Jumping and Equine

All inquiries to Mary O’Keeffe

email:  okeeffe.mary1@gmail.com

phone: +353 87 278 5819

RULES OF THE SHOW

  1. All exhibits must be bona-fide property of the Exhibitor. In the case of the Farm and Garden produce exhibits, they must be grown by the Exhibitor, and in the case of live stock, must be bona-fide property of the Exhibitor since 1st May 2019.
  2. The judge’s decision as to merit shall be final and objections on other points must be lodged with the Secretary, in writing, on date of show and must be accompanied by a fee of €10. All objections will be decided by the committee and the fee returned unless the objection is considered frivolous.
  3. Where age is a qualification, the committee may in any case direct an examination by the V.S. The committee shall hear any submissions by the exhibitor and shall then decide the matter and the decision shall be final.
  4. The term ‘committee’ in these rules means the group consisting of a Chairman, Secretary, one Treasurer, one Vice Chairman and P.R.O., or any four of them.
  5. The judges are empowered to with-hold prizes in any class where there is not sufficient competition or merit, and furthermore not to award a Second Prize unless there are three or more exhibits, and not to award a Third Prize unless there are five or more exhibits in any class.
  6. All cups and perpetual trophies won by exhibitors at 2017 show must be returned to the Secretary, 3 weeks prior to the 2018 show. Each recipient must sign a form accepting responsibility for cups or trophies before same are presented at 2018
  7. The winners of a first prize in a class will not be eligible to compete in another class unless it is classed ‘Special Class’.

7a. An animal which is the winner of two first prizes will not be eligible to compete in another class unless it is a Qualifier.

  1. The Show Yard opens at 9:00 a.m. Livestock and exhibits must be presented by 11.00 a.m. Exhibits for produce must be presented by 12 noon. Exhibits must not be removed from Show Yard before 4.00 p.m.  Judging commences at times stated in schedule.
  2. Entries in all classes close on May 16th 2019. The declaration on the entry form must be signed by the exhibitor and must be accompanied by the correct entry form, Flock/Herd/Equine number otherwise entry will not be
  3. The committee will not be responsible for loss or accident of any kind which may occur to exhibitors, exhibits, visitors, spectators or otherwise.
  4. The committee requests exhibitors to send in their entries as clearly as possible.
  5. Should any matter arise not provided for in the purview of these rules and regulations, the same shall be referred to the Executive Committee, whose decision shall be final, from which there shall be no appeal and entries are only accepted on these conditions.
  6. All foals must be haltered and led at all times.
  7. In order to finance current and future development, the National Executive of the Irish Shows Association have placed a ‘Championship Levy’ of 5c in €1 on all prize winners in the Horse sections. This fund will be deducted from the prize money to be paid out in this section.
  8. All animals must be shown at owner’s risk and in that regard owners are advised to ensure that they have adequate insurance cover.
  9. Exhibitors of the Home Produce Section are not allowed in the Hall while Judging is in progress.

N.B. Closing date: 12 MD THURSDAY, 16th May 2019 for all entries

Athenry Agricultural Show

JUMPING SCHEDULE

Sunday 26th May 2019

Teagasc, Mellows Campus, Athenry, Co Galway

 Arena – Ponies – 9.00am Sharp

 

Event

1. Newcomers

Prize Money

In Kind

Entry Fee

€15

2. Qualifier 128 cm U8 In Kind National Discovery League €15
3. Qualifier 128 cm over 8/U10 In Kind National Discovery League €15
4. 128/70 cm €100 €15
5. 128/80 cm €100 €15
6. 128/S cm U/10 €150 Connacht League €15
7. 128/90 €200 Connacht League €15
8. 138/80 cm–148/80 cm €100 Sponsors The Old Barracks Restaurant €15
9. 138/90 cm–148/90 cm €100 Sponsors The Old Barracks Restaurant €15
10. 138/1.00 m €200 Connacht League €15
11. 148/1.00 m €100 €15
12. 148/1.10 m €200 Connacht League €15

 Events 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12  are part of the Gateaux Stables Young Pony League.

Course Builder: Noel Burke

Safety Officer: Willie Hoyne

(Rule 5 of the Show rules apply to all classes from 1 – 250)

Note: Name, Reg. No., Stud Book, Equine/Herd No. etc. must be stated clearly on entry form and must be available for inspection on the day.

RING 1 (10.00 A.M.)

