SUNDAY 28th APRIL 2019
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IMPORTANT NOTICE Re EQUINE FLU: As it stands currently, the venue (OAKRIDGE ARENA) are NOT insisting on the 6-monthly flu vac booster. All competing animals will be required to bring their passports and the Show Secretary will either check all passports with entry form (can be sent in with entry and horse/pony name on entry form must match passport name) or on arrival before animal is unloaded. Any not up to date or current will be asked to leave. As it is not practical to check lorries at the roadside, lorries will be permitted onto the driveway for checking.
Please find the schedule and online entries below :
Show Schedule: EQUESTRIAN-LIFE-WINTER-SHOW-28-APRIL-2019-OAKRIDGE-1
CLICK HERE FOR Online Entries
We accept pre-entries and entries on the day. No pre-qualification or registration is required. All classes are indoor on a surface.
Secretary Contact Details are :
Ms Emma Rushton
50 Spencer Avenue
0115 8542710 / 07854 317335
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please book direct with Diane Coxon at Oakridge on 07908 550063. Stabling prices are as follows :
- £30 for overnight temp stable including 1 bale shavings
- £12 for a temp day stable no bedding
- £17 temp day stable including 1 bale of shavings
Hook-can also be arranged direct through Diane on the above number.
EQUESTRIAN LIFE CHAMPIONSHIP RULES
Competitors of the Equestrian Life Championship do not need to be affiliated or be members of any Society, this show is OPEN TO ALL.
Competitors do not need to register to enter or compete in any class, except where stated.
All persons entering, competing or otherwise being present at the show are subject to the rules and regulations governing Equestrian Life Shows.
Owners entering animals do so entirely at their own risk, and it is a condition of entry that no liability of any kind attaches itself to the promoters or organizers or venue in any respect whatsoever.
No age limit on classes for ponies, ALTHOUGH riders MUST be a suitable size and weight for the pony they are riding.
Judges will not ride in any classes. Spurs are not to be worn by riders 16 years and under or in M & M or Veteran classes. Spurs must not be worn in any mixed class pony championship. Spurs may only be worn by adults on horses.
Show canes/whips are not to exceed 30”.
Hats to the approved current BSI standard and chin straps fastened must be worn, with the exception of the Evening Performance when bowlers and top hats may be worn, at the competitors’ discretion for those who are aged 18 & Over and have signed the disclaimer on the entry form.
All complaints are to be made in writing**, with a cheque for £40.00, before the end of the show. Any complaints made via email or social media sites will be disregarded.
Any ruling not covered that arises, the decision will be at the discretion of the show organisers.
Clashing of Classes
Whilst every effort has been taken to avoid clashing of classes, this may be unavoidable. Equestrian Life reserves the right to alter/amend the schedule as they see fit. No refunds of entries will be given if competitors are entered in classes that clash. Due to the tight schedule, you will need to prioritise which class/ championship you would prefer to enter in the event of clashing
Side Saddle Classes – the rules apply to SS1 – SS5 inclusive only.
These classes are affiliated to the Side Saddle Association. You do not need to be a member of the Side Saddle Association in order to enter these classes. If you are a Member you will need to ensure you carry your points card. See below re Side Saddle rules.
A fall of horse/pony or rider in any class run under Side Saddle Association rules will result in disqualification, and the rider must leave the ring dismounted. It is strongly recommended that medical advice is then sought before competing in any other class.
MUST have attained their 5th birthday and wear a hat to current British Safety standards or above, in ALL classes affiliated to or run by the SSA. A Spur or Spur band is not permitted in any class where jumping is involved.
JUNIOR COMPETITORS WHO ARE NOT MEMBERS:
MUST have attained their 5th birthday and be under 18 on 1st January of the current year and wear a hat to current British Safety standards or above, in ALL classes affiliated to or run by the SSA. A Spur or Spur band is not permitted in any class where jumping is involved.
MUST wear a hat to current British Safety Standard or above where indicated in the Class Wording. Where safety hats are not compulsory, Adult competitors wear alternative headgear at their own risk.
ADULT COMPETITORS WHO ARE NOT MEMBERS:
MUST be aged 18 or over on 1st January of the current year and wear a hat to current British Safety Standard or above where indicated in the Class Wording. Where safety hats are not compulsory, Adult competitors wear alternative headgear at their own risk.
LEAD REIN competitors
MUST compete Hors Concours in any SSA affiliated class unless otherwise stated.
Stallions Mannerly, responsibly handled stallions are welcome to compete in our Ridden, In Hand and Working Hunter classes, however stallions and colts MUST NOT be led or ridden by any juniors who have not attained their 14th Birthday. Stallions MUST only be ridden or handled by competent people. Any stallion that constitutes a danger to its handler or to other competitors / horses, will be requested to leave the class/ venue, and will not be refunded.
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