark. VG1 with BSI Kitemark. SNELL E2001 (with the official Snell label & Number). ASTM-F1163 2004a with SEI mark. AS/NZS 3838 1998,2003 or 2006.
Body protector must be current standard and meet
BETA 2009 level 3 Standard (Purple Label) Note: Riders who choose to use the Woof wear body Cage EXO must lodge a key with the event organiser when they collect their number.
 All Pony Club members must display the correct hat tag.
 Chin straps must be fastened at all times when mounted and no fixed peaks are permitted.
 All riders must wear a medical armband.[may be purchased from secretary]. They must be worn on arm only.
 Dogs must be kept on leads at all times.
 No horse/pony may go round the main course more than twice, Apart from twice around class 1 and once around main course
 H.C. = A person may enter any class, but will not be eligible for prizes.
 All non-Pony Club riders must hold their own insurance.
“The organiser cannot accept any responsibility for accident or loss of horse, property or person. All compete at their own risk.”