REGISTERED CONNEMARA PONIES

Prize Fund Note:  There will be an extra charge of €5 on late entries after the closing date in classes 1-81.
Stallion Class sponsored by Robbie & Barbara Fallon, Castlebay Pony Stud Prize Fund €80. Entry Fee €10

Class 1 Gelding 3 year old and over.

Class 2 Connemara yearling, filly.

Class 3 Yearling Colt or gelding.

Class 4 The Connemara two year old Filly

Class 5 Qualifier

The Irish Shows association & Ballinasloe Show Society Present The Connemara Three year old filly all Ireland Championship, Sponsored by Parkmore Equestrian Centre Ballinasloe, & Fr Christy McCormack.  Prize Fund €1,000

Rules & Conditions

  1. This championship is confined to Registered Connemara Three Year old fillies
  2. The progeny of Registered Connemara Sire & registered Connemara Dam
  3. Exhibitors in both the qualifier and the final must have the CPBS passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  4. More than one filly may be selected at any qualifying Show to compete in the final providing the judges & the ISA agree the standard of entries warrant such selection.
  5. One of the judges at the final must be from CPBS judgeslist
  6. Ponies qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at Ballinasloe Show
  7. Plaiting of mare’s & tails are not allowed for qualifier or final.

These rules should should be read in conjunction with the ISA rules

1st €300, 2nd €200, 3rd €150, 4th €125, 5th €100, 6th €100.

Entry Fee €20 to the Final, Final: Ballinasloe 22nd September 2019

Class 6 Connemara two year old colt or gelding

Class 7 Connemara mare three year old

Class 8 Connemara Colt or Gelding 3 year old

Junior Champion pony of the show in classes 1-8 Excluding Qualifier for the ‘Lishroe Perpetual Trophy’, sponsored by Jim Mullaney, Clydagh, Moycullen.

Class 9 Tiny Tots – Children must be under 8 yrs on 1st May 2019 they must be accompanied by an adult,  No Stallions. Ponies must be over 3 yrs old on 1st January 2019. All ponies need to have a god temperament. The pony can be any breed.

Class 10 Young Handlers – Participants  must between 9 yrs and 15 yrs old on 1st May 2019,  No Stallions.  All ponies must be 3 yrs old and over  on 1st January 1019.   All ponies need to have a good temperament. The pony can be any breed 

Class 11 Connemara mare from 4-7 year old with or without foal at foot.  Sponsored by Johnny O’Brien, The Fields of Athenry Bar, Athenry.

Class 12  Connemara mare from 8-12 years old with or without foal at foot

Class 13 Registered Connemara Mare 13-15 year old with or without foal at foot

Class 14 Connemara Mare 16 year old and over with or without foal at foot

Class 15 Connemara Bay mare all ages with or without foal at foot

Class 16 Connemara pony filly foal.

Class 17 Connemara pony colt foal.

Class 18 Registered Connemara stallion 4 years and over for the Joe Fallon Perpetual Memorial Cup.  Sponsored by Robbie and Barbara Fallon of Castlebay Connemara Pony Stud.

CHAMPION CONNEMARA PONY OF THE SHOW SASH PICKED FROM WINNERS OF CLASSES 1-18 excluding qualifier.

Sponsored by Robbie & Barbara Fallon of Castlebay, Connemara Pony Stud.  For the Joe Fallon Perpetual Memorial Cup.

RING TWO – (11.00 am)

Class 19 Yearling Colt or Gelding registered in I. H. R

Class 20 Qualifier

The Irish Shows Association & Barryroe Show Present: The €2,000 All Ireland Yearling Colt/Gelding Championship

Co-Sponsored by Irish Yogurts, Clonakility, West Cork, John Tyner Co Ltd,  JT Motorcycles, Christopher & Tina Bell, Plastering Contractors, Bandon and Hon Stephen Evans, Castlefreke.

Rules and Conditions.

  1. Entries are confined to animals registered in the I. H. R. with the breed codes ISH RID or ID, and must have Sire and Dam recorded on the passport.
  2. Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse Stud book either as Approved/PreliminaryApproved/Supplementary,Approved/ Recognised,Preliminary Recognised/Not approved 1 (NA1) or a stallion that is classified in the Irish Draught Studbook as either CLASS 1/CLASS 2/RID (GB)/RID (Can)/Grade 2 (GB)
  3. The class is also opened to progeny of Weatherby’s registered stallions that are Not approved 2 [NA2] or ENTRY in the Irish Horse register
  4. Two animals may be selected to qualify for the final, if the judges and the ISA agree the standard is high enough.
  5. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the animal’s passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  6. Passports and microchips should be read by a Vet at the final.
  7. Animals qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at the Show at which the final is held.

