Booking Classes

 

The complete schedule is available here Complete Schedule 2018

The rules for the various qualifiers are on the qualifiers page.

Please fill in the section on you and your horse/pony, then choose the classes. The submit button is at the bottom of the page and sorry but with so much spam around, there is a small ‘human’ test in order to be able to submit the form.

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Annual Membership (covers all events in one year)

If you become a member, you are entered into the end of year championships and possibly therefore win some nice trophies. The cost of entering classes is also reduced. For Juniors this goes down from £8 to £5 and for Seniors from £10 to £7

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First Aid

You must pay for one First Aid cover per competitor per event

First Aid

Ring 1 - 9:30am Start


CLASS 1 –THE PETER PAN STAKES

Open to any horse/pony/rider/combination not to have been placed 1st in any DDRC 70cm (2’3”) class in the prior calendar year. If you compete in this class you may compete in classes 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Ring 2. (CTR Rule - The competition is open to all horses/ponies who have not won any notional money BS on the date of the show at which they qualified. Any winnings subsequent to qualifying will not be taken into account). Jumps not to exceed 70cm (2’3”) in the first round. Judged under table A7. Will be split if numbers exceed 15, into the following sections:  a)Horses b)Ponies

Class 1

CLASS 2 – NOVICE JUMPING

Open to any horse/pony/rider/combination not to have been placed 1st in any DDRC 80cm (2 ft 6”) class in the prior calendar year. Horse/ponyrider/combination not to have competed in Class 1 or any class in Ring 2 (with exception of Classes 8, 10 & 12) (CTR Rule - This competition is open to all horses/ponies who have not won more than £50 notional BS on the date of the show at which they qualified. Any winnings subsequent to qualifying will not be taken into account). Jumps not to exceed 80cm (2’6”) in the first round. Judged table A7. Will be split if numbers exceed 15 into the following sections: a)Horses b)Ponies
Class 2

CLASS 3 – SCURRY

Open to any horse/pony/rider/combination.. One round against the clock. Fastest Clear Round wins. Judged on time and faults incurred. Jumps not to exceed 80cm (2’6”).

Class 3

CLASS 4 – INTERMEDIATE

Open to any horse/pony/rider/combination. Horse/pony/rider/combination not to have competed in class 1 or any class in Ring 2 (with exception of Class 10 & 12)Jumps not to exceed 80cm – 90cm (2’6” – 2’9”) in the first round. Judged under two phase ruling. Will be split if numbers exceed 15 into the following sections:         a)Horses b)Ponies

Class 4

CLASS 5 – OPEN – Qualifier for Open Individual

Open to any horse/pony/rider/combination Horse/pony/rider/combination not to have competed in any class in Ring 2 (with exception of Class 10 & 12) or Classes 1 and 2.Jumps to be 90cm – 1m (2’9” – 3’0”) in the first round. Judged under table A7. Will be split if numbers exceed 15 into the following sections:         a)Horses b)Ponies

Class 5

CLASS 6 – TOP SCORE

The jumps are given a value number with the easiest jump having the lowest number and the hardest jump the highest number. Jumps do not have to be jumped in number order and not all jumps need be jumped. Start and finish flags are placed together so they can be passed through from either direction. The idea of this event is to get the highest score (from value number) in the time allowed of 60 secs. Riders make up their own course keeping in mind the ability of their horse you must pass through the flags to start your round. A jump can be scored twice only and any additional times it is jumped is a waste of time. Jumps can be jumped from both directions or the same direction. Any jump knocked down will not get a score and will not be put up again until the round is finished. Normal penalties for knock downs and refusals do not apply in this type of event except for the joker which if knocked down or refused is a negative score. When the judge rings the bell, to signal the end of your round, ride as quickly as possible to pass through the flags - the time between when the bell rings and you pass through the flags will count if there are riders on equal scores. The class will be split between those who have completed ONLY in ring 2 and all of the other riders
Class 6

Ring 2 - 9:30am Start


CLASS 7 – ADULTS BEGINNERS JUMPING

Horse/pony/ rider/combination not to have competed in any class in Ring 1.Riders not to be lead. Jumps approx 50cm (1’6”) in the first round. Jump off against the clock. For competitors aged 18 and over.
Class 7

CLASS 8 – JUNIOR BEGINNERS JUMPING

Horse/pony/ rider/combination not to have competed in any class in Ring 1.Riders not to be lead. Jumps approx 50cm (1’6”) in the first round. Jump off against the clock. For competitors aged 17 and under.

