Saturday 25th July 2020

A fun show for young, novice and nervous riders/horses/ponies

First Aid in Attendance | Refreshments Available | All entries payable on the day in the secretary’s tent (No entries in advance)

Ring 1- Showing 

Ridden or in hand (Classes will be split if sufficient entries). Classes will commence at 10.00am, Rosettes to 6th place.            

Entry fee £7

The following classes can be entered either ridden or in-hand.

Class 1 – Coloured horse or pony (Skewbald, Piebald, Dun, Palomino, Appaloosa).

Class 2 – Mountain and Moorland.

Class 3 – Veteran horse or pony (15 years and over) VHPRC qualifier.

Class 4 – Family horse or pony.

Class 5 – Most handsome gelding.

Class 6 – Prettiest mare.

Class 7 – Fancy dress (Must be wearing hard hats when mounted).

Class 8 –  Horse or pony the judge would like to take home.

Ring 2- Single Phase Show Jumping

Classes to commence at 10am Rosettes 1st – 6th.

Entry fee £7

Single Phase Competition – to be run over a course of 12 fences, timed section from jumps 7- 12 full list of rules available from the entries desk.

Class 9 – Pole on the ground jumping.

Class 10 – Approximate height of jumps 30cm (Riders at this height may be led).

Class 11 – Approximate height of jumps 40cm.

Class 12 – Approximate height of jumps 50cm.

Class 13 – Approximate height of jumps 60cm.

Class 14 – Approximate height of jumps 70cm.

Clear Round Jumping

Rosettes to all clear rounds £3.00 per round. 

Clear round will start after the completion of class 13.

Ring 3 – Handy Pony

Commencing at 10am, Rosettes to all.

£3.00 per round

Conditions of Entry

  1. Fairfield Farm College, its staff and students accept no responsibility or liability for any accidents, loss, damage or injury to any person, vehicle or animal.
  2. All persons enter the show field at their own risk.
  3. Fairfield Farm College reserve the right to vary the order of events, cancel a class, alter prizes or decline entry
  4. The judge’s decision is final
  5. Objections should be made in writing and handed to the officials within half an hour of the event, together with a deposit of £10.00, such deposit being forfeited if Fairfield Farm College decide the objection is not sustained
  6. No money will be refunded unless a veterinary certificate is produced
  7. Rules for showjumping competition available from entries desk
  8. Hard hats must be worn at all times when riders are mounted (including fancy dress)
  9. All dogs must be kept on leads
  10. No persons are to enter the yard, farm or college buildings
  11. No horse is to be ridden faster than a trot outside the rings or practice arena.
  12. All horses entered in ridden classes must be aged 4 years or over on the date of the show
  13. Horses/ponies must not be tied to fences or left unattended tied at trailers/lorries
  14. Please bring own water for horses/ponies/dogs, the college troughs are not to be used for biosecurity reasons
  15. Entries are accepted on the understanding that competitors have read and accept these show rules.
  16. It is a condition of entry that competitors or spectators will hold the organisers blameless and indemnify them against any loss, damage or legal proceedings.

 

OUR COLLEGE

Fairfield Farm College is a Specialist College for students with learning disabilities; it is a registered Charity, with residential, day and weekend courses. We are situated in the village of Dilton Marsh in Wiltshire. Our 26-acre farm site includes well-resourced teaching and vocational learning areas, a student common room, conference room, café and a farm shop.

 

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Location

 

FAIRFIELD FARM COLLEGE

43 HIGH STREET

DILTON MARSH

WILTSHIRE 

BA13 4DL

 

Phone & Email

01373 823028

admissions@ffc.ac.uk

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