These rules should be read in conjunction with the general I. S. A. rules.

Entry Fee: To qualifying Show: €10 To Final: €20.

Prizes: Champion €700: 2nd €400; 3rd €250; 4th €150; 5th €100; 6th €75, 7th to end €50. 

A prize will be presented for Combination of Best Turned Out Horse and Most Suitably Dressed Handler.

Final: Barryroe, West Cork 13th July 2019

Class 21 Qualifier

The Irish Shows Association & Bridgetown Agricultural Show Society present the ‘Yearling Filly All Ireland Championship’, Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing championship series.

Prize fund €2,000 Sponsored by: Clareview Car Sales & Citroen Dealership, Ennis Road Limerick.

Rules and Conditions

  1. Entries are confined to Animals registered in the IHR with the breed codes ISH RID, or ID, & must have Sire & Dam recorded on the passport.
  2. Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish sport horse stud book as either: Approved/Preliminary Approved /Supplementary approved/ recognised/preliminary approved/supplementary approved/recognised/ preliminary recognised/not approved 1 (NA1) or a stallion that is classified in the Irish draught stud book as either class 1/class 2/RID (GB)/RID (CAN)/Grade 2(GB)
  3. The class is also opened to progeny of Weatherby’s registered stallions that are Not approved 2 [NA2] or ENTRY in the Irish Horse register.
  4. Two animals may be selected to qualify for the final if the judges and the ISA agree standard is high enough
  5. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the animal’s passport available for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  6. Passports & microchips should be read by a vet at the final.
  7. Animals qualified for final are not eligible to enter any other class at the show where the final is held.

These rules should be read in conjunction with the ISA rules

Entry Fee to qualifying show €10 To Final €20

Prizes: Champion €500, 2nd €250, 3rd €200, 4th €150, 5th €100, 6th to end €75

A prize will be presented for combination of best turned out horse and most suitable dressed handler.   All qualifiers receive qualifying rosette at final.

Final Bridgetown Show – Sunday 28th July 2019

Class 22 Two year old colt or gelding registered in I. H. R

Class 23 Two year old filly registered in I. H. R.

Class 24 Qualifier

The Irish Shows Association & Kildysart Show Society Present ‘The Kildysart Two Year Old Filly All Ireland Championship’ Sponsored by: Clare Oil Co. Ltd. Banner Contractors Ltd and Kildysart Show

Prize Fund: €3000

Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Show Championship Series. Rules and Conditions.

  1. Entries are confined to animals registered in the I. H. R. with the breed code ISH,RID or  Fillies & must have Sire & Dam recorded on the passport
  2. Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse StudBook as either Approved/Preliminary Approved/SupplementaryApproved/ Recognised/Preliminary Recognised/Not Approved 1(NA1) or a stallion that is classified in the Irish Draught Stud Book as either Class 1/Class 2/RID 9 GB)/ RID (CAN)/Grade 2 (GB)
  3. The class is also opened to progeny of Weatherby’s registered stallions that are Not approved 2 [NA2] or ENTRY in the Irish Horse register
  4. Two Animals may be selected if the Judges and the ISA agree the standard is high enough.
  5. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the animal’s passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  6. Passports and microchips if applicable should be read by a vet at the final.
  7. Animals Qualified for the Final are not eligible to enter any other classes at the show at which the final is held.

These rules should be read in conjunction with the general I. S. A. rules.

Entry Fee to qualifying Show: €10; To Final: €20.

Prizes: 1st €650, 2nd €350; 3rd €250; 4th €200; 5th €150; 6th to end €100 A prize will be presented for combination of Best Turned Out animal and Most Suitably Dressed Handler. Final: Kildysart Show – Saturday 3rd August 2019

Class 25 Three year old colt or gelding registered in IHR

Class 26 Three year old filly registered in IHR

Class 27 Qualifier

The Irish shows association & Bannow & Rathangan Show Society Present ‘The Three year old horse All Ireland championship’

Prize money sponsored by Bannow & Rathangan Show Society, Prizes sponsored by Galway Irish Crystal & Belleek China. Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing championship series Prize fund €6,000

Rules and Conditions.