Class 8

CLASS 9 –RIDE & RUN

Open to any horse/pony/ rider/combination.Jumps approx 50cm (1’6”). Competitors jump the course on their pony, then ride to the box in the corner. Dismount and then jump the jumps on foot (running) and complete the course on foot. Whole round is timed and fastest round wins. This class will be split into the following sections:  a) Lead Rein  b) Ridden
Class 9

CLASS 10 – JUMP ON UP

Horse/pony/rider/combination not to have competed in any class in Ring 1, except Classes 1 and 6. Riders not to be on lead. Jumps approx 60cm (2') in the first round. Jump off against the clock. 

Class 10

CLASS 11 – NURSERY STAKES

Horse/pony/rider/combination not to have competed in any class in Ring 1, and may not compete in classes 9 and 10. Riders 12years and under. Jumps approx 40cm (1’3”) in the first round. Jump off against the clock. This class will be split into the following sections:                 a) Lead Rein b) Ridden
Class 11

CLASS 12 – PAIRS

Open to any horse/pony/ rider/combination.Jumps approx 60cm - 70cm (2’0” to 2’3”) Class will be run as a handicap. Ring 1 entrants will jumps 70cm, Ring 2 entries will jump 60cm.This class will split into Ring 1 and Ring 2 entrants if entries exceed 15. Only enter Ring 2 Section if both riders are from Ring 2. All other pairs should be in the Ring 1 Section.If you want to enter the pairs more than once with other team mates, please submit another form. ie save and pay for this one and then enter again with your second team mate

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Class 12

CLASS 13 – DACORUM CHALLENGE CUP

Horse/pony/rider/combination may only have competed in classes 7, 8, 9 and 10 in Ring 2 or in class 1 in Ring 1. Jumps approx 60cm – 70cm (2’0” to 2’3”) in the first round. Will be split into the following age groups:    a) 12 years and under b) 13 years and over. This class will be judged under either Table A7 or two phase ruling depending on the number of entries.
Class 13

RING 3 – 9.00AM START

IN HAND SHOWINGOnce the rope on the showing rings has been fastened, there is STRICTLY no admittance to the ring by any competitors.

CLASS 14 –YOUNG STOCK (IN HAND)

Photocopy of Passport to be presented on request. Any horse/pony: 1,2 or 3 year old. If there are sufficient entries the class will be split into: a)      1 and 2 year olds b)  3 year olds. This will be at the discretion of the judge. Please give age of animal when entering class.
Age of pony:
Class 14

CLASS 15 – MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND (IN HAND) – SMALL BREEDS

Pure bred ponies of any age. Registered and unregistered. Shetlands, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Welsh A and Welsh B.
Class 15

CLASS 16 – MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND (IN HAND) –LARGE BREEDS

Pure bred ponies of any age. Registered and unregistered. New Forest, Fell, Dales, Highland, Connemara, Welsh C and D.
Class 16

CLASS 17 – YOUNG HANDLER

Sponsored in Memory of Yvonne Denchfield Horses or ponies of any age. Will be split into the following: a)  handler 11 years and under    b) handler 12 years to 18 years. Will be judged on the handler’s ability to show the horse/pony to the best advantage and neatness of dress of handler. A rosette will be presented to each competitor in this class.

Note: Only those aged 14 and under are eligible to qualify for CTR Best Child Handler Champ

Note: Only those aged 16 and under are eligible to qualify for Think Pink Championships.

Note: For Sunshine Tour Junior Handler must be 12 or under on 30th September 2018

Class 17

CLASS 18 – PART BRED (IN HAND)

Open to any horse/pony
Class 18

CLASS 19 – VETERANS (IN HAND)

Photocopy of Passport to be presented on request.

Open to any horse/pony over 15 years old (born either in or before 2002).

Sunshine Tour Rule - not to have competed at VHS Regional level or SSADL second rounds

Class 19

CHAMPIONSHIP

OPEN TO ALL 1ST AND 2nd PRIZEWINNERS IN CLASSES 13 TO 19. Champion and Reserve champion to qualify for Think Pink Championships & H.O.P.E Show Championship.This class is FREE for those winners above!

