Led, Show Horse & Rider Competition Rules

Important Information

Freds Pass Show Horse classes are run in accordance with Show Horse Council Australasia rules. For full completion rules please refer to www.showhorsecouncilaust.com.au

Entries & Payments:

Close of entries is Monday 13 May 2019. All entries must be submitted via Nominate: www.nominate.com.au

Entrants not members of NTSHA must pay day membership of $25.00. Class cost is $6 per class for NTSHA members & $8 for non-members.

Insurance Levy:

Equestrian Disclaimer is to be completed by all competitors and forwarded with entries.

Refunds:

Refunds are subject to the production of a Vet or Doctors certificate stating that the horse/rider was suffering a condition that would prevent them from competing. Incorrect entries WILL NOT be refunded and a $20 administration fee will be charged.

Competitors:

All competitors compete at their own risk.

Protest:

Any protest accompanied by a non-refundable fee of $100 must be in writing, and handed to the Ringmaster, within 15 minutes of the incident. Ruling on the protest by the Disputes Committee will be final.

Feed & Watering:

Whilst horses are on the Reserve the feeding and watering of them is the responsibility of the owner/exhibitor.

Health:

All horses must be free from contagious disease. Veterinary inspections may be carried out at any time and horses which, in the opinion of the Veterinarian, show signs of contagious disease, shall, if the organisers so order, be removed from the Reserve by the exhibitor at his/her expense.

Drug Testing & Treatment Rules:

It is the intention of the Drug Testing and Treatment Rules (Show Horse Council Australasia) all horses perform, at the time of competition, without any prohibited or banned substance/s within their system. A treatment sheet is required to be lodged to the NT Show Horse Assoc for any horse that has been administered any treatment, foreign substance, medication, drug, prohibited substance or banned substance, within 30 days of competition.  Swabbing maybe conducted on a random or for cause basis.

Etiquette:

Competitors at all times will display correct manners to judges and officials. Failure to do so will result in exclusion from the remainder of the Show and further action may be taken at the discretion of the organisers.

Equipment:

Saddlery must be in a safe condition to the satisfaction of the organisers, or the competitor will not be allowed to compete

Ill Treatment of Horses:

Ill treatment of horses will not be tolerated and will result in automatic disqualification from further competition.

Times:

Order of events shown in the program is a guide only. It is the responsibility of competitors to ensure they are ready for any event in which they are entering. The organisers reserve the right to vary the order and times of events as they see fit.

Championships:

The second place getters in all classes that qualify for Champion (denoted with *) must stand-by, and the horse/rider that placed second to the horse/rider sashed. Champion will be required for the judging of the Reserve Champion.

Measuring:

All horses entered in classes where height is specified must have a current SHC certificate. All Height certificates must be produced to Marshall on request before entering the Ring.

Attire:

To be in accordance with SHC rules. Suitable attire must be worn by all riders (jackets and plaiting is preferred in Hacking rings). Any handler or rider, who, in the opinion of the organisers, is not properly attired, will not be allowed to compete.

Age of Competitors:

For classes determined by age, age is at the day of competition.

Approved Headgear:

Riders/handlers Under 17 years of age must wear approved headgear to the current Australian (AS/NZ 3838; 1998 or European (EN 1384), or US (ASTNF 1163) standard. Riders 17 years of age and over are also permitted to wear bowlers and top hats.

Led Classes:

Horse’s age as at 1 August. Thoroughbred/ASH/QH/RPSB/Welsh/Arab — Horses entered in these classes MUST have been registered. However, registration does not need to be current or financial. Copy of registration certificate to be included with entries. Only horses that are not eligible for a specific breed class are eligible for the "Any Other Breed " class.

Junior Riders:

Riders/handlers Under 17 years of age are not permitted to wear long boots in rider classes and Smartest on Parade. This includes gaiters and chapettes. Junior Handlers must wear approved headgear in led classes.

Leading Rein:

Pony can n/e 12hh and must be ridden by a child 3yrs and under 8 years on the day of show. Snaffle bridle only (egg butt or rings only). Attendant must fix the leading rein to the noseband; and at all times lead with the rein in the left hand; string or any aid fastened to the saddle to keep the pony's head in position is not permitted; No spurs or whips; Handler may carry a cane (not exceeding 40cm). Rider are not permitted to ride in any “off-lead” classes at this show.