  1. Entries are confined to Animals registered in the IHR with the breed codes ISH, RID, or ID, & must have Sire & Dam recorded on the passport.
  2. Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish sport horse stud book as either: Approved/Preliminary Approved/Supplementaryapproved/ recognised/preliminary approved/supplementary approved/recognised/ preliminary recognised/not approved 1 (NA1) or a stallion that is classified in the Irish draught stud book as either class 1/class 2/RID (GB)/RID (CAN)/Grade 2(GB)
  3. The class is also opened to progeny of Weatherby’s registered stallions that are Not approved 2 [NA2] or ENTRY in the Irish Horse register
  4. Two animals may be selected to qualify for the final if the judges and the ISA agree standard is high enough.
  5. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the animal’s passport available for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  6. Passports & microchips should be read by a vet at the final.
  7. Animals qualified for final are not eligible to enter any other class at the show at which the final is held.

These rules should be read in conjunction with the ISA rules.

For more information on accommodation & stabling for the final contact 087- 7560871 or 053-9136588 in advance.

Entry Fee to qualifying show €10 To Final €20

Prizes: Champion €800 plus Galway Irish Crystal, 2nd €500 & Galway Irish Crystal, 3rd €350 & Belleek China, 4th €250 & Belleek China, 5th €200 & Galway Irish Crystal, 6th €150 & Belleek China, 7th upwards €70, plus Galway Irish Crystal or Belleek china to be presented to each qualifier at both the qualifying show and on appearance at final.

Additional prizes at final: €150 & Trophy for best filly, €150 & Trophy for combination of best turned out horse and most suitable dressed handler.

Breeder of winning animal to receive a Galway Irish crystal or Belleek China.

Final: Bannow & Rathangan Show Thursday 11th July 2019 at 1.30pm

Class 28 Qualifier

The Irish Show Association & Bantry Show Society Present: The Three Year Old Filly All Ireland Championship Sponsored by Bantry Show Society Prize Fund: €2,000

Rules & Conditions

  1. Entries are confined to animals registered in the I. H. R. with the breed code ISH, RID or ID. & must have Sire & Dam recorded on the passport.
  2. Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse StudBook as either Approved/Preliminary Approved/Supplementary Approved/ Recognised/Preliminary Recognised/not Approved 1(NA1) or a stallion that is classified in the Irish Draught Stud Book as either Class 1/Class 2/RID (CAN)/ Grade 2(GB)
  3. The class is also open to Weatherby’s registered animals, progeny of Weatherby’s Thoroughbred stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as Not Approved2(NA2)
  4. Two animals may qualify if the Judges and the ISA agree the standard is high enough.
  5. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the animal’s passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  6. Passports and microchips if applicable should be read by a vet at the final
  7. Animals qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at the Show where the final is held.

These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules

Entry fee to Qualifier €10 To Final €20 Prizes: Champion €700 and sash, Reserve €350 3rd €200, 4th €150, All other competitors who attend €80. A Prize will be presented for Combination of Best Turned out horse and Most Suitably Dressed Handler.

Please note Bantry show provides stabling for horses as a complementary gesture. Enquiries to office MidAugust 2018 Tel 027-52117 Exhibitors must arrange and pay for their own accommodation if required

Final: Bantry Show– Sunday 1st September 2019

CHAMPION YOUNG HORSE OF ATHENRY SHOW OPEN TO ALL FIRST PRIZE WINNERS.

Class 29 Qualifier

The Irish Shows Association & Clarecastle Agricultural Show Society Present: The Colt Foal All Ireland Championship

Prize Fund €3000

Sponsored by Ennis Municipal Authority.

Rules and Conditions

  1. Entries are confined to Top Quality Colt Foals eligible to be registered if not already registered in the I. H. R. with a breed codes ISH orID
  2. Animals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse StudBook as either Approved/Preliminary Approved/Supplementary Approved/ Recognised/Preliminary Recognised/Not approved 1(NA1) or a stallion that is classified in the Irish Draught Stud Book as either Class 1/Class 2/RID (GB)/RID (CAN)/Grade 2 (GB)
  3. The class is also open to Weatherby’s registered animals, progeny of Weatherby’s Thoroughbred stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as Not Approved(NA2).
  4. Two foals from selected shows may qualify if the Judges and the ISA agree the   standard is high enough.
  5. Foals must be led at all times
  6. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the Mare’s passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring, ‘if the foals passport is not to hand’ Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  7. Passports and microchips if applicable should be read by a vet at the final.
  8. Foals Qualified for final are not eligible to enter any other class at the show in which the final is held

These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules

Prize Fund for Final : 1st €1200, 2nd €700, 3rd €500, 4th €300, 5th – 200 6th €100.