_______________________________________Class 20 will not start before 1pm_______________________________________

CLASS 20 –RIDING HORSE/PONY (IN HAND)

Open to horses or ponies of Riding Horse Type of any age. The animal must be sound and in good condition
Class 20

CLASS 21 – COB (IN HAND)

Horses or ponies of any age.
Class 21

CLASS 22 – FOREIGN BREEDS (IN HAND)

Horses/ponies of any age and height. Registered and Unregistered. The animal must be sound and in good condition. Andalusians, Luzitanos, Lippizaners, Quarter Horses, Saddlbreds, Morgans,Paints, Paso Finos, Knabstruppers, Haflingers, Mustangs, Appaloosas (any other foreign breed that are not warmblood or British breeds, British Natives or ARABS).

Class 22

CLASS 23 –BEST CONDITION (IN HAND)

Horse/pony and rider any age. Will be split into the following: a) Horse/pony stabled or part stabled  b) Horse/pony kept entirely at grass.
Class 23

CLASS 24 – COLOURED & ODD COLOURED (IN HAND)

Open to any Skewbald, Piebald, Appaloosa, Creams, Dun, Palomino, Roans, Spots, Paints. Horse/pony of any age and height.Will be split into the following if more than 15 competitors:  a) Coloured (Skewbald/Piebald)  b) Odd Coloured (All others)
Class 24

CLASS 25 – DRIVING TYPE (IN HAND)

Open to horses or ponies of any age. The animal must be sound and in good condition and suitable for driving.
Class 25

CHAMPIONSHIP

OPEN TO ALL 1ST AND 2nd PRIZEWINNERS IN CLASSES 20 TO 24. Champion and Reserve champion to qualify for Think Pink Championships.This class is FREE for those winners above!

RING FOUR – 9.00AM START

RIDDEN SHOWING

CLASS 26 –BEST TURNED OUT (RIDDEN)

Will be judged on the dress of the rider and the neatness and overall impression of the horse/pony and rider. Lead rein accepted in this class and can qualify for Horseradar CTR Championship.
Class 26

CLASS 27A – Novice Ridden

A walk and trot showing class for novice horses and ponies. All types and sizes. For novice horses and ponies in their first season who have never won a showing class before the date of qualification. This does not include lead reins.
Class 27A

CLASS 27B – Novice Rider

A walk and trot showing class for novice riders. All types and sizes, ages. For novice riders who have not been placed 1st or 2nd in a showing class before 01.01.2016. This does not include lead reins.
Class 27B

CLASS 28 – RIDING HORSE/PONY (RIDDEN)

Open to any horse/pony. Only HORSE Section are qualifiers for CTR Championship – Horses must be 148cm (14.2hh) or above for this section. For Sunshine Tour horses & ponies qualify.
Class 28

CLASS 29 – PART BRED HORSE/PONY (RIDDEN)

Open to any part bred horse/pony of any age.
Class 29

CLASS 30 – RIDING CLUB HORSE OR PONY/PONY CLUB PONY (RIDDEN)

Open to horses and ponies 4 years old and over.

Riding Club Horse - For horses exceeding 153cm (15hh) that make good allrounders for Riding Club activities.

Riding Club Pony - For ponies not exceeding 153cm that make good all rounders for Riding Club activities. Riders exceeding 25 years on 1st Jan 2018. For small adults who ride ponies.

Pony Club - For ponies not exceeding 153cm that make good all rounders for Pony Club activities. For Pony Club Pony, Riders not to have reached their 25 birthday on 1st Jan 2018.

Horses/Ponies can have any suitable bit in this class

For CTR Finals – horses & ponies may be asked to jump a small fence

Class 30

CLASS 31 – COLOURED & ODD COLOURED HORSE/PONY (RIDDEN)

Open to any Skewbald, Piebald, Appaloosa, Creams, Dun, Palomino, Roans, Spots, Paints.

Horse/pony of any age and height. . (Lead reins cannot qualify for CTR Championship).

Will be split into the following if more than 15 competitors:                   a) Coloured (Skewbald/Piebald) b) Odd Coloured (All others)

Class 31

CLASS 32 – COB (RIDDEN) Sponsored by Tina Sambucci

Horses/ponies of any age. Must be over 148cm to qualify for Chiltern Equine Clinic CTR Championship. May be shown hogged, plaited or unplaitedted
Class 32

CHAMPIONSHIP

OPEN TO ALL 1ST AND 2nd PRIZEWINNERS IN CLASSES 26 TO 32. Champion and Reserve champion to qualify for Think Pink Championships & H.O.P.E Show Championship.This class is FREE for those winners above!