Preliminary Hack, Hunter, Rider Classes:

is one that has not been placed 1st, Champion or Reserve in an Open ridden Hack class/event at any Royal Show or has never been the Winner or Runner Up at the Grand National, any State HOTY Title or has never been the Winner of any HOTY Intermediate or Preliminary Title.

is one that has not been placed 1st, Champion or Reserve in an Open ridden Hack class/event at any Royal Show or has never been the Winner or Runner Up at the Grand National, any State HOTY Title or has never been the Winner of any HOTY Intermediate or Preliminary Title.

First Ridden Pony Classes:

Ponies are not to exceed 14hh, aged three years & over, ridden by a child aged 5yrs & under 12 yrs. A snaffle bit must be used (egg butt or rings only), with a cavesson noseband, a narrow strap may be attached to the front of the saddle. Cane to not exceed 40cm, no spurs permitted.

is one that has not been placed 1st, Champion or Reserve in an Open ridden Hack class/event at any Royal Show or has never been the Winner or Runner Up at the Grand National, any State HOTY Title or has never been the Winner of any HOTY Intermediate or Preliminary Title.

is one that has not been placed 1st, Champion or Reserve in an Open ridden Hack class/event at any Royal Show or has never been the Winner or Runner Up at the Grand National, any State HOTY Title or has never been the Winner of any HOTY Intermediate or Preliminary Title.

Hunter / Hack Classes:

Horses may only compete as either a Hack or Show Hunter NOT BOTH.

Off the Track Thoroughbred:

Horses must have competed in an official trial or started in a race, locally, nationally or internationally to be eligible to compete. Top 3 place getters will be eligible for the final.

 

Entry Checklist:

  • 2019 measurement certificate if entered in classes determined by a height.
    Copy of certificate to be submitted.
  • Insurance disclaimer has been completed, signed and attached to entries.
  • NTSHA Day Membership form(s) have been completed, signed & attached to entries.
  • Relevant registration certificate for breed classes.
  • Evidence of SHC membership and horse registration where required.
  • Freds Pass Show Equestrian Membership purchased from Freds Pass Show Office.

Relevant Links:

  • NT Show Horse Association www.ntshowhorse.com
  • Nominate – To enter classes www.nominate.com.au
  • ntshowhorseassoc@gmail.com
     

    Saturday 18th May 2019 RING 1 - 8AM START Judge:TBA

     

    Saturday 18th May 2019 RING 2 - 8AM START Judge: TBA

    LED EVENTS
    1. Handler under 12 2. Handler 12 and under 17
    3. Handler 17 years and over 4. Best Presented Saddle Pony/Galloway/Horse and Handler
    5. Best Presented Show Hunter Pony/Galloway/Horse and Handler 6. Led Show Hunter Pony 14hh and under*
    7. Led Saddle Pony 14hh and under* 8. Led Hunter Galloway over 14hh and n/e 15hh*
    9. Led Saddle Galloway over 14hh and n/e 15hh* 10. Led Show Hunter Horse over 15hh*
    11. Led Saddle Horse over 15hh *
     

    CHAMPION LED SADDLE HORSE

     

    CHAMPION LED HUNTER

    12. Led Stallion 36 months and over* 13. Led Colt, Filly or gelding under 36 months*
    14. Led Riding Pony Mare or Gelding* 15. Led Australian Stock Horse Mare or Gelding*
    16. Led Arabian/ Part Arabian Mare or Gelding* 17. Led Territory Bred Mare or Gelding*
    18. Led Thoroughbred Mare or Gelding* 19. Led Welsh/ Part Welsh Mare or Gelding*
    20. Led Any Other Breed Mare or Gelding* 21. Led Warmblood Mare or Gelding*
    22. Led Quarter Horse Mare or Gelding* 23. Led Waler Mare or Gelding*
    24. Feature Class, Fashions on the Field
    Champion and Reserve Led Breed
    SUPREME CHAMPION LED EXHIBIT OF SHOW
    *20 minute break after the Supreme Led Event*
    RIDER CLASSES
    25. Smartest on Parade under 12yrs 26. Smartest On Parade 12yrs and under 17yrs
    27. Smartest on Parade 17yrs and over 28. Preliminary Rider  under 12yrs*
    29. Preliminary Rider 12yrs and under 17yrs* - 30. Preliminary Rider over 17yrs*
    31. Open Rider 6yrs and under 9yrs* 32. Open Rider 9yrs and under 12yrs*
    33. Open Rider 12yrs and under 15yrs* 34. Open Rider 15yrs and under 17yrs*
    35. Open Rider 17yrs and under 25yrs* 36. Open Rider 25yrs and over*
    Champion and Reserve Junior Rider under 12yrs
    Champion and Reserve Junior Rider 12yrs and under 17yrs Champion and Reserve Adult Rider 17yrs and over
     