Entry Fee to qualifying show €10, To Final €20

A prize will be presented For Combination of Best Turned out Foal and most suitably dressed handler prize

Final Clarecastle show Saturday 31st August 2019

Champion Young Horse of Athenry Show Open To All First Prizewinners IN CLASSES 18-29 INCLUSIVE, Excluding Qualifiers, for Perpetual Cup, Sash & Rosette. Cup to be retained by Athenry Agricultural Show.

Class 30 Brood Mare likely to produce a high-class hunter with foal at foot.  Herbert Taylor Perpetual Challenge Cup.

Class 31 Colt Foal registered in I.H.R.  For Gerry O’Neill Perpetual Challenge Cup

Class 32 Qualifier

The Irish Shows Association & Mountbellew Show Society Present: The Traditional Irish Sport Horse Foal All Ireland Championship

Part of the Horse Sport Ireland National Showing Championship Series subject to the approval of HSI

Sponsored by: Malt House Bar and Restaurant, Mountbellew, Briggs Fashions, Mountbellew, Ganly’s Hardware Mountbellew.  Prize Fund €2,500

Rules and Conditions

  1. Entries are confined to foals eligible to be registered if not already registered in the I. H. R. with a breed codes ISH or ID
  2. Foals must be sired by a stallion that is classified in the Irish Sport Horse Stud Book as either Approved/Preliminary Approved/Supplementary Approved/ Recognised/Preliminary Recognised/Not approved 1(NA1) or a stallion that is classified in the Irish Draught Stud Book as either Class 1/Class 2/RID (GB)/RID (CAN)/Grade 2(GB)
  3. The class is also open to Weatherby’s registered animals, progeny of Weatherby’s Thoroughbred stallions that are not classified in the Irish Horse Register as Not Approved (NA2). (Warmblood Breeding not Acceptable in this Competition)
  4. Two foals One Filly and One Colt from selected shows may qualify if the Judges and the ISA agree the standard is high enough.
  5. Foals must be led at all times.
  6. Exhibitors to both the qualifier and the final must have the Mare’s passport ready for inspection prior to entry to the judging ring, ‘if the foals passport is not to hand’ Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate disqualification.
  7. Passports and microchips if applicable should be read by a vet at the final
  8. Foals Qualified for final are not eligible to enter any other class at the show in which the final is held other than qualifying classes for other Finals.

These rules should be read in conjunction with the Irish Shows Association Rules.  

Prize Fund for Final:

Colt: 1st €400, 2nd €250, 3rd €150, 4th €100, 5th – 8th (Inc)€50.

Filly: 1st €400, 2nd €250, 3rd €150, 4th €100, 5th – 8th (Inc) €50

Colts & Fillies will be judged separately at Final.

Sir Henry Grattan Bellew Salver will be presented to the overall champion foal. A replica of the salver will be given to the winner; runner up foal will receive a cup.   A prize will be presented For Combination of Best Turned out Foal and most suitably dressed handler prize

Final: Mountbellew Show Saturday 14th September 2019

Class 33 Retrain racehorse to riding horse.

Class 34 Cob, mare or gelding to be shown in hand (14. 3h. h. to 15. 1h. h. )

Class 35 Ridden Small Hunter 148cms – 158cms – Rider 16 years and over.

Class 36 Cob to be shown under saddle. Rider any age.

Class 37 Ridden Hunter Medium weight exceeding 158cms – Rider 16 years and over.

Class 38 Ridden Hunter, Mare or Gelding heavy weight.

Class 38 (A) Ridden Hunter, Mare or Gelding light weight.

Class 39 Registered Irish Draught Ridden Class.  Four year old and over for part bred or purebred mares or geldings.  All animals must be registered in the IHR and at least one parent must be RID.  Passports must be available at the show for inspection.

Patricia O’Callaghan and Ita Sheridan Trophy shall be presented to the Best Ridden Hunter from Classes 35, 36, 37, 38, 39.

RING THREE – 10.00am

IRISH DRAUGHT HORSE SECTION.