______________________________________CLASS 32A WILL NOT START BEFORE 1PM______________________________________

CLASS 33A – FIRST PONY (LEAD REIN)

Sponsored in Memory of Yvonne Denchfield Open to any pony 4 years old and over and not exceeding 13.2hh. Must be in snaffle bridle. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before January 1st 2017. A rosette will be presented to each competitor in this class. Lead rein must be attached to the noseband. CTR Rule – This is open for ponies not exceeding 122cm (12hh). Open to mares and geldings 4 years and over. Children must be 3 years or older but not to have reached their 9th birthday on 1st Jan 2018). (Sunshine Tour Rule - Riders must be 10 or under on 30th September 2018)

Class 33A

CLASS 33B – FIRST PONY (RIDDEN) FIRST PONY M&M (RIDDEN)

Sponsored in Memory of Yvonne Denchfield

Open to any pony 4 years old and over and not exceeding 13.2hh. Must be in snaffle bridle. Riders not to have attained their 12th birthday before January 1st 2017. A rosette will be presented to each competitor in this class. There will be no cantering as a group in this class.(CTR Rule – This is open for ponies not exceeding 128cm (12.2hh). Open to mares and geldings 4 years and over. Children must not have reached their 11th birthday on 1st Jan 2017). (Sunshine Tour Rule – Ponies must be under 148cm)

Class 33B

CLASS 34 – BLEMISHES DON’T COUNT (RIDDEN)

Open to horses or ponies of any age. The animal must be sound and in good condition. Lead rein accepted in this class.
Class 34

CLASS 35 – RIDDEN HUNTER

Open to any horse/pony of any age of Hunter type. Only Horse section qualifies for Horseradar CTR Championship – Horses must be 153cm (15hh) or above for this section.
Class 35

CLASS 36 – MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND (RIDDEN) SMALL BREEDS

Pure-bred ponies of any age. Registered and Unregistered. Shetlands, Dartmoor, Exmoor, Welsh A and Welsh B. Lead rein accepted in this class. Please note you may be asked to trot and canter in this class.Horseradar CTR Qualifiers lead reins cannot qualify.
Class 36

CLASS 37 – MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND (RIDDEN) LARGE BREEDS

Pure-bred ponies of any age. Registered and Unregistered. New Forest, Fell, Dales, Highland, Connemara, Welsh C and D.Horseradar CTR Qualifiers lead reins cannot qualify.
Class 37

CLASS 38 - VETERANS (RIDDEN)

sponsored by The Icknield Veterinary Group

Photocopy of Passport to be presented on request.

Open to any horse/pony over 15 years old (born either in or before 2002). Lead rein accepted in this class. Please note you may be asked to trot and canter in this class.Horseradar CTR Qualifiers lead reins cannot qualify.Sunshine Tour Rule - not to have competed at VHS Regional level or SSADL second rounds
Class 38

CHAMPIONSHIP

OPEN TO ALL 1ST AND 2nd PRIZEWINNERS IN CLASSES 33 TO 38. Champion and Reserve champion to qualify for Think Pink Championships & H.O.P.E Show Championship. This class is FREE for those winners above!

RING SEVEN – 11.00AM START

Dressage entry will be online only and close on the Wednesday before the show date. Late entry/refunds/transfers are not available after the closing date. Times will be emailed out to competitors and published on the website. The dressage classes between April and July inclusive will be qualifiers for Hickstead Sunshine Tour and Equine Grassroots Championships. All shows will be qualifiers for the TC Feeds & Tack Haven CT Rider Summer Dressage Championships

CLASS 39 – Intro A (2008) - Start 11am

Dressage entry will be online only and close on the Wednesday before the show date. Late entry/refunds/transfers are not available after the closing date. Times will be emailed out to competitors and published on the website
Class 39

CLASS 40 – Novice 27 (2007) - start 1pm

Dressage entry will be online only and close on the Wednesday before the show date. Late entry/refunds/transfers are not available after the closing date. Times will be emailed out to competitors and published on the website
Class 40

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