    SUPREME CHAMPION RIDER OF SHOW

    HACK CLASSES SHOW HUNTER CLASSES
    37. Newcomer Saddle Horse, any height 38. Newcomer Show hunter, any height
    39. Leading Rein Show Pony or Hunter Pony 12hh and under 40. Ridden off the Track Thoroughbred
    41. Preliminary Saddle Pony 14hh and Under* 42. Preliminary Show Hunter Pony 14hh and Under*
    43. Preliminary Saddle Galloway over 14hh n/e 15hh* 44. Preliminary Show Hunter Galloway over 14hh n/e 15hh*
    45. Preliminary Saddle Horse over 15hh* 46. Preliminary Show Hunter Horse over 15hh*
    47. Open Saddle Pony n/e 12.2h* 48. Open Show Hunter Pony n/e 12.2 hh*
    49. Open Saddle Pony Hack over 12.2hh n/e 14hh* 50. Open Show Hunter Pony over 12.2 n/e 14hh*
    51. Open Saddle Galloway over 14hh n/e 15hh* 52. Open Show Hunter Galloway over 14hh n/e 15hh*
    53. Open Saddle Hack over 15hh n/e 16hh* 54. Open Show Hunter Horse over 15hh n/e 16hh*
    55. Open Saddle Hack 16hh and over* 56. Open Show Hunter Horse 16hh and over*
    57. Ladies/ Gents Saddle Pony n/e 14hh* 58. Ladies/ Gents Show Hunter Pony n/e 14hh*
    59. Ladies/ Gents Saddle Galloway over 14hh n/e 15hh* 60. Ladies/Gents Show Hunter Galloway over 14hh n/e 15hh*
    61. Ladies/ Gents Saddle Horse over 15hh* 62. Ladies/ Gents Show Hunter Horse over 15hh*
    63. Child's Saddle Pony n/e 14hh* 64. Child's Show Hunter Pony n/e 14hh*
    65. Child's Saddle Galloway over 14hh n/e 15hh* 66. Child's Show Hunter Galloway over 14hh n/e 15hh*
    67. Child's Saddle Hack Over 15hh* 68. Child's Show Hunter Horse Over 15hh*
    69. Working Horse 70. First Ridden Show Pony or Show  Hunter Pony 14hh and under
    ** CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION PONY** ** CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER

    PONY**

    -- CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION GALLOWAY-- -- CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER GALLOWAY--
    ::CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SADDLE HORSE: ::CHAMPION & RESERVE CHAMPION SHOW HUNTER HORSE ::
    SUPREME SADDLE HORSE OF THE SHOW SUPREME HUNTER OF THE SHOW
     

    Saturday 18th May 2019 RING 3 - 10AM START Judge: TBA

    71. Handler under 8
    72. Handler over 8 and under 12
    73. Best presented Rider and Mount under 8yrs (led or unled)
    74. Best presented Rider and Mount under 8 and under 12yrs
    75. Mount -Rider Under 8yrs (led or unled)*
    76. Pleasure Mount Under 8yrs (led or unled)*
    77. Mount - Rider 8yrs under 12yrs *
    78. Pleasure Mount rider 8 and Under 12yrs*
    Champion  Mount Rider Under 12yrs *eligible
    79. Good hands under 8yrs (led or unled)*
    80. Good hands under 8yrs and under 12*
    81. Rider under 8yrs (led or unled)*
    82. Rider under 8yrs and under 12*
    Champion Junior Rider under 10yrs *eligible
    83. Fattest Pony  (led and unled)
    84. Longest Tail (led and unled)
    85. Happiest combination Horse and child ( and parent) (led and unled
    86. Simon says game to finish of the day. (led and unled)
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