Prize Fund €80. Entry fee €10 in All classes.  Animals must be progeny of a class 1[ID] or class 2 Irish Draught mare & Stallion that is certified as class 1/class 2/RID [GB], RID [Can]/Grade 2[GB]

Class 40 R.I.D yearling filly.

Class 41 R.I.D Yearling Colt or Gelding for O’Beirne PCC

Class 42 R.I.D Colt Foal from R.I.D or A.I.D. Mare open to R.I.D or Class 2 Stallion

Class 43 Filly Foal from R.I.D or A.I.D Mare

Class 44 Qualifier – Western Region Irish draught foal Championship 2019.

Prize fund €1,150 plus Galway Crystal.

Kindly sponsored by the Boat Inn , Oughterard, Co Galway and Galway Crystal.

Rules and Conditions.

  1. This Championship is confined to Irish Draught Foals, the progeny of a Class 1 [RID]Irish Draught Mare and an Irish Draught Stallion that is classified as Class 1[ID CI] in the Irish Draught Horse Studbook.
  2. The competition is open to either colt or filly foals.
  3. Passports/stallion owners covering certs must be produced at final.
  4. Foals must be led at all times.
  5. One qualifier per show or two qualifiers if the standard is high enough at the judge’s discretion.
  6. On completion of judging, stewards must inform the successful competitor to visit the secretary’s office at the qualifying show within one hour and complete the necessary documentation for entry to the final.

Note it is the responsibility of the exhibitor to make sure his/her foal is entered for the final

  1. Show Secretaries must forward the completed result cards, together with appropriate fee to the Oughterard show secretary within 5 days of holding the qualifying class.
  2. The Oughterard Show in consultation with the sponsor reserve the right to amend the rules as may be necessary.

It is envisaged that this competition will continue to give new impetus to Irish Draught breeding and encourage farmers to produce quality Irish Draught stock on western farms

Entry Fee to qualifying show €10, to final €20

Prizes 1st 375, Cup & Galway Crystal Vase, 2nd 225, 3rd 170, 4th 100, 5th 75, 6th 50,

All other finalists will also receive a piece of Galway Crystal,

A prize will be presented for Combination of Best Turned out Foal and most Suitably Dressed Handler.

Final: Oughterard Show Sunday 25th August 2019.  All enquiries to show office 0861517289

Class 45 R.I.D or Appendix mare, 3 year old and over with or without foal at foot.  For Johnny Duffy Perpetual Challenge Cup

Class 46 Irish Draught Mare and Foal Class 1 or 2 with ID Foal at foot by Class 1 or 2 ID Stallion, to be judged as a unit 50/50.  Sponsored by Eoin Flynn, Gorteen Acre Veterinary Clinic.

Class 47 Mare without foal at foot For Michael Casey Perpetual Challenge Cup

Class 48 Qualifier

The Irish Shows Association & Leitrim Irish Draught Breeders Present: The Leitrim Irish Draught Breeders Championship. Sponsored by: Horse Sport Ireland & Leitrim Irish Draught Horse Breeders Association

Rules and conditions:

  1. Entries are confined to Irish Draught Mares with ID foal at foot, mares must be registered in the Irish Horse Register with the breed codes ID, Mares&
  2. Foals be sired by a stallion that is classified as Class 1/Class 2/RID (GB)/Grade2 (GB)
  3. Mares must have both sire and dam recorded on their passport and have an Irish Draught foal at foot, to be judged as a unit. Foals must be led at all times
  4. One Mare and Foal may qualify from each show.
  5. Exhibitors to both the qualifier & Final must have their Mares passport available for inspection prior to entry to judging ring. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to immediate
  6. Passports & [Microchips If applicable] should be read by a vet at the final
  7. One of the Judges at the Qualifying Show must be from the I. D. H Judges
  8. Animals qualified for Final are not eligible to enter any other class at Mohill Show other than qualifying classes for other ISA finals.

 Prizes:

1st €500 and The Central Motors Perpetual Trophy presented by Mr Patsy Walpole

2nd €300, 3rd €260, 4th €150, 5th €100, 6th €100, 7th and upwards will receive €80 on appearance at final.

Entry fee: To qualifying show €10. To final €20

Final Mohill Show Sunday 18th August 2019

Champion Irish Draught of the show sash picked from winners of classes 40-48 excluding Qualifiers.

RING THREE – (2.30 pm)

COLOURED STOCK SECTION

Prize Fund €80 Entry fee €10

Class 49 Three year old and upwards Piebalds and skewbalds

Class 50 Coloured Pony under 148cm

Class 51 Coloured Cob

Champion coloured Horse of Athenry Show – Sash from winners of classes 49- 51 Inclusive.

Class 52 Registered Kerry Bog Pony Class 1 and Class 2

Class 53 Kerry Bog Pony any age.

RING FOUR – (10. 00 am)

PONY SECTION

Lead Rein Entry fee €5 & Prizes in kind for classes 54-56 inclusive

Prize Fund €50. Entry Fee €10 in other classes

PLEASE NOTE: In the interest of safety all ponies attending the show must be haltered and led at all times by competent handlers over 16 yrs old.

Class 54 Open Show Hunter Lead Rein. Ponies 123cm and under, Rider under 8 years on 1st January 2019

Class 55 Family Pony Lead Rein. Pony mare or gelding not exceeding 138cms. Rider under 10 years on 1st January 2019

Class 56 County Galway Hunt Pony Club Lead Rein. Pony mare or Gelding 4 year old and over to be ridden by a child that is a member of the County Galway Hunt Branch or the Irish Pony Club. To be judged on the rider and Pony as a suitable combination or pony club activities

Class 57 Ridden Show Pony 128cms to 148cm to be ridden by child of the correct age on 1st January 2019 for size of pony.

Class 58 Ridden Registered Connemara pony 4 years old and over to be ridden by rider under 16 on 1st January 2019

Class 59 Ridden Registered Connemara pony 4 years old and over to be ridden by rider over 16 on 1st January 2019

Class 60 Intermediate Show Hunter Pony 158cms Open and Novice Rider under 25 years on 1st January 2019

Class 61 Intermediate Show Hunter Pony Open and Novice 153cms, Ponies, mares or geldings, 4 years old and over exceeding 143 cms and not exceeding 153 cm’s. Rider under 20 years on 1st January 2019 for Damien Quinn Memorial Perpetual Challenge Cup

Class 62 Intermediate Show Hunter Pony Open and Novice 143cm, Ponies, mares or geldings, 4 year old and over, exceeding 133 cms and not exceeding 143 cms. Rider under 25 years on 1st January 2019

Class 63 Open & Novice 133 cms, Show Hunter Pony Class for ponies, mares or geldings, 4 year old and over exceeding 123 cms and not exceeding 133 cms.

Rider under 14 years on 1st January 2019 Champion Show Hunter Pony – Classes 61, 62, 63 Incl

Class 64 Shown In-hand Pony not exceeding 128cms, filly or gelding.

Class 65 Shown In-hand Pony not exceeding 138cms. filly or gelding.

Class 66 Shown In-hand Pony not exceeding 148cms. filly or gelding.

Class 67 Best Irish Broodmare with foal at foot by an Irish Stallion.

Class 68 Best Foal class Colt/Filly

Class 69 Young handlers, Handler must be aged 8-13 yrs.

Class 69 [a] Young handlers, Handler must be aged 13-17 yrs.

RING FIVE (10. 30 am)

WORKING HUNTER PONIES.

To be run under IPS rules. Prize Fund: €50; Entry fee: €10.

Class 70 Open & Novice 133cms working hunter pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Rider under 14 years on 1st January 2019. Novice Ponies to jump first.

Class 71 Open & Novice 143cms working hunter pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over exceeding 133cms but not exceeding 143cms. Rider under 17 years on 1st January 2019.  Novice Ponies to jump first.

Class 72 Open & Novice 153cms working hunter pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.

Rider under 20 years on 1st January 2019. Novice Ponies to jump first.

Class 73 Open working hunter lead rein pony not exceeding 123cms.

Rider under 8 years on 1st of January 2019

Class 74 Open Cradle stakes working hunter pony not exceeding 123cms.   Rider under 11 years on 1st of January 2019

Champion Mini pony for Monsignor Mooney Perpetual Challenge Cup from 1st and 2nd in classes 54 ,73, 74 inclusive

Class 75 Open starter stakes working hunter pony not exceeding 133cms. Rider under 12 years on 1st January 2019

Class 76 Pony Club Working Hunter – mare or gelding, 4 years old and over exceeding – must be member of any Branch of Irish Pony Club – Members to D+ standards to jump first – 75cm all others – 90cm

Class 77  Working hunter class for 4-5 year old Connemara mare, gelding or stallion –75 cm

Class 78 Working Hunter for registered Connemara pony 4 years old and over to be ridden by rider over 16 on January 1st 2019

Class 79 –

Class 80 Open & Novice 158cms working hunter pony, mare or gelding, 4 years old and over.  Rider under 25 years on 1st January 2019.   Novice Ponies to jump first.

Class 81 Ridden Connemara Championship from 1st and 2nd prize winners in Classes 58, 59, 78, 79.

Power’s Quarry 35th

Ridden Registered Connemara Performance Pony Championship Final.

Kindly sponsored by Michael Power Co. Ltd, Killaloe, Rosscahill, Co. Galway & Galway Irish Crystal

Rules for Powers Quarry 2019

  1. Qualifying rounds will be held at designated shows.
  2. Ponies 4 years old and over are eligible.
  3. More than one pony in each qualifying class may be selected to compete in the final provided the judges agree that the standard is high enough and may qualify a second pony.
  4. Judge of the day must sign the qualifying entry form(s)
  5. Pony and / or Rider once qualified are not eligible to participate in subsequent qualifiers in the same category. This rule may be waived by the Show Committee in exceptional circumstances e.g. sale of a pony or injury of rider prior to the final.  Permission from the Oughterard Show Committee must be granted prior to any previously qualified pony or rider competing in subsequent qualifying rounds. Failure to do so will result in the entry not being accepted.
  6. On completion of judging at qualifiers the successful qualifier will be given all relevant entry documentation by the ring steward. This must be completed and returned, along with the appropriate fee, to the secretary of Oughterard Show within 7 days – this rule will be strictly adhered to.
  7. Ponies must be registered in a main Connemara Studbook. The Passport of each pony must be presented prior to judging at the qualifying show and on the day of the final.
  8. The rider must be 16 years and over 01/01/19.
  9. Jumping over rustic/ natural fences will be part of the qualifying rounds and final.  Qualifying rounds require a minimum of 4 fences. Jumps at qualifiers should not exceed 90cm in height and 90cm in width. Entrants from shows who do not adhere to this rule will not be accepted.  
  10. The Final requires a minimum of 5 fences which will include a double. Fences must not exceed 1m in height and 1m in width.
  11. Ponies to be ridden in a Plain Snaffle, Pelham or Double Bridle. Boots are allowed for the jumping phase only and must be removed prior to the in-hand or Flat Sections. A running martingale is permitted in qualifiers and in the Final but spurs are prohibited. The same tack must be used in both phases.  
  12. A performance judge must be used at qualifying shows.
  13. Ponies will be judged on type, Confirmation, Jumping technique, way of going and action in-hand.
  14. Random Dope testing may be carried out on the day of the final.
  15. Any objection must be lodged in writing with the show secretary within half an hour following the completion of the competition, together with €50 which is refundable if the objection is upheld.
  16. Oughterard Show Committee, in consultation with the sponsor, reserves the right to amend the rules as may be deemed necessary.

* It is strongly advised by the Oughterard Show Society that all competitors should wear a body protector.

* Qualifying Rosettes will be presented at the Final.
Entry Fee to Final: €25, Entry Fee at qualifying show €10
Prizes Fund to be announced later.
All other finalists will receive a rosette on appearance in the final.

Supreme Champion:
The Cannonball Cup will be presented to the Supreme Champion. A Trophy will be presented to the breeder of the Supreme Champion.
Marking: Phase 1 – Jumping
5 fences (one is a double) marked 0-10 for each fence. Points will also be awarded for way of going 0- 20
Penalties
1st Refusal -15
2nd Refusal: -20
3rd Refusal: Elimination
Each Fence Knocked: -10
Phase 2 – Flat-Ridden and In-Hand
FlatRidden will include a short freestyle show incorporating walk, trot, canter, change of rein and gallop and will be judged as follows:
Pony’s Manners and Performance: 0-10
Rider’s ability: 0-10
Overall Impression: 0-10
InHand will be judged as follows: Confirmation: 0-10
Type: 0-5
Movement: 0-10
Note: In the event of a tie at the conclusion of judging, the combination awarded the highest points in Phase 1 will be deemed the winner. If there is still a tie, the combination with the highest points in Phase 2 Flat Ridden will be deemed the winner.
FINAL Oughterard Show Sunday 25th August 2019
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All inquiries to Mary O’Keeffe

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phone: +353 87 278 5819